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merchant tailors. WHEELING ADVERTISEMENTS, DRY GOODS, . GROCERIES, &C, HARD WARE. Tuesday, September 7t 1 875. .-.- A'' --T-' XyThe Bank of California has sus pended gold payment. Only a few days ago the Commercial, in a- discussion with the Enquirer, instanced this bank as to what CQ'ild be done by the specie resumptionists. There is a volume of correct political information In this re mark, which says: , "President Ralston says the bank has sufficient assents to meet all liabilities, and no ono will losu anything, but at present there is no coin with which to transact business." "- Want of coin to meet liabilities ? California is the great coin producing State. . It has steadily refused to adopt tut? Kict;uija;ii manual u. ih iitis maue gold a uniform measure of values Now we eee the result. It has plenty of as sets it mvs, yet because of its not hav ing a sufficient quintlty of coin to meet the liabilities . it has been forced into bankruptcy. This is the old story. This U the hard money theory the promises of some bank to pay in hard money which can never be fulfilled. If there is any State in the country that is prepared to resume specie payments it is California As we have said, gold there has always been the standard. Forty million dollars a year are produ ced from its mines. It is an immense agricultural State ; one of the largest wueat-growing and fl iur-manufacturing States in the Union. It is a great wine exporting and vegetable State. It not only lives within itself,but has a balance of trade largely in its favor; yet its great bank can not pay specie to meet its dptita. And ia nhliorpri f-.ii nnanpnri , - - -i-. This showa how absurd would be the attempt to maintain specie paj merits in the Atlantic States, where we ' have no feuch' gold facilities as California has, and where in every respect we would be at a disadvantage with heir in seeking to "maintain coin payments. We. cannot as a Nation pay in coin. An attempt to iuiiucuiitbci y uu uicaua diiiji.ii v ua I inn al ViarttrrntM rtv an1 rn I n "V Tnn tfrai. lice savs we wi I nave ft warm winter, and he knows, jou know. -"Good enong h in some respects, a. - i - i rr i . m but was -nr BTnna nn in nor rsn nnrr.nrrni. the eulogy on a Nevada man. They have got to calling Old. Proba bilities names, and one newspaper dis respectfully refers to him as "Old Per haps." ' : -'. ; : . ' '.' lne saying lijat 'reforms never go backward aoe3 nut hold true of ladies .fashions, as witness the change from the noop-sKiris to me pm-oacK Y. - i : . j i ,, , i . J. i is esuwaitu uv a weii-Knuwu nam rai philosopher that the average man will be fourteen years about getting aronnd to screw, that loose knob on the bureau drawer. , . .. Experiments with boiled linseed oil and hard wood shavings' show sponta neons combustion after exposure in t draught ten hours at a temperature of When a Pennsylvania larmer sold his farm to an oil company he went to town the day he got bis cash, and bought his - fTiio nu-iiiiuuicu uvaui vtuiuua pins and twenty-five clothes .lines. He said iie d had growling and jawing enough about that house. JIere is the way they mustered Colo , nel Baker out of the Regular Army the Other day : "Half Pay Lieutenant-Col- . -1 J TiJ. t- 1 -1 l T- uuei nuu urevcii vuionei v aienune ua ker, half pay, late Tenth Hussars, lias been -removed from the army, Her Maj esty having no further occasion for his 'services. Dated 2d August, 1875." A late decision in London has crea ted a considerable sensation among the Clergy of. that city. The decision is to ' the effect that no minister of the Church of England can occupy a pulpit, admin ister or receive the communion, or join in any acts of worship, in any non-con- nim!ofa aanf n e)iif nSf Knnt a aIao tI s 'lation of ecclesiastical law. :.,:Spnrgeon remarked to one of the American Methodist "preachers, that he bad marked with profound satisfaction the success of that Church in laboring 'irith arid for the masses, but feared they wer not now doing as much in that dl reclion'as formeilv. 'I fear,' said the ereat preacher, "like the Wesleyans in England, you are getting to be a bit too respectable." As if to show -that evrv branch of the pub'ic service is infected with cor ; inption, a big steal has lately unearthed at .Washington where it w'as least ex pected, in the Quartermaster's DeDart- ment of. the Marine Corps. The spe cine charge against Quariermastor Slack is that a large amount of material for clothing was issned to the cutters, and only so mucn nccountea lor as was turned Into his department made up. The deficit is a latge one, and the steal is of the most unblushing character. ) -Such are the legal concessions to wo men in Ohio that a widow, after a con ; Uact to marry, may, unbeknown to the: men, convey away her property in trust for bet son, may bring him with het imply-hardcd self upon her . husband lor support, may put oipon ner uusDana debts she contracted before marriage for her wedding outfit, and then, if she takes a rotion to leave him, may de ecend upon his liouao with a constable and a writ of replevin and strip it ol tlie furniture.' So says the Cincinnati Gazette. The Southern j Mirnals are pnblisLing the following Extract from a rrcenl speech of a carpet bagger in Mississip pi : "Ct lored Republicans : It is not necessary for me to speak to-night. j You, all know me. I'm a good man I'm the icbt man in the field. I've al ways been 60. Why ! Didn't I show :my feejinps for your race when, having .a white wifp, and she didn't suit me. rot me a Hack woman 7 And she has two children and they are mine, and I love her best of the two to day.' Sar, now,.if I am not a good Republican ?" In the recent death of Admiral Ex--'celmane, in Franco,, a curious coinci 'dence'is notrd. . His father was .Ma. E'',.lmsns, a great cavalry : soldier ,4jf the Fiiht Empire, and most famous for a woiidrrful charge cf horse at liocipier.coiu t He was in the saddle n tlie 10.li of Julv, 1852, was thrown Tnthc riad and killed. O.i the 22 I of July. 1S75, his fon's mind ran strangely on that event He talked about it all day. In the eveninj he rode out, was -lhi-own,a:nd k:l!ed in the same manner. ,,,,.The now John the HaplUt is the Rev .Samnrl:. Wagner, col ircd, of Virginia iOty, Nev, Lsst Sunday evening he met a erowd coming from a foot-race, and teiziBg a gona1, lushed ouf, exclaiming: w,Bate'8 divine worship this ivening :i t o'clock. ' Hear jet" hear, ye!'- Ye's liCfn upon (lis coast for years, follerrd "ter ; vanities ana vycr sidp, an never iiraycd a prat cr since y come bar : and 'jer knows veiy wll yrr soul nra in tlan- : per, dat yer never kin he saved until yer 'nbbrnpl ajja'n, for what did Nickadcnius 1875 SPRING & SUMMER! CHARLES LAUENSTEIN, MERCHANT TAII.OK, AND DEALER 19 Gentlemcn'sFurnishingGoods. On Eist side of Public Square. Two dcors North of J udkins' Drug Store. "WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WOULD respectfully inform the citixens Of Woodsfteld.and the pnblio generally; that he does a first class Tailoring Business, and will keep on hand stook of a carefully selected Cloths. Casimere & Testing. And is prepared to make clothing in the latest styles. Also, will cat oat suits, for persons ho desire to hare them made elsewhere, may 20,1873. CHARLES LADKNSTEIN. I Mill III I'' ' I HOTELS. MO KB 0E HOUSE, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. -GEO. BCRKMART, Proprietor, rpns very bent accommodations for loard J. ers and the traveling pblio can be found at this house, Also, excellent stabling fa cilities, Opposite D, Nenhatta residence on Sycamore 8treet,east side of town-inall,75mC. THE UNION HOUSE, (5ofA end of Public Square, -WOODSFIELD, OHIO. SIMON DORR, .; -r -i : : Proprietor. THIS house baa been thoroughly repaired recently, and the Proprietor informs the traveling pnblio. that he is prepared to afford accommodations of the best,. The table will be supplied with the best the market affords; the rooms and bedding' are kept clean and comfortable; stabling in good order, and the traveler is assured that his horses will receive good oare. Traveling Agents will be furnish ed with sample rooms, . une23,'74fl NATIONAL MOTEL, MAIN STREET, : BARNES VILLE, OHIO. R. E. Frasler, t t 1 1 t Proprietor. Thit is the Best Hotel in Barnesvilte. GUESTS will Snd tha best accommodation at this Hotel, and no. pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning fo Woodafield. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times. - July 1,1873 t Legal Notice. ELIJATTMcMAHON, who resides out of the State of Ohio, will take notice that on the 30th day of July. 1875, John N. Genin, as Executor of Thomns H Genin, deceased, riled a petition in the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, the object and prayer of which hi to revive a judg ment rendered in said court at the May term thereof for 18G9,in favor of said John N. Genin as such Executor, and against John McMahon and Elijah McMahon. on which there is a bal ance due of f 4Go 40 and interest at 10 per cent per annum from April 17, 1870. ' The said judgment has become dormant; you are required' to appear in said action on the 20th day of September, 1875, or in default thereof plaintiff will ask for an order revivingaaid judg ment at the term of said court next after stid dsy. HOLLI3TER & OKEY, aug3,75w6. Att'ys for plaintiff ; Road Notice. "VfOTICE is hereby given that a petition will 1 be presented to the Commisnioners of Mon roe county, Ohio, at their September session. 1875, praying for an alteration of the road leadinir from the Stafford road to the Lewis- villeroad; naid alteration to commence on the ridge at the gate of George Dcnbow; thence ent on or near the line of the lundg of George Denbow and G W Farley to the lands of bolo- mon ShecVel, thence eastward to the lands of James Millijran; i thence eastward down the run to his present outlet; thence along said outlet a northeasterly course to the' lands of J. B. Williams: thence on or near the line of said Williams and Milliiran to the old road; also Dravinir for the vacation of the old road be tween the above named point - augl0,7uw5. . A iXlll iUiS JCtt. Legal Notice. ' ; "T1CH0LA.S LTJDWIG and Catharine Lnd- li wig his wife, of the State of West Vii gin'n, wjll take notice that on the 10th day of ugu.t, ls), Peter Dorr, filed a petition in the oourt of common pleas of Monroe connty. Ohio, njfainst them and Jacob Ludwig', axking for a judgment against Nicholas Ludwig for $IG3 40 and interest at 8 per cent from April 6 1874, on promissory note, Hnd for a decree foreclosing a mortgage given on lot number fourteen in Miltonsburg, in said eounty, to se cure said claim and for an order to sell said remises to pay said claim.: You are reqnired to answer t-aid petition bv tho 9th day of Octo ber, 1875. HOLLISTER & OKEY. augl7,73w6. ' Att'ys for plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. John N. Genio, Ex'r, vs. ' Samuel H. Petty et ux. BY virtue of an order of sale to me direct ed Sroin the oourt of common pleas of Monroe oounty, Ohio. I will offer for sale at the front door of the court house,iu the town of Woodsfield, between the ' hurs of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock -p. m., on Saturdny,lheUh day of September 4875, the following described real estate situate in .Monroe connty, Ohio, to vrit: ...... The northeast quarter of the southeast quar ter, and the northwest quarter of the ooutheaxt quarter of cection thirteen, in township" three of - range fire, .Marietta District, eontniuing eighty acres, except about three acrei iold to Simun Whitney, itu described in a deed of John T,ni.e ?wd V gaid Wh.-tny nd now oc- cupitd by wiid Tcvty and wife. Appraised al $1,463. T. O. LITTLK, aiKHV755. Sheriff M. C. O. llOLLlcTEB & OKEr, Alt'jS. ' 1875. EE'S Ilornbrook's Block, 1133 Main street, betwee 11th and 12th, Wheeling, W, Va. THIS isthe only Gallery In the city that makes first-class Photographs at $2 per dozen Also, a large 4-4 Photograph for 8x10 frame, only $1. A Large Stock cof Albums, Frames, Views,&c. One dozen beautiful Photographs, new style, only $1, ang31,'T5T. G. W. FRANZHEIM, IMPOnTEB OF Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, ASD DEALERS IS Choice Whiskies & Catawha Wine. 1133 ivc!a.k,e:et ST., aug31,!75in5. Wheeling, West Va L. RHEINSTR03I & CO., STRAW & FAN Y GOODS. No. 1158 Main Street, WHEELING, mall,'75m6. WEST VA. WM. H. HSSXEOAN JAMBS JSO. . BKTSOLDS IIEXKGE, RATES & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .Americati&ForeiguWatches JEWELRY, ' Solid Silver and Hated Ware, CloeJcs, Watch Makers' Tools, Materials, die No. 1 1 34 Main street, Wheeling, West Va. Wholesale Store, 220 W. Baltimore street, ang31,'75m6.. . ,. Baltimore, Md, J. H. BTAIXMAS. . .T. C. MOFFAT. . J. II. STALLMAN & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, And Dealers in Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,! No. 27 Twelfth street, Wheeling, W. Va. apr20,'75T. ST, JAMES HOTEL, WHEELING, WEST VA. The First , . Class Ilolel of., the, City. N OMNIBUS connects with the street cars the east end of the Suspension Bridge, carrying gnests to the St. James and back, free of charge. , Special attention given to Commercial Travelers. . . v " ; - Ji J. ROBERTS, Snpt: , Reillt, Sntdeb & Hobbs, Proprietors. -apr20,'75T. . v 0 A R R O L L & B R 0 i TO: MARBLE WORKERS, 6, 8 & 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W, Va. Monuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotch Granite Mon uments. Also, have made arrangements with a firm in Scotland to furnish Monuments of Scotch Granite. apr20,'75r; Donaldson, Lewis & Co., Successors to Wheeling Wagon and Carriage Co., Manufacturers of all kinds of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. EXPRESS WAGONS, Market street, (2 doors above Post ; office.) ' WHEELING, WEST VA..L ; Fonr of the prinoipal members o'f the old firm having purchased' the carriage depart. ment of the old oompany, will carry it on, in all its branches, as heretofore. - The reputa tion which the old firm has gained for build ing first class work will be. maintained. The wood department will be nnder tbe eharge of W. S. Donaldson.the painting under Wm. Little, the smithwork nnder Wash Lewis,and that, of the finishing nnder C. Ahl, all Of whom have the reputation of being first-class workmen..' : . , '. "i Soliciting a continuation of the patronage heretofore extended to the old .firm, we hope by a strict attention to business and the turning out of first-class work to merit a continuation of the 'same.' We guarantee our prices as low as any other house for the same class of work. "" DONALDSON. LEWIS &COi aug31,'75m6. Ifyouwanta 2STICB ' Long French swi rcn Or CURL, GO TO IF P. Rahman 112:JUunsL 1 Ounce Hair Coronet. ......$ Hair CoroDei 2 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 1 Long Hair Switch Long Hair Switch.... ...... i. i i 41 It Long Hair Switch Long Hair Switch Long Hair Switch.... .' Long nair Switch Long Hair Switch... Extra Large Switch Bunch Curls..-. Two Curls Two Long Hair Curls .. 1 .. 1 Other articles and Hair Goods In tion." Come one and all .and you propor will be suited.' - Jet anil Cheap Jewelry. Pleaching and Presssing dene to order and at short notice; All orders by mail promptly attended to.- Knclose prioe with sample. Ad iress, W. P. BACIIMAN. 1 123 Main areel. Wheeling, West Va. ' au3l,'75m, I. I MILLINERY, J if 6TBA GOODS, j I"r I Notions, Trimminqs,&c. i : I 'i . 1123 Main st, iUI Whfleli-:-g- Wegt h h BEY. W. B. SIMPSON. .L. B0OE SIMPSON & IIOGE, WHOLESALE DEALERS III Dry Goods and Notions, No. 35 Mai n St. & 32 South St., Opposite B. 4 0. R. R. Depot, apr20,'75T. Wheeling, West Va c. p. nno w i. Dealer in all kinds of AMERICAS & FOREICS WAKHES, JE WELR Y & S1L VLR WAR E, No. 61 (Washington Hall,) 12th street, Wheeling. W. Va. Watche9.Clocks& Jewelry Repaired apr20,'75T. DEALER lit PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WHITE AND RED LEAD, French and American Zine,Mineral and Mixed Paints, Turpentine, Varnishes,Stish, Doors,dx. No. 1223 Main street, pr20,'75T, ... :l Wheeling, West Va, 0. ED. MENDEL.. , . CB AWF0RD BOOTH G. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO., r " DEALBB8 IV Carpets, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Lace; Curtains, Bedding, Looking Glasses, &c.t AND GENERAL UNDERTAKERS i Warerooms No. 1124 Main street, Wheel. I ': Ing. West Va, :. apr20,'75T. :. 'I ' ' : " ' ' ,u ,':.:, STEAMERS. For the Cincinnati Exposition. STEAM E ANDES. Captain CH AS. MUHLEMAN. Will leave Wheeling for CiniinnaU. Tuesdays September 7, 14, 21, 28, and October 5. at 3 p m.; Bellaire at 6 p. m., on arrival of trains from Uolumbns and iittsbnrght Sunnsh at 9 p. m. arriving at Cincinnati Thursday noon. Be turning leaves Cincinnati Fridays at 5 p. m Fare for the round trip ten dollars. aug27w6. WheellDg,Parkersl)urg & Cinclnnal TRANSPORTATION CO'S PACKETS Cms.' H. BooTH.JPres. Johh Mdlbibb, Sec Conner, J. Habbisov, Mast, ' Express, Phil AssbdtS. Mast. MallieBagon, J. W. WoLiAHsov, Vast. Codbier leaves. Wheeling for Parkersburg every- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 o'clock a. m. Returning, leaves Parkers burg every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 o'clock a. m. ExrBBsa leaves Wheeling for Parkersburg every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'olock a. m. Returning, leaves Parkersburg every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6 o'olock a. m. Malms Ragos leaves Wheeling for Pitts burgh every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day,' at 7 o'clock a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 1 2 o'clock, m. - C. H. BOOTH & CO., Agents, apr20,'75T. - - Wheeling, West Va. - fi : r f : i t ; x MILLINERY. MILLINERY GOODS. I have just received a nice etock of lffafs, ; lSouuets, ' Collars, liadfcs' Aeoktics, Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles connect ed with a Millinery Establishment. Hats and Bonnets Trimmed in the Latest Styles. . straw uoods bleached and made up. I am determined to Bell cheaper than any .other establishment in Woodsfield, or in the coun ty. . , Place of business west of the Court House Call and examine my stock. May 20, 1873. MARY A. GUTHRRIB. Notice in Partition. 4 MELIA OBLLNGER. widow of A. Obling xV er, deceased, and Martin L. Slusher, her Guardian; Maria Poggenberg, Louis P. Obling nr, John W. Oblinger, J. D. Stauver and Eliza beth Stanve'r his wife, Emily Oblinger, J. M. BUhop and Sarah Bishop hia wife, George V. Litle and I". E. . Little, widow and heirs at law of A. Oblinger, deo'd, will take notice that on the 17th day of Auguft,1875,IIenry A. Oblinger filed a petition in the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, demanding partition of the following real estate in said county, to wit: The northeast quarter of the northeast quar ter of -section five, township six and range six, containing forty acres, more or less; that at the next term of said court an order will be asked for the assignment of dower and for partition of said premises, according to the prayer -of said petition. HOLLISTER & OKEY, - uug24,'7.'iwC.' '- AU'jb for petitioner. THOMAS BOTH WELL'S ESTATE. ; NOTICE Is bercbv given that the Mibscribcrs hve boentipp. kited Administrators on the estate of Thomas Both well, lute of Monroe county. d.Vd. " J .OHN -M. TWIN EM. aug'll.TiWX GEORGE W. BOTUWELL is I A D -:o: g n e f iff. (UUJ ill WE HAVE DETERMINED TO CLOSE IG in GOODS, consisting of a full line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Qucensware. Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Notions,&c. In facta Full Line of everything asaally kept in a retail store, and improve this opportunity to get GOODS AT Y01 As they trill be sold for less money than in the county. ap27,'7. RING TAYLOR fc BELLAIRE, OHIO, Announce to the people of Woodsfield and and well selected stock of BEY 00BS, 3T O T I O UT Bought in New York under the They say without fear of competition that Goods at the lowest of prices. GTood heavy Ticks 10c to 15c. Best 4-4 Bleached Muslins, 120. Beautiful Stripe Shawls, $1 50 , ,j Figured all Wool Carpets,' 75c. ' " BlaCk AlpaCCaS from 25C t8 $1 12 1-2, that defy competition anywhere. HALL AND STAIR CARPETS. FLOOR OIL CLOTIIS, WINDOW SHADES Full Stock of AT T ' ( " v" ' ' ;' llEW J-IIESS VJOODSj in New Shades and Styles. Ladies Silk Ties and Neckware, in great variety. These goods will be sold for CASH. AND WE GUARANTEE TO GIVE . than any house apr20,'75. Ii. E. Unrivaled and Superior Inducements IN QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICES, IN , & 0 OB 8 ! A T F. 1) I EH L & CO'S. Consisting in part of Dry . Ladies Linen Suits, Boots, Shoes, Hats Queens ware, Urooeries, Kiah, so., so. A SPLENDID LINE OF CARPETS! And OIL CLOTHS, Bought in the Eastern market at tbe lowest Cash. Price which are to be sold very low to cash and Our IQotlo: Short profits and Goods before purchasing elsewhere, We in this plaoe. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1'rodlice of all kinds, at the highest market price, taken in exchange for Good?, With many thanks for past favors, we hope to merit the future patronage of the pbUV ' . F. DIEHL&CO., aDrl3,'75m3. Three story Brick Building, Woodsfield, Ohio. STEAM & WATERJIlll FOR SALE. THE undersigned offer their steam and wa ter mill, four miles east of Woodsfield on Snnfisb Cr9ek,for saleTogether with forty aores of laud. The mill has two of the BEST .FRENCH - BURRS, Is in thorough repair, and in a good neigh borhood; not another steam mill within ten miles of it: There is a good, accessible vein of coal on the premises. Terms will be moderate. " We would take a small farm in part pay. . F. & X. KOEULER. junel 6,'7-l tf. ... . , Important From WestVa. ANT person desiring to move to West Vir ginia, on or near the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad or the Little Kanawha River, (now improved with locks and dams,) can, by Bend ing name and post-offiue address to the under signed, receive by the earliest mail, a pamphlet descriptive of Parkersburg and the Little Ka nawha Valley and adjacent country, advantages-, rrospocls and resources. 8 CYRUS HALL, ParkerHburjr, Wood County, West Virgibia. ajn'G,75m-l. THIS! A T OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Come in yptt can huy them for at any other place KETTEREK M0KK1S. O 37 1 O -7 3 ! ARMSTRONG, violnity, that they have Just opened a large e&EPBTS, most favorable circumstances. they are prepared to supply you with . . , . , , , . Best Choice Prints 8c. BETTER GOODS FOR THE MONEY in Eastern Ohio. , : TAYLOR & ARMSTRONG, ' 234 Water street. W. Goods, Fancv Goods, Notions, and Caps,Ready Made Clothing, Hardware SIP n PM CIS prompt paying customers. quick returns. Call and seo our Line have by far the Largest Stock of Goods BLACKSMITH. B LA C K SMI T H And Wagon Maker Shop. I HAVE reoently erected a new shop on the street on the west side of town, near the graveyaid, where I am prepared to IRON W -A- G- O IT S , Manufacture wagons to order, shoe horses, and attend to all business in the , Blachsmithing and Wayon Making Line, at short notice. .Thankful to the pnblio for past patronage, I solicit a continuance of the sauo. une2,74r. WM. J. CARTER. k.. 3P M I Xm lu JEHl, f; DISTBICT ; AGjsHT,' Mutual life Insurance Company. Office over City Bakery South of Conrt House. . WOODSFIELD, OHIO.. : ' All communications trill receive prompt at tention. - mchl6,'75T. I'l INB tTBE IN '( . The Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. THE OLDEST, LARGEST .- ' v., .'. ,. AND BEST I SSlRiNCE COMPANY In ., the United States. r Assets orer -i-i j $56,000,000 JERE. "WILLIAMS, A sent, AT THE BANK, Woodsfleld, Ohio. iCall and get Teras. feb25,'73y. TIIU OHIO FARXtERS INSURANCE COMPANY. BOY, OKIO- Cash Assets oyer - - - $700,000. THIS Company has been doing a success ful business for over Twenty-six Years, during which tithe It has prid the Farmers of Ohio It Is at this Mme doing more, bns'inesa In Ohio than any other Company. - v - mm - . W . . . . . a.H I Should , consult their interests, these hard times, by insuring- in this Company, , ' Their Rates' Belnc Lower than those of any other now doing business in either connty. - vl ' ' ' The undersigned are the authorised Agents for Monroe and Nome Counties. . .. For Insurance apply to ' . . ( JAMES C. JOHNSTON Malaga, Monroe County, Ohio. and THOMAS O. LITTLE, r Woodsfield, Monioe County, Ohio, June 22, 1875 t. GROCERIES. ' Pi SCHUMACHER, D1ALIR IN GROCERIES OF IL KIMIS 1 NOTIONS Stationery and Books, Hardware, Woodenware, &c. m ui sen you uoous as i.ow as me 11 1 - m Lowest, Opposite Bank. july6,'75T. Woodsfield. Ohio. To the Photographic Gallery, AND GROCERY OBOOBBY Contains tobacco, cigars, candies, nuts, dates. figs, cakes, toys for children, paper collars, canned fruits of all kinds, sardines, ink,black. ing, crackers, smoking tobacco, pipes, paper, envelopes, &., So. , , s BJLCON FOB SALE, ; ' I will pay the highest market price for Bacon. And to those in town wanting good hams, shoulders or sid'js, I will supply, at tbe lowest market rates. Call and examine mv itook. . dec7v. WILLIAM SCHEDFELB. B OOK BINDINp in Every Style, Plain or Full Gilt If Turkey Embossed, by 3 sxjiir.rv-A.3sr as bbown, uiiiuers, liianK uook Maters and Priuters, Z AN ESV ILLE, OHIO. Agents Wanted in every Town and County Blauk Books a Specialty. mali,'75T. Legal Notice. JOSEPH KDNTZ. of the State of, Pennsyl vania, will take notice that on the 22d day of Julv,lf75, B. P. Oblinger, surviving partner of the late firm of Reiner & Oblinger, filed his petition in a civil action in the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, against Joseph Kunli, demanding' $14 50 and interest from October 12, l869,on account for goods sold and delivered; that on said 22d day of July, 1873, an order of attach ment was issued in said action, which was,on the 28th of July, 1875, levied by the Sheriff of said county on the interest of said Joseph Kantz, being the undivided tenth part, sub ject to the ' lite estate of the widow of A. Kantz, deceased, of the following lands in said county, to wit: The southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty two; also the west part of the' southwest quarter of section sixteen, all in ' township six and range six, containing in all eighty aores, more or lessrwhich said order has been returned. The defendant is required to aDSwer said petition by the first Saturday in October, 1875. HOLLISTER & OKEY, angSTSwfi. Att'ys for plaintiff. NICHOLAS. P. LISK'S ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given that the under, signed has been appointed Executor on the estate of Nicholas P. Lisk. late of Mon , roe connty, deceased. ' ' " auB3,!753 - JASPER LISK. BAflDMli. : ' m n it n i i i, !:'; r V.: -2 ff . aOXlT.J.'T' 33 3R. M S .It. .K .4 :?. IBEd leave to say to the citizens of Mdfl' - roe county that I wM-feeep humi mni for sale, at the Lowbst Cash Pbicis, a fine1 assortment of ; . Trci if - Pocket and "Table CMIeTj Fnrnltnre Trimtninirsi tfoffln frihlminKs: Me chanics' . Tools, Farmers' ImplettentA 9bbe- makere'KiU, .iifw:lt'l NORWAY XAILOWU, Garden Seeds. Brashes of all kinds, Nallaimd spiKes, locks and Latches, Bells of aU,.k'ed W1JDUW GLASS OF ALJi. SIZES Picture Glass, Glass cut all shapes aja4s5e, Floor Oil Cloths, Lampshades . Hows, Plow Wings, Plow Points of -all M Rakes, Forks, Shovels Hoes, . CLOTHES WBIITO . Boring Machines. 'Aflgers. Brsoes and Bltu. Gimblets. Chisels, Hatchets', BamiherSj draw ing amrea, cenca ocrews, .; r.-nori nauh PLANES OF ALL KI&DS Bolts of all sites, Monkey Wredches, Screw and Butts of all sites, Coffee MilUnfeira, Saw nuuioB mua. caw oexs, Kat ana House Traps, WeU Backets; and la fact evervttlril 4nUl kept in a first class Hardwire Store.) hv,nh: . J. T- JUDKINS Sowtheast corner Pirblie. 8qmii. Pn:.;,;. " .-il--1 III CONSTITUTIONAL' 1I:"C2 DMEWT. Senate Joint '-BesliltlOflj Rttivk 'to ' o niAM WAl&tU - nf nnit,,; iV,. T 7 ...... . .. Judiciary. Besotted, ' Bv the General Asttn$l&lf A State of Ohio, (three-fifths. of tb? 0ebars electet to each Honse agreeing thereto,) that it be and Is hereby proposed to he elecr of this Stale to vote, at the next annual 0- tober election, npon the'1 approf a! 'or fcjee tion of the .following - am endment,, 4 addi tional section to Article four' of, the Consti tution of the 8Uteof, Ohio, to wit:' ' J"' Seo tion S2. . A commission," which, jhall consist of five members, shall bV appointed i by the Governor, with the eliloe sent of the Senate, . the members ,of f hiefc shall hold office for the. term of three years from and after ,the first dar. of-.Fabwarv. 1876, to dispose of such part of the bustbeas then on the dockets of tbe istpretne' Cecrt as shall, by arrangment between- aa eena mission and said court, be transferred, te such commission; andaid commission shail have like jurisdiction and power., JnTept to such business as are or. may be vested Im said court; and he members of said oommft sion shall receive a like compensation;- itr the time being, with the judges of said, poari. A majority of the members, ot-said corasaia sion shall be necessary to form ,a ojtrraj-i or pronounce a decision, and its decision shall be certified, entered and enforced as the Jmdg ments of the Supreme Court, and at Ibe wz piration of the term of said oommiasion, 11 business nndisposwd of, shall by it ' b MttU -fied to the Supreme Court and. disposed-f aa if said commission, bad never, existed, "Tke clerk and reporter of said conrt shall be' tbe clerk and reporter of said looirimiasjos; the commission shall have suoh other attea dants, not ezoeeding in number those prevl. ded by law for said court, which attendanta- I . . .( . saia commission may appoint and' remove at its pleasure. "Any vacancy AoonrrrDg1aai4 commission shall be filled by; appointineii ef vne uoTerucr, wun me aavice ana consent er the Senate, if the Senate be' in' Session; 7 ai if the Senate be 0t in session. ' by the Governor, but in such last ease.snehappJlaU ment shall expire at the end of tie Bqx See- sion of tee General Assembly.. . The General Assembly may, on application of the; Su preme Court, duly entered on the jetfrnal ef the court and certified, 'provide-by law. whenever two-thirds of such i eaclJ'JTjBUS shall concur thereiu, from time to, time. fr the appointment in like manner of a like commission with .like powers. 'luriadloUos ' and dnties; provided, that the terw ;f "a such commission shall not exceed two yean. nor shall it be created oftener than -eawe la ' ten years. If this amendment shall be dp ted by a majority 0T the electors of the State of Ohio, voting at the next election beltaa for the election of Senators and, Representa tives, it shall beoome. section twenty-two ef the fourth Article of the Constitution, of, the State of Ohio. " " J At such election the voters desiring toteie in favor of the Adoption of this amendaaa shall place upon their ballots the words, "FOR THE COMMISSION.' . The voters who do not favor the 4eptien of such amendment, shall plaoe npon their ballots the words, . v -'utu J "AGAINST THE COMMISSION." . MILTON McC0T Speaker pro tern, of the House of Bepresen- uuves. ,ii, ALPHONSO HART, President of the Senata. Adopted March 30, 1675 aprfi.Sua&'oTj Senate Joint ResolutiQiiJ.,J Proposing an A mendment to the Conttihfr tion of the-intateof vhw. Resetted, Bv Via ) General Aemll!)'rfK Hit Sttite of Ohio.- That an nmprwi input to the Cafe stitution of the State of Ohio be proposed lk the following words, to wit: Notwitkstandiag the provisions of the seoond section ol-tbu Article, the General Assembly , shaU nay power to -provide by law, for the assessment " of a special tax on dogs without regard t value, and to provide fvr the conaseaiioi im killing of snoh animals upen failure or refa -sal of .the owner, keeper or harborer thereef to pay sach speoial.tax. If this amendmea to the Constitution of tbe State of Ohio shall be adopted by a majority of the electors -af the btute of Ohio, voting at the next eleeuoa ' holden for tbeelection.ot Senators and Rep Tesentatives. shall beoome seotion seven, ef . the twelfth Article of the Constitution t. the State of Ohio. At such election the vo ters desiring to vote in . favor of said amend. n 1. -11 1. ... 1 . - J . V . ballots the words, ''For amendment ' taxing Dogs;'" those desiring td '-rote against ;th amendment the words, 'Against ameBdoaent taxing Dogs." .... .. ..., . ;j v, GEO. L. CONVERSE,. peaker of the House of Representatives. --: ALPHONSO HAli; i ,r- . ' ' . ' President of. the SeaateH i Adopted March 29, 1875 apr0,75niS , : ' i a , Koad .'Notice NOTICE ia hereby 'given that a petiOoB- wUl be presented to tho Co xumissionpra. et Monroe connty,' Ohio, at their1 September -seek gion, praying for an alteration' of the BeeU. villo and Woodsfield road, beginning at or, neajr a gate on the lull between Sunfisb.' aad SUftfli ing Stone run; thencqa westerly course to meat Holmes' house; thence a northerly course, er sing the new bridge across Sunnsh Creek; 3ad intersecting the old road at. the moat suitabf point. , ... v '. Also, beginning at the lower end of Benje min Coatee' bottom field, in the road leadlajr an j and down the creek; thence down the ereek. along tne bill side on the tinrth' side thereof and intersecting the ojd roadpsoeitt tkefn) ent fording below the bridge. ''', julj20,'75w5. A PETITIOWfcftL'