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MERCHANT Tailors. J DRUG STORES. WHEELING ADVERTISEMENTS, !' Mm:. AD HIS itL . ,!!? Taeaday, October 10, 1875 , f ,M.OT TO BE. . . , . Iff 1 H . .-'j The rose Mid: "Let but this long rain be past, And I shall feel my sweetness in the sun, And pour its fullness into life at last;" , But when, the tula was done, But when dawn sparkled through unclouded ': She was Sot there. ' .' ' ' The lark said; "Let but winter be away, And iloesdma oorae, and light,' and I will Ana tost the earth, and be toe Toice of day; , But when the snows were o'er, ' Bat when spring broke in bluraetM overhead. The lark was dead. And myriad roses made the garden glow. And aky-Iarka caroled all the summer long ' 'What lack of birds to' sing and flowers to Mow? .' Yet, ah, lost scent, lost song! Poor ewrpty-ro-e. poor lark that never trilled! -l !)De kafulfUled! . M - ' i M"- l)ooaHiTJT8.--One plnttaili, one cup ' cnorteniog, two 01 sugar, one 01 yeast, three eggs, two spoonfuls cinnamon . Ko'da' Cake One half cno butter. one and. ft half cups sugar, tiro cups floor, one half -cap mL'k, three eggs, one half teaspoon soda, one teaspoon cream j ? i .... ' t. ' .GibUzbsxaps Take one tablespoon ful ginger, one of lard, one even of sal" eratus, half pint molasses, half tea-cup water. , Knead aqft, roll .tjwa and , bake lnqnk ?en-' '.'; ii'Ji ; StLTcs Cau One cup butter, two Cipa sugar, three cups flour, one cup milk, the, whites of three eggs, one half tenwanajaodft, one teaepuonrui cream C00K1E8 -One te(ic& half lard and kalf hnrtar. Ann nf thirb- (renin, twn nf 1 - . . ... V agin on wnee-tiip'tiuz, oae neaping teafuJL rterariBS1 jwo1 cream tr drUkU..!.'' -i-v- '. Pork Cake. One poaa'df pork, chop ped veqr Qne; two cups sugar, one cup imk -aifc nanf' IMA . fuitin1 I Ill II W , MUU . 1UJ,. ,ff MCI, VUQ JVUHU main, chopped not very fiiq; one, tea poonnr or cloves, - one nutmeg, one tepspoonful sods. If it ia iced it . will toeraotner.tfine.; " ' . :. Dsaste Hscfi as many crackers as may be 'eaJred in saucers and cover with boiling water.'- When all the water It absorbed cover with thick cream and sugar ; then place , a spoonM of jellj in the center of each, and season with nut Begs. No nicer dessert can be desired jpift-OTwV pounds raisins; one and, a. half pounds currants ; three qaartferibf a'poond citron; 'six ounces better ;l half pound ogar; three eggs; hT ptrif mUkTlairgill brandy ; email cud molasseS : laree teasooonful of soda. one and a half pounds of Sour; spice to please the taste, ; 'Lxxbv Rick Fcddiwj Boil, four ta blespoonfuls of, rice . till softened ; one quart 6f milk sweetened' to. taste; a : si j. . n wm amji piece 01 ouuer.. w nen neany - cool add the beaten yolks of four eggs, and one teaspoonful of lemon extract; put in Che oven ; when nearly done beat the whites to a froth ; add four spoon fuls of white sugar; pour over' the top ab3 Irown if; to "be eaten "cold. Very nice. .CcKqqAitcTjCAKK f Two cups sugar; half cup butter; cup sweet milk ;' three and ft half cups flour ; two eggs ; two tftspoqnfwl8 cream tarter ; one teaspoon 101 01 soaa, put in ine,mutp,..6ur tue cream tarter in the flour; then stir alto ntfor without beating the cees. ? For ' frosting use the whites of two egzs Hake? the cake in six thin layers, putlirg rrosung ana cocobddI between. T 'I . i '. i J. 7The almost hhmarked grave of Edgar Allen Poe, author of "The Ra Yeo,ivai opened ja Baltimore a few darseo; to lay the foundation for the monument, about to be erected by his admirers. At a depth of five feet the coffin was found, in good preservation after taring there nearly 26 years. ; The lid was removed and the skeleton was seen, almost in perfect condition, and lying with, the lone, bony bands repos ing one upon the other, as they had been arraafe& 1 :eath ?i.The rsknlt lxre narks of greater drcsv, the teeth from the Wppr jaw having become dislodged, batttiose in the lower jaw were all in 4loe, and some little liair "was1 clinging near the forehead. Beyond what has Heft described nothing was to 'be seen A correspondent hns sent the Times a ? mall pece of the effln, almost crum- vung in necay The New Yoik Herald notices the fact that in the hundred wars eince 1775 there have been but six "Popes; There could scarcely be more, seeing (hat Pio If ono has monopolized such a large por cmotpe, century. l M f ;:; JJt IW Wlf-reoeTttty-madaf the tnoy ant power of a leaf of the water lilv known as the Victoria Regisi in the Bo taniciuaraen at lihent.. .Bricks were . heaped over the entire area, and before It wa submerged in the water, a weight of J61 pohnd8 was floated, ' Mrs. Tilton and Mrs. Morse are liv Ing together in Brooklyn. '-A party' of rrrmrnnnpeorile lately paw them a vis it, aod presented them with a purse of 400. All the children but one (Alice bave gone to MrTilton. . y .The Foreign Mission treasury of the tlresbTterian Chuacu is at r sent 838, 100 and by next A pril will l-e $68,000 abort, urless hilp comes largely and promptiyj 'The nceipU have fallen off vreatlr, o that the Mieeion B6ard has 'ardly been able to Supitly the losef1 bv Heath Ar removal in the mission field Tbe.receipts for. 1875 will reach onlj f 78,000, agaiofct, 9108,000 in 1873. - Old Commodore Vanderbilt will drticklrfwlitti b readB the dedicatory arldress nt Dr. Deem at the inaugura "Ron" "of Vanderbilt University. " ,lCor udins, tbyayef is anHwered," i so touching, so teiidcr, so sublime. This s-a tass fn which prarer has .been ans- wered before it is offered. Vanderbiit iq a praying mood would be a spectacle fo gods and taTX.-Chicojo Tribune. ,. : 7 ' Mons. Thi r, while President, com plaijt d one day of tie pain given his eyes by the rtfliciion of the eun't , bearns." Mons. Mignet said to him : Whv don't vou wear blue glasses V" : He exclaimed: "Chance, the color cf tat apeclacka ! I shall take good care lo do no, such thing. J People would make it a question of State, .and, the conntn' would be txcitf d for at least a oath." . - 1 v ; 1875 SPRING & SUMMER! CHARLES L AUENSTEI N, MEIUIIAST T4IJL0II, ill DBALBB GentleinensFurnisliingGoods. On uit tide f Public Sfnare. ' Two doors North of Jndkins Brag Store. t WOODSFIELID, OHIO. WOULD retpeetfalty Inform the eititens . of Wood8field,and the pnblio generally; that he does a first olass - Tailoring : : Business, and will keep on. hand stook of ........ . a carefully selected I'lothsV Caslmere A Vesting. And is prepared to make clothing In the latest styles. Also, will cat oat salts for persons ho desire to have them made elsewhere. , ; may 20,1873. CHARLES LAUKN3TB1N. HOTELS. MONROE HOUSE, Woodtjieldf Monroe Co.,' OJiio. GEO. BUBKn ART, Proprietor, mHS very Wt accommodations for boar 1 1 era and the traveling pnblio can be fontid at this house. ( Also, excellent , stabling fa- ell Hies, Opposite D, Nenbart's residence on Sycamore street,eas side of town-mall,75mfi. (South end of Pullie" Square,") WOODSPIEtC,' SI9IOX DORR, : ; OHIO. Proprietor. THIS hoase has 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 reoeive good care. Traveling Agents will be furnish ed with sample rooms, - June23,'74T, NATIONAL HOTEL, ? ;- "A ti-.ii.r-f 'i :- v ..7," M.ATN STREET, B A.RN ESVILLE, O H 10 R. E. Frasler, : : t : x Proprietor. This ts the Sett Hotel in Barnetvule, & BESTS will find the beet accommodation at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the,, Hotel every morning fo woodsneld. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, if, ; .. juiyl,m 1 ...BLACKSMITH. B I A C-K 8 M 1 T II And 1 . Wagon Maker Shop. T HATE recently erected a new shop on the 1 street on the west aide of town, near the grave? aid, where I am prepared to Manufacture waeons' to order, shoe horses and attend to all business in the Blacktmilhing and Wayon Making Line, at short notice. Tbankfal to the pnblio for pant patronage, I solicit a continuance of the samo. jnneZ,7r. WH. i. UAKJUti. T FOAMS, A VRAMB, See. & Treat. .a. W. SHBPHARD President. Superintendent Frame Bros. Blauufng' Company 11ANUFACTDKER8 OF FIB6T CLASS Of Every Description. Bainesviile Carnage' Works, We also Wild a fine Platform ' Spring Wagon, which is rapidly going into geu- eralnse. I?. , ;j r, . Cor, Arch and Chnrch 'streets,' ' ' , jnne:5,'75Tj ., ..' Barnesvllle, Ohio Administrator's Sale i 1 I N pnrenanee of an order of the. Probate 1 C Court of Monroe county. Ohio, i will offer for sale on -..x Saturday, theZQthday of October, 1875, at o'clock r. m .upon the premises, the fol lowinir described real estate, situate in the county of iUonroe and State of Ohio, to wit: Lot number tn in the town of LewUville, Appraised at $1,000. , Tbiib or Sals One-third in hand; one third In one year, and one-third in two years front'the day of sale, with . interest; tbe cavmenta to be stenred br inortsase. on the premises sold,- r . . , MICHAkL BUrT, ,., ; , Adm'rof Geo Kestnsr, des'd. ei.2S'75w4. 1875. T.O. CASTL1.. , ..H. B. BBST T. O..CA8T,E ACQ.. DRUGGISTS, Two doors sooth of Q. H, Davenport's store, WOODSFIELD, OHIO, H4TB Just opened a fresh stook of Pure Drugs, Medicines, Paints, OILS, DYE STUFFS, PURE MEDICINAL LIQUORS, Lamps, Fine Soaps, Perfumeries, &c. &o. e are prepared to tell to Physloians at their rates, Pare Drags and Medicines. deol5,74T. : D BUG STORE. -:o: DRUGS, PAINTS, 0IL8, VARNISHES. BRUSHES. DYE STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, riAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1N3 J Drag Store, at the lowest oash prices PURE WWES AND LIQUORS Tpor Medicinal Pnrpo8es,may always be fonnd ' at J. T. J UDKINS'. ' PAINTS,' OF all colors, and in every form, at J. T. JUDKINS'Drng Store. : LINSEED OIL, Tit the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market U 1 rates, at J. T. JUDKINS'Drng Stow. THE BEST COAL OIL TV the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil, X Neat's Foot Oil, ke.t 4o, can be had at J, T. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prioes PURE WHITE LEAD, fY B. Fahnestook's brand, whioh Is so Jnst- J If -celebrated for-Its parity, whiteness and dnrability, is Jast reoeived by J.T. JUD KINS, and will be sold at the lowest cash rate-is. ' . r ; 1 ... r ; ', PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, BXVTt AND C10AR8, ND a variety of other articles belonging r to the Oracgist's trade, aU of whlob will be sold as low as they can be afforded. PHYSICIANS1 PRESCRIPTIONS CABsnnxt Pair abed at all hours of the day and night J. T. JTJDKIN3. sepBT. . ,; ... - ;IS, ., . . .".'Hiiro tv.YfnMN MILLINERY. MILLINERY GOODS. I have just received a nice stock of Had,' : 'V " Bonnets, Collar, : Ladies Aeckties, Eibbons, Flowers, and other articles oonneot- ed with a Millinery SsUbllshment. Hatt and "Bonnett Trimmed in the Latett , . v. Stylet, . , Straw Ooods bleaohed and made ap. I am determined. to sell cheaper than any 'other establishment in Woodsfleld, or, in the coun ty. Place of business west of the Court House Call and examine my stook.- Hay 20, 1873. MARY A. GUTHKKIK. SHERIFFS SALE The Monroe County Bank - ; k- - VS. --- Ezra Coen et ux. B fYvirta! of an order of sale to me directed from the court of common pleas or Men- roe county, Ohio. I will offer for sale, at the front; door f, the court house In the town of .Woodsfleld, between the hears of 10. o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m- on Saturday, theZdlh day of Qctoler, 1875, the following described treat estate, situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: ' ' BejnnnWet the northwest corner of section thirty-one, township three of range four; thence sonth twenty degrees west eighteen perches to the road; thence twenty-seven aecrrees east fifteen and a half perches and eleven links west, north forty-five and a fourtti degrees cast eleven ptrches and four links in section thirty two; thence north forty degrees east three per ches; thence north forty-two degrees east twelve and a half perches, with red oak eighteen in ches in diameter; north fifty-four and a half decrees west six and a half links to a white oak fifteen inches in diameter south fifty-one and a half degreed west six links; three and three- fourth deirrees east twenty perches and ntteen links to white oak fifteen inches in diameter; thence north foerteen and a half .degrees east eiirhteen perches and fifteen links to beech three inohes over, thence one and a fourth de grees east eighteen perches and eight links to white oak twenty-four inches diameter; thence north twenty-nine and a half degrees west forty-three perches and twenty-three links to a stake 'at run; thence north six degrees west twelve perches; thence north ten and a half de irrees est sixteen perches and twenty units; thence west one perch to seotion line; thence south with section line one hundred and sixty nine and a half perches twelve' and a half links to beginning; containing sixteen and a half acres more or letw. ' ,- '; - i , Appraised at $373. , . .. . T. O. LITTLE, , sep28,'75w5. " ' , Sheriff M,.C. O. - OoLLisraa & Oaav, Att'ys. Notice in Partition. A MELIA OBLINGER. widow of A Obling. r er, deceased, and Martin L. Slnsher, her Guardian: Maria PoirsrenbwriT. Louis P. Oblinir- er. John "W. Oblingef; J. D Btanvcr and Eliza beth Stauver his wife, Emily Oblinger, J. M Bifhop and Sarah Bishop his Wife, George W Little and E. E. Little, widow and heirs at law of A. Oblinger, dee'd, will take notice that on the 17th day of August, 1875,Henry A. Oblinger hied a petition In ihe court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, demanding partition of the following real estate in faid county, to wit: The northeast quarter of the northeast quar ter of section five, township six and range six, containing forty acres, more or lese; that at the next term of said court an.order will be asked JFor the assignment of dower and for partition of eull premi.es, acoording to the 'prayer' of said petition. HOLLISTER & OKEY, aug24,7!w6 j , Att'j s for petitioner. Important From West Ta, (;";. i . . . . 4 NT person desiring to more to West Vir 1. ginia, on or near the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad or the Little EZunawha River, (now improved with locks and dams,) can, by send ing name and post-office address to the under signed, receive by the earliest mail, a pamphlet descriptive of Parkersbnrir and the Little Ka nawha Valley and adjacent country, advanta ges, rrospects and resources. ? - CYRUS HALL, Parkersbiirfr, Wood County,, West Virgkjia. apr6,75;n4. HALL'S GALL E It Y , , (Late Robinson's formerly Patrtidge's,) 1113 Main street, West side, Wheeling, West Va. Best and the Cheapest Photographsj Of a!T sizes and styles.' Card size from 82 FRAMES, ALBMS, STEREOSCOPES, Hornbrook's Block.. 1133 Main street, THIS is the only Gallery in the oity that makes first-olass Photographs at $2 per dozen Also, a large 4-4 Photograph for 8xl0 frame, only $1.; A Large Stock of Views, &c. angSltTfir. One dozen beautiful FALL. 1875. THO: HUGHES A CO., MBRGHilRTT ... Cor. 12th and Water streets, Wheeling, West Ya., Have now received their nnnsnally Large Stock of Cloths, Cassimercs and Testing, Suitable for Fall and Winter wear. With ence, ana a corps of Skilled Workmen, we Workmanship m our garments, and can rirmviaBs jcsiaousnmeDi mine country. rUUb. HUiiHJiS dt CO. WHITE SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. oot5,75n)3. L. RHEINSTROM fit CO., STRAW & FAN Y GOODS. 2To. 1158 Main Street, WHEELING, mall,'75m6. WEST VA. WV. H. RBSSBOAX ....JAHB8 O. BATES. ,VQ, D. BSTKOLDa I1EN1VBGE1V, lTATECO., ; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in American &ForeigiiWatehes JEWEL BY, Solid BUner and Plated Ware, Clocks, Watch Maheri Tools, Materials, dx Ro. U34 Main street, Wheeling, West Ya. Wholesale Store, 220 W. Baltimore street, ang31,'75m5. r Baltimore, Md t. H. ST ALU AS. ...T. C. H0PFAT. J. H. STALLMAN & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, And Dealers in Gentlemen's Fttrnishing Goods, -: : -f i ! m - '- : . No. J7 Twelfth street, Wheeling, W. Va. aprZO.ST. ST, JAMES HOTEL. WHEELING, WEST TA. The " First Class Hotel of the City. A".. N OMNIBUS conneots with the street oars the east end of the Suspension Bridge, oarrying guests to the St. James and back, free of charge. Special attention given to Commercial Travelers'. '' " " v " . . v; .-r :. j, j, ROBERTS, 8upt. Rbillt, Sstdbb & Hobbs. Proprietors. : v: apr20,'75T. Vbabk Stabtob..... .J. R. Davbbpobt STANTON DAVENPORT, . (Successors to Stanton Bros.) NOlllillU iSTAHOSP, Novels, Blank Books, all styles Writing Pa per and Envelopes, Plain and Figured, Books by the different celebrated au thors, Toy Books, Ink Stands, Pens and Pen Holders,Diaries, Pock et Books, Base Balls.Opera Glasses, Pen Knives. Jvb.44 Twelfth ttreett, Wheeling, W. Va. octB,'75T. - Ifyouwanta NICE Long French HAIR SWITCH OrCURUi GOTO - TF P.Bttchmnn 1123 Main st. 1 Ounce Hair Coronet 2 . : Hair Coronet,.... 75 2 00 2 " Long Hair 6 wit oh... 1 1 1 2 26 Long Hair Switch.......... Long Hair Switoh Long Hair Switch Long Hair Switch SO 41 M 75 00 2 25 Long Uair BwHoh... 2 $0 3,00 S 50 1,00 1 00 Long Balr Switch.'.... Kxtra Large Switch Bunch Carls....'. Two Curls . Two Long Hair Cnrls .. 1 CO be Other articles and Hair Goods in tion. Come one and all' and yon suited. - Jet and Cheap Jewelry. QBleaching and Presssing dene to order and at short notice: AH orders by mail promptly attended to. Enclose price with sample. Address, W. P. BACHMAN, H23 Main fitreet, Wheeling, West Va. I " DKALEK IN ' I , MILLINERY, : j pill STB A W1"" GOODS, J J. Notions, Trimmings &c. I Vif- 1123 Main st, :J Wheeling. WegVay Others in proportion oot5,75T &o. aetwoe 11th and 12th, Wheeling, W: Ta. Albums, Frames, Photographs, new style, only SI, WINTER. TAILORS, Eastern Cutters of 4Taste and Expert can guarantee Stvle, Fit and Good compete successfully in Prices with anv G. W, FBAITZHEIM, ' IMPORTER OF Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, AHD DBiLEBS I If Choice Whiskies & Catawha Wine. 1183 MABKET ST., ang31,'75m6. Wheeling, West Ta TT. B-BIMPSOI..... t. hoob. SIMPSON & IIOOG, WHOLESALE SBAXBBS IB" r Dry Goods and Moiis, So. 33 Main St. & 32 South St., Opposite B. & O. R. K. Depot, ' ' apr20,7 Br. Wheeling, West Va- C. P. BBOWI. Dealer in all kinds of: JEWELRY & SILVER WARE, No. 51 (Washington Hall,) l?th street, Wheeling. W. Va. Watchk8,Clock8& Jewilry Bipairxd apr20,75T.- ; Wm. IT. ROBISSOX. BBALBS IB ''; PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WHITE AND BED LEAD, . French and American Ztnc,3tineral and Mixed Paints, Turpentine, Varnithes,8ath, Doors,dte. No. 1223 Slain street, pr20,'75T. ' Wheeling, West Va, O. ED: MENDEL.. .CBAWFOBO BOOTH G. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO. DBALBB8 IV Carpets, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains, Bedding, Looking Glasses, &c. AND GENERAL UNDERTAKERS. Warerooms No. 1 124 Main street, Wheel ing. W.est Va, apr20,'76T. C A RR 0 B R 0 MARBLE WORKERS, 8, 84 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W, Va. Monuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotcli Granite Mon uments. , Also, have made arrangements' with a firm in Scotland to famish Monuments of Bootch Granite. apiiO.ST: Donaldson, Lewis ,& Co. Successors' to Wheeling Wagon and Carriage Co., Manufacturers of all kinds of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. EXPRESS WAGONS, &fj. . Market street, (2 doors above Post office.) WHEELING, WEST VA. Fonr of the principal members of the old firm having purchased the carriage depart, ment of the old company, 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 the charge of W. R. Donaldson,the paintiDg nnder Wm. Little, the smith work nnder Wash Lewis.and that, of the finishing under C. Ahl, all of whom bave the reputation of being first-class workmen. Soli siting a continnation 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 continnation of the same. We guarantee our prices as low as any other house for the same olass of work. DONALDSON." LEWIS &C0. ang31,'75m6. to S3 per dozen. L L; & J .t 1, LiieA'; WH'OiLBSALE and RETAIL SOLE AGENTS FOR . , ' w. ' . : - ' . t - Steinway Pianos. Knabe Chickerinsr Hazelton I Emerson . ! t Fischer SMITH iiierican ans. Ill I V. .' - i". s. I Mason &? Hamlin Estey Wood s. Organs.' . AND OTHER !; , !( First-class Pianos and Organs. Pianos from $300 0 $1,600, Organs from $100 to' it:.; SOLD,, LEASED AND RENTED On the most Liberal Terms, on Mohthlt or -Qoabtbblt payments. - Old Pianos and Organs taken in exchange for new ones; -SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS, GUITAR CTfTXTr0 l- ..! 1 .1 V Illustrated Catalogue sent FREE on applU eatlon.' Address: l. .VL J-,: i i.'j VI'., 17 1- ;i I ADAMS & LUCAS, I J v'c,.. Oil I :i 1227 Market St, Wheclinjc, W,T. : ! . ; . ii. : Mi-i'i ' ,i ' : : v ; J V .T : ;il .... .. Liberal Discounts made to Churches and Sunday-schools. - QSTIood seoond hand Pianos and Organs, in good order, constantly on hand, foe sale or rent.' ' ' - ' ' PIANOS notioe. OCt'79. MOVED and TONED, on abort .I Wnif IB 0)0 IMijlijIIa JUD KIN E AD! f mvll Ti,' 1 . .. . T BS8, leave- o iaj to the 'dftltens f 1: roe oonntyi that I wUt keep ofti hand and for sale, at the Lowest Cash Pbicbs,' a fine assortment o,f . r.:.: and Pocket Table Cutlery, Furniture Tr4rIttgifv- Collin frimTRings; Me chanics' Tools, JfarmBrs' Implements, Shoe makers' KIU: .... IfOBWAf NAIfi'ltODS, Garden Seeds, Brushes of all "kinds. Nails and Spikes, Locks and latches, Bells of all k'nds, WINDOW. GLASS OF. ALL SIZES Flctnre GUs, Glass cat all shapes and.sises, rioori'ii viotns, Lamp Shades, Plows, Plow -Wingi'plow Points of all kinds.' Rakes, rors,BJKvls Hoes," - CLOT BS 8- OT tl T "ft O TEH Boring Machines, - Angers. JBraees and Bltts. Gimblets. Chisels, Hatohets, Hammers, Draw. ug Knives, Bench Screws, . . ,w PLANES Of AL'LtKINDS Bolts of sflIzes, Monkey Wrenches, Sorewi and Bntts of all slaes, Coffee Mflls, Saws, Baw Handles andl Saw Sets, Bat and: Mouse Traps, Well Buckets; and in fact everything nsnaliy lepi in a arst class Hardware Btoro. 1'. J. T JUDKINS,1 Southeast. corner Pnblio Square. .m7t. l J Woodsfleld, Ohio. STEAMERS. ' ' 'Mi? Regular Wheeling- and Cincinnati Steamer. . . . ; .'. .ANDES. T - Chas. MrjHLAB; Captain. S !j' Ed. MrjHLBMAB, Clerk, Leaves -Wheeling every Tuesday at 3 p. m: Leaves Cincinnati;' very Friday 5 p.m. Leaves Bellaire on arrival of 6 . p. m. trains from. East and West. " 'apr20,,75m6'. Wheeling.Parkersburg & Cinciunafj TRANSPORTATION CO'S PACKETS Chas. H. BootH.Tres. " Johh Mclibb, Sec. Courier, S. Habbisob, Mast, . Express, Phil Assarts, Mast MaUieBagon,'' f. ; r J. W- WlLLIAHSOB, MSSt. Codbibb leaves Wheeling' for .Parkersburg everv Tuesday, xnursaay ana csatnraay, at 10 o'clook a. m. . Eeturning, leaves Parkers bnrg every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 o'clock a., m. ,-v ,t.,! ;r - ,;;; :i uc Bxpbbsb leaves Wheeling for Parkersbnrg every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clook a. m. Returning, leaves Parkersbnrg every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6 o'olook a. m. , . ' Mallib Baoob 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 12 o'olook, m. .- C. H. BOOTH 4 CO., Agents, : apr20,'75T. . .. , Wheeling, West Va. 1 ' ' I HI I. . n VALITABLB 1HKI1 lllll H SHE, THE undersigned offer their steam and wa ter mill, fonr miles : east of Woodsfleld on Snnflsh Crsek,for sale, together with forty acres of land. The mill has two of the . ; BEST FRENP,H:.BURRS, Ia in thorough repair, and in a good-neighborhood; not another steam mill . within'ten miles of it. There is a good' accessible Vein of oo'al oh the premises, i Terms will 1m moderate. We woali take asmall farm in part pay.i:.T.,- F. A, IV. KOEnLGR. lnneldtt : A Farm for Sale.- : UUl:..Af.-'t THi V ...:iY I CdNTAIKING 80 Acres of" 'excellent land; about 17 aores of the same ia rwnod?' land; well watered and in good condition; one cottage dwelling with six rooms; a good. barn and but buildings; an orchard of ohoide grafted fruit of the 'standard 't&ristiea. -The above farm is in Tf...; . . , , Sunsbury Township, Monroe X7o. fihi Situated - one-half mile west of 'the town of Beallsville, and known as the farm of the hvte deceased Ephraim Griffith. There is' ho other loos tion more desirable fit "the vicinity of Bealls- vmetbanthia.M ? r :., v -j.- Any person wishing fo purchase wUlcallon A.M. F. McCoMoughxf fiealtsVaie, .o the owner, J.,G. MoUollouch,. of Bellaire, Ohio, when all the information needed will be given. anffl0,75ti JrG, NeCOLLODGH. i f Probate Notice. a; . ACCOUNTS and vouchers have been filed In the .Frobateourt of Monroe Connty, Ohio, for settlement, by the following Execu tors, A(4n)tpl8tratojs ana unardians. s r ! ,' First partial aocqiint of Q. Cehrs, Admlnis tratoc ef Grace, -Braoy. , , First and' final, account of . A. B. CocHran.' Adm'k of Jere." "Jochrafl. , .-.i v SeCOnd - partial aooonnt 1 of Evant' Hanev. Ouardlaa ef Jacob Miller's heirs. . .rt'rn . Third partial account ot L. M, Rodeckec' idm'r witn wilt, annexed of John Wright, Third partial aoeeant of W. R. Kimmins, ttuardtan or irena trow. Any person interested may file written exceptions to saidoooori&or any item there-' of, on Or before the 30th day of Ootober next. when tne same will be finally heard a4 en tinned from day to day until disposed' of, T. i 1 JH JAS. R, MQRRIP, . 4 oct579wS. -, ; r Probata .-Judge, .. - rrt n: . . . SHERIFFS 1 SALE. ' !.";.( r; ; ! ,". " - Ketterer Morris ,. - . ' '!: H annab J.'Tiatt el al. BT. virtne of an order, of sale to. me direct., ed from the court of common pleaa of Monroe county, Ohio, I will' offer fof sale at the front door of the court house.in the town of Woodsfield, between ) the. hours of 10 o'clook sv, m. and, 4 o'olock, p. m., on .. (,,? . Saturday,the lZth day ofNovembqr,-1876, the following described real estate situate In Monroe county, Ohio, to wits The east part of the soui-hjialf of the north east quarter of section thirtaen, township four of range five,' containing eighteen acrts; .also. part of the northwest quarter of jthevduthwest quarter of feotirf seven, 'township four of range nve, contanung twentysfour acres. ; Appraised at f " ( ir .0. LITTLE. : qotl2,'75w5. Sheriff M. C. 6. to 10 Per Day at home. Terms free. Address (J. Stinhoh & Co. .Portland, Maine ; -' feb9,'7Si. rBlarik Deeds, and Moit gages for sale at thir office DI8TBICT AOHBV, Mutual Life 1 Insurance, 'CoiapikyJ ' Office over City Bakery South of Court Hoasty i K i M .A i.-Q woniiagiichTij nnm AU communieatifitwjgnejriTervompt aW tentlon. , mohl6.'75T. M T"ro m tT -ta-'i-sn It tkt f ! ci sr-. u. h cr ,The Mutual Life Jnsnralifce Co. I'- t llr OF NETV YORK, V, i ,T.;iTr .a . THE OLDEST. LARGEST" the1 -United States- Assets orer'-i t t- 56,OC3,G j , ; WseldpMoV iruau ana gei xercm. reDzo.'sy 7 oiiT" THE' OHIO FAnSIEII v ' ' . . , .rt.h j-xt,) pUj INSUBANCErCflMfA Cash Assets OYer. 700,. mihis company bas been doing a snco L fulJ business for 'over l Twenty al3.! h ears, aunng wmea .imf iaaapjjo Farmers of Ohio : . . i; ' $ r:e'i? o W o Ai,,si It is lat;this MnVv4oing 'BvtMluaMJa Ohio than any;ekrerjCo:mpwjr.TO 51j w Tionroe & apoieTsiiiiir. rariper . ; '..' i''1 ' i-eu.iea.i.i" if-jycr';i-rs. Should consult their Interests, these kkro times, by lnsdrfn?fn: this Compny,nii!fcn V ot Their hales Bel nr l-wrw I than those of any 6thernow doing boainess in either county:" ' . -ih. -. The niideTBignedare the anthrid Agents, for Monroetand NoblaCoqnties., rj f.-r,a . ". For Insurance apply to "," '' ' ' JAMES a JOHNSTOIf C8 ... r Malaga, Monroe County, Ohio, y i . i. . , t(aa raoMA8 O. LITTLER .. ' . Woodsfleld, Monroe Coanty, Ohio,-.p-Jnnej2, 1875-T. ... . . , i i fa.rf GROCERIES. t'f (lf ! DEAL1B IK GuOCMiEynit!iiDs;: 3" O T X 50 XT &ZX: Stationery ,an4 BooJif n! Hardware,1 ':W oo3en ttu -Ai. 'i r.: Will sell jou floods ai ivb'W u ii.-iUst.irl'l W'i 1(A t'ehlLtun ( JHifO'j ir-dj o Janfj Opposite Bttn'K.c,,! w sivaT " A Si io1 ') .:-ciIoi ea i T.l hr.n euJn.om To the Ph6tograT)Hc: OaDey, f .;,,; 'j,10 Uu.rti as ?HPB45J8t! TOl G RO CEiRXrs sots a if Contains tobaeeo, efgaT;MfiwZttt,:daii figs, cakes, toys for ehUdrfmpape oolatfaj canned fruits of all kinie jardines, ink.blaek- inf , crackers, amokngjtoaooo, pipef, PPfr ' , . .-.u.r., i-. wia ci via aHntHtT og fit sad .rtoiJosIs BACOir iQB .8ALA .V jaaoy I ., wiH par the highest market ndeeJor Bacon. ' And to' those in town wanting fcVId hams, shoulders or" sid'js, I wilt gupply.ae th lowest matket.jratesn; Call andexamipf -my;. deo7T: us':- torr.T vii iifinrnbii w .V VV AAllUttW WUAAJIU tS JUMN ic bind t'Ta'-iV .. .zio t o. ..I .IL.il HOOK -BINDIN 1 1 in fiveryfityle, itUiiW'ti3iBX 9 TnrkhT 'F.nVwid V. . .. ' . IJ Binders, Blank Book Makers aao f ZANESYILLE,, OHIO. ' . Agents Wanted In every Town and County. ' isiatiK hooks a specialty. ; 11 ..I.-' f,. j5 Legal rif6ticeJ J JOSEPff KTJNTZ of the State of FennsylJ vanla,' will take notioe ' that on the t2d day of Joly, lK75 B. Ft Qblipger. aurrinin partner of tne late Brm of Reiner a Oblfnger, niea nm petition in a eiu aoneninneeewrv of common pleas of Monroe . itonnty, Okio, against Joseph Kunti, .demanding 14 tS and Interest tromOotober 12, l8B9,onaoc6unt for goods sold and delivered; that M saiA S2d day of July, 187T an -order of attach ment was issned in said aetien, wUk wasvon the 28th qf July, 1875, levied by ,the 8hrif or said county on the Interest of said' Joseph Knnts; being' the undlttdediMntS part, Jeet to Ahej-itte ataoksheXrwVwl( Knntsaeoeased, or tne wiiowtng unds In said county, td,(WltVThe" JOuiheaii qArfet of the scntheai fnarter Ceeotien. twenty twe; al80,.,ihe .west jart of the.,aoth.wes quarter of section sixteen, ' all in township.' six and:rangea8ix. 'Cofclktnln " ia all eighty acres, more or less.whlok said erder. kM bfMt returned. The - defendant ia required ' te answer said petition by, the first fy4tdY October; 1875: "" HOLLISTER 'JfOttTJ' angwBI f 'IR Atffys iof 'fiaiacak NICH0LASJ. LtSK'SESTATK.1 jm .u-: -,v.-: NOTICE fa hereby given that the nndesw signed has been appointed Baecuter the estate of Nicholas P. Ltek. late d Ioja4 roe eonttof, deceased. . :' l i '.t ang3,753. JASPto Lift,.' ' In P