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THE. SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY THE' COURIS.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, &C. v i MkRCflANT. TAIEDRS' i .il DRUG STORES. n 'V- Taeadaw, December 10, 1878. TIMES OF HOIDING -THB- - ' Gambling In Old Times. Muv good Americans, who have been wont to look uboa Washington as tbe moat faultless of mankind, and to wbom trembler is the type f one of the low eat orders of sinners, have been surpris ed to leant that in a ledger kept by him, and recently bom to the tivernment by the Lewis family, there i a careful rec ord kept of his winnings at cards and on the turf. Tbe fact is that we have little idea of the great improvement in ordinary so cial customs,' and the difference in man District and Common Pleas Courts -is THg- FBI T as n E E F 8th Judicial District of Ohio. During the Tear 1870 The State of Oliio, Court of Common Muskingum County, ss. J Pleas. Be It remembered that on this 30th aay D. 1878, the Clerk of said ham lust aiuon Hio nrdQDnt rrona ra tirw-i and I Of iClOu!". A. Tahi4 vaalvarl SB A Affairs AMap frrtTri lhl those that have gone before eald Common pieM There u preserved in Philadelphia by f0f Bthe B Bt Jadicial Di8trlct of the Bute the great grandchildrf n or one of the o 0hlo, reading as tollows: signers of the Declaration of Independ v7e, the Judges of the Court of Common cnce. his diarv and that of his eon. Pleas within and for the Eighth Jtdioial These jieuilemen visitei London daring Dlstriot" of the 8tate of OhioHereby1 order thaiHriod when Oeorna Iff win insane and direct that the several terms of the in his palace at Kew, and the Regent 5,l8trio ?ort "d e Conrts. of Common , . . tf-t i i. rv.-i. tt Pleas within and for the several ooanties in ueiu niga caruav. i vu.nvu nu gal4 b d he,4 the The diary givoa us a clearer insight daUl heM,nllfler Mmedf for anddttrfngthe man novels or uisiory imu me rem cud year 1879, to wit: WOOD of I a LB, OHIO My motto is ',' . F A I B D B A It 1 1 Q, with ALL, I solicit' ashare of the pnbllo pat ronage. Particular attention ' paid to the re- pairing of ! ' ' ' Watchet, Vloeki and veto e fry, Watches, Clocks end Jewelry for sals on re sonable terms. Wok Wabbahtbr. - ap23ly. . , , . ; . FRITZ BKKF duct of the routs, assemblies and tea rooms, in which the .fine ladie 01 that Uy delighted. . Gambling was held to lie a perfectly legitimate and honorable1 wav of earning a nving. - Our young American records on one night that be had lost his money by cards,, ant) was ! utterly penniless and friendless in London . He bad not even 'a shilling to pay bis way back to Vir ginia" He indulges in two pages of pious reflections, vowing that he will "betake himself to a ' sober and indas- trious life, and never" touch the accursed ' District Court. ' Belmont coanty, April 8., . Jefferson county, April l5s :" J Harrison county, August 7. r Tuscarawas county, September 1. : 1 Guernsey oounty, September 6. Monroe oounty, September 15. 1 '"J Noble county, September 19. ' ' Morgan poonty, September 24. Muskingum county, September 29. - Courts ol Common Pleas. Muskingum oounty, January 13, April 28 Novembers,. ... . Morgan county, Alarch. II. June 0, Octo ber IS. (: .,. Nobis esnnty, January SO, May 6, October m w4 m ..!n t The nf it morning be writes, .Found one guinea m the pocket of my plnK Guernsey county, February 8, MayST, doublet, for wblcn l tnanKeu iioa, ana November 11. went to my Lady Waldegrave'a where I Belmont county, February 4, Hay 20, No on riO." ' vemberll .In the ernense-bbok kepi by this Monroe county, January 13, April 38, ;0c- young man's mother in Virginia, we find I .o n. LaZ. ha, nnA hSr h ,sh.nd' Jnou esuty,' February 24, Jane 9, De- losses and winnings at cards and horse- Pm MutZ January 27, May 19, races. .' , J -. . 1 1 November S. . : ' , :.. ' ... .The dame must have had a . shrewd Harrison ooanty, January t AprlrtS, Oo. eye for horse-aesb, for sue won on some toberis. t-i . .- --a ....,. lucky days from 100 to 1W. Yet umt ot said Courts shall commence her husband was a leader in the parish at nine o-olock a. m. the several days nam church, and she. we are told, was a most led. . t.- ' ' .,) , ...m.J.rv nn ntnua PhrUHun ladv It Is herein speoifled that the aId several T.im,r ... ,ni.ntlif RPt ont ' not terms of Court of Common Pleas im said nnlv in everv nrivate house but , at all ntles shall be held by said Judgei Lir" , tto .Muskingum., Morgan ICllKlVUV UIOOI4UX9 , 1UUVVUI am www w half a-centurv ago that a Presbyterian Synod in Pennsylvania voted that it should not be permitted at the regular sessions. We may not'be any better in the grain than our grandfathers ; but at least, we art not so hedged about with temptation A Story of" the llouse of Romanoff. I The house of Romanoff, which has filled so Urge a place in European his tory, narrowly escaped extinction in the ery year of its rise, owing its safety en tirely to cne of the very peasants whom U has so often persecuted. After the expulsion from Moscow, in 1812, of the Polish usurper Vladislav, it became nec- essary to elect a new Czar, the line of Rune having ended with Feodor lvano vitch, the son of Ivan, tbe Terrible. ' " The choice felt upon a Russian noble named Michael Feodorovilch Romanoff, who was then at Yaroslavl, in North Russia, with a few attendants-1 The Pol ish King hearing of this, sent a band of men to surprise him - un their, way , thither they halted at the : cottage of a peasant named Ivan Susanin, giving themselves out as foreign soldiers on iheir way to take service with - tbe new Ciar But as one ol- them dismounted, lie happened to stumble, and in his rage uttered a Polish oath, which susanin s quick ear overheard- The peasant in stantly divined their purpose, but could "find no belter way of baffling .it than to offer himself as their guide, while he Secretly dispatched one of hi eons' to twarn the Czar of. the meditated treach ery. Then guiding the ' traitors into a feloomv defile, of which he lone knew J he outlet! lie boldly avowed 'what! he liad done, and fell beneath their swords, flefying them to the last This heroic self saociflee was not made n yaio, , ;Tbe llmely warning enabled the Czar to over 'lake and destroy his intended assassins, ,'ud Susanin a devotion was rewarded 'with the permanent ixemplion of bis family from taxation' and (he erection of n statue to his memory. This statue Is i mil to, be." seen in his native .town fof TKostroma, which, by a singular, coincl faience, was. also the birthplace of the jgieaeant Oistp Komiaarcff, who saved Ii he present Cz ir from assassination in r April, 1866 The story of susanin lias tttmisbed material for oe of the most Ltnpnlar of Russian operas, "Life for tbe :j When fair women vbte. candtdates may look lor handsome majorities. . . The cotton crop this year is excellent .and the largest ever raised in the United ; States. The State of Tens estimates her crop At 600,000 bales, worth 30, 000,000. . ; i : ( Corae, don't he timid," said a couple 4l loolisli snobs to two mechanics; "sit lown and make yourselves our equals. " - WeM have to blow our brains out to do .'that ." was the reply, ' - : f The young Republicans of. Massschu . aetts; who claim to have killed Ben But : ler are making active preparations t to i kift hint again next year.- They say Ben Is so nje&n that lie won't stay dead. - A sad esse, A policeman, who, had .of ' fared .his hand to a lady and been refused, nrrested bersnd took her to the station. ' bouse. '''What is the charge agairist this 4 woman ?" asked the Lieutenant. Reais ' ling an oiler, sir." was the reply. She was discharged and so was the olficer. ...ViueiatiaU Saturday Wight. .,' .. A skeptic who was badgering a eim tile minded old man about a miracle and BUasiu's asb, finally said : -How , is it jHissible for an ass to talk like a manr v-VWeU,epliei,. the honest old believer, with meaning emphasis, "I don't see why ii ain't a easy tor an ass to talk . like a m m as it is for a man to talk like an 8s." 'X . . . . ' c . We have always agreed with Gold tmitu upu the sul j jci of old books, old Inends, and 'old wine. We.jecpect an old chair, cherish an old coat, and love o tpe which hits cheered us while running wa id defense of our country ; but we tnake cjie little reservation, We object to an old friend, who asks us for fifteen enU to get a drink San Antonio Her ald. . -" The sveraec boy is notalraidof work ' lie wilt labor hard six hours to make a each-8tone ring, the value of which is iiot over ten ceiits a bushel, and will cai- ' ry liunks ten hours a day for a minstrel t roupe for an admissioa ticket worth " tweuty-Bve ttnU. If the tame, boy's mother Bks bin) to erforra an errand yccuoiug filleeii iiiipueslime,lie gtowls ' und growls, and thicaltns lo run away fiom boiuc and become a pirate. organ. Guernsey and Noble by Luoius P. Marsh and his successor and William rraiier, Bel mont and Monroe by William 0ky; and Jef. forson,' Harrison and . Tuscarawas by James Patrick. Jr. '" - , !-s, (i W- order and direct that a certiaea copy of this oraer -to transmitted forthwith by the Clerk' of- the Court af Common Pleas of Muskingum oounty to the Secretary of 8tate and to the Clerks, of the several Courts of Common Pleas In each of .said several oouo ties to be published therein acoordiog to law.' Done at ZanesvOle in the oounty of Muskingum, this 80th day of October, A. D, 1878. ' " ft-:t a-...,'. - i !.LUCIU3P. MARSH., . , WILLIAM H. FRAZIEK, ., , , WILLIAM OKEY,. . ..- JAMES P t trick, ja., i, . Judges of the Court of Common Pleasj I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy by order of said Judges. Attest: v - r&KUBtuufi. ujuu&k, Clerk, By Jio Hoofes, Deputy. SEAL. 1 Zanesville.Ohlo, October 30, 878. CARROLL & BRO 1878. r i MARBLE WORKERS, 6, 8 & 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W, Vjl. Monuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotcn Granite Mon- uments. Also, have mads arrangements with a firm in Scotland to furnish Monuments or sooion Granite. " ' aprtO.TST: CHARLES ' Li ATI E ITST EI'N mERCHANT TAIJLOB, i;. , ASP PBALBB i Gentlemen'sFiiniishmgGoods. On East tide of Public Sguare. : i v , (: '! ,: .'i ' i.t .!-.? - ; . - n .7 .-:.:. Two doors North of Judkins'Drug Store, WOOPSFIEliT?, OHIO. : o! i" ! ,!...-.. t-vi ,4-.f. : '.. STOVES AND TIN WARE. MRS. 0, 0. ALEXANDER, The ' Celebrated Arlington, ... And other Oook Stoves. Keeps on hand' :f''s w: OOLtr respectfully inform' the cHliens . WTT U J S1,A MM kliit MVIMM IVI VI irOtHUuem,aUU IUV yuvuv gwaaot 1 tht be does first oimi .? n o - m.. ' t j I r-.it. . ,-' : r ;.-' -r i Tailorings? Business,- and will keep on hand a 'carefully selected tloths, taslraere & Testing And Is prepared to make clothing In the latest styles. Also, will out . out suits for persons rho desire to have them uadS'sisewnere. may20,l87S. CHARLES LAUKNSTBlM. i . . BLACKSMITH. H: : i.! ,mt,'.:. i' t. -1 Wagon Making and Blacksmithing. .i ; DRUG , STORE. is, :o: DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS; v' u ..VARNISHES.' BRUSHES." DYE STTTF1T. ANT) XI A. lopular ;! Patent, . Medicines, rIAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1NS I T Ol . . . V irug Drore, at me lowest cash prices. . "r:iT..i ,' t -,, - - . ,. ' fil'l'l'i '.lit- sw.m . ii iv w 1 1 w ii ii 1 1 i irt sr Ji-i.'! .li.uoi i AM iik i'A FROM" THOS; HUGHES cfc CO; .8 1st. Reoause they bur In large qtaantitles,- CLAS? CIOTJER and you are more pertain , M gt a nt tnan anywnere eiser have nnequalled facilities for bavin, and, .therefore oan jtfford to sell for less .than thosft ' O " -u.m50B, PURE. WINES AND LIOVORS JUDKINS. THor MedioinalPurpo8es,may always be found jl at j. i. 8d. They' seflf ontytfof sasWand do not nli .ran von for losses thev would have to SUS- ld. They have a large corps of FIRST-' Uin if they were doing a oredlt business. . -'Wf.!:i5 -cit; ip... y .: '!" '" -:,"l ir.r.-v'tA otft neu-nA. Now Is the Urns .to buy, as:lWJ tl'v '-'- -f 3:iiv S' P R I ;W:.VG;!:' . A,r,S,,T,.Q.; ,C:K PAINTS, h received, and ysu can get Brat choioe by 'calling arly." ' J vr . . .m- -J..,.il l.-. lr. Til OS. nilGHES & CO., ' Aterchant, Tailor. , ; ' . I'ill MAEKIToTRIBT, V HbILINQ, vt. ta. (Xt aU colors, and In every form, at J. T J JUPKINS'Drug Btoia. .-, .,. .... r.THTfiKuzn nrr.- "DY the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market JL rates, at J. T. JUDKINS'Drug Store. THE BEST COAL OIL N the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil ITeat'i Foot Oil, sc., ac, can' be had at J T. JUD KINS' at the lowest cash prices " THE f,OIlil ,f , CKfflE WOODS FIELD. OBI Capital, ! fai-Hl r : rl$5(.0tl 8. T!lfoOKKT,2VJI. WM.fcxAHDKOk7f.r Jxbx. Wiluams, Cadiitr. . j .s-io-nniiiLL' rvr. ' .7rwi.i,I jSiuoriAs: !! -J S. XiHooitxt, !,. a Wm BjUiiMti' HlflRI, MltLEB,!. . JAMI8 WAUOfffiA pA.YID' Okit4 ; i M. HoiFf uasj , ' - i.:-.1'CBKISTIAIC VflBia. Jtvmo:ti ft ; Doei .. , a General. Banking Bv(ntt; interest paid on Sp'ecial iepositV faakS toheetioiii on ailo!tttHArA'Xiiii ) , . k - r m r j )'.'mifl' .)' J1 "' " tw'in.i ! iliw' Babkirq Hours, tiom. 0 a.m ?p 3 rj" r WILL, j GET, ONE DOZEN ARTISTIC :."- '1 f,":ji I1DT.T1U A PfTRi? WHITE LEAD, Saiin-Firiisli a r d Photogratth, Made from. Finely ReJfl.njB.hadjIsgatives and warranted as good as kn'y in tneetry At B. Fahnestock's brand, which is so Inst for S3 00 ner doien. t- . ;,- -. u v . j U ly celebrated for Its purity, whiteness I Just received from the East' a arzo assortment of Albums. Frames. Stereoscenis l.. ' Hr 4 . j li.r. ir j. m' 1 and durability. Is just reoeived byl.T.JDD KIWS. and will be sold at the lowest cash FBHYS, PERFUMER 7. SOAP, SPICESj . ' TOBACCO. 6XVTT AMD CIQAS8. ; ' A! ND a variety of other articles belonging II io the Druggist's trade, all of which will be sold as low as thev can be afforded. " Views, Motto Frame's,' So. ""AH styles of Fraaes made to order at the lowest rates. Call and see specimens of these Artiatid' Photographs.. Call at once and save $2 by getting your Photographs at 1138 M ain St,HornbrvbkU BlockiWheeliWirk. ' I .it' v k ;.iul : ! :-! n-it J-f '.' V,i ) r, nf.'jt yjpl'i , P L U M M E R'S G A L L E R Y. DOV20,'77T. -t! i--..7f. '' ' !t:; nj Ij-r-; SI919H DORRt f . i ;rprleUro rfkmn.1 ieStegtotep'al J. reoently, and the Proprietor Informs ri. traveling pnblis that hr ts prepared to afford accommodatUKt'Of'ittS Ml4-Eh; table UP bssnppUcdiWitli tUbsst th market, affohi the rooms and beddi'are kept Jan aadV oomfortible; stabling in gooi order, ' kid th iraveier is aasnrea that his brses win HMtri good oare. Traveling AgenU wtlhU fmtasv-' ed with sample rooms.,.' Jane23,74T, "rr ! ,!iii.i'.;U'. (i In,! Vt:-U,. , J . ii' v I , t,n: 1.2 ' 'I'M'-' Ji ' rr ....... , .. . I. .1. ,w PEALER 'IN -.1 i-mi..-r .... v,'u PHYSICIANS' , PRESCRIPTIONS CABsmiT Psifakbb at all hours of the day and night , . , 1. T. JUDKIHS. sep8t. .' .V,;.,". Vr 1. . ,iV.' tl , l.i.'l' jto'W! (i U! mini. n- bob'i fOFI. . ...t ...... , ,f. .0 CA8T1B. 'n'jci E A 1 I N G' ST O V . i .... E S: M. C. LETZELTER, And all kinds of ' . i W OODSF1L LD OHIO. .1- l V ivi ' i f,i: DRUGS -AND- rr',i- GROCERIES. r-.,' J French fc Americaii WihdoW Glas, lllift m :. i'-'OP : Colored, Enameltd and Faney'oiass, V' ' ." Paints, Oils' Olassi and - Putty, White arid Eed; Lead. i:!'i V. I Jl ' Jl Kltef. .i;.H?. .'J!'.''!! Kill! ..Tri'Jffiisj ja :,0 SliT COI.OB8, DBT AMD W.OllvTtniPJtR TIHl, VARNISHES.' BbUSHKS. FMHCH AND, AMIR ,. WAR ZINC, MINERAL, MXTALIIO AND. FlRK PROOF BaotNa,.ElTf; MiXID.j,,, ( . , X AlfllO. ALli vUUfnS, oaSII, A'OORB AND nHUTTERB. . v.kUiv; . i v.. .;,'i.,.u ,l..wv. i.-t tI fihunnjir.m DOORS . &.!(EAZED. SAS3 .ALWAYS OX HAMD. Estimates for Plato Glass Furnished on Application! Agent for Erenoh n'lr.'i cciii-ii.'r'iy a jn!iri!-'i(i-. apflHOTH. :ui ?i R'Mt!s : Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Also, TTTB bave opened WagOtt making and W. Blacksinttli Bnopln the Foundry Building on the east side of town, where we are prepared to manufacture I Farm' and Spring 1 Wagons Of the latest and best styles. Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short notioe. - t- V nrnnv nTT a W A WT'Eirn ' ; Spofty and pH jJon on f' wheels and wood-work tor wagons Ironed notvx. .nd iron for watons ana camaees rarnisneu at market rates. ' Everything at Wheeling Prices, or Special attention will be given shoeing Agent for -Garry-Iron Roofing. Less. West side of Main street, 1 doors North of I horses. ' Qlve nsaoall. mnytZ,"!6r. i U&Q. LBTZELTER. i W00DSF1ELD, OHIO, septl6.73y. - ' THE SUN, FOR 1879; Clbbk's Officb, Moxrob Couktt. Ohio. ,.j W00D8PIBM, Nor. 6. , J ' I hereby certify the foregoing is a correct copy of the transcript of said order, fixing the times for holding courts la 8 aid juaiciAi District in the year 1879. . , ; ,. ,;. Witness my signature and the seal or the Contt of Common Fleas. - . . : s i; j, T. JODKINS, ' J ' ' Clerk Monroe Common Fleas. novl3,78w. ,.' '" ""' , ';''."-" ' .:' ... '' ; (. : ' ... v . . . ; . tub SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. J TIllBTY-FOlJRTn . YEAR. ... THB HOST. POPULAR , Scientific PaDer in Only $3 20 a Tear, including Post The Bun will be printed every day during the i year to come,, its purpose and method will be the same as in the past: to present all the news la a readable shape and to tell the truth though the heavens fall. The Baa' has been;- is, and will continue to be Independent of every body and every thing save the Truth and its own convictions V. of duty. , That Is the only polloy whloh an IUO if UIIU, l..... naaA hr. 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The tnoSt Demoorat as against the dishonest Republl Valuable praotloal . .papers, by eminent wrt- 0an and for the honest Republican as against ten In all departments of Boience will be the . dishonest - uemocrav. . 1. does not taxe found in the Scientific American: ' ' - ' , its one from tbe utteranoes of any politioian Terms, $3 20 per year, 11 60. half year, or politloal' organisation.! It gives its sup- whioh Includes postage. viscount to ort nnresetveoiy wneu .-men or measurus Agents. ' Single copies - ton cents:! Bold by are in agreement with the Constitution and all Newsdealers. Remit oy postal oraer to wh the principles upon wnion. mis aepuo. IIDNN & CO., Publishers, 57 Park Row, N.Y. uai was. founded for the people. Whenever In. couecUon with the SCI-1 the Constitution ana oonsutuuonai pnnoi- , entlflc American, Messrs. pies are violated as in the outrageous oon- Moia k Co, are: Bolipjtors of American and gplraoy of 1876. by whloh a man not elected Foreign Patents'" have had 34 years' expert. wu placed In the Presidential office where ence, and, now have the largest establish-1 he still remains It speaks oat for the right. ment In the world; Tatenu Tiro obtained That Is The Bun's idea 01 independence, in on thebest tenns.' A special boticp Is made I this respeot there, will be no change in its in me HcientiHC Assswrivtsu vi u-i mroersmnie ioc 10 is,. ventions paUnted through this Agsncy, with The 8un has fairly earned the hearty ha- the name.and rs)dence of the patentee. By 1 trod of rascals, frauds ana numbngs of all the immense circulation th4s given, pnbllo 1 0rts and sixes. It hopes to deserve that ha- attention is aireoiea to me menu 01 me tred not wssm me jer,o, ,iuau ia oo, oatent. and sails or introduction often ig?;. or anv vear gone by. The Sun will easily 'sBsoteVl 1 7 b!-WiTor oontlnne to shine on the wioked with un Anv neraou who has made a new disoovery mltlaated brwhtaess.' . J- or . invention.. an ', asoertaln. free of charge, While the lessons of the past should be whether a "patent can be' probably obtained, 1 constantly kept before the people. The Sun by writing to the undersigned. We also I does not propose to. make itself in 1879 a send fbbb our Hand Book about tbe Patent 1 magasine of ancient; history. , It is printed Laws, ratenttrcsvwMf imae-MarKS, tneir ifor the men ana women ot to-aay, wuose costs, and how, procured, withhints forpro- concern is chiefly with the affairs of to-day, curing advances on inventions. Address for it has the disposition and the ability to af- the Paper, or concerning ratents.. . . ford its readers the promptest, fullest ana MIJiliN & CO., most aoourate intelligence or whatever in 3T Park Row. New York. he wide world is worth attention, j To this Branch Office, Cor. f and 7th streets, Wash- en - the resottroes belonging to well estsb- Puttt, Books and Stationertv Bacsa- ' as and Fbbfdbibv, Lamps and Tbim. 1 : ' ' I hibos. Also a full line of ,' :'!! :: i ; s'l "1'! ; ' '' ,1m:'! ,' GROCERIES ' ' .V . ' .; ' . :: 17 ft I : consisting of ; ,.j ., Teas, Coffees, - Sugars, ' Rice, ! ;' Hrtmlnv. ' fivmnt. SnlAa: '! ' . ,t , JTo.' 1 307 Main Street, . . . . K oct8,'78m3. , . (, ;v:-. tJ i,) tti. !!;, r. m ni;dl moil inf .l WHEELING, WEST VA'1 F O R T H E - H i i I a Y S i f. t VelAIilU lm " Mm.".i1J;i FIorinc:.TreaUier4oar4ltBir; Ik a m ar i t m v ft: .'-.,( t 7 miK ,qtiia..' .Vy;iaT-s7f . i! H 1 -:o: i.if-l, .vAvr. v 'Hi! CANNED I??. FRUITS, ' AC, )7 'i ''- AC, It is always more or less trouble to decide what is the most suitable Christmas ptes ent for a friend. Yntfoan save time, trouble end 'money by tisitirig fhV place of the undersigned, where'y 6n will find ll.H -:- 11 ' L' "1b -,yfl i ft.v.'.': '.l-.i r! TJITiji-'f-l.ft Which they will sell for Cash or Approved Country Produce, as low as they can be bought in the oounty. decl9,'76T. v. Vi-f -i ;-- ' : !'( '::.; " f 3J' Ti!v S'liJI'.l (, l fi-Jtif A Nice ' lrcss "Pattern for a "Lady,1 !Vv,i If ONLY $1,15 A .YEAR! A Free Copy for Clubs of Seven. T4- Suit" to Yo'Huaand, 'VTiit i!to 'aoy; v DRESS 'VEOR-'A.,,, JPAIJi3.ITrE.,R: i-', :;. T ill I.?- i. .7 i'ir- ' . ' i....H., SHOES,. BOOTS; HATS; ii!t n. I,. - ' I.; ? " () t:!:'!:'.;. ?.-.. ! ; "For asefnl Information concern- . lor experience and results of farm labor, experiments, , economy, itc, It has no Mini, i v : superior."': r , .:j..i f,-f r -'.;'- .. . .. . "Every department is complete."! novl9,73. Silk Handkkrchixfs, Gents' and LAbiis' Ties, Collars,' Cprrs,, as4 fall MIt Is worth (106 a rear to farm- n i.-iers but costs only 81 15.. - T "Tbe Best is tbe Cbeapest. "It always bas tlie news ln'ad wanceot all others.'' , !' " ' '-' ,f' . ' ' . - "There J none better. . "Its political teacblnge are hon est, honorable, benenclal and correct." ' ' ' ' T lit . !:' i V.i i'i r..ii II ' f ' iBgtOn, U. C. ' '1 J-.'.'"; n!i:0 r . - jy n mo Pmafe"Notice." i'Mii i uii . Rew York. DRESSU1MAKING. Iloonitt Above Joues' Nlore. ,MISS F. A j-ok"?js HAS Just reoeived the latest styles of pat terns from M. Bcttorlckj New Vork, and would respectfully - Inform the! ladies of Woodsfield and vicinity that she is prepared TO HO FlltST "CLASS ' WOltK. Also, eat and fit for those who desire to have tbem made elsewhere, Patterns of all styles for eale-aug28,'77m3. 1 llshed prosperity will be liberally employed I '; The present, disjointed oonaition oi parties in this country, and the uncertainty of the future, lend an extraordinary significance to the events of the coming year, The discus atoris of the press, the debates and acts of . fnnrtmmo J 1 v i n.i , I LionEreSB. ana mo muicuiouw v. u, the.Probate Coart pi Tionroe County. ','eL0 Ohio, for settlement, , by the following Ad- rTw"C,I mlnistrators, Kzeoutors and Quftdlans: " " " . , ,,,. . -i.- -r -r x. with the most, anxious interest by every Firetpartial acoount orj. M. Eidgway Exeou- n.trioU American, whatever his pollUoal tor of ilzy Kidjrwny;' " If.... .iit.n.i'-" Tn T,b nlmnanu 8,??J!?M5,l-iW" B9rdmore of ikterest may . be added' the probability ifflS a"nt of oro Wee mat the Democrats will ntrol boes of Margaret Byers." ' - .'- ' ' .... the Increasing' feebleness ef the fraudulent Margar GuardlH First partial account of Chas. Singewald Administration, anameepreaQauaiwengm. id of Chaiw'JuoWs tuttert. 1 First' and' final aoconnt'of Vosph East Guar ot fraud in. any , form. eninir every where- of . healthy abhorrence ot fraud in . any , form. To present with ao. dian of Anna and Frederick Baumirartner. I Curacv and clearness the exact. situation in First, partial acoounjb of. Jl. BHill AJm'r, de each fl its varying phases, and to expound, . wmt nan, wiio mo wm bhutobu ur vr uiium i according to IIS way BUicrwn uievuuus, iae Wells; :-,' , ' i :j ' i LrinMnl-. that'ihonldffaide us throush the Fiwt partial account of Ell Jlvans Ouardiaa of labyrinth' 'Ul An important part of The piT .T, M-,ii yfl - Sun's work for 1879. Firrt and final account of Samuel Felsh Ouar-i r fm. , n,.vinff TIa Ann .. uu0i . .Wlttel, . literary an.S general newspa Any person Interested may Die Written ' .ntrtalnin and . more useful than ""f""1" vv """""" vai " J far ..before; ana , we mean to appiy tnem no.f k. ..no ill In SnallW lloa.il n4 I V . ' .Si .!! " ' .'L. i i - j nnr rates or subsoriotion remnm nnoaans ed. For the Daily Sun, a four page sheet of twenty eight columns, tne prlna ty man, post Paid: Ms 55 oents "a month or f fi 60 a year: or fnelndlng the Sunday, paper an eight page sheet of fifty six columns, the price ta bo oenu a month or fj fO oents a year, postage paid. , , v. . , The Sunday e'dltlbn of The Shn fs also fur nished separately -at $1 30 a year, postage Paid.. t;!;:. ,:.;.! , ! J . ; The price of the Weekly Sun, eight pages, fifty Bix columnslssi. a jear, postage paid, continued from day to day until disposed of, , ; -... ..!.:-.. . JAtJ.iP-,, MORRIS, nevl9,'78w3. , Probate, Judge at C, 0, ' i " " NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. Estate of William Weddlei Deceased TUB nndereignedihas; been appointed and onaliivd a Administrator of the estate of William Waddle, late ef Monroe flbunty, For ' olnbs. of ten. sending f 10 we will Send deceased- Dated this 20th day of November, A. D. 1878. ' nov26,'78w3. ' SANFOED WEDDLK: an extra copy free. AdhreBS 'it w UNm.Awn .. .. . , f y Publisher bf Tie' 8n, N. Y. City, m.vl9.'7S, -'.." 'r .hm.? STOCK.OF FANCY 'ARTICLES. At the lowest cash prices. " Come and-see our Stock, and .invest your cash judi ciously. ' ' vi! iii-' ,si.:r.l ,',i:1mu k.t't T .fivnu'f 7 : -'Ar.i.'ut rr ' I" 1 ,' I ' 1 I- T i :: v '.it MLLINERY. ;'t: i I1- ill ' It, fit -J i.I T7 ..,41 'f C.UH MUHJSERY STORE. ) .tin DvDiLLoa's.property, ;,.! .:!, 1: w'b'blifi f r el D', Ohio 1 7 It S IT : ' J" ' 5 X. A. H 31 i HAS OPKBBD A 1 1 .1 ' It is tb orlgioallGreenbacker," CashMillinerV'Store ' ' :.-: t s 1 fl! ; I . , : ... o ., .... :,'r . , 'It la ifiA hfat Pnlirifmt i?rini tho In this nlace,and will furnish Roods as cheap PEOPLE have, advocating- Its s nT otDer establishment in town; uooas . .-democracy upon fheprln ,, , shown without charge,; . a ;i , ; Orders i Promptly Attended -i to. !; Orders i Promptly l l - I All kinds of goods -usually found In a MtUl Such are a few' of the ' many cbmplimenta I nery and Trimming Store, suoh as Hats, Bob- paid the ' "I ft,. CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. nets. Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Laoes, Embroid eries, Oloves, Hose, Buttons,' Corsets, Neck Ties, Notts and veil Stud, kept constantly on hand. y- - - PRICES' EE A SO NA!BL fi". " --p- 1 . . rv r 1 t- ID a merits of, it JCOUorptl, Agricultural, iua.a.i v v 1 sbhuiu un uua.v.a PoliUcaX,Correvondeiice, Literary. TekaranJucA e done In the best manner. ;. iVr and Commercial departments combine to Ladles are requested to- call and niaae it au uiai is requirea u & no. 1, nrst-1 .. examine mv stock, class family journal.- .: - i j --iit. I ' m.v!in9S ' rvWeresDectfilllv oliDit tout sulMorintinnanrt 1 1 1 'l.i ' ."i i-.u) ask as a special favor to the Enquirer and the advancement of great moral and political truths that yon obtain the 8ubioripuoa,ot your I neighbor for a year's trial. . j -t'.ff '-jfc neighbor lor a year 1 . ' . . ; ' I AGENTS WASTED AT EVERY! ' ' POST OFFICE. LIBERAL SrKCWEX CoriEg Fhke. . Addrew . FARA1V &, McLEAIV. oot22,'73m8. ' - Cincinnati, Ohio: ii i : ,! J-- ! . ! ' ; i "i. , Sl'KING AND SUMMER ' IliLlN EE GOODS. I have just received nice stook of THE PARKER GUH. SCRD STAMP fOB CIRCULAA ' PARKER 'Wsfi': VYESTMERIDEN.CT. J. .v,;,j J -uovacnr, lion nets, ;iui fTallara. 'H. vt? 'i ut, fim;i rJLadiea'AlMkticiBi, -' Hr-.iVi-.i-' 7ii (.T'lVl'.J.' -. W i-'ii'. Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles connect ed with a Millinery Establishment. ' ' : 1 ' ;r ' 'U :ri fr :!. . ! J Hatt'ani Boniett Trimmed in the Latest r.r..tMti i'1'Stjleij' 'r "' ! yi'J- '..1 i !'1 ,itri.;n -..'ii i t ,'!-., '-; : Straw Goods bleached and 'made up. I m determined to self Cheaper than any other establishment la Woodsfleld. o'r In the oounw tyvj-.i; ! ;'. ..di .'; n '.""!.' n: c-i-.i J Place of business west of the Court House Call and examine my stock. ' may20,'73. MARY A. GUTBBRIE. ; ' "' " ' LEUAli KUTIUK . ii! 11, f? W i: it iin.,1 hi c i.;i T r'w f CATHAEUni POWELL 8r, Jacob W, Powell, Joseph W. Powell, Margaret Shutts' ahd Peter Shutts, her husband, Maria BattsYora and Aaron W. Hartshorn, her husband, Han. nah Oden and Asbury Oden, Lsr husband, and Catharine Powell, minor child of Aadfew Powell, deceased, Eusan . Darnell, Mary,Darf nell and John Darnell, minor children of 8u san Darnell, deoeased, all of whom Telde In Monroe County, Ohio,', and Xlisabeta kfarih and James Marsh, hsrJinsband, who reside In the county of Tyler.' State of West Yn1- ginia, Deborah Ambler aad William AnbJe, her husband, who reside in tho county of Belmont and State of Ohio; Barah K. Consers and Prank Connors, her husband, and David Powell, who reside in the city of Wheeling. State, of West,l;YlrgiPlA: John Jow,aIl.wlV resides in th oounty ef noble, State w Ohio; Catharine Darnell and Andrew Darnell, her husband, whoreaideia tfcepvaty fWash. melon, etate of. unto, ana uaroilne Uowhln son and Samuel Hutchinson,' her husband, who reside in the coanty Kef Linn,' SUtenof Missouri, , will take notioe that an amended petition was filed against them on the 2d day of November, 1878, In the court of common pleas within ' and: tor the county of Mem ee and 8tate of Ohio, by Mary, Ann Fryman and Henry Friman, her husband, and is now pending, wherein said ' Mary Ann" Fryman and Henry Fryman, her . husband, demand partition of the folio win real estate, to wit The southeast quarter of section twentv-five. townohip five of ranire six. except fifteen seres sold off of the west aide of said quarter section by Jonn roweii, deceased, ta Smiley tyyvt, by Seed dated June 13. 185 and also except forty- six acres abld off of the west aide -of aatdqar- ter section by said John Powell to James Wor ley, "by -deed dated' June lay 1854, containing tiinfltv acrakVi i :tj .. n Also, the southeast quarter Vk e northeast quarier 01 secuon twenty-live, township five of range biz, connunwyiorty aorea. Also,, the followiair tract, beinsr awtrt-ef the southwest quarter of the northeant quarter of section tweniynre, township five of range six, beginning for the same at , tbe northeast comer of the southwest quarter of the northeast quar ter of said section twenty-five, running thence west seventeen ; and seventy-eight hua- areaia iuub 10 a. sione; tnenoe, souta etgncy rods to a stake; thence east seventeen aad sev- entyight one i hundredth Teds) tkenct worth eighty rods to the place of beginning, contain ing nine acres, containing in all one hundred and fortyeigat aoresiVi i ii I'i'j ii .-( : And that, at the next term of said eowrt, tbe said Mary Ann Fryman and Henry Fryman, her husband,, will apply for an prder that par tition be made of naid premises.. .., , , ' MARY ANN FRYMAN and " : - HENRY FRYMAN, her husband. By J. W. Shannoh and Sraios &,l)Ri6Mis, their Attorneys. Dated this 5th day oi November,' 1878 17. ' Brackets.Moldlngti.Palings. ,. ; Boxes, and all Tel wis l"Jlt J ww viiiFimaitnmLT - Will take Contrasts for ill Wsis r'i''n Wli-n Tfi'T' sk w it',sr-.-i v Vf 4 Ii lit U - Builders' - and Heeli antes' (fW; .Trijnmlngs, ...WMfw v r Glass of all sixes,1 Nails ef air kinds"" ' ' 4 01x0, Palh(s,OilaTarnbbis.iJftom Tnrpentine.WhiteLesd an ,0 ino K .. Patty, kepJLconstantly .... ffi-J 1 hand and forsale 9(jT"V COFF1HS MADE TO' 'fiftBCalS Furniture loom n Ferry street; Clarlagtani hln-t n,,,!-, .Gr, .,mi asawblisaa. w JA8v)8..8Mnp..WM. B.A9PfLLv V Ii.V .i.i .! 1 ' ' ,-rm in itimT I WX are prepared to furnish to the peeale ef Monroe eeanty 'anythlnr la' "aarJ line.. Our stock ooBsllTs in part. ef ,', Jul- .,,11 ft.-, t-uii !.;:. 1 1 f:ii ,,;, .1: m .kVMU:i7fcAJi:ii.'wl-v5. ., a l. ' inuio . must vuuery, 11 .it ,iK . t-:rt.'!fv 'ftbrti 7i.,f CARPENTER'S it'TOOLff; FABMIITQ Tit FtXliXBTI. i anaxt iset a. complete sUek of riwt r. - . 1 P7?l t! krterally, whUh we yrepese ta' . Uet ashe 'same can ho' bonght ha;aiy''at aiaraetl.aiiewiana lMightar; vi, v.h Tliyat el len oi ' n ..- if j.l'i vii k1 wo aw also ai for the ouver:,. chi llkd. iiowb, ..Smith Mowers and leaf rsV Ralston & Massilon Threshf3W. Can fumah Repairs'' Vor any 'ef the'aWei m'sjehineai vt t,j. Mi 'Ki.t.) . f. spr34,77r. ,i!J v .a ,,zuO .?iiT ,t.uit,U 5"I 1 .,'tAHX-iXK& J.I.1H 7lli MV ,11! u.th ?. I'r f i'r-r !" t-' iJ IR t;!- PUBLIC 'COMFORT' ICTaTrj 'i.'iori'S vN: Livery,Fe(l Sale Stables. At Randolph's ir01d Stknfl. H ,i)l'J ul .lit! :.-'-oni ,.5 EiTJT.sell, or exchange stock.' r Qoedtiira-' r. outs furnished to.' order,,. Commaiwlal men taken to any part of the county, '"ar. Mages and baggies exchanged for horses! ,;, Boarding llornea.st Speciality. WILLIAM SMITn. angtl, ,7mS. , Proprietor, f - t