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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1880. Tuesday, October election day. 13th Is . How to Borrow Money. : Garfield "A roe, can you let me have ' a small sum thi morning ? Amea'Willinglv. mv boy; how much do you wan' ?" Garfield Well, I don't know; what yon can epa-p." Ames "All right, I can work oat that sum. There are ten shares Credit Mobilier, Dr. 80 cents on the dollar, Cr. , by rise in vain. Diit bv dividend. 80 is 80; 97 is 97, 51000, $1400) 12400 t stock all pal i Tor; balance of dividend doe Garfield, $329 ; there, sir, that is just what yon want. Three hundred and twenty-nine dollars. Here is your Jiheck." Rarfleld ''Thank you, thank you; but mind this mast be considered a loan." Ames Oh, yes; and as the slock ' rises and dividends aceruo (which, be tween as, you can help amazingly by ' voting right In Congress) I'll 'lend' you some more You never took a bribe? No sir!" Garfield "Ntver! Never! !" Amea facde) "Hardly ever.. Ypsilanti Sentinel. XVTbe Credit Mohiiler scandal has given me much paii. Let us pray to, be delivered from that condition , where life and nature have no fresh, sweet sensations for us. QarflelT s Let ter to B. A. Hinsdale, Dec. 31, 1873 While a tox who had just stolen a fine goose was running away with bU b oty " thrown over his shouldef his tail was caught In a trap and cf off pret'y Hhort. - which gave him much pain. Soon after '. ward, in moralizing with his friend, thr 1 owl, over the Instability of earthly tails rid the iain which sometimes romci to foxes throogii an inordinate appetite i'r ' goose, he said, sitting down upen his ; stump for the pake of appearances, "My - dear friend, let u pray to delivered . from that couditinn fonch!) "here life and nature have no f-e h. sweet Bensa- V Uons for u." N. Y. World. Amine the letters leceivedhy the National Committee on the 24'h inft was one from W. D. Barge, of D,xn, III.. -who witeo. "We will get lour fiflhs of the G rnjan vote in this county. In 1876 there wee cast in this town 927 votes. The Republicans had 102 majority. They now admit that we will make it very clog's this vear. We have the names of twenty-four old R-puhli ' cans who will vote our ticket, and will get more before the election. We held our first meeting at Harmon, a village ol 100 inhabitants, and there were ovei 4,000 people piesent. We have to-day clubs rgam'zed in towns where we ha no organizition lor hlrly yeara. Tin Grsenbackers are f r Hancock. Out of 209 who voted that ticket in 1878 in one of the tonns of the county, 204 have joint d the Hancock Clut." Tuesday, October 12th Is election r iay. - , . .- A little girl, noticing the glittering " gold filling in ber aunt's front tooth, x claimed: "Aunt Mary, I wish I bad copper toed teeth like yours." August Dehn was sen'enc d to six 1 months' imprisonment in Bal imore for drunkenness, on the complaint of hip . wife... Before bis term waa out she died and left him by will $10,000 " Ltdia E. Pikkbaus Vegetable Com Pound i a remarkable remedy for all those painful complaints and weaknesses so common to our best female popula tion. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass , for pamphlets. ... ... ' Velvet leaves and flowers without' any 9 mounting are tow prepared for embroi "derv. They are stitched open tne ma. ' teiial to be decorated and the appropri i ate stems and tendrils are embroideied The effect is better than that of satii- applied work. . 'There is. an infinite variety in the trimmirgs of dresses, quillings, scallop and plaits,' blouses, reverse f hirr ngs. ' poufs, embroidered bands, pipings and comings, vandycks and pans the lat ter frequently laced, hanging Etrafgbt, oi gracefully di aped as scarfs. " Neither hoopj nor large bustles art worn. Clinging skirts are quite as fash ionable as the more bouffant styles. 'The fullness about the sides of dreaset is merely formed by folds and shirring of the dress material or some kind o ' trimming. This especially appears ol ' tery dressy toikts. '. - Longs'reet, whom Hancock whlppcrl at Gettysburg, bas gone on a lucrative ' mission to a foreign country and is p favorite wiib the Repuhl can organs. . Hancock, who saved the Union at th.r memorable fight, is the. target for all th calumny and slander that these samt journals can fire ot him. About the time the Republican ' pres has got through abusing Hon. J. J Burns, state school comni8Pioner as ai ex-rebel, some of them will rememhci Mosby and Longstreet and by that time tbey will also recollect that Mr. Burnt waa elected three years ago by twenty five thousand mnjoiily. Columbus Times. A prom'Bing Youth of only seven nmmers, who had been accused of not always telling the trnth, cross-examined ' bU father: "Father, did yon use to lie when yoa were a boy ?" No, my son,' said the father, who evidently did not .recall the past with any distinctness. "Nor mother, either?" persisted tbe young lawyer. "No ; but why ?" "Oh, because I don t see how two people who sever told a lie could have a boy that ells as many as I do."' . When voung Jeff first came to town . lis father told him that it would be po lite to aay to bia host when being help d, to dinner, "Half that, if you please.' It so bsDDeBed that at tbe fiiet dinner - to which be was invited a tucking pig waa one of the dishes. Tbe host, point- ing with his knife to the young poiker sked. "WelL Mr. Jeff, will you have ' this, our favorite dish, or haunch of mutton?" Upon which recollecting ' bit first lesion, ne replied, "Half that ' if tou please," to the consternation ol .all present,- A yonng roan from Texas married girl in North Carolina, and then prope acd to leave her while be woiked his way back to his Texas home, in the hope . of their earning money enoogn to send lor her. She said.-however, that she wemld rather accompsay him afoot .They therefore made the journey of 1, 600 miles as tramps; bst their goo'd ap- !e arar.ee gained for tbtm considerable lelp along tbe way, and for the last fifty . miles tbey rode triumphantly in a cai riage, pcovkM by an enthusiastic ad Oiifit of their pluck. fas v -1 r- always Cores and never Disappoints The world's great Pain-Reliever for Man and Beast. Cheap, quid: aad reliable. PITCHER'S CASTORIAisnot Narcotic. Childreu grow f.it upon, Mothers like, aud Physl cians recommend. CASTOUIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures "Wind Colic, allays Feverishuess, and destroys Worms. lttb24.'8Ur 1 THE 0 N LY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time on THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. ThM jrrest orgwi are the natural cleans en of lb tvcm. Utbey work well, h.alth will be perfect: if they beeomo clogged, Onediul diseases are sure to follow wlta TERRIBLE SUFFERING. SIIIoubms, Bsadscks, Drspepels, Jsaa dies, Comrtlpsttom sad Files, erEld aey ConpUIoti, Orsrel, Diabetes, Sediment la the Uriae, Xilky r Bopy Urlasj sr SKea- ' aeatie Fslas aad Aefcea, are deTeloped beeanss the blood is poisoned with the hnmors Ust sbosid have besa expcUcd naturally. KIDNEY-WORT will restore the healthy action, and all tlicne drurovins evils will ha bnlhed j neglect them aud too will live bat to suffer. Thoasandsbevebeencured. Tr j ltsnd yoa will add one more to the number. Take It nH hmlth will once more gladden yoar heart. 1 Why ufrer lonBrarfrom the torment W of an aohlns; bapK? , Wily DB4ir fUn uisuuiv savin wwr ordered urine? Eroirr-WoiTwin core yea. Try a pack" in at ones and be satisfied. Jll$ a mttgttabU compound and Om Fackageaakes six aarta of Sedlclae. Tor Dnmut toutt. er nftl fftt u for yoa. InM npo kasinf tt. Frict, f 1.00. fprr.tj jjcsiSBSSS C9.. rtcprtttet, (naia4H.) Bissagjt VS. -ai. ta. sept30.79r. Warner's Safe Kidney and Lfrer Core. A TTRtabl prrparatlun and tlie only tnra rrtneitj in the world for Bright'. JUaMs nialxtca. nHtl ALL Klducr, JUvcr, mmi Vrtmnry Dlwnm. imvthiioiiiai!i of the highest order In proot Of tbM.taUmt-iils. or"'LorJl,ir,rp "f call for Wai .-For th run. of Hritlit's snd the other dlsfaww, call ror Waracr'a SaTe Kldurr uil Urrr'ar?. WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. It in UiPbnt Blno Hurillrr. and MimulutM every function to more healthful aciion, aud la thus a Ixtni'Ht In nil illHense. It cum rr fti loua and other Skin Ernr tlau and Diae.iwi, iiicluiliiuc Castcwra. LI. ccra, ami other Koiva. I.T.MrMim. lVnknMaortbStomBp1i, CwnMtpailnn. ItiuintHu, nrrl lcliil ity. etc.. am cured by thf Mar Bitters. IX a unequul.il ax mi apHtizeraiid regular torilff. Bottles or two sitvi ; prirea, SOe. and fcl.OO. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quickly elvc Rrt and Klrrp to thesnfTrlnr, caras IIoalnrta aud NrnrMlg-la, prev.uu t'.Bilrptlr Flta. and relieves Nrrvona Proa, tratiou hmugliton by excessive drink, ov.r work, mental sboi-ks, and other eanses. Puwerfut as It Is to stop pain and toothed is. torbed Nerves, It iicver iiOures the system, Whether taken In small or larjre duw-it. Bottles or two sixes ; prices, 90c alid $1.00. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Are an luimedinte and acttvs stimulus fnr a Torpl Liver, and rure CsstlTtnui, Dnptpiia. BU ioviB.il, auiou mar xhaa, Kalarta, FiTcr aa Aga., and should be used whenever the bowels do not operate freely and regularly. X. otktr rllb rr-lra Mra Hull Omr ftir Ikwm-h wart. Prkr 3t5 ctfi. a hoi. Hirwr Safr lUaSIrt p. wld l.j ltra-tlta a UnUA. I. aIlrlM .WTvlHir. H. H.Warner&Ca., Proprlrters, ROCHESTER, N. T. ootsSiiaT. 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ZEIIMIV & COM Philadelphia, Pa. SOLD BY ALL DRDGKiJSTa. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of David P. Hutchison, Dec'd. TBB undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Executor of the will of David r. Hutchison, late of Uonroe oounty, deo'd. Dated this 6th day of August, A. D. 1880 . WILLIAM H. HUTCHISON. augl0,'80w3. tC in f9A per day at home. Samples worth j!f lu 5 free. Address Snaox & Co., Portland, Afaine. dec2,'79r. Farming and Timber Lands for' Sale. FIVE or six farms and two or three timber lots near Stewart, ox the Marietta and CiMixaati R. R. in Athens County, Ohio. The timber to Ne. 1 timber and good land. The farms are- la good repairs and have good orops ef wheat growing. The land is all fresh, and is No. 1 tobacco land. Good wa ter, schools and churches handy. For sale low on reasonable terns. For further par ticulars enquire of J. A. PLUMER, Agent, mah23,80- - Marietta, Ohio, . 1 1 rtS -3 P 1 hK mm m L CHRIS. SANDER & CO., Commission Merchants lit RV8RT DKSCBIPTIOie OP DDUOE No. Ill Eighleenlii Street. Wheeling, AV. n augl7 '80. Seven Farms for Sale. 'PHB subscriber offers for tale seven well X improved farms, eontairing from 10 to SOO Acres Each, at very low rates and on easy terms. A part of this land is offered by the un dersigned as Executor of the estate of Jacob leeff, deceased. For farther partionlars call on GBORQS NEFP. One mile west of New Castle, or, add i ess at Laing.sF. iuonroe County, Ohio. julyl3,'S0m6. D1III All CUTLERY. WADDELL & HELBLING, DBALRB8 IS IlnrdWare, Table and Pocket Cutlery,.'ai peiiterH Toolte.Far mliiKlmpt(mentN.ane1 a Gen eral Line nt niillelcrH and Cabinet niakeiN Hard ware, IMllKlMireli Iron and Steel. AGENTS FOE THE OLIVER CHILLED PLOW. ALSO A PCLb LINE OF Furniture and Undertaking. Mr. C. Hblbling will still oontinne at his trade of manufacturing and repairing all kinds of Furniture. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. We will guarantee satisfaction. WADDELL. & I1ELBL1XG. apr6,'S0il. Notice to Teachers. rpHE Board of Examiners of Monroe Coun- X ty win noia meetings ror tne examina tion of Teachers as follows: Woodafleld, Saturday, September 11, 1880. it u C. 25, " . ; October 9, u ii 23, November 6, , SO, These examinations will commence at S o'clock a. m. and close at 4 p. m. A fee of 50 cents is required from each t pplioant, as a condition of examination, and must be paid in advance. By order of the Board. (Applicants holding certificates for less than 24 months, must stand examinations for new certificates. Renewals will not be made in such cases without examination. S. SCHOOLCRAFT, Clerk. july27,'80td. SHERIFF'S SALE. John B.Otten, Committee, vs. James R. Morris, tt al. DY virtue of a certain order of sale is U sued Irom ine oourt or common pleas within and tor the oounty of Monroe and State of Ohio, in a case pending in said oourt between the above named parties, and to me directed.I will offer for sale at publio auotion at the east door of the oourt house in Woodsfield, on Saturday, the Wth day of September,1880 between the hours ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., of said day. the following de soribed real estate situate in Monroe oounty Ohio, te wlU " A part of the south part of the northwest quaiter of seo'.ion 35, township 4 of range 5 containing 28 aores more or less, and lying south of the Marietta road. Also 26 acres more or less lying south of said road aud being in the southeast corner of the northeast quarter of seoiion 4, of township 6, of range 6. Said 64 aores being bounded on the north and west by said Ma rletta road on the Sonth by the lands of said Jacob Aotter and Edward Salisbury and on the east by the lands of Wm. F. Hunter, to gether with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Said property so ordered to be sold is ap- praisd at $1,689, and may Fell for two thirds of said appraisement. Terms of sale, oash before confirmation. WILLIAM READ, auglO,'80wS. Sheriff M. C. O. Spbjogs frDBioGB, Att'ys. RAILROADS. Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad. CONDENSED TIME CARD.. GOING KAST AND VIST. On and after June 13. 18E0, all trains will run daily (exoept Sunday) as follows: 3 Through trains to Pittsburgh. -2 Through trains to Cleveland. 2 Through trains to Chicago. Pullman's Parlor Cars between Wellsville and Cleveland. Hotel and Sleeping Cars on all trains be tween Allianoe and Chicago. lbatb, ' Aooom. Mail. Express. Bellaire 6:00am 11:15am 2:00pm Bridgeport ..6:10am 1126am 2:10pm Steuben ville. 7 06am 1 1:68am 3:04pm Wellsville ..8:10am 12:25pm 5.50pm Rochester... 9.15am 2.35pm 6:40pm ABB1VK. Pittsburgh .I020pm 3:35pm 7;45pm Altoona .... 8.35pm 12:10am Harrlsburg . 12,59am 4.00am Baltimore.. 7:30am 7;30am Washington, 9:02am 9,02am Philadelphia - 4,l5am 7,40am New York.. 6,56am 10,35am Boston..... 4,40pm 6,10pm TO CLEVELAND Only 5 Hours and 25 Minutest lsavs. Acoom. Express. Bellaire 6,00am 2,00pm Bridgeport 6:10am '2:1 0pm 8teubenvllle 7:06am 3:04pm Allianoe 12:45am 5:19pm Ravenna. 1:13am 5;53pm Hudson 1:39am :20pm Cleveland 2:45am 7:25pm TO CHICAGO Only 18 Hours! LBAVB. Bellaire Aocom. ....6:00am Express. 2: 0pm 2:l0pu 3:04pm 3.55pm 5,35pm 9,20pm 2,40am 8,00am Bridgeport 6:10am 8tenbenville 7:06am Yellow Creek Alliance 1,10pm MansOell 5.25pm Fort. Wayne , 12 20aui Chicago 6,00am Steubenville accommodation leaves Bell aire at 4 55 pm, Bridgeport at 5,00, and ar rives at Steubenville at 6,05 pm. -"Leaves Steubenville at 7,50 a m, Bridgeport at 8,46 a m arrive at Bellaire at 9,00 a m. The Steubenville Aocommodationln addi tion to their regular trip to aad from Stea. benville will make tbe following trips be tween Bellaire and Martin's Ferry. Bridgeport to Martin's Ferry...... 9.45 am - 1,25 fta - Bellaire 11.45 am - 3,15 p m Stopping when required at Sherman House, jEtnaville, West Wheeling and Gravel Hill. Tickets and baggage ohecks to- all princi pal points in the East and West ean be pro. cured at the ticket office in Bridgeport. F. R. MYERS, General Passenger & Tioket Agent. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CARD. EASTBOUXJ-July 11, 1880. N.T. Expres. Leave ah Chicago 7:50 FX 0CPX. Garrett 1:40 10:20 6.00 Defiance 3:0 1 1.36 AX Fostoiia 4:38 1:0a 7:25 7.54 7:45 2:30 3:37 t:10 Tiffin 6:25 1;30 AX 10:45 Sandusky ... 4:50 PK 8:00 12,25 9 CO 210 Monroerille.. .5:35 8:35 2:25 9:5 Chicago Juno.. 6:35 Shelby Jnuc...7:0l 2:49 10:00 10,22 3:10 10-25 11,20 FX 4:15 12:05 5.00 1:10 AM PX 6:10 3:30 3:35 12.25 3.22 4,33 7.31 9,50 px 5:15 7,00 AX 7.00 8:08 Mansfield 7:23 Mt. Vernon... Arr Newark... ,8:39 .9 30 Arr Columbus. 11:00 Lve Columbus. 8.00 px AX 8,18 Newark 9:40 5:10 1:35 Zanesville.. Cambridge.. .1032 1L29 AX 6:09 7:01 2:27 3:23 10 35 1.17 Barnes vllle... 12:29 Bellaire 1:35 7:52 4.20 8:45 6,25 9:00 5:20 PX AX 9,25 6,40 4 45 9:1 8,10 10:3 Wheeling 1:40 Arrive px .1:25 Washington . Baltimore . . .2:35 10:35 7,50 AX PX .6:50 3:00 1,50 ,10,30 6.45 4:45 Philadelphia New York.. . WESTBOUND. Chicago Cbio. Chio. Fast Exp, MaiL Line. Leave am pm pm 12,55 9.55 3.50 11,30 pm am 8,10 8-00 9,30 P:10 am pm 9:05 11:30 :0:00-11:50 am New York 8:15 Philadelphia. 11:45 pen Baltimore 4:00 WashingtonCty5:lO am pm 4:15 4:50 am 6,07 7:52 Wheeling 4:50 Bellaire 5:05 Barnesville ...6,57 11,06 1:06 6:07 pm Cambridge. . . 6.45 12,03 2:07 7:10 11.35 am Zanesville 7.35 1:03 3:25 Arr Newark.... 8:20 2:00 4:35 6,15 2,22 7 25 4,50 9:15 11,00 Columbus..; 9:45 3.30 6.10 Lve Columbus. 7,00 12:25 am Newark 8:40 2:20 4:50 Ml Vernon... 9:24 311 5 56 pm 6:00 8 39 12,23 Mansfield.. ..10:28 4:33 7:22 Shelby Juno.. 10:50 4,57 7:48 Arr Monroeyille 6:08 9:10 Sandusky 7:00 10,00 Lve Chi Jun. 11:20 6:40 9:00 7:00 10,00 am 6:40 9:00 6:20 7,55 10:03 8:20 8.35 10:33 9:35 Tiffin.. 12:00 Fostoria .....12.22 pm 1,54 10:32 12:58 4:45 Defianoe. am am Garrett 3:25 12:05 2:40 8:00 6;30 Arr Chicago... 8:9.0 6:10 8;20 Note on Runninsr of Trains. EAST BOUND New York Fast Line daily entire train, runs through from Chicago to Baltl more. Pullman Sleepers attached. New York Express daily on C. O. Division and main line, other divisions daily, exoept Sun day Pullman Sleeping car Chioago to Cum berland. Parlor Car Cumberland to Balti more. Mail runs daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Grafton to Baltimore. WEST BOUND Chicago Fast Line daily, entire train runs through from Baltimore to Chioago. Pullman Sleepers attaohed. Chi cago Express runs daily on C. O. and L. B. Divisions, on other divisions daily exoept Sunday. Pullman Sleeper Chioago Junotion to Chicago. Mail runs daily on main line and C. O, Div, on other divisions daily, exoept Snnday. Pullman Sleeping Car Cumberland to Sau. dusky exoept Saturday; all other trains dally exoept Sunday, C. H. Hudson, Sup't Trans. 0. Div, Chicago. W. E. R.EPPBRT, Pbbs. Ag't, Columbus. L, M. Coli, General Tloket Agent, Balti more. C. K. LORD Gen. Pass. Agt, Baltimore, Bellaire & Southwestern R. R. TIME TABLE. TAKE EFFECT 12 31., July IS, 1SS0. Trains make connection with the B. & O. and C. & P. Railroads, also, with Capt. La kens' steamboat, "Pres Ellison," for Wheel ing. Trains run daily, Sunday excepted. TRAINS GOING EAST. . Lbavbs. No. 2, No. 4. "- t X. AX. Woodsfield .1.20 ..6 30 Osark, 2,10 7,06 Jerusalem 2,22 7,18 Hutchinson's .7,26 Beallsville 2,46 7,35 Crabapple 3,06 .... .". 7,48 Caldwell's 3,25 8,00 Armstrong's Mills 3,37 8,15 Captina 3,50 .... 8,26 Beoket's 8,37 Kelsey's ..... i 4,20 .. . . .8,41 Jacobsburg'. 4 30 8,50 Bethel 4,44 ... . . . 9.02 lrvin's 4,59 9,16 Map!eton 5,12 9,24 Ambler's 5,24 . 9,32 Shady Side.. 5,35. ...... 9.38 Bellaire (arrive) 6.50 9,50 TitAINS GOING WEST. Lbavks. No. 1. No. 3. A. x. p. x. Bellaire .7,10 ......3,30 Shady Side 7,25 3,42 Ambler's 7,32 3,60 Mapleton ...7,42 3,55 Irwin's 7,64 4,03 Bethel 8,20 4,17 Jacobsburg 8 35. 4,30 Kelsey's 8,45 4,36 Beoket's 9 05 4,47 Captina 9,20 5,00 Armstrong's Mills 9,35 5,0 Caldwell's 947. 5,20 Crabapple 10,05 5 33 Beallsville 10,16 5.45 Hutohinson's 5,53 Jerusalem 10,30 6,01 Osark. 10.50 6,11 Woodsfield (arrive) 1 1 ,30 6,50 8. L. M00NEY, President. S. M. Cocbbab General Manager. XEGAL NOTICE. EMANUEL O. CISNE, Lurena S. Cisue, Allen Cisne, Willis Cisne and Sarin V. Cisne, minor children and heirs of Jonah G. Cisne, deceased, who resides in Wayne County, Illi nois and whose post office address is Cisne, Wayne County, Illinois, will take notioe that on the 8th day of July, A. D. 1880, F. M. Amos, as Administrator of the estate of Emanuel Cisne. deoeased, filed his petition in the Probate Cour ot Monroe County, Ohio, against them.the ether heirs and the widow of said Emanuel Cisne, deceased, the object and prayer of said petition is to ob ain an order of said Court to assign the dower estate of Sarah Cisne, widow of said decedent, and subject to said dower estate to sell the real estate of whioh Emanuel Cisne died seised, situate in Monroe oounty, Ohio, to wit: Lots forty three forty four, fifty seven and sixty, in the town of Antioch, Monroe oounty, Ohio; also, twenty one acres, one rod and seventeen perches of land in section fifteen, township three of range five; also, one acre of land in section ten, township three of range fire (except about thirty four rods thereof conveyed by Emanuel Cisne to Eunice Brown by deed dated Maroh 12, 1879); also, lot number nineteen in section ten, township three of range five (except about thirty-nine rods thereof conveyed by Emanuel Cisne to F. M. Amos by deed dated May 2, 1876,)belng all the real estate of whioh Emanuel Cisne died soiled, and whioh is specifically describ ed in said petition; that the sale of said real estate is asked for the purpose of paying the debts of said decedent and costs of adminis tration. You are required to answer said petition on or before the 11th day ef September, A.D. 188. p. M. AM 93, Adm'r of the estate of Emanuel Cisne, deo'd By Hunter & Mallory, his Att'ys- !julyl3,'80t. N. Y. Fast Line. r . 4:5S Mail am auoax 3.65 4:15 5:37 8:50 DRUG STORES. DRUG ST ORE. -:o: DRUGS, PAINTS, OIL8, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, DYE STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, CAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1N6 Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE WINES AND LIQUORS For Medicinal Purposes.may always be found at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, OF all oolors, and in every form, at J. T lUDEINS'Drug Store. LINSEED OIL. TJY the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKIN8' Drug Store. THE BEST COAL OIL the market also. Lard Oil. Fish Oil 1 N Neat'j Foot Oil. &c. Ac. oan fce had at J T. JUDKINS' at the lowest oash prices PURE WHITE LEAD. f? B. Fahnestouk's brand, which is so Just- J ly celebrated for its purity, whiteness and durability, is just received byl.T.JDD- KINS, and will be sold at the lowest cash pbkis. PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, BNTJFF AND CIGARS, A ND a variety of other articles belonging IX to the Druggist's trade, all of whioh will be old as low as thev oan be afforded. PHYSICIANS" PRESCRIPTIONS Cabipollt Pbipabbd at all hours of the day and night J. T. JUDKINS. 8ep8r. bob't pops . ..T. .0 CABTLB. DRUGS -AND- GROCERIES. POPE & CASTLE Have opened in their new Main street, room on Cross WOODSFIELD, OHIO a well selected stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Notions, Window Glass. Pcttt, Books and Stationery, Brush xs and Pbbfoxbbt, Laxm and Tbik. xibqs. Also a full line of G R00 E K I E S consisting of Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Rice, Hominy, Syrups, Spices, CANNED FRUITS, &C, &C. Which they will sell for Cash or Approved country rroauce, as low as they can be oought in the oounty. deol9,'76T. MERCHANT TAILORS. 1879. 1879. SPRING & SUMMER! CHARLES LAUENSTEIU, MERCHANT TAILOR, ABO DBALBB IB Gentlemen'sFurnishingGcods. On East Side of Public Square. Two doors North of J ud kins' Drug Store. "WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WOULD respectfully inform the oitlsens of Woodsfleld.and the publio generally; that he does a first olass Tailoring Business, and will keep oa hand stookof a carefully selected fJlofhs, Cast mere & Testing, And is prepared to make clothing In the latest styles. Also, will out oat suits for persons rho desire to have theat made elsewhere, may 20,1873. CHARLES LAUKNSTBIN. LEGAL NOTIOE. H ARY MAGINNI3, whose post offioe and take notioe that John Maginnis, Administra tor of the estate of Edward Maginnis, de ceased, did, on the 1 0th day of July, A. D. 1880, file his petition in the Probate Court within and for the County o' Monroe and State of Ohio, against her and other defend ants and heirs of said Edward Maginnis, de. ceased, and is now pending therein,' the ob ject and prayer of whioh petition is to sell the following desoribed real estate situate in said oounty of Uonroe of whioh said Ed ward Maginnis died seised, to pay the debts of said decedents estate, vis: Known as the east half of the north east quarter of amo tion fourteen (14) in township fire (5) of range five (5) containing 80 27-100 aores more or less; and that the said Mary Magln nis Is notified that she is required to appear and answer said petition on or before the llth day of September, A. D. 1880, JOHN MAOINNE), Adm'r of the estate of Kdw'd Maginnis, deo'd. By Jas. W. Walton, bis Attorney. Juljl3J'80w7. New Goods for -AT AD jBlM F AUP I L'S aV0..SO9 MLMOtiT STREET, BELL AIRE, OHIO. ' J have now received the largest, best and most seleot stock of Boots Ever brought to this city, consisting of Ladies, latest style and best quality. In my Uentlemen's ana jsoys' Department I defy COmfietition My . Rubber Department is always found complete-- Call early and secure bargains, ss I can save you 20 per cent by buying my goods. No trouble to show goods. Don't forget the place. NO. 208 BEUXOHT STREET, Painters' & Builders' Supply Depot. HANES, WILSON & 1315 Hal ii Street, DIALERS IN PAINTS, OILS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Brackets, &c. PLANING MILLS AN 432, 434, 436 and A large and complete stock of Lumber, mill work of every description made to order nov4,'79r. HANKS, WILSON & CO., 125 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va. . Nelson DEALERS IN MDWAB1 CBTIERY. MILS, GLASS, STEEL, CARPENTER'S TOOLS, MINING & RIFLE POWDER, Fronts, Grates and Builders Hardware of all kinds; OLIVER CIIILLED and PITTSBURGH PLOWS; Agricultural Implements, Churns, Pumps, Rope, Twine, etc. TIMOTHY SKED in season. In faot everything you want, almost, In the HARDWARES lillf. No 300 Union Street, ocmTOY. FRESH ARRIVAL OF THE CHEAPEST Dry G o ods , Notions, Hos i cry, Men's, Boys' and Children's Re&dy Made Clothing, HATS and CAPS; at 8. I. MILLER'A, Wo. 135 Belmont Street. Here may be found In endless variety every description of Housekeeping- and Family Dry Goods. Sbb thx Fbicbs: Fast Colored Prints 6 to 7 oU per yard; Bleached and Unbleached Mulins 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 1 0 cts per yard; Best Ginghams 9 and 10 cts per yard, Wash Poplins 6, 8 and 0 cts per yard; Alpaca Poplins 12, 15, 20, 25 eta per yard. Children's Suits from SI 35 up; Boys' Suits from $2 50 up; Youth's Suits from 11 75 up; Hen's Suits from $4 up. Other Goods in proportion. Please oall and be oonvinoed of the truth of these assertions, as it is no trouble to show Goods. S. I. MILLER, 135 BELMONT RETAILING AT WHOLESALE PKlUES. oot21,'79T. FURNITURE. roKNITWEB Always in store. The largest and best selected stook of every grade of Furniture in the city, whioh I Bay and Sell for Cash, thereby enabling me to offer Spbciai. Babqaims. U N D E II T A KING , To whioh I pay particular attention. Cloth Casket. All I ask Is a Fair Trial and No 232 Union Street, Next Door oct21,79x. PLUMMEE'S GALLERY, ONE DOZEN BEST $3 CARD PHOTOGRAPHS ONLY $1 do ONE 8x10 PHOTO., 16 CABINETS, MOTTO FRAMES, ONLY TWENTY The Largest and Cheapest Stock of PICTURES,' F RAM E S, ALBUMS, MOTTOES, &., in the city. janl47S. WM. H. HO 3 IB? SOB, DEALER IN French & American Window Glass, Colored, Enameled Paints, Oils, Glass and Colors, Drt and in Oil, Turpen tine, ivah dJiav, iuinsnAL,, JUETALIiIO AND DIRE rROOF JBR0WN8, llEDT MlXED Paints, all Colors, Sash, Doors and Shutters. DOORS & GLAZED SASH ALWAYS 0AT HAND. Estimates for Plate Glass Furnished on Application. I'late Glass. aprilSO '771 Fall and Winter, Shoes Misses, Childrens and Infant's Shoes, ef the BEJHRE, OHIO. nov4,'70f. CO., Wheeling, W. Va , VARNISHES, D LUMBER YARDS. -- 43S MAIN STREET. Lath, Shingles, &c, always on hand. Planing on short notice. Send for Prices. Bro., TjIj OHIO. STREET. BELLAIRE. OHIO. ' . UNDERTAKING. My stock Is complete, from a plain coffin to a fine I will Guarantee Satisfactlou. FRED. HOFFMAN, to Mater & Klote, Bellaire, Ohio. :o: PER DOZEN, do $3 tt II - FIVE CENTS. :0' 1138 Main Street, Hornbrook's Block. G. W. PLUMMER. and Fancy Glass, Putty, White and Red Lead. Varnishes, Brushes, French and Amer- Agent for French 1223 Main street, Wheelmg,W. Ta. MILLINERY. srniftG and NimsiEn MILLINERY- GOODS. I have j as t recelfed iee stool - of Hats, ' rf . XadlfS m ttkiltit Ribbons, Flowers, and other wrtloles eoAxtet edwlth a Millinery Establishment. Hats and Bonnets TtilMnti in (kt Latest -"-' v Styieii V Straw (foods bleached and made op, t Xnt detsrmtned to sell eheaper than any other" establishment in Woodsfield, or id th iOOtn-r ty. Plaee of business West of the Court House" Call and examine my stock. may20,'73. MART A.' GDTHKfilS. .- ; ' . ; ' ;? " ? i f :vf HOTELS, ; NATIONAL HOUSE;. . BE-LiXj-AJDRE, OHIO. . ..... ,. FIRST CLASS accommodations famished to guests at this house. Bills reasonable CanvuniAnt in th ft.nnl Af K w.niu A V vjrv VI 1IVIUIU, aiM5 Southwestern. ootSl.Jt.- NATIONAL HOTEL, : ' f. r- MAIN STREET, T BARNESVILLE, Q K I, O , R. E. Frasler, : : : : s Proprietor This it the Best Hotel in Barnesvilh GUESTS will find the best acoommodatiea at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. . Haoks leave the Hotel every morning fcr Woodsfield. Carriages and drireri fnrnlahd trawaUra ataUUmes. Ialrl.1873 i PLANING MILLS. F. Dietrick, , H. R. Mchlehan. President. , Secretary. M. Mehl, Foreman. OLAR1NQTON, ' 1 PLANING .MILLS AH9- FURNITURE COMPANY, ' BJUIBBS ' '.' Lumber, Lath and Shingles, HABOrACTOBBUB OF ' ri Floorlug.weaflier-baardlng, Frames, Doors, Sash, Shutters, Brackets,Mollings.Palines, Boxes, and all kinds ot Furniture.- A v j - ' ''".: : 'j j Will take Contracts for nil Kinds O F B U I L D I N O 8,. : Builders' and Slcrlianlra Hardware, Coffin Trimmings, Window - Glass of all sites, Kails of all kinds' and sites, Paints.Oils. Varnishes. ' Tarpentine.WhlteLead and t Putty, kept constantly : '. on hand and for sale " ;" at BBASOB ABLB raiGBS, COFFINS MADE TO OftDER. Furniture Room on Ferry street, ClaringUsi. Ohio. , march2,-78m9. . BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making and Blacksmithisg, ' V M. Jt J. LETZELTER, .'. . . WOODSFIELD, OB 10,1 w K hare opened a Wagon Mklng and Blaeksmtth Shan in ta. v...j Balldlnc on the east side of town. are prepared to mannfactare ' - i " Farm and Spring "Wagons Of the latest and best styles, also, will r. pair wagons and carriages on short notioe. ; AM, WORK QUABAHTEKD. Wheels and wood-work tor wagons Ironed and iron for wagons and carriages famished at market rates. Bpeoial attenUon will be gtren to theelBg horses. ' Giro ns a oall. " maytV'Oi. . MAC. LETZKLTKR. Ohio Farmers Fire Insurance t'oa. IiEroy. omo. . Insures nothing bat Farm vroperty. Bates' ower than those of any other Company doing business in this eonnty. . Assets, : : i ': $900,000 All Losses promptly paid. JOHff JEFFER8. BeallsTllle, Ohio, noTl3,T8. Agent for Uonros County, ROAD NOTICE. NOTICK Is hereb, gln that a petition will be presented t the Commlsilonera of Monroe County, Ohio, at their wit set slon. to be held on the first Monday of Sep tember, A D. I80, praying for the alteration of the- oounty road leading from Wlnland' mill, on SunisA Creek, to Woodsfield, in said oonnty, as follows: Beginning on the line of said road at or near the moitb of the run en the south side of said SnnlUh Creek; thenoe up said run to the left of the present road: through a portion of the land ef Henry Win- ' land, John Qlasser and Jaeob Schneider to In-1 terseot the present road about one-fourth of : a mile from the mouth of said run, at or near a log barn on tbe lands of said Winlaud; thence with tbe line of tin present road about four reds; thenoe to the right of the present road, through a portion of the land , of said Wfnland, said Schneider and Joseph Schumaoher. St., to inteneot the Hue of the present read, at or near a tobacoo house, oa the lands of said Schninaoher between th resiieaees of said Schumacher and Frederick BehHeider; Jr. HANI" I'liTITIONKKS. juty27, 80w5.