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ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO:
K Thursday Mornino, Shpt. 30, 1S69 j
B . Lamps al llpm'l, Cheap Lama Oil it j
Jepson s. Lamp Chimney t Jepson . Lamp i
K- wicks at Jepson's.
IKVKRT TOCSe MAS in the country i
would be (really benefit Led by a court of study i
ai the Iron City College, and to those contem
plating bnsiuvas life it is indispensable, Cir
cuit rs containing full particular on addressing
the Principals, Smith A Cowley, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Si jf mslral Kaaslly can afford to be with
out "Peters' Musical Monthly." It gives, dnr
ing the year, over MS worth of New Music, be
sides the litters ry matter, and In order to help
oar friends to a good thing, we will ourselves
receive subscriptions, at the rate of IS per yean
ro dab it with onr own paper for (4 per year.
We Noticed on exhibition at the Flaral Hall
among other Machines, the "Weed Hewing Ma
chine." We were at once struck with the
I . simplicity of the machine, and after soaking
a careful examination we are satisfied it is the
best finished Sewing Machine we have seen ;
more easily understood, less machinery, and
v consequently less liable to get oat of order, and ,
will do a greater variety of work.
We understood It was exhibited by Saw tell A
Col, of Wheeling, General Agents. I
Town and County News.
Lee and Galloway at
Oeu. J. C. Le- and Hon Samuel
H Oalioway will adrlrew the People at
B BRIDGEPORT, this (Tturtday) Eve- 1
B These gentlemen are among the best
stumpers in titiio. I
Rememben BRIDGEPORT, THUR8- 1
DAY NIGHT! I
DEATH OF HON. B. S. COWEN.
, Hon. B. S. C owen died at the resi-
B dence of bis soo-in-law, Mr. Win. M. '
B Faris, at 7:30 o'clock on Monday eve- 1
B ' ning. Judge Cowen went down to the 1
Wm Fair on Friday afternoon. Coming home c
B -1 before the Fair closed, and the family all 1
B being at the Fair, he was unable to get
B into his room. He then went down to
B the dwelling of his eon, Judge i owen, 1
B jr., and after lying on the sofa a short
B time returned to Mr. Faris' house. He '
B fell in the alley adjoining the house, and
B was picked up by Mr. Brown, the Town
I . ' Marshal. After being laid on his bed his
B consciousness returnei and he talked a
B intervals freely and inf-lligfntly until n
B ahout 1 o'clock at Bight, ! he Imt '
lii- speech and ouiui'ii- U i i tt
B Hi- was watched carefully an I t I
B - by bis family and friends and tiy bin
B physician, Dr John Alexander. He rt-
WM t .lined his faculties until the last, ami P
B passed away without a strutyrle. n
B Benjamin Sprague Cowen wa burn
I in Washington County, New York, on "
BJ the 27th of September, 1793. Hisparenta
B j came from Rhode Island, his mother n
B beiiig a conneotion of the celebrated "
B ' Sprague family of that State. Judge 1
Bp Cowen came to Ohio in 1820, and settled 0
K at Moo're0eld, in Harrison County, where c
B he taught school, and read law with 0
B Chauucey Dewey, Esq., of Cadiz. He
B was admitted to the Bar in 1S. On the Cl
B 25th of December, 1832, Judge Cowen
BJ came to St. Clairsville, having previous t(
ly been appointed Prosecuting Attorney
B for Monroe County, and h.tving ai'
Bl formed a law pun nership with the lit- ti
B Win. B. HutiUard, whicli rfittlimn 1 r
uutil Mr. Hubbard ,-etuoved t. ("olii'ii ft
bus. He was one of Jie Editors o.'th- .
H paper, in .s36, and it ras from him U p
BJ received its present name, it having br- 0
Bp I fore that time been called the Bel nu n
Bk Journal. He was connected with the
B paper for several years, but we do not
BE know just when it commenced uor when e
Bf it closgd. In 1839 be represented thia w
H Congressional District in the Whig Nn- ,
B tioual Convention, which nominated
Gen. Harrison for Pratsitleril. In s
HB the Fall of 1840 Judge Cowen wa-
Bm elected to Congress by the Whi .
Bj parly. On taking bis sent iu the Hou- ''
HV he wan made a member of the C'xiiniii- '
B tee on Claims, of which thedistiiiguieb- R
BV ed Joshua U. Giddiugs was Ctiuirin.-i:;
BB aud afterward, wbeu that remarkable H
BK man was censured by the House aud re-
BB signed nis seat, Judge Cowen, "by tbe e
H unanimous vote of the Committee, ooni- o:
BJ posed of Democrats and Whigs, was fi
Bf ' made its Chairman. He w alao a e
Bf member of the Committee of Ways and 11
BJ Means, and championed the celebrated c
Bf "Tariff of '42," which was p w-e ! f
BJ through the House by only one majority I'
B and that one vote, Mr. Sjtaoly, of North "
BX Carolina, was secured by Judge Cowen 'e '"
BE personal exertions. He introdered the
BJ resolution in the House limiting y
speeches to one hour, which, we believe,
B is still a rule of the House. A candidate n
B for re-election in 1842, be was beaten by D
BL Mr Joseph Morris, of Monroe. The de- v
BJ ceased was a member of the Ohie House
BJ of Representatives in the years 184d-. tl
B - He was chai roan of the Finance Com-
miuee, ami, m oouuection with the late
H Alfred Kelly. Ieaased ati'l put turongii n
f the Legislature the State Bank and Tax li
HJ laws, probably i be mon. itupor -iui iegis-
j lation ever eiiucled in Ohio. The iftfcei
Bl measure completely revolutionikeil :ui V
B system of assessing tases iu Ohio.
Bj While in the Legislature he put through ti
a resolution ezpungiugacensureol John "
tiumcy Adams, for tbe celebrated Haver U
B hill resolutions in favor of a dissolution
V of the Union, which Mr. Adams had pre-
sented in Congress and for which he w
J received aletterof thanks from the"01d bt
B Man Eloquent." In the Wiuter of 1846-7 d
the Legislature elected him Presiding
Judge of the Court of Common Plea for 'a
B the District composed of the counties ol w
Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, JetTersou
B aud Monroe, euoceediiig Judge Kennon,
B :intl be served in that capacity uutil the at
Bl -adoption of tbe New Constitution. At w
BL ne outbreak of the late war he took an
B active part in raising and equipping
K troops, and as a member of the Military tb
F Committee for this Congressional Dis- M
8 Met rendered important and valuable w
C service to the country. He, in connec- z
tion with Rnaweil Marsh, of Steuben- '
Bf viile, aud Judge Bostwick, of Caiit,
B was appointed 4 Commission to inveti-
Bf gate tbe cases of citizen prisoners held F
H for treason and other high crimes, and .i
H for several months labored patientsy and
B industriously at St. Louis, Alton and ,
B Chicago. 1
Judge Cowen was a remarkable man.
B He was always foremost in mattem of
public improvement, and always bad G
generous words and was ready to do ei
hard work to advance the cause of edu-
cation, to construct good roads, or other
B? work that would make our people bet
H ter and happier. Unselfish and untiring ,j,
n bis labors, it will probably be long
before we meet bis like ugaiu.
In politics, an Anti-Slavery Whig and
then a Republican, he had taken an
active part for the hist forty years. This "
is, doubtless, tbe only canvass in which u
be has not made speeches, excepting the
B years he was on tbe bench, since 1836
B or '40. (o
Bj But only those who have known him o
at his own fireside appreciate the beauty '
B of his character. During an association tr:
M of this kind which ran through a period ta
of einhteen years, the writer does not
remember a single instance in which
b xpoke an unkind word to any
aueiiiber of his household. Always kind,
ti1 patient, and gentle, he was a model
Judge C -wen was a laborious student
and a hard worker. Only a week or two
Vfore his death he tried two or three
cases in the District Court. While argu
ing one of them be broke down and was
compelled to take bis seat. Judge Scott
told him to finish his argument sitting,
and tbe Court would listen to him with
pleasure. "This old body is nearly worn
out." he replied, and, after resting a few
momenta, got up and finished his argu
ment. A man of singularly plain notions and
habits of dress and living, but, without
exception, the most benevolent we ever
knew, hie thoughtful kindness has em
balmed bis memory in the hearts of
scores of people; and, surely, to no per
son whom we have ever known will tbe
words of Leigh Hunt so fitly apply:
"He loved his fellow-men. "
J. B. L.
An aujourneu meeting pi me tuxr
was held at tbe Clerk's Office this morn- '
ing. Gen. James Weir in the chair and '
Col J. F. Charles worth Secretary. i
The following jaU-learrs werechosei.: .
J. R Mi cbell. Joseph C. Pratt,
R. E. Chambers, Geo. H. Umstead.
St . Clair Kelly, J. B. Campbell,
L. Dsnfonl, O J. Swauey,
Roes J . Alexander, J. W. Shannon, i
Alexis Cope. Thos. H. Ferrell. '
St. Clair Kelly, Esq., for a Committee, '
reported a series of resolutions, which
ire will print next week. J
Tbe funeral took place at 1 o'clock. ,
His remains were followed to their last
nesting place by the largest funeral pro
fession we have witnessed for many
rears, headed by his physician, the cler- :
:y and thtfSt. ClairBville Bar.
Mr H. S. Walker, of toe Wheeling
Register, made a speech in behalf ot '
Pendleton, at the Court House, on Fri-
Isy night of last week. It being in tb '
Didst of the County Fair, by tbe aid of a 1
and a very good meeting was drummed '
We listened attentively to Mr. Walk- '
r's carefully prepared address, but I
ailed to discover anything new or re- 1
uarkable in it. He proposes to pay off b
be bonded debt by an issue of greenback
urrency one of the exploded humbugs
rhicb tbe Democracy itself i ejected v
rhen it rejected Pendleton at New I
fork. Talked about tbe Freed man's
lureau, in blissful ignorance, we must,
heritably presume, of the fact that that 1
nstitution went out of existence almost c
year ago. And of the tarrifT. too, he t
eemed to know not much more than be '
id of the Freedman'a Bureau. But
rhen be got to the Fifteenth Amend- a
lent he seemed to be more at home, and a
itched into the inevitable negro with
. isH rahlevim. That part of Mr W 'r J
1-t-eefi which Htruck us with the most t.
irec was his remarks about labor and
inital. Mr. W appeared as he cham J
ion of the Uboritig man; and, although ;
e had on a suit of French-broadcloth, t
iu! had bear's oil on hi- hair and a
tost killing moustache under his nose. J(
ur friends of the pick and shovel must e
ot think be always dresses that way, c
r. we are assured be disguises himself
ius when on the stump in order to S
umbur the other class. Toward the g
lose of his sddrees the speaker pro- a
ounced a very eloquent eulogy on the
Lost Cause," which stirred the Demo-
ratic heart to its profoundest depths. n
The Joust Meetings. --The meetings
e held next week by R. J. Alexan-
er. Esq., and the editor of the Chroni- ,V
lk. for join; di4Cusion of the ques- fi
MMMtf Psii )-.; and Paying the Govern-i'-nt
Bon i-; Rope iling the Nalion:il
!-nkin r Law; XVtii Anend.-nent. and
i".- Politics, -"em t be attracting
v gjtnul a lSHlaa both in ami out
I hi' NMty
'..(; it wW, if the weather is
voiai!9, be very ijirge, and ample ar
iaeineata hould he made by the
adiug men of both parties at the points
here the meetings are to be held, to
commodate those who may attend.
his is the true method of canvassing,
ml should be encouraged.
Did it Hurt Yod? On Tuesday T
'-niiig, Sept. 14th, the editor of the ai
hron'ICLE made speech to a large W
b-etiug in l he Court douse at Cadiz.
iie Caiiz Sentinel of the following
Mk had nearly i w coiumiiH of space j
-upied iu trying to counoar.tct the iu- w
uence of that tpaecii, and ia vniitt ion pi
f his awurance that he would treat us
iirly, the editor misrepresents nearly ip
very argument we made. We consider a
ie. Sentinel attack of our speecb highly
t.npliuaentary. cciuid not fairly re- w
ite us. therefore it misrepresents us. S
- attempt to counteract tbe effect of
be speech is evidence that it burt some- sj
A Narrow Escapb. Mr. Joseph H. V
est, of Bridgeport, met with an acci- r.
ut last Thursday, which came very la
ear being fatal. He was driving a i"
Drse belonging o his father, Dr. Henry
.'est. and, when opposite Stephens',
the National Road, Wrest of town, hi
te animal became frightened and At
immenced plunging about at a fearful
tte. The buggy finally turned over and 0!l
tched Mr. West out headforemost. He ef
as picked up insensible, and carried F
i" Stephens' Fortunately Dr. Luke VI
nmMioxea bis way to the Fair, was d
rar nj sou sppueo tne proier restora-
ces. and saves! liis life. A little son of
r. West's was in the buggy with him
it escaped unhurt.
The C untv Fair, held last week,
its tne in ml successful held since tbe j
igiiiBiug of the late var. Ou Thurs
ly and Friday the attendance was very
rge. The balls, pens and stalls, too, 0f
ere fuller than for many years past. fo
We have not learned what the receipts a8
nounted to, but are told the Society
ill be able to pay its premiums in full. 32
Is "making up" the fourth page of
is issue, our foreman mixed up Ik. JjJ
arvel's tender recital of Avondale with ra
ark Twain's levity in a most provo tb
ng manner. e
A DISPATCH was received iu town on tu
riday last announcing the death oflj
iss Amanda Bwker, formerly of St.
MirMviUe, at her home, near Fairfield, (.('
P kso8 visiting Bellaire will find tbe
lobe House, kept by our friend Morris,
:celled by no other in this part of tbe
The St. Clairsville Building Associa
n on Monsday night sold a loan of
25 at 18 per cent, premium.
The People of the West end will hear
me good Union music, if they will go
1 to Barnesville on Friday.
The Board of Education of Richland let
wnship will meet in St. Clairsville,
turday, Oct. 9th, at 10 o'clock, ta JJ
itnsact business of the utmost impor- )ej
iicp to all. mr
J. B. RYAN. TP. Clerk.
We direct the Attention of sporting
men to the trot advertisement to come
off on Wheeling Island Trotting Park.
Saturday, October 9th. 1
The regular monthly meeting of the j
"Women's Missiotary Society," of the
M. E. Church, will be held at the Par
sonage, Tuesday, Oct. 5th, at 2 o'clock 1
In the afternoon.
MRS. GRANT. Pres't.
AMELIA ADAMS, See'y.
BELLAIRE, Sept. 25, '69.
Bills were posted all over our town to- 1 1
day, announcing the fact that there 1 I
would be a grand Democratic rally
that the Hou. Jo Geiger, of Columbus. ; j
would give them a live speech at tbe ; (
City Hall ; aud from outside indications ,
I supposed that the faithful timon pvrc '
would be there ia force. About eight J
3 clock I went around expecting to find , ,
the meeting in full blast, but all was 1 ;
lark, not a vestige of it was to be found; ' i
M.newhat oewildered aud no little ae- ' 1
sonisiied, I wended my way home again;
H my way hvwever, I jiereeived that
juite a number of the faithful had ad- N
ourned to tbGse elegant and sweet- i
icented estabUshuients termed saloom, ,
Irinking freely and demolishing the j 1
Segro-lovers, Black Republicans, Tern.- j 1
teraiicert, Ac, at a great rate. Ttie -nesting
was a complete fizzle.
I also saw a bill posted upaunouncing
leveral Democratic meetings. an-iaino:i.- ;
ithers one at Powbattau, where it was j
tinted Doctor Weyer would be present,
'graciously, 1 suppoie." Now, from the !
u -inner with wiiich tbe Doctor sticks to
lis old Htate-RiiihU-Calboun-Pro-Sla- !
rery Tenets, and insists to Oe elected
hereon, he reminds me of a story of an
ild uoatmauof our town : He says be
ra passing down the river several years
go, and he observed a great many holes
a th-' river bank -nade by the martins
a shield their nests iu, aud at the time
bought it a curious fact iu natural his
ory. Some two or three years after
rardha Dasseddowu theriverazainand
rceived. he said, that the river bank
iad washed away aud the martin holes
.ere sticking out about two feet "all
Ou Wednesday last, several hundred
olored folks assembled here from all
be parts adjacent, to celebrate tbe
Emancipation Proclamation. They had
band of music with. them, and march
d in procession through tbe town and
fterward assembled at the City Hall
nd had several speeches, which were
aid to be very good. The affair was a
reditable one to the colored people, and
ur citizens treated tbem kindly and
One of those mongrel affairs, half ani
i ,l show and half circus, stopped at our
own this week aud carried away a large
ile of currency, judging by the large at
endance. Mr. Reuben Long, formerly one of our
itizens, was buried here on Wednes
ay. The Lodge of Odd Fellows attend
d the funeral, with a lare number of
The school enumeration of our town
lip aud town is as follows: District 1,
i6; 3,222 : 4, 93 ;5,64;0, 77;7, 27; 8,
I ; 9, 84 ; fractional, 6. Of these there
re 499 males, 443 females; only' 10 color
I children are of this number. Bell
ire city enumerates 1,231 children; of
tese 610 are males, 621 females ; of this
umber 38 are colored, 16 males and 20
tuiales. A census of the town wax
iken at the time by Mr. G. W. Wilton,
hich will show a population of a little
trer 3.000. I have not got the exact
irures. f m;iv send them hereafter.
From the Republican, of last week.
Lieut. Gov. Lee and Hons. J. B. Bur
rowjaiid R. M. Corwinc speak at Cald
well Mouday, Oct. 4.
Rkv. Kleiber, Catholic Priest at
Fuldah, while returning home from
Woodsfield.ashorttim ago. was thrown
from his horse and seven-ly. though not
AMPCTATiojf. Mrs. Hiltou, ol Mid
dleburg, sixty-eight years 01 age. had a
mb amputated below the knee, ln-t
hursday. The disease rendering the
nputatiou necessary wis sffsife yan-
enc. At List accounts the patient wa
Accident. A Mr. M. L. Wilson, of j
imiiierfi-td, while going down Hall's 1
ill. near Spencer's station, iu a spring
agon, with two middle aged ladies as ;
tsscngers, were upset by his team be-
imiug unmanageable, and one of the :
'lies, it is thought, fatally injured,
lie other lady and driver escaped with
The Noble County Medical Society
ill hold its semi-annual meeting at '
jmmertield, on the ISth of October, i
usiness of importance will be before '
le meeting, and a full attendance is de-!
Sad Accident.- A little girl of three j
lars, daughter of Ambrose Merry, liv
gon Salt Run. me three miles from !
tldwell, met with a horrible death
st week. Tbe family had been keep
jr 'bread, poisoned with arsenic, about j
ip house to kill rats. Accustomed to
it her it up each morniug. they had j
erlooked a piece which was lying be- i
ud a door and this the child found and
e. A physician was not immediately j
lied, but active emetics were given in !
rge quantities. As it grew worse medi-1
1 aid was procuied, but despite every )
Sin. after lying in great agony from
riday morning till the following !
'ednesday night, it died. We are KeU '
m called to record so sad a case.
From the Times, of last week.
A Republican mass meeting will be
held at Cambridge, Saturday, Oct. 2.
Lieut. -Gov. Lee, and Hons. R. M. Cor-
ue and J. B. Burrows .peakc.-s.
Mr. Joseph Smith, who has just ta-
n the enumeration of the corporation
Cambridge for school pur poses, in- i
rms us that there is now, between the
es of five and twenty-one years, a ,
lal of 778, divided as follows : White
sles, 366; females, 359; colored males,
; females 21.
CRAPES Extraordinary. On Sat
day last, Mr. M. L. McConu showed
a rare specimen of Coucord grapes,
i-ed in his vineyard, three miles trora
is place. One of these grapes nieasur-
three and one-eighth inches in cir-
ruference and sixteen of them weighed
ree and a quarter ounces. They were
rfectly sound and delicious to the
A canvass hand belonging to Bryan's
reus in jumping from a wagon at '
imbsrland, last Tuesday, felland broke
From the Jeffersonion, of last week.
Another Collision. On Tuesday
evening two .nijin ubius couieu near 1
Campbell's Station, smashing the en
gines. Tbe men jumped off and were
The Cambridge Tunnel. This ex- 1
pensive aud heretofore dangerous work
I is being completely arched, so that no
more caving in of earth and stoppage of
trains will occur. In addition to the
break of 65 feet, the arch has been ex ,
ided 75 feet rurtner west. '1 he entire 1
igtb of the tunnel is 725 feet. The
w arching is double, bein thirty ,
dies thick. The work is being very I
efully done the very best of stone ;
ng used and, when finished, tbe
ire earth that falls upon it the strong
and safer it will be.
We call the attention of pi.'" readers
the sale of the Cochran proper!. in Pease
fownship. This farm is one 01 t!is most
iesirable in the county. Tbe o;l is rich I
snd the sub-soil inexhaustibls. It is
idapted to all kinds of train atid pecu
liarly adapted to trrape culture, iihs : it
lying to the East-South and ou: li-Ens:t
It is within two milts of Martinsferry I
ind Bridgeport, a. id near the pikes lend
ing to lioth places. It is well watered,,
Uld coaled. It has a lylendid aid and!
new orchard, and is wel! worth $l.00i!
jr $184100. Don't lose a chance to buy a;
The New York Herald, oi ?epl. MthJ
ipeakingof the public debt, and whal
lias been paid on it says :
"Taking the whole year up to Septem-j
er reckoning the bondn Issued to thel
Pacifi"' Railroaii as a paxt ei the debt I
,he debt was diminisiied iu tiiut period
ver thirty seven and a half miiliuiis.
Mien there is this gratifying fact, tha:
he increase of income over expenditures
ecomes larger from month to mouth,
f this state of things should continue till
he first year of Oeneral Grant's admin- j
stration closes, the debt will be redtired j
robably during that time one hundred;
Captain hamuel Boone, a grandson 01 1
Daniel Bone, of Kentucky, died in Cal-j
away county, Missouri, on Sunday last,!
it the age of eighty-eight. He was!
Kirn in Madison county, Kentucky, in
782. He was married in l8o4. his wife
urviviug him, they having lived to-j
;ether for snore than sixty-live years.
UNION MASS MEETING!
At. Barnesville, Oct. 1.
I Ths State Union Central Committee has ap-' v
j pointed a Mass Meeting at Barnesville, Friday i
Gen. Join C. Lee, If
Lieutenant Governor of Ohio.
Hon. Samuel Galloway.!
I And other distinguished speakers will be pres-1
j ent aud address the People upon tiie'sabjects
of Greenbacks, Banks, High Taxes, Ac.
Com, up to Barnesville, then, on 1st. mid have
your patriotism and love of country rekindled. ;
Come one, come all of both political parties,!
and hear these distinguished speakers.
By arrangement between the Executive Com-!
mittees of the two political parties, Ross J. Ai
ex an dkk. Chairman of Uemoerutlc Central j
Committee, and C !.. Pogrman, M ill hold joint j
meetings for the discussion of the following !
1. Taxation and mode of payment of Govern- '
Repeal ot National Banking Law.
8. XVtn Amendment and Reconstruction. '
4. Htate Politics.
PL.ACES OK HOLDING M KKTINCS. I
KOMERTON, Oct. 4. p. K. .
JACOBSBVRGH, Oct. 3, 1 p. K.
FLCHHTJtG, Oct. 0. 1 p. ut. pu
ST. CLAxBSVIIXE, Oct. 7, p. M. u'
MORKIWTOWN, Oct. 8, 1 p. v.
1IELLAIR10, Oct.9,6Jp. a. I"
Open and close ulternateiy. al
Opening speech 1 hour. th
Second speech 1J hour. ol
Closing speech hour. i
All personalities and inleiTupiious to be
avoided by both sides. I
Dtscnsslon to commence at Die time specified.
Both parlies are requested to sea that perfect
good order is prest-rved at the meetings.
Union Republican Meetings.
The Exeiiilive Commitieeof the Republican i
Party beg leave lo announce the following '
P. TALLIN AN, will spenkat
HEXORY.-BURG, Tuesday eve. Oct. 5,7 P5
o'clock P. H. jo
L. DAXPORO KSQ,-, Will speak at ap
BELMONT, Saturday October 2d, 7 !J p, a,
. POWHATTAN POINT, Monday October 4th Wj
'H r be
FOWLERS SCHOOL HOUSE, Mead Town-!"1,,
ship, Tuesday October 5th, 7 )i p. , j
FLUSHING, Thursday October 7lh 7 U p. M. i nil
BARNESVILLE, October 9th. 7 p. ii. J
MARTINSVILLE, Monday October 11th, 7 U use
r. . pr.
-V. H. ft V It BE K A, ALEXIS COPK Esq., as
will speek at pic
BETHE.SDA, Wednesday September 2)th, 1
MT. OLIVET, Thursday, Septemtjer Mb. 7 fl
HENDRYSBURGH, featurdsy, October ii, ai'i
TAP. It. Th
LOYDSVILL, Monday, 1th, 7 ) 2 p. M. I
Additional meetings wili lie announced In Dri
due time. .
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TO CONSUMPTIVES. E
'the Advertiser, having ' been restored to A
health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, c
after having suffered several yearB with a severe
lung n flection, aud that dread disease. Con- XI
sumption is anxious to make known to his I I
ellow-sufferers the raeansof cure. "
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the I I
prescription nsed (free of charge), with the di
rections for preparing and using the same, I
which they wfll And a SckkCcke kokCossump
tion. Asthma, Broschitis. etc. Tlie object of
the advertiser In sending the Prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information
Which he conceives to be invaluable; and he
hopes every sudrrer (rill try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, and may ui e a lilies
Parties wishing the prescription, will please I
address Iev. KDWAItD A. WILSON, JjJ
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York,
Trotting Matoli for $500. nr
Over Wheeling; Island Trotting Park,
SATURDAY' afternoon, Octorn-r 9th, at 1
o'clock p. M.
Thomas A. Muciiel enters Bay Mare, Prim,
J. V. Reynolds tt Co. enler Sorrel Melding,
i. V. Reynolds enters Bay Mare. I.M'e Queen . ,
Ms! J V
Admission 25 esa ,
J. V. Reynolds, Propriutc;r, j
Fruit Trees i
A LARGE lot for sale at I he
St. Clairsville Nursery.
APPLE, PEAR, PEACH, PLUM, QUINCE,
APRICOT. 4c, Ac.
50,000 Grape Vines, Tl,e
CONCORD, two vears old, $5 per one hundred
r 95 per 1,01)0. IVES' SEEDLING, S10 per IU0,
it tint) per 1,000. And nil other varieties at the
tame rates, ,
tf J. H., H EATON, p'j
w. ' . . ford
mXfitWMW JIllCC. and
N OTICE is hereby given Hint In the Probate i 2
Court of Belmont County, Ohio, the under-4 ,,,,
ilgned were appointed and qualified as Kxecu-i S
o-d the estate of Nathan P. Grlssell, dee'd,
ate of said county.
All persons indebted to tho estate are request- 4
Mlto make Immediate iaymcnt. and those hnv- ,
ng claims against the same wili present them Ol tl
o the undersigned within one year from this JOII
JOHN D. Y'OCUM, tn
SAMUELS. T0MLIN80N, J.
srp.10-3w Kxrs. of Nathan P. Grlssell, fori
I i 1 G. (.
Grain, Graps & Grazing farm
ijfcXO.NGlNG to tUe heirs, oi ito fri Cociiran,
LJ siiuau-'i tu'u milts bucic ul lartta'a Ferry
and Bridgeport, wn. be utlt-reu himleM Hie
preinises, on "1 1'Ksi AY, tlie Unll ol Ucl. n-xi.
It cou tains UM acie i ru-ii, inexnaatible ;
ittiid ; MMM the best producing in county,
aud is admirably auapUd to jtiape culture
better Hum ttie river twit, us ui lieeiioiu bogs
aud tuui sia.e of aimMpijfcre wtiici: ma oiteu
produces miidew. ?eveuly oi Mpplc ftf-
ty quiuec, .hirty plum, tuauy ouercy, rur and
otber fruil bcanug rees. It is e.i WMitiland '
Uaibe.ed; lies I'Ml fllMMIl itiil OuUlb-fiBKl nioiit
iy, close to giM'd piliis Ii milt tn -Vat Lin's Ker
ry aud Bndu pjrt near market a q asobd
Dr-ightr.i:Knlt and i a lortuue uuy une de
siriug totaitw gcnaln, Mck srapea.
A Oes.rabi t-. n tot iu MarthiS Ferr- i i be
Odfeted for yAr SiHUe dilV.
Sep:. Wj II Wj. TI
- - - j
ELLEN PBCKLJaae HaloMaoao). Martrri L
Peck, Angeliue Peek ana William Peck,!
all of Belmont county, Ohio, and John Peck, '
Corydon Peck, Susannah Peck and Oeorge1
Peck, all of f fflH dbCBty, low j, will take no- .
ticetlmt. on BoatOSSkor JUth, UWV, in the Bel-1
Moal eouiily Common l'ieas Court, Elizaleth
Peck tiled a petition against tkeat, demanding:
partition ot about live acres of land, iu two 1
tracts.i both in Belmont county. First being
the land sold by James Henderson and wile, to
Da-, id Peck, in the Booth-East corner of the j
North-East uuarter Of .Section 1, Township s,
Kange 4; the secoud adjoiuingthe first, former
ly owned by Bi lee scot'., in i?e. tion XL Town
ship 7, Range:!, both owned by David Peck at :
tiis decease; and taat at next tens of said Court,
the said Elizabeth will apply for an Older mat
partition be made of said premises.
ELIZABETH PECK. I
Sept.3o. ls6S. 6w.
Farm for Sale.
1 WILL sell at private sale, upon reasonable:,
terras, time and payments, one hundred',
ind fifty-three acres oflaiid belonging lo tlie
leirs of Charles Danford, deceased, and now oc- ,
mpled by Adam Arnold; said land being one- j
ourth ol a mile from I he lowri ol BeiilsvihY,
Hource county, Ohio, and ou the Powhattan j.
'oad. A giHjd orchard and other improvements
m this larm ; together uith its silnatiou and I
luajity of soil, make it one ol the most I esira- j
lc farms in that section o country. Inquire i
or further particulais of the subscriber, in
A'ashiugton township, Belmont county, Ohio.
SAMUEL DANKORD. j,
Sept. -lii, 2w J
To tbe Public. !
HH SCHOOLS OF ST. CLAI.i.sVlLLE will j 1
I be organized for work, ou M uday, Sept. I
Seliolars ouuide the District will beatlniilted J
) the several departments upon the following i o
rms; High School department. Eight Dollars In
er term of Twelve Weeks. Grammar School P
epartment.-Sii Dollars per term oi Twelve ! fi
eeks. In all school of lower grade. Knur v
(Ubm per term ot Twelve Weeks, 7'uitlou ;B
ayable in advance In all cases. No deduction N
m the term price, except iu cases ot actual fj
ckness. Same termsforall pupils overSchool
je withiu the Distrit t.
The following course ol study. In the High oi
nliooL has been adopted: I -
Alsebrsr Ra 's Part 1st. -Latiu
Oreek, (optional)-llarkners-M lutroduclion. , ,t
French " Fish' r's French Reading, i V
Nat. Philosophy CambrMpe i'l'i sics, iz
Kaglish LauguaKe M'-ciutfy's n. s. Header.!
Voeml Music, Map ilrawiugimd Compoeition.
SECOND YEAR. , it
Geometry RaK Sei es. pi
Lntiu llarknesh's Keaderand lesar.
History of the L". .s. Quackeubos.
Astronomy iambridKe Physics. 1
Greek, i.Oplionali Heavier.
French, Jean Mace's I. Homme.
L'hemistry L'umbritlg.' Physics. .
Vocal Musicand Odm position. j X
THIUD KAlt. J
Higher Algebra Ray's Series. ,jt
Krencti, (Optional Telamaque. j ed
LJreek, u Anaba-sis. i n
Physiology Huxley and Youman's. I pr
Botany1 wood's bjtet lessons.
Vocal Music and Composition.
rrigonometry aud Survi y lof Hay's Series. T1
Jeornetry Dana's. ; J-
Kreoeh, (Optional; Naple-.n. ; X
Jreek, " C'yropectia. of
Meuiai Science. ' j oil
tVri-ten Reviewof Physics. nt
"la--eb wili beloriiifd in Greek and French, if! wl
slnsOViMSd thougli pupils may omit tltobe i in
anwiinis, tiiey are most earuestiy advised to
ter Lhe Schools with a determined purpose to
rsue all the other branches all are necessary
a liberal education, practical, in the least 1
rise of tiat word.
1'upils on entering the Schools ra expected
enter the classes tor which t hey are fitted. j
to Hoard of Education in the iuterett of the -
hoois, and teachers, most earnestly call the
tension of patrons to the importance, indeed ! j, ,
p nticessity.of sending papllsat i hebetfinning ! ij
the tern'., and requiring poBclmUlt durlpgrj1(
. continuance. J u
iy order of the Board. t ...i
R. E. CHAMBERS. Clerk. 2E
?ept. 2fr-tf Jj,
Notice to Bridge Builders. S
BALED PROPOSALS will he received al the
Auditor's offlce, in St. t lairville, unt;l
on on Thoradsy v Oct. 2S, tfo, tor builuingaTu- lei
lur Wrouglu XrouTrus.. Bridge over VV he- aug
re);, at the right of t oe present bridge at M -ileu'S
old null. Said bridge to be 84 feet long
the clear, and road way H feet wide,
fids will also be received at the same time
d place for doing tlie necessary masou wort, ,
ord ing to tlie following specifications, to wit: k
'he masonry to consist ol t wo abutments, to 1
built of quarried freestone; all face stone to
not less thau lo inches thick, with beds equal
their ihicknexK, and well Monti together by 1
id en at intervals of not to exceed 10 feet g
art iu each course. Each stone to be dressed in,
ii ti ue anil even surface aud laid i-u Rangejif
rk; the face to le what is termed rock work, of i
th rough points broken off, ami laid up in the I eoi
a workmanlike manner, (q the satisfaction j tm
the Superintendent. The stone to be laid in ! ia
11-tempered mortar, comp.ised of two parts jj0
.lean snarp sand to one Of quick lime, to be or,
xed at least t lirce days before being used'ni
II all masonry to have asufTicient quantity of j the
draullc cement added immediately before cos
Hi. Each course to tc full grouted with a me
per portion of cement, of such consistency gai
toaUow it to run iu aud flit the wall com cos
'he abutments to rest on a platform of hewed Ja3
iber 1 inches square and 'M feet long, cover- 15
with two inch plank well spiked down with an
inch spike, and to b- sunk to such depth as p
Superintendent may think necessary. The
jtmeufs also to have coping nn face and ends. s
wit: lis at tte upper eniotthe bridge to be
eet long. Toe wings at the lower end ot Lhe! ,
dge to be S feet long.
da em bank mem necessary tone bid on by a
yard. Any excavations to be included In! t
bid tor stone work or by the yard. The con- UI1(
el or to have the stone in the old abutments.
y coffer dam, building or pumping water to
included in the bid for stone work.
:y order of Commissioners. flt
R. M.CLARK, Tne
.Vditok sOfficf, St. Clairsville, Sept. 16, ,'69. prJ;
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il aud Southern Indiana. PI
K. Cuaklkhwoktu, t Clairsville, Agent Iore.
Belmont County. npli-ly H
New Advertisements. New Advertisements.
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The New York Uook Co,, 115 Nassau St., New
' ag5-8w j
aluable Farm tor Sad, -
WILL sell the farm on which I reside at a
bargain, containing 1119 acres, about 25 acres
t timber, the balance under cultivation well -atered,
the Wheelingveln otcoal lifeet under
r the most part, easy or access. There ison the
irm agood Fram Honse, an Orclianl of good
sriety of fruit Situated three miles West ofi
ridgeport, Belmont County, Ohio, near the
at lonal Road. For particulars enquire of the
ibscriber on the premises.
, D. Ti PARSHALL.
Washington (Pa) Reporter, please copv for
oe month and send bill to this offlce.
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. In the
1 Probate Court of Belmont County, Ohio
le undersigned was appo.nted and qualified as '
dm nistratorof the estate of Thomas Carle-i
n, dee'd. late of said County.
All persons Indebted to said estate are requeot
I to iniike immediate payment, and those hav-
ig claims against said estate are required to
esentthera wilhin oncpear from this date 1
TOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in the1
Probate Court of Belmont County Ohio i '
e undersigned was appointed and qualified as i
J ninistrator or the estate of Sarah Bishop"1 I
d, late 01 said County. p .
Vll persons indebted tosaid estate are request-
to make Immediate payment, and those hav- 1
I claims.igainst said estate are requested to 1
esent thein witi. in ..ne year from Mils dale
ScpLlv. L. FRAME, Adrn'r! J ,
0 Owners of Steam Boilers, j 1
HEREBY NOTIFY all owners of Sieam Boil- 1
ei-s,tlial they are required, according 10 Art I
May ,th, 1W. to Inform me in writingTwithin
e month from HUa date, of the locality and 1
imberof-uch boilers owned by such; falling ,
a'icted p, Ui,ltJ 'ifie" by iil Act will bi J
Deputy Inspector of Steam Boilers,
Legal Notice. I
OTICE Is hereby given thai, Jacob Heath
eringloii Jas. G. Archer, George Mertz
tin Archer and John Rodefer, Trustees or lhe i
selples Chnrcb of Bellaire, Ohio, have filed 4
-ir petitions in the Court of Common Pleas of
imont county. Ohio, the object and prayer of
ilch is, for authority to sell the following
iperty, to wit : Situated in the town of Bell- 1
e, Belmont county. Ohio, and described on (
- p. at or said town as Lot No. ten, (10) being .
' sanie lot as conveyed to the Trustees or said 1
urcli by Mary Adams, April 10, im. for the r
and benefit of the Society of Disciples s
niti petition will be for hearing at tbe next
m of said Court.
M. D. KING, ,,
ept.16,-. Attorney for Petitioners.
AN ORDINANCE "
1 prohibit penaaa from reaMlate( on a
:lif streets, corners, alievs. &e., of 'lie
uoorporated Village of Martin's Fer
y, alter cert; in hours. h
EC. L Be it ordained by the Council of the c
mrporated Village of Martin's Ferry That '
uy person or persons shall (after the hours' n
10 o'clock, p. M.) remain out on the streets tl
nets, alleys, or cellar doors or said village to
I annoyance or peaceful citizens, .and not i
nngany legitimate business oat alter said ! I
ir.ilhe same shall be guilty of a misdemean-1 .
and be subject to arrest ami imprisonment
1 Ii found gnilty be fined in any sum, not less !
in one nor more than twentv dollars and I f
ts of prosecution, ami in delault of the pay- ! I
nt thereoishall be committed lo the jail of I X
11 Tillage sul-fect to work out the tine and
ts on theehain gnng, on the streets and al-'
s of said village, at the rate of ofle dollar per I
r, unless sooner discharged. )
F.r. I Thl Ordinance snail take ellcet from
I after its passage,
assed Aug. 5th. MB,
v nr.. J,AM12? KAfLESON, Mayor.
, F. HEAN. Recorder.
ithitmi rafor's .Yoticc.
OTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN that. In the
Probate Court of Belmont County, Ohio, the
lersigned were appointed and qualified as!
siinistratorsof the .estate of Abram lash
'd, late of said Conntv. .,
II persons indebted tosaid estate are request- ;
0 make immediate payment, and those hav- I
claims against said estate are required to
sent them within one year from this date
JAMES A. GRAY, I
ip2-ow Adm'r ot Abram Lash, dee'd. ran
' ! COK
Probate Court. "t
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow- Ef
lug named Executors, Administrators, and tlL
irdians have filed in my offlce, at St. i 'lairs
e, Ohio, their accounts and vouchers for set- a
cent, to wit: . v.
lni M. Gardner, Executor of Carolus Jud
s, dec d.
arrison Massie, Adm'r of William Frazier, J
ake Voorhles, Adm'r of John Smith, dee'd. EK
B. smith, Adm'r of Dennis Haley, dee'd. v
lines Tarbert, Guardian of Martha E. and 22
athan Tarbert, wards. Mm
B. Smith, Adm'r or Henry George, dee'd.
ihn Henderson, Guardian of Robert P. and SI
-anda A. Henderson, wards. boii
illtani G. Barnard, Ex. of Thomas Barnard, out
nilha Campbell, Guardian of Sarah M. ! or 1
ipbell. ward. I tna
iza J.Templelon, Guardian of James A. and rm
11 S. Templetoil, wards.
" t Garduer, Adm'r or Joseph Sharp,
mes Gladden, Guardian of John T. Stone-I
ker, ward. i jl
lerlrst six above named will be for hear- Llf
and settlement on thelMth and the remain- I
six on the ltli (lay or September. "
a W. CARROLL, ProbateJudge. jpt
Clairsville Bu'lding Aasooiation ig
Delinquent Stock Sale. "ut
ENRYPIPER, owning five sharesorstock In me!
the St. Clairsville Building Association dm
having neglected and remsed to pay the
almenta th ttem formorethan sixty days ,1Be
r due. is her by notlded that his stock wUl ;r t
fTe.red for sale at pubic auction at a regular
ting lobe held In St. Clairsville, on Men ,
, OctolKT SHh, lsi5i, or lor wahl or bidders, at I sen
1 regular meellug thereafter, until the same torI
ild, to pay delinquent instalments and the
s, penalties and charges, are and then may
' order of the Board.
D. D. T. COWEN, Pres t, 1 t
IMXm Cope. Sec. A. i
instuwii Union ttoUi
IK fall and winter term or the Morristown ' Dial
Union School will commence on Monday. I
ember ?Tth. A. II. piisi. and end April 1st,
The Board of Education have secured the
ices of Prof. J. K. Watson, as Superinteli
l.and to take charge of the High school de
ment a ge.itlemaii who stands high as , ,
Educator, under whoso Instruct Ion a thor- j r
i English Education may be attained, as
School will be n-gularlv graded aud ample ; , ',,
himodatlons. Our New Schrail Building, J.
ow fitted up. and ready to be oecupl-1 '
iiuiiiberoi.-sc'holars outside ot the I list net i
bene miuodated In the High school He- Jr.
aing Iadles and Gentlemen, wishing a good B'
llsh Fducation. would do well to apply be-
f;olng toadistance. Terms liberal,
y orderor the Board. .,
So s. 31 and 33 Ma;!n Street' Ceatre Wheeling-
Amd '"RIENpsANI THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL .
I i i MK I LEAS I" RE TO INFORM MY t ! 'ddluons to my stock or
lhatlU ive iu store and am daily recclv.ng large i.
m m mm
; rlavrhg :he L.-irgest Variety and a more general aaaortai m i in I 1 " II , nH i Mi
conui-o.eo wilhDry G..(-ls, Notions and tarprt BittabUsUnKnt tZ2rE!?JSr "
esiab ibmeui, which enables me to buy and sell a much btrger qu- , ti iv of r "rv
.estabUsiuoents in uieeiiy iu our line, and in couse.,ueuto of w1"c 1 ein l.f. n?nyV ,
ess prices ! studying economy in every department having " rent t?ra7i " tn,em at
busmen at U-s, expense than any other house iu the trade. Dinl l ,JS'Z w,a latVr
j man.y audcoiupeteut salesmen, the most fastidious cannot fell SSSmlSS " ' 8entle"
special aitenliou is invited lo a lew articles ct our slock. . p":li,,
mournSin,','CrapeBatUerlft' Alexandria Cord, and many other style, of good, soluble for
WHITE GOODS A large assortment of all the different i j -i' - "-" . ,
Lawn, Victoria Lawn; SoR Bnishe-l Jaconet, SUiped JaconetatTi' r-i', 'a1i';fo''. BhoPg'
Graneilein Veiling or all colors; Flannels 0 all kdYand price" aJaooneU. BrlUJants, Piques.
CLOTHS CAS8IMERES, SATINETS, JEANS. CASHMERETS. jt, ,,, ,
Tr.nCins.aL'COm,n0d"te SSS I I. I. I I . L. T
large supply of Linen Table l ioths. Tabu linens. Napkins. Towellnra Ar qSr rK'iif o A
at exceedingly low prices, owenngs, 4c, of the best quality
Shirting Linens, 5, (SO, 75, Soc, $1.25. Shirt Bosoms, 20, 25, 30.35, 40,50, 60, T5c.
DRESS TRIMMINGS, in great variety and at lo prices. Kid Glove a foil n. r s
quality, (L& $l,.50,il,T5, J2.0U. Fancy Gloves, a general assortment at afmtl't SiSLS ? if8;
and Gents' Handkerchiets from oc to S2apiece. assonmeutat almost any price. Ladles'
The best Cord Machine Cotton in the world at 30c per dozen.
HOSIERY The largest assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery in the eltv nt tm.f --
Striicew price's!"1"8-Uouey Md "'" K olJZttJZXfzzZSSZ S
CARPET DEPARTMENT Special attention is given to this Denartment h 1 .
r;om in the establishment for arpets Oilcloths. Mattings Rugs Eti c '-separate
Blin.ls, Fixtures. &c, enables us tocompete with any houscln the tradeand nnnV: 'dow
menis to cash buyers in that departmenT, having Carpels at Mat. H sefhnJ fnLC?. indu,ce
mla All Wotsted Chain and Wool Filling ut $1 per yard c5 miJ5S!2Pl v,?n"
wish to save money. The best quality of Cotton Carpet Chain-8 ply at 4Uc- l3??2b Ijf'i
ply at 45c. White Cotton Chain from No. 8 to 12 for 45cT 1 P y and 5
TERMS ARE STRICTLY CASH. Buying and selling for Cash yon can always tell what von
ire doing, ior cosh will secure better bargains than credit, believing That by inn us! r. honeS
lealing and economy wecannot lail !o benefit th..se friends and customers Sat mav 5'd l
o favor us with a call Therefore I respeclfully invite an examinatior ijf , ur stock of aJlcSIh
uiyers.eithet wholesale or retail, before purchasing elsewhere, and oblige
AprUlB-ly JO HIS ROKMKR.
New Advertisements. Miscellaneous.
MRS. ALLEN'S j
Hair Restorer & Zy iobalsamiua
Are so uniformly grateful and benefi
cial, that they are with justice called
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Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer
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Ilrs. Allen' Zs'Iobalsamum
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as West Fourth St., Cincinnati. O.
BANKRUPTCY. the)outheliUrrict'v) .
.,. At Bellaire, on (he list dy o Augrat, , 1
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Notice to Mechanics. B
ALES l'R 'It 'SA li will be received at the h
Hlee of t he Gleoeoe Coal Works, C O. R. R,,
II noon SEPTEMBER 11th, l(Hi, fer the .
dlngol a Brlrk School House forSub-Dlstrlct I
12, Richland Township. ,
eeillcatlons ran be seen at the Gleuooe Coal
ks. The right to reject ail bids Is reserved. ,
le Directors may be addressed at Glencoe, JH
aenl County, Ohio, f
C, E. WELSH. rT
JOHN STEWART, I
i hm groo and Sin Wm .
H. C. GREER,
Sign of Big Bed Coffee Boiler.
RHODE'S NEW BLOCK.
Opposite C. Jk P. R. R. Depot.
COPPER, TIN & SHEET-IRON
And Dealers in
Cooking & Heating Stoves,
Lamps, Lamp Tiiuio,
House Famishing Hardware, &c.
We will make it an object to keeo constant! v
n hand, all the latest improvements in
"CC C t IX G St HJSATHfG TOVES,
joth for Coal and Wood and call your especial
mention to our present select assortment.
We would respectfully call the attention of
he public to our select stock of ware of our own
nanufacture and to our large and well assorted
Fruit Cans. Jars, Jfe.
vhlch we will sell either wholesale, or retail at
he very lowest prices. ,
Etoofing, Spouting & Job Work
f every description will receive onr personal
tteution, with promptness and dispatch.
Hljihest price paid tor Old Iron, Copper, Brass
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
rHANKFUL TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS
community for the liberal patronage here
ofrire extended to us, we beg to announce that
e have opened up an entirely
Kellers New Block.
early opposite our old stand, where are pre
ared to manufacturer
frn and Sheet Iron Ware,
i the best manner, on short notice, and on the
lost IllKal terms.
We will keep constantly on hand a lull as
louse iKeeping Goods.
Stoves of all patterns.
edar, wooden, wire. and willow
ware, plows and cultivators,
id all other articles usually kept insucheslat
shmcnts. Hoping to merit a continuance of the patron
;e heretofore bestowed upon us. we Invite all
call and examine our stock, prices, dtc.
C. H, BLISS A CO.
ap23-tf St. ClalrsvUle, Ohio.
OFFER FOR SALE, a line Residence, la
the West end of BRIDGEPORT, OHIO, a
nek Hosts, containing Six Rooms and
ttclien, all In good repair, with a lot of ground,
il leet deep, 75 feet front, with a choice selec
on offrniltreesbeglnningtobear. A good wel:
water at the door. I will sell on time. For
irticalars applv to
tniaS" on Wbeeling Island.
Farm for Sale.
ITUATED ONE MILE NORTH OF F.VIK
' VIEW, Guernsey County, Ohio, containing
Acres In gooil condition, well Improved, well
stered. good orchard. Ac.
Payment.- easy. Apply to
luly 1-lnis- Fatrvlew. Ohio.
For Sale or Rent.
WILL SELL OR RENT my residence 1 mile
West of Bridgeport, on the National Road,
e House contains 8 rooms, with all tne niod
d Improvements. Thre is one acre of ground,
ith air kinds of fruit and shrubery. Apply to
A. J. OSBORNE, on the premises. .
ii v:i.v i - - i LL vi ,
J. X,. BRISTER,
jEflricsi ud Italian MarDlo,
CHEJTNUT 8T., NEAR MAIN.
AM PREPARED TO FURNISH Mraa
ntrnt. aud Head.tonea. Liade from the
st designs, lu a superior manner: and will
II them as cheap as any establishment in the
ite. I um also prepared to furnish Marble
nt slate DfaMtles. Bracket Shelves. and
iaKtu stones, oi Marble, slate or Freestone.
I'M N KKWO.
Countv Surveyor or Belmont Couutr, Ohio
Ice tn Ballaire. rels.'t)
t arris" &fawcbtt
'IN HOOFING, Spooling, Job Work.stoves,
IU Clairsville, Ohio. Jyly5-1