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ST. C'r lKSYH-LK. OHIO. THUKSPAY. MAY , 1878. Globiocs May days, these. Ko rwiitxo now till June 15th. Fat shebt SJ els. Fat mutton 12J eta. Plixtt of ice cream and colic now. Ciscissati is persecuted wilh mad doga. Wool buyers are talking of S3 to 35 dents, as a starling point for this year's clips of wooL Ohio produces one fifth of tie wool grows in the United Slates. - A new time table is to go into effect on the B. A O. railroad, next Sunday. Major Xkiswasoeb on the sick list last week is able to be up town again. Simplk:it in the style of hair diessing is growing in favor. Thb Republican Congressional Convention is to be held at Bellaire on the 27th of June. The Cadiz Camp-Meeting will begin on Tuesday, August 13th. Hon. Joiih Lemmax, of Noble county, is anion the Congressional aspirants in this district. "Do editors ever 'What do they do?' Graphic. do wrong?" "No.' ' "They do write." The Monroe county Fair is to be held at Woodsfield on the 17th, 18lh and 19th of September. The Woodsfield Spirit says that prepara lions are going on for a large crop of tobacco in that section. C. P. Whitbet, for many years agent of the C. & P. railroad at Bridgeport, has gone into the p:umbing busiaess in New York. Shocse furnishes the corporation a com plete Fairbank scale at low figures. None too soon. D. M. Sutton has been appointed adminis trator of the estate of W. V- Sutton, dee'd. ' At the Teachers' Examination held in Martin's Ferry, on Saturday, only fifteen ap plicants for certificates presented themselves. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian church meets at Pittsburgh on next Thurs day the 16th. It will probably continue in session two or three weeks. t One of the latest monstrosities in ear rings is a silver arrow, which when worn looks as if it was thrust through the ear. Oub fushion reporter says that fischus will be much worn this summer; those of muslin will be embroidered in colors, and collar, cuffs and handkerchief must match. Charley Rhodes and A. P. Tall-nan, of Bridgeport, are booked among the excursion ists on the Steamer Hudson, next Saturday, bound for the Cincinnati musical festival. f D A t T..;iraI Pnmnnnv will run " ,, n rvTj;oi k- through coach over the C- O. Division to tte musical festival rA Cincinnati on the 14h instant. .., - : Bektie Pickekinq, daughter of Josiah F. Pickering near East Richland, has been dan gerously ill for some days past, but is now re ported on the mend. The annual Sunday School Assembly of Barnesville District, East Ohio Conference, will be held at Somerton on the 21st, 22nd and 23d of May. The Eye is the name of a sprightly paper published at Newcomerstown by Fergusou & Kent, formerly of Cadiz. May it never go shut. John Robkecht, proprietor of the Central note, Wheeling, has received news from Germany that a deceased relative has left him the snug sum of $25,000. Mb. Chas. Wallace, who ha been for sev eral vears prominently identified with the Woolen manufacturing interests of Steuben- ville, died last Sunday. Usv. Jons Williams, D. D-, Presiding Elder of the Cambridge District, is to deliver a lecture in the Flushing M. E. Church, on Friday evening of next week, for the benefit of the Sabbath School. The 9eason of strawberry festivals in our pJmrches is about urjon us. The treasury of the tabernacle is sadly empty, and tne beads of the churches look to the luscious sfrawber rv for itsreblesishment. fPitts. Com. Gaz. Bakkesville is to vote to-morrow on levying tax of $13,000 apon herself, to build new school house. Such a building appears a necessity, as the present facilities are entirely inadequate for school purposes. A few years ago the weary traveler could scarce get a meal in this place for love or money except at a regular hotel. Recently we notice a number of shingles out, "Lunch" "Meals at all Hours." "Boarding." &c &c A VBNIBE was issued, on Saturday, for the following additional Petit Jurors : Joseph Williams, Israel Phillips, Pease township; John EL Jeffers, Somerset; George Collins, Flushing; John" C. Able, Levi CasselL Pult- iey; Wm. Hillis, Warrec; Joel Bell, Union A slighi fire occurred in the La Belle Glass Works at Bridgeport, on Sunday even ing, but before serious damage resulted the flames were extinguished by some of the op eratives who were about the works at the time. . "Love's Tbibcte to Bektie" is the title of a neat little memorial volume, prepared by loving parents in memory of their departed daughter Roberta E. Alexander, and dedicat ed to her friends and companions. It can be procured at Patterson'sor Jepson's stores. Mrs. Ges. B. R. Cow in, of Bellaire, ia in attendance at the national meeting . of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, now being held in Boston, aa a delegate from the Cincinnati branch of the society. Bote & Dunlap proprietors of a Bellaire Flouring Mill, made an assignment, on Satur day, for the bonefit of their creditors, to Isaac Booth, Eq. The liabilities of the firm are about $14,000, asd assets about $20,000, in uncollected accounts, stock and real estate. In a conversation with a member of the flrrn on Monday, he expressed the belief that the assets would be sufficient to meet all their ob ligations. Shokt-Cakc. The strawberry crop year is well advanced, most of the plants be ing yet in blossom, but some dealers report ing them half grown. The late rains have been beneficial, and with warm weather here after the crop will begin to come into market about the 20th of May. Last year the market opened about the 10th of June, so that the season is three weeks ahead- The prospect for a splendid crop was never better. Bantef- ywe iiiterpriae. Tut -Great Western. Clipper; Sbeep Shear. iwiiMia lac market, tor .tnie ax utv urugtMr Another Bell-wether. Robert Be IL. formerly of Cambridge, has oern appounea stewaraoi ma insane .layiuiu at Athena, at a salary of $80X Sweet Potato Plants. sale, kt SO cents per hundred, by 8. 3 Uextlst, near Belmont, Ohia (5 9 3t) Jesse Bewlet purchased Hutchison's, match roan a week or two since, audi sold them to Tony Deoch, of Wheeling, at a handsome profit- They are a -fine pair of horses. The next meeting ef the Harison County Wool Growers' Association wQl be held in Cadiz, on the 18lh inst-, at which time they will discuss the subject of Vermont sheep, and breeds in general, and also the Summer Management of Sheep. Commckiox aenricea will be held in the U. P. church In this place, on next Sabbath. Preaching at 3 o'clock on Friday and Sat urday. The pastor will be assisted by the Rev. D. K.v XcXight, of Clinton, Pa. On Sabbath evening the anniversary sermon of the Women's Missionary Society will be de livered. The publishers of the Guernsey' Times an nounce that they will issue a "daily" daring the session of the U- P- General Assembly, which is to meet in Cambridge on the 22d inst. We trust that the enterprise will meet with the encouragement it deserves. Each morning's edition will contain, a full and ac curate report of the proceedings of U.e As- semoiy on tne previous oayi it will reach this delivery at 11 o clock on the morning of pub lioatkm. The price will be 25 cents- , . ... .. . . . An attempt was made on Saturday night to borglanze tne eiotning store of Louis rJoffoer. Aa entrance was effected through the window inta basement room under the rear end of the store, and a hole was bored and cut hrough trap door . in the floor and one of the iron ' bars which se cured it was removed, but before a second bar could be reached for some reason the scamps abandoned their job. It will be re - membered that it has been but a short time since a successful entry was made into this establishment and a considerable quantity of goods taken. In this connection we inquire wnat nas become or the "nirht police" asked for by a Unye number of the business men of towj 7 1 here are several tlunes eoine on about town nightly which might demand the attention of an officer. ' The Ohio City Nail Works, at Martin's Ferry, are now in full blast, and are likely to continue the balance of the year without even week's blow out; Tula is small mill, and is, therefore, less likely to be disturbed with breaks or the fluctuations of trade. Tbey are nowl working fifty feeders, sixteen nailers, sixty boilers, six heaters, seven sheet rollers, three blacksmithstwo engineers, two fire men, and about forty eight ordinary laborers, in all about two hundred men. For a leng lime Martin's Ferry baa been dead, but now that these nail works, the -UaM furnace, glass factory, and -tna Mill are. all in full blast, business is quite brisk again; and the old town seems to be infused with new life. There is yet a great future in store for Martin's Ferry. I tt ueeung oianaara. "' "-' .mm i - r- The Way to Do It. If your little' one Las pallid cheeks, bad breath, dark streaks uuder the eves, at times an inordinate appetite, restless at night, you may conclude that it is troubled with worms. ana tne best, safest and most effectual rem- edf wo know of is Patterson's 'Worm 8jtud b so vy pleasant feat -dultocrj for it" -Sold by all dealers. 1rice 25 cents. OS more than one occasion we have called attention to the vandalism practiced in our cemeteries by the breaking and defacing of monuments and tombstones, and the robbing of grates of shrubs,' flowers, &c For the benefit of the public and of those who have so little regard for themselves and the rights and feelings of others, as to perpetrate these outrages, we publish the law bearing on this subject, which will be found to be quite se vere enough upun the offender. Some f the parties referred to are probably known, and it would be well for them to look carefully at the provisions of the following statute, which win rje iouna in umoLaws 1877, page 282 1 , Whoever willfully injures or removes anv tomb, monument or grave-stone or other structure erected to perpetuate the memory of any deceased persaiY, or any fence, railing, or other work, in or would nay cemetery or ouruu piace, or any xree; ' snruo, or plant, therein, shall be fined not more than $5 00. or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or ooin. j rj v 4 .v. . i . Centreville Entertainment. The drama, "Ten Nights in a Bar-Room, wag very successfully rendered by the "Home Dramatic Club," on Friday' evening, in the M. E. Church at this place. Owing to the mciement w earner uie audience was small, but appreciative, bespeaking a confidence in the ability of the young of this commuu'.tv to afford a first ciass -entertainment." '1 lie club is composed entirely of home performers, mast of whom were totally without exneri enceon the stage, yet they played with a vwiucw uu jfreuBiuu uuu reuiiDueu me lis teneroi tne professional actor. Special men tion is due to little ianie .'Shields, a little girl of eight years, '-'who personated Mary Morgan. Pleading as a dyine reauest for the reformation of aa ernng father, the scene was most touching and no duubt it will have a good effect apon aS who beard it. , The. Club may well- feel proud of 1 their success. and with but little more practice tbey will be ampiy auie to entertain tne most facetious. At its close the request was made for its rep etition, -which will be complied with at an early day. . Proceeds amounting to $20 were M. A Very Valuable History. thAnand views of the principal cities of the world The Practical History of the World, em bracing full and authentic accounts of every nation of ancient and modern times, and in cluding a History of the rise and fall of the ixreek ana Kom&n Empires,. 4be growth of the nations of Modern Europe, the Middle Ages, the Crusades, the , Feudal System, the Reformation, the discovery and settlement of the New World, eUv, etc., by James D. Mc Cabe. Puuliahed by the National Publishing Co., of Philadelphia, Pa., Chicago, I1L, St. Louis, Mo., and Dayton, Ohio It is a well-known fact that the great mass of the people are compelled to rely, for tbeir knowiedge of history, upon the outline works intended for ) the use of schools, which by their very naUue are brief and only designed for the comprehension of children There has long been felt a genuine want of a more elaborate History of the World, covering the whole period from the creation to the present day, and presenting in a succinct and enter taining form the history of the various nations of the world. This demand we are happy to say is being met in "The Pictorial History of toe norm, a wore wmcn is destined to take rank as a Standard History. . It is from the pen of James Di McOabe, a well- known his torical writer, who baa devoted years of study and research to the production of this irreat work. - The book is literally what it professes oe complete nisiery of tne World for it gives a clear and concise account of every nation that has ever fiottrlshed noon the globe. The history of each country is related separately, and in the clearest and memt com prehensive manner, and the 'deeds of all the great actors in the events of ancient and mod ern History are brought before the reader in the most vivid style. There ia nu a dry page in uie duos, m s as lascinaiing as a romance, and at the same time one of the most valua ble works of reference ever published. . . The mechanical execution of the book fully sustains the high reputation of the publishers. It contains 1260 large- tlouble-oolumn -oa?es. and over 650 fine engravings, embracing bat tles and other historical scenes; portraits of uie greu men oi ancient and modern times, cncravingB in una dook. are genuine works of art, and were made at a cost of over 935,000. A prominent feature of the work is a full History of the lata War svlween Russia ana turaej. , irirn;il ' 1 This is a most oompiete aud valuaWe His tory of the World, and agent wbo- .take hold of it will reap a rich barveat. The price is so low that svery one can purchase a copy. Itii sold by sn ascription ouyr and the publiaSjerB - mis UiS.i i:: ji: .:.!; X Jepjox. the Grocer, put in yesterday handsome, new, fire and burglar proof safe, from Mosli-r, Ball man & Co., Cincinnati. , lluo. Gow, of the Bel!aire I-eaiier, made a pleasant cull on Monday. Gow is a pro gressive and aggressive young Democrat. WGepiiart keeps a general line of Tinware . - bicb be is selling at a large reduction irora former priors. a . Reoollect. that fishing cither with seine. net. or book and line, is prohibited until June 15th. Now comes the Croquet season. Handsome sets can be purcliasrd at J. B. Hnge'a, oa Main street, at prices trom ft upwards. 5 - . , The Probate Judge held session of Court on luesday lor toe disposition or minor criminal ca.es : The case of the State of Ohio vs. John Jackson; Information for ma liciously trespassing on cnurch property tn Flushing, was dismissed, because no ollense was alleged in the affidavit. - The Town Council and Township Trustees hold a joint mating, on Saturday, to consider the Militia Building question. If a building is to be erected, we suggest a town and township house with suitable provisions for the Ube of the military. "Kill several birds ith one stone, gentlemen. Ose of the men in the employ of the C, T. V- & W. Railroad near Gemery's tunnel, fell dead from heart disease, on Monday. De ceased had been drinking immoderately for several days; he was an Irishman about sixty years of of age, and had been a soldier in the Confederate service. WStoves and fixtures and everything usu allv kept in a first class Tin store, can be had at Ucphart s, on tne mosi reasonauie terms. We acknowledse the receipt of the first Annual Report of Col. Barnes, - Secretary of State- In a casual glance at Ms contents, we infer that besides retaining all tne goon rea turwi of former Renorta. several ntw features are introduced into this one, which will make it even more valuable than its oredecssors. Wa will have occasion " to refer to this book asain. "A dilapidated pemale who made piteous appeals to the people for alms on Monday.and who was quartered near the depot, got drunk at niirlit. and into a row with her husband. and getting the worst of the squabble, she lifted up ber voice in loud cries oi -munier. murder:' much to the consternation of people who could hear, about 12 at nignt. Wi acknowledge the receipt of an invita tion to be present at the Art Reception of the Doddridce Art School in Wheeling, on Thurs day and Friday evenings of this week. We learn that there are several students in tlie institntion from this county, some of whom have developed fine artistic talent, and whose works will bear criticism. WPrices are down at Gephart's. Go there for every description of Tinware. The family of Jacob Elrick, residing at East Richland, has been undergoing severe afflictions during the past few weeks. One of the daughters, about 15 years of age, was bu ried on Friday, another is hopelessly ill with consumption, and (be father lies . prostrate, and cannot recover, from the same disease. he community in which - they reside have manifested a deep interest in their behalf by omberless acts of kindness and sympatny. Their physician. Dr. Wm. Estep. has been especially a' tenure and watchful, and is do ing all in his power to relieve tuem. iHTTin Roofing done at the lowest rales in workmanlike manner- None but the best material used, at Gephart's. At length the Barnesville Enterprise has discovered that it misrepresented Judge Okey when it said be "complacently sits in our District Court reviewing, and it is presumed sustaining bis own former decisions." A lit tle more "chops and tomato sauce'' will con vince the average reader that the truly good man wbon. "everybody Knows woman t make so serious a charge is "heaping horror on horror's head" wbeahe attempts to crawl out of onernlsstatement by making another a column in length. -'- -' " . Partial of Work on the C., T. V. & W. Railroad. Much of the light work on the Tuscarawas Valley Railroad, has been suspended tor the present, and many of the men discharged. Small forces will continue on the beavy cuts, and a full complement of men will be kept at the several tunnels, wbicb will be pusiied for ward to completion as rapidly as possible, it is urged as a reason for pursuing this course that the entire road bed exclusive of the tun nels can be completed within sixty days, and that it will require not less than seven or eight months - to finish the tunnels; that there will be nothing gained by completing the remainder of the line so long in advance of the time when it can be made of practical tility. but on the contrary a loss will accrue on interest of m oney expended, besides the rains of summer would undo much of the work already done. The Tuscarawas man agers are men of sagacity, and we doubt not that their course in this regard is dictated by sound judgment. i ? , - , . The Republican Congressional Committee of the 16th District met at the Globe House, Bel'uire, on Saturday,- to determine the time and place of holding the next Congressional onvenlion. 1 here were present vapt. r . M. Farrar of Guernsey, D. A. HoUingswortb, Esq , of Harrison, John O. McGowan, Esq., f Jefferson, and Uapt. Alexis uopeoi Bel- inont, who presided at the meeting. Mr. Fairar present! Cambridge as a good place to luive the' conventions. McGowan said Steulienvilii; never bad a Congressional Con vention and wanted it held there. Capt. Cope read letters from prominent citizens of Qua ker City, offering facilities for the convention at that point, and Barnesville was heard in favor of that location, finally, nowever, McGowan withdrew the claims of Steuben ville and moved that the convention be held at Bellaire, which motion unanimously pre vailed. Thursday, June 27th, was fixed as the time, and the representation in the con vention was nxed as iouows ; tteiniont u delegates, Guernsey 25, Harrison 21, Jeffer son 33, Noble 18. BELLAIRE. We thought to-day in rambling, around town that if you put the whole city of Bel laire in a cider press you could not have squeezed a local out of it for the last week. To be sure we nsd quite a number ot tne legal fraternity of tit. Clairsville here one day, but tbat was nothing strange, we simply supposed they got dry aud came down to wet their whistles; and tbe celebrated pugilist Chappy,' of benwood. came over and got ehocR iu'l of fight and tackled an American of African de scent, but the colored man's avoirdupois was too much for James, so be retreated hastily, but in fair order for tbe classic hills ef West Virginia. Such skirmishes did not excite us particle, in tact we rather banker alter them. -' - - To-night a young man named Tarbot was shot in Hip hand by some nartv as vet un known, inflicting a very painful wound, but that did not amount to enough to attract at tention. . v- ? c The Rolling Mill started up this morning, and some three or four hundred hands are happy at having a chance of earning a good living. The prospects for the B. &. 8. W.-R. R to be pushed on, at least as far as Armstrong's Mills at an early day, areverygood. " - The assignment of Bute & Dunlap is cur rently reported on the streets to-day. , , The GobletWorks are running full blast. All tbe hands Injured at the late accident are at work, excepting -Connors, and be will be uu tue streets in a lew uuj a. Orange Blossoms. Tbe following marriage licenses have been issued by the Probate Court, during the week ending luesday; Jacob Miller and Lenom unom. Jos. G. Dunlap and Catharine E. Allen. John Boyls and Mary Jane McFarland. Alexander J. McMannis and Kate M, Mc Cune. Patrick Quirk aud Mary Melian. Bcthuel Abies and Ann Birkheadt A , Francis Biedenbach and Anna Jeffries. , Sainuel Given and Eleanor Clark Snyder. John Paul, at Dun more, fa., while defendinj; at old man from the as saults of a brute named Costello, was attacked by tbe latter and bis frlendi and beaten to death. ... . . w us ToeIl Dr. Chaw's RcciDes or information! for Everybody, in every county in the Uni- tea CMaiv ana I'uriaua. x.n.arveu j me Umblisherto page. It contains over jxw household rei-ipos and is suited to all claiwe and conditions of a society. A n a cwtiAti. a Mnin book and a household necewity. ."'". . .v . I, u la mi - sight. Greatest inducements ever offered to book agent. Simi.lc copiea sent by mail. postpaid, for J2.00. Exclusive territory given Areata more than double their money. Ad dress Dr. Chase's Steam Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan lo Z utj Report of St. Clairsville School FOR THE MONTH ENDING MARY 3, '78. 2fame f Pupil nattier dbtent imt tsr&gi. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Laura' Ferren, Albert Jobnn, Mattie LonKley, , Irwia McKelvey. Kenie AlcUann, Oeorge Mchola, Harry Robinson, t Jackie Woe; Clarence Singer, EJdie Singer, Jennie McIIecry, Laura Kiegs, loa Tillman, Mabel Tallinttn, Wary lilggs, Charlie West, Georgia Alexander, Willie Norrfcw, Laura Fratt, Wneeler Johnson, Minnie Martin, Raymond Talluiuo, Mary Geller, Joseph Hubbard, Bertie Bum earner. Andrew Geller. Jee Jones; Johr Mcllenry. I'er cent of attendance, 95. Tardy marks, 2. FIRST INTERMEDIATE. Sammy Boroff. Charlie-Webber. John Doyle, Sammy Zimmerman, Harry her ren, Delia Anderson. Joe Fink. RetU Clark. , Chalmers Hoffner, Bailie Cattleman, Marry Johnson, Abbie Durrah, Albert Jonei, Heme Hunt, John Martin, Iona Hoffner,- Thompson McKelvey. Tillte Jones. .J Geo. Pennington, Maggie Joned,. ' Frank Rocoe, ... Icy Kinney, Fred The if, Daisy Longley, ; JoeTheiiM, Josie McHenry, : Walter Troll, Jnuie Nichols,. Wilbur Rice, Minnie Thompson, liell a vetlT, Carrie ilwn. Tardy marks, 2; jer ct. attendance, 5. ECoND INTERMEDIATE. Edgar Adams, Elza McHenry, Harry Alexander, Frank Overbaugh, Jtimes Alexander, John Pennington, Milton Baruen, Frank Williams, fhil. Close, Sherman Doyle, Harry Finney, . Willie Hoffner, , Lorain Johnwon, Fred Longley, Mag-gie Andernoo, Jessie Cloee, r Lizzie Finney, J- v Effle Onrri.-o. j r Lena Umstead, Emma Hice, , Lizzie Hubbard. Tardy marks, 2; per ct. attendance, 90. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Clara Alexander,- Emma Pennington Lida Andernon, Effie Thompson,' : Elma Baker, Eliza Troll, Clara Carroll, - Annie White, Mary Clark, - Harry Boroff, ' ' Sarah McClellan, Charlie Carroll, Annie Patterson, Harry Pennington, Tardy marks, 3; per ct. attendance, 90. HIGH SCHOL."'"S'p i E-sie Bewiey, Stephen Downing, Kate Meyer, Albert Kennon, Ada Bumgarner, . Daily Walker, ' Jennie McMonies, Carlo Carroll, - biuma Wood way, Kufus Kose, Jennie Stamp, Geo. Steenrod, Ella Thompson; Lizzie Nichols, Mary Barnes, Estella Close, James Ferrell, John Riley, W.'B. HutchlaoQ, Robert GifHo,- , , Franklin Neff, Gerry Amos. Josiah Hutchison, iSimrod Dixon Tardy marks, 1; per ct. attendance, 91. It is proiiused to hold a jubilee at Cincinnati next September, composed of a vast encampmeDt of Union and Confederate soldiers. EiTbrU are to be made lo gather one hundred thousand men. , . - i-m MARRIED. BOYLS MoFARLAND On the 2d inst., at the house of the bride s father, by the Kev. K. Alexander. Mr. John Boyls to Mis6 Mary 1. McFarland, both of this vicinity. MARRIED. New Advertisements. i 'EXKCBTOB'S KOTIC'E. . VOTICK hereby given that in tbe Probate, ll Couri of Keliooot county. Obio. tbe under signed was ippolmed and qualified "-as Kx eculor of tbe estate of Mahlon Klnc, dee'd, late of j-.lmonl connty. y All persous 1 lebied to said estate are re. qnested to make immediate pay meat, and tnose naving claims againsi sain eataie, will prenent tuem duly authenticated, lor - settle ment. JAM. N. KIRK, 5-, T8 31. Axecutor. SPECIAL : - Mastrr Commissioner's Sale. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. " ' James Pickering , vs. Bridgeport Basket aU BY virtue of an order of sale-tn the above case isaued and lo me directed from the Court of Common Pleas -of Belmont county, Ohio, I will Oder lor aale on the Premises, oK Monday, June 10, 1878, at tbe hoor of 1 o'clock p. M. on said day, the lolluwioK described premises, to wit; til loa le in in Belmontoounty, State of Ohio Hecead Tract Uominencing for the same at the northeast corner oi the above First Tract. (beinK the same tract heretofore sold to -Al- irea liemei. oy wm. u. Kinney. Hi eclal Mait ter i;omuiisiioner. unuer a inrmer oraer in this case) ruuDiuir aoatb 2J4 west 23.40 rods; thence north 81 west 16 oO perches; thenoe north 5'f est 15 perches; thenceon a straight line to the place oi beginning, containing X acres, 2 roods and 20 perches. Also. Fourth Tract Being Lot No. 41 in the town ol Flushing, county of Belmont, and State of Ohio. Appraised aa follows: Second Tract $300 es Fourth do . 1700 0J Terms of Sale Cash. WM G KINNEY. I 5-S, 78 5t. Special Waaler Comm'r. NOTICE ecu I -OF The great celebrity of our TIM TAG TOBAC CO bas caused many lmltatlons-thereof-to be placed on the market, we therefore caution all Chewers against purchasing uct) imita tions. - . All dealers baying or selling "Other p'ug to; naoco bearing a Bard er metallic laoei, renaer themselves liable to the penalty of the Law, and all persona violating oar trade marks are pusisnaoie oy one ana imprisonment, sec Aet ef Oaa-rees, An. 14, 187B. ' Xbe genuine Lorillanl Tla Tac Tebaeee can be distinguished hy a TIN TA4neach lump With the word I.OKILLAKD stamped 4 hereon ' Over 7,088 tons tobacco sold in 1877, and nearly 3,000 persons em nlnyed in factories. . Taxes paid Government in 1877, about St oOO.Ouo, nd daring the past 18 years, over S20.uue.ouu. These goods sold by ll Jobbers at manufacturers' rates. - i THE TIN TAG B.WOKIM TOBAtttr- Is seoond to none" In aroma, mildness,' puRlty and quality. iV.li sn. NOTICE. fT a BRAHAMW. MEEK, whose nlftee of real XX denoe la unknown, will take notice tbat on the 27th day of March, 1878, Husan K. Meek filed in the otfioe of tne Clerk of the Court ol Common Pleas of Belmont oouuty. OWo.a Detltlon asklnK that she may be divorced Irora said Abraham W. Meek, -on Ihe grounds of extreme cruelty, and that tbe marriage was fraudulently contracted. Tne petition win ue for bearing at the next term of said ( oar I, 4-4, 78 w. By St. Clair Kelly, her Att'y, P AGENTS WANTED FOR THE" ICTORIAL HISTORYoitseWORLD Embracing full and aalbentla aooountaot ana inciaaing a nistory oi tne rise ana ran ot the Greek and Roman Empires, the growth nf tne nationa oi mouern r.urnpp, tue Ruuuie ages, the crusades, tbe Ici.ImI syatein. tbe reiormation, tnenisoovery ana settlement oi tne new w oria, etc, e w. It contains 072 One historical engravings and 1 9 BO larice double column Dates, and ia men pages and extra terms to Agents, and see ' w " . . . r. . . why it sellt raster man any otner doob. a dress. NATIONAL rUBLIBHINQ OC i-ls it. flUlaaelphla.Fa. 0Tpp. . . vf rikUlniit T.nmW- Addnss J. H. Watt, Barnesville, Ohio. - . ,. .. , C"IIviug secured the agency for the Cel- ebratwl damnum Stone Force rumD. 1 snail UHjUiaed to nil orders for tbem. They have : Uri introduced and have given gen I . - - . . . ... . . i ccaisttiaracfinB- There wi ii oe no iravenne I -w- . I A I .1 ageoti, for (been in this vicinity this season. i i 1 ' i . u- r AWCSTT. -UJ ..'. TAI.BOTT. Dentiat, St. Clairs ville. Office a few doors east of School House. A good set of Artificial Teeth for 8 00. 11 1 4m. Bank Slot-It for Kale of the First National of' 8t3 Clairs ville.. Enquire at this 6Bce.. ' STOLEN BONDS. T'pllowuM Martin's Kerry School Bonds were alulou from the underslKned. near u wiairsvuie, .uhm, on Hnnday, April win No.Lloe0due ISS4: No i. SoOJ due lS8.tand Day able lo ctamuel Oiffeu or bearer; No. t, 1100 du 1881, payable to Margaret allien or bearer; Do. 2U, fci ue 182. payable to B. K.. Gttfeu. All Person -are hereby notified not lo Degoli- sie same, aa payaaent bas been sioppea. NOTICE. WILLIAM W.HrjTCHISON.DavId R.Butch. laon and Albert Huicbison. wbo reside at Sidney. Fremoat eouuty. Iowa, and Josepb . UntcbiwiD.at PiluoetoD, Fraukiln county, Kaasta, wilL take Dotlce tbat on Uie 24lb day ot April. fnaaoDab Hatcbleon and buso band tiled in the tort of Oonimon Fleas of Belmoul county, onto. a petluon axalnat tbe above named defendants and others, tbe object and prayer' of whiob is to foreelusea morigaise executed by Samuel Hutchison to saJdMuaaonan aml Ebenezer W. Haichinoa, SMMnaei j. riuicnison ud wiuiatn w. tiutco- Ison. dated April 21. iatM. for lu.wllb Inter. est. on wuioh tberels now due plalntlrt HM, with Hi teres i from said date, ana to .rerj-rer W.SJ0. wita interest irom said day. credited Willi 1S5. paid May. lSijtf. and for tbe sale of tbe real estate described in the morl-ge, be in tbe nortbwest Quarter of section 7, town- sbip a. range , ana M acres aojoiniug, oein the Und i owned and occupied by sai gainuel Hutchison iald defendants are re quired to-appear and answer oy tne xuin aay ox ST. CLAIK KELLY fi .7 W. AU'y for plalutlOa. Sdad Notice. NOTICE la hereby given that a petition will be presented to tbe Comuitasiouers of Bel mont oounty, Ohio, at their next session, to be aela on the flrsl Monday of June, 1878, praylug lor tbe alterations on tbe lands of IM vid V. Parsbail.or the County Road leaolng from Bcott'e Meetiug Honse,near tbe National Road, in Pease township, to M. Greenlee's, iu Milermin township. The nisi alteration, so mucn or saia uonnty ansa ms lies dm ween a point on said Parsbaira south line ot said land, near station i. oa said line, and station 7 thereon, the south line of said alteration to extend lo said line, tne length of said road between said polnta being about ao rods: and second, so. much of said road aa lies between station II, ou the weal line of said land, and a point on said line about 17 rods norm of sta tion 12 thereon. Tbe west side of said altera tion to extend to sal i me; - Ihe length of said road eielweeaaahl points b-lng about nSrods 8aid alterations, al no point, to be exceeding two rods from said roan as now locaieo. V. i. PAR411ALL, petitioner. .SHERIFF'S- SALE. BELMONT COMMON PLEAB. In Partition. Richard B Reynolds vs. Renbeu Reynolds et aU r X virtue of an order of sale in tbe above Jj case lssned and to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Belmont county, Ohio, I will ofler tor aale on the Premises, on Mouday, June 3, 1S7S, at tbe hoar of 1 o'clock p. m. on said day, tbe following described premises, to wit: SacoHD Tract Being In tbe aest half or the norlb west quarter section No. 21, township No. . ranae o. a, beginning at a stone No 1, stamitngator near the southwest corner ol said quarter section; mence norm -westsz perahes ta alone No theuce north 8V east Id perches to a atone No 8; thence eoalu east 15 perches to a stone No 4; thence north east V perches to a stone. No 6; thence norm w cm i3Jt perenea to a stone no o; thence north 8V east to a parallel line divi ding said quarter section into two equal parts; inence witn aaia line soutn to tne noriuern boundary of the tract heretofore sold to Asa Jones by W C Cochran, Sheriff; thenoe with said northern boundary south t9 west to place of beglnalug,' containing 86) acres more or less.. Appraised at IIS per acre. Terms of Sale One-third cash: one-third in one year, and one-third in two j ears Irom day nr aaierwitn interest on aeierreu payments. raymepts toiMuseenrea oy mortgage upon tne pasmiaehysoldut ; - HNUtUflbl.DUIIflll, Kennou and Pratt, Att'ya. 6 2, 78 51. J S T0NE8RAKEH, Barber tlHair and ipz- Dresser, Under Sat'l-Uotel,' St Clairville. Curls, Braids, Switches rC". and Wigs, PreDared In be La text Styles and on short notice HAt tpreparedataOc percxaoe. . . . epiJu-u Sheriff's Sale. - ' BELMONT COMMON PLEAS. jn Partition. k; -Leonldaa W.HarUn . ', V8. Isaac Martin et al. BY viatue of a second order of aale in the above ease issued and to me directed from the Court at Common Pleas 01 Belmont ooun ty, Ohio; 1 wll offer for sale at the door of tbe Court House, in Sl.Clalrsyllle, aald county n Tnesday, Jane 4,1878- at thebbmrof lo'eloek r. K. on said day. the iollowlng described premises, to wit: - Beginning eu toe west line oi toe aiiey oor derlng tbe town plat of.MaxtLnsvlile . (now Martin's Perry), on the weat of tbe north east corner of-three acres of land sold by Eb enezer Martiu to Cyrus Meadeaball and (1 E Jen It Ins thenoe north t west 324 peroues to tbenbrtwest corner oi Menaenhaii B Jen kins' lot, thence sooth 44 west 1.4 poles to middle of Plank Koad; thence north At" west 2S.8 perches with middle or Plank Road;thenoe weat 60 east J perches to a slake: thence south 314 east o perches; thenoe south 46c weal l.V percnes; ttienoe sum a " east peren ea; thence souiu vr west lii pe rones lo angle in alley; tuenoe stutu r west i.apercnee to lace oi Degi-iuiug, au i coniaioing - acres, rood and 11 perches. Kxo-ulina from the above that part thereof heretofore sold and eonveyed by the heirs of Wm. Martin, dee'd. to Ebenezer aiarnn, ar, rna waicn was by him laid oat and platted and recorded aa part of his addition to saia town oi uaruu-s t en Ferry. AnDralsed at S21UU. Terms of Sale One-third cash, one-third In one year, and one-third in two years, with in' tereaton deferred payments, to be secured by mortgage on premises sold. WJ&. M. AaPi.x, anerm. Drennen , A ttfj . . 9-a. '78 6k SHERIFFS SALE. BELMONT COMMON ptEA.' j - . - - In ParlUidn. -, '. ' . Jll'.it f -.I' - J - Franklin P Jeffers Margaret Jefftrs el al. ' " BY virtue of au order of aale 'n the above case Issaued aud to me directed irom the Court ol Conrmon Pleas of Belmont county. Ohio, I will offer for'sale on the Premises, on at the hour of f o'clock p a on said day; the loiiowing aeserioeu premiaes, to wit: tkilttale In said county ot Kelmont and State oi-UIiio, to wit: Known as the soalbeaat quar ter oi section no iu, oi townsuip o a. ana range No 3,-oonutluing 160 aurea more or lesa. Gmcoiui Trad Also a part oi soutnwesiaaar tar of said, section Mo 10,. beginning lur the same al a stone n the centre ol said aeotlon, rmiulug thence west S poles to tbe second ravine; thence down said ravine the- following .. . k AlHG ...... I I., .. . . 1 . ... lJUIOtJ. Wm.WSVI CM! ftW pVlCD. IMCUV-C QVIUkU 34 west 8 poles; thence south M east 11 poles; meaMM soitui f weat a.au Dcaea; tnenoe sonih at) east lz.ee pntes; thence south T,y." west ll.Ul noma auencesoaiu east d.oo notes: inenoe feoutavrweM. ie.juies to s sugar tree; tnenoe rath tow' weav- a.a poles; inence south 42" wesvrs pores; tnrace sown ntv eaai w poles, thenoe south 4H' east SS poles; thence south IIS eastlO.ij poles; thence ' due north lii.so axaesvoboe place oi oeffiuoiug, containing 26 ai w, Y V mnitMiid 1 iM.ri' 1 1 rVwethewe tracts of land are subject to.! tue dower eiltoi the said" Margaret Jeliers, heretofore assigned by metes aud bounds, aud described as follows, lo wil: Beglnulug foi theaame at a pel at ou, the north bounriarv Hue ol said soulbeKstquarter m.ati roUa west M tne nortneast corner oi saiu southeast quar ter of sect ion W,- range 8, ad lownshlpfi; tbenoe south 42 wmV 1$ rods; tliauoe 82 west IS rods; thenoe north 57' ; west ltt.12 poles; iheuce south aiji" went S.24 rods; thenoe norttkeV west 8 rods; iheuce south IUU west IILHS rods; iheuce south 1:1 west :(4 rods: thence weslHl rods; thenoe lutrtu east 4 rods;thenee north west B.iii rods; llicnce '47JiJ east U.5u rods- Uieuce north W west 13.50 rods; thenoe north 320 eaai5.Su rods.uienoe north wo west 11 rods; tbeuce north 34 3 east 8 ro 1m; tbeuce north 49-X0 west 10 rod's; tbenoe east 1(15 rods to the place of begionlug.uontaluiiig 45 acres. AlA rlghtof way to aatJ from the'snrtn. near a large elm tree not far from the south east corner oi saia aoove aessTihea tract, with tbe right lo use said spring for the ramose. of watering stock In oommon with the owner at aaiu spnug, out witn no rigni to oneiruel by fences the road ar lane rleadtng Into the field southwest of said spring, cr ..to , let stock run fc wiiu apruig. Appraisea at im,sou. ouv rwr. iau uno-ioira in iwa vAra. w in n terettoa deterra paymeDtsi, to b Moored toy Wlfc43.KWTBT,8harl; Anderson and Daaford, Atty'a... j-J, It H. .11 K i GEORGE It. TAYLOR & GO. Black Gros Grain Silks, Colored Silks, Summer Silks, Grendines and Cashmeres, WE HAVE EVER BEFORE Dress Goods Embracing all the Jfovelties of Spring Importa tions at Extraordinary Low Prices. Black Indian Armure, Black Crepe Cloth, Black Draped Alma. Imperial Serge, Silk IVarp Henrietta Cloth, Bombazine, Tamise Cloths. Black Linen Lawns, Jacconet Lawns, Harris Seamless, Jouvin, and Victoria Kid Gloves, 3, Jf, and 6 Button, Lisle Thread Gloves, Black and Colored Lace Mitts, Ladies' and Misses CoVd Hose in great variety. Ladies' Cambric Underwear, All Kinds, Men's, Women's and Children s Gauze Merino Underwear, Men's Full Finished Shirts, made of Wamsutta Muslin, fine Three-ply Linen Bosoms, Buttons Sf Button Holes for $1. BA? & A Bleached Table Linens, Turkey Red Damasks, Sheetings, Shirtings, Prints, Domestic Lawns, Novelties in Fan cy Goods and Neck-wear, Sun Umbrel las, Lace Curtains in New Designs, Counterpanes, Exposition Quilts, Spreads, fyc. In EVERY DEPARTMENT our Stock is East or West, We consider it no trouble to tended lo all. GEORGE NEW uPMuliIRu(K! WE HAVE JUST IiETURNED AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF First-Class Goods. LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STYLES AND PRICES. WE HAVE ALSO A GENERAL LINE OF Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL. SHEPHERD &. KIRK GALE CHILLED Price, $11.00. HAVING been appointed agent for the sale of this justly celebrated and popular Plow we hava art hand and for sale at out store room, at TJotootown, Ohio, a good assortment of the same, and ask the patronage of those wishing to purchase a Plow of tne nest quality, and one doing fkbfect work, uaii ana see inetu. t aisu nave ou uauu line stock of - Hardware, Groceries and Notions, which I will sell at the lowest market rates for a FirtUclass Article. 1 am also agent for the oale of - Farm Engines, Pony Saw Mills and Threshing. Machines. For further information or circulars, address WM. 1-24 3m. . Slier M BEEN ABLE TO OFFER. and Suitings, Organdies and Buntings. B A if S HI Napkins, Doyles, Towels, Complete, and our Prices as low as in any city show our Goods. A cordial invitation ex. TAYLOR & COMPAHTY, VHELHG,V. VA. FROM THE EAST WITH A LARGE M. KIIaOOItE, Uatoutown, Obit. PLOT. 1 ! r- Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis R. R. PAN HANDLE ROUTE. Time Table East and West. MARCH 11, 1878. Trains tave tne Paodie Depot, foot of Elev en 10 elreet. Wheeling. W. Va, near Pa bile landing, dally except banday, Colombo Unva, aa follows; soi no a AST. Leave Thro' tlx. Fast Line Mixed Ft. Wbeeling J (Mam slepm 6 30 pat Arrive WeJIsbaraa TtOarn 4S0pm 4g a aa 4 Mpm 5 35 p m 7 45 p m t Warn 7 49a m t 87am 7 35 a m 10 S5am 8 aupm StenbenvlUe- 8 90 a m 6 35 p m 7o0paa nuaborgb 10 14 a m uarnaoarga iu oo p ni Baltimore Waablnaton Pblladelphla New York a 00am 43a m 4 2upm Boston eou Faa Ex Fat Una. Fa Ex. KaU Leave A at .7 00 8 30 ' U OOK A K 11 55 r a . a n .330 150 SO P M 4 15 5 35 8M 8 15 11 25 A U 12 45 A 1 10 7 15 10 Wbeeling Arrive Steabenvllle Cad la Denalson Newark Colombo Leave Columbus , Arrive Dayton A M 10 00 F K 1 15 3 10 15 25 Cincinnati 8 0U 11 15 p a 12 55 Indianapolis U 25 A St Loals 8 30 1 30 Chicago 7 50 8 SO Traina leaving Colurabna at I 50 p m and 25 a m, ran dally. Through Chicago Express leave Colamboa dally except Sunday at 5 40 p m, with sleeps lng cars attached and arrives la Chicago at 7 50 next morn lng. Tbe "Pan Handle Route" is the shortest, quickest and moat eemfbrtable Root to all points In Missouri. Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Colorado and tbe Western States and Terr! to ' riea. This Is tbe Route by which you make tbe fewest chances of ears, obtain the lowest rates on Household Good. Live Stock, Ac, and 2U0 pounds ot Baggage Free, oa Every Colonlat Ticket. Any Information about time of trains, eon necUons. Lands la the West, price ofSlngl Bound Trip or Colonist's Tickets, Ac, eheer. lullv furnished by calling nroaor addressing JUS. U. BELL VILLE, Ticket and Emigration Agent, Wbeeling, W va, or w. U. WHtUKM, General Passenger Agent. 219 North High St. Colnmbes, O. Rates always as low aa tne lowest. D W CALDWELL, W L O'BRIEN. Gen'l Mauag er. Gen Paaa Tkt Aat. CCLUI MBTJS.OUIO. AduiuUtralor'ai KeUee. NOTICE la hereby given, that la the Probate Court of Belmont county, Ohio, the aajder signed waa appointed and qualified a Ad minlstrator of tbe estate of Daniel MeGlnala, dee'd. late of said county. All person Indebted to said estate ar re quested to make Immediate payment, and those having claim againal aald aatata will prasent tuem amy aainentieaiea, lor euie ment. JOHN SHEPHERD, sr. 4: 25, 78-31. Adm'r. Koad Notice. NOTICE I hereby given that a petition will be presented to tbe Commissioner of Bei mont county at their next session, to be held on tbe first atorday of Jnne, 1878, praying for the alteration of tbe County Road leading from Mcatanon' Creek to rieipbrlnger Mill, in said county, aa follows: Beginning at a point where said road crosses Uie line between the lands of Wm. Falton and James Phillips, thence parallel wilh said line about 45 or 50 rodt.; thence to Intersect old n ad on top of hill opposite a while oak tree. 4: zi, i M. r-KTiTiosaaa. NOTICE TOJWLDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at lb office ot tbe Clerk of the Board of Eds ucatlon of Richland township, Belmont ooun ty, Ohio. In St. Clairsville. until 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, June 1st, 1K8, for building a BP.ICK SCHOOL HOUSE la Joint Hub-district No. 3 located 4 sal lea nerthweet of St. Clairsville, according to the piaaaaad specification on file I n aald office. Each bid most contain the nam of every person Interested in theaame, and be aeoom- R anted by a aatnrieot guaranty of some d ut ile rre ted person that if Uie bid la accepted a contract will be eulered Into, aud tbe per forms nee of It properly serai ed. Bids lor material and labor called for by the peclti cations, inuat be separately slated, with im price ot tscu. By order ot tu Board of E location. JOHN A. NfcKF, K. J. CAItMAN. FRANCIS BOGGS, Attest: CmmntM. A. H. MlTC HKI-L.:Cl"k. T5w. SHERIFFS SALE BBLMOXT COMilOX PLEAS. JN PARTITION. John T. King v. Benjamin King etal. BT virtu ol a 3d order ol aale Iu Ihe above case issued and tn me directed from Ibe Court of Common Pieaa of Belmont county. Ohio, I will offer for aale on tbe Premise, oa Mendajr, Hay 27, 1S78, at tbe hour of 1 o'clock r a. on said day, tbe following described premises, to wit: Situate la theeounly of Belmont and Stat ot Ohio, and being in if ead township, and ia the District oi Lands directed to be sold at af arietta, Ohio, and being tbe northeast part of the northwest quarter of section No U, township No. 4, and range No. 3, a eglnnlng for the same at the northeast corner of said quar ter eeoUoa; tbenoe west 2 rods to a stone; tbenoe south to a ran; thenoe down raid ran with the meandeiings of tbe same to the quarter section line; tbeuce north with aaid quarter section line to the place of beginning, containing 30 acrS. more or leas. Appraised at Wu). J . Terms of Sale Ooe-thlrd cash, one-third la one year, and ooe-thlrd In two years, with In terest oa deferred payments, to be secured by mortgage on premises sold. WM G. KINNEY. BberlfT. Tallmaa Bros, Ally's- 4:25, 78 5b WHY SHOULD I BUY MY Clothing from Thomas Hughes & Co., WIlEELIJTft? lt Because they boy la large q nan title. have uuequaled faoillliea for buying, and. therefore, can afford to sell for leas lhaa laos not having sucn auvaniage. 11. They have a lanre corp. of FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, aad you are mora certain to gt a fit than any where eiae. 3d. Tbey call only for cash, and do not charge you anything for losses they woe Id Dave to auaiaiu lr tney were uoiug a cretue business. Ws have Reduced the Price Of everything in our Una, aad propow to rail First Claaa Good aa low a tbey ea o aotd anywhere. With Increased faeiUUea lor maa- aiaotaring. ana wiia m imih Stock of Spring Goods Now In store. In eoancettoa wilh the very low price al which w prof lo sell the we are asaared that w can make It greaUy to Hi. advantage of all to mor a wlthaaaU. Price maraa ia piaia nguiw. Thomas Hughes & Co., Mercbaitt Tailors, 4-18-2m. Cob. Tvujti WATS 8T. Attaeinuenl Ueorg L, Billigaley, ylaiatltr. v. Aalhoay Lacas, daJaadaat, Before L Nelswaanr. J. p. of KJehUnd town ship, Balmoat county, onto. rVN th 17th day of April lrfri. aald Jostle iaud aa onn r of attaah eaeat lath above aciioa for th suns of 87 la, aad ooiejjo Haul writ a s beea rerrea ana t- Isaelforheariaa oath Ut day of Jon, 1H7S, at 1 o'clock F. au GBO. L. BILliIltiBl.r-J. i kuairsvUla.apr as, -w.