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Women lh& Victims, ol'r Jacobinism.
GH. MORGAN AFTER TIIE.U! tsPecil bispatoh to the Cin. Eaq- j W asSington, D. C., May 29, 1868. j I g f f r MORKODBySLOPEMENTS.- , I Another interesting day of develope ments mast make great havoo among the Jacobins. j Jtt: A T0;E THB NIXT, VICTIM. I It was' surmised yesterday that Miss Vinnio Ream, theyonng and accomplish ed female sculptor, who has had a t tudio for some months. in the-basement of the the bloodhounds of the Radical party, vand it is even intimated that one of the XT j - iv uuu&t uwuicaouig vi cells fitted up by the managers was for 1101 BV0M&1 BAAAmtnAllalAW t A GEN. MORGAN'S SPEECH. Facts have come to light to arouse the 5 indignation. of the whole. country., The v speech of Qeneral Morgan was , classical ana thrilling. It produced a Scene in the ? .representative Hall not soon to be for gotten.uJ "' -' The -managers have been authorized"to pursua the isjestigalion ostensibly with . a new to ferret out some supposed Vcor- lupuuus. is regaruea aBumairana r unparliamentary to refuse the Democrats representation on the .committee, and -IT- . a. ' a aw ft ' m. iew suspected mat the immediate cause of the refusal waa the corruption, and in- iamy wmcn is attached to tne managers ana tneir backers-. fitv "MURDER -'WELL OUT.;5-' '' The exposure made to:day. brought the Jacobins to their feet ' The eloquent .enort or Mr.. JUdridee 'and the . croduo Mr. Woolley was not in contemn! nassed . unheeded. The appeal of .Woolley him f self to be protected against the insults of -JJutler excited only a smile upon the iron countenances ot the Judical , side. . - But when General Morgan opened his - masked battery he woke them up. Mor- gan could account for their persistent re fusal to allow Democrats en the commit tee. They did not dare permit it. The result would be the exposure of them . 8elTe8. - ' -. - A TTftVl V TTTP ATVVPT1 A tin A IT TOTl" - II EMBER, vl - ..' AivepuDiican memDer wno is now in - u.o aui uu guufl lu a juus mum xtoaur and charged her with attempting to in ... vflueace Senator Boss to vote for acquittal. i cue denied tne charge, and too honorable . - l J J 11 A ' - J 1 11 uicwucr iucu ucxuauueu iu.ni bub saouiu influence the Senator's vote .for convic 4 tion,' which 'she declined. ' The membet . then threatened her, saying that it would be tne rum of ner if she refused. v ; She did refnse, . and yesterday the threatened punishment overtook her. IfV - T.j!--t'i J .t. me xiaaicaia oraerea oer 10 leave me Titulding, had her statuary thrown out, and the valuable work was broken to w J Vi who did rr? 4- emandwaa made for the name : of the, member who .had threatened 'Miss He am with Radical vengeance. ' Mr Mor. gan Eia if the member would call for ' the name he himself would give it prompt ly. All hung their heads in. humilitation. Again it was demanded .' Morgan should tame the otate. it was answered, the . gallant State of Indiana.' .' The scent be came too warm . to . stop theachase. -s A isnember from Indiana arose and asked if Ie was the .party alluded y to. -' Another and another folio wed,c Junlil : it - became . . . . ... ... ' ..- - evident the guilty party would be caught , JULIAN IHX VAN. 2 maiiyi ' tne inimiunie Julian was forced toMs feet, and in a tone of re frcshinff -innocence "asked,"" Am the .member alluded to?" "l t r;i"? ' f "Mr. Morgan responded,'"! refer to the distinguished gentIemen,Mr. Juhan.of In diana. rMiss Vinnie Eeam is' rcady to 'swear to the facts." . '. .. ' , .. I '"Mr. Julian, staggered. unier the 'and the whole party felt the damning ex :posure.??-? c,:; ;c? ) :i -. "IBB FELLOWS THAT ATE THE ONIONS J "rrWhile thus, professing to" expose .'the corruption, it was crushing, to be thus r exposed themselves, and such proceedings now characterize the American Congress upon the eve of the great political con . test.- ' -: ;: :;r;. : '. SUTLER EUSFECTED . OJM'UNBOTTLING" ON liSixltffA .V .: GRANT.- '?.-" ;;.-...-f So :-damaging - must - :be the result to Grant, that the shrewdest' Radicals sus- rect Butler of the ' purpofe' to make 'shipwreck, of Grant's Presidential pros- oecta. -.v.v..-:. . . - He hates Grant with all the intensity :ef his nature, and would turn ' upon him at any moment with the venom of a rat tlesnake. Many say there is no other account for the ' infamous proceedings Irhich Butletis pressing. : ; -Li v. ' lSAsniNaTON,:D. C, May 30, 1868. '"' '"'''iHI CASE OF MR, WOOLLEY v. Came up in the Bouse again to-day on an additional resolution offered by Butler, prohibiting the witness from sending or receiving written-communications. ; They .. Erst must, pass through the hands of the Sejgeant-at-Arms. ' This was ,. .-s r': ?- A PIECE OF PETTY SPITE : .': Orieinatine in a teleeram . to the oris oner, which spoke in severe terms of But ler and his crew, and which Woolley in closed to Butler. J lath course of the proceedings,' Mr ; Butler 'intimated the propriety of the Spealej depriving ths prisoner, of his letters, or opening them, so that nothing thff r Managers "mighT" think" "improper should reach. him;;r , .? - . ,i r ? Mr." Colfax was. tod smartfor IhlsVand, already wincing under the . appellations given him as jailor, ot woolley, inform-; ed Mr Butler, that he:. declined acting in other capacity. Mr. Blaine, of Maine a friend of the bpeaker a, seeing the sor ry figure, the Speaker ut, had the -resolution modified so, us tq make ( the j Ser-geant-at-Arms custodian of the prisoner. THE BASTtti OF CONGRESS. i ' , ' 4 v Workmen are- to-day busily i engaged removing the documents and placing ad ditional securities to the doors and win dows in the room in the capitol assigned for" prison for Woolley. ' The adjoining room is 'ated" being cleared put and pret ty Jinnie Ream, with eyes a little . tear ful',' Superintends the removal v of the works cf artr'inodeUy designs, &c, tc.j , that have made her studio; there , so, at tractive to visitors, with the exception of her model of the Lincoln statue, or dered, by Congre6s;this being in clay, will not bear removal. t ? t j , Platform ot the Democracy of Obto, Adopted at Columbus, Jan- Resolvep, That the Democracy of Ohio congratulate the coun'ry upon the improved aspect of political affairs, as evidenced by the State, ejections .of 1867, , and, .that they look forward with, hope and confidehce; to the result of that momentous straggle ipon which they are about to enter and upon which db penda, in so great a degree, the- future peace ana jjiospurity ui .juo .uiuuu. : . . . Eesoivkd, That we are unalterably oppo sed to the doctrinewhich leads to consolida-' tion. We renew' with unflagging leal and increased energy our attachment to that po litical creed which has ever been so stanohly adhered to by- oar organization thwragh days of trouble and 'disaster as well as "good for tune and rprosperity,' which was thus ex pressed by Thomas Jefierson! "."Equal and exact justice to all men I of whatever state, religion or politics; 'Peace," commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entang ling alliances with none." The support of the State governments in all their. ,rghtsr as the most competent administrators of our domestic concerns and .the surest bulwark against anti-pubilo tendencies, the preserva tion of the General Government in its .whole constitutional vigor as the sheet anchor of peace at home and safety abroad; and jealous care of . the righ.ts pf.the electors by the peo ple, and supremacy of the civil -over the mili tary, authority. : ! -; ifl : ! -. ; 1 Resolved, That we consider the legislative usurpations of Congress, and particularly the several acts of reconstruction- so called as -violative- of the . constitution! . oompaot between the States, and utterly subversive of every principle of self-government , that dis tinguishes a free people, i-;-"v-r. Resolved, That . we are opposed to any measures which recognize that the integrity of the Union was ever broken that - any of its members were ever out; , and that we de termidly insist that the Southern -States, no longer being in Insnrrectioa . 6r at war . With the Federal Governmentare entitled to the full State reoognization in' Congress: and in the Electoral Colleges given to all the States; and that the denial of it to them by Congress and its efforts to dictate by military, .force a government for them are unconstitutional revolutionary and despotic, , -. -, - Resolved, That we are opposed both. In principle and policy ..to negro suffrage; that the State of Ohio, having by the emphatic majority of $0,600 rejected it for herself, is sternly, opposed to its forced Imposition up on the other States,' and that': we stigmatize such an Imposition by - the ' Federal- Govern, ment as a ; most base .usurpation;; ,f d Resolved, That the practical effect of the so-called Reconstruction Acts of Congress is to deliver over ten States to the politioaland social control of neeroes to nlace the lives liberties and fortune of the whites residing there into the hands of a barbarous people and that it would Inevitably lead to either a war of races or to the Africanization - of the South. . '..! . Resolved, That notwithstanding the enor mous arid -conceded frauds in the creation of the public debt, the faith of the country is pledged . to its payment principal and Inter est, according to the terms of the several acts of Congress under which the banks repre senting the debt were issuea,but not . other wise; and we arej opposed to any plan , for extending the' times of payment, thus in creasing the amoup.t of gold interest to more than principal, or to any declaration jby Con gress that the prinoip&I is payable in gold, which would virtually add more than a thou sand millions to the burthen of the debt, and to the whole insane; flnanoial policy of which these measures . are a part. . r: , a .. c Resolved, That neither forgetting or deny ing an ancient faith that gold and silver coin torm the currency of the country, we de clare that the five-twenty bonds' should be paid in the same currency received by the Government for their issue, and that, by the withdrawal of the monopoly granted to the National banks, this result can be accomplish ed without an undue or dangerous Increase of paper money, now . the" only circulating medium, thus relieving our people from the burden of a debt, the tendency "of which' is always to corrupt and enslave, and our Gov ernment from the reproach f paying a fa vored class in gold, while discharging its debts to all others," including pensions to widows and soldiers, in an Inferior currency. V " ' - Resolved, That the plan violates no law, impairs no contract,' breaks' no faith, and, in stead of retarding a return to specie pay ment, Is the shortest, because the only safe way of reaching that end, Resolved, r That ' all the property of the country, including the ' Government " bonds which receives the equal protection7 of the Government should bear an .equal share in its burdens, -"V ;;-: Resolved, That we Indignantly reject the principle derived from the feudal system,that the masses of the people belong to the govern ments under which they live, which, in an other formes contended for by the monarchies of Europejlncluding Great Britain, that once a Bubjeot always a subject. That we, on the contrary, maintain that an. individual can, bv emigration and residence In another bounu try", foreswear; his previous allegiance, and be. admitted , into all the civil and political rights of his sew home that American cit izens; by adoption and naturalization, are en titled to, all the rights, as between us and foreign powers which can be claimed by our native-born citizens, and that it Is the duty'of the Federal Government to protect and main tain them by every means within its power. '' Resolved, That the people will sustain An drew Johnson, President of the United States, in the struggle with Congressional usurpation and that we pledge the Democracy Of Ohio to support him in all constitutional measures to relieve the white people of the South from the negTO governments now. being imposed upon them. . .: V ' ' " ' ' ' Resolved, That the fortitude and gallantry of our soldiers in the recent civil war, In de fense of the Union,- entitles" them to the gratitude of the country, and they should ever be remembered by it in its bounties. Resolved, That the Democracy of th coun try have neither the purpose nor desire . to re-establish slavery, nor to assume any por tion of the debts of the States lately in re bellion . :.r-. Administrator's Salo 0 F R E A L ' E STAT E.r IN pursuance of an .order of the Probate ..Court of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at publio auction, on the premises, on - - r; - s Saturday the Zlth.day of June, 1868, at 1 o'clock; afternoon the following describ ed real estate, situate in the county or won roe and State of Ohio, to wit: The south part of the .northwest. fourth, of the northeast fourth and the south part of the northeast fourth ot the . northwest ! fourth jof section seventeen, township three and range three, containing in all sixty-eight acres. Apprais ed at $ Tesxs op Sale. One. third In, hand, one. third in one, and one-third in two years from the day of 'sale with interest; the payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. . ' : .'Wi -i , FREDERICK LEHMANN, Administrator of Anna Lehmann, dee'd, maylstd, . , Business ' Card s. If ATIO Jf AIi; HOTEL , ' Main Street t Barnesville, Ohio'.';) It. E. Frasler, : : : ; : Proprietor. GUESTS will find the best accommodation at this House,and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. . ' , ' ' Hacks leave the Hotel every morning for Woodsfield. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, ::. sep24v. UNION HOUSE, (Southeast of Publio Square,) : SIM05 DORR, ; : : Proprietor. HAVING recently taken ' charge : of this House, the Proprietor has refitted and refurnished It throughout in a manner calcu lated to make it one of the most desirable stopping places In this part of the State. . Guests will find the best accommodations at this House, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable ; . A , ' The 8tables are commodious, and the trav elers' horses receive the best attention. '' . - aug27rv i' -v-; - H. P. nAQEa... ............ G. E. NICHOLS. HAGER & NICnOLS, MANUf ACTTJBXS 0? !' '; FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Head-Stones, &c." ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPEEIOB WORKMANSHIP AND . v FINISH. , GTPeraons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give us a call before going llsewhere. ... , . , MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN BARNESVILLE, OHIO June 19 1861. .1 v .. : .- . New Photograph Gallery! rpHE subscriber respectfull) - informs the. X residents of this county that he has erec ted a ... ; v- ,-,,' : . r ) PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY and is now prepared to take Ambrotypeg. Photographs and Copies from other PlCtur cs ' Do not fail to give me a call at the Gallery West corner of Minsterman's Hotel. .." .'..' . . ', .'t JtST Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. june4r. - ' ' WM.' SCflEUFELE. ! WEST VIRGINIA LANDS ' F O B 8AXE, '! I HAVE for sale on- commission some 5,000 acres of improved lands, embracing seve ral fine farms in Tyler County, West Va. Said farms are in one of the beBt counties , in the State, and are offered for sale at very low prices, Any person wishing to purchase a good home, would do well to call on me be-; fore purchasing elsewhere, vv V? y:.& ' j My office will be. at Middlebourne, Tyler County, West. Virginia, at which place I . may be occasionally found. J I will go with any person desiriDg to see . my lands ; and show them. " 'J . - ' Any persons of Monroe County, Ohio, desir ing to "purchase "any of the "above"lands, ':br wishing to know where I can be found, at any time, will receive all required information by calling ' upon the Hon. James R. Morris, at Woodsfield, Ohio. G. MAGRUDER, . ; Middleboue5B,'West Va., ) - March 6, 1868. j : Hoh.'J. R. Mossis Dear Sirr. This willhe handed to you by Mr. G, Magruder, ' who has the' agency of several fine tracts of land in this county, which lands . he proposes to sell. I know Mr. Magruder, and know that he has taken a great deal of pains to take no lands for sale ': but .such' as are of low price, goed quality and : undisputed title. He is -very careful and particular about these things I believe he will say nothing about his lands but what Is altogether true. Persons having money cannot lose .by. investing In these lands. Respectfully,, M ..-?-?. -f r . U-i vtv t EDGAR BOXERS, . : t-f Attorney at Law.,; . .MmnLEBouEB b,. 7vlxb CorjBTT, 1 v, f' v. -Marcht7, 1868. rf J i This is to certify -,that J, Edgar. Boyers is a practicing Attorney of my Courts, and Is a gentleman of integrity, and one in whom im p licit confidence can be placed. - - - - C. J. STDART, " Judge of the 4th Judicial Circuit of West ' Virginia. Woodsfield, Ohio, March 24, 1868. .. J. Edgar Boyers, Esq.. is an Attorney at Law, In Tyler County. West Va., with, whom I am well acquainted. 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' -V:;"; NOTICE is hereby given that a petition has been presented to the Town Council of the Incorporated Village of -Woodsfield, pray ing for the vacation of the alley . running north and south between, lots number twenty and. twenty-one, and the east . half of lots number ninety and ninety-one, so far as the northeast corner of lot number ninety-one. Said petition will be for ' hearing at the meet- in e of said Council on tne aa day or July, A. D. 1868. MrHOEFFLEKr Recorder. mayl9w6.; " "; " - ----- Kotice. D' tSTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 'STATE8, BOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO. IN BANKRUPTC X, ; In the ' matter of Isaao Young, Jr.'1 By order of Court, the creditors of Isaao Young. Jr., a bankrupt, are hereby notified to appear before, me, at my office in the Court House, Zanesville, Ohio, on the 8th day of June, 1868, at, 10 o'clock "A. m, and show cause, if any they have, why the bank rupt aforesaid should not be discharged from his debts.' ' -' ' : -'''.' l" t:--"r; ' The seoond and third meetings of creditors provided for in the 27th and 28th sections of the Bankrupt Act of 1867, will also be held before me, at the same time and place. - GILBERT D, MUNSON, Register. mayl9w3. : 'c ' ;"- Oil Leases for sale at this Office. Kv L D 0 H I 0 4 X XKT 10 5Q Preminia Kotea, secured by first lien oil .. . ...... , o.oro:! Directors to do a safe, rather than a large bus! make the Company permanent and safe to any other Company Jn the State. '.).:: J CTORS B. C. Miles, ": '- C. C. Nezob, r ir. Chris.. Wabjiicke H. C. Kotzebtje, Peter JJiehl, OkEY. ",; ' "i Q. H. DAVENfOBT J. T. Judktns, Secretary, June 14, 1860r- . ) ;., First Rale Liltle Farm Within : AOnc meloLMnld, j I T OFFER for-sale my farm of One Hun JL dred and Twenty Acres,! good build ing, two orchards, farm In good repair. will give a good bargain- .The farm is just one mile west of Woodsfield, on the main road.-apr7'68. ,; ', . ' : SAMUEL' SMITH.. v,v Select;; Sclipd5lr; ; THE first term of. the Antioch Select School will commence on Monday, April 27, 186S, and continue in session ten weeks. . This school will afford superior advantage! to those wishing to qualify themselves for teaching. w -1 f A vl' H. BETWILBB,' ii-: i-1 ; i6i ohB. MARTIN,. .mchl0m2. rA ', t r Jr i Teachers. :-v- - Road ; Kotice. - " A petition will be presented to the Commls Xi. sioners of Monroe county; Ohio, at their June session, for the alteration' of a road, commencing- at the county line between Washington and Monroe counties, in the old State road; . thence with , the old telegraph road to the land of T. .A. Way: thence to Gravsville, thence the best route to" Woods field,' and to make such alteration as to grad Said to ad not exceeding five degTees; and to vacate so much of the old road aa will be supplied by the new." - l? .--t ' a; apr28. j R -s MANY PETITIONERS. Road -Kotice; NOTICE Is hereby given; that there will be a petition presented to the Commission ers' of Monroe county,! Ohio, at their session in June, 1868, asking a review on the county road leading from , Woodsfield, Ohio, to Anti och, Ohio, especially that part east of where road strikes the lands of Alfred .Davidson to a point about thirty rods North of the South west corner of EliaS Wilson's land. ' :' -" ' - apr28. "r 4 '"-' " ;i v MANY PETITIONERS. s ilload iN"otice. A PETITION will be presented to the Com ty . Commissioners of Monroe County, Ohio, by the tax-payers of Summit Township' at their June session, 1868, praying for the alteration of the county road leading from Lewisville to Miltonsburg, commencing- on the land of C. ; Weber, thence through, the land of Gotlieb Karig; thence through the land of Michael Wysent to intersect the Old road.-mch31w5. MANY PETITIONERS - , : ii. - .riRoad Notice. - !- A I ETITION will be presented to the Com missioners of Monroe county, Ohio, at their June session, praying for the grant of a county road, commencing at the county road on the land of Jacob. Wahmhas, in Jackson township, to run through the land ot Samuel Bolen; thence through the land of John Re seeker; thence through; the land of Henry Eddy; thence through the land "of Elihu Reaves; thence through the lands of Alexan der Lonce; thence to intersect the county road at David Eddy's mill in Green Township, . mayCtd. v , -; n-J0HN RESECEER, - Road Kotice.- .K-JT .. A fid l. ' .''jl .,!!.(...!! A PETITION will be presented to the coun ty Commissioners of Monroe county.Ohio, by the- tax-payers of Adams and Snnsbury townships, at their June session, 1868, pray ing for the resurvey and establishment per manently of a road from near Eeyser's mill. up Atkinson's run, on the best route to in tersect the road near or. on the premises of Ebenezer Taylor, near the head of Atkinson's run, in Sunsbury township, Monroe count, Ohio. ; , MANY PETITIONERS. ;.;;aprl6w$..;j., -.v:.. -i.-At ior ;;; Tax Kotice. -f rTHE Commissioners 1 of Monroe County, at A : special session April 14, ordered a levy of one mill on the taxable property of the coun ty in addition to whatever amount shall be levied, in the Beveral townships for the pur pose of being worked out on the publio high ways; said tax can be paid In money or work ed out at the rate of $1 50 per day under the superintendence of the supervisors. ",By order of. Commissioners. s S St 8 AM'L GRIMSHAW, i . apr2ltt. . , ; Auditor M. C. O. ' ; ; -Attaclnneht Koticev B. F. Ohlinger, plaintiff; 1 Before: Alexander . . ) againnst : f.r i l Buchanan, J. ? of John Porter, defendant, j Summit township, Monroe county, Ohio; On the. 4th day of May, 1868, 'said Justice issued ah order of attach-' ment in' the above action for the sum of $33 90; said cause set for trial on the 20th day of June, 1868, at 10 o'clock A. M. ; mayl2w3.i v M .. :'( B. F. OBLINGER. ' ' Administratrix Kotice.: - NOTICE is hereby1 given that the under- sitrned was, on the 27th dav of AnriL 1868, appointed Administratrix of thee3tate of Michael Beisel, deo'd. i-ln ;;','.' my5 w3. s , ; ;i CATHARINE BEISEL;: tBlarik Deeds'" and Moil; gages for sale at this office. -To Teachers, THE Board ; of Examiners - will hold : meet ings for the examination of Teachers, at Woodsfield, Ohio, as follows: ' ' " ! ; eaturday, February 29, lb 63. J - ' : March 14, 28,. M April June 11, SO. i a 1 At Antioch, Apm 4 n Examinations to eommenoe at 8 o'clock. . -; By order of the Board-1 .' V . 1 v" i - - -' JAMES 0. AMOS, Clerk," ! ' ?. Notice.:' .r SAMUEL EASSERMAN, Frederick Kasser man. John Easserman, and the unknown . - r " heirs of Anna Affolder, of the Stale of Indi ana, aud Mary Smith, Magdalin Winesburg, and John Winesburg her husband, whose places of residence .are unknown, will take notice that . Oliver Gather did, on the 10th' day of April,. 1868, file Lis petition in the Court of Common Pleas for the . county of Monroe and State of Ohio, against, them and others, the object and prayer. of which peti tion Is that two promissory'' notes In the hands of Jacob Roemer, given by Olivet Ca ther to Samuel Sasserman, one for $200 due April 1, 1868, and the other for $300 due April 1,1869, be cancelled discharged and held for naught; and that the said Jacob Roemer and the other defendants have teen enjoined from collecting, transferring and ne- gouaimg saia notes; saia ease wui da iur hearing at the December term. 188, of . said uonrt. . . uated Apru i isoo. v . r-W p, )rr ? .vii k - OLIVER CATHER, 1 aprl4w6.; ,, ..A jBy Hunter & Hunter. ':Admirnstrator,8 : Sale of '.. U E A LEST A.J? E I, WILL offer for1 sale bn Wrostenxf, fan - 20ra dat of Mat, 1868,'ori the premises, the following real estate; It helng the north east quarter of . the' northwest : quarter of section nine in township four of range IM in Monroe county, Ohio. . u ; : v - ( "! j ; Also, the southeast quarter of the south west quartet of section ten township .four of range -six, in said county- of Monroe, Ohio, containing eighty, acres, more or less; said land lying within "three fourths of a mile of Graysville; appraised at $2,00076 sia I ! . s Also, lot number twenty-nine in the town of Graysville;. appraised at $100.- f,.:"A To he paid in annual payments, onethird in hand, the other two annually with Interest from date; to he secured hy mortgage on said premises; sale to commence at 10 o'clock. JAMES WM. HIGBXEYMAN; Adm'rr t ..aprl4td.f :-,v: .- t ? . ' Treasurer's Kotice ? T 0: TAX p;a Y E E s . : NOTICE Is hereby given, that the Duplicates for' the tax . of 1867, due June 20, are ready for collection. '' All fazes ' not paid by the 20th day of June, will be subject to 5 per cent, penalty; and if. not paid by the 20th of July, will be returned delinquent: and 20 per cent, penalty added .thereto, - Pay your, tax es and save the penalty, f I will receive the Tax at the Treasurer's office. .,.'r. . ... ) Persons paying taxes, are requested, to make the change when ' it is less than fifty cents. " ' t 'DANIEL NEUBLART, - ' : apr28td. ' 1 ; ' Treasurer. ' : .For. Sale or Eent I OFFER for sale or rent a Farm of ISO Acres, improved land, with suitable buil dings, on the road leading from Beallsville to Woodsfield, fire miles from each place. Fruit and good water." Will be sold for $20 per acre-U)ne-third in hand, balance to suit .purahaser. For further information, apply to the subscriber, at St. Clalrsville, Ohio.. .. t .. feMtf. THOS. 8. EVANS. 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No com retition. for there Is no other book on the same subject published or sold in the conn, tryi - Bend for Ciroularsi Address . iX-:j-4 Zeiqli:e; McCtjrdt & Co., f--;?; - 614 Arch street Philadelphia, Pa.J mch31w6.- 11 .: J (;Insblvent;vKotice.V;:!: T- - ; i ,. f J 1 . i r u X '-, N' OTICE is hereby given that all persons' ; holding claims against, the estate of De mos Blusher, deo'd, are required to present them for settlement within six months from this date. . As the estate is probably Insolvj ent it is necessary to have all claims present ed within that time. "h- .-': v.;j - i : my6w?, ;;. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Adm'r. TTTAHTED Tsachbes, : Studekts, and -YY ' other intelligent Men and Women,-In a bosiness paying $100 to $200 per month, acs cording to ability. . For particulars, address -, , ," ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO., " . ' '514 Arch street, Philadelphiaj Pa, ': fehl8,1868. : ;. " l")'y Administrafor's Kotice. ' : l NOTICE Is: hereby given that the under signed was, on the 22d day of April, 1868,appointed by the Probate Court of Mon roe county, Ohio, Administrator of the estate of Joseph Givins, dee'd. C. C NEZOR. apr28w3.; ' " ' A-. ' y ,'"'; Master ICniinissi ;.!.- f-: John: MOOS ;i ;.; .v- f.-S Ui'iil ItUn' VS. '..t.i-'. -.1 (: BY virtue of a mandate to me, directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for 'sale at publio auction, at the front door of the Court House In Woodsfield, in saidcouniy, on I Li"!t.-y Saturday, : fM 11th day ofc M?y,.1868, atone o'clock; P.. M. the .following described real estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The. west halt of the southeast quarter of section eleven township three, and, range five, containing eighty acres more, or less; also the north ; half of the northwest quarter 'of the northeast quarter of section ten In town ship three- oi range five containing twenty acres more or less. .:v i . . -. ::v.7-,'tl.:. ; . . J.P.SPRIGGS, . j mayjSwS. ' Mas. Com. M. C 0 I "'...'' ' .. . SsXM JXiX It All ,.. - 'BUSINESS DIREOTOBY. ULJJ. SAND V ALE. in bbta.. hb., qiArttrt,.. WM., UU lot priM-lutTV. L. Boolt, t(t, SI W. TUrt liOOlS A SUOJSS. , .; 40UN GATES & CO WholaU Vim -' Boom A 6hof . CaM vork wurnBt4. M Pout HR1VGE BOLTS A SB.IDQI.S. ."v "cHASi GRAHAM, X-1w.nt ot Brtd ' Iroa Bridge, Uu Uoldui, Mi Wrosclit lt9 Vi 878 Wort front Strwt. , - ' - Tt i-i - i - BMVMHES 4k WIRE GOODS, i ' WM. BttOMWELL 6c CO.. bU I 1 ' m jrsBQN, .f.Tj wung maw ot njap, .objs mm "... ' oatklogso. 181 Walnut Stroot. - - . . j , ; BRO.MWELL HAND LOOM Csrptt, fcmlM bt, BUakott, Idanr, itumt, o Bob4 for otulogao. Wat. BromwoH a C Ul Wliw .J. --..j .-. CjMRIJ.QJi3. -- ' v': J.K. SKA ATS St CO., CarrUfo Mm. V 0i work bowghk, all, Mi tuksagod.. fntiHe' " koa (iroa to Bpiriag. 669 CostnU Atbu. , (toedi. Mauufkctonn C Wiaiow SUdoi. 171 Mi UK ' MtU St,.Hido..:-- - JKO. A. SUlltf It. Crptt, Oil Clh, Mn CLOTHES WAS JIMS WM1XQXM. v.'f THE HYDRAULIC Ciodwo WkorA WrkMN: If ompbuie&lljr tho boil. 8i for dooenptioa, orteM, t 7. Aadiou. Stout Lunar lUMf. Co., Mm ft h. COMXISSIOX. ' ; ? ' . . . .NT. n ..-- COCHTIAN & NEWPORT, Codioio lUr.. .. oh.nu im flour, Qnia, tfOTuiuM, Soois, 00.. Ultf; Columbia Strool. - .. ,. . , ... .. .f j;- CHKISTV BROS.' 6c COt, p7,8rta,- Oo ' oral rrcMuoo Heilort lad CofnmiMioU IeroiU, Sooh r . atfcoiI. - Wotot 8t. tad 19UTW; - - -.. M'CAFFREY 6c ftPGOVJEltN, CooiBtMioi atorahkBU U Flour, QruB, Buuor, Cbnoto, fs trt ' ' tooo, Apple. Driod Friiito, etfl., sorcliBM o tim, B . lowott mrnrkot prioo. OTor dcriy tisa oi fenrooioy ,lTWlirtStrojt . . . . ' FOUIDST WRIGHT, CommiMioB Uroiuai . . fjxito c. u, t Bh a a. a, w.a. a. irj, a utaiwitahJt, . i.i j : THOS. MURDOCH 6c CO., Somoo ? Forwartiing AltnU. . Coamiuion Ulro Im ' ; Qnia, Wliiiky, od OobotbI frodtteo. UlWUwoy i WAS30N, MORGAN V PACE OoomtV Oommiuioa MsrchonU lad DeJn 1b FroTuioB. h j tnaUr Bttoatioa to MllU( Oraia A Frodaoo mt ail tUmiS : 80 Timo Stroot. ; . , . . ! ' ... ... . .. i Z. , COI.lAttD, CLAYTON 6c CO., Coi llmlnnu lur ulo oTBattor, Chout, rur lrd, Dried rait, Setdi, fi GtumlProA. H WU IQoJai JfillH N. Tit nil AH Se CO VUa ud Camuissioa Jlercbmu and Doaler ia Prodaoo (oaor oily, auko iltuni ob ooiuifamoaM Bad faraiok faota COXFECTIOXERY. " i R. W. KKHI ib CO CoBfotkMrr TUiff4 Bad Cannod Fraiu, NoU, iro Works, Ty, oo. A-' leaiioj braadt o( xin-cu fiBoviBf, r)g, mihalii. Tobacoo. 1 25 Maia Stroet. i . - At DESTI8T. - Dit. AJLTI, tDO rrTior pt rw v"Ti; Tooth oztractod without paia.' fiat ttrla If lo ,M . aortonj. 161 Klia St. s . . ; ' . ' JFLRE BRICK A TILE CLAX. . TAYLOR t, THOMAS 6c CO llaaBtaeiuoM, i O. OAoe, 221 Wotor St.; Ciaojaaui. at buotoTUio, GB0CER8. - - CARPENTER, BROWN 6c ELL1. rT. Wholwalo tirooor aad CoauBinioa Uoroiuaio. 7 Wool Boeood 8trooi. - - . .. .':)'"- JlAZS' ""' ' : COAN THE HATTER, 64 Wort roarva ni; -: Boaity oppoolto Flko'o Optra Ilooio. ' GinSO?! BROS., Wholttalo DnlmJt Kiobv Capo. Straw Qoodi, and Fara, 14 W. roari K, - t . , JIAJS'D LOOM. .. , FAltBliiitS wantiag in nwr ha.ik -: ; for woannf all kladt of olota, ohmtd prooan D EX HALL'S, with lata improTomoot. It ht um.f ..' a ahild eaa oporato it. For oirouloro ad f WOBTlnc. addrooo, with (tamp, GRNV00i) IwJ! COMPANY, Cinciaaati, O. Ot&oo nawf od to lw Cara - Btroot, botwooa Baoo aad Ela. f UXAirS 1.11' E BALSAM s : Bu oarod OTr 100,000 eaooo of RhraatatitBL 6rr),r , Old Uloero. D7PPa, and ail DiwaMO O'Uie Impnrity of tho Blood. SI a bottlo-, tix for ti. Cru f obmo of iu Woadorfol Cam ota ko bad of. . I, US la 8t CiBciaaatl. O. ; . KU QZOTES. ) JOUVIN'S KID GLOVES, $1.8Sot ftii: - ?rHita.atBoUA-maora,144 W.ioarthbt, . ;.- ' VSIOIT COAX OIL A LAMP CO. ; f W. II. ALDRICH, AgeBt. Laaipo, loatoTBd,' ' Olaoi Wan, Window Glut, Fruit Jan, Carkoa, bt.tmm, . Liaoood aad Lard Oill. Ko. t W. Sooond St, . , . MAC11USERX. . fSIESSLER A STHCLTZ. uiM Shop. S. . oor. Soooad t lia Stt. ' J. A. FA Y 6c CO Maaofaetaioro of ororf Tariota; Of rawnt ooa woruag aueaiaorT, riBiB( aiaamsmm, Bath. MMdior. aad TtaoBina MaohiBO. OU. WutuhI toporior to anjr Is aoo. Uaaofaotor aad Offioo, ootaoc joaa a 1 roai bUj Bona lor ouovian. - I.Kff Ar. T.PiVITT. afaaBfaetnron of C'nmla rjaw-siuia, frtDi c stauooary etm jvm ;a, t uoa, aad aliu aLaooiBorr M ail tun. uu w. ooooaa so. MILL i CRXZSHIXG. THOS. BRADFORD s CO., Froaeh Bwf XlU-Mtoao Majafactorr. 1U11 (intlaf, Boluac . Portxblo MilU, Sub AlUla, Loathet aad (tm h. . v r aina rxroo. . . . . MQSVMESTSm T. WHITE SON, iaipoTtora of tho ooloaooM . Sooteh Grantto, Italiaa ftUrbio Monntnmt. Doaioo k all NaUto GraaiUo. tSS aad 237 W. Fifth St.. . Mvsia GEIGEU ds MCND. ati Wwio. k.nl . . InotramoDta. solo Agoata tot TrajHt, Eootaoot 4 Co.'t . Eir.fiaaoa. fcaW. Fifth St. ... . . . - . i - Cr. vi--, . ' PAXKTS & OILS. ' wai. a. cox & co. ,t r' r"' WHOLESAtI ft RETAIL DEALERS TS rAISTS,- . On A, WIS DOW GLASS A r-AIS?ha" hlAItiJAi. , ''-'173 Baoo Btroot. ' - ' ' ' ' PALM 38 VEGKIIXJJI CCSiKIC lill'Jl J It tho lowoiga oalBt ftr tho afloat plaiplooa tho laoa, : Bi wotl aa tho Btoot diotrootioa ctttaaooaj diaoafo that tact afflict aay part of thoMrooa, ' - ' . -DAimixt,TaT,,Oot.r5,l'4.- Ha. Bolo PiLUlia : Vtat Sir Tour Lotioa hat own, kao of Totter of thirty yoan cUnding. o auooat of . :BB0y.W08ld torapt so to bo withoat ft for mrr4 1 family, at I nod It equally food for onry thing whoro M . xtoraal applioatioB ii roquired, aa wll at au, tmlM, . aad all oimilar aeddoBto; also karat; provoatiag Wit -IbnaatioB of a blittor, and takiagoat tiio toroaoai faamodiatolT. I havo wot writtoa tho aiwTO at a pd ; yoar BMdicuo. but portly rroai a dotiro that thote t a t4 with Tottor, or aay othor dioaoM of tho aaia.auLjratoA, t.:.' t lootaooiTOi oi u priotioto rooMoy. . r Botpootfully, ota. JOB KISTLEE. f ' rortojoby aUDragjiiU. rraparod calyky . . j -. ... Jp . ... 60LOS PALMEB,. ... ' ' No. 36 W. Frt 8U, ClnciaiiBtl, O.' 1 Alto BMBfaotarot of FtTfaraory aad Jobbor ka OxaBV; ' Brathoa, aad Tailot Ooodt goaarally. , " ' TABES. SASGnfGS. ! J 8. HOLMES 6c SON, Manutactoroct aid lav : aortara of Fapor Uaagingt. IU alaia St, . ' CA9IARGO MANUFACTCRINO , Fapot Haogiogi and VYiadow Siiadoo. 67 W. FoarU St.. JtOTAXX. PVMB JZXGLXX CO. 1 aUaafactartra of tho Hardy 4 Uorrii Puttat CmMR Bad Powot Fampt: OiL Lard, and B r""'i 8"o Firo Paaipt; Stoani Engiaet, oto. OAeo tit W. IA ' St. Work oor. Third A Fbila. 6U. CoTififtia, M, ' AddKM J. S. Baker, agtat. ' STEAM BUMPS. UDU jB rv) HtMm Pram a.i TV.il Twtljtm Steam Fipo aad Fitting, atr aad Bw Gm-t Goaoral Bran Work. 6ad for llbatratod Circular mm-Prieo-Utt. 118 . Soooad St. - - 4 TOBACCO. ' EGGERT, DILM 6c CO tic.rt. Uomtttio and Srannh Vol Tobaooo, Sitol s oohaaat aad Briar Fipoo. ta W. Soooad St - , BIITCnELIj CO, Old Cwrr riwxtx CBSVisa 1'ob40CO Wouit also other braa of ijmt tog aad Smoking Tobaooo. 13 'Walor Street. . . ' TISES ASP LAI ED PLAXISQ B1SX LOWAS A HAGER, maanfcotoTara of Vieol Layod rianing Bittj Faper, ShUclo, aad ATiar Kntrtt: Bridge Bolta. Aa'iU 4 Vit repaired, M V'oBoaeoeaand. SU W. Seoond St. : WHOLESALE XOIIOAS. ? U. BROWN 6c CO. notlery. 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