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THE SPIRIT, OF fDEMOCB AC V.
Taeadaw, Fbrnary 1S,187S. eassssBB -. y-, Meaaoa LoaoaNo. IS 9. F. ft A. M., meats la their HalL in Woodsfield, oa Wednesday evening of, or preoeding.the fall Moon of each month. ivi.W-:,-:; H. B.HU.L, W. X. iui, Williams, Secretary. WoodsfibuChiptib.no. 85, R. 4. M.. meets at their Hall, in Woodsfield ,eu Monday even lag succeeding the fall Moos of each month. ... : x: wiuaAaa, a. tv Jai.'R. IIoBXtB, Secretary. Connty Officers. frobBl 'Judgo, Jamss jk' atoeita; d&ce in tie Court House, r l.r . . Auditor, Mich ail HoifTtua; offlee 1b the . 'Court House.' i" - J' ' ' Treasurer William Riad: office-' In the Conrt Hons. ' ;' ' Clerk of Court, DatidOkbt; offioo In tho Prcnting Attorney. A. J. PiAasoit, office p "stairs in. Bloomer House. ' .,. , . , Recorder. Archibald Ho8KiBsoa;offloe In the Conrt House. ' ' -,. . ' ' ' 6heriff,QsoHB CAtDWELL-.office in the Conrt Henso. 'f. ,r i Commissioners Jsuss 'A unviaoH t ."' ' W a . ,Wokkka, Chbistiab Cbbb; office with" And. Surveyor, O. 8. 8laab: Postoffloe Stafford." -I Inflrmarwl-IWreetore, Jacob C. Yobo, Philip , Bchswachib, Br., Jacob Dbcu. 1 CoTomroTiKnHxiwABBnj.r Uamsville, sure county, Ohio, Jj . VI KHIVA Li AH1I 1'Z.rAHTUKB 111 1U AND FROM WOODSPIILD. f B'aVne6vllTe, which now includes Beallsyille taid Calais mifla,. artWe each, evening at 3 p.. teave each- morning Vl a! it. Western Marietta arrives Tuesdays and Fridays. iJsave Wednesday and Saturday 'at 7 a.m. Sunflsh arrives every Tuesday , evening. iaVeB Wednesday ,mxjiyWnf?B at 3 A, si, V.; -Southern Marietta arrives Tuesdays and Fridays.' Leaves Wenesfcay nAnd 'Saturday . w .hK T n B a ST a -v" i r- o o - "ar .t Sabtcrlben W Sod o M after thoir t1ff will n doriUnd that the 16 forMA they Brpaid bas tp!rt,a'n'il if, nf feonse Itloard it wilf.be taken For granted $h at they do" not wish to renew their subscrip tions, and their nameswill be erased. rScreral new announcements this week. f.inM ??I1T8Tr . X3TTho horses sent to Baltimore by Mr. S L. Mooket ten days iince, were .all sold on the day of their 'arrival. lLu T? 2 3J , ;HMiX i IT -. 'XyThe members of the dramatic Troupe of this place, are practicing for niexhibition to b giten' !ia tlie Conrt: House some time in March. JSTOur old subscribers are renewing their subscriptions almost io a man ; say they can't' keep house without the 70ur first page contains an inter 'eating story and other readable articles. Also, one column of reading matter on our fourth page. . . ' ; ' . . -- .-.r T T f . f ' irMr. IsIac Smith sold the prop erty North of the "Spirit" office, until recently inse asa, JIotelio Mrs. T "SracLAia, last weet for $1,250 "Sheriff ,Caldweu.' .4)roc!amH tipn" for the Ulectiom " tiC ' al DelegaM i to4 the Constitutional CoBventron on Mon 'davApril 7th, appesrs in tbis tesue. n , feu , : '- . !' i ,l vg. . - - . ap- . t hi X&t. valentines way, me im inst., like its predecessors, was not dis tinguished in Ihia-Wality-for anything, except fancy "picters, and execrable ipoetry.-' jTWe omit County Suryeydr fronJ the list of county officers to"- be homin-: atednhd elected this fearli:Tlie. ,pres "ent SutVeyor was ; electcdin" lfi71, for three ears. " - 5P"Our thank's ar duQIoBRi Gatch-Ill- v of .-Washington;?: oidl William Worxman, Esq of Sunsbufy township, 'for six yearly subscribers, additions to ryThe measles prevail to such an 'extent in Ohio township that the school tanghjt JBapM Gc&i&tfrtfc wen fuspendea untu the scholars re- We, iiraxtJBder Aeligatlaas'.W Clerk Oket for report of the proceed info of the late term of the Court of wiiiUutKH..!.,,;;8 . iSTTbe djsibiliUes 9f rM. T. Him- tib of Virginia have been removed by Congress. .Mrj fJiirak waa 5a member when be went with the Southern Con federacyV tun ' M i. nit in u naf-li vSrOne:: of JtoeCentml vCommittee- SfiV t- 4 w .. . . jut .. . - - rieii ' Urxi'thiibii to nominate'. jc6unty',;officersi fbecause the people; would . not ': faavt to keep - their dogs chained so long.1 That joke is on t X3rThe liquor case, under th Adair ' law, pf- H avkaB ' Smite ? vs' Conbad FsASTZvJf has been compromised - by Fkasti paying $500 and costs ' This Is th fatest .frbm ClaTingtdti, and we bate reason-(0 beliete it true.', '' '.. -."..4i Li. ii " : ' , m ' " '" , X37The game seasoa closed on ..Ihe 15th iDstNosnioia pheasant qnail and rabbit snooting until ' October loth, Tba season ought to : extend to M arch 15th as the birds not pair until "in jf"A;report was in , circulation , here last week that Thoma Earlet, former lyof this eonfrty, had stoiiped1 i rqvet onili83road (iea: Pwkereburg, Wt4 Va . and demanded his money. -The droef replied that he hadn't very much but he was welcome to what he had, drew a, revolver from hia pocket, and shot ! nib' dead." He rode back some distance informed some persons what he bad done, who cared 'for the body. but did' not arrest the party, , as . they thought be had done exactly right - JtrThis is the last number of the Volume The StiRn fatf established in 1844, the fif9V number having been prin tedoB:II$t5e$lsifte" lead" tfTm iaithfully served .the. interests of the people of Monroe County from that time tohe present ; and we!r',propo'se, in the future, to continue to make it a first- class weekly paper til ; TICKETS. - ; On Tuesday the ilhdag of March e shall commence printing tickets for the candidates for County offices." , . . l. .Those who propose to be candidates in convention should "r8end in their names (and orders. for tickets) before the date mentioned, and, by so doing, have them on al) the tickets printed. , "i4jrXhe County , Commissioners dis tpproved the contract made by the In firmary Directors, with Mr. Lewis ScLESBCsdsi I'd ' Superintend the In firmary one year for '$500. " Mr. Scles BCEdEtt Is " the ""best man for ' the place in M .nroe County, and' had we tlie employment of the Superintendent, would save money for tft'e jieople bv jiaying him 81,000; rather thin ' a'niost any other man 8500 td manage' that institu tion;: " v:":"i.: ;-. ." jtyTlle Columbus Nursery is one of the pldestfTargelt and most reliable Nur series Id' the State ; bon'taining i at pres ent over 200 cres 6( the finest . selec tions of Fruit! tevergreen and Ornamen tal trees, besides 'several large Green hocisei containing tlie most rare and beautiful pWts'and flowers bow under cultivation." To those who may favor us with their orders we guarantee satis faction iq every caea. ' J; ." . -, tWji. WABr'iEj.D & Co ; I ' Agen's for tho Columbus Nursery. ! BELMOjiT'CrDSTT'-r-"Ve take the foi: (owins fiom the Barnesvile Enterprise; 134asMfH'..,iH-0 e:krikk Mrs Cordelia Nichols fell down on the 7th inst, breaking her arm near the wrist, Snd badly Injuring her elbow. Gen. Kilpatrick lectures in Barnes vilTe, February 28. Subject Sherman's Marcli to. the Sea.' '.' A Pit sens gc fa taie rectef for the use of the Presiding Elder of the M. E. Church. tf v.-n ! Common Pleas Court commenced on the J 0th inat, There are 360 cases .on the docket! ,l;0':n ..."i ; Doh' Don't spit on the floor j don't at all if you Can help' It Don't ctrum wftb jour fingers or feet j don't sit with your Teet higher than j-oiir head ;v don't go with dirty flails ; jdoa't trim or. Iean your nails in company ; don't clean your sose, ears pr teeth in the presence of otheitt ; tion't eat with your knife; don't t)Ibw jrour nbse at the table; don't bake sipping tea or eating soup a vocal exercise; : ;'dcm'tp eat Vast ; dont lrop orange peel or peach skin on the side wally don't interrupt others in conyer sation; don't use profane language; don't whisper 1ft (Sinrch or at . concerts ; doii uli'.y quV VaWt :out in , church ; don't 6leep in chtirch; don't run in deb't but if -yow diontffo'ret to pay ; don t borrow your neighbor's newspaper - - -'. . ' ; "Intelligent people nowadays, in stead f preserving an(J hunting up .cir caTarsiii9ndbiIl8 and poslera for noti ces -ef articles they wish lb purchase, lobkto"columus of the bes.t newspapers inojrd to find where 'their-.-wants cah be supplied- So well 9 this principle becoming nndbrstoon that the" theatrical mansgers of sewT.Yoik, at a meeting held last wek, dtcided ty dispense with he nsf bills and postersjnd rely for their eommafcicattun ,iththe7jbublic soieiy sipon tue am ertifing 'columns oi permanently established; anj regulatly recognized newjfer)ers.;Thcy consider thisViioth the cheapest a&d most eflect- e-rsy of Obtaining "buWicitjv as it Undoubtedly is. Washington Star. TUB WoodNflrld ancr Bninesvni We publistfin this issue ,a commurii' catmn.rclaUng to railroads,wbich should beiefully pcrusd byevery man "io Idenroe Lounty. states Jcw, whtch if acted upon, with tnergy and a determ ination to have a railroad leading from ourjpountj'to, Barnesville, or 8 some ,oth er point, caunot fgil to placeiis iu con- netuon with the markets or tDeicoua- iryand increase the pi ice of ovr lands and.J:verything pruvidedby our.,faraj rs. A railroad we most hive. If, we arfjiot able to build broad-gauge toad let us build a naiipw 'gauge, and with its completion will come increased prperlty to every man within the lim its of 5oicfMWoe?vu mi .st; Tbe De piocratlc KemlnatlBc; Con Thl Ceatrai) domttee, on the 8th inst, decided to bold the Convention, to nominate ' Delegate ' to" represent1 this county In thejlnstitutwnal Convention on Saturday, the loth day of March.,. V. At the same time tbe Committee fixed tbe' liin'e 'for noiai'hg5, the Convention1 tb DouiiMtiuSjCuijuijr i vuictrs-fauuunyA uv 7th day of April, the day of the Spring elections,' '- ':!i;, i'.,' 'rV-"- .n . l ' i. i t 1 , For several ; years, past the Conven- tion .to nominate, county : officers ' has been held id June,' bht, ; this' year.-( the Committeemen, and the candidates ..fa vored an early Convention,-because of the Kivlbg of tlme tiding bVef the couii- ty and tp prevent our larmers from be ing bored very day for the next three months listening to the 'special . claims of thisr.that and the other candidate We guess they i were all pretty ' nearly correct in' theit. views.''. 'J ' ', '!.', ;!v''Vi ', Z. The resolutiona confining -tha voting in both conventions to Democrats meets the hearty,, approval -; of the party,. ; A Democratic Nominating Convention in Whicb: the nominees are dictated by the votes of Eepublicans is a farce, the De mocracy do not care W- larger support EverYyear we havf .witneased iRepubli- caun voting in. our Nominating Conven tions snd fully three-fodrths 6f them refusing at the Fall election to Vole for the nominees... -But this year the votes of Republicans will not be taken, which leaves tbe nomination - wholly to the Democrats, which is simple justice - tb them and no injustice to the RertitblN ! XirEev. Bkaielle -held religious services In Miltonsburg' last Sabbath. i3TTlie following appeared jn the Wheeling fhltllfgencer of the 12th1 last : , Nwr Fyin The Wholesale ; Tea and Tobacco Justness heretofore4 carried oil by Howell, Bloom6eld k Co , will be continued at tile bid stand. No. 15 Main Street, by the undersigned, under the firm name of. "Howell, Paull A Sinclair. A. Allen Howell. . ' - GeokgsPacll Josiah Sinclair. Our people here, know ' 3Ir. Sinclair to be an honest, correct business man and wish him success in his present ' en terprise. He has, until recently been a partner in the Drng House of SjIiths', Sinclair it Co " ". " ' ' Special SeKisinai oi the t'ounty CoidmlMloiieirs. The Board convened id special sess ion on the 10th Inst , present William Workman, Christian Ckhrs and James Armstrong. J AsfE R. ' Morris, Probate Judge; elect, presented his bond in the sum of ten thousand dullars,with sureties.which was" accepted and approvetl.- The contract entertd( into between the Infirmary pirectorsV and , Lewis Sules bekgkr, as Superintendent of the Coun ty ii.firmary, for the ensuing -year,1 for the sum of $500, was disapproved . ", Ordered that no order be issued to W. II. Simmons for the bridge at Leba n6n,.ui)til .c6mpretctl;' ",; . ; i There being jio further business the Board adjourned. s -r ; - - ; J"The Siumptown correspondent of the Barnesville Enterprise contributed the Lllowipg in the last hum ber : i ' I "As to the Woodsfield R.ulroad,many persons favor the-route fiom Somerton Steam Mills down big CapVina to the mouill of little'Xaptina and thence ul thht ittearti to Wm, ; Reed's at Barnos vllle: 'Thts route t would be wlthint ghdeva's it would follow the' creek all the way. We favor this route for the mineruls Dat lay undeveloped in the en lUtiiL . If tlie iron horse akniilri opt td.tfaveiing tills route I w'ouidljproinise' an aounoance or coal to give mm neat, salt to season his hash, .water to wet his whittle, and lead to bhoot at the mark of liis Ligh calling" -. ri . We don't care a" snap if the roiite should be through Texas, so that the road is made That's what the people in Monroe County want to. see accom plished, and. they stand - ready', to' give the project "aid and comfort.' Ui- ' ' r " ' t (WtHtteal fepTie Spirit.) ? " : Died of pneumonia, on the 6th day of February, 1873, John Sloan, of; Staf ford, in' the JB8th''year of his age. He has been a resident of Monroe county for nearly 60 years and was porsonally known and acquainted with ' almost all the , early settlers of the County, and acknowledged by all who knew' him to be honorable "and just in all his transac tions in Jile. He ' was'exemplary ' in more than ! foils, lie formed an51 early at- tathment to' th'e Chifstian Cliuicir'oi which he has been a protnirient memliipr for over thlrt years. In his last illness he was submissive to his fate,' often say ing that he was willing and . wanted to die. , He has left a widow, a number of relatives and friends to deplore his loss. many of whom are widely disseminated Thus it is that we are called upon to chronicle anotber death and raise anoth er monument that points to the inevita ble and certain dom of all the living. The funerat obsequies were performed by Kev. Olmsted, of Beallsville,' Ohio. . - - S. Tltfe SPIRIT ? ! FOR 1873. TEST COrifcS FOR 15 00. Wc! will send the Swait' td all sinsle and Club subscribers for one year for $2 each, or. at Qub rates, 10 subscriber i, tir more,!at &1 - 0 eack ' ; AI active Democrats are authorized t'd form Clubs for the Spirit.: For 10 sub- scrips and 815, we will send 1 1 copies to any address in the United States; or to as many different addresses if desired. r Sertdin'tbe names from every town ship in tbe connty. We are making the Spirit the best iauer published in Eas tern Ohio-' b.i.--. H. R West, .. - Dec. 3, 1872. ; Publisher. O U U L U B t A ii ENT S j The following comprises a . list of the SPiRiT's Club Agents in Monroe Coufiiy : . I - .... " 1 J : : . . V ' f - V Jii-'-.:.r : ,,- . PostOmoe. Hon. E Hkadlet, r-' . -:- Cameron. Thomas Mcbput,"-' , ul Brownsville. W H Simmons, . r . Mastcrton. Ed "Oket &VH. Robinsok, 7 - Stafford J. B. Drcm," ',;-.'..' in ; - i. New Castle. Wm Hathobn, i .- . Elias Barker,' - ; ; 1 - Johi M. Goodwiw, . Simos Dorr; Jr., .,'-","'- CCehrs," - j ,';r F,M Amos, .i - - . . - ; Trail Run -Antioch. ; Sardis. Miltonsburg. . : .Hannibal. ' ri Antiooh. A J. GooonuEdi John Mallory, ;-' 'i;"r";'?;::1-'" '" "'...."' ' 7. ;.ClariTigton.' P FoLOF.R & C. Tocket, , T . L'. Calais., Alex.-Bqcqanan & M. Bdtt, Lewisville. Wm. Workman. - - - . Beallsvillei Adah Arnold, " i - ; Ozark. E. G. Blattlerv ,-. for Switzerland Tp. John GatcheU, , V Graysviile. Sam'l Latta & Jos. Biglet, for Wayne - township. .;Th'ey.are,autborized io receive subscri bers, for clubs of 10 or more, to the SprarryatSl 50 per annum'; singliTsob- scribcrs outside the county 02. per. ab- nura. .f , .-: 1 HR.West,; ;;jan28;73; , : " .Publisher. Mctlce to Toma and Township ' ' '.' .-; Trrasnrers. ' . Tows and Township Treasurers will draw funds duefr on February settlement, 1873, their respective townships, and set tle for all school funds received during tlie yeajr, .on the' 17th, I8tiiand 19th of February. ; . Vouchers must be produced for all school funds paid out: -; Feb4w3. j" M. HoErrLtrftVAtiditor.' jfThe Asiatic Quail Is ' feeing intro duced into California. ; Quite a number Of them nere recently brought over. The San Francisco Bulletin savs i "I he bird is about tbe size of the California meadow lark, and is not unlike that bird in, oojor The back is feathered like the English snipe, snd the throat and breast resem bling somewhat the European thrrWb -- The bird is said to be able to endure cli matic changes, and is very game,"' stroVig on the wing; and affording gooff sport to the disciples of the trigger.1 'A tiroof of me uaraiuess.oi tue oiru la mat aunng the passage, none died " , '- ..( Proceedings of the Court of Com-; mon Ple. ot Monroe uouuiyf a;aet w apply money made on sale of V tbe January Term, Begun Janu ary 2lj 1873 'II I a- .l-fiZs Gideon Osborn vs S L. Mooney et al. Civil action; tried to jury; verdict for defendants. The Court arterwanls set aside the verdict and granted a new trial. Geo, W.Full?ri'T8..Wm. BnMitt et al Qvil action; lliia casewas submiited to the Court: flmlin for dcfcndnnta and judgment against plaintiff for ? 1,590 j notice of appeal. v ,. Peter Diehl vs. Christian Touse. Civ'd action ; judgineht pro forma, in favor ol defendant; second trial allowed. Enos Browntield vs. William Givens et ux. Civil action ; continued off the docket at costs of plaintiff. .. Geo. W. Mason vs. Jos. II. Markey Civil action ; dismissed at costs of plain- titr John N Geuin, Ex'r, Vs. Cephas Hart et ux. Civil action ;dismissed ami Judg ment aga'mst defendants for costs John N. Genin vs John McMahon et al. Civil action; tried to Court; finding for defendants on set off and judgment in fat or of pjaintiff for balance; notice of second trial Wehr A Gieen vs. John Windham Civil action ; tried to Court; fiivlin-; for defendant and judgment against plain tiffs for costs ; notice of second trial ' Ohio vs. Anthony Ricer et 1 In diciment for riot; continued off docket. ! Peter Crow vs. F A, Lamping. . Ap peal ; dismissed and judgment against each party for one half the costs ' John C. Hartline vs Lianiel lllis. Appeal; tried to Court;, finding for de fendant and 'judgment against plaintiff for. eosts. ' James H. McKeevs Wm. D Lowery. Civil action; Leard on motion to strike out certain "Matter.- in. the answer; mo tion sustained. Wm. Jones vs. Hugh Brown et al. Civil action; dismissed at costs bf plain tiff. " - ; : ; - ' " ? - : Win. Wells et al vs. John Wittcn et al. Civil action ; tried to jury ; verdict for ' defendants ; and decree establishing the-will of James Witten, dee'd ; ' notice of appeal. : Sarah M Lohmire.vs. II II. Lobmire. bi voice and alimony jdecree for divorce and alimony . : Vincent L Fish vs. V. P. Gorbj'. Civil actiou ; leave for plaintiff, to reply in thirt days, and cause referred to D Okey, Special Master, to take testimony, 6fafe an atscourH. Ac. ..." " ,' Katheriiie Philips vet Samuel Riley . Appeal; casesettlel aiid each party or dered to pay onehalf the; cos's. r , ,, Simon P. Piatt vs. John B Drum -Appeal ; tried to Court; finding for .de fendant, and judgment agairist plaintiff for 50 cents and costs. ' , 1 Mary Jane Hissom vs. James Hlssora, Sr , et al. Dower ; dismissed at costs of plaintiff. Mary C. Eckelberry ei al vs. Eunice Brown et al. Partition and dower; sale confirmed and deed ordered ; proceeds to be paid to Administratrix on settle ment account with Probate Court: . David M. Cartef vs. Rachel ' Carter ct al Partition and dower ;sa'e Confirmed and deed ordered. Harvey T. Mitchell va C. R. Holliday et al Civil action ; heard on motion td make petition more specific ; motion sus tained and leave given to amend petition instanter; case afterward heard on mo tion to strike out certain defences in tbe same ; motion sustained and ruling ex crpted to by defendant's counsel. Thos. A. Way vs. George H. Daven port. Civil action; case submitted to Court i finding for plaintiff and judgment against defendant for S217 .44 and costs. fi:3r? rii. n Geo. Brown vs- M. Salisbury. Civil action ; tried to jury ; verdict for defend ant; notice of second trial. Michael Roof vs. Peter Reusseger Appeal ; jury trial ; verdict for defendant and judgment against pliiintiff for costs. Nancy Land is, Adm x, vs b. Landis, Appeal; heard on motion to dismiss pe tition; motion sustained ;mou-'Ti to dts miss the case and to discharge attach ment overruled ; and Justice ordered to furnish more complete transcript. ; -Thos. C Penn vs. Jas Shook et al. Civil action; judgment -pro forma iu fa vor of plaintiff aud decree for sale of mortgaged premises;- notice of second trial. Josiah Wilson , vs. .Thomas C.Penn Apal ; jury.waiyed and case submitted to Court ; tiading ' for 'defendant and judgment against plaintiff for costs. ' A. Meyer drCo. Vs. Josiah Wilson. Appeal; case dismissed and judgment against, defendant for costs in Court, ,i John Kesseger vs. i. aioaett. Ap peal; submitted to Court ;. finding for for $5 62 and costs." ' . Josiah Wilson? vs. F.M. AmbS. : Ap peal ; .case dismissed , at costs, of plain tiff. r Eli Baldwin ys. Geo. W. Gatz. Civil action ; tried to Conrt ; ' finding for . de fendant, and petition dismissed at cosls of plaintiff ; notice of appeal. Peter Dillon vs. A. Henthorn. Ap peal ; tried to jury ; verdict for plaintiff tor 910; judgment on verdict and for coats. - ,M ,f- .(, -, ' Chas.' S. Buchanan et ux vs. Margaret Jones et al ; Partill .n ; sale conGrmed aud deea ordeVed- . w Geo. S. Algeoc vs Joseph B.: Cline. Appeal; case dismissed add Judgment against each party for one-half the costs ,. Joseph Wehr vs. Mouroe Mutual Fire Ins. Co. Civil action ; tried to jury ; verdict for, defendant . and judgment against plaintiff for costs. . , ' Sylvanus Hood va S. Mellott et al. Civil action; case dismissed at costs of . John McCurdy vs. Hugh Brpwn et al Civil action ; sale confirmed and deed ordered.-- -. Geo' H. Davenport vs. H. B. Hixen bangh'et al. Civil action ;: jury trial; verdict for plaintiff for $30; notice of second trial.. ,r Christ Weber vs.'Geo. Weber. Civi action ; ,'ried to Court '.judgment against defendant for 8100, and costs -up to the 18ih of January. 1873,' the date of the tender; notice of second trial. Eliz'A. GroVe Vs. John Michel. Civil action ; jury trial ; verdict, for ; plaintiff for 8200 ; judgment accordingly and for costs , notice of second trial. - Ohio vs. Thomas Piatt et al. Civil action; heard on -motion td -discharge attachment ; motion overruled ; leave to garnishees - to answer dp,; first day of next term Trustees WashirlgiotT. f p;..v8Thos, Piatt et ah . Civil action ; same entry as above. John Alexander vs.; H. "Anderson et al. Civil actio'n ; heard. on motion, to make - petition more specific ; motion overruled ; leave given defendants to. an swer within 30 days alter term ., J L. Jones vs Owen J. Jones et al Partition ; partition ordered; writ return able to next term. - ' i Lewis Gakenheimer vs. Mary Gaken- l, ' -TAt . j - j. Jacob Malentake vs. Mary Bourn field : et al Civil action ; decree establishing deed and quieting title to lands. , John Smyth et al vs. J. Plalzgraf et al. Civi! actios ; Judgment by default in tavor of Monroe County Bauk, and or- j tariicd nronpMtv l'ftclr"DieubTsf Pfalzgraf Civil action; judgment by default, aud order to .sell attached property. John Smyth et al vs. J. Pfalkgraf et al. Civil action ; judgment by default iu favor of Monroe County Bank, and or der 6 sell attached property."; : . ; ; Chi isti Weber vs. J. Pfa!zraf. Civil action; judgment by dofault andordor to sell attached proporty. - - ; Wm. H. Cline, Guardian, vs. J. B. Cline et al Civil action ; jadgment by default against defendant Cline and or der to sell mortgaged premises. Christopher Kindelberger vs. J; Pfalz grafetal, -CivU action crditor's bill; case referred t A. J. Pearson, Esq , to adjust lieufytc. ; decree lor sale of prem ises. Peter Diell et al vs Jacob Pfalzgraf et al. Civil action ; judgineht by default ia favor of Merchant's National Bank at Wheeling, W. Va., and order to sell at tached property. Mary L 'Nichols vs. Columbus Nich ols. Divorce; decree granted. ., .Niuicy J. Williams vs L. C. Hall et al Civil action ; heard on demurrer to petition ; demurrer sustained aud leave given plaintiff to amend petition iu 40 days and cmtinued. : Joseph Bamfoid vs. J Pfalzgraf et al. Civil aciinn; judgment by default in fa- the'vor of plaintiff Lamping k C. vs: James West et ux. Civil action ; judgment by. default, and decree for sale of mortgaged premises. Lamping A Co. vs Alex Kennedy. Civil action ; indgment bv default, and decree, for sale of mortgaged premises.; Jesse Luckey vs. John Brown et hi. Civil action Judgment bv default against defendants as Trustees. Harrison Foreman vs. Alex Wilkin son et al. Civil action ; judgment by de fault against defendants, and order to sell mortgaged premises. Ohio vs. Geo. M. Salisbury. Before Grand Jury ; no bill found; defendant discharged from his recognizance. The usual leaves were taken to plead and aineud pleadings. Court adjourned Tuesday, February 4, 1873. SV.Js.re. Williams has been appoin ted Agent of the New York Mutual Life Iusurance Company. Roy oiid tlie JIislslppI! Thousands have already gone, and thousands more are turijng their eyes to wards new homes in the fertile West. To those going to Missouri, Kansas, Nebras ka, Colorado, Utah, -Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon or California, we recomWnd a cheap, 6afc, quick and direct route, via St. Louis, over the Missouri Pacific Rail road.which runs its hue Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers from St. Louis to prin cipal pointsj without change. We believe that the Missouri Pacific Railroad has the best track and the finest and safest equip ment of any line west of tbe Mississippi, and its connections with roads further West are prompt and reliable. The Texas connection of this road is now completed, and passengers are offered a first class, all-t ail route from St. Louis to Texas, either oyer the Missouri, Kansas and Texas R R-it-ta $edalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R R ;i?t' Vinita. For maps, time lables.infoi mation as to rates, routes, dec, we refer our readers to S. II Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent,Co lumbns, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, Genera Passenger Agent, St Louis, Mo. Quet Uont will be cheerfully and promptlj an tweredt Emigration Turning! Cheap Farms in Southwest Missouri The- Atlantic &' Pacific Railroad Com pany oners l,zuu,uuu acres or land - in Central and Southwest Missouri, at from 83 to 812 per acre, on seven years' time, with free transportation from St. Louis to all 'purchasers.' Climate, soil. - timber. mineral wealth, schools, churches, , and law-abiding - society invite - emigrants from all points -to this land -of fruits and flowers. For particulars, address A TcckY Land Commissioner, St. - Louis, Mo." - v- ' janlly. . . VC DtYldendsi ' .:"'-', The following summary of r the Credit Mobilier tells the "tale. The 'shameful schedule is as follows i' v ' KF.PCSUCAKS. io 81,200 Henty Wilson," twekty" shares,' hchofield,- ten shares, If y1 -,-800 Paftersorii thirty 6hares, 'A 4; . il,W0 Bingham, twenty shares,""- ' -1,200 a)irax; twenty shares, f3 W. -T.200 liarneki, ten suares, , . . :t .v. Dawes, ten shares, ; '' Kelliey, ten shares. " ' ,. -. ' J. F. Wilson, ten shares, , Allison," ten shares, '' ' 320 600 ,'320 320 .'600 DEMOCRATS. , x. James' Brooks, ', , ' Now, as ten. is to oiie, eo is the nnmber of hirrchasable, coh-upt Republicans, to the nifmber of Deraobiata. who-are cor rupt arid fiurctiaseable, :.We think this estimate irt 'the light of corroborating facts is fair and just And .you must remember; too that this list of.tferi fcqn- tainstwo Kepublican vice Presidents. None 'of v6uf 'second rate; obscure, IliimMo-riVriTinfr mannla ihnt. inf"pat. plpf. "- -e, , tioo precincts,-and personate the decent citizens , of the ward.. .0 No! These are ereme de la creme of -the. Radical rulers of tlie land ! .' From such ruler if is n,qjt Impiety to repeat the words of the litany,: and say '"Good Lord deliver us !' - -Pitts. Post: , 1. : From the j5t Clairsrille Gazette, lSthinst.J Mrs. ' Sarah Crawford, consort ofj Samuel Ciawford, deceased, . died at her residence, in this place, on Saturday evening last, ill r the 88th year , of her agti. She had long occupied a bed of 8ickr;esai some two years but no diuf rnur on account of her- affketrons had ever been heard to fall from her lips 1 She was conscious To the. last moment khdwing and calling her' children by name" as they gathered arouud her death-bed some of them from a dis tance. She ' resided in this place 60 years. Was the mother of eight' chil dren grandmother of 2; and great grandmother, of 40 children;' ; making 74 descendants. , . . .i,e jP2TSenator Caldwell's case is closed at last: He has made a sorry defense so far as testimony is concerned. Somethirfg formidable in the way of an argument is promised,' hdwever ; and it ia possible that bis counsel may yet make out something in favor of the de fendant." Even Mr." Caldwell's ' 6wn statement, which was the only general denial offered, was not sworn tdj' he decided to submit it on his honor, as a Senator. We regret to say th'at he honor of a Senator does not ' rate iigh In the market th'is year. Justice on the Border," Topeka, Kansas, February 10. A vigilance? committee at podge City made a raid on a dance-house' in that village' on Sunda', and killed two men named Charles Hill alias . TeSas and Ed. Williams, both desperate frontier characters. ' - : Democratic CoiintV Convention i 0 frf ii '-r 4? t At' a' Tneetitiif of the Democratic County Centrut Committee ballon Sat urday, the 8th day of February, the fol lowing resolutions were adopted,: . 'Resolved That PopulaY Vote.; Con vention be held at the several voting pla ces in the county, on Saturday, the 15th day of March, 1873 to put in nomination a Delegate to the Constitutional Conven tion. , Jlesolved, That the poll-books bo re turned to Vf oodsfleld oiMonda, March 17, and the candidate having'the liighest number of votes be declared the nominee ' it esolved. That the Judges rc'cfivc no ballots except those of Democrats. Cnanty AomlDaflag- Coavcntloa. The following resolutions sented and adopted : were pre- Jiesolved, That the Democratic voter of Monroe are requested to meet at their usual places of holding elections, in each township, bn Monday, the 7th day of April, 1873,,to nominate by ballot, the following piflcers : One Representative, " County Auditor. ", ' Treasurer, ( ''" ' Clerk," " Prosecuting Attorney, " Sheriff, ? . Commissioner,'.' u " Infirmary Director; . v " Coroner, ' - - ' j - . -And one Central Committeemau for each township. Jiesolved, That the Contral Committee man return the poll books to Woodsfiffld, on Tuesday, the 8" th day of April', 173, for the. purpose of counting the votes cast and declaring the nominees.. Jiesolved, That none but Democrats be permitted to vote in the Convention There being no further business th? Convention adjourned tine die. . JAMES GOURLEY, Ch n. August Mter, Secretary . ANNOUNCEMENT '."-". f" ----- Announcing' names of candidates $3 each; tickets, $2 per thousand,- ttr Announcements and ticketimuttbt piid for in advance. .-7 Convention to nominate Delegate to the Constitutional Convention.Sat urday, March 15, 1873. cosTirurioui.rolif e.itiot; Ed Spilll'r: Please Rnnonnce THOMAS A. Wat'ss a candidate for Delegate to the Consti tutional Conrention; sub!ect to the deciHion of the Democratic county Convention. Mr. Wat was a member of the Convention which formed the present Constitution; ' " ' . mast Democrats. - Ed. Spirit: Announce William Oket, as a candidate for Delegate to the Con stitutional Convention; subject to thfc, decision of the Democratic Convention to be held March 15th. ........ ... .... JlAinr Voters. Ed. Kpibit: Announce that Johh P. Spkioqs will be a candidate for Delezate to tho Constitutional .Convention r. subject, to the de- oixion of the Democratic Primary Elections to be held March Uth and oblige. v'l -r. --i.'--! "- iJtklff FRIBHD8. ; Convention to nominate County Officers, on Monday, the llh day oj April. ' BEPIiESEIfTATITE. Ed,: Spirit: Please announce James Watson, of Washington town8hip, as a candi date for Representative in the Legislature; subject, id the decision, of, the Democratic cqun- ty Convention. w AsniijflToa TWNsmp. Ed. Spirit: Announce Dr. J. : R. Wii.r.lAM8. of Seneca township, as a candidate foi Representative; ..subject to, the,, decision of tbe Uemocratio county uonvenpon. H i s ,.- :Mant Democrats. Ed. ;.Spibit:. Please innouh.ee Cspt. Wm. Dotjghejitt, of Perry township, as a suit sble candidate for Representative; subject to the decision of the Democratic oounty Conren tion. JfAur Voters o Mosror. ' EDSPiaiTr Phase; , announce Hinrt Mowsar, of Salem, township, as a candidate for Representative; snbjeet io ,the deoision of the Qemooratio Coanty ,CDvotfoav,. AUDITOR. Ed. Spirit: Aononnoe - Mien ail Hoefflf.r as a candidate for reflection to the office of Couaty Auditor; subject to the decis ion ox tne JJemocraUo eonnty Convention. , . t. u ti -1 - Hay Democrats, v Ed. Spiritj-Atmoudco William CaAie.of Centeilownship, a a andidate for Connty. Aoditor; subject to the ieotsloa of the Democratic Coanty Convention -' Mist Dihocbats. , CLERK. , Ed. Spirit: : Announce David Oxxt as a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Courts; subject to the decision of tae Xeinocratio county Upnveution. . , ... ... Mast Democrats. T TREASURER, . Ld. Spirit: Please announce. John Mallokt, of Salem township, as a candidate for theoffioe of County Treasurer; subject to the decision of the Democratic county Conven tion. H 1 1 f " 'i 4 'Mast Dmoprats. . -vEd. Spirit: Please announce Alex ander Buchanan, ofSummit township, as a candidate for County Treasurer; subject to the decision of the Democratic county Convention. . - . . - :. .. Mant Democrats. En Spirit;- Please announce; John Oatchem,. of Washington to wnship, as a can didate for County Treasure) , subject to the de cision of the Deinocratio oountjr -Qpuvention. . jV)tCi i .Maht DkmqcjAats. VEd. Spirit::. AnnouneeiW T. Mor: RIS, of Center township, as a candidate for Connty Treasurer, subject to th6 decision of the Democratio county Convention. v" . - - " - "' Many Democrats." Ed. Spirit: Please announce Simon Dorr, of Center township, as a candidate for County Treasurer; subject, to the decision of the Democratio county Convention. f - - : , at r. - ;.. . Mant Democrats. Ed. Spirit: Annountie Louis Stobhb; of Salem township," as a candidate for Couaty Treasurer; subject to the decision of the Demo crAtio bounty Contention. , - " -i1' ' jtfANT Democrats. ' SHERIFF, " Ed. Spirit: ,' Please annodnse ; Wih- LIAM 8. Ltkch, of Center township, as a can didate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratio county Convention: ' r i' ; -, Mant Democrats. : - Ed. Spirit: Pleass anoounce Tuoas O. Little, of Center township, as a candidate for Sheriff; subject to the decision of the Dem ocratic couuty Con vention. ; . .Mant Democrats. Ed. Spirit; Please, announce Samuel GRo'ra, of Malaga township, as a candidate for Sheriff; subject to the deoision of the Dem ocratic county Convention. ;..... , ..... Mant Democrats. Ep.SPiRiTV Announce Gkorgk . W. CarrotiIers, of Center township, as a candi date for Sheriff, subject to' the decision of the Democratic oounty Convention-. . -.'.j Mist-Democrats. Epa. Spirit i .Announce . :. J amis Dowukbrtt, of Washington township,, as a oandidat for sheriff; subject to the decision of the Democratio Coanty Convention. , Mam PsuocBik ; PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. .Ed Spibit: Aonouoce A: J. Piar- SON as a caadidaU for ro-elMtion to the office of Prosecuting Attdrpey; subject tohe decis ion of the Democratic County Coureqtion. ' JsfvsT Democbats. Ed. Spiair: Anncunce GkobobI II ar vet UUVFMA5, of Ureon towukhip, as a nan didate, for County Commi-wiouor: subject to the dociuoaof tkeDuaiocrticciititr Ceaventian. ILl.ST fjlMOCUVTd. . El SpraiT, :"Aunoudf.e Uoaa ,b'CP prs, of 4Ura township, as a candidate for Coantr CoiinuisMoner; sal-joct lo the droislon of the Demoarallo Geuntr Conrentlon. ' Msst DlMOOiT. tXFUtMAHY ShlELTOn. E SPiatT: Annouuc Jacob 0. Xpuo, of Center towaJjip. ns a cndiitite -for fe-elee-tioa to the ofttaq of lu&riaar.y Director; abjefe to the dsoision of the Democratic couuty- Con vensTp4'3fm DMOCaAtV: MAC mi'D Feb l, 1873. bjr Iter. Wm. Duaford, Jumt H. WiM and Margaret A. Barlew, , sdl el Jfon roe Coanty, Ohio. N . , .- v; ,- On the 5th nit., by OF. Flint, Esq.; Qee. Morrill and Susannah Casey. f j On the 30th alt,' by Iter. Et Erans, Charlr Bmbach and Margaret Jfata. , ".; ? " - ' ' D I E . ' .. :- '-- Jan. t near Stuftord infant daughter ef Mury ana inomas limes. . r . . " , , . B. i ; Feb. O.'near Stafford,: infant daughter ef Va ry E. and Iliram Hines, . - ... - ', S. COMMF, RCTA l. WOODSFIELD PRODUCK MARKRT OORllCTin WIIICIV WV KBTTRRRR & WOKRIS. ' Saturdat, Feb. 15, 1873. Wheat per bushel. ..V............l.l 75 Flour por barrel... i...................!0,50 Flout per hundred.... ............. .'..5,50 Corn per bushel 65 Outs . . . Beans ' :' ....2.00 Flax-seed "'" - 10 Barley ' ' ...... .'. 1.00 Butter pet !b.......... 20 Eggs per doen.......,,..,...........I 20 Fish, per lb...... .............. ........8al0c Rags per lb,... .- 3 Cofree..........i......;...;.;...i ,30 Timothyed . ..;;i. ..'....'...;..;... 5,00 Clovef sqed.:;:::.:;. 6.00 Dried Apples:...:..!. .........:r.T5l 00 Dried Peaches;;::;."-.::;::.:.,. .:.;;;.. 4.00 Salt .......2.75 Hay, per : ton..,..;...,......;M:;..;.2,00 Wood pet cord........; .3,00 Oorons rei bushel.....:.................- 60 Potatoes .:.... 75 Corn meal per bushel r.'.:...:...:.. "75 Sorghum mousses by the bbl.. ........ 50 Socks per pair...............V..........405C Bacoa Beef per poand....... .............. 810 Tallow - Candles Z ;;.;:...;.....:..;....;i Lard i . : - -;- '7 Hides (green) p$r pound;::::;......'.;..'; 6 Calf Skins per pbund.. .............. 1.12 Coal ; is 3,25 Hogs, (fat.on foot).:.. ' i Beeswax., ;.a5 a uv-wu 8osp,(eonntry). Feathers 60a75 Tea ;..:;$l,00i,6it Syrup per gallon Molasses : L . .75 1,25 4........ Sugar per pound... 12416 sv Sugar fmaplo) .........v. ... .... ....... 15 i ' Cincinnati iiT mock market.. ' ;t I - .dRIAt VfESTERN STOCK TARDS-j Monday EveniKq, February 10. ; ! The receipts at these yards for the week ending this date are- as follows : - Cattle, 4S0; Sheep, 2,014.,; Hogs,; 9, 182. . ' " CATTLE Market v fair ; , : receipt light ; steady demand both from butch Vrs and shippers at the following rates : common to extra butchers', 12 755 25; shippers, $5.255 50. v Yf ? SHEEP The market is steady and prices unchanged. ; We quote $45 5G per cental, gross, as being the: range for the quality in the market ; all sold. '- HOGS Receipts liberal, ! and tbe packing season being about ' over, bring about a" wider range of prices. Wt Quote 54 zoM bU as beinsr the range for all classes, for instance: shippers. 94 254 50; fair to good butchers'. hogs, 84 504 70 ; good to extra butch era , 91 ivyy ev. a iew itit over un sold. ; ,. .. ... . i v ! .";-..: PittsoarglL Cattle Karlcet. - ' " ' . ' ' . , February 10. Cattle There' are about . 900 . bead, in Allegheny T,, to day .. Market , dull and drovers generally lost tnoney. ' Sales ol prime to extra at, 6J7c;. medium to good, 56o; common to fair, 4J5c Sheep About 450 head on sale; prime to extra, 6J7Jc; medium to good, a(gbc . - Hogs Sold In a retail way at p(&PtVJ gross. Vi Plfnicln'htA nLt.tf MarVat. H.'.f - ,. :, ' reDruarv iw... Beeves dull and ' market jn favor of buyers'; extra Pennsylvania and, tVes tern steers, 87 503; fair to .good, 86 7; common, 84 505. Sales 3,400 bead. - .-"- ''' 7' -.; Sheep are in fair demand at 86 508, Sales, 9.000 bead.' . . ''! ,: . Hogs in fair demand at 87 25. , Sales,' 5,000 head. . ; -.. '. u : .vl.'.'L-iaiA-.varu-;!,.. " Pix)ciamatioii. NOTtCB. s tsrsby given to" the . qnallfled voters of Monroe Coanty, Ohie, that a general election will be held, as required by taw, on tue nrsi jaonaay. neing tne ,, i tlh Day ol April, A. D, 1M3.V; at the several places of holding oleotions In said oounty of Monroe, and you will then and there proceed to vote by ballot for ' . r 'i One Member ef the Constitutional Cos von- tion. . :;.';. . . t Tbe TtnsUea of tho several townships of said county are hereby notified that they are rqnir.d to make retnra of the poll bosks to the Clerk "of the' Court of Common Pleas, within twd days after the said first Monday la April, 1873. . . .' . ' ' The polls to be opened between tho hoars ef i and 10 0 eloct in- the- toreaoon of sat day, and closed at 6 o'ilook In tbe afternoon of said day. , , , . ! Given ' under my hand," at-jay ofllco In YToodsfield, this 15th day of February, A. D. 1873and tne 71st year or the State. ' f ' -v'. : GKORGK tJALDWlXL"'- - Bheril Monroe Connty, Ohio. febl8td. -V- - - -- C. POWELL'S HEIRS', ESrATE, . i," 'l .? '-', . ; j rpHB flrst partial settlement -account., of JL James G. Raker, Guardian 0 the minor ! heirs or Christopher Powell, docessed.will be for hearing Maroh 5, 1873. : : JAS R. MORRIS, fc'b 1735, Ftobate Judge M. C. O. Farm .foLSale.,, mHI cnderslgned wilt offer for ali of 1 Tuesday, tbe 11th dy ef Maroh, If 7S.M -farm Mtnated oc mile southeast of ernaa-lem.- Afesfoeosnaty, Ohle eonUlnlnf TWO HUNDRED ANk EIOHTEETf Aores, Th lmproveiaeats ar a frame twl Ubj home, one large f ramo bam. wUJs t'the ontbaildfogi; fencing good; plenty of.frniC trees, app s, peaches, plums and jrrtpea.. It Is sreil sopplind with water for et,,s , bal 80 aore ef timber land, Buai throagh the famu - '..' -H Ker terms sad partlooUrs aalrt- sa tkt. premises, of the uu-ier slguei. ' ; Ja38,t3e. , W.SL DWCM.'' . : , ; , Cheapest Farm in the poant ; FOB ShALH H8 nbjerlbef offars fr sale as fanajsHtv . l ate. i Oreea towusblpeentainlng y, - ,WO HUNDREDa!dP.ORTT acbex The imprpvemtats are a good dweU'rir hi'aia,' ' a large barn, and sheep stables-far 29-) ahsepf ' well timbered al Wetl.-watereJ, snd pleat of. good atone oalu the form. About aaa ; hundred nod fifty aete e.leare-1 and almost all t ef it seedei down la- timothy an I e'orer. ' . Taas.$l,S0 dWu aud "H500:ln lf eqnal payments of $900 s yea., wHh rs'real at eia per cent aanuaVy, seonred by niarV gHgs. Aadresi, ; JAWIS BfJCHAMAIf, - - janlim3; i - iaiagf, hlenr,Ce Oklsv -. LIST, DA.Y1TOP9UT PABK . rEOLESALB' GROCERS. Hour. Bacon- Cieczx . , . - ' ; t . ' Cor, Jfala aad Qalner streets, - . - ..fi ct2ml. ITbeellaiv'VWlT' dissolution .Notice. ,s. . '.-.; il ',' NOTICX U hereby given that th aopaHaat , sh p heretofore existlnf , between . Joha M;kllory and B. if. Millory. known as the firm' of John Mallory Co., is this dily dissolved,' December 18, 1H72, by mutual consent.' Those knowing themselves indebted to the -firm Wilt ' call and settle en or before the 1st Uy el March, 1873, or collections will, posivively be enforced. Tbe business will hereafter . be ear ried on in the name of B. 11. Mallory,' who has the settlement of thft.flrm bnnine.- J ; 1 ( ' ! JOaNMiLLOBTAOOt h i. iee24wt.--iv!'i-; :n ai i"s i hi.nx r' The eldest i ant weet reliable lustitaUess M", obtaining a Mercantile Edaoatteu. . - ,. . For inform vl.n. write for a circular to f ' ' DUFF ft SONS, Ptttsburgh, Pa. otlvSem, Iload Notice.' 1 !- THKR8 will o a jetltiea. preswtod to the Commissioners bf Afoaroe oouutv. Ohio at thefr March eeelon; I8T3, - uraylng for tba iodation ef a eenuty road, forty feet widev commenoing at tbe mtV,end of tholro lridge across Snnflsb oreek at Cameroii-.theneo ap a run through tbe lauds of Stephen AU klnson. Kliiabtth Greea, tloorge 8nppes. Ulo. -ich Lehnar. Jehn Satlf r. Jacob Bondr. Ben jamiu AfcMabou and Jn Hatate Intersect 'be graded road leading from Woodsfield to Clartngton at or near Jane Ralay's bars. Jan2w5. -r MANT PETrTIOIfERi. Fidnklin. insurance Companyr. OF ; W HEELING, W EST VlRofs I 3tati or Ohio. twabtii.t et JirprRas-ci, . y 4.. Columbus, Ov January 3X 1873.- J WnBBSss, The Fianklin Insnranoe Compa ny,' located ' at Wheeling, In the 8tate of West Tirglnia; has ' filed in 1 this office " a" sworn ' statement, by: the' proper ' emoera- tbSTeor, snowing ns oonaiuoa ana business, and has complied. In H respeotav4ritb tho laws of this 5tate relating to Fire Insaranoo ;ompanies, incorporavea pjr omer , plates or the united States. s now, therefore, . In pnrsnanoe of fa,w I, William F. -Church.. Superintendent of 4nsn ranco for tho Stale of .Ohio, do hereby cerff that said Company is sathorissi to transact f' , its appropriate business of Fire' Insnranoe in this State, in accordance with Taw, during tho current year. The conditio and business of. raid Company at tbe date -of such autemohi' (December 81, 1872;) is shown as- folio war r Am't of actual paid up CaailaM 9t00,000 aggrefate amount of available .1 , ,j. Assets,: ; ,,, f.;,.'-,..u ?.KtfiU M AgKregato amount of . Liabilities 7eoept capital,) Inoludlni ! reinsurance, ' - .'lil.it? Il! Amonnt.of Income for th'o pro 1 1 " y ' f ' oiling yealin casl,-i 3S4,lfi( M" Amount . of xpeu'dltara for tha'ul v. -? "preceding yea in; oaaii.. r i J2$,05.35; Unto subscribed mv name.aud. eaus. . i. fj , ed the seal of my office to be .affix. "'. od, tho day and year above written. irU,UAHF.CU MUH. ' ' ' " ." Bupeilntendifnt. ' Eouittts i tktti, -Agents at Woodsfield, ' Ohio;- iii vrf.-a;; ,.-3.., ,.. t fabllwS.. , I 1 ' Annisviitor's Sale, f O F '!R E A L l E 8 T A T B TN ptirsnanoor 'of kn order'of taa' "Probata 1 Conrt of Monroe -eounty, Ohio, I will offer for sale; af pnblio auotioa i asr ,? M.'r Saturday the lth day of 'XM a rc l7S at 1 1 Volock,,, forenoon, ' tt-pon '.ae.' promlei the following dessrtbed real ostate. situate-in Washington -towns hip, Sa said - oounty aai: Stao,.owiU':i v.;.' "!' ?.':- ;:"4..n-? ? Twenty acres, : more or less, : tu tho aou'h west lusrter of the southwest qaarter of awo tion tonr township fonr and range six, suljeci, to the dower estate of Susannah Joy. '. ., Appraised at 160. ' :-----.V'-- n;s?,J Tn or 8 All One half fa hand, and thai remainder in one year from d Ay ef sale, with) interMHt; dftfrirrit navmanrin be taanrad ttW mortgage on property sold.5 " . : , ; . . johh BFPJTOR Adm'r of Benjamin Joydoc'Jf " HORTON FORREST'S ETATJ3. - ON the 3d day of Febra'sry'i 1873, the a' deralgned was appointed and . duly quail--Bed as1 administrator of the" estate Of Borlo: Forrest late 'of Monroe ibeaaty,' Ohio, deo'4. febli,'73w3.; -.;: THOJfAS N. FARKUL 'h :-' DAVID' DInSeR'S " EST iTfi'l ;y ' ; UN tho 7th day ef February.. 1173, the an. dersigned was duly appelated and quali fied as executor of the estate of David Din ger, laie of Monroe eoutrtr? Ohio, deceased. ISDUWO, " " WHUftU BUAUHLIUM Fann for. Sale. THE undersigned offiem for s&Te the farm oa which he livs. containing ' ! - ' TWO HUNDiilifD' cV, SBVExNTT-0TE, Acres, three and A half miles -north of Woods-.' field, known as thd Kirkbride.farmj There are' lbO acres oleared,and the bispte wjUtiraberedy A log house, leg sUblt and two log sheep ' ota, bles on the premiseiKgtwiocchardiwell watered, and suited for stock or tobacco.; j . , - For further particulars call on or address, " VAMK3'C00fEB, ' feb4ml.' .if Miltonsburg, Ohio. i ' 1 ' - ' 1 1 . ; ii 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 rn ' ... CBlank Deeds and Movf v- it.' ..! .TV"" - : jar gages ior saie .ai iais ouwre