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. i I i - - s - ' T- 1 THE SPIRIT CJVDEMGCRAIJY, raeaslay, Aagaet 1,1870. 1. TO EST, j t pcal Editor. Legal Notice.' Hebtib.oV Maixoei, Wilt Noiloe, . " JA8 lTMoHBts. AdVr Notice, 4 . . H. T Mitchill Border Life, " J. C. ntcCtiDt Co: Locals, J Morris 4 Armstroho Kotice to Tressnrers .f,?jAuJ. .Wjcpdub. 7 Grape tot is prevalent in Belmont connty. ,1STJ K "fi ,v!iu . 3TGold. Co8eJ in .NewYork, the 28th imyU fl iij-.'tV-5 it ,i The Directors are .rebuilding, the rolling mill at Benwood, West Va. '""' 3TA notice to To wnsbip and District ' Treasurer wilt be foood in thi iseaeo- , t3The M. E. Church ; building' 'at the 30th nit. ; : rTreauret,Mowrtt wiH make, his fcV. .--annal settlement with the Auditor vkAi SAkolmI militia coaipa. .V, 5 toy received ' twenty-twcr uniform suits, cap and bloused last week. t-' j' 3TThe GoueiM.f AToodafjeld coih- Iracted.lot' a 'pai pT Fairbanks Scales! On talilh tlt.' Price HI ' - -"S K7Mrs, 27 AKQ7, BishoFj eQf: Somer.. Ion, Belmont county, died on Wedne vlsy, jihe.19th.nlU agecLIG year VatyTfc&Wooidrb in?this'cbantila Vfeea about all bought op at prices rangjcerning ug from za to cents per pouoa.i ; axes and.Jiy;BABKARb,"knrt d by the boiler explosion were buried w tuV S8tlf nliVTTi' funeral ;wai large r attended. JSyHon. Allen T. Caperton. U. S. Senator from Wet'V VJrRioia died in Tfashiffgloif City, Wednesday e'vening the 28th tilt'' '. " 2AieTeningdany "paper" from tlie office of 4he,LadejNie vBilaira the lateitierprise"0 io Pterprising and Tost were the physicians- called to attend 4be wounded at the scene of the boiler extaoaloa. V A v ,ZrTATi.oMAN8rU), a.flendrys , bImont C9UfltylHWi two; fingers cttoffby-amQwiBgjnacwne.iijiion' day,-the24ih ult -t "fertile Bareesvi'.Ie District Confer- encrof theM. Ev Church wilhpld their ' nexi seseion at'. FairvUw,' wmmencing on oepiemoer m, 7a.H u cd 8 Evans haver formed5 a yartnersblp aniLjcommenced , the manpfacture. ofl wagons in Woodsfitld. tweiilnVHohie eW , Loxfh! iMrfsyjntW ?aerhsey 66utity,1 was destroyed dj JQre on uonday. ,lne iiv t. t t i nrm - .- t r7iffiffay6rTOTe1 basket picnic-will Lbe held at Stafford, this county; biTSctUrday.nhe'lSth inst Speakers will be in attendance. "JRT George 8 Umplebt, who has been aencfingi JheiSoglcSl CoUege aft Boston, Mass , ia at Home on a visit to friends fU 17alRVtewiiWp; 7 XSe dwelIing,.hQuse ,of ytxcm Patn;" of Salem to wnship, Washington county wu, jdestroved by Are on the : 16tb ulWJ' Los t3,5v5P Insured for $2, 200. - - -;:"v: .. 1&in:&AtAtitiav "at SutiBbury townshiD. was thrown from ber horse on . Tbursdey the 57th H , 'and bad 6ne of . her legs broken and her head consider bit injae4.t,,,, ww.. ... X7A number of new committees were-formed -by the- Directors of the Agricultural Society at their meeting on the 2Sth eft. i Tney 'wfll be? found "i else where in this issue. : v ' XTaers i were 19 appficante 'at the teachers examination en the 29th nit- Certificates were issued as follows: Five fo.r IS months each, 6 for 6 months . eaeliand Pjected., m m ..-y-iy 3Ta son of Ezeeiel Smith, a mile west of Barnesvillevfeli. off a fence the 25th nit , and broke his arm a little be- Jofelafe aamtimfc,. ft Died In Newport township, Wash ington county, on Saturday, July 22d, Gxoroc Davesport, aged 84 years epd 5 months. lie Davxnppbt formerly re aided in Antioch,thU couiltyi ' DVtv PCexwooH, of ueaiisviwp, oas um ui fwpb jot miub to Dr. J. B Shocic and retired from 'practice. Dr. Saocsc will -take bis place in the practice injhat community v ' XyWiUXAaEWAata resident of Stafford, this county, was taken, sudden ly ill-cm ' Saturday; the1 'lift 1 Wat.;-, and died the following morning. Hi age was 73 yeArsytont8ah4 5 days. , C7A Jittle ion of Mr. Peter Yoho, of Lewisville, thia-coonty, aged two years, drank a quantity of concentrated lye on Friday, the 28th 'Iri'dieHMrdm its effects the evening of the 29th ult. XJTTerms of Justices' of the Ptace epirein like )ownsbips named as fol lows: One in ' Jackson, . August 28ib, 18J; ene is alfniv October 20th-; ne in;SpnicQt; At3Ust lsj;qnef it Wash Ington, October 20th. ; " XFroa the Her to-jrnshijpii ftf In telligence comes that large numbers of their people will attend :the Fair - on the. 6th, 7th and 8th days of September. Hereto(oj very, few? people .from; that section have attended,-XA X"f .yon wanflhe news of Monroe County, the general sews of importance, Utenarkek reports. .ubscribe or-,THR gnarr. " Tekiu. One year 91 50 six months 75 centi, .jTifflc North xifJThc Monroe Bank. . . . . rt fai'iM U vtrvwr fft n took piece at Antioch lbe afternoon .ofjWruck in a lane near the. house. tbauAUi'.'-aiU'i -ine -reugtoue ; servicer .were conducted by Rev Thomas 'West. , Frfefldr ' from f' Wod8field, Stafford, QrayevilleVMatamorae and ' other places . wer 'present Alt places "of business ; In AntiochwerefIosed tj;y -i' XSTlhe election at Bsllaire,to day by the stockholders of ttae BellairV land gouthwesteru Railroad to vote on the Drenositions to -extend the Charter to- . Athens, to jncrease the capita) stock and tcT authoriz an Issue' of bortds,' will; if Is thouzhifesult In Tavor of all tbe: prp-1 cast 1,050 shares in favor of them out of '. oaiotal M 4.600 tilMLsreaMinderf -the sreff are widely scattered and the prob ablliUes are that terf lew Of thent will. jTerrific Boiler Explosion. Three Rilled and fir Wounded FrlButlul Mangling el Their n Bodies. The Mill and Machinery Blown ! r,tO;, Fragments.-. Fall Particulars of the shocking Even 1. ,0n Thursday last our people were startled from their, usual quietness bv hs news that the boiler of the Portable Saw. Mill of Isaac Bottenfikld and others ..had-exploded, and killed and wounded a number of people. Thursday-afternoon in company with Mr. WiiXiAiif F. OketK we repaired to Ihe scene of the disaster on the farm of Mr. Jahes Barnard, Sr', on Little Mas kingum creek, eight miles from Woods field. j? iviif-rf7 .: AT HR9. BARKAKD8. - ' Before reachins the creek we came to th norne hi Mrs.1 Dmti Barkard. tliV fond mother of two boys, James and Hkxkt, who had - been almost instantly killed by the explosion. ,. Fully one hun dred of the neighbors from miles around had gal hered. there to mingle their tears with hers and to try to console her in some way in the hour, of her ?overwbel intog troibie: In Jhe Bouse lay, bef two boys, mangled, , bruised, 8Qa!dd told in death. V ! From 'there we proceeded? ro. ,the ground one fourth of a mile fiirther and learned the following- particulars con- v 1J. f'. TBS EXPLOSIOX. ' At 5 o'clock the evening of the 26th ult i jwhile. vthft lartiesi engaged at ; the bill were preparing to resume sawing, the boiler exploded 'wlth Sdcfi ! terrific force, and fatal damage to life and prop erty1 that the people of that section, foir a Umc, were perfectly borror stricken. ; a. be following comprises a list of 1 r ' - " .f: j Isaac Bottknfield, of Anlioch,' was standing near the fire-box and was blown w xeet, against a pile o lumber ana in. stantly killetl.'- His throat was cut clear through and he a3 ' scalded ' from head ' ; wanes barrard, aged 16 years, son of Mrs. Deula Barnard, was carrying water and was close to the boiler, was blown fully 10 rods across a deep gully into a corn fiald where he , was found dead. I Hikrt Barkard, aged 1 years, son of Mrs. Deula Barnard; engaged in carrying water, was about 30 feet from the boiler when it blew up; one of his legs was broken, a piece of ir6n cut deep gash on the left sjde of his nose into hts head"; another piece struck him ia the back cutting almost through, also He survived hours and remained conscious to the last . . tux yrouxDsn James Barnard, Sr., near whose honse the mill was set, bad bn to sup per aedi oaf his way back uptbey-Dn to bid tobacco patch, stopped at, the mill to converse a few moments, and"hacTust taken a season some lumber infk front of the boiler Arhen H exploded A He was thrown about 10 feet against-a pile of lumber; received a 'deep! cut In the back of his head, was terribly scalded on the left side bf hia Dace and body and had both legs broken, one broken and mash ed between the knee and, ankle- apd the otuerbout the ankle joint 1 '--When' we saw him he ws sleeping, and hadJnform e3 frlendl about him a short time before that he was hdt suffering. ' His recovery is considered doubtful. , ' Piseon Jakes ,J3arnabp,, Jr., who was w&h him at. the miJ,:lay in the same room, He .badl been. reevereiy; scalded on ixik Ta'ce'ana "body, Vnd Injured by .be ing struck'on the- body, 'but was -able for a few moments 'at a time, to "rise and walk. abpuX the house,, .; t- f Joaw. i. .EXDBicxa, was jcnocked ,ff a pile of lumber, across a ranarid was fonnd with his head sticking in the bank ; f8 dso 'cbinsidf rabli Jicaldecl ibontUe face,vbat) wa :able. fH walk , home the same evening. - . ' . - - Samcxi. &qtb off-bearerira& scalded considerably about the face and shoul- I .TBOMxa Bever, ot Antioph, sawdust wheeler, was in the saw-pit, and escaped witii one root scalded. 1 1; -' ? . -; . . ! MARROW ESCAPES, a . J B. McG.ARRThead sawyer, mi some $0 feett distant from the,; mill han ding up lumber to be i piled. -'The con cussion knocked bim down, and although pieces of iron,' wood, bordV4dpo8ts flew thick about him he .escaped unin- Three young ladies,- Samantha J. f Hevdricks, Lccinda 3abar j' and Mart I. Hendricks, were sitting on .a log about 25 feet from the i&ill when the explosion look place. . Oae .jiajf oil the boiler; with the flue pipes attached, pa9s- ed over and' within two or 'three feet of their heads, and struck about 25 feet be low them, down lbe run. -. ,V7 oIHWRECK?: Jrr . iJ !: A more complete wreck .never was seen in this part of the country, and it would be a hard matter for any one to even imagine one nearer annihilation ; i The largest part of the boiler, weigh ing from 800 to 1,000' pounds was car 'ried fully 50 feet down the run in the. direction of Mr1. Barnard's ibnseThe engine shaft was thrown .75 feet down xhe runrpassetf through a 'rail fence and The fire-box W ash pan, wis blown 50; feet up the run into a 'corn" field. The en gine Fas,, thrown, about ,4.0,.. feetWest from the mill and struck between the ends of,80ineIog8.V!lt wsa 'broken and twisted into a hundred difforent ehapes The'fljT wheel was completely destroyed" The furnace doof, an dl esq" and the safety valve weigtihlielween two, and three .ian4fed..JOQandNer6: blown 75 yards in a north-west direction np against the; W'l-r. ip.'i'fy;,!"".. Dcn V Btrnck, almost . buried, . VuelM For . fifty vards fe every direction the trround was tejrtlk: pjeortroti; towdBosli iron beeps, bsnde, and otua. fMnga uo oucu over me mm, rorty reet in length, was completely demolished, not even a post mw, left atandiag,. in .fact there was nothing left except the log carriage and a small lath saw, the latter standing there on a skeleton frame. The f?rce of. to explosion was so terrific and swept the ground where the", engine and boiler had stood so completely and thoroughly, that one unacquainted with their location was obliged to inquire where they had been We heard the in quiry made a number of times while we were there. - -;- s thr owners. ' The mill was owned by Isaac Botten field, J. B McGarrt. Puilip Voeohler and Frederick Tobadob ' It was : pur- cnaseo ny them of Mr John Hcth, of Malaga township, and had been in use between eight and ten years. Mr. Bot tenfield had been Chief Engineer for four or five years, and, before taking charge of it, had occasionally engineer ed in the steam.mill ofMr. T. C. Penh. in Anlioch. ,: - v i condition before the explosion. ' There are reasons without number as signed for the ' explosion, and we pre sent them with other matters pertaining thereto - for the - consideration of our readers. About two weeks since the boiler had become partly filled, with sediment from the, dirty water they were obliged to usef which became so encrnsted and harden ed that the workmen could not , loosen it. They put into the boiler a quantity of oil and oak bark, started a fire and boiled the whole,' but failed to loosen the encrusted part. The first of last week they filled the boiler aud iommenced work.''. Some in1 sist that the gas formed by the oil caus ed the explosion: TrAfainiiitr is Hilaimed that tilid steam gauge could notjbe made to mar ahoye-HO pounds pfessufe, ire up as mucu as ueywoaid,and tnat ;a? one itme-ttie mi!Ltdpeohih cthe gauge marked 100 pounds, tbe iawat the Ume being half way througV a log i and hat while only 110 pounds r was in aicared, generally, tber?; might Jve been a presMejatdtimelof hundreds of- pounas, ana tne earety valve not being Jn.gopd order, the only vent the confined steam had was through explosion Again, the cold water pump was cut of order and they bad been troubled with it considerably that day, and, possibly, ;vuije out of order, the water in the boil er had dried up, and when the pump bad been repaired and cold water let in, that caused the explosion. Let the cause be what it may, it has brought death nd sorrow to a number of worthy families . and people in this cousttvaad in their bereavement and troubles they have the heart-felt sympa thies of all. Died On the 21st nit, in Malaga lOWOSUIp, MISS CATHARINE MANN, Sged In New' Castle, Green township, on Saturday, the 22J ult., of Dropsy, Ed Ward Hopton, .aged about 82 years. The foneral'took place on . Sunday, the 23dn!t: - ,I&"ARTHTJRGftAT. Jr. killed twn Copperheads in a meado w on his father's place, in this township,' one day fast week."; The snakes were both very large specimens. ' One of them measured. 3 feet and 2 inches in length, and the other perhaps an inch smaller. It is seldom that a' Copperhead, or "chunkhead," as it is sometimes called, is found over 30 inches in length.- ; .t.: li --.;. ' J y We clip the following items from the Noble County Prest of the 27th ult. : F. G. OkeV is 'building a , neat, two story dwelling house on the east end of his lot, oji .trje south-east corner, of, the Publfc.Sqaara 2 fl ' A sdn pf Miitrf lyiiyftr.l of Center township, while playin&.atlschool, last Monday, rell, broke one arm and dislo cited both; w rists.-. ; ! f , i . r ' r ; lOnr correspondents, L. O Oket, or uraysville, and J. Twinem,' of Anlioch, have - our; thanks ' for their promptness in reporting the particulars or tne boiler explosion on the 26th ult , for publication in The Spirit, although the communication brought to town by Mr Wm E. Sloan, from Mr. Twinem, through no fault of hi?, was not received alibis office- , I farBnnds were, qooted in New yorkj hi me cirise oi me maraci toe zstn ult , ns follows: . x . United States 6s of 1881, esupons . 120 Fiye-twenties, (1865)i... '...;, 115f Five-twenties. 1865) new.....:;.'..'..'.! il Five-twentiesrfl867). .....I19f Five twenties', ( 1863 ) . : .V.'. : 2 1 f flew Fives......... ;.H83 Ten-forties.;'. -lx3 Ten Forty Coupons. 118A Uarrency sixes.. ..126, ; JSTTDe railroad meeting in s Woods field on Saturday last was organized by calling Judge J R. Morris to the Chair and appointing M Hoeffler Secretary. ! Wi F. Hcnteb, S L.Moonet and Dr. T H. Armstrong addressed the meeting. Their statements and explanations of tbo effect of voting for the propositions submitted by the Board of Directors of the B..& S. W, Railropd," wertj plain and easily understood by all who want the road to prove a success. Quite .a-num ber or proxies were taken ; before the close of the meeting (a few refused 4 be cause they reared that by voting for the propositions tbey would vole mortgage's' on their property 1 Wisdom and caution are good things, especially in railroad matters. . Married Ou July 14, 1876, by Rev. j R.- Smith at tho Ml E. Parson age In Miltonsburg, Prof. David McVat and Miss Nervie Miller, both of Bealls yllle, Monroe County, Ohio .. ! On Jul v 15, by Joseph N Danford, Esq , of Seneca township, Mr. Samuel A Adams and Miss Patience A. Da vidson. i On TucsdayrJWy 25th, 1876. by Rev. J..R Smith, at the residence of the bildra father, Mr N. Wiley,, Jr., Mr, C. L Belt and Miss Mart C. WitETi . j '13rWe know of several' Republicans in this) locality who have declared their Intention 'to vote for v Tilde-it' and Hen- (Moke. On- the' other hand, not a single Democrat infenck to f support Hayes If yon want to' be on the ' winning- side; vote for TiMen and Hendricks St. ClairtciUe Gazette, 21th ult ' ' ' JThe Bellaire Independent it requested to notice the above The Republican party i n Belmont Is CeMaihir "not "aoli- dsriry. - , U - Monroe Ceantr Teachers' Instl tale. The next session of the Institute wil be held in Woodsfield, commencing . on Monday, August 21st, and eontinue one wee. Judicial convention. The Democratic Judicial Convention of the District composed of the coun ties of Belmont and Monroe will be held at Barnesville on Thursday, the 17th day or August. Congressional Convention. The Democracy, of this, 15th, Con gre8sional District will hold their con vention, to nominate a candidate for Congress and a Presidential Elector. at Marietta, on, Thursday, the : 10th day of August i tie oasis or representation is one delegate for every 200 votes cast for iioyernor last " t all, and one for every . M SY J " iracuon or iuu votes, or over. Monroe County is entitled to 16 dele gates. XThe balance of the taxes of 1875 at the August settlement this year shows as ioiiows : Amount collected for State, $7,178 09 ay county's propor tion of State Com mon School Fund,, 87,850 40 Treasurer's mileage, : 20 08 . 87,871 20 Leaving due County, 693 11 87,871 20 meeting osjthe Directors of the Agricultural Society. The Board met on Saturday, the 29th nit., present John Gatchell, President Geo P Dorr, Secretary and Directors John B Bead, S. P.' wood, Geo Rose john odghertt, henrt SMITH and Thomas Wright. The following new committees were rormen : CLASS B 1st Departnent Gtldhqt A 71 . -.: r jr - CoBmittse Hear Brown,' F O Lamly, L Cain, t r i ' ; ' . ;2 v . ; . - CLASS C 1st De'partmeit Maret for all purpotet. Cemmtttee Martin Thonen,8amael Us Vey, im Miracia. CLASS D 1st Department CommittM Robrnson 8triokling, Henry Disinnoa, JtaiM w warnar.u CLASS E 1st Department ZofK for lAght Jlarntu - i 4 CsmmttU W 8 . HardMty, Haq, . Beth I ward,: Cbarlei Hill. , t..: d CLASS F 1st Pepartme it 77ori fr i - iSxngle Harnett end Saddle. Conmitte Dr W Foster, Dr W Umob. Dr W L Vfaat, Dr B L 8t John, Dr I P Fr- qanar. CLASS C 2d Department Oxen Committss Wm Pol, John Fsnkhaaisr, Mitbael Bovghner. CLASS E 6th Department '-Domestic Manvfactwet. Committee C H Dankwerlh. Miss Mrr B Lohmire, Mrs August Myer, Mrs O F Flint, Mrs William Hatbora. CLASS -F 6th Department: Committee Dr J Bnpp, Mtir ; Slisabetk Pearson, Mini Joaie Williams, Mrs C Diehl. Jr. Mrs J W Striokling. CLASS 'H 6th Department Flowers ana faxnlingt. Committee Dr J B Williams, Mrs Sarah Martin, Mrs OF Dorr, Mrs S A Atkinson, Mrs .WLNorria.. . . Ui.'i j'J a;,. CLASS K 6th Department Yegttahks Committee Abraham Workman, . F Crnm, George H ines, J B Algeo.- THIEB AyV! :. y '' Fastest trotting horse.mare or gelding, .. ' ' (owned ig Monroe eoantj.) togoa4, 7 they please, best 2 in 3,-3 rounds to ' ' the heat, no horse entered for a higher premium te be eligible tn v ' this. j . .v. . . ; r.ia' $ CLASS B-2d Department-iSAorf Hons. Committee eamnel Hartshorn, Jaoob Ho- wiler, William Hat horn. The following, persoas were added to , the committees heretofore formed:., i ' ..." : CLASS C 6th Department. Mrs Minerra MoVay. - f ? CLAS3 D 6th -Department. Miss Mary B Arnold. . CLA.SS G6tn Department, ; Miss Virgioia Brown. . .. 1. P -CLASS I 6th Department Fruits. Mrs Elisabeth Jeffers. . - The county race on the thiid day was changed 4,to go as they please" instead of under the saddle. . - . The following t additional race '; was made for the 3d day : - . Fastest racking or pacing horse mare or gelding, owned in Monroe County, to go as lhey: please0 best,' 3 in 5, 3 rounds to tbe heat, 810 $5. The committee for the. third . days ra cing is as follows: ' , . , J T. Williamson, William Botten- FIELD, JERE WlTTEN, ALEXANDER HAR MON and H. R. West. A premium of 50 cents was offered for the best pair of JJrahmas. - Samuel C. Milhorn, of Perry town ship, was appointed Chief Marshal. j The Secretary was authorized to rent the stands and booths at $10 each v and to secure the services of a Brass Band. The lir&t premium for thorough . bred bulls, Devons and Sbot Horns, was changed from "3 years .old" to 'auy age." The following persons were appointed to Superintend the several Departments during the Fair: Horse Department, Callle,', l-J-Sheep, -Swine, Floral Hall, ; The Bviard visited -Henry Smith ' S. P. Wood. John B. Read. Thomas Wright Jesse A. Keyseb the Grounds and arranged for having the track, stalls and Floral Hall put in complete repair; alscrj for having better accommodations in the way oi seats. -. - , t The Directors reported the. Drosoectf as nattering ior tne r air oeing, tne ; Deey attended in every - Department -of aby ever neid in the county Barnesvillb DisTRlCT-Second Bound J M Carr, Presidins Elder. Barnes ville, July 30th ; Barnesville circuit, July 30t!p. Bellaire, AugnBt fah; Bellaire cir cuit, August 6lh Bridgeport, Aogust, 6th ; Somerton, August 13: h ; Beallviile, August 13th; St. Clairaville, August 20th; Morris town, August 20th; Cen terville, August 20th; Belmont . (Camp meeting) August 29th ; MooreQeld, Sep tember" 3d Freeport,? Seiptember 3d ; Hendryaburi;!!, September 3d ; Fairview, September 5lb ; Woodsfield, September 10th ; Antioch, September 10th ; Pow hattan, September 17th : Clarington, September 17lh; Hannibal, September 17 lb. . , PROBATE COURT. July 25 Phillip Pool was appomicd Guardian of Emmt, Caldwell, daughter of Joseph Caldwell, . late pf West .Vir ginia, deceased. ; July 27 Harvy T. Mitchell was api pointed Administration of Edward Hop- ton, deceased Bund 81,000 David Mo Kelvy, John J. Hurd and Jas, A Driggs were appointed appraisers of the per son alt state A. V Slack, Guardhn of the estate of J6hrjrSiiact,ran ImbecirR," filed his first account; hearing continued ' . July 26 A copy of "the last Will and Testament of Jacob Mann, deceased, was received and admitted. to record. The original was' admitted to'probate in 1848 and destroyed by fire on the 13th aty or June jewv -V-vv Delegates to the Democratic Con reaslenalaad Judicial Coaren iions. The following Democrats are tbe reg ular delegates to the Congressional, and Judicial Conventions Congressional Delegates. Convention Ang. 10. . ' Judicial Delegates Coaren turn A ay. 17 ADAMS S. A. Atkinson, C. M. Blowers George Suppes. J. W. Ward. V. BENTON. ' . v August Meyer. ' R. M. BETHEL. Cline Thomas Fleming. - - Wm. F. Wire CENTER. T. O 'tittle, MV Heefflar, Jas R. Morris, A.J. Pearson Chas., Twinem, Jere. Williams, Chas. Lauenstein. FriU Reef. FRANKLIN. Alex. Pickens. Dr. G. W. Mason ; GREEN. '' ; J.. 1. Lulverhouse, ., Simon P. Wood John J. Hurd. Jno. S. Hollidayi ' ' JACKSON. John Witten, C. P. Russell. N. D.. Garden, Joe. Witten. LEE, James Ncsbitt'; S. S. Schoolcraft James Anderson Jacob Yoss. MALAGA. James Armstrong, Dr. G. W. Stewart, Uias.i lietterer. Samuel Groux v : ohio. tf, W.Muhleman, . Fred. 2eb. ' - , .Chris. Cehrs 1 John Ruby. ferrt. . Capt. Wm. Daugherty. J. R. Pennington c. SALEM John Mallory, . - - Henry Maurv. j. A..juorrm. : Beth Ward, w i.m war - SENECA; ;h Casper 1 ockey. Dr. J. B '. Williams, John B. Read. Wm H. Hutchinson, Adam" Arnold, Henry YVneuer. . J.. A..Keyser, SUMMIT. John Dougherty, , J. H. Hamilton-. Chris. Diehl. Switzerland: John Rugsegger. Peter Lemly. WASHINGTON. Charles Hill, John Gatchell, T. A. Way, Jr. - . James Watson. WAYNE. James T. Dougherty. Ampn Moose. BUS INESS' NOTICES. Parasols ! Fans ! at low prices to be found at . ' i ; MORRIS fe ARMSTRONG'S. , r : m .. n jCWill open next week a fine Stock Ladies, Misses and Children s Shoes, Ladie?, ssew btvle in Suite Lace. ) MORRIS fe ARMSTRONG. XyBleached and unbleached Sheet ings and Shirting. Cheviots, Boy's and Men a rant stuff at the lowest prices at M.ORRIS fe ARMSTRONG'S. iityLook' out next week for new Slvles in prints, at the -one price cash Siore of : ! c MORRIS 4 ARMSTRONG'S. - t3T Men's, Biy's and Youth's Boots, opened new, next week. ' Suitable for arly FaU. at the lowest prices . AT -. : The Grocery of P. SCHUMACHER, Jb.i you can purchase Flour, Coffee, Su gars, Teas,' Rice', Shovels, Forks, Rakes, bread, Lakes, Nails, Kope, Twine, Can dies, -r Tobaccos, . jCigars, Stationery, School Books and almost any other ar ticle at fair rates for CASH. '. ' . : 91ot hers car. secure health for their children and rest for themselves by the use of CastorU. A perfect substitute for Castor Oil. It is absolutely harmless, and is as pleasant- to take as honey. Tor Wind Colic, Sour Stom ach. Worms.oi', Constipation for young or old, there is nothing in exinteuce like it. It ia cer tain, it ia speedy, it is cheap. , . f . ) tJaked Breasts, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Swellings, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Barns, Scalds, Poisonous BitesJ and all flesh, bone and muscle ailments, can be absolutely cured by the ; Cen taur Liniments." What the White Liniment is for the human family, ' the Yellow Liniment it for spavined, galled, and lame horses and an imals. . . - f , , june20.7Swl3. . MARIETTA COLLEOE. Instruction In CoUen wholly by permanent" pnf6aon,and In tlie Acadeniy by g-radnateaof , cmt- men needing It. Tbe expenm reiy mode iente. term begins Aojc. (L I. W. ANDREWS, LL.D UAiuTTA,Un'iuy,iKe, jrreuaeai. , jalyl5,'7bw4.-' M :' .r.,. Legal Notice. rVWEN DBARTH.and "Samnel Dearth, who J reside in the State or West Virgin ia.and Rudolph Dearth and Matilda Dearth, whose -places ef residenoe Are unknown, will take notice that Bdward Okey, Administrator of the estate ot James Dearth, deceased,, on the 14th day of July, A. D. 1878, A led his re" Hon in the Probate Court within and for the Uoirnty of Monroe and State of Ohio, alloc- ing mat tne personal esuie or aaia aeoeaent is' insufficient to pay his debts and the char ges of administering his estate, that ho died eiied In fee simple of the following described L real esiaie sunaie in aaia coanty, to wu; The north part of tbe south half of the north east quarter of seQtion thirty-five, township four of range sit,' beginning for the same at the noutnwext corner. ot tbe northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of said section thirty. five; thence, south, seventy-one and ft fourth de grees east twenty-eight rods to a stone 'a'u a run: thence south seventy-seven and a half de grees east twelve rods np a run) thenoe south fifty-four and three-fourth degree east nine teen rode to the section line; thenoe south three and a half degrees west forty-one, und a half rods with, the . section line, dividing sections twenty-nine ana thirty-nve; thence . south 83 degrees west one hundred - and fourteen and a half rod to a stone with William Kno Al ton's line; thenca north three decrees oast twenty-three and a fifth rods with quarter sec tion line to the bank .of oreek; thence notth forty-eight and a fourth degrees east forty-two rods np Clear Fork . with east bank of oreek; thence north twelve, and a half degrees east ten rods up Clear Fprjt .with east bank of creek; thence north nineteen degrees weak twelve and a half rods np Clear Fork with east bank of oreek;. thence north twenty-six and a half de gree east six rods to an elm thirty inches in diameter (corner tree:) thence north fifty-two and a fourth degrees east fonr rods thence south eighty-three and a fourth degrees . east twenty-five rods up a run to the pi ac6 of be ginning, containing thirty-nine and one-fifth acres more or less; and that Matilda Dearth, as widow of said decedent, ia entitled to dower in said premises. The prayer of said petition is for the assign ment oi dower to said Matilda Dearth, and for a sale of said premises, Rubjeet to such dower estate, for the payment, of the debts and char ges aforesaid-K, .. . .. . .... Said "S tition will be for hearing en the 10th day of August A. D. 1876, or as soon thereafter as leave can be obtained. . ,7 ..a tM - EDWARD OKET, ' Adm'r of Janue Dearth. rWil. ENTAIJII kliiiis White, lor tho Human Family. Yellow, for Horses and Animals. , These Liniment are simply the wondsr'ef the world. Their eBeete are little less than marrelleus, yet there are some things which they will not de. ' : They will not sure eancer or mend broken hones, bat they .will, alway allay pain. They hare straightened fingers, cured ohronio rheumatism of many years stand ing, and taken the pain from terrible burns and sealds, which has never been done by any other article. . - ' The White Liniment iafor the human family. It will drive Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuralgia from the system; cure Lumbago, Chilblains, Palsy, Itch, and most Cutaneous Eruptions; it extraots frost from frozen hands and feet, and the poison of bites and. Stings of venomous Teptiles; f it subdaes swelliagsand alleviate pain ef every kind. For sprains or braises it is the most potent remedy ever discovered. . The Centaur Lini ment is used with great efficacy for Sore Threat, Toothache, Caked Breasts, Earache and Weak Back. The following is but a sam ple of numerous testimonials: ,., 'Ijnt an a Hour, Jeff. Co , Lm, If ay X3. 73 "I think it my duty to inform yon that I have suffered muoh with swollen feet and Chords. I have not been -free' from these swelliniw in eight Tears. Now am perfectly well, thanks to the Centaur Liniment. The Liniment ought to be applied warm. Benjamih Brown. The proof is in tne trial.' It ia reliable, is handy, it is cheap, and every family should have it. To the sick and bed-ridden, the halt and lame, to the wounded and sore, wo say, 'Come and be healed." r To the poor and distressed who have spent their money for worthless medicines, a bottlo of Centaur Liniment will be given with out charge. The Yellow Centaur Liniment is adapted, to the tough muscles, i cords : and flesh of horses and animals. It has1 performed mere wonderful cures of Spavin, Strain Wind-gall,"-. Scratches, ' Sweeny and general Lameness, than all other remedies in existence Read what the great Expressmen say of it New York, January, 1871, Every owner of horses should give the CEN TAUR LlKiMENT a trial. We consider it the best article ever used in our stables. H. Marsh. Supt Adams Ex. stables, X. T, E. Fultz. Supt. U. S Ex. tables, N. Y. Albert S. OuN.Supt. Nat Ex. stables.N Y. Montqomkrt, Ala, Aug. 17, 1874. Gentlemen: I have used over one 'eras of Centaur Liniment, yellow wrapper, on the mules of my plantation, besides dozens of Che family Liniment for my negroes." I want to purchase it at the wholesale price, and will thank you to ship me by Savannah steamer one gross of each kind. Messrs. A. l Stewart & Co will pay your bill on presentation. i tfespectf uily, . JAMES 1MEEOW, ; The best patrons of this Liniment are Farri ers and Veterinary Surgeons. It heals Galls, Wounds and Foil-evil, removes Swellings, and ia worth millions of dollars to Farmers Livery-men, Stook-arrowtrs, Sheep-raisers, and those having horses or cattle. " What a Farrier cannot do for $30 the Cen taur Liniment will do at a trifling cost. These Liniments are warranted by the pro prietors and a bottle will be given to any Far rier or Phymoiaa who desire to test then Sold every where. t'JJ? 3..?? ' Laboratory of X B, Roas &.C. 48 Day St , Saw Tom.' ? 1 i J . .1 S . v ,i i i. ii. i in.; CASTORlAt-'- la a pleasant and perfect subrtitut'C in all ea ses, for Casfsr Oil. Castoria is the result of an old Physician's effort to produce, far his own practice, an effective cathartic, pleasant to the taste and free from srripinsr Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Mass., suc ceeded in combtD ing, without the use' of aloo- hol, a purgative agent as pleasant to take BS honej, and which possesses all . the deal rable properties of Castor Oil It is adapted to all ages, bnt is especially re commended to mothers as A reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach and bowels bf children. It is certain, agreeable, absolutely harmless, and , pheap. It should "be used for wind colic, souir Btomach, wormsi" costiveness, croup, &o., then children con have sleep and "mothers may rest, f." ' . ; . ,j !? J. B. Rose & (to., of 48 Dey Street New York, are ihe sole preparers of Castoria, after Dr, Pitcher's recipe. june20,75wl3. Positively Cured. When death was hourly expected from Consumption, all remedies bavin fatled.and ut. u. james was experimenting ne acoiden tally made a preparation; of Indian Hmp, which oared his only .child, and now gives thia reoipo free on receipt of two-etaraps to pay expenses, uemp ais oures nigbt sweat, nausea-, at the stomaoh, , and will break , a fresh cold in twenty-fear hoars. Address,' . CRADDOJK & CO., 1,632 Race street, Philadelphia, naming this paper, '; jaly4,'76m3. CIGAR MANUFACTORY; j ; WOODSFIELD, OHIO. IHaVB established a cigar .manufactory in ' Woodsfield, In Rsirbssb's building, south of the Court Honse, where I will maufaoture fine Cigars, Tips and Stogas. For the trade of Monroe and adjoining coun ties at prices whioh win compare favorably with those of Wheeling manufacturers. . , v ! -' Mf STOGA CIG4R9 Will bo manufacture I from the floest quality of Kentucky tobacco.'Tirs will be made from Massachusetts and Fix a Cioaos from Con necticut and Uavan tobacco. The patron age of , , ., .. merchants and Traders Generally in Monroe oonnty is Belioited.s Or ders will receive prompt attention. Call and examine my stock before purchasing else, wberei' , ' FRKD. ROSBMKISR ' nov3,7 t. . ' . Woodsfield, Ohio, I- ' f .l- : - "-i ' Wool Carding anil ." Spinning, At Maury's Mills On Sunrisli Creek. . .5!kie;io . ( i.'?;" ft t THB undersigned, Aix. Maobv, Joh 3a. bam and Faan. Maoet, having added ad. ditional machinery to their mill on rJnnfish Creek, 4 miles from Clarington, are prepared ; CARDING AWD BPINNITf 3. Wool will bo received and delivered at the following places, without additional charge : Woodsfield, at A.Dbitbb's; , , : Miltonsburg, at .he store of Wittbsbboob: &QB0PX, " . - ve j t v . Malaga, at tbe store of Hitsrr & Bao,; Jerutalem,at the store of QaTcagit, h Moobb; BealUville, at the store of O so rob Kiks; Cameron, at tho stor'j of Hbobob 8orrBg. '' The 8uperlntendeu,' John ' Graham, has had a number of years experience In the bu siness, and all work at thia establishment will be warranted done in a first olasa manner. - aKach peraon can reeeivo their own WOOl. - trirrwwB idviwm ,1 .5f.t'Vlf" Oarliftes, Momo Ce., Okie. mayS3TT!J3. . a," HOTEL .DIRECTORY ........ ep. . - H I L A D 5 LP fl I A U Thousands of oar readers will visit the grand Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia They will want to 'stop- at hotel where the accommodations are, good . and . the charges are reasonable. , To do so they must make all arrangement before starting. This can be done by correspondence with the propri etors. -In this Directory wlil. be fonnd jaoh as are fully up to these requirements . .. congress, hall, aw rova-BToar saiex hotel,' ov' taa'' "" " "'..- BVBOMAJI PLAB. " '. - - Mm Ave., Btlow. Forty-second Street Directly opposite Main . Exhib'tion Build. lag. AeoomBOrtatfon for 1,000 guests.' 8pe. eial arrangements far large parties.. Terms. ONB DOLLAR FKR DAY. Comfort, Koonomy and Reasonable Charges.1 - . W. tf. BAKKR k Ca, Philadelphia i Julyl8,'76ml. - : ' - Elm Avenue Hotel. ,X ELM AVENDB 4ND;FIFTT-I'1RST 8TREST, opposite, c 'u:'..V .. :' V, .' ' TTeat Enrl or Machinery' Hall V-- BOQ - ROOMS." V - A single room and single bed, $1 09 pef day. -A KOKLOFS, Proprietor. , Roerts can be seenred by oorreapondenoo July4,'7im4. A;, rs&iiU'.- BEL Sf f T II OT E It, STftlCTL FlRST-CL ASS. " I. Terins$a,SO.per day. ' : Cor. Forly-Flnl and Oregon Sis XSILYJSR M VPJjE GROVRi - Cl.as. P. & FvB. SteyeBBaltimore, 0WNKR9 A .D' PROPRIETOR. ;. .Haj'or,1lT,, Wn.CiSLARTA Manager. : ' lTSATTBArtioK(L"iiCapacity lt)00 Quests; 360 feet long x 140 feet wide; 3 stories high bnilt and furnished by -Baltimoraans. ' Pri vate parlors, en suite, etoJ Hpeoial rates; for' Parties, Associations, &o. French, Qermaa, Spanish and Italian epoken in the heteL All charges moderate apd accommodations first class. ' It is within fonr blocks of the main entrance of the Grand Centennial Exposition, the most desirable looation of any Centen nial Hotel. The entire house is urrount'ed by a magnificent groye of maple trees! of thirty yean growth, making it tho' "coolest hotel In Philadelphia, The furniture' and equipments of. the entire establishment ate of the most liberal oharaoter,and daring the season a first etass oroheatra will farnleh, mnsio for the entertainment ef the goesU; Market street line pity cars paai tho door, juiyvoui3 0 HANGING UOTjSE,' : ON THE EUROPEAN PLAIT. Pine st, from 39th to 40th sts., PJuladelphia, Pn. Handsomest' part of West Philadelphia; cars paas doqr-to Centennial Grounds; .new buildings of briok and atone, and new fur nitnre; capacity for 700" guests L0DUIN9 Sil DAY. Breakfast and supper SO cents each; oarefal attendance and private watch men; large parties sooommodated i:i separate sections. v Rooms may be engaged in advance by correspondence. " v june20,'76mi. .,; .CHANNINCl HOTEL CO. TlBIDODT HOTEL. its JT ' 250 SoutK Ninth street. PhOadek)hh.tPi. UUL. JAM 113 WATsUH, or tbe Uenrle House, Cincinnati.-PropY -$2 50 to $3 : per day. Boom without board, $L,ir ,.;..iV,:i. 3 Street oara pass the doors to and lrom all depots, Jlnd Jo Centennial Bulldlnirs, Cen tral location, . 8,8(1 near ail places, of amuse. ment. Aooommodations secured by' ccrres pondenbe. -Jone20,,T6m4. Thia DJictry is eemplled Vr Ji.Wj5JA.VE.iil te CO. Kevparer Adverilalusr ;Af ents, :i . : t j.ats, Bmitwieia street, ' t ' ;' .it wer f. rPlTTSBfJEaa, Bravoh.offlMj3)3 Market itreet, Philalel- phia. Pa. gal; Noticed LEWIS SMITH A3Kft, whe?e place Of resi dence is ocknown, will take notioo . that on the 1st-day of Mry, 187U, Jacob Miller, Jr., filed his .petition against him in .the court Of oomm'on ' pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, the object and prayer of whioh; Is to recover from said Bmitharer" the sura of $495 30rwith interest thereon from May ?2, 1875; Paid sum of $495 30, being the amount ot money, paid by Miller as surety for said Smithager to one Christian Cehrs; and that an order of attachment has been issued in said cause, against the property 'f said Smithager. " " ' ' ,-wT"! Yon are required to answer said petition on or before the 16th day of September,!',!, D. 1876, ' : bUNTKR & MALLORY,' julyllr6wl; ; Atf7aferMiUer.il SKLEGT SOUOOL. Tho next session of . this Behool. will com- meoco on ' .. , " ; ,, ..... .TtIOWDAY," JDLY 24. 1876 ' and close Frida v. . September' 29, 18761 Competent teaohers will be employed, and no labor will bo spared to maks this a sohoo) of thorough Instraotion. -v--.: . v. ; . Bemi-monthly examinations will be given; also, a lecture each week on the - theory aud practice of teaching; for the benefit of those preparing to teach- There will also; be a Literary . Society in oonhection with the SChOoL - 7- ' ' - TtrraoK. ..T :: Higher Branches . . v. . . . . . . . .-. . $7 00 Common '.6 00 - Tuition in alvanoe. - No money 'refunded' ezoept in casea of protracted illness. , : Good accommodations, at reasonable rates, can be had by students in the .town, "either in private families or at the Hotels. : For farther particulars, call on or address - - 'yTfrUoVAY, Prino pal,1 '.'CBeallsvflidi : Monroe Coanty, Ohio. . ,.-' Pbate Notice. ; : A CCOfJNTSl touchers . have been filed IX" in tho PfosWSte Conrt of Monroe County, Ohio,: for ? settlement,-' by the following Ad ministrators, hxeentors and Ouardiaur: Third and partial account jf Jesse Miracle AJm'r ef John B. Tople. -First partial ancount cf Kl'xibsth Lents Guardian of Jonathan Len'x's heirs.'' ' First partial -account of Geo. U. . Trembly Adm'r of Ephraim w. Trembly. First partial account of J, M, Twinem and G- W Both well, A.dmlrf of Thos. Both well First partial aoobunt of J. O; Amos Ouirdian of Otto anltJero C,'Bincfair.l , Any- person, 4ntereatd may file 'written exceptions to said aooounts.' er"'; any Hem thereof on or , before the 12th day ef August nextt when ' the same will be finally ht-ard and continued from day to day nutil disposed of. ' 1 JAS. R.-MORRIS, Jntjll,'76wS.- Probate Judge. " . .S.HliKlFF'.S 8ALBJ. J, C Patto'n,r bv next friend, : - 'va.- ; -. r.n- Aloozo iiacey et al., ; BT virtue ef an order of sale In partition ta me directed from the court ef common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio. I will offer for sale at tho front detr of tho court house, in tho town of Woodsfield, between thV h'urs of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m , on Saturday, the iQth day of A'uuust, 1876, tho following described real estate situate la Monroe oonnty, Ohio, to wlt: V. , h; . Lot number four lu the town of Clarlsg. ton, oxoopt twenty feet front running back the width of ths house, being the east side ot said lot.. '.-- ." . .-, Appraised at IfjOO.." V. ' : 1 ": - ' vK:v;;: o.Limi. ,r: JjalyU.oel. " .'; aeriaT M. C. 0. ' " KtraiTiitAftort Arfjri; ' - - '.' - i The Chicago k, North westera 13. Vtt Smbracei ndr one management the 3rat ". Trunk Railway! Linos of the 5WEST fcmt HORTIIiTEST, and with Its nnmoroae " branohes and eooneotiom, f ornur -the :.-.nartT.? eat an i quickest route betwoe? Caicaao and all points in Iuuon,r WiaeeJiur, iNjatUM Michwaj, MtvaiaoTA, Iowa. NaauASCAi.t. vobsia and tho Wtsnai TRiroaii. Its Omali aahil 'Cal k rornUXltVci Is the sbortejt and ben route for all points In KoBfsBKir fLLlsots, Ijw, Dakota; Ka; BSASKA, WVOMIBB, CALOBAOO, 0TAH, NeVA& ' CaUFORBIA, ObBOOB, CHlBAj" jAAa4d -BifftV -I VBAUA.i lt$ ..v)fl3.; . ?'?v'iti Chicago, Madison and . St. - tanl:Uti ? lathe abort line for .- KoaVHaajf Wopsw and MujKOTA, and for. Majusob-, Sr. t.Kut t Mibbbapolis, Dffurru and all poiuU in tbd -Great Northwest, rts V . ( . 'Winona atia jfrk'cicihlmVc--Is the only route for VYisoba, Rocbbbtul Owatoba, Mabkato, 8t, Pbibr, Nbw rjtic, and all points in Bonthern and' Central XlanefO-t - v ta. : Its. :; ? J'v :'i i '., .y J Green (lay nnd Ularqieice Uor la tbe only Hue for Janesville, Watertown Fond Da .Lao, - Oshkosh,' Applejon. Qreaa Bay, Ssoanaba,Negaauee, Marqaotte, ILwgh ton. Qanoook and tbe Lako ,Snpriar CoaaA it try,. iu . ; ":;.:.; ;'-;:;; . -v;;.'. m " .... , , . ...,..19 . i report Vubaine IJne f Is the only rooto for Blgin, itockford, frwi. w" rJort, and all points via Freeport ,lu,? Vj fvhl5?f Laod waofcee Mn- Is tha old Lake Shore Route, and u the onrf s one pBMlflg through Kvauston," Uke Parent, - ." Highland Park, Waukegan, Raoine Kenpshi .5 , to Milwaukee " '; -, v'. - aw ran on aU through trains df thia road, ' This is the ONLY LINK Mnnihtr these eanl -between Chi eago and fit Pant, taUngSS&A Milwankeo or ChloBgo and Winona, v r. - At Omaha onr Bleepora ronneot rltlt: ' ' Overland Sleepers on the Union FaoWe JaJJJ road for all points ... West of, tho litsaenrt : : River. . . , ' ' . -' - . . On the .nival of tie traiM 'tMlL?' or South, the trafna f t.J r.r l Northwestern Railway . 1BATB CHIC AGO as V For Coancil Blnffg. Omaha.4 ni rttrttltS3 ' Two Through .Trains daily. wtth PdOasa : Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping CarsW -through to Council BluBj. , t , s ,V FofSuTaaUndMrnneapollstTVoThing; - Trains daily,' with Pullmarp.tao. CaT Uehedon both trains, - '.i ' ' For Oreen Bav and TjV flnn..' ': Trains daily, Pullman Palaoo Cars attached. V. . -and running through JWTIarqtteite. . , ,v ' ' X ' : Por Milwaukee, Four through Train? dafly. r ' PuUmaii Palace Cars oa might traina,:,Parloi ChCarSpn,darins,.3 -. For 8prta and Winona- and point -isi s Minnesota, Ona Throngh Train dally" wljj,: Pnllman Sleepers te Winona." " - f '. For Dubuque. Via Freenni "' Tral.. daily; with P.llmw'cr7 " trains., . y-. r j,r . M ; - For Dubuque and La CMo,TvU"CTiBtoxk ? Two .Through Traina daily, with ?llms Car, on night train to MoGfregor, Iowa,- - , For Sioux City and Yankt.n, Two Train . daily, Pullman Cars to Missouri Talley Jane-. tton.: -ijt'--,S.v li... 3 W ii.-; '! ' ' Jf. . . ' For Lake Geneva, Four Traina Daily.- HzV-' jFor oekford, Sterling, Xenoaha Janoatra yjlle, and other polntv you can .have Irent two to ten .trains daily, y fi, ,f i tv .V New-Xbrk Offio, No. 415 Broadway;. es 1 " ton Office, No. s Bute Street Omaha 0c V: ' 853 Farnham street; 8n Franoisoo Ofloo, 121 1 Montgomery : street; "Chicago Ticket OfsWIV 62 Clark street, nndor Sherman Honse, oot l ; . nor Canal and MadisoB streets; Kinale-Btree? v Depot, corner W. Kinsia and Canal BrtfUv V Wells afreet Depot, oorher, Wella and Kiul' Streets. " i : v--V For rater or Information not -tutnl.f " : from your homo Ueket agents, apply to '3 MARVIN UU3HITC - f - - en. Sap't.ChloaiO,''. " W' ft , , .!' ."t . H ASO W A RE.: r. r. T.-'Ts - JUD KIN S AHEAD. m mm - r jfiiriFaicisit e CASHllJ 'i i'i. ' ,: : -. .f. 1 BK9 Jeavo to say to tho ei Usees of Meh roe eonnty that I will keep oa hand and IURHWIIM h 4-p 1 U JL1 for oalo, at tho Lewin Cab Pbwbs, a tn '" '-; assortmenf of ir t y-., in Pocket and Table CntleV. Furniture Trimmin8,':offin frimtftlnrtf Havi, chanlca Tools. FarmeraSImnlmtiL9ha 4 makersVKiU, ... . .'t . ; .'".-. ty- f. N O R WAY N A I I. B ODO.s harden Seeds. .Brushes of all kinds, Tfaila and Spikes, Looks and Latches, Belli of all k'ndf -' WINDOW' GLASS OF; ALL 8IZK3; Pioture O'as. Glass out all shapes and Bice;'4 Floor Oil Cloths, Lamp Sliades, vi -1 " PIowb, Plow Wings, Plow Points of all kfndW Rakes, Forka, Shovels Hoes, !: fi ; CLOTHES, WBIHQ E B g',f " ' Boring" Maohlaes, Augers, Brtces and Bitts, Gimblets. Chisels, Hatchets, Hammers, Draw. -ing Knives, Benoh Sorewi, . :A . :.:. ij PLANES OF A L 1 K IN DtSi ' Bolts of allsisea, U'inkey Wronohoe,' Berows' ;; and Butts of all siiea, Coffee Milla, Saws, Sa J Handles and Saw Sets, Rat and Mouse Traps; WellBucketa; and In fact everything npali j x kept In a first olasa Hardware Store. .-. :i -V.; '..- ',1. 1';T. jrjDKINS. ;;'"-,; ... i Southeast corner Publie Square, " ' m7l. "''-. -; t r t Woodsflold. OhiiT ,J i i, , -v. it ,'.! I..-"' dh 1 f)a day at borne. Agt wantecl On 1 tjj 1 1, lit and terms free. TRUB ft CO.,ae ' . gnata, Maine, r" i:imchtl,'vSv.T ; 'tAv Ur.s r,"V i i i:-: fc vT v. - iw. . ' i, Um .. ";a;i g-t..fy.; . r '- Sulerif: Real Estate:? ;" ' 1 " "v ... -' Jfia? ; IN pursuance , of an rder. of 4he Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio'; Iwill dffr, t.-. for sale( at pnbllo auo'ton, on i'" rt ' ; Saturday, the tk day of August, l8t6,', at 1 o'clock p. m., upon the premises, the j following described real estate, situate in Sa-': lem township, Monroe county. Ohio, to wit: t ' The northwest quarter of the northeast" quarter of Seo'ion; thlrtv-two,T ia township J- . three of range, three, containing , forty ens acres; also, a part of the northeast, quarter. of the northwest , quarter of same section, . township and range, containing thirty three acres; also; a part ot the so nth west quarter" of tho northeast qaarter.of Samo section;''' township nd range, oontainin j four acres; ia all seventy three aorvt, snore or leas. '; .' til ' Appraise at $1,600. .i10l '": t u Terms or Sale One thlrd in hind, e usMft third In onwyear.and, one third in two years, with ' Interest from the day of Bale;; ths payments to be seonred by mortgage on tho ' premiss oeld. - JOHN U. 8TBIGKR.- ! w t? Soardlae of heirs of Jaoob Lange, deo'dr:, -feaslO,'7tw4.',.;iM va yi. . Hl:t . ." ; ' -;- 'AVV. tBlank Deeds and ' Mort- , gftgoi- for waie at thir otits -: : i r'v I ... " I 1 -.1 mm: 1, - m :,.-.3-'