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tHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
Tuesday, Attfchit 21, 1877. D. R. If EST, Local Editor flew Adf ertlsement. Marietta Academy, G. R. Gear livery Stable, SkiTH & Lirruc To Treasurer's, Auditor Weddle ForvSale, . ' ' Johk Martin. Show, Yah Aii&CROU 7" A man never wakes up his second by to see it langh. t& Gold dosed in Kew York on Fri day, tbe 17th inst., at $i,05. . m JEW A double headed child was born in Noble county on the 13th inst. X"Teachers' Institute at Caldwell, koble conntj, Monday, 27th inst JOT Attention is invited to the livery advrtSdrAfrtf SifVr A LitTLBf V WThe services of the Miltonsburg brass Band have been engaged for the Fair. - F"The Jtuqitay Pledge , has . been Sighed by.2?4 persons of this plaCe an4 Balloon Ascensions on the second Vnd third days of the Fair, September ttx and 7th. , iAwiAsbKR Pattoh, an old resi ent of St Clairavitie, died on thnrs Bay, the l$th inst. J-The Democratic County Central Commute W'H roeet foVTood&lleld 00 Saturday next, the 25th inst 7 An obituarof Dr. vJamss Smith, who died recently in Clarington, this county, will appear neit week. x rr nt y fi r I m r.v : jbyMlai- Mart Lomxti and Miss Jajce Seltoh, of Pittsburgh, are visiting at M. Hoeffleb's, In this place. XyPrpf-EoBERT SarrH, of Beverly, Washington county, has been' reappoin ted School Examiner for three years. HTBenrt NefF, a former resident of Belmont county, died July 29 th, at Laclede, Linn Co., Moy, aged 77 years. larSeveral horses are in training in the northern And , western parts of the couftyCThey will illbe ltfottght to the Fair. XyJtssK Brakdenbcbo, a resident of Flushing, Belmont county, died on the 9th inst, aged 82 years, 1 month and $If you want local no tices inserted in 'bur ' Fair Ex tra hand themjn-jthis week. iyPartiea who, deair; to ,,nisie en tries for the Fair can do so at any time by calling on the (Sjecretary,'!GEOBGK P. .Dors, in this place. , : .i . .V1;. inn i . i' " ' .i . " fiarJudge J. R: Morris and Messrs. Murphy meeting! at BeallavUle last Sat urday evening.? .Twenty-one persons ' ' ' ' .23TMn tViAH.HcDSoir.aged abont 0 years, a resident ; of Beallsville, this county; died on the : 9th : inst. The f n- oop.'f oorvirn'ii' tnnlr nlnp.A on tbn 11th inst' j -:- '--i , ' J3TThe dwelling house of CHRisTiAii WACHTER,v'limaes 'cst "'pf Browns; vUle this, county, Vas "destroyed iby .fire ihm 19ffi tnit ' T.r,o tt1 9fin insurer? far i,ooa 3rLadrei,fiBring'yoirr tidWs,'. quilts, carpets, canned fruits and preserves, wines and .dozens of other, things, pqb lisbed'in the UstJ for exhibition in the Floral Halh;eff jii vZt fal -.VLsl tw On the 15th inst, Rev. W. H Wilusow, of the Christian Church, was authorized by the Probate Court pf this county eolempwQ'. martiagei i in the -State of Ohio v XMrs." Ah Tailor, aged 84 years,. whareaidad three miles west of Barnes- ville, fell dead the eveniner of the. 9th Inst, while walking from 'her house 'to the spring. near by, , , , , T r Tho members of. the B2d Ohio Volunteers will re-union at Barnesville . ore Septembers 19th:wAn invitation7 is extended to honorably discharged mem bers of 'Other Kegrinentsr c ' ' "' JCarDr. HooVERj Of Bellaire, former j pTBarpejsyil'ebas bfoken dpWn menf tally and financially and will be cared for in tbe future by hi children, so says the Barnesville Enterprise. " n-t? -to'.i'.rj'J'jl . off i Remember that the Grange Picnic takes'place ocxt Saturday, the '25th inst , on the Fair Grounds. A number of speakers will be present. - All members of the Order in the county are invited. X3f Township and District treasurers are required to Bcttle with the County Auditor on Saturday and Monday, Sep tember 8th and JOttu fAttentlon is invi- ted to the advertisement In another col- , m - jjylf you wantths jj.ews of Monroe ' County, the general news of importance, late market Reports, subscribe1 for The Spirit. - Terms. One year $1 &0 ; six months 75 cents. Office. North of The MoBroBant ;.-' ir;i;,;') 33Tl. M. Dalzf.li the Republican candidate and David S. Sfrigos, tbe Democratic xandidate for Representa ' tire, in Noble Couttty", will discuss the Issues in each township in the county, during the ciunpaign.1-, HKh Extra of TntJ Snmif l iti i . i t i Trill do issuea eacu morning of.ttie Fair. : .lLocat hotides , . . . i ..jauaare cmiucu, 10 me manss oi me Ma.a?MH"9,lWI?a ai , people for iheir prompt and efficient sc- reason a Die rales. Don't Fail to Register! The Republican Registration law roqui&s Township TruBte'cS to Ap point one of each political party on Monday, September 17th, to act su KeRisters. Voters aro required to register on the 21st and 22d days of September. All perV6n who have moved from one township to, another, and have not resided in that township 3G0 days previous to the election, will have to register before they are en titled to a vote. Agricultural Society. Tbe Directors of the Society aro re quested to meet in Woodsfleld on Wed nesday, September 5th, at o'clock a. M " G. P Dorr, Secretary; ; 'ZITA woinan loses onctenth of her life in looking for her thimble. ; The Democrats will open the'eampaign at .CoIumbus next Thursday, t'venine 43d in?t tlon. Geokoe II Pkkdleton and Gen. Thomas Ewing will be tlie speakers. ' --: :' ' ! " ' :' ; ;: . ,.... ; arMr. C. II. Scott, Agent for Va Ambuboh's show' is ?not one of your blustering here t Waht this inserted for so much, abd if you won't do It Tor that I don't care a ; but he is 4 gentle man, and is willing to pay fairc price for the work he desires perforined."J ..-.i ' i' , r' ' ' 1 - ' Died -In Washington, D. U, on the 29th pit, William H. Cclledge, aged 56 years.' : ..i -. ;. . : ... ' The deceased formerly resided in this place, and was appointed to a clerkship in Washington, about the year 1849, or 1850, "slrice; which ' time be resided In that city. He was buried in . Glenwood Ccmetry-" 1 :-; ' i;, .1.,..,,. '.;' ' ' ' Jtf"Oa the 9th inst , th Republicans of Belmont county ! nominated , the fol lowing ticket: -i -. ' . . ; 'Representatives,' tt. W. Baeb and E. V. CleaVer ; Auditor, Joseph A. Har ris ; Treasurer, Julius Armstrono ; Clerk,"' J. R. Mitchell; Pros. Attorney, James C. Tallhan ; Commissioner, Da vid Branson ; Recorder, J As. A. Barkes ; Inf. Director, Henry Dakiels . ' ; Dlarpby Meellas at Beatlsvllle ' . A Murphy meeting at Beallsville on Thursday evening, the ldth inst., resul ted in obtaining 49 signers to the Pledge. .' The meeting was addressed by Mr. Wrbcr Trceman, Mr: Kobert Mar shall and. Mr. H.. R. Mason. : There were eleven persons present from here. The feeling In favor of the movement in that community is excellent - ft . , 1.Michael Dennis,, of Green town ship, this County, committed suicide on th'e 15th inst , by shooting himself. Mr, Dennis requested his son to 'load the gun" for him, which he did, but had no idea, what he intended doing with it,., as the old gentleman had been blind for more than a year past. . He was 75 years of age and in comfortable circumstan ces. An inquest was ncld by John Mcbleman, Esq., Coroner of,the coun: ty. : - ; "At a Mnrpby meeting held in the Court House last Friday evening, 15 porsona signed the Jrleug'j. . it- . The meeting was addressed by Judge J R. Morris, J.. W. Hollisteb, . Esq., Mr. WJ Trceman, Rev. CrouseMt. H. R. Mason ana , Mrv H. Adams.. ;Thi9 series of meetings has resulted in great good to this community. ; '., Another meeting will be held at the Court House on Friday evening the 24th hlSt. m :;. i :-! v: l!:..- ::J.ldi THE 51 UK PIIY PLEDGE. .' ;The. following is the Murphy , temper ance pledge:- 1 : - f 'With Malice Toward None and Charity for AIL' I, the undersigned, do pledge my word and. honor,' ;' ",7 7777t 'r ' 7: GOD HELPPSTO MOS. To abstain from All Intoxicating Liqu ors as a beverage, and that 1 will, by all honorable means, encourage; others to abstain. "" . j' ' " JrWe furnish the particulars of the trouble between James A. Watson and Dr. Dillon, at Graysville, this county, as stated to us by residents of the place. We omitted any mention of it in our issue of the 14th inst, because at' that time we had not heard it from anv per son who had not 'obtained his. informa tion at second hand, and the obvious waht of provocation gave the account the appearance of being wholly one-sided and its- publication injudicious, to say the least of it 7 ; t ,; .: j fji'.t - ' ' ' ' ' ' :- I r. -:i Charleston Wlns. ,,; 'Th'eVhtest , for the, location, ,of the Gupital of West, Virginia resultedas fol lowsv-'"' v-,ilj':,.irJ "r-!u:- Clarks ..bnrr. '.Charles-, , . ton. " ,,3,982 . ; 3.669 32,861- ;,Uaftiiui 1,525. 6,489 - 25 1st District, 18,717 2d 3d .11,62 534 V 30,876 ,4412 8,039 40,412, Charleston, . Clarksburg, Martinsburgt -30.876 8,039-38,915 Charlestdn's majority, 1.4S7 Tobacco Ware: .House Located at .. Bellaire. . . At a meeting 6f the CoHimissibn ht Cainbrjdgen the lOlh" inst , to locate the tobacco warehouhe authorised" by an Act Of ., the! JaBt Legislature, committees were present from Marietta and liellairej the two places contesting for it. The committee had previously visited both places, and after hearing the claims of both decided in favbr of Bellaire. N. Hollister, Esq ; of Woodsfleld, waa present in" the interest of Bellaire and made a very effective speech in favor of locating it at that place. Mr. Isaac WeiSner, the Commissioner from this county,' and Mr. Charles Hare, tbe Commissioner from Noble, represented correctly the interests of Eastern Ohio and are entitled to the thanks of the -)9. : Meetlof o( the Democratic Conn ty Central Comuiltte. The Central Committee of this coun ty will meet in Woodsfleld on Saturday, the 25th inst All the members are urged to attend, aa business of importance re quires that immediate action be taken. The following is a list of the members ; Adams J. S. Erlewine. Benton August Meykr. Bethel....,...... W. F. Wire. Center i ;.....T. O. Little. Franklin f hOs. FoRsSe. Green ,. Jacob Affoltek. Sr. Jacksea i J. S. Rcssbll. Lee S. Schoolcraft. Malaga Jas. C. Johnston. Ohio ....Fred. Zeh. Perry T. L. Twinem. Salem i.V. WM. H. R UTTER Seneca. .J; T. Hannahs. Summit S. C Kellet. Salisbury Jesse A. Keyser. Switzerland Chas. Beck. Washinton............ i.James A. Watson. Wayne ........ J. T. Dougherty. 3T VVe are glad to observe that Good rich, of the Monroe Democrat, has come out squarely on the. Republican plat form, ne la entirely too radical to conduct an independent newspaper. He can now expose Democratic rings without'fear of losing Democratic sub scribers Caldwell Preii Goodrich is a failure at hoodwinking or bulldoeihg Democrats in this county into supporting his Republican dodge, covered by an Independent plaster. It was too thin. Tbey knew him when he edited the Noble County Ktpubltcau a few years since, and he is the same now as then,' an out-and-out Radical. Demo crats take about as much stock in him here as the Republicans did in Noble, and you know exactly how much that was. His principal occupation, since his importation from Noble, has been to abuse Democrats, Democratic candidates and Democratic officials. - He crawled into his hole on the Ring question, and quietly pulled the hole in after him. X"The Murphy temperance meeting held in the Court House the evening the 14th inst , was a success in every particular. The room was crowded full and not less than fifty persons, occupied the gallery. : Mr. Trueman, of Bridge port, delivered a telling speech, atter which H. R. Ma80N " related hia expe rience as a drinker and declared that with the help of God he intended to ab stain In the future and to labor .in the cause. Mr. Hade Adams waa, the next speaker and 'gave some excellent reasons why persons addicted to drink, as well as, others, should connect . themselves with the movement. Rev. Crousk and Dr. T. H. Armstrong spoke briefly, when a vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Trueman for his labors in the temper ance canse in this community. ; , v. Another meeting was held in the Court ' House1 ' on Wednesday .- evening which was addressed by Mr. Robert Marshall, of Wheeling, Mr. Trueman, Rev. CRousE,Mr. H. R. Mason, Mr. II. Adams and Mr. Joseph Blanet. The result Pf the two' meetings was 32 additional names to tbe Pledge. , X?GooDRica, the Republican who was brought from Noble, county, is pained because the painting on the Court House has not cost $550, and because we received pay for the tax receipts at exactly the same rate the Democrat charged for them in 1873 ' That year William Read, Treasurer of the County and of the Democrat Coaipany, had 4, 000 receipts printed at that offico for which an order for $40 was issued, Mr. Read being present with Mr.. Kernan when it was allowed. 1 " 7 " Goodrich should be the last man to talk about any one swindling the tax payers of this county, as nearly every bill rendered by him the Commissioner's have been obliged to cut down because of over-charging. 7 And his charges in a majority of cases, where both papers inserted the same notice, have been in excess of ours. The bills on file and the record show this. V And that too in advertising where the rate is plainly fixed by law." - . ; j - ' xr It is damaging to people's pocket- books . to . order worko irora sucn . a source ; and County officials, having tbe record before them, don't feel warranted in. . giving him advertisements, unless some law expressly, requires that they be printed in two papers. A man with such an . unenviable record should be very careful about charging any . one with swindling. .-. ' L 2TAn affray occurred at Graysville, this county, the morning of the 10th inst , between James A. Watson and Dr. Dillon, . both of that place. The particulars, we have learned from resi dents of the town, are as follows : Un tne evening or tne ata inst., a phrenologist held a meetiig in the school house . and during the evening some boys hauled a. wagon to one of the windows intending to climb upon it for the: purpose of seeing and hearing what was taking place inside. It is alleged that they made considerable noise and that Watson went out and cuffed young Dillon, who was in the crowd. The next morning Dr. Dillon came out of bis house onto the porch in front, when Watson, from the opposite side of the street, asked him if he bad had his head felt The Dr. 'replied that be had notj and added, if your bead was as sound as mine you would know better: how to treat other people's children, n Watson asked him if he wanted to fight The Doctor replied that he: did not , Wat son then picked up a stone and went across ths street and struck Dillon a severe blow on tha forehead and another in the side, injuring him severely. s An other account says Wlfso dropped the stone before reaching Dillon. ' A warrant was issued for WiisoN's arrest that day but he left town and had not returned to Friday of last week Dr. DiLLoN is able to practice and will recover. The report of his dangerous condition grew but of a fainting spell, a disease of long standing. 3T Burns and Lukens, Democratic ana ivpuoncan candidates lor orate School Com rohetoner,' were . both born and Republican' candidates for State near Hoskins'ville, in Noble coddtyi ITEMS. Senator David Davis, of Illinois, weighs 332 pounds. Peace reigns on all the' railroads. The strikers had their day and then sub sided. . CobNT Eo3Ti?cmN, is 73 years of age and is serving as a Lieutenant in the Rus sian army. Ohio men are lucky. WM. H. Smith, formerly Secretary of State, goes to Chicago as Collector of the Port. Milton Satlor, ot Ohio, is gaining ground for the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives. , Co3c and RandALL are on the decline. The Republican candidate for Govi ernor was a Know Nothing and was elected Prosecuting Attorney for Logpb. county, on the Know Nothing ticket in j 1854. Secretary Sherman thinks of enter ing in the race for the Scnatorship. As the Legislature will be Damocrftlic it will do no one any harm If John should enter the lists. ! The Turks have been getting in their Work in good style during the past ten days. The Russians don't find the self imposed task of whipping the . Turks and stealing a slice of territory half as easy as they anticipated. The anti-HAYES ftepubllcan Commit tee at Columbus are receiving encoura ging letters from Republicans in all parts of the State. The Administration Re publicans don't know what to do j they are badly demoralized. The German Republicans of Cincin. nati have been supplied with the Know Nothing record of their candidate for Governor, and the prospect is not flat tering that West will come anyways hear having a majority in Hamilton county. ..... -.v f Joyce, of the St. Louis Whi9ky Ring, has been released from the Penitentiary on a writ of habeas corpus, the Judge holding that it was not lawful to sen tence him on more than one count of an imlictment when all the others charge the same otfenBB. General Howard has been out-gen eraled throughout the campaign by Jos eph, the Indian commanding in Oregon and Idaho. Gen. Crook is the best In dian fighter in tbe army, and had he been in command would have used Jos eph up long ago. . :: i joe. kesbinoer railea to worn up enough votes in Meigs to make DeSteio uer, of Athens, the nominee for Judge GrosYenor wai Chairman; the Conven tion met at Middlcport. Judge S. S Knowles, of Marietta, was nominated on the 58th ballot. The nomination is a good.one. . : . : , Amounts Received br the Treas urer's t the Townships la Mon roe county The treasurer's of the several town ships in this county received funds as follows on the 17th and 18th insts. : Adams, $548.50 Cameron District, 232,36 Benton. ' 902,99 Bethel, " " 1,129,96 Center, . 2,003,90 Woodsfleld District, ' ' 1,285,65 Woodsfield Corporation, . 260,16 Franklin, . . .. 1.128,31 Stafford District, . 651.45 Green, 1,139,97 Jacksonf 7 " ' 905,24 Lee, ' 7 956,71 Malaga, ; . ' ' . 1,572,05 Ohio, 1,624,10 Perry, 805.23 Salem, 1,130.17 Clarington District, ... 445,77 Clarington Corporation, . 287,78 Seneca, 1,041,58 Calais District, . . . , 245,11 Calais Corporation, 18,37 Summit, 1,064,50 Sunsbury, r 632,80 Beallsville District, . 369.92 Beallsville Corporation, 113.35 Switzerland, ' . r 1.214,96 Washington, " 1,091,31 Graysville District, . 174,25 Graysville Corporation, '35,30 Wayne,. 528,56 Total, 823,660,17 BUSINESS NOTICES jCS-Go to P. SCHUMACHER'S for your Flour, where you can get the best at the lowest casn price. . XSTFew Domestics, Buttons', Notions. Fancy Goods, Neck Ruching's ,&c , just opened at low prices, bv " MORRIS & ARMSTRONG. Zgp"Lndies, Misses, and Childrens Shoes, Gents and Boys Boots and Shoes, to be found at tbe lowest prices at MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. ' at Our assortment of Dry' Goods, such as Dress Goods, Black Alpaccas, Black Cashmeres, Cottonades," Jeans, colored Shirtings 4c, full and complete for tbe season at the lowest cash prices. MORRIS 4 ARMSTRONG. XIf you want a meal when in town call at REINHERR'S City Bakery. Ice cream at his Parlors in tbe evening ; also furnished to festivals, parties and pic nics at reasonable rates. JtWYot Flowers of all kinds for sale at Mrs. WAY'S. ' - FARM FOR SALE, The farm of Abbam Stephens, con taining 120 acres, three miles East of Woodsfield, is for sale. For terms and other particulars apply to, or address II. R. WEST, April 24, '77 tf. Woodsfield, Ohio. X3"lf you want a first class Wheeler and Wilson Improved Sewing Machine that sells in this market for 880, go to MORRIS 4 ARMSTRONG'S and get it for $33 33 13. jf-Fruit Trees, . Grape Vines, , Evergreens; Arid Shrubbery t)f all kinds for sale by Mrs. M. A. WAY, Woodsfield, Ohio. Orders from a distance .will receive prompt attention; , R E I N H E. R R E Keeps Bread, : Cakes, Chow-Chow, E 1 Pickles, Nuts, Candies,Tbbacco,Ci- I N gars.Canned Fruits, Jellies, Cheese, N H Sardines, Mustard 4 other articles H E kept in a first class Confectionery. E R Motto : Quick sales 4 small profits. R R EI N a BR- R i LOOK! WOOBSFIiiLD nn?! aim HliHIiiM WILL i i s i r i c-x rrik. p" jrrm bT i ckti r j f tvev Hi ml mPCH II AFTERNOON AND HYATT 7 FROST, 411 umoroiis Clowns. 5 of the World's Champsoii p.uei'S. Aiiiiimls from every Ciime, 182 Performers and LAKGEST W.AGON SltOW ' Artmissiou only 50 Cents; 7 O'clock precisely. Performance to begin one hour later. yN. B. To aceouim'odate the public, titkets will be left for sale on vance in price, with agents at the hotels, ou the streets, and at the show Don't forget .tliat tlie old day August 27i 177. : . Wfl! also clliibit at RitRSVlLtE; August 25;' SUMMEftFiftLD.'Aagir-t ii: ' BTTSVltLE, Atig'i-t CO; MARIETTA-, August ":o: U TO HAVE'-' A ' SHOW -:o:- VAN AMBURGITS n FOS1TIVE&.Y EXKIRIT mm ill I 1 m u va : fc a z i ts n ar tasi mi an ?.f k p-t zi yt-- l m rt m Mi mm e rrs r mn u a :o: :o:- Manager for 50 IS AMERlQA.Bfi t collection . ,, cliildran under 0 years of age 2.5 reliable' Van Amburgh Show - 7 MhSz&-mPm Umft JM Tfsil? pure ' - r , f r -r , I V V 0 - AT i Thirty wo Years. -iO J7 en. cum, : W lip m ' IMJioillp agons. orses. 12 Tents. of ANIMALS ever cxltibitedi -,.' -";.'. Ccnisi Doors open at 1 and the day-of itbe show,' at a trifliflgad grounds. - will exhibit at Voodsfield, Mon- ' - - vr;. : " 1 CAIJWliLL; Aiifi 2dj tt i firtt IIATJTtI - ' " -BKOWNSVILLE SELECT SCHOOL! n, ih artiy; J A, MARSHALL, lMiDctpais. THS Meant, toinr of Uii SchfrfiT wH em monce 1 ueaduy, July 2" I875TI sad cloe Friday, apptember It7, i. - In addition b tho txttnehes uuulty Uxiiii in h school ot this kind, sjaasas Will be v$u fa4. ij. nw's-ary, in; French,, cpaewh, (jjw't, Latin and Girmnn. EliKUtion nnd Pcmnitnujiip t ill LdSyitojnut iciUy tnufftit tr (tompotont teniv -". t.v.'- - ' Peculiar Ail vantages ox tlio Sclu'Ji A Literiirv Society, A Noriul Institulu. A ceuits oX Educational anil Lunry IxcturltH. : Utt,t(i5. : :' ::' , rrlitlnr Ofttai UnrnU - f3 OO rumition Ili tiuV.lici, ;,, ; . - fl Hl lllKlitr lri;tiri, r . . f . ; . M m, l-n:inshlp, S I,ckio7 W, Taitiua invuvliWy reaurrej in adranco. Ni dedar.ti-jni' uindt! xii-jit inwfcw of p-olruct(l . For farther paitieolart ad ln3 . .? , ? KMA HTI Cf,. Aotiooh. M. C. A' ' ' J. &. MAKSHlLL, Jolly, 54, C. b,.' 7 jaoelVTftd. " 1 -: " oustjd iarrnoTaT 1; SELECT SCHOOL' 'PUB Tourth term of this fohool, wlU. eqml 1 m;nce August 6, Jfi77, andwil 'suaf ' tic no, la sessiou ten weeks. '.' , ' The dietloctire ' feature of this 'clool U ' the PtAs of Stcdt. The ''ODenady aystflia'1 bag leen adopted, b lieriuglt to b tai srs- ' tem, to meet the wants of teaobert.'aad th-' era. ho widh to.' qn l.fy thbmsiUeS fur teacUing. Jt is prodaotiTo of imprest ad , rapid development; it effect ihoronghneaa iu ; Fira braiuli; it. girvs annpln time.jti rSolta-, tion' for prautical work and for' the dipoissiiiii . of di Sou It points; it affords the RSKT'o(p6r-: Inrlitfes,' possible, Iot' ( xaminiriij -different; tvxt books on the same brauoh; it in partieV' alarly Biiited to tJSe preaeuiyateui t( Vpaiiiy Kxhmlnatioqs, w i,.! ,, Course ot SlUdyt , ; . P : 1st English (iramuiar Greene's' AnatyYif and Harvey's Oramihir. t! 1 : ' 'V' .' '' ; 2d Oeography (study by oaliin)'di(frl '. eut aq'hors. v ' .'. y-so : 3d Arhbnjetio-WLits Complete j ani Ray's Fraoti'sal. -i ",:-.j v4ih Orthography VVrisUtaml others-. ! O'.ber ttt-l)0oks .-'i'M be nsef for refr-, . ' These -lanciieS wilt 'ins ta4ej'Bp In the ; above biden the at'wfll.bV bofeileteil' U-1 fore eoiuniesbing the 'eiindj tha second b- fore the third; the third before the fourth; : Or each braa ch, will l contianed as long aa '. tbe pnpiU of. each class may desire. , Classes , will be oiganizd n Xlgebra; Natural Phioi1 ophyr and Ueometry. A , Lecture plais be orgaiiia-d for those who can'; in addition . to the o toi)T, prepare: a short 'lesson in ome ' felteU branch, saoh aa U. 3. Dittory. Phyaieai Geography, PbfAiology or Rbetorio. ' Kvevy -vffort . will . be. , put forth to iuipi t . thorough inrtruutiou. Ihe Services of . 7 competent teoher will be secured to as Ut.' if neD' ssary. ' " '.: --- TMtioiiC:t'i:a ' i:s : Common Branches.'. v. c. S 00 i Higher ,r 7 OO Mtt8io.j(intTjding ps pf vsfrnneot)10 Muhio will be taught .by Mrs. 8. W. Martini Tuitition in advance, and no deductions except" in c;i! of proti oc-ted Mcknesa.' Boarding pit eek $3. 00 uhd J 75. For further iuluruia-r tion addreaa . . : .i. .. ... : . . . tt.Ti DOTTEXriEt ,7 ; Antibnh, Honroe Co., Ohio juneo.'TIid. J ',. DRUG STORES. . ' DRUG " S.x6.R:B: :o: i DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, i 7 - VARNISHES, BRUSHES,'- , - ' DYE STUFF, AND ALli ' Popular Patent . ifedicinesj i G TlN always be Touna stTj. T. JDDS1SJ7 Drag fltore.it the lowest Cash prlees .. wix&s ' J Nb ' .'. no v bub ; I?or Uedlc1nilFurpoos,n)ay always be found , ) at J. T. J0DKINS'. '. ,.-7 ." ' . .. PAIXTS, : ,. ;m, OF aU oolora, and in etery fbftn7i jrjDKINS'Drug Stcie. r . VNSE&D tijli'';r BY the barrel or gallon, at lowest market ' rates,'' at J. T. JDDKIKS Vtut Etore. ' . j . ) ' !. .: ;. , . TBE ' BEST. COAL OIL . ' , IN the rharket also, Lard. Oil, Fish Oil, Neat's. Foot Oil, &o., &c, can "be had at: T. JTJDKINS' at the lowest ttash priM1 ' :T ' PURE WHITE 'LEA D, - ? B. Fahneatouk's brand, whlclk U so J.UBt! ly celebrated : far its purltyv whiteness ; and durability, is Just received ! by' S. tt IWfr KINS, and wilt be sold at . tk lowest fs' rlucta. f r- M.' ..n..,i m -. . T TUBArCO, BMTjFK AND CIOABft, .-. . A NO a variety of ther. artioles; belongir to tba DrmrcriHt'o lrAa alt nf h sill 3D' .. , . 1 be old as low as vhev can be afforded.,, . i j5 Carefully Pbbparbd at all trihrs'of the flay5 anliKV " "'' J. J3DK1NS: , sep8i. r': ' ' '''!" :!)';:'!: ; : t. &7i,f ;.i.-ib ?fcjt Iff p'jrtunnoe of an order of the, ProbntaJ 0mrt of Kohrde county, Ohio; I will offer for h!o. nt pdblio nution." tin tlie, flis day'cf September, A, D. ISTJ.at JOV cloiA A, , npori the Temiseii:he followine' denciibed reHl or bite situate in the county of ilonroe and State of Ohio, to it: . ... ... fV, . ,1, .7 ' 1 The northert"qi"rtcr "of' the 'norihwc'ft quarter of section thirty-nre, uwn.hi one, range ,four, continiiii forty acres and thirty-, seven one-bundre Jths of an acre,., more or leiia. , Apprai-ed at $5.50 ' . ,. ' " .' . TKitUS or BaIe .One-third in lund; eftei third in one " vear; arid one-third in two year !rdru the dly oi nile. with interest;- he Mcr ' red pij-mpnU to be secured, by mortgajfft upon iaid prerhi-es. , , , ' . . 7 ', '.. THdMAS TT. dFJMER '; " Ailm'r of the estate of Sarah Colviri, dce'd. 1 ' julytv17td. . : ' - y-'- Feaio.n & CoflKR-rr, Att'ya7 ' i ; r, ; Af'nliaibtratof'sSale of Real Estate IN pursll;it(io ' ot n order of ne'IroW4 'CoHirt Jfonrije f-ounty. Ohio, 1 will offer for (selri. at ftiblic auction, oh . - ''.'-' Saturday, the 8tk day of September .lSTT ,' at 2 oVlrk 'p. m., upon the premiwa, Ibe fol lowing dpfcribi-d re:il entire; free from dower.' KitUiite in- the county of Jlonroe and Bute of Obii. to wit: . . - . r , y ' ..Ti-S, Hiiittheaat Quarter of , tlje north'-at qunrtrr of hCti'in tweiity-four. in towtipbip firo of range MX, containiim forty-two acres, more or IeR.' ' , ' ' : ' Appraised at $1,400 : A I... it, i .. . Ji A tVi a.VV...1 quitor in rrtion twenty-four, in towpnhip fiA-e nf rarip esoopt tcn.t ftrr -ff the not th end now ownrd by tieorge tVyiit1' : Apjrtaiwd at $5r'00. . ; ; t, TnK.vt . i Hai n--0vb.lf r'afh-.'jffi-fonptrj in r.n jeir arid oiie-furtti in t jearn troni the day of nilt, with (ntcrtjii; the paynionti ii be fcurcdi bv ti'ctrtiri're upon the, premises' sold. JAMES M FISllER , I " Adur of John R, I'ixlfr, dec3: ; . a?7.7Ttd . . ; . ... .... .. . . .. O'EUY & OilUT, A!ljT?. v , ?