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,VHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY
THE .-.COURTS. WATCHES CLOCKS, AC, DKUG STOBI18. MERCHANT TAILORS. I Find it to Sly Advanfaffc to Order BANKS Tacftciaw, December.!!!, 1878. Great Walking; Mttcli. Niw York, December 22. A. 1arge nnrober of persons Assembled in Gilmore's Girden soon after midnight Mr witness the start ( O'Leary and " Campsna in the great n!z day walking contest. 0'Larv 1ms the inner and shor ter track, and Campsna has the outer, which is regarded as an advantage. Promptly at 6n o'clock this morninjr lwth men appeared on the track, sur rounded hv- friends, and the start was plven punctnatlv. ' Ctmpana exiecta to inoagreat nomher of miles with but n khoTt inprvai ot rest. O'L'ary will ke p along at his muni sternly gait. ': JPIPFrohaMv the largest and highest rock in the worU I the South Dmeo! T-wmitH ; Standing at t he fork of the upper valley, it rear itself, a 8-lil rocky loaf, G COO feet above the ground A more xwertul liand than that of Titan liaa cut away th eastern half,' leaving a aheer precipice over a mile in height No man ever trod the top of this dome until last year. Former visitors eased ita wonder at the spikes into the rock by hardy spirits, who had repeatedly en rleavord to sctle it The shreds of ropef dangling In the wind told thes'ory vf their failure. Last year, however, after thousands of dollars were spent, several ' twrsona found their way to the too of : the dome, and this summer two aheei were discovered browsing on the hitherto inaccessible peak. v ; ' The Indians. Saw Francisco, December 21. A . Portland dispatch aavR : General Terr, ( Washington Territory, has been elo eted with lieneral Howard in wis ctty, considering the alarminz state of sff iirs "In the eastern part of the territory, and . the suspicious attitude of Chief Moses ' and his band.' Steps have been taken to y secure the aafetv of the settlers. Two companies of infantry and two of cavalrv win be dispatched to the Kellitaa Valley aaaoon as possible. . A post will be es' tahiished near Ertensbnrg. Carap Hat ey will be abandoned, and the troopt-- there will be stationed at, the new post. Tbe report of a movement among the Republican leaders in this State t throw off the '' Cameron , rule, we are afraid, has not much foundation, but if f it indicates a feeling of restlessness un der the grip in which the party has been , so long held, it is at least a hopeful sign. A mere change of leaders under the dy- ...it. AM,AM 1 in I k.. m1a1 fs nMpa ; IlUtlU VyrWUI Till, .11 IUIG1 iui .jcia would noi pprnaps ne any great, oeneiu, hut a movement which would enable the party to shake off the shackles which have bound it, and give to the element which looks to the pnblic welfare a voice in ita management, would be one deserv j nr ; of. commendation and support. Pitt$ry Tekgrnph . . . JtfTKeep sheep dry under foot with dean litter. Never let them stand or ' Ike in the mnd or snow. If a, ewe loses her lamb, milk her daily for few days, and mix a little alum with her salt.. Nev er frighten sheep if possible to avoid it. a7-Jraif5 IVUiV null nm--jr iivmh s.is5t- that are atronjr, and cive them special care , It a lex i broken, bind it with uplintera tightly, loosening as the ,Iimh t swells If a sheep is lame, examine ita r7wt nlaan Ant rwar BAA n ffia hrwifa if tin. Utir'Uf VIOOII WWW r- W"W ....... , fionnd, apply tobacco, with blue vitriol boiled in tattle water Shear at once any sheep commencing to shed ita wool inlosa tho setthar ta tnn aovpf A . We acknowledge the receipt of an allesred interview with Chaplain McCabe hy Private Dilzell, which will be fotind in our waste basket. We are ont twelve cents postage on the communication, the Private having pat one three cent stamp on the envelope in which hm msnitacnpt was enclose"1), when he should have stnek on five. ,- Althongh lh Private makes no charge for hm contributions we mnst till insit that he f"lly prepay them when mailed to os . We can easily fill onr waste basket withont nivine postage for material AVfafcarJt TeltyropK,2l$t mf. ' S ' A Dismal Picture Drawn, r ; , Nkw York, December 21 The Snn's 1 Scranton correspondent says : These are dismal rlara in the cabirw of thonsanrla 'of I'ennavlvania coal miner. The wolf troonhea at every door - If the combi natron of companies outlasts this month the miners can see nothing abead but tarnation.' .". .. , ;' ' 5 . : Grave Itobbera Sentenced. : Cmcmit ati, December 21. At Zinet jrille, Ohio, yesterday. Judge Marsh ' sen tenced Dr. Heyl, he grave robber to one year's imptiaonment and to pay a " Uneof t5,000. ' Eiton. hit ectwmplice, . was sentenced to tour months' imprison 'inent and 4 I'M) fine., . ? ;;; '"ilawar Wlhippingr Post. v New CastIk,' December, 21' George ' DraVfjr (colored), 5onvicteil of murder in the second dezree. 'waa placed in the Xfoilloiv, in a Minding enow storm,to day nd received aixty laabe8.,He now goes niton lor life. ' .-.it 'i ' : . " : - RanMrTt'ot8ln2:14. ; ; Sah ". FBAnctsco December 21. At ' Oakland Park, to dav, Rnrna trotted one beat in 2:14, and the second heat, with running mate 1 Young Pat ia search of an education, wih told by a teacher that his charge for tuition was two guineas for the first " month? and one guinea the second Then be jshere," said Pat, "I'll begin the steocd month now." The man lacks moral courage who treats when he should retreat. ' No vices are so incurable as those which men are aj)t to 'glory in.. r : - .-.Good thccehtR, like row leaves, give out a sweet smell if laid up in the jar of memory. ' , J , He who' calls in the aid of ar. rqual emiersianotnz doubles his own ; and be who profits by a superior understanding raises his power to a. level with the height of euuetior understandins he twites ' with. , - ' This' Is an awfolly wicked old world Ad Indianapolis clergyman says be weot to bear Co). Ingersoll lecture on "Some Mistakes of Moses," and eaw more of his members than be bad seen at. chuich in six months. ' ' . 4 The editor" of the Hackensack Repub- - Kean pallwhes to the world, "you can never getany sympathy from the bind leg of a maleV Ai.l we've noticed that wery few pele fondle the limb of the aforeeaid animal expecting sympathy. , She was a lady passenger in one of the transfer coach ts which run from the Shoo Fly depot, and after btccming tired of . keeping still, she turned to the driver and asked: "How much further does this horrible hill run " Jebo reflhd, Clear to the buticra, rnn'tin." , ' T I MBS OF HOLDING District and Common Pleas Courts -I TH8- 8th Judicial District of Ohio. Ilnrhig the Tear 1879. The State of Ohio. 1 Court of Common Mnrfktnanra County. ss. I " ' Plea. R it reraemhered that on this 30th day of October,' A. D. 1878, the Clark of said C.mrt recaived a curtain oritur from lha Jadge of the said Court of Corarao'i Pleas for tbo Kighth Judicial District of the State of Ohio, reading as follows: . ' 'We, tlie Judges of the Court of Common Plea within and for the Eighth Judicial District of tha State of Ohio, hereby order mod direct that the eevaral terraj of the Distriot Conrt and the Certs of Common Pit-as within and for the several counties in aid Distriot ihall be begun and held on the 'daw hereinafter named, for 'and daring the year 1879, to wit: ' District conn. Belmont county, April 8. . Jrffernon county. April 15. Harrison oonnty, Aagust 27. Tascsrawas oonnty, September 1. Ouerosey county, September 5. Monroe oonnty, September 1 S. Noble county. September 1 9. Morgan connty, Septembtr 24. Mu8kingam county, September 29. rourta of Common Pleas. Wnkingum fonnty, January 13, April 28 Novembers. : Morgan oonnty, March ll. June 10, Octo ber 16. , , Noble oonnty, January SO, May S, Ootober 20 Guernsey connty, February 18, May 27, November 11. . . Belmont oonnty, February 4, May 20, No vember 11 ". ',-- (' I .'? Monroe oountr, January 13, April 28, 'Oc tober 18 . . . 11 Jefferson cennty, February 24, Juae 9, De cember 1. Tuscarawas county,, January 27, Hay 19. November 3. 1 1 ' Harriaoa county, January f, April 58," Oo tober It. ' "' The term ot cat! Conrts shall omtnencs at nine o clock a. -, the several days nam ed. It is herein speciBsd that the said several terms of Court of Common Pleas , ia 'aaid several eounties shall be held by aaid Judges as follows, to wit: Vnjkingnm. Morgan, Guernsey and Neble by Luoius P. Marsh and his snoeesaor and William H, Fratier, Bel moot and Monroe by William Okey; and Jef ferson. Harrijou and Tuscarawas by James Patrick, Jr. 1 ! ' - - "tye order and direct that a oertiSed espy of thia oraer be transmitted forthwith bv the Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas af Vaskingum coanty to the Secretary of State and to the Clerks of the several Courts of Common Pieaa in each of said aeverat ooun. ties to be published thereia according to Uaw. Done at Ziuesville in the oounty of Muskingum, thia JOta day of Ootober, A. D. 1878. IUCJD3 P. MARSH. , WILLIAM H. FRAZIBR, i WILLIAM OK BY, , JAMBS PtmCS, JR., . Judges of the Conrt of Common Pleas. I hereby certify tha foregoing to be a true copy by order of satd Judges. Attest; F&KDKKICK. UKIliKK, ' Clerk, By Jio Hoop is, Deputy. Zaesriile, Ohio, October 30, 1878. Clsrk's Ofpicb, Mojtaoa Cocxtt. Oato. 1 WoODiFlBLD, Noy. 8. J I hereby certify the foregoing in a correct copy ot the transcript of said order, fixing the times for holding Courts in said Jadiclal Dis'.riot in the year 1879. Witnea any aignataro and tha seal of the Court of Common Pleas. j. t. juonss, ' ' ' Clerk Monrse Common Pleas. novl2,,78w4. : HARPER'S - WEBKLY. " kotices or thipriss. ' ' Th Wsucir remains easily at the head of Illustrated papers by its Ins literary qnality, the beanty of ita type and wood eats. Sprinafleld Repnbtican. 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Patterns of all styles for sale-aug28,,77m3. XOTH i: OF KLT1(3. NOTICE ia hereby given that the annual eleotioa of Officers of the Monroe Connty Agricnltnral Society will be held at the Sheriff's Office in Woodsfield on Saturday ,the 4th day of January, 1879. Polls open at 1 e'oloek p. tn. and close at 3 p. m. L P. FARaUHAR, Pres. ; Geo. P. Doer, Sec , , dc!0,78w4,j I SBlb. I It I T REE JE-WELR? WOQDSFIJCL DEPOT. D , OHIO Mr atotto is FAIR DEALING, with ALL, I solicit a share of the pabllo pat ronage. Particular atteutlon paid to the re pairing of Watcket, Cloclct and Jewelry, watohes. Clocks end Jewelry for sale on re sonable terms. Wobk WaBBiNTEn. ap231y. FRITZ RBEF 0 A R R O LL & B R O WARBLE WORKERS, 8, 8 & 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W, Va. fonuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotch Grnnlto Mon uments. Also, have made arrangements with a firm in . Scotland to famish Monuments of Scotch Granite. aprl0,'75T; STOVES AND TIN WARE. MRS. 0. 0. ALEX ANDER. DBAL1R IV The Celebrated Arlington, And other Cook Stoves. , Keepa on hand HE A 1 IN Q ; S TO V S 8 And all klnda of Tt Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Alae, Agent for Garry Iron Rooting. . ' " ' Sptifi and Repairing done oh iW . HOtVCt. - . . Everythintr at Wheelln-g Prices, or West aide of Main street, i doors North of . 8riaiY office. : WOODSFIELD, OHIO, aeptie.TSy . THE , SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. TIlinTY-FOCItTH YEAR. .. THE MOST POPULAR . Scientific Paper in the World Only $3 20 n Year, inclndlnr Post. nfr. svcfklrr 52 Namberii a ' Year. ' 4.000 Hook Pasjea, Thb Scikstifio Akkbicsb Is a largo First. Class weekly newspaper of Sixteen pates, printed in tbe most beautiful style, profaso. ty Illustrated with Splendid Engravings, representing tbe Newest Inventions and tbe most recent Advances In tbe Arts and Sci ences;' Including New and Interesting Facts hi Agriculture, - Horticulture, the Hjme, Health, Medical Progress. Social Scienee. Nat. nrat History, Oeelogy, Astronomy. 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Third partial acconnt of Simon Fisher Onar. dian of James G. White. Second partial aocount of Samuel Rldgeway Guardian of Elisabeth J. Payne Third partial aoconnt of John B. Noll Gmar. dian of Wm. V. Bright. Second partial account of Jere Williams Adm'r of Joseph Allen, . First partial aoconnt of Jacob Cehrs Guardian ' of Emmaline and Franoes Cehrs. Second partial aoconnt of Mary V. 8tetaon ' Guardian of Frances E. White.' First and final aooount of John Zesiger Trns. tee for Elisabeth Zesiger, now Elisabeth Smith. " . . Third partial acconnt of Wm. Diokey Guar, dian of Margaret Dickey's heirs final aa to Mary and Maggie Bell Dickey. . , , Second partial aoconnt of Benjamin Rouse Guardian of James Dsvtus' heirs. ' Any person Interested may file written exceptions to said accounts, or any item there-' of, on or before the Xd day of January next, when the same will be finally heard and continued from day to day until disposed of, JAB R. MORRIS, decl,'78w3. Probate Judge li C,0, 1878... - : . , 1878. SPRING AT SUMMER! CHARLES LAUENSTEIN, JlKltCIIAIfT TAIf.Olt, AK BBALSB IB GentlemenFumislungGoods. On, Etl tide f Public -Square. Two doors North of J ndkins' Drug Store. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WOTJLD respeetfnlly Inform the oltf sens of Woodsneld.and the pabllo generally; that he does a nrst class Tailoring Business, and will keep oa hand a stock of carefully selected I'loths, Caul mere & Testing, And is prepared to make clothing In the latest styles. Also, will ont out suits for persons ho desire to have them made elsewhere, way 20,1873. CHARLES LAUENSTEIN; BLACKSMITH. Wagon making and Blacksmitbing, 1:1 Irl. fc J. LCTZGLTER, WOODSFIELD, OHIO, T7B have opener a Wagon Making and VV Blaoksmith Shop in tbo Foundry Bnitding on the east side of town, where we are prepared to manufacture V Farm and Spring "Wagons Of the latest and best styles. Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short notioe. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. , Wheels and wood-work tor wagona Ironed and iron for wagons and carriages furnished at market rates. Special attention wlUbo given to shoeing horses. Oiva ns a call. , snayz3."'6T. M & C. LBTZELTER. THE SUNF0R 1879. The Son will be printed every day during the year to come, ita purpose and method will be the same as in the past: To present all the news U a readable ahape and to tell the truth though the heavens fall. ' The Snn has been, Is, and will continue to be independent of every body and every thing aave the Truth and its own convictions of duty. That Is the only policy which an honest paper need have. That is the polioy which has won for this psper the confidence an 4 friendship of a wider constituency than waa ever enjoyed by any other American Journal. ' The Snn Is the newspaper for the people. It is not for the rioh man against the poor man, or for the poor man against the rioh man, but it seeks to do equal jnstioe to all interests in the community. 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To this end the resources belonging to well estab lished prosperity will be liberally employed The present disjointed oonditlon of parties in this country, and tbe uncertainty of the future, lend an extraordinary significance to the events of the coming year, The disous sions of the prong, the debates and aots of Congress, and tbe movements of the lealers in every section of the Republic will have a direot bearing on the Presidential eleotion of 1880 an event that must be regarded with the most anxious interest by every patriotin American, whatever his politioal ideas or allegiance. To these elements of interest may be added the probability that the Democrats wil control both houses, the increasing feebleness of the fraudulent Administration, and the spread a id strength ening every where of a healthy abhorrenoe of fraud in any form. 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The merits of ita ISttitsirill AnrinnUnrnl Political, Corretpondenee, Literary, Telegraphic, JVwand (7omjnrctaZ departmenta combine to make it all that is required in A No. 1, firat- oittKs iamuy journal. , - We reSDeotf ullv oolicit nnr unhnnrintinn anil ask aa a special favor to the Enquirer and the Burancement or great moral . ana political truths that you obtain the subscription of your neighbor for a year's trial. w GEST8 WAITEOT ETERY a"0r OFFICE. . LIRER4L, conniKSios givex. Specimen Copies Frsib. Address FARIV&, !HcLE4!V, oot'22.7Sm3. . ; : Cinoinnati, Ohio. It E PORT .,, Of ihe Treasurer of . the Monroe County Agricultural Society for the year 1878. . ' .. . '. db. To balanoe on hand from last year.. $ 16 49 To amount reoeivd for show license, 10 00 To amount received for, rent for! ' ground ................. 19 00 To amount reoeived for tickets, en. tries, &o. ....... ;.V. 1029 52 Total ...... .$1075 01 By amount paid for rent of 1 i ground ,....$100 00 To amount paid forezpen.' : ' ses, &o ... ....... , t 338 40 ' To amount paid for premL , hms 681 47 $1017 87 Balanoeon haad C...".. $57 14 ' ' W. T. M0RRI9, Treasurer. I- decl0,'78w3. ' " V . , , ' no i ,'tv i,)'! ' - " " - ' - v:vr-fir-H FROM THOS. 1st. Recasjse they bnr In large quantities, have unequalled facilities for baying, and, therefore can afTord to sell for less than those not having snch advantages. , 2d. They have a large corps of FIRST- i , ; ' ;i .-:'. v.4. ! 1 : ' ' Now Is the time a.p r. 1 n'-g. '" ' ' - ' 1, received, and yen can get TITOS. nCOHES at CO., Jlerfhant Tailor. , Xill MaBKMSTBIKT, WHElLIItfl,' "W'. JA. apr30,78. ': . ... .. . ; s Y "rTILL GET ONE DOZEN ARTISTIC ' Satin-Finish Card Photpgraphs, Made from Finely Retenched Negatives sod warranted as good as sit in ifne eity fof 83 00 per down. ' t"' Jnsl received frpn the East a large assortment of Albums, Frames, Stereosespie Tiews, Motto Frames, 4e. AH styles of Frames mads to order sttha lowest rates. Callsndseepecimensof thess Artistie Photographs.. Call at ones sod save 12 by getting your Photographs at 1 138 jJrafn St,Hornbrook't Block, Wheeling, IT. Ta. PLUMMER'S GA L LERY. bovS0,'77t. . : 'l W l.;;:.I.::i:0;B: I ht i s ow , ' ' lealeb in .-'. ';. '' ''-' French & American Window Glass, CAlored, Enameled and Fant?y" Glnsa, Paints, . Oils, Glass and Putty, White and " Red ' Lead. Cor.oB.8, Dbt ahd in Oil, Trjupm nwi, . ICAK Z1III0, MIHIRAL. MRTAU.IC AND FlRR PROOF BR0VN9, . BroT MlXRD I . PaIRTS, ALt COLO&a, Sa8H,D0QRS AND aHUTTRRR. DOORS & GLAZED SASH ALWAYS Of HAKD. Estimates for Plat Glass Fiirnlsbed on Application. Agent for French 1 ,',. jn.-.r. ' . Flat Glass.', :r' .t.i; ...!!:: 1 j ( ' april30'77T.. 1223 Mali street, Wheeling, W. T. ;1 .. Geo. -WH0LR8ALR Tobaccos, Cigars, Cheisr, Canned - " " Nuts. p 1 s Manufacturer , of Jfo. 1307 Main Street, oet8,'78m3. v- F O R T H S :0: It is aTways more or less trouble to decide ent for a friend. Toucan save time, trouble end money by visiting the place sf ine undersigned, wnere job will and A Nice Dress Pattern for a Lady, Suit for. Tour Husband, . Suit for a. Boy,;; DitUW : FOR; $L DAGHTEK. SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, BLANKETS. Silk Hahdbzrrghirfs, Ornts snd Ladirs' Tibs, Collars Currs, and full STOCK OF FANCY ARTICLES. At the lowest cash prices. Come and see ciously. novl9,'78.' ' .; ' ' ' 'I. MLLINERY. CASH MILIISERY STORE. In Or, Dillob'b property. W O CDS F I ELD, OHIO IT: J. CLABS . , n ' . ; . ' ,.t-'. BIS OPBBSD A. .,-;)',, . Cash M illinery Store In this plaoe,and will furnish goods as cheap as any other establishment in town, . Goods shown without charge, . , Orders ; Promptly Attended - to. All kinds of goods usually found in a Milli. nery and Trimming Store, snch as Bats, Bon. nets. Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Laees, Embroid eries, Gloves, Hose, Buttons, Corsets, Neck Ties, Notts and Veil Stuff, kept constantly on hand PRICES REASONABLE. Making Ovxb, Prissino and Bliach irs done in the best manner. , ' Ladies are requested to call and ' ' examine my stock. may30,'76v SI"RINQ A WD 8UMMEI. .; li' . '' t.'-mt')-. oil MILLINERY GOODS. I have just received a nice stock ' of nats, '; " ,: BonuefN, Collar, ' Ladies' JWecktles, Ribbons, Flowers, and other artiolea connect ed with a Millinery Establishment, Rati and Bonnett Trimmed in the Latttt Stylet . , . -. ' Straw Goods bleached and made up. I am determined to sell cheaper than any other establishment in WoodsBeld, or in the oonn ty.. . . . . - - ' Plaoe of business west of the Conrt House Call and examine my stook. i '. my2),n. l MARY A. QUTHERIB. , HUGHES CO. CUSS crjTT3R3, and you are mere certain1 to get a Bt than anywhere else r. 8d. They M only, ioreash, and do not charge yon for losses they would have to sns- tain if they were doing a oredii btisinefla. :. -V H:---. t ,t.l-;;ii ft:-r-" ') to buy, as the ' v.r.s-.T...o; c k first oheioe hy calling early. :" sun VsT 'A f .V Varnishes, Brushes, Frmch in Ak'ib'. 9RALRR IN- Goods. Forrion and Domrstio Fbcits, Ac. Also . . .. ', ; F u re Candies, WHEELING, WEST TA. H O L I Ji ji Y S what ia the noil suitable Christmas dtss " ! our Stock, snd invest year cash judi -i, .:'.)..,:,:,..!' . -. ;;.- MORRIS & ARMSTRONG. U'. . ' ; t LEGAL NOTICE. -..: '. CATHARINE POWELL Br, Jacob W. Powell Joseph W. Powell, Margaret 8hntta and Peter Shutts, her husband, Maria Hartshorn and Aaron W. Hartshorn, her husband, Han nah Oden and Asbury Oden, her husband, and Catharine Powell, minor child of Andrew Powell, deceased, ' fas an Darnell, Mry Dar. nell and John Darnell,,: minor children of Su san Darnell, deoeasedj all of whom reUe ia Monroe Connty; Ohio, 'and Elisabeth Marsh and James Marsh, hsr husband, ' who reside in the connty of Tyler,. State of West Vir ginia, Deborah Ambler and William Ambler, her husband, who reside in the oonnty of Belmont and State of Ohio; Sarah B. Connors and Frank Connera, her husband, and David Powell, ' who reside in the elty ef Wheeling. State ;6f West Virginia; John Powell, who resides in the oounty of Noble, State of Ohio; Catharine Darnell and Andrew Darnell, her husband, who reside in the coonty of Wash ington, State of Ohio, and Caroline Hntohin, son and Samuel Hutohinson, her husband, who reside in the county of Linn, State of Missouri, will take notice that an amended petition was filed against them on the 2d day of November, 1878, in the conrt of common pleas within, and lor the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, by Mary Ann Fryman and Henrv Fryman, her hnsband, and is now pending, wherein 4ald ; Mary Ann Fryman and Henry Fryman, her husband, demand partition of the following real estate, to wit The southeast quarter of section twentvfive. townxhip five of range six, except fifteen acres sold oS of the west side of aaid quarter section by John Powell, deceased, to Smiley Pryor, by deed dated June lit, 1854; and also except fortr- six acres sold off of the west side of said quar ter section by said John Powell to James Wor ley, by deed dated June 18, 1&4, containing ninety acres . ,. Also, the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty-five, township five of nuis six, con mining lonj acres. , Also, the following tract, beinir a nart of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section tweniy-nve, township nve Of range six, beginning for the same at the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the northeast quar ter of said section twenty-five, running thence west seventeen and seventy-eight one hnn- aream ious to a stone; thence south eighty ruua j arKe; loence east, seventeen and twr- enty-eight one hundredth rods; thence north eighty rods to the plaoe of beginning, contain ing nine seres, containing in all one hundred and fortyeight acres. And that, at the next term of said oourt, the said Mary Ann Fryman and Henry Fryman, her hnsband. will apply for an order that par tition be made i eaid premises. ' . ; . . MARY ANN FRYMAN and -HENRY FRYMAN, her husband. By J- w Shannon and Spbioas & Uriogs, their Attorneys. ' Dared this 5th day ef Kdvember, I8fl-t7 - CDiTIMi WOODSFIELD, OBI? Capital,,-,. s-; -.jtWti 8. L. McNST.WWM.BBUwmnrna.fia rr u jnoonET, uatAicr. OIBBCTOBS! SL MbONRT, WX BRARJmA fNRT MlILKB.. JabIKS WlTMB. bATlD pKRT, ' h M. H0RmB.; ; , Christian Wrbrb. ' :' ' . ' -I.. - .1. . . r t Doei a 'General Banking Eutineu, Interest paid oi Special Dtpcsil 6 Make eolleotiona on all points promptly. Banxibo Hours trok 9 a.. w 3 r.jt. moh3,74T. t :;,;l THE' :''Nl',0X'r!.HXtXP .. (South end. of Public Sou woozDap-iaRz-D., ., . , qhi. Stmoif ltlt, $ t fi Tfprittnt THIS hense has been . thoroughly repaired' recently, and the Proprietor Informs tha' traveling pnhtio that he is prepared te afford' accommodations of tbe best, The tshle wiir be Sapplled with the beet the markef affords-.; tbe veoma and bedding are kept efeast aad comfortable; stabling In good order, - aad'tVe traveler la assured that his borset wUl reoelvv1 good oaref Traveling Ageats will be htriiBlk ed with sample rooms, JuBe23;j4T.v SIATIOJIAL HOTEL, ' 2 BTKEET,- T' ' B A If US TIL LB, H Id , R. E. Frasier,' : : t Prwprletor. n ,!.;; !.;. 8 a ta mUi v. Li .'!.' r .! Ti it the Beit Hotel in BurnetviUe.- (Vatmmm'tiiimo Wst WoBmeoatisR VI Rtthlt Houl, and bs pains will be spif f d to make them comfortable. -, - uaoKS leave tke Hotel every aersiag fo WoodaieU.' 4;l- n-s f1 a-ulx. I .. Carriages aad drivers finish- travelers atalltiBi ' .i,!?,!M?nV PLANING MILLS, FDirtricr:,"" 0.VE, Millrr ' Prmient:-' V VSeoHhrf. 5 .; - jni'."M.. Mrhl; jFerewMia. -y T ot.JPi.jdr'xoif, 1 ?p, -i . ')!.: VaUli'l V - - '.! f-ti U: PLANIHG II I L L 8 ETJRIflTURB COMPANT, . . . . , BBALBBS IS . i. " Lumber, Lath , and fciinelM VABVVaCTBBBUS 99 1 Flaorlnsr.weathei'-boardlaitt,. . ""-" wvis. oaaii, nnniwrm. j jrucKetsioioiiiri'tUinrs, ' Furniture. .. . .! :i. ...; 'r .-! . ., ?,..t 7 3 A. .Mil. ;. ' Will take Contraets fir ill KMs Of B U I L 1) I N ( Builders' and nerh&nfr.? Hardware, Cofln Trimmings, Wladew .. Glass ef I1 sites, Nails ef all kinds v : , ! ' Bid SlaealPaltB.OIla.TaMlala ri! ' TnrpentlBe.WhiteLealsne .. i'Tt" I Putty, kept eunstaitly a 1 y .; en hand aid for salt" !v f?ii I'- ' :,t rttlBABOBABtl. .; .,..;.,; It -.. ' FBICBB, C0FF1HS 4 MADE TO ' E? Fttrniture Room en Ferry street CltHsgtoa. Ohio. -.t: v:---' aareha.Tfms. '-'i -,-. .v . . si-oH j.t-.r hvtn - ' JA8. & SMITH. .WH. B. WABDBLt; -'i-r-.r-. i I - ..a ,.. .!.. "., DlRnWARE-ffiCBTlElT. WB are prepared ' to fhrnlah' te 'the peepf : ef Moaroe oounty aaythlng la ear line. Onr tteek eoaaiato la part of rt Builders' & Hasebo!d H&rdware,' ' Table fe Pocket Cutlery: ' " CARPEieTER' - T O 0 L 8 PABMIWO IK PLXUSBTB,;,: : and ia fact aeomplets sUok tf-v it '-' V (I- -. - ,: -., ... ? . :.: i -r, u as the aameoan. be bought a 'aay ether market, allowing ns freights. ' w ; " Wttolicit wis examinalitn ' star. tTeafev -nd Price.. i.: ..j !'iJfi - a ilWe 'sretlaesgeaU for theA "' OLIVER CHILLED , PLOTi; " Smith's irlevrern aad Reaaers. avi&wu vu m aooiioii luresner". . Can fu,rnUh Repairs fei aay ef Us ahevm machines, ... , SMITH & WAJDELlir apr34,77T,.- ; . . . .LIVERT.j.ii ' ' i! i. 'PUBLIC COMFORT i 'j Livery.' Feed & Sale StaLTe: At Randolph's Old Stanri. if.' . " i- ' ' - :. BUY, sell, or eickange stock; 1 Seed t ars on t furnished' to order. Ceamerelat men taken to any part of the county, 'ar. riagea and haggles exohanged for r arses. Doardlnv Hwraea a Speciality. .. WILLIAM iMITII. T. . aogtl,7m6. Preyilbter.