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I HE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY
Tuesday, January 7, 1870. A. 1U WEST, r Local Editor. 1 .4 Row ArerttaMat. -, Examinations, 1 S. A Atciksoh. Probate Notice, J. R Mobbi. LealNoiice, ' Johk Eddt. In Bankruptcy, R L. Nn. SHOBt.-Gf.Id at par. ' "'' " Delinquent Tax Sale on Tuesday, the Slat inst. . . Court-commences on Monday, the 13th last. . ,4 , , - , , Prof: 'Fat la Inatructing the Beallsville Brats Band. , Oof tee" dealers laid in a anpply of line looking ice. last week. We want a wide-awake correspondent in the town of Beallsville. On Frlda? morning, the SJinst., the mercury marked 20 0 below lero. Elder E J. Ginti will preach in the Christian Church here the ltth and 19th. The taxea on M. Likdaj.oop'6 lands in th List on oar first page hate been settled. -:.'hr W- .r. Tti is splendid weather for our ; sub acribers, wbo have promised us wood to hsottt ilt.;,; : i Frame ATKmaov has-the "push" in hire to1 make the Tobacco Warehouse at Betlaire a success. "" ' " ' A brilliant meteor ...was : observed,,. Jh evening of the 30th alt, by t number uf onrciti?ejia:T . It moTed In a Southwea Unicourse. i -. ' . The officers of the Reading Club of Beallsville are, President, A W. DibbT Seeretary, Prof,D. McVat ; Treasurer, Milliard Wright. ,. . . Nine men ont of ten, when you fall against them in the dark, will say ftello! The other one will alter the first syllable and leave you to complete toe word. Jodia mull in pale pink and blue shades edged with soft Breton lace make the most becomihg'boilkrettesind n'ebk gar niture possible. .TJjjlsIsai new material and much used this vintec. aVj - Those men who-promised ic pay their subscription after harvest most nave a strange 5 ktad ' of "Wheat. Ww t suppose they will cut it in January ' This "is not a dun. However gentlemen you can pay op as soon as convenient. Itoad Tax Receipts. N6tlce is hereby given tor . Township Clerks and Trustees that they can , ob tain 'Road Tax Receipts at Thx Spirit office at 24. cents per hundred. VTb (silver Cornet Basd gave a ball on the 1st inat Dancing was kept .uplo (hewe sma' bo'qra, The Woods field Orchestra furnished the music. v JfyTreasorer Gatcuell will receive taxes without penalty until January 15tb, 1879, in order to accommodats' tWpnb' lie by giving them every' day possible under the raw. " -' s7If you want the news of Monroe County, the general news of Importance, late market reports, subscribe for Tar Swart.' Tebjh One year $1 SO ; six months 75 cents. ' Office. North of The Monroe Bank n u ' , lThe members of the Monroe Co Agricultural Society elected the ! follow ing offlcera oa the 4th inat t 'i X Frttidtntl P. Fabqubab ' Yiot Vu'.JnsE V Kmc' 5 ' Dittctort J AMtS AbM8TBOJ, W. H. Simmojis and J. K..BccBABAXt ' , ; ' XarSome leading Republicans"! Jef ferson, Harrison, Monroe and. Noble counties met at Bellslre on Saturday and formallv put Tom Yoons in nomination for 3 overaof ,VerntaH ?fn" .Who ' were' the Republicane ' present from Monroe 7 ' ' ATWe bid farewell to a number of oar subscribers, nutside of Monroe coun ty, this week... We cannot sfford to send ttiem the paper, pay the 'postage and re ceive nothing whatever in retain not even a Kor informing us ; of their pres ent state, of health Hi WoflDsrino, Ohio, Jan . 1, 1879. . iEfr Srtm: The lands'of the follow ing named persons appear in the delin qnent list throogh an eiror in checking' Isabel McFsrland, Wm. Morris, John Tf: Mtis, Taul Rwt, George Lowtber, Jacob Zeasiser and Andrew Meeker. -j-7 Johx Gatchill, Treasurer. FBpnda were quoted in the New York market at the close on the 2d ijse, as, follows yfi f-.5 - ;y . U. S. Qonpoas (1831)ex-eovpoDs...l06 FJve-tweaties. f 18S5 x-eotions...lOJ Five-twenties, (lfi67l ex-eoapens...ld5 New Files'.. ..bX4 ,...y m.106-1 New VoBr-and-sne-nalfs..M...';...."...104 New - Fears......... .;t,..u:U.t...uu 99 Tenforties i.......'..,M'X....-i...H..i.l08 Tse Forty Cospoas.............M.Mlf8 Cnrreney Sixes. ........ 119 J . Vicx's Flora l Gcidi This work is before us,.aod those who send five cents to Jamcs Vici, Rochester, N. Y., for it will be ditappointed. Instead of getting a cheap thing, as the price would ( seem to jnclicate, thev. will receive a very hand some work of 100 psarea, ami perhaps 00 llluatrations not cheap,' but elegant 41instrations, on the very best -of calan ilered paper, and as a -set-off to the who'e, an elegant Colored Plate, that we isonld judge cost twice the price of the . Marbisd On December 1878, by Elder JobK J. Hobo,' Miss Mart E rArrtes to MrAixc ClarjC n'DecenAer 28tb, 1878, by Bev W. QitCBCvaKtCB, Miss Saba a Wltn to Mr Samuel ScHijrnLtB. ' On December 6tb, 1978, by Elder J, M. Cabb, Mis.8 Mabtba J. Hektbobm to Mr. Hcoh M. Shifkak f)a the 31st nit, by F. M. Bkabd, Esq , of Center township; Miss Bakbabt Heib to Mr. Albert ScBHtiDiB, both of Salem township. ; i On December 29th, 1878, by Aabom . tiAOLET, Esq. of Switzerlsnd to.w'nship. - Miss Dill L. MiLIott' t6' Mr.' rfiL- .t . ItKM. Caleb ft sbiho died on the 2d inat. Pnif ate DAiisLL wis born in Penn sylvania. The Legislature shotlld finish np snd go home within 80 days. Mr Watsoit, Inspector at the Bellaire Tobacco Warehouse, has resigned. The people generally fourid the exact location of the North Pole last week R W. Macket, Cameron's right-hand man in Pennsylvania politics, died last week. . - Tbe Afghans think of giving the En glish another twist before submitting to the yoke. ' Mrs Col J. H Sullivan, died after a brief illness, on Friday, at the rest dence of her husband in. Bellaire. . . Investigate the plunder scheme con nected with deposits of public money in the National Bauks, gentlemen ' in Con gress - ; r - -:: " A Democratic big time will be held at Columbus on the 8th inst Champaign on toasts and quail on apple-jack, mixed with speeches, will be the order. Col. Poorman is making arrangements to start another paper in this place. It is to be Republican, and is to be issued in a few weeka Blla iri In deptn dent. EliEA PnsESToN, whom' John cher- ham advertised as a - bulldozed rlady- .of color, has not yet been rewarded 'with ft Clerkship in the .Treasury. Department: The phio Legislature convened yes terday, the 6ifa inst Gentlemenabolish the office of Infirmary Director, and en set that Abe) school book swindle" shall . .. i ' i . i. .. cease. ; : Ton.coo Inspector Watson has re signed his office of Inspector of Tobac co at this place and. recommends the ap pointment of Mr. Fbanx AtkiJIson, of Nohle county, aa his successor -Bellaire Independent Mrs. Jiwett Palmeb has a Bible printed in 1648 That beats onr Bibld, on tbe question of age, for onrs is only twenty five years old, 'but It' 1s -just as clesn and, nice as it ever was. Marietta Remitter ' Our genial friend E. . E. Krecthof- i f BR, has just received a new cornel of the latest and best pattern, direct from Paris, It is quite an addition to the otherwise good mntc of tbe Methodist choir Marietta Btghter New Cocnterv bit Five Mr.' J. J.. Jones, Cashier of the : Exchange Bank, informs us that an excellent counterfeit live on the First National Bank of Han over, Pa, is bein a circulated in the city. It is the first he has ever seen on that bank, and its execution will leadily de ceive. Wheeling Intelligencer. Madam Anderson, an English wo- . n 1 I T -man, commencea tn jarooKiyn, new York, on December 13th to accomplisti the task of walking 2.700 quarter milea in 2,700 quarter, houra . At , the begin ning of each 15 minutes, day and night, she walks $ of a mile. At 10 o'clock the night of the 2d inst., she had walked 1,640 quarters. . , . . ; -.' , Rescxption resumed on the 2d Inst, Reports from tbe East are to , the effect that people ptefer greenbacks to gold That proves the Democratic doctrine that greenbacks should be the money of the country. Let enough be issued to tske up the notes of the National Banks, and use gold and silver for transactions with foreign countries. Jahks Starrett and wife, sear Bloom- Oeld, Muskingum county, on Cnristmas, went on a visit to his brother's, distant about two miles aad a faalfvio a- sleigh 1 They wrapped themselves up snugly, and their little child, about three months old, ,was smothered. It breathed only once or twice after being taken oat of the sieighV and nO other cause is assigned, for its death Guernsey Timet, 2d intt At the last term of Court, Maaoabet Merceb brought an action against Cbas. Yockg for breach of promise, and re covered 83000. The . Sheriff levied on and appraised Mr. Young's farm, and offered it at public auction last Monday, and no other bidder appearing, it was knocked off to Miss Mebce for f 5,487 As it is a 915,000 farm, it was purchased cheap, were it not for the fact that the defendants iatead to set op the plea that tbe farm does not belong to C Yodno, but to his father.-Noble Co. Republican. On Christmas a nine year old son of Cbas. Dongan residing in Coieraintown hip, undertook to extract tbe explosive material from a cap, such as are used by the railroad men for igniting dynamite charges, when it exploded while holding it in his fingers. Seven of his finger nails were blown off. and one eye was so seriously injured ss to destroy the sight We are told that this experiment is fre quently made by the scholars in -the schools along the line of the T. V. fail- road. The copper shells " make such nice ornaments on the ends of pencils, yo Mow Belmont Chronicle, 2d ttt , Bot ''Killed Christmas inornipg i eon of James White, of Spencer town' ship, Guernsey county, went into his fa ther's stable with a neighbor boy to take tbe horses out to water. - The lad, who was fourteen years of age, went into one of the stalls for the purpose of loosing the halter, and leading out the horse. Tbe horse, it seems, reared up and atri king the boy with his feet, threw him to tbe floor, and before assistance cotfld be rendered literally tramped his head to pieces He lingered in an unconscious1 stste until Saturday, when death merci fully came to his relief. JVolh County Rtpullican. Prof. Tice's Weaiher Predictions. r- FOB JAJ&tjAJtY : 1879. 1st to 3d, clouding, threatening weath er,' with rain or snow; 3d to 6th, clear or clearing, coid ; 6th to 10th clouding and threatenitig weather, with heavj dbd severe rain or snow storms in place? ; 10th to 12th, clear or fair, and very cold : 13th to 15th, cloudins;,threatening weath er, with rain or snow' storm in places ; 15th to 18lb, clear or fair and cold ; 18ib to 22d, clouding, threatening weather, with beavV gales" and heavy rain and snow falls in places; 221 to 23d, clear or fair and cold ; 23 i to 27th, threaten ing weather, with Tain or anqw; 2th to 29thj clear or fair and cold: l9;h to 31st, clouding and threatening weather, with heavy wind, rain and snow Btorms, 30th snd 31st. Tbe comparatively warmer days will be about 2d, 8th, 14th, 20th, 25th and 31st. Tbe colder days will be about 4th, 11th, 17th, 22d and 27th. CALAli ITEMS. C. L K reports this week under date of the 2d inst.: News in this section is very scarce. The Holidays passed over quiet, no drinking going on od consequently no disturbance of any kind. Prof. Enoch Martin, who has been teaching in District No. 1, Seneca town ship, has been obliged ' to give op his school on account of ill health. Mr. Wu McPhebson is how teaching hie school. Tbe meeting at tbe M . E. Church in this place is now in full progress; no ad ditions so far. . .. . School's commenced again after a va cation of 10 days. V t Married by J fW. Warner, Esq , Miss Sarah Porter, of this township, to Mr. Smith, of Tyler county, West Va. i - - , ; - . - . . , .t it -. Resolutions of Respect Adopted by uaringtoii iocige jno. ozo. l. u. .Your special Committee appointed to draft resojo.tiona relative to the death of ttro John Ketnolds. would respectfully pr-- sent the fullowing : . , Wbebeas, It becomes our duty to call the attention of thin Lodge to the pass ing away to ib'at Other Lodge of the si lent where the voices of those so long familiar amongst (is, nave ceased to be beard Bro. John Reynolds has passed from amongst us and is now numbered wjth those whose memory is revered bv every Brother of our jurisdiction as an active, intelligent and effective member of our beloved Order None will deny his earnest and intelligent zeal in the cause that founds its aoiid?i noon friend ship, carries forward its pork of love and requires its exemplification to be proclsimed in the garb and language of love,,,... . We, your Committee, would therefore ask the adoption of the following, reso ld. . . ? luuuua , v Retolvcd, That in the death 'of Bro John Reynolds this L"dge recognize the loss of a Brother whose emfnent service in all that fell to bis lot to perform enli ties him to the best regard of the frater nity., i - V: -; : . Retolved, That this Lodge tender its cordial and heartfelt symtia.tby,. jtn, the family of tbe deceased and would cfirect them for consolation to Him who doeth all things well. Resolved, That the Lodge room be draped in mourning and that we wear the usual badge for thirty days. Retolvcd, That the Secretary for war 1 a copy ol the above resolutions to the family of the deceased. Retained, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Lodge and that tbe two county papers be fur nished a copy republication. James Rotteb, 1 i ; Will W. Messerlt Cominlttee. ' John Messeblt. : J - - 3 John C Dcerr, R Se6'. v December 28th, 1878 PBOBiTC COURT. OBITUARY. .Sarah E Mellot, wife of Aidrew J. Mellot, died in Lee township, Mon roe Connty, Ohio, aboot three miles northwest ol Sardis, December 19. 1878 She had been a member of tbe United Brethren Church for eleven years; eight of these ber connection was with the Mt Olive appointment, Mt. Olive Cir cuit, Muskingum ' Conference, during which time she was a warm and close friend of tbe church. One characteristic of ber was ber charity for the church ; ever ready to give toward its support of the means God gave into her lianas Her home was elosely allied to tbe cbnrcb, and tbe doors were ever thrown wide open for the traveling itinerant, both saint and sinner have round a warm reception there. She was a pillar at Mt Olive which they will greatly miss One of ber noblest snd memorable acts in her lost days were, with her husband, in welcoming their pastor and his compan ion, ounog toe past conference year, to their borne, table and beds, without anv recompense save that which tbe Lord shall restore to them Such an act is worthy of commendation, snd an exam iite wortbv to be followed by others In her long, projected illness, for 24 years, she suffered what tongue cannot express During most of this time she attended to part of ber household af fairs, until ' a paralytic stroke made the left side of ber body and limbs helpless, which terminated in consumption, and death ' followed Daring this time, and especially the last year, she bore it all with patience, snd in tbe frequent visits of her pastor she expressed her desire to go home, yet not my will be done " Her last words were to her husband : "All is well I am going home Meet roe in heaven" It was his loss but, thank God, her great gain. She leaves a beloved husband and a number of friends and relatives to mourn her de partare. J. W. Diukel. J"Tbe .democracy t of this county will not have two campaigns over tbe county nominations next year. Those wbo receive nominations will be elected hv majorities of not les than 1,500 WtioJtjUid Spirit of Democracy , . Why not jby 2.000? Has anything broke loose down there 1 Athens Jour nat "Nary "loose." The Democrats of Monroe sre ail on deck, snd, should Tbubman" be Roninaied. for Governor, will glve'ihe" entire Iwkei overOO ma jority.' DOCTORS GA VE HIM UP. ''Is rr possible tbst Mr. Godfrey is np snd at work, aud cured by so simple a remedy?" "I assure you it is true that he is en tirely cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters, and only ten days ago his doc tors gave him up nd said be romtdie!" "Well a-dav ! If tfiat is so, I will go this minute and get some for my poor George. I know bops are good " Dec 24 First and final account of F. Reef, Guardian, qf Jacob Moose; heard on exceptions which were over ruled ; in the &uatdian1s-Jinds,.l8130,44, which he is ordered to pay over to his Ward, also certain notes arjd Mortgages in Guardian's hands are ordered to be turned over to his Ward. Dec 26 The following accounts were beard and disposed of as noted: The Executor's of the Will of Ueo. Cline, Sr., dee'd ; second account ; in the Executor's bands at the time of tiie leath of Wm. Weddle, one of the Exec utor s 857 8a, which is ordered to De paid out according to law. J F Thoeoen, Guardian or the minor children of Alex, and Elizabeth Tlioe neo, dee'd, second account: in the Guar dian's hands 9874,92. to be accounted for, one-seventh of which sum tie is or dered to pay to his ward Elisabeth; She having arrived at full age. P. Glasfer, Guardian of tbe estate or Geo. M. Weisend, a luaatio; second ac count; in the Guardian's hands 62,103,- 10, which is loaned to the heirs in sums of 6400 each, except $103,10 to be ac counted for. Mary E. Tuel, (now Bradfield) late Guardian of Sarah A. and John S Tuel, minors; final account; Guardian has fully accounted for all moneys thai came into her bands.' ... J as M Fisher, Adm'r of the estate of John R Fisher, dee'd ; second account; the Adm'r has paid out for said estate $211,71 more than was received bv him F. Moffitt, Guardian of the minor heirs of Hannah Moffitt, dee'd; third account; in the Guardian's hands $116 97$ due each of his Wards, George, rerry ana Margaret, which ne is oroer ed to pay over to them ; also, in his hands $312,77, belonging to Sarah M Wm H and Elizabeth Moffitt, to be accounted for. 4 Geo G Sykes, Griardian of the estate of Lewis S and D L Wilson, minors; first account; in Guardian's hands, be longing to bis wards, $300 in equal ac counts, to be accounted for. Jonathan Connor, Adm'r of the estate of Matthew Scott, dee'd : final account ; in the Adm'r's hands $45.20 which he is ordered' to distribute and pay over to the heirs of the deceient. Matthias Dve, Guardian of the estate Mary Trigg, an imbecile; first account in the Guardian's hands $131,20 to be accounted for Thofc J GrifTl'h. Executor of the Will of John Griffith, dee'd : third nc cnnt ; in . Executor's hands $131.71 which he i ordered in pay out accord ing to law and the Will of the deceased Samuel Thrall, Gnardian of the es'ate of Allen C. Smith, a minor; first nc count; in the Guardian's hands $423 99, to be accounted for. Daniel Brock, dee'd, late Guardian of E J Gourlev, a minor, filed by 3 L Brock, Adm'r: final account: in Guar. dian's handa $163 89, to be accounted for. J Lieuellen, Gnardmn of th eMate of Milford, Alva S and Annie V Ruck er. minors; fourth accoun: due Milford 9559.49: Alva S. $626.60; Annie V Rucker $4.75. to be accounted for. Japer L'sk, Executor of the Will of N P Llk, dee'd; second account; in the Executor's handa $827,44, to be art counted for. G L .Tvler, Guardian pf the estate of Joseph McCiiHou-jh. a minor; third ac count ; in the Guardian's hands $275 83, to he accounted for . '. G L. Tvler, Guardian of the etate of Alice and Lizzie Archer ; fourth account ; due Alice $4.32: due L'zzie $29 67, to be accounted tor. Marv L. Johnston, Gnardian of the estate of G-ace L and James H. John ston. minors; Orst account; in the Guar dian s hands $404 64, belonging to ber wards, to he accounted for. L- Twinem.'Guardian of the estate of the minor children of Wm S Hollidav dee'd; first account; $110 90 in the Guardian's hands to be acconnted for Dec 27 E Okey, Adm'r of Iaac Murray, dee'd obtained an order to sel real estate Hugh Robinson. R E Car penter and O. S Sloan were appointed to appraise the premises and set off one third part or the same to the widow The Will of Jane Moore, deceased was admitted to probate. Dec 30 J L Bever, Adm'r of Cbas Cooper, dec d, ob ained an order to sei real estate S C. Kelly, S H. Antill Martin Zwick, Jr., were appointed ap praisers. Dec JI-T K Smith, Adm'r of Dr James. Smith, dec d, filed a statement showing that he has paid' off all liabili ties of said estate and is the only heir. therefore, it is ordered that be be reliev ed ffom filing' any further settlement sc count of said estate. . January 1, 1879 Jacob C Yobo was appointed Adm'r of tbe estate of Adam Palth, dee'd Bond $2,600 S Rose D Starkev and Henry Smith were ap pointed appraisers of the personal and real estate.'" ' Jan 2 G F Riethmiller, Guardian of Herman W Riethmiller, a minor filed his second account ; hearing con tinued. ' . - - . ., . r - t.. . January 2 The following accounts were heard and disposed of as noted : 1 David Lentz, Executor of the Will of Israel Lentz, dee'd ; third account; in the Executor's hands $1,44, which he is ordered to pay out according to the Will or decedent; time extended one year. Simon Fisher, Guardian of tbe estate of James G. White, a minor; - third ac count ; in Guardian's hands $628,66, to be accounted for Sam'l Ridgwsv, Guardian of the estate of Elizabeth J. Payne, a minor; second account; in Guardian s bands $966,04, to he accounted for John R Noll, Guardian of tbe estate of Wm. V. Bright, a minor; third ac count; in Guardian's hands $170,71, to be accounted for Jicob Genre; Guardian of the estate of Frances and Emaline Cehrs, minors; first account; in the Guardian's hands $819,22. to lie accounted for. . - Mary V. Stetson, Guardian of the es tate of Frances E White, a minor; sec ond account; in Guardian s bands $221- 26, to be accounted for Jere Williams, Adm'r of the estate of Joseph Allen, dee'd; in the Adm'r's hands $953,12, which be is ordered to pay out according to law. John Zesiger, Trustee of the trnst es tate of, R". Zesiger, dee'd ; final account; the trustee has fully : accounted for all moneys that came into his bands. beiil. Knso, Guardian of the estate of Sarab J , Emma L and Mary A Da Will and Testament of John Reynolds, dee'd. admitted to probate; for hearing on Jaiuary 15th. Senator Thurittan's Inionnation. Seiator Thurmaq has responded to tbe request of Teller's-Cimmitu?5. for,, infor mation as tq alleged fraud o in the late elections. The matters embraced in his amendment, to Blaine's resolution, he says, were not within his personal knoi edge, and, the iil!8tions were for the most part to be found in the public re. Assuming that members of the Commit tee read newspapers as diligently as be does, Senator, Thurmao say a itis proba ble lliey know where to loolti Sor the sources of information. As the, Com mittee is charged with the investiga ion, and be is not, he takes no part of it upon h'tsj shoulders. Nevertheless, as his amendment was offered in perfect g vd faith, and with a firm .belief that tbe mat era it emtlraced required, investigation quite as much as the matteis contained in the orginal resolution, he deema it proper to furnish such' information ucting the subject ss may from time to time come under his observation r He therefore sends what he calls installment number one, which would indicate that other letters are to follow. This install ment consists of an editorial published a Washington newspaper today, charging frauds and intimidation in various Republican districts throughout the country; a copy of a petition of citizens of New YorK, complainim df legal acts of John I. Davenport and other teueral officials in N w York: pa pers showing that the rights of naiu rai zed citizens were violated in fie Xork; Judge Kelley's letter, complaining of efforts made bv Federal officials to de feat him: a copy of a circular issued by the Republican Campaign Committee as evidence of violation Of tbe Pres ent's Civil Service order of June 22. 1877;, and newspaper extracts alleging rauds in the Vermont election. BUine s etter referred to alleged frauds in the South. Thurman a fiist installment reerred to a'leed frau is in the N rth t is not likely that Teller s Committee ill take action on the latter matttr until after they get through with the New Orleans investiga'ion. Strictly Pure. It is well known that while Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has been made for many year without reducing its standard of perfect purity,. there is not another baking powder in. the market bat can stand tbe test for purity. Chem ists and physicians use Dr. Price's Cream Biking Powder in their own families Chicago Jan 1 H es Market steady choice heavy 2 80 3 00c; light 2 602 75c; mixed 2 60 2 70c; cord mon to medium mixed Z 4002 B3 Cattle Market steady and.unchr.nged, shipping steers 3 304 iQ8 , stockeri dull; butchers' moderately sctive but unimproved in demand ;,Cws, 2 00(3 3 OOe; bulls 2 004" C0'c;iteen2 70 3 20. ,.. . r, Sheep Market iinphmged. leceiulwr .it. ejhis week 4fiJ Baltimore Lit tle Very heal nn sale the generally rated tl rot quality 44c; medium or lair quality 4-1 : oidinarv thin steers; o:cen and cows 2 3c ; txtreme iane f prices 20.rc: iU"8t ol'Jtie sales were from 34j; Milch Cows The receipts .have bet n fair. ,but trade Very dull. Quotations, $2550 $ headi Swine v e quote prices JSi4ic: no serious change in quotation being obser vable. ! .- . Slieep Tbe quality is fully as good a it was last week, but trade more slow even than.it was then. We quote slieep at 3 ij4c ; lambs, 45c. jeto bberfecments, DR. B. II E IN IE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BEALLSVILLE, OHIO. Offios neit to Henry Miller's residence. ' pr30,'78T. WB HAViS Just received a new supply of IV hi eh he will Nell at Roltoin I'ricew. ... t "Initials'-' graved Free, oh Silver1 Ware BOUGHT OF-v'Ha-m ,..!; w.'H it.,.' ' tf.'fca-lijfAv .rt! i'ju.I. 4 First Class Work tlone-- oh ! Watclldff ClotokantKaeweliyfcn. ALL WORK iVARRAN IIlici! CALL and eSaMINE our GOODS ami1 Mais Strbbt, South of Pcbmc i-'QUAar,, WooDSyiEi.T,' Uaro.,. . uunitlb accl?'78m1. I BANKRUPT NOTIUK. N BANKRUPTCY United 8tates ' Dlittriet Court, Southern ' Distriot of Ohio In the matter of Melville C. Sml h, Bankrupt. ; Notice hereby Riven that the above named Bankrupt has filed hit petition in said Court for final disoharge, and that a hearing will be had thereon before me at my office, Mariet'a, Ohio, on the 2Sih day of January, 1879. at II o'olook a. m ; at which time and plaot orwditors and otbera in interest may appear ana how came, it any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. B. 1. MYK, Register. Jaii7,'79wS. I. ii n. . . nit m i I I II J.ll! 4; a'i Eminent Cbemisto and Physicians certify that these gooita are freeT from adulterat,lon,.rich.er, more effective, -product better results than any others, and .that they use them ih their own families. -.- t'.iw MnTifaTIJI. UNIQUE PERFUMES arc tim Gonia t all Dilef: ' "f ULjlpL V TOOTHENt. An a?recuble, henlihtu? Uqetif Dcntifries.' IH I II Pt 11 LEMON SUCAR. A Fiihstitntc for fjfcmoaa.. 4,,: i..t ' "EXTRACT JAMAICA CIN"CER. Frwa tho purxpaU,T, STEELE & PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST CEMS. - r , ? i ,(' . i . . - ri. v n... r. f-. j.. st. ii..U & PEICE, Hanfrs.; Chicago, St Louis & Cincinnatu,vn Iod-4578t. BUK1NKS8 NOTlUKiS. &sT SCHUMACHER has just reeeiv- ed s fresh lot t Candies, .Nuts, Figs, Raisins. Prunes, Dried Sugar Corn, Pearl Barley &c , all of which are offered low for cash. . ' ' . j. -- d44 jHrCsket3 and C fSns kept on hand and made to order bj LEWIS STOEHR, Woodsfleld, Ohio . r.37lf. twVnX. Flowers of all kinds for sale at Mrs. WAY'S. Notice to Teachers. THB Board of Examiners of Monroe Conn ty will hold meetings for the examina tion of Teaohers as follows: Woodsfleld, Saturday, January 25. 1879. February 1 5, 1879. These examinations wilt oommeaoe at 9 o'olook a. m. and olose at 4 p m. A fee of 50 cents is required from each applioant, as a condition of examination, and munt be paid in advane By order of the Board. J n7,'7S. 8. A. ATKfNSON, Clerk. II Probate Notice. X3T Fruit Trees, ' Grape Vines, ' Evergreens, And Shrubbery of all kinds for sale by Mrs. M. A. WAY, Woodsfleld, Ohio. Orders from a distance will receive rompt attention R E I N H E R R E Keeps Bread, Cakea, Chow Chow, E Pickles, Nuts, fJandie9.Torraocf,yi- I N gare.Canned Fruits, Jellies, Cheese, N H Sardines, Mustard & otm r articles H E kept in a. first class Confectionery. E R Motto : Quick sales & small profits. R REIN HE. R R n ACCOUNT3 and vouohen aave been filed In the Probate Conn of Monroe County, Ohio, for settlement, by the follolrlng Ad. minlstratora, Kxecntors and uuardiant: First partial aooount of Frits Buotcfo' d dian of Henry, Fiank and Jobn BuoMo. Second partial account of Alex. L. Griffith Guardian of Levi Tipton's heirs. Fmt and final aooount of 8. Lammon and J. Sobanb Adm'rs of JaoobG. 8ohaub. First and final account of Jacob Roomer Guardian of Wm. J, Henthoru. - First partial account of Geo. F. Riethmuller Gnardian of Herman Riethmuller. First , and final account of John - Ffalsgraf Goajdiau of Rebecca Truer. Piii partial aooount of John Bddy Executor ,.of Michael Eddy. ... .... First and final aooount of Klliabth Gates ' Guardian of Geo W aud Malison V. Gat-, , Any. person interested may file written exceptions to said accounts, or any item there of, ..on or before the 3tst day of January tiaxt. when tbe same will 1m finailv heard and continued from day fo Uf until disposed of. . JAS R. MORRIS, fan7.7.9w3. Probate Jodge M C, O, SHERIFF'S SALE. D. Qteeft & Co. . '..C ' Vh. I v. i. Rebecca Murphy et al. , . Y virtue of a eertaln ordor of sale issned from tbe oourt of common pleas, within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio. (! a case pending in said oonrt between the above namd parties and to rae direotod, I will offer for sale at pnblto auction at the east door of the eaurt house' in -Wwodafleld, OU . , -- o -.n: Saturday ,thc 8th day of January, 1879 between thshowrs of 10 o'oloclc a. m.' and 4 o'olook p.m., of said day, the following de scribed real estate, situate in Monroe connty, Ohio, to ait: , . The aoutbMSt quarter . of the southwest quarter of section iwenty.ope. township two of rails four. fonlMntn Iorty Sores more or less . , . ! , Said property io ordered to, be,.old is ap praised at $400,-and may sell for two-thirds of said appraiseineot. Terms of sale, oue. third t ash, and the balanoe- on oonfi rraation, .,. WM. RKAD, dtetf,78w6. 8heriff M. C. Ol ! . Cxit k Okit Atfys. . '' COMMERCIAL Woodslleld Produce flurket. COBBBCfSli WBKKLT BT P. 8CHPMACBBB. JB M6'itD4T, January 6, 187?. ' Flour, pet hsrr. 4 7of35 on Flour, pel hundred 2 50 Wheat, per ttuibel 75(580 II' Corn, Corn meal Barley, Beaos ' Flax seed, Oata, ; Odious, Potatoes. Butter, per potind..'..'...............fJ 8 ...... ...... ...... ""'"' t ...a. 4. ....... . 3540 48 65 00 25 25 50 11 75al 1 'v, ;' I .... ...... .......... It ! ft tj' Beeswax, Beef, ' Bacon, Lard, Calf skins, Candles, Fish, Feathers, Rags, Sugar. Sugar .maple" Tallow, " Tea, Apples, dried. a.. I.. . reaches, dried,.- ... Coffee, rreen Co flee, browned. Coal Eggs, per dozen Hay, per ton 25 f)a 8 6a 8 6 a8 10 15 8al0 45 1 10al2 10 8 5Hal 00 ,..36a48 30 3 LEGAL NOTICE; pttANKUN EDDY, Sylvester Eddy, Jemima 1' Fisner, Mitchel Fisaer. John Hirvev Eddy aud Sarah Jane Eddy, whose poat.ofBoe address is otto w a, Franklin Connty, Kan sas; Kphraim Eddy, whose post-office address is Reserve, Miami Connty, Indiana; Michael Eddy and Silas Eddy, whose post office ad dress ia Mount Liberty, Browa County, la. diatta; Robert Eddy, whw yost office address is Moore's, Tyler County, West Virginia; IsaUh Winland. Laao Winland, B.uabetk BJlrt' Norria aad Norris, her husband, Cti arise Calvert and . Calvert,. her ,js band, John Wesley Winland. Sarah Wfnttfid and Henry Winland, who are non-residents of the State of Ohio, and irh'nse plaoes of resideaca are unknown', .will take notioe that on the Si day of January, 1879, John Eddy filed his certa ii petition tn the Court or Common pleas oi Mouroe l ounty unio against them and the) other Jielrs of Michael Eddy, deoeased; the oejecVand prayer ot said petition ia to obtrfin partition of about one hundred and fifty acres of land situate iu Center Township; Monroe County, Ohio, be ing the land ei wbion said aionaei naay dind seixed. , n - , . . i. . You are required to answer said petition on or before tbe 8 to day f March.A. D. 1879. HUNTER & M Ali LORY and ' FEAR30N & DOHKRTY. . Jan7,'79t7. Att'ys for flaintlff. .......... Three tourists undertook to walk be hind Niagara Kalis a few days ago The danger is great in winter, owing to the ice. One of tbe trio, in picking bis way over the slippery path, ran against a buge icicTe,'hfh broke off 'and,' fell on bim. He was i'y cut', aiirj'W "sipce been insane, but whether from a blow nn the head or from'frigbtti'ifot BeUfetl'- vie, minors; second account; ia the Guardian's hands 8808,90, to be accoun ted for. Win Dickey, Guardian of the estate or Mary, Musgie B , Jane and Wm Dickev, minors; third account; due Jane snd Wm Du-key $450 The ht-aritiir of the final account, of L Twinem, Adm'r of the estate of W F Bigger, dee'd, was continued to January 25th The hearing of the first account -of Ell, Evans. .Guardian of the estate f Sarah EJj'ans, an imbecile, was continued to January 25'h . Apiwtionwttii'mkdaWiatfeiUBt r J ' 1 "...i rvi' ''';'' 1,,,, m,;ijj, ' - Probate Notice. ,', ni ' ' ' '. ( ; ,. '.i r.t ', . Sfjff A CCOUNT8 and vouchers have beniT'lM ! (V in tbe Probate CewrVef Mnroei County . if Ohio, for settlement, by the1 following Adnj'a. - Istrators, Exeuntors anGaardlans Second and fiiul account of Mirhael Bouirhne: Adia r of the imolTent entat pt Leli U. Gratifrny, and declaring divldend.r;i"n -'"iH'-!T' First and final acnonnt of ' Robert Vacksokna Adm'r of Anlier Agin, - 1 r -vj J n !dirr Third pnrtial' account of T.S,J),let Adn;( ' with the will anneaed of yohnendorsorrSr i Sonnnd prtial account of GiVge.,.Sobaltri"' - Onardinnt'of Annie A..-.Wm. 0,,ad CJharJs' s E. Gutiar finul M'Aanto A. ': ' . r, . Second pattial Hocoust of A. V. Slack tJn'ardian . o'Vohn Slack. . !:" 1 f - First partial vnoiint of W.T. Brt'ttenflejd andrf . Enoch Jf Hrtin Adm'rn ot Imhc Botttnfleld.1 -f . f-ond. j Krlil utiuunt mf AuJoaW, Howell, Exenutoi of Aaron Unwell. ." ' .' "!' Fifth partial aaooubt'ftf F.. A-'Ltmpinfi (Jaar ? : fliun nf Win ltpnrv anA flutnurifti tihii ' ! W V.L ' - . 1 ... .1. - - - . .. - Any person interested, may -file writtaa' exceptions to said. acoonnt,;. qj at,Mtea!n thereof, on or before the 30th day of Janiar next, when the fame will be finailv heard"' and continued from day to day until-disposed - of. ' JAS. R, MOKRM,'1''' d'eoSl.TStd 1 i( Probate Jadge M;0 Vnf SHERIFF'S SALE. ano., Ex'rs, etui. BYlf, Thomas Clina & -,' ' va. ' . David Mills virtue of a certain vmn. exponas Issued from the court ot common pleas within and for the ooanty of Monroe', and State of Ohio la a case peuding in said 'court Between me aoove named parties; ana te ape directed, 1 wui oner tor sale at puouo auction on the premises; In Perry townsutpon Saturdag, the,llth day of January, 1879 between the hours of 10- o'clock a.. in- and 4 o'olosk p ro , of said day. the following de scribed pgrsonal property to wit: Qne-foarth of . one thresher and cleaner m chine.four acrei.mpre or less" of growing wheat, one 2-horse lumber wairrfns;ato one brown mare, 7 years old, blind ii right eye, white apot in forehead, as the property uf -David Mills. -- J " ' J'- WM..READ, deo31,,78w2. 1 ' ' 8heriff ,M.,C. O. Okbt & Oxcv, Att'ys for pfaiiftiff; ; i Probate- .-,!' to.t W inf.. Notice 4 CCOUNTS and vonohera.hava beenWf d, t. unio, lor nfe'.iieineni, ov me louowin aodid- iatrators, Executorn and Gua?4ifiJy:-:!'.'"' "'r Second partial account of A?kdrw Anderson Guardian of Rubart 8.' Andenion. i ' " ,4"'.h? FirMt and final aocounti ot Uicliael ln Jix'rf nt T.urvnfinA VrwtWttV.. .1 ' jv. . . ... First partial account of Wm. Wiuland Guar dian of Mary L. Coyh."' " ' " Fourth partial aocunt of James G. Bake'4 , Gardian of Chrwtopb Powell's hire. ;' ' t First partial aooount of Xaniel Little duacdlan. Second purti.U aococut of tried k.purig Guar-1- . dian of Abraham Frieden'it heir. n-v.nw : Fourth anil final nocount of. H. BL Hill Guar -. dian of George Henry Clark1. ,v. , .,, Fimt partial account of T. M.Gijmo A 4uV' t of Sarh Oolvin.' . ,, ' 'First partial aomnt,of Xiifbcj' Howiler GdarJ' dian of Joseph Uoiler'a mi not heira.' S'w Any person interested may file writteu'cjJ-1 cepUons to raid accouuts. or any item thereof. tha same will be finally heard atad bootinuWT . from day to day until uupneed or-' 1 1 r"f . decai.78td.; :v'i. ;:.(.- 18a2() 20a23 10 15 ....8 OOalO 00 Hides, green,' per pound 5 , Molasaea,' Orleans, per eallon -...65 Sorghum molaBaes, by tbebarrel..!...35 byrup, per gallon.; ..75 Salt, per barrel.... ......2 00 ioap, epuntrj 5 Wood, per cord.:.' 3 00 ' , ;W oatOll Htacli market. January 6 Cattle 2fa3 per pound: Sheep $a4u per pound. Hogs 2US$c pit poa&d gross. . . -.. , ... ' Cincinnati. i Jan. 2 Flour 3 00a5" 50; ..Wheat 90al 00c. Corn 32 33o; Oats 2ia26c; Rye 51a52c; Barley 85o. t ! CATTLE MARKETS Cincinnati Jan 2. H02s Ac tive, bim aiid l ieher; commi a 2 252 60c; light 2 65(oj2 80, j acking 2 76 2 05c; butcbera'2 953 00. East Liberty, PennWts 2. Cattle Prime, 1,400 to 1,600 lbs., 4 75 5 00; good, 1,200 to 1,300 Ihs.. 4 004 35c; common, 1,000 to 1.100 lbs., 3 S04 00. Hogs Yorkers 2. 752" 85o; Fhila delphiasS 903 00., Kbeep -Market fair ; selling at 3 25 I 50. . . SHERIFFS SALE. , William D. Lowry " Mary E Logan. . Y virtue of a certain alias order of sale issued from the court of common pleas within and tor the oounty of Monroe, and State of Ohio, in a oase peadirg in said. court between the above named parties, and; to me directed, I Will oflee for -tale at pablid auction at the east door of the oourt house in Woodslleld, on . .- . . Saturday, the 25th day of January, 1879, between tbe bout a of 10 o'olook a, m. and 4 e'ejook p. m-vof said day, the following de. scribed real estate, situate in noatoe conn ty, Ohio, to-wjU ' tot number forty-eight in tbe town of Calais. Said property to ordered to fie sold fa ap praised at $3 17. and may sell for .two-thirds of said appraisement. . Tei.m..of sve. one third on day of sale and Lalenoe before con flrmation. - - .WMJUarj. deo24.'78wS. Sheriff M. C. O. 1 , Oxar h Oxit, Att'vs; r SHERIFFS SALK. fj r- 3cltb7A,'J'DaTedp6r'':n,i .'Thomas' Carriek dt al. BY virtu wf a certain order , of .sale is sued from th oourt of common pleas with in and for th bounty of Mojroe. and State of Ohio, in a ease pending in said eourt between the above named parties, and to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at public anettou at the east do ar of the court house in Woodsfleld,on Saturday, the Vilday of February, ' 1879, between .ftp hours, of Iu o'olook a.m. and 4 o'olook p"p. i ef aaituday, the following. ,de sorlbed rea't estate situate in Moa'.'oe county, Ohi. to wit J The northwest quarter of the routheaat quarter or section eleven 11 township four r41 of ranee Bre fSl, iu Marietta Land bis. triot; containing forty and twelte-bntidredths of an aore, be the same more or les. Said prop -rty so ordered to be sold is ap praised atSl Oii, and may eell for two-thirds of said appraisement. Terms of ssle, oue third cash and balruoe before confirmatiQU. WM. READ. decal.'THi."" '" Sherill M. C. 0. Braiaos 4 Dbioss, Aft'ya. - t ' i. i Probata Judge M,. ot ' '" .- ; : ff tu t! -i: J. 1, aj. 1 Is an absolute and IrreslstaUle tuH ' , for enners, Intemperance and the use of Opium TV.u. ....... r HH 1... 'i-. . inir ail teste, desire and habit of unimr.aav lof them, rendering; th taata or deaire ioi tny of them perfectly odious and disgust ing. . Uiving every oue perfect and lrrwint- ible cont ol uf the sobriety of themselvef Hid their friends. '' H. " '"mI It prevent that bolfe-nhvaical ead moral proittratioii. that iulloan the saddqii, breukiuir off Irom uxinir stimulants or nar-i k . . . . . . . I JtOtlfS. .,..- . : .Mil "Package, prepaid, to our 1 to 5 penoM f,rat vour lhugtict. 51,70,, lemper - J ' 1 . 2. 1 l4 HDoe anu ouarimuiB.fiHJieut'Wf uuum uwn It la harm less and never -faihnir. " IIO I BITTKU.a MF I O1, Olf Aeeota. ROCHESTER, fl. IN' " iThe ,'Ho :0mVs;Jim iDestraya all pain, loofvns the oough,nieW lOie netvee and. prodatiM rest. , It ntvri MhIIm In pes fwrfnltisr a nrrlrci Ictire where tliere laa shadotv Try it odob and you will find 'it to.,f-:, B HrW York Jan 2 Beeves-, Some of tbe worst cuttle went as low as 67c; a few picked extra atecrs lfj lOc; the tietiest figure for ten Keu tucky stteri, 1,575 pounds ; gpneral sales, common to prime steers 79jc. . Sheep Market continues dull . and wek ; slow sales lo-dav and yesterday ; 3 755 00c for sheep ; '4 755 50c fo lambs, tbe outside figure lor extra 95 pounds. ' rr . r I . . t. j at : - v. n gs mantei a fliiaue .urmer; , tor. l'vet 3 103 25c;l,or,;Miiousni8 Vi !'! Bix car loads sold wltbin ttiS range. SHEKIFF'S SALS. - 1 Mary K. Cooke ' Petsf Diehl et al. V ' ; Y vltto tl a oertaiw order of sals issued from th oourt c5 (gSmmon pleas witUia and for the oounty of Bbprjfo, ,and (TlaU-of unio ia aoas penawg in saia aoan oetween the above named partifS.aad to me direoUd, I will offer for sal at publio auutlAa at th act door of th oourt bona in Wo'cdsfleld, Saturday, the 2hth day of January, 1879 between tbe hours of 10 o'olook a- m. and 4 o'olook p. m , of said day ihe following de aorlbed real estate situate ia Monro county, Ohio, to wit: , The ast half of lot number forty in th Ulan of WoodsSeld. beiuj aistyaik feet front and siafty fet baok. . . 4 Bald property so ordered to be sold la ap praised al S1.4J3, and my sll for , tw thirds ot said appraisement. Terms of aTej Cash. . .,, . ',.-' ''.WM. 'BEAD drl4.'7AwS.. s. 8henff M. a O. f HrVrn h MiXuffT, iXVfi. I '. ' ShEIFF'V 8ALE. "' j . ' : ' . - J. W. Watson & Cs. i:i("-iB. ". ; r. Eliy Ridgeway et at , , "- f -: -- " . BY virtu ot a oertaiw -cjfder of sale fud from th court, of oommoav pleas, within aQd for th Conntv of. Monro, and State of Ohio, ka a cae pending in said court between thabovianMKl partiea, and to m directed, I willOffer tor sale, at public auction at th east door of the court hooa in Wood sli eld, oi . .. .. ' ; ; : - .1.; i Saturday, (he 1st day of February, 1870, between the hour of 10 o'clook, a. va., and 4 o'clock p. m of said day; the following de. soribed real estat situal in Monro oounty 4 Ohio, te-wtU , , . s . m' -y Th west half of th south a t qnarUr yf SMtina lghteo, Uwnshlp thrwe, rang is, containing vBtrHwo aore Auo. tbs aortbwcit uusrtsr of the som rl'fh uNOTICE TO NOTICE ia hereby given, that sealwi jro . .posals will be reoeived at the AuditoraJ Office) 'WoedsSeld, Monro County. dhto,4nUI noon n th ) :t .; . ti 3d lny mt March. 18T9,'''rr Tb'onnstrnot th neoeesarysnaea and plats to' enable th Yral Distref AssSsrrn th county foreaid. to eorreAly rpptaij all the real estat In said tounty,.iEjln township inus b'platud ssparatelj ,npou a. seal of two and daa hajf of one iaoh to the . mile. Township, Jtang andiiseilion" Unas ith their proper aombers mcst badisllnctjy ' marked and Sbowa ou said plat. ' ' ' ; - Also, in Doaauary uses oi sen tract r pai"l of ln4-,iB eh sotion,mut M-a aboWn, together with th owner's nam aad.1 east quarter of section seventeen, township I contents inaorve, or parts of. an aor. ':; Vj - three. rna six. containinc foitv aores. ! . Also, Uo aors off th south and of th west half of th northeast quarter of -tion ighteen, township three, ravg six. Said property so ordered to be sold is ap praised at $976, aad nay sell for twoituirds of said appraisameut. , . '..,, .Tkbx or bAlSOosTthircashonday of sal and th balanc befois eonlnnation. WJ4. KKA1 dc3l ,'78w5. ? ; . Bherifl M. C. O. Oasi a Uasr, Att'ys, - v ATTACHMENT. ' F. M. Board, plaintiff, , i' rv 3aniWa Pearson, defendant' ahip, Monroe County. Ohio) On the 9th day of December, A. it 10 8, mid Justice iaud an order of attachmnb in the above acticto for the . An mm . Aha ' i , . u nm nr mAA n... a nit a .' 1 1 nriiMK. nrurrm. - dJcir.TJH.t-.- .. . : F. M. BEARD. r decirj.tSW, la' townships where vlllns. apeetatd:-- trialf. or oorporatlous ari sltutWd, ' Woh sections or spcoiai 'tehoul districts or caipo. ' rations must, b platted on a separate plat . to a seal of sight inches to th sail. shs ing th villages; number of lots and barf" of lot and all out-lots or tracts of lapl.ln. .uch District or.Csrporatlona, with owner's aamos thereto atticihSd, . , ' t . Tl bid must 6tatths amount for esoh township separate. Th work must be dob in a workmanlike manner, and finished by 1 th first Monday in January, 1880. Kaoh bid). mut' b accompanied, by a good and snffv oiont bond of $l00d. to ; become due ad- payable in case tb bidder shall fail or rvfui x t t t "J to entar into contract in acoordano with taw )nBe'r,,aroresaidpropoI,l. ' 'V - .: , ioTcVnUrtownil ,Th Commis.ion.rtS rwervs thfrighfto reject one or all bids. 1 by order of th Commissioner, t i, iv.( "! i-.aL.HOKirFlBBV, -111 ' . . m , v . -i flaivor sionro county, vatow ! -; j..'-f "