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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1880.
IL ft. WEST tilt Local Editor.
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S. Q. HAMILTON &' CO.
WHOLESALE AND BETA IL
DEMOCRATIC
DEALERS IK
PAINTS, OILS & VARNISHES.
Physicians will find oar itock complete and
fresh.: ; All orders by mail ; attended to
promptly,
Ctntr Belmont Jb 33d Srt., Bellaire, 0.
nov4,79T. .... : ........ . .......
--Hen AdrertUemenm. 4
Sheriff Sate,'"'; Wm Read.
Notice, S. A. Atkinson.
Premium list on oar first page.
Cbme W the Fair on "the 15th, 16th
tend 17th .
The Campaign Spirit to December 1st
for SS cents. ,
The Cionty Commissioneis met in
regular session yesterday, the 6th ids'.
Th Fair takes place on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, the.l5tb, 16tl and
17 th.
Miss Robrecht, of Wheeling, is vis
iting at Mr. ). P. Spriqqs.
, Re?. T. A.: Grove, of Smithfield,
Jefferson county, was in town. last weet.
J irk William, Clerk In the-U- i.
Senate at Washington, is at home Tor a
few days.
Miss Emma Hatden .visited friends in
Columbus last week, and attended the
State Fair.
Mrs Retta Tillmak, of this place,
returned last week from a visit to friends
in Ellison, Ills.
. L. A Eddt, of Lincoln connty, Kan
sas, is visiting friends in Green town
ship, this county.
.. Miss Mart E Sinclair, who has been
visiting at Ben wood W. Va., returned
home last week.
Mrs. I E Pattoh, of Missouri, is
visiting at her mothers, Mrs. Eliza Hol
lister Jo ibia place. ;
Mrs. Kate Ford, wife of Dr. H T.
Ford, of Benwood, West Vs., was vie
iling friends in this place last week.
. A young man in Bellaire named Ham
ilton was struck on the head by a stone,
thrown by some unknown person, one
night last week, and died at 3 o'clock
,the next morning. -. ? '
, - ' Road Tax Receipts i
For sale atTH Spirit office, prdera
by mail will receive prompt attention.
t&kW who will send us three new
subscribers and $4 50 cash, will receive
The briBiT one year free. ,...., .-
tVk the Centennial School House,
in Switzerland township, Tuesday night,
the nth inst, the Democracy will be ad.
dressed by C. Look and Dr J. B.
Shotjse.
E E TIMES.
A Hancock and English meeting will
be held at
NEW CASTLE. Somber 11, 2
o'clock p. m. Pole Raising. Speakers
Hon Jas. R. Morris, A. J. Pearson
and others
All are invited to corce. The ques
tions presented in the campaign will be
(airly and honestly discussed.
By order of
Exccctivr Committee.
AGENTS AND CANVASSERS
. Make fronf $25 t $50 per
week selling goods for ErG. RIDE
OUT & CO, 10 Barclay street, New
York.
Send for their Catalogue and terms.
ang24,'80ly.
HiDit not your Light. It glvea
us pleasure to "Allow our Trumpet"
for a cood thins, Patterson's Worm
Syrun is without doubt tbo best and
at the same time the most certain and safe
remedy for Worms, now in tbe market. This
accounts for the great demand for it. 'Chil
dren cry for it." Sold by ail dealers. Price
S3 ccuU.
I, H. PATTERSON, Frop'r, St. Clairs
vllle, Ohio.
Democratic Mass Meeting1.
The Democracy of Washington coun
ty will hold a Mass Meeting at New
Matamnras on Saturday, September 11.
Hons. G II. Pkkdleton, A J Warner
and others will address the meeting.
Democrats in the Southern and Eastern
part of Monroe county should turn out
in force to this mretine-
THE CAMPAIGN SPIRIT.
We will furnish The Spirit to Decem
ber 1st, 1880, for the small sum of
Twenty-live Cents,
The campaign this year bids fair to be
a re1-hot one, and e very Democrat in
Monroe County should beep fully post
ed. We intend to present in The Spirit
the facts concerning the opponents of
the Democracy and firmly believe that
they will convince our readers that Credit
Mobilier DtGulyer Salary Grabbing
Corrupt Custom House candidates 1
should not receive the suffrages of the
honest masses.
Ser.d in your subscriptions. Address,
H R. West,
WoodfLld, Monroe Co., Ohio.
1880..
PROntTG C-OWRT.
An? 27. Application was rnnde to
have the last Will and Testament of
Henry Matz, dee'd, admitted to probate;
hearing continued lo the 8ih inst
August 28. M. Boughner was ap
pointed Adm'r or the estate of Chris
tian Hartline, dee'd ; bond 85,000 John
Atkinson, Isaac Ward and John Maury
were appointed appraisers. J w,.
Why the South is Democratic
. New York 8tar, August 58,1880.
Since the dose of .the civil, war a new
generation has grown up in the South
ern States, and a large immigration has
taken root there from the Northern
States and foreign countries. Operating
among these elements, with the negro
vote as a virtual unit at its command,
and with the powerful ltver of patron
age in its grasp, the Republican party
certainly shouM have maintained and
augmented its strength in the South il
it bad any positive merits to recommend
if.
p XMr. Johh Mallort, of Claring
ton, this connty, a prominent worker in
the Greenback party, has declared his
intention, to support ..the. Republican
ticket.
AT wo prisoners escaped from the
' Belmont county jail last week. Jess
Tailor, the man who is charged with
having set fire to Ban's buildings, was
one of the men.
Adjudge R K. Waltok and A. J.
Pearson, Etq , will address the Center
township Democratic Club at the Court
House to-morrow evening, the 8th inst
Everybody invited.
ArCall at The Spirit office for job
. printing from a visiting card up to a full
sheet poster. Letter heads, business
card on envelopes. . statements and bill
heads printed on short notice.' - ;
f9Tbe Democrats of Sunsbury
townsbio " will hold a meeting at the
a
Dicker School House on Friday night,
the-10th inst. Dr. G. W. Stcwaru,
Jobh L Kktseb and others, speakers. ,
's frB. F. West, Jr., son of Dr. Hew
st West, of St. Clairsville, was , found
dead in his room at the Globe House,
in Bellaire, Tuesday morning, the 31st
nit His remains were taken to St.
Clairsville for" interment.
The Republican Organ Pipes Re-treat.-
N. T. Tribune, Republican. Aug. 23, 1880.
The adjustment is a shrewd one for
the Democracy.
It will not do for Republicans to un
derestimate the strength of this coali
tion. It means a long pull, a strong
pull, snd a pull of the Democracy all to
gether to carry the State. While there
will still be j-alomy between the fac
tions, the followers of each will, exert
themselves ; to see which can cast the
arger vote for Hancock.
X9The R- C Church picnic near ihts
place on the 4th inst., was an enjoyable
affair. ' ""
The cane contest was spirited snd re
suited: P. Schumacher," Jr., $33 60;
W. F. Schuefele, $26 60. Mr. Schuk.
fele was presented witb a Handsome
boquet:
The silver castor was won by Mrs
Kotzebde, of Malaga ' The necklace
was awarded to Miss Fermi Ketterer
The table was supplied with a host of
good things to eat, and the dancing plat
form was patronized by old and young
throughout the day.
Mrs Geo. Ketterer, Mrs . P. Dorr,
Mrs R C. Miles and Miss Louisa
Kotzebdk- presided at the fancy stand.
Mrs Lodisa Kaltenbauu, Miss Lena
Bcbkhaed attended the ice cream' and
lemonade counter. '.- - p ..
The receipts were abont $200. The
best of order prevailed and all enjoyed
themselves to the fullest extent
yTbree interesting children of Mr
M. Mehl, at Clarington, died of dipb
theria within the past two weeks. His
other children, two in number, are down,
with the same disease but the physicians
hope for their recovery.
XyJudiieR K. Walton and David
Oket, Esq , addressed a large and en
thuiiastic Democratic meeting at Antioch
cn the evening of the 1st inst There
were seventy-five voters present who
paid close attention to the arguments
presented. -
3TA Democratic meeting was held
I McDouoal's School House, Sunsbury
tnwnahio. on the 27th ult Dr. J. B
t ,
Shocsk and Mr. . John L. Ketser ad
rireasAd the Deoule. The attendance
was large and the enthusiasm first class,
Sunab'nry will Bend in a good report in
October. "
jga-The Hancock meeting at Ozark
on Pridav evening last was addressed
hv Hon. J. R. Morris and A. J. Peab
sow, Esq. The crowd was large and en
thusiastic the best political meeting
held in that neizhborhood. The
Beallsville Cornet Band was present and
furnished excellent music.
The indications are unmistakable that
the Democrats of old Sunsbury are wide
awake and will do their whole duty at
the coming elections.
86TA communication from Baresville
informs us of the Hancock meeting and
pole raiding at that place on Saturday
afternoon last. Our correspondent says,
that as early as 10 o'clock in the mor
ning, the Democrats from the hills be
gan to gather in town to assist in rais
ing a pole. Tbe pole, as announced, was
to be raised at 12 o'clock, and im nedi
ately after dinner, the Democrats of the
township, assi'ted by other willing and
competent Democratic bands, put up a
regular "old hickory" pole, 134 feet
high. The streamer attached to the pole
was 24 feet long, and bore, in conspicu
ous letters the names of Hancock and
English. A splend d flag, 10 by 18
feet, purchased at Philadelphia by en
thusiastic Democrats of the township;
was produced, and promptly at . 10
o'clock this beautiful banner was run np
to its place amid the ringing cheers of
the crowd. After which a procession
was formed, headed by the Baresville
Brass B ind, and the Texas martial band,
which marched down to the big elm,
where a stand had been erected for the
speakers.
The meeting was called to order by
Major Allen; who introduo d Col. Dan
Johnson, of West Vs., who made a
rinsing speech of nearly two hours, in
which the whole record of Gen. Gar
field was shown up and criticised, Af
ter Col Johnson, J. B. Drious Esq ,
was called out, and made a short speech.
About the close ot Mr. Dkiqq's speech.
a Republican by the name of Litman,
who bad filled himself with bad whisky,
kicked up a row across the street with a
Democrat, drew and fl urished a pistol,
and produced quite a disturbance for a
a time. Tbe meeting was thereupon dis
missed, and the crowd quietly dispersed
There were between 500 and 600 at tbe
meeting, and was quite a contrast in
numbers and enthusiasm to the Dawes
crowd a week ago. The Democrats
down here are wide awake and will rally
in force on the second Tuesday in Oc
tober.1 : Let the other townships in
the county perform- their duty, and
we will roll up a majority in October
that will astonish the advocates of Cred
it Mobilier and DcGolyer swindles.
TV. H. English's Religion.
Madison, lad., Journal.
Our Republican neighbors have made
grave charges against Hon " Wra. H. En
gush upon almost every conceivable
subject. They charge that he pavs his
debts, which has not been very fashion
able in business circles for some veais
under Republican rule, and exacts pay
ment wben he honestly can. They even
sav that he is not religious.
Prof: Wayland, of Trigg Connty, i
graduate of Hanover College, in Indi
ana, was asked what were Mr. English'i
religious convictions. He replied that
he did not know. All he knew about
his religion was gathered from a little in
cident that occurred in college lire. An
old man who lived in the vicinity of the
college bad incurred the displeasure of a
number of the students, and one sight,
to the number of. about thirty, they as
sembled and proceeded to the man's
cabin to wreak their vengeance upon
biro. Wayland, hearing of the affair, re
paired to the scene to see. It Appears
that Bill . English had also beard of the
affair; for when Wayland got there he
saw English, standing in the doorway in
front of the old man, in his shirt-sleeves
and tbe sleeves rolled up, exposing bis
brawny arms. In front oi nim were
about thirty of his fellow-students, whom
he defied, and dared them to cross the
threshold of the cabin. The Professor
said that was all he knew of Mr. En
glish's religious views.
New Stock of
DOMESTICS
Opening in attractive Styles and Prices. Al-1
though many goods are advauoing we are en !
abled to still sell Domestics at only slight
advance.
Prints, Muslin?, Shirtings, Sheet
ings, Jeans, Cottonades, &c.
HAMBURG EOf.ES AND INSERT-
Fnll stock suitable for the season at all times.
) Have commenced to receive oar Spring Stock
or
CALF AND KIP BOOTS.
Ladies' and Blisses' Boots & Shoes;
also, MiMes and Children',
Come and make your purchases early and
save money,
MORRIS & ARMSTRONG.
febl7,79.
RATES
NOTICE
OF TAXATION 1 10101! COUNTY FOR THE YEAR 1GC0.
TO TAX-PAYEES OF MONROE COUNTY, OHIO.
In pursuance of law, I, John Gatchell, Treasurer of Monroe County, Ohio, hereby notify the tax-payers of said
county, that the rates of taxation therein for the year 1880, are correctly stated in the following table; showing the num
ber of mills (and fractions) on each dollar valuation of the taxable property in the several Townships, Incorporated Vil
lages and School Districts in said count v, for each and all purposes, under the tax laws of the State of Ohio, to wit: .
TOWNSHIPS, VILLA
GES AND
SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
Cincinnati Enquirer, Aug. 26.
The Democrats of Lake County, In
which the Republican candidate for
resident resides, held an enthusiastic
Convention yesterday. There is nothing
mean about the Democrats They are
generouely disposed to commend any
thins edod they find in the Republican
party Theft therefore, incorpoiate in
their platform the resolution adopted by
Republican Convention in Warren on
the 6th of March. 1873. demanding the
mmediate resignation ol James A. Gar
field from his seat in Tjongress on ac
count of his vote for the retroactive sal
ary bill. They also refer to resolutions
adopted by prominent Republicans of
tlm NinetAPnlh District on ' th 7th aif
SpnlomVwr 1 S7R in l.inh flon firfip A,,nl
, , 1 - -
wna ohntcrpil nrfth "framl nnrrnntion unrt voiuciun,
hrihor-' , Benton,
I lliiy.winaiitllA
Chicago Timet. HelUel,
A mnnii tho Tf onnhlifln Rpnntm-a who I Uenlcr,
took stock in the allegations of the wooosueia,
President, iinri Spn.retarv of the Treasury rranKlin,
j J
aainat the official character of Ci lec- P3luuu,u
tnr Aitlmr ami. ho v.ilincr Inr thp. nun- WITOIi
rmation of h s successor. Merritt. voted ,aCK80D
, . i .
nrartipftllv In mint him, were. Cameron. I "ee' '
i,-. j ,
Wisconsin: Conovft. of Florida: ",B,"S"
. ... . Dh n
rrv. or Miplnoran: Hoar, or lYlassn- "-"""
J 1 - , I n
i-hiiap'ta f nopairip.rl in the Conven- I rry
linn wliinli nominal Arthur! : Kirk- SalMH,
wood, ofljwa: Qolesbv. of Illinois: Vlar,n8lon'
Rnrncirle nf Rh irle lalanrl ; Winrlom. of oeneca.
' T:-.:
uaiais uorporalion,
Democratic Union in New York summit,
Means Republican Defeat. Sunsbury,
T. World. Auir. 28. 1880. Beallsville District,
The action of the Democratic State Beallsville Corp'n,
Horn mil ten tokpn veatprHnv. nennren the I SWllzeriann,
nnlon of the Tlpmonratm nartv in th a sul"SlO"
State, anri civet a final Wow to the honea GraySVille District
of Rapublican success. Whatever votes Gjaysvide Corp'n,
norfloid mow rnnniro mnat nnmn frnm I " at'np.
sonce other quarter. What that quarter
may be is a question which they aie
ikely to find puzzling.
Marrckd Oti August 5th, by C W.
Clift, E.q , of BHhel township. Miss
Magdalen. Snowbe'robr to Mr ( John
Marshall
On August 7th, by Rev. A.. J. Bar
TELS, MISS FANNY KEEF tO Mr. AUBEN
Price.
On Angu9t 8'.h, by Ray. M. Tailor,
Miss Mart B McGart to Mr Alford
N. Mason. '. .-- i
' On August 15th. by the same. Miss
Maggie J. Bradt to Mr. Aaron C.
Hurst. , . r .
On August 15th, by Rjv. BoaanvRDT,
Miss Mart E. Weber to Mr. Frbd'k
Neohart
On August 221, by Eldr H. J. Ba-
KER, &1133 JOSEPHINE oCOTT 10 MX. W M.
Troax
. On August 28th, by Tees S. Fowler,
Esq , of Malaga township, Miss Tekis
sa Matthews to Mr. Wm. J. Mahonet.
Ou August 221, by Rev. P. Orr, Miss
Emma M. Orr to Mr. Francis M. Fin
net. On August 29th, by Elder A. A Bun
ner. Miss Louisa A. Stricklinq to Mr.
Perrt C Moffbtt. ,
Where Did It Go-Where'Has the
Money Gone?
nillsboro', Ohio, Gazette, Aug. W, 1880.
Take, for instance, this fact : In the
fiscal year of 1867-8 over 100,000,000
gallons of riistillea spirits were manu
factured in the United States The tax
wis 82 uer gallon. Tbe revenue from
that Bonrce should have bpen two hun
drtd millions of dollart. The revenue
collected from that sou ice was only tev'
enteen millions of dollars.
Garfield ana the Workinsrraen vs,
Garfield and Himself.
Ellenville Banner of Liberty, June 25, 1868
The President signed a Congressional
act constituting eight hours a day's work
on June 25, 1868.
The superintendents or the govern
ment workshops throughout the country
allowed workingmen under the act hut
four-fifths as much pay as as they nan
received when working ten hour?. Slav
19, '1869, the President, by a proclama
tion, declared that the law should be
construed as meaning a full day's pay
for eight hours' woik. The workingmen
asked for the payment of the one-fifth of
their unpaid wages. On tbis subject Mr
Garfield, on the floor of the House.said
"I do not myself believe that Congress
intended that a man should be paid ttu
same for eight hours' work as a ma
who worked ten hours." .
He is the same James A. Garfield who
reported the salary grab bill, which
doubled his own salary and gave him
two vears' back pav at the increased
rate, amounting to $10,000,nud of whie
he said: "It mav be an unwise expendi
lure in some respects. But in most coses
the increase is proper and ought to be
made.'' (page 2101 Congressional Qlobe.
Hancock and Sherman.
New York Truth, Ind., Aug. 28 1880.
The great sensation is exploded the
Sherman letters are out. They will add
one hundred thousand votes to the Dem
ocratic majority in November
State Levy. .
Sinking Fund . .5 Expense- - .!
Revenue Fund r 1.4 Special Road
School Fund 1.0 poor.- r-
Bridge - -
lotal 2.9 Building -
Road
Total-
County Levy.
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Woodsfieltl Produce Tlrket.
OOBBBCTSD WBIKLT BT V. 8CHVM4CSB JR
Monday, Sept. 6, 1880.
Flour, per barrel..... ........15 00
Flour, per hundred 2 75
Wheat, per bushel (new) 7080
Corn,
Corn meal
Barley,
Beans,
Oats,
Potatoes,
5055
50
60
1 25al 75
30 1
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Butter.per ponnd 1012
201
8al2
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Bjeswax,
Beef,
Bacon,
Lard,
Calf skins,
Candles,
Fish,
Feathers,
Rags,
Sugar.
Tallow, "
Tea, .: "
Apples, dried
reaches, dried,.
t o nee, green
Coffee, browned,
'The followlog m the provisions of tlie set of April 2, 1859, with reference to the semi.avnnal ceHeottai'of taxes: " . . .
8ectioh I. That each person ehargei with taxes oa a tax duplicate in the bands of a Conntr Tre&inrnr mav of hl ontlnn
day of December, or one-half thereof on or berore the 20th day of D oember. and the remaining half thereof on. or before the 20th day of Jane next ensuing.
Sectioh 4. When oue-half of the taxes as aforesaid, chanted aeainst anv entrv on the Tax
day of Deoember next, after the same shall have been so charged, or when the remainder of saoh tax shall not be paid on or before the twentieth day ef Jane next thereafter, the '
County Treasurer shall prooeed to colleot the same by distress or otherwise, as may at the time be prescribed by law, together with a penalty of five per oentam on the amount or
taxes so delinquent, and in all oases where saoh half of a&y taxes, other than on real estate, shall not hare been paid ou the twentieth day of Deoember, the whole amount of taxes,
other than on real estate, for the current year so charged, shall be due and delinquent, and shall be collooted in the mannar and with the penalty in this section . ' ' -
o . a? nri i it . it i . . . ... .
oetiob o. Yraeu one nan oi me xaxes onargea against any entry or real estate, shall not hi paid on or before the 20th day or Deoember in eaoh year. ' or colleoted by distress or
otherwise prior to the February settlement, as authorized by this act, a penalty of fifteen per cent thereon, shall be added to snoh half of said taxes on the duphcate.and if said taxes
ana penany, including me remaining nan oi sncn taxes shall not be pid on or before the SOth day of Jane next thereafter, or oolleoted by distress or o thai wise prior to the next
August settlement, tbe same penally shall be charged on Bald last half of said taxes and tbe amount of the whole tosetlier shall obnstitnta the dallnannnt taxaa ou in.ih rail .at it.'
to be oolleoted in the manner that is or may be p rsaoiibed by law, and if the amount of saoh delinquent taxes and penalty together wi'.h one half of the taxes oharged on any saoh
reai estate for the current year, shall not be paid on or before the 20th dar of Deoember of the same year, the said delinquent tax and penalty, and the whole of the taxes .of tbo
current year shall be due and be oolleoted by the sate of suoh real estai-.ln the manner that Is or may be authorised by law, and In case the first half of the taxes oharged upon any
teal estate shall be paid ou or before the 2Jth day of Deoeinher, a provided in this aotr but the remaining half thereaf shall not be paid on or before the tOth day of June next
thereafter, or be oollected by distress or otherwise, prior to the next August settlement, ai prortfed in thU act, then the same penalty shall be kdded to suoh unpaid taxes and tho
same enau do tre.iea as delinquent taxes as proviaed in tnis act, and with the taxes of the current year collected by the sale of Bnoh real estate as aforesaid. . '
i Whan von mlr Vv T.Attar nr Pnst&l f?ril fnr thm imnnnt At nn J.nlnn.ln - Ji . . i 1. . i t . . n . ' a " !' " . "
in what town,' number cf lot, and in whose addition. ,
Owlhsr lo a recent etinnxn In tbe law. I will not mnUn tii (vnaiinl Irln
WoodsSeld, from Ootober 1 nntil the ?5th day of January next, lo reoeire taxes without penalty.
,H is absolutely neoessary, to avoid the full legal penalty, that prompt attention be given la eaoh and everv case.
payers, yet no effort will be spared necessary to make a close collection. - ' ' ,
j , ang31,'8tiw6.
to tbe townsblps as heretofore, but will attend at the Treasurer's Office in
While it is proposed to do everything reasonable to satisfy tax-
JOEEPiT GATOHliLL, Treosttrer Monroe Countyr Ohi:
8TOVES AND TIN WARE.
Coal 8 iO
Eggs, per dosen..... 8
Hay, per ton..... 12 00
T
Hides, green, per ponnd o
Onions, " 60
Molasses, Orleans, per gallon 70
Sorghum molasses, by thebarrel 35
Sorghum molasses, per gallon..... 50
Syrup, per gallon 60(573
Salt, per barrel 1 60
Soap, country 5
Wood, per eord 3 00
MRS, 0. 0. ALEXANDER,
DBALBB
The Celebrated Arlington
AVD OTHBB
WontQeld Stock Market.
A QQ aPoffrlA 9ii9a nan nAnaisY
Sheep 3a4o per pound,
pound gross.
Hogs 3a4c pei
COOK STOVES.
Keeps on hand
Heating- Stoves,
: And all kinds of
Three Hundred
I E o E
Black French . Cashmeres,
BLACK AND BLUE-BLACK SHADES,
-AT-
CATTLE MARKETS, W Copper and SJkret Iron V7are,
Baltimore. Ausr. 30. Cattle-
Most sales from 3 to 4c.
Milk Uows 820a340 per head.
Hoh Common t grass hogs at 61
7'i, and 7a7c for good to choice.
Sheep Butcher sheep 3Ai4q; Iambs
4a5c; stock sheep $1 50a3 25 each.
Also,
Agent for Garry Iron Roofing.
Splitting and Repairing done on short
notice.
Everything at Wheeling Prices, or
AjCBS.
! West side of Main street, 2
. SriBiv office.
doors North of
NEW STOVES. Mils. O. O. ALEX
ANDER has just received a lot of the bet
Stoves in this market Call and see them.
REDEMPTION NOTICE.'
To Matthew Moore, or whom U man Concern:
Auditor's Offigr, Mohrob Codntt, 1
Woodbpikld, Ohio, September 2, 1880. t
Notice is hereby 'given, that Henry
So haul) hue dnposited in the County Treasury
a sum of money sufficient to 'redeem part of
tie southwest quarter of seotlon 8, township
5 of range 7. Said land was sold for taxes
by John Oatohetl, Treasurer of Monroe
Connty, Ohio, January, SO 1880.
8. A. ATKINSON,
sept7,'80t3. .. Auditor Monroe Co., Ohio.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
L. Spanco
vs. ;
Jared Sole.
Y vlrtne of a certain order of sale issued
ont of the eonrt of eommon pleas
within and for the connty of Monroe, and
State of Ohio, in a ease pending in said
oonrt between the above named parties, and
to me direoted, I will offer for sale at
pnblio anotion at the east door of tho eonrt
house in Woodtfield. on
WOODSFIELD, OHIO,
septl6773T
Bsui
James L. Haven & Co.'s new Amerioan
Cider Mills! Latest and best three sizes Un
equaled for ease, speed, capacity, simplicity,
strength, and durability. The best mill is the
one which makes the most Cider. For sale by
P. Sohumaoher, Jr. Woodsfield, Ohio.
ice creamTsaloon.
Jacob Reinherr has just opened an Ice
Cream Saloon in his building on the Public
Square, which will be open every evening. He
will supply picnics and parties with good Ice
Cream at reasonable rates. He has just return
ed from Wheeling where he bought a large
stock of Candies and Confectioneries which he
I offers to sell CHEAP.
SHERIFFS SALE.
McGinty & Stranbe
TS
Harmon Coulter tano.
virtue of a oertain order of sale is
sued from tho oonrt of common pleas with
in and for the oonnty of Monroe, and State of
Ohio, in a case pending in said eonrt between
the above named parties, and to me Jireoted,
1 will offer for sale at pnblio anotion at the
east door ot the court house in Woodsfleld.on
Saturday, the 2d day of October, 1880,
between the hours of 10 o'clook a.m. and 4
o'clook p. m. of sali day, the following de
scribed real estate sitnate in Monroe oonnty,
Ohio, to wit: .
In the township of Salem and bounded
and desoribed as follows: And known as
part of a one hundred and sixty aore traot of
land, being a fractional part of section
twenty fonr, range three and township two.
beginning for the same at a stone on the east
marked line ot said one hundred and sixty
aore traot; thence west thirty nine poles to
a 4tone, No. 1; thence east twenty five poles
a stone No. I; thenoe west one pole to a
LAST TEAR'S PRICES.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Invited to onr
Extra Fine Cfcuality
37 laa'li's Wide
At621-2Cts
Onr 46 Inches Wide at 87 1-2 (Is.
Onr 35 Inch. WIde,alI Wool,at 37c.
COLORED CASHMERES
In great variety
From 50 Cents to $100.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
1152 and 1154 Main street, Wheeling, W, Va,
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate
IN pnrsnanoe of an order of the Probate
Conrt of Monroe Connty, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, at pnblio anotion, On
Thursday ,thc 3QfA day of September 1880
upon the premises, the following desoribed
real estate, sitnate in said oounty and State,
to wit:
Lot number nineteen in the town of Anti
och; appraised at fiVr; and will be offered for
sale at 10 o'clook, forenoon, of said-day.
Also three-quarters Of an acre of land more
er less, in the town of Woodsfield and being
part of out-lot jnnmber : fifty-two, of section
twenty-nine, in township fonr, of range five,
and being the same land conveyed by James
A. Driggs to Thomas C. Penn by deed hewing
date March 29, 1375, and recorded in Records
of said Monroe County, in volume 82, page
027; appraised at f 700, and will be offered for
sale at 2 o'clock, afternoon, of said day. - -
Tkbms Of 8ah One third cash in hand,
one.third in one year and one.third in two
years from day - of sale, with interest; the
deferred payments to ba s soared by mortgage
on the premises sold. w
. . ... ,.-TH0S. L. TWINS,
Adm'r of Thos. C. Penn , deceased, ,
ang3l'80t5. v . v: '
Sale of Keal Estate.
Saturday, the Hth day of October, 1880,
between the hours of 10 o'olock a. m. and 4
o'olock p. m., of said day, the followine de- to
soribed real estate sitnate in Monroe oonnty, loonst oerner; thenoe south sixty three poles
Ohio, to wit: " I to a stone. No. 3, on the seotion line; thenoe
The undivided half of the northeast quar- east, eighty five poles to a stone on said east
ter of section twenty six, township two of market line of said said one hundred and
range four, except the northwest quarter of sixty aore tract; thenoe with said line in a
said quarter seotion, containing one hundred northwestern oonrse to the place ef begin
ana twenty aores more or less. - oing, containing thirty fonr aores.
Said property so ordered to be sold is ap- Said property so ordered to be sold is ap
praised at $750, and may sell for two-thirds
of aid appraisement. Terms' of sale, oash
before confirmation.
WILLIAM READ,
aept7,'80w5. , Sheriff M. C, O.
Spkjggs & Duoos, Att'yd.
praised at $1,000, and may sell for two
thirds of said appraisement. Terms of sale,
oash before confirmation.
WM. RBAD,
ang31,'80w5. Sheriff M. C. O.
D. W. Coorsa and Sprioos & Dbiogs, Att'ys.
PROBATE NOTICE. .
A CCODNTS and vouohers have been filed in
i tbe Probate Court of Monroe County, .
Ohio, by the following Executors, Adminis
trators and Guardians, to wit:
Second and final account of Margaret Michel
Adm'x of the estate of John Michel, dee'd
eoond partial aooonnt of John Burkhalter
Guardian of Henry and Theodore Burk
halter, minors final as to Henry.
First partial aooonnt of Theodore H. Melott
Execntor of the will of Levi MeloU. deo'd.
First partial aooonnt of Joseph M. Cline Kx'r
of the will of Henry Cline, deo'd.
Fourth and final aooonnt of J. M. Twinem
Adm'r of the estate of Thomas Bothwell,
deceased.
First and final acoonnt of Michael Roughner
Adm'r or the eBtato of Thomas McCoy,
deoeased.
First and final acoonnt of Michael Boughner
ooardian or Julia A Uhaw, deoeased, ui.
nor heirs.
First and final aooonnt of Miohael Bsnghner
Adm'r of the estate of Jaoob Truex, deo'd.
First partial aooonnt ot T. L. Twtaem Adm'r
of the estate of Thomas C. Pe in; dee'd.
Any person interested may file written
exceptions to said aooounts, or any item there
of, on or before the 25th day of September
next, when the same will be finally heard and
oontinned from day to day nntil disponed of,
R. K. WALTON,
aug24,'80w3 . Probate Judye M. C. O.
T N pnrsnrnce
1 C
of -an - order of the Probate
Court of Monroe Connty, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, at publid anotion, on the
25lh day of September, A. D 1880,
at 1 o'olock p. m. upon the premises, the fol.
lowing desoribed VealrOttate, fn tbe county of
Monroe ana Sate of Ohio, to wit:
PMLfflTIOn
OCTOBER ELECTION'
Tuesday,' October 12, 1880.
Whereas, by the laws of Ohio, regulating
eleotions, it Is required of the Sheriff ef his
oonnty to give notice before the time of held
ing a general eleotion, by proclamation
throughout the oounty of the time at whloh
snoh eleotion will bo holdea; . .
In pursuance of such requisition, I, Wil
liam Read, Sheriff of Monroe Connty. Ohio.
do -hereby proclaim and make known that tho
seoend Tuesday, being the
12th day of October, A. D. 1880,
Is, by the Constitution and laws of Ohio,
.he appointed day on which tho qualified
electors of said Monroe Connty, Ohio, shall .
meet in their respective townthipa, at their
usual or proper place of holding eleotions.. .
The polls to be opened between the hours
of 6 and 10 o'clock in the forenoon of sali
day, and elised at 6 o'olock in the afternoon
of said day. - " :.
Tho candidates to be voted for are: '
One person for Seoretary .of State of the
State of Ohie!
One person for Supreme Judge of the State
of Ohio; j . - - .i-
One person for Clerk of the Supreme Court
of the State ol Ohio; ' , .... f.:
One person , for School Commissioner of tbo
ine norui eoet-qnftMer ot tne eouui west j , 0ne p,noa for Member of Board of Pnblio
quarter of section thirty four, township thro j Works of the 8Ute ot Ohio - . s-.i
of range three, containing fourty aores more j 0ne u forCongreM in the 15th District
or less, subject to the dower estate therein of j 0f tn, 0j qj,j0.
Margaiet Ruff, as follows: Commencing at the 0ne or Member 0f the State Board of
north west comet bf s.id lot; thenoe east with j Equalisation for the lOthSenatorial District "ol
U1Q uvrui UUD V. duh auk ws uoau v
tree; thence south west on a straight liae to the
connty road at a ntnke near a peach tree about
six inohes in diameter; thenoe north wet with
said road to said north west oorner and plaoe
of beginning. !...' ,j
Appraised, ;sabjeot to dower, at $1,850.
Terms of Sale Que third cash in hand;
one third in one., year and one third in two
years from day of sale, with interest; tho
payments to be 'secured by mortgage npon
the premises sold. ' .
: WILLIAM T. HDRD,
Adm'r of the estate ol Michael Buff, deo'd.
aug24 '80t5: -.: s .
HtTNTSB & Malioht, Atty's.
BANKS.
THE MONKOE
If 0 0 7? S FIEL D,
Capital, -
BANK.
O H 1 (
150.000.
the State of Ohio;
One person for Recorder of Monroe County,
Ohio; ,. ., . , ...... ,
One person for Commissioner of Monroe -County,
Ohio; ' '
One person for Surveyor of If onroc County,
Ohio; ;t '. - -i
- One person for Infirmary Director of Monroe
County, Ohio..,, , " . . ?
Tho Trustees of tbo several town8hip8, of
ftid county are hereby notified that the follow
ing number of Jurors aro appointed to their
townships respectively, and that they are re
quired to select the said number and make re-,
turn, thereof to the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, together with the poll-book, within
two days after the said second Tuesday of Oo
tober, 180. .. ;
D1STBICI C0UST 1SD O.MMOS PLEAS. '
Adams'
Benton .,
Be'hel...
Center,..
Franklin
Green ..
Jackson
7
.b
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14
8
8
6
S. L.Moo5BT,frs. Wm.Bkardkobk, V. Pre
W. C. Mooney, Outhier. -
' DiBiCToas:
S. L. Moonkt, " Wm Beardmoai
Hbnet Mhleb, James Watson.
David Oket, M. Hosffler.
Christian Weber.
Does a . General Banking Business.
Interest paid on Special Deposits
Make collections on all points promptly.
Lee ..&
Malaga ...8
UI1IO.... . . , , .. ,0
Perry
Salem 9
8neca,
Summit, .: .
Snnsbnry, - .
fiwitierland," .
Washington,'
Wayne,
7
i
; I
8
6
Qiyen under my hand, at the Sheriff's Of.
Bee at Woodsfield, this 2 1st day of August,
1880. -.
WM.RBAD,
ang24,'80t&. . Shsiiff M. C. 0
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estate of Christian Ilartline, Deoeased.
rPBR undersigned has been appointed and
X qualified as Admin strator, with tho will
"i annexed, of the Estate of Christian Hart-
': .-'line, late of Monroe Connty,.deceased.
Banking Hours from 9 a.m. to 3 r.Ut ,. Dated this zsthdaj of August, a.d. isso.
moh3,'74r. aug31,'60t3 MICHAEL BODQUKKR. '

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