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A? ?W ArWffMI ' 0f PrePariD f1' th:,t lKdl :i. i'MITl'" IIAIIIIOXU.'M. c in liSO") 1 - " 1 and graduated in 1861). I unvfortiaic- Tncsday,Septeml)er 7,1886. ; 1 ;ly after takinsr a derev, lie joined the editorial stall' of rn ruriecltiir. 1 EDUCATIONAL. "Whatever pss! yon seek, my Imy, Though friends assistance lend You must your energies employ, Be to yourself friend." WILL CARLETOXV The Farmer Poet. . " When, the Toledo Blade, a few years since, brought out in its col umns, "Betsey and I are out,"; the managers had little idea of the ben efit the)' 'were conferring on all lov ers of Poetry little guessed that they were aiding a poetic genius, destined to become famous. But they were soon to realize they had opened the door and admitted a rny of sunlight on the literary, land ' scape, that was of great strength and of unusual brillianc. The fa vorable reception tendered it by crit ical readers every where, and the furore it created, awaked them to this fact ' It may not' be generally known, but nevertheless, is a fact, that the poem was tendered as a gratuitous contribution, and raised its modest countenance in A corner of the pa per devoted almost entirely to the first efforts' of young authors. It may not be amjss in this connection to state that in this department of the same paper, appeared the scarce ly less famous, "Hannah Jane," by P. R. Locke, Editor of Blade. ' So uncertain was the young author that . it would meet with a favorable re ception, that he deemed it impru dent to diminish the chances of pub lication, by freighting it with a fixed price. But no sooner had it appear ft, than its fate was decided; and - the result would have made happy f .the heart of an exacting Milton. 1 1 was soon copied into newspapers ' everywhere: elocutionists made a tudy of it, and delighted their au diences while they were melted in tears. The freshness, the quaint originality of constructionso un like anything written before was eagerly read and re-read. -r ; But amidst all the pleasure 6f its . entrance, one vexing query troubled . the public mind one that is always vexatious to all admirers of good literature. There was a cloud hang ing around the certainty of author ship, and the worshipping ' public was perplexed as to whom to offer congratulations. To make the mat ter worse, 'a number of mercenary in dividuals coolly Btepped forward and claimed the honor. "Who is the author?" was the query, amidst all this uncertainty. They were scon to know; the Farmer Poet of Michigan, whose genius had given birth to the touching lines, was not to be defrauded of his rights. The fact that the poem made its appearance over the name of "Will Carleton," led many to suppose that this was a pseudonyme, and not the true name of the author. But sub sequent writings under the same name, led to personal acquaintances, v .and the uncertainty was dispelled. At that time the author , was little more than twenty-five years' of age, having been born oh his father's farm, near the town of, Hudson, in Lenawee County, State of Michigan, in 1845. His ancestors were of En- gh'sh stock, and had early settled in New England, from whence they went to Michigan or to . the far West as it was then termed. This was over fifty years ago, and Carle ton's father was one of the early pioneers of the State. Being a man of sturdy industry, he went to work with a will, and soon carved a home out of the wilderness. It was there that he died and there, his five chil dren were bora. He lived to see the only one of them who survives "the one in whom many hopes must have centered" become famous. 1 His sterling worth and influence as a citizen were always felt and rec ognized.' The mother of the poet was likewise of English descent, and : was a fit companion for the husband. She is still living, and shares the prosperity of her son, and enjoys hearing of his fame, with all of a mother's pride and joy. Perhaps who can say? the thought has oc curred to her, that the noble heart which gave birth to the plaintive lines: . . "Over the hills to the pirnr-house my children . dear, good-byl - Many a night I've watched yon when only God was nigh"- would never fail in its allegiance to her, and that his poem would never find an illustration in her case. If so, she is right. 1 Will Carleton is well acquainted .with the life usual to a farmer's boy, but his desire . for r knowledge soon took him out of the rank and file of that average numerous class. This desire caused him, while still in the . district school, to study Latin, Al gebra and; Geometry at home, and afterward to walk five miles each day through Michigan snows and wind for the privilege of attending :, a High School The father gave such help as his limited - means would permit, and did so ungrudg ingly; for he believed "the boy would make his mark.'! At the age of six teen, the boy began to holp himself by teaching, and from that time for ward paid his way by meney obtain ed in the school room. . He had a thorough taste for journalism, and entered College with the end in view paper in Chicago, and i.fier a time, was offered ::nd aecepted l.'ic posi tion of editor of the Detroit fi'evll;; Tribune. '., But by this time the i urreut cS his life was becoming stronger, v.wi. was widening and broadcuinir : j channel for a future course his real vocation. Emerson says, "Do not choose," meaning that we are to let j destiny choose for us. Tlictcndcn-t cics of the times, and the. natural! bent of his renins, were choosing i Ik Mi an! Male lii.ine, Oi-;::; cm.; I t of l n lietsey :;:;d 1 !.e 01 i hwuh in' 1K.H '.. t;,e io Til!, WILLI-. Kri-.i: Draw vp tl-.e j.-..;s;l si;. Fur iii!!'.:.':' !.iv er .re d;i:." a.i 1 ):.: Mil: I'.iii Vi'''. iir..l ; pi:! !int v: a ! etliCi SU K'HK IIS 1!'.,U! wile, i !: :-in:4!'' li:u-ncss for the nvi of our i-.il luc. And Sier-.' I.as l;v;i t ; it weary week W, was lm;ii of us t res;' j too pv;a:d to spcsil;; (And I have 1m r-ii thlnkin' i whole winter and fa;l ..; 't mill nsniiy '. spunky, tmij iioth ami thlnkin', the Kidiu '-How Betsey mid I made Up." I don't know whut you'll think, Sir I didn't come to inquire Kilt I picked up thnt agreement ni-.d stufTed it In the lire; And I told her we'd bury the hatchet along side the cow; And we struck nn agreement never to have another row. So liinkc out your bill, Mr. lawyer, don't stop short of an X; Make it more if you want to for I have got the check. I'm richer than a National Bank, with till Us treasure told. For I've got a wife at home now that' worth her weight in gold. (Krom "One am! Two.") If yon to mo lie cold, Or I be false to yon, The World will ko on, I think, Just a It used to do; The clouds will flirt with the moon, The sun will kiss the sea The wind to the trees will whisper, And lntijrh at you and me; But the sun wll not shine so brljrht, The cloud will not seem so white, To one n they do to two; Bo I think you had better be kind, And I had best be true. And let the old love go on - Just as It used to do. man SAESAPARILLA )n mm :m um syrup. pesries1; remedy for Scrofula, White cllins. Cancer. Erysipelas, Gout, iro i: j fore?. Syphilis, Tumors, Car aolas, Ea'.o r.heuni. Malaria, Bilious jssp'.zists, r."."l til diseases indicat C an Inuro C ' VMon of the Blood, .vrf Stctnach, Kllasys, Bo-wels, . :.u,otc. T'ds Grand P-omedy is com of vegetable extracts, chief of Sh. ai-a SAR3APARILLA aad LLINGIA. The cures effected are '.uto. For sale by all Druggists- T.T T. H" 7 & CO., lUvr York. ... . Vrtt for H,.ur.iipe.l nook. mayU,'80y. L 111 Lib &il Hi for Will Carleton something more than editorial work which had been the height of his earlv ambition. Boyish choice had spent itself, and ! If 1 l,""'t "y " v ,,,im:'' th-11 1 i I we'.i't at a!!. nobly performed the part assigned it, and was now about to give way to something higher and more lofty. In 1869 at College Commencement he read his poem "Rifts in the Clouds," and realfy carried off the honors of the day. It was also very favorably commented on by the press of the State. - One year later. he wrote for Decoration Day, "Cov er them Over," which has been used all over the country on that occasion, since. But early in 1871 when "Betsey and I am Out" made its ap perrance, he became extensively known. The sequel, "How Betsey and I Made Up," is not as claimed by many, a weak imitation of the original, but a continuation of the story, written with the same point ed hnmor, sincerity and force. A number of other poems were soon set afloat, and the author finally col lected and arranged them in book form, giving them the .appropriate title of "Farm Ballads." This ap peared in 1873 in this form. It was his first book, with the exception of a thin volume of poems written at an early age, and printed at his own expense. This first book is now out of print being "exhausted," as he once remarked, by the Chicago fire. In 1872 he retired from editorial work, in order to devote' himself to authorship, 6tudj-ind travel. Farm Ballads met with an enormous sale and he found that his means would now allow him to spend a part of his time in pursuits congenial to his tastes. Farm Ballads,' as the au thor tells ns, in his preface, were written under various, and, in some cases, difficult, conditions; in the open air, "with team afield;" in the students flea, with the ghosts of un finished lessons hovering gloomily about; amid the rush and roar of railroad travel, which trains of thought arc not prone to follow; and in the editor's sanctum, where the dainty feet of the Muses do not of ten deign to tread. Prior to- their publication in book form, the Bal lads were brought out in different periodicals, and the reception given, warranted their publication, as a whole. Farm Letends, a similar collection, , followed the Ballads in 1885,' and while hardly up to the standard of the latter, were very suc cessful. In his Preface to. the La gends the anthor has this to- say of his object: "In this book, also, the author has aimed to give expression to the truth, that with every person, even if humble or debased, there may be some good, worth lifting up and saving; that in each human be ing, though revered and seemingly immaculate, are some faults which deserve pointing out and correcting, and that in all circumstances of life, however trivial they appear, may possess those alterations of the com ic and pathetic, the good and bad, upon which walk tbe days and nights, the summers and winters,, the lives and deaths, of this strange world." In 1881 the third of the Farm series, Farm. Fesfirals- was issued, In this work is to be .found several of his best ballads and tales in verse. Will Carleton was ' fortunate in making his appearance at a time when readers were ready for a reac tion 1 against the inanities and. other faults too common among writers of poetrj. . He husbanded his strength by carefully collecting and holding in hand his wonderful powers, and occupies his -peculiar field almost alone. His warm sympathies for everything human, his humor, his very homeliness, are not faults as some are pleased to consider them, but open points in a human charac ter in which there is not enongh de ception .to seek to have them veiled. But who would not desire such a character? "Critics may sneer at him and easily demonstrate that hc is not a Wordsworth or a Hearts, whql were likewise sneered at in their day because they were not some one else. He is, nevertheless, a writer unlike any other,past or -present, which is saying much, and one whose books have a wider circulation than those of any other, excepting, of course, the few masters who have become classics." It must in all frankness be con fessed, that his writings are strewn with the faults of. his nature, but the more manly way of judging the author of Farm Ballads is by his merits and net his faults. For with Will Carleton, such faults really be come merits, and who would not gladly take the faults, could he get possession of the merits? He is still yoting, and the flame is becoming brighter, stronger, and of more pu rity, and no doubt a more glorious future is before him. OF PilfiE COD LIES OIL MHpjilsspliilssflfOalMa Almost as Palatable 33 ftSilk. Tho only preparation of COD I.IVEB OIL that can be taken readily &ad tolerated Cot a lung time It delicate stomach?. AKD AS A REMEDY FPU COyST!?rPTIOy, StKOrlXatS AF.r'ECTlOX AXAKMIA. GTS. KKAti PKlllUfY, (OtHHS AND THROAT At'. H;Cl'ltrnd UW.ASTI.VO lt.SOi;i)Kj!S OP tlllLl;i;i:' lt i$ niiirrellopn In 1U royalty I'rcscribcil ud eudoised by the best l hvsiciaaB .n tho countries of the world. for Sale by all Druggists. ileeVSoy. r;:r gee S M SWAYKS'S MEDICINES. S!!ii Tnr of cimlln:miis I'oimlar appre ciation. Tar Z;-:ii(a of i'linrmucoa ileal ynYtr. m others can . excel; It 1 linpuiwiblA. m a ''o-r, . f.COl ,s"'t. owe. ITCMIG PILES . and SKIN HUMORS BanHied by 'Snj-r.e'ii Ointment" (Dr. Swnync's best en"irt It destroys the nnimal culie that chuso tho iiitone iicliing und unsiL'htljr eruptions. Benin ulceration ami bleeding. Aunihjlates pniu. As an external remedy Tor any purpose it is unequaled. 50c. box. THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES Conquered by "Swiiyne's Wild Cherry" (Wild Cherry first uued by Dr. Swavne). It stops the coughing, aud soothes and heulu the inflamed mcmbrauo. 25c. or $1 a bottle. HOW TO KEEP HEALTHY., Good advice from Dr. Swnyne. 1. Exercise daily. Z Eat plentv of good food. 3. Look on the bright side of life. Swayno'i Fills aud nature will do the rest. 5c a box. LONDON HAIR RESTORER. Great English Toilet Luxury. Beautifies and adorns the hair. Endorsed by Dr. Swayne. . 3. ld. a bottle. DR. IWATKS'I KEDI0INE8 PHEFARED OKLT BY PHILADELPHIA. BOLD BT AU ENTERPRISING DRUaOIST Je8,'Wm3. Olio Fws fire M. lm., 'ii!;;:n Assets. : U,262,i7S 35! ItiltC-S j WltOLRAALK AX!) HKTAII. , Jraiiufacturcr and Dealer i I JX- lotion :FINE TRMKS Alll.is ii;vl-J," " .1 r.KKK'.tS, lilsviiiv. )hio, Monroe i'l.iiiily. A ii I:ice ;T l'ine Cabinet J'hotogTaphjs iTRAVELING BAGS, .V. G. W. POTTH, Av'i'iit lor tl." fii'.Iowint; iiiiipanii Tonmd.K-s, I'.vcliiiirf:. liurri mul iml Ktorins. inaziin KiivmI of Liverpool 1 he Nni'tlii'm I.mt'lot) mil! I.aiU'Jishii-c 'liven of Liverpool Ohio of Dayton ADiiliciillons nisei ll;rn for ('oiiisiniii. all of wliirh .-ire tho most leiinl.k' t'oinpiinii In 1!io I'nlti-il Slates. All elastics of Town nntl Country IluililinRS. Mercliamlise, Lumber, Stork. (train ami I'ariu Iiitpletrnts inssm-il nt low rntea in irooil t'om pnnios. Applications either by inailor In lcr son promptly atteiideil to. mayiT.'Sty. .T13WM..11Y. s. Al-ofor lines .Cinrinnati. KiiIhiicI. .. Kn;;l,inl. ...Kisjilaml. . . .ICnji land. ...Dayton. varum-? other m iuei everything usetl hy the traveling puij- lie. Siiirph Cnst-H ;u.i 'trunk :i Ss--cialiy. Trunks made to mler,iind repairing rex-elves prompt attention. MHln rr t. n Doors West cf 3d Street, - Zanmvlll.i, Ohio. n;ir27,'Miy. 'i Wheeling & Lake Erie General Insurance Agent, !Mra. card Photos, $i,$i.50 & $2, according to Finisii,' ?. ITi l ;ji:.vr7TIl"UJj UONTOX TIXTVPKS 25 CIIM'H. ! All immense Stock of Picture jlialt the usual price. Frames and Albums at PLUMMEirS. CLEVELAND & MARIETTA K. R'S. TIME TABLE. CENTRA!. STANDAltD f IXR. I Main ?Stveet, Wheeling, Wtst Va. n: i s c 1 1 a xt t A i r-on i jn . Stafford Woolen Mill, ' . 1' miiw from Stitlfonl. ' TARMEHS' V(k1 taken In exehansre for . I' laniu ls, Jeans HlnnketK and VnriiHPot llllXIMl lltvwith nfkttmi nml KhfMlilV torn rnrtlint; and siiiiinlii? at eiismmarv into j may 25,'Slinil. J01IX DAXIKI.S. Al.ni,riiK- ruton. MERCHANT TAILORING. GH20. V. DUSCH. ' I'atronlxc th" well known establishment of d eweier, :? Cor Main and Klcvcnth sts., ; l 'lleeling, V est "V'a. jn;AiiATii.iJi, omo. iWholesale and Retail KnKtwarJ. Tole.ln.lv ... Oak Hnrhor.nr Knmont Hyde lV'llevue -. Monroevllle, nr Norwalk, Iv Wellington CreRton, ar f'rexton, lv Orrvllle, nr. Orrvllle.lv Mnssillon. nr .Manslllon, lv... Zonr. alley Juncn ar a.m. p.m. No. S. Jo.l7. 7:50 . 8:W :12 .1:2 : 10:00 10:lit 11:00 P.m. 5ft S:00 8:1 :.tl :47 7:08 7:32 8:10 D.-00 H:.V)nrafi:a0nni4.a0 12:Wpni l:00 fiM lo. I. 1:30 1: 11:02 11:111 2:IQ i 4h lt:.V. 4:30 Xo.S. ...li:30 ....1:20 ....1:20 ...2:0(5 , Will fir.vi All Gooxls warranted mul sold "nt the lowest ' prices to lie obtained. i an'TKK a lit mid Wahu.VST nil work done. stock of They always carry a complete llraneh Oftice In Martin's Kerry. mehSO.'Stiy. READY MADE CLOTHING. FRANKLIN COLLEGE, XEy ATIIEKS, OHIO. Tenn It--pvi S-pn-mbvr 1 188G.' T.TI.Ii College Cnrrienlmn. Educational 1 advantasci excellent. Oood oiportunl- Prices lower than dsjn-liero. i J.v20,'80y. Call and sc them, DKALKn IX BITS, CAPS and F N. 1047 Khln Mrcrt. "W heeling, West Va. mch.H,-6m0. Jnnc 2:1 'anal Dover i-sm riiillipwImrR .1:02 New 1,'omerstown ...8:27 Kimlmlton -1:00 Cnmbrldgc. Point ricnannt R:05 Cnlilwpll K-jn I , Pextcr City ...112 .-incKsnnrg :io .! Warner ...:29 . Marietta, ar 7:2p 11:00 0:40 :40 7:l . 7:25 am.. 7:18 11:17 :47 t:Oft :3 10:i :40 h:40 6:1S A:40am. aon. 0 TIMES OUT OF 10 Dr. Tbomai' Eclectric Oil Rhmmritan BeiMljr- 99 TIMES OUT OF 100 Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrio Oil - CURES A Oold or Harttn...' 19 TIMES OUT OF 20 Dr. Thoraai' Eclectric Ofl CCRES Atthaa and Dlphthirta. 49 TIMES OUT OF 50 ,Dr. Thomas' Eclectric .Oil -. . " CURES- ' (Hop ana Afotlon el th Threat Price so cent and $t.oo. . SOLD EVERYWHERL - febO.'sny. 7-.r, S:tO :23 :47 :I7 : 10:11 11:28 1I:M 1:20 :00 :i 7:.iM 10:W 11:20 pw. 1:20 :.V : 4:W I-'TJKrNlTUJtK, UXTIJ1K1W HUI,PIJIKH,!C. rlls lies hi Ihosi? who are pi-eparinir to tench. The town and comiiuinity moral and i Ions; no Haloons. Xeeessnry expenses $l"iOier year. For fur ther information apply to. .1. (1. H1.ACK. ang 3,'Sfitd. Vres. liellnlre, Ohio. The R. J. Baggs & Sons Lumber Company. . LEGAL NOTICE. A MY CIiAHIx, wliosi.- ulaee f resilience -iV am ESTBUSHEQ I D. 1855. A. D. f 884. nd ixistotlk vens County, Kan a.ldrt.-HS Is Hoifrlim, Sti. is; A. It. Patterson, -whoso. place of residence aiul iMistomee itddrrxM is 8outh ltend, Morris County, Kansas: For Baking Purposes Beot intheWorlJ. Jnnl9,'S0y. Kiilnllo E. Travis, wluwe place of residence and post- ofBee address is l!ce Heights, Hand County, Dakota Territory; and Ann Davis, Clare. M. Danford, W. E. rafterson, Asi T. Patterson, and Kdwin Patterson, whose vlacc of resilience and postoirlce address is Forman, Sarpent County, Dakota Territor' vlll take notice, thnt on the 22d day of .Inly. 1SS!',, Tliomas Yur- nnll, ns Administrator with the will annexed -t of Kdwin Pallei-soii. deceased, tiled his peti tion in the Court of Coni-uon Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, asainst them and the other heirs of Kdwin Patterson, deceased ; that the object and prayer iif said peiition is to olilaln a construction of the will of Kdwin Patterson, deceased, and the direct ion of the court as to the inaiiiicr th:vt plaintiff should make dis tribution under the same; also, for the finding of said court that Amy Clark, A. It.-Patterson, and tho heirs of Oladne Patterson, de ceased, hail been advanced and paid (heir full share of said estate, and that Kul.Mie K. 'Tra vis had been advanced two hundred dollars on her share of said estate. Unless you answer said petition on or be fore the 2-"i!h day of September, 1SS0, said pe tition will be taken us true, and judgment rendered accordingly. THOMAS YARXALL, Administrator wth tho will annexed of Ed win Patterson, deceased, Hy DKIGGS & .M.ALLOKY, MS Att'yS. July 27,'8(it7. Dealers in all kinds of Dressed and undressed I.nmlier. Ijntb, Shingles, etc. Manufacturers of Ifcsn-s, Sash, Blinds, Shutters, Stairs, Stair Itniiini:, Newel Posts, m Baluslers; also Psllnirs, l'aeking Ikixex, MonlUinirs, and House l-'urnishlnif Materials of every description, in hard or of! wood. ESTIMATES - on Hills of Lumber and all kinds of shop or Mill Work for buildings furnished upon applica tion, stair work and Fine Verandas h specialty, riense write or give us a call before eon tract in;; or purchasing elsewhere. Addn-ss XI. J". Baggs Jel,'Mi!m(i. Xjia.no.Toor Company. . lirlltfeiort,"lJfliiioit Comity, OIilo. RAHICK, the Furniture Man, HAS T1IK I aryest Stock and Latest Styles of Furniture i -rnoM Tiir:- A.. r . ll ... J Wmm ; CHEAPEST TO THE FINEST IN THE CIT1. Ciuuraut ct'tl I'Tie Ijowest Prleex of nil. OaUundHce uts nt n. a. mum i go., j VHimlacurcrtt of the Best' Iron Roofing Westward. , Marietta, lv. Warner Mnckslmrjr ! Dexter City , Caldwell Point Pleasnt Cambridge Kimlinlton W 1'nm.Ntnwn I PhlltlnHltiinr Canal Dover Valley June nr.. j Vnlley-Junc, lv.. Mnsslllon, ar M.uwillon, lv. ..... firrvlllc.ar Orrvllle, lv reston, nr , reston. lv. . I Welllnirton i Norwolk. ar : Norwalk, It ; Monroevllle , llellevno ; Clyde Fremont ......... Oak Harlsir Toletlo, ar a.m. N.S. . . .:an ...7:1 ...7:a- .. 7:.U ...I'M ...s:M ...:17 .. :4s . lu:rj .10:21 ..10:51 ..11:1.1 .11:24 T.m No. i. i:X S:2n n-.a 4:11 4:4 :20 fi:44 0:20 :3J .: ?:3 11:47 LEGAL NOTICE. - T n. McFARLAND, whose plne of rea y Idcnce and ixistolllce iMldn-ss Is SUeri lan, (iartleld Countv, Neliraska, will tke no tier that on the -Jstli day of July. A. 1. 1SSH, John Bru-cy anil Weatern Taylor tiled their ccrtnln application In wrlllnt! Is-forc Aaron I lead ley 4. P. within and for Adams township, 4:4a hiilemrnt. niriiriiKt snlt 1 W. II. McFarlaiid In ll:A0pm:IO favor of John Kracey and Western Tay lor.ren- ; deiva on the nth day f February. A. 1'. 177. by Ophas Jlnrt, J. P., for Hie sum of il 45 debt ami costs. Said application will lie for heart nc before I said Aaron Headlcy nt his olllce In tbe town of Cameron, in said county, on the 2nd day of Srptenilicr, ixxft, at HI o'clock it. m. tRltyffit7. JOHN HHACKY. By II. (. McOachii v, their A-fcnt. -12:10pm 0:25 12:.W ...1:10 ? .135 .'..!: ...1:. . .2:40 ... 11:27 .. H:32 ...1:14 ...4:02 ...4:17 ...4: .. 4:M . . . S:.1 P:Zl 10:05 10:14 H):45 10:4.5 11:3s a.m. No.4. I: 7:4K :nn :2lt 11:15 11 :-Tt l:flnrm. 1:45 11:27 4:t :ft5 rlM 4:4.5am. ' LEGAL NOTICE. K:. 0:25 IS:IOam7:15 12:10 7:25 7:S7 1-M 11:25 H-.4N :45 III the United Ktnh nml Jobbers CoxNK(-TioNS.-Tolrdo with all lines enter-In-the city. i Cox n BiTiojf s. Fremont, T. E. W. n. II : ! Clyde, I. n. C. It It; IMIernr, N. T. C i St. U It. R.; Monroevllle. B. O. It. It; Wei- nninon, j. u. V. I. R. R.: ('reston. N. Y.P. ALFRED IOOU whose pfnee of resldeneo and nostofllce address Is Vlleyvllle,Wet- Vu cM.Hl W . I I ..I. III ...1,. 1 1 j.. i .i.iiiii, ii mi i J, .in iifiw mil iit. that nn the 21st day of July, IMfifi, Marcnret Smith and Tlietslore Rm lnc ns the only heirs of Oeorite Swlnir, deeensed, flled their certain apallcstlon In wrltlnjj before C. A. Webb, J. P. within and for Salisbury township, Monroe Connty, Ohio, asklnir forlhu revivor of a Judg ment arainst said Alfred Pool In favor of said Oeorge Hwlnij, rendered on t be 2il day of May, WM, by Willlnm Workman, J. P., for Hie sum of ?U W debt, and ( 1 5 costs oT suit. Jin M application will ts for hearing liefore ' nnld C. A. Webb, J. ,1. at hlsolllce Ih the town ' of HenllsTlllei In said county, on the Kith day of Septeinberr I"'! l 0 o'clK-k a. ni. . MAIKJAHKT SMITH and THEDDOKK HWIXO. ( : By niitods & M.VbUihv, their Att'y ! July 27,'St7. a Felt and Rubber Koofing.M J"n,;,,,mj Valley It. 11,: Canal Dor.r, C. P. ' Building Piiiers, Iron Ore Paint, and Cement. I Jr.. D'I ..Vi.KR-i NowCmierstown, Send for Circulars and Price List. i Kt- ; R-ambrldire. B. A O. U. H.; i C-W & B It ft .naneiui, - LEGAL NOTICE. ' 122 1 Main r-i , "Wliofllnjx.W.Vw j W. A. Mrt'WY, Aetlnir Ucn. Pass. Airent. iiicli.!li..snm'i. jE3 EORtJK KIMPI.K. whose nbii-e of resl- vXdenceaud postolhce atklress is Pltlsliurirli, ATleKhcnv ('ounty, Pennsvlvania, will take mitW that ontlie 2nth day f July, isstl, The Clnrlmrton Planing Mill mid Fiu ul! nn- Com pany tiled a lH'titloii In Ihcoourt of common 1 . Picas of Monroe County, Ohio, iinliist.hlin . T3 f"Jf JPsm .' l ami otlwrs, wliereliv It socks to nwer' a me- !-. mim SO W. JEW. Cw. clianlc's lien iimi:i the billowing Ucserilie. premises situate In the town of Clarlngton, i Time Tabic, Taking KflVct Anj(Mst3, laaa.' Monroe- 't'ouiily, Ohio, to w!t: Twcoty-fonr feet otr .of the north side or lot lUimlH-r one, Z07t a in rtt., TVoai Sixth, ni)i-J7,'.Sliy. ZANKSTILLE, OHIO. Wils on & Chapman's , Is the place where Painters and Builders can purchase everything pertaining to House nulld in exirlusi v;:ly. from one c.ta!lis!ime'it., ConseipuMitly we can ol'er special Inducements. I - . . ' . .,i i. - PAINTBRS:SUPPLrES,PAINTS,OILS&QLASS, : Piilntji, dry or jrround. (all inlors); Unseed Oil, White Iead, Turpentine, Varnishes, Japan, Putty, tilass Brushes, Ready Mixed Paints In every shade; Alabastlne, all shades, and Fresco Paints. . Made only of Vic ;i:ti. nv.A hi t ily Of ;luss I'j' tiiiiii;v:! t- ' . Every gooi thiz.? is Cor,r:'-: feited,- and ocnsu'r.ors nm C ' u -TIONED against IMITATJOKd cf these CL'-mneye mado cf "vT-Ti" POOR GLASS. Soo that the exact label is on each chimney as above. The Pearl Top isalways clear and bright Glass. .. . ' ntannfhctnred OXI v Hy GEO. A. HI AGSETS & CO. rittaburgh l-enl Glni Works. . FOR SATiFi BY DEALERS. n"il-li.'X),'s:niO. . iVfr.dow Ghtss and Glazed P .lislied nnd Crystal Plate Glass I French und American Window and I'lctnrc Glass ' Builders Hardware, including Locks, Hinges. Nails, Window Fastenings, Arches, Gtjatcs, Sash, Weights, te. IH'IIJiKKS' WOODWOHK, Including Sash, Doors, Slmtters, Illlnds, Frame, MniiUllnirs, l'aiint.-s; Urackct, Stair-Kails, Twists, Newell Posts, Halnsters, (Vmntcrs and Shelving-, Weather lloiiidii.!;, Flisiriii);, Siding, c, Ac. ' write for I'rhier. 1215 3t iaSM 3Ialn r-itrcet, WlieellnK.' Went VlrRlnln. mcir'ii),'S!iy. . ;i ..-.r.. ..-it , . : ." b:;kkiikh of Pare Bred S Registered Herinos. Constitution, size, quantity nml quality of wisifu specialty. A pediwc with each snei'p from the c Hiin Itesister. Sec him or writ fir any Informaliou di-simt. A fine lot of younvj bucks for salu. au-ilSinS. S1EAMER pais TIME TABLE. SU.1f.XKII. Ienves Wheellnx Leaves Ilellalrc, ' 8 VXD AT TBIPS. Iiravea Whwllng Leaves HcTlnlre, .'..:: A.M. ...X:Vt A.M. .11 -.HI A. M. ...Vt:i."i 1. M. .. A:W p.X. ...!:m l'.Jt. ...7:: A.X. ..10:1)11 A. M. ...law r. x. . . AM I. M. ...l: 1. M. ..6:15 p.m. .. .8:! A. M. ..10:: A. x. .. 2-.m p. M. ..A toll P. X. . . o::a P. X. .9:00 A.M. No.i n. m. Znnesvllle, Iv. . .' S:mi. . II. A ( l. Junction N:i6. . Mill Hun Depot H:m.. Mcllride KM.. DeirenbauRli S:17. . Kmnhic Mine H:M.. Carlwick.... K:S2 ... .. Wiihelms .. s::l Senwriglit ...S:4.... .. Cimndlersvl'c S:y, Smiths !l:01.... .. Freeland 0:17 Hhepd'sinigell:l. Sprat u "!I:1H iSt.Chilr W:2.V... .. 1 CuiiilKTlnnd ::.... Hiinler. li:H ... . ... Jonlan ".l-.ts MK'Inrr. ...0:'w l-lle Valley l(l:f.... id M.Croslll:21 ! Caldwell . ..10:22.... - .. iOllve......,.10:ai Dnvall lil:. Perryopolls 10: sirliees. ...iii:4k. hsville 10:r2.... .. e ....II .-01 Mt.Kphnimll:;i ... .... Freedom lltlrl. Steamtown 11 :i Snmmernd,nrll::B summcrtld,lv ll::a... . ., Pryor. 11: Mero MlHll ltrlstcr lliffl.... lti;rkhart ...12:i...i Wise 12:ftV--- niinillUin..12:ll. ... Lewisvillc. 12:15 lluchnnan . .12:21 Kerr 12:34... Woodsfleld Tunnel Hill.... Sunflsh Or.ark Jerusalem ... Hutchinson .. lleallsvlllc Cralrapple ..... Allediiiiln Armstrong )'a pi inn . Uecket Kelsey Macnhsburgll.. Plpel'rwk. .. No. 4. No.li. Xo..s p. in. ... 2:) ..i.S:Sfi ... a:il7 ... 2:lfl .. .... ...2:31 .... ...2:.iK ...3:10 runnlnir' hack lift "-flvp. feet from fence on Fmnt stni't, the balance six ftvt wide to the alley, lo recover a Judgment lurnlnst said (ksirgi Kimple for the sum of .11 23, with In terest from the Wth day of- th-tobec, 13, and for the sale of salil premises. I'nlcss you answer sapl pel 1 1 Ion on or before the 23th day of Scptcinlrcr, tS-W, said petition will In taken .14 true mid Judgment rendered neeonllnuly. ci.HLnoN ri..vsixJ mii.i.and fuk- "Vi"2 NITCHK COMPANY. V Hy DnionsA MAl.MiitY.lts Atl'j-B.- llethel. Dun fee Irwin Crow Mnnlcton . i Ijisbley... .11:31 A. ..8:00 P. ..J:J0 p. .A:W P. JAMS B. CAMPBELL, dipt. July 27,'r-lT. UOlli, i. a; a c a 1 '-IF fflf S1 ""r An Inwaluabla Medl cin for Woman." LYDIA E. PIKKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPGUHD, Is t roe I tire Car Far ALL of those Painful j-. Lelicate CompliilaU and Jtti Complicated trouble and i nr Vives, uth- ! OF BEIiLAIRE, OmO, . Never allows customers to pass him for want of prices pn Painters' Supplies, Paints, Oils, He can furnish you Paints of all Colors, either dry orffround, Vamlslies, While Lrnd, Unseed Oil, Puity TiiriK'ntine, I'reneli or American Plate (ilas, Alalmstlnes of all shades, and Paints ; for Fresco work. W indow Sash already glazed, ami lu fact anything pertaining to house building. This Includes I BUILDERS' SUPPLIES; ThoaW. Lewis, Weisee Shady Side Pittsfi'hCoalW,k..S 27 IMialre A SO 12:11. ..12:52. ...12:3. ....!:. ...1:17. ... I r. ... 1 32 ... 1 J ... i k ...2 0. :,. 2 w. ... i 2H. .. i H2. ... 2 UK. ... 2 42. ... 2 4H.. ....a as.. . ..aw.. m.. .... M.. ... II.. .... IV. Ifl.. am 7:00 7:1 " .... 7:21 7-.SS 7--W 7:41 .... 7:48 .... 7:34 .... S-01 t4:21 .. . ..a:Sl.... .H:32.... ..:...., ..:ll.... . :2l.... . 40...? .."a.... .10 l.V... .10 24.... .10 40 ... .10 .... .10 M. ... ..7 nt...n m ... .7 W...11 11... .7 40 . .11 13..,. .7 47.. .11 34 ... 7 61 . .11 30 .7 34. ..11 M ... .7 : ..ii m.. . 03 . .11 47.,.. 0 ..11 31 . I...U 37.... 21... 12 -.... H 23 . .12 IS ... ..N:(M ..4:o ..4:13 .. 4:2 ..4:: . 4:43 ..4:Vi .5:13 . . 5:2ti ...5:10 ;.5:I4 . ..t:3H ..": ..ii:l .. ti:in ..una ..UK: .. 0:30 : ...7:15 . 3:43. .0:12.. . :20 . . 2s . .AM.. . H 40.: .. 57.. .7 04.. . 7 12.. , 7 20.. 7 27.. Westbound.. No.7. Locks, Hiii-res, Xnlts, Sash Welirhts. Sash Cords, firalcs. Arches anil Window Fnstevlmr. t Also, nay of the foll-itrlns wtsidwork: Sash. Doors, Hriickets, Kranies, Mouldlne, Newel Plisis. 'o:in:er, Slic'.vin'.', IV line and stairrnils. Kifher write or call on hlin ftir prices before going elsewhere. 'nit. 337 mul 250 Cor 32il aud I'nlon Sts. Jr27,HBr. . 05 MAIN STREET, Prf'lliilreilv PittxbVh Coal W'lw shrnly Side Wcpee Ijishley Mnpleton - ('row Irwin 4 Dtiufee .' llethel Pipe Creek .laeobsburg ......... Kelsev : IkTket Captinn Armstron-i Alledonla Crabnpple Iteallsville . .. Hutchinson Jerusalem Or.ark ... Kuntlsh rnnnel Hill..., Woodsfleld Kerr. Ihichn nan .... I,cwtsvlllc Hamilton.. Wise Burkhnrt llrister Mem...... Snmmcrfleid.nr. KoA KoJt. JCo.1. pm. pm. . am. ..1:W)....4:33... r00 ,.l'M....iOH.r ..1:45..;.4:47.. .1:49.. ..4 .M.. ..1:34 ... 4:33 . ..2K... 5:02.. ..2 07.. ..5 0(1.. .2 11.... 10., 3 15.... 5 14.. 21.. 23 ; . . .A H4.. .5 40 ' '-hVr,ITIS A K0VFRK FREIC1I 'l J"1 " ir.a if.tT.:. t : h a vmtT esjuT nzir nc PRKasurcr, axb uimn .- VWOIniBAl.'DATBaULABMUaTHIJAl.l'lClUlll, C VER I0C0 LAOIES IN PHILADELPHIA il , testify s to its rocd QualttiM. It is a rteU'K'e . ..-T to testify about but ws iiave tucir aamta. ( -; ?or all weaknenaes of U geccrotive organs' of '''.tar tex, it la second to no remedy that hrla ov -r l .i before the public; andforOLdi:amot.K!iid n-yt it is the Crtatcst Etwedu in Me Uorld. I .-tYSICIANS PRESCRI3E IT Fftf ELV. lie pttrpoM fa MnMy frr ti lifmcie ".'.- or ? cuaeoTiit (IHTtlirfofpain,andt!oct Al T.it,-:.(. It will eure entirely all OvarleiUT'Y -itTB.il ' 'J -Ir..inmatton and Cloeration, Fa.Ur- ana 1 'rt sumta; and conseijuent bptnal V.'c ': cr, : tioularly adapted to the Chai-.eci I ifs. " . WEARY. WCKHSN FSJ.TC IT.' It rcmovee Falr.teees, FlatoTcunT-, d'-' r-. . ins for stimulants, and relieves V, cr!;-....- j cf ac'a. Itourea Bloetlng, Eotlac: ;r. Ki-'- r. :. Ucn, General Debility, BiotTic"" 1" rr.Tcr i: Indigestion. That feeling of bcarinp w.-. c pala. and backache, a pcnuruaeivtly crjou uy . Afl AMCE'-r f: -tP-Y. It ii absolutely asaib cere fer r !H": s r To r r c-i" . InchidinglcucorrhoM,irrerr.Irrnrd r...:iTi.i i;... . ation, Inffommation p::d C-ccrtJ-'cit t'.3 Vf:it. flcoding, prolapms tjfc.-t, I ..lt crnitir. urn e:i etr.n'-o that ia liamrtu. In tuj-nr d vx. $1. (3 for IJ5) In I.lqchl, ril! c; 7 i-rr Tnr-n. Vo aunlly chog''.-lTwHhcrtT.7:T Vr.TWnr iTr UYZ&PTTiTfi. "i hey cure c-7urt' , . I-.. ,. .,:.-. ' and torpidity of the liver, IStci: p;7 lox. All these world.v-, erlc-nter! ir "cot ie r n? ttiiiti" nurtured at Lynn, Kaes. The Co- --.aurd : . u losengea and pillf ), I Ivcr p;:j arrt Fatr.rfTO '.y ... can be sent by mail en receipt cf i r'.-a, SoH f.y Crnr?.-.tj.-i';1 9mA stamp ftr rTi.'"PlaVhva. 'Ouid-1? E.vlt: and ConfldenVal rnar,.''it':t'jert:ra ci ft and aymptoma of weaknr a, la., 'r.i .w Jt?cr. TltY ftOODH. TT7 rT"!' I' IT 1 ' 'IT B. K O B H L E R, ' ' . - ' ' KEEPS ON HANDS Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Summcrflcld, lv. stenmtown Freedom ANKHVIIiliK, OHIO,' .MU Kphnilm j. ctountr. .,,,. ,.. Morrison's Mine. DKALKK IS Siimhsville I ViMirlilra. "rerryoisius llnvall . Olive ! Caldwell Clover, Timothy, nine Crass and other Farm . iii-lVan"!!.1!1;; MrClure... .Ionian Hunter. CumlK-rlnml SU Clair. Spratts Htieppanl'snidise Kre'liind Smiths Cliandlersvllle Scawriuht al.riii...i...u I Carlwlck. ' In Eastern, Ohio. ' llmlno Mln. . . . I JVn"enlmUf!i .Mcitrlde. :. I Mill Run Depot... 11. 4 O. Junction... Xnncsvillc, nr Slate and Iron Mantels,1 Haidwaie, cScc. -ALKOr Hats, Caps, Queensware and Glassware, 1 3B"u.ilca.ers Will And In Stock the most varied ondcxten . sive line of Mantels nniftl.'Sfitl. " NOTICE TO TEACAERS- rpiIR llonrd of Kxiimlners of Monroe Conn- j ' X ty, Ohio, will hold meetings for the exam- Inatlon of Teachers, as follows: ! New Castle Saturday, Septcmhcr II, 1SXB. Benllsvllle Saturday, Siplenilier Ik, ISSii. : Brownsville Saturday, September 23, lwil. J Staffonl Saturday, Octolier 2, ISSK. Woodsfleld. .... Saturday, Ochilier fl, 1.SS0. Examinations to commence at 8 o'clock. W. T. W001. ) I . U A. WITTEN, firnniiirrn. 1 aug24,tKltd 1UP.YOHO, ) I .. am.. . 5 HO.... ..5 !.... . 5 30 ... ..a 5S ... .. w... .8 II ... . . iv . . . .. 29 ... . B 37 ... .6 48 ... . .7 W. . . . ..7 0... ..7 0S... .7 22... ..7 S7 ... ..7 47... ... 3.1... . . 02 ... .. 15... . 8 24 ... . 27 . . . ...8 37.... ..8 .... ..8 35 ... . . (B ... ... IB ... .. 84 ... .. .. 3S i.. .. SR.... .10 07... . 10 10 , . . .10.20... ...2 24 ... its. ...2 30. ...S 41. ...a 4. ... 10. ,...8 20. 8 HO. ... 8 43: ... 4 03 i. ..4 M. ...4 24. ..484. ....4 SO... .7 03 ...4 54.. ..T 0 ... no .... 24 ....84i.. ; ...851.... at - . ....0 ttl ... Hi.... ...8 11 ... 24.;.. 82 43.... ., LEGAL NOTICE. WIMJAM JONKsT whose' lsis'lomre ml. dress nnd Place of residence 1 Sliver If 111, Wetxcl 'ounty, Vent Vlrutnla; Susan, i Bah I'cires. whose lxKoille addres and plaeo nf residence Is Inc Tree, Tyler Comity, West . Ta.; James K. Ilaucht, ned about nine years, whose postoflic nildress and place of residenc Is Ixing Iteach, Tyler County, West Virginia: liosena HanirhU whose place of resdence and postofTiee address Is Wlleyville, Wetxel Coun ty, West Vlrrtinlaind ArlundH.Miirphy.wliotie fmstofllco nddeess is unknown, will take no Ice, that nn the 12th day of AuctisU Hv, Wil llnm E. Schoonover, as Administrator of-the estatf of Polly Jones, late of Monroe County, Ohio, deceased. Hied his petition In the I'm hnto Court if Monroe County, OTilo, ainilnst them nnd the other heirs of said Polly Jones, deeensed,- asking for nn order to sell the fol kinif described rent estate of which said de cedent died seized, situate ill Monroe Counts, Ohio, to Witt . A part of the north half of the northwest quarter nf acctton fifteen,' township two of ranee four: eominencl-.iir nt tU northwest- 'corner of said half nuKi-trr: thence-south twenty rods; the.mre cost forty-elcht rods; thence north twenty rods; tltenee west forty elirht rods to the place of beginning, contain Ine six acres, more or bus. i- Said sale Is asked for tlve purpo" of pnj'lu? the debts of mild didriit and ctwt' of admln-ndmlnlstratlon. f ITnless vii nnswer said petition on or hrfhre turn .1:12 is :m ! "nce .1:27 .8 81 83 l i 4H ! 30 I Art to tn to m k vi ill i2 be taken as true and iudKtnent rendered ac- 5S- -S cirtllnKly. Its n Si WIl.UAM K. SCIHXiNOVfR, - So ' 10 S7 A,,m,T of the estate of Tolly Jones, deceased. 8 87.. .11 04 8 44... II 11 6 52 . ,11 10 ...II ai ...11 88 .11 48! .11 il .12 fti ...12 15 .12 19 ...12 S3 a. 13 27 ...12 31 .12 41 ...12 47 ,-..1 00 ....1 00 ....I 87 ... i ....I 81 .1 82 tieai.tt7. - . t Diuo'is it M nwrtr, Att'ys. PK0HAT1'; NOTICE.; . Aeeounts and rouchcra have licen flled In the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, by the followine Administrntora, (his rd inns, ant Tnistee, to-wit: 1'irst partkil account nf -N AVIlllam Clans', fluanllan of the minor heirs of William Cum, Jr;, decenseil. ; Third partial account of Jacob Zwlirart, . -Ouimllan of John Zwimirl, an Inilwclle. . Final account or Milton IX linker nnd Hen ry K. Wlndlaiul, adm'rs of the estate of John Baker, deceased. Third partial account of John O. . Kroblscli, ruardlnn of John Frederick Krohlseii. 8 ml- l -in nr. ... .1 44 ! Kinnl account of John Adam lhirkhnrt, ml ... .1 50 mlnlstmtorof the estate of Michael Welscnd, 1 5tl 1 Jr.. deceased. . .2 07 i Kirst partial account of I. W ltlley.'jninrdlan ,"..110 of Henry H. and Louisa A. Moore, minora. . ....211, Second partial account of Stephen HoiiKhnef ....ISt as (junnllau of Mary Holland, an Imbecile. 2 83 . Si-cond partial account of Christian Cehrs, . 4.1 itunnliaii of Kdvmrd, Ixiulsa John and Ja '....2 48 -eob Stalder, minors, nnnl as-to Edward nnd ... 2 57 i Louise M. - -- "....8 07 Final account of Mnthew Moore, as Trustee ... .8 14 ' of the property of Mathcw Moore, Jr., a non ....8 17 resident minor. . . . .8 23 . Fourth mirtlnl account of Pavld McKelTy, . . 8 82 as Ouardlan of Samuel A. and llenson A. . . . .8 88 Uren, Minors, final as to Samuel A. .'. .8 44 Final m-count of Frit Itecf, ns (iuardian of ... 8 62 Catharine Mooso, an liMlieclle.-. ... .8 51 Final account of John HueRscmrer, as Ouar ...:4 07 dlnn of Anilrew Meeker, iin lmlH-lle, ...,4 18 First partial account of Ocoritc I.nde, tw 4 17 Onanlliin of Frederick William and Christian 4 24 Albert Meyer, minors. .-. . .4 23 1 Flnnl aceiuut of William J. Moore, as Ounr ...'.4 80' dlnn of Matthew Moore.tr.,n minor. Any perwui Inten-sted may tile wrlttn ex cept ions to said accounts, or any Item thereof. on or neiore ine zu nay oi i s-ioocr iicm, w ucn the same will lie fully heard and continued I. ii. nrnoooN, lleeelver nnd (Jen. Manager. J. M. MILLER. Action tlen. I'ass. Ajent. i from day to day until disposed of. - . A. J. PEARSON, Prolate Judge Monroe County, Ohio. Aiiff. K.'siltu I Frederick Ketfa-rer vs. Simon Dorr ct al. . -AND- XOTICE OF AP0INTJIENT. , Jiotatr 0 VnUj) Joiim, l)rcetw1. rpiIE undi'rsipned has l;ien npwihited anil X oimllflcd ns Adniinlstnttor of the estate of Polly Joncs.latcof Monroe Count v, dec "d. Pated this 171 h day or AniniFt. A. . 1S.-H. augl7,'8oU. WILLIAM E. KUO0N0YKK. GROCERIES, FLOUR, CANDIES, TQBiCGO.CIGARS&CANNED GOODS,' I buy my goods for Cash and will sell to my customers at : x Rock Bottom Prices for Cash or ppr bred Produce.- Call and gc in" !tfn- p'ii-c'i:-liir rlxW?r. ' 1 k'p nn sUOODV GUOi'S :t IJr' ICMitl tYf-Hli'V!. " 1 - 1 . decS,'S0y E. KOEHLER, Opposite Eagle floua rnUe utreet, Yood0f1el4, OIilo, Sellers Liver Pills. Act Ilirccily on iIicLiTer. CBr.T-i ClUMJ AND FiVKIt, DTSPETSIa, SickIIr4Dciic, Eium-s Colic, ConsTirA- TIO!t, ltlI KATI., ril.r.S. TALriTATlOH oFtnltrr, Dixmsk-' Toann Ij-nm, Coat Towr, Bi.rtn.sSNrss, and all DisloT:tsI.iVillA"'ii SroTJACtt. If j yoa donot-fr l v-.ry vt.l." iingle pill t bej-tlnw st'm-.i:nl!- :n r.o:nncn, ramres Ui appetite, imprt5 ti.-ao tho system. They enra aU ii! l' we'e. Oct IhtrfcUtklnd. tLL'.:: '.IJVKU TILLS. Sold br drn st. .--vt! or c:rcniar. SELLKBS liiDIC!' 2 l..r::tbnr5n.rs. BYA-lrlne of a certain onlerof sale Issued from the Court of Common Pleas within and for tho county or .Monroe and state ot fklilili. In n I....U. noii.llmr In ittl f'tHirt. Im. Wflfll the nlsVf named parties, and to me directed, j 1 Y virtue of acertnln order of sale Issued will, otter for sale nt public auction at tne ' , SHERIFF'S SALE. IVbornti Hendenihot 4 ami vs. ' ' Adam Sherman A alio. east dcsirof the court house In Woodsfleld, on Rtttiirtlit!.; thr Uth nf fifjittmhrr, 1SH8, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and I o'clock p. m. of said day, the Mlowlny: le- "' Legal notice. ritllK unknown heirs of Josi-ph y.cVey, ite ! JL ciased, wlm are supposed In redde in tht , State of Wisconsin, will lake notice, that on Monday the 5th day of July, IS, lanmretJ. Hearth and Hurley Dearth minor children of Mary Ann Ih-arth, nee McVcy, deceased, by V their next friend, William Hearth flled tlielr f iietitlim nuMliixt said unknown heirs of Joseph McVey, deva'd, and Hi" other heirs of Mnr : piret McVey. diiitiscd. In the Omrt of Com., mon Pleas of Monroe County, nlii.i, ssklnt for partition N'tween plaintiirs and John Me- ' Vcy of the South west quarter of tbe utli East iiiiarU-r of section 'ill, township 4 of ratine .4, In Monroe County, t iliio; nnd pruylmt for a flmllnr; and deerci; of the Court that said nn ' known heirs have no. interest in said prein ; Ises. Uuless you answer said ietltion on or is-iorv i ne 4in uay oi rvptcmwr, i, tnesame will lie taken ns true, and Judgment rendered aecordlnirly. MAIUIAltKT J. Dfi.VJtTH nndH.VUI.EY DE.VKTII. Hy their next friend, WI I.I.IAM IEA ItTII. July 6,'siit7. Umnoa A Malloiit, Att'ys. ' -' I from the Court of Common Pleas, within and for tbe eimnty of Monroe, and State of Ohio, In a rase pending in said court Iwl ween the ilsive named parties, and to me directed I ill ofl'er for sale nt public auction nt the wciik-k p. in. ni i "., "-r east uoorH me noun nmise in n oohkiic m, m OhiLo w : i t ' i Saturday Ihr 1M day of Hcptcmbrr, Pm. Prt-ffl!; lot numlM-r 2 I wentr-aeven In the i between the hours of HI o'clock n. in. and 4 town of WtHslsflcld asdescrllied on the plat of o'clock n. m- of said day, tbe followtnc de said towii. Isrrilicdrenleslnteslluate.ln Monmo County. Also, the west part of lot nmulier sixty- i Ohio, to wit : elirht, bciiij; thlrtv-slx feet deep ami the width i The southwest quarter ;if the southwest I of said lot In said town of Wodstlclil, county ! quarter of section ten 10, In township Ave of . of Monns' Stnte of Ohio. ij rnntreflvr,contiilnlnirfrfy scrctt, morrnrtess. Said pmpertvsoonlcreiltoliesoWlsappnila.: , The nmterty so ordenil to lie sold is ap el nl-'.7.i(Lnii(l ina vs-llf(rtwo-hlr.lsrf said nrnlsril at 84MO. and may aell for Iwo-thlrda appraisement. Terms of sale, Cash lie fore con- i.rsald appraisement. Term of sale, Cash be ll rnmt Ion. Lons KUijnEnaEn, nuirlO,Sliw3. HhcritT M.CO. C. E. Kkttkkbk, Atlj. . Aim MMiltrmntlnn. IXI17IS Sl'Ii'BEItnF.n, anem,Tw3. -is . . Sheriff M. C.O. 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