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Subject: [OHPICKAW] Local Dept.: 1875 Pickaway Co.
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 20:33:22 -0500 (EST)
Democrat and Watchman
Feb. 12, 1875
TEACHERS - At a meeting of County Board of School Examiners, last
Saturday, there were twenty three applicants, and certificates were
granted as follows:
Ira W. MCCOLLISTER, twenty four months; Sophia MORRIS, J. R. BEAVER,
Charles E. JULIAN, J. L. HOOVER, D. W. JONES, G. H. PONTIOUS, twelve
months; Mary MCMULLEN, Jennie DARST, Tillie HINTON, Etta ALLEN, E. H.
CHERRINGTON, Jacob W. HEDGES, Rachel GULICK, W. A. PARKS, E. P. HOOVER,
S. C. HUMEL, Lou J. BENNETT, Mary MURPHY, Allie CROMLEY, Mary CROMLEY,
E. F. RYERSON, John NOTESTONE, six months. Ten failed to pass.
STOCKSHIPMENTS - Last Monday, 8th.ins., W. HOLDERMAN shipped from this
city, eight cattle, averaging, 1.375 and 88 hogs, averaging 285 pounds.
On Tuesday, A. WEAVER shipped 31 cattle, average 1,450; J. NEEDY, 29
cattle, average 1,475; WALKER & CARTMILL, 193 sheep, average 103, Ten
of them Leicester, averaging nearly 200; J. REED, 162 hogs, averaging
On Wednesday, J. NEEDY shipped from Wilmington, 42 cattle, averaging