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LOCK K Ac KROTII EIS,
fiffin, fharsday fe. Si)' 2.
HT?tary Htiertnan ihuhI Uke carr.
I'ji litre fellowH re rrtld for Miov
lnjj out the dollar of the daddim.
Th Deflatics Jtrmw-mt advocates
the uoaiination of Hou. V. IX Hill,
if Defiance, a a eamli.late for Ccn-frn-KH
in the 5th District.
The Ohio I,ej;ihlature Iim not yet
r- ilixtricled the tate. It doe not
move under the order of Ham. Man
dull, ut lVaucylvariia, m promptly as
I). B. Icke liaa afiimil editorial
and liunii.ees mntrol of the Toledo
Kveniug Wad'- and Morning Com
menial. The change will result in
The Democrat reorganized the
Ou'.i.l Ioaaue H-ital at Coluiuhus,
hat after removing a uood tuan from
the clung of it have tieen unable to
Ii:iJ any one to take Ida plane.
Ks-Oov. You UR will lie a candidate
forOiugrefta iu Ciiiciuuati thin fall
If he makes half a good a Congreeit-
.nau aa he did ( Joveruor he will fill
the hill. We liotje he may succeed
VLia whaneine about the "fraud"
la regard to the I'reidency is an
aiuuaeuieiit that certain Democrat
like Moutgouiery lilalr seem to Uke
(lcial delight lu. It la rather Had to
add, however, that un one of any
Thofl. Jeffenon In to have a ?'..
monument aa C-ourehH hax decreed
it. In the meantime, the great mon
ument to the "Father or his country'
mill ia not half completed aud topple
on au iuHuflioinnt -foundation, l'er
haixi it la enough to "live in the hearU
of hiti countrymen."
We. have received "Fifteen Veara in
Hell" from the publUhern, Meera.
Tilford & Carlon, Iudiauaoliii. It ia
the autohlocraphy of the great tem
perance orator, Luther lieoaon, writ
ten hy kimaelf, book of the moet
alorbiug iutereat. Carey Times.
An ''autobiography written by him
self." What would 11 be if it were
not written by biiuaelf ? Him ply a
Mra. Prettldenl Hayea explained at
Philadelphia that while ahe doc no!
urn. wine herself, nor allow it to be
uned iu her family, he baa no objec
tion to other people using It if tbey
think proper to do so. In ehort ehe
enjoyx herself In her own way and
fully aucorda the name privilege to all
'Hi la ia a "nico" world politically.
A man can not advocate Hay en' policy
milem be la charged with having or
expecting to have an office. He can
not oppoae the aald policy without be
ing called a aore-head from tbe loan of
au ofllce or a failure to get one. With
all thi confronting him what can a
good Kjuare fellow do except to be
neutral, evn if he la a good Republi
Hon. Cbaa. Foster on Monday in
troduced a bill Into Uie House relative
to war claims agalnat the Govern
ment. It provides that uo claims
shall by paid for property taken, used.
Injured, or destroyed by military
forces in the course of military opera'
lions la time of war ; and after Janu
ary 1st, ISSO, no claims against tbe
United States shall be audited, al
lowed, or paid by any authority un
der the United State nnlesa duly pre
eeu ted for allowance witbln ten years
cfter claimant bad a right to present
Charles Franols Adams state to
New York Herald reporter, that be
wants things as regards tbe Preslden
cy to remain lu statu ouo-lhat no
attempt should be made to go back of
the decision of tbe Electoral Com
uiisalon. Having spoken, we hope
this man of three names will drop in
tu bia original obacurity, aud con
tlune to muse on the idea that be la a
great man. He is of no use to the
c mutry now, and never baa been of
Uie, and bia opinions are of no value
ou auy subject except bis own great-
The Kdinou shirking machine has
been exhibited to Congressmen. That
is barren ground for machlue talking
1 be average Congressman iuaiuls ou
doing bis own "chining" and won't
hear of anything in the machine line,
Mr. iMiisou, let us whisper In your
ear : Just iuveut a machine that
will abut oft nine-tenths of the Con
gressioual blab. The people will rise
up as one man and oall you blessed
aud force Congrnea to make you an
The papers that are making fun of
tbe report that there was a large
DemocraUo organization ready to at
tempt to seat Tlldeu In case the Presi
dent of the Senate should declare the
vote by dropping cut certain States
ou which questions had been made,
are slightly "off color." Tbe fact is
there wa not only a strong Demo
cratic organization of that character.
but thrre was likewise a similar Re
publican one in Hayes' iuterest. Tbe
Kleotoral Commission did away with
any use for either.
i lie opnogiieia tu.j ntnniMus. an
swering the objection to the Herald's
platform that It has no reference to
the President In It, says : "Tbe PresI
deut believes that every tub should
stand on its own bottom, aud is will
ing to conform to tbe rule." Cleve
Well, now, people naturally sit ou
lueir that Is to say tbey don't
stand iu that kind of a way.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's special
crop reports fqpm Ohio, Indiana,
Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania
aud West Virginia, ludicate a bounti
ful yield of grain and fruit. It says
iu substance :
While tbe peach crop on low lands
is reported damaged to ao extent of
prebvbly 50 per cent, apples, cherries,
etc, with but row exceptions.
are reporiea to uo in an ex
iioui condition. Our reports
biiuw targe increase In or
cnara acreage witbln tbe past five
years. Tbe total acreage of Ohio la
over wu.uuo, being an increase witblu
vuo limn njicuuni oi nearly Z-) per
cent. Grapes, although not far
eoougn aovanoeu to allow an ac
curate estimate or luture prospects,
re eaw to tie in good condition.
. i.i o yiem is promised,
The enure fruit crop, like all
otber vegetation, Is fully three weeks
dvacoed in development over former
seasons. Tbe report bave been gath
ered anu complied with care, and may
ue renea upon as accurate as Is possi
Bible to obtain them.
KlDMEY DlSEAES, DBOPSY, and
all Diseases of the Urinary Organs are
cured by Hunt's Remedy. Hun
dreds who bave been given up by
Oieir Physicians to die bave lieen
oured by Hunt's Remedy. All Dis
eases of the Kidney's Bladder and
Urinary Organs, are cured by Hunt's
Te are aemewbat surprised ;t,at
the Cleveland llartdd-n excellent
newspaper, and quite reliable should
lre auy credence to tbe "smart" let
ter let tbe Toledo Sunday Journal
fMirporting i be from Mr. Zsller.
Tbe HcrtUd says :
Zeller, tbe Tiffin defaulter, has writ
tea home from Canada that be will in
time ay ail bis debts, and that tbe
taut shall, In tbe end, lose nothing.
This saay be .news to some of our
readers aa it reads, but then -there Is
uo troth ia it. ;
I'reuideiil Hayt-8 lia-i Irf-wi inter
viewed hy a reniiylvaiila Ilptilill
caii. 1 he order of Mr. Haji-w, :a.-t
year, in reference to nlVme-holderH
will lie rememiereI, which, a f!.
ftrued, Hhut thera nut from coutrlhiit
iUK money fortholejfiiimatuexperiMejt
or the campaign, and deprive-l them
or their riKtita an citizen to take pail
in cairj.ai?nn. The following nho
that tbe order wan niincouHtrued, ami
wa only intended to prevent the
packing of convention!) and the cor
rupt ue of oflicialrt to farther theendH
of cM'i'Jch. The nuUilance of the in-
Urview in e follow :
The only difference hetweeu the al
minintratloc ami eome other Itepuhli-
cuh hitherto han bee.one of methodH.
The Kiecutive order alluded U wan
Jexigued to let faithful effiuen on
derataud that their fir?t alleciance in
to the Koverumont and ils interest,
and not to riartlos. Auto contribute
a reXrtOLaUe share out of their in
come! to meet the expennea of the
campaign, there can I no ol jectiop
to that. It cannot be deuiau.Jeu uu
der pain of removal as hitherto ; any
ofllcer may give or not an lie pleam
without arfectinj; bin tenure of ofllce.
I exect to contribute my proportion
Ui the campaign expeiim, aud
there will he no ohieotlcn if othcr
holding office do the tame. In
fact I Hhould he pleased if they would
do ao. Ofuca-holden ought not to in
terfere o aa to overrule the wlahea of
the people aud euhject Republican to
the alternative of voting fr ohnox
iouo candidate or submitting to party
Llefeabj. Ttio order forbidding oHl-
cera of the Government to particl-
pate in tulaaort or thing will he vlg
hrounij niiwCT, mn alter mi cmnai-
dates are fairly In the field without
tbe aid of conventions packed with
ofilce-bolders acting at the beck of
the dominant clique of politicians,
there will be no objection if federal
office-holders do their ehare of the
work, so long as it do. not Interfere
With their official duties.
The Republican papers In Ohio are
agitating themselves on the subject of
endorsing President Hayes or not do
lug It wben tbe Bute Convention
meets. Very good papers are opposed
to doing It, aud tbe same may
be aaid of those advocating an
endorsement. Our Impression is
that the question should not be
touched In tbe Convention at all.
President Hayes does not need au
endorsement and would care nothing
for one. The masses of the people
are divided on tbe subject of Hayes'
policy honestly divided and bence
tbe question should not come up In
any form, rnoee relieving iu nir.
Hayes bave tbe same right to ask for
an endorsement that those who do not
believe In him bave to ask that be bo
denounced no more, do lees. What
tbe Republican parly wants aud
must have, If It succeeds, ie harmony
in its ranks and no question should be
lugged In that would tend to create
ill-feeling or a division.
Wltb unity the Republicans of Ohio
can sweep the Htate mis nui anu
largely Increase their representation
In the lower bouse of Congress. Then
let us all drop our little two-penny
ideas of endorsement or noti-endorse-ment
of President Hayes and settle
down to square work for tbe principles
of tbe Republican parly and success
In the State and Congressional elec
tions this fall.
Tbe Cleveland Pttin Dealer baa tbe
We knew that fraud was practiced
in Florida, for did not IndexerNoyes,
who is getting his pay for bis roguery
as Minister to France, go to Florida
Just after tbe election ?
Perhaps the editor of the Jiain
Dealer bad better not be so free in
mouthing about frauds. He was Sec
retary of State when tbe "soldiers'
Volo," due Uils uuuutv, waa uii
ed, so that the Republican ticket
honestly elected was defeated
There is a certain richness in this
t.iat might be ventilate!. Please let
up on frauds.
The State Journal intimates that
the Republicans who do not want to
endorse Hayes bave failed la getting
appointed to office. Well, tbe chief
editor ami ownor of the Journal did
get au office and holds on to it, bence
the paper wants to endorse. Both
these conclusions are silly, but the
second naturally follows tbe first.
Let endorsement or anll-eudorse
ment alone. Republicans must drop
each trivial matters and seek to defeat
Dr. Gundry, Kup't of the Central
Ohiolusane Hospital, has been re
moved to make place for a Democrat.
He still has the hospital in charge,
however, as tbe Democracy bave not
yet round a man who wishes to take
the resouslble position singly and
alone. Dr. Gundry haa bad a life
experience in caring for tbe insane,
and there was no reason for remov
ing bim, except that he was a Re.
publican. It is very kind la him to
bold ou, thus helping the rewrgauiza
tlou Democrats out of a bad scrape.
rresiaeni nayee' wild is a woman
who believes in temjerauce aud Is
consistent In It, She has, however,
sufficient tact not to make herself
ridiculous on the subject and conforms
to tbe customs that obtain at Stale
dinners. For doing Ibis she has been
brutally insulted by a Washington
temperance society which adopted
her name shortly after her arrival in
Tbe society adopted the following
A meeting of the Mrs. R. B. Haves
Temperance Society was held Friday
nigui, anu me following preamble
and resolutions were adopted :
Whekkas. During tbe visit of the
Grand Dukes Alexis and Constan tine,
Russia, to this city, they were en-
teriaiueu uy me rresldeut and Mrs.
Hayes, at tbe Executive Mauslou :
Whereas, On that occasion Mrs. Ii.
B. Hayes refused to allow wine to be
used at Uie dinner given iu honor of
tbe Dukes, and declared that here
after "no wine would be allowed at
state dinners :" and In honor of that
noble declaration this society was
formed and named The Mrs. R. B.
Hayes Tempereuco Society, of tbe
District of Columbia, and has been
the means of doing great good ; and
w iierbas, un tne occasion of a ban
quet given at the Union League Club,
Philadelphia, Mrs. Hayes said: "I
do not use wine or liquors myself nor
my family, but I have no tuoueht
shunning those who think or act
differently. It Is a mistake to think
that I should want to be so dictato
rial. I want people to enjoy them
selves in the manner that is most
pleasing to them ;" and
wuEjiBAS, She countenanced tbe
use of claret punch at dinner, on
board the excursion steamer on tbe
ueiaware river: therefore, be it
edvcd. That this anclotv
discards the name of Mrs. R. B.
Hayes, and pronounces her a i-nmi
plete a fraud as her husband.
The Antecedents of Disease.
ittOBc the anteneileuta of disease are In
ertness In Uie hxuUUiou of the blood, au
unnaturally attenuate condition or the
pliyKiijue, ludiUug tiial the life current la
diflcloiit in Dntritlve proivrllg. a wan.
iiunril luok, luaiHilty to d;i;ut U.e food,
ol aiipeiiio. Hleen and humiijU.. aiij &
runnLiuu ui uiiuHiunu languor. All Lueae
may be regarded as among the Indicia of p
proacliliiK disease, wliK-u will eveuluully
atff tbe ayktent and overwlieliu U, If It U
vlifoiale. then, wllliout kins ,rf t,Iu, luakiue
chukwof Uienrealei vitajtrlUR naeut ex-
' " "" lliturn. uu elixir
jylilcli luu given liealiii and lK. to myr
iads ol the uli'lt aud d.,i,ini.i..i
avoh(vl by pliyKicians and .uuiVhui to l
pure un well u eUedlve. which U imiuenw.
impularla Uiln otmiitry, nud exu-nalve-ly
uaed abroad, aud vblch liaa teen for
years it one ot ttieloiulli.u i.
Mr. Fouke, of tbe Signal, has been
Kipolnted postmaster at Napoleon.
Is worthy of the plars and we eon-
MATTERS IN GENERAL.
John Morri-ey hu -lri
with tiaraly-H aini proi ahi v
O'ltary. the pedutr!i, U-.t Thus
rliir nmlnp romi.let. a walk of ITiM
miles ill sixty hirtira, at Dol.lin.
t-.... ..,. -i..-.. ii.. -,..1
of March were ruination to Kn?''"0
and French fruit grower
aliout the fruit '.' Tin rejuirt is un
Mra. Mary Ilewen, of
!'' yoarn old ou the
urn i-he had
; other vihitor- wv ..! r.
j mr,ritrl s.r f.. nior, wh
n'.'t Hten Hni-e thev Wcr
it - I. . i. .
Horace I.anhaju. of Shorenam, t.,
uinl the otiif r nay ai me agf -i iii:'h- ,
ty, Ieavitu u farm .f I,!'"! ao.-i-i. hinl i
aa estate of ;7ri all acr-iiratilHted !
Thirty thoutaud ton- of freih t-etrf
an.! ixiutt.n, w..rth . ::"., -. were
imported inU Orcat I'.riUin from
thii country ilurloi: 1ST7. The bulk of
it wan sold by the butcher sh "prime
According to Gov. Kinorj, of 1'tah,
polygamy is on the decline among
tbe Mormons, aud he gives a peculiar
reasou for the decline. It is attributa
ble neither to missionaries nor to
Itibles, but to the growth among
Mormon women or a taste for extrava
gance and dres. Tho re.-ult is that
the average Mormon liuds it alsmt all
be cau do to maintain ouo wife.
The electric light Is to lie given a
- - " - , . ""I.IIT1 TTTT, ufW,
of the largest carpel mill.'.. In Clovo j
lam), where tho luuchlue, which has
been secured, wan exhibited, the ef
fect is said to have been most brill
iant. Tint light is claimed to be uni
form and steady, and as pure and
while as tbe light of the suu. The
cost is almost trilling lu comparison
with the present prices of gas.
A Bismarck, Dakota, eKcIal trans
mits uu account of three distinct
shocks of earthquake at Gleudove, un
tbe Yellowstone, on the loth. They
occurred at Intervals or half au hour.
The ground opeued for a distance of
500 yards, with a stilling smell of sul
phur. Tbe crevice revealed a coal
vein five feet thick.
A retfrter convened with Mr.
IJeecher at the close of tho prayer
meeting, last Friday, In Plymouth
Church. Reedier read a carefully
published article shown him, aud
said, with a slight show of annoy
ance : "It is nonsense." Then, after
a moment, he added, "There may be
those who intend to pursue these
meu, but I am not one of them. How
hungry theee newspapers are ! If the
least bit of scandal shows anywhere,
It is like a piece of carrion In the
woods. Iu less than a minute there
are more than lirty Hub about It-
There are said to be letters iu exist
ence that are very damaging to Til ton
and Moultoa, but I know nothing of
As late as 6 o'clock last evening no
man from Ohio bad applied for tbe
vacant Presidency of the Western
Union Telegraph Company. Wash
ington J)St. Waiting for tho funeral.
Gil. Qazdtc. Obioans bave a little
native niodtsty. Rut then, como to
think, they need Dot apply their abil
ity recommends them.
C. W. Evers, of the Bowling Orecn
Sentinel, arrived home on last Katur
day evening, and is confined to tbe
bouse with bilious or intermittent
fever, resulting from a severe attack
of cholera morbus while at San An
tonio Texas on his return. He reports
wheat and rye beaded out, corn knee
high to a hors and yr.ung leaches
as large as quail eggs in Texas ; also
that wheat and oats look well on tho
whole route home, with a large acre-
ago of spring crops being put out..,
A young tramp in company with two
or three others or the same stripe,
boarded the south bound freight train
at Perrysbtirg, Tuesday morning of
last week, anil rode nut as far as the
wood pile, ntur R tachloii, where the
traiu slopied lo take wood. The
youug fellow iu question got off the
train and commenced to help throw
wood on the tender, when be was in
formed by Couductor Evans that be
need not bother himself to work
as uo could not ride on the train any
more unless be paid his fare. Home
hard words then ensued between the
tramp and the brakemen, when the
tramp drew a revolver and shot at
the conductor, tbe ball ' passing
through bis ear, just below the uppeT
rim. The tramp then slatted to run
aud was pursued hy the railroad men,
and after a chase of about a mile Mr
Tramp came to bay, with bis back
against a tree. He informed bis pur
suers that be would kill the first man
who touched him, but as he bad
already emptied bis revolver, ehoot
ing at bis followers while on the run,
be was comparatively unarmed and
was finally knocked down with a
club aud captured. He had a pre
liminary examination at Tnntogauy,
and being bound over, was takeu to
Bowling Green aud lodged in jail. He
is evidently a bail young man, as he
says be shot intending to kill the
conductor, and came very near doing
The northeast corner of the West
House iu Sandusky, settled on Its
foundation slightly Kuuday evening,
causing a crack la the wall iu the
first story and breaking a ne of
glass in one of the windows.,.,.... .A
few days since a man working In M.
Callan's stone quarry, on tbe Ceme
tery road, bad the middle finger of
bis right baud taken entirely oft by a
heavy blone falling on it. He aud
auotber man were lifting the stone,
when, In some manner it slipped
from the grsp of bis companion,
with tbe above result.
tbe Cemetery iu lSCo. A few days
ago her friends concluded to remove
ber remains to the Frauklin grave
yard in Weller township, and when
tbey were exhumed it was found that
all but the hJ and feet was petrified
and weighed about Ju(i pea tut,
Bloom, Bora A Newoomb, at their
foundry and machine ehof iu Ken
ton are now making the bo wagon
of tbe period. It is being built as a
stoue crusher, for the pikee of this
county, and is a mammoth affair.
The wheels are 12 iucb tread, with
wrought Iron spokes 2 Inches in di
ameter, and will weigh nearly a ton
each. The axle-trees are of five inch
wrought iron, and it is Intended to
carry twenty totis of ktonc ! Thirty
ty-two horses will lie used for the mo
tive power, ft is well worth going to
Ou Veduesday, as Sheriff
Rpaugler was iocJUng np for the uielit
came very near having atother jail
uenvery. nneir, . was ucl;,g
one of tbe luuer doers, a prisoner
rushed nut of the door Into the ball,
but finding tbe door locked ran into
the kitchen and jumped through one
the windows, lu the act of which
Sheriff grabbed him by the h?g
and secured bis p,-iaoner A bux
om girl employed la ths Georgia
House at Desbler, swallowed fifty raw
r 't .' in i ntt
i. wc k tin a
HENRY COUNTY. HANCOCK COUNTY.
I lie r.ri! t'.ii 'itntiifiii
t'.nirt f -r IlanciH V: tYm.ty wi
Vrjv B-'f. r r'iimli'v -.n'
11 il 3
for thr wk. lion, "mry
!m''.". the newiy ei-.:-i JO.
precile. Ti.e docket will be tu inrf-
t ever known in !.;. county. tLer-
tx-:i.ir at lea-t one huudre-i more en.-.-
than ever l-fre... llie boys.
u hinaiuy, inuuie la
that are rouv!.
&.t !hn;. r..l-l.
.ihort tinii.- ai?o little
l.ov had i - ii
at schfv!, anJ !s-l weei a tr?ht aui
jr.tciiigrct youth t'ied ir;,m the oi!tr t
of inj'irn-s received indulciiisr in
a fr!eni!.'y .'ho.i'-be.y i;r.me. H:a cvn
! railta ar not particularly tu blame tut
. ,, , , ,.
a youDg !i?e In the
fail bcorn ano vieor of vn:ith, bet a
utoo i-.oiiM to put to t!ie i ractii'e of
;.!ayir.3 a!i rougli ucS danjtin.us
faiiji".. Human life i too valuable
t'i bo rLcklessly j.lacei! in jeopardy
The lir--t riip of t.evr wi;ol thi-. i rs.
son was "old to C A. Crriiuger of
Fin.llsy la-'-t Saturday by Wm. M.
King, and amounted to 111'.'! pounds.
The wool was shipped to I'hila lolihia
Tuelay Tho grave containiug
the body of an idiot was recently
robbed. Xo clue to the thieves
Ittl.ecca Jane Farthing, of Amanda
township, was on Friday last adjudged
insane, and application in ado for her
admission Ut the Columbus Asylum.
She had been a devout Kancliflcation-
ist, aud the excitement incident to
the meetings of this sect is believed
to be the prime cause of her demeuta-
lion. When visited Friday she was
securely bound baud aud foot, which
was rendered lieceasury by her infurl
a ted ravings aud dangerous conduct.
She was taken to tho asylum yester
day, having teen preceded the day
before by another unfortunate, Mrs.
Isabel M. Bryant, brought from Pitts
burgh by her sou a short time ago.
During the storm on Monday tbe
barn of Albert Frouk, iu Adams town
ship was struck by lightning, and a
valuablo hnro and a calf were killod.
The baru was set ou flro but tho flames
were extinguished before any damage
Florence Bowen, daughter of H. C.
Bowen, of Mifflin towsship, shot her
self uu Tuesday afternoon, last
week. She went to her room, took
down a gun, rested herself on the
bed, and placing the muzlo cf the
gun to her abdomen tired. The
alarm brought her stepmother to the
scene, and it is said tho girl exclaim
ed, "Good bye, mother, kiss me,"
and expired. Hor ago was seventeen.
An unfortunate love affair was the
Sovoral duys ago Pull. Moflit, a sa
loon keeper, of Bucyrus, found a nest
of youug rats and gave them to a cat,
whose kittens had nearly all been de
stroyed, to put them out of their
misery, they being troubled with the
eye disease peculiar to kitteus. The
cat took one of tho young rats and
carried it to the remaining kitten
and the rat, being too young to es-
caiie, remained aud received nourish
ment from the cat and has been
adopted by it, receiving as much at
tentiou from the cat as she bestows
upon her remaining kitten
Preparing to Get the Government
Hah Fkanciscj, April 27. It Is re
ported this evening by parties who
claim to be in the plot, that iu antici
pation of tbe breaking out of hostili
lies uetweon .England and Russia,
movement is alloat to lit out a priva
teer In this port to prey on British
commerce. Letters of maroue from
tua nuasian Government are already
here iu blank waiting for a deelara
lion of war to ba tilled out. Negoti.v
lions are now under way to purchase
one of the number of steamers now
laid up in Alameda creek opposite
Siiie atay. The commissions of the
officers are also here and funds to car
ry out the project. G?cr 2'K men
have signed articles binding them
selves to engage iu the enterprise
recruits being mostly drawn from the
idle class who are ready for auytblng,
Captain Waddull, late of the wrecked
Pacific mail steamer Vity of San
Fruncinco, formerly in command of
Uie rebel privateer Shenandoah, is
mentioned as the probable command
er, and Captain Lapridgo, late of the
1'acitia mail service, Is named as one
of the officers.
Au attempt will be made to procure
a number of lioys from the training
ship Jamestown for service a mid'
ebipmen. Tbe parties profess to mean
business aud will be prepared to move
ou tbe iustaiit war is declared
From other sources it is learned that
tbe Russian corvette Croysior, now
lying In position, is prepared for In
slant action, aud the object of her
long delay here is to oblaiu tbe earll
est iiosaible news of the outbreak of
hostilities, and at ome go to sea to be
ia wait of British vessels bouud to
this Kru It is understood that with
the exception of tbe corvette Ojxdnud
tbe small gunboat Jcockei at Victoria,
and a frigate ship which la supposed
to be somewhere In tbe neighborhood
of Pauama, there is not a single Brit
ish war vessel In the .North. Pacific to
interfere with the designs or tbe Bus
slan cruiser, and It Is probable the
vessels at Victoria would be retained
there for defensive uuroosM
A MISSING BANK CASHIER.
Indianapolis, April 27. A special
to the sentinel this morning, from
Salem, lod., says: James Baine,
cashier of the Salem .National Bank,
missing. The following note to his
father-in-law was found iu tho bank :
"Mr. Lyons: lam financially dis
graced and ruined ; Wall street did it.
know not and no one need care
whither I go. Uod have my wife and
child. Jaues Bajne."
He had a fortuue of his own, and is
suppostd to bave been speculating la
Wall street. It has been used. On
opening the safe yesterday morning
some s JKi.wu in money and bonds
Indianatolis, April 27. It Is
learned from Salem, lad., that tbe
absconding usshier, Baine, a baud
nned his horse, turning bim loose,
about ton miles west, aud afverwards
ontatueu a soat in a passing wagon
When last heard from be was at
Prospect, some thirty miles west,
aud fifteen to twenty miles away
from railroad or telegraph. Wil
Ham C. Wiustandley, president
the Bedrord Bank, is conduct-
lug an examination of the Salem
bank's condition. Tbey are unwill
to gl7e Information until tbe ex
amination Lj completed. A stock
bolder gives the tnformatioa that
deficiency of $30,0u0 is already dio
covered, and that a reward is to be
ottered for Balne's capture. The im
pression prevails on tbe street that
Baine's bond "Will probably cover bis
Hon. Charles Foster.
Mr. foster uaj i&ovn capacity,
nonesty auu goeu juugenicui aj a
legislator, and has worked bis way by
tuese qualities to a position of excep
tional prominence in the House. Tbe
Republicans of bis District will un
doubtedly renominate bim and will
elect bim in tbe face of a Democratic
majority, as they bave done three
times already. Cleveland Haald.
Sound, Mr. Herald. Mr. Foster will
renominated aud elected, and auy
number of Democrats will support
him. Numluiku litfintcr.
Wo take it that Mr. Foster is ready
yield to the will of tbe Republicans
tbe Tenth District In the matter
ids candidacy this year. Under
Foster's leadership the Republi
cans or this District have thrlco van
quished the Democratic hosts under
their chosen leaders. He has the
courage to lead in conflict again, if
party so will it. Jnttiria Jiciirw.
The Uetiubllcans of the 10th Con
gressional District will most probably
nominate Charles t'oeter. He has
proved a valiant and faithful Repre
sentative, aud we believe in keeping
where be can do the roost good.
re-uoniinated, he will be re-elected.
There is to t uo foolishness among
Republicans in the lulu District this
Write that down. 1'remont
EASTERN WAR REPORT
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: i-or ii-.ri-. i:i ut"S r.;
ri to oM-'o,.:i",l ':-.
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! esy-i thrre ' hni
.St. T'Lt. r-
nn !,r recp'.ii.li-
' proercf s ;n
mhiiiii nnrin the
i.ut twfiitv-fo'ir !:o;t;. u:rec. i,-.;,-.
ayiav , Rrt,jy : r;.un Ri:..iu t:.t
wi-hc" to i.;.-t-r,..i:o ' ir v:ew-
iv:lu eeutril '.-rn-- -- " o;t
! t;ury w;:l rela
; j :veU!?:ie.
A ?o -"c'i: !;'
; L':'-;e it"io as r:v'
' t.ie hrw-i fiii
; S W !aieVfe:i Uf-r'!.. s'l !:!: u-.l '
ion;-tnt!!!op'e, ! rot;'
I A Vienna ccrrcspon'Ient f.y- .
i.i no f.t-cret that, tns-' !::: f o'.'J. ct
I Vt ;ecal! of tir-iii-J l;-"? Xs.-l,oii!?
t-i5r.ve:i t'.-r r.;:'t;-ri, r..'. .in-;:;,
i th. danger if .li;:o:.
The i;ro':ed attriniibce ui in
in Constantinople an I rrtiid rovl
at Man -Stcfano wcro eutiroly .!!.
tho initiative of t Stand Iuup Nic
Ian. and wre coun;erwiid"d fr
"tpetersburif. As tho al vaiic
Sau .Stefano wan alo attributed
the (irand Duke, it may wll be
lieved that his recall is actuated part
ly by a wish to eparo bim mortifica
tion iu the event of withdrawal it
ir.g ultimately decided uion.
A Belgrade dispatch says : Artil
lery aud militia are being hurried to
tho frontier, aud fortifications at fron
tier towns strengthened. The Turks
have evacuated Adakaieh, the fortifi
cations of which will be razwl. The
reiort of insurrectioutry pyiuptoms
among the Mohammedans in Old
Servia is sensatioual.
A Bt-rlin dispatch says that nego
tiations relative to withdrawal from
Constantinople arc proceeding favora
bly. The Russians have ''agreed t"
withdraw to a line from AJriaio'o
liNiMi.v. April l?!. A rumor comes
from Vicuna that Marshal 'omit Von
Moltke, the well-known German
strategist, who is visiting Copenha
gen, is cummbisioned to negotialo a
league between DeDtnark, Russia and
Germany, for closing the Baltic. This
rumor is probably based ou the state
ment in the North German far- l:c
of Saturday, that it would not conceal
the opinion that a dispatch of the
British lleet to Uie Baltic, where
mauy material interests might bo af
fected, would render tho situation
immeasurably more complicate).
Tbe Vieuna M-mtag's licvittv pub
lish ed a Berliu letter believed to be
semi-official on this subject. The let
ter said it could hardly bu expected
that a foreign lleet would makoits ai
pearance in tbe Baltic against the
wishes of Germany.
At a meeting to-night of the com
mittee to promote the orgauizatlon of
an active service volunteer army.
two Generals, five Colonels and many
members of Parliament joined the
committee. Thirty ofiicers aud three
hundred meu yesterday signified their
willinguess to join tho force, and
many were enrolled to-day. The to
tal number of voluuteeis so far is
about eighty thousand.
London, April 2?). Tho Pall Mall
Gazette, in a leading editorial, says :
"The solicitation to us of Germany,
Austria and Italy to propose a plan of
our own amounts to neither more nor
less than a verbally modified offer of
the principle of equivalents as a basis
of settlement for the Eastern ques
tion. That oiler has been again and
again declined by Her Majesty's Min
isters during the progress of tho late
war, and we have no fear of their ac
cepting it at a time when they would
incur more conspicuous discredit by
so doing than on auy past occasion."
The Vienna political correspondence
has a letter from Ijondon, stating that
the British Government still consid
ers It possible that Russia may appre
ciate to the full England's earucst-
ness. Iu the contrary case, England
will take into her own hands, at her
own risk, the rectification of Russia'
work In the Balkan, the Peninsula
aud on the Asiatic coast of the Black
Sea. It is possible, before embarking
upon this course, that iMigiand will
summon a conference in London.
A dispatch from Woolwich says two
batteries of artillery there are under
orders to lie iu readiness to proceed to
Gathorne Hardy, at Bradford, last
night, spoke in a very determined
tone. He said he believed England
could send 70,000 men abroad at this
moment. Enlaud is no longer a small
island, but a va-it empire, having
riaht to draw trustworthy dpfeudinu
from all parts or tho empire. Ho
knew nothing which gratified him so
much ai when lately be recti vod at
the War Ollice oilers from Canada to
raiso regiments, and he believed the
same heart was lating in all
the colonies as al home. Refer
ring to the San Stefano lr:aty he said
there was danger that if onu power
was able to dominate and una auoth
er without actually annexing her,
English aud European Interests might
suiter, and a state of civilization and
humanity wouid bo brought about
verv ditlerent from the civili: Uiou
and humanity of EugUnd.
For Eurosj could not be secured by
tho destruction of all which btl b.wu
solemnly ratified by ail Europi , or by
prodominauce of one Power. 11 was
to secure a durable eaue that the
Government was seeking entrance
into a Congress where views might
be freely heard uwu eviry question
affecting tho treaties of Jsi ami Iii
They lookad to the people to enable
them to sneak with forco ami ue-ju?.-
Ion, which would give cllect to their
ENGLAND'S WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.
Lonikjn, April -'.). General Sir
Alfred Hastings Harsford has been
selected as commander of tho Second
Army Corps. A considerable portion
of the First Army Cor; is is likely to
be dispatched to Malta iq coqiso or
the coming weeK, lnciuuiug a portion
of the guards. Many thousand aland
of Martini-Henry rilles are being re
moved from the racks in tho Tower ol
Londou, presumably for equipment
of the reserves. There Is groat activr
ty at Portsmouth in preparing fittings
for the conversion of merchant ships
Into armed cruisers. A manufactur
ing firm has received from tho ad
miralty an order for more than one
hundred wire torpedo nets for the
protection of shipa from the attack or
torpedos. AU nets are to bo djlivered
during May. Immense quantities
or shot auu shell are being issued rrom
Woolwich Arsenal in all directions
The first Indian expeditionary force
will embark from Rombay. two ui-
visious will leave to-day, consisting
of two batteries of ,oyal artillery, the
Thirteenth and Thirty-first regiments,
oeconu ioorKnas, anu two com
panies of tappers and Miners. The
Second will embark as soon after as
possible. - It will consist of the iSinth
cavalry. First Bombay Lancers and
rtintn and Twenty-sixth Horn bay in
fantry and two companies of Sappers
The shipping arrangements com
prise steamers with au aggregate ton
age or 10,57!! tons, and sailing vessels
of 21,140 aggregate tonnage. The lat
ter will be tawed by the steamers.
Water will be provided for thirty and
coal for twenty-six days. Ai. the
Bombay dock-yard work Is lieing
prosecuted day and night Iu fitting
the ships for the trocjis and horses.
The native soldiers appear com
pletely captivated by tho prospect of
being engaged in the military ser
vice la Europe. They are voluuteer
ing to cross the seas with au enthu
siasm which has surprised even those
w;o know them best. They are
pressiug forward i: whole regi
ments at a time. 'i;o-j;.;i who
returned from Burmah only si
weeks ago, aud who were three
years in that country, are said ta bo
delighted by the thought that thry
going to some place near England
fight the Russians. Iu oue regi
ment every man has signed a peti
tion that be may be sent with the ex
pedition to Europe.
Ekt and Weil Eailiay.- A Mo-
Comb, Hancock county, correspond
ent of the Findlay C-juri-.r writ3
under date of April 21 :
The E. & W. Narrow lia ise is pro-
gressiug finely. General Gibson ad
dressed quite a large audience at
Bail's achool bouse on last Friday
evening, making his statements so
plain that committees were at once
ppoiuted to wait ou the citizens and
report their success on the 27th. Ou
Saturday night last another meeting
was held at Crumriue's school notio.
addressed by Messrs. R. B. Wright,
Capt, Cusac, I. B. Conine and others,
and committees were apMiuted as ou
the previous evening, aud say they
meeting with good success. The
books will be closed ou the 27th, at
which time the fiual rej-irt will lei
made. This will make the present
week the liveliest iu all the history of
A emoker ran not tell whotlmr ui4
ciRar la lighted or not, ubte.-w be sees
fimoke, or la permitted to toueh
ENGLAND'S WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. MURDER IN CLYDE.
m;i!'-r w.i -ornrn;ltc.l
t .r '!Wr-e-', w a -..rTr.r r--'if.r.mpsn
'iwd-ltlj.. The f
Tiio jui-t litii" vi:'n-:e o'Tiyl -..a-
thrown into tn v. ii.i,' exfii'ecieo: J
M.'-ndav aft-.-i.w.i, by trie m-mlc-r of
Kit t ''-:; !a r. si!?or. ut tiil place hy j
v ni. Ltiy-, or -reen Snru:ir. I J-v
wiil riii. mier
hut h-z '3.:: i'vyi
dnT-orai!-, ai: !
rwi! a:vl h:- -i
tcri ' t
n-ti -t."it-K rix
: i.y Oi:!-tai.;e
: .v , ur.iic-r r.a or-
i :rr,.i i:i-j. o
I'.-r fnii:; T.'.i
!'Vt-. t ', t.
f Ti- 'o -i ' :'.
'. rTv to -aerify a
or'li' i iio y ,v
ba to hi'is
' ..r; .-.H.uon, T;mar.i..- !
wuri by t'njip. who for
'Vj.i! iomeof the aaioon
i r,;i'..-er tnld Cupp that
i,n!tr.i of the court, "
.e rr.u.-t . v '.:,c
:. ;t.h ! to rti-ove
t.;rf, i'::ereii!i,,u Cupj
u:i.i a i!ini!j;e-u irrcled gun, very sen
f..:.iiy -,.;: p.. in; Tiicanns. Cupp was
. t;-' ;ir-i! and taken t.i r remnnl to
iiii. t.;.; - iib.-tqiK :it!y procured ball
a.i l i rcii-a.e l At th u-xt seS'
Hio:i of the tiffind J:iry in liiat county
Cl-pI'i whs indicted for shooting
with intent to kiil bim. Before the
ca-e came to trial Cupp lied, going
-louth to NTew Orleans, from there to
San Antonio, Texas, and making a
rather extended tour throughout the
extreme southern portion of tho coun
try. He was seen iu Han Antonio
and New Orleans by Bill Powers,
of Castaiia cattle stealing notorie
ty, to whom Cupp coufiJed the secret
ol hid presence so far from home. It
:s rjects.-nry that we should go into
the dctaiN of the Tim an us shooting
afi'aii- before speukkig of the murder
of Cupp, as tho latter is the outcome
of iim former, both resulting from
the trouble about Cupp's saloou at
Clyde. A fow weeks ago Cupp re
turned home, ho having, through the
asoi.-tanco of fi icml.i at Clyde, .si ttied
the Tiui:iii!i-t a'Tair by paying heavy
damage-.. On Cupp's arrival at Clyde
he found the .mlnon referred to in the
bauds of Wm. Hayes, as receiver.
Yesterday a.'teruoou, about throe
o'clock, there chanced to bo a large
crowa 1:1 ami about the buildiug,
among whom were Cupp and Hayes.
Ever since the former's return from
his Southern trip Hayes had been en
deavoring to get him to pay a bill of
four dollars, ror four bar-room chair?,
for which he claimed Cupp
owed him. At the hour above
mentioned Cupp waa staudiug in
front of the saloon bar, and
Hayes approached him, and, laying
bis hand lightly ou Cupp's shoulder,
asked him again to settle tho bill.
Cupp instantly struck Hayes a stun
ning blow with his fist, exclaiming,
"Tako that, d u you !" at the same
time starting to run back of tbe bar.
Hayes instantly drew a pistol, aud
bo-fore Cupp had taken two stops two
sharp reports rang out iu quick suc
scssiou, and Cupp fell to the floor,
iuf t at the end of the bar, one of tbe
bills from Hayot' revolver having
entered his brosst, touching a portion
of his heart, and the. other penetrating
his arm. The wildest excitement en
sued at once. Some of the parties
jahed oat of the saloon while others
ran to Cupp's relief. A friend raised
the dying man's head and asked him
ir lie was badly hurt. Cupp replied :
"Yes, I'm shot ; I'm gone this time
sure." Ho was removed to his home
near by, and died iu a very few min
utes. As soon as Ilayes fired the last shot
at Cupp, ho turned and fled from the
saloou into the crowded street, yelling
like a mad man and firing his revol
ver in tho most reckless manner.
Sumo of tho braver men among tbe
crowd followed him and succeeded in
capturing him. One of the men who
assisted iu taking bipi into custody
had a narrow escape from death at
tho hands or the murderer. Hayes
was altering desperate resistance, and
when tho man referred to, grabbed
him, tho murderer turned upon him
with his cockrd revolver, and just as
Hayes pulled tho trigger, the man
grabbed tho weapon and tho hammer
of the revolver descended upon one of
his lingers. Tho finger was badly
cut, but tho fact that it prevented tho
hammer from striking tue cartridge.
saved mo man's life. Heyes was lm
mediately disarmed and taken to tho
Cupp loaves a wife ami three or four
cuildien at Clyde. Jto was well
known iu this city, and, iu fact, all
over this section of country, as h
had gained considerable notoriety as
a sporting man ; was frequently seen
licru nmt in tills vicinity at hnran
nceSj etc. Ho wa-t iu this city on
jiaye?, tuo murderer, is compara
tively a young man and is married
His psrents live, wo lliove, at G"een
Spring, which place he calls his home
but the greater portion of his time
has for tho past few months been
spent al Clyde, looking after tho Iu
teresti of tho saloon of which he is re
ceiver, aud which under Cupp's and
Hayes' managements was looked up
on iiy tco people or t.'lyile and vicini
ty aa one of the lowest doggeries in
111 tue country.
There in uo sympathy expressed for
Cupp. Tho ieople there aimply re
Rret hin murder liecaiine It is a novere
blow to his wife, children and family
connections. 110 was related hy mar
riajje to some very Rood pooplo In
iiiai section or country.
The oxcitement over tho murder
bad noi subsided much at Clyde at
late hour last evening. Crowdn or
men gathered upon the "treet cornern
di.sctia.siui; tho matter, and tho aflai
was the one theme or conversation a!
over Ilia viilaga.
l 8. i I'. Railroad 5otcii. From
tho JU'jiister of Slouday, we tate the
The Cincinnati. Banduskv & Clove'
!i;;id railroad coci)iany commeuced 011
8uuday to narrow tho gtiae of its
road one inch, i:i order that Iiake
.Shore L Michigan Southern trains
eau bo transferred to the former com
pauy'd tracK. The gaue of tho Lake
.Miore road, as will ho remembered
was recently narrowed.
tin Saturday uiht the encme. of
freight train ou the Cincinnati. Kau-
duaky and Cleveland railroad, burnt
some of its internal apparatus near
Uroen Rpring, ami tho water in the
eugiuo boiler ran r.ut upon tho fire
aud e.xlingui.ilted it, leaving tho en
giuc aud train .standing motionless
upon tho track. A telegram waa sent
hero repenting that another ensiue
sent to tho relief of the train. A
locomotive waa sent aud the disabled
engiue and cars were pulled to this
Ou Saturday last Michael Hocan. of
thi.s city, a hrakeman ou Conductor
McfJiDuity'.i traiu on tho C, H. & C.
railroad, met with a very aevere accl
leut near t-'reen Htirlng. A
Hying Hwitch" waa being made,
aud in nome manner Hogau fell
from one of the hampers aud etruck
the rail iu front of a car wheel.
The track was wet with a heavy dew
ami wtcs very Miippery. The wheel
instead of runuins over HoeauV lee,
puahed it along the wet rail for a did
tauce of about twenty feet, dragging
llogan along the ties, hut the wheel
not pa-ta over his leg. The limb
was badly hrdised and torn, and some
tec bones were broken. Hngan Is
now lying at Oreeu Hpring. The sur
geons think that it wiil not bo neces
sary to amputate his Ies.
OHIO Pateata.--Mi.sh. (Jeorge C
Tracy i Co., Kolicituri of Patents,
No. 1 Km-iid Avenue Block, Cleve
laud, Ohio, aud ul'j Seventh street.
Waihiiiit.,ii, D. C, fnruUb tho fol
lowLg list of ptteuts grafted to resi
dents of this atate for the week end
April l'Hh, IS7S :
j. H. r.u-ii.vr, uttuwa, 1 Jin; lialc und
J.A. Coti.vf.v, Tenuis, Arrtacl.u lrr,sa-
. lu .
M. OUIc-spf, r.at Llvvriiool, invalid ld-
C. C. Miller, liatu.lton, itrii :or ilcaaing
J. 1'rifi-, Leavitt.C',;,! Irl!!im; Machine.
V. IU ltoMi, i.:ytoa, Let:er i-uoc-t and tn-
J!. W. Campbell, C.n-.uiia. C'ucrite: s! -
port !nr hoots and iim-s.
L. A. to-iwoni, -M.ui iitield. Curry ComO.
W. lli '-to:i, Akron, Whiit'etree Hook.
II. Hu!co:b. 1'iuuesville, iXeslini; J'ur-
J. Itumriehoiis, Uuyalton, ihtrial Casket,
A. 1 L!au, Cii.Aeiaiiil, huntiar Aiariu.
H. J. -Meireu-., Cleveiaud, Machim iy for
J. Kich' y, Cnn.-iMllati, Hand S;1W.
M. K .i lier, Ihitnou, Trace Cair lei .
J. Aik, Sa!' ill. t h:i:r.
Kailow, Kitoii, itaehttie J-ir cittmj up
J. K. Kuwh-r, A"!.i!ir. liah Rail,
tl. ,aiiui. Cl-vehuid, Vv'ani H.ird.
J. l.i". Ueiaware, liruk Kliiii.
II. It. ni. ei wood, hi-alc-rii.-KtuWii, t'eiiee
Ii. C. Wimi ii. r, CHiirti ld. Nut Iiek.
O. Wil.i iii-.v v. t . Iiul ii.-:i, Wail- ;
Trh- M:irk-W. K. lhe-er, fi hlliMlhi
Lfslcr Btonp, of TiiTln, is painter at
Fryt's carriano uhop iu ilainis
town. He Id ati experienced painter,
liavinj; MiTVisl in that capacity for a
oilier of yi.S'trth itriithitorc
l.-nrt. Tl.u iiptI -.! --ion
:. T.. I
nrn Tuesday, Jiinr 11, w:
, 01 t'i" !li'
ll J u ikh
ENGLAND'S WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. MURDER IN CLYDE. GRAND JURY.
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y nmt m-io Ai.amer'll'il
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ffii, 1 ii:;;.:-u.
"hsri iroiel aim lm--
K. 1!. Hutil.t.t
A. JCLierili-. F.i!t::l
1 luUI"i Woi., ItllNilll.
V. ti2er. T'm:ir::z.
J. T. M..TI l" ll'Oll.
Vnrtm wiJiilc fiintou.
.'n't Arni-li'ii.:, !.:ii-rtj .
Tui-iaii V.'V.wm, l' -a-i
' W. A n , il!-':i.
I a n. s:;piai y. .
Iv.v.il 1- liit-i, Jvjua v-rs. i. 1'.
r-i til ..r.!.
J.f. MiUiiirae, R A'!-.n;s. Ktwrnri.i.
Al . 1
-SinJCK. At i'.. r;.l-u.'i'
Lriii- moiiior, lii-nr M-himr o., .u
April 21, o- ltev. A. f. Jou.-s Air. .iunn 1..
Minnie, iit Kult-iii cr.cnly, ur.rt Alt v.
.utiua K. &Uoc, ol Aieiiuorc
KIRCH VKll-fiEi.ZEiT.-On tre-lli in-u.
iv lv. c '. Evr.tr.:. al t i.e-t. j--?!t .:.-l:i-
C nurc.1. tiiL c.Tr. J! r. Aiitliuny K;n li
n r, aud Miss ilaria lH lz it, all m tins
HiMTbEK. Ou the fc:tli of April, Hattie,
diii;i.ur of Eii ami Hiuaiiuuii S.iikt,
uud i months aud 11 dny-c
Sleep on, sweet little Hattle,
The Lord hath called thee home.
SEIJUK. Iu Akron, ., on rtunilny niter
unon, April :Lst, IT, al i:15 o'rlivi, ,,f
liyjro Clpuu1ous, CUsrlw, -m of J. .11. and
T. Sc-ur, Haiti ii uiuuLus.
1 was ucttutiml, beauufal Hubbntli il.iy
When our little Charlie wan takeu awny.
Eur the S.ivior came with the aii:;-l banil
And carried him homo to tbe li.avi uly
Tho mystery we cunnot see,
Eur Uod iu bis kinilucs.4 witUhr.I.Ls the Key.
Mr. Sour but recently left Tillin. un4
with his fnmily hml made ir.iiny warm
hli'iids. al! of wiioui vyiuptitlnzc with tliti.i
in their bvruavciuent.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSINESS MEN.
Wheat Old ch..lee
' New -"
No Krailo ...
Ahklm, dried, per ii .
AePl.lCM, -r. n
i wyz UI
Co km Mial, p.rlu.
EAiu.i, per uos
KaariiKKa. Uv -4o
Klou k, per barrul..
. Ii UI toll on
i W) to 7 Oil
HAY, per uu
iiiok-s ury .
Hi inc.-', uutrlimned..
MAL.T,coarxe rocx. per liblM
malt, common, fX'r btil.
HALT, fine taijlo, uora:u-lc
rtHKKe tm.T- , ,
CALVtfKllki, !- r,
lu to 'Jl
?j lo 1 m
. 1 0L
shokts, p. r et.
Watrk LiK, nerelH
Whits I.iii, pur bum..
M la 1 rt
Knur, rront qr ......
k it it if. bind nr ,,,, , ,
KAMI , , ,
CHICK INH, per Bv.
TUKkavd, pur 1 , ,
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
HrrFALO, April 30. Cattle The receipu
to-day were 711 head ; total lor the week, 5,
JUU bead ; no Hales to-day: fresh arrivabi
consigned through ; yards baie of stock.
Hlieep anil LambR Tho receipts to-t!ay
bave been iaa head ; total lor tliu we-k,f dun
head. Tlid market wan not entaUislied ; a
cars unsold ; held above buyer's views.
lines The recelpU to-day have been 1.17
head ; totiii for the week. l,J7u hea.1. Tlio
market waa lower cIuniuk steady ; York
wentbl, f t ri tkl ; heavy ul U W.J 70; bent
East LirtntTY, April :.-Cattlri-KeeelptH
to-ilay bave Uu 12 hciul of through and
-71' nead 01 yard Block ; senilis very alow
hut week's prices.
1 1 oga The rneei pts to-day have beeu 1 .ill
bend; Yorkers, M 26i3J lu ; I'lilladelphuts,
uoue oiu iu-tuiy.
Bueep Tlie receipts fur to-day linvo been
'..lJ h.iaii : all sold at 2S,7v.c hleher than
last week ; clipped soUlu al" it uujiuo ; uo
ueiuauu lor wool Wltaip.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF BOOTS
I N OHKIHKNCK TO ASfUKIlKH OK THK
X rroimiii 101 n 01 beneea couutv. llbwi. 1
olhr at private Salu the stuck of ImmiIm.
siioes, leather, iludinss aud other personal
property asalguud to me by Hpouslur
linili;, and ikiw iu Uiu aoutli room ul
national Mall IHock.
It not wild at I'nvato Halo hr Hatunlav.
Jane 1st, 1 will oiler IhcKame. at I'uulicBale
al ..aid room at two o'cha k 1'. M. of aaid
day. J. w. CUA.MKGKLIX,
Aviluee of Spousier i itomi
Notice of Partition.
C 1'1'M. V B, K'KRKTT, K IltNOIt ITSDLK
kj me at;i or muruteu years, of ban Kran
ciws, lu Uie rtlaU) ol Cahluruia, arid 1'h.elie
11. uoyu, 01 iiioomviiin, lu tue eounty 01
ncucca, anu ntate 01 uiuo, will take notice
that A petnlon w:w llleil against them, on
the lirst day of May. IsTS. iu the Court ol
Common fleas of Seneca Co.,
uuio, by Mary k, fioyd, and Is now
penUlne, wheroiu the aaid Mnrv K. Bnvd
demands part Itlou of tho foiluwum reales-
lato u-wil : Tbe cast ouo-ball ol tbe south
east (oiarter ol auction eleiit. In ltlnom
lownauip, Sena county, Ohio, and that
at tue uexi term 01 aaut uouiL, tua "'l
Mary E. iioyd will apply for uu order that
iriuion may do mane 01 nam pi
D.tlod this 1st day of May, 173.
"Att'y for i'lfC.
NEW BAKERY !
Vc have ('Jh i.eo a uey
Bakery and Confectionery
On Mark' t street, oppnulto the Kiu'iue
House, M lil-ru will always uu futuid
;'HICr. RREAI. r.lKF.O, HIESJ,
WKtVIIIJI, LtMN, 4 IUAKN,
And a general stock of ooufirUoucry.
FEY & YOELKER.
ROB T SULLIVAN'S
A Si'LKNUIU LINK UK
La-lica' Misses' k Children's
Kill ant Uont. for Spring anil Maiairmr
n ear. At-so a b ull i.iuc ut
liuckle, lluttoned aud Lace Cut, and
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
'ntra Work ! Keaalrlac a hi-
ixiu t lor'-t iap!ai.
KOUKKT S i - I.LI V A .
31 7s o. i tmplre lilock.
SELF - BINDER !
Warranted io Give Satisfaction!
iti-ler U hoi 11 1) of tft hi-Ht Mrmri-K
Umep-aiu Tun nh.p wiiu nave l.uu
Sample at Hcl Front Tin
and htove .Store.
AIJ5 A(iE.N'T foil THR
Bullalo Pitt Separator.
SAMUEL EOBNEEi Ageut.
Timx, U., May 1, VTi.
J I ' ; : . 3 i I
:.-rrt:-n'. in,t ir,--.. nit :i:t
IVsuar l.inimem. ..! lut-u l h trok-n
1- z or i ,-rtiM :u i;ii )m:.i..i..-., Int we il-
.- ::,t rr t-t: tlif Lire-man v.W
r--i:ir ui-i.it fff.i mii ln'rct1! limn nny
t'.iiiiit er .nr- i -ti.. v.---- I. Vt 1 v
L:iim'-:.:i:1-n; it. s .i:iiTll: t how rc-
;. .irtr. i-iii, s o; -'..;vit rnf-s i;;.4 u
iu:ifim. Neiira.L;:!, Sct.Ht Caked ltriu.i:.
ri..s4.ujm i::t.-?, Sv:i:tts and Itaius, w'Ui-d
l.i- r.tul s;.d Joiii;, .'t-.. :rive ivri i !?,-,-l-tl
t-y it. Tho r'ltii-it ail r:iil on- w-iy.
'tin' s:i: l-i :st:.ni;y lurri-iln. Wi
w ui s. u-i tti-.-' rn tn. .;-. itcti. mie ol
theui La.,y in f.iiui'l ariilin.i .wu Uiti of
Liiiimi( ..u T:io Linii.ictit arw quirk, they
are reuaota. tuey aro ..:if and tUt-y art
i-iiap. Aii.ni''-: tin :n-r.ihi-iil.-i iis-il are
Wlti il ll ll. ;, Cartiolii". S:iptilii:t. UiK-lt oil,
Mrttth-i itiiit ArnliM. Tnr i 110 fti-sli, hone
or iuas4te ailment wici'ii thev will not re
lieve and in n, at. i he H lille Ceulnur
Mnliiirnt f fur liio l.nman tramp, while
the Yellow Liniment it adapted lo the
loutxli iiiiittle-i and uurcs ui uon-4. aud anl-rnnl.-i.
For Still Juinl- Laiu-m-.--.s spavin,
K.int-lione. Swoeni-y, oix, 1'oll-tvii, etc.,
tne ellw Iminnr Llaimril H worth
1W wetiiiit in oltl to eiry lartuer, livery
man, u-amsti-i and owner of animals. A
sini:h- battle has put a il:s.oi-ii linrse in the
h.irneifti, and a lew bottle- have renlT.-it a
u.'le.s pavmed liur-o wortti twn uuii,lr-,l
iloUars. Therein no mistake uU,ui ihte
l.tiiiniint-i. Tliry are -tinply wonderful,
and they lire natnnthy lindiu'i; tueir wy
ilit.i tin- uil'riu,-sl pai-l if tue eilii. o
finutj -koi.M i! U .11....U thciu. Tin y are
uamly -i-i wi-il :t- e. rtnin.
J. K. KliSK a; CO.,
Iiii'itl hi'., .Ni.il loliE
ilay I nia.'e hualthy and stronj by tho
use ol Mr. fileher a CHNturla, a ;rftvt
scbstltutn for t alir Oil. It contains no
morphine and Is siriiir to any nvrnp or
renieuy in use. 1 in t asiwria is particular
ly rc-v.Muinuiiii.vI i.ir eii:ldren. 11 dtviivys
worai, rewhiiUates the f.anl, aud allows
natural sleep, very eincrieioits in Croup
and tor vtiildrou Tecthliur. Kor Cold,
Keveri&bne&ii, Umordem of ilio ltowols and
Mtoinaeb Cotnplahils, iuitfiiii'4 Is m chVc
tive. It is as pleaxiiit, to lake as honey,
ensu but Scouts, aud can bo hail or any
This Li ouo of many testimonials :
U0RrwAI.L, LkJtAXo.N Co., F.V., March 17, '71.
"Dear K'r. I hav6U-M voar Cxstoriu in
my prarticefor amic tune. I tak srt-:U
pleasure Iu rccrtti:MctttQ it to the proicMum
as a safe, ruhaliiu, and agreeable metiiciue.
It is particularly uiln,0 l l,i i lnl.'rct wbere
tuo rxpnvnmit taste of Castor Oil renders II
so uuheult lo adiiiiuister.
E. A. EN'iiKIlS, M. Ii.
Mothers who try CastoKi v will lind that
they can slis-i nlhUs and Uiat their hauler,
will be healthy.
J. U. 1US1: Jt C.I., New Yoik.
LOOK AT THIS I
THEPATROSS SUPPLY STORE
InTilMn. In adilirion to keoninpn Kull Line
of OKUCEUIK-S, HAKHWAKK, KJUH
of every Uescrintinn. are now sellinif ta
'rlelratest IILBMAKO KCAPf k itnl
illwi-K niniint:i. Liir.-l nl Kremmit. Hiii.
Tho M ANSI t.lAtS lUKtMTKK, wtlh
Autftiitalic Wire Hindi r. and Miiiiiesnta
One Man Con I Hinder Attachment. !
ItlHrrBi StjloH of fnra I'lnns. I'lieek
ltow and UrUl Corn l'lanlers, lor imoaii.l
two horses. Loouiii A Nyiuau's Kt' i l and
Instriiiws. lialo Chilled I'lows. tirlnr,
ttLJohaamt KeiulusloB Sen In- Ma.
Ltnik lo yonr interests mid eiaiunie our
50ids Ik t'.ire purchanili:.
No, 3 Xat. Hall lilock.
n21 tf C.C. r.VKK. Aki nL
Something New !
FRENCH liordeaux MUSTABD,
Kntrli-ili and Aiiierlcan Mlxrit I'iclclos,
Genuine Horse Itadi.sh and
lienor Wainul Cat-sup, uniiualed lor
ri: i Ftkeaik, iisii, aine, oyso-r.i, eu.-.
Celehrited Ceieiy Sauce put up tspress.y
IUI family uw.
i'l. kli-d Outo-is ami English Chow-Chow,
v line i lover iioney 111 tlie Comb.
New Maple Miliar and Syrup.
Hweet uranttt-, :ic, p,r dor.en.
liisidiiaii-is fur only V. H. n.lthy-H
Old Kelmlile Tnl awil Can Ol SI KIM at
wnoieKMieaiid lietjiii ; alio Crackers by the
pound or barrel, at
ui ri cnmcri o iKtirnroKt.
XrOTICKIS HKRKBY lilVKN THAT A
1 petiliuu will be presented to tlie Com-
imciouers of Heiiuea -ouuty, Ohio., at tiielr
next session, A. U. is.s, prayiui; lur Hit es
talilishment of a county rm'.il. Iieeinnlne at
tne point where Uie Kllliourii rim. I craiNSes
trie seeliou Hue betw u nuutliiiis hi aud i.i,
In bleu town hip; running thence east on
said ms-tli.n line to and ai rmvt the townslnp
nuo uuiwm'ii rxirii auu niooiii townsnips;
thence ea.st ou tlie Nt-eUou Hue between
tirtns7and 1 iu i:iixim tuwnsliip, lo the
rnau on tiieeasi line ot said .sections 7 and
Id and there to terminal!!.
n31 It Anuotiikils, l'elitiont rs.
City Teachers' Examine
fl'HK KKI.I.'LAIt AX.Nl.AL KXAMI.NA
I 'J'I'I.V ot tcachl'IS tor lliu ruliiie S. IwkiIh
ol lililn Will bo beld at I in. Mouroe street
school liuiidib', ciuuineneiui: on Kndav.
May J.lti. ut 1.1 1'. AI.. aud uiuUuumv
Applicants will lie e-rimlned In arith
metic, treogrnpby. Kiaiimor, readme, or
thininipny, pi iiiuau.-diiii, aud t..oy ami
practh.e of ti-.-iehtni;. Tlime desiring it VIII
b.; examined lu L'ulted htaten history and
All applicants Sir inisition-i In tin.- ntv
A-hiiiils fiir the coining year, who have not
ulready ei-rlillniuiHeovertiii; that time, are
tilt- UI to attend this examlnat ion.
Li ui.liti.ol ll.llln:i,
WILL l:K UK-
Of Llilfltll JVlWII-
D eel veil hy tin: Clerk
ship, tK nei-a ttoinily, Oiiin, nnill M o'elni-k
il.on tlie ililuy oi June, lor luilliluii;
Ki-lioiil lioufti- in sub-IU ict o. 7 in .aid
Township. Iju-h hid mast cuulaiu the
namo oi evry i-rsnn interesn.i anil lie
i-iinitrfinled hy a MuUluiuut Kuarunlw of
some dLinti.-ri-,U:d tH-riiu. The lioard re-si-rve
the rittht to ri-ui-t any or ail huN.
I'lanaanii ieriti aIloiis cau lie seen at tbe
Clerk's reiUdtiie ii.
liY OiiiiKi: oi' i:'..i.i) ur Kiiin -atio.v.
April i'i, 1-T". H. ll. LE1JMA V.
Administrator's Hot Ice.
TVTQTICK IS HKUKIIVOIVKN TIIATTHi:
ii unilerviqui-d liaa p.-n apMiinted Ad-
mlnlstralnrul tuo entatv ol Catliarme llrey
man. dt jmI. .. UIU.YMAM.
VOTH'K IH IIKKKhV iI VKNTIIATTIII-
ll uiidi-rsieiM-il lias lieen ni.iilnti-'l A'
nihiKlrabir tne e .late r! lloratiu !n:
lateoi h'.iiti-a l:lnlIiI,.. )., il. ien-.i-il.
i. V W. KIN.NKV.
WASIIIMJT0y, D. C
llATIIEUKTUOTLL. In Lie t'UtMKV
A. l..-0 IVr Hay.
The Attica Journal
The raix-r la Heweca mnnir
fiwl l liMu. An m la rite Mriloa ft
tt i linn i rail r I . me I ruiu llii eai.
r. tkarf nr Ihf ronno. aurrtlH
Hill oadlue JOIKJIAL
AN iniini A8VZKISI.VS xlDIQ
Van Ne-.t s IsoUs, 1".
M.R.H- lover, lft
:.t P.i-:fr ianKl OH
; a.ii . J. Clin,
f Ion town-hip,
Mn the liuOayi.t Ari:, A. U. mui
u-jt.j i.-ul ;m rat.r vl uUciiuMriiL in ti,-
l'wf :artlii lor tin- muiu t,t uuk ii'iuUieU
aud lulrty-lx and tolnr.
I. VA.N NthI"H SO.H.
X; . i ; : , O.. Apr : I A u t i .
"Petroleum V.AtMHh; 'jn ttim Tftledo
BIimI. Aitoii:; tt;c m i ol t-..iriit.tju-tnt
mUtrini; ruy hir to if natural color,
ami piotiuciu lttw hair on lit-Hi.t ti nuiil
ax- tr otntr -mc-a.s. lllitvn AxfiOrof-iu
rrtDKJH ainon ttie o-.-t. T!n v, ntr ul ln-ii:
IintM hair or the "rtiiur of thr rav n i
win'4," and iinti nolii: nic ? trie Mrt, hue
-U Ililll Ol trWcll!. Wi.Oti AOclts hat
irttvtTt1 fty aii yourii aain Mi
iu Ui- hail wi oiii' ru i, hy lliitS.l(.u
UiU prejtaralion. Il wil;, h yonj al juj
UuQ, iive 111; and cjior lo tiie hair. It tym
t;tinH nothing ltiJor:)Ht atnt artu iily j-r-IfinitN
wiiat ill liiv.-titor r-aiiiw :or it. We
KuowUit-trtu o;h. 31. luot v ., and
Ituow thr-rn to ho 'iil.ein. ii ,r honor
proiity, wii'jM: Licm.nU are woitLy ol
Hare your ncirLLor9 an l fricn.la
nlscribe for the TIMCL'NE. It
the lareit pap.-r in the 10th
mom iiome aio.
ITllpMpr'r- if Patent MetU,
. s JUL LiJ kJJ
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ul COSE TRE URSEST AHD FIHEST IHTIFFIH.
Ami our Trices irc Lowor tii:in Kvcr.
(ui i 'i-iNjr".. t!f Very Kf M ikt. :in.t
l iirt'H ; :tnl 11 (rtkaMl titHNN,
n.- -irr Uuuu
We wonhl state to the public that wc
Iron, Slate &
Our Iron KiniIIii;
L ": lid tlr 1- ' 1
Is conceded the best now in iimk ; It 14 Cheaper than HhtiiRles ami will
hut much lunger, and is
FIRE AND LIGHTNING PR0Oi.
We are Mole As. nU.L.r the Celt hrat.st
OHIO STOVE CO.'S. STOVES
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COrPER WARE.
House - Furnishing Goods.
Viiu ciu get aiiytliin't yon want lu tho Him.se-Furntslilni; UiwkLs Line.
SILVER, WOOD AND WILLOW
House Spouting ami Job Viurk of Every Description,
Donorroniptly anil at Eottoui Prices.
MYERS & CO-
Tiffin Carriage Works!
ESTABLISHED IN 1813.
P. Van NEST'S SONS, Proprietors,
Fine Carriage?, Piiaetas, Light Road Wagons and Sfelghs.
Wc Manufacture only Firat-chss Work. All Work Warranted.
UKPA1111NG PROMPTLY AITENDEDTO.
hAi.KtitiMaN. i vvinci cii'iicrMJii ami ivii jinmci u,
1'. VAN NKHTflXJJOl
aT T "V
U t- -a
Beets and Sbss
and Ripping in the
iu:i, at l..w VriM will Ua it,
J. II. KUECLEK.
ate now prepared tn do nil kluda of
WARE, a Large Variety.
1 TT.,. r 1. (ll 'n
Saw Logs !
-Wlf., I JO ALL KINIjH OK-
Anil tsk Howliffi of ail klmlx at r'kmI
ri-. In H' MmiKO ; will itlMt ex-
cl.tiii;i-i,;,n fi nriui- and Iniuir
for Klin Haw l.otl. All
Huwcl to orUi-r. Apply at onti; to
GVTNH'S Siff Mill,
Walker's Addition, Tiffln.
FIRE! LIFE! ACCIDENT!
pr-nt eiKbt of tli. lu-tt Hum Klro In-
riupunl.' Uoiiik buniniH lu Uie
ikI Willi a'rii:iLe a.-t--ta ainoiinlune lo
IT.imj.'Mi.iki : Alw oca of Ilia Mutual
t-iiini- auil fttnt un before yrin Inioirtfi yirar
pn.-rtv. We wrirM..lld l VSlK VCfcl
Uik 1JjWJT LIV INI. KATI-X.
Wi; a!o r. prtsstul lltr: KailwaV l'awnrer'.
iu.-.ur:uica Co. JiinuU ptrr ony Hr
y:,uu)i in tuin f ili-nlli by Hcciileul,aiiil IIj-ijii
wa InUtuDity fM- iDjiirl-t.
" Akvou for lw u.,11 Kate Co-' "tandanl
Hafi-s, Kairbaak'a Hlauilanl Hal. il
Alarm Monry lirawt-rs J'uaiili 4 t'n. liui-iuiiii-iimiCuiIiitmiU
iiou aper hliuukl mia. auilenoo -bii'illon.
Jour Mlrtrtu Agnmltural Work. Htock for
Come anil ae un, la l(ar Knom of Cia
aiercml baua, nexlUooi u.4'U:vir brnce
GEO. ft. IIUSS3
LOOMS STOKE FROST
1H HKAIKO AUTKRH roil
All Kinds of
Ir or yountc and 41.
Fine S atloncry.
Albums. Pocket Books,
Pictures a Specialty !
Tb Kl Jl tMT aver broagbt to Uie city.
a -ry liiuo iimmmt.
OJXO. K. ilLMM.
NEW LIVEEY I
Um j.un hxs. il lb. l.lvury Slnblu at Ui.
fomiiirrrial lloiie Ilarn
Auil anki th pnl'lic for a liri' of pHlroD
Mgi. J:vrjiUiliiie In ti.w ic ta Iwiu
aiul Ili' uublu- cau .i wyt r.rl
G (x xl Hui mcs ui.d Fine
At UL-anouabla ILaIm..
l'il and Itie new urrkaj(.niD(.
B J U