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Tuesday, Majr 10, ISIO. Connfy OfHcer. Innate Judge, W. T. Sisclair; office in Ik Court Hons, - Auditor, 81 Grwsraw; office In the Court Trcaanrer, Das ill NsunARt: office in the Conn Hons. Clerk of Court, Jrkr. Williams; office In the CeH Boat. - v rroMontiiiK Attorney. J. P. Srsiflas, office ctaire is Bloomer Uonse. Reeovder. D. VCorror; office in the Conn - Horn -. ' Bheriff.QgoBoi CAiDWELL;offioe in the Conrt Bvatev - Commissioners Isaac Brrxbiard, W. Worrmar, Crrutiar Crhbs; office with Aud itor. Surveyor, 0. S. Sloax; Postoffice Stafford. - Infirmr? Director. P. 8chobaciirr, Sr, Btrprrr Docohkstt, Jrssr Jacrsor. Coroner, JorS Mcrxiras, Esq ; Baroiville, iwh eounty, uaio. New Advertisements. A ' Woolen Factory Jolin Graham. Wife Notice John Baker. pry Goods W T. Morris. - Local 17 T. Woods. Monroe Mutnal-r-Jolin B: Nill. tW W. T. Morris offers his goods for sale, cheap for cash. Give him a call. - XJohx Nallt was committed to Jail ou Weducsday last Wc understand there is a woman in the case. JtSSee W. T. Mokris storo adver tisement in this paper. Call and exam ine his goods. He will sell you goods at fair prices. A'"A- . JtyThe Town Council - orders the owners of swine to pen them." Corapli ance will save paying a fee of 50 cents each, to have them released. yAt a meeting of the Town Coun cil, held on Wednesday evening, the 4th Inst , Mr. A. D. Driogs was elected Strict Commissioner. ' '" 3TWe havp rw!i'iw1 a mnnrt nf tbe Dedication ceremonies of the M. E. Church at Graysville.on the 6th, 7th and ctb last ; but too late for this issue. It will appear next week. . . J"A dog belonging to Jacob Wal tsks of Miltonsbnrg, was shot ou April 27th dragged some distance and covered up with stones and logs. The strange part of the Btorj is, that-the dog retnrned home on Thursday, the 5th inst. To Candidates. . Wo shall eommenco printing tickets for the County Convention, on i ; Widkisdat, May 1 8th. . . No names will appear on the ticket, except those who have sent in their or ders. V:.A A - 'IfL'T. Woods is now in WoodsBeld, and is working in Monroe and adjoin ing counties in the three-fold capacity of La fx and Fire Insciuxce Agent,ancl so licitor for the well known, long estab lished Steam Marble Works of S. G. McBside, Zauesville, Ohio. Mr; Woods comes among us ably recommended for strict integrity in, and prompt attention to, business. Sad. Accident. Mr. W. M.T. Stew art, or Ajeoanon, this count', was killed on Wednesday evening, the 4th inst. lie had taken out his gun for the purpose of shooting a rat, ' and not knowing whether it was loaded, blew in it when it went off,shooting him through the head, lie leaves a wife and family to mourn his loss. , v:'v "-; ' ' - . X9The Monroe -Mutual Fire Insu rance Company elected the following officers, at their meeting last week, for the ensuing y ear : ;"V ;. " . . President H. B. Hill. Secretary J. TL Noll. - , ; lTreesurer-J.T. Spriggs. iAP JA'J Mr. Warsxk Hollister, who has been acting as. General Agent for the Com , panyi was relieved, and the Secretary in structed to attend to that duty. . "A" i9"Mrs. Ressegger, wife of Samuel RlSsegee, of Ohio township,' ,was con fined in the Infirmary last week to await n order to convey her to the Asylum at Dayton, she being insane. On Satur day night the 7th, she hung herself in Jier cell by tying one end of a handker chief around her neck and fastening the otuer to the top of the cell door. She was found Sunday morning, hanging leadt with her kness resting on the floor Her husband and relaii jns, in Ohio township, were notified on Sunday. t" A Great Receipt. Are you troubled With roaches, or ants? then we can tell you how to manage them : 'Go to a drug store and buy a pound of powdered borat ; scatter the borax on the shelves and other places where the roaches and ants docongregate,aud they will soon disappear. We have tried it on the large black roaches, large black ants, and little yellow, ants, with equal success. The borax may also oe per haps an equally sure remedy for other vermin. In any event, there is no dan ger in trying it, as it is a harmless drug. JGyThe communication from a mem ber of the Monroe Mutual Fire Insu rance Company, deserves attention. It calls for the appointment of three per sons, not connected with the company ' to fully investigate the points mentioned. An a. mimtifr of the Com nan v. wo hone the Directors will act in this matter with ont delay. r : The resolution adopted by the Board of Directors, published this week, does not cover the ground and is not what was demanded of Ike Board at their late meeting. - "" '" ' By appointing the Secretary to make the investigation, in the face of the arti cle published from a member of the ' Company, which was presented, and in which it is demanded that three persons be' selected to conduct the same,t!iey ' make it appear that they desire to- evade ' a number of the points mentioned. . The sooner this investigation is made. as demanded in the article of our cor - respondent, the better it will be for the Company and all concerned. Written for the Spirit Monroe Mutual Fire Insurance Co. tut: i.vsxred demand a m- VESTIGATIOX. Work for the Invent Ign ting C'omiuitlce. Editors Spirit : I have had my prop ertv insured in the Monroe Mutual for a number of years past.aml to this date, the. Company has not, within the past three year,informed those interested, of the condition of affairs. . I am aware that the Company has pub hshed certificate each rear, setting forth capital and iiabilitie.s,bnt that don't satisfy the members of the Company. There is a growing demand that an in vestigation shall be made by THREE DISINTERESTED PERSONS, on the following points and the result of that Investigation published : What is the nzsrezate amount of all the assessments for three years past ? How many assessments kare been made in three years ? What was the aggregate amount of each ? What auiouut of each was collected ? Have some of the insured bcon re quired to pay all the assessments, 'and have others thus far.escaped payment of part or all of them? If any have escaped, why ? and who are thev ? ' Give a detailed statement of the dis bursements these three years. , ; What amount of money was in the Treasury at the beginning of those three years r - - What amount of money was 'paid to each officer of the Company during each year?'. ' V .,. . ' Give the natns of each officer and agent to whom money was paid, togeth er with the date and amount. , What system was practiced iii paying officers and agents ? " Did the bills presented by the officers and agents, show the kind ' and amount of services rendered? ' : What system is used in auditing the receipts and disbursements of the Com pany? " .... .-. - Is it the uniform custom to pay into the treasury all inoueys collected? . Has the Secretary been promptly fur nished with receipts for all moneys paid into the treasury ? ; ' . ; -' . lias any officer or agent of the Com pany retained ana used money mat should have been paid over to the officer authorized to account for it ? ; , t V -1 Has. any officer or employe of the Company been in the habit of receiving and paying out money instead of paying itover to the treasurer? Has some of the Company's money been paid out not on proper orders? r Has the financial business of the Com pany bsen systematically or loosely man aged? .' .J.".i;-.'J .'. To whom docs the GeneralAgent pay the money that comes into his hands. To the Secretary or Treasurer? "" " If to the Treasurer, how can, or does, the Secretary keep his books ? Has the Agent paid bills without au thority from the Directors ? lias any officer or employe of the Company, within the past three years, presented a bill or bills in excess of what was due? If so, what disposition was made of it or them? " Have the accounts presented by offi cers or agcuts shown the amount dna, together with day and date ? . Why was the pay of the officers in creased from $3 to-85 per dy ? What right have the Directors to allow themselves 12 J cents mileage ? How much money has been paid to Directors, officers and agents of the Company for mileage during the last two years? ' . - Give the names of Directors, officers and agents of the Company and the amounts received by them for mileage. Have complete and satisfactory reports been made by tho Secretary and Treasu rer for tho year ending May 3, 1S70 ? If not, why not? ...,.. . , What amount is due from the Compa ny to those persons who have Jost their property by fire ? What have been tho yearly expenses of the Company during the past two years ? There arc many other questions sug gested by public rumors which the good name of the Company requires should be satisfactorily answered. , Many of them are doubtlsss idle and groundless. while others are apparently not without foundation. , - Among other things it is reported that the amount ot premium notes fell off 40,000 or $30,000 in the ; last two months "of 1839 and the firsUwo months of 1870. If this be true it calls Jbr an investigation. The property and business of the Company does not belong to its em ployes, its agents or even its Directors ; but to all its members. Every man in surcd in it has a right to know how its business is eoiiductcd,and what becomes of the money it collects. Let the Directors at their next meet ing, appoint three persons not connected with the Company, as members or oth erwise, and give them the Secretary's, Treasurer's and Agent's books and au thority to summons whom they please to examine. By so doing, a report can be obtaiued that will throw light on the manner in which the business of the Company has been managed. A report from the Secretary or other officer or employe of the Company will not answer. Three names of disinter ested persons will be furnished the Di rectors the moment they are called for. A Member or the CoMrAXT. tW Jobs C. Dcrr has received the appointinsnt of Postmaster at Oaring: ton, rice Jacob T. Morrill removed. 5T Reading page. mat Up on our fourth $300 JlEff ARD ! Euox Htssoji convicted of "assault with intent to commit a rape upon his own daughter," aged between thirteen and fourteen, escaped from the Monroe County Jail on the evening of the 27th day of April, 1870, before the Jury re turned their verdict. Ho is about six feet high, black hair, dark comptexion,wittr a scar near where the hair is parted on the right side of the forehead, two fingers off the right hand (the index finger and the one next to it,) aged about 38 years; eyes dark, with considerable white, which present a peculiar staring appearance. THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS Reward will be paid for his arrest, or any information that will lead thereto. George Caldwell, Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio. Woodsfield, O., May 3, 1870, tToceedln?ir (tie Common Pleas Court. April Term, tSTO. Court began April 12, 1870, and con tinued to April 30 : John S. Wat on the bench. , Potts vs. Potts ct al. Partition ; pro ceedings and sale confirmed. Franks vs. Young. Civil action ; dis mis?ed at costs of plaintiff. Carpeutcr vs. Pryor. Appeal; dis missed at costs of plaintiff. Stcpheus vs. Scofield. Judgment revived . - Boughncr vs. Conger et al. Partition ordered ; taken at appraisemont by M. Bonghner ; proceedings confirmed. Snively vs Brookover. Judgment re vived against executor of defendant. Williams Sc West vs. Brookover. Sale confirmed. Parker vs. Cocn et al. Partition or dered ; sale ordered. Davenport vs. Phillips. Partition or dered; taken by plaintiff; proceedings confirmed. Rice vs. Bennett et al. Partition or dered; taken by plaintiff; proceedings confirmed. Beardmore vs. Cline et al. Partition Ordered. Black vs. Wright. Partition ; sale confirmed. - . Woods vs. M. C. R. R. Co. Sale con firmed. ' - Ohio vs. Geo. Kastner. ' Assault and battery; recognized in $100 to next term. The Grand Jury returned a bill of in dictment against Isaac Booth for bur glary ; against David r . buler, Christian Di esel and Jacob Rose for selling liquor to be drank where sold, and against Da vid Hines and James Fulton for horse stea'ine. McCandless St Co. vs ' Knight. Judg ment by default for 8209 25. Spi'1228 vs. Amos as Ex r et al. J udg- ment by default against defendant Wi ley for 173.98. ! Miller vs. Miller et al. Partition or-1 dered. , . . Headley vs. Conger et al. Judgment by default for 8151 20. Okey vs. Thomas. Judgment revived. Long k Co. ts. Wehr. Sale confirm-! cd. - Armstrong vs. Taylor et al. Decree quieting plaintiffs title. . Fords vs. Thomas. Judgment revived. Gcnin vs. Usclton. Sale confirmed. Ohio vs. Fouty and Wright. Fouty found gn;lty of petit larceny ; Wright recognized in 8100 to next term. Ohio vs. Kiitcade. Peace warrant; defendant recognized to next term. Ohio vs. Shtiver and Swearingen. Charge petit larceny ; defendant Swear ingen tried, and found not guilty ;indict inent nollied as to defendant Shriver. Miller vs. Thornberry. Appeal ; dis missed at costs of plaintiff. Earlewine vs. Earlewine et al. Parti tion ordered. . Hill vs. Hill. Decree establishing will, and quieting plaintiffs title. Lincart vs. outer. Jecree quieting plaintiff's title. . Carrothers vs. Albert Judgment by default for 81620 78. Walter vs. Albert. Judgment by de fault for 8912 81. Bciser vs. Albert Judgment by de fault for $1265 00. Salisbury vs. Wilson. Replevin; dis missed. Davenport vs-. Andrews. ' Judgment by default for 8292 17. Veazy, Forbes & Co. vs. V ells et a I. Judgment by default for 81.34 95. Moose vs. Walton. Decree for 83.54 17, and foreclosure. Geniu vs E. Williamson et al. De cree for plaintiff for 8143 89, and for Anthony Shuts 8351 65 and foreclosure. Barnhard vs. Smith, Decree Tor 833b 50 and foreclosure. Ferry license granted to Mrs. Tuel McIKain vs. Jackson et al. Decree in favor of plaiutiff for 81391 93, in fa vor of R. N. Wells for 82600 86 sal in favor of H. B. May for 8480 33. Davenport vs. Barrackman. Judg ment by default for 8218 22. . Davenport vs. Trucx. Judgment by default for $315 73. Kanzijr vs. Ksnag. Ji dement by de fault for $513 19. Geniu vs. J. McMahon. Sale con firmed. . Lindamood vs, Midkuff ct al. Decree in favor of G. W. Mason for 8174 97. and in favor of Wm.Bittner for 827GJ2 and foreclosure. Steed vs. Grant. Decree for 8470 66 and foreclosure. . Mosser vs. Hunter et at. Judgment by default for 8321 50 and for sale of at tached property. Mcllott vs. Mellott. Judgment by de fault for 8311 23 and 899 17 costs. Wiley vs. Mcllott Judgment by de fault for $87 28. Suppes vs. Mellott. Judgment by de Receiver ordered fault for 851 99. Pcnn vs. Garrett. to pay over to Clerk. Ohio vs. Jacob Rose. Indictment for selling liquor to be drank where sold ; plea gwi'ty ; fine 810 and costs Ohio vs. Christian Dressel. Samo as above. Ohio vs. Jacob Schneider ; same a's above. Ohio vs. Isaac Booth. Tried and found euilty cf burslary ; sentenced to penitentiary for seveii years. Jordan vs. Gibbons. Decree for $159 28 and foreclosure Special Grand Jury reported two bills of indictment against Klson Hyssom for assault witti intent to commit rape, and one indictment vs Jacob Schneider for selling liquor to be drank where sold. Ohio vs. David C Hinet. Recogni zance in sum of 8500 on charge of horse stealing forfeited, aud motiou to respite continued. Ackley vs. Bever. Dismissed at costs of plaintiff. . Adams vs. Cox. Sale confirmed. Ohio vs. EUon Hyssom. Indictment for assault with intent to commit rape ; tried and found guilty; while the jury prisoner escapcu. Davenport vs. A-. Morris. Judgment by default for $175 72 and for sale of attached property. Moose vs. Davenport. Dismissed withont prejudice. Dougherty vs. Fogle. Judgment agaiust defendaut for costs. Dickerson vs. Way. Dismissed. ' Hamilton vs. Hamilton. Divorce ; continued at costs of petitioner. Walker ts Church. Dismissed at costs of plaintiff. j Markle vs. Wise. Dismissed at costs i of plaintiff. ! Ohio vs. Morrison. Housebreaking; no indictment ; defendant discharged. - Ohio vs. C. Dressel. Selling liquor, etc. ; no indictment ; defendant dis charged. . Ohio vs. Gibbons, et al. Fornication; no indictment; defendant discharged. Ohio vs. Kindleberger. Larceny ; no. indictment defendant discharged. Ohio vs. Porter. Burglary ; no iudict inent; defendaut discharged. Mechem vs. Morris Dismissed. Ohio vs. Louisa Suter. Assault and "attcry; no indictment; defcudant dis charged. Mopre vs. Moore. Dower ordered; defendent excepts. Gillespie. vs. Watkins. Judjmcnt of Comity Commissioners reversed. Moore vs. Read, Adin'r. Judgment of Probate Court reversed, and allow ance to widow ordered ; defendant ex cepts. The usual number of leaves were ta ken for amending pleadings, Ac. AXNOIXCE ME T S . lf will announce the names 0 candidates nd print 2,000 tickets for each for 57 ; payable in advance. Proceeding- of the Democratic County Central Committor Is compliance with call of the Chairman. the Central Committee met on Tnedajr, the 12th day of April. The Committee decided that the Demoeraoy shoald meet at the msnal places ot holding elections, in the several townsmps, on . SATURDAY. June ll,18TO, And vote by ballot for candidate for count offices. Also, that the Jndgee of elections select one of their own nnmber to return the poll book, on MONDAY, the lSthdayof June. The following resolution was Adopted by the uaanimous vote of the Committee: Resolved, That the Judges of the election, in the several townships bo authorised to accept no votes of Republicans, unless they pledge themselves to support the nominees of the Con vention. ." AUDITOR Eds Spirit: Announce Michael Horfplrr, of Center township candidate for County Auditor, sul.jee to the decision of tho Democratio County Convention. Mart Dirocrats. ararMEjisits. Editors: Please an nounce the name of R. K. Waltoh, of Salem township, aa a candidate for Auditor, subjeot to the decision of. the Democratio Convention of June 11. v jSTEds. Spirit: Announce William Wrddlr, of Benton township, as a candidate foi County Auditor; subject to tho decision of the Democratio County Convention. Bertor. 3TEi8. Spirit : Announce Charles F, Billmar. of Summit township, as candi date for County Auditor; subject to the -decis ion of the Democratio County Convention. Mast Democrats. M"We are authorized to announce William Ckaio, of Center township, as a can didate for Conn'y Auditor; subject to the de cision of the Democratio County Convention. CLERK StefEofl. SriRiT: Many Democrats of Washington township desire the name of David Orrt announced as candidate for Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention to be held June 11, 1870. Mast Democrats, IqT'Eps. Spirit: Announce W. S. Wilrt, of Adams township, as candidate for the office of Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas; subject to the decision of the Demo cratio County Convention. V art Democrats. ds. Spirit: Announce Joel T. Jodkirs, of Center township, as candidate for the office of Clerk of the Conrt of Com mon Pleas; subject to tb decision of the Democratio Convention of June 11, 1870. Drvocran of Morror. f&yWe are authorized to announce that Dan 1 it Waltor, of Center township, is candidate lor Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas, subject to the decision of the Demo, cratic Convention. -Eds. Spirit: Announce Alex. TJardrstt, of Malaga Township, as a candi date for the office of Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas; 'subjeot to the decision of the Democratio Convention, of Jane 11, 1870. RECORDER. foT'Ecs. Spirit: We' again nominate as candidate for the office of County Recor der. D. O'Corrok; for faithful services we refer to the records of the office; subject to the vote of the Primary Election. Thr Dimocractof Horror. ' We are authorised, te announce James Myers, ot Ferry township, as a candi date for County Recorder; subject to tie deoislon of the Democratio Convention. ? ' COMMISSIONER. iQr Eds. Spirit: Announce William Worrx ar, of Sunsbury township, as eandi. date for re election to the office of County Commissioner, snbjeot to the deoislon of the Democratic County Convention. Mr. Work mar, during the time he has served Monroe County as Commissioner, has rendered uni versal satisfaction. The people are anxious for his reoomination to that office. -Mart Democrats. IXFIRMARY DIRECTOR. Ed8.Spirit: Announce the name of Philif Schumacher, Pr, as a candidate for Infirmary Director; subject to the decision of the Convention of June Drmocrats. 5T"Wc are authorized to announce RoasRT J).rrstor, of Center township, as a candidate for Infirmary Director, subject to the deoislon of the Democratio Convention ol une 11. jtsYEi)S. Spirit : Announce Jacob C. Ycho, of Center township, as a candidate for Infirmary director; subject to the decision of the Democratio Convention. Democrats. "Sheriff Caxdwell and Deputy Sheriff Little left here on' last Tuesday morning, with Isaac Booth, who was sentenced at the late term of Court to seven years confinement in the Pcniten tiary. PROBLEMS AND ANSWERS. The following are the answers to the hhaM t 1 . piuuieins puoiibuea in our issue of th 3d inst: Answer to No. 2125 feet. - T. O. Dough ertt. ' Answer to No. 22 After 5 months. D. N. Pkcett. lo Clean Paist. As the trine for cleaning 'house is now upon us it may be of bencht to the ladies to kuow that there is a very simple and easy way (o clean paiat that has become aolid, and which, if adopted, would save much trouble.. Provide a plate with sorao of the best whiting to be had, aud have read v some clean, worm wnt.r ani piece of flannel, which dip into the wa ter and squeeze nearly dry ; then take as much whiting as will adhere to it and apply it lo the painted surface, when a little rubbing vill instantly remove any dirt or grease. Afterwards wash the part well with clean 5 water, rubbinsr it dry with a chamois. Paint thus cleaned is said to look as well as when first laid on, without injury to the most delicate colors. It is far better than using soap and does not require half the labor and time. XarWhen a discoverer of any. scien tific subject, asks the 00 operation of the learned in science, to test the merit and truth of his discovery by severe tests aud practical results, ami then to indorse and recommend it, it is fair to presume it is valuable for the purpose intended. Such has been the course pursuo l by Messrs. Hall & Co., proprietors of Hall's Veget able Sicilian Hair Renewer. And all those who have tested it (among whom we may mention Dr. A. A. Hayes and S. Dana Hayes, practical Chemists, and State Assayers of Massachusetts ; Wal ter Burnham, M. D., Prof, of Surgery in Penn. University, Philadelphia ; Geo. Gray, M D., Professor of Anatcmy and Physiology,) assert it is the best prepa ration in nse for all cutaneous diseases of the scalp. Restores gray hair to its original color, prevents the hair from falling out, creates a new growth. It is certainly worthy of a trial. Xewbury- port Herald of Gospel Liberia. Elbctiox or Officers. Ou Monday, the 3d inst., the following persons were chosen Directors of the M jnioe Mutual Fire Insurance Company : Peter Dorr, . R. C. Miles, -Isaac Welsh, ...... .T. P. Spriggs, Jere. Williams, John M. Goodwin, G. H. Davenport, J. M. Rownd, (i. Hutchinson, J. 1. Judkins, W. T. Harlan, Wm. Okey, II. C. Kotzcbue. ' After the result had been declared it was discovered that Mr. Williams and Mr. Goodwi were not members of the Company. The former's policy expired in January and the latter had not been insured in the Company for some length ofiime. Their places were filled by Mr. Hugh B. Hill and Mr. C. War- nicke, they having received 16 or 17 votes each and being the next highest. Williams and Goodwin received in the neighborhood of 80 votes each. '. Mr. J. T. Judkins tendered his resignation and Mr. N. Hollister was appointed in his stead. It is but fair to presume that the new- Board will immediately order the inves tigation requested by a member of the Company in another column of this issue. 91 AROIKO. April 30, bv John -Yartin, str, Jatbias Ollom and Jfirtha Jane Soggin. COM MEBCIAL. WOODSFIELD PRODUCK MARKET correct m wrrkxt - t 1 . Saturday, Mrj 7, 180 Wheat porbuihei 90al 15 Flour per barrel.... 6,00(6,50 3,003,25 Floor per hundred Corn per bushel... Oats . " Beans " ; Flax-seed ... 75 ...1,25 ,1,50 1,00130 .20 Batter pet '. Eggs per dozen.. Ragf per lb.....;. Coffee................... Timothy seed . ..... 10 3 1..25 .....4.505.00 Clover teed... 12,60 (Jreen Apples.. Dried Apples.. Dried Peaches 50 - t .25 ......2,00 Salt... Hay, per. ton... Wood per cord... Onions pet bushel Potatoes 3,50 12,00 ,..3,00 ,. 50 Corn meal per bushel 75 Sorghum molasses by the bbl Socks per pair Bacon per pound..... .... 60 40 .1418 Beef psr pound 10al5 Tallow " 12J Candles " .i.25 Lard Coal .... Beeswax ....15 15 ....25 Soap, (country) n..i - . 6 G075 r earners Tea .... ..11,5002,00 Syrup per gallon. Molasses " ..1,40 751,20 Sugar, per pound...-. 15022 Suj:r (maple) ........... 16 Uides (green) per pound ;' 6 Calf Skins per poand 12 From tho Keginter.J Wheeling Wholesale Market. ' May 4. The grain market is very quiet and nricea without ehunue. For fbur there is a good local dtuianJ but the market it almost stagnant for transportation. . . .. .1.-1 3 In groceries ana provisions too aemana has been good all the past wick and pri ces have been firmly maintained. Shoul ders have advanced one-fourth of a eent. We continue our quotations: Al'PLES Good demand at $2 75 u 00. . BUTTER There is a steady demand for the better grades, while common and inferior are abundant and very dull; isles of prime 1 1 30c. CHEESE Supply cf old near'y ex hausted ; sales of Goshen at 17 Jo. CARBON OIL Denned continues light, while prices are unchanged ; stand ard brands, in a jobbing way, 27s and no charge for pickage. CANDLKS Star at 1820c; city mould at 1 3 Jo. COFFEE Rio at 2122Je for prim; 23Q4c for choice te fancy : " DRIED FRUIT Qnlet and duH.-Ap pies, no sties. Peaches at 78e fjr quarters tod 9J(oC10Jc for halves. EGGS Dnll at 14c. LEATHERS Sales at 73?, and the muni advance for small lots 1a a retail 1... . .' . . -: .A FLOUR Active local demaati ; we continue to quote at 96 25 W 6 75 for fancy; 55 255 50 for rtd wheat fifflily, and Sj 50 for Rye. FISH No 2 maekerel S5 50; No. 3, kite. 83 15: No 2 do. 82 25: lake her- rine. 84 25: white fish, 88 75. ' ; GRAIN Wheat steady; we quote at II 20 1 25 for white.and II 05 for red. Corn firm at 75a. Oats in demand at 45o. Rye at 80o. Barloy nominal at 80c for spring and fall. GLASS First quality 8x10 at 84; lOx 12 at 84 50; second quality xl0 at 83 00; 10x12 at 83 50 per box or 50 feet. Discount 10 per cent. . GINSENG At 65c $ ft. HAT Q'liet; prims baled i? still quo ted at 816 0017 00; loese at 812 00 15 00. LARD OIL Extra winter strained at II 35 per ealloo. POTATOES 3540o from store. PROVISIONS Market firm; wequote mess pork at 830 00 Sugar cured hams at 18go. Canvassed hams at 19c. Plain hams at 17Je; break fst btcou at 18c; olear sidei at 17c$; clear rib at 17c; shoulders at 13c. Lard at 17c in tier ces; kegs at 18Jc. RAGS Cotton at 4e per pound. SEEDS Season about over and quo tations noinal; Clover at 810 00. Tim othy at 86 00. Flax seed at $1 75. SYRUPS Baltimore at50(&65c; New York at 7580o; chnie.fi drips at 85c. SUGARS New Orleans at 12J13Jc; Porto Rico at lll12Ae; Cuba at'llal2c; crushed atl4Jc;A coffee at 14c; B coffee at l4c;C eoffee at 13c. SOU A At Dc in papers; best iNew Castle at 6c in keg;. SO Al' Family at 61e; German at 8Jc; Eastern at 1012c. SALT Dair, al$3 25; Ohin River at 82 20: Muskingum at 82 15 ) barrol. TOBACCO Firmrrainafaotured un changed; navy at6875c; dark 10s and at 6Sa75c; bright 10s and s at 7080c. TEA Gunpowder at 81 501 7o; Young Iljson at 81 30 1 60; black at 1 00.t 10. Hew York Money Market. May 5. MONEY Easy at 4a5 pr cent, on call. There is a great plethora of na tional bink notes and the banks are off ering them at 3 per cent for two weeks free of interest for one week where green backs are returned and a discount of 75 cents to one dollar per 1,000 is allowed where bankers give check or greenbacks. DISCOUNTS Quiet at 6a7 per cent. STERLING Firmer under a decrease of specie iu the Bank of France; at 1 09 al 091. GOLD Dull: opaned at 114f and clo sed at U4; carrying; rates 4a6 per cent. Clearance? 42,0ll0,C03. GOVERNMENT STOCKS-ncavy and lower. COUPONS. Years. Rate. 1881..... ; ...1161all6 1862 Ill allll 1864 - HOfallOJ 18G5 110all0 1865 (new) 112gall2i 1867 1131131 1868 11311131 10-40.' 107al07f Currency Sixes........ ...... 112112J The Government bought 2,000,000 at 110 4 100.' ; ; To Consumptives. THE Advertiser, having been restored to heatth in a few weeks, by very simple rem edy, after having suffered sereral years with severe long affection, and that dread dis ease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. ; .- , ..-....- . . . . i To all who 'desire it, he will send a copy the prescription used (tree of charge,) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find sorb Cokr fob CoRsuMrrioR, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc The object of the advertiser in sending the pre scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information whioh he oonoeive to be invalu able; and he hopea every sufferer will try his remedy, as it Will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Tarttea wishing the prescription, will please address ' Rev. Kr)(f AUD A WILSON, Williamsburg. Kings Co., New York. ma251y. Errors of feuth. 1 . A GRNTLKXAN wno suffered for some years from Nervous Debility, Prematura Deoaysnd all the eVaota of youthful Indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, tho reoeipt and directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured, 8utferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, oan do so by addres. sing, in perfect confldenoe, ' ' ' ': . .. , JOHN B. OGDBir, ma2$v. No. 42 Cedar street, Now York, JJrto bl)erti$tment3, Til K JEBO HA Li E WOOLEN FACTORY ! , ... :-, . . . . :. :, ( . 1 ! .. . i " HP HE subscriber, . thankful for past favor. L would respectfully announce to his old pat rons, and the public in general, that he is now prepared at his old stand, at Jerusalem, Monroe .-.County, Ohio, to do Carding and Spinning in the boat manner. I can and do card and spin each person's wool by itself, so that the person bringing wool will receive the same back again. AU other estab lishments in this seoticn of the country mix different lots of wool, and .cannot prepare it separately aT do. ... I , GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in all coses where the wool is properly cleansed, and all who want their work done Creap.Well and with Dispatch will not fail to give me a call. A. JOHN GRAHAM. maylOmS. - .,.(.-.,.,.. Monroe Mutual Fire Insurance COMPANY. The Directors of the Jfonroe Jlutual Fire Insurance Company, at their last meeting, pass ed the following resolution and ordered it pub lished: , - . Ilctolccd, That the Secretary is hereby re quired to' prepare for publication, m full a re port of tho condition of the .Vonroe Jfntual Fire Insurance Cumpuny as practicable, embra cing the amount insured, premium notes, pre miums collected, asbesHmenla collected, low paid, fees of officers and incidental expenses for three years or more past, ana present toe same to the Board as soon as it can be completed. Ordered thUt this reatlution be also pu lish- ed. JUH.TJ O. AOXL-i SeereWry' insylOwS. r ITTAWTb TWO SNERQBTIC YV UBN as oanvassera for the sale of Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macbin-s. ' Waeon team and outfit fornished free .of charge. Apply to WM.SUMNK& & CO. No. 8S Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va-mchltmt. Special loticcs. Dome Dance to the Maalc While Ike Fan la UoIbv ea. , t BUT TOUR DRY GOODS While the Excitement lasts And to buy then CHEAP jo to "W - ,T - 2& ORRIS Whoro you will find a full line of 1SPRING&SUMMERG00DS As there has been a good deal'of gas about Cheap Good lately, I wiith to say to my patrons and the public generally, that I can and will sell as .. Cheap for Cash as the Cheapest I care not where they go! So "Lay on MeDnfT," etc 13 Tarda Calico for One Dollar. lOvds MuHlIn lorOne Hundred CIs. Such a thing is possible, and no humbug. Groceries, . , QtTEESSWARE, Hardware, Notion, ' ' ..-. --'t-' .Boots, Shoes, i- v. Hats, y -: " ',.-' V - Caps, and in fret everything usually kept in s retail store will bo ' ' .... ... , 1... " 1? . ;. fs.: SOLD IN TUESAME PROPORTION. If y stock ia Fresh and Dosirablu: nmbrating the .. t . ; , ... Bttl and Most Reliable Brandt of Goods ! '' Manufactured. No Poter Funk spools with three ronnds of thread on them to bait greenhorns. ; . 1 t9 1 will give as gnoa value tor one hundred centi as any man living'. maylUml. TV. T. MORRIS. 1 ' To the Public . V THE public are hereby notified that my wifc, . ElUabcth Baker, has left mv bed and board without just canne, and that I will pay no debts contracted by her from this date. Saturday. Jthe 7th day of Kay, 1870. JAJfE8 BAKER. maylUwS. THE ENTERPRISJtl Flour&ooIenManiiuictur'g OOMPANT, OF POWn ATT AN, BELMONT CO ,0. haviso thru .' '. -; I FlouriBg Mill & Woolen Maiuflielory in complete running order would announce to the publio that they are manufacturing and have on hand a large and complete . " S T 0 C K 0 G OO DS of their own manafacture, consisting of Cassikkres, n . , - -... .. . . SATISET8, r " ' A ' L Jeans," '" Blakkkts, , DRESS AND SHIRTING FLANNELS, YARNS, drc, They will also exchange goocU for Wool, and will do . -"! i CUSTOM MANUFACTURING AND SPINNING, in the most satisfactory manner, A con tinuance of the liberal patronage is solicited. L. BOGER, President, JOBN BBRGUNDTHAL, Manager. . . api26m3. . . A,, . , m, Kuabe & Co. . .v ' 4 --.A'" -. .i. . A. - f .,S flfiST PI B MICK 8tO MK01L ' ' i f ' - Grand. Square aud Upright Over 60 Gold n.nl 'Silver Mtxlah Re . . ceived Over all Competitors; the fflyh est Awards of Merit. THKSB INSTRTJJIBSTS RAVINCJ BREN BB forc the pnblie for the past thirty years, have upon their excellence alone. atUiue.l an unpurchased preeminence that pronounces thoaa unequaliedt , . . ... . Their TONB eombineu great powr,richness, sweetness, and fine singing quality, . as well at greajk purity of Intonation and . harmonl onsness thronghont the entire scale. : The "TOUCH 1 pUant and I actio, and in entirely free from the stiffness found in ao many piano,whioh causes the pei former to so easily tire. In . WORKMANSHIP they, cannot be ex celled. ..Tbeir aotion la eonstraoted with a care and attention U every part therein that oharaoltfritfes the tneat mechanism. None but tho best seasoned material ia used in their manufacture, and they Vill accept the hard ustge of the oonoert room with that of tho parlor upon an equality,- unaffected in their melody; in fact they are constructed .'Not for Tear, but roreyer." -All Of Krarr'i Booari Piaros have : theii new 'improved Grand Soale add the Patent Agraffe Treble in neper 3 octaves. . PATENT GRANTED AUGUST 11, 1866, which is conceded by all our greatest artists and oritlos to be tho grandest improvement naed in the' construction of Pianos Every instrument fully warranted for fire years, . ..." ' - "" ' ' : : Wurcrooms, No 11 t 13 East State st., COLUMBUS, O., 11 Nos. 288 fc 290 Superior street, CLEVELAND, O. JOHX SELTZER & CO., , . General Wholesale and Retail Agents. We are also agents for K. P. NBKDHAM & SON'S and 1H.KLP8 & GOODMAN'S celebra ted Oroafs and Mstoioifa, no doubt the boat instrumenta of their kind made fn thia country. Also, keep a full stock of Surrt Mobw and Instructor Books together with overy variety of Mnsioal Merchandise, snqh as Brass and flavin Ikitrorbrts, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Aceordeona, Flutinas, Con certinas, Harmonicas, Viohnoellos, t Double Basses, Fifes, Drums, StooU, Covers, ia. The FAMOUS PAGANINI STRINGS, best mad in the world. Orders from a distance promptly and carefully executed. A visit is respectfully solicited to the old and reliable Musio Headquarlers.wbere prices are most moderate. john'skltZbr CO. Proprietor. TjcSJok work of all kinds executed wiln neatness' and d'spatch, Give ns a call; '; 7') jn!H'4 ran Tisiq :s? 4m cured of Dafo-aad.Carrh bra simple remedy, and will send the reoeipt free. JE i T 100 TO $250 per mmilk!ilintsLJtejJL pay. Wages paid weely to Agents. everywhere celling our .P'ti'ntT Silrer ,.VouW White Wire XMhes Liner ?TuWWna3ieift. for full particubirs adlrc-ts MlI.JJ?, Phila T4. GlHAKO WlRB R moyl0w4- litDtt? ci!..i. i rr.ist. A WORK descriptWe of 'the'' MT3TBRIE? ' , viKiuBs, viuits, sruBnwuK.i ana r CRIMES, of the CfTX OF PARI ? A It contains 150 fincenyrivinxs of awted no:. Life and Scenes in Paris. Agents jrjuted. Ad dress. ' - . - A' "' . - . ' . NATIONAL PUBtl3HI.'J CO?, Tiueinnati4 Ohio, Chicagn, 111., or St. Louis, Mo..mTlJ)4 - . Ag-eninCanvain; Ilookx Sent Free for "v . -. . . ' ' ' - A O .1. 1 P T' ' 1 'r- ' .."! ! ' . oecreis oi miernai - itevenuc: The most remarkable book ever publisheol, being a complete exposure of the powerful con federations or "Jtiugs1 preyidg" on onr Govern ment Showing up all oliquec frowthe lowe'st ' to the highest. Cabinet Officer andGtmgretsinen a Well as minor operator' syctematio-depredations, conspiracies, official corruption, political, influence, patronage and wire-pulling. , A fear less Historical work, invaluable , to every cifci sen; containing 540 pages, -by a prominet Gov ernment Detective Over 20,090 copies already sold. Agents wanted. CinTxninff hooks frte. Addreos W. Flint, rubli-l!errhiUaeJphia,I?,i uosum, .-uar-i. cuicaga ill., or L'inciunati, V. muvldwt . , A' ' A '."'" ' ' . AGEXr W.lS'TKl).Wi (o fiiOO-per-Month (Senjgiiiiw, Srluiol Tf.ichrr. Sufiit Young Men and L ttiiesic mkifjo (Santas fir the Seie Book, , , .... : ; , : .. , . - . 'Or R FATHER'S II Otrsr or - THE UXW1UTTEN" W01U). By,D.VNiF.L HARcn;''aufkW 'bYlW''rptIar "Night Soenes." This mailer fri -thong-htr anA huimige shows'us untold riches: and ieau.tk" iu the Great House, with its Blooming, flowers,. Singing birds, Waving palms, Rolling clouds. T L-r ... i n , . r . . n .. ... . cBaunmi dow, Di c ed Aiouncam, Uelignttul Rivers, Mighty oceans Thunderiny voices. Bla zing heavens and vast universe with counties, beings in million of worlds, an I reads ,k u in each the Unwritten Word. Rtise-tinteii paper. ornntr(cngr.ivinjrB and superb b'nding.. Send: for circular, in which is a full dewiptioi and , nnivertitil commendations by tho press, minis-, tcrs and college profess rs, in tho strouarosfc pJ siblo lnngu igo. ZEIGLER, MrCURIY A CO. -139 Bace street, Cinninn tti, Ohio. may 10w4 " The Great JledicTT Dlitmayl DR.. WALKER'S UALIITORNIA 'A! VI N E G A R V - BIT TJERr 2 & ( . ill ' . P.? 5 - Madejof Poor fium. Whisky .Proof Spir it and; Kef use Liquors deotored,npice?i and ' sweetened to please the taste, calledi -Tonoios, Appetisers' "Restorers o.,' Viat; lead s the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,, but are a true medicine.made from-tbe Retire Roots aud Uerba.of California, Funs' trom all' Alcoholic Stihulaxts. They are the GREAT BLOOD PURIFIES ant LIPH GIV--ma rBIHCIPLE, perfect .Renovator, and Invigorator of the systemcarryiar off all poisonous matter, and restoring the blood ,to ' a healthy condition. ; No person .,en take?, these Bitters according to directions, land re main long nuwell. . : r i . . ;;. ,". " .j, J' ) filOO will be given for au incurable ease, provided the bones are not destroyed bx mln-' oral poisons or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the. point of repair' 1 ' Fur Iuflanim-ttorj) and Chroniei Rheu-; m'ttisiri.'and Gont, Duapcpsi'fl dxdiget- tion, Billiout, ' Remittent, and- fn1eriit6tht Fetcr. Diseases of the Blood ''Liuer? Kid-i neys, and Bladder,lhesa Billeri have bet most successful. Such diseases are caused bv Vitiated Blood, which is genaralty-produced1 by derangement of the Digestive Organs. .-. r .Cleanse the vitiated blood .whenever you, find its impurities bursting through; the sfctnA pimples, eruptions or sores; clcauiM it when yotf . find it obstructed und sluggiin th.e Vein olennse it when -it is foul, and 'your fralingm will toll vju when.; ' Keep tho bluod pun andr the health of the system will folio-..? PIN, TAPE and other WORMS. Inrking i he system of so many thouHandsfs cffcctuimy1 destroyed aud removed.' ' '" J in Billions; Remittent ' and trtterpfittent IcV vers, theew Bitter have no equaLopiull , rections read carefully th cinlur around cichl bottle, printed in four languages' English,Ger nian, French and Spanish. A ' A '' !' ' " ' ' ' J. WALKER,- Proprietory ' ' : ; k. ? v. S3 Commerce streetK.X J ' J ; R. H. 3cDONALD & CO:, . PruggUU and general Agents,, San Prancis6 and , Saoramento, California and S3 fcnif $( Commerce attest TX. T.J ' , ' Mich29m3. " 1 v j t3f"SOLt BY ALL DrIO(I8T3uKD thUfclin. Thc: Magic .Cohlb; beard to a permanent black orAhrewn.' , It contains so poisos. , Anyone can usc.it. One sent W mail for $1, .Address- ' :'' '. MAGIC COMB CO,,Springireid.'MasH.,; ' mch8m3. ' - : 4. 'LUi-i.-S,'fv- fllNKLEY KNITTlHQ MACHINJ?. ruK FAnii)i:l ian simpie.i coeap, renanie, Krits RVRRtrniKO. AGKNTA.WANTBD. Cir cular, and sample stocking Fftta; Address HINKLBY KNITTING MaCUINB CO.,,162 West 4th street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ; . . , mubSml. 10,000 Ageuls Wauted, :v ' ' A ... for-: Ji'v'H V;A"A.:i-4. PRIEST .1ST, TJ 1ST Apply at once to CRITTEXBEN & McKlN- NEY, 4VI03 Chcatnut st, Philvlolphiaj Pa.8w ' , '. , Fanner's ; Helper, J SnOWS HOW TO DOUBLE THE PROF ITS OF THE FARM, and shows how Far mers aud their sons can each make t 00 r KB MOXTn in Winter. 10,000 copies will be muilod free to fanners. Send name nnl address to ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO., Cincinnati, 0. The Knaba Piano. ' - , Next to books there is no inanimate thing in the house that can produce so much profitable pleasure as a IHnno. A library and a Fiano are symbols of a high civilization..: These two spread the nobler Uuniuot, where the cotil in fed, without fear of gluttony ,or lisipation. As books bring into our daily circle as familiar companions the noblest spirits that Over Wrought . upon earth, aud permit us' to rear our ohildir under the fnlrnenco of the noblest . natures, so the Pufno, with simple incantations bring us up from their sleep, the brotherhood of song, anil persuades tbm to dwell among ns. 1 . Of the enormous variety, of Pianos mape factored, it .canst be admitted none have con tribute! to -much to the happiness of our homes, as those celebrate! instruments,, use v by the thousand- in every quarter of the globe,- and manufactured by the world re nowned house of Messrs. Wm. Krar& Co., Baltimore. Those fianos hivs been before the publio for more than 40 years, with a itady increase of popularity, 'until to-day. they are . pronounced . by the greatest artists, amateurs, ane the universal judgment of tK pnbjio at large to be the bb-.t and most atu' ablr Fiano made in the wotld. , Jon Belts sr k Co., Wholesale and Retail - AgenU for the uneqoaled Knabe Piano, 1 1 A; lit. East State street, Columbus, O any -i4l W x"S J MORK THAN 500,000 rersohsA ou; Bear testimony to their Won--- 5 5 2 : derful Curative Effeits. ; o 5 ' " v WHAT AUE ; TUKTf 2w f 5 , ' X-t-A-' -H!- 5 " I J 49- 5 . ' V' , -;a s ' THEY A IE NOT A his '