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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY,
IICXIIY It. 'WEST, Proprietor, ? r. .1VAIE. WILLIAMS, . : : Editor. . 1 S jV f i : j - t J . Vri ' -LI ' Wodflelit,' April 4,lf76. V union "or hearts.' a union of hands,' A union f S'aie' none' may never if; A anion of lakesa union or landsi And the FLAoor wr Unwh Forve." Address all letter v :-:hl "Tna Sfiritf DwaoMAen" , , Wooilsfleld, ' tt'i'tzl-r r-Vi'stV. . .Monrcfe County ,'fS'- .; ; jEPMr TtNcriBCCK Mortoh doe not wars that blood stained banner of his 3 f ii rkrn si v a Ue did af ret i m s , J jtjrVue, amount of e nthasiasm to the square inch in the Eepubliran, State fyn ventioa. wasn't suflcient; fo cause any x- ploaioa - jCy-CoHKUXs's game iaeupposed .to he cooked. Gsoroe Willi am Ccans did i with nisHtilcsi)!f'.cTT,i(i the Hew York Si.' '"'S&L,I W.;! 'trmi the Cfucinnatr tomr6Mlt on promising, to accomplih answer one question fairly, and without employing opprobious'etfhef s ?- . Is gcMVMH t'!l hi htyi- .leoming hack to a. rrpenic;ilar position tat currency q-iesti in. ., A re ceat vote tndicatestuathe' favors a -repeal of the Resumption A? .l! 1 " - STThe, fJttODt ; of, the , Republican Stat Uonvenuou uvaena uaiei ou K Poalnnft ; with Ira . . . ... . ' mendous momentum, Jj.Jjjt (f ' ROrt Of' didn't jnat amount to any ereat shakes. rX3TSenator Shirmai and Chaklet GiosTKJfoii we defeated' for the poal-1 tkm of delegates at large to the Repub Itcao Nattonal OnvenUon! : - Tbi looks like a vote of ''want of confidence." XIiLToit Barkes, of Guernsey County, is nominated on the Republican ticket for Secretary of State. People in t-: . haws hitnalnPAr Vtepn oWlklB uigu mm u.vav lookinjr right over the top of Milton's BflU. ' I . jK7"Kow thing are : going- to' ; be Kroucrht around ri?ht with a sud ten jerk. The Ohio;Bepublican Convention has resolved. in favor of 'an honest and eeo-a-niiical administration,; of the Govern aent."- - .-: r XSTTbeiKflpabUcan State Convention last waek, thaukd Gbawt for hia faith- fol' adherent to EepuUicaji pnnct- ldaav! n ; -..-T :'5 ,ri :r-;:!' .-. Are Boss -.SheIird and -J5acock RepuWicairpTiiiciplea V ' " He has ? "ad heratf'WreitenacipVsly to them than to nythingilse.t,f;l:,f ... ; fyTfae Republican State Convention - resolved that "there must be no division of the School Fuvt.' and no sectarian in terfertnee with the schoola," . .. To oppose with auoh unyielding dt UnaioatWMi something which nobody favors? requires a degree 'of courage lit- Ue ahoit of. dare-deyu recwesaness. Ir a silver dollar is worth but 83 1-5 cents in fold, it follows that , the - silver dollar is wortb; loss than the ( greenback . . . . a . v oollar, and this snouiu dc me signal iur pvtUn; out wlvcr cuange.-C.,.j fom. ntrthti' '" : ' u '- Wheiein is deprecfate! silver coin su periort'o'epreciated paper'currency,6 es pecially when the coin is the more depre- ciniCM u-w iwv.,. ,.' .,. .. ... v: " t ' ' ln..a Vvf lt Attin , ... ; il..ra!.' I. Aihana County, a class of people o hopelessly tupi-lastobelievo' the Athens Mewii gtr, when it publishes such paragraphs, for example, as that about "G EORfc tt. rxaDLRTuN, in its issue of the 231 . ulU- rPrd&A the neoble of .ripu ft , I mmm w q-v- ?. ' ' that county as exceptionally inteiiigcnu ' ItJTThe base charge that; Ten dletok had bUedvMrs:,BELKSAr'hast had; its brains knoclccdont.Jias been ground into sausage meat, and theWxrematcd. ' Yet, to the disgrace of the rprotession; there are editors who continue repeat it just ..':r t, Lo.l Kn ronduaivelr established The ntmost extent of Mr. .rEapUTos' 8 irTending WaiC Brst, that he should under take a case before - one of the Depart nients, and, Vwondiy,' that he received . large fee for liis services, though with the full approval c those who paid it. i jgrBiusTow is just pow the upper dog n.tba fiohl for the. Jlepubltcan rresider- tial OfHiination ; Why ? . That is a co DBndrum we cannot answer. .. i - He Is Secretary of the Treasury. What flnancll ; feat" has he liccomplishcd f . .Lt. inr finnrp run in lhf monz w u ' . .... . . - same luppy go-lucky style that has char acter'.)d them for a l'zen years. . ' Ilehas'sinokeil -out a den of thieves, and deserves credit for it, but that alone no more shows his fitness for the IVesi A.m-v than would the success of a rat- """J cstchrshwh"n fitness to c-jtn'nand. an army. jrAs the Republican Sttte Cotmn ; tion affirms that 'Grant; bar faithfully i adhered to KejMihl.can priaciplea," a brief review of Grant i career gives an j Intelligent exposition vf these pi inc.- j "pie." --' : " j San Do j mingo, uabcock. and Iouiiana, Bel-I knap and nepotism, in fact there's n i end of. suggestive names and iibrases to i elucidate the subject 1 S 13 Thofe deluded people wno wioHgm ... ; the R publican party had .no principles ! deserve to stand on the dunce block. JtyGovernor Amm, who has been at tending xeslonsly J,o the jMWpody shirt' ; lousiness for the State of, Mississippi, i has made t child's bargain with the Leg- islature oflhat State. . lie proposed that ! ' f,,,i . 1 .. , irapeachmoi t, he wpuM; resign.' 'They did, and he did. Auks was blessed with Bes Butler for a father-in-hw. . WltK.nrh UTtmnl.. Awe. .n.l Tin . wtr and Babcock to j'tdjfe bv, it will jauer awu,l0 .uwmou u.m , u:i W . . . rtT a n , tans to raane enon iter ooast that she in Istils into nergraduaPsv the soul or hon I - ' . : - ; jty We do not always like the New York, Worlrt. treatment of Ih.iRe who differ irith it, nor do we always approve its doctrines; yet tnere is-'JtTpaper '-We read so fully or so regularly. It is alto gether the most scholarly dally publish ed in this country. - Its editorials are al ways vigorous,' and sometimes even slashing.'' Occasionally they take a an morously ... '-satirical tnrn which woyld make a Stoic smile , : '; ; . ; , i The Weeklj. World is a paper which we can cordially ''recommend to our atj" ricullural people, a it raskos a speciality of agriculture an! the kindrel subjects of stock breeding, Ac. . It .contains an epitome of the week's newf, full market reports, superior literature, and, in short, is a llrat-rate family paper, '":,'Sv't , 1U prospeptua may be tjund in anoth er column. yerU '''. 'ei-in- :f.,T- t'"' Radical Rerorin obi in Rampage. -Joat before every election there is a hlikly virtuous and patriotic demand ' for j reform, WlficK Uie'pliian9 liry Co outdo Aueeveoi a L reuuesuai eiecuon unu these demands and these prolhises fairly aroused to aa uproar. The Centenotial campaign is to surpass all its predecos-' sori in these respectsV(',r ; , : Without considering, for the present, what the Democratic party would do If it had. the power, it arouses one's indigna tion a little to observe the lofty ; profes sions and promises of the party in power, and contrast these with their practices. Een the Boss Shepherds and Bel . MM Ma. AM B9MM KAtAMAH. Mltnil.Ml.. O, Vf5U lUlVt HVIbUilVVO lUUUIVI, , the uortoxs and goxKLuras, wqo ueip to cover op or defend every disgraceful act of the administration, are fairly, scream ing for reform. Tbey are ' determined i come AreI of woe,4 come life or death, that every,.deprtment : of ihetgivern- moat shall be made pure as the virgin snow.' . .-'-.. i :7-f. .TV Now who occasioned the need for .these colossal reforms ? ' Who ' opened tha flood-gates of these impurities upon the country ? Why, these same ranting, roarinzTcformers ! ; If they wanted reform why did they not have it long ago ? Why do they not have It now? If they wanted the gov ernment purified, why did they not purify it long ago ? Why do they not purify it 66 w T They have had the control of the1 country for fifteen yearsj'and alj tha time the evils have been . gro wing - up which need so much reforming, and all these im-- pnritiea were spreading and 'deepening! Why did they not reform and' purify? Why do they not now ; reform and pnri- fy ?; . u.. -. ;.. ;. - :J lb-t 2 iiijt .:Ur. - Whg ii it metuary, after all thuo hug yean, thai thtprofiiantaani pluinlertri ihouidhavt another Itvt y power be fort reform ihtnld begin 1 . j nThe extraordinary vehsraoncj of th?ir demand for reform j lit no w is caused by the' fact that a Democratic Uousels ta king the roofs from their dens.and letting daylight in on tliir(do'tng4. . At the very time that Mortoh was so loudly pro claiming that this was" the" best and the purest government the world ever saw" nearly every; department would ' have stunk with corruption but for the. white wash that was so vigorously applied. " A boat that lime McDonald and Joyce and Babcock were, making jlbeir biggest hauls with tbeir Whisky Bing.: about that lime Boss SjtiEraEUD and Babcock were matin? their biesrest hauls ' through :' the Washinarlon ' Einz : nbWt ' that tim t Grakts Attorney Generar w.as . spoi ting i his government laiidaule l About that tiraethe'San Domingo job-" faa bloom ing V about that time Graht s Secretary of the Interior was shovin?monef iuto the pockets oLhia. hopeful on ; about that time Ur ant's Minister to the highest court in Europe was using his high posi tion to shove "fraudulent mining stock, and was expounding the mysteries and beauties of draw-pokcr ; about that time Grant's brother and brothers-in-law had their arm to their elbows in the Treasu ry:' about that time Grant's Postmaster General was' accepting ' straw bids "and straw bail on mail contracts : about that time Graht'i Secretary of the Navy was quietly handing over ; fat jobs to his friends: about that time the Legislature of Louisiana was dispersed by Grant's bayonets, a fraudulent body set up ' in its stead, and the State handed over to law less tyrants: about that time a thousand more just such plunderers we're pill iglng thcpeoplp. J ' ( Now these same plunderers are rilit in the midst of the honest reformers, and shouting a little louder than anybody else for a thorough reformation and pu rification of cverj' department of the gv-J ernment. lney virtually say to tne yo ters: ,4Wcliave been robbing y iu of your money and your rights through four Presidential' terms; now just give ue a filth, and we will show yon what a t lior- - ,. weare.'- .- -:- . ' The very nnme-of "Reform" is brought into disrepute when suMi scamps throw themselves to the front asUs champions ' .To give them another term expecting them to reform the administration, would ,,e engaging the convicts of a peni tenUury to reform UitMr prisou discipline CJue7V'.ml7vs. Jeffersonian. 307A ult Colonel J.I) Taylor s seriously ofll cted with iliphthc ria winch is the result of a coll contract I in irninn la. til Wiialii.i .wt. al f. .nunn M(ini1flv lf Uev K j. Gar.ts, of the Disciples' Church at Q inker City, was married on Tuesday to Miss EVank h St. C;air, of i linrnf Kvill Tim iu tT In T York on a bridal tnr, 'm'1 William bimpsnn, of yW"g'JJ nt.V. recently departed this life at the advanced age of ninety- seven yeais.-- : Mr J. W. White hs every volume of the "C 'ngressional Record' from the iu uie preseni ime. - ' Anvliew Ivighih, a. prominent citizen I " n-'iMliatUU tu n liaill U, VllCtl till the lCthtjnst of csumpti, at thC r aa ,.- A pan catne from Harrison vflle. N ble county, last Tuesday. an operauon uy ur. ; a i, in nav.ng , three tumors cut out of his jaw and ! . . i t . . t,i .. ; i back. It was a bloody and . painful op eration. It looked as though . his neck was half cut away, , V:i . i. . . .tFromtb jrhMliAg fiegistor,th ult) f -.. All Aboa.ru --On last Sunday after noon there transpired on event at the reMdenceof Jwlin '. Reyholils,' E q, in Monroe county, Qliio,';fou'rv miles above Clarinston, that'setj the boys and maid ens all agog Tor several, miles round about. It. was no less an event than the tinir of the nuptial kuot between . A. Goodhue, of Xiarihgton and Aliss Mag-.. iiie, the daughter of Mr. JReynolua. -The R.v, A G .R ibb ,llljitued. On. Mon-' dav tuoTiiinsr the 'uewlv "made couule. along with a goodly i array' of relations and friend; embarked on the steamer James Rues for Wheeling and the East, The Clanngton band was engaged for the trip 'and the. result was 'that, a mer rier or happier party was never seen on any boat or any water. A sort of open house, aa it were was made of the steam er,' and,, the good things flowed inwardly freely, yea as freely as on the river they they glided. On the steamer's arrival at Jlie wharf, many were the. well wishes and fond adieus that were bade the hap py couple as they departed jor lue u. s P. railroad'depot.anu thence for Pitts burgh. ' ; " v, Gems that are UBeleastv the Own er, and Frofltlcss to tbe Govern ment. rThe.reycnacautujrittcs arc. puzzled to know what to do . with ' the . Khedive of Egypt's famous gift... to Gen. . Sher man a daughter. The , diamonds are locked up in the big vault in the Sob- Treasury. They , were placed there in June last,' and unless they are taken away before next June, they will be classified as unclaimed goods, and .sold by auetion to pay the duties and storage. If this ehouliihappeij, the. money," after the deduction- of, the ; official ;. .charges, would, be paid to Drexel, Morgan & Co., in whose name the diamonds are ; con signed., The trouble is that Congress in authorizing Lieut! flitch to receive the present to his wite, neglected to re lieve him from the payment of the du- ilea. . 1UU ucitviuirc hiu wiuigi.nuibu compose the gift were first said to be worth 82a0.000, but experts have since appraised them, at 875,000., The duty on this amount would be about $40,000. Gen. Sherman feels that he is too poor to pay this, and he is unwilling to ap peal to Congress for an, exemption of the payment of the" duties. , Neither the Secretarjvof the Treasury, the Collec tor, nor any of his deputies are! dispos ed to, exercise their power of granting a 1 free permit for the , diamonds , and;' the I urkish Ambassador, wno. has toe om cial perdgativeof receiving them in his namCy.will notasK olheirTelease, be cause the Khedive is only recognized by his. Government as a vassal. '; 'sf-- The llascalitles In tbe . f rioting t ' . - narcau.' V , . The $ Republican t publishes columns daily showing how employes Jn the Printing . Bureau ;of the Treasury. Dt nartment are actually starving to death because the Democratic House will not make appropriations for tho , Bureau Notwithstanding, there ; is great suffer ing ampnghe employea in the Bureau j none of tbem have t eaignea. v i ney pre? fer starvation to resignation. The last Republican Corgi ess and the head of the Bjureau art -responsible for all the suffering. 4Thelast Ciongresaimadeian appropriation for the Bureau np , tp the 30th of jaext June.,. IL was all gone a month -ago ? The Committee on Expen ditures in the Treasury are now investi gatjng ' JlcCarthv's . management, and find that salaries have been paid to per sons who were never near the Bureau They are unearthing scandalous acts of McCarthy I in connection with female employes that. will make Digger Indians regret . they , were born in America.- Enquirer' Washington Cor ,' lh ulC . Jy"Qh, no, there was no onoery in the.recent Nw Hamishire election. AU charges that there was anything of the kind were , slanders. .This must be a fact, for all the,, organs say Jt is- with great solemnity. Here is a letter which seems to imply that a ten cent shinplas ter or two was . crookedly employed in the sacred precincts of Canaan : "C. O Barney, Esq , East Canaan Dear . Sir : Yon must carry Canam at all hazards. f the 81,500 I baye alrea.lv sent is not enough to carry the town, I , rely upon, you VP carry it at all events ; aud if it costs $5,000 vou shall be made whole. Don't fail Yours truly,. Daniel Hall." The wholftaumber of yotts ct ,in Ca naan was 480. A Chairman who, wjs williiig to spend 85,000 on a' town of that size must have bad a liberal sum to draw Trom.. But of course It was all for "legUimato expenbes." Ah the or gans tell us, it costs money to cart the aged and infirm voter to the polls' ; In this instance the cost per hiad seems to have been so exorbitant that the Legis lature would be justified in fixing a scale of prices for carriage hire in that town. Five Hundred Lives Lost at Sea. New, York.. March . 28 Ad vices : to day from India report that the steamship Jowad from $behr, was wrecked in tbe Arabian Sea She hod aboard about five hundnftl pilgrims, chiefly Persians, bound to Bushire.. Three men, suppos ed to be the only, survivors, have reach ed Hodeidar r l - Sleubenville Oazelte :VWe . are afraid that in their great anxiety about Fendle-, ton a record, the Republicans , are neg . ! lAt: a.ltm. rt ItJla.ur. -. xnr,A v Vi" erationi Now, this won t do. .The no- hie Secretary s example should,. like that of G. Washington, be kept for the .ris ing generation of loyal Americans. Itepublican Slate f'onveullon - TlieTlrket anil rialfurnt. Tiie Rer public ins of Ohio asscralled lonventionat Columbus on the in State C 29iti ult, nominated a State Ticket, selected delegates to the National Con vention and endorsed Governor Hate? for President ' We publish the ticket and platform : For Secretary of State the following I names were presented: R M. Stimson, I Ijof WishingtonCountv; Robert Ma. tin,! !of Jitr-rsoTi.-John F.' Sinks, of Mont jjomcry; ai li. mrnes, ot aiusKingum, m mm m ' and Asa Jenkins, of Clinton. i Fus ballot R. M. Stimson, 152; R ibtiit, Martin, ll;,Iohn F. Sins, 210; M. If. Barnes, 23U ; Asa Jenkins, 24 Mr. Siimson-withdrew his name from the Convention and thanked his friends for their 8uprt. : The name of Asa Jenkins was withdrawn Second ballot Robert Martin, none; John F Sins, 309; M. II Barnes, 432. The ballot had been partly proceede I j with when the name or Colonel IMartin was withdrawn Mr. B irnes, having re- ,oivet n mnl..ritv of nil th v Una i-at. was declared the nominee of the Con- vention j The Convention adjourned to meet at the City Hall at 7i o'clock. ' ' ' ( - . - . IKVEKIKO SE-SIOM J . The Convention met at the City HailH an(, Q rgauize(, witu0ut much ado. The ':. . nA rat business was to nominate , a - candi date for Judge of the Supreme Court The names of W. W. Boynton, Lorain County, and A. -S. Latta, of Defiance, were placed-in nomination. Before bal loting was' half through ' Mr. Latta's name was withdrawn, .and Mr. Boynton declared the nominee by acclamation. . : For Member , of Xhe-State Board of Public Works five names were presen ted, as follows : Brice ..Hilton, ot' Defi ance; J. C. Evans, of Delaware; J. W. Lucky, of DtUwa ; . R. R. Porter, of Stark, and P V. .Uetzing of Aujila'ze. Before the ballot was through all the candidates were withdrawn, except Lnck cy and Evans. . '.When the vottf. was an-, nonnced Evans had ,401, and . Lackey 318. Mr. Evans was declared the nom inee:, v'i ; ' 'iv v ' ; ; ' '; "'";'rtBi' platform.' '.' ''"''' " . , Th Rcpuiicani of Ohiio renew their alle giance to tbo Republican party of the United State, and reaffirm it principle of free gov ernment an declared and defended by the grand men f ?78, and endeared to th people 4 oar time by th saorificea of war and the bleating of an assured Union of the States, based Upon ' unlrnreat liberty. v '-') " - - ; 2. The citizens of -the iiereral States of- the Union are also citizens of the nation, and ar equal under the Constitution and. laws in all tights of citizeonhip, and are' entitled to full and equal protection hi their exercise.' . 8. "We favor au honest and ewnomical ad minittratien of the GoTernntent, and faror retrenebment and reform in the pnblie aerTice. Personal iuUjmty an4 fidelity ihonld be re quired of a)l official,' and when found to b dishonest and oorrapt tbey should be preeecn ted and punished, and w cordially oommend th vigorous prosecution of public officers by the present KUnnal Adguuintration. L The yatioaal credit and. hyaor must be W.tnaiJ M.waa.aa.va. 6. . W moogniM gold as taa true standard of valaes and th only ateadv and safe basis for a circulating medium, and deolare that that pol- iot .. of floanee should be steadily . nursued which, without unnecessary injury td business or tradewill ultimately equalise thel.ralu of the coin and papor dollar. . - '; .; .- i- 6. We favor a tariff .for revanue with inci dental preuption to American industry, 7. W stand by. our system of free Common Sohooli, supported fey general taxation.' There must be no division of the Sohool Fund and no seoUriun interference with the schools, .- 8. To the soldiers and srilnr who fought for tit Union the nation owes a dtbt of gratitude, and they and the widow and orphan of ''those who have fallen are justly entitled t liberal bounties ana pension-'..," .".T. Jr '-Jt. " 9. The thank of .the people are due to Pres ident Grant for hi faithful adherence to Re publican principles, and we assur him of the gratitude of the country for the distinguished semce he has rendered as a soldier and civil ian.' - ; r -': y 10. The . Republican party of Ohio having full confidence in the honesty, ability and pat riotism of Kutberford ti. llayes, cordially pre sent him to the Republican rJational 'Uonven- tion for the nomination. for President, .of the Uuited States, and our State delegates to that Convention ar instructed, and the District del- eiates are requested," 'to use their earnest ef forts to eeeura bis nomination, v aTbe Articles of ImpeacAment. ...XVasoisgion, D.-C, March 28. The Judiciary Committee have completed the Articles of Impeachment against Belk nap. ! At 0retthere?weri nearly .thirty articles. ,v These, have .been reduced , tq five counts), The- first .charges ; the pay ment of money to the Secretary of vVar, Belknap, for appointments to lucrative positions. -The second -charges bribery under the statutes. : , The thirdv charges the payment of money to Belknap for continuing parties ia office.. . The fourth seta .faun sixtcea specifications designa tinz various amounts of money received by Belknap at different times. The fifth, to coyer Mrs.' Belkuap's case charges him with corruptly' receiving money (or wo uac vi u.uv.i j. , ,- , i .. . . , 1. jarTbc California Senate has passea two bills of in extraordinary nature in regard to the press One requires that tne signatures of writers shall be affixed to articles; and the other that a newspa per shall retract any .statement proven to be libellous.-: As .Senator O'Connor truly remarked, no signature law has ever been beard of before in any State of the American Union, in England, or Scotland, or any English-speaking State or nation.? The two enactments are as absurd as they are unconstitutional. Tbo law may punish aa editor for libel, but it cannot compel him to give the nse of his types, paper,- and presses for. a retraction of the libel. That is a mat ter for his own judgment and coneciencei - rl : .. Germany, . , , - (Beuuh," March 27. The Riechgan Zeiger announces that tha Imperial rev enue for the year 1875 . falls 92,800,000 shurt of what was anticipated. .The savings effected,, however, , exceed the estimates 86 825,000, thus giving aur plus of ovef 84,000.000 r V- ? jCJTTbe. , Troy Times , elaborately arguep that justice to President Grant is slowly coming.; nht ,-...V'i(F u f..., Well, we should rather think it, was; and feurely, too X Y.Sun. . AtA,fire jjnuEiBburgh. the. firemen stole jewelry from tlie fuming" nouses, and "got so drunk that many were found, hours afterward, lying ' in : the street Consequently, the brigade is to be reor ganized, v . ' 'i1 . A secret investigation into the admin istration of the New York Custom-house has been going on for some time. The result is anticipated in a day or two. A number of officials filling the most . re sponsible positions wiU be removed,!. , -.Remember the barrels," once! wrote VVashingtxin, referring to a plan to roll barrels filled with stones down Dorches ter Heights upon ;thq ; advancing foe. That was a kind of "long roll" .which th'e .enemy '.wouldn't, have particularly liked. ; iK.:, ;ti : r-. . .. .. ,r. ' ; .- The decision of the United States Su preme Court in tho famous .Grant Parish casealhrms tha decision of the lower! conrt and sets the defendants at liberty. This is a satisfactory ending, to a. test case where -qjnzens -of Louinana were arrested under the Enforcement act Philadelphia. March 27.- Rysdick's I famous .stallion llamb'etonian died at :0fster last ; night, aged about 28 years.! j H w" llje sire ol the most noted and . vaiuarue ironing stock in tne coumry. f 3 The Rlackllllls Story DrUflrToldl, Unless emigrants are Drepared to ao to work cuttin! timber and tilling the zround. and to assume the other trials and pains of a pioneer life to eke out . aa existence, they should take warning from experience of a man "pKhm Custer City, in the Black Hills. He finds inor I i rrk An AKi at ia Miiviiiiia r r run a nn '""v " lueir e'wms lor Hour and oacon, ana mai the miners were earning at the most from u"e - . Thence Many of the Failure. , A young man who was a partner in one of our largest houses, which suspended some time ago, said, j ust previous to, the disaster, that noyoutu; single man could live resoectablr in Boston on less than S23.000 a vear. He is a married man, and his expenses have for years been in the nassponea nis private carriage , ua.eie - front linnao hi a rtinilP of APrVUnt .Anil i his boxes at the opcTXBvnaTrel lev, .. .... .. i;.,-..t ;.i.!t f.t 1 1. . The April Eoplav,.q a , , Gentlemen, are yon sending flowers, notes and neat little gifts to young . ladies who can dress, flirt, make a figure at a oartv. and do nothing else, and exoectin? Iwhen they have takeu the talisman of r . v a v - - - t your rings anu tout nonorea names, mey will at once become capable, efficient,pru-! dent, wisely-managing matrons,' content on a slender r income, and -triad f of the modest retirement of your simple homo? lathe faith of this, are- yon -offiirinz to them your handsome . selves ? Gentle men! we salute' you, and award yon a high place among the April philosophers Rtv John nail, Jr. -T. Ledger. ." ;...; t Wew Postal? BlIjL. , - . - . Washihqtox, March 27 The PoBtal Bill reported favorably from the Senate Fostal Committee to-day, was Hamlin's measure amended so as to provide that the rate for third class mail matter hali be 1 cent per ounce for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and 2 cents per ounce for distances over 1,000 miles. The amended bill also - provides that the transient ' newspapers ' and magazines shall pay postage for any distance at tha rate of V cent per ounce for every 1,000 miles, and 1 cent Tot each 2 ounces or fractional part of 2 ounces additional. vToodsfleld Village Scboolyf " . Report Tor the week beginning March 27,1876;'. ; -' ' '' :-s.- -fk-zi o ? p p p A CD a). CS S'- a M3 . & t-t r-a .??rSL.'S?..9liR.S2. Boy enrolled. " atai-i .J?.:.0?.l.S.rl Boys' average daily attend--ance. ' , . yt . Girls' average daily attend anoe. rvi i- v- . .:. 4 u(9 cn e - oo Total average daily attend' ance. . v ' ' -- 9 cats - K tO - S Boy' ane per cent.ol attend- 8cecs S x gift. i- Girls' per - oent .of attend ance. :. . , - Total per oent . of attend ance. . , : . i , co x -3 o go S a x - 5 OS 8 S I' o H H tt) m Animosity has revived . among, the Central American Republics whose rep resentatives were recently considering the expediency of ..confederation.. Costa Rica and, Nicaragua are on bad terms, and it is believed that hostilitieaare in evitable between Guatemala and Salvia dor.. In the event of war it ia supposed that Guatemala will prove the . stronger Blaine is keeping his eyes peeled He knows bis party won t atand -any kind of a show in the coming campaign if Federal office-holders are not allowed to contribute funds for the campaign. Hence his fierce opposition to tha bill now before Congress which provides for tbe abolition of the perniciotts practice ox levying on omce-uolders.: $ The President's son Fred and Senator Sherman's son were bankers .' in "6t Lonia. Tbo firm is dissolved and Fred Grant is ordered away: to-3 the ahnr It wonld be interesting to trace the con nection between the whisky- trials and tne Alaraii revelations, ana tue qniat ex odus of Babcock from the White House and the restoration of red Grant to nis place in tne armyn- .'..j-.2tta 'nn A fast yonng Parisian fonr years ago applied to a usurer for a loan of a thou sand francs, stipulating to pay two hua dred francs ,for the' accommodation.' The applicant drew the" following1 note, which was accepted : 'Far1s,- 20; Nov.", 1872. l promise to pay twelve Hundred francs on the 2&ih Febrnary next Talue receivedJ ' R " The lender did not no tice the date, and has only been ' able to fmnvpr'ttniirA -! ; ! ''' I'Vh.- -r"..r',--. ! -!.' Pt it It v A jeirl in Richmond, on,, Sunday .last recited the whole of the Psalms and part or, .bcclesiastics, . 4,ouu ., . verses , in all, which she bad committed during ( the week previous. ..The Sunday before she recited .2,000 . verses, comprising the' Epistles to the Romans, Galatians, Phil lipians, and one or two others. ;r She Js bound to have, .the prize, jtiulij : more likely to have a brain tvftuiegittir miL ;.,f.; ... ....v.V:- . Bed quilts enough have ; been offered for exhibition at the Centennial to cov er the whole State of .Ohio, No , more are wanted.-. Once these were tha -sort of .thing in which-the notable house wives of America delighted, and -showed wonderful skill in constricting, the beau tiful "Irish ohain,". but now vllncle Sam wilt not exhibit such production,; Mrs. Governor Noyes say a v it is nseles to send them to the committee. . mh f Theiill providing a way in which the votes for President- and Vice-President shall be counted, so as to, prevent such manipulation of returns as might result in rebellion and put the nation in peril, has passed the Senate. An odd feature of i'.s passage was that Thnrman "was one of the only three Democrats who voted for it, and Coakling and Edmunds the only JiepubJiuans ho. voted against it. The House will probably kill it or euuocate, a witu itatcpumejia, i.-. !,-, St. Louis Repuiklican : -Bt t Airman, a young. man of Clinton Indiana,, baa gone craay, and-hia 'ipaauity imniests itself in a desire to buiry .hiposclf.B,Ttie yard surrounding his father's house Ja full ol -holes 4rhichJia has -dug for the purpose of, planting himself in them. The difficulty is (bat he can't cover him- self up. U ia estimated that there are .&i least one thousand gentlemen in pub lie life, who are facing or may have to face investigation, whq tcel that they '. can sympathize Willi the young man. r flow lotes are counterfeited. QL' rvit ia rrfSrpd TnnftnTh.ih flip note to be reproduced is laid, and allpwed to stand nntil a clear impression o the Qnest noes are taxen. t?iuenpie l? then removed and (be paste1 in timd becomes almost as hard as stohL Ad electrotype of the impression is then taken, and the notes arc struck on, and are so faithful that none but an expert can detect the fraud. Philadtlphin Record T- ag U:U 1? pJpJI U U M JXL Li II U I WOODSFIKLD PRODUCK MARKKT 1 I l.ffMoiiAT) Aril 3. 1878. Wheat per budhel 25 - Fl ear-per bsrrel . .-. - .nr. t, ... .,..-9 0 Flour per hundred.... ......... ..4.50 Buckwheat tOTtU...; iIt,..;...3.50 Barley K m I.UlM "soon per iieef pet .Beeswax Beans 7.T..-T. 75 BatteT V9t '-SrIf 25 25 40 .CJrb' - pi5r . tn8hU.'Wl , f F . . a , . . ... rmm.MfM '-' Carn meal per hnihsK..;......;.t.....i0 Calf Skltfs pit 'pottHd..'..,...;...';.. 12 .Coal ..;............;...r..........l...:i. 12 CHodles ... iV...'5:.'.....5. '. :;.;..7.1825 Clover SSeariU .. .10 00 Flat eed.::.'..;.L..;.v:.W.:.v;..t 60 Timothy seed...... ......"...r...l..'.3 20 Dried appea:a.;.A.V.:.t'.0 Dried peaehss. KZ2X2.iJi&&.& -25 EgKs per doseC.,..V;.i.:?..l-;.,i;f.';...-10 Fish per ib;:.::....u:.:.v:..::.;;io OBfU6B '' lUU HaV, per ton;::::r.-;;:...i,...'....;...i5 oo Hogs; fat, on foof ;.;;..i.v 6 Hides fereenVper po'ttud.'..'.....'......''....5 PB WV..r:;;,V-": - M-i J " , j ,.:...'..::....v..?,......n2i s7 "f...1:;...:.;. i.;. 33 Oats Onions pet bushel.:..;V..V;.r...........t.l,00 Potatoes...:.: a35 Sorghum mo'lasses by the bblalv.;.... - bO IJIUU UBI IUIVU.I ............ ........... wva- looses "P'0, ? -...:...751,00 ugs per :::u:::.:.a.::.:a. 1 Raes ter Buest per pound... r.'.'.:..liv 1015 Sugar (mapM ,:V..4 ...r.W:....I5 Sooka par, pair ,' " ...:..4Utsaw B0aD.(aountrvi ...;.......... F.iC.....:....;,y.:.:t;.:.3,(M; i en ? ,v(a,w a auo W. ,lu " Wood per,. oord.....,....,... .;.3,00 I ni.iaeld tck. War Ret "a ;r April i 3--ki-;3aAo rper pound; Sheepi 2i per pound,, j9g8 5a6Jq per pound, vi tszm cuyc) tJhr. ; : -io.V-- ,. '" C'.- i,)U es-.n: i March 30. Flour 4 75s7j5, .Wheat 1 45aL$0,.trCon! 63oi.,pats.i0a ao-. n er ft , 'I ;1i f J.si , V Vaw York. March 30. flour 3 20O9 00. .Wheat 1 Hal 31; Corn 65a67c;,OaU 45a52c. Rye 02c, ;? Barley 100.,, ';.-. 7 f ,,; ' j- i. Pniladelptala." ' '.V; ' : March 30 Flour A 25a8 50". e. Wheat M5aL 53. Corn 6ic OaU 42a60c; Rye 82c. - ns. j ;': 'i-Mf.;s. i-'-jsi ci .. .. p. Cincinnati. Maroh30 Flour4 OOaT 0;.Wheatl 35al 12 ; Corn 49a51c ; . Oats 3tia4c ; Barley 85al, 12 ; ,Rye 70a74c - . c March 30 Flour 4 00a7 50 ; Wheat 1 02al 07., Corn 49c Oata 33c;Bye 66c; Barley 6Ia64c. '- K ; n o '7, East Liberty Cattle Ularket. r jt East Libeett, Pa., March 30, J CATTLE Best, 5 156 25; medi nm to good, 4 7v5 50 ; common to fair, 4 25: 'bulls, 3 504 ; HOGS Yorkers, 8 258 50 ; Phila. f-:. .V r ? r. . ... i i m' , n , - ; : . ; . L New Tork Cattle market. , .. '.t''.'s ; .',-;,i- i i ?March.30, -BEEVES The market ia rather qoiet and onchtngedjwith' Tather slow trade at 910 75 for common to fair oative steers and xev.'''- ' " ' SHEEP-i-Market -dull, nd closed heavy at 6 -258 25 for ordinary t3 ex tra steep,' with a -car-load of strictly prime iheep from Ohio, 112 lbs., at 7 T'- k !f 'mi Mareb 3tlL CATTLE Sales 3 255 65 j' stock- era and feeders, z S04 25; good ship rtng,"4 504 871; best,1 55 75 " 'HOGS Market active at 6c lower bacon, 808' 20; packingl'SOS 20; ship ping 8:m8 25;Philadeluhias, 8 50 8 75 SHEEP Scarce5 an firm; "fair to choice, 5r 00; Ttxana and Colorado, .50i;75 a i L 3n r oaoifmatr ijrra kook Karkat. . . irfcAtTLE-Cmmo a 'it - a mrr-s a a ' .. a ' j t TO meaiqm,, ios oo, ana gooa outcu er qualities, 4 7.55 ' 35 ;. falr;rtb good oxen, S 504 50, and fair to good, dairy cowsV'3 504 75:'"" ' '" HO0S ,C0mmoa light, 7 758 ; fttr w guoq. iigut, o iuioo ay iair -w ue dium heavy,8 408 70. J , f vi .. .SHEEP Market . continncs ' firm at from 4 50 5 25 for commoi) to fair, and 5 50ff50 for the better qualities. Attention! - Black HiDa Men! ntrr CO ' alngW and ' repeating of tba 'best Hi iLEilJi makes, all prioes, frem 18 to $60. doable and single maul and U, braeon loadine,' tu raicis, from $S to $360. -' - :'- - " t, 6 or 7 shooter, lor ball aa d t a ormetal sartridgaa, $3 60 ta 9tiu 3: j-r.j,:j t, . t,jt9 . Call an4 exaln, er wriU for Illustrated Price Ll4t, addreci , ORB AT, WISTEE8 GON VfOBKS, 285 liberty street, Pittsburgh, :;;;:;;:jHEEiAt4 : s..'J i phntaeiy : TS.. ... ."Nicholas Afathyess.. f a!: c iT virtue of an arder ot sale ta me diretd irom ta conrt ot common pleas or Monro ooantv, Ohio, I will offer tor 'aala atth front door of tb. court bense, la th town of Wdfleld, bMweea tb kmrs ef 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'olook p. nu,a y!.:'; nr.W. ' 'Scilm-daj, tto&thddfof Jfay,l876, tbj following desoiibed real SsUte sltnaU lb Monrte oonnty, Ohio; t wtt: s- ' .i ' Th west part of tho Mtth4t narter f thai Boutkwast quarter tf aaotioa, aatbr lvn, township aaaabar. two of rang atav berfoat Baid . Uai .being., aty west f tb county road leading from John LnedrV.to Conrad 8torr's, except six aores off of th north stde, deeded to th' ald' John 'Lnedy, ana, also, exoept abont hair aa aor balong- tag to a ohnroh.'1" ;. :" '-.---a-i ,4 ' Appraised aV$ ''"'- .fmU,.; ''. . v'V".. vT. O.; LITTLE, pril4;7w5. -Bborit u.C.O. PiiB8o.i, DeutRTT & Wat, Att's for pl'ff. ' . . ..j. r t"" T.-ji iT-T w" imchWStt .. ............ ................. aa.U fl I. -'I.. , ATTACHMENT NOTICE. f . ft l D. & auter,-. plaintiff, ) Before T. O Al4 Un,J. P..jf Oh4 SsnfMi W. DurKae, deft, town hip.? Hon cos iwnitr Oaio: ()a th 24th dajr'of Mr 187t, &id JasUoe igsaad sb oidr ! atUolb ntentinth abore sotloa for tn iTO of twonty-two dollara and the ooiU. apr4.78w3. , D. 8 BDTBtt. SHERIFF'S SALJtS. Hi ! x' . 9' T 5 A D. VI. ' John Summers. : BY virtus of an order or salo la atUchmont to mo dirsotod from tha ooartof ooumoa plaas of Monroe county, Ohio. I will offr for ale at t fron4gorofjthj,ppjBjrh(jo in the town of Woodsfiuld, batwosa tlao knars of 10 o'olock a. nu, sb4 4 o'olook p. m., oa , 7 Saturday, the 6lh dagof3fau 1878, Appraised at $38o. I H 1 M 8 I O 0 ' tcS . e.q )p4t:T. f), IiOTtVsVT aprUinS ; ySlMiitf jLJB 0. , ,HavfrIoa-a Dollar FOR Of E DOLLAR W will sand, Postags-fald, TBI -EEiKigpLrr j t f?r .i v-c .. . ' UU eoaUins ALL TAB MKW3 of th past seven reaponden and t h U reapeo t ar nneq u ld : -v .f-vv-ss ; 2. IU AQRICULTDRAL DKPA1TMBHT conUlns the latest news of fara xpri. mnU A',0 4 abroad. ooatrlbnaons by C,. TgwHUH rnirpori5 oftb, Farmers' Club of ?th. ImiHcinlntitiaad qnoUtions ef valaable? and taterottfcg artl and magsxines. : 3. It GRANGK5Wa,Jf which atUnUon is speotally tU4,"iseaMir wl ifo snb found In ao pthr papery AU thf fesomm at tb command of a f reatjsetrepoliun daily newspaper, eaploed ia It Mlhsstiauni th result is a' pagv tioY wk whu. ,iU members may And a compUU rcrd or (ho lol'fotwp's.vsa'a!. tblsweekWHTtlTho Mm' ri & oreant ef alt. th laeal (rana pa pars in'AVMy autef. i, This department U,a4.wiU pontin) to bejrndeMhe oharg ojtfWiH.tKjT1 mambara of th order. 4. Joe th. FIRK3II1S MCAWUKfTIaJ addition td" lUther' WifcsfioiH, Saeki poetry, mlaoetlafiy, hnnrWatf , Ae daring th poming Je, hsra wiHi v less than n hnndred short tale by ta et writers of notion in .Bagfanf and Aneitoi. , S. The MAEKST RXfOin, brHfhf .dawn t th hour of publication, tat th hest tSat ean be made, " Kach ' market Is nportad br on whoepocial knwftd ttd Gaining make him ths best anlaritsJttt sab- Mtmui unitea imiw.? . oanr ai completeness tha -aUrksi japerts mt Th Werldare arifsBaV-w;i tti-int s;t n "The World is not only tha be .baWth oheapest aawspapar vr affarad th faraaar.! 8enfeklrfVrWtt(HWaJ a-Man. Dally (313 WosJ $io pa year. ' 8peoimn ooplos sent apon appfioatlon.,. Addrsss i'ilflt WOkCD! ,kpr4 TU.-f ':-S5 Park Smr; Hew Yk & VoralldliKao(ttiIJiatOBasehtadirvK PLAINTS. nVRPlT.PST A MENTAL DEPKES. yar(nrpKms,ii: ijwihce. waraH SEA, SICK HK ADA CHE. COLIC, CONSX1PA TION and BIUOUSKISS. ;r . It la emlnentlv a Vamilr Medlela. and hr 1 I ' " ''elnf kept redy tor lmmedtal noorr. lu (tollar In Qmcand doctors' bills, j , t . i AlVrtwtt years' trial 1t Is atnirsrelvtiK I C : the most uuqnaliaed testliwmUls of Its Tlr- . tuft from ptrsom ef the hlgheft rharseter - and resiwuslbintr. Ewlneut phrslclsa -eoauoeud li is the most - ;y :0, :tt f ECTUAL SPECIFIC, fn'r; Tnr rnnitlnatloB. Headache. Pala In the Should ders, Dlitlaess, Sonr Stoomeh, bad tatte In the rSn la tlie reslon oftiie kflhwvs. anMMlnir,' - ! arloom anl lorixxivn(r or evmau o waicu i Ibe offspring of a diseased Liver. The tlwr, the laiwsterjrsn hi the hoy Is nnerallT the set u aiee, aao u am KBOPLATBD la TimvrrMt snaanax. - wreicueoiiis.siii. iAaviii wuiouuc, , ir yon feel OcLt, Dhowst, artTT -. TTnns'iasvareqacHt Habac.;ot TASrae bsdly.povr Apfstit aud Toncue S'iOOATam yaa am nffrln fret Trii f. Livia or "Billiov trass," and. aoihiuf naitar yowpettiirm iiaiieauy. "I have aever seen nr ttW saeh a lmil, ef- -Sceclou, t lifticiorr aM riteasiat rcaMdy 1 - "I oeeadeoally werWOen my eaadRlen r. Qooernariif'Xlabama. -tWw aaiautoj-aw MiMe harMij! i for some time, snd I am persnatted Ulsavalaa- . ble sdilliloii to tbe ateSleat seiac.n--aetr. 4, -I iuir. ed Om fulto t T Mntlr ' c the paat seventeea veara. Ieaa fclJtinaiMsaitit it to the world as the best asedleine I have ever awd for tha rlua oT diseases U rywt te .cure-" H. r.THiorm. , "S'mwont' Liver tomlater has proved reod : DruegUU. . iL! "Wejwere beea aMioalnted with Dr. Sim; lJrW. ifr tot more tUirtwr jtt. - ill kaow itto be tb best Liver Betrelator ord . pabHe.n-M. an B. b. 1.V01C, . I'wbVriativef llWMet ft ThavlM afler4rent7Mif Wi CWU , adreTer.-a..r.Aiiso. ..:,.- "My wtfa and self iiave need th nentster fct iave Riven year medlelBrtshMia . Ial Kl in d" b It Wled 'rHLf."?,c t(ioa.n J.LK MSACXAM, Cbattaheecltes. JTla. . PnfisdoiuiL . U"rvoe, tt eperW ta'hA.i V tHavA medicine la my pr.U.I harj taea.and , Z..i.tt naa and nrescr be It aaaiHtmUra - JT. A. runaajAnjertnet, r.uiiuusv. - ,ri ".t ,-;nu . fflmmons- Urer Regnlstor li eertslaly a sneclle for tht rlaasef .roroPhliiU wblai It Ulms tee4e.n-TBev. OXTUk Wl ILLS, aprl'v." ?WfKetlwt ftMTi 710'? IJ v '- vs. B't vi tei virtue of an order of sals in attachment n' 81taotd from tb apart vtcewim on pleas of Monroe oonntv, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the eoart honse, in th town of Woods Aeldrbetween tha hours of 10 o'olock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. au oa the following described real estate stua,taia the eoanty and 8tata aforesaid, to wit: - Tha northwst onarter of tha northwest garter of SwfloJ thlrW'. ttwisnl Ibal ana rang nve comaming nrentj ieven acras. Appraised at $57. - . f Als, th aosthwast qnarWr jof the aowta west qnarUr, af.aaeuoa Ultfaa,towahip tonrand- MBg Iva, containlnc iwantr-MVa auo. tb asi pan oi in au nan ot lec tion oaa? M&ablV ift and labb mbt, eon. talnlng fifty four awos. Appraised at $1,377. cAlsa. th soathaaat., qaarter ot h a oath ast anarter.of otln,.tw.lwnabipt, if aadMaxiis,coaUiiag.(ortjr. aarea. Ap prU4$t20. rf..,, j ,,.;,. Also, . tbe :iiadivtd4- interest of Philip Wagonhoiaa ia lot -nnmbfr, flftyaigbl .ec tlon twent? -ulpe, township foar aaLrang. pre, coat ajnln; one aero. AprieaJOQ. . Also, part lot IJfty.ieven in samt section. Also, tb aortbeast part Of 4U Mathwost .naitr,'iamvaeUen, twship,and : range, ratsiainf auyAtae anbU .soni, Aa l-l . a air a i r . ' m .v twit a rhsnafi' ..vi..lim,B'),; irh28Jw. v. bboril" tl,V. Q.u -hfciA . 'm&I J!l .Acaaemicai day, colteeted'M tbe.acenUrnd.oMXJ - v".. t ;Tvl ' d. tl tli. H.Yk Btil. Wa.U f.. ' " . . ,..,.. f in fallnoss, aooaraor and ntrprts in -.! - ' - iiTirirr nnnisir la usais n i i,T irv? sXE, sssaawassasstJMgs .p.' Sl.(VrpICE 3UKrnrr4 i havs or wm4 U Cswlff ' and-tdedthUin th W fb. IeC ' WaonUanchen Uufr ht. 1 sliMpSI Ol wba an AiJemieiitaM txUTrj th higher matheautics ami th aassta ta tare, with German, lW ssrea r th ordinary cotlejp oonra aswtatiCJ are prepared toreoeiv aSstAswSa Wat sf'Jas.li -who may ddr to embrae tbe iipsi i' f ft ' acqnir a unljy and elWf mi' "lim WS.Z, tower rate ror1oa4 mi raif T--; rim tT lef pbHcInftrtieef jieVUa ittzl'T W bare th larfwt and hast a?sl bnildinx in Noble County, loestad s a f, Parent need havs no few that &trr Jt '.' ed to make this Instttstum a mmwJ Ua !loi,Uonfronif5 t53pw tora f fcdvf department-1 b-n V-iTi Otrktf SEtiEGT.'SGHGOL. Th next sasiloa f this lihiM l"l an . asao on -. ; and ne i Mmi-moBthiT ax&ait.; also, a IPtar.aoh wsa tVs,;- T . V lEgher Branohea. . ...... .CT C9 Conunrm V.:.'........, ra 1 TaUton alvaiiM. lt m 'XJ' xopt la easts, of wraetea maasl. ! 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BarknMs' ' Latin tUalav, Itarkn CiWi -COMairatarias r-- v First ;Orek look, Abn'i Germaa XUCza, Adler1 Oerman taorr OlUadocTa rtv' b Qrammar,.9;iMirClcA EMdaa, Aba's FnaaaT Msth4. CaMa,. do rjear'a V ypps1yswf! t 'W Ecvj Mofiy,I . x j IdM;: LiS-a f Eoolon,1 ty 1m. Bhatorio, Dntllni tares.) '' EaVairffltflicU KoOaffay'a tatai Yew Btaluwohi'e Prhaaiy Costrt7Cv vayamai?aC ,? t ca"! i a TTJITIOll -WM v.M&r&i::;j. p"i Common, T CO Honnaj Classical fcta: O Model echoot. . J. A, I . i. .'. ..U'.1 4 CJ ttmaio, ($ taaaoaav taalaSA assttf T ; w laattaaMatl. ......i... ) n Coatiageat t, (paid by all staAsaM) ...t 1 C3 isyi-sittsriral i9 t-as N dedMtiona mad xor4 Am ail a zsaw toasts tUana; 11 r- V ' - f' . - . dnaa I. SlAATlM, or J. A. KASS2AU. CsC ;ord,MCa.,Va,a.lj Cincinnati 'tfetkly SurcV. T V rcLiTicALATj cru:;; It pabfike Li?a4tif dLniJ tha ppl at ajwrt ibwaatlaUy,rM Mgak iaAy Kis U ba . . Wrt. 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