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(A ... I HE SPIRIT QF DEMOCRACY. I k Tuesday, Jraly 2, 1879 H. R. WEST, t : t Local Editor. , iJ?! Kew Advertisements. Sheriff's Sale, " Ring vs. Ring. Bridge Notice, f , Auditor Hoeffler. ' "'pi,..!; xr,, . Willi ah uobcrg. Auditor Hoefflkr. ,., To Stone Masons, : Accounts, Judge R. K. Waltok. liSad Appraisers, Auditor Hoeffleb. Premium List on first page. No prisoners in jail at present. jjay j8 8emDg ia ttxts market from 88 to $12per ton. ,.,-- See noticea to' stone masons and' to bridge builders. Sheriff Read took Friend William son to the penitentiary last week. 'We are prepared to furnish Road Tax JieceipU at 25 cents per handled. ! ad : Mrs.' Rebecca Miles, of G&rnett,Kan Baa, is visiting friends in this county; "-' v -Mr. Tatlor Jeffkrs is the Pomeroy 'nominee 'for Land Appraiser in this yii 'Aaditor 'fipEFFLBB has a notice in this .VtPer' '.'.Every elector in the i county rv should read ifc ,; : '':7t " " . V.Jf littla nWtA nf ILC fniDrri .Hnnr. '"oJjiTjf Tie&Usville, had 'an 'arm broken by 'J falling from i buggy a fe.w days since. , snir. ana mrs. a. v. uill, or. carDe? "'Ville,5 :celebrat8d. the tentV, anniversary . or tneir marriage on- tne zza mat. is ear ly one hundred friends were present, and 'tin-wart ux all shapes was presented. W?:iarA barn', on; the farm of Henri I . iliLLER, near Beallsville, was struck by lightning last week1 and destroyed. ; j-.aw r"Work Is 'being puahed along the -line of the Beilaire. and Southwestern ttweea - 'Beallsville MMl f n. and Armstrong's v Died. On Friday, the 18th inst, in lM! Washington township, Damiel Devore '.fredtibout 70 years", The funeral took tl'iaw on ue Atu ...,,, . lV "Cornet '. Bands from : Woodsfield, pos.Caldwell, Qnaker City and Temperance I4 -"vllle attended the Williamsburg meeting .Our boys say they were handsomely; en tertained. :! " .v ii !';- - XR'-jyDr. -J. B. Wiluams, of Seneca fnwnshin. has heen chosen b the mana -era of the Onio State Fair to1 serve on HW committei en'Hay'and Harvesting Jlachines. ,,,, ;i 0.' jiS i-s X2Tt)ur fishermen returned from West Vaten' days since. They report that J7 they caught about 700 trout, and ' shot 7 lr turkeys and 2 deer, saw one .bear, : but i failed to bag him.'' lo -!f...- i! v ' " ; ' ' rGeneral EwisQ's great speech de I.livered atXancaster "on , ihe 24th inst., will appear in The Spirit next week.-f-J Its arraignment of the Republican party - and its acts is complete. I - .- '.' ." ' " "."i ,:X9"OemocraU bf this place who were -bt the Democratic meeting, at Williams burg oa the 26th instl, 'report that eev eral thoueand people attended, notwith 8tanduag the :bad -; weather." Speicies wereljinadfl ' by 1;General8"';3Ewjja and I-"Warsxb. ; ;-' " i, : : ;-: v t tt-irfj-xhe Democracj of Noble' County ,7Boa)inated tha following ticket on the ?f22dlnsf..i Representative, Johh Kellar; Treasurer, frEo'. W. WtscarVer j'Sheriff, David Radcliff; Prosecuting Attorney, '"David S. Spriggs ; Commissioner, ' Wji Smithberger j Infirmary Director, Ja cosf Foot Cironer;''A.'r, Dorr, 3Tlt would astonish people to look .t'over the tax, duplicate and discover how poor some i of theif neighbors' are 'about j jthef time the Assessor comes around. An investigation of this kind woald . .show that some apparently wealthy peo n plo are really on the verge ot poverty along about ;"lhtf months Of April ,.and May' ,) 1 f.;:'i i&tb use of strong brine on -foos dered.or fio.oft bound .horses lis eaid j to produce good effects. -'Apply three times day, by washing the legs and pouring "'trpon the bottom of the feet, and, bold 'ting them np a. few minutes to let it fi''fitrike ' In.- Salt!' will' extract ' moisture Ci, from, the. atmosphere .which keeps the feet moist. Salt operates nearly like melted grease upon the Teet, The hoof .becomes tough yet pliable. 7 : . . ,".'-; jjyA disease has broke ; but. among je cattle in Switzerland township,! that farmers and cattle dealers know nothing about. To tills time twenty cattle have JleG after being sfflicted from the even- tng of one "day, to the ,next morning. A' gentleman-named Ckow lost eight head, several of which he bad cut open ;and fonnd'their insides almost entirelv girled up. j Who,;, among: our readers, ' ''faibws enything about this disease?"'"- , fii"-' - ' r ,-m , '. I""'- ; i G;.? 5--'i '' ' i .': " ' ' - '-' - ' ' .in-t&k little son 2 yeara" old of Mr. ,3eorg Wiiicni who lives oithe.MrKoR place xn Snnfish creek, had a remarka ble escape one day tast.. week.; .'The lit . s jtle fellow, waa playing near a well, . when -be1 accidentally fell intq it nd' down' a , ristancp: of 12 feet. into ;waterT3 '..feet -"deep.1. Mf; WnBtm was called and said ; expected to find his child dead ; . but hen' lie looked, down he discovered the up (ut of tb water iwith'hia fingers nd toes' holdfne'on to tbe 'wall where 4"1ie nelct on pntil his. father eoehded and irescrre'd him. Mitrirt -TfSri' inno 21th. bv C M. nhiiitti; : v r - j j t Tti-owsnk ' Vin.. 'ofr'Adams townpbip, Miss THEODOSIA.PAJfOO to Mr.' Wiluam On July 6th, by the same. Miss SjAdie "T,. Bract w Mr. . M. mcvjaidght. , , On . Julv' 13toWby the same, Mrs. ;IJAor J. Eksxet to Mr. Joseph oihdle n July 3d, bv RerA- J. Bartels, Misa mart U. Kkef to j ames m- vow On July lOtb, by Rev. Jomr McCui, Miss Aim Larivvk t Mr. CHRisnAH i"The proceedings of the Leaf To bacco Association at Barnesville on th 24th inst ,are important to dealers and growers. The reports Bhow that the growing crop will not produce one-half as ranch as that of last year. The suggestion that growers pay more attention to air curing their tobacco is a good one. Air cured, in good condition, sells at from 910 to $16 per hundred, while fired tobacco rates from S3 to 86 50 per hundred. By air curing one half of the present short crop, growers would realize a handsome profit on their fired tobacco. 1 A certain amount of fired to bacco is required by foreign dealers each year, and if , the amount produced does not exceed the demand, and it will not this year, growers, and deaths will be aoie to nx a lair price ana Eastern deal ers will be compelled, to pay it. Air cured tobacco finds a good market at Cincinnati. " -'-'---' The meeting called for August 12th at Beilaire, should ' be attended ' bv as many of the dealers and growers ot Ohio and West Va., as can possibly make it convenient to' be present. Business of importance to the trade will be transact larTue managers of the Stafford Camp Meeting are making extensive ar rangemcnts for the meeting to commence oa Thursday, August 7th.. Considera ble expense has been incurred ia fitting up tents,'" platform and enclosing the grounds', and to meet this it is proposed to charge 10 cents for' admission during the meeting The amnuat is small and those paying it will not i miss it, while the aggregate sum thus raised will prove a great help to those who have, in the past, paid the indebtedness out of their private'means.'" - : ' -; " - ! Rev. Rider, of the M. E. Church here, is prepared to furnish persons with tick ets -of admiseion, They caa'alsojbe procured at the store of. Pope & Castle and at Morris & Abmstrono-'sj , . JP3TBonii8 were quoted' in New York on the 24th iq&trs follows : , i U." S. Cottpsas (1881 )......M....'.M.104 New Fives..-',.....,..... .104 New Foar-nd-one blf.........'....106 New Fours.. ..:,K.'...i.l02 Carrenoy Sixes... .r.W.. 122 OBITUARY. Mis. Mart E., wife of Francis M. Dye, (residing U miles east of Antioch,) died July 5, 1879. : - - She was a member of the M. E. Chorch .'at. 'Greenbrier; was about 26 years, old ; was sick about ten hours, du ring which v time : her .sufferings were great. For a ebort time before ber death she "was . unconscious, but the last words spoken by her while in a conscious state was a prayer to God. Slie was a wtuniin known ' only to be loved, al wa)' having been a praying and Bible reading chai ftcter. She" lived ' and" died just as such persons do., She. leaves a husband aad one child with many other near and dear friends to mourn her loss. Her remains were followed to the place of interment by a large concourse of people. May the Lord 'take care of the husband and 1 i child. Aktioch, July 23 1879. J.E.G. r u COMMON PLEAS COUKT.-' .Isaac Hogue ya. John S.'D. Ogg, !et al ; civil action ; report of R. K. Walton, special Muter, confirmed : amount due Isaac Hogne 81,896 75; due Margaret unapp $cssj. 73 ; doe Hester J. , Uearth $114 ;90. By agreement J. S. fD. Ogg ts to pay sou on tne coets and tne plau tiff- the balance.;, . t-,- , M, Ridge way vs. Jane C. . Ridge way ,- ej al -, partition ;rW J. Gatchell, Samuel Smith and John A. Watson were appoin ted td re-appraise the premises. ! GeoRing vs: Benjamin Ring, et al; partition premises appraised at 81,550 J 3 !'' 3 1 B. Hill,,Guardian, vs. Thomas , C. Dora an, et ux; civil action'; demurrer to answer sustained,1 leave ' to amend ans wer in forty days. 'v Jacob J. Jones ve. Craven H. - Evans, et al ; civil action ; judgment on default in favor or plaintiff and against defend ant for $591 50 and costs, decree fox sale of mortgaged premises and contin ued as to answer and cross-petitions . of flutcheson & Co. and Wengerl, ;;:.H i.: . John 'Moore, Assignee, vs. Joseph Paith, et al ; civil action ; sale of real es tate to Anthony Hunter confirmed. J. W. Watson It Co. vs. Wm. Lamp ing & Co. ; civil action ; motion to dis miss overruled ; due plaintiffs the sum Of $640 40; Samuel Groux ordered to pay plaintiff's the sum of $191 00. j W. C. Poreacre vs. Ohris Wichtet; appeal ; leave to amend bill of particu lars and re-file petitidn.ln .twenty days. 0 OHyer SlpanTs;. Alexander ;;Gves et al ; civil action ; notice of appeal to Dis trict Court; bond double the amount of decree and costs. ' .':::. I fi I r,i-.T "" : j " PnOBATE COURT. " ' s ; . July 18.The following accounts were heard and disposed of as noted:. ".. I Thomas Wilson, Guardian of Laura andEHie Barnett; final ! account ;, .due Laura the sum ot $27 46;' has overpaid the amount in his hands belonging to Euiethesum of $1 43. . : r Wm. Beardmore, i Guardian of Wm. F. Beardmore, a minor; in - the: Guar-f dian's bands $1,166 35 to be . accounted for. ' Jos. B H arkey, - Adm'f of Wm. it Markey, dee'd ; all. moneys received, $5- Q32, have been paid out. ;;) j i T. G- Allen, Assignee of John AY Suter; first account; in the Assignee's hands $218 89 to be accounted for . j M. Boughnerj Adm'r of Nathan Mob ley, dee'd ; final account ; estate fully Bet-tied'.-" i;u 'r;; ' v-; ;;; Wm. G & '.Barnett 'Mann," Executors of" the Will of David Maon, dee'd; due the Executor's from said estate the Bum of 74 cents. .s .-v - '. .'JuIy 19 Rebecca' Mason,', widow of Elisha - S. Mason, dee'd, " appeared in Court and elected to' take the provisions made for her support by the Will of deceased.'- p i c i" i ' .' July 2t. Samuel Clegg was appoin ted Adm'r of the estate of Jacob Mar- kle, dee'd ; bond $8,000. Philip Folger, Randolph Carpenter and William' Hines were appointed to appraise the personal property, i ; .- - : ; ; , .. - J r'l Application was made to have the last Will and Testament of Daniel Devore, dee'd, admitted to probate ; bearing con tinued to the 9th day-of August. j The annoyance occasioned by the eon tinual crying of the bnhy, at once ceases when, the cause is (as it should be) promptly 'removed by -using Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Price 25 cents per bottle. ' The War Department has sent positive intti-uctiohs to General Miles to preyentj bis bridging oh an Indian war, j ITEMS. The sermons of Talmage average thirty-five minutes in length. Memphis merchants are branch houses in St. Louis. opening White and black thieves are robbing the deserted residences in Memphis. The Richmond (Va.) Dispatch refers to Thurman as "our next President " - Sara Bernhardt receives 8600 for appearing in a short play at a' private house in Paris. The Government has sent 1,500 tents to the citizens of Memphis and rations for 10,000 people for thirty days. Greenback organs are fed by Repub lican money in hopes that votes can thcrebv be diverted from the Democrat ic partyf ' - k The New Haven (Connecticut) Union very sensibly advises the Ohio Nationals to "vote for Ewing and Rice" as "the best thing" they can do. The Superintendent of the Barnes ville school gets a salary of $1,100 a year, while the average of the other teachers is $39 per month. The potato crop in the south of Ire land has been attacked by an insect nev er before seen there and somewhat re sembling the Colorado beetle. : Hon. T. T. . McGinnis, of Zanesville and late National Congressional caodl date, has zealously espoused ' General Ewing'a candidacy-for Governor; ' The J National Leader, a Greenback champion, published at Columbus until recently, has been removed to Canal Do ver, and now champions, the cause of Ewing and Rice. Thb Sentinel tells of a Harrison conn ty man, 77 years old, who cradled j 89 dozens of wheat during one of those days, last week, when the thermometer marked the nineties. i The National party of Lawrence coun ty, In County Convention," have unani tnously resolved to vote for Ewing and Rice. The National vote of Lawrence county last October was 382. " .. j ' Ex Senator" Rimsey," who never serv ed a day as a soldier, has .been chosen Secretary of War by his Fraudulency at Washington. Was there, no ex-soldier qualified to fill the position ? The Republican papers are taking: a great deal, of trouble to belittle the peo ple's movement in Athens County. ' It seems to be. too. big a thing to. be dis posed of by the ordinary pooh-pooh, j I The McConneTsville Herald says trial Wilkes E. Bozman, of Blue Rock town, ship, Morgan county,, clipped .this" sea son 1,000 pounds Of wool from fifty-one head of sheep an average of nearly twenty pounds each. - It seems to be the oplniop of leading army officers that while General Mile3 may achieve distinction fighting the In dians at the present juncture, that the chances of surviving to enjoy the distinc It is, expected that Rev, Fisher will withdraw from the pastorate of the if. P. congregation here, this Fall. He has received several calls to other M. P, churches but as yet has accepted none' Cambridge Newt. r J "lop Drin g muca sugar on your spade," said the Attorney-General to one of the United States Marshals, who went in to win, and secured the election; of three members of Congress, under the law to guard the purity 'of elections ! r 'Down ? aj Co8hdqlon. when Charley Foster beard the drum and fife he com. menced saying ."left, left, left," and re marked that the music reminded him so much ol the itime: be,. went! "marching through" old Seneca hunting up a sub- etitute for himself J v'-i ;; 'V4 i .... ( The Belmont County Teachers' InstK tute will be held at Martin's : Ferry the week beginning August 18th. Hon. E. E White, W D. Hinkle, .State School commissioner J.J.. earns ana otner dis tinguished eduotors will be in attend ance,Q 'An examination of teachers will be held at the close of the institute We are informed by J. B. Hixson, of the neighborhood, that Miss Mary J MePeek, a young lady of 14 summers, and daughter of Enoch MePeek, of Lon douderry township, has just' finished 'a quilt, which was commenced on January 1st, that containsjen thousand, two hun dred and thirty-two pieces. Cambridge JV.- .7 -.as f'-l Jj -.'.'The news1 Trom Memphis grows worse from day to day. Preparations are on foot for almost depopulating the city. It would be "no loss to do" 80 for busi ness .la, already suspended. . The. ware houses are closed and the business streets deserted. To flghtthe"pe8tiierice 6r to escape Tromr'it'now ""occupies" all thoughts.-' The Cities . to the , south of Memphis are enforcingf a rigid quaran tine, ..ahe line of the Mississippi river will . bo jealously guarded. i, J' - i Our former fellow citizen, Hon. Conl- son Davenport, now of Kansas, is elill wedded to the Greenback faith, but seems to be pleased with the nomination of General Ewing for Governor- of Ohio. In a letter to a friend in ' Barnesville he snys'f "I congratulate you on baying so Me and bohbrable a man on your ticket for Governor. I look upon Mr. Ewing ss'one , of tbe very first men of the na tion,' and if I was living in Ohio strong a Greenbscker as I am,' I could hardly keep from voting for him," Barnesville Enterprige.y:j: ? , l Child Drowned. A singular, and fa tal accident happened near Temperance ville last Monday evening. A yonng Bonof Michael Pierce fell, in to a. Blop b"arrel and whs drowned without any one being aware pf IhQ accident. The fam ily .were at supper at the time the child was playing in the yard, when, withont attracting any attention, he fell in the barrel which was sunk in the ground, and was drowned.' This is the third child this family has lost by accident in the past few years, une was ; run over by a wagon, and another killed by a tree falling upon llEnterfrtae, 24r inst. Mr. S. E. Johnson (Capulet) of the Cincinnati Enquirer went over into Bel mont county & few days ago to get a view of the 200 German Democrats Re publicans say refuse to support General Ewing. He could not find any ; but he found satisfactory evidence that Belmont county will give an increased Democrat ic majority in October. Official stealing has hardly any where been more openly practised tbau in several of the northern counties of Michigan. The offlues was held year after year by the same men, and the charging of $2,000 a mile for a road across a smooth plain, whero two men could build a quarter of a mile a day, is a fair sample of their rascality. A score or more of the thieves are likely to- go to prison. r The St. Clairsville Cornet Band has been employed to play at the State Fair at Columbus. This honor was confer red on the Band without any solicitation on their part. One of the Managers of the State Fair heard our Band play, at the recent laving of corner stone of the Children's Home and was so pleased With their music that he at once set about securing their services for the Slate Fair.' We have no doubt that at Columbus our boys will fully sustain their reputation as first class musicians. St. Clairsville Gazette. ... .The dwelling ot the Wines family at Marinette, Wij , got afire in the night, and the lower part was all in flames be fore the three children had escaped from an upper room. The oldest, a boy, jump ed from a window into a bedquilt held underneath. A younger lad, only 8 years oldfwas about to'follow,' but' the mother saw that a three-year-old girl was not at the window. "Run back and get Sis," she cried. The boy returned to his room, but the fire cut him off, and his lifeless body was found with the lit lie one's clasped in his arms. The Journal des Debats cannot help remarking how fatal the African land is to all who bear the name of Napoleon The first faded away at St. Helena under the eye of an English jailor ; the last dies at 23 in the service of England by a Zulu assegai. The mind is overwhelmed by the terrible coincidences brought about by fate at certain times and in certain families, and it is impossible not to feel a painful impression when we think ot that career, commenced at the Tuileries, to end in Africa in a fight which cannot even boast a name. ' y. MrsI Martha , OrsTON, of Belfast, Ire. land, a siBter of Mr. W. P. McKclvej residing a short distance south of town, who has been visiting her . relatives in America during the past year, starts to day. upon her return trip to her native heath, via. New Yotk and the Canard line of steamers to Liverpool. Mrs. O , who is on intelligent and. cultivated 'la dy, is quite in love with this region, and goes to her home favorably impressed with the vastnesa and grandeur of Co lumbia. Those who have . been favored with ber .acquaintance, unite with ber more familiar relatives and 'frienda, in wishing her a most , pleasant and safe voyage. Belmont Chronicle, 2ilh inst. Prof. Tice's Weather, Predictions, FOB AUGUST 1878. Probablr Weather. 1st, clear or fair, 2nd to oth, clouding, threatening weather. with se?ere storms at plapes: Cth to . 7th, olear or fair; oth to llth, fair: Uth to 17th. endinar in oloudy, threatening - weather, with severe itormsin places;' 18th to 19 th, olear to fair, 19th to 3ad, ending, in cloud jr, threatening weather, with local storms; 22nd to 23rd,' clear and pleasant; 24th, to 28th, ending" in clouding, threatening weather, with hearjr rains and se vere storras in places; zUth to oOth, clear to fair; Slrt, clear or i air. -' The comparatively warmer spells will be abont 3rd, 10th, 15th, 21st and 27th.. ' The oomparahvely cooler spells will be about, 6th, 12th, 18th, 22nd and 29th. ' iPrince'Jerome Bonaparte, the sue cesser of the Prince Imperial as head of tne bonRe, is known by appearance to many New Yorkers, having visited this city in 1861, in his yacht, and stayed for a considerable time at the New (Yoj-k Hotel. ..When his features are in repose he is the image of the first-. Napoleen ; but the great Napoleon's smile was fall of sweetness, while Plon rlon is 1 full 6f bitterness. ' He is said by those who know.him best to possess ability, but he has an air of indolence. " By. refusing to go to the Crimea he acquired. a reputa tion in France for cowardice He lives separate from his wife, the Princess Clo thilde, who resides in Italy. She is gen tle and pious . She , was with her hus band here, and every rooming at seven o'clock went to hear mass at the Jesuit chapel in Sixteenth a'treet i j: Kff"When Charles ; Foster x was: asked by the people of Tiffin to appoint a critv pled and wounded aoldier as postmaster, he refused to listen to them, and appoint ed a man who was as conspicuously ab; sent from the front during the war as was Mr. Foster himself. Cleveland Plain Dealer. He did the same thing here when ma king a selection for route agent in the mail service. ; Soldiers were ignored and a person selected who wm ready to do Charles' bidding,, no matter' whet he might call on him to do. Qalioti In quirer. ' s-.f i l ' ; ; The Zulu "War.' : ' 1 ' ' K Lokdow, July- 22 A correspondent wH't General Crealock telegraplis -'thst eight chie'sr-with their followers,- have Rent in anlrtimation that they would Bui -render. It is anticipnted that the Kimr ill retire into inaccessible : bush." It is certain thnt his array will refnseto follow, if bo aHnropti to do sol' We have in camp 1,200 Zulus., who have surrendered. The power of -the '. Zulus appears to he crumbling, , and submissions are made hourly.' , ;,.-! ;. r -. -u,:: . ... ; ' , m t - ;., tThe Democrats In Ohio are trying to make a point against Mr. Foster, the Republican candidate for Governor, that he did nnt serve in the Union arm y.while General Ewing diJ. Indianapolis Jour nal. -- - . . r JTrying ? .They have made the pint. and it iB very annoying to trie gentlemen who are at the sharp end of t.Enquir er. 'Eighteen new cases of fever in Mem phis the 24th inst. The Ohio campaign' was opened. by Gea Ewing at Lancaster, on the 24th inst He was welcomed by the people with the grandest, livest and meet enthuastio oration ever accor ded te a fnblie man in Ohio,. ; . , . ; i (Written for The Spirit of Democracy.) Leaf Tobacco Association. . . Barnesville, O., July 24, 1879. The Leaf Tobacco Association of Ohio and West Virginia met pursuant to call. The , minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. - 4 " The object of the mretinsr being sta ted by Mr. John Biadfleld, President, the reports from the rtiffarent counties in regard to the acreage of the growing crop of tobacco, as compared with last year, were received, viz. : Belmont County, by Jos. Green, . 2-5 Guernsey John BradfieM, 4 Monroe Noble Morgan, Washington W. Va.,bv L. W.T. Morris, F. M. Atkinson, J " Hon. J. C. Murray, " . . John Pool, I C. Singleton and others, I The general condition of the crop is bad except in a tew favored localilie?. The following resolutions were adopt ed: ' - Whriueas,, Experience has taught us that when tobacco W cured by Are it has no : market except for export, and when air cured it has the advantage of local and foreign markets; therefore, " Resolved, That it Is to the interest of the growers for all dealers to encourage, as far as practicable, the air cuiiug of the present growing crop. r. Resolved, That it is the opinion of the Association,' iu view of the short crop prospects in the Slates, the Regie grades should not .be sold at less than $7 per hundred, and we request our shippers and agents in Baltimore to hold for that price..: .'.;A'','i'V.'.Vt i Resolved, That the proceedings of the Association be sent to our agents in Bal timore. - ' ' On motion, adjourned to meet August 12, at the State Leaf Tobacco Ware house,' in Beilaire, Ohio.'." "V r ; ' " ; JOHN BRAD FIELD, ' J '- President. F. M. Amos, Secretary. Written for The Spirit of Democracy. FKOM WEST VIRGINIA. Rockport, Va., July 15, 1879. - Ed. Spirit : .As there are a great many people in this county from Old Monroe, who have many relatives and friends left behind, we thought it might be a pleas ure to them to read a letter from us through the Columns Of the 'Old Spirit.' By your permission we propose to write them a tew lines through this medium Although it has been a good while since some' of usv have visited the old county, jet we have not forgotten yoa. We often think- of you and would like to see you and enjoy a friendly converse about the things that are past, about the enjoyments of the present.and our hopes in the future, but we have no desire to return to make that county our home again. We have no idea that this is the garden spot of the world ' by a long dis lance, but we do know that it is a good place to tve.as we are blessed with good, rich land and good society. 'The land of this section is a limestone soil of the best quality.and not a bastard limestone as some have gone back and reported. It seems that the land wil produce any kind of grain or plants that we try 10 raise, i. uis cuuuiry ia uesuneu, we think, lu the near future to be one 0 the leading portions of the Union. And we think that .you .could not do belle' than locate among us and procure homes while land is cheap and improve them to suit your different tastes. I You probably would do better to locate here than to remove to the far west, and run the risk of doing better and being suited better in a pountry subject to fearful storms and ague and scourged with grasshoppers, etc., as portions of the west is. There is no healthier country than this that we know of this side, of California or Ore son.1 ' - -We raise all kinds of fruit usually pro duced, in temperate regions, and there is an' immense quantity - of young trees planted every year. Progress is making rapid strides in every department of lm provement. The wheat crop, was good this 'year' with the exception that it was thin on the ground but unusually large head?, so that it will turn out well; there was a large amount sowed last fall. The corn never looked better, although not laree for the time in the vear. Farmer had a terrible time getting their com to coml 'Op-on account of defective seed and backwardness of the Spring. I se lected my seed xom last fall as the corn was gathered and laid it op over the fire on the Joft. I planted about the middle oi-May and never saw: corn come up better. t- have good Bociety.tbe greater part of the people professing religion. Many church bouses of the various denomina tions have been erected within the last ten years. We have good schools in rnosCparCs f ol. the connty, four months in the vear. Teachers are paid from 820 to $35 per month, according to grade of certificate. ; . But I must close.for this letter Is grow ing to a greater length than we intended already. But a word aoout tooacco small crop planted; cause, failure plants. r . .. .. r -J Mr.'' Editor, 'If you think this worthy a place in four columns please publish, and we will write you again some time A 1AK80H MaRTTH. j - ..C . .i.uu.u J i J ; Scalded. A li'tle child about one yer old, belonging to Robert Devolld, of Center township, was seriously seal, ded last Sunday, by pulling over from a table a jar of boiling fruit. Dr. Downey was called, and did all possible to make the little sufferer easier. : Silas Danford, an esteemed; citizen of; Marion township, died at his residence lust Saturday, after a lingering illnees of I nearly a year, in duration., Almost to the last moment he was'coiiscious of all1 that transpired around him, and died with the full hope of a Hie bevond.the! shadow 'of death. He was fifty-three years of age. i AcciDEST Thomas Humphrey an old farmer residing :near ' Cumberland,; was' swept from a load of , hay, one day last; week, by the' projecting limb of a tree under which he was driving He was seriously lacerated by the limb, and had an ear torn off, In his fall to the ground. It is thought bo will recover. : : j : A fool once more. ' ; ,r'For ten years my. wife was confined to 5her , bed with such a complication of ailments ,lhat no doctor could tell what was 'the matter or cuie her, and I used np a' email fortune in. humbug stuff. - Six months ago I saw a U. S; flag with Hop Bitters" ot"lt, and I thought I would be a fool once : more,'," I tried it, but my folly proved to be wisdom. Two bottles cured her, she is how as well and strong as apy. man's wife, and it cost me only two dollars. - Such folly pays. II, W., Detroit, Mich. v-:r '"'' . wi""1 - .!;.s ',-! "; At ! C'dcago; ' yesterdav,J. 24th "in'si, 'American support has been secured for the Darien: o.an&t project. ' . A water spout in the canton !of Bernp, Switzerland, recently, , stopped: trains whirled raairea of earth about .and injur ed toe crops. . y.-A 1879. FIRST ARRIVAL. New Prints. New Muslins. - NEW BOOTS AND SHOES. NEW READY MADE CLOTHING Table Linens. Pillow Casings. Sheetings, and Full Stock ol Domestics Suitable for the Season. AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. All are invited to call and examine unr stock. MORIUS & AimSTROXG. mctH79T. , Senatorial Cbnvention. The Convention to nominate a candi date for the 19th Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Guernsey, Monroe and part of Noble, will meet at SutnmerGeld, on ., '. Thursday, August 11th, 1879, At 1 o'clock P. M. Representation as folio ws : Guernsey, 23 votes ; Monroe 28, and Noble 10. ; ' - : :'!- .; By order . ,':";".; ' '' - '' :". "Democratic Ex. Com.' : announcements; STATE SENATOR. Ed. Spirit: Announce , Til o ill us Keenan, of Beaver Township, Noble Ooun ty, as a candidate for State Senator in the 19th Senatorial Uwtrict; subjeot to the decision of tne Uutrict senatorial Convention.. . ETThe friends of F. M. AtklUtton. of Noble County,, present his name as a suitable candidate for Senator of the l!Hh district; sub jeot to the deoision of the Democratic Conreu tion. ; ; ; ! ? : -, -A DKMOCUAT3. ' Eo. Spiuit: Announce A, 1. Dorr, of Noble County, as a candidate for State Sen ator in the 19th Senatorial District; subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. The Vote of Ohio. Several persons having written to us for the vote of Ohio In 1875, when Allen and Hayes were oandidates, and the vote of 187G, when Tildon and Hayes were candidates we give them below, as "also the vote of 1877 and 1878: - - ; .- voTKOtf 1375. Hayes, Republican " Alien, Democrat ' Republican majority '." " Y' ' . ; . v - - - ' ' Total vote 29,273 y-- 5,544 500,190 330.698 '! 828,182 - , l.iao TOTB OF 1870. Hayes . Tildea'.- : -; , t: ,. Hayes over Til den . . , ; , Total vote ,';,:,'"..' v . ';,'t"'.T0TBOB! 1S77. Bishop, Democrat, r ' -v. : . . , ."; a West, Republican,,; Bond, Socialist r . . , ; .')-s . Thompson, Prohibition T ; a; t3 Johnson. Greenback . . .4 n ' , ; .. . Bishop over West , .' " .; ."' Total Tote - '" -: ' ! RepnbUeaal . Jt '. . j. " Demooratio 1 Temperance- . ; Greenback . .' ' " ' . ' ' ': " ' , 7.518 . 655,016 Ii'1.".; ,...-.271,625 I ,249,105 j 12.489 ,r;- 4.830 ;22,520 584.0C7 274,120 270.UUt ; 6,683 .38.833 Republican brer Democrat' 8,154 Total vote ,'689,100 It will be noticed that the total rota in 1877 and 1878 was about 6-1,000 less than in 1876. The claim that Fostor makes tlat the vote in 187S will 'be " 605,000 is preposterous ' onr its (From an " Interview ' With General George W,, Morgan.) .t The later deTelopBifint of i'ie Rppub- hcan paity a duliberite tniect to destroy the republic are alarming. Tbe best illus tration ot the object " of special 'deputy United States Marshals was furnished at St. Louis where three Democratic dis tricts were carried for tbe Republicans by the aid of a thousand deputy Marshals, who swore before a comnpittee- of inves tigation that tbe only icstriict'ons they received wre that the election must, be carried for -the1 Republican partyi1 ;Tbe political onti ao-cs in New Xork and Philadelphia are further Instances of the design of these special Marshals." L "The tendency of the Republican par ty to break up the republic,' said ; Gener al Morgan, cannot ' be :: too persistently kept.befo'reMhepsople by Democratic ed'tors and speakers. The voters cannot-be too thoroughly . aroused to the dangers which threaten cif il liberty. I have studied this subject and the Re publican prtyr for morehan , twentf; years, said be, and it is not only my be lief but I can prove" by its history and the records of its Readers thst the Re publlcan'party him, to rlestroy this' pov crnmedtAeetvUisharja . ,tr, , (Special DispsteV to. the Enquirer.)"'1 ', lionoral iivvlng. . ; i . Wi8m!8T0W,, D.' 0. July 33-ITade fc ly ing Tisit to this city last night, and left to night for his home in Lancaster, Ohio. - He ex ploded several of the campaign slanders whloh have been put aflaat. Concerning the charge that he had made an alliance, offensive and do. fensive, with TllJonl the General says: , "It is pure nonsense. ; I have no alliances with f.Mr Tilden or any other statesman about politics none whatever. ' 1 am nobody's candidate but the candidate of the people of Ohio. I shall seek ia this canvass to eep the Presidential question entirely out of It!', If we win, it will be time enough to determine then what the Democracy will do on the; Presidential ques tion. I see' the Leven worth Pre.s tells a long yarn which has since been revamped by the New fork Tribune about my' being in con ference with Mr. Tilden from eTeven o'clock at night until three o'clock in the morning map ping out the campaign in Ohio in 1879 and the Presidential campaign of next year, and about Mr. Tilden's agreeing to contribute $'50,000 provided Mr. J. G. Thompson should have nothing to do-with the cat vass., Jt is all etuflf and slush. ! In company with Mr Barr.um and Senator Randolph. -1 call d on Mr, Tilden about eight o'clock in the evening,- and i stayed not more than an hoar.';I subsequently - called with "Senator Randolph on Mr. Kelly ' I : lad ho conversation with cipher gentlemen about eontribntjohs'for the 'Ohio 'campaign or the Presidency in 1830. ' , Iowa to be Divided Into Bishoprics. , fconNCiL Bluffs, July 24. By recent orders emduatin j from the Church at Rome, Iowa will soon be divided into bishopric!), and will be known as tbe Eastern and Western Diocese. The new Bishop, whose confirmation' is dally fs peced from, the iPope, will be stationed at Council BlutTt and known an the Bish op of Council Bluffs. . The other Bish op, Hinnesy, will be retained, at Dubu 0.UD,-.- A handsome cathedral i will sodn be a oecessliy here, ia view ; of tbe; new 1 0rder 6f things."! ' .8r,?tt A Woman llises in Her Collin and . Wants an explanation. : ,i Roxabbl, N. C. July 24. Daring the ternb e wind storm or Mondsy,lbe house of Mrs. Adalaide Barton was ' blown down and the lady covered wlth'dbriF. She was Gnally taken ': out spparenUy dead, and preparations were made yes terday afternoon for the burial. After the funeral, as the casket was being re moved to the hearse, slie rained np and asked what Ibia all meant. 'The smlden revival created consternation as well as joy. It was found that she' had been in a ttance. She is perfee'lv well; and in a lew hours was superintending woikruen clearing away her wrecked house.-"'1 ; " BUSINESS NOTICES, NEW STOVES. Mas. O. O. ALEX AKDER has just reeelred a lrt of the best Stoves in thl market.' Call and see thorn, i may27. r.., , , '-.'r ., r.--j; tiPot Flowers oi all kinds for sale at Mrs. WAra. , , - , . . . , . . Flab. . , .. i " The beat quality of Mackerel, "Wlilbe Fish and Lake Herring, by the half barrel, quarter barrel, kit or pound at the lowest cash price at SCHUMACHER'S GTFruitTTec c .lx. 4 . . Grape Vines, : r-iji ' Evergreens, .' . : And Shrubbery of all kinds for sale by Mrs. M. A, WAY, Woodbfield, Ohio. Orlpe from a distance will reoeive prompt attention.. - E I . N-..,H... B ;A New Lot -.t-'.y'v..' Of i'l'-X E h; FINE AND COMMON, h CANDIES. V E"'.i:;. 5 :n.. e COMMERCIAL WoodsfilO Produce tlarUct. COKRJSCtSD WEBKLT BT P. BCBrviOBKft',. JB. ' , Mondat,. July 28, 1879.' IflouV," per'IbarreL.l J.,....J5 406 00 Flour, per hundred 2 753.00; Wheat,. per .bushel...... .....,;,&0$l- ()0 Com, , ;..40Q50 Corn meal " ' ....,... '!.:;...;.'" ' 48 Barley, ! ? :s.. 165! Beans,; -:' 25al;50 25a30 Potatoes, ' , ; f 50(60 Butter, per pound.. ...... 63 Beef, 6a 8 6 aS Bacov ' '- Lard, ' M Calf skins, " Candles, . " Fish,-' Feathers, , ! Rags, ? Sugar.- Tallow ;: ,'10 15 .. 48 i45 1 9f312 ! .8 Tea, . ...i.'.ROal Do Apple?, dr(etl.f......l............36a48 Peaches, driedj,.:.. Coffee, green,.... ..I5a20 Coffee,- browned.....:....'.. :.;..:..a8a20 Coal..v.'.v..V..:r.;..r..r.'.;.'.:;.i:.;.;.v 10 Eggs, per dozen.'..'." .,;...': .' ;:;. Hay, per ton.;.. .1 110 ' 4 ' 6 00al2 00 .5 Hides, greenj , per pound.. Molasses, Orleans, per gallon 65 Sorghnu molasses.; or 'theharr el, )- on Sorghum molasses, per gallon 40 ovrup, per gallon. -........,73 Salt, per barrel.:;..V...V.:;'...,',:;v:......21 00 Soap, flounte' .'.'.... -'ii WeodY jer ooid.'...i.;...'. '.;..;.,.'.'.., 3 00 Wooiaeld Stoclt Market.' ; July 28 Cattle 7 2a3o -per pound; Sheep 3a4u per pound; Hogs 2i3o per pound gross. ! ' - '"' -; 41 -' ";" ' , t- sf ;(; : riilladetplila.' ll.- ' Jui'v 24 Flour 5 25a6 00.' .; Wheat L 13 ; Corn 49a50c ; Oats 37400,; Rye 58c Is;i'.;i.i i ??;' i .v, -jv i;-JjMew,rk.i, .;h. Jul? 24Flour 3 75a6 00 ; Whent 1 09al 17 ; Corn 44a46c ; 3 Oats 3Sa42o ; Re 66a67c , Barley 45 c. . '"::. " Chicago.' . r1 . July 24 Flour 3 iaaj B0 Wheat 94al 0; ; Corn 3&36c; : Oats 2527c, Ryenlc; Barley 70c-; :My-A ' J-;',,. Cincinnati. ..n i ' -'"July 24 Flour 3 55a5 75 ;' -r 'Wheat 95a98c ," Corn 40a41c i r;Oats 31a35o; Bye. 57c; BarleSOc.', l - 3 ii ' lDATTLE' MARKETS, 4 ? 1 ! 1 lid n natiUSnlt'f' 24 -Hn Easier for light, doll for.heavy;'eommon , 3 80S 35; light 3 60a3 75. packing , 3 , 4Ua3 00; butchers', 3 C0a3 80: 'y nn j an - - t ' ' i- 1 : ! ' Chlcazo July 24 All ffra'! het- ter, mixed paoVingr 3 00a3 35; light 3 (5oa4 00';' cnoice oeavr a 40aJ au. 1 . , Cattle Market has a shade i' morel lifer 1' lot bonffht for Kew To'rk at 4 755 25; fair : good shippinff 3-'90a4 50; feeders and1 stock?. ers1- 3 ovaJ air, 6atcheMv ttnehanired western cattle-easy; Textns 2 953 50; Colorado-na- nves 8 004 SO.'.o' lad I a- .-i .... .-. - ISaltlraore Jul? u 24. Ctt'e Market dull, and prices !vto lowr: very bok 5e9; fimt quality ifaOoi medium 34o; oi dinarv-2Ka3lo; most et the sales were at 33840.; .Keceipta 3.657, head;, sales OCB head. ,-i ; i :-" Hosrs Snppjr fully equals demand. rQao- tations 5a5o. ". Keceipts 6.161 head. , . . , t a Sheep and Lambs Receipts 8. 493 head; quo-, iatioiis.. sheep 8a4s; lambs S.aSb. ' ;' . , Hew "Torlt July.24. nwves'-f- Dressed beet in fair demand at 5a6c; Texan sides 074c;' Be for native." 'Sheep Market tedv for sheep at 4ii5i;' or dinary to good 5.sa!5c; extra 4a5c; shipper' lambs dull and birely sustained price at 5' jii 6Jdf poor to prime mutton dull at 68c; dress ed Iambs alow -at calle. Hoks Fair to good eornfei nominal at 4 00 a4 20" pet lOOpounds-j .u-; -r.,u- y f - - ? . NOTICE . , i 1 TO Uife Mpmbeta of Trail Run Intiurnnce Coinpans'.Thee'ec. tion of new officers for the Company will he on the. Th'rd eaturday in September, from 2 to & o'clock p. m., a) the Trail Ran school house sear Mr. Jaseph Hill's.: OA full attendance is desired, as there, are questions of importance to discuss. ,1 By order of Direotos. ska WILLIAM HOBUEQ, Secretary, Jnly29,'79w3. . ..- NOTICE TO BfttDGE BUILDERS. SEALKD- PROPDSALS will be teoelved at the Auditor's office in Woodfield, Monroe county,. Oh'o, September ; 6, 1879. ,to Z O'clook, m, for a wrought iron bridge across Barnes' Kan, near John H Brld?uoad's in Lee township, ea'd bridge to be 38 feet locg (extreme length) and 14 feet loadway, to be completed by the 20 vh . day of November, 1879. ' " ., .. Bidders must furnish plan) and specifloa tions f the saperetruoture. No bid will b considered unless acooinpanied by good and sufficient bond. :. Tbe Commisatocers re serve tbe right to reject one or all bids. t By arderof the Commissioners. 0 m. HOBFFLBR, Aud. M. C. 0. July29; KOTI0 S TO ST6M 1 MAS6!& SBalBD-PBOPOBaLS-wiU be received at the Auditor's office lu WoodafleM, Moore e i o'clock, v., for two abatmeuts near John Ii. Bridgeuian's, in Lee townehip.-ora cridge aorosa Barnes' Ran; length of abutments 18 leet at bae and It feet at topj Letght l7 feet; thlckheeg 6 'feet at base' and 3 feet on top, with-tbe -necessary wing wallij all of which must be flrst clfcfnaaonry, and tfbat meats must ba. fliyshed bjr.'he lOth dof November, ; 1.R79, f ,A, .. '-. No bid will be considered unless anoompa.. tied by a' good and. eufBctapt'; loud ' The' Commisfiouers reserve the right td feie?f one rail butt.' ' v '''' l' '1 : By order of the CommiStoneritofi hih - v M. BOKlfVliKS,- AadM. 3, 0. j Jaly29,'79r6.. ! :.. Lot -ci;ann st .ty..-j .: fJo'' V) ,C!iC Probate Notioamaj )r. lyJ.v1 r.,VI I : V CC0DNT9 and vouchers have been filed XV. in tbe Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, by the following BxoatcrrB,rA4aibiia- trators and Quardianai. , t , ...... First and final account :of., Hear. . Krjwpe Adm'r of the estate of jobu Georg Kfipger First and final account . of. Jaaob. Sgijesser ' Kxtoator of the will of Barbara ierj First partial acnount of John SeysoV 'Asssig ' nee f J. J. 'Aiexitnder. an inaolVent'.'41' The final wsoonut of Kioholas Bira&i Giiatdiaa of the person and estate of Mary Tow, an Imbecile f-T. : ' - -r .- ,. . ' '' .4 First partial ao ouut of, John :Bnrkholtef Guardian of, lie minor heirs u,. Jacob Bnrkhotter, . , ',..., f,,, l' Pirat and final account of, Mart .Nenhart ; (Nuiboh) Gaardian of Frederick Neiboh's Tmlnor heirs- '-. .,e-iK Fourth partial ''acoonnt ?of HaVveV8 Wright Guardian of H. N. L. Wrtbt, telnor Third partial aoconnf of J. Sl.Twiuem A8mV of the estate of Thomas BothweU.; Any person interested may file written1 ex ceptions to saidaccoDuts orany iUnt thereof on or before, the 23d ,dy . of jAag-astext, when the same will be fiuafly berd uQicoa tinned from day to dar uniltdUposed of. i a r; k; WALTON; - 3uly29,79w3. 1 Probate Jadg H.-?.-0. -j ,uiVr,i T?;ii ,l,-:.;;isT.r' .' tns 1 " .! ; '.' r"" '"T"-': ( .;-.f,ii. . "1 f;.l c ti; i so:' .haaw-Btis ! , A 4t.au Itut V4- NOTICE'TO ? 'ELECTORS. -z "" j !:vr.:i ii';:' :-ii . ,cii IN pursuance ' bf Section one of Act of ' the General Assembly ' of i the : Stat of Ohio, passed May 11, 1879; providing, for the Assessment; and Taxation of property ia the State, and for laying .taxes thereon, aosprd ing tq its tne value lu money',, the Commis sioners of Monroe ''onnty, Ohlpjit. their June session A. D. 1879, proceeded to a(vid said county into DistrictSj as foJIoWs; 9 V Baoh tonshIp to comprise A separate'Dis triot. -x'i.-v 1 rr r r I vi-..-ih4 "iJ i The quallSed eleolouof Monroe Connty, Ohio, are hereby noliBed; that lhy &n re quired at the October election, 1879 tq .fjlect soma cttixeu of each of tha above IlistrloW . having . the qualifications of u elector, as Assessor of Real, Property within alich'J)Li-tries.-- 4 .. V-t''- . .1 ' . .i. The fudge of Election shall '4ep sepa rate poll-book tor the-eleotion of said Aaaea. sors, and the retnrns thereof, duly ee'tllflad as in other cases, shall be made to tlw.eeuu. ty Auditor; of said county,-nhQ,-wUl the Clerk, of the Court of Caminoa -. Pleas and Probate Judge of the county, shall open the same and declare the resfUt; and the Connty Auditor shall within ten days after opening suish returns, give notice to each-of thiJ per sons elected ef hiseleotlon. i :?;r.(i! a 1 . By order of the Connty. Gomrriisslonefa. . -.. Connty Auditor and Clerk of Jiowd. ' july29,'794.,-v: Atf'ftf t !i ti-'-- )'.v ,rt-tf .,iJ'o') rr ,7S(t :c tt j .., a 7HT A crtpnipp'o o l T n1 mo v. Georse .Ring.,, :frj;f ii xi ini iBenjmio.;RinS et al.;,,, f;!-.-rTf-.U-.4 .III It TyJ virtue of aoerUln order p( sale In par- .titlon 'issued ' from the court if common pleas,' within and for the county of M6hro and State of Ohio, in a case peading'in ay court between the above named' pkrtle'i and to me directed, ! will offer tor taht attnblia auctloo at the east, door bf.thtf ootfrt bpnsa ta Woodathlpa . (,' I ! Saturday, tie zhtKdatfnfl Avfitst, U579 between the hours of ill o'tloek a. m. - kud 4 o'clock p-hl, of sail darTtha faflowinj dv scribed real estate situate in .Monroe oeonty. OLIo.tO wife, jf :H ,-,Vrf.f .The e9t, half of the southwest -o, parlor of section lenty.6ve, township thraa of "range five,' except about ' twelve1, aores'bat ot tha sontUweit corner" of said half 'q-iirter'and particularly 'described as folldwir Betu'g alt tying east of said line,oaimeiictn t kin gar tree on . the old cotnty lineou th-Mt bank of Little.. Maskloguoi Creekj tbenoe a northeasterly , oonrse to a toi -bout twelve feej .west of tbe. douth onnier.of. theohacco hoose; thence about north to a stone pUpted on the east bank of the creek', six feet from a bellflowef apple tree; thenow weft id the' line dividing ' the quarter; tadbct Bortn toland formerly owned by Simeon Hiil.'deoeued, and : being the earn land set f to Mrgart Bing In fee simple in the ae of GeorgaKin vs. Margaret Ring et al in the-oonrt 0 com mon plea of Monroe ooauty,0h!oi the prem. tee herein is .also subject to the' famflf graveyard, devised by Walter Ring hi his Ut will and testament.and also a road 'frbmald graveyard to the pablio read.' '1 na , ,! Baid property lo ordered to bo sold .'! ap praised; at $1.60, aad may . sbH for-? two thirds of said appralaement ,- Terms, ( sala. One-third oashn day of Bale, one,tbid in one year ani one-third ia two, ".years; tbe.de- frre4 payments to bar interest and be se cured by mortgage on the premises BlJ. t " - ' - ' " ,JM ! WILLIAM RBtl, i Jnly29.'79w5. : 'J.'iw i - rfherlfiT M.d O. . ' ::i!BraTii4MAk,L0BT.-A'ya.!i ". t) B : -.1 OLD ARD RELIABLE. Tin ' RiCTftTm'. T., ,i T......-... 1 e ki a Standard Family Eemedy for'e- $ daseaaea of the liver, Stomach ! anauoweia. It la Parerjr Vegetable. It never Debilitate- fs Oathartio and Tonie TRY " W ,1, - Invigorator 1 j ' n Til -r. tor more luau Tears. V :, unprecoaeniea . rnsruta SEND FOR CIRCULAR. If T iv tMirnrtn u it' 163 ROaswav. i J! l 111 OHHirOftUj W.Ul, tfEWTOaTTi 0 ANTPRVClCTSTWn.l.TCLl.TOTTmilWrtX'nOX. S a 1 , m v cb T aw .a ta urn 11 u v iniiifi if j.air Bus vriTsnf Walk A urn B'ii mm immm m HfciEl V'