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THE SPIRIT ' OF DEMOCRACY. IlENltY It. WEST Proprietor. 4 7? i i TOSD1I, MAY 11, 1880. "A union of heart. union, ot hwds . A onion of State none my Mver; ,: Amnion of lakes, a nntim of landM. ' ' i Aad thcFt.AU of ocu Uhioh Forrvk Address all letters : ' H.i THt SpIRtt Or- DtOCRACT,H WoodsfleM, ! 'v 1 ; :" ' ' Monroe Countv, J ' ;? ?.." ' .. (JJuo. 'XTlianlts to Hnn. A, J. Wabkkr .tor taluahle pnhltc dorumenta. : , TFrak Heap's apeech I full of Corvect doctrines tad was (A oratorical effort of the Convention. , . . , . w 1 - S rwThfi Democrslia Slut tjonrenuon .rillfthcl(l at CleteUml oa the20 hdy 'wblca to'hold Convention t I.J . . " . JyThe nexr President was named at Colo'mDui' on ThursiaV; the 6th 'Inst And don't ,von forget it, Allkic p Thor- mar will he Inaugurated "oa March i. jtarHon. ;G. W Stjward, g w. HAitii.Toif nq .the pnblisher of Tbr ;?riRrT.'-aVfnded the Democratic, btate 43onwntion - last week. We all bocmed eur'levellwst for THOtHliK'. ; Hat" E9 vetoed the Deflciency BilL i It contained a' Clause doing awav with peputy Marobals at the pells. Hates .cant endure the idea of the people con- ,trolllo2 .elections free fcom Government Interference, J' J- " '' " "' " '. ,V ' t nc wm iuirs xerumrn umi Convention in St; Louts lt Week. Th'elrj resolutions condemn the third term movement, but many of the actors will vote -for Grant should he receive the nomination; at least that is oar guess J I ' W-S'il" - ' " : . XSTTbe Enquirer $ Columbus correF- pondent draws a picture of the proceed ing! In the Democratic State Convention 'on the 6th inet., to suit the1 peculiar fan. .clesbf the editors of that paper. Very little attention Was paid to truth, either -In the coloring or hading. ; i:tk.?,-v ' ' "' i'XyThw Marietta. Regitter dares to publish tbist-1 ' i0 ' V : I'H'i.Wnt tT'fopnan' Tia tiiint mh eflitot lbs Okolona, ' Mis.. States, bas severed I ItS lAi XVV lt4ai lMe-wvuw.aB.i.r Ids connection with that paper. The Idiot will paragraph yon with a verigeance..,prpvided be can find. work ba tbe idlotorial slat? of some paper. ' nvTnere were a few adherents of ''TIi.dew. Jbwftt and Patri in tbe Dem - ocratlc State Convention last week, and stO tthctr credit be it said, they did not in Oerptne !a single objection to the, resoln tlon 'of Ihstrnct ion. ' They ' acted nand VJmely, and are really friends of Senator tJCAU, and rill stand bv bim atCin- . .. m . , einnatl s long as there is probability 'et bis nomination. r 4 f ' ' 1 ' ' " "'3rThe attendance At the Democratic State Convention was verv large, and the V ( f-,. . I. , 1 .' ' ' proceeaings aecineaiy aannoniou. were no declarations ot war, net ther were ther any intrigue to. prevent Tbcrman from obtaining the solid vote of the State.' ! with the fslr start made aw fUb.if'f nn-m MnriMatA iiuwu I. -' - a " .,-- 4rcnt! t Cincinnati and the victory is ntwretv?" ,!.' " ' ; 1 ;' ' .'- .wr,;.,. .. . , ... f The Ohio Republicans In 1875ment; an indestructible Union of inde- ' arlonted the following resolution': ' , :The oheervance of. Washington's ex . . . ' awnle in retiring at the close of a sec - ond . Presidential teim will be in the fu ture, as it,hss been in tbe past, regarded as a fundamental' rule in tbe an written law of the Republic." ' A'i toe Republican Convention held at ,(Jo)umbua recently 11 attempts to offer a .ilnili. at . fKa a Knva legnr mr frowned' upon, In fact ordered to the rear. i -Tet we are Void that the Republl ,can vof' Ohio are "opposed to the third t (t- V: i i ' term movement. -. . .SfTbe .delegates from ths l5th dli "trict at QoluBibus selected the following , -committeemen, delegates and alternates: -''Elector R. A. Constable, Athens. Vice President W. S Bozman, Mor- Crfdenliali Hon. G W. Steward, . PermanentOrgantzatlon J R. Ledlie, Meics. ' . i'vReaolnttoiTf---8.: M. McSillen, Wash- b Central Committee David Okey.Mon ..Deiegatfsjlo Cincinnati Henry Bobl "Wasliioffion: John Scbreiner, Meig. ',ja.hrnatea Jbrj B. Driggs, Mbnroe; BurkhalMorgan, , . , . . . -The gentlemen from Athens.Meigs and Washington were exoeedingly modest in beii'diemands fof positions. Their slate een ne 'plainly seen by reading over the lafberk ha'i.ever -been" a Chalybeate aiyi ftoA Tome 'offered to the : medical pofcte-ca - wliicb, has proved itself bo VilmHc as JIujuoJs' Uttik; and Iron. " THE DEMOCRACY. Proceed ingsof thefState C n , ventfon. J Address of Hon. Frank Hnrd, Tem porary President. Hon. George L. Converse, Perma , . ; ; nent President. :'' .. ': rr. . THE HKMM.dTIOXS. The Democratic Stntp Convention as smlle1 in Comrtock'R Oiiera H-noe at eleven n'clook tlii ( Thurnlav) foit-noon 1 be noon were locked untl ball-past ten o clock. When they were thrown open there was a big crowd to enter in The house was soon well filled. The Barracks Band furnished the Itaimonv. and discoursed aicep'atle : music at proper IntiTviU dartre the dav. The house wan appropriatilv decorated with the Staa and Stripes and the likeness of Thn'tnan. Hon -; John G. Thnn pson. Chairman of the Democratic state Central Com mitten. call d the Convention to order at 11 :!5 l"Ck, and annunnced that the Committee had self cted the follow. in; officers for the temporary organiza tion: Temporary President, Hon, Frank H. Uurtt.nl Li'icss county. . Temjtorarv S''cretBTies,Jarirp S Crall, ot BichUnd; W. W. Reofif-ldTof Hni ron;J K. N'wcomer, o Chamni2n; George Maul, ot Eie ; L F. MtKenna, of Prrv Hop. Frank H Hurd . came forward. and, on aborning the duties of the Caair, aiinke aa follows t A!) 1)1 ESS OF THE TEMPORARY, PRESIDENT Gentlemen or iuk Cokvektion I thank tow moat Cordially lor the honor vou have con'erred upon roe. . I con emulate vou Rpon the ampioious nr cnirMincts under which we are assent Wed to-'isT. i cousratuia'e you upon flic mauhlflr-pnt lttendanrn thU f"Ynvn- u.n -yoked. omDosed as It Is of the intelligence and enthusiasm of the Dem . . ocra'tc panv oi unto, i congratulate organiziunn : not , vnyeriiuns to throw shadowi npon w future prnmi tmMic "reconciliation of their leaders, but our paity of one purpose, animated hy one spiri of fidelity to the organ!- zttion,:iKrotion to its principles,, taith- fiill support of Its roet-ures, and firm determination . to carry Us banner to viccrv. 1 congrutulRte yn upon the suprtmncv of our ptity In both halls of the tederal tjjn?rps for the Qrat tme In the jetr of a Pn-sfdential election for more than a quarter of a century supremacy, whiuii assuies u of t ie fruits. of our victory when we shall have won it; which will proclaim to the country and the world that the frands of 1876 shall not be repeated in 1880; that the popular will shall not again bn thwarted by the corrupt action of fraudulent re- turning boards and the false decision of partisan electoral commissions. We are assembled to-day lo open : a canvass the noat Important in the -his tory of the country. Ohio will be the battkfiMd for the two great political par- Mo-. Our Oittober e ect on wil he the first great eont'St in the Nation's Strug- gie. wn "o lecona Auewiay m ine raonl lne ,,nM " nfe PWJ'f, "l tTTru U1HWII III CICIl 1'IVIiHUIU III niv Union ; tbe nominations will all have been made; the leaders will all have been chosen, the struggle will hare be. gun. On that dav hostilities all over the country, will be suspended ; all eyes will he turned to Ohio.. Iu . breathless sus pense the result ol oar ci tent will h awaited. ,Wbat word shall Ohio" send ? Fellow Democrats. let 01 ' see to it that that night tbe lightning flishes all over the land tbe word which will carry em harassment, confusion and discomfit are to our foes, and encouragement. confidence and enthusiasm to our frieuds, 1 such word as shall start in motion the - , tide which shall sweep with resistless flood to victory the national - standard bearers of the Democratic patty. Every motive and impulse of party lealtyand patriotic duty urges us to tbe content. Tbe issues : involved are the most important and far reaching ever I submitted to the country, it is the isue 1 between the simple republic of the Con ti,uli?n "n(1 the stron uownmeaj- of ceiitrslized .power; between the -army and the people: between free' elections and military intetference at the polls. Can freemen be silent in such a contest ? Can men who hold as sacred the mot toes of JetTetsoo and Jackson, and pro tarn m wt Ka IswtrhiiAst austk t It a t as asti r?r A t I si.o V W IUIUUUI wiui fcLlCIl DL11 l W IU' m . . . . p K f , thousand times no! Tbe fate of free government n this continent de- pnu npon the result The destiny of the RtnulJiC ia involved. The hones of I III mnrUl ara at ilkba - ThM mint Iia 1 - - K! V"": 1 ", 1. Une mu8l clo8P(, Bn . lhe or2an5xv tion nw-t bs peifecte-i; the discipline muat be through and complete. The old watchwords and battle cries Of tbe party must be I 1 heard again. Tbe maintenance of the rio-ht of States In J violate as the present guaranty of the I perpetuity of tbe Union ; no consouda I tion of power in the Federal Govern- structtme states; opposition to raonopo- 1 1 ; . j.,.ih . ii,. 1 : . . I iicb , iicbiu iu .110 iimiwuni unuaiu bjtb1 tern ; a currency as good as gold and silver, and based upon thernwand issued under constitutional authority ; the - ut most liberty to the private citizen con sistent with the public safety? no cor rupting laws; lhe removal of embar rassing restrictions from trade ; tariff for revenue only witlMhe ultimate view of free trade with all the world;- tbe most for the man, tbe least for 7 the Govern ment; the uplifting, the exalting of the individual ; the limiting, the restricting of governmental power. These were battle sxes of the Democratic party from 1798 ; they are hallowed by tbe reveren tial lips which uttered them ; they were incorporated in the administration of the Federal Government by the Democratic party for nearly a century. Tbey were launched, in the -thunder of the civil strife, and stifled in its smoke ; they were Included In tbe despotism of the recon struction era. , Let them be revived in 1880" Let them be shouted on every hill side and valley in the land until, in tbe trumpet tones of triumph, they are declared in November next to be as of jour tbe sentiments of the American people. With such organization, with snch watchwords, sod with the banner of our glorious party in the bands of the men who stand in the front rank with the ablest of lawyers, the purest statesmen, the truest of patriots, and the trustiest of Democrats, Allen G Thurman, tbe result cannot be doubted. It will be a decisive victory for free gov ernment and the Democratic party. ; THE COUKITTEES. The Districts ' were oalled and tbe Committees announced. Tbe Delegates and . Alternates to . tbe Cincinnati Convention were then an notinccd. - . - ' AFTERNOON E9P10N. ' It wss thirH-five minutes a tor two o'cl ck when General Meilly. of Allen, arose and stated that the T. moarv President had not yt arrived, and that the Convention ought to proceed with its buMness. He moved that Dr. Nor ton, of Seneca, set as temporary cl.aii? man, wnien was carried Dr Norton came forward andihanked the Conven tion. The house was full to its utmost capneity ; . . The chair announced as the firsvbusi ness of the afternoon sesMon '.he reiort from the Committee on Permanent Or gan'zation RuKa and Order of Bnsines-. Hon. L A Brnnner, from that com rai'tee, tuhmitt d the following report : For President. Hon. GeorgeL Con vps,j. of .Franklin. . Vice Presidenis, One from each Dis trict Secretary William J. Gleason, of Cu- yahegs. ; : A88is-ant Secretaries C N. Allen, o' Belmont; S M. McMillan, of Washing ton; E. S. Dodd, of Lucas; J. K. New comer, of Champaign ; R. J. Cotfey, ol tiamiuon. The rules of the Ohio House of Rep resentatives shall govern this Conven tion, so far as applicable. The Convention shall at once procped to elect four delegates at Large and four alternates to tbf Cincinnati Convention, who shall he elected by a call of the counties, a maj-rity of all the votes to be necessary to elec ' AH resolutions offered in the Conven tion shall be referred to the Committee on Resolution, without debate. Hon. George L Converse appeared on the stage, and after thanking the Con vention for the favor conferred, proceed ed to speak of (he three principal candi dates of the Republican party Grant, Sheitnan and Blaine, Of nil threo he said they proposed to enter the White House bv some other way than enter the door. The first had the nerve to train guns on the White Honse In 1876. '' He will have the nerve to do it again. Of the second, Mr. Sherman, he said mdnev bags would be at bis control' ' Mr. Con verse aaid a recent report of Senator Da vis abowed that leaves missing, erasures and alterations' .in the books of the Treasury involved ahoat two huudred millions or dollars Of Mr. Blaine, Mr Cosverse said be would try to reach the White House by waving the Moody Sbitt. : i t ; -i ' , ' . Mr.' Converse then reviewed omo of the history of the Republican party, the worst phases of it, in his judgment. He admitted it bad some good phases, and he wondered bow it succeeded in carrying the worst phases. He spoke in his usual stirring vein, eliciting frequent applause. While the Convention was waiting for committees to report, Hon. Joqn Mc Sweeney,' Gen. Geo. W. Morgan, Gen Durbin Ward and others were called out to make speeches. " ' ' r 1 Ti e Committee on resolutions submit ted the following report : ; Resolved, That tbe Democratic party of Ohio recognize the long service, the greet ability and the steadfast advocacy of constitutional liberty which .marked tbe career of Allen G. Thurmanfand confiding la his rectitude and fitness tor the Chief Executive of the Republio cor dislly instruct the delegates at lage this day appointed, and request the delegates chosen bv the several districts of tbe State, to present to tbe National Demo- noma vf kla trinA statesmen as our candidate for President of tbe United States, and to use all hon orable means to secure his nomination. ' Retolved, That in order that Ohio may have the toll influence and powerln the National Democratic . Convention to which her position entitles her, we here by instruct the Ohio delegation to" that Convention to cast tbe vole of tbe State as a unit, v .. , - i - Jiesolced, That we recommend, tbe Democratic National . Convention to adopt the two-thirds rule in the nomina tion of candidates. : . J . Tbe following were elected delegates at largo to the Cincinnati Convention i J. H. Wade, of Cleveland ; J. 6. Stead man, of Toledo; John McSweeney, ol Wooster i Durbin . Ward, Lebanon ; A. V. Rice, Ottawa; T. E. Powell, Dela ware; Charles Hilb, of Hamilton, and A. R. Vancleaf, of Pickaway,wereo losen alternates, and the convention adjourned. The Apaches on the War Path. Denver, May 4. A dispatch just re ceived from SaDta Fe.N. Mn states that a band of Apaches under Victoria at tacked a body ot sheep herders in Ma gellan mountains last week, and killed thirteen of them,, among whom was the bead herder. Tbey drove off and scat tered 100,000 bead of sheep belonging to Felix Chares, (one. of ,ihe richest sheep owners in New Mtxx.o, Other advices says that about tbe same time several ranches were attacked, and an American named Wilcox killed, and two other American miners named Coo. ney and Chick supposed . to he killed The settlers are huddled together, in a ranche and are besieged by the Indians. Great anxiety is felt for them, : and re lief parties are starting out. ; , Chance to Enter the Navy ; ' An opportunity will be afforded in September next for twenty-five boys to win honor and distinction in tbe naval service of the , United , States, besides securing tbe best collegiate education that the Government can provide, In the specialty engineering. . A competi tive examination will then be held at Annapolis, Md., to which boys between the age of 16 to 20 years will be admit ted, Tbe studies to be examined in are arithmetic, algebra, philosophy, geome try, grammar and geography. The salary is 500 for each of tbe four years at the Academy, and after graduation U is over, $1,000 per year, with tbe rank and privileges of cadet midsbipmen. Permits are given to any boy to present himself for .examination without regard to Congressional dis tricts. Nothing but talent and good training cart insure the appointment of a cadet engineer. The Engineer Corps is by law authorized to be recruited from tbe class of Cadet Engineers, . and all vacancies in the grade of assistant engineer are supplied from this source, S9A number of years ago Jacob Baughman was murdered In Zanesville, Ohio. Oa tbe night of the murder, man living in tbe neighborhood dream ed that be ssw Baughman surrounded at his own fireside by three men, beard their conversation, and saw them strike the fatal blow, v He recognized every face, and when Baughman fell dead the dreamer awoke, in a cold sweat. The next day ' a. neighbor asked bim if he has heard of the murder.' "What mur der?" 01d Jacob Baughman has been killed." "Hold on, stop right there, said he," until I tell my dream." Then be told bis dream, omitting tbe names of the men he saw in it. The details corresponded with those known of the murder. Tbe dreamer would not tel the names of the men bo saw, although a lawyer frequently importuned htm to do so. A few days ago be was asked again. It was on the day that the al leged assassins of the old msn were ar rested. "Tbey are on tbe right track," he answered but would say 110 mote. Ametica'bas now nesrly one I tin d red varieties of ustfve grapes under culti v tion, and more than elht hundred varieties of pears . The gold fever i spreading in Geor gia, especially in White Countv, where ore is found in niiggfts. One weigh ine 100 pennyweights has been obtained ' SPRING OB STJ-MME-R MILLINER? GOODS. I have Inst recoived a nloo stookfnf nats, Bonnets, Collars, Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles onnueoted with a Millinery Establishment. Call and examine my stock ADKLA COOPER. mayi'80T. CLARINGTON SCHOOL. This School Will bn Open for Ihe Reception ol Mudents Itionda), July 19. 1SSO, and Will Continue In Session Ten Weeks. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES. 1. We design making a permanent schrol for tbe edneation of both males and females. 2. The Course of .Instruction, embracing Primary, Common and Higher Braooies, will be ample and thorough. S. There will be a oonrse of Lectures em bracing the following snbjeott: Teaohing, Laws of Climate, Atmoepherlo and Ooeanle Movement, Civil government, and other sclenttflo subjeots. 4. The Instructors have had a large and verr successful experience in teaobing, and shall spare no efforts to make this school the best institution of learning In this part of the Stite, LOCATION AND BOARDING. Clarington is pleasantly boated on the Ohio Rivr, and the society good. Good ao nommodatioos can be bad in private fami lies at $2 60 per week. Arrangements can be made for olab boarding Students at tending this school will And their stay with ns pleasant and profitable. . ; TUITION. Primary 'Branches $3 OO common . n o oo Higher . 6 00 Tuition in advance, and no dednt-tions will be made for absenoe or withdrawal except In eases of protracted lllnesr. For further la formation call on or address the Princtpals, . , W.T BOTTBNrlKLD - " Clarington, Monroe Co, Ohio, ' or W. P. WIRB, Cameron, Monroe Co., Oblo. may 4 '80111 Fortlry the System &na yon are armed against disease. The finest tonic for this purpose Is Hostetter's stomaon Sitters, whioh renders digestion easy and complete, counteracts biliousness, and keep the towels in order, and so genial ana oeneaoen. are its eneots. that not onlv is the body invigorated and regulated by its use. but despondanoy banished from the mind. For sals by all Druggists and Dealers sen rUy- am5.'79t. . indorsed by . PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE CaEATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. TUTTS' PILLS Dr. Ttrrr haa me. oeeded In combining ia these pills Ura hereto fore antagonistic qnali tiesof aSTBansTBiMO,' PuasATira, and a Po riftino Tohio. CURE SICK HEADACHE. XUTT'S PILLS . CURE DYSPEPSIA. TUTT'S PILLS CURE CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S PILLS " CUBE PILES. Their first aDDarent effect isto incrutM tbe appetite by causing Uie food to properly as similate. Thae thesjr. temia tioorHhcd, isA by their tonic actio on the digestive' organ., regular end healthy a. . acoaUona are pro deed. . The rapMIty with which PERSONS TAKE ON FLESH while under the inoacnce of these TUTT'S PILLS CURE FEVER AND AGUE. TUTT'S PILLS CURE BILIOUS COLIC pins, radicates their e daptabffity to nourish toe roar, nence ueir aJBcacy lo eorinf ner rone oehUltT. melan- . TUTT'S PILLS chory, dyapepMa, wast. Cars KIDNEY Ccoiplalat mc oue nraacMaiae. giahnew of tbe Urcr, chronie eonstlpation, and insMrthigbMlthA trengui to the system. Sold everywhere, i Price S5 cents. OIHaa TUTT'S PILLS CUBE TORPID LIVER. TUTT'S PILLS S3 lrrarray BrreeSj IMPART APPETITE. octilTDT. , . nin sun nrinnir ULU HflU flLLIADLfli Da. Sanforo's Livkr Intigobatob is a Standard Family Remedy for diaeasesof the Liver, Stomach '7rJ ana uoweis. it is rarely Vegetable. It never DebilitatesIt is Cathartic and Tonic TRY IT T : -. xuviporaior 1 has been nsedS an my practice and br the nnrilin 5 1 bul a rtr. iV unprecedented resnlts. SEND FOR CIBCULio I S. T. W. SABFORD, M.D., TtlSFcSi 0 ' IVTS.muKTWIUTmvor iTai'njririn. 1 tf fef CELEBRATED " I A ' at " ) IPfc . STOMACH . ' POLLS aftTIVa H II AM a w a fa ri i's si "a.itt . i-.aw. ii'te. 4OHl??4eJ ? VaHt?3HHS;' rat u 1 irr it 7 7 o Til Jol We wish to inform the many Cmi I TT W"TT aVs i-3 f fj lf I, llWnBl M Caps. Boots, Shoes, &c. year round, but are happy FULL STOCK, XX" a l-,o!fa ttrifVi nal?rr If j J 1 Ls i. llJ lU&W ' ' V l V -. " make a profit on every article and Notions. We have some meres, Winaow uunain i.viuw;iiai, tuiumaucs, vyiuuuiu iui Dress Goods 8, Boys' Suits, $3, $3 50, $4 50; ai.z i araH4-ra.M.- wm excels all of former years. Our riain unu IjILUB JJUIIUUs iu uiatii u,uia vyuiui., jjwuiio viumo, juwo uciuiua o, x vjjuua, vaauiucrea,,XU, ut casual pria'U. rTT aWmnniT flTI TTTTTTtTlTl II flfin TITTiTtl TT Hnnnfln nTTTI tTA TTflW ria Prices to'cover this whole paper, but this will sumce. ;ISowm order to be convinced SH.O aJlAllia Vaa-K VJ , J . O X "'"-"J -J w jwv wmvj j fi wav .vv sy UHH(iJUW . Few business mottoes we have observed in the past, which the" trade have appreciated: . All customers treated alike? Quick sales and small profits; No Jewing or wrangling over prices; A child will get goods as low as the older, experi enced buvers: No toadyism in our store. -:r, - ; : ,v, '. . fnro n.r,A oo ns p.vp.rvhodv. uuiu uuu to merit a continuance ot a liberal snare ot the trade, by attending1 properly to our own business. spectfully youre, STOVES AND TIN WARE. MRS, 0, 0. ALEXANDER, SBAIBB IS The Celebrated . Arlington Ann other COOK STOVES. Keeps on hand . Heating Stoves, .' ABl allktaasst . Tin, Copper aid Sheet Ira Warp, Agent for Garry Iron Hoofing. Stumtina knd Revairin done on tkort Everything at Wheeling Prices. or ' .... Ajess . ; . ... . West sldo of Main street, 2 doors North . . 8riair offioo. , , i WOODSFIELD, OHIO, septl6,73r of BARGAINS THIS WEEK J. S. BUiodes &. Co's ' ' -; - ' . , .... Double. Dry Goods Store. 1152 & 1154 Main Street,wTieellng. AX 125 and $150 per yard, that have never been equalled for the price. , SO Pieces FINE DOUBLE WIDTH ALL Wosl Brk Caumere at the low prioe of 3: J eenU a yard. 50 PIRCES. Window Uir tain Groocls, tandsome, as low as 15 cents a yard. , Largo Stock of Black Silk and Caalimere Dolmans and L,lgul Spring Jackets, in the New Shades. Large stock of '' " ' 1 , PARIS BROCADES and STRIPED TBIMMING SILKS in all the new colors. IMoinic; ClotKs- SHOODIE CLOTHS & CASHMERES i in new colors. readers of The SpIrit that we are srnnlc nf Drv HoihIs. "Rnvs and w w- -J "J j ... "(51 VI KWIV UUU UU VU yilO, . U tt We are not in the habit of making a big blow twice a yoar, as we keep our stock fall ther to inform the public that the FRESH STYLES, nnn Tlrnxrn Mnslin nnrl mftl'P it. . w - through the stock. We invite specialities in double width Colored Alpacas, Cotton Dress Goods, Black and Colored Cash-' 10, 12121 a stunner at $5 upto $10, a-cirftmr nnn rtinva in nwi in . rir nQ HOSIERY STOCK will speak for itself, variety endless. Beint? verv thankful that otir - o -j : : New Grocery! E. DEIVOOIV & soisr. If yon want to see a lirstelass Orocery, In ever respect, yon will have to give E. DEN00N & SONS An opportunitv of showing ' yon what they have. They keep the Largest, Nicest and Best Stock of Goods In town, and that is not the only important part they sell goods at price that yon cannot get them for the tame money elsewhere. Oo and see them, next door to the Star Hotel. , The best ao eonmodations furnished boarders' and trav elers at this Hotel. : aprlS.'SOr. Ohio Farmers Fire Insurance Com, LEROT, OHIO, ; r Insarea noUilng hat Farm property. Kates ower than those ot any other Company doing basinets to this county. . , Assets, $900,000 All Losae promptly paid. JOUIIJEFFERS. : . v v . ;i . ; :Boallsvilla, Ohto, BovlStTB. Agent for Monro Coanty. Assignee's Sale , of Real Estate, T)T virtue of aa order of sale Issued by the I). Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio-, I will offer for sale, free of dower, on the prem Ues, at Alexander's saw mill, In Adams town. ship, in said oonntv, on- Saturday the ISthtfay of May, 1880, the following described real estate sitwato in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: .. , .,.. The southwest quarter J of the sowth west quarter of section thlrtr two, township four and range four, containing forty sores more or less. Appraised at $380. Also, the southeast quarter of the south east quarter of section two, township Ore, range five, containing forty aorB more or less. Appraised at $450. , Also, so muoh of tho northeast quarter of tho northeast quarter of section one township five,- racgo nvs, as lies north and east of tho following lino: Beginning on the range lino on the eait side of sa d lot where the last described line ends; then anorthweeu erly ocurse to a marked white oak between the fence and tho road on tho top of the hill; thenoe nearly a north course to a stone on tho north boundary lino of said lot, on tho top of the hill, supposed to oontaln six teen acres. Appraised at $160. ' Tho above described land will bo sold all together, or in separata tracts. : ' Tbbms or Sals. One-half cash in hand and one-half in one year, deferred payment t'o bear Interest from day of sale and bo se cured by mortgage on the premises sold. JOHN K&YSBft, Assignee of Joshua J. Alexander. aprl3,'$Ot5. . , , raioos& Dbigos, Att'ys. . REDEMPTION NOTICK , Ancrrop's Officb, Mobbob ''oustt, ' . Woodshem), Ohio, April i 1880. ) To Christian Cehrt, or whom it mar concern: Notioe is hereby given, thai PMlip "King has deposited in the County Treasury, a sum of moneysumcient to redeem as aores or lana in eertion 2, township 6, range 5 . 8aid land was sold for taxes by John Oatchell, Treasa. rer ot Monroe County, Ohio, January 21, 18-0. 8. A. ATKINSON, apr27,'80t3. Auditor Monroe Co., Ohios , . '' " ' now readv with our Men's "RmAv Madft Clfttriinfr stonlo an WtW Mntna 'Mof Doom has struclt us, and we are and tjie lowest Cm Prices! tin nn ntnov owwia Wo coll f " -vwmv CJ ' V .special comparison of prices iicu,imuDuj, au. ; . , all good value. Cottonades 121, .i irt a a nvm i w ct a--r"v m n . a-a SIXjiII-Gr GOOB3 j&JS IIliDW etTnrts in thft nast. havp. heo.n J X " " " " 4' BANKS. THE MONROE BANK. WOODSFIELD, OBJC Capital, - . - $5i).000. S.L.HooKKT,iVM. Wm.Bkarbkobk, F. iVea . W. C. Mookky, (Mthier. ... ' ; ....... , i" ' . ...: ,1- ;': PIBSCTelSJ . : . ,. i , 'f S. L. Moonxt,. , ; ; Wat Bxaapiioai Hinkt Mnxia, Jakks WATdos. David Okit, . M. HoirrlXB. Chkistiak Wxbxb. ' . v t - - ' I - Doet a General Banking Bunnetu Interest paid os Special Deposits Hake collections oa all points premptly. BAKKIRO fioUBB MO 9 A.M. ! 3 mohS.'TdT. ; ..'' HOTELS. rr NATIONAL HOUSE, B-Rr.T,ATJB, OZXZO. i : ' " . WILLIABI CO CORAII, Praprletar. FUST CLASS accommodations famished to gaests at this hoase. Bills reasonable. Convenient to tho depot of tho Bellaire and Southwestern. oot21.'79r. NATIOXAL OOTEL, j.lAlN STSJBEX, ' B A R NKSVILLE, OHIO. R. E. Fraater, 1 1 1 1 : Proprietor. Thii is t Bet Botel in JfomentZfcl ie f UBSTS will find tho best aooommodatioB VJ at this Hotel, and no pains wOl be spared to make them comfortable. Hack leave tho Hotel overy morning for Wobdsfleld. Carriages and drivers famished travelers f at aU times. v Inly 1,1873 v SAUDIS SCHOOL. BCHOOLCRAFT & TVATSOX,Teachers. ''---j r ' .-mmamasai ,;- e- : '-.! 0 THIS SCHOOL wUl commence May .17, 1880, and continae In session ten weeks. No effort will be spared to make tan school B'sucoess. . '. " Primary Branches, $3 00 Common .; M , .,v . S OO Higher . .. . ., 6 00 Tultioa payable la advaBoe. No money re funded except in cases of protracted sicknts. Good aooommodstioas can be had la the town at reasonable rates." For farther par. ticnlars address :.'.. -: ; ... J. A. WAT30N, or . . f 8. SCHOOLCRAFT, i moh9,'&0td. .. . - Tesohers. to per day at home. Bamples worth $5 free. Address Stiksob A Co., Portland, mm. - deoagi. .'..-"4 ii--. ready with a ' wt i oil olil-a twt on v,'nV ''LA -iA W Ma MUVft. llVUf UUU oh .lX-Z'::'lT-'X"'2Zl - ; :.; c .... ,1 15, 18, 20, 22c, Have the wm amv a a av A - K We could enumerate Goods, and5 . '. - ; kti trpll nnnrpomfpfl -wa rtArw- " ' ''':T!AT.TaTrTTr-B'-"f:jl : NORMAL. SCHOOL The 6th Session nf this SrJi'n'of nnprr . hut IV ana noses Nfnipni. - ber 24, 1889, - O ' We take plea rare in offering to the Tatrea king Publio enperior miriUg vr , an other 8chool in Easter Ohio aatoag whioh are a corps of efSoieat lnetrueti,-writtm Examination, iroed snd cheap Bbardinir. a morat anu aooiai iximmtinjiy, a nrrt-olaM tdt - r . i & , erary Bocity. a thorooga- eearae of Ceetoteo and. at the Close of the Seaaioa. the ' i COCHtT TKACHKHS BZAXTRATIOX, , '.' " T1XT BOOKS'.' r' ' lJ r.. Orthography ... k . Wright and ethersi Penmanship ............ .BcboUo Bystomt . geography. . . . . ..Taught by topies.. Physical Qoographv .'.... .....Corflen. Orammat.. ...... i ..... i .'. . ..; . . .Earvor- Ai.o a practical Grammar Clasa for tho -ipe-eial ben.lt of Teaohev; ' : i ' uompoajuoa .......... j .... Pwiitoa, AnalytU ........... ....... . . , Qreeaov Reading ............ Appleton and McOuff-y- ArithmeUeaad Algebra . ay. Gonotry, Trlgoaomotry. &fX .ri.DvUs. Philosophy Qoaekoabos. Metric System and B.. Bonds wiU roeolvo special Attention.-- a .t . D, a History .....by topics. Rnetorle . ... . , ... .-. . . . . . . . uHarU. Logic .Schnylcr. Utin . . Harkacss. Anatomy Physiology, Hygiene,;..;;. Cotter. ClvliaoTcrnnaant U.rtla fJ"Also a Class will ho formed la book asapiia, , ... i-i-a'T'i 'i Theory and Practice of Teaching, Civil Gov. crnment, Astroaomleal and Physical Oecfv raphy, .........Pao. D. ktoYir. Theory-and Practice of Teachings . Parlla-. mentary Law, Bhetorio, U. 8. History, and Pfychology: . .' ; .Kbt. L. B. KFO, Dldaotlcs, Historical Oeogrsphy and r chock wcrernment.. .gar. O. McDONALD. ' , BOAlDIItQ. ';-'z':t h'- flood boarding can bo obtained at frcaa $3,00 to 2,6e per week. Roams for salt-" boarding can be obtained at low rates. ' Higher Branches i . . .$T SO HnrnmAn Ttrannfia ' a A a. aavanoc, lo mono reiunaea xoepi in naaea or protracted lit. neis. for further partlonlars, call on, or ad diess, ; D. UcVET, Principal, . ' . . Peallstille, Monroe County, Ohlow"" : ch23,'80td., .,, REDEMPTION NOTICE. . . - ' AbdWob's Owe-, Mowrat Ccvan, ' - ' WooMriaio, Obto, April 2T, 1880.- f To Matthew Moore, cr vftcm it nuty toneem: - Notice Is hereby given, that Isaao Hogao bas deposited In the Ccanty Trcacary a sana of money soffleient to redeem 71 acreaof laad la sections 21, and ?2, township C, rang T Said land wu sold for taxes by John Oatehell, Treasurer of Monroe County, Ohio. Jennet 21.1880. 8. A. ATKINSON, apr27.'0t3. Auditor Monroe Ca-OMo. ROAD fiOTICR NOTICI Is hereby gtveB thM a petition, will be presented to tho Commissioner of Monroe ooantv.Owto, at their Jone sets tan. praying for aa alteration of a eownty road la Malaga township, commencing at a gam tree about seventv fiver vaids south of tha cooatr line; theaeo Vhrongh the land of Stmpeoar Henderson to the left of the present and crossing at the foot of the UiU to- the right of the road, and intersecting with the same road at a pair ot bars opposite said Henderson's ; dwelling house. - may4,'8Cw& MANY PKTITION8RS. ST21 day at home easikf made. Costly Outfit free.; Address Tws & Co, Augusta, Maine ' dec2;Tf.