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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
n. JR. WEST, It' ijocal Cditor. 0fM WHOLESALE AN D RETAIL DSALKB3 i-lH-l .'in : GSB-in-PlI? PAINTS, OILS & VARNISHES. x . , ... a i ' a ' .-; Physicians will And oar stock ce vplete and freak. All orders by mail attended to rearptly.i ;S . ;-; .-,?'TSTSiq Corner Belmont Jb 2Zd StiL, BcUaire, 0 aov4,'78r. - Q Li Reir AdTcrtlatmeBii. xX , Will ted, J)akiix8 4 PotUTT. For Sale or Rent, M. Rha wipp'oirrlrkefaw) w'!..;i & Bowgr, Announcement, A Okbt. Physician, ' Pev. M. Cotkrt. . aj i ' . Q)mrooii,PleM, Court:, adjourned, last ' . Common Pleas Court, begins in Bel triont coonty to-day, the 11th fast. " . f i t..t:A- ICiL loe iaa bf en pbanped to . lue ZZl.tnst. Auditoi CbrrLAKw and wife, of St. ' Mr , (ok6h' Cabpixtes suthorfzea via to t withdraw Lis asnoancement for MUtonsbut will hold a Sunday School Convention Wednesday, and Tiiitiif of this week:' ,;r) V ;;j It is sala tUat a; yeuow dog aiwaj a losea bia aanae oi a men alter saaoown Can any of ar readers tell o why i " Miss Hattii .IhEHi,' bur "actsompliah d vocal and instrumental music teacher cprroence second, term , of diubIq 'inis wee, .- ;: Miss iJ(Aa j Jcdkims who has been . peodlnx i bo winter at her Brother a, Mr. J . T. Jcdkins, returned to Barnes- VtHe last-wef k.r t - A young man, oufphebd by name, we believe, had his collar" hone broken on the Oh Inst, hy jumping from a truck on ine o, s o .. .W.(F, tOKET, Esq, is the champion fflsuermsn. - he 'sent home' from 'Ana trone's Mill the largest bass '4 hat has een caught this season. ; Auditor Cot r ukd, of Belmont coun ty and Audlicr Atz'M9, of Ihia coon y, appraised t'-3 & S w. Railroad, for taxation last jsrtk. ; Carl Jcdkivs- mi Wiluc Hall, yminst boys, were nSweraJwy Jiucned m their hands and faces, bv an ezDlo. iou of gunpowder, nne day last ' week E')zd tools and'i)owdec' are uit good playthings for boys.; - J Or. AaniTRfisa and his son Eooar went to Mt: Union last week Where Ed. 1e wilt enter'Coltege' until fall, when he will then enter the Meadvllle, Pa. .Collee;,Tlie Alma Mater of bis Father. JL -party of young ladies apent the af ternoon of one day last r week orer on Cedars went wetvon the 4 o'cock train and returned on live evening train. They tok their sapper with Uieur- and bad a grand lime generally. : ' ' lTTMif AKSiB 7f commenced Select Scho l a the Uin School buil iins; yesterday, 10ih inst. . The sesiion will -continue two months ! WW.T0P ; JTCall at Tbk SeiRrt otBce. . for. Job printing from a visiting card up to i full wheet poster Letter heads, business card, fit envelopes,, 'Statement- and bil tei-A-t gfi;m?f U s 1 i i'Jv. X3Tldie, we desire to call your ol tention to the new advertiseuieut ot Miss Ad-a Ccoprjc. who ia now prepar d 16 'dd ti fl.i;.er work In irsi datl style. Call and aee the (tie w stock i of goods whtf h' iKtisa fu'atr' reeeVed "before von ptfrShaie felsewhWei . ' . i i ins i ' f -mi' WAV1 at ha WnnffsttAlil if .. Nairscryv has" a supply ,6f nlce' Cabbage, Tomato and Sweet Potato Plants; 'All kinds of vegetables furnished on short notice. , Bonnet and Flowers always on bands. Pot Flowers of ail kinds. Or- dera by mail will receive' prompt atten tion. ( '' i S Vl'-' .'" "J." 'Zy t : AfSrTaoHAt H ackel, TntoTBi Kunrf ah Johb tl. HssTSioBir, were indicted for BttrirlMy aiaid Larceny, fey Special Gtand" Jary bo the Tth inst. The pat- . ties are charged wiln entering ine amoice no use oi ajus ia., iu uic iuwU- khin. hear Clarinizton on the night of May Isjl 1880, aiwf carrying f away two liamslwd shoulders and two sides" of .4'Ji .' 'I ' . '. I I 1 " 1 '. ' ' X3Xa6 3 m Ait- arrangement now ia aUu jkM H RaRalras -nnrt fulth weateni i Is the1 best tb-it has yet been foe Woods- flftl.i'mhfrhffl'iea albsi the roata. Under It'the'iriaiT from All points for offices foni thelineileavesBellaire each morn fog and. received 4 befpre l o'clock long tiis eniire, lias Md allsU from Woodsfield is sent ootuver tije line by thretra traitf io -4i: afteraooa. We hnne the Post Office Department will continue the present arrangement fyWs iinderstajod that . an effort, is oeiorf maie b parties In vWoodsfietd to tve lhe.lrreent tlm forth arrital sad ' f -I i i.- ' '!v ' neparuirf ot, uaips on u , . m .,.. v :rjaB3;3Rtt'tUff mail fraiioi wUi teste Wpodsaeld i 11,43 oiorn'ng n arrive at Be1latrlat4l't30 A. M.j leaying for kno w ' the- treasons for desiring this changed? $m, jind mast confess that it now looitsioius aaiboagh Woodsfield's hipll ntereSts did 'not require if. By the fjfW&i if rhpiehj Vjboj ,people: ,along the line of the Southwestern are Able, to Qia thai mail in the erJornirKT geU tirt thWheettrif oaBeTS at U' o ciocs rt a mnrriinV Of fKlbHcattOn,' and the jini nnati uaoera aw iu oauio , v"r stead cfbjiviBtiJ.wait until 1 or 8 in th venin.' and so with all other mails that bq out the road. It certainly looks ihmmh WftrtHaflpld has the best of the bargain now. fkUmire Bulled. U ; We know bf no tie her who desires ! ' tjru..:'; 'i 'J a change. ' BUSIN.ES NOTICES. -Wanted at the Stafford Woolen Factory, Wool in exchange for Jeans, Flannels and Yarns. Carding and Spinning IS cents per pound. Roll Carding 7 cants per pound. nl3t4,. A DANIELS & FOLLITT. '.-A ;i mm a i , 4 i Fall tins of Greensboro,- Pa , Stoneware at Schumacher'. -The largest assortment of Market Bas kets in the County, can be fonnd at Schuma cher. - to PorR & Castlk's fox your frwsh Groceries. ea. vbey are Selling at bottom figure for'eash! HfFresh arrival of Spring Millinery roods at Mrs N. J. Clakk's. Call and examine stock thtsWeekrl!,:ifc',iiv':'1 : : ; NEW 8TOVF8.-MR8. Oi O. ALEX- ANDER, lute just reo-ived a lot of the 'best Stoves in this market , ' Call and see them. ' ZWPciM & CAflTt.il have a full line of Gro ceries. Cigars, Tobaccos, 8ohnol Books.Btntion eryj Pencils, Pens, at tbeir Drug Store in When you come to town to buy Grace ries don't forget that ScncMACUKit. opposite the Bank, keeps a full Hut of first olass goods at lowest cash prices. f-Schumaoher keeps' Pocket and Table Cutlery, Shovels, Spades, Forks, Roes, Axes Nail. Flaw Points and a ' greut many other articles in the Hardware line. Give him a trial. ' : .'' . ' d7PoiB & Castlb have Whitewash Brush ei, Putty, Window' Giasa, Paint, Oils, 'Paint Brushes, Hair Brushes. Clothes Brushes, and are selling their Goods a cheap as they can bo bought in the county. ; - - . . tJrfoPB & Castlb have a full line of Drags, Chemicals, pure and fresh, which they are selling lew for wiah." ' Physicians' Prescrip tions carefully compounded. Orders x from oountry physicians carefully filled. ClTEAP)l.lJNCIl.Persona coming to town -who may, wish, a eheap lanoh should: oal at Brlsstierrii Cl"ir Baker-, where can bo found at all times a full supply of every thing' In the Way of a good lunch, such as Hot Coffee, Cheese, Balngrra, Eggs cooked in dffer ent styles. Bread, Ranks, Piea and Cakes &c wh'oh witt b served up hi good stylo , ai tea. aonable rates, v 'fi ' t'f ." :' lC ,n Tlie Third Lotiot m mm AND SUMNER illliiiery if l 1i.nl aiRS. GOODRICH'S Uilunkht Stohb, at Woodefield. eonsistina oi Aaies' and Unildren a list. Bonnets, JUacea, iMeolt Kuschiriira. Gloves. Ladies', and Chil dren' Hose, Flowers. Bibbons and Ladies' Fancy Goods Call and see her Gjoda iny4t3. X3TA murderous assaul. was made nKn II. R. M ASQK.MarBha' of this place, last FrldaeVetrinV by twb Voubff men named Boss Akpkrsoit and Fkamk HatbawaVs Mar&lial Mason bad arret- ted AsDB80 near the Barber shoo when Hatuawat hit the Marshal . In the back of the head with a atone - knocking him into the street and injuring him & veiely.'j The men both rah and made tlieir ecapr. ' Affidavits were filed be fore M a tor : Doh ertt by M r. Mas ok charging both with assault with intent to kill. Warrants were issued and placed in the baids of officers, and no expense will be spared to bavtf them arrested and punished as they deserve.' ?- .,; i Threatening tracers and citizens here is Dfcoininff tnlirely 1 too common, an fact so common )bati many peaceable citizens have decided to go armed and defend themselves wherever and when ever occasion may demand - This course tn thia or any other community, under ordinary circumstance-,, to to be depre cated.- Oar best dnzensTsvor the Coun cil taking immediate stea's for the prompt suppression' of lawlessness and disorder. - Fruit trees, Grape vines, Shrubbery of all kinds, Green House plants and Lan dredth's Garden Seeds for safe'by'-'Mrs. IL A. WAX at ,hs Woodsfleld Nursery . .. .... L. , ' jP"GcoKGE "Barker, an inmate of the penitentiary from this county, died on March '30th. 1 The Clerk Informed oa, while up there last week, that Georgs was taken, to the Hospital and died with in'ted minntes after be ar Hed there. ; ? Ed. Spirit, : Announce Arthcr Obit, of Center township, as a eandidato for County 8arvyor, subject to the decision of the Demo cratic Nominating Convention. .".iv' i.Vi ,.,:. MAjrtDRaiocBAia,M 7 A II who will aend us three new subicrihers and tl 80 cash, will receive Thk Spirit one year free. Who Strack Billy Patterson. : 1 ' lGinioairiIlav5(Os.f Bofortsftjl Many persons Lave heard the ques tion, "Who struck Billy-Patterson 1" without knowing the origin of it I propose to enlighten them,a little the subject William Patterson was a very wealthy tradesman or meichant of Balti more in the Siato of Maryland. In the early days of Franklin County be bought, up a great many , tracts 01 nnu in tuo county, and spent a good portion of his time ia looking after hia interests mere. He was said to be as strong as a bear; and as brave as a lion.'bat like all brave men he was a lover of peace, and, in deed, a good, pious man.; - Nevertheless his wrath could be excited to a fighting pitch. On one occasion he attended a Dublio cathenng In the, lower part 01 Franfeltn County, at'eome district court ground. Daring the day the two oppo sing bullies and their friends raised a row and- a. general tight waa the conse quence: At the beginning of the affray, ana before the oguttng Degas, Billy ra- terson ran into the crowd to persuade them not to fight, but to make peace and be friends. But his efforts for peace were wnavalliog, and while 'making them some of the crowd in the general melee struck Billy Patterson a severs blow from behind. Billy at once became fight Ing' mad. and cried out at the top of his voice, ''Who struck Billy Patterson ?? No one could or would tell him who was the guilty party. He then proposed to give any maa av. hundred .dollars who would tell him "Who struck Billy Pat tersou '' From J 100 he rose to 81,000; but not tl.000 would ioduce'ariy man to tell him "Who struck Billy Patterson." And years afterward. In bis will, he rela ted the above facta and bequeathed SI, 000 to be paid by bis executors to the man who would tall "Who struck Billy Patterson,! HU will ! recorded in the Ordinary's office at Carnesvilie, Fxanklin County Georgia, and any one curious about' the matter can there find it and verify the preceding statements.- "-" f 15 Ata Goods! (Written for The 8pirit of Democracy.! v. CAMERON ITEMS. " Ed. Spirit: Cameron is like some of the villages of S wi'i ?rland, environrd bv lulls, the waters of Sunflsh sweep past our village. Its crystal waters terming with Onnv inhabitants, and, unless Head lefund Bodgliner are" soon stopped, wit) shortly Itwxune d poi)uhiid Angling, w Ni them, has been reduced to science.! Meve. just after Headley.'a misfortune in inmhlinst over Maury's dain, captured 26 fine bass ; the old man has become timid, const qnently has lost his luck. ! 7hrf vitlsdu la HfoaHilu Imnrkiiin,.. .1.. ! finest ft .nrtnr mill tn tha r-...,ntrt. K.. tonsing to the Suppes Bri' and Mr Pal. mef.has lately lieeti erected in our vlhtge nr. w. H Uiose of Mich. superinUndei the construction ol It an able.and tffi cient millwright, he wilt shortly leave fur hi home in the penlnnular btate," with the satisfaction of knowing that he has nonstructed the boat roilljn the 'counA'. Hh has placed in it all the modern Im provoments peculiar to griBt mills: thne new run f burr, the boiling reels, one Lane and Chase's patent purifier, two wheat Cleaning machines.appajrstua which no other mill in the countty contains wnr miners turouguoui me country wouki no wen 10 gel nr. uiiase to "over hsul their mills as he is a super lor wurknian Orge.. eava they will lie ready for work by, ihe l&tfi of this month, so, come on with your grain,and the, work .done for you .will be satisfac tion. Mr Scase of Dmville, III , is in town visitinir hia wifea relatives. - Auditor Atkinson's wife is here visit ing relatives and friend. ' s A new blacksmith shop has been erected near the mw mill. ' Dave Mono- han, at the forge, a good workman Arch Barker sent a new platform spring wagon to ueaiisvme tuts week, it is said by Judges .to bc'a ; number one Job of irumiijr. 'Will Butter was married to MlssS. J Workman on Thnrsday we didn't gel any cake. John Stukey caught a couple or bass yesterday that weighed albs Hendley says he didn't do It fairly Ws . 0. a jonn got excueo over it so mncn so that it disturbed his slumbers; so. into dreamland John went; dreaming that he was on Maury's dam catching bass, and, in the excitement of thai dream, tumbled from the bed to He fl or ex claiming as he went, over Maury's dam alter Headly, and the water cold as -Mary Ann told him she thought that rather hot. John need not. deny thia; old Tom will swear to it. Prof. J. W. Ward U in the locust post business ; he has an order to fill for the Czar of Russia. vi; -A ; .4 a. 5 !, - -st i Jl suit at SunSah this week ; we didn't learn the ; nature of it,v our . Cameron lawyers cleaned the Sunflsh bovs out, Stev's speech repotted by, Headley was a rouser It did the wor'k.,; 1 :-" ' ';;:;;:'(;:; Richard' Hekut.1 -!':'y7:'. "' i i ' ' --r. Murder Will OutIt Wasn't Head ley but Wire Who Tumbled off Maury's Dam. Ep Spirit: Some weeks ago I noticed a communication in your paper (written by some aspirant for fame no doubt) purporting to be an account of our old friend Headley'a diving -off Maury's dam for tUb, and as your correspondent is taaiurllfi a JiJ.tle.skcpUcal, 1 thought to satisfy my own mind 1 would inter view Steve Boughner concerning the a'- fair, and succeeded in obtaining the fol lowing particulars 1 f ;" Question -Did you accompany Head- ley; to Maury's dam on. a fishing tour in the spring of 1880? Answer 1 did go to Maury's dam In company with Head ley and . Bill Wire sometime during the latter part of March, 1S80 .. O. Did Headley fall from the summit of the , dam as reported in Tub Spirit ? A. I was about one-third way out on aaid dam and heard a fearful splashing of water. ; Upon looking around saw some dark -object' just disappearing be neath the surface or the water. I wend ed my way cautiously toward the place where I - had' seep the object disappear, and ere I got. to the spot imagine my surprise to see Bill Wire emerge from the depths of some 12 or 15 feet ol. wa ter. . ' -5 --v- Q. Will you de? cribe Billy's appear ance at that critical m6ment?: A. Well, I'll be darned If.helldn'tJook woeful ; further than this I cannot do justice in giving description of his appearance ; but on questioning him as to his thoughts and feelings while under water, be said he seemingly lived an age,and all the tales be ever heard or read of ship wreck were as vivid to Ids mind as if it was actually transpiring before his natu ral' eye, and while on the bottom he felt some bard -substance strike him about midships which at once, In his over-ex cited brain, be imagined to be a shark, but now believes to have been, nothing but a shiner. Says he, "Steve, if you and- Headley will keep this 00 toe I wilf aet them up more than once, not that I care for getting wet, but if that blamed Hen. West gets bold of it in his paper I" will never hear the last of it." 1 might tell a great many more things that were said, and would not have told this much but thought it nothing more than right In order to place Headley in a propel1 light before the community, aa it is no small charge against our old friend to re port bis falling in the creek whilst an gling for bass in reality it ia question ing bis Murphy ism. . Just why that former report was writ ten to your paper I can't tell, unleaa it was at the instance of the party that waa Immersed' on that occasion, in order that' it might be passed off; as a joke .on Headley.; . : Health good. Crops, looking pn sper oua. . Thurmau. ,ou per cent anove par, Faib Plat. "Fair Play" certainly baa placed our friend Headlet iii a better light, and gotten a big bulge on Wire. Ed. Spib rr.' ;;- y'-.V ? - a7Here at last we mean the new car on the JBeiiaire ana. eoutnwcstern road and it's a beauty;, too. It is di vided off into compartments, one end being used for passenger travel and the other as a U. n. mail car. 1 be new coach is painted a light brown, add pre Bents a fine' appearance. We 'have but one fault to find with it, and that is that it is as high,, or nearly so, as . the old cars; but the road bed and trestle ap proaches, we understand, are now in much better condition than formerly. and we sincerely hope that no more ac cidents may occur -BeUairt Bulletin Mchols t Co's Bark and Iron, i the best ppiing Medicine; r ' 1 j ; v A man was recently hanged at Raab, Hungary, for the murder of two women. He was cut down and the doctors certi fied that he was dead: .An electro-gal. vanic current having been applied to the supposed corpse, however, the convict recovered,' and showed signs of life by attacking. the warders. Subsequently be was prostrated by congestion and be is now dead in good earnest - Those who hold that if capital punishment is to be maintained the guillotine is the surest and least painful : mode of inflicting death have another argument in their fa vor. - ,. -.'.-; iTVM.Ll: 180. New Stock of DOMESTICS OpehfnJ in attraotlva Stylos tnd Prices. , Al than gb. many gowls are advancing wo are en. abled to still sell Domestic at only alight advance. c; r t "' Prints, Muslins, Shirtings, Sheet ings, Jeans, Cottonades, tic. llA-tlUUIlG GOMES AMD HVsERT- Pnll stock suitable for the season at all tines HT eommenced to receive onr Spring Stock of CALF AND KIP BQOTS. Ladles' and Misses' Boots & Shoes; HlMO.ftllMRen MBit Children'. Come and luake your purchases early and save money, iTIO It HIM A A lt.TlHTKOXU. feb!7,'79 ; : Contingent Fund of Joint Sub- School liistrict. Sficrioji 3961. For a joint sub-district the .estimate required, by lection 3958 shall be made by the Board f E Iticatiot having coniiol of the cln ol thereof, and apportioned to tre several townships having territory therein in proportion to the enumeiation of youth in the territory helonging to each ; the board shall certify such cstlmn'e, an apportioned, 10 the county auditor, who shall add the por tion for rach township to the estimate for a contingent fund certified to him by its board of education, and place it on the tax list therewith for collection as part df the township estimate ; when the county .auditor apportions the school lunds be shall transfer to the township having control of the school, from the other townships, the amount so assessed and ' collected, and certify to the clerk and ' treasurer I of each township the amount due the joint sub-diatrict, inclu ding state tax. interest on the common school fund, contingent fund, and money received . from . other . sources which amount shall be paid to the treasurer of the board having control of the school ; and such board shall cause to be kept such accounts as will Bbow the funds re ceived from each township, and the dis position ihereot.and transmit to the other board or boards interested, at the end of the school year, a statement of such re ceipts ar.d expenditures. 75 v. 84, 35. A French Estimate tf Gladstone. ("Ignatue" in Paris Figaro.) His father, a Scotchman, was a corn merchant . and afterward a ship owner at Liverpool. The King knighted him. The sou has not inherited the title. He has preferred to remain one of t he people. It was the pride of M. Thlers.whom Mr. Gladstone in some respects resembles. . His first ' Budget speech was not only applauded by the usual "Hear, hear," but also by stamping of feet. When in office he is conservative and ia with the Catholics ; when In opposition he ia liberal and Is against the Catho lics. ' ' . He retired to his seat at Hawarden, which belongs to his sec ond son. Mr. Gladstone's son I vicar of the adjoining pariah. Mr. Gladstone leads the life of a gentleman farmer. He rises early and is very abstemious. He chiefly 'eats fish, because that diet stimulates the brain. He takes two glasses- of Bordeaux, ; because that wine is a tonic of the cervical matter. He takes one glass of port, because that is the orator'a wine Mr. Gladstone, it will be seen, is logidhl even in bis tnodut vi vtndi.- On Sundays be reads the lessons of .the Presbyterian rite at church. Peo ple go from five leagues round to hear his .fine, sonorous voice. Afterward be puts on his stout, wooden- o'ed, boots, with nails aa big as thobe on old church doors, takes an ax, and the ex-Prime Minister becomes a wood-cutter." ' ' Historical Puzzles. ; Not long since I was in a company of old time people, and among the guests I 68W: ::.:-,, . The queen who dissolved a pearl and drank it Cleopatra. , The queen who built a palace and its furniture all of ice Anne of Russia. . The queen who had three thousand dresses in her wardrobe Elizabeth of The king whose life was saved by' a spider's web Robert Bruce. . The king who became angry at the sea, and commanded it to be lashed Xerxea, ' v f ;? v; v 1 .xC The king whom a pleasant woman set to bake ber cakes, and then scolded be cause he let them burn Alrred the Great. : " The young prince who quieted a furi ous horse which no one else could man ageAlexander the Great . . , ' The Great man who lived in a tub Diogines. . . . The man who invented the multiplica tion table Pythagoras. The slave who became a world-renowned author jSsop. . Would you have known the names of these guests r Thousands of tons of Llmburger cheese are produced every eeason.mostly in the States of New York and Wiscon sin, at a cost of less than half that of the imported article. It finds its market and is consumed mostly by our German. American' population. It is more profit able to' the farmer and maker than any other kind of cheese, because from s given quantity -of milk more weight it obtained and better prices realized. -.. ' COMMERCIAL. Woodsfielil Produce Tlarket. ooaaaovaa wbiklv btp. scHPnc"a ja. Mohoat, May 10. 1880. Flour, per barrel ...N...6 00 Flour, pet hundred 3 00 Wheat, per bushel...;...k............ 1 00 Corn, Corn meal Barley,-; Beans, -3 Oats, Potatoes, it M......&055 i - oeet 40 60 ,1 25al 75 50 by load 5 5c, 70 .;.7.r..;.'.-... lft Batter, per pound.. Baeswax, 20 Beef,' .,:..; 8al2 Baoon. ,v' ' .....;...............610 Lard., " v.... 8al0 Calf skins, r,.,........-.. 10 Candles,.. - 12al5, Fish, 47 Feathers, v" V , 45 Rags, ..;............. 1U Sugar. " ................... ..10alS Tallow, :V '..8 Tea, ? " .BOal 00 Apples, dried........................... 2 00 Peaches, driedi. 10 Coffee, green, ............ 1. .........,..16a20 Coffee, browned, Arbuekles ....... ...25 Coal..:..i:.;....:....:...:.;........... 10 Eggs, per doien..M..u.... . ......... ' 6 Hay, perton... .............15 0018 00 Hides, green, per pound............' 5 Molasses, Orleans, per. gallon. ...... ..70 Sorghum molasses, by theharrel .35 Sorghum molasses, per gallon u 50 Syrup, per gallon.,.. ....................... 75 Salt, per barrel...... ......2 25 Soap, country. ........ ' 5 Wood, per cord;,.......... ........... 3 00 rvrTcr-TTrT" am Mia y r nn . Ml ' Ml KIT TE B E B & IBFFIEIII , We are now prepared to offer ever brought to this market, Men's and Boots oXCl Cashmeres in Blacks and Colors, FANCY . DRESS GOODS IN ALL COLORS, - j Iiess Tr'imming-Our assortment never was better. ' A comnlete asst'mnt of Notions; ' . - . . - ; A Full; Line L FULL LINE - IN POM3I1 STIOO, Our assortment is complete, , With ' but few exceptions prices as low as during the panic Gall and examine our stock before purchasing. apr27,'80, fVtinnoOeld stock market. May 10. Cattle 2a3o per pound; Sheep 3a4o per pound. Hogs 3a4c pei pound gross. - ' Ptaliadelphla. May 6 Flour 5 25a6 00. Wheat 1 25al 30; Corn 47a51c; Oats 42u4.53; Rye 85c : Ualtlmore. Mav 6- Flour 3 50a6 25; Wheal 1 Oatsd4a47c; 29al 32; Corn47a52c; Rye UOo. 1 ' ' cinciunati. May 6 Flour 4 90a5 25 ; Wheat 1 15, Corn 40c; Oats 35c; Rye 86c; Barley 93c. v ; ' :- .. . New Tnrk. ;. Mav 6. Flour 4 00a6 00; Wheat 1 25al 3l;Coin 51a53c;Otts42a50c; Rye 96c; Barley 45c. ' t. ' Cblcaco. . ... ;; - May 6. Flour 4 75a8 25 ; Wheat 1 Hal 17; Corn 31c; : Oau 30a31c; Rye 77c, Barley 80c . v ; ; Cincinnati. May 6 -Hogs Seady; common 3 253 .90; light 4 104 30; packing 4 Q04 35; butch ers' 354 45. ::r...::i ..y-' East Liberty. Pehn. May 6.- Hogs Yorkers 4 404 55 ; Philadel phia 4 654 75. : X :r tV . Sheep Market closed fair. "''-f Chicago May 6. -Hogs -Market weak; mixed packing 4 004 35; choice heav 3 404 .55 Cattle Market active and strong ; shipping 3 754 50. r- :-- v.v.Ir,Aa.Ivl- Covert,! Physician, and ; Surgeon, Autloeh. Honroe Co,01iio.' ' maylV80T. ; ')'" . i NOTICE. " . THE Infirmary Directors of Monroe County, Ohio, give notice to all the Trustees of Monroe County, that they will not pay aay more such bills as have been paid heretofore, far outside paupers, for the time has come when wo must stop It,' Only fair compensa tion will bo paid," for wo pay cash every month. ' . F. J WIBGEL, Clerk. ' mayll.'S'pwS. ' :" . ;:"''; '';'; ;; DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR; SALE OR , RENT! 0.1 WING to continued ill health, I offer for sale or rent, the following property, sit uated In Miiltown, 1 miles north of the trill laaeof Newport,. A two-story store building, 80x40 feet, tobacbo packing house, with capaoity for Z5 hhda., good dwelling house, barn, He., all In good repatr. I have on hard a flao stock of salable goods salted to the trade; which I will sell at a fair price to the party who will buy or rent the above property. - The best business stand within a radtns of 16 miles- ; ;-. - " V'V - . For terms and farther particulars apply to '? M. RKA, ' t Newport, Washington Co., Ohio. mayll,'80w4. - - to the public the largest and MA which comprises in part of : Boy's . clothing ; . -- ; 1 Wall Papers,, ! OIL CLOTHS, NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Eitait of Sebastian Bourrf, Dectaied THV 'undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Kxeoutriz of the will of So bastlan Bowry, laie of Monro county, deo'd. Dated this 1st day of May, A. D. 1880 . myll,'80w3.' ; . ELISABETH BOWRY. Honroe Normal School, Stafford, Ohio. TblR school will open July SO and close September 34, 1880. - - sMBBwasaaaa : advantages or thb school. Plan of Instruction Strictly ' Normal. A Literary Society and Debating Club organ lied by the pupils. A eonrso of practical Lectures on various snbjeots. Frequent ex. aminstions. Instruction ia Elocution by Prof J. A. Marshall, the prince of Eloontlonlau. Good boarding at very loie raiei. BRANCHES TAUGHT. Orthography, Geography, Grammar, U, 8 History, Civtl Government, Physiology and Arithmetio taught by topics; Algebra Bay; Geometry Daviesi , Latin Harkoess . A special olass la Grammar for the benefit of Teachers, ':i:v r:'i ' '; LECTURKS. ,. .. ... . Voire Culture, Anoient History, Words that wo use, Readings from Dickens, and Throe Groat Peoples of the Past,' Prof. J. A. Has. SHALL. '. '. ,' ' . v , Pedagogic, "Have an End la View," D, 8. History and School Goverament. Prof. Jobs Gbiihbaxk. , Parliamentary Law, Civil Government, Meteorology, School Ltwa of Ohio and Teach, ing. G.. W. HAHiLToa, Ph B, - " XXPENSES,' ' ' Good boarding aad rooms $1 60 to $3 00 per week, .. ,;V. . . .. '.Tuition .$6 50 j Tuition Invariably la advance. For par ; ticolars, app'y to - : G. W. uAKILTOn, Prinoipal, Leoompton, Monroe Co., Ohio. apr27,R0ma. :. : . t LEGAL NOTICE. JOHN RUFF, who resides in the State of West Virginia and whoso postoffice ad dress Is Wollsburgh, Brooke County West Virginia, Mary Tolbert and John Tolbert, her husband, who reside in the State of West Virginia and whoso postoffloe address is Short Creek Brooke County, West . Virginia, Ann Davis and S.muel Davis, her busband.whose poat office address la unknown, bnt who are supposed to resllo near the City of Wheeling, in ine oiaie 01 nesv V irginia, Six Knffwaoso postoffloe address is unknown, bat who Is snpposed to reside in the State of Indiana. George Buff Jr.. John Ruff, Jr., Isaoe Raff. who reside In the State of West Virginia and whose postoffloe address is Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia, will take notice, that on ue isi aay 01 April, i860, William T. Hard, as administrator of the estate of Ml. ehaol Raff; late of Monroe County, Ohio, de ceased, filed bis petition In the Probata Court of Monroe County Ohio, against them and the widow and other heirs of aald Mlohael Ruff, deceased, the object and prayer of said petition Is to obtain an order of said Court to sell the following described real estate situate in Monroe County. Ohio, being the real estate of whioh said Mlohael Raff died seised to wit; The aotheast quarter of the southwest quarter of seotton thlrtyfottr township three of range throe. - containing forty aorea, more or leaa, Said petition aska to have tho dower estate of the widow of said decedent assigned to her, and that sub ject to said dower, to sell, said premises to pay the debts of said decedent and coats ot administration. - Yon are required to answer said petition on or before the 28th day of Jane, 1880. ; s ;vv WM. T. HTJRD. Administrator of the estate of Michael Ruff, deceased: : . ; ; . pril27,'80t7 I By Hunter and Jtfallory, his Attorneys. mom DRV C.OODS, rtEADl-ItlADE We will open shortly IT) i. 1 INCLUDING A Also?,A full line of New .CARP FROM A II13MI TO OIL CLOTHS j. u Floors Tables Men's, Boy's & iMdren's clothing. THANmo(UR MANY FRIENDS FOR PAST FAVORS, WE l8K YOU TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR HEW AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF SPRING GOODS. . 234 Union Street, Seilalre, 1 ...... . ....... The Goods wo bought for tho BPBllf O and BI4 BOOMS ... .. . , ... .... . . . ... And It Is ear desire that all hero aad la this We certainly can offer some very v Bstraordinaiy Barcaino. That should bo seen to be approolatoo,' . ...v Hvn w u f vvsr Call at tho eash Pry Goods House of m aoh9,'80.' ' - Foimdry- and Haying purchased the Foundry and Machine Shops, formerly owned by tho Bsllalro Mann lecturing Company, and pnt the same in order, wo respectful I v solicit orders for anything La oar lino. JErUA OLABU AND HAH VFACTTJBIHIQ OOMPAHV. TTT. it YP Tl ST. Jf H- HiiiUX ii , dL ;;;;.:v; ; .:?c -y ftesh .Arrival This A full aad oomplots stosjt of Dry Goods, Notions; Fancy Goods, MEN'S AND BOY'S READY-MADE , t-' '- -", MILLINERY. My stook Is Fresh, Full and Complete In every depMtmenf. You wiU find full line of . nA.TSr Wvl00?"! '?. MlwtM Children. Also, a fiae assort ment of Ribbons, Corsets, Ladles Nook Wear, Mobalr and Human Hair 8witohea, etc., etc. I take pleasure iu annoanotng to the Publto that I have secured tho services of tho two, best Milliners In Amerloat Kiss Auiboa Bkivilt, and a lady from Baltimore, who bare full charge of tho Millinery Department, and whoso repnUtion is too well known to need fur th.er oomment, A cordial invitation Is extended to all to give mo a call at my Kew Fash ion emporium, Wo. 338 Bouth Union. Btredt, Opposite B. O. Depot, Bellalro, Ohio. P. 8 A fall stock of Men's and Boy'a Clothing. Hats, Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Goods. ; .;:.:..'.;, ;" ;.;.. ..-.- .-. - ' . aov4,'79. CLOTHfSG, tlATS, CAP!,, i 1 .-. , -'j -J ;x iy.t r an Entirely New Stock of fil -I FTTr.i amnif n ; 0 " w ; and Elegant Patterns of E IS', vv 1:1 1 ,,,1 -i BODY-BirtrsStel !: ..' j' v. . v.;. " v. j Tf,-ii a j . ':i"t. ,i iM," IN ALL SIZES, esj' it. n-u1.". ' 1 . " ' . " 'i".t-- 1 . Ohio. oot21,'7tr. j n - ' uamag READ 1. , 4 ...... ... BUUBIKII TJEt AD8 are boand to create a ...... .t .......... J vicinity may derive tho fall benefit therefrom. . :.... . r , ; ,, j,, I Your trade is worth a great deal to , aid we W piIH ; H M . .... i', w,, - 1. It. ROEMER, " ' 928 Unloa street, Bollalrm, Ohio. ' " Machine Shop, ' ..... , VM.V, , I JL N HJf UiiiVIjVLi , ' , Wcjk at H t --aaa-smajssaaaSi "W. . i '" ' aa .' -lift'.-.' N7n1rnfToQ 0 6 AaaCotaplatoBtockof ?::V.-. .;;V, : CLOTHING, which IamslIinKn.ttu. Mates vioais ana onawis. . , - MILLINERY.