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1UE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
: AVEtsTflt?,! R. w I a i TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1S2. "A union of heart, a uekm of hands A union of States none may sever; A anion of lakes, a union of land. Aud the Flag of odb Um ios Foiikvf.1i.' "Address all letter: "Th Spirit ot Dbmocract, rToodsfield, Monroe Countv, Ohio. Democratic County Ticket. Clark of Conrti. ASHEB. OKEY, Auditor, STEP HE If A. ATKINSON. Cotafi&iJ!oner, JONAfHAN LIEUELLSN. Infirmary Director. FREDERICK J. WEIGELv . AtfHoiiso Tift, an Ohio statesman of Ihe GEAKf school hft been appointed and confirmerl as Minister to Austria. s -Ufcu. - Tbx Sew Voik ilcrald very truthful ly 6ays i Jurors are terer against a tailroad company that manages its ttusi KM properly " The Apaches in Arizona are on the war-patb. Duiing the past week tbey killed thirty persons and destroyed prop erty Valued at $50,000 jfcoGB George M Grasscr, of New ark, Otiio, was run over by street cars in S. Lou s on the 24tfi ult , and died frcm his injuries on the 26. h nit. Hon. Johw McSwiiREir, of Wooster, has been rttained Viy Hon, CbarLKS H. Grosvenor. of Atbtns, to prosecute a party there for litel by newspaper publi cation. Thb Cincinnati Enquirer or the 18h ult., placed this heading over an edlto rial : "M. Ha: sti as a Liar." The gen. tlcman refened to is editor of the Com mercial. Teerb were 10,505 emigrants arrived in New York last week. For three weeks of April to the 21st, about 50,000 arriv ed against 41,575 for the same period last year. The widow and daughter of John BnowK, of Harper's Ferry fame, are liv ing in Saratoga, California, and are said to be in ueedy circuma'ances. Subscrip tions for their relief are boing asked for throughout the country. M embers of the Council who favor additional indebtedness in this town and increase) taxttioo, sboulr) not hesitate to authorize the notice published calling an election at an early-day, The people are ready to vote on the q les'ion. The persecution of the Jews in Rns sia has taken the form of destruction of property by plunder end fire, injury to persons, murderous sjsaiiHs and outra- get on moltiers, wives ana oauguters, and deliberate murder. $3 2$ in tsxes on each ffl(X7 owned In Woodsfteld la pretty steep, but the Lieu lax advocates are creosirj? h fcy adding 810.000 lo our preeent indebtedness. Call your elec tion, gentlemen, and let's have a vote. Axs the tax levies in WoodsSeld to be reduced this year n order that voters may be induced" fo favor the addi tional $10,000 pike indebtedness? If bo, the game is too transparent, gentle men. It will be discounted bofore you can realize upon the swindle. Shiploads of Chinese are on the wav to San Francisco. The Six Companies of that city have c )ntractaywith tha Pa cific Railroads for several thousand la boreie, and are determined to get them Jiere before a bill csn be passed forbid ding the emigration of Cidnese. . Mahone'b scheme to secure eight Re-pudiation-Republican Districts in the re districting of Virginia raited to pass hU Repudiation Legislature. Having failed to deliver tbe goods to the Author ad. ministration, it is expected that tbe of fice mill will not grind oat M ahose office-holders very rspidly in the future. Blaine was before tbe Chili-Peru in vestigating committee last week and made a lively witness. He denounced as false tbe report that he, during Gar Yibld's illness, blocked not a foreign policy of his own. Tbe Shiphebd story, retailed to the committee, Blaine de nounced as a lie from beginning to end, BJ far a it implicated bio. Tux Suitu" Sunday law is meeting with considerable opposition- in tbe larger cit ies. On Sunday, the i3l aft over 400 saloon and drinking plaoes rare kept open in Cincinnati. The police took the names of the proprietors and arrests fol owed bf tbe score. In Columbus, To. ledo, Day too, Cleveland and other ci'fe tb Uv was jtiy generally observed. Senator Pshdlctoh is the coming man, in the estimation of leading Dem ocraUj - ; in all parts of the codbiry. His views on political questions and the! Mocroo doetrineyare sound, and worth. ' m. Wwi61 11 wlQt U1P "j every uniiCu ui iue: Untied aiatfs. we pur,lieh them else-! where In this iesue of The Spikit. ' ' Tuekk are 00,000 British troctnt in Ireland, -and the London 7 imcs insists nem before the country. Mr. Penntc jrhat the' wndition of Ireland is wowe tott' u rncea are always e'ear. able,'. lion pvep nomro Km.lanrl InaH ho no. I tfiii.tani triari tla lo. ' ? . i eiciun game on (his side of the big wa ter about ihe year 1776, but failed to humble our people. We hope that co ercion in Ireland may meet the same rate. m ' 1 The secret telephone is the latest in- rention. In ah experiment in Washing ton conversation in a low tone at a dis tance of twefit vfive feet from the tran9-! muter was heard plainly two and one-1 . . .. half miles away. A IIC pioill ul ID Bay the company will be organised ih thirty days, and that it will be ready lo put up lines in sixty days. Hon C. H. Grosvekor, of Athens, would like a nomination to Congress. He don't like this District, because Dawes is sdppoSed to want a renomina tion ; and the Athens Ring, the member of winch are fighting C. H. Q , are fa vorable to Dawk' renomination in or der that the "Athenian K'cker" may be kept in the background. The whisky element in Cincinnati has been the main reliance of the Repub lican leaders for years past. In 1881 Foster had 3,500 majority down there. The passage of the Pokd bill whirled that element to the Democrats and on the first Mondav in April, 1882,. the De mocracy carried Cincinnati by a majority of nearly eight thousand. Prksidkmt Arthur is a firm believer in the doctrine of the "Moret letter." He declares "Chinese labor has been of great benefit to the Amsricn people," and adds, "if there Is too much of it in one section of the country' Uie same la bor may be needed in another section." ArTdcr wants coolie labor lor tho bene fit of monopolists and capitalist Judge Kelly is disposed to inflict sp vere punisnraent upon men wno are in dieted for purchasing lienor for minors and for person' in ihe habit of Itecomint' iutoz'C-Ued. Several indictments were found last week for this offense and in no case was tue tine tmposen less man 825 and costs. The people unite in commending the Judge for his action in these cases. H A HKIETTaVll.LE NuBl.R Co .) April 24. 1882 f Ed SrtRif : Please insert in your pa per the following account of an accident that, happened to Serff.'a J . d"ghter ot E 'as and Samantha KindaM. On the 14th insl,, while Mr Kind -11 was awa from home at woik, his oldest daughter was sjanding before the Are when her clothes caught fire and the Child Cried. 'Ma, help me; I'm afire!' The dloiher tried to extinguish the flmes, hut all in Vain. The child succeeded in getting to a stream of wftfer, about Ave rods from the bouse, bnt not until ibe'clothing wa alt burnt of except a few fragments around the chest. She was carried into the hr -se by a neighbor who beard her screams Dr. J W, Brock was summoned who. after he had examined the child, said it was not serious and they need not send for the father, who was about en mites away. But in spite of medical aid and parental care the child died on the raor nine of the 16b. The father returned on the evening of the 15'h to find the child he bad left well a week before so near to death she never recognized him. Her age was 10 yecrs, 2 months and 8 days. Yours respectfully. E. E. Licit. E. E Lovett. The Republican rarty. The Chicago Times says: "Ytswed os a party, the majority In the present Con gress s'ands without a rival in ihe pas' for -intellectual imbecility and moral cowardice; It is a partv without pnr pose, without leadership, without a sin gle great aspiration to Voke or give shape and direction to a collective force.' "The Republican party seems now lo have- bnt three principles, and I happen to be earnestly and Vigorously opposed to every one of them . rs first principle is tue snoiis system; I am opposed to that. I-s next principle is the tiose svf- 'em; I am opposed to that. Tiie onlv in favor of inJmner Prtncip e oi ine party, mat i cm 1 discover, is the repudiation of the State debt of Virginia; 1 am opposed to that. I So I am a R'-publican under difficulties, and we are all rf at hecoming so." Gatjteld'i Attorrey Genexpl. MWThe new comet is uow absorbing the attention of astronomersv who think it will be visible to hu naked eve about the first of May. This is the tlrst time this comet ever visited this world and i' Us impossible to tel) how Urge H will be But astronomers sav, that, jidgins from the brightness of its nucleus and th" present rale ot increase in ihi size of its tail, it ought to be a rffore brilliant comet than that of last summer, Hut nobody Ca:1 promise that it wii) he, because tbe natuif of the comets and the laws that govern l.he development of their ta Is are not well enough understood to enable astronomers iP make positive predic tions concerning i.'-eir appearance. Colchbch, Ohio, AvumI 25. Tbe Su preme Court created q l.te a stir among tbe attorneys of the Statfe last term bv the way it dispatebed business, and the same is true now. The Court will not wait on eounsel, but throws every cas out that is not readv when it is reacted. Some half a dz m were dismissed to-ia; for went of pieparation. and thoae were Cincinnati cases. Tbe Clerk to-dsy sub mitted to tbe Court cases up to No. 100, and all up to No. 125 should be prepared at once if the attorneys do not want them dropped. Ttvo Things Republicans Desire. Should I. The abolition of Speaker Keifer. He is a fool. II. The abolitim of ex-Secretary Robeson. He is a knave 7hen a fool and a knave are tbe lead ders of a political party, and the knave runs the fool, the party is likely fo be damaged .Jr' Y. Sun. PbruKA wifi tone your whole system Tue President will send a message to Congress, in a tew dat e, ashing autho-itv for leading government aid to the terri torial authorities in suppressing the law lenness of organixed bands Arizona. DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. 1 Senator Pendleton's Views on the Political Status. Mo&roe Doctrine Discussed a representative of the New Yotk World recently ipteiviewed Senator George H Pendleton Oh the great puliti- ,i".u.ii,.,,a h.i r.. nntmi. niz d hv ttie Deffli ciatic paitv as one of ' its satest and ablest leadeia Th Wt Id e ur i sa b : "The Democratic' attitude in the p es lent political siluaiion h of public intei jest, (or the Democratic parlv is in p-s-j session of one-half of the Sena'e, of a i strong minority in the hottfe and a posi tive majority of the Voter of the coun try. In the midst of Kfpnblican confu sion and factional strife, Bottle Demo ctatic opinion should be. refrenhing and Important. Mr. Geo H. Pendleton is Chairman of the Democratic caucus of I the Senate, is a prominent 'vnaior Sftd speaks in seme set ae. as a lepreseutaiivr of Democ a'ic belie'. He was waited on to-dav and asked to give hi views to the World ol the present political situation He ordinarily declines to be interviewed, but this time he consented "S nator," be wa asked, "wha' in your judgment are now ihe foromot political qnestions in I his country?" 'I am of c ure deeply interested in ihe subject of civil service reform or the science of administration I hope for the pas !e ot lie Mil I hfl t the honor to int oduce in the. Senate, designed per m-inenily to improve the a iministfation of our public affairs I lo k tipon this as an important home d'iestion and I as Ull lUiinii lain iiv.iuc u i. -u; iif uijii j hope to see the Democratic partv Com sqiia'ely to i's support In my opinion very important home questions at this moment are loreian. Even's have madi our foreign policy the sulj-ioi of prime present ioterest and great relative mag nitude " To what events do you allude?" "In the first place to the broad gene' al fact of the tap d and splendid growth of this couqtry. ps significant continen tal position, its Immense re-iotirces, list vast and increasing population, i:s com mercial nec ssitles and ambitions, its political place among t tie nations, which makes it the political duty and business need of this Government, hv a consist ent, dionifi d an 1 properly jealous na ! lional drmeanor, to assert itself as sec ond to no power on the alobe, and as one with rights ar.d dut ca superior to all olccs on the American Continent. Tne recent events ihai have eleva'ed these great t ic's into present no'icti are evidences forge. fulness o' il,em on the pan of the S i e Dp rtm juts ol the TJoiled S'at.s 'You criticise, thfrt. the current cor. due of the S ate Dpritnen' ?" Yes; as I believe th- Democratic party g3nerallv, an I a large majoiity of the people of the Uni'ed S'a ed do. Ii has been blundering when partly right; it is inconsistent and fl k Ie when wrong. and it is as shrinking and spiritless as ra:g t b e me a fourth-rate power." "But 'he Republican friends sav thai the Democrat partv ha no policy?" 'T know, but the Democratic partv had policy in 1812 a foreign p dicy.and it was this: The you g and weak and unenriched republic o1 8,000,000 of peo ple said to the kingdom of a thousand years. Put not a hand upon any natu ralize! citizen of mine, on ae.y of my ships upon the high seas, And upon this issue the U S. went to war with England. The Democratic party had a policy anil a foreign policy a few ears later, when a Democratic Presi dent, listening to the. suggestions of Thomas Jetler.son. made some time be fore, announced what has since been known as the Monroe doctrine. It had also a foreign pohev when Captain In- graham in an Austrian port, with his guns shotted and His men at their posts, demanded and received Martin Kosta. who had declared his intention to be come an American citizen and was there fore entitled to ihe protection of this Government. Y u will remember that it was in reference to this case that an American secretary ot stale, resenting the pretensions f a European Govern ment declared that the possessions of the House of Hpburg as compared with the protection of the otherwise helpless man wefe bdl a patch on the earth's sui'ce. And when t lie Demo- crane partv were last in power u nan foreign p nicy such that the United States hail 75 psr cent, of the carrying trade to and from this c untry, while now we have about 17 per cent. Tbe country will be competl d t read"pt the D -rLocratie policy if it W mld main tain its position abroad or its piosperiiy at h' me." Wnat do you mean by a foreign policy ?" (; "I mean precisely and chi'flr- the three. tilings I have ju-t indicted. And their chionological order i- tne order ol importance in. which 1 wonld place them First, the firm, sensi ivr, prompt pr tecti m of the right of naluialttd citi zens, equally with those of citiz ns na tive b im, rvery where. If as republic ol 8,OUU,000 o' Ihe people we went to war for the in iintenance o1 this princi pie. a. a republic of 0,000. 00 i would be bae to abandon it The G 'tern m r.t now seems t regard ith less jealomv than did the G'lverr.iD'inl then the rights of its eitiOns. 1 mean fn the Second place 'lie proper assertion of Uie rights ol the U dted tjta'es on tbe Ameri can Continent, or continent, as ihev are sometimes called. This has been the Democratic, the Amerusii doctrine lor hall a century and the vigor to an nounce aud adhere to it was never so in c i netdtd as now I would not limit the application of t'e M inre Doc trine t the specified line of circum stances whicii evoke, 1 it. I could afSrm it in the wholeness of its spirit and Ameiicsn sm I would a .ply tbe es sence o' the doctrine, as then anrtounc- d to the situation as it is to- 'ay As the chii f Amerit'tri power, the United Stales Government should usm i'8 Oini nen tal riglit, accept its continental icsponsi blUlies, perform its continental duties I mean io the third place, and as a natural and logical sequence and acompanimunt of the policies Just indicated, the exten sion hv all legitimate methods of the cotKineree of the United States as far s possible over all seas and to all lands. I understand the limitations of the Con. siitution of the United Sta'es These questions aP politically ol conaeq lence bcanwe they are commercially of conse quence to this country In one word, I helleve in the Dem oratic principle which exalts the individual at home aud wbicb exalts tbe nation abroad." The O do law to pu dsti slanderers of women now is: Whosoever writes, prims, or publishes anv false tr malic Ions lihel o. or concerning another, or mhally uses, otters, or publishes any false or inalicit.tis eiander of of con cerning any female of good repute, with intent t'o cause it to he' believed t'ha such female is unchaste, he tin il not toon than five bnifdrcftf dollars, "r 'm prisi ned not moretbsn elt moaibi or both. LABfgOXi TAirln 4:1ta J is( Penalty Crime. for His Lojidos, April 28 Dr. Lunaon hanged at '.) o'clock this morBinx. was He was calm and Composer). Only three reporters were present al he bsngiiiiji The procession entered the yard ol the prison at 8:55, when the prison hell was tolling the death knell, j The chaplain headed the processtoni lie was followed by two prison officials with their wands. The prisoner who. until the time of starting, had been calm i i , . I, i i coinpoein, iookhii awiutijr (-mm miu dejected auil was very nervous. Me was : supported bv wardt r:s on either 8idp,and Was with nifficaUV title to descend the) steps to the yard He was met tty Mar wood, the executioner, at the foot of the stairs The prisoner Was bareheaded, The operation of pinioning him seemed in terminable, but he submitted Without a word, and hardly aetnaed to appreciate what was going? on. Prom the step theie was a distance of about elstv vards to the trayerse to Ihe gallows. Lamson was supported With difficulty from this point to the sMft-ild He swayed back wards and forwards, and stared wildly ardtind him when placed under the noose Tne Cnaplain. who appeared much aflnc ted, then beaan a portion of the hnrial service, Lamson, in the raeanwldle,- was supported by two goalers. Just before the cap was adjusted, he ca-t down his eyes with a loort of extreme despair. His death was instantaneous. T ie Cnap'ain remained by the gallows repen in life Lord's Praver, The bo- :y fdmairle.i linDliig one hour Determined Suicide. Cambridge Ohio, April 28. Fvsnk .,, eymn ho l,,'rt)e,'e at ecav.lle Mti j I'linhl ll:it flu4 HHa l1('n nnrkinit rt ,M. . ' ui ut;3iiic, iraiui- i'i inc r u n ii'jti ! here about noon io-drty ahd engaged a ; room for a little while upon the pretext of changing underclothes, hut insletM i of retaining it for a short time remained with the door locked until nealv six ! o'clock D.is evening, when the report ot j a pistol and groans within brought the i 'warders to the scene. Sveral a1 temp's were made to effect an entrance without saccess. Alter a while the door wa unlocked by Nevman himself, and on the hoarier entering the room it was discovered that he had shot himself with a revolver, the bail entering just beljw the left nipple, and passed around, or through, it is not ktrown which, till it became imbedded in the muscle under neath the sh u! ler blate. The wound is at least a da igerous one. He will give no cause for the ao, but from out side information it is un lerstood Ih it women and whi-k are at the bottom o' it, as he had b en drinking rather haul of late. An Assniu Takes tils Oivfl Life. New fniLADKLPHU, Ohio. April 25 Wm, Stull. llie cwariily villain who asaa-Sinatc I th wife of Collin Summers at North Georgetown on Sunday night; and waa pursued snd Captured last n'gjit nar New Pranklin, hef ire sorrendtring shot himself through the head, and is now in a dying condition. The shoot ing of Mrs. Summers was one of ihe most cowardlv and daronahle crimes ev er perpetrated in this section Smll formerly worked for Mr, Summers, bnt about two weeks ago was diecharg d t is thought he en'ertaioed a gru ige against Mrs. Summers, thinking she was instrumental in causing tin difatssal He came to the Summers' residence on Sunday morning, and Mrs. Summers was in Ike fai m-vard milking. He greet ed Iter with a '-Good morning," which was pleaantlv returned, when the vill ain drew a revolver and fired five sh its at ber. Three of the halls took effect, and no hopes are entertained of her re covery Tne affair cause the mot in tense excitement in the neighborhood! "The people of Arizona are not disposed to allow the President and his Cabinet to remain in ignorance ot the cold blooded murders which the redskins are daily perpetrating in that Territory There is much that is caustic In the open letter which was sent to the rre-ident and his Cabinet and both Houses of Congress bv a tuass meeting of the citi zns of Tucson, the most unfortunate town in the Territory. It reads : "During the rejoicing Incident to Ihe grand military display announced to take place at Fortress Monroe, we beg to offer you as a skeleton lo fit at your aihaociuet the fact that nearly one hundred of our pioneers have within a few days been wantonly murdered In Bold blood by the devilish Apaches whom a cruel and mistaken policy permits to survive their crimes " If some sm-dl portion ol the espendi'tire incurred in your grand display could be devoted lo such meas tires as would preclude the probability of an increase in the list of ou murder d dead we could pend you a greeting of gratitude and cheer in the place ot this message of our sorrow and help lessness and oar d-n!ation." Au Important Decision. The District Court at Urhana, 0'iio, ' rendered an important dt-cisinn on Sat- urcSar, which will interest the salons men as well as the Pond L'q ior Law devotees S'irne time since t lie town of St. Paris passed an ordinance rpq'iirinu saloons to remain closed from 6 F M. lo 1 A. M The saloon men combined and discussed the validity of the Coun cil heintr able to pass such a law When J itflfs Kmg. one of their number, Was arresteil and fined, the saloonist car tied ihe case to the Champaign C m mon P ess Curt, where it was decided aoainst them The case was then car ried io tbe District Court, and judges Elliott. Gilmore an! Hawes decided the law val:d ; that the CjuruiI had tbe right to pass the law Killed for lutorferiuic LiBihTi, Va., April 25 This morn hg Austin Woods, living io Campbell C )untv, lost his life by interfering in a q isrrel between man and wife. John Hendricks, a neighbor, was Bianding in his front vard quarreling with his wife when Woods came by. The Irate hus band rumed to his wife as though to knock hpr d.w"n The womm cried in tenor, and Woods rushed forward say Ing, ''Don't hit her, John ' At i bis tbe wife, forgetting her terror, told Woods that it was no business ot his, and that they could settle their own quarrels Hendricks at once picken up an as and crushed in the skull of Woods, inflicting a wound irom wuicn he oied in a few miuutes. Hendricks was arrested. Peruna by giving health aleo giris beauty, Scoville. it seems, has earned out his ilnoa! and retired fiom the Gutleau case. It makes no particular diflemice in tin issue of tbe aase, fur it is not to he sup posed that the hill of exceptions will be allowed by the Court in banc. Tbe Governor of Wyomioi Territory, rn his messaop, sat a woman suffrage has been productive of purer morals and heller laws than eaieied before, hut he produces no evidence to iow tha, n arii al happiness is enhanced by political ar guments betweea-msQ and wife. BSrWe urged upon the Germans that! Cincinnati. April 28 Host I tbey should not in this ei'V throw awavil.ivp hugs Fura: common and libt 5 the municipal ticket in reeri'lflent .about an act of legislation thin, n fleeted the Sta'e and warned llirjm that the hetter Wtty to secure the amendment iif the law, and to prevent the passage of other laws ibho;ious to thftn. was to vo e the Republican ticket Cincinnati Commer- cial. would j It is a fact that the Sunday bill not have been passed had the Germans stuck o no' uepnoncan turKei As tne German! Voted against the Kepublican M . :. i .i 1 1 i pvo in iiuiiisii ii mi jsbsiub u e roini , bill, so did the Legislature pass the WHU day bill to cuat.se the G-rj5ans lor flipping Tne Speaker ot ihe House, Mr Hodge. When interviewed as to why J hj voted for the Sunday bill remarked j that "the Oennans had pine hack on jthe partv that befriended litem, and now the tt . publican parly was going to show these damned rascals that there was a Sunday in America." This goes to show that the Republican partv is not sincere in its passage of Sunday and temperance laws. Steubenville Gazette At the change of every season b'uj gishness of the Mood slcdid be pr ' vented by tahtrg pERCfcA. It was necessary to inak Up a dcfi- cincv of fftOO.000 for It 1-. the n- Public Printer, to give lnui a good siait Uncle Sam's printing office is a wonder tul thing It can do has printing for more money than dhy institution ol the kind in ihe worlrb Senatr Hill, o' Georgia, d .ublless will have Ids happiness heteatier, as very little is vouchsafed to bm lucre pes are entnrtained for his recovery, attbottgh one-third of his longae hat been cut away, the entire left floor ol his mouth, and iho glauds of the left c''ei'ki Hallet Ivil bourne lias1 oHtll e a ju lg; ment gai st Jtfbfi G Thompson, S-i-geant at-irms ot tile Se ate, ! $100 000 for false imprisbnm. n'. An appeal will be tiken,- but III ):'i tue amount o i he verdict rflav be reduced, lucre is lit tle doubt that the pridciple wi'l stand. Congress will rmk-i an appropriation to ptv t'ifl bill If you have t'p least uneasiness in ydor stomach Pghdna will immediatel) Correct the fnnc'MUt WoodMftieltl Produce YInrkef . CORRECTED WEEKLY BV P. CHrM1l,BB IK Monday, May 1, 1882. Flour, per barrel 8b' SO Floor per hundred 3 25 Wheat, per bushel ....... 1 lOf&l 15 Corn. 75a90 Corn meal Barley, Beans Oats, Potatoes, ... 1 20 ... 1 15 00a3 50 .........SO 1 25 .. 25030 20 10al2 .. 1215 .. 10a 12$ 10 ....12al5 .M1.5lH 45 i4 .. ..lOala 12 8 ..60al 20 1 00 i 2i .mt i ...12ai8 ti fi fiultfif, pet pound Bjeswax, " Beef, Bacon, Lard, Calf skins, IC I. Fish, " . . ! i Feathers, " Ra2s, Shsar. " 8ar,ttaplfl" ..... Tallow, " Tea, M .pples, grcou... i Apples, dried, per lb Pcachns, dried.. ... . Coiliie.gieen. Coffee, browned, 1516 Coal 8ul0 Eggs, per dozen 12 Hy, per ton 1015 Hides, grcon, per pound 5 Onions, ; I 40 Molasses, Orleans, per gallon oatfO Sorhttin molasses, by theharrel 50 Sorghum tnolasses, per gallon, CO Syrup, per gallon 50(Si65 bait, per bafrel .if.... 1 50 Soap, eoUntry u.... . 5 Wood, pereord... 3 00 Wonihfleld flock Market. Mav 1 Cfiltle 2a4c per ?hecp 3a4i; per pound. Hogs pour.il r03s. pound; 4a5 pet CMncumitftl. 2S Flout 6 0a7 25, Wtiat Airi 40; Coin 73 Barley 1 10 Ons 5:ii:; Kya 92c Ciiicugo- April 28. Flour 4 23af5 25 40; Corn 71 c. Oats 53c; Barley 1 10. Wheat 1 Rye 85it. Ualiltuore. April 28- Flom nN7 25: 42; Crrn Sic; OatsSt.oSc; Whra 1 Wool. BosfOJl, April 28 - Wool Flrrr ; Ohio nnl Feints Jvania rteeens af 41 42 . wiih choice iplectlons at 43 .44 ' ; Micl fgan extra fleeces very scarce, g od loi of extra sold at 41 j-42c, hot Other lots not in condition at 39a40j; ortahed fjeci1 2la34c. for fine to cboitt and W: !ium graces; pQ 1 d' 26-48c Fim.iiDEi.Piiit, April 28, Wool ' Fum; itoaised waalied c mHof and di-j laine 39.40c, Olha unchanged. OAT ILK MARKETS. nhecliii; Live "lock tfarHet. April 27ui, 1882. Al ihe Wh-elfrtaf stock yards unrina t'ie past week tbe anairs bafe been qui et and dull T -'lav nnlv Oliv head ..r i cattle were found, .tint tlinv were fine I W' s crn aniroa's. T "e prices et. r 1 900 Iha animals f -6-; 1. 100 to 1,400 I h onlrtisls, 7 to 74 . Calves ctninanii I . . 6 00aS 00 per hea i, accT'lmg to. qua I - ity. Hogs 7a7c. were in good demand at j Mew York April i8. Heaves Rm'ps for extitmes for native etcera 12 allo. Sneep Sharp demand al higher fig ures; eatreme-i 6 5rta7 70 jier handrvd; rlimned hIipph 7 f !0.i8 00'. unshorn snrinp ,Bmhg 4 50 g 00 each; goo to prne dressed mutton 13 fX'aI4 CO per hun dred Swine Receipts 2.840 Live were in demand at 6 7iia7 75 per closing firm. nogs; C'lirjC April 28.H'ga Mar ket moderately active. Iji weak at bv lower on rottgb, mixed and poor liglit, and comnmn ; leoslfdj to mixed () 70a(i 75 ; heavv pat-kins rjd shipping 7 30a7 65 : light 6 6'5a7 25; sh:p uixl Culls 4 25a 6 50. Cattle Demand fair, hut ak at 10 io 15i- lower; exiiortfi 7 0a7 85; good to choice shipping 6 90a7 20: common IO fair 5 7a 6 60; mixed Itatchnrj slo but tt ad : io -r t 1st, 2 S6aS 80 nse' dUim to guod 4 25 ab 60. COMMERCIAL. 75 17 35; packing and 7 85. huteber ,' 6 90a i Baltimore Live Stock Market. Cai.verton Live Stock Scales,) MONDAT, April ,24 1882. The quotations given in dur live stock reports are of the retail market, except where Otherwise itsitedl pmpg 0jf beei1 cattle at the market THIS WEEK lest on aale tliis week 7 25a7 75: Very m, Oi ; medium or goou iair q-ianiy oi:- , 1- -. . , m 1:.-. . nil 4 61b 6 00: O'dinarv thin steers, oxen aud eoWs, 3 S6a4 25; extreme range of pri ces 3 25 7 75; most of 'the sales were from 6 50.7 87. Milch Cows. Ft'.era Is a good demand for good Cows at '840(65 p?r ItiJad, with no demand for common cows Hogs The qu-ilitv is aMoUt like tha1 of last Week's off Mings, and the num ber showing a soytr increase ofdr lasi Week. Prices 9aI0c for Common, and extra a shade higher, few selling below Sheep Pri'-es for c'ippel sheep ange.i 'r m 3a6 , and wool eap47; lurnh Ballot, i. 3 COan 00 per hnud Htto iUikrltsemcnts, DlSSOLtJTION. Vo d?fild. Ohio, April 27, 188t. Tbe firm of RichnHr A Little, LieUttiioe Roil Daalers, has thi dav bj rtutnal eonsetit bn dissolved G)aorga& W. P. ft ichner ili bef.'after com ?ti;ute iht Arm and wilt bo pleased to ereot j vood Coppdr Cendactors on bdildibj for at! thos deaifiDg ttiein. RfCHNKR & LI'JUNKR. may?. '8 23 NvrTWB TO UONTftAOTOUJ. T ii K nndergicrned will receiv bids up to Sato -oat Noon, Jokr 3, 1882. for tbe erection of Three New Sclionl bouses in Dis- tiicts Nos. Two Seven and Twetve, in (Vash ingtou Township, Monroe County, Ohio. Plans and spec fixations can be seen at my offic. The Boaid reserves the right to reject any or all bills- By order of tho Board of Kdacatlou. Jambs Baton, ctefk. tnay2,'82.9 FARM FOR SALE. TN Belmont County, situate one mile from 1 BeHllsville. Mnuroe County. Ohio, contain i.g One nundrcd and Fori Hour Acres. One fiame d walling house with (i rooms. A dtalile in good condition. Tha furrtl fs well set in grass; plenty of timber for farm purposta; well watered. fr Urrns ad bess. HEIfiRY MILLER. Beallsville. Ohio. C. E. MILLER, Clarini;ton. Monroe Co.. Ohio. Executor of John Miller's e.tate. mi-2.'82m3. New Grocery. NOTIC'R ts hereby c;lVen tn tbs pflbliC that I have pu 'Chased the WkUon Grocery, and have laid in a foil atnok of FRESH GROCERIES, Which I am prepared to sell at tbe iowBt oash prices. A stock of Boots Shoes. Ifilts. Cni, CitllCofl sind Kotlona Will be sold 4T COST, to close then! out; Paid tor Wheat, Corn, Oats, add all kinds of country prodaoe. Everything asnally foand in a Orocery will be kept on hands and ttold at fair pric jS. Call and examine for yourselves S. W, Eoasit, mav2.'E2:nl; Weods8eid, Ohio, Clarington Select Schogl. Will commence Jul) IK aaifcon tluue in Sessinil Teu tultn. Classes will be organized id any branch desired. Tbe teachers will nse every effort f o make tbis bohool as profitable to those in attend ance as any sohool in tbe county. Good Boarding at Reasonable Rates J7tTlTlOr- rrgher Brauchta 57 00 Common " ft 00 PriEBar jr 8 00 Tttition invariably (ii adfatiee. for fdither particalars call on or address O. W. UAMILTON, W. X. WILLIAMS, ma-2'S2td. Principals. NOT1CK OF APPOlNT.iIKNT. Estate of David lirubach, Licensed. ' PHH ttDdVrgigoeil has been appdnted and 1 qaalified as Kxecutor of '.he estate of Da rid Brubach, late Of Monroe coanty, dee'd. Dated this 35th day of April, A. D. 1882. CHaRLBS BRfJfUCB, KXcator of Darid Brubaob, deceased. apr25,,8Zw3. The Eureka Churn, THE rtndersijined have the Patent for this Churlr, and will Hell territory to any per- on or person applying for the Name. This machine' i ter effective in its opera- tion, Saslly operated by hmid )ower and very I epltffk in Us operation, it bem geared up so uk to permit the erauk umiriecteil fo the dusher rod to reor-ltfl 'Ivf Hh oilltlOBS lo (lllf Ol tit IliJfMl I RUll . Mr. Jones, rf the firie. is the- patentee-, and feM kis Letter r.tent KM the Department to j eiliibf: to nil who' inity deirfre to se ibein lor price of torntorr -Rddre-e' npi25'W. Grajbvjlle. Uonroe Co., Ohio. SELECT SCHOOL. Teinusalenl, Oiiio 'lHE first session of this School will open SB -m 1 J- duly 1. 7, and continue in scs.iou ten weeks (Uu-ses will he formed in any of tbe branch es to suit students Special attention will be given by Robert L. Mori is to the techinal construction of English '(JraMinar; also Fhynieal and Muthemaiical Geography, ho pains will be spared to make this sch jol a success. Iliplipr IIiancHi'M, - - A orj Cuiainou Rrunctiw, - 3 OO Pi liiimry Ri andlen, - 2 90 j Jerusalem is the center of a rich and strict. y moral community, and citrers a Very inviting j C W I., ; prospect io me earnest siuuent. tuition re I quiied in advance No money refunded except ' iu esse of protracted illness. Good boarding can be had at tu rn $.3 to f d per week, fur fmt&er paftiiulars cult on or address R L- oJ(KRIS. R Q McOAIjGHEY. Hpr25 'S'2t&. Jerusalem, Ohio. NOTICE UP APPOINTMENT. Estate of JVHty Wtlh, Deceased. rpHB undersigned has been appointed and J qual C-d as Administrator of the estate of Nauov Wells. Ute of Monroe ootfntv.deo'el. Dated this 14th day oi Apr 1, A & ISSl apil8,'82w3. JiSStas WELLS. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, NOW 0r KXHlUlTlON AJT KSC . ROE OVf 2 R'S, &ao tTxlicSii Street, DaailAix-o Ohio. We have the largest assortment of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Brer brought to the city. GOOD CALICO 4 and 5 Cents. GOOD MUSLIN 5 Cent Cttickl Sheeting- Muslin I Yds for Jl earzxs lO, 12 1-2, IS, SO and AO CentSj Dress Goods 8cto $l Flannels Cheaper than any House in the City Baring 1 our Goods for Cash ws are enabled you to oll and exumine o?ir sto(!lt. teLi"7 biT " NEW GOODS the Early Spring Trade, For -A-re Now A.iriving- at the "ONE PRICE OF P. lid c5 1Q1 Belmont Stx'st, Hating made early contracts for many Spring We are now receiving Many New Things Hamtourg Embroideries, LACKS, TRI MMING-S, Arc, Wh eh we aro enabled to early inspection is invited. place before Receive Prompt and Sent free to afoy requesting them, and prices guaranteed just as 1W M if yen skeold visit ns personally. "ne Price Only," and that tbe lowest is oar -motto." We are also re eel ing tfew Ncrveltiet la DRESS CALICOES, SHIRTING CALICOES, DRESS GLmGHAMS, Al'RON GINGHAMS, CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS &Q Which are Ofterrd at the Moat Atlrattlve I'rlcea. House Keeping Dry Goods Specialty tt Genuine Bargains in all Kinds Winter Goods. OVr 18 TliH 1 !lfc TO SECURE EVI Rt UAnGAIIVS IN WINTER DRESS GOODS, Blankets n ST 8AMfLK, Oasimores, I or ea uj Boy'n wear, very cheap at ' 110 AD NOTICE. ' ' ' I XTOTlCE is herebv irfven thai a netition will ; 1 he p.-e.nteJ to the Uoiumiiuiorier nf Mon- roe tionnty. at their next sosMim. to be held on th fiiet Monday in June. IBB3. praying for a review, survey aud alteration of the county road, oommenciag at. die bridjro on the Lc-wis-vi, le and Milton'.iburjf road at the mouth of LiRffley Kun ou the lands of John Wahl, and leading down the creek to Frrd's tftilldara; titarjiug at sxid bridge, - muuiug the old road through tbe lauds of Jacob Rcischuian; thence bearing to the hill bide north of the I fg(re,br(, tlreu.-e on the old road through the land- of James Den how, George Eirger end Philip Boughman to a Stake near agate lead' ing up to said Philip Boagbiuanf thence aloft) the foot of the hill side north of the creek through the l.ihds of Seb-tstfan Kiewbeok. Peter Diehl, Samuel Kgger and Jos. McFaddcn's heirs, to the third lafg1 rock at the loadhide. thetiee on tne riA road to the iutenection of the Miltonsburg and WoodMfieid grade road at Ihe hnd of FordV miiMam Bfrlff,Sw9. IdANV PETITIONERS. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the fjonfrtfissnmerr of Monroe connty, Ohio, at their next session, to be, held ou the first Monday of June. A. D. 183. praying for tVe ffitttblishrtfeirrt of a coun ty road along- the following descrfobd route in said county t.vwir- Beginitiiv in t??e coniity roKtl on the lands of Joseph CJhfW fieat what is known as the Crumm bridge io section G town ship IT of rsHig'e 6. rfliVning f hence in a snath erly direetiou thrnutrh the lands of said Jo seph Cline. David M Riggf. and C. Weber on Whose land it is to terminate at the bridge known as tbo Rinn d's Mill Bridge, in said eoant?. MANY PETITIONERS. aprl8,'8?wi. It wilt paf mmmmm 1 . -L.V . . JZ f 38 Uuiuli itieei, Lei.Mie, UUiO." CASH HOUSE," or- T. KING, Novelties previous to the late sharp advances. in the way of our patrons St a little less than ruling prices,' aal Personal Attention. to sell at a Tery etraU proflt TT "E -kmii" and Comforts. SILKS. SATINS, VBi VET, CASH 111 Ji.Bti.8, Joans and T W o c3L s t J . KING'S. Stuttering, Stammering, Hesitancy, Lisping-, Unction and Exhausted Breath, .Nasal Sound, And a!) impediment in speech cared by of bit tvvNoVILLK. MOMKUKCO ,0., who ha purchased tbe onnuty right of Dr. K L. Siver. bnr;h. to cure all linpedimnU in Speech bV his Improved Method. Mr. WVddle (luarnntoeq t Cure all CHSes Cl Stammering take under treat tnent. Address all communications to SANidun weddijR.' BroWosville, Monroe County Ohio. dec37',Blui3. &LOOO SiJ!?Ji 1 any ImpurtMes or mineral v Tfll,,,"'a"1 1 r.nu:rA, or (or any cao it via i.o:r..rocrliJx3SaaBBSiSI imT''13 ftT?t "sot! " rsjound. out, i. 13 irus. crciiMi iir iuM3rHS3zrsrisjs? i'z::r- !v via, f,.,r nv,n.i.w allojicr luajand bciirt diseases. i uf Infefrnitnt fever, chills and frrer dumb ajue, liio liilalUblo rcmody BxramE Ko tnatt? r whe.t renr clseaae Is. where k lt.i 'bfii ft r ' T J4aa -.TjI,.J?r ne'Shbors trd yonr f Hem's thsf yo4 tail t:.cm. c-.:Jf, rliuir,hlet.. B. B. JIAET5IAX CO., Osborn'fclo. IT eon vnnr hnwi? nrA wO.i.. mi lir wita by all Dingists awe Mealers in Me4 fclne. 1 per bottle; a. jaits,'3r