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THE SPIRIT OK DEMOCRACY.
HENRY II. AVESTj EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1882. "A anion of hearts, a union of hands, A anion of States none may sever; A onion of takes, a union of lands. Add the Flao of ouk Union Fouevkr." Address all letters: mThk Spirit ot Democracy," Woodsffeld, Monroe Countv, Ohio. Democratic State Ticket. Fob Sbcbbtabt op Statb JAMES VT. NEWMAN, of Scieto. For Sbpbkmr Jo dob JOHN W.OKEY, of Franklin. Fob Boabd or Pvblic Works HENRY WEIBLE, of Van Wert, Democratic District Ticket. Member of Congress 15th District, A. J. WARNER, of Washington. Democratic County Ticket. Clerk of Courts, ASHER OKEY. Auditor, STEPHEN A. ATKINSON. Commissioner, JONATHAN 'LIEOELLKN. Icflrmary Director, FrEDERIUK J. WEIGEL; Pension clams are now being adjusted at the rate of 81 ,000.000 per week. The loss to the iron strikers in wages is estimated at $o00.000. Tin wheat crop is immense this year. The yield is estimated from 530,000,000 to 600,000,000 bushel. General Dawes has had another pre pared in'erview published in the Pome roy Telegraph The Athens Meengt.r comes next on the lit. These is an ice ring in the Treasury at Washington. John Sherman's repu tation as a cold individual leada us to lieve that he must have organized it du rvng Hatcs' administration. ol. Wildes, of the 116th Regiment, will be at the Reunion at Parkersburg on the 11th, 12 b and 13th. He is anx ious to meet members of the Regiment there to obtain items for the history of the Regiment. 4 Mr. Dawes voted against the bill to restrict Chinese immigration. He is in favor of the Chinese coming to th's conn try in unlimited numbers and taking the places of American laborers. That is exactly what hi vote means. This is a good year for Republicans to make a sqnare fight for their own principles. Belmont Chronicle. If they only knew what 'their own principles" are. Our guess is that Hrn- beil's ? per cent principles are all you have left. Governor Foster in an interview re cently declared the swindling River and Harbor bill, which appropriates $19, 000,000, "a wise measure " He will not think so when the returns from the sev eral Congressional districts come in next October. The 17th Congressional Democratic District Convention will be held at St Clairsville to-day, the 5th inst. Senator 6. H. Pendleton will ha present and make a speech, which, as is always the case, will he worthy the attention of the people of Ohio. Chalmers. Democrat, of Mississippi, wa3 bounced by the Republicans at the last session of Congres. He immedi ately Ma hoke d, that is, joined the Re publican ptrty for patronage, and now Hcbbell and his committee are working to have him re-elected. British troops tn Ejvp', taking tbe reports which all come through English sources, are not having everything their own wav. Arabi Paha's forces ont number the English, have the advantage of position and are not afraid to stand when tbe English attack. How many Postmasters in Monroe Conn'y bave paid 2 per cent of tbeir an nual salaries to Jay Hcbbell's Republi can Congressional Committee? Thev have all received Hcbbell's reqnest to contribute. Let as bear from you, bat don't all speak at the same time. GrSRAL I5T08QH, Governor of ihe Soldiers' Home near Washington City, has been removed because be testified tfist tbe choice products of the farm found tbeir way to tbe officers of the Board of Management, which included the Surgeon General and Commissary General of the Army. A mob has possession of the city ; of Dublin, Ireland. The police force, over 3G0 members, have been dismiss ed. The only men on duty are 200 detectives and ihey were obliged to re- 1 tire before the mob. The Athens Messenger in an article ! imploring Republicans to vote the tickc . ! ' "... says, it Kepnhlicana vole and work, the ticket will receive 1,500 majority. Yes, but they are tired of your double deal ing on the temperance question, and the corrupt legislation of your party in Con gres and won't rally in October. Mark our prediction. Ik voting to pass the River and Har-; bor hill over the veto "the great steal," j as the Ohio State Journal, the central ; organ of the Republican partv of Ohio names it Congressman Dawes voted to j fquander taxes taken in one form and another from the people of the Fifteenth 1 District "upon obscure and unimportant water course ai d FICTITIOUS har j bors, mainly in '.he South " iJTGv.s. Dawks attained distinction in the House and is regarded by Ids fellow Republican members as one of the most indi strious, intelligent and pains taking Representatives in Congress. Athens Messenger. How ? By voting to pass the swin dling River and Harbor bill over the President's veto ? The Ohio State Jour nal calls it the "great steal." That kind of "distinction" is not desirable. Com king is to be on hands at the New York Republican State Convention to engineer the Stalwart machine against Governor Cornell. After C rkkll lias been laid aside he and his followers will join hands with Blaine, and Mr. Arthur and Conklinq will discover that they made a big mistake in 1882, when they try t select a solid delegation for the National Convention of 18S4. Cornell will get his revenge then. Hcbbell, of the Republican Congres sional Committee, has made a secon I call on the New York Cistona House em ploys for 2 per cent of their annual sal aries, ss a substantial proif of their ''earnest desire for t ie aucce s of the Republican party this fall." Brady and Dorset, the Star Rute ro us, had the same "earnest desire for the success of the Repub'icsc party" when the money passed from the Treasury into their pockets. Is 1880 fanners ware promised 50 cents per pound for their wool when Garfield was elected Thousand vo ted the Republican ticket because of that promise of the party leaders. Word growers are still waiting for 50 cents per pound. They can't get 40 this year, nnd before October, Republican stumpers will he heard singing the same old song f Elect our ticket and the farmer will re ceive an increased price for everything be has to sell. It is strange that sensi ble men will permit themselves to be humbugged with such cheap hog-wash At the Republican Congressional Con vention in tbe 17th District, held at Barnesvi'le on the 29. h ult, Updfqraff received 109 and Taylor 53 voles. Up DEQ2AFF is the can Ii late, but if the Re publican cu-s words uttered against him' mount to anything bis election is far from being certain. Dai.zell declares that he and 2,000 othor R -publicans will vole against him, while Col. Poormam and the leading Republicans of Bellaire refuse to support him. Leaders of the party in Steubenville and Guernsey County cannot vote for bim without sub jecting themselves to ridicule. The Guernsey Ii'wifi and the Tatlors, by Updeoraff8 n-urination, are placed in an unpleasant situation, but the postoffice at Cambridge and a clerkship at Wash ington, in the family, will, probtbly, cause them to "cheerfully" support and urge Republicans to work and vote for bim. The Washington correspondent of the Enquirer, 25 h ult., contained the fol lowing significant sentence : 'The Ohio districts to which tbe Re publicans will direct special attention are the First and Second, and the district in which A. J. Warner has been nomina ted. These are considered doubtful ones." That means that the assessments from the Ice H-trh r em nloyes, Postmasters and Revenue officers in this district are to be emptied back into Athene, Meigs, Morgan, Monroe and Washington to aid Mr Dawes unpopularity to a re-election. Tbe idea of tbe Repuhlicm lead ers is, that when one of their candidates is in danger of being defeated all thev hae to do is to throw thousands of dol lars into tbe bands of the county mana gers to corrupt voters into voting against tbeir honest convictions. This despica ble game will be tried in this district, by Hcbbkll and his Washington band of plunderers for Mr Dawes benefit, but when the polls close in October they will have discovered that the uncorrupted ballots of honest men bave overcome all their efforts to return him to a seat that honored bim, and at the same time re dacted discredit upon tbe party that sent him there. Tne people of tbe 15th Ohio District are ready to meet Hcbbell and his ''bar'l " The Utter will fail to over Come the convictions of tbe honest vo ters of this district that Mr. Dawes, by his votes, simply obeyed the commands of Robsson, Keifk & Co , therefore is no longer worthy to represent their in terests, and the interests of the people generally, in the Congress of tbe United States. Where Drunkenness Begins. Medical and Surgical Reporter. Tbe fourteenth report of the Inebri ates' Home, Fort Hamilton, New York by Dr. Lewis D. Mason, presents a care- I fnl onalvaia nf ftOO nmaau tf alnhrAlin ln j ebfiety Qne W8rnjr)g ft conyey8 . serves lo be prominently emphasized : "Tbe principal hereditary cause of ine briety is an inebriate father or mother. These records show an inebriate father in 209 of the above 600 cases." The address of ihe President, Dr. Theodore L. Mason, is in support of tbe opinion that inebriety is a disease. FROM ALL POINTS. About Things Generally. British officers are bulns mules in Cinc nnati. In accordance with the wish o' Charles, j Slowprt Farnell, the mnaii s of Miss j Parn'll will rest in America. j I Tl R 't' I flit i Ii iinnpsp witfira is accused of studiously oinituns polite sa lutes to the American vssels. . . I Dnrint; the week G.534 emigran s nave, landed at Castle Garden, against 6 780 for the c rresp mding period last year Alfred Tennson, poet laureate, has given bis name, to the sc'ieme for the I en c ion of a bust ot ju.MiffrelOW in Westmini-ier Abbey James MeGinnis, aged 47, in Jail at Brockville, Ontario, confesses to hae he'ped two men murdpr three, while he was a ho'el waiter in London, England Captain Piyne, of Oklahoma noto riety, is encamped on Doer Fork of the Canadian river, in the Indian Territory, with a colony emhrucing twenty-seven fighting men, who are all armed and well mounted. The Secretory of the Treasury has is sued a circular, to Ihe rff -ct lliat after S'p'emtv r 20th there will be no fort tier surrender of bond- for exchange inio the new three per c-nls un'.il ntter No vember 1 t. One of the. newly appoin'ed Internal R venae Collectors, who is ordered to hogin the discharge of hi duties on the lt ot 'September, has written to the C ramissioner, obj c'ing to take charge on that date, lie.cause it falls on Friday There is a convict in the Pniladelphia penitentiary who says he was sent there for being dishonest, and yet he is com pelled every day lo oasti -hoard, which cut out pieces ot j are nut between the j soles of cheap shoes, mide there and j palm d off on tbe innocent public as learher. The e'even hermetically scaled metalic cofD's, constructed especially for tbe purpose, will he started ibis week on their long journey to Siberia, for the purpose ol bringing home the bodies of! I.iani n . T, mr and his cnmnai ions o' the Jeannette, who perished in the Arc tie, regions. Here is a warning to school-teachers who are in p-mils ears the hJihR Of palling their At the post moiteufexam j ination of a Philadelphia boy who d:ed last week the verdict was rendered thai death was csnsed by pmnia, which probably resulted from a severe pull on ibe ear received about a year ago. The Cincinnati Commercial savs Con gress '-was organ z -d a a Great Grab Congress, and fulfilled its mission large ly " D the people want to indorse the "Great Grab" Congress? Are they in f6vor of pernrtting stealing to go unre buked ? D i they want by their votes to indorse and promote rascality ? If they do, they will vote the Republican ticket this fall, but not otherwise. The silence of our yenerahle R publi can c nternporary concerning the Time's exposure ot the rottenness which per meates every room and corridor in the Stale House, is easy of explanation. Nash hasn't pul'ed the string e When he does, all the sluce ways will op. n at once, and tbe Journal's insignificant lit tie stream of filth will escape attention Better cut loose at once. Columbus Times. It is openlv charged on the street and onhtahed at Dalhs, TeX., that William Jesse Grant, a prominent Repuhlicm and cousin of General Gran', and who lias been orgm'zing lodges of an ant' Catholic Society in different pns of the State, particularly among the negro el -Blent, is a defaulter of the funds of sev eral lodges, and that the an hortties threaten to indict him if tbe defalcation is not made good. FOREIGN. Tbe Siberian plngue has appeared in several places in Russia. Hundreds of peoDle are daily dying from cholera in Japan and the Ph lip pine Islands. A petition ha heen sent to tbe Lord Lieu'enant of Ireland asking for the rr ini atement of the dismissed constables, and a general strike is fear-i if be does no, comply. There have been several Splits on the frontier between Turkish and Greek troops. Tbe Greeks claim that their ter ritorv was icvsded and the Turks say that the Greeks were the aggressnrs Arabi's forces attacked the Bntidh at K-s8assin Lck on Monday night, 28th. and were repulsed wi'h severe loss. On the British side eight men were killed nnd tdxtv wounded Arabi bim -elf is said to bave been present. Tue Porte insists that Turkish troops shall he allowed to land at Alexandria and that the city hall sei va as a com mon bse for the military operations of the aimies of Englan-t and i'urkev. It is considered doubtful in diplomatic cir cles in Constantinople wlietuer England will agree lo the acceptance of the mili tary convention. General A. J. Warner. Pittsburg Post We are glad to see General A. J. War ner a candidate for Congress in the Mar riettn (Ohio) district It is a strong R 'pubiican district, lut General Warner may pull through. He has hosts of friends among his old companions in arms in Western Pennsylvania. The Democracy of th 15th Ohiodis Irie' hove nominated Gen. A J. Warner, of Marietta, for Congress, Tuis is one of the best nominations that the Demo crats ha"o made this year St. Clairs ville Gazette. Gen. A. J Warner received thennxni j nofdoubtful for a moment. The Mam mons nomination for Congress Irom the j eukes dashed themselves against tbe Democra'ic convention last Wednesday. He accepted in a neai and forcihle speech He will speak at more length at the county conv. nlion Sept 5th. The speech will be published, and will be eagerly sought for by all wishing correct infor mation on tbe issues as they are, and not demagogues would have tbem. Noble County Press Gen A J. Warner wa nominated foi Congree by ihe Democratic convention of the Marietta (15 h) district, on 23d of August. Generrl Warner is a firat class man the peer of the best He will make a good run and we hope to see him triumphantly elected.- Ohio Democrat Gen A J. Warner has been nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Fifteen. h Ohio district. He is tbe one Democrat in the district whom it is pos sible to elect and the Demoafats Ibers have shown rare wisdom in ttreir selec tion. We predict he will lie the nexl Congresmn from Hip Fifteenth, wirh 500 votes lo spare. Steubenville Gazette I was reduced lo the verge of the grave with L uc inhoci Uterine Catarrh and AmenrlBi Pekuna cured. Mu. A. W. Jackson, Pktsburg, Pa. Belle Boyd. Philadelphia Times, Aug. 28. For months a female ...eg, d swindler, j WHO DBS Dun led iue uuiumueii uueneiM of the new detective svs em at Fmh and Chestnut streets, has been carrying on a series of "crooked" operations in this city. She has, however, at last been ' '.series of "crooked" operations inthisi city. She has, however, at last been j discovered, though not by ans mt-finuity ; on the part of the police authorities. ! Sme few months ago an attractive lady . . . , J I t .:!.! VlSlltjn a srocei v ueaier nrai i wenueui : . . . .1 ,1 .. 1. I . . i ,.. CI... i.r Ml'Trfc VilU . B9IIIII li lull a en ill. one . 'I - I dered goods to the amount ot 811. and ; m. . t.-w.nt t 1 1 n f . I- tnnilnriiil ! ..Ii. .-.!.- ! III IJI. . IIIC'J. IIKI6IVI II M..l t-. . IflKIM fof T,)e KrocerytDarii not thinking a check i that such a ladylike person would be uiltv of (lishonesLv. handed her, after; heenins 111 for the goods. 814. The I g(mris were ordered lo be delivered at ! the house ol one of his pest customers, nnd his astonishment mav well be imaa . J . . . '. nni.H lk... iki, ln,v rt I lllcu nucll (III HUllil Ilirii; itJ ui the bonse refused to take the goods, as she had not ordeied them It was then that the unwary dealer discovered the check to be worthless. He traced the woman to me nortnern pari oi uie city, and there discovered that she was none other than "Relle Boyd,'' alias Mrs Hardinge, alias Mrs. Hammond, the no torious rebel spy of the Shenandoah I V Hoy She has resided st No 1.91G North lwellth street, in this CUV, lor some lime. Her husband, Colonel Ham mond, ot the rebel armv, is employed by a silk company of Boston as travel ing salesman. Another of the woman's victims is N. Watson, carrying on business as a pro vision me'chani at the corner of Elev enth and N orris slreets. Hinkle & Co'.e tnan, at the corner of Camac and Nor ri8 slreets, have a claim against the dar ing spy of 995 The grocery store keeper at the coiner of Comae and Dia mond streets mourns over an unpaid bill of $75 The way in which ber na naiue an,i character were discovered was ' ihrouBh inauirv at the residence of a I gt.nienian to whom she always recom mended her victims for reference. It was he who informed the victimized merchant that "Mrs. Hammond," abas 'Belle Boyd,'" was not to be trusted She obtained two pianos from the manu facturers to satisfy her musical laste. When the first monthly installment fe'l ilue Hie collector galled every day tor a week, but could not see the mistress At last he torced a way into her house and found that i he pianos had been pawn- Jne ol mem was recovered in a pawnbroker's at a est of 850. The other has not heen found. How many people ibis notorious woman has viciirn-' now a forr-got.e conclusion It will be z d it is at present bard to estimate, j a marvel of splendor, of mijestic pro She waa on Saturday arrested for utter-; po'tions md of superb costuming ing a forged check on a pawnbroker for goods she had pledged. She was after ward released, the money being mnde good by her friends. Further important developments are expected should the merchants vietim'zed institute proceed ings agninst her. VENNOR'S WEATHER. The Canadian Frognostfprator Makes His Guesses tor the Rest of .the Year. There will be excessive heat again du ring the forepart of Seprember, where heat was experienced during the last of August and entry of July. First week Sultry and showery up to the 6 h day Cooler change night of 6th or on the 7th, with possibly frosts in N:w York Sta'e and Province of Q ie btc, Canada. Second week Cooler and pleasant i weather. Days varying from warm to sultry; evenings and nighl-i generally cool A favorable week in the majority ot sictions Cold lo mountainous re gions. Third week A rather stormy and un skilled wt-ek, with fnquent rainra Is Fair seasonable weather in the majority of sections. Wet in not them sections about 20 h and 21st. Fourth week Temperature probably fall-like. Windy, with very cool even ings and nights (ptobably fros ) .n nor thern and western sections. A good deal of rain in northwest and wrs'ern States. The closing days. 28th to 30, h, will be in all probahi'itv wet and stormy in the majority of sections. Crop re ports les9 lavorahle than expected. The weather for the rest of the year is forecast as foil wa : October Cold, wet and stormy after the 15th of the mon'h throughout Cana da aid Northern Atlantic and Centra) S ales, with probably snow tails in x treme western portions of Central Di YMon of United Slates. November May bring a return ot open and calmer weather in its fore por tion, hut the latter portion of that month promises to be again stormy and very colli in Northwest and portions of Nor thern Central Divi8ion (U. S.) December This montJ will give an unusual amount of rain and snow. Snow in northern, northwestern and western sections, and heavy rain and sleet storms in southern, central and southern Allan tic divisions of United States. Very stormy close of month in the majority of sections,and probahly plenty of snow. Before tbe first of the New Year there will bave been experienced a very con siderable term of wintry weather. The ice outlook could not wull be better. History Repeats Itself. New York Times. The lutnor that the Arabs are in trenching al Hellopolis, a lew miles east of Cairo, suggests the possibility of a very striking coincidence. It would cer tainly be a singular instance of history repeating itself were tbe fa'e of Egypt lo be a second time decided upon the same field that witnessed the 6nal over throw of the Msmeluk -s by Napoleon Bonaparte, who on that occasion encour aged bis soldiers with the now well known apostrophe: "From the summit of yonder pyramids forty centuries are watching you." The battle, though louurht acainst overwhelming odds, was gerried souares of French infantry, flung their discharged pistols in the faces ot the grenadiers and tried to wrench away tbe bayonets with their bare bands, while even the wounded dragged themselves along the ground to hack with their short swords at the limbs of the soldiers. But all tbeir efforts were in vain The roll ing fire of t lie French thinned their ranks, and al length Ihe whole Egyptian army gave way. The bulk of the fugi tives fled toward Cairo, and perished by hundreds in tbe waters of tbe Nile. many nt ihn corn nitorwnr,! iuin., fisliPii mil on.l rMorl ho fi BWnh ..Tw.nnpmra . . . , i Tbe victory gave Nipoleor i his Orients nickname of "bultan el-Kcbir (King ol Fire ) It is a striking proof ol ihe ad- miralion of tbe Eastern races for strength in any lonn mat not a lew oi ine Mam elukes who survived the batl'e were to lie found later on in the ranks ol the French Imperial Guard, one ot them, Rustarn, actually becoming Napoleon's most trusted servant When ttiat per centage 'able is parted in your hat, cure should tie taken to ap ply a little mucilage tc Ibe memorandum, that no Dejioera'ic Senaior or Repie sentative Irom Ohio voted aye on tbe River and Haibor bill. BOOMING BIO. B U55-3 !.,!: - - .1 1 . Buw attractiocM being- continually added. Tl.e Baltimore Oriole is having a tre mendnus boom, and the indications "l.e Baltimore Oriole is having a tre i mend-us boom, and the indications , point unmistakably to the greatest dem-; onstration ever made in the Monumcn- j tal City. The hearty endorsement of j lit. .1 . . . .1 1 1 . .. tuc imhuwi cwiufiiuica mm i.iidi u'm jju- ,ati..r.a tlifi I. n. lii. it iirMomurni.t limmn. .V'Vh uw iivi.: ijni;iui iijini minors and business int. rests generally in the shape of the nhniin r.f lid mncl imnornna Btl llor.pir. . ' 1 ft- .... v. ..... ...... ii, tions. render the matter ol money one of no arxit ty to the committee, nod en ables them lo devote their whole time to perfecting the details of the three days I festivities : 1 lie responses irom (lie military or- "anizs ions invi'ed lo enter into coraue- I titinn f? ilia Ql.l.indlll nr?oo rffnraA n.ii ! ...wii i,i ii;- D)n.iraiu ii v., , mic of such a na'uie as lo insure a most spirited con'eBt. The military parade on the m,,rnirrg of the 12 h, and prior to the competitive drill, will be striking Iv brill ant and of a rertaikahle ex'ent. AM the competing organizations will on parade present their fullest ranks, from which the cmpanv of thirty six will be selected to contend for the pria s. Several of the-o organ z ('ions num ber from t-o to four hundred men, and it is niw Con'etnplated to ofler n mag nificent silken banner to t tie organjzi Hon mak ng the finest appearance in (he parade. Tne Maiylr.nd legiments, bat allion arid companies will turn out in fu'l force, nnd the display as a whole will be a gran I one The second diy's programme is now so far along as lo in sure a most unique and novel parade and attendant a'trjctions. The military feature will be pari?nlatf interesting, as the winning organ'l ttions in the cm petition drill will have the right of the line The immediate escort of Lord Baltimore wili be armed in the most gorgeous costumes o! two and a half centuries ago. Cecelius will be accom panied by Rex and Hie Carnival Court, Morau", Comus, the Veiled Prophet and other rovat personages of the famous mystic circles of the South The tab leaux following, showing the progress Raltimoie ha) made tbe past two hun dred and fifty years, will constitute a particularly interes ing feature of the parade, as the citizens have become very enthusiastic over it. That the mystic pageant of Thursday night will surpass all eorts of the kind ever betore attempted in the Unitert States, if not indeed in the world, is The participation alone of the cele brated rmstio societies of the country renders it an unparalleled demonstra- tion; but when are added tbe mitchless divisions of the Order of tbe Oriole, it is perfectly a'e to claim that nothing to approach tbe pageant as a whole was ever before attempted. Aside from all other s siens of il uminating the route, there will be four hundred bearers o' patent lights, constructed especially for the purpose, and each light having four burners. The Utmost care is being taken to in - sure the convenience and comfort of a'l visitors. No inorease will be made IB tbechaiges at the hotels or boarding , houses, and a complete list is being made of all places in the city where ac commodations can be had, and the price '.hereof. Tiiee lists will be printed and circulated at the railroad depots and throughout the city in large nuraher. Tlio Baltimore & Ohio, as character istic of the management, has thrown open ils en'ire system main line, divis ions and branches to the exceedingly low rate of nne-ba'f the regular fare, or one fare for the round trip Every effort will be made to satisfy the most xicting as to time, comfori in transit and number of trains. A large acce-sion of new coaches and motive power render certain tbo accommoda tion of all who may come Ticket Agents anywhere will cheer fully furnish all information in detail. Mafisami'H, August 30. In the fighl at Kissassin a majority of tbe Egyptian infant! V fell on their feces to avoid being lashed by tbe L'fe Giard's swords. Many thus escaped who would other wise have been struck down. Thecor'sis of Egyptians were spread over a mile and a half of ground. An officer who was present sas ihe cavalry charge was ordered for the purpose of saving the position, as the ammunition had run short. Coramtintea'ion has been established to Mahut i by telegmpb, and thence lo the adVaced Iront of Heliotrope. A correspondent who went i ver the ground o dav (Wednesrtax) -ays: 'The scene was horrible beiond deccip'ion. The h dies of the Ejypt'an s etdiers were hacked anil slashed almost out o' semblance to humanity bv the long b'oadswords of ihe Guf.rds. One young ffi ;er still held an miigbied cigarette in his stiffened flngeis. Two of our guards men lie dead at Kas asin, mutilated in euch a msnnei as wou d bring everlast ing infamy upon the Egyptian ar.n. The woik done by the Household troops demonsirated once for all the fearhil power of these ponderous horsemen against undisciplined foot sold ers,- or even good iroops when taken hy sur prise. Tbe Guirds hurst like an aval anche on ihe timid musketeers, some o' whom fired a'ter tbe troopers, who re turned and sabered them Our men were much infuriated by the harrassing at tacks made upon them during the da.' For 13 years I had Chronic Catarrh The Catarrh is well. Pkruna. Mrs. J. Mank. Pitisbtirg, Pa. There is a eunfl iwer growing in the spouting at tbe residence of Rev. J. B. Johnston, and one growing in a fork o' an apple t-ee in Benj. McBrilt's front yard, this place. Belmont Chronicle. I had Chronic Catarrh for years Pe runa curcd it I. Strvsbdrger, Pi ts bu g, Pa $tto bkrtistiiients. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Theodore W. Mellott, Dec'd YfOTICE if hereby given that the under. I il signed has been appointed and qualified as Administrator ot tbe estate of Theodore , w UeUoU ,ate of HouM 00 deoea8eJ : Dated thl4 lst day of September, A. D. 1882. WILLIAM W, MHLLOTT. J sept5,'82w3. REDEMPTION NOTICE. lo FrecCk Kinaleberger, or whom it may Con- urn: Notice is hereby given that Jaine3 UcFadden has paid into the County Treasury a sum of money sufficient to redeem lot No. 35 in C'ochransville, sold at a Delinquent Tax Sale by John QatcUell, Treasurer ol Monroe Cona- tv. Ohio, January 17,1882, in the name of Amanda Bonnell to Kred Kindleberger. S. A ATKINSON, Bept5,'82t3. Auditor Monroe Co., Ohio. TF&zma. for Sale. THE undersigned offer for sale hit farm of 106 ACRES in Perry township, two miles west of Autioch. There are , ,, , . .. f . , thrifly bearing frit trees on the premises . The farra is nnder a g00(1 9tale of oalt)va tion and well watered. The buildings are a good two story frame dwelling ai.d a Urge L.m, tnAl.A . I 1 1 IIJI n"ioi ntu mun uutuuiimugs For terms address, or oall on. W. ft. GRAY. Antioch, Monroe Co., Ohio. sept5,'82ml. REDEMPTION NOTICrJ. Tn P Jl tf,;,M,Urn- Notice is hereby given that John Daniel n pata inw me oonnty Treasury a sum sufficient to redeem the northwest corner Ot the northeast qaarter of the northwest jqnarter of wo Ion 15, township 3 range 5 ; and the northwest quarter of the Dortheast quarter except the Ronthwest corner of sec tion 19, township 3, range 5, sold at a Delin quent Tax Bale by John Qatchell, Treasurer of Monroe Coanty.Ohio, January 17, 1882 in the uame of John Dauiel to Fred Kin dleberger. S. A. ATKIN30M, sept5,'$2t8. Anditor Monroe Co.. Ohio. SHERIFF'S SALE or PERSONAL PROPERTY. BY virtue of a certain order of sale issued from tbe Probate Court withlu and for i he county of .Monroe aud State of Ohio, aud to me directed. I will otfer for sale at public anetion at the east door of the ourt house in WuodEfleH, on Saturday, the 2Mdaj of September,l8$2, between tha hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in , of said day, the following de scribed personal property of Levi Maberstag, deceased to wit: lot of clothing. !1 hatchets. 1 drawing knife. 3 saws. 1 mortising machine. 1 set of planes. 2 sqnares. 1 brace and bits. 1 foot adze. Also, a lot of chisels, angers add other tools nsed by carpenters. C. LUDK, Sheriff M. CO. sept5,'82w5. Sheriff s OCTOBER ELECTION, -HELD- Tuesday, October 10, 1882. TT7HKRBAS, by the laws of Ohio, regnla- 1 VV ting elections, it is required of the Sheriff of his connty to give notice before tUe ,tim" ot h,diD8 "lection, by 1 T-mVJ-W ?i m Vh time at which such election will be holden. In pursuance of such requisition, I, Chris tian Lade, Sheriff of Monroe County, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and make known that the second Tuesday, being the 10th DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1882, is, by the Consti utiou and Laws of Ohio, the appointed day on which the qualified electors of said Afonroe County , Ohio, shall meet in their respective townships, at their usnal or proper plaoe of holding elections. Tbe polls to be opened between the hour of 6 and 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. and closed at 6 o'clock in the afternoon of said day The candidates to be voted for are: One person for Secretary of State of the State ot Ohio; One person for Supreme Judge of the State of Ohio; One person for Member of the Board of Public Works of the State of Ohio; One person fcr Corgress for the 15tb Con gressional District of the State of Ohio; One person lor Auditor of ilfonroa County. Ohio; One person for Clerk of the Courts of Mon roe County, Ohio; One person for Commissioner of Monroe County, Ohio,- One person for Infirmary Director of Mon roe County, Ohio. The Trustees of the several townships of said county are hereby notified that the fol. lowing number cf Jurors are apportioned to their townships, respectively, aud that they are required to select the said number and make return thereof to tke C erk of the Court of Common Pleas, together with the poll-book, within two days after the said second Tuesday of October, 1882. District Court and Common Pleas. Adams r 7 Benton & Bethel' 5 Center 14 Franklin 8 Qreen 8 Jackson .5 Lee 6 Malaga.... ....8 Ohio 8 P. rry... Salem . . Seneoa . Summit Sunsbury 9 Switzerland 6 Washington 8 Wayne 6 Total .130 Given under my hand at the Sheriff's Of fice at Woodsfield, this 3lstdayof August, 1882. CHRISTIAN LUDK. seot5,'S2td. Sheriff M. C. O. GRADES Of Teacher's Certificates. For 6 months 75 per cent common branches 12 80 per cent common branohes and Physiology: 85 per cent common branobes, 1 year's experience and Physiology and Algebra. Alt 3 . I V 18 24 FI0CLU1TI8I TTMmsmll11 ,n 8Uok fn" Hn8 of Dry nood8' Ra,ly Mde Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, riw.wuM. uu, Physiology N&tnral Phi1 loso - hy and Algebra. 36 95 per oent common branohes, 3 years' ezpe'ience, and Physiology, Algebra, Nat ural Philosophy aud Ueom etry. 60 " 100 ner cent common branohes, 3 year's experience, and Physiolegy, Algebra, Natu ral Philosophy and Geom etry Only one six months certificate will be granted tn an appltoant within the same year. By order of the Board. D. McVAT, President. ang29,'82. IAS. A. WATSON, Clerk. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Thomas Btirkhart Deceased THE undersigned has been appointed aud qualified as Administiator de bonis non of the estate of Thomas Burkhart, late of Monroe county, decease!. Dated this 25th dav of August. A. D 1 882. aug29,'82w3. ALKXANDBR BUCHANAN. NOTICE. N' OTICB is hereby given that the under signed has this day filed iu the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, h's petition praying for an order authorising him to sell oi ottieiwise dispose of the desperate claims belonging to the estate' of Thomas C. Peon, deceased, which accrued in tbe lifetime of - said deoedent; said claims numbering iib. Said petition will be for bearing on the 18th day of September, 182 THOMAS I. TtVINBM, AMPr of Tuoinaa 0. PesD, dec'd. August 18, 1982 wi. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, NOW OIV EXHIBITION AT O E5 3VT E fl'fc, 328 TJxxloxx Street, BeUaire, Olxlo We have the largest assortment of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Erer brought to the city. GOOD CALICO 4 and 5 Cents. GOOD MUSLIN 5 Cents. Good Sheeting Muslin lii Yds for $1 J" eana lO, 12 1-2, 15, 20 and 23 Cents. Dress Goods 8cto$l. Flannels Cheaper than any House in the City. Buying al onr Goods for Cash we are enabled to Bwll at a vary tn-alt profit It Will pM pi7- 8lT- 38 Union strre., be.iaire, Ohio. Special Ofleririg-js -AT mcr P. T. IX and 121 IE enuine 13 argains In All jK.ln.cls of SEASOMBLE n order to make room for Fall Stock. I have revised the Dress Onods and in many cases bave marked Them Down to One-half the Original Price. For example: 65c Dress Goods down o do do do 50o 40o 25 and 30o 15 and 18c 10 and 124c do do Now is the time for Genuine Bargains, for I my mind to sell you may rest assured they ly Dress Goods Department Is rot the only one in which reductions are bing made, hot the ntire line of depart ments have been revised, and GENUINE Are to be Had All Over The Entire Stock. And I wish my patron to bear in mind that while this Clearance Sale is going on y stock is being filled up daily with NEW GOODS, bo that yon can always depend on getting your wa its supplied at all times aad seasons, at the lowest possible prices at P. T. KING'S, Belmont street, Bellaire, Olxlo. JOHN A. DEALER IN DRY GOODS and GROCERIES . s-. H,i, ,,! r.nt , -. mmm, " toand in a first class store- Sells tbe Beverly and Syracuse Also, travelers will be afforded tho best of accommodation at tbe Mansion Hons?, a hotel under my control. Charges reasonable. The traveling public are iovited. JOHN J.. WATSON. jy4,fJ2y. GraysvlUe, Monroe Co., Olxlo. FIRE INSURANCE. U SUABLE INSURANCE at reasonable rates in the following Companies; Asset p. SPRIGFIELl. Mann.. $2,252,925 S5 AMAZON. Cincinnati, 551.251 T9 WASHINGTON, ClnclnnnM. 236.916 11 The latter Company insures only farm property. I insnre hay and grain in buildings, and in stacks on farm of insured, live stock on j tbe owner's premUes. and against damage by lightning whether fire ensues or not; or will insure farm property or take mercantile ; risks at as low rates as any other resposii ; bie Company doing business in Monrae j Countv. Address W. A. Kc'-ILFRKSH. Agent, btafford. Monro Coanty, Ohio. 1 aug8,'fl2m3. Winter Btock TIIK- cash OF- KING, ST. DRESS GOODS. prioes on my entire stock f 30 and 25 " 20 " 12A, 15 " 35c 30o 25o 18c 124c 80 10 6 mean to olean them out, and when I make f must go regardless of cost BARGAINS WATSON, (II....... .A . .u- ...1.1. 11- l.oon.ic, .uu c.cij ai.li.IC, IHIUUJ Chilled Iron Plows. Ol all kinds lor Goods. taken In Exchange SlOOO will be pf.ia If tny impurities or mineral ca It will notcaroorhelp uustancesaroiont:dla 1'mntA. or PeiiptcaIs rarely a vegetabla compound. it is not ranzii'ju ny any or uuotuermaoi tines comi.'uicu. but It Is true. Pehuxa Is bel sen wo by nnnest pnysi elans toar. any balf-ito7.cn rur.;-illes known to liio profo PERrxA. positively cure consomptloo and lHothRr lunmnd hurtdlmnt. am v. ui.v.iiiui.u, i' .v., mu mu w m , dumb ague, tbo InlalllbJo retnedrlsPntnti, tor intermittent forer, enlua and No matter what your disease is, where toH goat on co for Vsxxax. m J,m,F Toll your nslghbors and your friend that Peri-na Is too only remedy, and wlU cure you anu t.iom. tc:..t r. r a jxunpluet. 8. B. IIAETMAN & CO., Osborn.OMo. Keep your bowels and peMc organs reaa- larwl Sold by all Druggists aud Dealers is Ued iciue. $1 perbottle; & for $5. jau24 '8f T, . ma is Burma ininn. I other! Kdoo. 1