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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY?
WrUten.for.Tba Spirit of Denooncr.) -.4- -"BLAINE vs. OONKUMQ. Let the Truth Ever Prevail. IlENItY It. WEST, Proprietor. .TEUK. WILLIAMS, : i Editor. g; -'.a - . ; ' . - v TUESDAY JANtARY 4, IsSI. A union of heart, a union of hinds , ' A union of States none may never, A anion of lakes, a anion of fond. . And the Flao uf our Unioh Fount'icn." '.: . -.'' rv r:v" SW Address aliUttir.: Thr Spirit f Dkmocrat," Woodsfield, . Monroe Cotmtv, V . Ohio. JtyThermometerB 'rsffBcd fom 6 to 20 decrees beUw 'z ro In the United Stales last wpck Col. ; licLosE, .f lite Philadel phia Time, writes from ilie South: Prosperity -South "means3 prosperity K irth, and the South la prospering now as she new prospered before. jty WHtTCAKERf , the colored Cadet. who bad bi9 ears trinj,med at We9t Point last Summer, is to have a rehrarlng be :tr Cnnrt Martial.' The interests of the colored brother must be looked after, in tbe opinion of Mr. Hate. ,, ' y-The ' Senatorial fight JoWest Y. is warming np. ; Gov. Matthkwv. Hop. Johh N Cam'dkn, and Hbkeford. the present incumbent, are the parties who are anxioui to setcriOce themselves for tbe inteiests of the people, of cut8V jgrBsrnesvlUe is moving in railroad matters. A meeting was held there last week at which-a determination ..was: evinced to run. a road north to connect with the Tuscarawas Valley road, or South to connect the Beaver Valley road near Somrton., ..:',; J"Tne Ohio Legislature convenes to-day. the 4th icst . The Republican majority will be pressed to ua?8,a Local Option law this Winter, but that fsrty don't always .practice what its stamper! "pri&ob; therefore there is , not ranch prospect of such, ? a, t measure agoing through. ", ., . ' -j jtyHATKi commenced the war of removal from office agiinst Conkunq's MflcA-hnl(Vlni7 friends in the State of ' JJew York. Corkuho has not been in the White House since Hath was counted in," and when h$ has occasion to refeftofthe President ey,U his loftv style, Vthat man." Hats proposes to ' tepay the Senator's contempt by taking the official scalps of his followers. "... xyTbe trial of Parseix and other leaders of the Lnnd La?ue commenced i Dublin on ths 28 u'.t. - They are charged with conspiracy'to prevent the payment of rent, to resist the process o ejectment, to prevent the taking of farms frosa i which tenant, had- been evicted and to create HI- will among Her Majes . tyV aubjects,. 'th3 charges being varied and repeated in several forms and the in formations being of pre'at length. .Cameron, Ohio, De3. 30,J880. . Ko. pikit- Sir: I noticed 'another communication in tir p er f the 21st Inst., written by Richard H-nrv.'Mn which be still holds to the at aliment made vome 6 or 8 months um that Heailley Ml off MsnrvVdam" SwI tbouglt that matter w bo i ft dually drilled bv the communication of "Fair Plav. which appeared a frw-werks af ter the charge was made on Headlry.that every man. woman and cl lid who read vour paper were thoroughly convinced thut it was none other than Bill Wire who Ml t II the dam at that time.- Rich ant Heiry mkea an-nhrr thrust at Headlrv in iriing to leave the im'jrec- ... . i . . u . t ri i ston Willi your reuuere uiui, ue nenu Irv) is anch a terror to the finny tribe Be- this as It may ; hut BUI Wire is not much of a tenor to said .tiibe, if he is itenei ally no more mcceful than he was on onr particular occasion at Mau ry's dam. not the timr, howrver, when he fell frouTthe suromi' of the dam.) He was doing his bett to make It a suc cess on that occasion ; but, after labor ing for 3 hours and 17 minutea'. was go. ifig to jiive it np in despair, but we in sisted on him trying ogainj and by and by we noticed Billy rquaring himself for what we thoiiiihta long and steady pull on a .3 pound bass, but Instead of a steady pull he suddenly gave a mighty jrik, wnich sent it. bv actual measure ment, 36 feet ard 7 inches np in the air. The wy we know th extc height is thlst live pole wa 15 feetbiig, line 15 feel, and Billv 5 fert 10 infeavlo'ng, his arms ixtending 9 inches ab5Sinitm?ad, and he gave it the full length tquarely over his head. Mr. Editor, you rnght to have been present and heard him hoaxting and ae o'arinz that the Woidsfield fellows could not flsb with him, and that he would not be caught fishing with such fisherman as Dave Okey and Hen vvst. Hut Head ley. sld on measuring the flsb, which was a Btmfiidi, it wa one inch and scver eigbths lon and one .inch wide. Ever since the time above alluded to Biliy has had fish on the brain is why he Still writes up fish stories ReppectfuUv, Own eh os thk Little Hatchk." . From tbe N. Y. Herald. 39th nit.) The Great Democratic Meeting. Tbe Democratic gathering at Cooper Institute wax a perfect r nocess. Nothing is easier than to aasemhle a large crowd: in tbe heat and passion of a fiercely con tested lrcion ; but wo can recall no other Ins'ance of a vast public meeting held by a 'political party within two months after a signal dVeaf. - This extraordinary political phenom enon results from atr indignant fVeling on the pat t of the Dtmocraoy,t hat they were defeated by treachery' when victory' was within thrlr grasp If bare ly eleven thousand c t'zens of Nw York had voted for Hancock instead of Gar field Gen. Hancock would nave been elected.' This titv was the Thermopylae ot the Presidential election; Had il g'ven Its customary Democratic msj rity toe whole political tit u&tion would be diflerent and- preparations wonld be on foot for Hhe - iT'anzuration of President Hancock with unbounded Democratic rejotclrgs on ihe 4th of Marth. .' ' The U'raoc-attc piity hellrve the vic tory ; wbich it came so near winning was lost by treason, and that the arch-traitor was John Kellv. This s igma is brand ed upon him by several arguments, any one of which is conclusive. T, in tbe election of 1879, he bad not intentionally brown tbe State gtvernment and its patronage into the bands of the Republ ican, the Democrat would, undouhted- Will Blaine Accept a Cabinet Posl- jiou?Trouble Threatening' in the Camp.v y w " ' i Washington, December 28. There Is a glowing nnpiession thai. Senator Blaine will resign his seat in the Senate toaccept a Cabinet position under the next administration This impression does not arise from any indication given hy the Senator of an intention to change his cohere of political sei vice. Hia term as Senator will expire March, 1883. In all probability he could then secure a re election to ihe Senate if he s desired. If he entered the Cabinet, he would not be out of service until March 4, 1885 As a Cabinet officer he could control, with "quite as much ease,' the . political wires, which are necessary to' be pulled to. rcUn political pr.eslige at,, home. ; If he should aspire to the Republican nom ination for the Presidency in 1884, he would be in a vastly better position a a member of the Cabinet to. further .that ambition than if he remained in the' Sen ate There is no douht but that Gen. Garfield has placed a' Cabinet portfolio at Mr. Blaine's disposal. : Whether he has tetricted him to anv particular po sition is not known. His friends aver that he can have anything that he wants If their statements are true, he would in all probability take the'Treasury depart- raent.tbhould he detrmine to leave the Senate. Mr; Conkllng. however, de mands that New York shall have the TreasOry, and if it should be given to the Senator from Maine, serious trouble would follow. Mr. Blaine is one; of General Garfield's warmesl.Wends.,.Dii- . m . y"" ... ... ring the trying limes oi me went ,.mo oilier Investigation ihe lormer, who was Speaker of the House, stood by the af Acted Representative fromOhlo. It is said by a gentleman, who was himself implicated in the scandal, that if it had not been forjilaine, Gat field would have been made a victim to the outraged feel incs of the country nl ng with James Brooks ana UaKes Amis Aiier me scandal had blown over Blaine made Garfield chairman of the Committee on Appropriations and helped him in .other ways to . relrreviv his demoralized Mr tupes. Under the circums'ances. it was simplv just that the President elect shou d tender Mr. Blaine a Uibinet po sitioni - If tbe Senator from Maine con cludes to acoept the place himself, there willbe a vaennev for. both Mr.Frye and Mr.. Hale in the Upper Houe. . . fHE RPIIUT OF DEMOCRACY. edlyr have carried thete in 18S0 and have eVeftfed Hancock ThfcisUoder'mai for-Garfield in New York could .CyTbe Woodsfleld Spirit don't want to extend their narrow gauge railroad to Camhrldflrr. A neht. We never aid like narrow EBueea very well, any way We shall terminate our next Southern Railroad a. CUrineton at the month of Fish Creek.Biving WoQdsfield tbe go-by; Gwrmey Timet. Cambridge .being' an on -it the-wav place, how can you expect a narrow gauge railroad to be built to it ? Rsil. road men seek a region where there i money and trade to give them a proflta- Wa return for their investment. We re- ' . peat, Cambridge is not on the list a made np; ani another thing. Clarington is not at the mouth of Fish Creek Better aend youf engineer down there to Vironerlv locale Clailneton and Fish -l r Creek. ' ' ionly easdv have been prevented f the state government and State patronage had been in Democratic hands But Boss KMly's treachery did not stop with hia giving, the State to tbe Republicans just before "the Presidential election. In tbe vain hope of refining his power in the city be traded offeIectoral votes for mu nicipal v ilea' in' tbe late election, and thereby gave tbe State' to Garfield when it might have heen saved for Hancock in" fpite of his treasonable bolt in 1879. If is no wonder, therefore, that the in dignant Democracy ruth into public meetings to express their indignation. ; ; The Democratic pai tv - of this city holds tbe key of the political situation, ft never felt this so keenly as since the lafe Presidential election when the re , turns show how near the National De nvcracy came- to a triumph. Nothing is more .'clearly demonstrable than that had It hot ben for John KHv's bolt in 1879 and his treason in 1880 Gen. Han coek would have been tbe President elect and his approaching Inauguration have Wen tbe occasion of exultant Dem ocratic t ra-na. 1 J - JWTA Guerhscv o mnty farmer sold within the lost 15 days about $4,000 worth of farm prod u'uts. amongst which were 1050 fleecea of wool, a car lond of cattle, nearly f00 bnshels of wheat and some hogs He is Alexander Miller, cf near Cumberland. He is the owner of nearly 800 acres of good land. Woods field, 0., Spirit The Western papers sav that just such sales as this one account just now for tremendous absorption of money. The farmers have had a great deal of stuff t to sell this year, and not having any debts to nav. owine to the good times for the last two years, are aalMng down the money, an! thus it has happened that the ters of millions of money thai have come West to move the crops have not returned East this 'fall and winter as was formerly the custom. . A great deal of gold and silver have b:en , ab sorbed by the farmers and prosperous people generally, and it has disappeared in a seemingly mysterious way. Tbe theory is that it has gone into old stock ings and into hoxes thst are hn away, not to come forth aritil a fresh mania for buying land or stock, or tearing down dwellings and other farm build ings, or living 1n more lt)Xiriou3 Btyle sets.in. Many farmers who got indeht .during the flush days after the ' war, or whose friends and rifelghoors got. in, have treasured np their experiences, and are Inclined now to go the other ex treme. They are holding on to their money to see whether .we are to have another nanio in ' tbe near future Wheeling Intelligencer. Thev Attack a Mail and Wife One ot the Kegruiators lvmeuuavia Loses His Kars. ; PARKEU&BJPKQ, Wva.. December 27. Tbe'Red Men, or Vigilantes, are still keeping certain neighborhoods in adji cent countit a lively. ' A repoit, from all appeal ances well founded, gives ii ihat h lew r.itfhts since a man who hud heeu a mail Canier, hav ing made himself obnoxious to the sell imposed regulators of morals, wa taken out of a house-in Ritchie county and several whipped. Following this comes an additional account from Calhoun, giving au ac count of a more serious outrage. , It seem thai a man named Davis, who lived on Spring Creek. Roane c unty, had done something which gave -otfense to the regulating gentry, and a lew nights since the Regulators made a raid on bis bouse lor the purpose of measuring out justice in their ptculiar way. It would appear, however, that Uivis,nad Duen apprised of their intention, and was on the lookout for,. them, for when the band came up to the front of tbe house they were confronted by Davis and bis wile standing in the doorway, who warned hem off Not heeding 'his, the' band still approached. . Davis and bis wile then opened fire on the ma auders,- and their leader, Slrouse, tell t the, earth , a corpse. The other e"hot did not prove so effectual, but one of the gang now parries an empty sleeve, and will eat with one hand for a while. ' Maddened by the death of their cap tain, the gang,. failing to ..bring the iu- mates out hy any other menus, set. nre to the house. The fiendish plan had, of course, the desired efft'Ct. In'fhe mean time the: hell-deserving crew, t i make sure of accomplishing their' object, had surrounded the premise, and as Dav'u and his wife ran out from the burning building the former was easily caught. He was then severely whipped, and, in credible though it may seem, had both his ears cut ott close his head The officers succeeded in getting hold of the member of the band who was wounded, and he is now confined in the" county jail. ' Murder In St. ClalrsvlUe. From the Bellaire Independent, 30ch ult. The empire of St Clairsville was star tled from centre to circumferance on Christmas day by the dolibsratashoot ing and killing of . Sterling Riggs ' bv George Weir. The two men. with oth ers,' were standing in front of Patterson's drug store, on the principal street in the village when Weir remarked that he sup posed he would have to serve a term in the penitentiary, and pointing to Riggs. said, "there's the man who will send me," VUUJIIEII EVERY Tl'ESDAf. PRormitTOR. 3TOFFICE Went Side of Main Street, two Ioom North of the Public Square. TERMS: $1 8ne eopy, one year. , V : One copy. i month. - : One eopy, three utonths, . '. ir rvl e. Aunt ? . ESSulwCription can bfl ooitUMenctia at any PHYSICIANS. &&4i'm fl.JwWSMHl Baltimore and i : ti W.M F O U T It ,n Vil "PhvulQltin and Riirennn Mularo Hhnrai rtnnlr nhlo ? w Hwy iiawaa v u mm a J mm " 1 vl. WSb 873 Ohio Railroad. V nio. j ; 3-T.H T. II. ARlSTROiV, Itl, !., P li y h I c I a ii mid H 11 1 c o n. WOUDSFIKLU, OHIO. IOffise over Pope & Castle's drag store. rrtK : ;:U : - Advertlsi ng Bates; One square. (lla linea0 one w-eekf $1 00 l II . R . o i: X I K . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BEALLSVILLB, OHIO. Office in tbe Armstrong property. I apr30;'78T. ft vuc ntVto.u. -u d l Eaflb unbseauenfc insortion iot Hve wotkb, rtMA mma farn months. ' W LIU Bljuaivt " --- - One squnre. three months, One square, his months. ; One squiire, one year, One eighth column, one month, 0ne eiithth column, three months, One eighth oolumn, six months, Rita Mhth oolumn. one year. One fourth column, one month, . One fourth column, three months, One tonrth column, six montne, Sne fourth oolnmn, one year, One half column, one month. One half column, three months, ne halt oolumn. sx months. One hulf colnmn.oue year, 9ne eoluraD, one wee't. One oolumn. one month, I One column, three months, One column, six, months, AAlmnti n a ViMXT. tf al advertisements charged at the rate ofOMdollar per square for first insertion, and fifty oenta for each subsequent ineertion. :i. Administrator't or Exeoutoi'a. Attachment and Road Notices. $2 00., ' Local Notices. .'per line, first insertion. 10 cents, and flveente per line for each additional week. ' " 50 00 0 00 1 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 15 00 90 00 7 50 15 00 20 00 80 00 10 00 20 00 30 00 50 00 10 00 15 00 80 00 45 00 W 00 Phvsioian and Surgeon, LM COVE, Waihington Tp, Monroe CoUtity, Ohio. All calls promptly" attended to, during the diy or night. . fet23.'69. Physician ,: and Surgeon, ' Aiilioob. itloiiroe Co.,Utii. J nayll,'80r.- - - EASTIOUND-Dec 19, 180. , ? , h : - 4 I o Chioagd. .4:05 s S 4 4 f T pm l.3i 4:?5 9. W MAf OB . ... L. MASON 1RS. OV W. 3IANOX OJir, Physician s'and Surgeons,, V STAFFORO, l MONRO! CO ,' OHIO. Office in f)rog store, fetll7sr. ! Oarrett ........ 03& Detlanoe 1 1.02 Fostoiia l2i50 6)59 Tifflu 1:15 7.35 Sandnsky . , mu 7:3i 7:1 0ij; uji toonroevilTe;..". . 8:25 6:00 Chicago Jane... 2:1 5 9:20 8:55 Bhelby Jnw,-..t3:4 lihOO 9:3J- r Mansfield 'M 43:01, 10-28 9:o9 A 1 i .4-A 4.( A. Mt, Vernon. ...4:09 12:05 11:25 am Arr Newark... .4:55 I. l.io 12:29 ," 6:10, FARM FORSAIiE. -m-jr-" --.)- t'" f ' T fit farm WloDgleg tolas heirs of Therna, jAlrxtnder, deeeaied, U sffered for isle, . 8ftldani isin Adams, . township, Metro eeuaty, Ohio, and contains one hundred aA six acres, f v For terms aply to noT9,'80m5. i4fi.B. HILL Woddffleld, Ohio. ATTORNEYS. DK. M. I.. NTEWARD,; Physician' ;and ' Surgeon, : ' MILTOISSUUlui, UU1U. All calls promptly attended daring the day or night. Office one door south of Stout's HoteU i : i aprl3,'80Tl. ; ArrCoumbus..6:0 ; 6; JO Lie Columbus. II.06 12:25 i m Kewatk .;.6:0.S 1:35 ' '' Zinesvtlle 5:59 2:27 - Cambridge.... ' 6:52 3:20 Barnesyille.... 7:47 4.15 Bellaife , .:45 5.S0 - Wheeling .8:40 S:05 ' ' Arrive . ru Washington. i.. 9.45 6,3f Baltimore... .'.11:U5 740 Pnilaaelpb.ta.'.S:05- l.tS New irork'.i..6.46- 4:00 -,' Alt' 4 J,30 4iA 6:15' 6.05 6:29 7,32 8:42 :' ' .-' 10:05 - - One Hundred and Foriy and a Half i ft f . j j . -..?fff ff- P .; Aeres of food land for sale, on ttw.B. k S. ftV-..-R. R., near Armstrang's : Mills. Uei 10? ;' acres oleared, well watered, orchard, dwel- . ling hoas, largM barn, &o. forms ay. For further information apply In person or bf left to? V ' VC. Wf ARJlSTItOilfl, U - t Arms(roDH,e Mills, Belmont 6hio. f dec24,'80ir4. i SoSuLe foblitokiLUesinblo' JL Hotel bland; has amp e liable room St Uohed:or wou'd make an excellent bu finest . stand, with sjnffloient fotoni for iwf llidg,br aomiraoiy locweo in tue lowm 01 uianogtou Mobrbe County, Ohlo.'i 'i'WH-'i'l i iii.J -; ;A1 11 acres .of landjrtrn la lid town. ' F'pr further particulars rati on or addrtarr "nj ui 1 c il DXs:wKRTl,laAJl Clarington, Monroe Co., Ohio; deol4,'80m4 ' T it. ? '.1 i. .. AJJUE1S E. HILL ; Attorney at Liw.& Notary Public. WOODSFIELD, OHIO, ffioe over Pope it Castle's Drug Store. ., ,oh30,'80Tl. -if .., " . fVtloracy at Lnw & Notary Public, woodsfield; onio.. ffice over Ketterer h Hoeffler's store, S. W oorner of Publio Square. Noe. U, S-lv. 1. w. and while Riggs was making some reply, OLD IRELAND. 1 " "The Wizard's Wpnders.' . Eciiton, Ihe electrician, Las been offl ciallv visited hv the Mayor and corpora tion of New York. . Edison said lie was leady for them, and they went to, inspect wizard's wonders. Il was nlghl bnt they found Menlo Park illuminated with the radiance ol day. . There wus. no , dark aess there, and lh bright light, actually pnt out the moon and stars as effectively as the sun does at noonday. While the visitors were ; wondering, the wizsrd touched a knob lightly, and all was dark " Erebus . Another touch flashed light again upon the Park, and the experi ment was over. The same thing could evidently lie done h the streets of a city in an Inatant bv one hrawliebler, where ft now takes hundreds of aclive boys an hoar and a half to light the lamps. On the next evening, a full mife of Broad way wa lighted with elect ricity, and the report says that the light was so strong as to cast 1 shadows ot tne gas-jets en the pavement. .Men made amusement of reading newspaper?, and hunting up the smallest print at that. And all breamed of the good time coming, when JNetr York . wonld rejoice ioperpeiuai Learniug. ' ' " li' Some time aso we referred to the les- . rr sons some of our sporting men take in the intricacies of the gma of poker. They got some valuable information from Mr. Sherman, n Zinesvllie, but it Is onT fair to state that thev paid a very libeial price for it. ' Jow, it seems, they have been taking lessons from another expert. Mr. Wm. MtConaughay drop ped' down here and soon formed some very pleasant acquaintance.' He Is said to be a very pleasant gentlerran with vary correct habits, and his uniform snc cess in playing pker was surprising to some of our old players." Slowly the money of onr players found its way into tbe pockets vf Mr. McC nunghay." When he had a sum estimated at jiot far from C1.8U0, an old player and prominent cit izen thought there, mutt be something wrong, but he coald not see anything -r He toek ihe cards to Wheeling and sub milted them to some of 'the poker ex perts of that city, but they pronounced them all right. A saloori keeper of this city then examined them, and after sev eral hours of careful study discovered the marks or system, of marks, as he thinks, by which Mr. M knew the cards; but the successful player has gone to scatter Information in regard to the game of poker in other clues.-We think that with a little more experience some of our players will be able to play this faacinatlng game with the bestot theex peits: at any rale, they are pa ing nice round piices for infrmttMn, ! thev can not use it. Bellaire Independent, 30A vlt. . -"...-.' The Sad ChristmasDepression In BusinessLand League. 'London, December 27 A dispatch, from Dublin says it is generally said that so dull and sad a CnrUtmas has never been experienced here. ,!A, sullen depression maiks the spirit of the peo ple and traders, who have for some time been feeling very acutely the effects ot 1 the disturbed state of tbe country, are beginning to exhibit aignol of embar rassments, bat agitation which is. paral izing trade, putting capital to flight and poisoning commercial li'e still extends Us deadly influence, while the sufferers look on its progress in hopeless dismay The efforts of the Lind League are now chiefly directed towards the north ;ot Ireland, where It is persistently trying to overcome the repugnance to its prac tices, r There can be little doubt but tnai it has. succeeded considerably When mostly all the districts are honeycombed with its organization the exertions 01 tbe vBgitatora will be directed toward county Dublin and itself. Malonlde, near Dublin, was the scene of a second demonstration on Sunday, but there is no reason to. boast of its success. Weir drew his revolver, and taking de liberate aim he Hed. the h-iil taking ef- feet in the right breast. Thu crowd at one dispersed, and R ggi started t run across the street, when Weir fired 1w more shots, both of which look iff ct, one in the thoulder and the other iri the spine'.; , The two princ pals in the affair have; not "been good friends for some tim', the difficulty growing out cf a'suit now pendinrf 'tn the Common Plea 'Court, wherein Weir is indicted foretell ing money from Mai tin Fink, which of fenso is alieged to have occurre I some months ago, and in which case Riggs turned Slate's evidenc3 against biro Weir has made' hi threats for some time past that before Riggs should testi fy "against him he would kill him. Both men were implicated in several misdeeds, there being a party of outlaws np in that neighborhood who have been commit ting crime after crime, and it is thought that this aflair willJearUo the ferretha outs of tn whole Ivisioets.V Riggs, the murdered man. who died in about five minutes after the shooting, is about 3 years of age, and leav.;s a wife and four cmliiren to mourn In uutimsiy end Weir is a son of Gnn. Weir, and U about 21 years of age. He ha9 always been bad boy and considered a dangerous character. He wa3 arrested soon alter hy a brother of the ma-i killed and was1 locked u; in jil.. F-jr.a time there was a pomlhilitv f a m b taking charge of the prisoner and administering fleet-footed j ntice, but cook-r and wiser counsel prevailed, and the man was left in Hie hands of tue' officers. William Down ing, another voung man who has been a cronvnf both the prisoner and .the mnr . deted man, and a man of questionable Character, was arre-tdd aM; charged with aiding uud abet. Ing Weir in the murder. i ' 1 r ". ,ur J. i. HOM.18TBB BOLLISTER & HOLLISTKU, A.ttTneys at Law, WOODSFIELD, OHIO, win n.ntt in Monroe Mid adiolning coun- u... : teb20,'77r. KY A T LAW. Woodsfield,' Ohio. Will practice' in the Courts of Monroe and ado!nng counties. Hoeffier's store. '. Office over Ketterer Tnoh2,'80. Il P. FAIMIUIIAU, JI. D. (Formerly of Zanesville, Ohio,) ' 1 Physician land Surgeon,. Office and residence in the Walton property, WOODSFIELD, OHIO.' Havinn located at the above place, offers big Professional servioes, where he hopes by close attention to business to merit publio confidence and patronage. ' Chronio Diseas" receive specisi attention." '- may4.'7v Has reopened his SILViB-UkLlTB A5D , s I! ' ' . o ' ... - A - '-.-.wfi Leave ... 2m New-York..... 7:C0 Philadelphia.. 9;3S in Batlmoro ..,.12:40 W ae hlng tone ty 1:50 pm Wheeling..... 1:30 Benahe... 0 2 2 a. A M am o . . id 2 pm , 2:15 ' , ' am 9;30 - 10:40 am pm' i-AS 11:11 ....S.10 10:00-1 1:50 ... , . am 4 . il e Is B5. I'. Seven A Firms ; for i.-Salc; .' rpHK subscriber offert for tale seven elf : "1 rimproved farms, eontairluj from lS6 i; 260 -'A-crew.EMbVT ft . w low , Mtoi attil ja a AAflap Ataaaiai we i W ws j ovn .-. " m v aui was rao F iviewf e (. At part o( tit land is offered by the atff s derslsned at Ejteeutor of the estate ot Jacob1 Neff, deceased. . . ...vi ! M .1 il.l it iyr isriuvr paiwcmarB can on, .t -,t i . c. 6 if EV V, . w ,: ' Cue .mile west 0 New Castle, 0. address a.tj . . Lainssr, u onree County. Ohto. JulyiaSOmS. t , . ... . . . .. r Kit Barnesville . i;3,l0 11,01: 1:02 ' ' . . i - V . , pm . : , , Cambridge.. .4.02 12,03 .2:07 or TTTST 200!. ACRES i'XOR 'SALE'.-' Zanesville 5,08 Arr Newatk....6:P0 olAinbos..,7:40 Lv Columbus. 4 20 Newark ..6:0 Mt Ternon... 7:11 1:03 2:00 3.30 12:25 2:0 311 JEWELRY STORE At the residence ot his father, Thomas Ford, at the north end of Main street, where he is prepared to repair Clocks, Watches and Jew elry. He has a stock of jewelry on hand which he is Belling at oost. If you wan Work done in a workmanlike mauner, at fair rates, give me a calL mayl8,'80, , F- OKEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary mxtDllo Will praolice in Vonroe and adjoining oonn tt. Office senth of Publio Squre, formerly eeoupied by BoUlster & Okey. feb24,80 Tasper , DLbIsIsl, ATTORNEY; AT LAW -AMD- NOTARY PUBLIC, NEVr MATAMORAS QBI0. Office in Hays1 building. apr3,8Sme w . s . w 1 x -ti PROSF.CFTISG ATTORKEf, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .. , .tap REL ESTATE AGENT, (Offioe up stairs in the Court House.) SEW MtttTIXSyibl'E.WEST A. . jaa29,78T. 'f . V. . .. Have You Ever Known any person to be serionsly il without a weak stomach or inactive liver or kidneys? And when these organs are in good condition do you not find their Dossessor enioviner good health? Parker's Ginger Tonic always regulates these important organs, and never fails to make. the-blood rich and pure and to Htiengthen every part of the system. It has cared , hundreds of despairing in. valids. -Ask yonr neighbor about it gee other column. . . Old letter paper, torn Into narrow trips and juried wjth a knife or over a knitting ueedie, it used for stuffing pil: 'JoWg." ':' ' . '.. . . In Japan the fifiilioira are made of p- .- Iha nail f1l rlclWfl OH k . . aiiV J,. nlv' feels i wa' vy iib In response, one reoeived .s lf he were iriF Pt court a blbrcgb the ey ae Vothez. :.?.".-... ' tr- " "', a dtngeioofl woood in thecbest. .- Two lads in Richmond, Va ventured to ak 0 drunken man to make no noise in front of their home, as their, mother , jarThe arrival of Mr". Trescott, one of the American Commissioners sent to China to negotiate a new treaty with tbe Chinese Government, is expected in ban Francisco this week. He will reach Washlneton orobablv bv the 15th of January. It is said that larger commcr cial advantages are announced to the United State by the new treaty, upon condition that American ships shall not import opium into any of the ports of the Empire. It is possible that these reported concessions may lead to some complications - wiih 'Grpat .Britain; she may demand to be placed upon the same commercial footing in every respect as the United States (Jhina will nndoubt edly yield this rrq iest, if Great Britain will accept the same conditions relative to the impoitation of opium as the Unl ted States. In times r past, however, Great Britain refused to he bpund by the wishes of China regarding the opium trade, and that refusal led to the opium war of forty years ago " - t, !the beastly boeks Decide to Starve a Garrison of 30OMeu. Capetown, Dec. 30. -The Boer? form ed ' two camps near Potchefestrom on the 17th inst.and on the 20th, 200 moun ted Boera and 1,000 on foot attempted to capture the fort, which -was occupied by 300 . soldiers. They advanced to. within 200 yards of the fori, but were repulsed by shot and shell. Seven In surgents were kjlled and many wounded. Paul Kruger held a council of war on the 22d, when it was decided to starve tbe garrison. Ohio Farmers Fire Insurance, I'om liEROY, OHIO. Insures nothing but Farm nroperty. Kates ower than those of any other Company doing business in this county. . Assets, : : : : $900,000 All Losses promptly paid. . , , JOUIV JEFFERS. 4 Beallsville, Oh'o, !novl2,'78. Agent for Monroe County.; NEW LIVERY STABLE. mL S1UTH, JK., : : I VOOOSF1ELO, Proprietor. OHIO, j The St Louh Democratic Conven. tion of 1876 drclrred: - j "Reform is necessary in the civil ser vice. Experience prove that efficient economical conduct of the governmen tal business is not possible if its 'civil service be euMoct to change at every; election, be a prize fought for at the bal lot-box, be a brief reward ofarty zeal,! instead of posts of honor assigned lor proved competency and held for fidelity in the public employ, that the dispensing of patronage should neither be-a tax up on the. time, of all our public men nor the instrument of their anVoiUoD' - Here again promises falsified in tbe perfor mance attest that tbe party in power can workout no practical or- salutary re form.. . ; ' 4 . , ' , The Democratic meeting in this , city last night fully indorsed this declaration, and arrayed" everv honest Democrat in New-' York witlilThe World in support of Senator Pendleton's bill making the exaction of subscriptions for political pur puses from public servants a' penal of fense. N. Y. World, 29A ult ,;ii : . j if -. r -; 1 Tho St, Clairsville Murder. .,' . ; Yesterday morning, at St. Clairsville, the examination of Wm E. ; Downing, who is charged with aiding and abetting Georste Weir in the murder of Sterling R'g?s'was concluded and resulted in the discharge of Downing., There was very little testimony against him His coun sel was Judge R. E. Clambers, while tbe State was . represented by Prosecutor Mitohell and W b. Kennon. 1 Weif, the' murderer, appeared before the court with .his counsel, Hon. L. pan ford, and waived, a hearing.' He was re manned to jiiUt" await trial in , tbe Court of Common Pleas, which it is ex ppf-tel will take piace in February. if heeling Kegitter, 30th ult. . i k -uPRiaas. t a- Bioe Prot. Attorney. ' ,sruios fe drigos, inorneys and Counsellors at Law :l.And':Claiin., Agents, ' H sWOODSFIELD, OHIO. ' Otfioe Up stair's, in Court Honsb. - apr28.74. . T1 " ' i. J. Psaaaoa.... i.uter Commiteloner, HE. has good and. safe horses, new buggies of all kinds, and is prepared to furnish the public good turnouts at short notice.and eliarees onlv reasonable bills. Stable on .Church street, near. his residence.' ' ' '-' sepj8.'80tf. ' ;a If. . si .iont W.Dohmw. i;" PEARSON & OllERTT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' fbffioe South ef P bllo Square.) -WOO D S F IKLD, .OHIO VyiU nraotioe ia Monroe and adjoining Bonn, lU07 7rW ies.- u''- ' . V.' BOJ"TEB...i.. .W. . mi LOBV Notay Publio I ' (ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Orio-Seuthwest ootner Pnouo square . WOOD3FIELU, UHIU. ' Will praotloV In Monroe and adjoining Mansfield.. . .. Shelby June... Art1 Uonroeyillo -Sandusky..,..-' Lve Chi iun...9:40 Tiffin......... 10:48 Fostoria .....11.22 am Defiance 1.88 Garrett 8:5l Arr Chicago... 8;50 8:33 4:33 8:59 4 57 3:23-4.-30 ' 6.10 3 30 4:44 S 62 , 7:11 7:4S 1:08- 9:19 7:00 10,00 $:0i 10:00 10.28 pm . 12:85 . 2:10 ' 8.90 7 2S 9:15 SPH& undersigned deiire to sail thekfW': ; 1" of, 200 aerae jlying 'inyniedlately feast . r Bostei, iBslmqnt, county, Ohio. . There i,en the farm two good dwelling houses,, geei ' am 'stable, barm, eneen houses, and in bortv ,20 ! every , beildinn , necessary. Laud all lays weir, is well watered, and all in grws. Therr is. three good orchards oa it. Will set! mK and en long time with low rate of Interest.' '' For fuitber particulars Inquire of . ATKIXaON OROTIIER. - novl6,'80ut3 ... BatesvUle,0hi&4 ' j. i . . .... ,.k t f,n.''-4i.itK ' ' rrr-'- FARMING IS ' MADE PROFITABL ', ( BTvTpSTJSI OF THB ,T ,V, Great Natural . Fertili2brr' Note on Bunhinsr of Trains. EAST BOUND New Yrk fat Line daily, entire train,-runs through from Chicago to Newt York.'. Weepers attached. Day Express daily, 3 except Sunday. new ; xorK Mau, aauy. Sleeping Car, Sanduskr to Qraftoa. v r ' i WBST BOUWD Chioago Fait Liae dally, satire train runs through, from Nw York to Chioago. . Sleepers AtUohed. Chlosfjo . Kxpress runs daily on. C.'J O. and L. K. Divisions. Chioago Mall runs daily en main Hue and CO, Division; oa other divisions daily, except Sunday. Sleeping Car, Draftou Sandusky. All other., traiua daily, except Sunday,' : ' 5 , C. H. HonsoB.Sup't Trans. O.Div, Chicago. W. H. RKPPKRT, Pass. Ag't, Columbus. 1 L. U. Colb, General Ticket Agent, Balti more.. . ' . , . C. LORD Gen. Pass, Agt, Baltimore, . ON -or- -A, Bellaire &'outhw6stern K.1 il. TIME TABIE. TAKE EFFECT 12 M ., Jnlj 1, 1880. ' ; . - ' . . . ,'. ' Trains make connection with the B. & O. and C. Jc P. Railroads, also, with Capt. La- kens steamboat. Pres Ellison," Ui Wheel- ing. Trains run daily, Sunday exoepted. ' HAILROADS t , , i i"; i v ft K i'in:.-: i. i ' r- . . : : : . . ' .- . ' ... , -. FAI.I. na WIWTKR MILLINERY GOODS. ; I have Sust xeoeived a nloo stock or Hali, Bonnets, collars, uiddohs, Flowers, aud other artloles oonnecteo who, Uillinory BstablUhmeat. Call and examine ny stock , ADELA COOPER. , may4,8tr. ?.w , I2STSTJS.B WITH J, T. PENNINGTON, General Fire Life & Accident INSURANCE AGENT, Bellaire, O h i o, Risks taken in Ohio and W. Va, Relisble Cash and Mutual Companiea represented. deol6,'79T. , " CleYeland am Pittsburgh Rallroaa rOSDE?ISts TliME CARD, ; ' M and wi8T.r;;;: Ou .and after Nov. . lgso, 11 trains will run -daily (exotupt'Suad,) u follows: " r.t. "3 Through Iriaws to rStsbargh. t-i . ' 2 Through trains to Cleeiana .-. .1 ' -... 2 Through trains to Chtg0 -'.. .t ' Pullman's Parlor Cars btween Wellsvillo and Cleveland. . .. : ; , ; -' Hotel and Sleeping Cars t, au trains le twen illlanoe and Chicago., v - " " . iitavc. Ascoin. Bellaire . .,..o:55atn Bridgeport ..6:0Sam Steubenvilla.7 04am Wellsvillo ..8:10am Roohester...9.I5am A'bbivb. ' - ; Pittsburgh ,lo:?Olua Altoona .... Harrisburg . ,'. Baltimore . . tail. v XxytMB. 10:0amv . l:55pm ll:(7am Washington; Philadelphia New York.. Boston ..... 1:30pm 2.25pm S:25pm 8.45pm 12.S5am 7:3pam 9:02am 4,15am 6.55am... 4,40pm . 1:0 5pm "101pm "'0pm C:4om " TRAINS GOING EAST. Lbavbs. No. 2, No. 4. , ' a m. Woodsfield ., 1 c 120.......C 30 Oaark,'. 2,1......7,0 Jerusalem 2,22...... 7,18 Hutchinson's .... .'.7,56 Beallsville .A.: ....2,4....-.73i Crabapple. . . f .-. i : . . . .3,0. .V.". .7 48 Caldwell's i 3. Armstrong's Mills .3,37 8,15 Capliua ..S,5 u:;.,36 Beiket'a ;.T5.!W Kesf's .'.I; ;.....4,80 8,46 iacohsburg'. . . i ............. 4 30 ... i 8,60 Hetaei :.. .1.. , ... lrvin's . : .. ... 4,59 9,11 Mapleton. . '. i , . .. . . 6.12 .. .. . .94 Amblert .....U .5,24 9,32 Shady Side . . V i. . . 6 35 ....... 9.31 Bellaire (arrive) .. . ... J ... .5 60 ... . . i,9,60 TfCAINS GOINO WEST. t ' a. No 1. No. 3. i. ' - a it. r. v. Bellaffo.....ii; i'l.i.T.lO ....;.3,30 Shady Side.. A.....:..)... 7.25. ......3,42 Ambler's i .7,32 .... .3,60 Uspleton.. ..7,42 ....i.3,65 Irwina ...'Ul ."....7,64 iMJ Bethef ...... i'.t .i... 8,20. 4.12 Jacobsturg I.'.:,..... .Vi :!. . 8 35 . . . .. Kelsey's . . . 8,45 4,6 Beckefs ':....9 05 447 h Captina ..; 9.20 . 5,00, Armstrong' Mills'. .9,36 X ... .'.1,10 ! Caldwell's ......947.. .....6 20 Crabapple ....... ... . ;...10,OS....,..t 33 fieausviiie..... ...iu,ie ,b.4S'bb i l j Hutohinson's j 6,53 1 J UHllwTe. . Jerusalem., ....uwu ,..,,,v. Oaark. .10.60 . . . . 6,11 Woodsfield (arrive) 1 1 ,30 6,50 .'.'.' : ?. L. MOONBY, President. ' 9. If. CocsRAtf General Manager. , Lbavis. LIME DU 3 Til- t T:t tfte'ltf It produces the largest quantify 4Mnt X4O WEST.COST! . ' iVpermanenty Improves and keeps up the,. fertility of the soit. " ' " -.. tu stores- exnausiea sou 10 iu original richness and hastens th maturity of the ero)s.i ... "t ....... ; if. ''''-V Tbo money value and annual returns of .V 1 . J a- mI 1 t this absolutely necessary mineral restorer to land in which H A deficient. .. ... fj' ' t - IT IS ADFISEQ ': ' v.'i'.A ' For Fall Use on Old Worn Out Bteadowsr w ; T ..... . , . .... a ..1 ... .' s. ror news, inieaaea ror voru; - . , ror rieias mtenaea ror sariy rasvurae; For Fields intended" for TobaooO, ; ; '' ." For Fields intejadtd for Spring PlaatlSf all kinds;' ' " ' I' For Top Dross! aj for Wheaf NlWr !'' It is especially, recommended fer Fro ft Trees Apple. Peach, Plum, Cherry Grape v. Vines, Berry Bashes, &o. " ' - . - . V . .? .-.. , .1 . ni? .", " T 7 ' Watibfobd. Pa-June 5, 1880. ' The Carbonate of Lime Dust, purobe6f ; last spring I towed broadoast 00 lau off meadow that had been mowed for., a'lbng time,' and had bcome very bdiy" ran. "TtUr ' olav soil. I am sathiled that where the Lhno ' Dust was sown the crop was Increased fifty '' per cent, Ii effecti were plainly to bo soon while the arses 'was grow log and a4o-the? Ktifno ' of mowitfv,i I Intend to repeat lUtbe: couiag sprl The spring Worwvi loeO i plaster on a part of the same8oeaeVwYhar am eatiBlled that' the Lime did no the) bo.t f uorvtoo, Veryirwly, WS.BUicfii, ;l H !j i . r,-.;.l "Address orders and oommunloatleas to ' . r Htlmiml Srllllspr rmeativiii. Avmstrong' Mills, Belmont Cowaty,: Ooiol OrtW. T.Morris'. Agent, Woodsfield, Qhoa, who keeps the Lime Dust on band atHaauUr taoturev's prlees. ' All Ageata of the Bi; ft 8.' W. R. R. are authorised AgenUaf ttbo Company. e deo2l'80msM i -f, ).f n i i x -iil.'H .tl WONDERFUL BAEQAUiS: " 1 I . :c 1 i i IT- South ! Public Saaaw. c . tt.l.i'lH ;uiHK vt: i A . t - ,1 y.ii, l2:20amV v 4:10am 7;30am 9,02am 7,40am 10,35am 6.10pm I Only TO CLEVELAND 6 Hours and 25 Minutest A New Eoglantt livly asked a publish er whether his prints, would wash. , A new style of calico is calltd Lim burger. The colors are quite loud. If a missionary could not write letters to people at home he would be a very lonesome man.: j , . A Nevada miner who nearly stuved to death had nothing to' eat' for three weeks but snow, ' ' ' " No pious lady who has tbe Brightest regard for n man's soul will ask him to A correspondent says it is the opinion of Com Detent Indies that Russia has made ample concessions in the Chinese j goe8 how old she is question. Jay Gould's conquests in the West 8nd.Scuthwe.st are shown by a St. L'uis jdtfxnal to b. 9,649 miles of completed Irack, arid 385 in proce9 of .conf trpu.- (tion, f The New Orleans Picavune says that the man who knows you well may forget jou when you are sick. .Colonel McClure says that 0e ; black man as well; as the white man of the South desires 10 be let alone. .. . NOTARY PUBLIC:. IIHN.nndersigned, having been appointed Sfotary Public, would inform his friends, and the publio generally,, that he is prepared to fill Pensioners' Blanks, admin ister Oaths, take Depositions, acknowledge Deeds, Mortgages, and other instruments 0 writing. f JOHN JEFFER3. . Mrl8.'7T . 3esllsvUle. Monroe Cn. "We Harness -' and Saddle Sho WoodslleldOi TT VKRr.HNRR. informs the citlxsns Of H . Woodsfield and vicinity that be has opened a - SADDLE AND HiRNESS SHOP over Deiter'e Grocery, and will manufacture harness, saddloj, bridles, and all other artl oles in his basiness that the trade demands. Repairing done on short not loo and; at fair rates. .' Pieoes of harness, ' whips ana atraps kept oil hand. 'CM anf examine goods and obtain nnces.' - Goods 'warranted to be . LSAVB. ; v- AcCOm. Bellaire .......... ...... 5,55am,- Bridgeport . ...... . . . . .. 6:05am Steubenvllla 7:04am ,. alliance ,1:00pm Ravenna l;4optn ' Hudson 2.09 pm - Cleveland 3:l5pm. Bxpresa. ,t 1,56pm 2:05pni 3:01 pm ; 6:19pm 6;53pm :20pm 1 7:25pm TO CHICAGO Only 18 Honrs! is avt. . Acoom.' Bellaire 5:65am Bridgeport....'.. 6:05am . Steubenvlllo , . .7:04am Yellow Creek...'.. Alliance ........ .V... . . . 1 ,20pm Mansfiell 5,40pm . Fort Wayne 12 06am Chicago 6,00am. Express. .:1:55pm i. 2:06pai Olpia 3.48pm . 5,35pm 9,7.0pm : 2,40am . 8,00awi '-' SHERIFF'S SALE. '''John vs. ; t s . McMahon. Y vlrtnwf a certain order of sale leaned from tk eptfrt of oommon pleas, within and for te county of Monroe and 8tate of Ohio, la vase pending in said court between the abovmamed parties and to me directed,' I will ofit for sale at publio auction at the east door f the oonrt house in Woodsfield,' on ' I .' : " ' 1 Saturda, tkpih day of January, 1881, between to hours of lOo'olook a, m. and 4 o'olook pm., of said day, the following de scribed r esute, situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to :-.:, a 1 Beglnfife at a stone oa the north bound ary Un section six. township four and range flveud corner to Cox and Culbertson; thenoo wo, with tbe seotion lino forty per. ohes And Ine 'and a half links to a stone; thence soih twq degrees fifty minutes west one hnnid and thirty-three and a halt perches ti a stone, oorner to Mats; thenoo with his ne north seventy six and a half degreea eit sixteen , perches lo a stake; thenoo nth Mxty one and a half degrees east fonrtna perohes; thenoo north eighty seven degeveast twelve perohes to a stake; thence - irth . three degrees east 129 percbea Uhe place of beginning, eowtain. ing tain one acres and ninety ene-hnn-dredth of a acre, the aama beinc the west Tickets can be purchased ; to ; all points ft f teeastbalf of the northwest our. Steuben villa aueommodation leaves Bell aire at. 4 45 pm, Bridgeport at 5,00, and ar rives at Steubeuville at 6,05 pm. : Leaves Steubeuville at 7,50 a m, Bridgeport at 8.52 a m arrive at Bellaire at 9,05 a m. actly as represented, and rates roasouabfe. nov30,'80m3. ... r V tn the far West at the lowest possible rates, as" well as the East, and baggage checked to destination." For faUapartioulars, maps, etc, apply to M.'Gordon, Ticket Agent C.iF.R. R.. Bellaire. Ohio. ' '"H ' . ' ' ' V. K. HIMKa, ' Passenger & Ticket Ajent. 1s General SuperinteDdeat, life. l ' General" Pai 1 .JOBNTHOJCAS, tor .-of BKidBOtton, lying north of Mate's land. ; .But pr-erty so ordered to be sold is ap praised i $500, and may tell for two (birds ot Id appraistment. Term of tale Cash befd oonfirmatlon. '. ! ' , V'. WM.'XXADV deo2,5. I - Sheriff . C..O, W. F. Uiitfy.' ;- Queensware, ::B::'" QroCwrio.. I i"' ) - V ; ,YoU,can:bny any of the above artloles ,. cheaper at this plaoe than any other eUb 1 lishmeat In thooonnty. . g nov23,'8fJ. ' .. V'. LEGAL NOTICE.' 'Zll : ;. r ;;,,.;....; THE unknown heirs of Rhode Dewteat, de-A ieeased,. whose place of residenew as4 postoffloe address are unknown, will take ae '- tloe that a -petition was lied agalaet theea v Anil .11 l)ia iftllt 4. A... IB.fV. " --- 8 In . t n .nnrt n f nn, n m nn nl... .f 1J m eounty.'ohlo, by IHsabeth WlnlaDd aatlh.' rs, and is" now Tpendleg, wkereia iheseldV Kllaabetk Wlnlaod and other pray for the ' recovery ol the posketiion of, and damages ,. i the sum of $f00, for the wltUholdtnf of ! the eaid pesstsslen aud for partUloa of tV, following desoribed premises, situays la the county of Monroe and Bute of Obi, to'witf, ' A part of the west half of the nortfewesfr quarter of eeotlen' ten, township tlftmg' seven, commencing for tte iam at the mttihi I west eoraer or said seotion ten, tkeae east with the lino dividing seotiobe ten and. eleven to .the middle ot the Maofciaguva Crook; thenoo down said oreek with the meaader ings, thereof, to the middle- of. the road crossing eaid oreek,' and leiditag from.' Wood. " teld to Carlisle Ibone west With the middle of said road to the seotion lint dividing too-' tieneieu aud sfxteOn;: thenoo north with said ' line t tu pkecof heginnieg, eontaiainr tblrtv. acres more or loss. ( ,. ,..-,1,,. k v3 ht they are required to answer said pew tltion on e" before the 224 day X Janaarv. 1181. .. JAMBS WAT8" 2 r 'I '. . 8PRIGG3 ft DRIGasJ " ' " tnd PEARSON ft DOBIRTT,' ... . , , ,,.la,H1, .