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M SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TOI8DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1882. MRS, M. C. WEST, local Editor. Miss If ell Koontz, of Woods-eld, I Proceedings ot District Court, and Mise Mart Fkiock. of Miltonsburg,! Court convened on Tuesday, the 29 b left lor Richmond, Jefferson county, ult. Present, Judges J C. Hakce, Wm Saturday morning. j H. Ball and St. Clair Kellkt. In the matter ot the settlement a i gyla there a German in the State of j Ohio who cm lnce over the editorial columns of a single issue uf the Cincin nati Gazette and vote the Rppuhlican Marietta Times. Gen. Dawes, Take Notice. Editor Times: I see the following Index to New Advertisements. Proclamation. C. LlJDK Dentistry, Locals, Dry Goods, Appointment, Sheriff's Sale, Faim for Sale, Redemption, Redemption, J. A McCot. J. D. Hkihleiw Pro H.& I. Bum. W. W. Mkllott. C Lf de. W R Gray. S. A Atkinson. Rev A. C. Stewart will preach in the! , . aMli hU8 Executor of the the past three months to blackguarding Presbytetian Church here Thursday j Will of Nelson Hogue, deceased. Judg- and denouncing and abusing a national evenin 7 h and at Now Castle onthementof Court of Common Pleas sns ity to whom its party has been indebted jink f s i mhor ' tainin exceptions to acconm affirm -d j rear after year for its. political aucaesses. 9th and Ultn ot sep eraner Monroe Bank ! W itli a iurtemellt of a fanatic it now Mint the VVno'U field and Steuben ville ' lmmrines it can carry the State without Mutual Fire Ins. Company to recover ticket this fall ? We don't believe it. It j in the Meigs County Republican ot has devoted iwo-'tiirds of its space f"r PROBATE COURT PROCEEDINGS 'Au2 30. M Banner, Adm'r of the amount of insurance on stock of goods estate of John H tenner, oec n, ooinin- , wc.uuS.uS - - -- less denunciation of that class, as has not been heard since the days of Know- ef laic m viuu u '"i . .,,.. n,, rv i "l .1., ed an order to tell real estate at public that the Insurance Company pay the Nothingism. The Cincinnati Gazette nnriK -54.'-. BIUU uuu u' Iivi iuvu wwh , wnuiu ivi: a kiuu icuiuvimiv UU U " I costs. Motion for n new Anal overruled pelgn document this fall There was a Sunday School picnic at and exceptions taken 30 days granted Mnv,TT-s ttrnve. on Jackson's Ridge l prepare bill or exceptions on but Saturday. Four hundred ami Si A Atkinson' . , fifty persons tooK dinner time was had. i. imes. Sheriffs election proclamation this week. Remember the Fair on the 26ib, 27tb fcnd 28 h Prof. Watson's wife is visiting friends t Sardie, ... r :-,--..,, . in coo-inn hU week. - Miss Birdib Sprigqj Pleasant Valley. is visiting at Read H. & I. Blum's new advertise rnent this week G W. Hemlers'iot vs The Monroe ! D....1. f- art- Prrnr T .-nvf tn ll!p (in An enjoyable jara( n(1mt,nt lo ,,.,ition :n error in 60 i days and continued. The Monroe Hank vs Glens Fail Died. On the 29 h ul'., of cholera i jng o. pt al Appeal Demurrer over infantum, Henry E , infant son of Fred ! rule! Defendant excepts Heard upon AM Stoehr. aged 4 months and 26 j testimony, juim.-ni mai um poncj .- i.: no reinrmin as lira ten iur nuiiun ivm days. The parents uave inc s lu jaiuico : - " ' v ... . j new trial overruled Defen la NEAV LOCALS. of our people in this.iheir great bereave ment. Mr. J. C Clark who nas been visit ing Mrs. Clark's parents in Kansas, re turned home Saturday evening. Mrs. Clark stopped at Wheeling where she will remain a few days purchasing fall millinery goods. nt excepts and ullowed 30 days for preparation of bill of exceptions Edward Staler, et al, vs Christian Weber Appeal. Finding in favor of delendan's; petition dismissed at cost of next friend of plaintiff. Adj lurned. JSrWiihin the next twenty years to bacco raising in this county wjll decline, and sheep isising and dailies will be the C W. Lowe, put in a first class cistern hl , 90urce8 0f income. Of course. the jail last week. Mrs. Jacob Rbinhers friends In Pittsburgh. is visiting with the rowth of these industries the acreage in grain and grass crops will increase Belmont county has 48,007 white and 1,631 colored inhabitants. The Depot grocery is doing a large business in the produce line. Miss Emma Okkt, of Belmont county, ia visiting friends in this place. The attention ol carpenters is invited lo an advertisement in this paper. - - - Mrs. Freda Buckio of Woodtfield is visiting friends in Wheeling. Miss Ida Smith is visiting Miss Mol lis Groves at Smitlifbld. Ohio. mjf J. P. Uuvall. of Czirk, rrcentlv purchased in Jefferson county 24 ewes tSf The Cincinnati Commercial, Re publican, has this to say of Hubbell's looting business: The political history of this country presents no parabel to the present un blushing extortion of money trom clerks and employes of the Government to be used lor campaign purpos. s L;sts of such victims are care ullv made out, the amount to be txtraeifed from tiem set op posite their names, and the agents of Hnbttell are given permission In visit the Departments as often as they d -sire Dr. James A. McCoy, DENTIST, Will visit Stafford Sept. 11. 12 & 13. Lswisville, Sept 14. 15 A 16. Calais. Sept 18 & 19. Laughing Gas and the new Anaesthetic administered in the painless extraction of teeth. Call on Drat day and make your engagements. Sep. 5 2i. August 16tb "Charles Matthews. Esq , has heen ap pointed to a clerkship in the Pension O lice at Washington City. There were two or three applicants for the same po sition, amnnr them a thoroughly com petent soldiers' widow. No one can tel' however where Washington lightning will strike." I would remark Mr. Meigs County Re publican the reason the thoroughly com petent soldiers' widow didn't get Ilia Columbut appointmenl is because thoroughly com petent soldiers' widows don't have a vote ! in this countrv. And I would further remark that Rufus R Dawes will fim) out before midnisbt of Octoher 10; fi when Ihe lightning has struck in the Fifteenth Ohio DiMrtct ; he has no iisp for soldiers only to vote, and don't you forget we will see to these things a lit tle when the time comes. Veteran Soldier & Republican. Butter and Eggs. trom this date we will receive Bntter and gggs in exohange for DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, ClottLing, HATS, dfcO. Stock full and Complete With Goods suitable Tor the reason. Prices Always LoW. maj2,'82 A HARVEST FOR THE WHAT EOOTS TO BUY. Buy a pair of genuine ' Wulker Boots' and try them. We warrant our Boots in every respect. Watch the wear of other Boots. See if our Boots do not wear longer than any Boot made to measure by custom workmen in your neighborhood. A new pair cheerfully given if not as represented. A full line of Woraens, Mens, Boys- and Youths to do so, and to make personal remand; Rubber Boots. and 1 buck, all Spanish Merino register j on each employe for the amount for j ed stock Beforo leaving the farm wliere he purchased he sold two ewes to an Illinois dealer at a prolit of 870 The lot cost him a sum approaching $1000 Mis Mamie Wat, of Elm Cove, is visiting friends in this ihce. Turtle soup is a luxury enjoyed by some of our town people at this time. jfcg-Mr. t. H. Devore of the dry goods house of Rhodes & Co , Whet-ling, is the boss clerk. He knows jut how to wait on his customers. Mr De vore wisiits to sav to his friends in Monroe that he will be pleased to re ceive orders and will take great pleasure in filling them 3f D n't forget the fair, a good time is promised, let the people bring all and everything to make it interesting and all awsrds will be promptly paid. iEv- the campaign, that .is to sav Si John Schumacher, of Mour.dsvillr, 1 ervthiDg is being done by the managers spent Sunday with friends in Woodsfield. ' lo make it the host Fair ever held in the county, liberal premiums are offered in The lime of holding our Fair has been changed to the26ib, 27th and 28th. Miss Maqqik Rkibherb is visiting her brother, Jacob Reibherr. in this place Mr. Hkkrt Brown aud wife, of Bealls ville, ate visiting friends down the river Mies Mollis Hontkr is visiting Miss Lizzie Randolph at Blanchester, Ohio. every drpar'ment . Don't borrow tliis pap;r. Send 81 50 to Ibis office and read your own paper. P. c'chcmacbeb, Jr , and wife, of this place, are visiting friends at Massidon, Ohio. Mr. Jos. Paith, of Sinnuer's Stati n, Guernsey c un',y, wis in town last Saturday. HW Jaccb Litman, of Ohio township, was tried last week before A. G W. Porrsrfor an assault with intent to kill Jas A Blizzard Litman was bound over to Court in the sum of 8500 J. T. Morrill. Eq , appeared for the State and Ssodghass & Overs, of Ne Mar linsville, West Va.. for the defendant. There were 28 applicant at the teachers' examination held in Giaysville on the 26 h ult Seventeen received certificates as follows : For 3 years, 2 For 2 " .2 For 18 months, 3 For 12 4 For 6 6 nhifh hfe his been assessed If he nas promptly, his name Is strm k off the lis ; if he delays, he is cheerfully assured the agent will call on him again. It is estimated by those who have cal culated the numb3r of erap'oye's of tire Government and the amount of theii wages, that if the two per cent assess ment is all collected at once it will yield a fund of 82 000 000 But suppose only one half of it be collected, a fund of 81,- 000 000 will he created, te avowed ap plication of which is to be in close or doubtful Congressional districts through out the land. The votes needed to car rv the districts for a I ministration can didates are, in p'ain language, to be bought up. The pretense that the fund is to be used to defray the ordinary expenses oj is to be paid out for a ivertising, prin ing, is thin as Hubbell's pretense that the contribu tions are solicits! on purely voluntary principles There is not an individual engaged in this disrepu'able business who does not kno better. It is simply a large corruption fund The most serious aspect of it is thai the assessment of clerks and employes is made with the assent of the heads of Departments. No one of them is known to have made even the mbdeet pro'est against this collection of Republican in ternal revenue. On the contrary, the doors of all Departments are cheerfully thrown open, and Hubbell's assessors invited to enter. It remains for the people to c rie t this evil. It is evi lent there is no hope of a remedy from Washington. And this ia not difficult to do. The plain way is not to vo'e for any Congressional candidate who is known to be the bene ficiaiy of a fund ex'orted from employes of the Government. BOSTON BOOT fc SHOE HCTJSE, Bellaire, Ohio. N'w Bank Building. j D. HE1NLEIN fe BRO., Prop's. S-pt. 5, 1882 6t. A Religious Paper's Views. Catholic Universe. Much can be said, however, and dis rlonntncreouslv. in connection with Re- o publican action on the liquor question. Instance Mr. Foster's harrangue at E'vria. He charges that the "execution of the Sunday closing law was resisted cenerally where the Democratic nartv have control of th officers charged with the duty of enforcing the law." N w Gov. F ster throughout this entire hu- inpss assumes to champion a L'rra' Sacrificed to Hubbell. Washington, August 29. The ger. tlemanly collector bhll haunts the de partment with a persistency tha' is car rying misery into many a household At th.s season of the year most of the clerks in the departments are u det extra exper.82 in givit g their wiv-s and children the benffit of fie-h air and freedom from malaria, and Ihe coming pay-day will nnd the clerk wi'h liUle in his pocket two hours after drawing hissalaiy. It is the custom of the colliders to visit the departments on pa-iay and pounce upon the clerks im mediately they are paid. The. arrest and tiial yesterdav of an ex tortionate colored money-lender who had lu.on i-imruinuf as hitfll 88 18 Pd Cdlt 8 HIGH PRICES REPUDIATED! No Compromise! 1 tJ A Ua rnnnKt "V f T? n M h Kr3S" SrVUontii f-r the u,e of money, brought . .. - J.. w nut the faet that many of the clerks immorality of Republican practices. Yet in the sentence of Gov. Foster which we have just quoted, he makes a misleading statement knowing it to he false. He knows full well Cleveland offleers are Republicans, and the Sunday closing law has been made a mere farce here This is immoral conduct on the part of Gov Foster ; a champion of morality must be consistently moral. JUST RECEIVED, At the City Bakery, an immense stock i of Fine and Common Candy, which was jmade to order, and warranted free from ' cri ape sugar or any other adulteration. Bn ad, Cakes, Pies, Cheese and all kinds of Canned Goods. JACOB REINHERR. What has become of ihe pike bond! fjrjudge Martin, aitornov, Josiah bill? Is the Council afraid to submit it' Cbeasey, Secretary of the Woodsfield to a vote ? Mr. James A. Dkiggs and New Castle, this month. will family of move to Wood? field The Boston Boot and Shoe House ad dresses our readers in this issue. See business notices. Dr. Armstrong and wife, and Miss Cabbie Marhell. of Lewisville, visit ed in town last Friday. Hogs sold in Chicago at 89 25 per hundred pounds last week, the highest price for twenty-' wo yesrs. Bob. R'cMcllen, of Bt llaire, charged wjtb highway robbery, escaped from the St. Clairsville jail last week. Mr Isaac McCunDT, of Wadesville. West Va.. has moved back to bis old home, New Caatle, this county Mr. W. R. Gbat, of near Antioch, of fers bis farm for sale, it is one of the best farms in Perry townebipp. and Stubenvdle Mu'ual Fire Ins. C., and Mr. T. W. Campbell, short hand reporter, of Steubenville, attended Dis trict Court last week. Mr. Campbell was appointed by the Cmrt to cffhially report the testimony in the cases on trial. Married. On August 2d, by E L. LtnCH. Eq.. o' Perry township. Miss Mart E. Uilom to Mr. Spencer H. Watke. Auru9t221. by Rv. J. B Weisin- ' ger. Miss Jo8rniKE FJCBBEMBXCH to Mr. Giokgk Maker August lSibj by W B. Neiswanokr. Esq , of Frr.nklin township, Miss Ellen Thompson to Mr Hamilton Denbow. Ansoal 27t.li , by the same, M:ss Ra chel Dkkbow to Mr Henry Dillon. Sept 2, by Rev. Ecokne P Edmonds, at the residence of H B. Hill, Isaac H Fr x and Sarah Jane Twinem both of Monroe county. "FREE WIIISKY AM NO SUNDAY.' Extract from the Address ot Henry Mulhauser. a Hamilton County Republican, Before the Late Brewers' Convention at Cincinnati, July 27, 1882. LADIES, Do not nuy a pair of shies until you see the latest styles. Our fall stock is now complete in. every department. We now have in store the following latest styles which we would be pleased to have von examine whether you purchase or not. London toe Peh. Goal Pol. Eng. tie with patent leather tip. Lor don toe Glove Ki I Bi ton with pat ent kailier Hp cur kid foxed. London toe Glove kid P 1 cir kid foxed bather tips Hooks and tips. London toe Glove kid Button Straight Goat foxed leather tips. French and Paris kid in all widths. BOSTON BOOT 4 SHOE HOUSE, Bellaire. Ohio. J D. HEINLEIN & BRO , Prop's. Sep 56 . New Bank Building. tWThe Cincinnati Commercial, Re publican, remarks : "There is no temoerance issue in Ohio There are no constituiional amendments pending there is no partv demanding free trade in whisky, and none, with the exception of the usua' crowd, insisting that we must have pro hibition. There is a temoerance qnes lion before the people of Iowa, and Ihe people of Kansas and the people of In diana but there ia no such thin" in Ohio, and we do not think the Republican partv in this State can afford to permit Deacon Foster and Governor Smith to run the campaign on an imposture, which whatever may he t lie result on lite Slate tickets means the sacrifice of Re publican Congressmen and that each city of the Stale shall become a citadil of the Democracy " The issue before the people of Ohio is whether the corrupt L-gislature and ; Congress shall bo endorsed. out the fact that many were absolutely compelled to anticipate their salaries at this throat-cuMing rate 0 meet the demands of the collectors of Jay Hubbell's commiMce. Store Crowded from Morning Until Night! A Guide tor Surveyors. In sccordaoce with Section 131 of thr Revised Statutes, a code of rules or in structions for County Suiveyors has been liw ihe Secretary of S'ate The LXV. General Assembly made a small appropriation for lte compilation of this work, and Mr B. F B wen ard James Caren, Eq , weie p qugsted to assist in he preparation of the rules, with which rrqaest thev complied, with much credit to themselves Tite County Surveyors, at their meet ing in this citv, held during last spting requested such action on the part of the Secretary of Slate, ibat there might be a uniform systtra in use hv all County Sur veors, and it is believed that this work will fill all feuch n quirt iter.ts. 6oZum bui Times in Bales Izxxxxioi3.se! The Bottom Out of the Dry Goods Carpets and Ready Made Clothing Trade! Excavation in the Roman Forum, which are still going forward, are ex pected ere long to bring to light the an cient fribnne from wt-ic'i the orators ad dressed the people. R ;mnants of freizes and columns that have recently been found in the Fjrum have heen set up on brick pedestals as fast as they come to light. Pieces of the old pav-ment have heen fastened together by means of Venetian mo aic cement. lOrThe lightning rod swindlers havf been ueUine in some good wik amony the farmers of Monroe County and a number who thought they were geUing rods to their buildings at a very cheap rate, have discoveted that lightning rod grangers don't work for nothing anil board ihemselve8 too The Spirit ad visee all to resist pavment'and savs thai no patent rilit or other swindler can oh ain a verdict from a jury in Monroe County, which i very gool advice, ami it would be well to follow it elsewhe-e It does 8 em strange aiter all the experi ence and anv amount of caution that hat been given, there are still .men greet; enough to be taken in by almost en swindler that c mes along Entcrprite. Mrs. M. Watchtkr, Springdale, Pa. Mv Cttforiiii Cstarrh is much better.from the ue ol Pemjna. New Line of Pall and VFlutur Dress Goods, Silks? Satins, VWts. Caihtneres, Repps, iilaakets, Ladies' and ChlldMU'a Cloaks. Dolmans and Ciroulara in Beater aud .Diagonal. c O T H I iWhen you come to the Fair call and examine our stock of Guns, Stoves, Sugar Kettles, or anything else you de sire in the Hardware line. Prices as low as the lowest. Aug 22. C E HARLAN About 300 people attended the Sunday School picnic at Orr's. in Green town ship, on Thursday, the 3lst ult. John Harris, ol Goshen township, Delmont county, has a four year old steer that weighs 4,900 pounds. Miss Mattik Webb, daughter of Dr. W.G. Webb, of Cameron, was visiting at Auditor Atkinson's last week Mrs. P. Dorr, of Miltonsburg. and Miss Louisa Kotzbuk, of Malaga, visit ed Mrs. Loois Horfflf.r last Friday. Mrs, Aucs LNO and Miss Leer Lynch who have been visiting friends in Sistersville returned home last Sunday. ; County Commissioners Proceedings The Board met on the 28th ult., pres ent J. Lif.dei.len, J. Affoi.oer, and N D. Garden. Allowed Wm Hathorn 8100 for work done on Browu Run road, Perry town ship. G. W Coultas $3:.7 50 for erecting bridge at mouth of Atkinson's Run, Adams township. Fifd Stoehr 8150, part payment for repairing Court oom. E. K. Morris de Bro , 8129 10 for coal for county The cost bill n th' case ol Ohio vs Jacob Caruenter wm allowed. Aribur Oitey 61 for erecting monu ments to county road. Jacob Leihfarth 8150 pirt payment on ahutmen' contract m R'ng a mill Adjourned to meet at Scocl s school houe, Summit township. Zauesville Signal. "Li9t year the persons who were ac tive In the management of the Cleveltnd Republican C invention gave us their solemn promise ihat if the support here tofore extended to the party, should he continued to Govenor Foster and his friends on the ticket through the then approaching compaign, no laws injuri ously affecting our interests 8h ul 1 be passed. "In violation of this solemn compac t however, the Pond and Smith laws were forced through the legisla'ure an I coup led with provisions rendering Ihe Pond laws especially tyrannical and odious to every honorable man in any way inter ested in this business." In view or the foregoing, ain't FoMrr and his crowd nice specimens to talk ahout the Democratic party as being the par'.y of "free whisky an I no Sunday?' They took Die money of the brewers and distillers and used it to carry the Slate of Ohio, under a solemn c impact that the Mq ior and brewing interests Bhootd not be interred with, and n'tc the hrewers and distillers bad complied with their part of th solemn t" mpact, i hey found themselves betrajed in the hou'c of their friends This is no Democratic partv quarrel. hut one solely between the Republican party and their late a'lies. EVERY CHILD, hi is Mist and Mm Wes, In tne Year 1882, Will be pre tented with their FIRST FAIR of SHOES If their parents will bring them to the We carry the Largest Stock of Ready Uade Clothing in the city, and can fbovb it. We sell Sood Clothing Lower than anv Hortse in the City, and can raors it. We do the Leading Business and oan pr.,vb it by a Large Majority CARPETS 75 Different Patterns Now in Stock Consisting of Hemp, Rag, Ingrain, Medium and KxtraHnper. Stair and Hall Carpet to rflatcb. in Venet an and Brussels, Tapestry ana Baay Brussels, at rricaa mai wm asionisn the Closest Bayers. 234 Union lrecl. Bellaire tthio. Tli Xj,rsest Dry Goods, Car, ret ,nOL OlotHlxis House in tn Oity. COMMERCIAL. Hiss Mattik Fdbgbacher nd her Bister, of New Maiamoias. aie visiting, at tbeii Uncles, Mr Jifn Bdbgbachkb. Fbid Stokhr will have the C-urt room improvements completed in time for the October term of Common Pleas Court Informal ion concerning the Fair can be obtained by addressing James Wat son. or GkobUb P. Dobs, Woodsfield, Ohio. Invest in lottery, tickets and draw a blank. Prixes aie rtSJrved for members of the companies and others who are fortunate cnousb to be in the "ring." Treasurer Rrooseqoer took charge oi the Treasurer's otllue yesterday, the 4th inst. The retiring Treasurer, Mr. John Gatchell performed the duties to the atisfaction h the people. James Rochanan, lormerly of Woods field, Guard in the Penitentiary, was struck with an iron br by a convict named Durham one day last week aud aerioasly injured. . Baruesville Fair. For solid enjoyment, we would advise our readers to spend one or two days recreation in visitins: the GrcU Fair of Eastern Ohio. Tina will be held at Bamesville, O iio, S pt. 19, 20, 21 and 22, and it is expected that an immense crowd of visitors will he ptesen'. As this is preininenllv ' The Farmer Fair' cf this part of the Siate, arrange ments are being made for an extensive display of the products of the Farm and Garden. We are BootlShoe House. TW'IVS IT ILL RECEIVE TWO PAIR EACH, TRIPLETS THREE PAIR EACH. We Carry the Largest and Most Ya rted Slock in Bellaire. Fall stock now Complete. SOLE AENT FOR Celebrated Boot and Shoe. A. 'new pair cheerfully jriven if not as repre sented. NBW BANK. BUILDING, Bellairo, Oiiio. Tlie dedication of St. jacob'a. Cuurcb last Sunday was largely ait -nded, notwithstanding the rain and mud. There were poisons from various points in and out of the county in attendance The foieno-'n services began about 11 o'clock bv music bv a &'-lect choir, followed by prayer by Rev. Bodmer, of Powhatan. The dedication sermon, was preached by Rev. Winterick of Woodslleld. We a e not a judge of German preaching as we cannot "ferslay," hut from the attention paid by those who could understand, the sermon mint have been an able one At the ciose of the sermon Rv. Schim el, of Buckhill, spoke for sora" time, a -ter which ihe choir "discoursed" pome very harmonious minic. Miss Lzz;e Baumberger and Miss Tho n n.ol Duck bill, were the organists for the occasion, whose playing showed that they were musicians of no mean a'tainments. K?v. Bodmer, of Pohatan, preached a ver acceptable sermon at the afternoon ee Never before did we have the pleasure of showing such a beautiful Jstook of all kinds of DryGoods, Carpets &,Clothing, AT SUCH UMEXCEPTIOISALL LOW PRICES. Our Grand Specialties FOR THIS SEASON WILL BE BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES, Black and Colored Silks, Woolsfiell Produce Harket. OORBBCTBD WEEKLY BT P. 8CBT1!4".1KR. JB. Monday, September 1, 1882 Klour, per barrel $6 00 Flour per hundred 3 00 Wheat, per bushel 90 1 OOal 10 1 25 1 15 ,.'......'.....'..3 00a3 50 50 3035 00 Corn. " Corn meal " Barley, " Beans, " Oats, " Potatoes, " rinles,.w2reen Butter, pot pound 18 Dress Ooods, J. D. HEINLEIN & BRO., PropTs.j Bcpt5 t2U5. fi-lf you want the lightest draft, plow and the one that will turn the nice t frirrpw buy the Oliver Chilled. Aug 15. C E. HARLAN Elesrant New and Fancy EVERY STYLE TR IMMING TO MATCH. Ladies' Silk and Satin Dolmans. Baeswax, " Beef, Bacon, ' Lard, Calfskins, " Candles, " Fish, " Feathers, " RagB, Sugar. " Sugar, maple" Tallow, Tea, ' Coffec.green Coilee, browned, Coal. 20 ....10al5 . 1518 . 12al5 .... 10 ....12al5 ....5Ht .... 45 ....1U . ..9al2i .... 12 8 .60al 20 ...12ial6 ...1517 8a 10 Eggs, per dozen 12 Hay, per ton $810 Hides, green, per pound 5 Onions, " Molasses. Orleans, per gallon.. .75al 00 Snrohnm mnUssnn. npr cat loo 60 Svrun. Der gallon SinU nr barrel 1 40 SoaD. country.. tVn.id np.r nord 3 00 - - - - ftooiaeld stock Market. Sept 1 Cstth 4a6c per pound Sheep 3a4c per pound, pound gross. Hogs 4a5 per Mew fork. Sent 1 Flour ' 4 66V7 SO; Wheal 1 12; Corn 85h90c; Oats43a52c; Rye 76c; Barley 1 10 iC-i?' Fai lies leaving an order with C E HARLAN, ot Woodsfiejd, for BUCK EYE SUPER PHOSPHATE can have it filled at any time. Aug 8 aho authored to! vice, as did also Rev. Burkhart, of Mil , , , . I tonsburg, at the evening service The of Pare Bred Stock,; u . . , , fromQ C,P11 swie mai iue ..,3,ajr . u.c u,c.. o-.u, ; hnr.ll ,,. i- . vpru neat (ramfi strllf. especially of Cattle and Sheep will not ' ,ure an(j srge enough for a country be (xcelled at any local Fair in this part j church It was built by Mr. J H. r rv.;.. I Bi'ner of tbis township, who has done i i I ill i . i '"Farmers, when oubuyaGTHin Drill you should be sure it hs- a Posi tive Force Feed. The SUPERIOR has it. It also has many other excellent qualities which recommend it. Call at C. E. HARLAN'S and examine it Sills, cfe CLOTH CLOAKS AJST OOLMATVH. Also, Fall and Complete Assortment of MEN'S AND BOX'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. CARPETS OF ALL KINDS. Ifallimore. Sent 1 Flour 5 00a7 25 ; Wheat 1 10; Corn 85c; Oats 41a45c; Rye 68e Cincinnati. Sept. i.Flour 4 70a6 00; 01; Corn 7ic: Barley 75. Oats 35c; Wheat 1 Rye 79 CATTLE MARKETS. his work well It was profusely and lastefully decorated with evergreens and The Sweepstakes Pacing and Trotting matches on Thu.-s lay and Friday iH , fl )wer9 fr u,e occasion by the following .imply repay the attendance of all lovers j young ladies: Mies Lna Brackbebler, of the Turf. the two Miss Friddles, Miss Agnes Railway fare at reduced rates. I Lude, Miss Maggie Arhn, Miss Maggie Flauhans. Miss L'zz e Bnumberger, Mrs. Governor Sanfor l's stock farm, at j Lena Lipp and Miss Lizzie Thoenen of Pnir. Aim California, consists of 2.000 ! Buckri ill. Several very large and ele- li Hank, our Style: cf W ul Urn's fe m Hi PLOW your groui d with a SYRACUSE Cii'led Steel Plow; then use BOWKER Phosphate, with a MONARCH Drill, and you wont fail have a good crop of wheat. The RACUSEisthe lightest draft Plow in the world. All to be had from P SCHUMACHER, JR., & BRD August 8, 1882 rcii at the sVikit office for job Qur prices are from $1 to $10 Lower than vbj other House. printing from a visiting card up to a full I sheet poster Letter heads, business We Only Ask You to Come and teee Us. -ard on envelopes, statements and bill ' , 11 1 he ads orinted on short notice. QT iTlCBS tft&l $0$ ttOUSe ill W UeeiULg Of JDeAlAifB. We Represent Ihe Largest and Most Fashionable Factories in New York, Thoroughbred Registered Bull At J K. MILLER'S in Woodsfield.-- . I Cn 1 ion ( .),...,., ain1 Min nuli.il V.a. acres, ano lias upon n uuu nurses, louignui nuuqucvo uwia'tu of which are blooded brood maics. erv thing was done that could be done xt i.. .ii ui . i, i .iv.i .,.. ,r.' mi. nn ilio n art il t h p Ifidieq tn bpaulKv the! der 2:25. and Piedmont, the most valu; church.-Cnfon Independent, lsjjlnqu're of Joa Moblr ou the farm bl., has made his mile in 2sl7. ' ti. July 4, 1882. Jersey r4X n ov WIM. BE COXv-IXrED. al Ihe Popular Torner H. fo I. 3IL.XJVr, lOO cj 14J. E3iHi.03it St., E3ellire, Ohio. Whcellns Live Slock Market. Wueeuno, Aug 31.--Business has been very good the past week ; not more than twenty-five head of cat le were found at the yards vester ay, and they were quoted at 45c. Hogs 7a8c Calves, per head, 5 C0-.8 00. Si.eep wooled, 5:.6i'-; clipped, 3 4u Baltimore Live Stock Market. CalY-Rton Live Stock Scales. MondaT. Aug. 28 1882. f PRICED OF 11EEK CATTLE AT THE MARKET Till- WEEK Verv best on sale this week 6 50 7 00; that generally rated flrM qualiti 5 75 6 50; medium or good fair quality 4 75a 5 75; oidinary thin steers, oxen and cow. 3 00' 4 25; extreme range of pri ees 3 00 17 00 ; most of the safes were from 4 75a6 25 Milch Cow's Tiarle is alow. Prices a' wholesale 30a50 per head, in bunches Hogs. Prices lOallc, With extra ilallfC. . Sheep Wi quote sheep al 3 'ew nellipg at either rxireine. Lambs dull it 4-6.; the qua'ity of the oflerings Is not as goort as la t weetc. Chicago Sept. I Hogs Mixed 85h8 60; hesvv 8 609 25; light 1 75a8 65; skips 5 00a7 60 Cattle Mixed butchrrs' 2 40.4 50; sloekirs and te'drra 3 304 50; range weak: Txans 3 90a4 50; bal'breeds 65-5 50. Sheep Market stronger and fairly ar- tive common to mediirm 3 00 3 50; me- lium lo good 3 75 .3 90; choice 4 20a 4 40. Wheeling Wholesale Market. Wheeling. Tuesday. AUg 2S Grain New wheat, 81.00 ; corn. 81.00 oats 50c Fl ur Kw fl ur has appeared anrj U offering at 5 50..6 00. All brands or old mrs have been marked down 2oCi Choice arpber. 6 75u7 25; medium aic ber, 6 C06 25; Wisconsin. 6 75a7 00; Minnesota ex'ra. 7 7aa8 00; fancy St. Louis. 8 00-8 50; fancy patents, 8 25a 8 75; cm meal, per hubel. DOc; oat-- meal, fancy, per barrel, 5 7us6 00 common. 5 25; re flour, per barreb 5 50,5 75. Cheese quoted at Sc for prime Western and 131.15 for New York. Sei'er 16iltc, according to quality. Limburser lzc; Seeds The prices are as follows i timothy 2 65; clover 5 00.5 60; Blue Grass 1 10; orchard gra-s 2 00 Vinegar Double strength wise vine." gar, 25a30c. standard, 1113 j ; ldlld for country stock wine vinegar 50c. Diled Fruits-We quote prime quar tend apples at 5.6.; evapoiated apples 13 14c per pound ; evaporated pesche (unpniie't) 18c per pounds Wool "thU s'aple still remaining at 3738c and is quiet Featheis Live gresc firm at 50a5oci 4045c for mixed Butter Wholesale .rice is 13-14 per pound. Ginseng ts once t f e coming in the market and is quoted at 1 75-2 00. Apple Butter 5c per pound. O ls Lard oil, ex ra western straitiedj 95ca$l 00; carbon oil. 8:; white miueia' oil. winter strained. 67c. Ropswsi No. 1, 12c Salt-Per ba:ii) 81 00. Honey Scarce at 16 1 1 7 n?r p-nnd. Tallow Market steady country 6a6yd per pound; city 7a7u. B ans Receipts c m in slowly and demand sleadv; prime n vie 3 75; do medium 3 50; hotter do 3 25a3 40; ed k dney 2 75a3 00; red pink 2 75a 3.25 ; limas 7c. Wool. Philadelphia, Sep il Wool Fir ner but not higher; improved demand; Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, X3 and ahve, 4042c ; medium 40a42c; coarse 34i35c; New York. Michigan and Indiana Wesicn 37a40c; medium 444oc; coHise 34i35, washed cobbing and d'lnine 33a48c; unwashed 2o. 35c j pul ed 3336c FASHION -VOTES. A ruche of lace is the new trimming for parasols; An enameled gold bow is the new or nament lor fasiening honneUstnngs. VelVet bodices are wom with broca ded grenadine tkiits of the color of the velVi-ti New collars of liren are cm in battle ment squares an I edged with narrow Vnlenciennes lace. Close-titting jackets of fancy red ot blue ct-tu are worn with dark woolen of silk tk rt at the si aside, ' jM