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i THE SPIRIT Of DEMOCRACY TUESDAY, JUNE S, 1884. rm ! l- MRS. H. . WEST, Local Editor. MASONIC DIRECTORY. Immi TxtivKr No. 189 F. and A. M ,t. t afawinic Hall in Woodfield, on W.Jn1.T nrt-nifiro. on or before each fall mm. H. B. Hill, W. M4 Jas. B- Morris, bWt. WnnTHtmcT.Ti Chaptkr Ho. 85. B. A. M.. seat in Maaooic Hail. Woodsfield. on Mon day evening after full moon. J. P. Sfhiogs M. X. H. P.; 3 as. R. Morris, Sec'y . CHl'RCH DIRECTORY. St 8TT.vmrntR's Catholic CmjRcn Rev. Tether WxisiNORR. Pa.tor. Services at 8 ana 10 o'clock A M Sunday Sehoot at 2 T. Ji., mnA TLiwAiralk at 3 P. M. ZT-m at o i . t. U. K m. o. miuk.1i."'"" Choreh Wood.field. twy Sabbath. P'fh- at r v. Pastor. Rev. H. D. 8TAUFRRR. . PmtaBTTMUAH Church Servioes at Preo- yteriaa Chares. Woodsfield. every two weoks. . . a tt iv r o-.v. 4 vt,v.lr v v Manama aaooam. jw. InefcanAn. every two week, beginning Sab bath. Jan. 27th. 1H A.K. New Castle every twe week, beginning Jan. 90th, 11 A. X V. W. T. vABROWAY. Index to New Advertisements. Insurance, SlerifTs Sale, Grocery i Local, Local, Notice to Heirs, Sheriff's Sale, Bedemition Notice, Local, W. V Walton. C Lcdr. H. F. PURKHEAD. Baker Lode. G RlCBMRR. R K. Waltoh. C Lcdr S A. Atkinson C. E. Harlan. Mrs. J. B Drisqs ia visiting friends S Bellalre. The Coonty Commissioners are in sea ion thia week Strawberries are selling in Barnesville at SO cents per quart. Chari.it Bom baa been found agair. This time out in Illinois. Mrs. I. P. Fabqohab is visiting friends la Card well, Noble county. 4 tttV roof OO GtOSOR KBTTBREB's tore improves its appearance. , Personal property in this county, for taxation, is valued at f 1 .825.025. W. T. WaLTax's Insoranee BdvertNe ttrnt win be found ia thia paper. Jots B Davenport, of Wheeling, is vWtiag friends in this place. f?. F. H out kr and J". B. Drioos at leaded Belmont county Court last week - Mr. H F. Hcbkhkad has filed bia hond and will open a cigar factory soon Jilt W. F. Hchtkh is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr Waio, at aarington. The soldiers graves at Stafford and twisville were decorated by the G. A. Major JiwtTt Pambb. Bsvenne Col lector for thia District, was in town last If yon want B d Receipts call at The Spirit office, or send your order to Brno office. JJ W. Dohebtt, Editor of the Gazette left bere last Saturday for the Chicago Convention. WrxuAX Read's dwelling has been greatly improved ia appearance by a coat of green paint. J F Booth. EatoR and Geor3I Gavcbsll left here last week to attend college at Mt. Union Attention is invited to the insnrance advertisement of A. G. W. Potts, of BecaiUe, this ounty. The advertisement of H. F. Btmx head's grocery store will be found in this issue. Give him a call. Misses S. M. OSXT. Fwmv Harlan and Hattie Hill attended a concert at CartWe, NoWe coonty, last Friday. Mac Gamble, Clerk on tbe Steamer CoBTter is the boas clerk on tbe line bej tweea Wheeling and Parkerebnrg. The jfostmsater general has Issned an order forbidding the use of poaloffices as a place for posting any kind of adver tising. Quite a number of stock dealers in Belmont and Guernsey counties lost con siderable by the railnre of tbe Penn Bask of Pittsburgh. Miss M attie Judkims was present at tbe mafriage of Miss Clara Hatcher, of "smafaga, to Mr James Whitb, of Sr. Clairsville, last Thursday. Hon. W N. Cowdeh. of Guernsey county, attended tbe meeting of the Wool Growers Association held in thU da na Satnrdav. the 3 1st alt. His re. marks were highly instructive and inter easing. e showed the greet injustice done lbs wool interest by tbe tariff of March, 1883, and dwelt at considerable length npon the importance of having the wool tariff of 1867 restored. The resolutions a iop'ed are published in an other column. tWDoat fail to see the stook ot WAches Jewelry c, one door north of W. O- All kinds of repairing on W atch es, Clocks Ac. A. F.KISAB. arried. In Marietta, May 26th, by v.. n ft Tlmm-iMsoR. Mr. John UaO- e-- of Mtjnroe coonty, and Miss Re atccA S. Parb, of Dswes, Wsshington oooaty. arTbere is a new invention for the purpose of abolishing the bit in horse's mouth. It coosists of a steel band placed over the front bone of the no? e, and is said to be better than a bit, be- aot so ernei. tramp Is now enjoying the i country air snd sleeping under tbe apple trees, with the perfume or blos soms ae a narcotic He is also busy looking for a Job of gardening, but nev er finds one to suit him. JgayThe citizens of Barnesville, pre sn'ed McClelland, Editor of tbe Ea tcrprise, with a fine gold watch st tbe Ciy Hall in that place a few davs since. Mc. has done more for tbe buainess in terests of tbe town tbsn any half dozen men in it, and the citizens appreciate his enterpriu. RAKER a lude, At the Woodsfield Cigar Factory are prepared to All orders for stogies by the hnndred or thousand. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Jane 3 it. The cart-wheel hat is the latest. and it does not belie its name as to sie. They are fine (or picnics, where there is plenty ot room, but a little inconvenient for Sunday school purposes, as not more than three gnls can occupy one pew. tV Mr. S. D. Ford, who recently sold his Jewelry store in Woolsfield, has opened a jewelry and watch establish ment in Ntw Athens, Harrison county Mr Ford is a stealv mai, an excellent workman and the citizens of Niw Athens and ioh'.ty cm relv upon his represen tations in their dealings wi a him. We wish him success. Meeting of the Democratic Execu tive Committee. The Democratic County Executive Committee will meet in Woodsfield at 1 of June for the transaction of important nu9jneM All the members arc request- f(1 In he niltl. - - H R. WEST. Chairman. A Atkinson. Secretary Cambridge Jeffersoaian. 29th nit. O Friday niutal a, dastardly attempt was made to bum down the stable of Herman Schultz, of this place. Tne fire had a go id start bu went out, and. Mr Schults was not aware of the villainy until Saturday morning when he discov ered that boards and bay had been char red, and that One ear of his valuable horse had been scorched. Star Lightning Hod. Mr. Gkoroe Richner, of Jerusalem, this county, is agent for this rod, which is pronoanced by scientists to be the best now rflhrei to the public Parties desiring their buildings rodded can deal with Mr. Ric.iNF.it with safety, as he is not engaged in selling a swindle, but sells at a fair price, and puts up the rods in a workmanlike manner. Address him at Jerusalem, Monroe County, Ohio. W John M Ebkrle, Proprietor of the Miltonshurg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets snd Tombstones 25 per cent, lower than any other establishment in Monroe coamy Work from his shops can be seen all over the county. Ma.RBiEii.-On Msy 1st, by JoBH B Camden, Esq , of Bethel township. Miss Julia A Mans to Mr. Elias M. Mob- BEBLT. Mav 10th, by O F. Flirt, Eq., of Washington township. Misa M. J. Ba keb to Mr Georoe Bark. Mav 11th, bv Jobr jKrrjRS, Esq.. of Snnsbnry township. Miss Eliubeth Hattborr to Mr Wm. H. Andrews. Mav lltb, by George W. Noll; Esq.. or Ohio township, Miss Elizabeth Christ to Mr. C. E. Mozera. May 20th, by Rev. O. C. Klocksiem, Miss Ida Sutkr to Mr David Hter. XarJoiiN M. Eberlr Proprietor of tbe Miltonsbutg Marble Works,' is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones t23 percent, lower tbsn any other establtsument In Monroe coonty. Work from bis shops can be seen all over the county. Bellaire Tribune. All the pool rooms U Bellaire are get ting signs printed to hang up over their billiard tables; giving notice tiiatjiere afler there is to be no playing tor "checka" or money. Tbe recent action of Judge Killey at Woodsfield on the verdict for gambling found against tbe keeper of 'a billiard tahle who allowed bis patrons to play for checks, is the im mediate catiHe of this movement. The law makes playing for anything of value gamhling, and if enlorced will have a tendency to lessen the cbsrm of the pool tsble. . Che playing here was "pedro" for checks not pool or billiards. Ed. Spirit tw You can save 25 per cen . by leaving votir orders for Monuments, Headstones, etc., with J. M. Ebeble, Proprietor of tbe Miltonshurg Marble Works All work and material guaran teed as represented. Apr. 15m6. fTe quiet village ol Beallevills, says the Tribem, was considerably work ed up Sunday evening, tbe 25th alt., by tbe announcement of the arrival of tbe "fallen minister," Be a dell who mysie rioasly left that village last year io com pany with a young lady, and was sfter wards dismissed as a minuter from tbe Ohio Conference. It was circulated in tbe afterpart of tin day that Mr. Bea dell would have something to say at tbe close of services st the M . E Church, and a large congiegatirn nssemhlod After- ae'vlce. hy permission of the pastor. Mr Beadell brie y arUrcosea tbe audience in an apparently hnmb'e manner, anu in nis rem uKs aaiu mat ne bad found the way of the tr&n-gre-sor was bard, nnd that he had agaia united with the church and had been taken into full membership, and he said that he thought that it was his duty to appear an.1 ask forgiveness of the people of Beallsvilie, and ask for the sincere prav ers ol the church. Whilst the great body of those who heard him were ready to forgive, and if possible, to forget, his discreditable escapade, they ore not like ly to gush with admira'ion for tbe re turned sinner. Buckleu's Arnica Salve. The Bust Salvr ia the world for Cars, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, snd all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaotion. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by R. W. Pops. Egvi't says she can't pay tbe present tax. It i greater than the gross vilue of ber crops. Fred. Schmidt. Jr., of Pittsburgh wis stiuck by a freight train jwl killed, From Franklin Township Jerlks. Ohio, May 28, 1884. Ed Spirit: We again make the at tempt to write a few items which may be of interest to your many reader. Mr. George Barlow ia on the sick list thia week. Mr. and Sirs. William Denbow, and Miss Sopha Neiswanger visited friends near Gibson's Station, Guernsey county, last week. Mr. T. F. Jerles is having his dwell ing painted. Mr. W. B. Naiswanger spent a few davs in Calais last week. Miss Lyda Dooley is visiting friends at Carlisle this week. There will be a few meetings held at the Victory appointment commencing Thursday nighl and lasting till after Sabbath The services will be conduct ed by the Rev. Shoter and Walls, of the M. E. Chorch, and Rev Wellington, of the Free Methodist Ciurch. Shearing sheep an I working corn a the order of the day among onr farmers. Cbaritt JACKSON TOWNSHIP ITEMS. Witters. Ohio, May 29, 1884 Mrs. Lila Thistle, of Swteraville, paid Mrs. Marv Garden a short visit. Willie Wiison, of Bridgeport, is vislt ine at Wra. Stewart's. There was a good turn out to the bas ket meeting on Wit'en's hill or. Sunday. Every body was well pleased with the sermons and the time they had. There wss quite a number present from abroad. Married. On 'b 18:h inst , Georee Haught to Miss Ida Rownds Eq Haught tied the knot and sent the happy couple off rf j ic ng. Chas. Mewart has a cent made in the year 1793, with the words "one" and hundredth" on it. He has been offered a dollar for it. Qiite a number of our best young la dies and gentlemen made an excursion to Buck K tob Baptising at Witten's Lviding yester day, and everybody is paring out their ash lines because the river is a little muddy. We had a light frost here last night, and we kiippose l was heavy epough out ia tbe hills to do a great deal of dam age. - Little Rosebdd. Washington Township Items. Gratjville. O., May 23, 1884. Mr. Aglon Whitacre who has been visiting relatives in Virginia returned home last week very sick. Dr. Dillon is attending him and pronounces it dangerous case. Mrs John Smith is lying very low with consumption, which was tbe result of having the measles. The measles are still raging in town hut no cases in tbe country sre reported John Bargh with his portable engine and saw mill are now in oar midst, and are doing a good business. . Mr. Eaton Gatcbel was in town last week visiting friends and relatives Messrs. John A Watson, Henry Wil son, Alex Harmon, Geo. Keller sod James Hartshorn are contemplating a trip West in a few weeks. Wheat and oats look well. Farmers are almost done planting cirn. The fruit trees present a fine ap pearance. The trustees of this township met a few evenings ago and passed an act that all persons owning cows and not able to procure pasture could do so by notify ing them A wise provision. Miss Nancy Dillon who has been call ing on her many friends in town and vi cinity has returne I to her brother's near Lebanon. Miss Mamie Way celebrated her twentieth birthday by a supper and ball a few evenings ago. Mr. Abner Htckomb itham will teach the sanmer term of school. The Sabbath school at the U. P. Church is well attended and growing verv interesting. Rev. L o 13 will preach a sermon at the Baptist Church the 29. b of June, or the 5 h Sibhath of next month Mrs. C P Penn has been very sick for soma time, hut is now convalesced Some one told us that Amos Cronin and Dira Do'igberty were made one on last Sunday. Have you besrd about it ? Miss Mary E. Crawford, of Antioch, spent severs! days in town last week vis ittng friends acd relatives Mr. Svdnor Whitacre has finished his ne dwelling which is a fine structure. Mr. Jacob H tt is making several im provementa on his residence. I think Quid wrote an excellent letter last week. Write often and let us hear more on that great subject "The Democ rscy." It is surely worthv of discus sion and as we are determined to elect onr President this fall we should be up and doing for the season is at hand. If Uncle Fuller, Anon and Little Rose bud were to turn their atten'ion to this subject instead of discussing each other's faults, it would be more interesting, I am sure. A photogrspher would do well to give Qraysville "a call for a few days. We mean a No. 1 photographer and no ex cuses of ones, ss we have had onr ahare of those Sheep shearing is the lesding occupa tion at present. Lulu. Canned Meat. On last Wednesday Ellis Willard, a farmer living near Eaton, Ohio, pur chased some groceries. Among the ar ticles he got a two-pound can of canned beef. On his way home he opened, the can and began to eat of it. He broke off a piece that did not look right, and up in examination it was found to have a coat of hair upon it which resembled that of a dog ' He took the can and meat to chemist E H. Allison, and he examined it car . 'fully and pronounced it dog meat. Tne piece c mtaioing tbe hair was about An inch long and a hall inch wide, and was covered with hair. ' Cambridge Jeffersonian. The National Convention of Wool Growers bel 1 at Chicago last week was largely a'tendei At addres to the wool growers of the United States was adopted, and two committees were ap pointed to attend the Republican and Democratic national conventions, and urge tbe recogni'ion of the wool grow ing iterets in the platforms of the par tie. Hon. W N Cnwden, of this coun ty, is one of the committee to attend the Democratic National convention. Hereditary Legislator. Mr JePery O. Phelps, Jr., belongs to a remarkable family remarkable in this, that his fattier, grind' it her, great grand father, great great-grandfather, great-great-zreaUgrandfather, great-great-great-great grandfather all served in the Connecticut Legislature, while young Mr. Pbelps is now doing the same thing The hereditary predisposition to assist; in making laws, extending back in tDi; case through aix generations, does not often exist. ' Tba car shops of the Chicago and Northwestern road at Chicago burned down. Loss heavy. Spring&Summer 1884. xras'OT GOODS MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S THE BEST BLACK CASHMERES, for the meny,to be had in the conniy,50caf 1. AUW ool ShoodaCloths In the new shades, 42 incho wide at 50 ceuta PRINTS, 5c. MUSLIN, 20 yards tor $1, Yard Wide. THE nSAP, DMLItl'S .DRESS GOODd at 25o, that cannot be excelled any where. Our Afen's CALF 8HOB, in Lace, Button and Congress, yon should see. The finest variety of Ladies' and Chi dren's FINK SH0B3 in the county. - In short, we have the Goods at Correct Prices. Come and gee theai. may6,'84. JF John M. Ebeblr, Proprietor of the Miltonshurg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments. Tablets and Tombstones 25 per Cent. lOWd than any other establishment in Monroe county. Work from his shops can be seen all over the county. Decoration Day in Antioch. At 21 o'clock citizens met at the Chri. tian Church, and were joined by the teacher and scholars of the school, who marched to the charch in regular order, each bearing a large wreath of flowers. Meeting calle 1 to order, E L. Lvnc1 n the chair, who stated the ofdct of the meeting; after which prayer was offered by Rev. Cnmmings. Addresses were ms ie by B r Cum roings, Thomas L. Twinem, C Thomson. R. Duster and G. B Lynch ; alter which the graves of the soldiers were decorated with buds, bouquets and wreaths. On returning to the Qtjnrch s commit tee of five persons were appointed to su perintend the decorating next year. We believe aM went away thinking "it was good for them to hi there." Soma set good resolations; it is hoped they may carry them oat. S. S. To the Mountains and Sea-Shore. The Wheeling St Lake Erie Railroad Company, in connection, with the Mich igan Central, "Niagara Falls R ute," has arrange! for three grand pleasure ex cursions via Toledo, Detroit, Niagara Palls, the peerless St Lawrence, Mon treal, Q lebec, Ottawa. Lake Memphre magog, Bethlehem, Fabians, tbe White Mountains, through the Notch nnd North Conway, to Portland, Maine, 'snd the Sea-Snore, Wednesday, June 25',h, Tues day, July 15th, and August 5th, 1884, at the following low rates for the rouiid trip, tickets good for 60 davs: Creston, Orrville, Msseillon, Olio, 827 00 27 00 27 45 27 70 , 28 25 " 29 00 30 75 22 00 23 00 30 00 Canal DoveT, Newcomeratoa Cambridge, Marietta, Detroit, Mich., Toledo, Ohio, Chicago, II s , These excunions will b3 personally conducted, as heretofore, by Mr. M C. Roach. Southern Passenger Agent M. C R R., Tilled;). 0'iio, assisted by Mr. W. H. Greegor, Traveling Pissenger Agent, who will c'lejrfully answer com munications relating to 'he same. . 9 John M. Ebkrle, Proprietor of tbe Miltonshurg Maible Works. is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones 25 per Cent. LOWER than any other establishment in Monroe county. Work from his shops can be seen alt over the connlv. Grand Excursion to Dayton, Ohio, ia B. & O. It. It., on Sunday, June 8th , 1884. The sixth annual C invention of the Kni ju '. of St. Geo-ge, will be held at Dayton, Monday, June 9 b Grand Pir tde o! K light's, and Tour nament. Take advantage or the low rates of fered, and visit Diyton, and the Soldiers Home. Excursion trains will leave Bellaire at 9:35 A. M on Sti lav. June 6th, rare for the round trip 95 00. Tickets will be go id returning until June lltb, in clusive. larlf you want Monuments, Head stones or anything in that line, John M. Eberlk, Proprietor ot the Miltonshurg Marble Work, is prepared to supply your wants 25 per Cent. Cheaper than any other establishment in Monroe County. His work recommends Itself. If on Friday it rain, "Twill on Sunday again; If Friday be clear. Have af Sunday no fear. Old Fool Weather Proverb. NEW LOCALS. NEW GOODS -AT HOEFFLER' S ... Ju3t received, a oomplete Stock of MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. IVIen'H and Boy's Clothing. Hats and Caps, Furnishing- GS-oocls, &c. "Partie wanting BUGGIES, PHA TONS or UARTS should call on JuneS.'rM. 0. E HARLAN. Dr. E. E. COBURN, Dentist, BARNESVILLE, OHIO, Will viah Graysville. June 2d. Woodsfie.d, 3d and 4th. Miltonshurg, 5th and tfth. For Sale on Easy Terms. I will sell my house and three acre, of land on the north side of town nt a bargnin. There is a good well and a number of bearing fruit trees on the premUe. Gall on or address . CHARLES LYNCH. WoodatieU, Ohio. fiJTo reduce my Steok or Jewelry I am selling at very low prices C. R. HARLAN. tyCall at Thk Spirit office for job print ing from a visiting card up to a full sheet pos ter. Letter heads, business ear l on envelopes, statements and bill heads printed -n skjsrt Botioa. Meeting ol Wool Growers. The wool growers of Monre Conntt assembled in Woodsfield, on the 31 t ult., to make known as far as pot-sibb their intentions, and devise measures best calculated to remove the great in juttice inflicted upon them bv the set ot Congress passed March, 1883 Therefore, we declare that the act o) 1883, reducing tariff on foreign wools, has seriously endangered and will in the tutnre diniinii-b, if it does not s u s a lially destroy, the production or t-heep and wool in Monroe Couaty ; thr fori, he it Retolved That we rei'eta'e nr de mands for the restoration or the wo( I tariff of 1867, and we hereby at n unce our purpose to continue to press th justice of our claim npon the American people un'il the great wrong in i tfd b the act ol 1883 shall be admit ed by its repesl nnd bv a re-enac ment of the wool tariff of 1867 nnd we wi I snppon by our franehise the m n a d m hsuk s that are clearly defind s in favor ot our in'erest aa word gruwers in the re storation of said tariff. Resolved, That w heirtilv pnl re the ac'ion of the Chio State Woo' tirowers' Association, w itch convened at Columbus April-30, 1884, and the ac lion of the National Wool Growera As sociation, which assembled at Chicago May 19. Resolved, That onr thanks are hereby tendered to onr Representative in Con gress who so ably co-operated with ether Representatives in Congre-s who gladly obeyed the instructions of the Ohio Leg islature Retolved, That the thsnks of the As sociation are due the- editors of Monroe County papers and we he'ehv approve of the manner in which they present our interest before the people, snd wish them the eucce ihey deserve. Resolved, Tnat the thanks of tbe As sociation are due to Hon W.N Cowden for his efforts in our behalf in this Asso ciation, and we hereby tender him oai thanks for his effort of to-dav. W P. King T J Grikpitb. R. GrKI NBANK. W H. Prtor. W. Buchanan. Barnesville Enterprise, 29th nit. Tbe three m n who r hbed Mr Knox's store in Olivet and were arrested in Wheeling last Tuesday, were taken to St. Clairsville on Saturday, and failing to give bond for $1500 in which tbev were held, are now afely lodged in jail at that place. Tbe wounded man is doing well snd the probabiliti es are that he will recovei. Thtj have heen-proven to he old offenders heyond a doult Thir names are Sol .S. Haines, George Haines and Dan Mitchell, and are wan ed in JeOerson County, Pennsylvania, for various hurgtaiies The sheriff of the county ssys tbev nie bad men, and are just out of the Western penitentiaiy. A thorough search was marie of the men when they wre p aced in the jail at St. Clairsville, Saturday, and in the lappel of tbe pants of one of them was found a steel saw that would cut iron bars without anv trouble at all A ?nm ot money was alo found sewed up in th ir clothes, but it is thought that everything bss been taken off them now, snd ibat they have no possible means of escpe. Marshal Carr, in company with tbe depnty sbetiff, of RrownvilK Pennsyl vania and a detectivo from the same place, vid'ed tbem inth ir cells at St. Clairsville last Tuesday. They wets fully identified by the deputy sheriff, wbo says they are tbe worst chstscters known in that region, and do not hesi tate to do anything to accomplish their purpose He had warrants lor their ar rest for various hurglaries committed in Pennsylvania. 0 re for robbing an old man of 950C0 in government bonds, an other foi stealing 8500 in money from a store, a third for knocking a man down in the street in broad daylight and rob bing h m. He gave an instance where Ihey st de two horses and a wagon loaded it up the same night with goods stolen from a store and escaped. They an undoubtedly desperati characters and Sbetiff Sedwick will do well to keep a wa'chful eve on them. Monuments, Headstones and Tab lets of anv design and of any material 25 per Cent. Cheaper than anv other establishment in Monroe' or adjoining counties, at the Miltonshurg Marble Works, J. M. Ebf.rie, Proprietor. fFJoHN M Ebkklb, Proprietor ol tho Miltonshurg Marble Works, is pre parer! to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones S9 per cent low er than any other establishment in Mon roe county. Work from bis shops can be seen all over tbe county. INDIANS RAIIHXG A SETTLE MNNT. They Murder a VV hi f e Man and Run oil Forty tlorses. Mihmeapoiis, Minn., May SS A des patch from Winnipeg, Man., savs : "Ad vices received this morning from Maple Cretk state that Indians raided the set tlement last night They killed a man named Paul Pollock and stampeded forty horses. It sppesra the Indians went to Pol lock's corral and were running ont his horses. Pollock, besring the noise, jumped ont ol bed hastily and ran out in nis nighl clothes unarmed. He bad a band to hand encounter with an Indian, during which the Indian shot him twice, one ball rntering his shoulder and the other bis chest. Pollock died from the effects of these wounds in about two hours. The Indian rsn sway immedi ately alter shooting, leaving a gun and butcher kni'e The mounted police were notified and a force under Superintendent E'loce has started for the scene of the murder in tending ti pursue the Indians There is little hope of capturing the murder, r. The raiding party numbered about twrnty It is not known whether it was made up of Canadian or Ameri can Indians. What Tammany Hall Will Do. New York Sun. "Our organization is willing to accept any candidate that ib? Nuional Conven tion may nominate Cleveland, Til ten Bayard, Flower, or anvhodi that in its wisdom it may selec1." This is what our eatremed contemporary, the New York Herald, reports the Hn 'John Kelly as saying to a representative of that journal on Wednesday. The assurance indica'es that the Dem ocratic party in this S'ate will not be weakened hy any factional revolt iu tbe Presidential election tbis year. Smith! Skip This. Hawkinsville (Ga.) News. Some years ago a preacher was on his rounds in one of the counties below here, and at the conclusion of his sermon he called on "Brother Smith" to leaJ in prayer. Imagine the surprise to the man of God when Qlteen men, all Smiths, fell to their knees and commenced praying. PROBABLY NEVER In the history oi proprietary medicines has any article met success at home emal to that which has been poured npon Hood's Sarsa r a hi i. la. Why, ruch has been tbe sneeess of this article, that nearly every family in whole neighborhoods have been takine it at the same time. Every week brine "cw vl deaeeof the wonderful curative properties el this medicine. Hood s Combines the Rfst llemcdics Sarsaparilct of the vegetable ' kingdom, and in such proportion as to derive meir greatest, mcuicm.-u ram. with the least disturbance to the whole sys tern. Infaqtthlsprrparation.isso well bal anced In its action upon the alimentary canal, the liver, the kidneys, the stomach, the bowels and the circulation of the blood, that it brings about a healthy action of the entire human organism, that can hardly be eredrtcd by those who havo not seen the re markable results that havo followed Its use. If the Sarsaparilla does not provo sufficient ly laxative, take a few doses of If oon's Vr.n r.TAiti.K Tills. It Is well In all cases of biliousness to take thece i UN in connection with tire Sarsaparilla for the first len days. That dull, sleepy, sick feeling can he wholly overcome hy the use of these remedies. Will you give them a trial and be yourself again? An ex-aldcrman ot thls'eity says ef Hood's Sarsaparilla, " It is the strongest Sarsapa rilla I ever saw." Each dollar bottle contains one hundred (averages) doses. Sold by all dioggbta. Price one dollar, or six for five dollars. Hood's SarsaparlHa, prepared only by a I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. JJT Use Hood's Tootii-Powdeb. mehl8,'8tt38. A. O. W. POTTS, General Insurance Agent, Hannibal, Omo, Ag't for the following tlompanlent Also for Tornadoes, Cyelones, Hurrioanes and Wind Storms. AMAZON. - - Cincinnati. HOI 41. ot Liverpool. Knglauri. LONDON and LANCASHIRE, England.! Keiarlamd. QUEEN of Liverpool, England OHIO, ot Dayton. - Dayton. Applications also taken for variant other Companies, all of which are the mo.t relia. hie Companies in the United Slates. All classes of Town and Country Buildings, Merchandise, Lumber. Stork, fiiraln and Farm Implements. insured at low rates in good Companies. Ap plications either by mail or in person promptly attended to. ma27,'84r. Valuable Farm for Sale. 1 n l ACRBS'OF LAND In Benton township, 0 I Monroe County, Ohio; C0 acres dear, ed, balance good timber; well watered; god hone and necessary outbuildings ; school ! on frm. nd Within One-Fourlh Milt of good flouring mill. Por farther partita, lars, call on or address, spRiees It DRIQ09, I an 1 ,'84tf. Woodsfield , Ohio. PROBATE NOTICE. ACCOUNTS and vouchers have been filed in tho Probate Court of Monroe Coanty, Ohio, by tho following Administrators and fJaardlans, to wit: First and final account of John J offers. Administiator of the estate of Isaac Moore, deceased. Pint and final account of Joseph N. Dan- ford, Adminiatrator of the estate of Afary Harvey, deceased. Third and partial account of Christian Lnthy, Adminiatrator af the estate of Johu 0. Lathy, deceased. Eeoond partial account of P. M Amos, Ad mlnlstrator of the estate of Bmanusl Cisne deceased. Fourth and final acnonnt of H. R. West, Administrator of tho estate of John S. Way, deceased. Second and final account of Fred. Claages, Guardian of Leonard Neahart, an imbecile, (now deoeased.) Second and final aroonnt of Thos J. Grif fith, Guardian of Isephiuo 8. Branson, a minor, (now deceased.) F rst and final account of Isaac William sen. Guardian or Sawael R. & L. D. William, son, minors. First partial account of C. B. Know Hon Quardian of the minor heirs of James De vore, deoeased First partial aconnt ef Alfred Riley, Guardian of John L Smith, a minor. Pint partial account f Barbara 8tenti el, Guardian of Jennie a.ad Herman Stentzel, final as to Jennie. Second and final account of H. B. Hill' Onardian or Jamas W. Gray, a minor, now of fall age. Firth and final account or Phillip Glasser, Guardian or Gergs Af. Weissnd, an insant person. now dtoeased. Second partial account of Isaac Hatcher, Guardian or the minor heir or mes M. Thornbfrry, deoased. Firth and final acc.nnt or G. W. Cllne, Guardian of Chas. R. and Columbia A. Lit tle, minors now of rail age. First partial account or Archibald Work man, Guardian or Martin B. Workman, a minor. Third and final account of John S. Carpen ter, Guardian of JohnS. Baker, a minor, now of fall age. Any psrson interested may file written ex- ceptiouo to said accounts r an item r ef on or before the 23d day ot Jane next whea the same will be finally heard and con tinued fro in day to day until disposed of. R. K. WALTON, may27,'84w3. Probate Jadge. M. C. 0, REDEMPTION NOTICE. To Fred Kindelbtryeor whom it my Goneer: Notice is hereby given that oho A. Mur phy has paid into the County Treasury a sum sufHoieat to redeem the north half of tbe northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 27, township 3 sod range 5, sold at a Delinqnent Tax Sale by John Raegseg. ger, Treasurer of Monroe county, Ohio, Janu ary 16, 1883 in the name of David If tils to Fied Kindelbergr. S. A. ATKINSON, Jane3,'84t3. Auditor Monroe Co.. Ohio. ANewMahdt. London, May 28. News bss tesclied Cairo that a new black false prophet ap peared before Darfour and defeated El Mahdi's troops. Tbe new Mahdi states that El Mahdi was one or his former dervishes 11 ASS ACKE or MISSIONARIES. . Tbe Catholic Bishop ol tbe Soudan has just arrived at Cairo from tbe south He reports that seven Italian priests and four Sisters of Mercy have been massa cred at El Obeid. He also reports that three priests were exposed naked to the Min for four days and died from the ef fects of their exposure JEVJ. M. Ebbblb, Proprietor of tbe Miltonshurg Marble Works, and build er of tbe Soldiers' sud Sailors' Monu ment, at Bellaire, is closing out bis im mense stock of Headstones, Table's snd Granite and Marble Monuments 25 per Cent. CHEAPER than any other estab lishment can do it. St. Petersburg, May 28. Placards were posted to-day throughout tbe Prov ince of Moscow reminding the Czar ol the nihilist proposals of 1 SSI, that in order to avert bis lather s fate he should grant a constitutional amnesty to polit ical offenders. Had tbe Czir accepted these proposals, the placards say, the nihilists would have ceased their propa ganda. The Czar is now warned that tbe nihilists will continue their agitation with tbeir accustomed vigor. ES STIL Another Raft of Bargains THIS WEEK. The Best Values Ever Fifty Pieces of All. Wool Cashmere,, In Black and Colors, from 35o to $ per vard . Fifty pieces of Black and Colored Silks, fiom 5 Or up to $3 per v aid. Oood Earj-ains. Seventy Ave Pieces of Velvets, in Black and colors, Plain and Biouaded, on which ne gaarantee a saving of from 10 to 25 per cent. Another Lot ef those All Wool Camel's Hair Cloth, at 25 rents per yard. Fvery lady who has seen these goods pronounces them tbe biggest bargains ever offeted by any bonse. Very Nice Dress Goods at 8, REDUCED Our Flannel Department is Full and Complete! We have Kvery Color, in Plain and Plaid, from 10 cents up to !0 cents per vard. We have Kvery Color, in Plain and Plaid, LADIES' Mb MISSES' WRAPS. Oar Stook of these Good Is Aimply Knormons We have Mioses' Cloaks from 95 cents np to $15. We have Ladias Cloaks from $t up to $50- We have all the Latest Styles of Russian Circulars, UlsUtrs. PelUsei, Newmarkets, Bavelooks, Sea' Skin Plush Sacks, and Silk Wraps, all at Prices which have absolutely No Bqnal in the City. Come, Judge for Yourself. 820,000 -OF- IMS' 11 BOYS' CLOTHE. In Ibis Department we have now Displayed fully 820,000 worth of Men's, Hoys' and Children's Suits and Overcoa s all the Newest and Handsomest Styles to be found in any market. Come and See Our Bargsins in Uveieoa'8. Come and ?ee Our Bargains in Suits. Onr Low Prices Will As'onish Yon. XX. cab I. X3XjXT3VX'jS Three Combined Stores. 3 135, ISO cutxdL 1B1 Belmont Street. Bellaire, Olxlo. 3. COMMERCIAL' GROCERY lAKKEF, COBBBCTID WBSXtT at P. SCBTHan'M. & BBO Monday, June 2, 1884. WIaup Mr bbl. choloe 5 sack . Wheat, per bushel. . Oats, per baihil, Cornmeal. per bushel 70 9& 40 80 5 15 18 18 10 16 10 t 1 00 60 10 6 Buckwheat Hoar, per lb Coffee, green, choloe per lb i. fancy " roasted, Arbnokles pir lb Sugars, granulated, atandard, per lb - powdered, pure, w A standard " Orleans, ohoioe, Syrup, pure sugar, per gallon .... mixed, " ..... Rtue, Carelina eholoe hed, per lb. broker, " . CANNED GOODS. Peachea finest Ni 3 good No 3 vie No 3 . 25 to 13 12 wi r ornate Qaeeu No 3 Beefsteak No 3 ... Baker's No 3...... Corn Wlnslow No 2 10 16 12J Baker s No 2 Arples, ohoioe No 3 . Hominy, per lb Tea Finest per lb.. . ohoioe " . PeoDDcs 10 8 1 00 ... so BUTISO. 8BLLISO. Baoon Hog ronnd,per lb .....10 Hams ...... Side " Shoulder " Butter psr lb 10 Ka rwr dcldO ............. .10 1 12 10 12 IS 20 4 10 Green Annies per bushel .... 1 00 Beans, navy, per lb ... . Dried poaches " .... Dried apple ' ... 8 5 26 8 35 Potatoes per bushel Oniona per bushsl 40 50 WnarHQeltl tnr.K Market. June 26 Cattto 3a41c per ponnd Sheep 3a4u per pound. Hogs 4a5 pet pound gross. Wev fork. May 29 Flour 2 90a5 30; Wheat 1 02; Corn 60u63l Oats 39a4tc CUicagn. Mav 29. Flour 5 006 25; Whest 89i ; Corn 54 i55c : Oata 32c ; Rye 61 Cincinnati. Cincinnati. May 29. Flour 4 55a 5 50c; Wheat i C3; Corn 58c: Oats 34c; Rve 60c. Philadelphia- Philadelphia, May 29 Fhu', 3 00 5 85c; Wheat 1 02a 1 03c; Corn 63c; Oate 40a4lc; Rye 70c. 62, CATTLE MARKETS. Cincinnati Cincinnati, Mtv 29 Live hogs e'eady common and ight 5 15a5 70; lacking and butchers' 5 15--.5 70 East Liberty. East Liberty. M v 29 'fogs-Market alow. Philadelphia 5 50a5 70; Yorkers 5 20a5 35. Sbeep Market slow and unchanged New York. New York, May 30. Beeves Late sales, common and med.uin steers st a reduction or lai per cwt.; dry cows .Did at 5 756 05 ter ct ; steers 6 40a 6 50; i ml bulls 4 75i5 60. Sheep Clipped slue,) 4 00a6 00 per cwt.; lambs 6 659 o0 per cwt. Hogs Live hogs nominal -at 5 00 ti 70 j a cwt. Seen in the City! 10, 121-2, 15, 18 and 20c. One Lot of 41 Inch Ail. Wool Flannel Suiting.' reduced from S5o to 6?lo. Yon Cannot Resist this Bargain. One Lot ot ChanKahlaa Mohair, in Beaalifnl Combination Cheoka , and Plain Colors'. Reduced from 35c to 2'io per yard. from 10 cents up to b0 cents per yard. Wheeling Live Stocla MarKel. Wheeling, Mav 31, 1884. To rairket is yery active this week, and tbe supply grod. Messrs. Hudson fc Bavba furnislud the following quo tations : Cattle 5 50 6 00 for all kinds. Hogs fat - aupply ; 4a5 ; per lb. Sheep 3Js4t ner lb Calve -5 OOalO 00 Lambs 4 50 .ti 00. Chicago. Chicago, Mav 30 Hogs Market very uuil and laizuo lower; r n 1 1 packing 4 20a5 20;. uarkin and ship pine 5 25 5 50; light 4 85a5 45; skips 3 75,4 75. Ca tie Msvket brisk and 10c lusher export grades 6 60 6 8a; f.ood to cho-cfi shipping 6 3U-.6 50; common to raed.um 5 50 6 20; gras Tixins 4 25 5 00. Sheep Market steady; inferior lo 'air 3 00n4 00 per cwt.; medium to sjood 4 00 4 75; choice to evtra 5 00a 5 50; Ttxas sheep 3 00.. 5 10. Wheeling Produce Market. Wheeling, Miy, 31.1884 Butte- Prime lo choice crtatnery 20a 22c; eludes dairy, 1 6 18c ; common to tair do. I4il5c; good t prime country roll, 1 1 12c; common mixed stuck, 5 i 6c. Slow demand. Beeswax Is q to'ed at 32 .35c lb. Beans P. irae nsvv $ bu., 2 302 40 , marrow ft. 2 40? 50; hand picked me diums, 2 25a2 30. Mirket doing bel ter. Cheese Sales in a johhing wav of prims mild O i I actor v at 9al2c; New York G 'sbtn, 14JiI5c; Sweitzir, 13 15c; Limherger, I4al5c. Ega Stric'lv fiesh stock, fair de mand at 13al4c $ .! z Feathers Choice, 65i70c in original ackagey, 4s5c more in small lots Hooey Cooice whi'e c'over, 18 20c; choice buckwheat, fi18 t. Nu's Slelharks, 75 i85c; black wal nuts, 50a60c Oiiions-60a70c bushel. P-as-Green, 1 oOal 60 $ bu.;3a He $ lb. Potatoes Near by receipts 1 25 $ hhl Sow demand. Sweet potatoes, 2 50a2 75. Poultry L ve chickens. 3 75a4 00 $ dcz; dressed turkeys, 15al6c; do chick ens, 12al3c; do ducks, 12al3c. Good demand. Rags Are steady at ljaljj for wlii'e mixed cotton ; lalc for all wool and 4ljc for mixed. Seeds- aies of timothy seed at 1 50 al 65c; $ bu ; clover, small seed, 6-00 a6 60; large, 7 03, as to q nlity. Lard Country prime, 9.'. Tallow C untry, 6.t.; city 7c. Plan of a Famous Lawyer. Probihly there are not a few lawyers wbo will deny any originality in the plan pursued by the late Judah P Benjamin n making a fee. "First," he said, "I charge a retainer, then I charge a re minder, next I- charge a refresher, and then I charge a finisher." Wm. Brown, colored, banged at Belle ville, 111. Met bis late with fortitude. Con'essed. Went lo heaven. Tne Standard Oil Company has long wrapped tbe Repub l-sn party in its slimy folds, ami will strive to control its Chicago nomination and, too, when it seei the Deraocatic party grow on it lays hold upon it to use it. It i t.i du'y of Democracy to crush Ihc nail ing serpent. Jejfersonian.