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THE SPIRIT Or DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, JUNE I?, 1884. a aw M, C. WEST, Local Index to Hew Advertisements. Local, Legal Notice, Lira, Appointment, Local, Evaporator., Insolvent Notice, Frail frees, J. Rfinhkrr Spriogs 4 Drioqs. W. L Morri -, NeUH ART 4 ClaUGKS. Wk Lowe. J J. MuBimiAir. M Bocqhhkr. J. W. Farrier Mr. Thos Ford i or the sick list Mrs. STAcrres is visiting friends st Ashtabula. Read P. T. Ktao's new dry goods ad. Tt Useeacot this wet k Y Mr. J, T. Jrontm and wife-are visit log trieedsvat Baraeaville. Rev. Stacvter is attending district conference at Bellaire (wis Week. Mr. Forrrt Foto Express Messen ger on the C APR R , is home on visit. Mrs. Adams, of Jerusalem, is visiting her brother, Mr. O. McComas, in this place, ir TOR want R ad R-ceipts call at Tbc Spirit offiie, or send your order to the office. J. W. Hawk iws, of Bellaire, and Cha tham Sinclair, of Ben wood, W V , vrwe Ir wwr last week. Mr. Davis sod wife, of Guernsey! county, are visiting their brother, Mr. J v.st ah Davis, in this place. r Sheriff Lcdr took Thomas GrkeW field, aged 15 veara, to the Reform Farm' at Lancaster last week Samow. Mc Vet. of Bethel, and Sf a rata BeooBf eb, Eq.. of Adams town, hip, Wire in to n last bstarda? . David S. Seasons Esq , aad William Colusi, Esq., of Caldwell, Noble cord ty, were ia towa oa baaineea last week T J H. Taooart. late of Belmont count v. has been engaged to teach the Jerusalem school fa next whiter at $50 per month. Char let Frawcis, con of Mr. Jona Francis, fell from a hay loft last Sun dav Wad had one of hie shdnrdere badly injnred. t A G. W Porta. Esq . had Mrs Dr. Dally, of Hannibal, were in town on the 10th Ins., attending to business In the Probate Court. There is some talk of organising a base ball club, with the severs! new pay ers who hare recently eoeae here to live, aad the old pwyera, People cannot be too carefnl of fire. Especially should bovs be taught that there should be no pitying with matches or other combustibles. J icon Ian headquarters for lee Cream, Lens Cakes, Candies, etc Weddings, ee, picnics, e'c ( applied on s' If yon wash yoar loor wfth a solu tion of oopperae after hanae elesRlng. aad be 'ore von pnt vonr carpets down, the moths will not disturb them The Commissioners were ta session no the 14th met., aad settled with Lata. Bart Son wall for the ahntments for fee bridge pi Cor elam's on Cranes Nest The festival at The M. E. Church on last Wednesday evening was quite a suc cess notwithstanding the tnclumuecv or the weather. The receipts were? about K.00. Rev. Dr. Ptasmwo, President of the Pimsburc Female College, ia tends spend ing Sabbath the 22d inet , in W oodsfleld, and will occupy the pulpit ol the M. E. Church. Freeh air and exercise are ssid to be excellent cosmetics, bjrt It is a difficult thing to persuade the average yorreg lady into thratti'l that gardening will paint the cheeks red. -. k $ Loots Morris, aa old resident of Oar. ington, this countv, committed suicide onthelOth inst. bv shooting himself through the bead The particulars, ta ken from the alsniwiBRf. wtH he fraud in another column. At the residence of Mrs. Jane Can ia 8eaeoa townsMo, Weftees- daveveninff. June II, 1884, hy Rev. Wm Danvord. Mr. D artel D. Caipm tew and Miss Ela A. Carvkntrr, both of Seneca township. Monroe county. Ohio. We noticed quite aa improvement in (he services at the M. E Church oa last Sesday night. The voluntary was sang during the collection, which by the wav Was a very In one "CoRsider the Ll Hta" sung Jry Miss Pose Dikhl aad chorus jfAII persons knowing themselves Indebted to me will please settle. H HrjOHCS. Drvo. At Des Moines, lows, of Con gestion of the longs. Dosa, infant dsngh tor Of J AHU and Josephine Hollibter Married. Mav 18th, by Jaccmk Hacrht, Ea.. of JacRSon township, Miss foa M. Rowi.cs to Mr. Quasi M Hacobt. OT Mrs. Cbomptor an I Miss Clara wife snd dsuzhter of the Superintend eat of the B Z AC. B R., am spend- nil the summer in thm place. They nm bearding with Mrs M E. Cooce. i Bw JaTBev. Walls, of SammerBeld, a mat last Friday ta Woodsfleld He was here to socare ths services ot the M.S. Church Choir to assist in a con cert to be given at Staff rd on July 2d t& Every farmer should bsve a fruit drier. J. J Mohleham, of Hannibal, this county, has exactly what ever? far mer waats and abr.uld purchase With tnn h hra r moole and Other traits can be put In shape to take to narkflt aad aull for a round nrfoe. See advertisement. ggf John M. Eberls, Proprietor of the Miltonsbarg Marble Works, is pre pared to famUb Monnmenia, Tablets and Tombstones 25 per cent, lower than say other establishment in Monroe county. Work from his shops can be 118. asm w hoft nowee. J . all over the county. THE SPIRIT Will be sent to Subscribers, tor the cam pa i ? n , to December 1st, tor FJlFTY CENTS. For sain t the Depot Store by W. L. MORRIS. Thtr lew genuine Oale mscher Bros. Lme To Tax Payers. I will receive taxes free of penalty at my officii in Woolsield until and inotn ding Thursday, July 10th. John Rcoqseooh, Treasurer Monroe Co., Ohio. June 17, 1884 tW While the Deputy Auditor was rolling a heavy box over the floor of the portico of the court house Isst Wednes day, one of the large stones in the walk broke In the middle and fell a distance of two foet to the ground The dam age has Iwen repaired. John M. Brcrlb. Proprietor of the M iltonsbotg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments. Tablets and Tombstones 25 per Cent, lo Wer than any other establishment in Monroe county. Work from his shops can be seen uH over tbe counlv. . dment Convention at ' Colnmbus, JuncBAtlt, ISM. The B.eO.B B Co. will cell round trip ticksis, St low excursion rates Jchn M Ebeble, Proprietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to famish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones 25 BtT Wit. IwWer than any other establishment in Monroe coupty Work front bis shops can be seen all over the conntv. A Banket Plcn ic The M. K. Church and Sundav School will picnic at Armstrong's Mills on Thursday, They, will go down on the morning train and return on the evening train. R ites are 50 cents for the round trip for adults and 25 cents for children under fourteen. All friends of the church are cordisllv invited. Conarresslon Cald Well, Nob! The Bellaire. ne 26. QB'yCo. will give excarei to Caldwell Juoe 25, for one f round trip. ticket good until lading Jane 27. Excursion train Bellaire at 1 o'clock P. M oodsfleld 3 -30 P M. and wi M. dwell at 0 P 5W"Mr. J. W. Farrier, of Clariugton, thai count y, advertises the Davis Nur sery ia the) paper. Farmers who desire anything in the Nursery line will run no risk ia making their purchases from Mr Farrier, as he represents a flrstclasa establishment and sells at reasonable prices irUr William Lows, of Batls ville, has bete hem daring the past two weeks engsged in putting down cisterns He pat in three, frr Dr Arwstboho, S. A. Atkinson and E. W. Armstrong. Bill understands the business, does his work st a reasonable price, ami persona here who intend having cUterns should 2 ve him a call. n the lit i in st., Mis L dob En a Grim, of Greea township, was brought J before the Probate Cwt and adjudged to he iassae, ami application was made for her admission to the Asvlum st Athens for treatment. She was placed in eharge ot her frienda wao returned home with her to await the order for her admissinn to the Asvlum The night of the 13th iostM she escaped from those who were watching her and when found waa hanging by the neck dead , - lark letter to the Reyuter, tSth inst,, from Welwter county, West Va., has this to say of a former citia id of Woods fleld: "C P. Dorr, Esq., is spoken of prom inently in connection with the Stste Sen ate from the Nineteenth district com-poae-l of the counties of W abater, Brax ton, Ctaj , N chol as and Kinawha The vole la very dose and will need an ac tive aad thorough cm vase to win it for the Democracy. It is conceded thst Webster U entitled lo the Senator, and if Mr Dorr would accept the nomina tion it would be given to him." Elkrb Pitas, of Greea townebip. recently bad a hearing before Eq J as, Cleoo on a charge of slandering a fe male and committed to jail. Applica tion was made on the 11th Inst., to the Proba'e C nrt for a writ of faoeoa cor- prntt sUowed and the prisoner diachsrg ed. An affidavit was immediately Sled properly charging him with the offense and he was re-arrusted. taken before Judge Walton, wsived an examination and gave bond in the sum of 9200 for his appearand! before the Probate Court on Monday, July 7th Bonnlon at Caldwell. The annual reunion of the O i Hun dred and Sixteenth 0. V. I for 1884 will he held a Call well, N ibJecouniv. O lio, September 19, the twentieth annive ssry of the battle of O jeq isn, thi At of Sheridan's great Victories In the V Uley of Virginia All of the membera of the One Hundred and Sixteenth with their friends are cordially invited to attend the regimental, reunion. Private Janes M. Daisell, of company R , who resides at Caldwell, is the chairman of the local committee and will answer aM inquiries about the reunion Omeenhtj Timet Be laire Tribune, lit, inst Bather a novel wedding haa recently come to light, ths parties being Mr. MandavilU Ault, son of George Aolt, of Cehtervttle, and Misa Flora, daugh ter of Mr. Wm. Armstrong, of Csptins. It seems that the parties were ma Je one in Pittsburgh', on or about June 20tb, 188S, but -waa 'kept a secret by them un til last week, when the happy couple left for a pleasure trip to Baltimore, and other places of interest. There will be a reception given them by Mr. and Mrs. George A lit at their home near Center ville on their return from Bellaire. Mr. and Mrs. Ault have a host of warm friends and acquaintance who Join In ex tending to them their heartiest congrat ulations . t s m onveniurn. A. - 1 . A. r County. Ju ZWsyillesbd ran'ratei ass for the anaans- FA WW leave An .W JT a M anr f m reacu va Harris atChJ w m.--. a. Meeting ot the Democratic County f Executive Committee. Election ot Delegates to the Con gressional, State aad Judicial Conventions. The Committee net on Friday, the 13th, pursuant to the call of the Chair man. W S R Present: H. B West, Jrto. B Bviggs, H. R Mubleman. G. W. Steward, S. A. Atkinson and A J Pearson. The following delegates were elected to attend the Congressional Convention to be held at Caldwell, Ohio, June 26, 1884: Adams Dr. W. G Webb, George Suppes. Benton Q. S. Algeo. Bethel Samuel McYey. Center John B. brings, George Ket terer, A. J. Pesrson, W. T. Morris. Frsnklin Edward Obey. Green J. Holisclsw, Dr. I. G Lspp. Jackson N D.Garden, J.N Witlen. Le J M. O ddard, Jan. Anderson. Malaga M Moore, C. B. K -tterer Ohio-John Rubv, C Cehrs. Perry T. L Twlnem. Salem M. Bonghner, James Ratter. 8enecs-J W. Wstner. J. Lieuellen. Summit Ed. Miiligan, John Baker SunabaryAdsm Arnold, Jesse A. Eeyser, Dsvid McVey. Switierlaod J. P Fsnkhonser, John W. Strsiich. Washington-!). J. Wajy, J. W. Okey . Wayne Am on Moose. On motion of A. J. Pearson the tot lowing persons were elected to attend the Democratic State ConvenMon t be held in "Columbus, Ohio, June 25, 1894: James R Morris, John Beugsegger, Henrv Maury, H. R. West, Dr B. Den nie, G. W. Hamilton, Dr. G. W. Stew ard. Alternate. John A. Watson, Thos. Fleming, Jacob Burkhart, J. T Daugh- erty, John Stoudt, ))r. J. Rupp. Road wiuianju. tr s ? r j f ! . On motion of Dr. G. W. Steward ths following delegates were elected to at tend the Judicial Convention for the nomination of Circuit Judges to wit: David Ohev, R K Walton, Dr. Gv W. Mason, J.B. Driggs, W T Koonta, W. i. Crawford, Joseph Witten, J . M Goodwin, James Watson Alternate J. S. Mellott, S. Bough. ner, H. B Mubleman, Jacob A ff titer. Sr., Chris Moser, Ches. Twine ra, J. M Pool, M L Slasher, T. O. Little There being no further business the Committee sdj turned subject to the call of the Chairman. H B. WEST, Chairmm S. A. Atkiisoh Democratic ' iventtos wtCo- lansbws, and 25th. The B AO B. ill sell round trip 'ickett to Columl and return, at low excursion rates; ikets will be good going June 24th. 25th. and will be good returntni II une 20, inclusive. Ton eta save Iff per tent, by leaving your orders for Monuments, Headstones, etc, with J. M. Ebkrle, Proprietor of the Miltonsbarg Marble Works. All work and material guaran teed aa represented. Apr. 15m6. Democratic National Con v ention at Chicago. The B 4 O. B B will sell round trip ticket to Chicago, at tow excursion rates, tickets will be good going July Sd to 7 ib, inclusive, and will be good re turning nntil July ISth. Wt you want Monuments, Head, stones or anything in that line, Jona M Ercrlr, Proprietor ot the Miltonsbarg Marble Works, is prepared to supply your wants 25 per cent, cheaper than any Other establishment ia Monroe County. His work recommends Itself. Low Rate Excursion to the Great West. Prom June 18th. to the 231, 1884, the B. k O B. B. Co , wily sell round trip tickets o toe following points, in Kan sas. Abilene, ttsttcsSpringa, Council Qrove. Florence, FrMhnfa, Holton, In dependence and BafceAat one fare for the round trip. Tbia is your opportunity to visit the great west at iheo west rates ever offer ed. For further JhformeUon, as to time of trains dec , can noon or address Agents of the B ft Roads. The Board of Commission ere disposed of the following road peti tions at their recent session The Commissioners ordered the John Brister rosd established, provided the petitioners psy the compensation and damages. W. 8. Moose county road alteration established. Wm Steel county-road satablished to the West end of the Schumacher iron bridge Sterling Jones county road establish ed John Brscy countv road established. Robert Grant county road established Vacatedthe road petitioned for by Knowlton and Winland. Viewers were appointed on the conn ty road petitioned for bv John Winters. Jss. Anderson, G. S. Atgeo and E. D John, viewers, to meet Jan ; 18. h, at 10 o'clock at Henry Esmeires. The petition for the re-location of the school bonse in sub-district No. 6, in SwitzTland township, waa considered, snd Friday. June 27th at 10 o'clock, A X , fixed aa the time for hearing by the Commissioners at their office in Woods fleld A Great Discovery. Mr Wm. Thomas, of Newton, Is., savs: '-My wife baa been seri usly af fected with a cough for twenty-five years, and this spring more severely than ever before. Sbe bad used many reme dies without relief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with most gratifying results. The first bottlv teUeved her very much, and tbe s cond bottle has absolutely cured ber. She has not had so good health lor thirty years. Trial Bottles Free it B W Pope's Drug Store. Large siae 91.00 Tbe militia comufHtee In the Loutsisns Legislature has reported in favor giving each disabled Confederate soldier 160 acres of land. Prohibltion Convention at 18th, 1994 Columbus, Tbe B. k O. R ill sell round trip tickets to Colum rates. low excursion Bncktea's Arnica Salve. The Best Salvr Ir the world fa Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, snd sll Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or ao pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by R. W. Pops. Krause fc O., New York wool mer chants havaajied. Jine LX IKW (jut, H SpringimLmer MOW MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S THS BEST BLACK ClSHHERtS, for the mener.to be had in the countyOeaf 1. All W ool Hhoocla Cloths la the new shades,42 ineho wide at 50 cents- PRINTS, So. MUSLIN, 20 yards tor $1, Yard Wide. THE nR4P. D'U,tt'S DRE QOODe at 25o, that cannot be excelled any where, Oar ATen'a CALF SHOR, in Uee.BntUn and Omuimi, you should The Inesl vartatf of Ladies' aad Chi drea'a FINR 3BOR3 in the county. In short, we have the floods st Correct Prices. Come and see them. may0,'S4. PR0BATK G0UBT PK0CK8DI1V8S. May 19 Final account of D. L Brown, Adm'r of the estate -of Wm Bmwn. dee'd ; ree'd $052; paid on 8801.15; overpaid 0212 34 First account of John P.ehtiraf. Guar diao ol the minor heirs of F ' Niehch, decVhrec'd 01 480 00; paid ont $104 01 ; balance in Guardian's hands $1,376 05. Elizabeth Niebch having arrived at full age. the Guardian is ordered to psy her 0458.68, ber share of the estate. Fifth account of Bent Bouse, Guar dim of the minor beirs of James Dsvies, deed ; received $448 17 ; paid ont $116 2$; in Guardian's hands $331 88 Second account of J. G. Frobiscb, Guardian of J. F. Frobisch, a minor; received $1,003 36; paid -ut 0514.15; to be accounted for $549.21. Third account of Daniel Kimpton, Gi ardian nf his own minor children, final aa to E'zora; ree'd $402 88 -.paid out $8 81 ; in Guardian's hands $394 07 Ordered to pay Eliora $181.35, being her share ; to be accounted for $282 71, the shares of Geo. W. and Jesse E. Third account of Jacob Cehrs, Guar dian of E A F. Cehrs, minors; ree'd for Emmaline 1409 67 ; for F-ances $409. 67; paid oat $40.07; due F snees $429; the Guardian, for improvements m de on reel estate owned bv Emmaline, was allowed her share, $409.07, which she agreed to in writing after arnvinx at fnll .Secon 1 acconnt of Bosina Both, Guar dian of El ward A Matilda R th, mi. nors; ree'd $107 98 for each, paid ont for each $13 03; balance due each $154 35, to be accounted for. Second account of J. P. Fankhonser, Guardian of R. Sieber, a minor; ree'd $224 37; pal l ont $24.49; balance lo be accounted for $199 88 First account of Isaac Hatcher, Trus tee of J H Weisener, an insolvent ; re ceived $6 759 77 ; pai l out $1.64121; balance in hands of Trustee $5,118.55. Ordered, thst he pay John Weisner $022 Second, thst he psy his own claim of $315.40. Third, that be pay John H. Weisner 0500, being the amount of homestead to which he is en titled Fourth, thst be pay the balance. $3 627.97, to the ordinary creditors ac cording to law The Court declares the dividend to he paid to the ordinsry cred itors to he 64 per cent, and the Trus tee was ordered to pay that amount to the ordinary creditors on their clsims. Clarington Independent, tilth inst. Sad Suicide ot Policeman Morris n Tuesday. One of the saddest events occurred in this place on Tuesday, 10 h inst , that it baa ever been our lot to relate. About IS o'clock Lwis Morris, oar town po liceman, entered A. B. Mic'iel's saloon on Main street, and, walking up to the counter, aays: "Mr. Miche', did yon ev. er see a man take bis own life?" st the same time raiaing his hand, in which he held a revolver, to bis head. The only parties in tbe saloon at the time were Mr. Michel and Qeo Davia. When Mr. Morris raised tbe revolver to his hesd, Mr. Michel says : 'For G id's sske don't do that in here. Lew." Mr. Morris savs "I will," and immediately fired the fatal shot, fell to the floor and expired almost instantly. The ball entered about an inch and a half behind the right ear, making a horrible wound, from which hi .rod and brains issued profusely Blood also streamed ont at both ears and at the nose. The revolver was a 32 caliber which he had purchased of Mr Michel some time before When ex amined it was found that one chamber was entirely empty, two chambers con tained empty cartridges, and two con tained loaded cartridges; The authorities were notified, and the body removed to his late home, a abort distance off. An inquest was held, elic iting the facts as above stated. Mo cause can be assigned for the rash deed, except domestic troubles of some kind hsd unbalanced his mind. A law suit wss also in progress, tn which he wss the prosecuting witness, and thia might have troubled him and aided in derange his mind. He wee about 63 years of age and had a family. Tbe bereaved family and relatives of the deeersed bave tbe sympaibv of the entire community in their sad affliction. Mr. Morris wss a faithful and efficient officer, and it will be difficult to (III his place aa well aad satisfactorily aa he filled it. Tiie funeral took place from hia late home on Wednesday afternoon, the re mains being interred in the village com eterv NEW LOCALS. NEW GOODS -AT- HOEFFLER'S. Just received, a complete Stock of MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S S HOES. Men's and Boy's ClotMng, Hats and Caps, Fixrnishingf Groods, Sec tar-Perth wanting BUGGIES, PHA. TONS or (J ARTS should call on June3,74. 0. E. HARLAN. For Sale on Easy Terms. I will sell aay house and three acres el land en the north side ef town at a bargain,. There Is a geod well add a number of bearing fruit trees on the premises. Call on or address CHARLES LYNCH. Woodsfleld, Ohio. o reduce my Stack st Jewelry I am ssUing st very low prices. C. B. HARLAN. Call at Tan Spiiht office for job print ing from a visiting oard up to a full sheet pos ter. Letter heads, business oard on envelopes, statements and bill beads printed n short notice. JACKSON TOWNSHIP ITEMS. Wrmn, Onto, June 12, 1884 The farmers in general are forward with their work. Wheat and the mead ows will yield a. fair acreage. The com is somewhat backward and there are diff erent opinions in regards to the apple crop Some allow there will be a fall crop while others savs we won't have a half of a crop. 'Mr George Stewart, the popular shoe merchant of Bridgeport, Ohio, paid bis brother a short visit. Mrs. Adda Hubbard left for her borne in Betaont countv, and her ftbr went With her on a visit. Mrs. Thomas. Claringtnn, paid Miss Annie Witten a short visit U B. at Locust grove intends to give a picnic for the benefit of ihe'r ehnrch on the 4th of JufV and the Grand Aran of tbe Republic has a committee of flvr appointed to eel ct a grove and make other arrangements for a picnic on or near the 4th of July, for the benefit of thel' Lodge. There will be boo I music dancing and other harmless smusemenU at the G A. B picnic Now, for Felix Magee," or. in oher words, tbe cruay barb- r of Si -lers ville, who hss been judging everybody else to be crsxv b cause ttiat is the general sup position shout him in (own He says. oar friend W which should have been S. hss not moved tb ' Gra sville yet and fiat be don't hay.e to until he gets ready. No person hss ever said thst he moved to Grsysville, but I presume he ia reedy snd willing to move now to cooler cli mates but instead of moving lo Greva ville there is strong tslk of him locating in Stringtown where he will be pleaed to continue to rob tbe little children of their bread and butter. Tnu toht the truth when you said it was no sde leath er off of my feet for I don't spend mv money In that way Bat it is my busi ness as well aa thousand of othera to expose persons that follow the lowest, meanest and the most degraded business on top of this earth. They no only rob the little children, hut they fill up the alms houses, Stale prisons and send hundreds ol men to the gallows and I dare yon r any ot her person to deny It. Now you accuse me of being crankv with vour other false assertion. I will leave it to the readers of our letters who is crsnky in their Judgment. Ton say your Valuable advice is given without asking and vou say I bad better practice the silver rule and let other peoples bu siness be. Hold on. were yon atten ling to vour business when you wrote that article without being asked to? Little Rosebud. 8BNKOA TOWNSHIP lTBMi. Mr. Joe Fleck aad Miss Lucr Thorn berry, ot Barnesvilie, were visiting at Sirs. M. E Ltgan'a, vesterdsv. Mr. C. M Benningbaus. of Baltimore, was in our town some time since look in a after the leaf tobacco business. Mr. J. W. Neahart was visiting at his father' in Calaia last week. Borm. To Mr. i R and M L Ste phen a hov May 27th. Misa Gennie bells, of Qiaker City, haa been visiting amoag l't friends aad acquaintances at Calais for the last three weeks Mr. E D noon and family, of Woods fleld, were ?isiing friends in this com munity Isst week. Mr F Green el tch was at home a few days Isat week on a vacation. Mr. J W. Warner went East with a load nf hogs Iset week and mil go with another load next week. Mr T. C. Mc Mullen narrowly escaped being killed nn Mr L Tattles saw mill a few days ago. Mr. Turtle was sswing some lumber for him snd had s log on the carriage and in mo' ion, and nearly ready to come In contact with the saw. Mr. McMnllen undertook to see whst kind of lumber he wished to have sawed and barely escaped having bis head sev ered from his body. Some villsinous characters stole snd conveyed from the premises ol Mr. J. W. Warner three head of sheep away from their lambs snd- they died for want of food. Mr. Warner informs us thst he is aware who the parties are and ssys if tbey come had acknowledge to the dastardly deed he will not handle them, hut if they fall to comply be will hand tbeir names over to the Grand Jury. The Calais cornet band boys will hold a festival on Ssturday, June 14th. Mr. R A Doater waa home Saturday and Sunday from Woodsfleld where he has been going to school. The Trustees met last Saturday and contracted with Mr. C. C Jones, of Beaver township Noble county, fur the erection or s new school house in the Vernon District; consideration $785 also, contracted with Mr. G W. Cooltas to put a new roof on school house in district No. S; consideration 93, and also contracted with Mr. S. f. Dorr, nf Woodsfleld, for seating new school house i consideration 9124.60. Mr. Dorr represents tbe firm of Laughlin t Scott, Sidney, Ohio. Mr. Joseph Wehr and fsmlly and Mr. E S Stephen attended the funeral set vices of Mr. J Still well of Summer, field. Isst Lords Dev. June 8h. Married. June 8ih, by J. W. Wer ner, Esq , at the home of t 'e hridea par ents, Mias Lide Johnson to Mr. John W. Miller. Same day, by the same, at tbe residence of Mr. W. R. Coultas, Miss M J. Stephen to Mr. Lorn an Mor- r.s, and also by Bee. J. E Mills, May 3 1st, at the home of the brides parents in Calaia, Misa S. L Stephen to Mr. Lee Enochs, of nesr Carlisle, Noble county, Ohio. Mr. Joseph Porter, a former resident of the State ol W. Vs., who came to tbia place on a visit the latter part of last winter and waa overtaken with a ee vere spell of sickness at the home of Mr William Harabman, has of late date been adjudged partially insane bv Dr A. C. Armstrong, snd legal means will be tsken to remove him back lo tbe State of West Virginia where he will be prop erly cared tor. His case ia a critical one and should receive immediate atten tion before it ia too late. Mr. B. F. Howiler and wife and his mother visited at Mr. Jacob Howiler's, near Miltonsburg, last week. Mr. J. M. Eberle is visiting at his brothers, M; C L. Eberle, to-day. Mrs. Dr. Devanl, of Ozark, Monroe county, spent seversl dsys visiting at Mr. J as. H. Hamilton's in this place last week. Sheep shearing is about all done in this vicinity. The present clip is not as hesvy aa that of last year hut la a finer grade, we think. The market ia not act ive and hut very few sales msde yet; 30 cents is sll thst Is offered for tbe very best grsdes and farmers are holding for bigber figures. Urolr Fuller. aWJoaa M Ebkrle, Proprietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Works, Is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones 35 per cent low er than any other establishment in Mon roe county. Work from bis shops can be seen all over tbe county. The Union National bank of Cleve land has been authorized to commence business with a capital of 11,000,000. HOOP'S SARSAPARILLA Hai "decided" claim, upon fie publle. This li posit ively proven by tli Immense food It has done to tl o,c who have been eared ef dlseavs from rtifch they have suffered 1 In tensely fur years, as verified by the publish ed testimonuU, every one of which I,po- ivsraet. CnXLa: IRA, Vt., Feb. M, JSTS. WnL tl 1. HOOD Co.. Lowell TheSthday ot last June I was taken sick with a swcllms on my right foot, and with aa awful pain. The swelling went all over me. My face was swelled so that I could with dtf Scully see out of my eyes, and 1 broke out over the whole surface ef my body; my right loot up to nyy knee was one raw, fteliTni '' tSni couMrwt step oh ftr Ind tTwoirld fti toSUto wetrlaiaSi through In an hour. In t hit condition Mr. W. F. Hood (of U firm of A. K. Hood Son, d ru ggist s, of this towa), handed me a bottle of HooD'S SARSAPAIUL la, and told me to take it. 1 did so. and by the time I had taken one bottle 1 found that U Wtfs doing me good. I have since taken five bottles more. -After I had taken three bottles my soreness becan to leave me, and I have been growing better every day, to that to-day I can walk wlthont eolnr lame. I base no soreness in my ankle aad it lias healed all up, and does not run at an. l oww Riy recovery to your Sarsaparilla. l writ this to let you know that 1 thrnk it deservce the confidence ot the public, especially those wno are irouoieuwun numors. Ti ours most truly, JUMAll fl I Kin. P. 8. Every person that saw me said that would ret over my lameness without ving a running sore on my ankle; but thank God I have. J.T. Ko other Sarsaparlllahn such s sharpening, effect upon the appetite. Me ether prepa ration tones and strengthens the digestive organs like Hood's Sarsafabilla. Price one dollar, or six bottles for five dol lars. Prepared only fey C. 1 HOOD ft CO, Apothecaries, i.ovren, mast. mchi8,'84tS8. SOUTH SIDE GROCERY. H. F. BURKHEAD, Prop'r. I have Just opened a Itsck af Fresh aad Selected Family Groceries O0K8IBYISO OP Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Rice. CANNED HK)DfeV CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS, TOBACCO, &C..&C, which I will sell at Vry Lew Prices. Hair Casa PiltTfor Fresh Kggs Agent for Ford Bros. Flour. Will take ewa re far Fruit Trees stal Stirabbert twr Fnll De-llv erj. II. F. Bl RKIIKtD. JaneJ,'84aa3. SHERIFF'S SALE. John W. Pleahman vs. John A. Fleahman ft ti. BT virtue of a certain order af sale is sued from the court af common pleas wUhin aad tor the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, ia a esse Reading ia said court between the above named parties, aad to me directed,! wUl offer for sale at public aaotlaa at the oast door of the ooart hoass an . Saturday,' the hth dag of. July, 1884. between the hours ol 10 o'clock a. at. and 4 o'clock n. a., of said dav. the folloaine de scribed real estate situate in Monroe county Ohio, to wit. The kORtheast quarter of ths southeast quarter of section tweat nine, township four of range five, containing forty acres. Bald property so ordered to be sold is ap praised at $1,050, and way tell for two- thirds of said appraisement. Terms of sale, cash before confirmation. CBBlff. LODB, June3,'845. 8he iff M. C. O. Sraraesft D arses At'ys. SHERIFF'S SALE. Barbara Kindelbergor ft ana. vs. Elisabeth Kindelbergor ft sao. Order of ilale 1st Partition, BT virtue of a certain order of sals ia par tition issued from the court of common pleas, within aad for the county of Monroe aad State of Ohio, la a case ponding In sstd court between the shove named parties, aad to me directed, I will offer for sals at public auction, at the east door of the court house in Woodsfleld, on Saturday, the htk day of July, 1884, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ra. and 4 o'clock p. sv, of said day, ths following do. scribed real estate, situate in Monroe oounty, Ohio, to wit: Tract No. 1 Forty acres off of ths south side of the following oVoribed premises sit uate ia seeSSSB thirty six township five of range six, soaaaaiaatag for the same at the northwest comer of said section! thence south eighty ecroa aad a halt degrees east seventy eight and a fourth rods; thence south one handred aad Sixty Ivo rods and t ,n links, thence east eighty eight aad three fourth rods; theace north eighty two and a half rods; thence Wast fifty sis aad a half rods; thence north eighty two and a half ro Is; tbenoe west thirty Ive aad a half rods; con tainlag sixty Ivo acres, mere or loss. Tp act He. 1 Also, ths soathoast quarter of the aoithsast aaartar of section tatrty six, township Ive of range sis, (except ths part thereof conveyed to Philip Schneider and d scribed as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner si said lot; these east with the line fifty six perches to the quarter post; thence north with the section line twenty seven and a half porches to a stone tn the road; thence a southwest coarse to the pUvoe of beginning, containing fifteen aad a half acres mors or toss) aad leav'ng twenty roar aad a half acres mere or loos. Tbacv No. 8 also, the following leads ia said section thirty six, township Ivo of range six, beginning eleven aad six tenth reds north of the southeast corner of section thirty six, township Ivo of range six, at a stone oa the section line; thence west eighty rods to a Stone; thence two degrees north seventy eight hundredth rods to a stone; tbenoe three degrees oast twenty fonr aad a half rods to a stone; thence four degrees north sixty tour aad a fourth rods to a stone iu the road; thence Ivo degrees south with the section line one hundred sad seventy seven aad alas tenth rods to the place of beginning, eoataiafag eighty acres more or less, sad ia all throe tracts sao hundred and forty four aad a half acres, more or loss, aad being the promises eonvoyed to Christopher Kiadelberger by Francis Rodgora and wifs, Christian Weber and wife aud Philip Schnei der and wife, aad being the premises or which he resided at the time of his decease. Said property so ordered to bo sold is ap praised at $5,040 aad assy toll for two thirds of said appraisement. Taaaa or 8 alb One-third oash in hand, one. thi i d in one yoar, aad one-third ia two years from day of sals, with interest; the de (erred payments to bo secured by mortgage upon the premises sold. CHRIS. LUDK, June3.'84w5. Sheriff M. C. 0. Hums ft Mauobt, fttty'. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Sutanna JeJFers, Deceased. THB undersigned has boon appointed and qualified as Administrator of ths estate of Susanna Joffors, late of Monroe county, deceased. Dated this 6th day of June, A. D. 1884. juuel0,'84w3. JOHN L. QILLB8PIB. Keep Another Raft THIS The Best Values Ever Seen in the City! Fifty Pieces of Alt. Wool Cashmore.i. In Black and Color-, from 35o to tl per van! . Fifty pieces of Black and b'olored Silks, fro'o ft up to S3 per raid. Good Bargains, Sevnty Ive Pieces of Velvets. In Bis ok- and colors. Plain and Brocaded, on which we guarantee a saving ot from 10 to 26 per cent, another Lot of those All Wool Csmt-Ps Hair Clolb, at 26 cents per yard. Kvery lady . who has seen these goods pronounces them tbe biggest bargains ever offered by any bonse. Very Nice Dress Goods at 8, 10, 121-2, 15, 18 and 20c. REDUCED Our Flannel Department is Fnll and Complete! We have Beery Color, ia Plain and Plaid, from 10 oehu np to fro cents pei yard LADIES' AND BOSSES' WRAPS. Oar Stack ef these Goads is Stavply Bnormons. We have Misses' Cloaks from 95 cents up te III. We have La-lies Cloaks from W up ta $60 We have all the Latest Styles ef tttusiah Circulars, Olsters. Pelisses, Newmarkets, Bavelocks, Heal Skin Plush Basks, aad Bilk Wraps, all at Prices which have absolately No Bqaal in the City. Corns, Judge for Yourself. 8 20,000 WSS m MS' CLOTHING. Ir this Depsr'men we hsve row Displayed fully 820,000 worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoi, s all the Newest snd Handsomest Styles to be found in any market. Come snd See Our Bargains in Ovetcoa's. Come and See Oar Bargains in Suits. Oar Low Prices Will Astonish Yoa. H. db I. BLUM'S 3. Three Combined Stores. 3 183, ISO andlOl C0MM ERC1 AL' GROCKRV HAKKfST, OOBBSCTSD WSBRV BV V. SORFU ABR. ft BBO Mobdat, June 16, 1884. Flonr. psr bbl, choioe $6 50 AM ack . Wheat, per bushel. .. Oats, psr bushel, Corameal, per bushel 70 95 40 80 6 15 18 18 10 15 10 "i 1 00 80 in 1 25 20 12, 12 12J 10 15 12, 10 8 Buckwheat lour, per Ib Coffee, grosa, choioe per lb fancy roasted, Arbacktea per lb . . Sugars, granulated, standard, per lb powdered, purs, " " A standard Orleans, choice, Sy rap, pure sugar, per gall oa .... mixed, " Rice, Carolina oholce he id, per ib broker. . OAS I ID GOODS. Poaches nnsrt N i good No S ...... pie No 3 Tomatoes Queen No S . . . . o a Beefsteak No 3 ... Baker's No 3...... Corn Winslow No 2 . . Baker a No 2.. Apples, choice No 3 Hominy, per lb.. .. Te. Finest per lb . choice " ' . 1 0f ... 60 SSLLIBO, Psosuos bctis-o. Bacon Hog round.per lb 10 Hams N aids - BhoRldor Butter psr lb 8 Bggs per desea. ....... ...... 10 Green Apples per bushel . ... 1 00 Beans, navy, per lb 3 Dried peaches Dried apples " .. I Potatoes per bushel ... 25 Onions per bashst 40 13 10 10 12 I 20 4 10 6 i5 WwwnuMnlsl atweK, Mstrlknt. Jnae 16 Cattk 3tMe Pr pound Sheep 3a4u per pound. Hogs 4a5 per pound gross. PJnw Cork. June 1 3. Flour 3 30a6 00; Wheat 1 02; Corn 6la62c; Oats 37a43c C incur. June 13. Flour 5 006 25 ; Wheat 87c; Corno4a55c: Oats 33c; Bye 64c Baltimore. June IS. Flour 2 75a5 75; Wheel 1 00; Corn 60c; Ot s39 R e 70c. Philadelphia. Philadelphia, June 6 Flonr 3 00s 6 85c; Wheat 1 03al 04c; Cora 60a 61c; Oats 37a3oV, Bye 70c CATTLK MARKETS. Wheeling Live Stack, Market. Wbrrliru, June 14, 1884. Cattle Fnll supply; 50c lower per 100 lbs; good cattle, 900 lb, selling from 5 to 6,c ; 700 to 800 lbs 4 to 5. Hogs Market l ill ; 4 uc per Ib. Sheep 3s3Jj0 pt lb. Lambs 5 to 5,c New York. New York. June 13. Beeves Mar ket dull and all grades below good fell off lOalus; top grades steady and arm, extremes, uative a ouad o, wiib z car loads lancy export steers taken at 7 60a 7 71 respectively. Sb ep Market opened strong snd closed weak ; common to choice lambs 7 259 50. Hogs Market dull, nearly nominal ; lire bogs 5 20a.) 80 per oat. f -Ml,? STILL Up! t of Bargains WEEK. O-r- One Lot of 44 inch All. Wool Flannel Snitlngs rednned fro -a $5e to 62 j?. Yon Cannot Resist this Bargain. One Lot ot Changsble Anhair, In Beanttfal Combination Checks . and Plain Colors. Seduced (rots 35c to 3o per yard. -or- street. East Liberty. Ea-t Libkrtt Jun- 13 I --M trket slow Pilvlelphias 5 60a5 75; Yorkers 5 15a5 30. Sheep Market dull Chicago. Chicauo, June 13 Live Hogs Market active Nr firmer and 5c higher;' rnujih packing 5 10t6 40; packing sn.l ihipf.i g 5 41 5 75; light 4 90 j5 55; -kips 8 50-4 75. Cattle Export grsdes 6 50a7 00; good to choice shipping 6 10 .9 50; common to meHim 5 20s6 00; grass Texana 3 605 60 Sheep Infeir to fair 2 20a4 00 me dium to good 3 75 4 00 ; choioe to extra S 00a4 00. Wheeling; Produce Market. Whsjclino. June 14, 188 i Bu'tc Prime to choice creamery 18 20c ; chotn dairy, 16 1 18c ; conmon o lair do, I4il5c; goo I t prime conn;.- roll, 7 9o; coram n mix-td stock, 5a 6c Slow lemand. Beeswax Is q ioed at 32 35c fl ft. Beana Piimenavv $ hu 2 10i2 20, marrow fat 2 40 12 50; hand picked rae liaras, i 25 2 30. M trket doh 4 bet ter Cheeap SsIps in s jobbing w? - of prirm mild 0 io Isciorv at 9sl2lc; N w York G sben, I4fI5c; Swei Jar, 13 15c; Limberger, 14al5c. E.'2S Stricllv fresh stock, fsir de mand at 15a 16c d z Feathers Ctioice, 65a70c in original srksges, 4a5c more in small lots. Oni-.ns 60a70c $ bushel. Peaa-GrecD, 1 dJat 60 bo.; 3 Sic ft. Potatoes Near by receipts 1 25 $f 'h. Sow demsnd. Sweet potatoaa, 502 75 Poultry L ve chickena, I 78w4 09 A . . A J . - -I 1 v e . e - obi, roncM Ul aCTU, IVlUtJ, MJ 8JIHUM ena, 12al3o; do ducks, 12sl8c. Good demsnd Bsgs Are steady at ltalo for whl'e mixed cotton; lalfc for all wool snd lialc for mixed. Lard Country prime, 9c. Tallow Count rv, 6; city 7c. x-iVJ. M. Ebbrlc, Proprietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Works, and build er of tbe Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu ment, at Bellaire, is closing out his im mense stock of Headstones, Table's and Granite and Marble Monuments per MM!. CHEAPER than any other estab lishment can do it. Free Democracy. Hamilton Democrat It will be much better for tbe Demo crats ot the third district to select tbeir owa delegates and instruct them too, if they plesse, than to intrust this power to a few men in oiumhus or st Chicago. B. St O. It. R. Annual Fourth ot July HxcuraiecM to wad from all Stations on the Trans Ohio Divis ions, m. On inly 3 1 and 4th 1884. theB 4 0. R R Co will sell round trip e enamnfaa ickets to an1 from all s'atiohe On IIS Tran Ohio Divisions, at low exoa rates; tnese ucKeta win no good return- ins until Julv 7ih. incliiaive. .1 . m BBBanananaM - -- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Ettate of Michael Zwick, Deceated. THB undersigned has been appointed aui qualified as Bxecutrix of th will at Michael Zwlok, late of Monroe Coanty , dCM. Dated this 6tU day of June, A, D, 1 8a4 juaol0'84t3 CATHARINE ZWICK