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TUB SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY," OCTOBER 18. 1884. . ..MASONIC OIHECTORT. Uokkoc Lobob No. 180 F. nd A. M., - taeet Muonio Hill ik Wnodsfleld, on Wednesday venlnga. om or before each fall saooa. H..B. HtLL, W. M-l Jab. B. Mortars, - Wy. " ' ": f ' ' : "WooMrreLD CHArTM Wo. 85. R. A. Tat, tNU in lfMonlo HalL Woodofldd. on Hon . 1 day arming after fall moon: J. It. SPRIOOS, : M. K. EL P t Jaa. R. Morbis, Seo'y. j . f4" CDIJRCO DIBECTORT.. . St Stltbstek's Catholic CHTJBCH.-Bev. father WEistNOKR. Pastor. Service at 8 and 10 o'clock A,K 8unday 8ohoot at 2 f Vespers tnd Benediction at S r. it : 1 " ' ; HUE. CHtJBClt. Services at tha af. E. Church. Wood.field. every Sabbath. Freaoh . fafrat 10-iWA. K. and 7 F. At. Sunday school ' iaa P. It. Preysr meeting every Thnraday . at t r. K. Pastor. Rev. H. D. 8TMJFMB, PttUBTTRBtA.lt CmtRCH Servioes at Pre byterl.n Church. Woodstteld. every two weeks beginning Sabbath. Jan. 87th, t4 o-'olook P. K .'Buchanan, every two weeka. beaWn; Sab bath. Jan. 7th, 10X A.. New Caatle .very twa.week. beaHnntnit Jan. 80th, 11 A. v factor Oct. Vr". T, Qabrowat. . , -, . MIS. M. C.1 WEST, Loeal Editor. Index to New Advertisements. 1 Local,' :.: : ' K. HAELA1J. Account, 1 B. K. Waito. atuidinff on the taple this ekv J f ' J '.T ' ' ' Mrs. Aitbub 0i in vlaltlnjr, 'rela tires ia Bellaire. . . . The first snow of 1h lesson fell here on th 23d insL . . . .. U .-. . f Mrs O. O. STttB spent last Fridsy ,mnd Saturday loZaoeaville -; - The Stafford- Ovoet Bind farolshed the mnsio lor the Fair last week. 4 . Mr Jan PnfMnfaTOH and Wife Of 'Antiocb, were in town lnet week. ' PRiaos, Esq., of Caldwell, at- (tended 'CuorUn thia coanty last week. Fbamc TTiluaks pacing horse won the county jMoe on the first day of Ihe Fair. - ' 'CaMrr H,4thT pacer,v owned by . IFbaik WitLUMi, 4 the best horse in . Monroe coeoty. r : r J o , rf -' Mr. Will Mobwi and wife, and Mrs yr. T. MoBBW-epeot laatatrday ahop- .jping Jn anevillf. : . , -. - a The tUendarse at the Horse Fair last -weak waa not large. , The rain on the lrst day -kept the people at home.. ;:: s "Recorder GaHm recenfly nrchis edtbe dwelling house ofs?. 8chda cas, ffr-i on the East ide ot town.w I Mr.QOKBr and, daughter, Misa Tmki, of CaWwoii, epeat a fe w days With frienda in tbia place last week, ' K Mias kuLVt PiCKtanr. of BtrnesTille, nd Mr. Jo. Ga.u,BfB, of WhertHijt, were married at Columbus, last Wednes "day -. . '.;,.s, wflee Erery Democr j In your township this week, and Irae each aid every one of them arrange to attend the election a Tnesday, Na?em-( fber tb. . . -." . j SVl ia sail jUat ' a piece of line; placed on lire eoala t toe will; flectually -clean ont a atore pipe, . the' jrapbr produced carryieg off the toot y (chemical deooatporition. -'- .' ; ' ''i i m i 1 " When jou boil your cabbage pnV In witt it if small' piece of fed pepper, Thifrwill pretest tke disagreeable odor Vh'lck preradee the kltcTea and "some, times goes throoglj the honse SW When a girl begins to take an in .teres hi the condition of a yoag man's Iwardrobe It lie a ein thny are angaged When she loses all Interest la It, It la .ign they nse parted or are married. , t j JSrOa the tU inst , a little aoi aged Voflf ye'are of Mri- Eli i-; Milt. w, ol 8eneca township, tbia county, fell in o ' tnbot b.illng cider and waa injured o -badly that death, ensued withia a U lioara. " . ' : - ' " 1 ' i I'litasmtaj - " ' ' X3r"HabUM la-hard lo overcome. V 30a take off the Urat letter It doea not Change wa bit." - If yo'a take off another 70a still hs?e a "bit left. If ?oa take off attH another tha ;whote of "tr re laalna. If yon taka off anotheri It la not "t totally ased oP' AU hfch oel to show that If jfoa wish tb get' rid r a "habit" yoa had better throw it off ialtogetber.' ; '' ', T' '.'jHrThV elecUon" in Wetxel county, West Vs., resulted in faTO of reloca. tlon.of the county seat by o,lW rotes for to 946 against. ',, . .. . , ''. Job aMcELDowT wai .re-elected Countv Qerk by 407 'majority,' and- W 8. Wail was re-elected Prosecuting At torney by 315 majority.'' " 5 . The new county bulldfngs' will; be ,itA t Wtlevrille. aboat IS miles 'back from the Titer ' ; " jEyThete were, two good . races on Thnrsdsy afternoon, the second day of .tbeHorseFalr '- ;'"." : w 'f'Tha rnnninff rSCfl WaS B fine One. . Tbe Entries were: Grey Esgle, Yellow Cloud ' and a Pittsburgh pony; f s ; ! The Don took the ' first, . jecond and 1lfth.; Yellow Clood, the third and fourth In tha nsclnir race there were three Entries'; Sorrel Billy, Charley H.' and a rey mare from Virginia Billy", car. Tied p.ff flrat money, the grey second :Bd:!'Ch 'riCbarley' each won a heat. i- 1 MATRIMONIAL. Tha maniata of Mr. F.'.C. SHIBta to Mias Ltjct Rao. both of tbii place. r. .t (h noma of the bride on VUVU ,M t mw . - 4 "Tnaadav. Oct.. 21at. at ft o'clock a. m. srThe ceremony waa performed .by Rev. - H. D. Stacv ran. In the presence , or a 'iihmtwr of friends and relatlvea of the r contracting oarties. After cocgratala- i titn the company was invited to1 the ' dining room, where viands such as would - aatisfv the most epicurean palate were ' awaiting them. The inner man being aaiisfJed.'the presents: which were nu mirnni nnrnnrlate and valuable were -ithen iiianlaved. after. bioh the, newly 'wedded couple took the tram for Pitia. tnrgh and ' Clevejsnd where theywlll lifit friends. May their cup of happi t ess be full to overflowing. DEMOCRATIC HEETING3. IN UNE FOR KOTEMJJER. UP AND AT-'EU,-B0YS! The People will be addressed on the political issues at the followlngtlaef and places: ' W INLAND'S .SCHOOL HOUSE, Franklin Tp., Tuesday etenlnit. Onto-bw-88- Speaker -Jttlge R K Walton and John Mior. ' CLARINGTON, Thursday erenlng, October 30. Speakers: J B Drisgs. Esq., Judge- R,JCWshon and Dr B Uenhle.'- . I n - ' O s BE tLLSVlLLE. Frldv eenng, Op tober 31. Spaher : A J Pearson, Esq , and Jude B K Walton. 1 . . BttACEfS; SCHOOTi"HOUK. Ad ami township, Satardy eenln,, Novem ber I. Speakers: Judge If K Walton. M Moors and A J Pearson, Esq, LEWISVlLLE,"Wednesdaf eretrlng. October 28.' . Speakers D S Spriggs, E,o, an Q W Hamilton, E-a. ' i MILTONSBCRO; TkuYsday eTnlng. Gctober ' W . Speakers ie D : S Sprlggs, Esq. and G W HamiUon, K,q. CALAIS. Friday eienlnit, Ootpher 31. Speakers: D 8 Sprlggs, Eq, and G.W Hamilton, ff; (?, ! i :. LEBANON, Tuesday evening, Octo ber 28. Speakera: J R Morris and W H Booth.- :;.:'? '-V-Af .j.-;tV .0 GRAYS VILLE. Wedneaday eieninjr, October 29. Speakers : J R Morris and W H Booth. - "BROWNSVILLE, Thnrsdsr eierrlne. October 30, Speakers : J R Morris, W H Booth. and, T Beef.. ; i ANT0CH, Friday tenlog, October 31 Speaker: J R Morris, Hon James Warson and. W H Booth. . . NEW CASTLE, - Thnraday avenin?. October 30. Speakers:' David Okey, and Hon. H Maury i If . 5 . SARDIS, Friday evening. October 31 Speakers: David .Okey. Esq, Hon H Maury and J B uriggs, E-q. -' ' BARES VILLE. Saturday eTening, November I Speakers: Dsvid Oiiey, Kq.'Hon'.H Maury, F Reef and J B Driaee,?E'q ' T ' TOWN HOUSE. Wayne township. Wednesday evening, UctpberJS. Speak- . . . . vn era: Hon James waiaon, a renrson. Eql and John MooriiS?7.f i Hi. CAMERON, Tburslsy, evening, uc toher 30. -Speaker: A J Pearson, K)q. snd Dr G W Steward. 2 .i r , SWITZER SCHOOL HOUSE. Swlt- aerland township, Saturday evening, No ember I. Speakers: G W Hamilton, Prof D McVev and M Moore CLAY LICK-SCHOOL HOUSE Jack- son township, Friday evening, O -.tober 21. Speakera: Dr B Dennie and M Moore; i ? s .- V OO D S1TIE T-T3, Monday evening, November 3. Speak- . t it nr 1 . en: A 4 real son, junge a, a. nnuc, J B Drlgs,G W Hamilton, James Wat aon. Judge J R Morris, James A Wat son and others. Speaking will commence at 7 o'clock All citix ;na, of every shade of political belief, are invited to attend and, hear the important Issuea of ifee campaign fully discussed, -i h'-.-i ' .- I - :' :. Local committees are requested to mska all necessary arratigemen'.s lor holding thene meeting. By order of Commute. H. R WEST, CHat S. A. Atkik80h, Secretnry. 1 Br. L. Pagln'g Appointments, Dr. Paoik will be la Monroe and Belmont counties, in November, as fol lows:. Woodsfleld, Driigs House. Monday, afternoon, Tuesday- and . Wednesday, H vembeTl0, 11.' and 12 - - . Jerusatem, Thursday, afternoon, No vember 13. Malaga, Thursday, afternoon, Novem ber 13. Snmerton, Friday, till noon, Novem ber 14. " Paroesvtllr - F i lay aftvrnooa .and Saturday, November 11 and "la :t.; DttD October 20. 18S4. at the resi dence of Jndga William okkt. In Woodsfleld, Ohio, Hist Oaal, aged T2 years, after an illness of many month! ; Tha deceased was a sister or Junge Okey and made her home with him tor manyyeira.; 7- ,'.. . She was born at rownamn. neimont County, and her parents, Cornelius and Hannah Okey, removed to the neighbor, hood of Wood, field before ahe ws foot years old. Deceased remained at home on the farm until the death of both her parents. Beinz the eldest dauzhter. and fjer mother fbelnir cnrnied Tawtoom foj- jreare,she bad charts oMhe family, and well ahe performed ' the - part of' a mother to the rounger children. Some years ago there appeared on her breast what proved to be a bpecies of csncer, which continued to grow and Dread and was at tiroes very piinfol. She continued to suffer until her death I The deceased, in early life, Joined th M E Chnrch and remained a faithful member during her lLTe. She was a con atant reader of the Scriptures, especially the New Testament, and a firm: believer in the doctrines therein taught. She of ten exoressed the desire 10 eo to Jesus Durina.tne last month' of her life ahe often spoke of her expectation and ne- sire to meet ber mother, A private grave vsrd was set apart on the tld farm, where bet parehts'Bnd othersof the familv kre hurled, and vears airdl sne exDrewsed a desire to b.buried tty'lhe aide of her mother. - 1 Da request wss Stnctiy com; plied with; . Re v. Slander, of the M E. CKnrch,- oflloitel .at the harlat, and. on -Wednesday ahe t waa followed to the gfave by a large number of relatives and friends, wn'o do not' mourn aa those that have no hope. jtgrFor the ecumenical cOnneifl of the Roman Catholic to.be held tn "Baltimore on vera be 9 -tThe.Bi!Um.ore and Ohio R'y. will jeturn delegates on cer tificates at one third the lowest unlimited rate who have paid full fare over ita line to Baltimore. Carte' IPUefXlvervPttlr-wUl posi tively cure sick headache and prevent iti return.: This in not talk, but truth. Oie pill a dose. 'To be had of all drug gists. See advertisement. v -i? ... 3T Joaa 7 M- EbVl'i 4 Proprietor 'of the: Miltonaburg Marble, Works, Is pre pared to burnish, Mqnnments, Tablets and Tombstone 25 per cent low er than any Ather establishment in Mon roe. county. Work from-his : sboya can Dl ieen ail over me county. - - Marriage of Dr. J. L. Mason to ML HattieM.Okey. Ed Spikit: She, who was Ha'tFe J Okey seen ad daughter of ' Mr. El'-"" Uk y, ot Stall .rdr was man led at residence of her father.Thursday evening Ootr lft'h - tp our talented and .rising young Physician, J)r J. L. Mssoo. - By an unfortunate "occorrence the train waa missed, on. which be was t return fpm Bellaire, which delafed the party several bours.. In fact. It began aeiiously to be qnes ioned -what has b come of Dick ? . But the Dr. by special effort turned Vplo seasonable time.brigbt and fresh and everything went off "mer ry as a marriage bell." Tba company of invited guests ws unusually large and fine looking Among i he crowd we noticed the irrepreaaihle Will Gibson and wife, Mr., Fred Ullman and wife, Mr. Oalchell nd wif, Mr Isaac Hogue and wife, Rev. B. E. Car penerjnd wife, Mr. Tom Swartwood and wife, Geo. W. Robinson snd wife snd scores of other, we hsve not room to mention. The pleasant home of Mr Okey. wss beautifully decorated and lighted. The ceremony was performed at 10 o'clock, by Rev. J. K Shafts, ol Stafford, ao'1 the rpasl which followed, snd preside 1 over by Mr. Okey, and Master Miles' -was .worthy ra Queen The wjeddinaf, cake waa"' espfclaliy flrie, bu'lt up in. the form' of a pyramif, in consecutive layers, with hands clasping over the top Many beau'Pul and valu able presents were brought in and pre sented to the newly mart iii couple, as follow: - Mr and-Mrs G "W.- Mason, set of silver ware; Mr. and Mrs. Reward Okey, set of ehiha ware Wst Rie" Hughes, fruit "dish : :' Mis. Mamie Swartwood, French miror. Mr, aod Mr. F. Ullman, half doz. goblets arid' glass pitcher Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Wells, fruit dUb; Mr. and Mrs. Josiab Rucker. china molasses csn and cake stand ; Mr. and Mrs, J, W. M. Brock, half doz. napkins and tnolas ses can; Mr. and Mrs. John B ister, table linen and fruit dish; Mr. and Mrs. J as. Brister, spoon bolder and parlor lamp ; Mr. and Mrs.'1 C - P. Burhacher, washbowl and pitcher. and counterpane; Mr. and Mrs. H R Tanner, at. of knivea and forks ; Mr. and Mr. Wm. Gibson, aet of silver knives; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rbinion, table cloth' and filver butter knife, ; Mr. 'and Mrs. Jno Hagerman, glass frsk disc : Mr. and Mrs Swartwood, aet of knives and fork, counter pane and stand cover; Mr,, and Mrs. Peter U'lmsn, set of silver apoom ; Mr. and Mrs. O A. Slosh, pair of wool en blankets; Mr. and Mra Jno, Gatch ll,. table' linen; - Mr. abd- Mra. - Isaac Hogue, counter pane and pair of pillow abam; Mr. and Mra. O. W Yockey, washbowl and pitcher; ,Mr.. and Mrs. Philip Fe'tner, dish and soup bowl; Mra. Nancy Carmichael, froit dub; Miss Jennie Okey, pair of Turkish towela; Miss Jennie M Okey, pair or Turkish towels Mias- .I ts .Yockey,' , French rairbr'; 'Mr."J; E. Turner, 'tea pot ; Mr. sod. Mra. J P. Martin, 1 glass cssior and pitqher; Mr and Mr. Frank Ma son, glass pitcher and I set desert dishes. Among other, things, we noticed a beautiful picture In shell frame, and oth er valuable articles belonging to general housekeeping amounting in all to about one bnndred and iwentytflve dollars. -The company .fM-ptttstd at a late hour, wfth many good wisb. for tha", future welfare of "Dick and L'ssie.' K. 7 P S. Gazttte plena copy.'' s- ' Don't Give Up Yet. v C, It doesn't, follow that a patient will die because, the doctors hsve "given bin up" or that .he .will recover, because 'they promise to pull him through." It i never to late to try the great virtues ol Pfker' Toniv, Mr. Michael Goilloyle, of Bhghamton, N. Y.. was cured of Rheumatism by it after ten years of un speakable suffering Mr. R. W. M tsber, rirugitist, of same city, cer ines that he has sold over a thousand bottles of Par ker's Tonic through is reputation for tbia and other curp. ')- OBITUAllY. DitD. In Cameron, Ohio, ' August 29th I884r Wi liam. Ames Safflp. son o James Dand Msrry'E. B fflV'aged eleven months, and fit days. Thw bereaved parents have the syn patby of many kind frienda and neigh bors, wao share with, them in. tbeir ead atfliciloa. But we lorrow. not' ai" those who have no bope, for blessed-are they to whom tbe.L'ird will not, impute, sin; and tha Savior aaidr "Suffer little chil dren to come ' to me, and forbid them not. for ol such la the kingdom ol heay r," . : Dear Willis, (of a tew days good by, . "For fa a short time we will fade ani iiot . - ffat la that fair and kppy land, Take no aore the parting hand. - - , . Trae, thou wast th U01 of oar hearts, ' " I 's And Ua hard toff to part. - fr -1 ' But we wnald' no snlUlaee bask ajalaWi To thU world of ia and pia, 'f But WiVe tfcea In thai land of 6it, ? Where ws shall be tomer blest i . W. A. Bncklen'a 'Arnica Salve.; , ' Tax Bi8T Salv in the world for Cats'. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheam, Fever ? 86res, Tetter, "Chapped Bands, Chilblains, Corns, and all fkin Erup tions, and positively eures Piles, or no pay required." It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price" 25 cents per,. box.. For sale by am - aa art. t , a : ? tt. w. rors.- '-..- , -a Says the Democrats Can Carry Ohio o . 1 'a J&ext.nlonUi, ) ') Washinotoh. D. C. Oct. 22. Gover noi' Hoadl v bf PpioJ tpn hc city thia . Li. " f i ' .w rt- eveniDg, on uk way v r w iurt, ne expressed a, sincere belief that Ohio wi II give a Demoora'ic.rnajorlty in Novem her, and 'bat New York. J7ew, Jersey, n .: I i.j:L.-'.1j . i will all go for Cleveland and elect bira by an overwhelming popular1 and' elestorfcl maj'.ruj., VThe people genftjauy, do not kppear to understand Ihe Gi-rmaDs, said Gov. Hoadly. "There waa no special .reason why they of Oirio should forsake the fit 'putHctrtartr a -the SJe -leeUoo t i Blaine they object to. and -ItMs ai tbe'November f'lecfibTj tbatJther'?rjiaf- fection will-be made .mani'eat The Olakn -that ABe; Irish-. ar .jpppped r tO Cletelaad f must a3sa ;sesm. absurd . Bto those who know that the only wafda in 4 )raciicarry veioher 4, snd this with the German snd .independent d'.l ion from the Re- puuwcao, is ail, wo want. ""See that Mr." Blaine' gets - the same nnmher of votes in your' town as Judge Flger;did fot Governor; in 1882 T This is 'what the 1 wild 1 waves- of ihe "stalwarts'-are saving, and they are full of meaning. , Folger was heat nearly 2DQ.00O in Ihe Stats, of New York.1 There may be Just the least bit of sarcasm in tbe language quoted. ' " "' ' Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internsllr. It acta directly . npon the blood and the mno.aa hnrfacea of the evstem. Pi ice mucss 173 centsV For sale by U. W, Pope.,, . (Snqinnatyjrhicli, giya; Peroqjcratjc mi Jorltaej' are jbe populous IHsbwards.f, I hhk that ihe. various t)emocratic "ele ments wflrbe'Driciicartv ' a unit o'n'No- w STOCK Bsirig." Opened - This Week - -I AT . . J, ReducedPrices, nORRlS k ABH8TBONG. oct7,'84. ' Republicanlnsults Answered A Comparison Between Republican and Oemocratlc Counties. MILLlTERACTi,ONTHEl?EPTJB L.IOAN SIDE O TKE HOCJ.SK. THE "DtRK mtM" STAND PROUDLY ERECT, Bealliville, October 23. 1884. , Ed. Spibit: I notice that the Goern sey Tfmes, edited bv DaveTaylor.(Joe' brother.) say a: "Wherever in the 17'.h District were ecoool houses and ohurche and newspspersi Gen. Warner ran be hind his ticket. . Wherever primitive ig norance or medieval darknesareigna be ran ahead " f c ;?;. . .: The above deliberate and willful false hood, begotten Of spite and defeat, aimed alike at Republicans and Democrat!, Is characteristic of tbe two : unscrupulous demagogues (Joe and Dave) whoso re cently conducted the shameleas campaign of lie and money against Gen. Warner. The Eipublicans of Guernsey should not have Dcrmltted this precious psir of sanctimonious hypocrites to hasten the explosion of their oft-repeated boast of superior intelligence by courting an ex posure of Republican illiteracy. The Democrats of this county are few indeed who do not know that Monroe with a smaller population than, Guernsey ha not only more schools but a larger ave rage enrollment of pupils. We would refer the admirers of Joe arrd Dave to the report of State School Commissioner Da Wolf 'which gives Monroe 150 schools with an average of 6.517 pupils, while Guernsey has only 143 schools with an average of. 6,135. How is that, for .'primitive ignorance and medieval -darkness" yoa wicked, lying sinners f 'What is true of schools we presume is true of churches, for they are inseparable ; but we may aay if this delectable couple (Joe and Dave) are liv Ing examples of the work or me cnurcn in Guernsey, the knowledge of their po litical - methods - in the lata campaign prompts the fervent hope that God may preserve us from it. " ' Not only In Guernsey hut throughout the S ate we will find that wherever the Republican party prevails - there do we find a lowered per eentsge of school at. tendance in proportion to their majority, and an increased percentage with Demo cratic majorities. ; , ' We append below a tabulated list o! Republican and Democratic majorities arid per centage of monthly enrollment according to population, from reports of Mesr. Townaeud and DeWolf.Republi can State 1 fflcers : , - BEPCBLICAM HAlOB f 1TIR8. . ' Per cent of . ' " 1 Monthly Unrollment. Ashtabula, 470U 16 BEMOCBATUrMAJOB mas. . " ' Per cent of ; Monthly. Enrollment. Monroe, 2300 24 Trumbull. 3600 17 Holmes, 2' 00 22 '2000 22 1800 tS 1200 22 1200 22 Green, 2100 17 Mercer, Lorain, 2900 19 . Putnam, Summit, 1800 18 Darke, Like, ,. 1800 1$ Henry, Geauga,, .1900 19 Fairfield, .1800 21 It is thns seen that Democracy and in telligence are as united as progress can make them, while illiteracy and Republi canism go hand in band to that degreda tion to which Ignorance so surely reads The following table of divorce and other statistics from tha Secretary of State's Report clearly shows the moral ataading of the two parties n exemplified by the two counties, Monroe and Ashtabula representing the largest Democratic and Republican majorltiea in proportion to population:' ,i .. . ,. ., ASRTABT7I.A. ' ttONBOK. fopntatioa. Majority. PopttUtlon Majority 37,139 4700 2300 i srjiTs roa ClVOBOa. Adultery ' Absence ab4 nee- ' - '''. lech ' -". " . 69 "' Cruelty, fl 34 ' Drunkenness, " 9 , Total, ail.'-'. Embeaalement, , 1. Grand larceny, . 3 ' ' 'Ano'n, 14 ' -J. of 0 Grand total, : 129 : fi) - 19 We would Inform the Tayiofi, Alder mans, Hanlone and P.orman, who have so outrageously lied about tha darkness of tbll county, that falsehood and big. otry are' poor substitutes Indeed for trutl snd Intelligence j and.' that, the .'school standard, of Monroe a .ot only, higher than any Republican county in the State, but her morality. Bvenpn a higher plane aa the comparison of Ashtabula with Monroe, on the Judicial ataUstiCs above cited, clearly proves. B P. '; .r- .i .1.!. ' as; NEW LOCALS. sew aoouis : H OEFFLER'S. Inst teoeivedv a eonlpleta Stook f ; MEJTS, Wt)ME!P8 AJit) CHILTJREJTS SHOES. Clothixig.: Hats and: Caps, F'urniahinjr C3k9;&c tW"Foi all kinds of OooVint; and Heating 8tove, Fine Pipe, Grates At , at low price, Sail at the hardware atom. . O. JS HA&LaK. HTCall at TttB SptBtT-offioa for Job print ing from a viiiiting card np to a fall sheet pos ter. Letter heads. Winftos card on envelopes, tatcments and bill heads ' printed yk short botlos. -" !.. , . , "".'"' 1 NOW IS YOUR TIME. ' I will nell my house and three aeree of land on. the north side of town at a bargnin. There ia a good well and a number of bearing froit tree on the premises. , Call on or address . ' CHARLES LYNCH. J ... .',.,..",' (In 8PIRIT Offioe.) ' ; J'.'f i - ".. WoodnBeld, Ohio. . OONE HOME. H oofifl Said He Waa Sorry tor As saulting Cleveland, and the Latter Asked tor Lenieucy. ' - . Albakx, N Y . Octob r . 22,-.Ssmuel T. Boooe, who assaulted Gvernrr Cleveland Monday last, wss. arraigned before Justice Gutman at Po'ice Cuoit this afternoon. The court room waa thronged by a curious crowd. Boone, who looked careworn, naked and . ob tained permission to make a statement He said he bad bean grestly woriied over bis brother's case, and had scarcely slept for several nights He admitted bis conduct had been hasty snd said be was sorry for what be bad done, and also intis'ed be bad nver intended do ing the Governor any barm. Justice Gutman said be had received . a letter from Gi Trnor Cleveland in which the Governor stated he hail no deaire to prorecote the prisoner and recommend ing leniency. Boone was then dis charged. He, .together itb hit father in law, left Ibis evening for home.. Johit M. Ebulb, Proprietor of the Miftonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monnnjent. Tab'ets and Tombstones 25 per cent, lower than any other establisuinent in Momoe county Work from his shops can be seen all over the conntv. ' Monrcs) County. . , Marietta Time. Republican papers over this Cosgres ional District, in their anguish over the dereat of "China Joe" Taylor by Gen Warner, explain that where there were school houses and educated people, there Tailor bad a majority; but in Monroe county,, where there were 1.0 acbool houses and no educated people, Warner ws supported Men who . write such stuff are either ignorant fools or else ly ing knaves. Monroe county is.- dotted with pretty white frame school houses, much better thsn the school houses ol tbe Republican townabius of any countv in this District. According to . popula- tion, the people of Monroe county take as jnany, papers and pet todicals ss any oocnty in the State. Her teachers rank high, and we venture the assertion that more young men from Monroe county have graduated from Mt Uuioo and th er Colleges, than from Guernsey county despite the educating and refining In fluence of the Taylor family. Monroe county bas ber graded roads, her iron bridges, ber beautiful school boues, her prosperous people, snd whet is iofioitel? newer, an nonest set 01 men, .wno . can not be bonght with Taylor's money, or Intimidated by Deputy Marahals. thieves and K pnblican tho8. The future s&l vation of our country rests with just such men. ... .......... . -1 lYou caa aave 2 J per CCtt. bv leaving vonr orders n.r Mouumenta Headstones, etc., with J. M, Ebkblr Proprietor of the Miltonsbnrg Mai bit Works. ; AH work and material guaran teed as represented. Apr. 15m6 ' Henry Sctuenhain, - foieman Henry Krug Paeking Co., S". Joseph, Mo. , uses Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil with his men for sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, eo. It is the best. , , COMMERCIAL. GHOCRRtT. M AHKKT. ooaaaorsD wibklt bv v. sceti4Tbe. .ib A lao " Mo t at, October U7, 1884. Flour, per bbl, choloo..... , .... $4 604 75 i - sack....... 6606O Wheat, per bashst, aew . . . . . Oats, per bushel, new, ' Corn meal, per bushel ...... .......; Buckwheat flour, per lb............. Coffee, green, choice per lb . ........ 80 . as 80 6 7.15 18 18 15 8 1 00 60 ' 10 i - roasted, Arbock'es par lb fogars, grannlatod, ntaodard, per lb. .. powdered, pars, t- ... A standard - Orlvana, oholoe, ' . Syrup, pare sugar, per galloa mixed, " lioe, Carelina, oheloe head, per Ib ... ' broker , .... ... OAIt aoODS. reaches flnest N i ,1 ... . 25 good No 5 t0 ,, plo No S ... 121 romatoet Qaecn N $..., - ...... .. 12 BeebUak No t 12 : Baker's 5b S 10 Corn-.Winslow No I ' 15 Bakers No 3.... I2l Afples, oholoe No ......,,.... 10 Hominy, per lb....... ' 8 Te Finest per lb. ............ 1 00 choice ............ ...... 60 Piobbos. .'aVTilra. sttt.iaa, Baooa Hog roand,psrlb ......10 , ' Hama ...v.. . ffida . -.... ' Ekoalder .... Batter par lb. 18 Kcks per doln...v.. ....... ..13 iti it 10 '20 'IS -60 3 10 -t 80 SO Qreen Apples per bushel.'..'. ..40 Beans, navy, per lb...,.'.... 21 Dried aobea " ........ 8 Dried applee . . . . .... J 1 5 Po'utoes per bushel, Onions per bahel . 30" 40 ; rtsaeid tcR ittAriiet, I Oct. 27 Cattle 3ja4je per pound Sheep 3a4o per pound. . Hogs 4a5 ; pei pound gtosa. . ' - '"' . ,;, . . ; j ajevrrk,.., . Oct, 24 Flonr 2 fiOaS 65: Wheat 84c; Corn 65a66c Oats 3 2-3 4c. . i!..:,-r.- ' Chicftffo. i"1 '': Oct. 2i.-Flour 4 OOao 75 Whest 74c; CorB6la53c. Oats -25c; Rye &2c - - --''.; iClisclsinatlr iv.-.r , Oct. 24. Flourfi fos4 70; Wheat 80c; Corn 50c; Oats 27c; Rye 55c. 'Philadelphia. ipBiLAOKLPHiA., Oc. 24 Flour 3 ftOs 6 60: Whest 8la82c; Corn &ls63c; Oats31a83b; Rje;70c. - - ' '; ; cmLfiiliiARivfiTs. " ' Vrtieellta Lite Slock M avkel. ' ; ' ... Wheembo, Oct. 25. 1884. "Tbe market ia lairly supplied tbi week Messrs. Hodon A Bayba furnished tbe following1 quotation: - a i Cattle 2 00a3 40 for all kinds... . 'Hogs Fi' supply; 3J ii per lb. ! Sheerv-1i3o per lb. -''-- Calves 4 006 00. "rlambe 24c cer lb. V ' ' -- It ia a type of eatatrh having peon Liar symp tom. It is attended bv an inflamed eondi tion of the lininsr mem brntteof the nostrils. tear-dnota and throat, Mffecting the lungs. An acrid muotta is se creted, the di-charge is accompanied wun a osinful barn in ir seta- sation. Thure are e- vera mum) of aneei. UwaC?VPf" ing, frequent attacks mmrm 1 av of hlindmir hnnrtanhn a. vabr. anil inflamed atuta of the area. Klv'lS Cream. Balm i" a remedy founded on a cor rect diagnosis of tbis disease and can be de pended upon. SO cts. at druggists; 60 ota. by mail, 8amplo bottle by mail 10 ota. t.T BROS. DrnggUta, Owegti, ft. f , AA m. a. mm. aak W r yATA HHn tt?rA)rtUl How Blaine Skinned Ills Neighbors "My Doar Blaine Owing to YOUR POLITICAL POSITION, yon wtre shi to wot k on all yonr bond at a VERT HIGH PRICE and the f .t Is ss welt known to otheis as to myself. Wi aid your friends in Maine be sati ned, it iuej knew Tax 8 acts 1 Warbeit FiHtr.H DiDhtheria Doisuns the blood. Conva lescents should take Hood's SaraaparilU to neutral za and eradicate tke (.oiaon matter. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Has "decided" claims (Ipon the public. This is positively proren by Die Immense good it baa done to those who have been cured of diseases from which they have suffered in tensely fnr years, as verified by the publish ed testimonials, every one ol which is a pos itive (act. ... "' Cttilsea, Vt., reb. 84,179. Mkmh. C I. Boon ft Co., Lowell. Mins.t Tle6tlulay of last June I was taken sick with a swelling on my right foot.and with an awful pain. The swelling went all over nie. My face was swelled so that I could with dif ficulty see out of my eyes, and I broke out over the whole surface of my body; my richt foot up to my knr was one raw, itching mass, and my ankle and loot so lame ana sore I could not step on It, and It would run So as to wet a liandag through In an hour. In this condition Mr. W. Tt. Hood (of the firm of A. H. Hood ft Son, druggists, of this town), handed me a bottle of Huou's Sabsai-aril-la, and told me to take It, 1 did so, and by the time I had taken oue bottle I found that It w.fs doing me good. I have since taken Ave botlles more. After I bad taken three bottlea my soreness began to leave in, and 1 have been growing better every day, ao thatto-dy lean walk without going lame. I have no soreness in my ankle mUt has bealed all up, and does not run at all. I owo my recovery to your Sarsaparilla. i write tills to let yon know that I think it deservea the confidence of the public, especially thosa who are troubled with humors. ' yours most truly. .lOiiAH rnrnr. T. 8. Erery person that aaw me said that T never would get over my lameness without bavins a running sure on my ankle; bus, thank God 1 have. J.t. : Koother 8arsaparllla has such asharpenlnf; effect upon the appetite. Ro other prepa ration tones and strengthens th digestive rgans like Rood's Saksapabiixa. Price one dollar, or six bottles for flv dot tar, rrepared only by C. L UOOU ft COw .Ayotbccarlcs, Lowell, Mass. mohl8,'81t38. DR. THOMAS' WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOIDI A Medicine Witb cnratlve proper tlBt as , Impossible to counterfeit at the PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT, and -. e- . - --. j--. . - -- which is now having an enormous sale throughout the United States ndCanadas. ejlPAvrrnw i t. : -, s , , v ,r 'i ' IX)WKL1,MasS. I was badly sffiicted with Bronchitis and an affection of th throat. Dr. Thomas1 Eclectric Oil cured me . OUrcr J. Bell Lie, aj East Mer rimack Street. DAVENPORT, tew. A a remedy for Ca tarrh Dr.Thomas'Ecrec trie Oil standi at the top. tt cured me, and I be. lie, will cure any mm. Sdw. fk Rowley, as West isth Street. . - --, -... . (During the past two, years I have used bottles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for sprains, bruises. cats. Burns ana unci matics. tt alwavscures. M.L. Blair, Aid. Fifth want, Nov, 9. itsij. GRAYVILLTMlLS. y 1- - . - 1 1. v .: , v. v. 1 v., j.. Thomas, Eclacttic Oil narar fall to care. It cured me of a very bad Ulcerated Sore Throat CR.Hall,GtayUl,m. v .SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1 t 3,d. " -'V;. V: NOTICE. Ib the matter of tie ) Itonms County, will of Ohio, j John Abersold. dnoeased.l Probata Court.. To all parsons Intereatad horoin. Greeting: I, B K. Walton, Probate Judge within and for said county, do hereby trive notice that on the' 6th day of October, 1884. on the applica tion of William Abersold, a party in interest. certified copy of the last will and testament of John Abetaoli. lata of Adams Township. Mon roe County, Ohio, deceased the original will of said decedent, together with the Probate and record thereof, having been destroyed by fire on the 13th day of June, A. D. 1807 was admitted to Record in tbis Court in pursuance of the statute in such case mde and provided. R. K. WALTON, octl4,'84t4. Probata Judge Monroe Co., O. M onr o e Eclectriclil! . . . j - - ' I - - . . :t : ' - . : . .. i ' TXT JL ' -t FTTO ' m 4ioto io a ax-ran tn pursuance of law, t. JonH RtjRGseodER. tresshrer of "Monroe Connty, Ohio, tereby nollfy the lat-psyers of mhl nonaty t&at tbe Tate ol taiatioh tfierein t the year 1884. are correctly stated in tbe foImwinB table, ahowing tbe number of mill (arrd fractions) on CMoh dollar valnsti.m of the taxable property in the several townships. Incorporated Villages and Beaoot District ia said uouaty. for and all mhvw. ndwthutxlawsoIthe8tofOhio,toitt , " T I ; . . - - i . ... . . .;. 1"'V';- , ' jrOYKSHll?J, DtftRlCtS kvt 1; IdDis township, v S: Cameron Distritl 31 lenton toWnsblp, '' dj IrownsVlile District, ' ' . olle'thel township, 6 Center toarnshin, 7! VoorlsBelrj Corp and Dist c'Frsnlilin towhshllH" .-... 9 Staflord District, ' K' Gree.n township, r ; : .' U fscksot) township, ;' r, 1 2 Lee to wnlbip,' ' . . j ? . ' i , 13; Malaga township, 1 HOhii township, . ' ' 16 PerrJ towrsh'p, -l6:aIetnJtowtisbip, t . : ., niCatncron District, 1 . J lP;Clarlngton District, -19aattnptoti Corp. and Diet.,' 20f Seneca toWnsblp, SliCalsls District, ' - 22iCslais CorporstlotJi ' 2H;Summit township, .' '24iSun8hory township, ''''' 25;Beallsvlllc Dlstric, JfllBallsville Corporation, , f 37;Swiiiej-lahd township, 7 "28; Washington township, , . 29;GrsysVllle District, ; ' 3( j(3rayevtlle Corporation, 3'jWavn townhio, .' : -r'.- 1-.- : When yon ask by Latter or Postal Card nshlp and section and number of stoffica Monsy Order or Registered What town posit, P.QStolfic . . '. , ; , ';.;-'- : ; " ThaTrsasttrer's Offloe 1 WlU be open" dally fEubda'ys abd holidays e Wepied) darins bnsibsss nsUrt, Troht tn fratavr (Viiw ' i... antll the Both d.y.ot Deostnbsr nekt, and front th. 1st .y tt April, IS85, to ths ffoth day of imZ wSivs jS-t" 1SS ' : ! - ; - . ' Bring With, yon old receipts tf last year. Uo toWnrhlpor corporation brdert Will be rttyelWd In ntvm.nt .f .'.. . . ' f "t'Sr days." 'd" "'d Tonh,p W. Cor0'UoB TwMttrt Pr. WW do Wrtl toSi Jar "5 fiH tSfiu& paS? 14847. JOII1V RypaGGi5K? Treasurer 1I. b, BLUM BROTHERS' Lllf n Energy, Experience and Hard Cash. Win Cncellcre. TheGrand Success of the Season : OUTSHINES ALL OUR FORMR EFFORTS. We are ready to show you ran nuu TTinier.Lry uooas, Silks, Cashmeres, Velvets, OHoman Cloth, Plaids, and all tf every Latest Nov elties iq Fine and Medium Price Dress Goods, at the nibs' surprisingly low prices ever "We - are Sole A jjents Factories in 3Vew and are showing the Largest ot; ll, WI . ,. ' Ladies' Misses9 and such - as Russian Circulars, Plush Cloaks, and Newmarkets, Havelocks, Dolmans, and all the Latest Novelties of Kraps as fast as they appear in the eastern markets. i .. .... y ..... , j We have one whole, room 80 feet long by 50 feet wide, chuck full of . . . , . -. V II and Overcoats, which we are offering at such low prices that you cannot help but buy. ', , Trade "Vltlx TJs. It 3VEorn o Oxxro Suooeosi - ;-,-! - In securing for yourselves the widest range for selection, the Latest Styles, the most Reliable Goods, by far the Lowest Prices.. .. . . . - ,' , -'' ''." These are the Facts. 3. Three Combined Stores. 3 " 103, TOO ciXLcilX Belmont atroot. : Presidential Election. ' Tuesday . November 4th. T1"JoaM M, Ebcrle, Proprietor ol tbe Mlltonsburg Maible Works, la pre pared to furnish Monnments, Tablets and Tombstones 25pcr Cent. LOWER i ban any other establishment io Monroe county. Work from his shops caa be seen all over the connty,' ' Presidential Election. Tuesday, November 4th. C b u n t STATIC. CoDMTr.. B C i as- COntOBAtloS' ) j i . . C c B 6 2 v OB - i. I 3; .51 1.01 2f 2r 2r 47! 1.3: 5 10 l.f-6? ITi 4.7 47 $ &: .6i t .61 6! .6! .ft! .61 6 6i i .61 iej i i .6: 6; ! 6i c: .6j ! :.6i 1 3 te l'Si.oi r1.3j .61 1.3; .6i 14.6! 1 3L5I ! 47! 4 7 1.0 10 10 Ijo1 2.8 .Wj.- 2 b' 4 2.8 2 8 4? 4t 4 7: 47 IO! 10 :1.0i 101 ID! 1 1.0s 10) 10! 1(1 Hi 1M IK 2 8; is; 13 2 8 13i l.Sj 2 2.8 4.7 4.71 1 3 is! 1.3; 13! 1.3! i 1.3 is! 1'3 2. 2 8 2 8 2 8 2 8 2.?: 2 8: 2 8 2.8 2 8 4 4 7 4.11 i' 4' 4S 4 V 4-V 4' 4.V 4.' 4.: '4' 4 4' 6! IM 6 10 iti. i.! 6! .6! M 2f lr 1.3 1.3 6i: U 2.8 2f 10 l.ri 10 1 0 1 M .5! 2 8i '2 8 2.8! 13 131 4.7 tor the amount of yonr taxes, designate yonr properiv olearlv. btat In .. ' 1 acres, In what town, number tf lot, and In whose addition, bead money h Oaniri..J' ii Letter i r . "way py wrUOoata af be. 0- ' litim E mm Si the most complete Stock of New consisung 01 , known. ! . . for 3 of the Best Cloak York and liostun, . ,w Stock ever shown in this mar I (I Children's Wraps, : : ' ..''! - ' . i i " :..f Come and See. I 3 Valuable Farm for Sale. 1 H ACRB3OP LAND In Benton township, I U I Afonro. Connty, Ohio; 00 acres clear ed, balance good timber; well watered; (od house and necessary outbaildlogs; sonool bouse on farm, and Within One-Fonrth MHn . or good floaring soilL For farther putiet. Ura, call on or address, . u 8PRI8Q3 k DRI3Q3, anl,'84tf. Woodsaeld.Ohlo y , O h i o . f. : '! , il'i 5-3 ri (2 - c i. '" c at c a JS 16i 2. 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