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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
HENRY XI. WEST, EDITOK ANT PROPRIETOR. A anion of hearts, a anion of hands, A union of States none may never; A union, of lakes, a union of land. ; ..rdtM Flaaovoub Ukjox Fakktbb." XT Address all letters: Th Spirit or Dkhoosaot, Woodsfleld, . : " Monroe Counv, ' " ,;, Ohio. TUESDAY, NOTEMBER 4, 1884. DEMOCRATIC MBBT150 In front ct the Court House) Monday enlnff. Hon." Cbarlis J. Fadlkkrr, of Wes Vs., died at bis home in Martinabnrg on iheSSthnlt. :' - - Bur lhis letter." James 0. Blaine ta Warren Fisher. Va. ' tlftiM ' HJfiTmf uiAif w . . I. .ft ' ...W ....... I I ..1 I V. T... m " j w. ... - : try vfce Judge Grrsham resigned. . - Marx Alub-i, ot Baroeiville, wss dwn.lsst week.; Marx thinks "Old ' Monroe may be eoobted ' solid for Democratic principles.' Tax Mail Agent Assistant ot the Go . eerie rallied again last week, la thai pa " per, in. behalf ef the party thwt tyt bin lor handling mail tacks. '.; ; - yioixK x . To-day for CTerefoBd and Hesdricla and Honest Government. " Tbr majority agaiost the head of the ' BrpaWcaaj State ticket In Ohio is ! 113. . Detnoci&le wlw bet that the Republicans would Dot have majority lo Ohio have won. ' ' Don't the .Gazette know that when a Pension Agent makes a contract by which a claim is promised advancement, a part of the bargaia is that it shall be kept aecret f - - Bull-dog revolvers, in the bands of ( Deputy Marshals, carried the election1 for the. Republicans in Cincinnati on Octo- ber 14th. ' That outrage will not be re ' pealed to-day. - ; ' ' . Gckrrski County runners have not neen visible ia Monroe County since the , October election. Why this neglect, gentleaien) Has Joes "boodle" bag bees tied op since October 14th. ,Tbc great danger to the Repnbllc fa - from the Republican party and ila hordes of dishonest leaders, such as Dorxt, Bradt, Robssoic, RoACa, Blaxsx t Co. M ' .Tarn the rascals out ! - Got. Clktblard was. greeted in New Tork Isst Saturday night by aproeesaioa f 110,000 Democrats aod Independent .V.nnh lit.na fmm 8AA ....... lone and societies took part.1 The meet tog was the largeat ever held In tbe city. in . . - CO AFTER ; All voter thra wave not Voted at 2 o'clock Is the afternoon. "" Tt? l.rlfV ntantr ma ruihliahat la. I auk was that adopted k lb National Demo- eiatio Convention at Cbtoego.- It con. ' Ticts Republican editors of eeterepresen- stlon, hence their charge that it is not genatne. The Gazette- will please make ;. a note of this fact.. ,. , . - Tbe meetings in this county lsst week were well attended. The Democrat of Old Monroe" are 'afire to the aituation and will ' be out in force' to-day. ; Thpfr dsfamers of the Republican press will be taught that they cannot "bulldost" a ; Monroe County Democrat iato remain- mg away irom ine r na on ereeiron aay. Tbr Gazette wondcra that Tnx Srinn ffce lal neatioa that the Cambridge . Democrat cbarged fravtf In the eoont and Tote in this county. - The Democrat wss : a rehPffade snpperter f Capt. Tailor. 1 the , Republican candidate for Congress, and Dmocrats don't care a copper what it charges. Its utterances are an wort by of notice. '- . ;. ";:.!' ;' ' V'Tax Supreme Court of Ohio, on the 28th nit., decided that tbe Scott law waa unconstitutional. .The Democratic party Is not to be censured for this miscarriage - oi an unconstitutional law.. Its repre- - aentatives pointed out Us errors : Law ycra in vain showed the folly of its en '. actoent': But headlong at tbe behea's of . IpotTER'a clique, it was adopted, and to- , dy every annoyance and 1 muddle is u Ll. tl r . lx our notices of Guernsey' Connty rnnaers rent down belt from Uuernsey County, in Tailor's interest, we neglec- . tea, one , garner loge, . wno . L. . 1 A 1. msoe a speecu in iBertn. tie uwen st length on tfe tariff, and iarorased bis ' audience. that Englsnd took the dat us off of all goods in their Intercourse with . India, and tbe result was that tbe poor . people all froze and starved to death r Hi andienee immediately lit oat for the timber. Adsms township ' gsve an in creased, casjorlty far tbe Democratic picket. ' ' . . ' . J. ' " '' DONT HARK A name ofi your ticket. Vote It straight from top to bottom. Bellaire DvKoerat, The honest and Intelligent votrrt of Monroe County could not be made be Here the lies that were told against Gen Wakkii, Neither woeld Taii-ob's 120 000 have any effect. If Mr. Tailor wants to contest tbs election In Monroe County let his wade in. Perhaps he wants to find out what become of the "soap," The Gaztltt has not dared to publish Claire's own tetters. The trouble Is those letters prove Bianrt to be a die honest man man who osed bis official positions for dlshoieet pirposes. And if elected President be will uss tbst po sition for dishonest purposes. The Star Routers and' other public thieves who bare so disgrseed the coontry will lire in clover. . New York World. , Wl ARC RmiRUCARS AMD DOR't PRO F08B TO LBATK OCR PARTI AMD IDEMTIPT OURStLTRS WITH THK PARTI WHOSE ANTE CEDENTS HAVE RKSN RUM. ROMANISM AND REBELLION. Wx are lotal to Orja FLAG, WR ABE 1,01 it TO TOO. Rt9. Dr. BitrckarJ'e Addrett to Blaine on Be half of the Republican Clergymen of Ne tmk. ' 7 . Mr. Blaike replied to ,tbat address afcd endorsed Its .expressions, and the asses who presented it. ' Wx honestly believe tbat the result of the election to-day wiff be tbe defeat of Ue Republican party. . . The People want an examination of tbe books in the Departmenle at WssL- ington. The People want an Honest Adminis. trstion- of public affairs. Wth Bxaimk in the White Hones the People know that the old gangs, headed by Robesox, Dorset, Bsadt, Roach dt Co., would continue their raids spon the Treasury. The Pople are determined tbat they shall be drrrep into obscurity; Tbr majority of Gen. Warner in Mon roe Countv in I8T3 was 1,607; in 1880; UWi In I88t. ,165; in 1884, J.337. Monroe Gazette. There doesn't seem to be much room for a cry of- fraud front these figures. Bellaire Iniependtnt N it a particle of room for any such cry, and tbe men who have been yelling fraud, did It to cover their chagrin be cause of their defeat. We are clad to note that the' Independent Is one Repub lican paper in the district tbat has treated tbe matter fairly, and has not abased tbe people ofMonroe county ta outlaws, thugs and ballot-box Bluffers. ; ;' Bepnbllcaa Doctors; Disagree, A quiet campaign in Monroe on the part of the Republicans, is the best pol iey M enne Gazette ., The Gazette don't seem to have much confidence in tbe prioeiplea of tbe Re publican party. Tbe troth is tbst V as early .and vigorous campaign bad been mader and tbe issnes between tbe two partiea aa thoroughly discussed and a well understood as in th other counties of tbe district, tbe result . would have been all tbe Republicans eould bsve de sired. The Republicans never foe any thing by a thorough canvass. Caldwell Journal. , r. ' Gentlemen, it don't make a particle o' difference to the - Democracy of this county wbetherjron adopt the "still boot," or the "vigorous campaign" pol icy. Wnea a large majority is required to defeat your candidates yov ca depend upon it that tbe Democrats of Monroe will be found at the election' bright and early. The committee ber pay very little attention, in any campaign, to the Re publican party of the county, hut Just pull off their cotts aod goto work within their own ranks. A few lessons In or gan:xtion 'la what hotb of yon require Never cooot on a small majority in Mon roe when a large one is required. - OurGueas. -The electoral college is composed of 401 votes. The successful candidates mubt receive 301. Our guess is that tbey will be divided aa follows: CLEVELAND. BXAUX. Alabama, Arkansas, California, Cinn-ct'cut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,' Mfeaicippi, Missosri, New Jersey, New Torit. 0 Coloradov f. nnnoii, 9 Iowa, 3 22 13 6 3 4 12 15 Kansas, Maine,- Mastschosetts, Michigan, , Miuneota. ' 8 14 13 7 13 Nebrssks, 8 New Hampshire, '8 O'egon, 6 9 16 9 as Pennal?ra, . R iode Island, Vermont, North Carolina, 11 Sonth Carolina,' 9 Total. 137 Tenaeseee, '. 12 Texss, .13 Virgin'a, : ,12 :; west Virginia, Total, v 227 T BODarxoL. Ohio,'; Wisconsin. Nevada, We give Blaikb all and more than bis dishonest record entitles him to Queew Victoria's Moauuess. I bear tbat the Duchess of Albsny is anxious yo lermiRAis ner residence at Claremont, and in all probability she will only return there for a short time. Tbe D iches of Albany cannot live there on 1 OOO a year, even with a very small establishment, for to keep np tbe place properly coata 20,000 a year. I bear mat tne iieen list some idea of quarter mg ner wiaowea : aaogbter-in-law at rrogsoore, a damp and dreary place, wnica aaa not oeen regularly inhabited aince -the Prince and Princess of Wales lived there for a few weeks moie than 20 yesra ago London Tnlh. ine t-aauna says, am thankful to tbe NibilUta for one thing. They have made me love ray husband dearly.' Here ia a hint for American Las bands who imagine tbat they are aRlovedr remarks tbe Norriitown Herald: Let then em ploy a number of Nihilists, to attempt to blow them op.. Then in a short time their wives may cease to blow them np. Headache, teaspooafal doeea cures, of Cheney's Stomach sad Li Ter Regulator, Sold by R. W. Pope. - New TorV World Only Twelve Votea "Wanted. West Virginia bss taught Mr. Blaimx that his expeetstion- of making a break in the Democratic column waa ground leas. He cannot change a single Demo cratic State in the Sonth. Common sense tells htm tbat be has no chance of carrying New York. . He gives np this State to Cleveland. Tet he does not abandon bis hope of election. He fighta for an enormons stske, and he will continue to struggle with desperation to tbe end. With 1&3 votes from the certain Dem ocratic States and the 38 votea of New York, Grover Cleveland will have 189 votes and will lack 12 of a majority. Indiana has 15, more than enough New Jersey bas 9, and Connecticut 6, which, together, will give 15, or more than enough. If Blaimx conld carry every other Northern State, be can be elected with out New Totk. This is the reason wiry the Repnbli csns have practically given np New Tcrk, and now concentrate all their money, frand, corruption and false is sues on Connecticut, New Jersey and Indiana all smaller and more easily managed States. In 1878 Indiana caat Its electoral vote jfor TiLDEtf and Reform In 187)Hris dricks carried the State for Governor, though Gramt obtained tbe electoral vote by a majority of 18,000 owing to the disastrous nomination of Grxelkt, Hxmdrick appeara to be more popolar than ever in bia own State, and it can only be by fraud and bribery that the Republicans expect to carry it. New Jersey bas been steadily Democratic for many years. Connecticut voted for Samuel J. Tildxx. B .'sides, California and Nevada votad foi Hancock four yeara ago, and are apt to vote for Cleve land t hie year. Can tbe Democrats mak sore of twelve electoral vo'ea in the N rth out side of New York f That is tbe situa tion to-day. Can the Republicans carry carry every Democratic or doubtful Stnte in the North outside of New York? Tbat is their only salvation.' Now, let os look at the figures col Jly. ' Indiana, with ber fifteen votes, will be more tban enough if everything else be loat or stolen. Nw Jersey and Coonecticnt will give three votea more than necessary, even if Indiana be loat or stolen. New Jersey, without Indiana or Con- necticnt, will he enough if we carry Ne vadaand Nevada went for Hancock. California and Nevada sod a single vote elsewhere would be enough without either New Jersey. Connecticut or In a . i ar 1 a a M niana ana ooto i;aiiiornia ana jxevaaa went for Haxcock. Wisconsin and a solitary vote else where would be enough without either Indiana, C mnecicut. New Jersey, Cali fornia or Nivala. And all . reports claim Wisconsin for Cleveland Besides this, there are posibilities io Michigan, Illinois and Oiio. ' Cleveland cannot f beaten f Congressmen. We last week io'onned our readers that at the election on the 14th the Democrats secured eleven Congressmen to ten for the Repuniisaos. Tbe fol- lowing are tbe elect: Xne Democrats elect eleven Congress men, vixt Third District James B. Cimpbell Fourth Charles M. Anderson. ' Fifth Bnj'inwn L Fevre. xtb William D. Hill. - , Seenlb Georgs E Seney. . Eleventh W. W Ellsherr Thirtfentl J. H Oatnwaite. Fifteenth Biriah Wdkins. Sixteenth George W Gi ldei. Seventeenth A. J. Warner. . Twenty.flrat M. A. Forau. Tne Republicans elect ten Congress men, via : First District B-njmin Batterworth. Second Charles E Brown. Eighth John Little. Nintu William C. Cooper. Tenth Jacob Rooms. Twelrth Albert C. Thompson. Fourteenth Ciarles H G-osvenor. . Eighteenth NaacH Taylor. Nineteenth Ezra B. Tavlor. Twentieth William McKiaiey. jr. The Terrible Japanese Typhoon.1 bAM FRAKCt-co. O-'t. 28 -Toe steamer Arabic, which an ived on Sunday from Cnjua aod Japan, brought the following details of the greet typhoon of S ptem- ber 15, which caused such terrible de struction of life, aod property at Yoko hama and Tokro. The storm csros np so rspidly, and with such tremendous fury, that no precautions could be ta ken. In Yokohama the entire lover part of tbe city, called "Tbe Settlement." waa completely wrecked. The inhal-i-tanta Bed for their lives to escape drown ing Irom tbe waters driven upon land by the fory of tbe wind. . Tbe higher portiona of the city, bmg more expos ed, were equally unfortunate. In that section alone 128 houses were destroyed and 390 dsmagad. Out of eighty sail ing veasels, fl'ty-three were lot, with 223 persona on banl. Twelve vessels wi h 12o persons are also musing. Of five lifeboats tbst went to rescue drown ing crews, four were swamped, and ten men of their crews were drowned. . The tvpboon is the severest expe ianced sinos 18 'U. WTat following advertisement is taken from the Commercial Gazette : ALL DEPUTY UNITED STATES n MARSHALS APPOINTED to serve st the polls on Tuesday, 14th inat, are hereby Inatructed to make in mediate re turn to my 1 flto of tbe complete on'H proviied them, includiog commissions, badgea and arms.. Tbis is absolutely necessary to enable me to make my ac counts, resuired before spplication for funds csn be made. LOT WRIGHT. ' Uni ed States Marshal. Thers were over two thousand of these Deputies in Cincinnati, great msny ot them from other States. Tbey were in most bullies, thieves, and crime committees. Tbe arme ' furnished them were bull dog revolvers, : and brass knuckle. Their business was to re pest, alay and intimidate respectable Citizens Tbe wedding Costume of Miss CsirU Astor, daughter of Mrs. William Astor, of New York, who Is to be mariied. November 18, to Mr. Orme Wilson, waa made by Worth, snd is of white satis, with floral (lesion, a rp alk of Anno, bloasoma. and near 1 ..,1 diamond n. aameaU. OHIO ITEMS. Yellow Springs baa a cat with two heads. . ' Burglars are giving Barnesville a ben efit. . Trampa are terrorizing New Philadel phia. Dayton bas a haunted cell in its station-house. A Xenia colored man has died at the age of 105. Mnskingnm college, near Zinesville, baa 153 students. Tbe Salvationists have already conver ted seven Akron citizens In Montgomery county there are 158 school houses, valued at 8879,000 Asa El wards, aged 70, postmaster at Jacksonburg, dropped dead o.f apoplexy It is ssid tbat Darke comity has more seres of good corn than any county in tbe state. Joseph Hsr'man, a F-emont machin ist, tried to kill bis entire family by ad ministering chloroform A report comes from tbe East tbat Ohio tobacco will not command more tban from 84 to 45 this year. , John Connors waa cut to pieces and killed by a train on the Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad at Fremont. A small steamer, bound from Geneva, N Y., to Ntw Orleans, passed Chillico tbe 05 tbe Ohio canal Wednesday. . . The post office of North Springfield was burglarized ot 1000 letters, contain ing a considerable amount of money. A Sbelbv county man came all the way from Njw Pound I and to' cast his vote at Sidney during the late elections William Don;heny waa sand'bsgged and robbed of a 8250 watch and 9oO in good money near his residence in Steu benville. The grand fury of Greene county is investigating the abduction of Helen OrmsbyofXtn a and her incarceration in a private lunatic asylum." Ground has been broken at Fremont for the foundation of a soldiers' monu ment, to be erected at a cost of 87,000 It will be completed next July. Woid bas been received at Millers burg of the murder cf a s' ranger near Weinsbarg, Holmes county, bunnsy night, by three brothers named Taamt the result of a quarrel. Two of tbe murderers have been arrested. The SpringSeld Globe says : Of the large wool clip of the connty, but 10, 000 or J 5.000 pounds remains in the bands . of the producers. James Titus bas tbe largest portion of this. Beyond bis clip there are but one or two lots left. Colonel Griffin Halstead. father of Murat Halstead, met bia death Saturday nigbt in Butler county, by missing a bridge and falling into a ravine, while returning home in tbe night over a new road He wss a very hale and robust man, though 83 years of age. College Corner possesses a very strange monstrosity belonging to the swine species. It has two bDdies attach ed at the aboulders, two beads, four eyes, four ears and eight legs. Tbe bodies are both perfect in form, and at tract s ereat deal . of atten'ioa among stock raisers. Address to Wool-Growers, State Agricultural Room'.) Columbus. O . Oct 7, 1884. To the Wool-Orowerof Ohio'. ' The undersigned bave been appointed a committee to gather up and make an exhibit of the wools of O iio at the centennial exposi ion at New Orleans, commencing December 1, 1884a ," In view of the (act that O do was so far behind her enter ataes in '.he cen lenniil exposition of 1876, your ' com. mitlee are determined mat, with your co-operation, we will make a show that no ci iz'n of On) will be ashamed or. We want as many sample' and flieces of wool as we can obtain of different breeds kept in O do, and also sample fleeces of the various. breeds and types, vis: rams, ewes and lege, washed and nnwnabed; also pictures in crayon and lithograph of the same to be given or loaned to tbe committee. A limited amount of money is at the command of tbe 0 mmittie to pay express on wool, etc Due credit wi: be given to all persons contributing to the exhibit, and it is believed tbis will be sufficient inducement ti secure a large display. ; It will he desirable to have every connty represented in tbe exhibit Cannot tbe county secretaries lake hold of this matter ? Wool can he sent to any memper of the 0 mm it tee at our ex pense, in the care of James W. Flem ing, Co' umbos, O.. who will receive and store tbe same flease notify tbe sec retary when samples are sent by ' ad dressing Lino at Brice, Oiio. W N. Covogm, President, A K SrRAGVB,' Secretary, S. W. Thomas, ; n , David Watson, B. Waddlb, Jr., Committee. New York Herald. Lord WolaelejM Expedition. Everything is ready for Lord Wolss ley'a start. His programme Is publish ed. His camels pull impatiently at tbeir rope. His boatmen make light of the rapids. , Just at tbis moment, with the dra matic timeliness which bas done so much tor Lord woHeiey, iresn douots are raised about Gordon'a fate. One ac count says tbat be can hold out tor. two years; another account describes the en try of the enemy into Khartoum. , Such a bsxe baa settled over the Sou dan tbat even now we know, .nothing ot the massscre of Colcnel Stewart. , Even it is not certain that Hicks. Pacha and bis officers may not be living in confine ment within the Malidi's camp. So it would be foolish either to belittle or to put much faith in any rumors about Gor don. Still, it is enrions that, exactly at the moment when Englishmen were object ing to Wolseley's extravagance and to tbe futility of his mission, there should come over tbe desert a story tbat Gor don is urgently in need of him. Hunting the Itascals Down. Karkbsvills, October SO. Two of tbe gsng of burglars who have been on erating in tbis town recently were cap tured to-day oy Marshal uarr and bis Deputy. Tbe leader of tbe gang is Do ra Brown, an ex-convict of tbe Ohio Penitentiary, and bis first lieutenant is a man giving his name as Samuel Clemona, and claiming Parkersburg, W. Ya .as bia place of residence. Tbey were captur ed at a house of ill repute in the sooth part of town. A . portion of the prop erty stolen has been recovered . We sn derstsnd Clemons is a professional, and is wanted also at Caldwell, Noble Coun ty, for burglary. Brown ia a bad one, and Barnesville Is bis home. Tbey will be taken to the Connty Jail to-morrow. . Never Nealect s conatipated condi tion of tbe bowels, or seiious results surely follow, socb aa piles, impure blood and many chronie complaints. Burdock Blood Bitters is the remedy. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The mosqnitoes, it is said, annually drink 62 000 gallons of human blood in tbis country alone. dak pil'ars are now cons:dered to be safer in a Ore than iron ones. -Tbey do not wrap from the best. Three strapping Ohio school girfs re cently waylaid a pedagogue and souadly thrashed him for alleged favoti ism. A new species of horses with erect manes like the q-iills of the fretful por cupine baa been discovered in Central Asia. The number of Q-iskers in the United Stites is estimated at less tban 100,000. Tbey bave a ffoe college at Richmond, Ind. The Mahdl sleeps during the day and works at nijht. If he only slept at night, too, he would remind us of a po liceman. Dynami e is a rtrng on the M x:nan market. Tbe local Fenian find tnt the shotgun is much more serviceable as ao anmbilatnr. Goldsmith's "Vicar of Wakefield" sold for 40, and the pohl'sher herd the manuscript onprinted un il the author bad become famous as a poet. The late AnthonvTrolJope conld com mand as much ss 1 000 for a novel ; yel in his earlier yeura he had to be oontent wi h les than 20 as tbe resul: of a year's Isbor. Wasbing'on Irving snd J. Fenimore Cooper bad great d flk-uhy in having their earlier works pub uhed, and the former brought oot bis "Sketch Book" at bis own coat. Tbe total rgi8tra'iin In Nw Yrk city Is 241 950. The total registration in 1880 waa 217.023, and the vote for Presidential electora was 204.745. Wilbur F. Storer, proprietor of th Chicago Times, died at bis residence in Chicago 00 Mondav nigbt, October 27. He wai horn near Salsbury, Vt. Decem ber 19, 1819. All the navies of Europe occupy less space in tbe Briish and continental newspapers than is taken op in Ameri can papers by tbe few old hulks con stituting tbe North Atlsntic squadron. At church in Mexico the men atand. bnt the women kneel. Bonnets are not allowed. Tbe women must not gaze si each other's costumes nor at tbe breth ren. The itvistio show that (485 horse 307 asses and 40 mules were eaten in Paris last year. Tt-i extraordinary con sumption is attributed to tbe hijh price of beef and mutton. The wrecx of th Tallanooaa may be seen at Ibe Brooklyn Nivy Yard. It looks aa if it bad encountered the larger portion of tbe English navy. Aod yet. thougbitcost Ibe Government several millions of dollsrs in one wsy and an other, it went down in two minute con fli'tt with a dirty lit'le coal barge. ine latest dunk. among tbe young hlooda ia tbe "Shandy gaff, made bv mixing a bottle of ginger ale with a hot- Hi of Bass a ale, or as an occasional vatiation, a bottle of Stout. Tbe scientists of N?w South Wales are experimenting to discover whether. rainfall can be produced by the ue of explorives. It won't work. Inepiteo tbe explosives which have been le't off dm ing this entire campaign we bave had tbe most disastrous drought 00 record. An exchsnge says, "Mrs James Sul livan of Michigan Centre baa shot hawk with a brass collar abound it neck engraved with the date 1776 " What, again? The last time Mia. Su livin shot thii hawk was daring tbe Pre-i'ential campaign of J 856. The Congress of the United States would not be complete without the pres ence in it of tbat eminent attteman, that honest man, that good fellow, Sam uel S. Cox, and of course his renomi nation is equivalent t bis re-election No representative has done more for the country than be, and probably no man is so thoroughly equipped for tbe great qiies 1 in ot taritt worm which will he ao live an issue for sojae time to come. The Duke of Cumberland's inveterate obstinacy, observes Tru'b, is worthy ef bis great grandfather, George III.; but nothing can be more fooi.h tban bi present' a'titode, for he will, of course, lose the Brunswick succession ; and wbile he remains hostile the roling powers at Berlin will retain possession of tbe 3, 000.000 belonging to the late K ng Gaorge, which tbey capturel so dex terously in 186S It is not generally known that, in ad dition to the famous decora ion "for merit" which has recently been bestowed by the Ktisr on P.ince Bismarck, there is another German order pour U merite which was founded in 1866, and con siits of a star wi h the portrait of Fred erick tbe Great This decorst'on is ex clusively mi itarv, snd tbe only knights are tbe Kver. the Crown Prince, Prince Frederick Charles and Count von Moltke. Tb Tax Feature ot the) Scott Iiaw Decided Unconstitutional. Tbe Columbus Tiroes of Tuesday eve ning, commenting on this decision, says : "But at the threshold of thii comment, we most prevent the public from assum ing that all barriers sgainst tbe evils of f e liquor trellis are swept sway by tbis decision. AH those clauses in' tbe Scott law wbich were incorporated fron tbe old Democratic legislation stand intact. It is the tsx feature alone that could not be reconciled wi h the organic law." . Dudley's Doing's tn Jew Jersey. " Tbknton. Ojt. 26 For some weeks past Commissioner Dudley's pension agent. In this city, Lttnhertville and nu merous other place have been busy m kins; votes for B'aine. . They repiesent to Democrata who aerved in tbe late war that if Cleveland ii elected they will re ceive no pension, aa tbe Dcmocra ic par- ( ty is opposed to pension grant ; that i they vote for Blaine and he ia elected then they will receive thir pension mon ey promptly. Turn tbe Itascals Out. ' ' ' S'nlen under Grant (first term,) t8, 765.729.77. . ;! , , , Stolen under Grant (second term,) 84.374 299.26. ' ; , ". Stolen under Haves, 81,724 523 81. Stolen - under Arthur's three year's 85.004 800.27. V Stolen du'ing twenty-three yesrs, frnm Lincoln to Arthur, incjusite, 845,527, 625.27. . - i Tbe atore and dwelling-house of C. Wolf, at Lock Seventeen, Coshoctoi county, waa destroyed oy nre.oonnav night. Loss 8J9UUU; sapposoa incen diary. Qiinsv tronbled roe for tweDty years. Since 1 atarted using Dr. Thomaa' Ec- lectric Oil, have not had an attack. The Oil cares sore throat' at once. Mrs. Leila Conrad, Standish, Micb., Out. 24, '83. It is es'imated that the babies of America swallow 1 WO thimbles every year. , If tbe infanta were to be further investigated we have to doubt they might o&er an answer to the old ques tion, What becomes of the pins?" ' ' RUM-DRINKING IN MAINE A Few Facta of Timely Interest From a Prohibition State. Ksfway Correspondence Portland Argas. Some time ago Nelson D ngley, Jr., declared there waa not a single place ia this county where intoxicants were sold. Promp'ed by curiosity, a peddler bss been carefaHy looking into this subject during the past nine months. He found foity-three pieces in Oxford County Maine, which mnde s business of setliu" intoxicants. There were no signs over the doors announcing the business car ried on, to be acre, but avery one who wished to buy intoxicants knew where to go. In each of these p'.aces siima'ants ae vended by the glass or in quantif.es. Usual price eight cents a glass, some charge five, some ten cents' though. Usual price of wbisky,wbichlssold more then sny other kind of intoxicant, aixty cents a pint or $1 a qiart. Moat ot the intoxicants broaght into Maine come In Lbarrels painted and lettered to reeemhle Kerosene oil rmrre's. ureenwood ia tbe banner town, selling more in'oxicants tban any other town in the eonnty. Most of tbe rum sellers vote the Republican ticket, snd are protected by that party for partisan parposes. In several esses Democrats who were frequently arrested snd fined changed their politics ard have never been molested since Clergymen and other friends of morality and tempe ranee will do well to investigate this mat ter, ascertain those who are vendrng in toxicanta in their own parish or neigh borhood, and tbe reason why tbe traffic ia not broken up. Tbey msy get s new light on Maine politics. Transfer the rumsellers' vote from tbe Republican to the Democratic party, and the latter onld- have a larga morhy in this State. In other words; the Republicans cannot control tbe State of Maine with out the rum-sellers' vote. This is a sad but significant fact THE EGYPTIAN SITUATION. The Official Correspondence Made ruDllcUoraou's ar on slavery. London, October 27 Tbe recent offi cial correspondence relating to Egyptian affairs bss been made public. Tbe letter of instructions from the Government to Gen Lord Wolaelev stated tbat tbe ob j'Ct of ibe expedition wss to bring Gen. Gordon and Col. Stewart back irom Khartoum. No turther offensive opera tions than should prove neceasary to se cure this end would be permitted, Nei ther the Eiglish nor the Egyptian Gov eminent wss prepared to assume the re sponsibility of tbe government of Ibe N le val ey berond wady Haifa, though they wuld be glad to see an indepeml en government established ai Khartoum, wbica would keep peace with Ivirope would encourage commerce and prevent tbe slave trade. Wben wss known that Gen. Gordon bad sent Col. Stewart to burn B-rher, the government directed Major Kitchener to send counter orders to Col Stewart. In a letter dated April 22 Gen. Gor don writes' tbat be bas offered freedom and pay to alaves who desert the Mahdi This policy, he hopes, will sound tht doom of slavery in the Soudan. He de ctarea that if Shendy is csplured bv the rebels it will be due to the Governn cut's failure to send Z brhr Pasha tc him. He presses tbe hope that for the sake of the honor of England the Abvssinisn have not been engaged to Gght England bat tits. An Editor's Tribute. Theron P. Keator, Elitnr of Ft Wayne, Ind., '''Gszette," writea: "For the past five years have always U3rd D'. Kiig's N:vr Discovery, for coughs oi mot severe character, as well aa foi tho9e of a milder tvpe. It never tails to effec a speedy cure. My liiends io whom I have recommended it speak of it ii same high terms. Having been cured by it t every cough I bave bad for five years, I conflict it the only re liable and sure rn" for Couvh", Colds, etc." Call at B. W fope's II u S re and e t a Free Tiiil B ttle. Large Size 1.00 It U sai l '',bt there ate only fiv per sons of fonign birth ia the. Uoi ed States Sena'e. VTbere are" it n said, "over 100 di' ferent romoriale erectd on the battle fhld of .Gettysburg, nut none of them tor the private soldiers who did th Behtine." Ntne needed. Their memo- list is part of the countiy'a bisiory. SHERIFF'S SALE. ' Adam Msti , ; TS. ' Catharine Mats a!.'" ( ORDE R OF 8A".E IX PAttTlTIOlff. RT virtue of a certain order of sale ia parlK tionlisaned from the court of commas pleas within and for tbe ooaxakrsl Mwosjtad State ofOliio.ln aoase pending fa said seart ketw'eew the abovs named parties, and ta ao direstev, I will afar for sale at pnblio anotion at tke east door of tke court house in Weedsaeld.oa Saturday, the 6t day ef JDfw6ev,1884, between the hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'eiock . a of said day, tbe following de scribed real estate situate in Monroe county; Ohio, to wit: The southeast o;uartir of the aou heaet quarter of eeetioa twenty three, township ion r. ran ire five. ." Also, the foUowia Sraet of land, beginning at the touthwest oorner of the southwest quar ter of section seventeen, township four, range five; thence south eighty nino degrees. east eleven and sixty-one hundredth ehtuas: tbensc north two atid a half decrees west two and aeventy-five hundredth chains to a white oak thirty six inches tin diameter; then se north tweaty and a half degrees enst two ekains to gnra sixteen ' inchei in iiameter; ftebce norA twenty one dejrrees east two and eighty-eight baodredth ehaiaa to an ash twenty inches, in diameter: thence aorth thirty five degiee baot five and fifty-seven hundredth ohairs to a pop- . , 1 " . a, tar twenty fnur menee in aiameien inw north ntnttaen degrees east one and eighty-two hundredth chnnia to i5rne s oorner; inenoe north thirty-nine degrees east one and ten hun dredth ehafaa to aa ai-h; theses north four de grees east three and fifteen hundredth chains to a poplar twenty inches in diaros er; thenee earae course six and eikhty-fire hundredth chains: thenee ncith seveateea and a half de gree west foar aad twenty-eight hnn )rlth nfcains to a beech; thenee nonk twentv four and a half degrees wet tWa and sixtv hundredtn oduibs: inenoe aorth two and eighty seven hundredth ehsins to a white oak stump; thenoe north aix and a half degrees west three and forty-six hundredth casing thenee north two degrees east two. and aTntv-taree hundredth ohaine to a white oak: thenoe north eicbty nine degrees west fifteen ana thirtv-Sve aundri-dth chains to the quarter corner on the weet line ot aaH section; thenoe. south one degree west along said section line to the place of .beginning.oontaining sifty acres (exoept fourteen acres sold off and owned by Lewis Johnston, and twenty acres sold off by Louis HoefBer. as Administrator with the will annexed of Henry Mats, deceased. d now owned by Joseph Schumacher,) leaving in said tract twenty -six acres more or less. Said property so ordered to be sold Is ap praised at $1,400 00. ana may sell for two thirds of said appraisement.' . Tieu or 9iu One third cash ta hand en day ef sals; one-third in one, and one. third ia two years from said day of sale, de ferred payments to be secured hv mortgage on' tbe premises sold, and to bear interest from day oi sale, payable annually. CHRIS. LTJDR, nov,'84w5, Bhsriff SI. CO. A J. Pbabsos, Att'y. . f . ' ' SOMETHING NEW I Suit The Time s. On aMat of tie irevtn and ynwuVeppers. earning at vers loaxnt of eropf to oar nsiimen. we deem it our duty to share a part of the loss fcy reducing price on all elue of freed sold br is, lower than -erar known in Eastern Ohio, to prompt short credit sad -iV friivtre TL P ' ine Biggest neiaii mock of choice ntercaRndne to be found in this or adjoining owatiea, ad know ws oaa eoavisM tfca most skeptical aa to prices for good goods. "Wo Sell C1&eli3. ;. , We never refuse good pay. Money 20 pounds good Sugar for Best Standard Calico at 4c per yard. An Immensi Stock. Standard Brown Muslin at 6ic per yard. ; . Yard wide Bleached Muslin, good, at 6ic perjard. , v Standard Granulated Sugar 12 pounds for $1. ' English Soda 6 pounds for 25c. Wheeling Sails $2 45 per keg. Steel Nails $2 50.' juood Teas at 2oc per dound. , , , . , y .,; Ui; 'fiest Boasted Coffee at 15c. Ko ee to eneto more; we lave Full Line In Fvoru P.la nl . and will pay your expenses if ws LOWER than you can buy them st retail in any town tome and you wiu reoeive kiad aitaatioa from Sotnerton, Ohio, October 1, 1834 fltto ' breriiseitnis, .. . ASSIGNEE'S. SALE. . THE undersigned, Adoiimee. in trut for the benefit of the creditor! of Tbomaa L. Twioem, will offer for anle. at Pablio Auctior, oa the id day ot Doember. 18m. the personal property of raid Mniirnor. ooniiitin in part of ry goods, grooerie. notion, boota and shoes. hats and cups, olothing and general merchan dise. 8ale to oorameaee at 10 o'olook a. m., and continue from day to day until said personal property is all sold. Term, cash in hand. ; - . e l:lynch . ' Assignee of Thorns? L. Twine m. J3. Z. & C. JR'Y CO. TI.TIE TABf.F. Take Effect 5 a.m., Oct. 29, 1SS4. Trains Run Dally, except 8anday TRAINS GOlJfG EAST. a o a J s I a a-S t- a s s s I e. a si t- a a. t a. "t a H r. 2:3 340 24t 8:10 3:24. S:35 S 45 4 03 41) '4 as 4:44 "5 -a ' LVATFR MM, Zan8f ilte...... .... B & O. JnnoUoB.... Af ill Creek Zepot... a 6:30 64O 6 42' 7:38 7:50 8Kv ' . 8:20 8 A& 9:01 . 9.17 9.32 96 "Wilbelms Chandlersvllle. Freehand .... 'Sheppard's Ridge.. Cnmberland Hnnters AfcClnre... Belle Talley Caldwell Duvall -6 01 10 U 6:91 10:45 6.61 11,20 ' 6:10 tl;44 6,10 11:45 6:19 11:1 Wl TM 6.2S 122 6:40 1285. 644 12:40 . i 1155- ; 7:1 1:25 7 25 l.Si 1.45 to - 2:20 . r 3,30.x 3 2 3 40 , ' , 420 4,tff 4,40 4,58 Sarahsvills. . Freedom,.... ..... . 'fvT.'.S.lO iyw..... 6d Meiu... ...5:25 Brister -i. ....6:35 'Borkhart Lewbville 65 Kerr..... ...6:16 Wood6HeM.l7:::-o 13nB8sl......fi..6 40 Oiark 6:63. Jevasalem....t 7,0 1 Beallavilla ... 7.16 Crabappl. ......... 7 3 AHedoata 7,42 Atraat! trons; ......... 7,60 Captina.i.. 8.00 tslsy. ............. 8 J Jaoobsborg.'.....;. 8,t6 Belbot 8.85 Wis...... M 8,47 Bellaire, arr 25 5.65 TAAIK GOING WEST. 1 8 S I a. ee4 s. A I - 0 a 1 a. 6 g S5 S a. M X ei? S5 S a 3 a a : a aa. 6,00 6.40 6.55 7W 7.12 8 0 m T3 an. isiTSs: Bellaire . 9 2,45 321 Irwin Bethel 3,33 JaoosekJtrg 1. ....... ....., T, 3AS 3 47 Ciptlnk ; 4 05 Armwtrosg ..... ..... Alie4onsa..f Crabappte.... ...... BeallsTille ....... . JeiUsaiem . i .... Ojark 8unSh..i... v7obdBfleld,frr" (lv..,.. ,I5 ? 30 : ,4.25 41 ., 4 51 (06 5,14 6,37 . 645 8.60 - 9.30 . row - 1015 iu - . 11 W 6.25 1130 5,32. rn" 12,05 5 55 If 20 607 12 35 6.11 145. 6,21 1,00 6.27 -1.U 6 40 1.8ft , 6,40 . .14 . 700 i,80 7:31 6 50 5,671 &err,. Lswisrille ,18 6.31 640 6,0 6 55 7,0 BrUter Pryor., 6ammer6eld, ar..... Sammerteldv ..... Freedom...... ..... farahsvlila Dnvall ... 2,54 72' Caldwell........... ' 8:16 8,10 Betle Valley. . . ..." 3,35 tit "MoClore 8.53 8.32 Hnters - 4 1 1 8 44 Cnmberland ....... 4.1 9 8 55 Sheppard's RidUe . 4j5 9.1 1 Freeland Chandlersrille,.'...'." Vy-ilhelms.;. 466 5 05 1 9 45 5.21 Af ill Creek Depot... 602 10,13 B A O. Jnnotion... 0 10.16 Zinesville... ...... 6.15 10,25 - " Flag Stations are marked wi h a (). All others are regnlar stations, at waioh trains will stop without being fagged. . - . f Passing - points are tndioated by foil. faced Ignres. - ' ' - 8. L MOOKBT, Praaldoat. W. K.' Cavvnoa. general Manasts TO- fa if nw r will bay bargains. Ws quote aa fellows! 1. hnnnc t vita ui uuuu:i. WW wa ' ' ' 1 doa't show yon a fine stook aad at . . IPiOalOlESS arodndug. VPs meet aaj aai all somDotitio genteel aaleamea. sep30M?"" C' " BASE HEATER, fwrra Biers to? Surface Burning Base Heating Stovo FOR SOFT-COAL. .' ; Ease' -TO- OT (Oil lip STOFESL , Prsvloas. attempts to fmprsvw Beft Coal Heatlag Hiorea hare atwaya embvaead the self feeding feator, aad have lavarlaMy failed, ws believe oa tbat aoeonat only, t Soft coal Ignites at a low tenvperatuie, aad Is very ii Smable, henee, wba the thlf. Feditig gloves happeced ta rt at na a, poor flos.or fall iatalnexperieaoed IwjBeXdls. agreeable results were ears to follow, ' Eveaaie of thers aatnral d'mealthjs,wifisti we deeos insuraeaatab!, abaadoa, at lm practicable, the se(f-fcedlBg featwrr, aw applied to Soft Coal Stowea, hat we do tea think U aeeeesarily follows taal peoplw wheat necessities ar lac'inaliea hsriu ta ase of soft ooal sbowii aoi Iw provided with belter toves to- aura it ka Uaao aevve over before been offered tbeas. Entirely Independent ef the self-IWdlng-attaohinents, there are many walnabte fea- tares of the Modern Bard Coat Has Barner, which with somt meiifloatlons te adapt thaw t the peeallar natore of the fuel, are qtste) as valnsVe for Soft Coal as for Hard Coal Moves, bnt whisk have aeverbeea offered lm Soft Coal Stoves, ezoept oombtned with the fwprastkat &lf-Peeding Peatnres. . The bner oi this Stovo will obtain all tha advantages wf the- mast .Complete ifoderat Bard Coal' Base Burner, except the Salf- WaaAtm S.tta,limanfc Be. will be abls to keep ap Ire te 10 hours, or tke asaa) time tbat the aoeseaeld is sleeping, withooi giwiag it aay attention. "Be will beaWetvwarm the .floor of hta room without raising the npper portion te diatressing and unbealthj Waparatare. ' He will be able to redaee Us espeaaas far 'Stael- at least one-third. - We eatkaate (aad ewaa VnAav tahat awaa ram lalklna, alwiMl aWat at 4 w amuvw waeaaw w w w " ws wta p waawswa aa W tbe expiration of three years, ho Will aav " a better aiove and mora money la ait poektt,' if he bora this Stove now, at the price, thaa be oould bars if aay prior oonatraotloa for soft eoal were given him gratia, . ' Tha fbUairlng persons are sow nsiag thia stove aaa willingly reoommeaa m M. K. Pearson, Bellalra. . V T. Morgan, -. P.Bralley, A. Wiley., ' ' i. Doge, , Geo. Kera,: ' Lerov Wls ; m :. w . Mrs. Smith, Woodsfleld. John Taylor, Maesillon. rot 8ALX 8T - ,1' S CHICK' linloB Street.' oet7,'84ml. - Bellaire. NOW. E' YOUR TIHB. emaamaaawaavaaa v I will sell my aoase and three acres of land oa the north side of town at a bargain. The re is s good well aad a nam ber of bearing frail trese 0 tbe premises. sH on or addrem - HAKLE3 LTN 0H. - (In BrtBtT ee.f v ' ' . ' Weodsllsld, Ohio. m ML" r 1 1 , OPTDB-i Heating ;.Frindpl3