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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY
TUESDAY,' NOVEMBER 4, 1884. MASONIC DIRECTORY. VTohhobi Lodgi No. 180 7. and A. II, ' tneeta ' at Masonio Hull la Wood-field, on Wednesday ere-rings, on or before mod full moon. H. B. Hill, W. IL4 Jab- R. Mobrib, Bec'y. ; WoooemLD Oraftkk No. 83. R. A. V, treats in Maeonio Hall, Wood-field, on Mon day evening after full moon. J. P. Braids, M. E. H. P; Jab. &. Mobrib, Sec'y. . CDCRCII DIRECTORY, St. Stlvkstkb's Oathouc Cntiricit. Rev. Father WUBtKOBR. Pa-tor. Services at 0 and 10 o'clock A X Sunday School at t P. X 5 Yesrjere and Benediotion at 8 r. M. If. E. CHTTRCH. Servioee at the H. E. . VQinw. vff ouu.ueHi. wvorv enuun-u. t. TIT 3 ilJ O..VW..W Tu.m. Injr at 10:30 A. U. and 7 P. K. Bandar school t:80 P. U. ' Prayer meeting every Thnr.day at 7 P. M. Pastor, Rer. H. D. STaitpvbk. PUK8BVTKBIA1 CHURCH Service at Pres byterian Chare h. Wood-field, every two week, Winnimr Sabbath. Jan. 27th. ii o'olook P. M Xtaohanan, every two' weeks, beginning 8ab- . bath, Jan. 27th, 10$ A.M. Hew Uastie every .two weeks, besrinninir Jan. 20th, 11 k. X, . Faster Bev.W.T.QABRO way. URS. M. C. WEST, Local Editor. Index to New Advertisements. : College, . ." ' y. , . , S Paul, . Public Ssle. . v B. Mellott Assignee's Sale, ' E L. Lrnca - Sheriff's Sale, ' C. Lodi , Whto yoo come la to pay, yoor taxes - call tad subscribe for The Spirit. GioBa KrrriRi laid 1 stone pare jment in front of bis Btore last week. Qtk is the nsneof a new post office the head of Fish Pot, in this county. TSCra. W"rr is" visiting friends in Sia ersviHe, WstT., and at' other points on lbs river, .lodge Wauu Otn and W. E. Mal - lort. Eia.. were in St. Clsirsrills last ' mm Um.I 'h.f nmmm -r tfer f ha Moo-nit nnll toes always crawl te the top. Will some .one explain to ns why things are thusly T Stan am H aq air, a resident of Bever rt4el?lh'aJt,by falling from an' apple .are. . .,. . ;,, -. V la ma. ira fn vVt 4dhratfrl in. "- ,-- -Jryidaal, the Eldest Inhabitant to tell s by the cor fcTMk what kind of a win 4er we are gorwg1 to hate.'i i CbavLKT. Buotio. tittVe on of Mr. Fritz Btjckio, had the thumb of bis right faaad oat off at lbs trst Joint, in 1 tnitiog box', on Saturday last. i '. : ' Mr. Powell, E litor of the Clsrtagtnn Jiependenl, was in town last week and - made our office a call. He reports the litftdet In a flarishing condition , , Hollow , E'nn was celebrated . by the "boys in town in the usual style lifting gatei. off their, hinges, changing signs and other harmless work. Nj damage itas done to property. . 1 The A. X. T. A a pAnat.il tn . rpnort at the Demo cratio Committee Rioms on Monday Vening immediately after the speaking Ik. Pnn.t Haiiib I u, Willi U'W , 17Woods0eld L dze, I. O. O. F was represented at GereUod, in pursu ance of a call from' the Grand Master. j Vf."f. Gatchelu Stafford Lodge was represented by Drr J L Masom. XMany of our farmers are now InsSiing and cribbing their corn. .They find it in much batter condition to store way than this time last year. Tbs ears sire reU ripened and dry enough for the crib. - . ' - ' XarMrs. Kate Spahulkr, and dangh ter Cora, and Mrs. jncraEBwa, 01 .Wasbiagtoo Gty, D. C , are the gnesU t( their, father, iQapt. Spimoleb. The .Captain had not seen either ol bis dangh tera for about 22 years. . The twenty sixth session, ol tbe Methodist Eplsoopal church will bs bald jit WoodsQeld on toe 17tb, 18th and 19th. AH laieresuog programme uai uccu r ranged. R3V. Joan Williams, D. D " of :BelIaire, will 1 deliver ad address on Tuesday, the 18th, on the subject: "A Geuaine K-vival: Wnat it is and how promoted " -Tue dlstrtot stewards will .hold their session at I ;30 o'clock on the last afternoon of tbe conference. Michael Killer, a former resident of, (his place has Sold his; property at Miltonsburg, Monroe County, and next Spring will remove with bis family to St Stephena.'Lioas County, Nebraska He will start In a few day a from Birnei ,TiUe, ovst the B k O. R. R. with a car. IJSa Ol SIOCB, lariO impiB'uouio, umu- bery, Ac, aad will return about the first of January. Mr Ciller Is the owner ol two valuable buildings on Central Main 'Street., in St. Ciairt villa. hX. Cluirndle Gaulle. " r ' '; kt7Eu''-titoiaCot 'firl'dlge. port. Ohio, has a great curiosity In the hape of a hairy chicken, me cmcKeu was sent to bim by Mr. Isaao AsxeWi .ajLXausas CUy. , It is about five month old-, weighs probably four pounds and instead of feathers it is covered with hair of a water color. ' There is not a feather -orf Itl body few tab 00 !u 'wings."' It can stretch out Its neck like turkey and is as tsme as a dove. Mr. GiLXOBihae it on exhibition at bis store and is very proud of It. .. .t '. tWTh following Items are from the Glaring too farf-nfemt, 31st ult.: -r -A little boy of Mr. Chaa.' Branalko . fer's who lives out on French Hill, died on Sunday night last, aged about one year. If V : ,; " "'- Mtsses Amelia and Minnie Marty, of Morton, this county, left on the morn ing train, for Wheeling on Monday, where they expect to spend tbe winter. ' Misa Emma Anzus. dsuzhter of Mr. Richard Angus, of Green townsbip, this county, died on Tuesday morning of last .week, aged about J6 or "17 years. , In '. terment took place at Ml. Olive oa Thursdsy, Oct. 23. ' . Three Republicans vottd at the October election in this countji one in Center, one in Lee and one? in Switjer. land township, who had not KeMed in the State one year before tba 14th of October. They all came f otn'West Va. The Editor of the Gaustti is re quested to make a note of laese Illegal votes , : : .. .. .-. - - 3Tlf yon want to know wbatyoar taxes will be in the ensuing year, and yon can remember' the appraised valne of your possessions, yon can tarn to the Treasurer's Tax Notice printed in our advertising columns, thereform ascertain the rate of taxation In your township, and thereby calculate the amount yon will be called upon to contribute to keep the machinery moving in jour school district, township, county and State. Wh is an eaiy matter to get the signatures of farmers to a petition ask fng for a reduction of the rate of tax ation. A slick swindler In some of the neighboring counties , has taken advan tage of this fact, and certain dotes are turning up In bank which bear the sig Jure of the responsible farmers tba bad given expression to ibeir feelings on the sub ject of high taxation by signing the petitiors. The game may be tried in this county. There is only one cor rect rule in regard to signing papers. Do not put your name to any paper. however innocent It may seem, if presen ted by a stranger. XarTnc barn oi HamuiN Mellott, of Sunabury township, was destroyed by Are the morning of, October 29tb, at 3 o'clock. Mr. Mellott succeeded in getting his cows out of the burning bull ding, but two horses, valued at 8300, about 100 bushels of wheat, TO bushels of oats, a large quantity of hay, fodder and other feed, were destroyed. Iusu ranee n barn S500. There was some insurance on stock and contents of barn The loss above insurance will amount to from 9800 to 8,800 There is no ques tion but what some scoundrel fired the property, and il is hoped that he will be hnnted down and punished at he de serves. Mr. Mellott advertises his stock for sale in this paper, for the reason that all his feed was destroyed. ., , tW At the election in Summit town ship, (his county, on Oct 11, a Demo- crat named Etna banded his Fallot to Mr. ttosr, one of the Judges of election, who deposited it in the box. About that time, it Is alleged that Mr. R Greek banc, the Republican Judge, anoounced that he cnalenzed Kino's vnt; and pro- tetded to take a ballot from the bo A j majority of the Judges decided that Etas was entitle I to vote and the bal ot was re-deposited in the box. That Mr. Kiss Island .was on October lltb a legal voter there Is . no question, and the act of Mr Greehbakk in taking a ballot from the box is one that cannot be defended. After a ballot is received and deposited in the box no parson hat any right to touch it ontil arter the polls close and the count commences. A chal lenge made after t&a ballot is in the box is of no. force, and Judges, of elections should be extremely careful sbut their performances in auch cases This is one of the votes that the Elitor of the 67a sMe mentioned In his last issue! O. Loses and tl. Wins. To tbe Editor op Tbe Post: Bj kind enoash to decide this .waster: G. be H. that the Republicans would carrv 0 110 by 10.000 majority at the October elee tion. Who wins f Washington, Out. 28. W. H Robinson, thd Republican candidate for Secretary of S ate, and head of the State ticket, bv which all bets must be decided, lacks 2,113 of carrying O 110 by a majority. His plurality over Newman cuts ni figure in determining the wager. Ed. Post. Very Remarkable Resovery. - Mr. G?o Y. Willing, of Manchester. Mich., writes: "My wl'e has hern slmot helpless tot Qva yesrs, so. helpless that she could not turn over in bed alone She ued two Bottles of Eiectila Bittes, and is so much i mproved, that she is able now to do her own work ' Electric Bitters will do all that, is claimed for them- Hundieds of testi moniala attest tb if ereat curat'va pow ers. Uaiy ntty cei is a oouie at a n . Pope's. " What a Leadhrjr Citiaen Accom plisued. Tallula, Ga Oeiooer 30. In Rob ins County yeiteMay E'lstene Beck, a l-ading citizen, while under the influence of liquor., went home aad qiarreled with his wire. F.nally be drew a revolver anl emptied ' five charges into the woman's heart ami head, ane fell neaa at bis leet. Miss Addie Bailey, her sister, having beard the shots ran into the room only to receive tbe remaining charge from the revolver, which penetrated her heart. Beck then fell in a stupor and in that condition was arrested.' It ibelieved the relatives of the women will lynch him. ' '.'ji. rhiUdelphU Times. ,. sulli Van slo vvlt starving. The Murderer of Ella Watson Re ; lusiug- All Nourishment. Howard Sallivan, the negro who mur dered pretty Ella Watson on lbs 18th of August and who was sentenced' to be hanged on December 2, is slowly starv hg himself. Since bis incarceration in the Salem Jail he bas lost thirty pounds. He has become very despondent dutioe tbe last month and tlnce be was sen tenced on Saturday be refused - to eai aoythlog. All day long he sits with his head in his hands and refuses to talk to any one. Sheriff Coles, who visits Sul li van's cell a dzn timea a dav, is alarm ed at tbe weak condition of his prisoner The Sheriff intends to day to force Sul livan to. take some kind of nourishment, for fear that if he continues to . starve himself be will cheat tbe sallows. Tbe fact tbat he refuses to eat leaked out abont town yesterday and became the principal topic. A number of men have otered Sheriff Coles different sums for tbe privilege of banging the murderer. but the laws of New Jersey says tbe execution most bs conducted by the Sheriff in the presence of twenty-eigbt Jurors, each of whom must "pronounce the murderer s life extinct. - Hall's Catarrh Cure is tskenintsrnslly It acts directly upon the blood and t6e mocas surfaces of the system. Pi ice 75 cents. For sale by R. W. Pope. A CARD. Eo. Spirit: Please allow ns space In your columns to acknowledge the re ceipt of a liberal donation from the good people of Hannibal. A few eveninga before the recent session of the East Ohio Conference, old and young mem bers and non members, to the number of sixty or more, entered the parsonage, headed by Prof. Cline, who stated that they had came to take possession. On being admitted the company marched around the room, until -the circle was complete. The Prof, then said we mean no harm by this, "we simply desire to indicate our appreciation and regard for Pastor and wife." He then advanced to the center of tbe room, and placed a package on the floor, in this be was followed by the entire company The donation given in this peculiar manner was very liberal, containing articles of value, and all of utility ; mupic and pleas ant conversation was tbe order of the evening ontil a late hour. Conference is over, and by the order of Ecclesiastical authority we are here for another year, if it be the will of God. Tbe donation at the close of the second year, and very cordial reception which we have met in being returned for the third year, tends to lighten our burdens, and render life pleasant V7e only wish all preachers and families could be so dealt with Dear friends, you have our sincere thanks; your gifts are more to ns than their real value in dollars and cents. We can only pray for you. J. E. Garrett and Amanda Garrett. .W You can aave 25 per CMl. by leaving year orders lor Monuments Headstones, etc., with J. M. Eberle Proprietor ol tbe Miltonsburg Marble Works. All work and material goaran teed as represented. Apr. 15m6 fVSome of the Blaine organs made a great ado last week over the fact that the platform of the Democratic party favored tbe imposition of tt tariff exclu sively for public purposes. They are evidently unaware of the fact that these are almost the exact words used in, and certainly embody tbe spirit of, an hum hie document called tbe Constitution of the United States of America on that soliject. Tbe Constitution delegates to Congress the power to impose a cus toms doty for public purposes exclusive ly. This clearly does not give to Con gress tbe right to levy a tx in favor of the few as against tbe many, and the Casaal Observer was recently speaking to an eminent lawyer on this very sub ject, who informed him that in bis opin . ion the whole system of protection, which the Republicans are now so clam orously expounding, was unconstitution al in 'view ol the very clear terms in which it is laid down 10 the fundamental law. Republican editors can therefore set but cold comfort from criticising the Democratic platform when it is hased upon the Constituion of the TJaited States. Aew York Graphic'. B ELM ON r COUNT IT ITEMS. Bellaire Democrat, 31st nit. The new depot built by the B. A O railroad company to ba ussd by tbe B. Z A C road hts been completed, and it presents a very handsome appearance. The latter company bas moved all its equipments in and will hereafter occupj i;. ' ' - i ... Enmt Mitchell feared violence on his return to St. Clairsvilte. Tbe fear that must always take bold on murderer, and tbe dread of dea'h with the b'ood of another's life on his bands is prob ably what- kept him from returning to St Clairsville. : Dennis Finn, a brakeman on the B. AO railroad was killed outright Tues day night. He left here at 8 :30 oh a freight train, westbound. After the freight train passed Lewie Mills It broke in two. Finn was the front : brakeman, and whether be Jumped or fell oi It is not known, but it is probable tbat ue fell. When he was missed search was midefor bim and he was found lying upon a pile of rocks. - Life was extinct, and the poor fellow's neck was broken. He was about 21 years of age, a big, strong, hearty man, who had railroaded the greater part of bis life. His home was at Campbell's station, Guernsey County. The body was brought here, encssed in a coffin, and sent to his home. The O&lo Frauds are Coming to LIgbt. A STARTLING STATEMENT. CiMCiHKATi. October 31 Toe visit 01 Dsn McConville, Governor Hoadly'a private secretary, bas an ohj ct in view, whim may csose considerable excite ment and equaobling when the Ltgisla-, lure meets. McConville is here wi-h other mem bers of the Democratic State C mmiltee to extmlne the tally sheets and investi gate the late election. These gentlemen are dolog their work qiltly, yet tie mderatood tbat their metuod is to take names from tbe tally sheets and tail to find the men as residents ot the wards in which they voted. They claim that they have already discovered msny fraud ulent vote, and 1,000 in tbe Tenth ward alone. Il is their purpose to carry out this idea in all the wards and in other Ohio cities until enough testimony is prepared to throw out R ihinson's entire majority when tbLegislature canvasses the returns in January. Similar investigations are already in progress in Toledo, Colum bus and Cleveland. It Is claimed thai in foledo there were sufficient frauds to give Hurdybis eest in Congress. Thf plan pursued is sure to detect fraud and is being rigidly enforced The tower wards in this city show astounding out rages committed against tbe election laws, and it is even hinted that both the Republican Congressmen elect from this district may he thrown out, as well as some of the county officers. A Disastrous Storm on the Coast of Lower California. San Fkanci8Co, October 29. The steamer Newbern, from Guaymas yester day, brings newt of disastrous storms on the coast of Lower California. Tbe steamer Estado de Sonors, which left Mazitian on September 29. with 19 pas sengers and a crew of 33, is believed to have been lost with all on board. The s'esmer was a Mexican coaster of 700 tons, owned by Don Josqnin Rdo and Is Insured in this city for 970,000. The American steamer Dora is believed to be lost. Another storm occurred October 7 sod continued three days. Twenty booses st Cape St. Lucas were destroyed A great number of cattle were killed Nine Mexican coasters were lost, each having from 3 to 5 persons on board All perished except one sailor and a boy Tbe storm was the most violent seen in these parts. - The schooner Dora, out of all the small coasters, is 'he only one heard of. A small sloop, name nnknown, had five souls on board, two of whom were saved a young boy, tbe son of Mr. Green, manager at Cape St. Lucas, and a sailor Tbe latter held the boy sixteen hours in his arms in the water. Of nine schoon ers lost four were the San Pable, the Pe dro, the Clsne and tbe Antonio. Tbe name! of the other five are nnknown. STOCK Being Opened This Week AT Reduced Prices, .AT- fflORItlS fc ARTISTROlfG. oot7,'84. Bellaire Tribune'. 'J9t.h alt "Got Me FouL" When Sheriff Sedwick entered the jail at Black River Falls, Wisconsin, Emmet Mitchell, the murderer, at once recog nized him, and ereeted him as follows : "How are yoo, Sheriff? .They've got me foul here." When assured that there was ro dsn gerof mob violence at St. Clairsville Mitchell sgreed to waive tbe formality ol s requisition snd return st once. Tbe Sneriff and bis prisoner arrived at St. Clairsville Monday forenoon, and were at once driven to the jail. A crowd had gathered there; but no violence wa offered or anticipated the immediate neighbors of Griffith tbe murdered man, not living there, and sympathy for young Mitchell's almost heart-broken brothers, both honored residents of St CI sirs ville, keeping those present from mak ing any demonstration. Mitchell looks well; but says be has bad a bard time elnditig capture, and is half glad that it is over. Court convenes on tbe lltb day of November; and the murderer will have a speedy trial. It is hard to see bow be can escape conviction and death, unless entirely new evidence can be offered sod sustained. It would have been better for Emmit Mitchell had he adhered to the resolution formed snd expressed immediately after tbe shooting, and vol untarily given himself op Bucklen'8 Arnica Sal vf. The. Best Salt in the world .for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by R. W. Pope. - Divorce by Wholesale, San Franoloo Examiner. A sensation has bsen canted at Sa lem, the sleepy little capital of Oregon, by a number of the female sex. Tue story goes that some ten or a doz?n la dies having husbands of a convivial disposi'ion and a penchant for giving the town a luril hue. afttr night-fall. have clunoea together and resolved to make simultaneous application for di vorce. The husbands of some of tbe Indies are said to be ."leading citizens,' and the movement has carried conster nation into the ranks of Oregonean ben edicts. 9 John M Ebrlb, Proprietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Works is pre pared to furnish Monument. Tnlt8 and Tombstones, 25 per CMlt. lower than any other esiabiiauuieut iu Monroe county. Work from his shops can be aeeu all over tbe countv. . A CaliforoUn baa been arrested . for hilling a Cuinaman, and was surprised and off-nded when be wa obliged to give D5.000 bail to appear at Ids trial. .. NEW LOCALS. NEW GOODS HOEFFLER'S. Just received, a complete Stook of ' . MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S & HOES. Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats and Caps, Furnishingr GJ-oods, &c. I will offer at Public Sale at my resH dence, 4. miles southeast of Reallsville, on Saturday, tbe 15' h day of November, 1884, 3 cows, 1 yearlinz colt, 10 head of young cattle and 100 bead of yearling sbeep. Sale to commence at 10 o clock a m Terms of sale made known on day ol sale BENJAMIN MELOTT. nov4.'84 1 - Dr. L. Pagtn's Appointments. Dr Paoin will be in Monroe and Belmont counties, in November,, as fol lows: Woodsfield, Driggs House. Monday, afternoon, Tuesday snd Wednesday, N ivember 1U, 11, and 12 Jerusalem, Thursday, afternoon, No vember 13. Malaga, Thursday, afternoon, Novsm her 13. . . , -. Somerton, Friday, till noon, Novem ber. 14. ; Basnesville Fiilay afternoon and Saturday, November 14 and 15 ' Uopedale Normal College. f- The winter term the 9Sth regnla session opens Dec 1st. For catalogues address Rev. J. M Jamieson, Hopedale, O. This institution is amongst the most orderly, qiie', beautiful,' healthful, and moral in the Slate. The only college known , to us that makes a specialty of Spelling, Reading, Writing, English Grammar, U. S His tory. Arithmetic snd Geography. . She tbns lives and labors for the im provement of the public schools and draws ber patronage solely from the surrounding community, and from any religiors party. . A full and . thorough scientific and classical course is provided for. - Also Bookkeeping, Elocution, Phonographic, Reporting, all free of extra charge. rlease send for catalogue. Samuel Padl, Secretary of Board of Trustees Nov. 4, 1884 w2. ...... tSTFor all kinds of Cooking and Heating Stoves, Flue Pipe, Grates An , at low prices, sail at tbe hard wars store. U. JSUAKIjAN. all atTtfB SfiRiT offloe for lob nrint- ing from a visiting card hp to a full sheet pos ter. Letter heads, business card on euVeloDes. statements and bill heads printed 'in short BOUOe. - : .., Bellaire Democrat. 31st nit. Mrs. Warren's Gnn. Mrs. Warren, tbe woman who livs on Captina creek, and who bas become notorious of late by resson of her dis position to eboot, has again turned op. A few years ago she snd her husband quarrelled and she billed bim to ttle the dispute. She was arrested and turd and owing to some of tbe circumstances surrounding tbs case, she was let off with only two years in tbe penitentiary. She became penitent when she got to the Penitentiary, and on account of ber good behavior she shortened her term considerably. When she was released she returned to ber home on a little farm on Captina, and oothiog was heard o' ber again until her raid upon J. W. shannon, Eq , and a prty ot surveyors who were running the boundry line of a piece of ground Mr. Shannon bad pur chased. JVlrs. Warren thought the ob ject, of the party was to encroach upon hsr rights and privileges, and with a shotgun in ber band she made a raid upon them putting the whole party to flight without injuring any of tbem. Matters again quieted down, and Mrs. Warren was not disturbed until last week. Mr. Shannon waotd a fence built around lis farm, and he employed a man named Joseph Birker to build v. Barker knew what kind of a woman Mrs. Warren was, so when be went to building the fence be took tbe precau tion to take his shot gnn al-ng. Every thing went alontt smoothly until they reached the site of the farm next to Mrs. Warren. They had not woiked long there nntil tbe woman of wrath ap peared on the scene. Stie ordered the men to leave or "she wou'd out daylight through them." Tbey were alarmed, for they knew she would shoot, so the men began to back out, and Barker ti led up along the fence to where bis gun was, and i-icking it op be ordered the woman to leave. She wasn't that bind of a woman; and instead of scaring ber the eight of the sun only enraged ber tbat much more and she showed fight st once. Barker polled bis eon no and banged away intending to make bis shot c'oae enough to snare, if. there was any scare tn the woman. Tie shot scattered and some of them took effect in ber .left cbeek, and-one penetrated her left eve. pottiag it out en'irely.. She screamed and raved at a ten i hie rate, but finally recovered sufficient to pour choicest nil lingsgate out upon the beads of those who assaulted her, declaring tbat her other eye was sll right and . she would make it hot for them yet. Mrs. War ren is determined that her rights eball not be interfered with because she is only a woman. A warrant has been is sued for the arrest of Mrs. Warren, who was the aggressive party. There is no talk'of the arrest of the roan wbo did the sboo'ing, as it is generally conceded that he done right, ' What the Cam of Each Indian Costs the Governmeut. The CornmiHsioner of Indian Affairs hss forwarded bis annual report to the Secretary of tbe Interior, in which h- states tbat tbe Government contributes to feed and clothe tbe 200,000 Indians who are its wards, only about $7 per an num per caDtta, or a fraction less than two cents a day for each Indian, which amount, he says, is much too small if it a expected to transform the Indian from helag wild roving nomads into pesceable, industrious and self-support- ng cit'zens in sny reasonable time. Af ter referring to the inadequate system oi delivery of goods and supplies which bas caused suffering to many tribes, the report 'states the necessity of laws to prevent the sale of arma.ammunition.elc, to the Indisns ' - - Des Moines. la., has a new nark cov. eiiog sixty acres given to tbe ti y by an enterpri'ing i izn. $r John M. Ebgrle. Proorietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Woiks, is pre pared to furnish Monuments. Ishlets and Tombstones 25 per cent loir er than any nther establishment in Mon roe county.. Work from bis shops can ne seen an oyer me county. - COMMERCIAL. HOC Kit f SI X K It KT. OORBKCtSD WISEIT ST V. CHm nR. B & B0 - Hob dat, November 3, 1884. Flour, per bbl, choice.......... $4 6 0a4 75 i sack BUBO Wheat, per bashe-L net ' , 80 Oats, per basket, new, . 40 Cornmeal, per bushel. ...... .,..... 80 Bnokwheat flour,, per lb. ............ . S Coffee, g'een, - chotoe per lb ......... 1 5 " fancy : le ' rotated. ArbuckleS per lb ..... 18 Sugars, granulated, standard, per lb. .. B powdered, para, " is A standard - ' - - ... 7 Orleans, choice, .; t Syrup, pare sugar, per (tsllon .... .... 1 00 n.lxed. bU Eioe. Caretina aholca head, per lb.... 10 4 , broker, .... - CASK ED SOODS. 6J Peaches Bnet N A 25 good No 3 . .... 10 pie No 3 12 fomatoej Queen No 3.... ...... 12 Beebteak No 3.......... 12 Baker's No 3....... to Corn Winslow No!.. ...... ......, 15 Bakers No 2 IB) Arnles. ohoioa No 3 . 10 Hoininv. ner lb 1 Tew Finest per lb.................. 1 00 choice " SO PfODDCB. - BUTiHO. 8 BLUBS, Rioon Hoiroand.nerlb .....10 Hams l?t Side. ...... " 12J Shoulder ...... " ' 1 Butter psr lb 18 .. 20 Bces per dclsn.... ..16 17 Oreen Annies ner bushel 40 50 Beans,- navy, pet lb......... Zi . 3 .10 6 to AO Dried pbaabes a .. 8. Dried BDilleS .. .....t Potatoes per bflshel.. , ... 99 -Onions per bushel ......... 40 ' Woomideld mock. Market. Nov. 3 Cattle 3as id per pound Sheep 3a4o per pound. Hogs 4aS per pound gro9s. mm - Mew York. Oct. 3l.Flour 5 40a5 SO; . Wheat 81c; Com 60a52cJ Oats 3237c.- CIliCHEO. Oct. 31. Flour 4 00a5 75 ; Wheat 75c; Corn 41a42c, Oats 28c; Rye 47c Cincinnati. ' Or.. 81 Flour 3 70a4 70 : Wheat 65o; Corn 42c; UstsZYo; Kyeonc. Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Oct. 31 Floor 3 60a 5 60; Wheat 81a82o; Corn 50a5lc; Oats31a33o; Rye 70c. v ' CATTLE. MARKETS. . ff taeellns; Live Slock Market. Wnnii-T.iNa. Nov. 1. 1884. Tha mcrlcet i Inirlv annnlinrl this week Messrs. Hudson k Bayro famished the following quotations: Cattle 2 00a3 40 for all I lids. Hogs Fair supply ; 3a4o per lb. Sbeep None sold. Calves 4 00a8 00. , . Lambs2a4o pet lb. . Bellaire Tribune. 28tb nlf . .' : A Plucky Woman i Knocked Down niter' Shooting Three Times at Robbers A Clue to the Perpetrators.- - Martin's Ferrt. October 28. This morning at about 4 o'clock a very bole robbery was perpetrated here. Two robbers forcibly entered the residence ot Harry Carten. in tbe First ward, arte Mr. Carten bad gone to work at tb Langhlln mill. ' Mrs Carten made a gal lant resistance, and with a revolver block aded for a lime the entrance of the rob bers, shooting three times at tbrm; bu was finally overpowered and knocberi down by them. Tbey then ransacked tbe bouse, finding 8150 in money am- a gold watch and chain, with which they decamped before ihe alarm brought as sistance. This we. the boldest robber ever perpetrsted in Martin's Ferry ; am' here is a clue to the identity of tbe rob bers, wbich we hope will lead to their arrest and punishment. , ' The diary of Lieutenant Lcbwood. one of tbe victims of the unfoitunau Greely expedition, which was written in shorthand, write a Detroit correspond ent, is now tains wiitten out by bis fiancee, who is the on'y one that under stands his system. L.U, i.J -Jl - ' 1 .1 hereditary scrofula: C BI you aware that in your.blood tk J. taint of scrofula bas a prominent , . placer This is true of every one. ' It Is Ha lle at any time, on the slightest provocation, . to develop Itself in some insidious disease. ; Coasumption and many other diseases are-' -' ' antBrowths ol this Impurity of the Mood. .-. ' Hood's SarsapaRIl.la lias, a jwonrierful pwcr over all acrof uhins trimbl, as the re lu.-irkable testimonial we have received unmistakably prove. Messrs. C I. JIood & Co.: fJentlemen-j- Myyeunxcst son lias always keen troubled with Scrofulous Humor; sores in .Ms head discbarKliia from hiseara, and a-rtm-Bin? sore on the back of his ear for two yean; his eyelids would fester snd ulcerate, . " discharging so that I was obliged to wash them ope every monilngi his eyelashes nearly all coming out; lie was exceedingly daint y, most of t lie time eatine but two slight meals a day. We were unalile to find any. ttiirtfc that had the least effect upon him till v last sprint. M78, we gave lilm two bottles ol iomTf SanaparUla. II isappetite Improved at once. The back of his ear healed . up without a sear, and not a sure tn bis head sine. Sincerely yours, -j, Mas. N. C SAimowr. Ka MS Merrimack SUlwll,JIs. 5 "Vfe do not as a rule allow en-selves to se our editorial columns to speak of any " remedy we advertise, but we feel warrant4 In saying a word for Hood'a Sarsaparill-, aarsapaiillahas been known as a remedial . agent tor centuries and is recognized by all -schools of practice as a valuable blood puri fier. It is put up In forms of almost Infinite variety, but Menn. Hood ft Co., (Leweli, Mass.) who are thoroughly reliable pliarma- . elsts, have hit upon a remedy of unusual . value. Certainly tly have vouchers of. cures which we know to be most extraer Hurj."-Jiditort Lowell WtklyJotamal. V HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. Sold by drnirrfsts. Prtte 1; six for at. ; r ftjaie4byuliO0D&C0..LoweU.iUss, 'uohi8,'84t38. . . " C0NSTIPATI0N1 There is no medium through which disease bo often attacks the system as by Constipation, and there is no other ill flesh is hfiir to more apt to be neglected, from the fact material 1 inconvenience may not be immediate ly felt from lrregnlar action of the , bowels. When then is not regular action the retention of decayed and effete matter, - with its poisonous gases, soon poisons the whole system by being absorbed into.it, causing -piles, fistula, headache, impure blood and many other serious affections. BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS will immediately relieve, and one bottle positively cure or relieve any case of Constipation.. - "Was troubled for a year with torpid liver and indigestion, and after trying everything imaginable used BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. The first bottle revived me and the second cured me entirely." J. & Williamson, Rochester, N. Y, : ., . - - BepS3,'84r. ,f -'; Notice M o n roe In pttrsttanesof law. L JottM ECitQSBQaitB. of tsxition therein t the year 1884, are wrectiy valuation of the Uxable property in the seteral tinder tie tax laws of the Sute of Ohio, to witi roWHSHiPJ, Dtsf aroTS akd . , , . ' - dsms townehip, , Jameron District, . . Benton township. 4 1 irownsviile District, Bl bethel township, - 6j )entcr townshin,' . TjVoodsfleld Corp and Diat . t'Franklib toWnshlpj s 9 Stafford District, ' : ' ., K' Green townsbip, . ' . 11 Jacksbh township, . 12 Lee towoship, . 13: Malsga townsbip, - lfOhio township, 16:Pprry lowrship, ; IBjSalem township, "17iCameron District lfiiCiarington D'siHqt, ; 19;Clarington Corp. and Dlst,, 20iJen?ca townslilp, 2ljCalais District, -22?alaia Corporation, 2H;Suramit township, 24iSunBbnry township, ; 25i Reallsvillo Dlslflcv ' 20; Reallsville Corporation, .. 27iSwiierland township, 2R: Washington townsbip, 29Gravsvi;le District, -'. V 3 iGrsysville Corporation, S'i Wsvrtp lownbrt. When yott ask by Letter or Postal Card for tha amount of yonr taxes. designaU year property clesrlv. Stats la wbeas s-daWla wbat township and seetion and number of acres, in what town, number of lot, and la Wkose addition, bead auoney by CertlloaU ot b- josit, Poetoffloe Money Order or fieglstored Letter- "i.-' ' J wu? tba Treasurer's Offloe will bs open dsily (Sundays and Bolldavi excepted) darifeg buslbeis . : . V. n . V J n.,.mli.. nl .nil frfltn iK. Ill A . nf An.ll 1 . . H I. (h. QAlh J Rinwltb von old iseelnts of last year. banled with an order from said Township or last few days. '... ':' fioad reeelpts reled 4i th collection of Deooraber taxes only. . While it la proposed to do tvtrytklaf ysaienabk to sstiifj tas- payers, yet n sffert will bo spared to make a elosa oolledtlon.; , oo.l4,'84w7.; ? JTUHiN RUEGSEGGER, Treasurer M, C Oi BLUM BROTHERS' -or FIi.Ji.J ' J Energy, . Experience and Hard Cash Win" Cnce Here. TheGrand Success OUTSHINES ALL OUR We are ready to show tou the Fall and Winter Dry jGocds, consisting of Silks, Cashmeres, Vel vets, 0f toman Cloth, Plaids, and all ti e very Latest Nov elties irF'Fine and Medium Price Dress Goods, at the most surprisingly low prices ever known. . - . Wo nl5 Sole Arrenta for Sol the Dest Cloak '-vjbnctories In Iew lorU and Uoton ? r and are. , showing the Largest Stock evershown in this msr ket, of v- ... !; . ; - , ; ; . . ' " Ladies-Hisses' and such as .Kussian Circulars, Plush Cloaks, and Ncwmurkcts, Havelocks, .Dolmans, and all the Latest Novelties. of Wrapt as iasc as. tney: appear mine eastern manteis. We have one whole, room chuck full oi . IKS J B YSVHD1 LDREH'S SMS and Overcoats, which we are offering at such low prices that you cannot help but buy., :: r . Mr.. .' JC,7J:C Trade Witn TJo. It iVflCeixn o Otlr 6 SUOOeso! v"- In securing foryourselves the widest range for selection, the Latest ': Styles,, the most Reliable Goods, by far. the Iipwejt Prices, ,' " '' ' ' . - -.' These are the. Facts- f." Come and t3ee 3. Three Combined Stores. 3. -103, lOQ Aiia.l'&l Bolmont Dtroot.' ' ' , f-rJQHM.' Ebcblb, Proprietor o tbe.MQto'nabnrg Matble .Works, la pre pared o furnish Monuments, Tablctt- and Tombstones 25 per cent. LOWER than any other eetabhsbment in Monroe county. Work from hit shops can tx seen all over tbe county, .. It Is said that Polar beats are woi'b 11,100 each. Ttts l lah tfrice will n'Ce satily prevent a great many poor fsmi lies from purchasing ooe this winter st C o u n t y treiWrer of Monroe Connty. Obio. tereby aoUfy- to Tax-ira aVMah--aeBsflataBB ?' stared ih Uie follbtrtnir unm. snowing toe nnnoer oi miu. ivmm, m-nm towhshiws, IucOrperated V Uiages ana oooooi vutneta in aaia ooe., w wa au su r" ' . kTATK. OOIMI. 'I'D- .- -I 11 : '. 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