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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, KOTEMBER 1$, 1884. MASONIC DIRECTORY. Vokbok Lodoi No. 180 F. and A. V., Sheets at ataaonia Hall ih Wnodafleld, on Wednesday evening, on or before each fall to eotu H. B. Hill, W. II4 Jas. R. Morris, Bee'y. WoobBmcLD Chapter No. 85. R. A. V. WteU in Masonic Halt Woodfie1d, on Mon day evening after fall moon. J. P. SfrTOOs, V.K. H. P.; JIB. R. Morkib, 8007. cnvRcn directory. St 8YLYmf ml Catholic CtttjRCH Bet. Father WxistNORR. Paator. Serrioea at 8 and 10 o'clock A, at . Sunday School at 2 F. 'K., Vespers and Benediction at 3 r. it -If. & Church. Senrioea at the M. E. . Chmreh. Woodafield. every Sabbath. Preach' la at IOiSO A. at. and 1 P. M. Sonday achool ;80 P. at. Prayer meeting every Thnrsday at 7 t. at Paator, Bar. R. D. 8TAUFtt. PlKSBYTRBlAH CHtJRCB Serrioea at Pres yteriae Church, Woodafield. every two weeks . beginalnn Sabbath. Jan. 27th. 2J o'olook P. at. Buohanaa, every two weeks, beginning Sab bath, Jan. 87th. 10) A.M. New Caatle every twe weeka, beginning Jan. 20th, 11 X. at. Paator Rev. W. T. G ARROW AY. . MRS. H. C. WEST, Local Editor. Index to New Advertisements. Public Sale. Sinn A. Rose. Undertaking, J. W. Eatom k Son. To the Public, . ' PS. Habu. L-icsls, ' Mokki k Armstroro. Boota tod Shoet,' Johm Borkhart. Thanksgiving U close at hand. Batter is retailing at 18o; eggs 18. Mr. Nickur Wvrttn was in town last Friday. Mies Ent Harlav l visiting friend InBellaira. . Mist Mart Morris la visiting friends at Witton's. Judge Okey Is attending Court In Bel aont county. - . Christmas and New Year's come on Thursday this year. The man. who prophesies Indian sum. '. merit bow popular. Mist Mafia Wat, of Elm Core, vis. Ited Mm Will Morris last week. Mrs. Atkivsow, of Macktborgb, vis- ilea relatives in toia piace ibbi wees. - IV 111! IUB PUTOUI VI VVIU . there comet a perfume of turnip in the Ir. Mr. Louis HoirrtKR pat a new roof and a coat of paint on bis residence last a.aak' 1 ' V ' ., The straw hat has gone into winter quarters,' and the nliter now has the -calL " .' ' : aa. a . A . umy two more monins 01 leap year The girls mast make the beat of their time now. - "The District ' Conference of the M S. Church is to .session in Woodafield " hh ireet . ' Mrs. Dr. Masom and Mrs. Frank Ma wow, of Stt&briv visited . friends In this place last week.' ' .': ' Misses Louisa Bcchakaii and Emma CrRAKLica, of Lewisville, visited friends vMr. ARtflOR Lmttc,of Wheeling, tla ited hia brother, Mr'. Toes as Little, of Woodafield, last week. r. ' i Miss Luci Vttri and Miss tX.iRAEL Alcxahdrs are' vleting Miss Clara n "i W .,1. - Jdrs. Gray, wire 01 Kev, Us w. ubay formerly Presiding Elder of tots Dis trict, died last week, of heart disease, at Wartea, Trumbull Co , Ohio. ' . ti a a 1 u art. Y M Vf lit HV war WW . wmv aw the gentle dada to exchange' bit eye glasses Tor k ear tabs; They may not appear so proper, yoa know, bat they will be a heap more comfortable. At the recent election a vote was tak t.en In Zane'arille on the uaestioa of per- mitting the saloons to keep open on Sand ay. The result was against the sa - Inona hv a vote Ql lor IO a TOte f 2,C?4. , ' When ahlning yonr stores for the fal aeasoa, remember that if a little vingar (or elder is mixed with the stove poliab, it will iint. lata tnnnh rnhSlna tn miltlA the atove bright, and blackening li not ' likely to fly off In fine dust. . The Madisoq County Democrat says : Hog cholera Is prevailing to an alarm 4ng extent among the porkers In the Southern part or the county, nearly vau 01 ins farmers are selling ana snip ping their hogs on account 01 , the acoargt. ' . Campaign subscriptions expire on December 1st. Please nolifv os if vou Ksr. G arrow at rlelirerevt an ex- celleot sermon on "The Resurrection and - Identity pf the B jdy," at the Presbyte- SWa ahall nntifv onr Weatern auh scribers of the amount doe from tbem, v'wYthla the next ten days, and hops they - will respond prompt! y, , ar All subscribers to Tflc Spirit. ''who know themselves to be indebted on ' aubaeriptidn, job work or adrertising .are rrqaesUd to make immediate . pay ment. . j Coalnmbos Times, 11th. Joseph Smith, a convict from Monroe conn'y, died in the prison hospital this morning, at the age of J7 years. There . was some uncertainty as: to. the cause of fila Aaath ant flra MnntoftmftrV and Gerhardt held a post mortem exemina- tion, wdicu snowed pneumonia 01 qom f ongs. The body will be claimed by rel atives. -- 'Mr Isaac Hilu of Beallsville, has ' lost bad a new open front pat in his store , room and baa it well filled with pretty. . attractive sooda, such as laces, ribbons . bonnets and many fancy novelties. Mr, . Bill believes In Improvement and we believe it pays from tbe great crowd of buyers we npticed in his store last Salur -day afternoon and evening. - ' . Democratic Jollifications. The Oemrcracy of Washington town, ship will jollify over the election 01 Cleyelabd k Hihdricks at GraysviUe Wednesday evening, tbe 19ih inst Speikfrs: J. B. pRirjss, A J. Piabion R K Walton and W. B. Booth. Tbe Democrats of Franklin ahd vi cinity will paint Stafford udonThoia day evening, the 20 h inat. Speakers : A. J. Piarsok, J. B. Dbiqos and R. K Waltor. The Democrats of Summit will have their speeches, parade and fire Works on Friday.'the 21st Inst. I3T We would say to oar readers that tbe (cmroanication in tbe irsue of Nov 4, from "Uncle Fuller," with reference to political action taken by a Diatrict conference, and letters written in tht same direction, has no reference to Barnesville District, nor to the Presl ding Eider of this District. a 1 . X7lf you want Monuments, Head . stones or anything in that line, John M EberlC, Proprietor ot the Miltonsburg Marble Works, is prepared to supply yonr wants 25 pcr Cent. Cheaper than any other establishment in Monroe County. His work recommends Itself. 7 One night last week while a crowd of boys were out . pounding a. lot of drama in honor of the election of CuYt lard and Hindricki, aome one threw a stone and bit Maater Otxtc Little on tbe head, catting a hole in one ear and knocking him senseless. He was carried home and, at this writing, Monday, is recovering. OTSome lime since Emirf Mi tchcil killed a man named Griffith in Bel mont connty. Mitchell was arrested and committed to jail at St. Oairaville. A. H. Mitchell, Eq , Prosecuting At torney of Belmont connty, is a brother of Emmet, and on tbe 11th inst handed in bis resignation as Prosecutor to Judge Eellt who accepted it, and appointed N. K Ecvxoh, Esq, (Prosecuting At torney, Elect.) to tbe position. . tW'The Religions of China and tne History of Christianity There," is the aubject of tbe lecture to be delivered by Rev. S. L Bihklt Monday, Nov. 17tb, at 7 30 p. at. This is the first. of the many Interest 'ng sessions of tbe Baruesville District Conference which convenes in the M. E Church, of Woodafield, Nov. 17, 18 and 19. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend aU the various sessions ol the Conference. WA number ol people are remov ing . from this, county to tbe Western States this fall. They should not go without a thorough understanding of what tbe change will amount to. Many persons have left all ad van, tagea of as old community for the un-J tried realities of a new settlement, who were never satisfied afterwards. It is tbe part of a wise man not to permi1 himself to be carried away , by , a few bright pic urea nor convinced by a few prominent advantages. Monroe county Is not a bad place in which to live, and before you abandon it be convinced in your own mind '.bat your condition will sorely be impnved. Steamboats Sold. A dispatch from Wheeling dated No vember 8th says: A lot of good steam boat property was sold here to day a dirt prices. Tbe boats were tbe property of tbe Parkersburgh Transportation Company, and were libeled at tbe in stance of tbe Cincinnati Dock Company Marshal Atkinson tied up. the Courier, Diurnal and Regular, tbe latter tbe cele brated Scioto, of collision fame, and to day they were acid at public sale. The Diurnal, as good as new.costlng 930,000 sold to Capt. Thomaa Prince for 87,300 She wilt' go into the Wheeling and Par kerabnrg trade, with the Chesapeake The Courier cost $28,000 and went to Hexrt SCBMCLBACa for 92 400. He al so bought the Regular, which cost 68, 000, for $1,800. Both boats will go in to tbe Parkersburgh trade. Tbe Regu lar is now sunk- at Crab Landing, but will be raised and dismantled, everything valuable going oa a new hull. . Tbe to tal of 111,600 will not cover the claim of $13,000 against tbe company. The Deallsville Jollification. -We were present at the Beallsrille ratification Saturday night and to say that it waa immense but feebly expresses it. The town was beautiiully ,illaooina- ted. - ' We cannot deaciibe that, enthusiastic procession with its characteristic ban ners, its wagon loads of yoUog ladies, dressed in white, with its complete ab sence of any confusion from ' alart t to finish. The saloons were closed and we did not notice a drunken man nor bear of an unkind word during the. evening. It was Sunsbary jollifying with dele gations from Malaga and Adams town. ships, and Belmont County. Woodafield too, waa represented in her siring band and unapproachable rooster. "That rooster" created much merriment. .The meeting was certaialy happy in iu choice of officers. After the procession 'Squire Jsrf erb read a telegram from Gen. Warmer to Dr. Dernir expressing regrets at Li inability to attend, and oongratalating tbe party on iu soccers for which old Monroe bas especial reason to be prood, after which A. J. Pearson, Esq., kept the crowd in alternate cheers and roars of laughter for twenty minutes, followed by David Okkt, Esq., in a neat 15 min utes epercb, Judge Walton closing In bia asttal lorcible style. The crowning feature of tbe evening and something new in this s ction Was the tree supper in 'Squire Jevfer's build ing, at which over 400, who came from a distance, were given a substantial re past, at no coat to tbe committee. It was tbe work of tbe ladies of Sunsbury. Is It a wonder that with soch women Sunsbury easily increases her majority 7 West BCRtPORt, Mass., Nov.' 14. Early risers this morning found General Butler hang in effigy on Browne Uqaare. LADlESMrVRAPS. Men's and Boy's Overcoats. Ladies', Misses and Children's Fine and Coarse Shoes. Double and Square Shawls. Woolen Ytxriis gftxo nys, . Mens and Ladies' llnderwcar Children's Underwear MORItIS A ARMSTRONG. novll,'84. Tbe New Tork Official Count Com pleted. His Plurality in New York Conce- uea dj me itrpuDiicansana ms Election Assured. New York, Nov. 15 Tbe count of tbe electoral vote of counties by official canvassers has just been computed. George Bliss acknowledgea Cleveland's plurality in tbe county to be 43,100 This will make Cleveland's plurality In the State about 1,100; ,. ' The New York Canvass. From the first day of the canvass the Blaine people have failed at evert step. There never waa a cO-n pleter fiasco on the part of a set of political agitators They charge the Democracy of tbe Sta'e with fraud. Mr. Blaine declared Mr. Cleveland's plurality was a dishonest one and that be would be the one elected on a fair count. Tbe canvass sO far shows if there baa been fraud it was on tbe otb er side. Cleveland has gained a lew Votes almost every day, They have not dared to enter a protest against a single vote that has been counted for him To day their own counsel George Bliss left tbe canvassing room In this city completely disgusted. The rema-.nder of the count will not show a variation Of ten Votes and that probability tbe B'aine leaders ttee and appreciate. They are at the last ducb Democrats bare are entirely cool, quiet and , confident. The city has resumed its wonted peaceful air and we are all getting ready to go down to Washington 10 see President Cleveland inaugurated Tbe long, wearisome fight witn its alter nating hope and despair, is about over and the tried and ever rait brut Democracy may soon throw its old hat in the air and give anch another shout as bas not been heard since the stirring times of Ger. Jackson. PICTURESQUE B. & O. Takes a band in tbe Excorti n Business to Martlnsbiirg and Hageratown, as they are the onlv direct line to these points, roicing solid trains, making from eight tb ten hours better time than tbe indirect line wbicb bas advertised an excursion to tb.. 9e ponta n N ivember 18th ' Tbe B. fc O. K. K will, on November 17th and 18 n, sell Round Trip Ticke's to Msrtinshurg, Higrstcwn, Sbippen burg at Cbamberaburg, good for six'y days, at extremely low excursion rates. TheH tickets will be good going either vis Wheeling and Pittsburgh, or via Grafton. Remember tbat tickets via B. k O R. R. always less than those via competing and indirect lt-es, and are not iron clad, compelling par ies to go to some distant poirit to gel tbem stamped for return passag. For further informa'ion as it time of ttams. rates, etc., apply to Agents of B. iO.BR. tammany; The Bis Indians Celebrate the Elec tion ot Cleveland and Hendricks. New ' York; November 14. Tam many Hall General Committee, in the Wigwam to-night, celebrated the elec tion of Cleveland and Hendricks Speed es were made by Samuel J. Rtndall, John Kelly and Congressman Ox. A great crowd was present Mr Randall paid a tiibule to Tammany for Us faitl ful efforta to bring success to tbe Demo cratic ticket and added, "We mast not expect altogether partisanship to come from tbe. next administration. Tbe Democraio party must redeem all its promises to the conservative people of tbe United Stat?s. , ' XarThe Chthol c Columbian pats a hypothetical case thus t Imagine a Catholic Priest, if yoa can, addressing a Democratic candidate for the Presidency in these' words : "We, representative Democrats, hail you, sir, as tbe opponent of a party whose ante cedents are Punch, Protestantism and Perjury." The candidate that would not resent such an expression would deserve tbe same fate as tbat which Mr. Blaine aeema to have suffered. Of course tbe Individual addressed could not be responsible for the words, but inasmuch as be hsd it in bis power to remonstrate be should have done ao. Flffurinjr on Cleveland'" Plurality They Make It 1,200. New York.. Nv. 14 To a World says it baa not touched its figures on the electoral rote since last night, that there bas been no change, Tbe Times gives Cleveland 1,267 plu rality, a gain of one over yesterday. Tbe gain is in Kings county. Tbe Sun has not completed its coont. ' It will not vary more than three or four from their figures of yesterday 1264 plurality for Cleveland ' . I aa 1 Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The Best SalVx in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilblainsCorns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cares Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prioe 25 cents per box. For sale by R. W. Popx. XarHon, Wr N. Cowden, who is gathering up samples of tbe different grades of wool in Guernsey county for ihe purpose of exhibiting tbem at the New Orleaos exposition, recently par chased from John A. Thompson, of near Lore City, a yearling ram's teece which weighed seventeen and one half pounds. He also purchased of Mr. Thomas, for tbe same prrpose, three ewe fleeces. Cambridge Jefertoniaii. 17 John M. Ebeble, Proprietor of tbe Miltonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to famish Monuments, Tablets add Tombstones pcf Cent. loWef than any other establishment in Monroe county. Work from his shops csn be seen all over the coofltYj - GlMCltACKS. Louisville Courier-ZournaL Presidential Premiums Bejoice, ye honest voting. men. From Texas onto Maine! We'll send Black Jack, a new spittoon) A hairpin to Jim filaina, tftittl Observer. "What 1 know about getting left" would form an Interesting chapter in the forthcoming Volume of Blaine's book. Jim Blaitis is dead, That poor old soul. " For wisdom be did laok; He Hsd3 to wear a tattooed ooat Which Jhiek put on bis back. Sing. Wilkeabarre Leader. Bute the banner up ' Let the oannon roar!' We've won a srloriou. viotory This year of 'eighty-four. Hatred Intense. Boston Star. Jimminy Cbris'mss! Don't the Re. publicans bate tbe Mugwumps? V How a Man Knocked at the Wrong Door. Cincinnati Enquirer. It appears tbat Blaine wasted a great deal of valuable time in Indiana. An Awful Death. Detroit Free Press. The machine organs tried hard ; they lied hard; and thev died hard. But die they did. : Wisdom for the Fool Preachers a Oil City Blizzard. Preachers are no more fit to make po litical speeches than politicians are to preach. Tears ThatOnght to be Bottled. Richmond Dispatch . Tbe possibility is tbat Mr. Roscoe Conkling's tears wouldn't float the Great Eaatern. Vanderbllt Gave no Money to Aid Cleveland's Campaign. NiW York, N ivember 11. A. P. Gorman, Chairman Democratic National Executive Committee states Wm, H, Vanderbllt has not made any contribu tion to the National Democratic cam paign fund. 'My reason for wishing to deny the statement tbat Vanderbilt con tributed $150,000 or any other sum" says Mr. Gorman, "is that the story is put out with the malicious intent of crea lnft a false impression tbat Cleve land received aid from claas of con tributors and set off Influences, whose aid, when given at all waa -wholly and unstintedly devoted to the sevlcs ol Blaine. Wbi'e the campaign of Cleve land was dependent upon the popular support given for the most part in small sums, aome wealthy Democrats dil their share, as did als-t several Independ ent Republicans of large means, hut tbre was no t id from a great institution likely to sek from the national govern ment new favors in the future or a con tinuance of valuable information already erloied bv them. Anv part in tbe cam paign taken by such bodies was entirely on the si le of Blaine." tW John M. Eberle, Proprietor of the Miltonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones 25 per Cent. lower than any other establishment in Monroe county. Work from bis shops can be seen all over tbe conntv. No More Qlove Fights. New York. November 14 The Police Commissioners have received s communication from the Mayor, asking mat tne ponce prevent glove fights, suct as take place in Madison Sauare Garden or grounds, because tbey were deraorali s'ng and differed in no degree from a prize fiht. Tbe Superintendent of Po nce waa accordingly instructed to pro hibit such exhibitions in tbe future and sn order to that effect was sent to all no- lice captains. Carter's Little Liver Pills will posi lively core sick headache and prevent i s retnrn. This is not talk, but truth One pill a dose. To be bad of all drug gists Soe advertisement. NEW LOCALS. AtyBova' Overcoat far 1 50 a 81 75 at MORRIS k ARMSTRONG'S. NEW GOODS -Ar. HOEFFLE-R'S. Just received, a oomplete 8took of MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOEiS. lVlens and Hyj3 Clothing, Hats and Caps. Furnishing- Grenada &3. GOTO JOHN BURKUAItT'S For your Boots, Shois and Son Leather. novl5V84v. ACyLadiea Morocco Button Shoes for 81 25, at MORRIS k ARMSTRONG'S T&rJoHft M. Eberle, Proprietor' ol the Miltonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones S3 per cent low er than any other establishment In Mot; roe county. Work fiom bis shops can be Seen all over tbe counly. ' iNew jackets. Russian Circulars. Newmarkets, at bottom figures. Just re ce ved at MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S tSPull at The Spirit offioe for iob print ing from a viaiting card up to a fall sheet pos ter. Letter beads, business card on envelopes, atatetnedts and bill beads printer? short notice. & Jersey Caps, Hoods, Woolen Scarfs, and Silk Handkerchiefs tor the Holidays, at MORRIS k ARMSTRONG'S. NOW IS YOUR TIME. T will anil tit tin,IM and inpaa aaraa n9 'l.tiA on the north side of town at a bargain. Them is a good well and a number of bearing ifruit tree, on the premiaea. all on or address CHARLES LYNCH. (In 8mrr OfSae.) Woodafield, Ohio. ' Men's and Boy's Winter Caps, Boy's Clothing, all at bottom fisurea at MORRIS k ARMSTRONG'S. GTlo! all k.lhds of Cooking and Heating Stoves, Flue Pipe, Grates &n., at low pHr-es, eall at the hardware store. O. HARL Velveteens, Silk Velvets, in black and colors, at MORRIS ARMSTRONG'S- Danger from Catarrh That' exceedingly disagreeable and very prevalent disease, catarrh, Is caused by scrof ulous taint In the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla, by Its powerful purifying and vitalizing action upon the blood, speedily removes the cause, ' and thus effects a radical and permanent cure of eatarrh. Those who suffer from Its Varied symptoms uncomfortable flow from the nose, Offensive breath, ringing and bursting noises In the ears, swelling of the soft parts of the . throat, nervous prostration, etc. should take Hood's Sarsaparilla and be cured. The Best Medicine 1 " I have suffered with catarrh In my head tor years, and paid out hundreds ot dollars for medicines, but hate heretofore received only temporary relief. I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and now my catarrh is nearly cured, the weakness ot my body Is all gone, my appetite is good In fact, I feel like another person. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best med icine I hare ever taken." Mb. A. Commix o- bax, Providence, E. I. Hood's Sarsaparilla ' 80M by all druggists. $1; sis for SS. Hade I Sold by an druggists. 1; six for $5. Made ! knly by a L HOOD ft CO., Lowell, Mass. I only by C I. HOOD ft COH Lowell, Mass. . 1 100 Doses One Dollar. I 100 Doses One Dollar. New Issues Will Come Up. Raleigh, N C, Nov. 14 Govern or Jar vfs was asked to day what effect peveland'a election would have npOD the Southern colored vote He said lb negroes of this State had been contented under Democratic Governors during tbe past eight years, finding they were un harmed 1n their rights, and as soon as Cleveland's administration bad convinc ed, tbe negroes of the seme fc. natu rally the colored vote would break up, and would never be solid for the Repub licans again. Tbe white vote would tbeo split also on new issues, and tariff would probably be a leading point of is sue. . AMtJohn M. Ebkble, Proprietor ot the Miltonsburg Marble Works, is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tomhstonea 25pcr Cent. LOWES than any other establishment in Monroe county. -Work from bis shops can be aeen all pver thecounly. Arthur Not Grant. The Sun ssys : Those whose dread of having tbe Democratic count set aside in favor of the Republicans has driven tbem to a good deal of silly talk and they fail to recognize the enormous dif ference between tbe R 'publican party ol to-day and tbe party or 1870 'One im portant element in the scheme of 1876 was tbe presence of Grant in the White House. He was rady to do anything. But President Arthur is a fair-minded man. There need be no anxiety as to bia attitude toward the electoral court. . AST Yoa can aave 25 per Cen by leaving your ordera for Monuments Headstones, etc., with J. M. ElJEttLR Proprietor of tbe Miltonsburg Marble Works. All work and material guaran teed as represented. I Apr. 15m6 ) ' aa i . The Suit Will Probably be Dropped Washington, Nov. 14. An Indian apolis lawyer, who arrived here to-day, says it is tbe Impression among the members of tbe bar of that city tbat notb ing more will be beard af the libel suit ot Mr. Blaine against the Indianapolis Sen tinel, and that the belief is tbat it bas been dropped by general consent, as the similar snit against the Portland Argus baa been. TO THE PUBLIC. A LL persons are hereby notlSed not to XA. parobase or trade for the following notet . XilBK, itfOBBSI Co , OBIO, October 1st. 1884. Siktr days after date 1 promise to par to the trder or Brown Chemloal Com Dan v thlrtv. seven dollar And. twenty cents . No. 1. Dae Jandary Ist 1885. t . 8. HA REN. Tbe above note was milled to tbe Brown Chemloal Company, Baltimore, All bat never reached tbe Company. F. 8. HARSN, I dark, Ohio, Nov. 1Mb, 1484. aovl8.'84t3 SOUTH SIDE GROCERY. H. F. BUItKlIEAD, Prop'r. I have last opened a Fresh and 8eleetsd Stock: of Family Groceries 'COHBISTISd e Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Rice, CANNED GOOiDS, CONFECTIONERIESj ClGAltS TOBACCO, &&, &C. which I will sell at Very Low Frloea Hftlf Cash Paid for Fresh Eggs!, Agent for Ford Bros. Flour" ttltl take ord rs for Frnlt Trees 9nd guru era. Jnne3,,84m3. find Shrubbery for Fall Deliv ers. U. V. DVRHUB.4D, aroiaell tck Market. Nov: if Cattle 3a4e Der pound Sheep 3a4u per pound. Hogs 3ja4 per pound gross. a Kew York. Nov. 14 Flour 2 40a5 30: Wheat 81c; Corn 62a34c; Oats 32a3tc. CIllCRSJO. tf.ov 14. Flour4 00a5 ?5: Whoa ?3o; Corn 438490. Oats 26c; Rye 50c , Cincinnati. .Nov 14. Flour 3 70a4 ?0; Wheat 78c; Corn42o; Oats 29c; Rye 54s. A a 1 Philadelphia. PfilLADILPHIA. NOV. 14 Floor 3 60s 3 60; Wheat 79a30c; Corn 60a6lc; Oata32a33c; Rye 70c. CATTLE MARKETS. fTbeellnff Live Slock Market. Wheelino, Nov. 16, 1884. Tbe market is tairly supplied tbia week Messrs. Hudson k Bayba furnished the following quotations! Cattle 2 60a4 25 for all kinds. . Hogs Fsir supply; 4.6o per lb.. Sbeep None sold. Calves 5 00.8 00. . tamba 4o per lb. Serious consequences ire liable to ensue if catarrh is not attended to in season. The disease frequently destroys the sense ot smell and Often developes into bronchitis or pulmo nary consumption. Undoubtedly many cases of consumption originate in catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures catarrh and bas even effected remarkable cures ot consumption itself) id its early stages. A book containing statements of many cures by Hood's Sarsapa rilla, ttflll be sent tree to all who send address to C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. . Catarrh and Impure Blood " Hood's Sarsaparilla has helped me more for catarrh and impure blood than anything else 1 ever Used." A. Ball, Syracuse, N. Y. "I suffered three years with catarrh, and my general health waa poor In consequence. When I took Hood's Sarsaparilla I found t had the right remedy. The catarrh is yielding, as Hood's Sarsaparilla Is cleansing my blood, and the general tone of my system Is improv ing." F&AXK Wasbbcbk, Bochester, N. T. SCROFULA Usually develops In .early life, and Is a peculiar morbid con dition of the system, usually affecting the glands, often re sulting in swellings, enlarged Joints, abscesses,, thickening of the lips, enlarged neck, sore eyes. A. scrofulous condition Is often hereditary, but bad diet, too free use of fat meats, bad air, want of sunshine and nourishing food will induce it. Some people are troubled with scrofulous swelling of the glands, and with ulcers and kernels, which may cause very little pain ; others may have In ward scrofula, scrofula of tht lungs, scrofula of the iplean, scrofula of the kidneys, and scrofula of the bones. BUR DOCK BLOOD BITTERS will drive away any case of scrofula and not to appear In another place, for their action on the . blood and bowels will carry the disease entirely from the body. pS3,'84r. COMMERCIAL OoRbIOtso wsskit ar V. scar."', j & no aioRDAv, November IT, 1884. Flour, par bbl, choice...., $4 60a4 75 i - sack,.. ....k.s5a50 Wheat, per bush si, ns' Oats, per bushel, new. 8t 40 80 S 25 18 18 R It 7 7 I 00 60 10 m 12J 12 10 15 13J 10 8 Cornmeal, per bushel Bnokwheat flour, per lb Coffee, green, choioe per lb " fanof roasted, Arbnottles par lb Sogars, granulated, standard, per lb, .. powdered, purs, ... A standard , ... Orleana, oboloe, . Syrup, pare sugar, per gallon lulled, - Rtue, Carelina eholoe beid, per lb.V. , broker, .... CABSKO OOOBS. Peaches finest Mo 9 good No 3 . pie No 3 . Tomatoes Queen No 3 .... Beefsteak No 3. Baker's No 3 Corn Wlnslow No 2 Bakers No 2 Arples, oboloe No 3 Hominy, per lb Te Finest per lb.. ..it ...... choioe - I 00 60 Pscddoi Boriao. Baoon Hog round.per lb .10 Hama " Side . Shoulder " Butter par lb.. .............. 18 Kggs per dolen..... 18 Green Apples per bushel.... ..40 Beans, navy, per lb.;; 2 Dried pt,aohes , . ; .8 Dried apples M ......... 3 Potatoes per bushel . ; ; . i . . k . 50 Onions per bushel 1..;..... 40 SKLMSQ, is ' 20 20 CO 3 10 6 150 6b I Notice M on TO B In pttrSUB'neb ot law. 1. Jditti BVjRdSU&ORft. frtanurer of itohroS tjbnnty, OhiorLsreby notify tne iax-payira of-aaid ooUhty tbat the rati of taxation therein folr the year 184, are correctly Srdted B4 the follbwinirtable. rbowing tbe number of milia (and fraotiunsl on each dullaV valhatioh of tne taxable brbperty ih tb'e aeveral townahips. Incorporated villages and School butriuts id said eounty, for each and all pnrposeS under tbe tak laws of the State of Ohio, to wiU l! A.danis township, 2 Cameron Districi-. 3j lenton townsblpi 4! trownsvilla Distrlctj 5i Bethel township, - 6j Center lownshir), 7 Voodsfleld Corp. and Dist 8 Franklin townships -...9 Stafford Dlstrlctj If Green township, " 11 Jackson towbsbip) 12 Lee township, 13; Malaga township, . l4Obio townabip, ; . 16:Perry township, . 16j Salem township, 17;Cameron DiatricU 18Clarlngton t)istrict, 19jClarington Corp. and t)ist., 20; Seneca township, 2ljCa(ai8 District, 22 Calais Corporation, 23Summit township, 24iSunsbory township, 25i Beallsville District 26' B-allsville Corporation, 27iSwiterland township, 2S Washington township,. 29iGrayaville district, . 3qGraysVille Corporation, SliWfvn" townebio. - rcwNSHij, Disf artTS abi) conpdaATioas Wben yoa ask by Letter or Postal Card fot the amount of yoar takes, designate yonr property olearlv. fsuts In wbete nasis la what township and seotion and number or.acres, in what ton,rflUmbr bl tot, and ia whoss addititta. betid money by Certificate of' Ita. posit, PostorSoe Monsy Order b RsgUtered UtUr- 7 ' 01 ' - " .: The Ttear hrer's Ollibe will be open dally jrSu'ndays ahd fcbUds eteepted) duritg Bosibess hours, from the Aral day ef October 1814 Until the 20th day of Debetaber mat, and from tho lit ttay bt April, ieS5, t'd the 20th day of June, 188S, to reoeive said Uses: ' Bring with you old receipts of lsft year, tfo township or corporation orders will be received in rayvent of taxes anloss aecons. panied with an order front said Toansh p or Corporation Treasurer, Tax-pajara wUl do well to tail twly and avoid tho rub ef ta last f6w days. . '.-. Roid receipts received at tho eol'ection of ij ' w.m v, .van .v iiiaaiTi BLUM BROTHERS' -or- Ml.J Mm Inergy, Experience and LEard Cash Win . Cnce Here.? The Grand Success of the Season OUTSHINES ALL OUR Wc are ready to show, you the Fall and Winter Dry Goods, consisting of " ; " ' Silks, Cashmeres, r Velvets, Ottoman Clotli, Plaids, nlti oa in i?lno surprisingly low prices ever known. . " We nt?6 Sole Asrenta ITIbfctories in New and are showing the Largest btock ever shown in this mar ket, of ; y. , '; Ladies' Misses' and Children's Wraps, ... . ' . : such as Russian Circulars, Plush CloakB, and Newmarkets, Havelocks, Dolmans, and all the Latest Novelties of Wraps as fast as they appear in the eastern markets. . s We have one whole, room 80 feet long by 20 fect wide, chuck full of HBlffS' BnYSfe PniLIHlBKIS SBT7S and Overcoats, which we are offering at such low prices that you cannot help but buy. v . . . , : Trade XrVltaaTTTs. ItMcan m SIxjg . . Suooess! In securing for yourselves the widest range for selection, the Latest Styles, the most Reliable Goods, by far tho Lowest These nie the JP'a.ets. 3. Three Combined Stores. 3 J.ti3, 100 ttlicl 230llTLCMlt JStl-Oot. - NOTICE. In the matter ot the 1 ItohrbO County, wMHf' . V Ohio. John Abbrold, deceased. ) Probate Court To all peraoha intPrexted hnrein, Oreetinjr: L B K. Walton, Probate Judge within and for said county, do hereby yive notice that on the 6th day of October, 1884, on the applica tion of William Aberaold, a party in interest a certified copy of the lat will and testament of John Abet sold, late of Adams Township, Mon roe County, Ohio, deceasedthe original will of said decedent, toiiether with the Probate and record .thereof, having been d est roved by fire on tbe 13th day of Jttbe A. D. 1815? an admitted to Record in tbia Court in buraunnoe of the statute in suoh case made and provided. . R. K. WALrON, octli'84t4.' Probate Judg-e Monroe Co.. O. to Tax-Pay r ' eTATa CoUaTY. a : . C i : i k. ; Z e j all . 1 i A 61 6! .6 fii 6 6: .fi. 6i M 6; .6i 6i 6 .6; .61 .6 6i i ! 6i .6i I 6 .6! 6 6 6 13i.Bj 1.0 2 fl 2.8 47 4.7 lea 1.3! 8 1.0! it l f if lfi 1.3! 10 2r 47 1 3; .h 1(H IS! 6 l-3i .5: 2.r 10! 2.c l.f -IT V 0 fl iu 1.3! .6 10 2bl 1.6! l.H..fi 1.(1 It 2.81 2 8 28 .If 1 S .65 47 If! M 1 ! lfij ir U lj l. '1 1 10 13 l.Oi 1.0! 2 I 2 8! 13 2 8 2.8! 2.8! 1 1.0! 1.0! 10! 13! 13 1.3 1.3 13 1.3 1.3 2 8 2 8: 10.' l.tf 1C1 If! 2R lei 2 8! if 11 M 1.0! 2. 2 8 1.C! 1.01 10! li l.(! 1(1 1(! K'l l.i 1 oi 10! l.fi 1 6 16 16 1.3 1.3 Uj I3i 2bi .2.8; 2K 2fJ 16 1 3 1.3 1.3; 2. 16 1.6; l.Bl l." 1.8 1 ; 2.8! 2o 2.8 I.S 13 1.3 2 8; 4". 4 December taxes only. While it Is proposed viva. WUOVIIVUt Pill ill FORRIR EFFORTS. most complete Stock of 'New . and all tl e very Latest Nor- n aj sf? m k1 a aa4- 4 li -v hmdf for. 3 of the Host Clonic orkand lies ton, - Come mid. lee ASSIGXEFS SALB. 'pHE nndornigned, Aaiirnee. in trnt for tbs L benefit ' of the creditors of Tboroaa L, Twinera. will offer for aale. at Pabllo AnotioS, on the 3d dity f D-cembsr, 13S4. tbe personal property of eaid assignor. oonaitini( in part of dry good, grooerie. noti raa. boota and aboea. bata and eapa, clothing and general mercban dins. . , Sale to Doramenos at 10 o'o'oolt a. m.. abl continue from day to day until aald personal property i all sold. -Terms cash iu band. : E.L.LSCIU Assignee of Thoin& I. Twiuem. HOViUlt?. - em C i tl s!" C : Qi 1 e C : C i a. : C 2.(1 11 3 6: 7 0 3 2! 3 0: 2 3 6 9! 8 7! '7.0 lit 7l 5 5 7.0! 7,(tj 7.1! 2.4; 2 4! IM 5 9; 5,9! Ut.Pl 2( 2t 2( 1 1 1 ( 2.5 1,1 1.1 1.2 121.2 ! 15,8, U2j !l9R 7.0;27 6i 2.2J Hi I 2; 1,2! 4 21 1.6! 1.4! 1.7! .! M M 3'l 3.j ui 1,2! 1.2! 1.0! -.4! 12 12i -.71 1.3! 2f.l 2 5- 3i 3( 31! 15! 1.6! 3,0! 1.6! 1,5! i.6i 2 5! 22! l,oi Hi l.o !! l.! I 6! 2.6! 2.6! Hi 1 ? 120.41 2l.4' 20 7110 21.211 20 7; I J 16,613 16 514 21.415 19.1 16 19.1 17, 14 f 1ft 6,( 191 19 ; 19 8 20 . 1,0 19.31 . 4.7j 17 f 123 3,7 I5 6i14" 17.4 25 22 2 28 . 15 07 20 4;!8 : 20 4119 5,n 5 5 3 4 5,( to; 7.0 7 0 2,1! 20 i! 10 .M 1.1 1 ill tei do everything reasoaable to satisfy tax. .