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4 - - i - V J ' i t: f 1 i TnE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. TCESDAY, JULY 23, 1885. l' NASOU IC DIRECTORY." 5 ilennoa LoDom Ho 189 I. end A. IT. hwti at Ituonio Hall in Wdafleld, on Wednesday rrenlnir. on or before eaoh fall .. H. B. Bill, W. M4 Jas. B. Mobris, IssrsUry. WoDarncLB Chaptsr No. 85. R. A.. M Bub im MMonia HalL Wood-field, on Mon 'dey evening after fall moont J. P. 8PBI008, ' 1L K. H. P.; Jas. B. H orsis, Seo'y. COURCn DIRECTORT, ' it STtTSSTBU'S CATtfOUC CHPRCB. Rev. Father Wmsncoe. Putor. Service t 8 and ' tte'elook A. V Bnnday 8ohool it 2 P. at., ; eepere ewd Benediction et 1 1. MY : ' . M. E. Cairactt. Services at tha If. E. -fjharoh. Woodsfield, every Sabbath. FrMoh 'tat-at 10:30 A. H.u17f. U. Bandar school fcSI T. K. Prayer neetinjr every Thursday ' .at 7r.lL Pastor. Sot. H. D. Stauvtsr. Pbbmttkbiak Chcrch- Services at Pros lytatiaa Church, Woodft1d, every two week. ' -Vginnin Sabbath. Jan. 27th, i o'clock P. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at yt e'oleok. Pastor, Rev. W. T. Gajirowat. jltS. M. 0. WEST, Local Editor. i - Index to New Advertisements. '.Loral, W. L. Morris. ! Coad Receipts at 25 cents per huo- dfed. ' '.: Miss Mollii Hchtkr, of ZnesTille, la visitinff friends In Woodsfield. Mrs. J as. R. MoRn visited relatites at WrrTtii's Ust week. . Mrs. Booth, of Bellaire, and her bob, Tialted friends here last 'week,' Mr. Wnt DwrroRO, Mait Aaent on the B O , visited friends In Woods ''field last week. v Prof. S. J. Kikkwood, of the Woor ter University, visited his old friends in jthis place last week. J Mrs J. C. McEuwwiikt nd danjih- ' 'ttr. MiM n&iaT. Tialted Mrs. Jas. 6. ilocsi lsst Saturday. f " A secret society for literarv pnrposes 'lias been organised at .Woodsfield and named the F. O L.V-Friendly Old " jA&eu.NobU Co. Repnbliet, ttTTbtn were only 2,978 bushels of rye produced ia this county in 1884, and 420 bushels of buckwheat, , ... - m - MTThe house wives of this county 'prepared and sent to market 499,322 .pounds of butter during the past year, . aVMiss Make Wat. of Elm Cove, and Miss Febbill, of Moundsrille, W. ;TaH visited Mrs. M. C. Wist last Thar. 4 ay. Soldiers' Reunion at Caldwell, Noble county, oo August 13'vh,14ih and 15th. The 116th will reunion on the 13;h.- . . ' . , etarMry Damucl Baker, of Wayne "township, this eoBtitr;M8"ld the celebra ted Baugs horse to Fbahk Williams last week for 9400. '""fSTThe "Mayor should instruct the Marshal to take charge ef aU team's left wnbitched and unattended on our streets, 4u) impose fine npon the owners. ' 'fjyMrs. M. C West, Miss Best . Jos and Mr. W; W. FiTHfAK, of the '' B. Z. C , visited at Mr.. W. Wat's, 'to Washington township, last Friday. ' - , , , Vt jcr Judge William Ocet left here on Saturday to attend the funeral of his brother. Judge Joa W. Oket, who died .l his hme, in Columbos on that day. r i i " jpy Robert DAfiosoM.of Olivetown -abHoble county, an old 62d Ohio sol. teller teoetved a back pension of 12,000 last week, mnd a pension for the, luture 'Of $8.50 per month. ; f tST Prices ol coal will be . considers " ibly reduced fromi now nntii 1st of Sep. rtember. 5 Freeh car lime and Ohio River aali Just received at depot. W.L. MORRIS. X9tt is not generally known that a letter can be remailed as often as neces sary within the United States to get it to s nrmr without extra Doataee. The t)nly limit is the number of changes that tan be made in addresses on the face of the envelope. . i Of- rtllr. C E. Miller, of balem town Wp, the Democratic nombee for Treas--irer, lost - a valuable barn a few days niM bv ire.. Our informant was of pinion that it was the work of an in- -tendiary, s the Are appeared at three different places in the building. JtjrGo as Ions as yotf can these ho.t tiiyi Without drinking anything. Half an hour after the first glass of water or noda yon want another, and so it goes, while yon keep getting hotter nd hot er, and the longer you postoone the first glass the cooler yoa will be. tTThe attention of those Who pur Tpose attending a Normal School is call ed to the advertisement of Mr. G. B Xthch's school at Antiocb. Mr. L. Is a fine Instructor and those who attend will wceive instruction of a character that wrill repay them many times its cost. : larHereisa problem that has pnx xledsomeof the best arithmeticians: "If a man pots t W0 hi bsnk the day he 4a twentv-one years of see what sum Stnuet be add to it yearly to have $50, 000 on the day be ia abont fifty years of ge, receiving six per cent, compound interest on bis money ?" , xarTbe congregation of St. Sylves ters R. C. Church of this place are buil ding B "addition to their church This .addition will increase the length of the haildina to one hundred feet. , They alio intend to finish the tower, which will be something similar to the tower or the original plan of the church, tbia change will make the height of the tower over .100 feet. Alter its completion It will be v'one of the finest structures of the kind ita the county. , Death of Judy John W. Okey. John W. Okct, of the Supreme Court of Ohio, died at ul home in Colomons. Ohio, at 10 o'clock on Saturday, the 25th inst. r , v Tbejeqiains were taken to Cincinnati for interment on Monday, the 27th Inst Judge Okit was a resident o( Wools Held Monroe county, for many, years. Here he studied law and was, admitted to practice. Afterwards he was eleoted to the Common Pleas bench, from which he resigned to aid in the preparation and publication of Okct's and GaoLsoii'a Digest. : V - He was twice elected a Judge of the Supreme Court of the State, and was setvin, the' second year of bis second term at the time of hi death. : He wss an able Juris', a good citizen a kind husband and father. The wife and children hare the sympathies of the people of Ohio. - Corn and Oats. ' In this county in 1884 She corn and oats crop; waa : . ; , , . - - - Oats Acres 7.247; bushels 23.347 Corn Acres 17 627 ; bushels 151,673. Marribd. On July 4ih, by W. T Hdrd, Esq , of Salem township, Miss Carrii L. Jihhk ,to. Mr. William K. Litmait. ''''.;"'',.'' Oil Jane 21st. by Rev.,vA.' Caltbbt, Miss Amelia Flowbocsb to Mr. Frah- ces M. Pittmav. PROBATE C0UKT PROCEEDINGS. , July 17. In the matter of the Will of John Schaab, Sr., dec'd, the Court refused to admit the same to probate. .. July 18 -WIU or Marx Baker late of Summit township, deceased, admitted to Probate and ordered of record. Elizabeth Baker, widow of Marx Ba ker, deceased, elected to take undet the will of her deceased husband. igrMooey is scarce, times tight; pay what yon can, pnt the money in clrcula. tion ; part of it may come back to yon Every cent started rouod to pay debts helps the community; it eases things up. Everybody who can should pay all debts, no matter how small, promptly, and the financial stress of many persons will be relieved. Jlew Postmasters. William Abmstbomq has been ap pointed Postmaster at , Malaga, this county. " Johk w. Uocqbertt Has, been ap pointed Postmaster at Miltonsburg, this county. ; . : ; '. A. J. Wataov has been appointed Postmaster at Flint's Mills, Washington eouaty. , rt ii iiioe ii ii hi ii m tZTkn exchange says the farmers and others ought to know that there la simple, effective, cheap, recipe, within the reach of all, for keeping flies off horses and cattle in. warm weather. Put a handful of walnut or pennyroyal leaves into two or three quarts of cold water ; let them stand all night, pour the whole next morning into a kettle, and botl for an boor; when cold, apply with a sponge. JT" Somebody has based' prediction that cholera or some epidemic is likely to visit as soon on the -fact that flies are unusually scarce in many places this summer. The theory for this is, not that the . flies know of the impending calamity, but that the disease 'obtains a foothold in the font matter on the earth's sur'ace and ia the air, which the flies, as scarengers, when plentiful, eat np. The. moral of 11 this is that the flies should be encouraged, rather than driven away. But this Is a theory which the average housekeeper will be very slow to believe, and alower still to put into practice. Tobacco. We give the following returns show tag ibe tobacco crop in this county for 1884V- - ' - - - acrics. 95 93 208 : .211 79 14 2. 130 78 7 220 100" 217 6 282 293 TOtWDS Adams,' Benton, Bethel, Center, Franklin, Green, Ie, Malaga, Perry, Saem, Seneca, ' Summit, Sunsbnry, Switzerland, Washington, Wayne, Total, . ' 87,050 55 277 149115 166.590 60.680 8 088 1400 28 4H0 60 570 8,200 144.400 1.845 45,366 4 400 160 130 326,035 2.033 1,257,576 Monroe County. Pounds of wool shorn in 1884 in Monroe county 235,839. ' Acres cultivated io 1884-87.336. ' Number of dogs, 2,307.-' Center, town ship leads with 256, . ; 424,233 dozen of eggs: f , Acres in orchards, 6237.)o Apples pro duced 306,896 bushels. to township ahead with 39,805 bushels. . Total value of all taxable pet son al property $1,734,353.' ' . . Merchants stock .1153.816. Horses, 5 277; value, 8232 283 Cat tie, 17.888;' value, ' $208,685. Mules, 193; value 110.102. , ; V Sheep, 48,904: value, $78,987. Ho?s, 9 125 ; value, S20.068. Carriages. 632 : value. $17,055. Watches, 438: value, $5,846. Pianos and' Organs, 244 ; val ue, $12,390. 1 '..' The Wheat Crop in Monroe County tn 1884. ' The wheat crop of this' county pro. duced in 1884 was as follows : . , ACRES BDSBELS. ACRES IB bow. 1885. Adams, 806 7.423 ,599 Benton, 858 9 445 954 Bethel, 1215 13,396 1,148 Center, 1,689 19 395 1,906 Franklin, 906 9,895 :.' 841 Green, 977 10,013 1.096 Jackson, 1.042 12 519 855 Lee, 1.075 14 599. 1.177 Malaga, 1,209 15 399 1.407 Ohio, . 1 677 22.211 i 1.757 Perry, 938 11.025 824 Salem. 1.291 18 191 1.308 Seneca, 1,152 12 266 1331 Summit, 690 8 500 805 Sunsborv, 1,195 16 639 1.282 SwitEetland, 1492 21.105 1.836 Washington, 1.501 13.831 1.319 Wayne, 981 11,273 1,148 Total, 20,494 247,125 . 21,607 OBITUARY, Died On Friday, July 24. 1885, at 1 :15 P. M. at the rea dence , of ber son James R.. in' Woodsfleld, Mrs. Sarab Morris, relict of Hon. Joseph Morris, aged 90 years, 2 months and 4 days. ' 'Grandmother Morris' great age and the many years she lived in this place endeared ber to the entire community. by whom she was greatly beloved and respected. In ber declining days she was surrounded by her children and many of her grandchildren and great grandchildren.. For many years past she was a member of the Christian Church, and nntil her great age and fee ble health prevented, was a regular at tendant upon the services of the Church. That she was a sincere and devoted Christian ail who' knew her can testify. Grandmother Morris was born in Greene County, Pa., and was a daughter of James and Elizibetb Hill. She was nsitied in marriage to Joseph Morris, in March, 1816, whom she survived nearly thirty-one ears. She was the mother of nine child ren, but three of whom sur vive ber Mrs. Elizabeth Dsioai and Jams R and W. Tv Morris who were with , her in " nT last hours.' She was a woman of strong, practical judgment, great good sense, and of a vigorous con stitution that continued with ber nntil a few years ago when she became some what of an invalid from ths ettects of a fall. She was, however, able to. walk from her son Thomas' residence to ber son James' with a little assistant, only ten days before her death. The disease, which wss the immediate cause of her death, was cholera morbus, with which she suffeed abont a week. For the last two or three days she seemed nncon scions of any pain or inSering, and psed away as calmly as it falling into a dreamless sleep. There has pasad from among us mother in Israel, who, in her day, was a kind and charitable neighbor and friend, a devoted wife and tender mother. .. - The deceased was' one of the oldest residents of the county, having came k to it in April, 1829, and to Woodsfield two year later, where she ever after ward resided. On the afternoon bf the 25th lust., she wss conveyed by "loving kindred and neighbors to thefam ly burring ground, where she was laid lo rest beside ber departed hnsband and six children, there to rest nntil the blessed God shall say "well done, tboa good and faithful servant; enter thou into the Jojs of thy Lord." JACKSON TO WNSHIP ITEMS. Witters. Ohio, July 23, 1885 Ed. Spirit: As this is my turn to send the news from this township I will try and do so. Mr. Allen and son, Miss Stoker and Mrs. Nmnie RvlclirT, of Wheeling, were visiting Miss Ruth Garden. Mr. James Morris and wire were the guests of Miss Rtchel Wttten. Onto a number of oar young folks attended the Reunion at New Martins ville on the 15th inst., and they were well satisfied with their day of recreation. The New Martinsville and Parkersburg Brass Bands gave a rare musieal treat. Mr. Vy . Johnioo has returned home from the Granville College with bis di ploma. C. W. Anshutz and wife,nf Pittsburgh. and Air. John and Mis E :zi Martin, of New Martinsville, were visiting at Tal bott'a. Several of oor young ladies and en tlemen went to the White Sulphur Springs for tbeir health- Mart Pdel and wife, of Pittsburgh, are paying Johnny Pfiel tbeir annual visit. We are informed that the annual pic nic comes off this year about the same Hme.it did 'ast year. Mrs. Ruth Russell is visiting amongst relatives in Brook County, W. va. Some of our farmers are getting scared for fear their cribs won't hold tbeir corn crop. . r-Mrs. Annie Isreal, of Pittsburgh, is spending the summer at Daniel Tuell's. - Messrs. John and Eb. Talb'tt were entertained at Wheeling Park hy their relatives. ." . '. Rev. Jas. R. Hissom is at home on a visit from Belmont, Ohio. Tours, . Little Rosebdd. OZ ARK ITE31S. . Ozabk. Ohio, July. 23. 1885. Editor Spirit t: Wheat harvest has about come to a close A few of our citisens had fair crops, but generally the srbp was very light. A large acreage of buckwheat has been sown heTe In the last two weeks which may help to offset the shortage in the) wheat crop Oats are very good, corn promises a good yield. 'Hay is light again this season. Mr. J. A. Brown and wife made a bu siness trip to Wheeling one day last week, and have now gone to Belmont county to attend . the wedding of some relative. Miss Stella Nelson, one of our bright young ladies, haa returned, from Nwble county where she has been teaching. She taught eleven months In that county in the last year " . . -. Miss Lizzie Riemenscbneider, of Mal aga, bas been visiting' relatives in town the past week - , 1 , Mrs. Anna Willison, of near Some'r ton, bas been visiting In town. Miaa Mollie Arnold has returned from Wheeling., Mr. Cyrus Blackledge and wife, of Jerusalem, but formerly of Ozark, were in town Saturday night and Sunday vis iting friends. We alwava welcome such visitors. . Come again. TJocIe Charlie. Mr. John Cleeg and family, of Bealls- ville, attended oor festival on Saturday night and remained over Sunday. The Festival we consider a good so-i cial success, judging from tbe appear ance and tbe manner in which tbe peo ple disposed of the cream, cakes and berries furnished by the good people of our town and neighborhood. It waa also a financial success considering there were two other festivals within a short distance of ns tbe same evening. Ode at Beallsville and the other .at Malaga Tbe total receipts were $29.36. Many thanks to onr young people for their liheral patronage. C. M. Hanes, of Bellaire, is in town looking after his property and visiting his friends. Mrs. L'zsie Brosia, of Pittsburgh. spent last night with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. John Uetn. Amok. Hon Calvin Welch was renominated for State Senator In tbe Athens-Hocking District. The Convention endorsed tbe administration of President Cleveland, and recommended Hoadly for Governor and Thurman for Senator. is now iu progress.. Also Lave a large lot of Firo and Ten Cent Novelties, With Glasswara and Tinware. BARGAINS IN ORDERNOW. IVo Regard to Cost. J3elX We qvCTLst. Toar cash now has large purchasing power at our store. Come. MORRIS & ARMSTRONG. Jttue30,'85. Marietta Times. 23d inst David Martin, Esq., died at his borne in Lawrence township on Tuesday, July 14tb, aged 58 years. Mr. Martin was boro in Monroe county, but remo7ed to this county in 1856 He was a man of more than ordinary ability and was act ive as a local politician and legal advi ser. He had a very extensive acquaint ance and bis death will be mourned by manv friends- H bad been sick for a long time prior to his death with kidney disease.- ' .-..' The Local Paper the Best . The local paper is the best paper in the world. All city pspers cannot sup ply the piace of the home paper. No other contains the marriages and deaths, to say nothing of the divorces and births N- other paper gives the time of the next ball, picnic, or public meeting ; no other publishes the roll of honor ol the public schools, -no other discusses the affairs of the town n.d county, your farm products, your church services, fes tivals and public schools, it gives the local news which can be obtained from no other source. Everybody reads, it, snd every business man should adnriae in it. This is why the local paper is the best in the world and the best advertis ing medium for its circulation. It reach es every household, no family library is complete without iu local paper, and no live business may well do without it. JW We understand from a gentleman just Irom Cow Run that Ellsha Carpen ter and King Haynes, both of Dana's Run, bad a quarrel on Tuesday, when Carpenter shot Haynes, killing him in stantly. Carpenter came into Cow Run and gave himself up to the authorities There has been a bitter feud between the parties for the last twenty years. .We did not obtain any particulars of the killing. The gentleman who gave the in'ormation saw Carpenter at Cow Run, Who told him of the killing and bin de termination to give himself up. 'Mari etta Timet, ? ' WImb Baby waa afek, we gar kr Caatoria, Wasa the waaaChOd, she cried for Caatoria, When c'm heoama Miaa, aha ehuig to Caatoria, Whan aha had Children, she gT. them Caatoda, from the New Martinsville (W. Va.) Democrat Mrs. Ella Beardmore, of Woodsfield, and Mrs. Haddie McCormick, of Sis tersville, were bere last week on a visit to the family of J. C. McEldowney, Esq Mrs Ko'zebue, of Malaga, O , mother of G. W. Eotzebue, one of our mer chants, and her daughter Mrs Webb, p' Louisville, Ky., were here week before last on a visit to Mr. and Mis. G. W Kotzebue. Every day adds to the great amount of evidence as to the curative powers o Hood's Sarsaparilla. Letters are contin ually being received from all sections of the country, telling of benefits derived from this great medicine. It is unequal- ed for general debility, and as a blood purifier, expelling every trace of scrofn la or other impurity. Now Is the time to take it. Made by C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all druggists Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salvx iu tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, .Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Pkin Jirnp tious, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prioe 25 cents per box. For sale bj K. W. POPI. The New Orleans Picayune views the Ohio Republican platform as little short ol a call to arms, and says that a party organ led on. such bitsis of malignant hate is paramount to a treasonable con epiracy. , . When Dudley was Pension Comm is sioner, pensions were issued to soldier at the rate of -4.8)8 per month ; but no with fifty less clerks than Dudley tad, Commissioner Black is issuing pensions to the deserving at tbe rale ot 8,254 per month. . '. ' . The Italian Countess Belgiojose, ex ceedingly wealthy and proud, resolved that ber beautiful niece should not marry the soo ol ber steward, -and when she found out. that an elopement waa plan aed, she waylaid tbe midnight party and shot the father of the gallant. Tbe bul let lilled, and she is to be tried for tbe murder. ; . " Dr. Leonard in his speech' at Cleveland said: "List fall an attempt was made by to National Republican Committee to bribe our standard bearer, Governor S. John. To tbe leaders of. the Espublican party I -say : 'Can yon reconcile yonr action with morality ? Is it a moral thing to attempt to purchase tbe Presi dency of the United States?"' A Chicago girl had two suitors. She angered one by going for .an evening walk in a park with the other. Tbe en raged chap borrowed the uniform of a policeman, -lay in wait for the sentimental couple, and arrested tbe favored lover for kissing tbe maiden. Tbe fraud was not discovered, for it was dark, nntil the offender bad begged for mercy and paid a bribe of 15 for release. Mr. Hurd, of Ohio, who bas spent considerable time in Washington since tbe 4th of March, says of Mr. Cleveland : "He is the most positive, self-willed, af firmative man this generation bas known in the White House. His Secretaries are mere Secretaries. Mr. Cleveland is everything. His opinion dominates everything." This is the opinion of nearly everybody who has visited the White. House in connection with tbe gcat work of turning the rascals oat. RIEL PLEADS NOT GUILTY. Unsuccessful Efforts of his Counsel lor a Chauge ot Venue. WiNNipirs, July 21. The trial of Louis Riel for high treason opened at Reglna yesterday before Stipendiary Magi-traie Richardson, associated with Justice Henry La June. The court room was packed to the doors. Kiel, escor ted by a large detachment of mounted police, entered the court rcom looking quite cheerful and unconcerned. He was neatly dressed. He etniled as he look a seat in the dock and exchanged greetings with his counsrl. He acted in a most gentlemanly mauner. Being ask ed if be had been supplied with a copy of the indictment. Riel replied in firm, deep voice: "I have, your Honor " Mr. Fi'zpa'rick, for the defense, read an appeal, which set forth that the Court ought not to take cogn zince or the or fences charged against Riel because they are punishable with death, and protest ing that Riel should be sent for trial to Upper Canada or to British Columhia. Mr. Robinson, for the prosecution. contended that Parliament was supreme over aoy other tribunal, and its legisla tion respected as absolute. The Judge overruled the plea of Riel's counsel. Th : latter then filed a demur rer to the information, on the ground that it was insufficient as it did not state Riel's nationality. After a brief argu ment by the counsel for Kiel the demur rer was overt uled. Riel being again asked to plead, said : 'I have tne honor to anawer to the Court that I am not guilty." During the arguments Kiel maintain ed a qniet air and .watched the proceed ings closelv, frequently prompting bis lawyers. He was in no way agitated. He says that God is on his aide, and be has no fear as to the result of the trial After the adjournment he was sent back to the barracks for rate keeping. . 1 o-day the lawyers will argue a mo tion to be made by the defence asking for an adjournment ot the case in order to bring Gabriel Dumont, commander of the rebel forces, . from Montana, be being an important witness. If this does not succeed, the defence will plead insanity. Lightning Tear oft a Woman's suoes ana stocKincs strange .Freaks. Kalamazoo, Mich., Jniy 20.-A heavy wind and thunder storm visited this sec tion last night. At Vicksburg several orchards lost half tbeir trees. At 09b- temo a hictcory tree was shattered about twenty rods from Myron Latta's boose, stunning and rendering nnconscions him self and wife Near Bloomingdale Mr Beach's barn with its contents was struck by ligbtning and destroyed. At Grand Junction Mr. Stout's house was atrnck the holt going down the chimney, hit ting the s'ove and glancing off struck Mrs Stout on the knees, burning her badly and tearing her stockings and shoes entirely off her feet. Herself and hnsband were knocked unconscious. She is thought to be fatally injured. BLOODY WORK AT K ASS ALA. Rebels Storm the Garrison and are Repulsed, Losing 3,000 Men. London, July 21 A dispatch from Cairo says .news has reached here from Kasala that a large force of rebels at tacked that place and made sevetal at tempts to carry it by assault. They were finally repulsed, and the garrison at Kaa- sala, following np their victory, captured tbe rebel camp, with .2.000 oxen and sheep and 700 rifles. The enemy lost 300 men killed and wounded, while the garrison's casualties were small. The news of the attack wss sent to Cairo by Major Chermside. The attack took place on June 15 and 16. COOPER & CONARD'S A'jMraal f Ham Lltmtara ul FaaklM. 'WFASHION'S'Hir FASHION A.y mmm mb4Ibc fear HONTEY. CvwPEK A CONAKD, th aaA Market, PkllaAa. v Amopg the ar Llea of incorporation Sled at the office of the Secretary cf State, at Columbus. Monday, waa that of "Tbe K!dd Bros. Mining and Manufac turing Com pa ay" of Belmont County. Capital stock $50,000. NEW LOCALS. And three acres of aood land, within the corporation of Woodrfhld, for sale. is welt improven. inquire at tnis omte July 21. 1885. GROCERIES, Candies, Tobacco, Cigars, Nuts, Coffee, Tea, Sugar and. other articles usually found in a Grocery for a!e at JACOB BERTRAM'S Successor to F. Bncxio. Jnne30,'85ml yCome and purchase a Clipper Mowing Machine No. 4. Try it and if i' dos not give satisfaction 1 will take it back. LP. NKUtlAKr, Woodsfleld. Oliio. ' ESBuy the light running and best New Home sewing machine at O. E. HARLA.NS GOTO JOHN BURKU ART'S For . yonr Boots, Shoes and Soli Leather. ; novl8,'81y. ( MEAT MARKET. Fresh meat every day. Bologna, San- sage's. Racon and Lard.' aprl4,'85. CHARLES TOSS. 9 12 Champion Mowers and Reapers for sale at cost. Must he aoM at once . GEO. H WEISEND, mayl9,85. Woodsfield, Ohio MRS. JACOB BURKHART WOODSFIELD, O., Has opened a dress making cutting and fitting room in tbe wi'liams property and is prepared to accommodate the la dies of Woodsfield and Monroe County on short notice. ' Aprill4,'85m6. ENTIRE STOCK SELLING AT COST. x. hoeffler. tffCfcll at Tira 8riRIT office for job print ing from a visiting card up to a full sheet pos ter. Letter heads, business card on envelopes, statements and bill heads printed in short aouoe. lOO Doses One Dollar. ITood's Sarsaparilla Is the only medicine of which this can be truly said; and it is an unanswerable argument as to the strength and positive economy ot tbls great medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of roots, herbs, barks, etc., long and favorably known for their power in purifying Hie blood ; and in combination, proportion, and process, . Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to Utelf. . " For economy and comfort we nse Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. C Brewsteb, Buffalo. - Hood's Sarsaparilla takes let time and quantity to show its effect than any other . preparation I ever heard ot I would not be without it in the bouse." Mus. C. A. M. Hubbard, North Chill, N. Y. too Dote One Dollar Hood's Sarsaparilla cores scrofula, salt rheum, all humors, boils, pimples, general de bility, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, ' catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com plaints, and all affections caused by Impure blood or low condition of the system. Try It. "I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and for over a year had two running sores on my neck. I took live bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla, and consider myself entirely cured." C K. LovEJor, Lowell, Mass. "Hood's .Sarsaparilla. did me an Immense amount of good. My whole system has been built up and strengthened, my digestion im proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel ing. I consider it the best medicine I have ever used, and should not know bow to do without it" Habt L. Peblk, Salem, Mass. r Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, ft ; six for $5- Made only by C I. HOOD & CO, Lowell, Mass . IOO Doses One Dollar. Jane 23, 188538 w. . .. CARTERS iWrt mm Blek Headache and relieve all the tronMes met dant to a bilious atate oMhe ayatem, anch aa Dla clneaa, Hiaaea, Drowsiness, frlatreaa after catinr. fain in the Side, Ac. White their aaoaHoaaifi hi success haa bee shown In coring Beaaaeheyrart(r'sTJmeUvarrls8reeman valuable la CotutipaUon, curing and preventtnr Ihia annoying complaint, while they slao correct all diaordcra or the stomach, erhnnlate the 1It aad regulate the bowels. Xvea it they only eoret Aehefhey would baalmost priceless to those whe aoffer from thia distressing complaint; bntforta-, Mtaly their goodness doea not end here, and tboae Who once try them will find theee little pilla vain able in ao many vays that thry will not be wUUaf ! to do without them, But after all sick head . Is thebene of so many lives that here is where wa auke our great bout. Oar pills ewe it while ethers do not. Carter's Little Liver Puis are very email and V try euy to take. One or two pilla make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action plcaee all who cu them. lavialaatiUeent; flTefortL Bold by druggists cverywhare, or aent by mail. CABTER SCEDICDTE C0 ,5ew York, ep30,'84y. ; - . ' Kansas Citt, July 21 TbeTimts' Fort Reno special savst "Tbe enroll ment of Indians began tbls morning, as appointed. Tbe Arapahoea, number 1,- 600, instead of 2 500, and tbe Cheyenoes ill not show over 3,000 persons. ' The Indians offered to give op their arms and horses to the Commissioner, who refused them because, as they received money, they could go to Caldwell and buy more. Agent Dyer baa tendered his resignation. He says that he bas not had proper sup port from the department, in enforcing law and order among refractory Indians The troops are being gradually with drawn from here to their proper sta tions." : . GKOCERir MARKET. OOBBICTID WaSXlT 8T P. CrwTB. II & IM lfoiDAT, July 2', 1885. Klonr. per bbl, choice $5 SO sack.. 70 Wheat, per bushel, new .1.., ... .91 P0 Oats, per bushel. 45 Cernmeal, per bushel . ...... ..... Buokwheat Hoar, per lb Coffee, green, choioe per lb , fanoy roasted, Arbuokles per lb .... . Sugars, granulated, standard, per lb. . . powdered, pare, A standard ... Yellow, choioe, ; .... Molasses, Sorghum . '70 6 12 15 15 10 15 "8 7 60 Orleans..... 76 00 50 Syrup, pare sugar, per galloa mixed, ' w.. . Sloe, Carolina eholoeheid, per lb, , 'broker, . . , . 'O&HHID OOQD8. 10 Peaohes flnest No 3 25 ' good No 3 to 12, 124 pie No 3 romatoes Queen No 3 Beefsteak No 3.. Baker's No 3 Corn Winslo w No 2 Bakers No 2.. .............. 12 15 15 10 A r pies, choice No b.... .. Hominy, per lb. 2J Tea Finest per lb 00 60 ohoice PBODDCI. ' B0T1ITO, Baoon Hogrottflfl,per"lb..,J 7 Hams " 3 Side 1 " ..... - Shoulder ' v Butter psr lb ......8 Bggs per dosen.. 9 Green Apples per tashel......40 Beans, navy, per .b.. ....... 2 Dried poaobes " .. 8 Dried apples " 3 Potatoes per bushel., . . , -6i -Onions per bushel ......... 40. SBLLiae, R 10 . 1 1 . 10 10 80 B ' 10 ,70 July 27 CaWc Sain per" ' po'nnrl" Sheep 3a4o per pound. . Uog 3a4o pet pound gross. TJlalCHfJO. July 24. Flour 4 20a5 75 : Wheat 88c; Com 46c. Oats 32c; Bye 58c. New fork. July 24 Flour 3 45a5 20; Wheat 99al 00c; Corn 52c, Oats 39a44c. Cincinnati. Jolv 24. Flour 4 25e4 80; Wheat 96c; Corn 47c; Oats 33c; Bye 61c. . Philadelphia. Philadelphia, July 24 Flour 3 71a & 60; Wheat 94.95; Corn i4a59o ; Oati 3Tailc; R)e 70c. ' ' CATTLE MARKETS, frbeellnCLlve Stock market. Wbeeumo, July 25, 1885. The market as a general thing rules fair this week, full supply of common cattle ; good cattle scarce. Messrs. Hud son A; Bayba furnished the following quotations : Cati 1b Extra, 1,000 to 1,100 lb. caU tie 4H Jo Per lD' 80od 800 to 000 ;bs 34u per lb. ; light, from 600 to 800 lbs., 2t3c per lb. Hogs Market active; 44o per lb. Sheep Dull 2i3c per lb. ' Lambs Good, market firm; 3J4c. Calves 3 00a6 00, per head. u mm COMMERCIAL COMMISSIONER COLMAN5 AD- , VlCB.TOJPAltMEK8. S This Year's Wheat Crop Below the j - Avcragw. Agricultural Commissioner Colman thinks far met s bad better h'dd on to their grain Jd a bulletin issued fiom his bureau tbe following advicn la given : "This year is peculiar in having an un precedented supply of old wlieat in the bands of tradeis; the effect is naturally an unexampled effort ol holders to ad vance prices. Now, it is no the prov iirce of. an cfflcial statistical service ither to advance or depress prices, but to tell the truth. This department is expected to look to tbe interest of far mers, but experience has shown that tbeir inter s is not advanced by under estimating the; crop. The growers are at the wrong end to profit by misrepre mentation. .Distance, heavy transporta tion and many occasions of delsy an circumstances against them; the tele graph, organization and capital favoi tbe buyer. ' It is repeatedly proven that misrepresentation of .crop production insures only to the. advantage of the speculator or wealthy purchaser. Hon esty, then, is the best policy for farmer in crop reporting. With immense stocks in commercial hands, high .prices vwill benefit mainlv the traders now; in two or three months with stocks exhausted and a new crop ready for delivery. Ihe buyer will magnify European supplies, exaggerate tbe outcome of the Ameri can product and offer low prices! , '( A PKBTIRENT MJGGESTIOK. ' ' '.Here a enggeation - is pertinent The wotsiuarvegi oi toe worio in looo wii ndtbe n average. Hence prices wili eventually advance! But it sbonld be rrmembered that it requires a fullyeat to move the wheat crop of the-world. Heavy harvests following deficiencv do not depress prices materially for man) months after garnering.- The' culmina tion of tbe f fleet is often in the follow ing year. S j tbV large production o last yesr now fills the graneries of Eu rope .and America and prcea are 1 tw in the face of the current crop failures No great advance will occur till the ex cess of stocks shall be consumed. Let the farmed, therefore,.who Is noi pressed for money, deliver slowly unlit commercial slocks are depleted, watch the markets, and if be can bold till late in tbe autumn or winter, he mayrofii by tbe scarcity. : But he must not. as sume the existence of tbe scarcity which is prophesied by the bulls of the pres ent hour and hold for extraordinary prices, refusing reasonable advances, o his ultimate low of price, interest and ratage may prove a sorer calamity tha. the early autnmn sales . This u a true word for the ear of tbe wise farmer." THE M MIDI'S MESSESOEIt. II ossein Pacha, the Prophet Com- ..misslonor. Alfx imdkia, Iuly30. I ba'd. ."an.'in ttrview this morning with Hussein Pacha Khali's, tbe former Governor of Berber, woo was present near Khartoum' at tht time General Gordon was killed.1' Hns ein Pacha is the special - ooeomisfi'tnei from the Mabdi to H e KiHdive. "Th s was the only way he oi 1 1 return to Egypt. He says there ia no truth.ln ibv report of the Msbdi'a death.' H, als ays that th idea of Gordon having es caped from Khartonm ia preposterous. - THE MABDlY PLANS. ' ' ,- He says that the Mahdi wishes rW ac pprd'with tbe Kiedive, but dreauta of ohiversal conquest. He sas tl ePropbe' has but little executive ability; that hi ij simrtlv fanatic" In person be d. s cribes bim as of tall and coromsndlny presence, and very stout. Any European be says, can go to the Mahdl," who will treat bim well, but he will not be allowed to return. . . . ' ' TUB BRAVKRr Or THE SOGOABEaK. i Hussein Pachs -says that thVSouda nese are brave, but . prefer their native weapons to fire-arms He to the oil c of apecial attention in . 'Alexandria,. H has frequent Interviews with the X iedive and is a guest in tbe house of Oam ai Pacha. Givernot of Alexandria. ' A Thousand 'Wnriio'n and Children to be Sacrificed In West Africa. LofDOK. July 21 Intelllgefce bae twen received from West A'rica that tbr King of Oahome, with many followers. on May.' 10 .made a raid, on the villager nnder French protee'lon near Porto Novo His troops indu'ged in whole sale massacres of the inhabitants and burned .all .their, dwellings ., One thou sand yau'hs jand. women swere captured and carried back into Dahomey to be sacrificed at cannibalistic feasts. . France po?8fs s a protectorate over toe stngam or rono jnovo, wnicn was formerly n -portiorTof the kingdom o' Dahomey;"- Porto TJvo lies south of Dahomey on tbe African coast. There are nnmerons towns alonf h coast where the French hVva estab'iihed trad ing Aiobts. A ra ill French garris n is stationed In Cotonou' on the shore of Porto Novo.3 - ; ' , ' ' i They lletased to Ransom Gordon. Lohdob, July 21.-rUnder Foreign Secretary .Darke, snsweiing inqui ies i the House of Commons to-day, -said that durinz May, 1884 M. Billing tad offered Lord Lvona, British A'mbasaadoi at Paris, to ob'ain the' ransom' ot Gen. Gordon, from Kl Mahdi for 250,000. Lord Lvona forwarded the offer, without comment, to Ewl Gcaaville, then British Minister of Frei?t Affairs. .The first condition of the .fl ;r ..was that its sc- i;pHgf;e shouirl be accom panted hy aw payment of 510,000 down. r Earf Gran ville, after consultation with f he other members of the late Government:, in structed I, ird, Lyons - that fpr, various reasons he mut decline the' offer, Keyer aiTo Up. , t , If you are sufleiing with low and de pressed spirits, lss ot appetite,, general debility, disordered blood, weak conati. tution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by a'l means procure a bottle of E'eciiio Bitters. You will he nrprised.to see tbe rapid improvement that will follow; you . will be. inspired with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and .misery will cease, anl henceforth you wt ill rejoice io the praise of Eectric Bitten. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by R. W Pope , ' Tfm. 11 Barnutn on the "Adminis tration. Protidemoi. July 21. Tbe Hon. Wm. H. Barnum ot Connecticut was at the Narraganset House to-day Speaking of tbe Administration, Senator Barnum said: "I think Mr. Cleveland ia doing well, bnt there will be mora, good done in tbe future, He Is shaping bis course to the satisfaction of every considerate man, but be can't do everything at once. Dora White, a Western advocate of additional rights for ber sex, demands that divorce' shall be made easier for women and entirely impossible for" men. Only by such a reform, she thinks, would feminine helplessness be made equal to masculine perfidy in courtship and mar liage. ... McMofiagle Rogers' Extract of Vanilla, in the purity in ' which we offer it, has the delicate and un mistakable flavor of the finest Mexican Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring Ice Cream, Cake and Custard. Give them a trial and satisfy yourself. . June23,'o6ii.' S " .'ZZ X Dealer in General Hardware. Full Stock Ot fp CC Window Gloss, Pat- SHELF GOODS, ty, Doors, Bash, an if .... :. KPlaneft Tumps, Til- Heayy Hard-r ware. 2 Plows, Mowers, ' iajr; Front and s -; :ki TS3tvSjt, Axes, Guns, M Ana&ition. Fishing eapers, Horse Hay iJakes, HorsoTnayS CS Taekle, Ba tron. Fork and Carriers, r" Wagoa Skcins,6arb 2 Grain Drills, Cornea AedFencWire,.Rope, -5 Drills,Corn Bhellers S 5rD.n.mtu fr Blaat. sa3 " vmA VUVUOtDt 4. saajir bbM aaaf It. vnr trees, slumps. Bella. 8toves.and3 . . . O arm a. &o. Best Tinware. - r- ;. - , C3 Pboaphate. Low Prices all Times. " CHENEY'S : Stomach Liver Iregulator : CUBES COnSTIPATIQ. r , , KheumaUsin JBl.ifcftion of the Heart when . ' arising- from fndigeiiion or drangsd oonditioa of the stpuiHth, bioic Ueadaebe or Mirrain. f,m an1. female com pUiuta. Tha only medl lclneinthev.orldilia iuyiBea- P ltlvely Cnree CaatIpatlM. ' Vcte, ai.OO per bottle ; 6 bottles, asoo , -.ti sa roa circulars, raafc . P. J. CHEN-Y A CO., Prop'rs, ' ',' -VOE.EDO.O. ' H. W. POPE, Ag9n Woodsfleld, Ohio j October 14,' 1884 lr.: ' ' CONSTIPATION! There Ha no medium througli which disease so often attacks the system as by Constipation, and there is no other ill.flesh is heir to more apt to be neglected, from the fact, material inconvenience may not be immediate ly felt from 'irregular action of th .bowels. "When there is not wgular action the retention of decayed and. effete matter, with its poisonous gases, floon poisons the whole system by 'being absorbed into it, Causing piles, Ustnla, headache, impure blooa, and many other serions affections. BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.' wiU Immediately relieve, and one bottle positively .cure or relieve any case of Constipation. m . . , . rWas troubled for a year witk torpid fiver and indigestion, and after '"trytogeverything imaginable - used BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.' .Ttn : flrstbottla revived me and the second cured me entirely."--J.S.Wiliiasson .Rochester, N. Y. ' ov2s,8W .. father, Xother, aad Three SUters Dead- . Mr. David Qaypool, formerly bergeant--at-ArmsoftheKew Jersey Senato,and now Notary Public at CedMvillo, Cumberland " Co., I. J, nukes .the following startling statement r- My father, mother, and three sisters all died with consumption, and my lungsweresoweak Iraiaed blood. Kobody thought I .could 4ire, -Hy wck (&lup ' smithias)was very straining on me with nry weak constitution, and I was rapidly going to the. grave While ia litis condiUon I commenced using Mislilers Herb Bitter, and it saved bit life. Because it was so ( vdiflinilt to petit in this little pkce. and I , had improved so much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the rsswlt ia that I Lave commenced erHng.rapidlydown bill again. 8omehof; Mishler's Herb' Bitters" gives appetite and strengthens and LuildsTne up as nothiny elto doee,.and I muuiiaye a dozen boiues.jit ones. rTJso.Uiis comrort. nication as yoa please, and if any one wan la , to be convinced of its troth, let them write . roe and I will make affidavit to it, for I owe my life to Mishler's Herb Bitters." . . Thesecret of the almost invariable relief and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar rhcra, dyspepsia, -indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, ' when liinli lex's Herb Bitters is tued, is that it contains simple, -harmless, -and yet powerful ingredients, ' that act on the blood, kidneys, and liver, and through them strengthens and invlgor . atea the whole system. Purely vegetable , in its compoaition; prepared by a regular physician: standard-medieinal prepera 1 tion endorsed by physicians and drug-' v giMa. ' Theee are four strong points favor ; of Mishler's Herb Bitters. Miahler'sllerb : Bitten it sold hy all druggists.. PrieefLOO' ; toeriarye bottle. 6 littles for $5.00. . , , Xi b. diM not k.p It, do nni t.k. nrthfna' .In. bus Be mar iiubt hr lrran.n'a Em Bmaaa. U feanmarua Street, tUUdlaitthia, Mill . BIMt. SepJ3,84t. mKUNITYfromAMriOYAr.'CS jM,j.v. 1 ar; J ' r-'-lXs i 1 Pal Oatm 1833.' 7 Haute nly f tno flnest amd aWafejaMK ttj of tilaM tot wlUiaUnUlwa; heats. Every good thing- la Counter felted, and ooneumera are CAU TIONED against IMITATIONS of these OLneys made of VERT POOR GLASS. 8eo that tji exact label is on eaoh chimney as abovex The Pearl Top Is always clear aud . bright Glaea. ... . Haaafaietwrcd OJTtT ky -' GEO. A. H ACDETII 4i CO. rtttabnrpki Lead Gliwa MTovka. TOR SALE BY PEALEB3. mav5,'b5m..