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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1S85. HUS. II. C. WEST, Local Editor. Index to Ner AdYertlsements. Legal Notice, Legal. Notice, Lfgtt Notice, Attachment, V i ; J. P. Sprioos. DrigqsA; Mallort Drigos& Mallort. Driqqs is Mallort. Johi Hiss was. in town last Friday. Picnic on Witlen's Hill on August 22. Boad Receipts at 2& cents per hun dred. , : Reunion at Caldwell on the 13th, Hlh ibdl&h. 'Miss Kmc Watt, of Wheeling, Is visiting at Mr. C C Clark's. J ABES Aqim bas oeen appointed rosi- m. - t . 3 n A tnaster at Agio's, this county. - Mr. Felly, of N ible county. Is the new Postal Clerk on the B Z. Se C. ' Mrs. Elizabeth Dbioos is visiting ber ion Jas. A. Dbiqqs, at Ben wood, W. Va. .Mrs. Bothwcll, mother of Asber Out, Clerk of CourU, is dangerously in.4 "' ; " -. . - t The colored camp meeting commenc ed at Bethel on the B. Z A C. Road last Sunday. ' ' . ' ' William Hints, of Woodsfield, has gone to Nuckolls Co , Nebraska, where ha will work at blacksmithing. : Sacrament of the Lord's Sapper was administered in the M. E. Church on last Sundsy evening by Rev Patk. ' Miss Mattic Moohst, after a two weeks visit with friends in Baltimore, returned borne on last Wednesday. " Mr, and Mrs. William Gibsosv of Bwajey, thta county, have gone to Moun tain Lake Park to escape the beatad term. Mrs Dixon, of Wichata, Kansas, and Mra. Dixon, of Beallsville, this county. are the eueats of their a'ater-ln-law, Mrs. . Dr. Ahkbtroo, of Woodsfield. . Buzz Piebsoh, son or Alleh H. Pier soir, of this place, left last week for Cleveland, Tennessee, to take charge of a Bakery. Bczzls a steady young man. We wish bin' su'ccexs. . . , . , . , , caorco ' wan were tolled from 2 to 3 o'clock on Sat urday, the day of Gen. Grant's funeral. XSTSis probationer were received Into full membership in the M E. Charch on last 8unday morning by Rev. H. D. Stacfveb. iryMr. -A. J. Macket, of Bethel . . - . I m . . ! -vownvnip, remrneu iw we num j through Iowa and Missouri. He is well 1 pleased with the country. .. . Be-TJnkon ot the 63 1 0. V. 1. The 811 R-giment-of O. V. I. will bold a. reunion at Ztnesvil.e, on Thurs day and Friday, the 10th and 11th of 'September? - - fW 'Newspaper borrowers are often sreat bores. It Is not at all pleasant for man who pays for a paper to have some neighbor who is richer, bat stin gier, send over and borrow it." X3T Mrs Dr. Ford and son Nile, of BenwoodWest Va , Mrs. John Sinclair and .on Hasrt. of Independence, Kan ass, and Mr. Chatham SikOlair, are Visiting at Mrs. Mart A Sinclair's io . this place. , iyThe AntiocU Normal School, taught by Mr. G B Ltncq, atarled off ''last week with thirty-one students It Is. said there Is a good prospect ot forty or more. This speaks well for Mr. L and the educational interests of Antioch. "Coupon tickets are on sale now at lh depot for all routes East, West, North and South. Parties Emigrating " will save money by calling on or ad dressing W. L Morris, Agent B. 0 , and B 2 4 C. or J. C. Clark, Passen ger Agent B,Z 4C. jtyCorn meal and flour for sate at Ford's mill. " Brine on your grain of all sorts for we have one. run of burrs in the beat of order for new wheat and an- . other pair ot burrs for old wheat. All -can be accommodated as we are up with , our work everv' day. ' Ford Bros. t . i t 1 .' 3TThe Barnesviile Fair will be held , this year on Tuesday, Wednesdav.Thurs- J . J tf.MM tk IK,k OftlH 9?h anil J8ih Inst. The premium list is libera' , throughout, The Sweepstakes trot is 1200 and pacing $150. The three tnin ate trotting and pacing is 9100 each. i . fgrCoNOER, the man who murdered bis wife In Wayne township, is playing deep game, else is "off" bis balance. .He refuses to talk, keeps moving his bead Mdewise continually anl don't rec . ognize any on", not even those with Whom he has associated for years past. ' 1 itlT Wben a woman tries to catch a ' ball she throws her arms wide apart, waits until the bail hits ber on the nose, turns her bands wtth a wind-mill motion. Tubs after the ball, picks it up, brushes the hair out of ber eyes; and smiles as though her way of doing it cannot be Improved upon. . s tar A doctor calls attention to a very 'Ample lact which merits attention from medicine takers. If the ' medicine is mixed with very cold water, and a few wallowa of the water be taken as a pre . . . i . . . t pat awry aose, iub jUerTto ui tuc urgau of taste become sufficiently benumbed to make the' meSiclne nearly tasteless. This method wilt not disguise bitter tastes'? tin. sets well in oil and salines. igr A lot of Italians who have been Working on the B Z AG, were die- charged a short time since, and on Mon- 1 day, the 2d lost., damanded their pay Not being prepared to pay the officers so informed them when they gathered at . the Deoot armed with clubs, knives and revolvers the clubs only being n sight After considerable gabble they . were quieted and th following day received their pay. - . . Soldiers' Reunion at Springfield, O., August 12th and 13 th. To the SoWfera Reunion to be held at Springfield, O., on August 12th and 13th, 1885, the B. 0. R. R. Co. will eell round trip exonrsion tickets at low rates. 19Tbe M.E-Church lawn fete at the residence of Dr. Armstrong last Wed' nesday evening was a success, both financially . and socially , Every one present seemed to have a good time and the church treasury was replenished to the amount of 925.00. J&D. S. Spriggs, last week, shipped bis Jersey call over to pastures green and fresh in Monroe. ' If politics has anything to do with the grass, that calf s feeding should make it a straight-out producer of the pure milk of Democra Qj,Nohh County Republican. JBTLeolair Sinclair went to Ben wood, West Va., last week to clerk in the drng store of Josiah Sinclair in the place of Mr. Chatham Sinclair, who goes to Independence, Kansas, to enter the drug store of bis brother John. We wish both Leclais and Chatham suc cess in their new homes S3? David Oket, Esq , of Woodsfield, has been appointed Chief of the Pay master's Division in the office of the Second Auditor, of the. Trtaaurj , De partment. , He goes on daty on the 15th inst. The position is a desirable one. We congratulate Mr. Oket upon his success. Married On Wednesday evening, July 29, 1885, at the Methodist Episco pal Parsonage, Beallsville, Ohio, by the Pastor, Rev. J. H Doan, Mr. Jacob W. Tschafpat and Miss Mollis J. Miller. On July 30th, by O. F Flint, Esq , of Washington township, Miss Ruth A- Clink to Mr. Nicholas P. Handlon. 1'. A True Snake Story Mr. H. W. Schacb, who reside one- half mile west or Wootisneid, Killed a large Girter snake on the 9th inst., that contained 90 small oses from 4 to six inches in length. Mr. S , brought them to town Monday morniog. , Bao's , Coolet, Martin and Jennings, please understand that there is no chain lightning in this story. We have the best on the market over here. ' Clarington Independent, 7th inst A little two year old son of Mr. Epb riam Hall, of Sardis, swallowed a quan tity of concentrated lye on Wednesday of last week, from the effects of which it died the next day. The lye, which bad been dissolved for washing dishes, etc., was setting on the stove when the child picked up the cup and swallowed aome ol it before the family knew any thing about: it. The sufferings of the little fellow must have been intense The funeral took place on Friday at 10 o'clock. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community. arNoble county holds the banner, so far, tbis year for nake stories The latest one is. to the effect that while a man named McKee was driving along the road a large black snake dropped from a tree upon one of bis horses and at once entwined itself about the ani mals necK and there remained until Mc Kee bad to cut it off with a knife. It I claimed the reptile measured seven feet in length. Another comes from Sharon, where one resembling the boa-constrict or" family was caught. When attacked it done as much hissing aa a flock of geese and spread its month to the breadth of two inches. Ex Noble connty whiskey is miserable stuff those who have sampled it testify to that effect. ; . Justices of the Peace in Monroe County, Ohio. The following is a correct list of Jus tices of the Peace io this county : ADAMS. NAME. POST OFFICE. TERM EXPIRES Aaron Headle) , Cameron, April 14. 1887 C. M. Blowers, Irish Ridge, Oct. 25, '87 - BENTON. . R. M. Ciine, Jolly, Oct. 13, 1886 August Meyer, do April 14, 1887 BETHEL. M. Warwick, Masterton, April 20, 1888 J.R. Camden,Sycamore Valley ,Oct.l,'86 CENTRE. F. M. Beard, Woodsfield, Oct. 23, 1887 Elijah Brown, do Oct. 13, 1886 franklin. Isaac Hanson, Stafford, April 6. 1886 G. Okey, do Green. Pfi J "U Jss. Ogg.Round B ttom, April 27.1888 W. L Norris, Laings, April 14, 1887 J. T. Culrerboase, do April 20, 1888 Jackson. Elian Barker, H Bunfi l, Antioch, May 2. 1888 Wittens, April U, 1887 do April 14, 1887 lee Sardis, April 5, 1886 do April 22, 1888 do April 5, 1886 J. Haueht, J as. Nesbitt, John Angus, Wilson Martin, MALAGA. ' T. S. Fowler, Malaga, April 3. 1886 Sam'l Groux, Mtltonsburg, Oct. 25, 1887 OHIO.' ; A. G. W. Potts, Hannibal, Oct. 13. 1888 G. W. Noll, do April 14, 1887 PERRT. Wm. C. Kincaid, Antioch, Oct 25, 1887 E L Lvnch, do AdHI 20, 1888 Thos. Murphy, Greenbrier, April 5, '86 SALEM. M. Boughner, Cameron, April 21, 1888 B. Tscbappat, Clarington, April 21, 1888 Wm. T. liurd, do Oct. 25, 1887 beneoa. Jss W. Wsrner, Calais, Reed Williams, Ethel, April 5. 1886 April 14,1887 SUMMIT A. Buchanan, Lewlsville, Ojt. 24, 1885 do April 5, 1886 tTUNSBURT. ' J. C. Kaylor, John Jeffers, Beallsville, April 5, 1886 J. S Mellott. do April 14. looi A. Arnold, Ozark, Oct. 25, 1887 SWITZERLAND . Geo. Scbafer, Switzer, April 14, 1887 WASHINGTON. O. F Flint. Rinards Mill. Jan. 6, 1886 Mark Joy, Grayaville, April 5, 1886 WAT5S. J. W. Strlckling, Edwina, April 5. 1886 A. Moose. Woodsfield. April 14, 1887 A man named Hamilton, alias Rivers, an American, was sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment fot murder at Z tca- tcciJ, Mexico, . 9 Mayor HoefVler issued the ' fo lowing on the 8th insti , WooDsriELD, O . Aug. 8th 1885 . To Business Men and Citizen generally : ' Out of respect to the memory ot (ien'l Grant, whose funeral takes place this atternood, you are requested to suspend business from 2 to 3 o'clock p. m. This U in accord with a r quest of a number of citizens of Wood6field. . Louis Hokvfler, Mayor, Before 2 o'clock every business house had closed, and the bells of the different churches and the Court House were toiled between those hoars. The fronts of the' stores of Morris & Armstrong, and F. Diehl & Co., were appropriately draped in mourning. On the P8to(fice and Gazette office doors were large portraits ol Gan. Grant draped in mourning. The desire was universal to pay proper respect to the memory of the departed General and Ex President. PUNK1N RIDGE ITEMS. August 3, 1885. Ed. Spirit: The farmers are busily engaged cutting their bay and bats crops. The hay crop will b generally light. The health of the community is good at present. The grasshoppers are doing considera ble damage to oats in this neighborhood. Ibe Dion Castle Select school is pros sring. Mr. Samuel Clegs bas a heifer that gave birth to twin calves last week which weighs 30 pounds, . Tours, Sauerkraut. JACKSON TOWNSHIP ITEMS.' Wittens, Ohio, August 6, 1885 Ed Spirit: On Saturday, August 22, we are to have a big picnic io our neigh borhood The attraction for the Sunday School picnic on Witten'a Hill is a good brass band, a balloon ascension, and a tronp of colored singers is expected. The attraction for the 6th annual pic nic at Narrow's Run is a balloon ascen sion and 3 valuable prizes, and 25 hand some matrimonial scientific electrical in atrnctors will be given away. Hays Sbimp s full o'chestra has been engaged to furnish the dancing music for the oc casion. Mr S. Smith, from the southeastern part of Kansas, is visiting at John Mc Knight's He gives a glowing descrip tion of Kansas, and also a terrible de struction by a late flood that visited his part of the country. Mrs. Mary Woodcock and sons, of New Martiosville.are visiting Wm. Stew art. The B. D Fearing Post, of Cochrane ville, is to meet on the 8th to make ar rangements for a reunion to be held at Narrow's Run about the last ot Seplem ber for three days. We understand there is to be a basket picnic on Wit ten's bill about the 1st of September to raise missionary money. S'ringtown to the front again with a big fight. Messrs. Ton and Pannell Garden, Mrs Alex. Gsrden, Mrs. Julia Sweeny, Miss Mary Bankard of Wheeling, Mr. James Garden and Miss Mary Howard, of Barnesviile, are the guests of Mrs. Mary Garden. Little Rosebud. Trail Run, August 6, 1885. Ed. Spirit: Thinking that it's my turn to send the news from this part of Jack son although we have not been asleep all the wbile,nor we don't intend to be while Little Rosebud bas been furnishing us with such good letters to read. The citizens of this community met Monday evening, Jniy 27, to organize the annual picnic which comes on An gust 22 On motion, John C. Knight was chOBen President and Wilson Hub bard .Secretary. There will be one swing and one refreshment stand on the ground Plenty of fiver water. No intoxicating liquors to he aold witbin two miles of the ground. Laave your bottles at home, bovs. Mr. Hsfllstrnnc. of Wheeling, is visit ing friends on this rin. C. W. Moore is building a new barn for John Winter. James Smith will complete in a few weeks, for John Heinlein, one of the best aud largest cellars in this township, J. L. Hissom, the clerk, was at home last Sunday. Singing School on Calico Ridge Is im proving very satisfactorily in charge of Prof. Miller. Rev J. R. Hissom preached at. the Locust Grove Church last Sabbath at 3 o'clock p. M.,to a moderaielv large crowd of people. He selected his subject from the 21st chapter of St. John, part of the 6th verse t "Cast the net on the right side of the ship " He presented some erand at.d noble thoughts on the subject worthy the attention of all present. . George Myers a (ewNreeks ago enter tained about 25 of bis friends on Miller's Run with bis performsnce on the violin The man who told us the hig tale of a squirrel he caught, says ho knows a man in Jackson townahio who can tell a much bigger one bout a raccoon that caught doe and ran up a tree with It at the head of Rock Rio, about a quarter of a mile from S'ringtown, and the tree now stands, so John says, at the bead of Jo seph Witten's . Rnn, about 8 or 9 miles from the head ot Rock Bun. How about it, Henry? S. A. Kefgley's bnegy broke down on Sunday last while on his way to Browns Ville Mr. Keieiey was thrown suddenly to the ground between the horse' feet, but by a qu ck effort be was enabled to escape without much fnjury. : Too funny to -see: That woman trylne to kill a rat with a churn dasher. The rat happened to not be in the churn, but in the flour barret. Yours, Ivr. PROBATE COURT PK0CTOIXB3. July 20. T. L. Twinem, Adm'r of the estate of Thos. C Penn, dee'd ; amount reeeived 1805 37 Paid out 9439 43 balance in Adm'r's hands 8155 94 Valid claims against the estate yet un settled amount to 63.983.82; payments have been made thereon by the Adm r to the amount of $2,026 10. August 1 Wm S. Way was appoin ted Adm'r of the estate of Henry Hall, dee'd. Bond 9100 William English, Harvey Smith and William Miracle were appointed appraisers. An appraisement by K. Forrest and George Haythorn, Adm'r's of the estate ofWm Haythorn, dee'd, was confirmed, and a sale of real estate at private sale ordered. , August 4 A. S. Baker was appoint ed Adm'r de honu no of the estate of Abraham Huffman, dee'd, vice Enoch Martin, the former Adm'r, now deceas ed. Bond $250. August 5. Matthew Moore was ap pointed Guardian of tbe property of Thurman Byers. Bond 91,800. Henry H. Meek was appointed exec utor of the will of Henry Meek, deceas ed. General Stockton, of tbe Grant monn ment committee at Chicago, says tbtt over 930,000 of the fund is now on hand I for a statue io. thai city. LETTER FROM. KANSAS. Eldorado, Ks., August 1, 1885. Ed. Spirit.: As my other letter did not reach . the waste basket I will come again, giving a few items from this part of the world. The Spirit is a welcome visitor at my home in Kansas and is read with much pleasure, as I am always anxious to bear what the people of Monroe are doing. Kansas is going to make, by industri ous farmers and good citizens, Ibe best State in the Union. Her soil is equal to acy in other States and the climate for health is generally good. Farmers are threshing grain and estimate' the oats crop above an average. Wheat, owing to the severe and extreme did winter, was almost a failure. Corn was planted later last spring than usual neverthe less, if from the present no drouth will set in, we will have the largest yield ever produced in Southern Kansas. Lmd is Increasing in value very fast of late years, especially in Butler County, which is the lareest organized county in tbe State of Kansas Eldorado, as I stated in my letter he fore, is the county seat of Butler and a city of 5,000 inhabitants, beautifully lo cated in the Walnut Valley. Her old frame business houses are being rapidly torn down and dubajantial brick build ings taking tbfir place. That shows some of the enterprise our citzns pos sess. Vaqant lots that were barren a few months ago can this day not be seen on account of two-story brick buildings upon tbem. Witbin tbe past year she gsined a population ol 1 500. Compare that witb aome of your eastern villages tbat bave been on a stana sun ior forty odd years. Carnal meet'.ng commence here on the 16 h of August, lasting twelve days. -The officers of tbe Butler County Ag ricultnral Society are making efforts to make the County Fair a grand success, which will be held in September Farmers in cultivating their land used to break np the soil from two to four inches deep, but now bave come to the conclusion tbat by plowing deeper It will produce better crops They are getting the idea tbat the old-fashioned way is the best. The land is not so flat tbat it will bave to be drained, but It is all rolling land No swampy places will you find in Butler County. The Indians and Cheyenne s tried to make a raid through Kansas a short time ago, but they did not come into the State very far, as tbe Governor ordered the mliitia companies out to protect tbe Bet tiers and shoot down the Indians if they ventured to come one step farther. Tbe weather has been ix remely wsrm for tbe last few weeks The merenry stood at from 100 to 108 in the shade, while the evenings are always cool and pleasant, which makes it comfortable for a good night's rest I bave observed since my stay in Kan sas that the people have more life about them, more energy and enterprise, than tbe greater portion of the people living in the dark hills of Monroe. I presume a great many are by this tims ready to come to tbis State, and to those I would say the sooner you come tbe better foi you. Yours, G A TVonderiul Discovery. Consumptives and all, who suffer from anj affection of tbe Throat and Lungs, cn find a certain cure in Dr. King's Nfw Discovery (or Consumption. Thou sands of permanent cures verify the truth of tbis . statement. No medicine can show such a record of wonderful cures. Thousands of once hopeless suf ferers now gratefullv proclaim they owe their lives to tbis New Discovery.- It will coet you nothing to give it a trial. Free Trial Bottles at R. W. Pope's Ding Store. Lrge size, 81.00. Democrats Win North and Sedtu. Portsmouth, N. H , August 4 Tbe Democrais swept the city at tbe munici pal election to day, carrying everv ward and electing every citv officer. Mayor elect Eldredge has 601 majority. L uisville, Kt , Aug. 4 All the leg islative candidates of the Citizens' League were defeated in this city yester day. The League was' a reform organi zation composed of men of both parties, but owing to unfortunate selections of candidates it met a decisive defeat. Tate (Dem.), for State Treasurer, is elected by a good majority, but a light vote was Dolled all over the State Tbe ConsU tutionsl Convention was defeated. Grant. As General Grant passed slowly down to the grave, be cnld not help taking notice of the events going on in the pol itics of the country and tbe ousting of his party from power, and yet we heard not one word that would indicate to a" he felt there was anything but a great future for tbe country. General Grant was a true Republican, elected as such, and administered the office as such, but no such words of dismay and alarm as many political pretenders expressed, ai seeing the Democrats come into power, escaped his lips. Colunibut Time$ Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Ths Bkst 8alv in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, anl positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is gu ranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by R. W. Pops. . tWTbe wool question is liXelf to take an important part in the Ohio cam paign Manufacturers bave for a long time been importing wool without pay ing the required amount of duty. The wool growers are complaining because of the bad condition of affairs, The law and its manner of enforcement a're due to a Republican Congress and a Re publican Administration. Ohio Rep ah lican leaders have been all along favor ing the manufacturers. Wool growers are tired of such dolnos and will snk redress at tbe polls Wheeling Remitter. "WTxin Bafcy ira rick, jmre W Castori, ' VThtn ih wm Chfld, ihe cried for Cutorift, Whan tho became Kiu, the along to Caatarla, , When th hd CUldiea, lo gvr tham Cwtodk, Indian Duplicity Exposed. Washington, Aug. 4 By Indian In spector Armstrong's census of tbe Cbey eones and Arapahoes, the population ol those tribes was found to be 2,167 and 1,207 respectively. They bad been drawing rations for ten years for 8,769 and 2.198 members respectively. Tbe saving in beef and flour alone by the new census is 810500 a year. COOPER & CONARD'S A Jauul of H. Llteratm mtti FuhlM. Vtiptv rr.Tl 1 flTTTAVf Tk tr none uuntm mi FASHION A ikah. A n H111U1I tkaWoHdl Ar wadlac tout MONTHLY. in u .oo wui reeaWe fret. , fr V VFM CON ABI, IHa w4 Markcl, fhlMa. -or is now in progross. 'Also Lave a large lot of Fire and Ten Cent Novelties, With Gla88War and Tinware. BARGAINS IN ORDER NOW. TSo Regard, to Cost. Sell Wo IVCust. purchasing power lour cash now has large at oar store. Com. MORRIS & ARTXSTRONG. june30,'85. GRANT'S BIRTH PLACE SOLD. A New York Man Buys the Ohio Los Cabiu. Cincinnati, Aug. 1. The little log cabin at Point Pleasant, Obio, tbat shel tered Mrs. Jpsne Grant at the time of the birth of Gen. TJ- S. Grant, was dis posed of tbis morning by M. Hirsch, the owner, o a New York syndicate for 97,000, and it is presumable that tbe building itself will be shipped, intsct at a very early period, to thai city. Burr Blair, on change to day says: "Fifteen months ago I could bave bought the whole concern, land included, from Mike Hirsch, for 8300, and now I believe I would be willing to pay 910,000 for the building." Capt. Morgan, of the steam er Tacoma, said that Hirsch has bad a good many bids for the property of late, hut tbe telegram he received from New York tbis morning settled him. It i understood tbat James Coogan, a lead ing furniture dealer of New York, it the party who, in future, will own tbe prop erty. Rewarded by President Cleveland. Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 4. President Cleveland has sent a gold wi tch and gold medal to Capt Clements and Mate Wyman, of Yarmouth, N. S , for their services in rescuing tbe crew of tbe wrecked American schooner Sarah Louise. The President of the United States has also awarded a gold medal to Aisne Anstpato, an Indian cbief of British Co lumbia, who rendered valuable services in recovering tbe bodies of the crew of the wrecked American ship Melville in October, 1882. The Indians performed the last sad rites over the bodies tbat were washed ashore, wrapping tbem in the best material that their dwelling af forded and burving them. For this kind ly act tbe American Government sent the Indians 9200 in recognition of their humanity. As a further evidence of gratitude President Cleveland now sends the chief tbe gold medal Eitrad tiou papcis bave been gran'ed in the case of defaulting rostmsnter Hebbs ot Lewistown, Idaho, now io Vict o i la, B. C. General Franz Siegel, "mif whom the Get mans used to fight, has been appoint ed to a 83 500 position in the county clerk's office in N iw York. Beware of Frauds. Be sure you get the genuine Dr. Thomas' EclectricOit It cures Colds, Cruup, Asthma, Deafness rand rheumatism. El Mabdi. Gordon. Oliver Paine and Oman Digna are all dead. Only Wol- selev remains of the great beads of the Soudan campaign. Purify your blood.tone up the system, and regulate tbe digestive orgens by la king Hood's Sarsaparilla bold by all druggists.. General Joseph E. Johnston came all tbe way from Portland, Oregon, to aot as pall-bearer at tbe funeral of Qenerai Grant. Tbe East Obio Coherence which con venes at BarnebVille ibis year, bas s membership of 250 preachers. The meetings will be presided over by Bishop rostei. NEW LOCALS. BTUAYED. From the aubsciber, abcut the middle of July, a red heifer weighing a bom 7UU pounds. Liberal reward lor In Tor mation leading to ber rpcoverv, CHARLES YOSS, . Woodsfield, Ohio. And three acres of good land, witbin tbe corporation of Woodsfield, for sale. Is well improved. Inquire at tbis office. July 21, 185. Co rare and purchase a Clipper Mowing Machine No. 4. Try it and it 1' dors not give satlafantion I will take it back. L P. NEUHART, Woodsfield. OMo. WBuy the light running and best New Home sewing machine at U. . HARLA.N8 GOTO JOHN BURKHAKT'S For your Boots, Shoks and Soli LiATHia. novl8,'81y. MEA.T MXUET. Fresh meat every day. Bologna, Sau sage's. Bacon and Lard. sprl4,'85. CHARLES YOSS. isy 12 Champion Mowers and Reapers for sale at cost. Must be oM at once GEO. H WEISEND, mayl9,'8S. Woodsfield, Obio. MRS. JACOB BURKHART VOODSPIELD, O., Has opened a dress making cutting and fitting room In tbe Williams property and is prepared to accommodate tbe la dies of Woodsfield and Monroe Connty on short notice. Aprill4,'85m6. ENTIRE STOCK SELLING AT COST. Xj. 3Z033IT3?'3lA33rt- tSrGall at Thk SP1E1T office for Job print ing from a visiting card up to a full sheet po ter. Letter heads, buaineta oard on envelopes, statement and bill beads printed ta short notice. Rheumatism It U an established fact that Hood's Sar . saparilla has proven an Invaluable remedy hi many severe cases of rheumaUsnij effect ing remarkable cares by Its powerful action In correcting the acidity of the Wood, which Is the cause of the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. It is certainly fair to assume that What Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for others it will do for you. Therefore, if you suffer the pains and aches Of rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair trial. " A Positive Core. "I Was troubled very much with rheuma tism in my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and tta confined to my tied a good deal of tbe time. Being rec ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla as one of the best blood purifiers In the world." W. t. Wood, Bloohiington, 111. For Twenty Years 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 1883 1 found no relief, but grew worse. 1 then began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and It did ' me more good than all the other medicine I eVerhadV' H. T. Balcom, Shirley. Mass. "I suffered from what the doctors called muscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar saparilla and am entirely cured." J. V. A. PnouBFOoT, letter carrier, Chicago, III. We shall be glad to send, free of charge, to all who may desire, abook containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by aU druptglsts. $1 i six for $3. Made only byCL HOOD & CO, Imell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. - Jane 23, 185 38w. CARTER'S . I flVER .J$ fiick Headache aad relieve all the tronMrg Inci dent to a biliooi Uta of the rsu-m, uch Dl. sine, Huuea, Drowainran, bistro after cattor. fain in the Side, Ac While their moat xcmaife. ablt iUCCau has bcax ahowa in cniing Haefce,ytfartcr'aTJttle Liver Pillsafeeqaariy Valuable in Constipation, caring aud preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of tha stomach, sthnnkUe tha liref smd regulate the bowels. Kreaif thcyoaJyawaA Ache fhey would bealmostprioclca to to?e Who atfor from this distressing complaint; but fortu nately their goodneaa does not end here, and tboe who once try them will find these little clils valu able in so manvways that they willnot be willing to d without them. But after all lick head ! t Viebane of so many lire that here la where ws make our great boast. Our pills Core at while ethers do not Carter's Little JJvcr Mia are very small and very easy to take, Oneoriwopilleiriakeadose, They are atrictly vepctable and do not gripe ot purge, but by their gentle action please all who use them. In vialastits cents; five fortL Boltl by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER JEEDICIXE CO., New York, aep3t),,S4T. .. The to men elected as Vice-Preei dents on tbe ticket with General Grant Colfax of Indiana and WiNon of Ma aacbu8e8 are both dead. Several of his cabinet mil inters have preceded him to the silent land Judge Dickey, o: the supreme court of Illinois, who was Grant's chief of cavalry at Sniloh, died Isat week at Atlantic City.' Grant a old aomradea and friends are faal passing away. COMMERCIAL. GROCER f MARKET, OOBBBOTID WBf Kit 8T V. BCHI'WaflviB. IB & BKO Monday, Augnst 10, 188&. Flour, per bbl, oboloe $5 SO - sack 70 Wheat, per bushel, near ..... ... .$1 00 Oats, per bushel, 45 Cornmeal, per bushel 70 Buckwheat flour, per lb. ...... ...... 8 Coffee, green, choice per lb fancy roasted, Arbockles per lb ..... Sugars, granulated, standard, per lb... powdered, pure, ... A standard " .. Yellow, choice, . . 12 15 IS 10 IS 8 7 80 7 00 50 10 1 Holasses, Borghnm " Orleans Syrup, pure sugar, per gallon ... mixed, .... Rice, Carolina choice head, per lb broker, CaHNBt) GOODS. Peaches - finest No 3 ....... 25 50 m 12J 12J 12J 15 13 10 oo 80 good No 3 pie No 8 Tomatoes Qneen No 3.. Beefsteak No i Baker's No 3 Corn Winalow No 2 ........ MS Bakers No 2.. Apples, oholoe No b... Hominy, per lb. . Te Finest per lb ........... oholoe , pBODOCa. BDT1RO, Baoon Hog round.pcr lb ... . 7 Hams " .8 Side " 8 Shoulder .... Butter par lb. 10 Eggs per doleu.. 9 Green Apples per bushel.... ..40 Beans, navy, per b 2 J Dried peaches " 8 Dried apples " .. 3 Potatoes per bdshfla t 65 Onions per bushel 40 SBIiLIBO 8 10 7 12 . 10 BO .3 10 4 70 60 Wouaell stock. Market, v Augnst 1ft Cat.k 3a4e per pound ; bheep 3aio per pound. Hogs da4o pei pound gross. ' . - CIllCMgO. Aug. 7. Flour 4 20a5 75; Wheat 88 j, Corn 47c, Oata 26c; Bye 58 o. New fork. Aug. 7 Flour 3 45a5 20; Wheat 90a 100c; Corn 54c, Oats 36i43c. Cincinnati. . Aug 7. Flour 4 25s4 75; Wheat 95c; Corn 43c; Oats 23c; Bye 61c. Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Ang. 7 Flonr 3 75a 5 60; Wheat 98a98 Corn 65a5?c;Oats 34a37c; Bye 70c. cattleTiarkets, Wheeling: Live stock Market. Wheeling, Angust 8, 1885 . Tbe market as a general thing rules fair this week. Full enpply of common cattle good cattle scarce. Messrs. Hud son & Bayba famished the following quotations t Cattle Extra, 1,000 to 1,100 lb. cat tie 44a4Jo per lb. ; good, 800 to 900 lbs. 3a4o per lb. ; light, from 600 to 800 lbs., 2a3c per lb. HogsMarket active; 44fo per lb. Sheep Dull 2i3c per lb. Lambs Good, market firm; 3i4c. Calves 3 OOad 00, per head. ' - - . r-r : . - - .-.). OHIO NOTES. At Delaware F. Grumpy fell down a flight of stairs and broki las neck. Tbe Cuyahoga Falls rolling-mill bas been purchased by several skilled work men, and will be started up soon. At New Madison, a man and hnr-e were prostrated at once by heat . The horse died, but the man is still aliv. A tramp, giving the name of Gorge Dalla, was arrested at Silney and proved to be the murder of Henry Heiaer A daughter of Joseplius Marlott war truck by lightning an iistanlly killid while standing under a tree near Cam bridge, Ruben Albright, a graduate rf O no Wrs'evan university and a evident (or some time in Geiauny, suicided at Dtla ware. Mayor Gilleple of Zinesville has or dered tbe entire oolici force on dutt Sundays, to enforce , Jin ol rvance ol the Sunday ordinances ' Hon. Ralph Leete. well known as a lawyer and Democratic politician. Ml down stairs at Ironton. Tuesday, an'l seriously injured himself. In a ealoon row 'at Oxford, Jacob Berry, a bar-t'nder, was stiuck on tb1 head with a beer glnes by Charles Horn monn. Berry s skull wa fractured. The report that the valuable collrc lion of paintings of Hon John W Book waiter of SprinzHeld had been ruined by heat and moisture is denied. C. R. C. Dye, a prominent dealer and breeder ol cattle at Troy, had a lesr hro. ken in two places and was severely brnis ed by an enraged Jersey bull.. EV O. Kirshner of Springfield who forged notes n various parties in tbat city and then' emigrated to Canada, U about to return in change of a detect ve The Democrats in tbe distrct com posed of Muskingum, Perry, Licking and Dataware counties hav nominated John O Ncill and Dr. Elwin Sl.initi for state senators. Twelve hundred miners in the Ma.- eillion district, Tuscarawas valley, bavr refused to accptlbe reduo'ion demanded by the operators, and a general strike is expected. -The commissioner of internal revenue has rrjrctcd the offered compromise in the case of Maddux, Hobarl & Co., o Cincinnati, who are charged with the uje f fradulent barrels. Mrs. Reeves, living on a. farm nea- Mechanic8bnrg, was attacked by two strange negroes, and only saved heisell by bard fighting and running, having tb( ciotbes almost torn from ber body. John G. Stewart, a prominer t busi ness man ot uosnocton, cited Dloniiat after a long and paintul illness. He war a member of the Obio delegation to lu Charleston (S C ) convention of 18B0. Ben Coleman, a young colored man from Cincinnati, was married in Cbirat-o to an eihteen-ytar-old Irish girl hv tbe name of Kite Collins The f iter threat ens to shoot both tbe girl and ber dusky husband. At the Lebanon Normal echool eta- mencemeut Mis Emma Darley delivered! tne aiomnai oration, eunj' ct, utevoiu. tion of tbe Ideal Of Home He," after which she was banded a telegram an nouncing the death of her ft her. ' Noah Smith, a wealthy (armer of Fa v. f tte county, met Frank Brown, a former employe, who bad slandered Smith'; wi'e, at Washington C. H and struct' him on the bead .wi'h a heavy weighi. inflicting: what is supposed to be a lata! wound. . " Tbf--S49ita1vFareU cotnt.monthh livestock sales took place at Washington C-H Tuesday a large attendance. Prices were s little below last month.the best cattle selling for 6 cents per found acd the poorest for 2 cents. The sal s were, 87 yearlings. 153. two-yeer.olfls, 30 three-year olds, 30 cows and 1 bull; total 301 bead. Forty-cine head ol horses sola at an average oi zizo per head. . 1MPRES3IVM SCENES. The Enmities of tlio War ForerortM -Sheridan and Gordon Bbake Hands New Y bk, August 7 It looked like old war times at tbe hotel in the citj last nizut. in mci it looKea ime war times a I over the city Great crowds o etrano(rs arrived on every train and boat. Ic anticipation of Siuidav'a funeral pa geant- But it waB In the hotel lolibi-1 that tbe most extraordinary assemblage? gathered, and friends of 20 years asjo who were made enemies by the war shook hands and made it all np. Some of .the scenes between the soldiers of tb North and S nth were bearistirri"?, end there were gronptng of grand old figure on all sides. In the midt of such a scene stoo l Geo . Pbil Sherinan Suddenly a rd faced man advanced, leading G' d John B. Gordon, of Georgia, toward the Ui" Ion soldier. Then be introduced Itu-m and the two old warriers se B -d hand with a firm grip and looked each other fiir in the eyes, iben their banns trem bled, but they did not release the triendh grasp, hut stood there locking ai each o1 her, with spark lingJfcyes. General Belknau. tbe tx-St cretary ol War came np with Gen. Curtis, the one-eyed en queror i f Fort Fisher, and formed pari or the croup. It as a pxture worthy f a great painter, as tbe Southern Gen eral, tall, black-eyed, long haired and scarred, preespd the hand of the famous soldier of the N nb. . 'This Is bow the aolditrs of Hie N rth and South met t- -day," said G neral Cunis. ".God firant that it if ..only, an emblem of hat is coming.to the whole country." ' - , , JJeffro Mollio Magulres. Mkmpdis, Tenn., August 6. No. 12 Dean Avenue, the residence of R-v It. N. Countee," colored, pastor of the Tab ernacle Baptist Church, and manager of tbe Living Way, was suddenly 6Hrroun ded yesterday by about 200 masked ne groes, who fired volley after valley o bullets into the building. Loud calls were made for Mr Conntee, but he fail ed to appear ' The negro porter fired bis pistol at the mob, and managed to escape. Countee has been s member ol one of tbe secret .societies, but resigned and began denouncing tbem. Tbe mem ben of the society take an oath not to' divulge Ihe secrets on penalty of having their scalps removed and their brains ex posed to tbe ere of the eoorchinfj sun Countee is said to have made himself liable to this rule. , Hall's Catarrh Cure nc'.a directly upon the blood, and is thev.nly scientific cure in the market. Price 75 centa. Sold by R. W. Pope. . It is true ot newspapers as well as of churches that those who contribute the least t6 their rupport, criticize and find (he most fault witb their management. Est. : In accordance with an act of Jte. Leg lalatnre prohibiting the employment of boys under 12 years of age in the coal breakers and under ' 14 In the mines, about 500 bovs will he discharged from tbe coliUrUs in the vicinity of SbamokinJ Pa." ' . HcMonagla & Rogers' JIDDliETGVJ?.I.Y.V j Extract of Vanilla, in the purify lis , which weofler it, liaa 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 aud satisfy yourself. Juue23,'S5iti. . V ealer in General Hardware, Full Stock ot to Window Gltuta, VX- SHELF GOODS, ty, Doors, Sash. and . . KFlane. Pumps, Til In iicaTF iiaru-r tl" injr, FronU and ........ , . n . KQ'ates, Axes, Guns, Plows, Mowers, n -r Tx v Amtmition. Fishing' JJoapers, Horse Hay; . ...... Jakes, Horse Hays S-Taokle, Bar Iron, Forks and Carriers.fc rj Wagjom Skeina,Barb Grain Drills, Corn jjr c ed FenceWire.Jfope, Drille,Coni Shollors rr Dvnamit) for Blast- Feed Cnttersi Farm.- ,2, ' . Mm Bella, -Stoves and 5 J-" , . . O P rnrk . &c , Beat Tinwar. J3 EC rbnaphHte. 1 ow Xrices all Timos. GHEftSEY'S Stomach 0 Liver Thegulatori CURES COKSTIPATIO. . Torpid Ll-w,Inrllrptlon,Hertbuni, Malaria, BbeuroKUnm, I'ldplt ,tlun ol the Heart when arUlngfrnmliidipesliouord -ranged condition ollie atpmMcb, Bte Ucadacno or aiirrala, rint and Keniulo cm plaints. Xbe only msxl. Jclne In the orld that Positively cures Conatlpattoau a?rte, fi.oo per bottle j e bottles, icoo awiD roKciucULaRs, fkiib. P.l. OHEKY A CO., Prop'rs, TOLEDO.. R. W. POPE, Agsnt, Woodafiidt Ohio Ootober 14, 1884 It. j SCHOFULA Usually develops In early life, and la a peculiar morbid con dition of the system, usually affecting: the glands, often re sulting1 in swellings, enlarged joints, abscesses, thickening; ' of the lips, enlarged neck, sore eyes. A scrofulous condition is often hereditary, hut had diet, too free use or fat meats had 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. the lungs,' scrofula of the spleen, scrofula of the kidneys, and scrofula of the bones. BUR DOCK BLOOD BITTERS will driVb away any case of scrofula and not to appear In another Elace, for their action on the -lood and bowels will carry the disease entirely from the body. nov25,84T. , paod herbs In doctoring the family, an her aimpla remedies DID CURB i Biost caaes. Without the use of harba. medioal aoience would b powerless, svnd yet tbe tendency of ths times ta to n.n!iu.t IK. Ka. nf.lf.. .1 ; r 1 powerful medioiaea tbat aorioualj ttv u. Mia oavoui. q I C S m B I m I r . i Mil Kan U-a TTE I. . AAml.ln.ll.. f H.t-.V1. , . id.wuiuijjruvuui YMusoio uerpa, usj p. ' fully compounded from the formula of a regular Physician, who uaed this pr cription largely in bis private practic With ereat auccesa. It ia not a drink,bul' avmedioin used by many physiciana.' Mi-It in invQluobia for DYSpEt'SlIL JilDNET and LIVER COM i LAI NTS, JfEHrOCS EXHAUSTION, WEAK' SESS, INDIGESTION, .Co.; and Wbils) curing will not hurt the system. Mr. & J. Knodos, a weU-knowa tros man of Safe Baibof, Pa., writes : My aon Vu completely vrrrtrstrd by frm an4 aame. OiilDlne and borks rlirl blra no trooi I tben srat f Ml'blur B erb Bittejs sad la aTaketi tima tba boy was quite well." "E. A. BcbeUentrager, Sntcglst, Tit Bt Clair Strest, Cleveland. O., writes: Vrmr Bittrs.I ran aar.and do say. ara pre en dpU by sorue of tbe oloMtaad most LroiiiUie&s piirsicianaiD out city." HISHLEB HSBD BITTEB8 CO 625 Commerce Bt Philadelphia. ;' Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Nevsr Jalai sepJ3,'84v. irarjUNITYfromANNOYANCE fnrleonlv Affli finfst An1 ttlafV f ty or Ulusa for v ilhatauUin g beat. Every pood thins is Counter felted, and consumers are CAU TIONED against IMITATIONS of these CL'tnneyu made of VERY POOR GLASS. See that the exact ' label la on each chimney aa above. The Pearl Top is always clear and bright Glass. Hnnnfnrtnr-d OXH" y GEO. A. Ea&CBETh A CO. Plttabnrgh Load (iliua Works). POR flALB BY DEALERS. tav6o&iu(i. uvu uTsrr- j la k ( Pat. Q2t 33th. 1332. I