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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
HENRY It,. WEST, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "A onUm of bearta, a union of handaj A anion of States none may sever; A onion of lakes, a union of lands, And (ho Flab up our Union Fokbteb.' TUESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1SS5. .jii,wunAiiu vnuwia liuivci. IStb, ul 9th Senatorial Dlstriot. '., '-' Vv! . - For Senators, ' How. GEO. W. CRITE3, of Tuscarawas Countj, . .. - -i . .- Hon. WM. LAWRENCE, , , vv' Gusrasey County. , lenocratic . County Ticket. . l. -r- Fot .KeprtMotatlTVi 1 , HENRY LYONS, ; .. ASHER OKEY, :t ; i .V " ''; Auditory . ' . t ' 'henry r. Siuuleman. X ; Treasurer, -.. ' CYRUS E. MILLER. ., , Sheriff. , LOUIS 8ULSBERGER, Commissioner, . ALEXANDER BARMAN. Inflrmrary Director, FREDERICK 810EHR, Coroner, ' "WILLIAM WRIGHT. tnunmiiMifl ntmnfin "svniri?s . Draoctunc ' S'ate Convention this week, tbe 19 h anrl 20th. ' Botb, g ready 10 pall vooi coats for " tbe campaign this Fall. We mus t glte pthe titkei 2,000 majority ia "Old Moo. toe.". .; . . t Maxwcll. tbe alleged murderer of Arthcb Pbelleb at St. Loala, was Droe'bt back from New Zealand last " week, ."" '' . ; ". ,' ' ' Tbe Bo ach' cruisers are to be finished hrier the saperTisron ot the Govern. ,, ent. i ne woncmausnip wui oe orst class, as it should he.1 t EaaLARO was soundly whipped oat of . tbe Soudan by the Arabs, but tbe House rf Lords and Commons, on the 12th inst , fterl thanks to tbe army and nary f 1or their services in Egypt. Cheap white wash. . . . 'j , A leading- Republican paper says: Tbere are unmistakable signs of an im- provement ia bnsjness." The rat-papers, Ilka the Gnernser Times, orates tbal tir iadsatnea are stagnan'. and employ .vent is not to be bad. , Tbe Uew York World is entitled to tbt thBks of tbe American people Ltst ...V (t..n.i. IdhIu BinO (Wl Inr I the Statue ot , Liberty, were crowned with ssccess- The total amonnt sahscribed was Ildi006:39 by 120.000 people. The New York . Saw pays Alum G 'Tbtjr3San tbe following Jtut and sincere enmpliaeot : "There is one nan who bas steadily tisen in the affection and admiration of the American people, He holds no of fice and Is not trying to get any.' His asms is Alien G.Thitbm an, and be lives a a private citizen in tbe State of Ohio. PeoDla Sometimes call him tbe 'Old Bo- man,' bat tbst is a mere figure of speech. ' He fa an American through and through . Five American steamship companies Esesatly rsfased o earry foreign mails at (be price offerel by tbe Government The Postmaster General immediately ar . yssted for avorft frtnnent and speedier service- - The companies, beaten at their old subsidy game,, are oat in a card in 'which they' try to oabe lt appear that they nave neen Datty treated, au mat tbe public bas to say in reply ia, that the Republican , party ' is out sad subsidy swindling for corporations ceased when tbat party tjsrped tap Jts toes. ; . Dlficrence. Written. Ty D. D. Tatlob, of the Guernsey Timet, who soldiered in Ohio " . I V - ';LoyalTv implies more tban asenti- anent It implies an ooiienee oi law, a fealty to established authority. ' There can never be . an permanent harmony between tbe north and south so long as the soutb permits tbe constitution or tbe Jaws of the nation to be oisrezsniea - Written by Capt. R. C McEib wnit of Ibe New Martinsville (W. Va ) Dtm octal, who was in the Confederate ser vice throughout tbe war : The great Inneral is over, and wha rfmalna of Ureal la bistorv. tiapov in deed ia this nation if it never forgets the linn f hie life ' In this century we sbaU never know another Grant, bat let thorn Tnn manv like him. to bold tbe ereal principle of oar national unity dearer than all else on eartn." Every Northern soldier and citizen will entertain tbe highest respect for brave Southern men like uapt. ajccl ownet, while no other feelings than those of contempt can be entertained for such blatant atay-at-bomes as D. D. Tai aoa -:-. '' : - vw ocn. oorrton sy-ithe war is iOver-- Ill KtAFV AT llannAib'a hlnanial I v on an en yw 0 nj lsvvsv Courtesy. Saratoga, August 10 The moat no ticeable i fleet of the ceremonies of tbe Grant funeral is the good feeling between North and South. The Southern men appear to feel especially happy over it I bsw Gen John B. Gordon, one of tbe most celebrated and brilliantly dating oi the Generals of tbe Confederacy, last night. He could not talk about bis re ception in New York rwithout a suspi cious moisture in bis eyrs or a quaver In his manlv voice. Said he: "It can be said of Grant that be did more for his country in dying than ever be did in his most eventful life. It is an anomaly in history. The man upon either side who says tbe war is not over now is simpt a fool. When the great leader of the U ion armies goes to his grave, at peace with all, and receiving from the South the same tribu'e of respect as from the North, it is enough to fl'.l tbe heart of every true patriot with happiness,", . . Gen- Gordon related an incident of his exerience in New York which. appeared to have touched him very deeply. , He waa complimented in the first place hv bring invited to act as aide upon Gen Hancock's staff. When be called to re port for. duty be waa handed an order which directed staff flUcers to take their positions in the line according to their rank Gen. Gordon was embarrassed when be read this. 1 He had held one of the ' highest of offices in tbe Confederete army, but. under the existing order of tulncs be bad no isntr. . b pe so ven the vexed question of bis positttfa by gr fog" modestly ' to the entf.c tn.eXi'nV Iw low every one of the regular. rtB,V'wffBr cers down to the trnmb'Sflt.' BirtM was not permitted to remain there- An aide rem Gen. Hancock came galloping up and directed Gen Gordon as the ranking officer fo take bis position at tbe bead ot the aa'f next to Hancock himself. This recognition ' of his old grade deeply touched Gen; Gordon, not that be caed anything for the position itself. He is too much of a man of the world to tie moved- about trifles, hat the spirit tt corjrtesv and friendliness that dictated he offer stirred his chivalrous nature to its fullest depths Again at the torch Geo. Gtordon fell back, deciding to yield the place to some of Gen. Hocock's regular military associates.. Bat even then be was foiled in his attempt by the watchful courtesy of Gen. Hancock. Word came oiickly tn Gen. Gordon that he was out of politico and he was di rected to move op abuva Gen. Roijer Jones and hold bis place until the close of tbe ceremony. $600,000,000 AT STAKE. ; . La Tin; Clnlm to Harlem Common, Including the Siteot Oeu, . Grant's Tomb. ;r PiTTfBOsoa i August 10 On Tbors- day next tbe Rev. W. R. Coovert, pastor of tbe Church of God, Townsend street, accompanied by Mr. S N. Arnold, real estate sgent will leave for New York to eitallsh a claim to Harlem Commons. in. cludlng that part of Riverside Park in which Gen. Grant's tomb is located. ' O' tbe Coovert family there are about s hundred, and if , lbs claim is proved tQ60.0C0.000 will , be divided smonz them Mr. .Coovert has a transcript ta ken from the documents on file In. the Stsle Capitol in Albsny. This tranter shows that John D. Love!, John Ver v len. Dsn Tnrnenr, Joost Olene, and Resolve Waldron patented 10,000 aorM or iana in ine owb oi ruriem, h j under patent . made by Gov.-. Richard Nicholas, My 166S - Trie patent w.m remade. on October, 11, 1667. and rea'- firmed to tbera their beita and aligns Hv Got.' Thomas Donegan on March 23. 1686. Then tbe. title passed to Waldron'; tfterwarrl to a man named WilliamS.then to tbe Van Rind's, and tbe last named: patentee is Luke Coovert ? Luks Coovert had a son, Jasper Coo vert. Thomas Coovert was a son of the lattr, and tbe Rev. Mr Coovert say tbst Thomas Coovert was the father of bis fa ber, Joseph Coovert, who is now living in Mercer County. The Rev. Mr Convert further - says that, as far as can be learned, Luke Convert never disposed ot this property, but leased it for D9 vesrs, which runs out soon. Attorneys have oflered to take the case subject to a contingent tee, and Gen. Butler, It i said, has guaranteed to win it for f)5, COO. - Extraordinary AXeans Adopted to - Sustain a Lejral Argument. . ; Galveston, Texas, Auauv H.ln a suit at Longview John W. Duncan, one, of the attorneys in tbe case, vehemently argued that no value or reliance could he placed npon petitions promiscuously signed hv citizens. Opposing counsel refuted D inctn's argument scathingly and characterized it aa absnrd and idiot ic. The Court and the Jury were also against Duncan. They believed that pe titions in any cause, if signed by go6d men, were entitled to respectful cooekle ration. Chagiiced and defeated, hnt not con vinced that he was wrong, Duncao qui etly went to work to prove that a petition was of no vi'ue. HU ingenious rial was rewarded yesterday, when in open court tie read a solemn petition praying that the conrt would hang tbeir fellow towns man Luke Howard, who it one of the most respectable an 1 enterprising clti Z'ns of the place. D-mcn displayed the names of all; tbe county olSuera and of fifty business men signed to this, lodj croos petition. r-n- Atnong the sigQers were tbe brother- in-law. an J father in-law of. IJoward. Er iy slgnatnre'was proven to be genw ine and last night it was conceded that Lawyer Duncan bad proved bis argu ment y FriJav afternoon about 4 o'clock there occured at Ben wood a very btrange and aad cane of suicide. Joseph Johns, a retired mill man, who also was a rope maker, aged 63 years, hung himself in bis barn on a rope said to have - been made by himselt in .Wheeling several years ago He was not mised for some time, and when found by a member o' his family was col 1 in death N cuse is assigned f r the rash act, but it is supprs'd that he was labor ng under a temporary fit of insanity. He leaves a large family in moderate circumstances. We are it f rmed ibt,t his f tther put an end to his life the same way a num ber of years ago.. He is also said to have made the rope on wbtci Tom Carr wss'hnng, at St. Clairsville. Bella ire Tribune. Thousands Say So. Mr. T. W. Atk ns. Girard, Ktn., wiltes: "I never hesitate to recommend your Electric Bitters to my customers, they give entire satisfaction and are rapid sellers " Electric Bitters are tbe purest and best medicine known and will positively care Kidney and Liver com plaints. Purify the blood and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to -be without them. They will save hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by B, W. Pope. Another Notice To Land Grabbers. Tbe President Orderlnj? the Re moval ot Fences Irvm the Public Lands. ' Wahikoton, Auij. 10. The Presi dent to-ctsv ineued a pruclaraation order int.' the removal ot lences from tbe pub lic lands. Tbe proclamation reada as follows: Whereas, public policy demands that the pub'ic domain shall be reserved lor the occupancy of actual settlers in go id faith, and that our people who seek homes upon such domain shall in no wise he prevented by any wrongful w er'erence from the s:Ti and free cnt thereon to v. I icd they may be entitled: And whereas, to secure and maintain thia beneficent policy, a sta'nte was pa-s ed by the Cngress of the United Slates on the 2o b day tf February, in the year 1885, which declared to be unlaw nl all enclosures of public lands in any State or Territory, to any of which land included within said end -sure the per son pirtv, association, or corporation making or controlling such enclosure bad no cUim or color of title made or acquired in good laitb, or an asserted lig'it thereto by or under clim made in good f.tilh with a view to entry thereof at the proper land oiB:e: and which sta'ute also prohibited any person, by forcu, threats, intimidation, or by any fencing or inclosnre cr other unlaw ul means, from preven'ing or obstructing any person from peaceably entering upon or establishing a settlement or re?i lenoe on any tract of public land ubjct. to settlement or entry under the public land Haws of the U-iitd States, and from pre yenting or obstructing free passage and transit over or through 'the public lands : And whereas it is by the tifth eection of said act provided as :f llos: "That tbe President is hereby autborzel to take such means as shall be necessary to remove and destroy any unlawful ' en closure of any of sai 1 lands, and to em ploy civil or military force as may be nece.'Btry for that purpose. And whereas, it bas been brought to mv knowledge that by unlawful enclos ures and such as are prohibited by the terms -of the aforessil statute, exist upon he pubtio domain, and that actual legal settlement thereon is prevented and obstructed by such enclosures and by force, threats, an t intimidation: N w, therefor.-, 1, Gmvcr Cleveland. President of the United Stales, do hereby order and direct that an and every un lawful enclosure of the public lands, maintained by any person, assocU'ion, or corporation, ha immediately removed ; and I do hereby forbid any person, as sociation, or corporation from prevent ing or obstructing by means of such en- clo-ures, or hv foice, threats, or intimi- lation, any person entitled thereto from peaceably entering upon and establish Ing a settlement or n silence on sny part of such public land which is snb Jjct to entry and settlement under the laws of trie. United States. And I command and require each and every officer of the- Ulited Ststes upon whom tbe doty is legally devolved to cause tbii order to be obeyed, and all tbe provisions of the act of Congress herein mentioned to be fiith'Ully en forced. IPO Lashes Given by the VigrUantes. Parkcr'BOko. V7. Va.. Aug, 15. Te organinii m i f vigilantes known as tbe Red Men yesterday made an example of Elmore Creel, at G reeve s Run, Wirt Conntp, because be was crul to bis wife and children The complaint about Ins harsh, treatment of hi wi'e bad become so general that it reached tbe cars f the avergina moh, and at ci lnlght Creel' hpasn was surroandei. Ureei was in bedk A eqnad f the masked men broke into his houie and, overcominir bis struggles, tied his' hands, took him to the yard and gave him a fearful thrash- ng wi'h oowbides and hickory witbes A'ter whipping him thev untied him and let bias go, with tbe warning that an other visit might be looked for if he wa not kloler to bis wi'e. Creel went to Wirt Court House to-day, and swore out warrants for four of his neighbors, who were arrested and gave bail for their their appearance at the mxt term About a hundred lashes were laid on Creel's back. Tbe Resurrection ol tbe Army. Washington, Aug. 10. The recent general army order sending officers back to their regiments after a period of four years on detached duty is provoking much discussion among officers In Wash ington Officers wbo f vot the ordei say ftvoriUm is now ended; tbat officers will not be allowed U remain away Irm tb ir commands ten or fifteen years ; that captains w'io have never seen their com panies will have an opportunity to look at them, and tbat men wbo have been on the frontier for almoet a acore of years will now be permitted to taste tbe sweets of army lifd . "Tbat order," said an officer to day, "means tbe resurrection of the army Partisan Pension Examiners. Washington, Aug. 11. Corneals stotier ot Pensions Black bas been con sidering the case of Pm-ion Examiners who pait'cioated in tbe elec ion in O i last fall. He has concluded that the majority of them merit dismissal for neglect ot duty and offensive partisan, ship . - Those not removed will he trans farted to other States. Tbii step will probably have a wholesome effect on the ex trainers who a e retained in the ser vice The Republicans will have to manage tbe campaign in uato this year without the aid of snikers from the Government departments t Washington arTbe Columbia Times says: Tbe a'atement of PoHmaster-General Vilas makes it plait, that tbe offers, made tbt American steamship comuanis tor car rying the mails were ref iaed because tbe companies were acting io concert in tbe hope of coercing the eovernment into disbursing the 8400,000 appropriation He says tbat be went to the full limit of the law and offered them both sea and inland postage, which was three times as mucb as tbey bsd been receiving, and tnree times wnai ts paid tor the service across the Atlantio If these companies want to act in this manner, they may possibly learn to their sorrow that tbe G overnment can possibly get along without them. Smart Weed and Belladonna combined with the other ingredients used in the best porous plasters nukd Carter's S. W. di B. Backache plasters .he best in be market. Piice 25 cents. Penny Press: And what baa become of Little Joe Taylor, the' feather bed statesman who chewed up tbe blood v shirt in his key-note at tbe Springfield convention? . Can it be tbat he has en tered an aperture and polled it in bf.er him? , Strong drsstrio purees only mske CoLsfrpation worse. Tbat is not the case with Cheney's Stomach and Liver Regulator Its gentle but thorough ac tion tones np tbe nerves and muscles and cures thereby ConstipaUon. Sold by R W. Popo. A TART LETTER. President Cleveland Writes it to a "Slop-Over Politician." New York, Aug 5. A special from Cincinnati sajs: Presi lent Cleveland recently appointed a certain ji!ge, in whose favor very numerously signed pe titions had been filed, lie soon a ler ward recriyed a letter from a person who had signed a petition in favor of tbe appointment. It declared that the appointee was an unfit man for judge: that the community were disgusted with tbe choice and that the writer and others had signed the peti Ion merely o eet rid of the applicant, knowing his unfitness', and never dreaming tbat such a man had any chance for appointment. Tbe Pro dent replied : Washington, Aug. 5. Dear Sir: I have read your letter with amazement and indignation There is hut one ' mitigation to the pe Ody which it discloses, and tbat is found in the fact that you confess your share in it I don't know' whether you are a demo cratwr not, but if you are, the crime which you confess is tbe more unpardon able. The ilea that this administration, pledged to give tbe people better gov ernment and better officers, and engaged In a hand-to-hand fiabt with the bad elements of botb parties should be be trayed by those who ooeht to be worthy of implicit trust, is atrocious, and such treason to the people and to the party ought to be punished by imprisonment Your conression comes too late to be of mmediate use'tt the public senile, and I can only say while this is not the . first time I have been 'deceived by lying and treacherous representations, you are thfe first one that has so frankly owned nt erivoos fiult. . If any orafort is to be extracted f om this assursnce, you are welcome to it. Y-urs truly. Ga- teb Cleveland: ' TUE GREAT LAND GRAB. Some Flarures About - tbe Public Land? Illegally Fenced In by Cat tle Men. . . Washington. Aug. 11. Mr Walker, Acting Commissioner of tbe Land Office, prepared a list to-day of tbe holders ot land who fall within the terms of the President's proclamation. The list, Mr Walker aays, does not indicate .the full ex'ent of illegal fencing. It gives onl) the fenced lands that have been surveyed and tbe illegal occupancy established. He estimates this portion to be not one- tenth ot tbe land actually fenced in and occupied hy corporation. Nearly all tbe public land from the ninety-nintb meri dian to the Rocky Mountains is thus oc cupied, but the department has not had force enough to investigate all tbe com plaints made. This will be done, bow- ever, and tbe lands cleared. The extent of the grab is almost beyond computa tion. . ' The total in Mr. Walker's list is 3,033- 380 acres. The scene of greatest pillage is Colorado, where no less than 2,645, 540 acres' are known to be enclosed. principally in Arapahoe. Bent, El Pjso. Los Angeles, Park, and Pueblo counties. Tbe totals for other Slates and Terri tories sret ' Montana, 124 980; Nebraska. 207,- 280; Neva la, 20,500; Kansas, 24,160; Wyoming, 9,000 ah, 2.100. Among tbe largest holders are tbe Arkansss Land and . Cattle Company of Colorado, 1,000,000 acres, and tbe Prai rie Cattle Company o tbat State, I,0C0- 000 acres. There arevprSvate holdings in tbe same State of 62,700 acres, 40, -1 900 acres: and 200.000 acres. ' One firm hare fenced 90.880 acres in Montana, and another 61 960 acres in Nebraska For years, q lirflne was regarded as tbe only specific f ir malarious diseases: and imroense quantities of the drug were annually consumed throughout our wr s tern country, more particularly along tbe river bottoms and adj uning low lands' Witb the fall mortis ' malaria, in all its varied forms, sta'k like an epidemic through the land, and whole districts are prostrated who cuius ann lever, the en tire population shaking with ague Here of re, qilnine was regularly resorted o; bat, while It f eqoeoUy failed to ef fect a care, if Invariably - deranged the stomach, producing nausea, vertigo and f jzitlve pains in the head to sncb an ex tent that months elapsed ere tbe system recovered t orn its effects. These ob . jections to its use were so marked, thai tne introduction of Mishler s Herb Bit fers wss hailed as a triumph io me 'icine. Infinitely more ceitain in its beneficial effects than quinine, it possesses none of tbe dements of that drag. Instead of nauseating, it tones snd. invigorates the stomach, and whie speedily expel ling the noxious humors, increases the appetite and facilitates diges'ion, tbuj rendering the system stronger and better flited to resist tbe attacks of disease In f'Ct, a jurlioions use of Mishler's Herb Biters at ibis season f the year, will prevent tbe recurrence of this diseaee, even in those who have never passed an autumn without it. An expeiience t f twenty years proves it to be tbe greatest anti pei iodic known to medical science. There are, perhaps, no diseases so snbjpotto climatic changes as aSections 'f tbe bidnevs. Hundreds of onr far mers, mecbar.ics. and laboring men, strong and-hardy in all other respects, suner conitnoai inconvenience, and ociJ casionally excruciating pains in the back and across the lot s ; experience a fre quent de-ire to pass water, pain during is passage, and frtq-icnt stoppages in iisfltw. These are manifests iona re- salting from some strain or heavy lif (tierbaps year ago), and aggravated hy every change in tbe weather Every slight cold flies direct to this one week spot, and unless promptly attended to .the d eeass . becoves chronin, and the once strong man a miserable wreck Mishler's Herb Bitters is the only certain remedy for this class of disease It has a peculiar tendencv to tne kidneys, stimulates them to healthy action, an! removing the cause, preven's the forma tion of brick-dust deposits, which, if permitted to continue, will by cohesion firm gravel stone, necessitating a pain fjl opera-ion for its removal. Many of tbe ingredients entering it.to its compo sition, are universally recognized as specifics for all complaints of tbe urinary organ". In Her complaint, d.yspppm, all disorders of the bowels, snd affec tions of tbe throat apd lung, it is equally certain and efficacious; while, ss a rem edy lor the complaints peculiar to the female sex,. It baa no iqual. Ladies, old and young, married an I single, in evety condition of life, will find this great fe male remedy, prompt, safe, certain end reliable. Tbe pale, sallow compbxion is replaced" by a blooming) healthful countenance, and its occasional use enables Nature to perform her functions regularly and with- at inconvenience. The Baby Sings Himselt to Sleep. Richmond Va., Auz. 10 Mrs. EL. Haleted, residing on Fourth street, in this city, has a little son twenty months old who is a musical prodigy. Although unable to speak a word be invariably nnms nimseir to sleep, mimicking vari ous tunes that be bas beard sung played. . Repairs at the White House. Washington, Aug. 10 The White House is now closed to visitors and will not jbe reopened until tbe President's re torn, in September. In tbe mean time, the building will be overhauled and made as clean and comfortable as possible Considerable repairing will have to be done and several ioiprovements in the internal arrangements will be made. The clerical force will remain on duty Hnring the, summer. Assistant Private S ere tary Pruden is in charge. The Presi dent .will always be within telegraphic communication with the White House, and will in that way attend to all mat ters requiting action or his part. A Walking Skeleton. Mr E Springer. Mecuaoicshurg, Pa , writes: "1 was i filiated with lung fever and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a walking Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King'H N w Discovery for Con sumption, which did me so much good tbat 1 bought a dollar bottle. A'ter using three bot'les, found myself once more a man, completely restored to hes!th,wilh a hearty appetite, and a gain in flash of 48 lbs." Call at R W. Pope's Drug Store and get a free tri I bo' tie of j tiiis.certam cure lor all Lung U Besses Large bottles 81.00. ' , 5". - . ; ,-' . . - .. Utto Ibljcrfotmfttls, 3; '. -;NDTIUE OF APPOINTMENT, i ttdte of Henry Meek, Deceased, TtfB Dnaerslirned has been appointed and qualified as Kxeontor of the estate of Henry' Meek, late of Afosrua oounty, dec'4. Dated this llth day of August, A D 1885. augl8,'65& " HENRY H. at EKE. INSOLVENT NOTICE. - v?:. t NOTICE tg hereby given tbat Neal Barons, on the llth day. ef August, 185. mads applinatioi to tbe undersigned for the bene fit of tbe ftatatea in relation to 'Insolvent debtern', . Said applicant is required to appear be fere the Probate Court of Monroe Conny, Ohio, and file his petition therein, on Monday, Au gust?!, 1885- J. P. PPttlQSS, . .' Commiaioner of Insolvent II. CO. . augl8:85tl, ... LEGAL NOTICE. - i ROSA HUDSON, aged fifteen years, Armin ta Hudson, aged thirteen years, and Elis abeth Hudson, aged eleven years, children and heirs 'of Margaret Hudson, deceased, whose plaoe of residence and postnffioe -address is Wheeling, Ohio County. West Virginia, will take notice that on 'Saturday, the 1 5th day of August, 1845, Henry H. Meek, as Exeontor of the last will and testament of Henry Meek, de ceased, filed his petition in the .Probata Court of Monroe County, Ohio, against them and tbe other heirs and legatees ot said decedent, alle ging that the personal estate of saii decedent is wholly insufficient to pay the debts, egaoiea and ormta of administration; and pray it g that plaintiff m .y . be ordered to sell the real estate of which Henry Meek died seized, fur the pur pose of paying said debts, legauies and costs of administration, aforesaid, to wit: The West hlf of the northeast quarter of section thirty three, township four of range four. , . At 8,0, the northeast quarter of the northeast quartet,- of section thirty three, township four of range four, except eight acres. Part bf the southeast quarter of the north west quarter of section thirty three, township four of-trango four, containing two acres. : .- , Also, the southeast quarter of section thirty three, township lour of range lour. Also ' the southwest quarter of the south west quarter of section twenty seven, township four of range fonr. ' !'' . Alsovjjfhe west part of the northeast quarter, of (the southwest "quarter 'of section twenty sevefi. township four of range fonr, containing fifteen 'acres, and being all the real estate of which -skid Henry . Meek died seized, except house and. lot in the town of Beallsrille. Unless yon answer said petition on or before thai 17th day of October, 18X5. the same will be taken aa trna and judgment rendered ac cordingly. HlSaKx U. MKKK.. . - Executor of Henrv Meek, deceased. By DRIOG3 & M ALLOBY, his Att'ya. angl8,'rJ5t7. P-HCream Balm Cleanses the Head. 'Allays Inflamma 1 1 o n . WFEVER Heals the Sores. Restores tbe Senses ot Taste nl n& Smell. A aulck and positive Care. 50 cts. at Druggists 00 ota. by mail-register ed. send for circnlar Sample by mail 10 cts. ELY BROTHERS Druggists, Owego, N. Y. Are you tailing, try Waus' Haaunt Bn- bbwbb, a pure, cieaa, wooiesoma for BmltiKerTCS. Stomach, Urer-KidiMfc Miin. hmhmiwi u.uno. tin, DYSFEPST A.- i 'Headache, Fever. Ague. Chills. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Kice to take, true merit, unequal ed for I a ajuM w a .w at AriueKiouh g. 8. VfUMJener Qty. . U. B. A. 1 IUV y: Buchu-Paiba ttemarkabla Cores of Catarrh of tbe Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kid neys and Bladder, Stone or Graral Dis eases of the Prostate Gland. Dropsical Swellings, Female Diseases, Incontin ence of Urine, all Diseases of the Genito urinary Organs in either sex. For Un healthy or Unnatural Discharges use also "Cbapla's Injection Flour," each $L - For SYPHILIS, either contracted or hereditary taint, use Chapin'a Constitu tion Bitter Symp, $1.00 per bottle, and Chapin'a Byphihtlc Pills, S2.00: and Cha pin'a BjptiilWo BahreTtl OO. 6 boUlss Byntp, S of Fills, 1 Solve, by Express on receipt of f 10.00, or at Druigists. E. 8. Wklls, Jersey City, NT J., XS. B. A. sep30.'84T. ROAD NOTICE. XfOTICB is hen by given that a petition 1 will be presented to the Commissioners of Monroe Count?, at their next session September, A. D. 1885, praying for the alte ration of a county road on the following line to wit: Beginning in the eonnty road at or near tbe east end of the foot br dge across Finer Pork of Snnfish Creek on lands of Amos Ifelott iu Adams township: tbenoe in an easterly dlreotion through the lands of Amos Melo'.t, John Braoy, William Kobberly and William Anderson, passing on the east aide cf said William Anderson's dwelling bo"Be;theooein a northerly direction through said Anderson's land to interseot the old road at or near the line between William Anderson kh if a Of j and A. U Jtfobley land. PKT1TI0NKO. . I 1ulyU,'8iw5. ' ' L. P. NEUIIART, "77"ooc3Lsflolcl, O.,, General Insurance Jgcnt, ASD DEALER 15 Hardware, Tinware, Clipper Mowing Machines, -ASD- "Home, Sweet Home" Cook Stores. rilfrlPIOX GRAIN DRILM, Plows, Mechanics' Tools, Cutlery, sunders' Hardware, &c In fact everything usually kept in a Hard ware Store. Call and compare prices before buying. h. F. HJSUHABT. apr28, 85t. .. CITY BAXERY -AND- CONFECTIONERY! ' ' ' JACOB REINHERE,Prop'r, WOODSFIELD, O. Just received, the largest stock of .. Common and Fancy Candies, Which were made to order, and are free from adulterations, all kinds ef - " Tropical Fruits & Nuts, And ail kinds or CANNED FRUITS, Raisins, Pigs, Jellies, Presems Uinoemeat, Tobadoo cfe Cigars. ot Ciflee, Bandwiohes, Cheese, Cakes, Crackers, Pies. Bolognas, &o. tToys will le besold at cost - nchl8,'84. Ioa Cream Parlors open, every evening parties furnished with ioe, ioe cream and other articles at fair rates. Meals and lui jh served day and night. . SomertononTop! ANNOUNCEMENT. ';.'' ' i Something Entirely New We dent propose to say tnnoh but lef stab- bora facts speak for themselves. - FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DATS ws .wiu. oma . - Thirty Thousand Dollars worth of goods at cost. We mean what we say, Goods bonght for cash In Me York and Philadelphia at cost prioes Means Cash or Its Equivalent, ' bat any good party shall have the advantage of prices on reasonable time, as we will loan them the money to do so. NO HUMBUG. Come along1. Opportunities like this do not often occur. -, - It. C. MILES, Jy21,'85t3, Fomerton, Belmont Ce, Ohio. rti CANDEE" Eubber BOOTS with DOUBLE THICK -BALL Ordinary Bubber Boots always wear out first on the ball. TheCAKDEB Boots are 4cbl thick . on the ball, and give DOUBLE WEAB. Moti economical Rubber Boot in the market. Lasts longer than any other boot and the to IIS PRICE KO HIGHER. Call and ex-'"' ' " amine the - J fr.ic FOR SALE BY RamsdelljSweet &!Co., aug;'8Su.. ' LEGAL NOTICE. j ROBERT McELDOWNEY. Frances J: Mo S downey, John S. MoCasky, Margaret D. MoCahkey, a minor aged seventeen years, Jo seph R- McCatky, a minor aged 16 years, James UoCsky. n minor aged fourteen years, Ambrose McCasky. a minor aged tweWe yeara and Hairy Beatty, a minor aged fifteen years who all reside at New Martinsville Welsl County, West Virginia, and whose posti ffice address is New Martinsville, Wetzel County. Wet Vi-jcinla, will tare notice that on Sntnrday, the 8th day of August. 1885.John C. MoEldowney filed his petition in the court of common pleas of Monroe Oounty, Ohio, airainst the above named parties, praying for partition of the following described real estate situate in Monroe Coanty. Ohio, to wit: Twenty-eight acres in the southwest part of fractional section twenty one, township one of range three, known as lot number one. Also, lot number in section twenty-seven, township one of range three, containing one hnndred and fifty-six acres and known as the George ajid Sarah Thistle farm. TJn'ess yon answer said petition on or before the 10th day of October, 18S5. the same will be taken as true and judgment rendered accord li trtnui n uv.pt Twinrw v By DRKWS & UALLORr, his Attorneys. augUtf. sflSISIIIPOP?' Attend the Grand Reunion ot the WEST VIRGINIA EXPOSITION ST A TE mion wui September s, 8, O, 10 Great Races AH first-class. Trotters, Paeerg FashionableEvenftftheSeas This Fair will excel any previous one held by the Association' EXCURSION RATES Address the S.emterjr.,for. lmiilil List 'br iiiforitiation; x ins r ' Examiner's Report; :; To the Honorable Probate Judge, Monroe County, Ohio: oib: oy aninoniy aenvea from you, offlotsiiy txantg daw tne eta aay or aogatt, hit, ' aad after being duly sworn aooordinc to law. we. J. P Sorlccs aad W-t. Kaltory. as extaa- iners, without previous notice or intimation o of snch intention, forthwith entered into tba aforesaid to the County Treasurer, demanded immeaiateiy to eouni tbe saonoys. therein, ana inspect ana exAsatne tho books, records and -vonohers thereof together With all other property whioh skonld bo la the oastody of 7tho . . , , Treasurer. We '(hen proceeded forthwith to the offioo of tho County AndHor.and asoortalaooi : hnw much money the County Treasurer stood charged with, on tho Auditors books, also the exact amount of money, property, bonis, securities, assets and effects, that should Bo In tbe Treasury. a,nd the amount boloaing to each parUoalar fond , Ia epmpllanee wtth ,' the law requiring certificates of snoh examination, we hereby certify that Thirty-three Then, sand. Three Hundred., .and. Six .Dollars.end Forty Nino Cents, wu tho exact amount of'-" ' money so fonnSi and oonnted In, the Coanty Treaaary, and thai the .statement annexed, which agrees with the books of the Anditor, presents the exact balances and overpayments , , ., ia eaok fnbd, a-ths am Jnnt of property then la tho enstody of the Treuurer. ' ' " ';s BespeotfuIIy submitted, Woodstteld, Ohfo, Angntt lS, 1885. ',f'Am'toaafrom FuBda.-;1 -Treasarer. . Amonnt Over County, VJOIH 45 infirmary, i7 ves Btidife,-s-. ,nuvx 30 4. , 903 92V4 BuildinK. - S2 84 Road. l -' -W i - ton 8i .Redemption trJrof;..- -. 4 16 25 806 04 - 2184 85 1W 67 Local Funds, Dog Tax. Teachers' Ins titufcey ToUW - ' 53021 27 -j. .v. .. ., 43t2tf; Qedact Over Drafts and ' Orders redeemed': : ' .19714 78 Balance in Treasury, . .$33306 49 Par bits Or ioa, Wobsennit, Oate, Moaaoa CooiTT.Abiust 15. ttS.f ' The ftato of. Ohio, Jtfonroo Coanty, I, A. roe Conntr, Ohio, having earefally examined and do hereby approve and accept the same, A. J PEARTOP, IheStiteof Ohio Monro County. :' - . t ". , I, A. J. Pearson-; Probate 7adga withia and for sail oounty, do hereby certify the forego, log to be a trne and complete copy of tho Report of tho raid Rsamlaors of the Tvoasar f Of "' said eonnty, at the same remains on tie and of record in thlseonri.' if,'- ;-'-- - . - u angl5.'f5tl, ' ' A- J. PRAR30K, Probate Jadgo at. C. O. x Sariiuel NEW DRUG- CLARINGTON, MONROE COUHTY, OHIO, :. Where he will be-ready at all times fo prepare Inscriptions, . Fine i wines and Liquors for. medical use. I also keep . a 6im- ... ..- Whore yoncan get all kinds of daily ; papers! Seaside ah4 Lovell's .LilJranes or anything in the. way of literature fp your "Sunday; readbg Subscriptions received for all news papers, 'axitaC tuBaJar-A16wpst club rates. - r . 1 alsd dpgeneral banking business Compiinyil.;ybt:of all kinds sent by express io all 'parti'", of the world; n-Alsb money sent to all parts of the-wond-bj;. express; ; without - danger of loss, and at cheaper rates than uy wvuxy uiiiure, uuu ju&t na bam. . , - -....'General Agent for Wasson's German Liniment and the :r Vienna Pressed YeaH ' ;; ..; CALL ON ME AND I TLL TREAT YOU , IUGIIT . june2,'8Sm3. INTEREST TO FARMERS. GermanlnsuranceCompanv, , FREEPORT. ILLINOIS, Assets, l,Ov50,078 OS Rates ns Low an any Farm Cam pany la; the County . LOSSES 'PROMPTLY PAID. Offioo np stairs in the Jere Williams property. JACOB BCRKU tllT, Agt. Any parson wanting Fruit Trees, Ornamen tal Trees or I edge Plants, will savomonev by leaving their ordeis with Jacob Boric har . Agent for Moundarills Narsery,Woods fleld, Ohio. ' iuayl9'b5in4. Woodsfleld, Monroe Co., Ohio, people ol the Ohio Valley, at the - FA IB! -fc noid at 10,: il and 1, 1&&B. ' 2 With 80 Horses! and Eonncrs. -eaeaeid en.!-- on all RAILROADS t-'.V the County Treasurer, or an other petsen, Coanty Treasury, presented oar aatkerity the keys to tho vanlu aad safoa,aad proooodast ,:i J. P. 8PRIQG8, 1 -'r !: . - W. aVMALWIT, iTTVV V of Orders Se- Draft, deemed sinoo. BaTanhOrVr Urafm.' " 64 to iV PJ13 78 -,. ... ; , S639.lt .., . W-lM-j ftrrf J juj.'is m 10 8492 74--. l OT 136 69 ' ' J' '"J ,154i6 W JrJ06 47 , ..499 i . , $3aii06 49 Pearson, Probate iadco within aad fo Mob tho forogoing Report, do Ind It to bo aorreet. . . .- ' ''. . PrebaUJndge of -Jfoaroo Coaaty, OkM. :1 ii ' DEPOT. - . mm IW W sW. WW S MP Waaf d . i. . v ' aaasM wmm -r mum !. : V. Claririgfton, Ohio.' 8UEBIFFS SALK. Lamas Ehmaa . - TS. - - John W. M oCollam ft at. Y vrrtne ota . oartaia ardor of sale IssseaV oat of tho eoart of common oleaa. withia aad for tho coanty of Monroe. aaJ State of Okie, la a oaso ponding la sal A eoart between tho above named partlee, -aaol i. to me directed, I will offer for aIo . at.- public anction at the oast door of tho oearl bouse In Woodtieid, oa . Saturday, tie lid day f Jvgmt,lS&&r between tho boars of lOoWooka. at. mi 4 . o'olockp. m, of said day, tho following do scribed real estate situate ha Hoarse ssaaty, Ohio, to wit v ' Lot number thlrtyfoanr tn tho town of Aa tlooh, Ifonroo County, Ohio. . Said property so ordered to bo sold Is ap- -praised at $26, and may sell for two-. , thirds of said anpraisoment. CHRIS. LUDI, " July tV85w6. - 8aarlff . C. O. '- W. S. MALLORT, kWj. ff- Wy ft''