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V THE EMIT OF DEMOCRACY. yf-' ' TTES3AT, AUGUST 13, 1885. v- MASONIC DIRECTORY t Vohbob Lodob No. 189 V. and A. M., meets at kUeonlo Hail in Woodaneld, on Wednesday evenings, oa or before esoh fall bum. L B. Bill, W.M4ai.B. Morris, ooctelaevvS, f -: , WdODSTIBLD GHAPf KB Wo. 8.1, R. A. meets In Bfasonie Hall. Woodtneld, on If on ar evening after fall moon. J. P. Spriogs, IC E. B. P4 Jab. B. Mobbis, Seo'y. . COCRCO DIRECTORT, 8t Bvlybstkh's Catholic Church. Kev. Father Wcisinorr. Pastor. 8ervicee at 8 and .IdVelack a, at Sunday School at 2 JC, Teeners ui Benediction at 8 P. BL IOK. Church. Serrioe at the V. E. Church. Woodsfield, Sabbath. Preaoh. inc at 10:30 A. u. and 7 F. H. Sunday aohool S:80 r. K. Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7 r. BL Faitor, Ber. a. V. STAUrrBR. ; PBRSBTTBBIAJC CHURCH. Sorvloea at Pree- by tariaa Church, Woodtneld. every two week, Winning Sabbath. Ian. 27th. o'clock P. V. PraveMeetiiiff every Wedaeedav evening at o'clock. ' Pastor, Eev. W. T. GabbowaYi nrj it.-cTVest, Local Editor. Wheeling Fair, ''" ; - '? Grio Hook Insolvent Notice, J. P. Sprioo, Appointment, ' : H. H" Mbebv Fair Locals, "t)r. I. P. Fabqcbab Legal Notice. B. H. Mbkk. Fair;LoeaT,. . ' Geo Hook Examiners' Report, A J. Pebmow. ' The Fair, Dr. I. P. Fabqchab. ' Dry Goods, Moaais k Armstbokq. R. GhOkxt Is home on visit.. Roi3 lteceipta at fUti cents pet bun tired. A newsy letter from Bethel township . this week. : Bliss Loci West Is wliitlng friends at Bellaire and hloundsville. ""' " Mts Ella Waltok, of Wheeling, Is TialtfBg friends in this place : , Urs. Dr. Akmitroii visited relatives Bt Beattsville last Friday. - Miee Mollib Gbovbs, of Smitbfleld, Ohio, is the guest of Miss Ida Smith. The street 4 to ber.piked ; from the aaaare to the bill oa the Etst side of (own..,, The Cteycland and Marietta R B., re wntly purchased 1.000 tons of new steel Tails. ,.. . . . , ; ,v, . MlasBiix Sihowib is Tiaiting her wister, Jlra. Salui Kkbpcbs, at Sealls wllle. . ,-.. . ' Man thanks to. the Woodefield Trio 'for a delightful avrnade last Taesday eVenlnf.--r- ; Tbr Ctarlngton flouring mill has 11 weU of roils with, a capacity of 80 bar tela per dsy. , : t n.;. Mr. fsAAO Hat knd wife, of Bealls WiMe, spent teveral days with friends In bu place -laat week v . " ' : . - Master. Cabi. Tbo ix of SisteriTille. Wet:V-i isiwa Master Fbabk, ITST,-ef thrt place- . . Josiph PotTtB, xf Seneca township, feeeived back pay and penaio last week tmonnrtng to 1,001. 'Mf,IrM. Mtiftn has been appointed ' tJnefaf ielW ind ':Vtm6t&t Agent toe B.Z A G. TL R. " Hn. L. Y. Tillmab left Monday VYaing'for.-.KaniaB where he. expects o speitf ttitoe time with friends. N.VWHABcoit.'Eiq , of Noble cow Vy, Soecial Agent of rbe lnd OMce, tias been stationed at SU Clowd, Minn. Eev. WisTwoo of Aniloch, preached BMsieVeejient serm'Tuq , in., the M. E. Charch A place laat Sunday tiering . Mabbibb. On August h, b Rer 3. H. DoaVi Miss Soub Dicxrr to Mr. FbaboisE. Rowlbt. has, taken the Maca oT Mr. C. L Kbobivo In the tore Bt Mero Station on the B 2 A C )-,'kwTbt'.htKfj rain last. Thursday tauaed considerable dcttnrction of prop rty along the creeks in thii county. f-A party 'ot turtle hunters from town fjaoght 134 In Muskingum creek last wek Mr. Jamb Coomb baa 88 of them in his cellar. ISrhe residence of Mi. Pet Ducat was slightly ' ttHBajjed by Bre'on the 12th to at, caused by a deteotife etoyepipe in the BiteEen loft y Miss Alta MouBts, who has been petijug. some time in, Columbus, re turned Tome last wek. She wat ac wompanied by her sleter Mrs. Etta Mtt ttB. J5yyM 9y M ,1 of W .W. Monroe County, Ohio, has been appoin ted Chief". of B diyision In tnd Auditor's DppattmenvWsshlngton, known ts the Paymasters' Department Mr; Okey has plenty of ability and his appointment is much aboYe the average thue far made tyf the Department. NohU Co. Repmb tic. '.' tT It Is suggested by the Cincinnati Etirer that If every debtor wiil at once pay what be owea, no matter how ubmII the amount, the money thus put in clrctJation wouht revive business ao fivity. It certainly would be a long atep 4n that direction. A dollar started through community his great capacity for good. A hundred men can each pay one dollar of Indebtedness with It, and wo we have one dollar doing the work of hundred.. Frees the Ksw Martinsville (W. Ta ) Democrat. - One ofour oldest and best known cit Ileus, John W. Carrothers, departed this life on last Friday night, In the 7J1 year ' of hi rge, Mr. Carrothers was a peace Bble, law abiding and Industrious cltiien. He was b painter by trade and an excel lent workman, and there is not a house la New Martinsville, which does not woataia his handiwork. He was buried In the Williams cemetery on Sunday renin f, Rev. Reynolds of the M. E. Church, South, conducting the erriccs. 9"A. H. Roagb represented' frac tion of this coooty in the Republican Convention of the" Uth Senatorial Dis trict and was' loaded down'" with honors as follows: V Credentials A. H. Roach. 7". Rales' and Order of Business A. H. Roack: Resolutions A: H., RoaK ; Immediately on being 'stung by a bee, place the hollow barrel of a hey round the sting and press until it begins to hurt. O i removing the key the sting will be found lying outside the puncture it baa made and ipside the ring formed, by the pressure of the key, barrel. All pain ceases at once, no swelling takes place, and in a few minutes It is difficult to find again where one has been stung. ' 'mm XarTbe following items are from the Clarington Independent lith Inst J . ' . Mr C. L. Kronin, of Calais, has pur chased part of H. U. Muhleman's stock in the Planing Mill and will move to this place soon. He will help Mr. Monle man in the office, f' , . Mr. Geo. Lemly and eqme others, from Bingham, took a trip down into W. Va. near Ravenswood,to-take a Itok at the country with a view to locating there if the country suits them 9Tbe Democracy, of Bfel'gont coun ty nominated the following ticket last week!, . ; . v.-f,'f . JUprrtentativt$R(fs jf A Ltx n deb J. W Lacqhlih. Treaturer J, B. Rtam. Comyiuioner Owsil'M ekHaw. lnf.Dirtetor'iLnu Coox. kwneyor -Isaiah Nichou .: XVThe R. C. Caarch picnic on the Fair Grounds last Saturday was well at tended. The Temperanceyille Brass Band fur nished excellent music. ; f The table in the Ball, presided oyer by the ladies of bt church, was supplied with all the good things necessary to np peastt the appetites of .the hungry. The management throughout was first class. Everything passed off pleasant ly, and the best of order prevailed. , ' Cambridge JeffersonUn. We are glad to see the gallant Democ racy of Monroe county recognised by the administration, and especially are we pleased when such sterling . Demo cratio workers as David Okey, of Woods field, are honored with official positions; Mr. Okey has been appointed chief of a division In a Bureau of the Treasury De pariment, at a salary or tZ.tHJt) a year. Thomas C, Taylor, . of this place, wo has been in this same Department for twenty years, haa been removed to make room for a Democrat. The 31th Annual Fair of the Monroe County Agricultural Society will be held at Woodsfie!d, September.l8t,2d, 3d and 4h,'l885. The premium Hat will noV,be publish, ed in the papers, ss heretofore, hot in book form which is now ready for dis tribution. If yon do not receive one. write to or call on the Secretary, Geobob P. Do rb There .will be good races each of the four dsys. The grounds will be put in good order and every thing is be ing done to make it a soccess in every particular. Do not forget the date, and above all do not fail to attend . Already horses are in training on the grounds. The B Z A C -Railway will run ex cursion trains " at 'reduced rates during tue'falr. ' ' I P. FABQUHAR, President. Geo. P. Dorr, Secretary,,;., Noble County Republican. Twenty-five yeara ago John. Atkinson, of Parkereburg, married Lucy Abbott, a girl of 11. Shortly afterward he went away to fight for the stars and stripes He never came back and his child-wife heard he was killed in one tit the battles of the Wilderness For a time she mounrcd him dead, but when she bad laid aside the weeds of mourning she was wooed and won by John Geren, a young mechanic of parkersburg. For twVre years they lived together bappl ly, and three children were , born unto them, ' In 1880 ber husband died Three years later Mrs. O-ren was mar ried to Irs Collins, of Olive, a harness maker They lived unhappily and short. I y separated Now comes the tooth of romsbce that gives this prosaro tale its only claim to interest. News cattle to Mrs. Geren not long ago that the hus band 'of her youth was still living, but supposing her dead, and in the regular army. They corresponded and the id affection revived. When his term of en listment expire he will come home and jolo again the wife he loved and lost. AlARKlfiD. Thursday evening, AugustlStb, 1885'. at the residence of the brides parents, near. Grayer ifle, 0.:,;by fcav-Basb, , Mr I B Cooper and Miss A. E , Harmon. Quite a number of friends were pres. ent to Witness the? eremony(. and. ,to see the young couple; (who by rtbelr exem plary conduct In the past nave endear, ed themselves to all ; who know them,) launch oAt on "Life's tempestuous 8 a" together, to contend with Its waves ; if the prsyers and earnest wishes of hosts of friends avail anything ibelrs will be a long delightful voyage and a haVen of blissful repose at the end. Oh, Mr. E lltors, we would like to tell you all about the magnificent supper we had the pleasure of enjoying, bnt langnage fails us, and we will simply ssy it was im mense. The table fairly groaned under its weight ol good things and out of oar consideration for the table we endeavor ed to lighten its load as much as possi ble and considering our capacity we suc ceeded admirably. v Trusting you will kindly avoid saying snytbing to the boys in the offlue about our failure to deliver the nice cake and other good things entrusted to ns, tor them, by the charming and kind hearted bride we will content ourselves with hoping thst tke msv never know but that the package war sifely delivered to the proper persons. But mthsps will sometimes happen, and this one we could not avoid. So let us Join in wishing them "Long life, happiness and prosper ity here, and eternal peace and deKvht hereafter." X Democratic State Convention at Co- lurubus. On Aug. 18, 19 and 20 the B A O. R. R Co. will sell round trip tickets to Co Iambus and reiurn at one fare for the round trip Tickets good returning uu till August 21st, inclusive. From the Wheeling Register. THE COMING FAIR. A Short Summary of tile At tractions to be Presented. The Finest Display of Exhibits Ever seen in the Fan-Handle an Assured Fact , Five weeks from this time oor State Pair and Exposition will have been open ed, and be in full blast. If present in dications mean anything it will far eclipse all former attempts, in almost every par ticular. The building and grounds hsve been repaired and beautified by the As sociation dcring the present summer, and the entire property is in better con dition than ever before. THE BACINO. ' Special attention his been and Is be ing paid this year to the rauiug features, which have been placed under the super vision of Messrs G. El. Mendel and C. H Rise, and patrons can rest assured they will see something unusually flie in tbis line. Accommodations will be bet ter and the management is determined to have racing and bippodroming. Re liable and experienced judges and start ers will be secured", and an eff rt made to do away with the spectacle usuallv seen on race courses. Speed entries close on September 1st, and already there are more entries ban there was'secuicd last year. Columbus comes just before ns in the circuit and Pittsburgh, . Cleve land and Youngstown follow directly af ter in the order named, so thst we will get all of the horses In turn The pre miums are liberal.. The association has a good repotation and the fhest half mile track in America, which will induce owners of good horses to contest for the, prizes. If possible there will be some special features toward the close ot the Fair. , stock rxaiBiTs. The csttle 'department will be under the supervision of Messrs. A. R Jac b and L. P. Sisson. The horse depart ment will be under the euoervision of Mess s, John W. Nichols and C. S. Ter rel. The sheep department will be un der the supervision of Messrs C. S. Sis son and John Reed. . The swine depart ment will be under the supervision of Messrs. James Dixon and James Orr. The poultry department will be under the supervision of Messrs. T. E. Orr and N. Ztne. All these departments will be folly as floe as last year and may overshadow it. Correspondence look ing towards tbis end is pouring in on the Secretary, and it seems as though every available inch of space will be oc cupied. All of the superintendents have managed their respective departments at our previous Tairs and have given entire satisfaction. The directors have acted wiaely in retaining these gentlemen. FARM AMD GARDES PRODUCTS. This department Is under the super vision ol Messrs E M. Atkinson and H. C. Meyer, and from the amount of space taken there will be a full exhibit, with a new feature attached thereto, namely, a fine exhibit of bees, boney and aparian supplies, for which there are large premiums offered this year. THX LADIES TIXIILE AHD ART DEPART MINT will be under the management of Mrs. A W. Kelly and Mrs. Col. Robert White. The ladies have shown fine management of their department at oar previous lairs, and from all indications their department will this year excel any previous exhibition given at our fairs, which were always pronounced grand FLOWERS, PRESERVES AMD PlCKLEJ. . This department is under the manage ment of Mrs. John H. Hobbs and Mrs. Henry Brnes, both of whom gave gen eral satisfaction in this department at our former fair. With the amount oj energy displayed by these ladies the in dications are that tbey wilt have a far superior exhibition this year in their de partment. In the -KAtir txposmow. Machinery and Horticultural Ralls.nearly all the sace has been taken, and the prospects are good for an attractive die playin all. Applications are pouring In Irom all quarters for space.. Over seventy-five spaces on tbo ground and in buildings have been let out already, and there will be no lack of amusements and refreshments, 7 tt is expected the arrangements made for special rates of fare and Special trains to be run during the week of the fair by the B. A O., W. A P. and C A O. divis ions, C.L.4 W,P. W. A Ky , B. Z A C and Ohio River railroads, will bring runt 50,000 peoplb to Visit Ihe fair from abroad, A natu ral increase over last year may be ex pected from tbe. fact that, all of the tail. rdads will give better accommodations for carrying the people.. It behooves our merchants then -to make such dis play as will attract their, attention and secure their custom It is an' advertise ment that cannot fail. Those merchants who make the displays are the onea who will get the country trade, arid they will deserve it Oar manufacturers, tco. should exert themselves and not leave everything to outsiders. If good weath er holds, nothing csn . prevent our fait Irom being a marked success for we are the centre of three great States, and with seven railroads entering our city, with the finest fair grounds in the Ohio Val ley and the lower Iske region. tWK horrible accident occurred a half mile east of St. Clairsviile Junc tion, on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road on last Thursday morning. Samuel McE'roy, a workman on the new Court house, had decided to remove to Bel laire, his goods were shipped by the National Road, and bis mother and two little boys started to thst city by rail. Tbev went to the Sonction by the Nar row Gauge, where they missed the con. necting train, and then set ont to walk to Bellaire. On tbe first bridge the west-bound fast line csnght the unfor tunate woman and killed ber . Latently. One of tbe boys waa slightly bruised, but the other escaped injury. Mrs Mc E'roy was sixty-six rears old, and very I deaf. St Clairiville GazMe, 13A tiuf. LEBANON ITEMS. Tbe farmers of tbis township . are all through with harvest Otts good, wheat almost a failure, potatoes and corn look well. Hot weather and plenty of rain. Prof. Robert Barber and family, of Ravens wood, W. Va , are visiting friends here.- Isaao Shankland, of Cow. Run, was here visiting his son El. last week. T A Barnes finished packing bis crop of tobacco last Thursdsy. T. L. Day A P. Handschuranker are building a new school house in Sub Dis trict No 8, of tbis township Mrs Hannah Fiench has purchased the Wooder property and will make this ber home. Alex. Dickson our Democratic shoe and boot man is doing a live business. - Joseph Conner, of West Va , has moved his family to this placa He oc cupies the Alex Crawford property. Mra M. E Gebbart, our milliner, is making the ladies happy by furnishing nice hats and bonnets. Matthew Warwick's Court was in ses sion laat Friday. Two cases of viola tion of the liquor law; fines, ten dollars and costs in each case. G. W. Stewart was ip Germantown Saturday. John Day talks of starting to Kansas next Wednesday. Rev. J. L Guiler preaohed in the M. E. Church Sunday. J. Dr. J. C. Bell is in Stafford to-day, Tuesday. Ki Thompson. Wagon maker, is turning out some fine wagons from his Shop ' ' P W. Brown bas finished packing to bacco and says he it free. " P B Hannah is just glittering in his new store. ' ' ' : ' Dr C. H. Wittenbrook allowed the young folks to use his residence for a singing school Saturday night. . Levi Armstrong was at Whipple yes terdsy. '.... The cltixens at Marr are having a live ly time and plenty of. business. v. Wash Anderson, of Sycamore Vallev, was here yesterday ".with his best girl " Mrs. Laura Twiggs, of Lower Salem, is visiting ber father, P. B Hannah, of this place. Wm. Hannah is at Cbiilicothe this week. U. Z Ekev and Milton McPeek were in Marietta Saturday. M;ss Eliza Crawford, of Graysyille, was here Sunday. Brown A Stewart purchased a new threshing machine last Saturday. t J. T. Stewart and wife are happy it is a girl. . ; Qiarterly meeting here on tbe 221 and 23l of August. Miss Levins Weber has returned home from Elba. Miss Flora Weber and Mrs. Mary Ekey are on tbe aick list. Miss Cassie Handscbnmacber, of W Va., is visiting Jacob Handscbumacher or this township. Adeline, daughter of A. Myers, re turned to her home on Wheeling Island last Thursday. Mrs Drusilia Bell, Cbaa. Merydith A Brother, all of Marietta, are visiting friends here Occasionally we meet a person that is always talking about somebody. When such is tbe case it is fair to Infer that there is something wrong with tbe per son talking. - Hurrah 'or Hcadlv, Is tbe sentiment of the Democrats of Bethel. A Kid On Grasshoppers. ..We learn that in some parts of.Wasb- ington township those Insects hsve dps troved all the oata crop. In Center township we know parties who say they would not harvest their oats exceptto save sne s'raw . . In Wayne township it is estimated tha there is a loss f 50 bushels' in some fields in the eaie neighborhood. Tbey have destroyed slnrst the enti e crop of tobacco and now bave com tnenced on the corn, it tbey keep on, besides leaving oa a light crop of oats, they will leave a light crop of corn also. We will hide the grindstone. E S. OBITUARY Mrs. Sarah Moore died at Bellaire, July 13, after a lingering sickness of many months. She ws born In Monroe county, Jan 9, 1828. being 56 years, 5 months and 4 days at the time of her death. t. All her life, except tbe last few months, wss spent in Monioe county. Through thst county she is widely and favorsblv known. Her maiden name. was Hen thorn, a prominent family of tbe county Early in lhewtnter she came to Bell aire accompanying herdaugh'er, Mrs. Asa Morgan, with whom she lived. From ber first appearance in Bellaire it was plain that her disease was making icroads Upon ber corS itotion and that she had but few montls to live. Indeed for some years she bad been wasting away with consumption. While In our midst she steadily failed until She was called home. During ber sfeknes she manifested patience and recognition. ' At an early age, perhaps -ixteen, S' e united .with the Christian Cbttrch,br which she was a consistent fflembe( p to tbe time of ber death. She had great love for the cause ol the Master..';, Jn ber christian lite and character she has been beloved by all who knew her -jhe now rests from ber labors. "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.". James M. Monroe, Bellaire. Ohio, Aug. 7, 1885 . 'BALTIMORE & OHIO BAlLROAfc Excursions to the onio State itlii) Tbe Ohio hta'e Fair for 1885.'- wilt be held at Columbus, Ohio, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday land Friday, August 31 and September I, 2. 3 and 4 This Fair is a State institution, held in the Interest of tbe people for the promotion of the industries of tbe State Premium list, 125,000.00. No pains bsve been spared to make it one of tbe largrst and most attractive Fairs ever held in tbe Slate. On the above dates, the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad will sell cheap round trip exsorsioo tickets, from all Stations on its lines in Obio to Columbus. Tickets good returning until September 5tb, 1885 For tickets snd information in regard to special trains, etc., call on Agents Baltimore A Obio Railroad. A Picture tor Patriots. Tbe Philadelphia News says: With Sherman and Sheridan, now the two foremost of Union soldiers in rank and popular estimation, will walk John stoo and Buckner, two of the most dis tinguished ex-Confederate Generals These four, clasping hands across the bier of Grant, fi'tingly and beautifully testify to the realisation of the desire for peace and perfect reconciliation which was dearer to the heart of Gen G'ant than tbe memory of bis victories. Any lingering sectional animosity must shrink in very shame from such a spectacle and disappear forever. Opening This Week. Ton will be surprised at the MANY ATTRACTIONS this week at oar store. READY MADE CL0TMXG, Gents' Hats, the very latest, Also, NEW- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, AC. Come and Get Ready for tbe Fair MORRIS tt ARHStRONG. auglo,'85. OIUTUAUV. Died. In Salem township, Monroe county, Ohio, on Saturday, August 1st, Christian Wichterman, sr., aged 72 years, 4 months and 8 days His re mains were interred in the township cemetery, formerly known as tbe John Rutter burying ground, hn Monday, Au gust 3rd. Notwithstsnding the unfavor ableness of the weather there wss a large attendance at the house to listen to the funeral -ermon preached hv the Rev. A. J Bartels, of Hannibal, O do, from tbe text "lilessed are ' the dead who die in the Lord, from henceforth." Deceased was born in Switzerland and came to this country with bis father and two sisters, in December 1833 ; made this township bis home, ever since a period 52 yeara. He leaves a wife and eleven children who all hope to meet him again in a better world. Soon shall we meet again, meet never to sever. Soon shall peace wreathe her chain around ns forever. Our hearts will then repose, secure from world ly woes; All our songs of praise oloie, never, no, never. COOPER & CONARD'S A IhimI T Mi LHerstar m4 FMhlaa. . rinr CTS. FASHION- A YEAR. Bat la WarMI iS'.sT.TnN'imv mHn m ft MUH 1 Uil A I CHPEK A CO 3 A KB, ta u4 Market, Pallaaa. Alleged Cholera in Ohio. Toledo, August 14. That parof tbe Eighth ward known as LerrktV Hill, Is terribly excited, almost bordering on a panic, which is rapidly spreading oyer tbe whole city, over what is supposed to be a case of cholera. Peter Maitimo was attacked last night with every svmp torn, and died tbis morning. His limbs are drawn upas in cholera; and for an hour after death bis fingers and toes twitched Tbe health authorities prompt y buried the victim's clothing and fo migated tbe premises, and .this gave ad ditional alarm. Most of tbe physician of tbe city says it is a esse of acute cholera morbus, but the officers of the Health Board are very reticent. Matti mowaaa sewer conractor. There, is considerable anxiety to night. WVm Baby vu lok, ft W Carforta, When aha wm a Child, aha cried ft Cartoria, Wken cia beeatoe HI, aha dang to Caateria, Wkam aha kai Child-em, ana gave iham Caatacla, . ' Placchtillk. Cal, Aug. 12 James W. Marshall, tbe discoverer of gold in California, died yesterday at his home in Kilsev. He was eveny-four years old, and died a poverty-stricken, diai pomteo man. , . NEW LOCALS. 77 Do not forget the Fait Sept. 1st, 2nd. 3i A4tb. 8T1CATED. . From the subset iner, abcut tbe middlt of July, a red heifer weighing aboo 700 pounds. Liberal reward lor infor mation leading to ber recoverv, - CHARLES YOSS, , Woodsfield. Otiio. - ST Horses are already In training or the Fair grounds and the outlook f r lively racing and a good Fair was nevei better. ' And three acres of good land, within tbe corporation of Woodsfield, for sale. la well improved. Inqaire at tbis office July 21, 1885. . Ay Tbe premium lists are nw read F r distribution and will be sent by mail to any address Call on tue Secretary, GEO P DORR when in town and get a copy and then come to tbe Fair. - tqrCome snd purchase a Clipper Mowing Machine K . 4 Try it and if i' do 8 not give satUfar.Mon I will take it back. L P. NEUHART, Woodsfield. O iio. . t2fBuv the light running and best Sevt Home sewing machine at U. E. HAELAN3 GOTO JOHN BURKHAirTS For your Boots, Shoes and Soli LlATHBB.'. ..noyl8,'81y. MEAT MARKET. Fresh meat every day. Bologna, Sau sage's. Bacon and Lard. - aprl4,'85. CHARLES YU5S. 17 12 Champion Mowers and Reapers for sale at cost. Must be soH at once ' GEO. H WEISEND, mayl9,'85. - : Woodsfleld, Obio. MRS. JACOB BUItKaUttT WOODSFIELD, O., Has opened a dress making cutting and fitting room in tbe WiUiams property and ia prepared to accommodate tbe la dies of Woodsfield and Monroe County on short notice. Aprill4,'85o&. ENTIRE STOCK GOO D S SELLING AT COST. Xj. ECOEPPliBR. ty Call at TBB Bpibit 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 -i short notice. Three Peculiarities Hood's Sanaparffla, the great blood pnrifter and reflating medicine, Is characterized by three peculiarities, namely t 1st: 2d: Tbe combination of the various remedial agents used. The proportion in which the roots, herbs, barks, ete are mixed. . 2d: xne process oy wucn we acuvo medicinal properties are seemed. The result Is amedlclne of nunsnal strength and curative power, which effects cures here tofore uneqnalled. These peculiarities belong exclusively to Hood's Sarsaparitla, and are Unknown to Others ' Hood's BarsaparUla is prepared with (he : greatest skill and tare, hy pharmacists of education and long experience. Hence it is a medicine worthy ol entire confidence. It you suffer from scrofula, -salt rheura, or any dls ease of the blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, or kidney and liver complaints, . catarrh or rheumatism, do not fail to toy Hood's Sarsaparilla "I recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to aU my friends as the best blood purifier on earth.' Wat. Gaff, druggist, Hamilton, O. "Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured me ot scrof. ' nlous humor, and done me worlds of good Otherwise." C. A. Akkold, Arnold, Xe. A book containing many additional state ments of cures will be sent to all who desire. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists: $1; six for as. Made ' only by C. I. HOOD St CO., Lowell, atasa. - IOO Doses Oho Dollar. Jane 23, 185 38w. mm- Stek Headeha aid relieve all the tronblee Inci dent to a biliooa atate of the intern, such aa Dla Blnem, Kauca, Dnnrainma, Distreu after eattnr. Pain In the Side, Ac While their most iemata able success has been shown in curing H!Xehe,T!Srtw'BlJttle Lirer Pill, ire emuEy Valuable in Constipation, caring and prarentinc thla annoying complaint, while tbrr alao correct all dlaordera of the stomach, stimulate tha lirer ' ad regulate the bowels. JBrea if they only euiai Aeta fhey would be almost priceless to those who offer from this distress ing complaint; but forta natalytheir goodness does not end here, and thoaa who one try them will tnd these little pills valu able in so many waya that they will not be willing So do without them. Bat after all sick bead Is fheoane of so many lives that here is where we snake oor great boast. Oar pills cars It while Others do not Carter tittle JJrer Full are very email snd veryeaftytotake, Oneor two pills make a does. Thcv are strictly Tern-table an a do not gripe er purge, but by their gentle action please jr their eentie action Dlease ail who by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail. use mem. InvialsatiUcnits; flveforSL Soke CARTER MEDICIXE CO., Kerr York, tep30,'84r. Madrid, Augns. 14. There were 3,895 new cases and 1 411 deaths in tbe cholera infected regions during tbe past twenty four hours. . .. -. The civil service commission bas made its report upon Pos'msster . Joces of Indianapolis. The commission finds that Mr. Jonea bsa not made anv ap pointment contrary to the rules if -the ml service actj . c ..... , v.:y COMMERCIAL. GROCERY 3IARKKT. OOBBBOtBD WBSKIT ST V. 8CHTw1.B. IB A BRO Hobdat, August IT. 1883. Flour, per bbl, ohoioe.... ....... ..... tS 60 M eact 70 Wheat, per bushel, new ... .$1 00 Oats, per bushel, 4S Cornmeal, per bnshel. ....... TO Buckwheat flour, per lb. ...... ...... 5 Coffee, green, choloeperlb ........ 12 , - fancy ' IS . roasted, Arbuokles per lb ..... Is Sugars, granulated, standard, per lb... 10 . powdered, pure, ... 16 A standard . 8 Yellow, ohoioe, T Molasses, Sorgbum . 60 Orleans . 7 Syrup, pare sugar, per gslloa 1 00 mixed, B0 Blue, ' Carolina ehotoe head, per lb.... - , broker, .... CASK Kb BOODS. Peaches finest No 3 - - good NO 3 pie No 3 ...... .......... Tomatoes Queen No S . . i .......... . Beefsteak No i. ......... 10 6 as to m ,12 16 15 10 3) 1 00 Baker's No S. Corn Wlnstow No 2.... Bakers No 3 Ar pies, ohoioe No )..... Hominy, psr lb Tew Finest per lb ..... CARTER'S "MM iflVER pius. tJ mm ... CO SBXU50. A . 10 ' s 7 12 - 10 .-. ; bo 3 10 4 :4o 80 Walaell stock .Market. August 17 Cattle 3a4e per pound Sheep 3a4o per pound. Hogs 3a4c pel pound gross. :' ,;' ChlCHgO Aug. 14. Flour 4 20a5 75; Wheat 86c; Corn 46c, Oata 25c; Rye 58 j. Wev fork. An? 14 Flour 3 45a5 20; Wheal 97a98o; Corn 54c, Oats 32a42c. Ctaclnnatl. Aug 14. Flour 4 25s4 75; Wheat 94c; Com 47c: Oats 27c; Rye-59c. Phlladelpbia. Philadelphia, Aug. 14 Flour 3 15 a 5 60; Wheat 95 99; Corn 53a55o, Oats 34a38c; Rye 70c. cattleTiarrets. ffheellnx l.lve Stock market. Whkklino, Augufct 15, 1835. The market tbis week was only sVer. age. There was too full supply of com mon, while the demand for good wss scarce. Messrs Hudson a ttayoB fur nished tbe following quotations: Cattle Extra, 1.000 to 1,100 lb. cat tie 44Jo per lb. ; good, 800 to 900 lbs. 3Ja4o per lb ; light, from 600 to 800 lbs. 2$.3o per lb. Hogs Market active; 4a4o per lb. Sheep Dull 2Ji3c per lb.. Lambs Gort. market Orm; 3a4c. Calves 3 00&6 00, per be4 ohoioe ............... PSODDCB.- BOllHfJ. Baooa Hogronnderlb.... , 7, Hams ..... 8 Side " ..... Bkonlder .... a Butter psr lb 10 Eggs per doien.. ........... 9 Qreen Apples per bushel ...... 40 . Beans, navy, per A 2 J Dried ptsohes , " ...... ... S Dried apples " .. ...... 3, . Potatoes per bushel.. , ., :. ... 30 Onions per bushel 40 A HEW DEAL WANTED 'V - '-if'".' ,:V All Around tn tbe Republican Kapk ot Ohio. Ct'ttCHBUS, August 14 Tbe death "I the lae Judge Okey leaves tbe Suprtm Court a tie, puliticsllv sneaking wo Demotrats and two Republicans. Judge Mcllvsine, one of the Republican judges, has been re nominated to m-reed him self. Tbere is a vacancy on the Repub lican ticket to GI, for which the Repub lican State Cf ntral Committee is called to meet in this city on the ivening oi the 20th inst That ia to say, tbe com mittee will decide whether to fill the plsc itself or whether it will call a conven tion for the' purpose of making the se lection. ... The shrewdest Rpuhllc4h leadrrs in tbe Stare concede tbat the election ot the sreond Supreme Jadge. and the chance of changing the political complex!on al ter court. Is a very serious complication, snd one that threatens the whole Repub lican ticket with defeat If the R?pub Means shonld be successful the Supreme Court would stand three Repnblicnr-s to two Democrats, with" tbe Republican members pledged to enforces' Scott or a Pondlawin defiance of the inhibition of the constitution. . .-; " The Liquor Vote. - : It is estimated hv Republican leaders that in .1883 from 15,000 to 20,000 Re. publican liquor dealers and their friends voted, the Democratic ticket becauee o' the Scott law and the Pond law, its pre decessor. wbJcn had bneo declared On cona'VoMonal.V; Ia 1884, afer the Su prepx (ourijb ad declared the Scott law also j(rVupe4Xt b tloriaV, these Repub-fcabs. wenfbatrk to their party allegiance, .and, wet wiHirig. to vote the Rvpuhlican lick et as long'as the Snpreme Court was not coi trolled -by G'v., Foster ql bis po litical associaies, who- mske tbe - liquor qo stion a constant isue in State poli tics. Hence, thev were qaite ready, to vote the Republican .ticket again this yeav up to the rJkatb (f.Juige.Okey, when they Were again Irougbt f ice to fice With tbe question of unconstitutional legislation -nndsr tbe direction of the Foster -wing of their paity as tbey were inl8S3;rv-' . . : ; - A New lcal W anted. ' 4 Tbe' R publican leaders were quid to see the danger, and the .committee, in stead.of following the universal custom of both parties in tbe State and filling tbe vacancy on tbe ticket, began to dilly dally and finally issued a call for tbe committee to rreet and decide bow tbe vacancy' haU be Blltil Tbere is a strong prfSnre fiotri one direction In lavor ot csl ing a new convention and Very thor oughly revising the ticket, even i it is necessary to witbtlraw ' tbe candidates and put up new ones, as well as adopt 'a new prat form end one tbat will appeal to the rank and file ot tbe party. TV defection of the colored v te for . F ir aker .and.the , weak-nest of the. Spring field, platform are both u grd as reasons for a .pew deal all around. , : " Republican Leadurs In a Stew Ou'tbe other t and it is bting arged that the Republicans shall not put np s candidate for ' the vacancy en the Su preme Bench, hut allow tbe Democrat! candidate ti be elected, and presort io; the present status ot the Supreme Court and : preventing the Republican l'q mi men' and their friends f on bolting th entire ticket ; Between tbe two opiniot s tbe Republican leaders are in a terrible ate wand they do not know which to adopt. - . '' 4- " "' " "' . ' -Tbt condition of sflairs, tsken in con nection -with tbe probability that the PcobfMtitniss will draw largely- from tbetri4a any event, leaves tbe Republican leadersTn anything but a 'happy ..frame of tnind.' The violent assaults upon Dr. Leonard, the Prohibition candi late f t Governor. iotoad of driving votes from him only hiS the effect of helping to Oil up his ranks. . ; W, A. T, Deathot Jostph' Rodger. Clarington Independent, 14th inst . ' We are deeply 'pained to bsve to so nounce the death of Mr. Jos pb Rodd ers, an old resident of this place, and "hose severe illness .we announced laat week; 'He died on Monday a'terooon at 3:15 o'clock. ; He had begun to im prove, rapidly the lattt-r part of last week. but was suddenly taken worse on Son day."' His familv and relatives at Pitta hnrg. Belpre snd elsewhere . were . tele graphed for,' some of them . barely get ling heie in time to see him breathe his last His ailment was dysentery, and inflimmation of the bowels sn in wbici soon terminated fatally. The funeral took, place on Tuesday at .S o'clock P. M , a large concourse following deceas ed to his last resting place in the Village cemetery. Mr K vtgers was one or onr best it is mis, but being a stesmboatman he was seldom at home. He was well respected by all who knew . him. Th relatives of the deceased hsve the sym pathy of the community In their aad and sudden bereavement. Deceased was in bis 64 h year . MAXWELL CONFESSES, . -ti y.. ! i i . - Not to the Mnrder of PreTler, But . . toa Sclieme to (Ibtatii lnu- j;. v ranee Money ? , '. " ?T 'Loots, Aognst 14. According to a' telegram from Ssn Frsnciscp publish! ed here. Maxwell, the alleged mu'derer of C, Arthur Preller, aays that in due time he will produce - Preller alive and well and show where be got the b'jdy in the trunk. Msx'reTr'asserts hat the body lu the trunlcfiS "'bought by himself and PreU ler'and Jef in the hotel for the pmposs of proenrisg insurance money ' upon Proiler's life . ..-. i Christians Massacred in Tonqnln. Paris, August 10. Gen. de Courcy telegraphs" from Hue as follows VThe leaders of the Black Fags bave vanished and ' their bands have dispersed. There are several esses of cboUra in the Ha', phong hospital. The Bishop of Qiin bnn reports that five missionaries and many Christiana hve beeo massacred in tbe province- of Blendinh and Phygen, and that 8.000 Christians hsve Bought refuge in Q iinbon, which is occupied by the French Ger. Prudhomme baa star ted forQiinhon." . . ' i t f Bnckleu's Arntoa Salve. Thb Best Salyx iu the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores,- Tetter, Chapped Hands, Cuiiblsins, Corns, and all' Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is 'guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, . or money refunded. Price 25, cents per box. For sale, by R. W. Port. t . The Chillicotlm Advertiser savs: On Tuesday several farmers in Green town. ship, threshed their, wheat . , Those re ported to us showed -the following: Thnmaa Mnaa. IOO acres an wad. threah. ed 19 busbela; Charles Goodman, f3 acres, 6, odsneis; ueo; Aeymour, vu acres. 69 b'isheld. This is a fair aaroo e jol the wheat crop throughout the county. ncUonagIe?iS;Rdgcr; mm MIDDLETOTJI. JI. li' Extract of Vanilla, in the purity lri Which we offer it, has the dcticaU; and Utt mistakable flavor of the finest Mexican Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring Ice Cream, Cat, and Custard. Give them a trial and satisfy yourself. jdueja.'jiBio; :tir,$yV, Dealer in General HardT7aro. Full Stock ot OtWiidow 6ias, Put FIIELF U00DS;H ty. Doors, Dash. ! ; ; :' STPlsnes. Pumps, Til. --- k ' -, -v IIcaTy ITard-r.J rronua-a ware. - gr s -. . Plow Mowers " iZeaper; Horse HsyS akes, Horse : Hay B CS TaoklvBar Iron, sfa "' 5 Forks and Carriers, H Wagon Skeina,Berb . "S3 UK Qrain Drills, Corn S ed FenoeWirt.iJope, Drills,Corn fihetlers.! DynamiU foi Blast. Feed Cutters, Farmfe2. " ' , fifciTing trees, stamps. Bells.: Stoves-- andg-.R: -'"'i) Tinware. B Phosphate. 1-oav Prices aU Times. nihil I sa?! III s a I I r Bam.au. W Is Recommended by Physicians1 WsnunuTutara and leUltwItba DOSlitrVO guarantee) that It win cur any can, an we will forfeit tbe ahavs asasis ifitfaibin a single Instance. It is unlike sajr oth.r Catarrk renedT.SS . Itistaken internatty. aetlnsupen the blood. If rou areHroubMiia this 'aiitimlagdisease,aakrourrmithtftwltaa4 Accarr 0 kMrranon ea ipiiiihih.. If be . has not got It, send to us and w will ferwatd ' tmmediat.lr. Price, 73 ceata per battle. ' F. J. CKENFV ft CO.. TnSedii. ft, XL W. FOPS, Agent, Weedsteid, Ohio, Ootober 14, 1884 1. v r . . For Meurafgit .. . For Ihuralgm i. For Kouralgfa . . For Mturalgia For Rheumatism .For Rhtumatim . For Rheumatism For Rheumatism ' ' For a Lame Back For a Lamo Back For a Lame Back . .. . v For a Lamo Back Doctor Thomas' Eclectrio gaittfrliPio ictrio Oit A - -' rw Oif ' f ' . " Doctor Thomas' Ecectrio Doctor Thomas' Eclectrio OH i i Doctor Thomas' Eclectrio 0'J 80XiS BT JLtl. DK-TjooiSTS." - ' RICI SOo. ana SIjOO. i- rocm, atasrai a oo Prop's, snrrAto, x. x .r nov26,84i.'; :-. ' '. i nciiEsrSwiir I acne at.i over What a common, en pression.; and how mutfh it rneaqs to m.an'f poor sufferer! These aches have a Cause, and more frequently thaq is gener ally suspected, the Cause is tta "Liver o Kidneys. No disease is more painful or serious than, .these, and no rem.edu is s ' prom.Pt aijd effective as & , , 1 .TIERS' . No remedy has yet. beeq discbWred ,th.at is so effective iq all KIDNEY AND . LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP SlA, etc., aqd yet it is simple end h.arm less. Science and n)edical skill have Com,bined with woqdertul success th.os herbs which, nature has provided for. the, cure of disease. It strengthens aqd in vigorates lh.e whole system, , ' m ?.J1t ' . ... u wwMun..MKU xjtm BTesamaa, once wrote to a fellow member who was aufferlnr from tndlffeetlon and kldnar f-im Try MliAlrrt Herb Bitten, I belim tt wlU m yon. I lToedlt for both tmliK ton awl iffeo. Uonol tbekidoera,anditiatlM moat woDoarfai . eonbinauoo of medidual berba I erer saw.1 i VISEIaXB HEkB SITTXBS. CO 625 fjommerca et, Philadelphia. -Parker's PlsaiaatWora Bymp XsverTaUa .SepejT.. . I-Vv'-;-' s-V .V". inKUNITYfrora ANNOYAfXS v KsMleitlrcrtrte finetandKtiwt. sty of Ulna lor wUlatauiUuK taestS. Every good thing la Ckxinter felted, and consumers are CAU TIONED agrainst IMITATIONS of these CLnneya made of VERY POOR GLASS. See tbat the exact labol ia on each chimney aa above. The Pearl Top is always dear and ' bright Glass. IlMafWelwredojriay CEO. A. tt ACCETh & CO. lltabnrg-h Ix-id Clnaa Works. FOR SALE BY DEALERS.' Vi maTO,'t5su6. p Bga 'aju j ' S . ' V' ' Vi-Wd' j7"" : K ffl I V, V S - $i i PaL. Oat 33th. 1322.. I r a . a a w m 1 i If .