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THE "I2IT OF DEMOCRACY.
TtESDlT, K0TEMBE5 24. 1353. " MASOIIC DIRECrjoftlV" V on bob Lonea No. W9 F. and A. If., meets at MmmU Hall im Wood. Sold, on Wadaaaday vwfn". tm or bafnc aoh full MMk H. B. Hill V. ILt Jab. B Haaaia, ' Woonamnji Oh a ft em Ho. B5. B. A. V. InM k Mmm Halt. Wodneld, mi Mow day Svmtnf after lull wwwm. J. f. SraiUO, at. K. H. P.; aa. R. lfoBBts, SVy. cnracn. omECTonT. .St Itt.TMTist'i Cathotjo Church Re. FntUsr W Bt N0 BR. Pastor. Services at 8 and It 'look A. at ' "-iay School iltr.ll, Yprs and Benediction itr.u. ) f K. K. OarjBCSt 3rvioae at ilia V. K. Ofctrofc. Waadsflald. vvry Sabbath.. Proacb- at 10:80 A. X. aad 1 P. It. Snndav oohool ):tt P. K. Prayer wwettner VMy Tbnreday nt 7 P. nv Pastor, Rt. H. D. STAurrBB. pBKfljiVTKBXAsT CirrjRfta Serrioa at Pros bytarlaa Chneeh. Woodaflatd. avary two woaka,. VtHaafc- Sabbath. Jan. 17th, I'i oVloek p. jc Praya Ifaatlaf evory Wadnaadav avwaina? at i 'laok. - Paator, Bar. W. T. QABBoWAr. ; ? :' ;': y r til. 0 C, WEST, local Editor. Ia4ex to New Advertisements.; TeecberaV Institute, a Commit ' . ; . ' l IIvy fall of snow. (Mt Sonday. . j Our piked Streets Joit the thing for lhf weather, I I ' t The; B Z. at C. btt new. depot b?il dit at Caldwell. r t Ifr.O. pQOLtov li Biting op akating tiik ob 8t ctinore treet Bic&xeb' bw mHl will ba ready for loalses ia i abort time. ' ' MrITQK Dan,' of St. ClalriTnie, la vWfif hi parenta la thuplaca. . Ur W. 8. Wat dm .opened t ltora XtB Covfl, WaabHagtoa townabip. : . TkMktsiTiDK dinner at tbe M. E X!hart1il)a ThnradayV the iStbTiat: Joiitra.UoRBra, ton ,of Hob Jr B. ,IlRBit ie dowa with typhoid ferer. , Sbetlff Lcors a new boaaa. ji a'moat completed aad preeerrle a flat appearance. , ; Tobaeco bavtre in Noble oaatyr , paying from 93 to 85 per hundred ponnda. MiaDBB Bbabo Titlted tbe family of Mr..GEonai.ETAJe ,atJeruemleo htt Capt. Wiluaii Docobkbtt laat week parchaaed the dweliin bonae of Mr. rjeeiaa Dartela thia place. - ' 7 Back wheal Flnor at B.rr Joku . 17 Mr. Jobiam Datu Intenda to re 'tsove lb New Tlataoioraa; Waahlogton (bnaty, in the near futnre. nr NdVla fba tioae W plant yonr Holiday "noticee andadVartieeaenta In tbe ooinmae of The pibit. . i , vn I7H B. Wtrr, W. F. Okkt, Wilub and Want Wcbt efl bere on Tneaday, "HbeJic faat:, for 'Fort Peck. Montana. tZT Mra L V. 1 illmak, who baa been vliUiog fileoda in Kanaaa and Nebraaka - for aoeaa time peat, returned home laat Tburadar. : : 'Auditor Atki! . baa pnrchaaad property la Cameron, ibla eoaittyaad will remove there tbie week. We wish kimaocEea,T 2 " V XTTbe memberao! the llfiib Ohio Segimeat are going to have a reunion at Oanoetoa jdb January let,-. Notice ia Ipnbliabed else here in thie paper. X7Fe line nf Pboto. Albums juat eceif ed at BEST JONK&.'. '" ' " -ljrTrfl)ttBa,lrthli.sW ' l"?tbi people of Belmont orprlaed their paator, uev. JC Htaoav with m doon Xiov party Utv other evening.": v' " 0B'glBniBg ' to eceiTa Holtday Cooda at (be well known Toy Store. ' 7Doa't fail to g to" the M. E TburAandgrfa Thanksgiving dlnnet oa. Tharaday. Boaat tarkey, crasher rj aaoc,"oVc.' Adult,' 20 cenirchildienf C5 cents.' -v.;-, ' '-' m f t ii w we' i mmut tau mia ia uk foaaawaaoa of the year when yoor wear a ovtfrcorft wse U?, a tbto c.oat the aec. oad,j iporona ptaater tbe third, aad 4 Jroctor'w'biH the fourth. '--!r , un.', - " tfc'. ' '-- -- ' ' t : tn ie K&tb'St.okii, of Cellaire, a young lady aged about 1? yeara, 'drop ped daad at tbe Niagara rink on ?atur ay rerong. Her death wae ateed by toart-tiaeaBe, aawat Wcely reperrnduced by the erercise of Mller akatlng, and tba'exciteaienC , ..L riv 1 ;.,y. - ,.... , ., JET How pr odd I Biea. " He harnena. ta tbeTorked Ugh tain g and ; putt a crnp. per finder tbe tall of tba brnoatra. ' He paint tba town red at aigbt and tats sJtonrfng bJ Ksee up and pole on bil plug hai with a abo borh.. , Mao,. Win be liven, wants toe earth - and when he diet tbatli i all 'Wa tet Nj. 8ell Ton CnnDolU O'rw tbe following in voor reader : 1 1 1 1 3 4 a I tt 1 I I 8 I 10 ll. 12 "Tke wire" card ; number ' tbem as tlbovt ; tow the idea la to jlace them in ait; pUeav bat yow mat f amp two cards tvery time, as place No 1 orf No'. 4, etc. "TCy UVeaMmaled . that a watoot'tVee! Increaaaa tor Talna fl per year. This are incrjaalogjtbe rale ot ypiorj land 5,000 a year. If there ia a hiil-aide, a oerner-of foot pasture, or a fluid which ia too atony for nee, immediately, before t if ronnd ia frosen, j plant , it ia black bllDnlsWlth'a aack of walnuts thrown oye? your shoulder, And! ao az or spade ta yoar band, yon are ready for wot k. Drive the at or. spade in the ground, pry -open a fisare, and ' at tba depth of ab'iut? threft incbea place a walnut, tben withdrawing the apade oloae the ground Titkoat foot. - Th81ck iad tbf-,ltltcd abould eairaTKle- Qrlgga tooosa.iod oonaalt DrpAojt H bn been trttellng tbtoagb Ibia conn ty lor tbe pait 21 -erat in BIairiid. By tbe Ro. C. M. Rol 1885, Mr. Lbamdcr A. Wrrrtir, Princi pal nl J hit Sardla acbool, and Hiaa Rina J. Gardkh, both of Monroe Co., Ohio. , - .. - Twlna Dora ta October and Sorem .; . . tntr. WaBiOToa Co , Nor. 18.4883 Mra Juxib McWilim, wife of Jamu McWiLiia, gare birib to twin, a boy baoyVaa born October, StsC '1885, at biz o'clock in the erening tad a girl ba by bora Nov. lat, 1883, tbe babe4 both toge'her weighed 14 ponnda and 13 onncta, and at tbia writing are liviftg end doing well." j : .. i -.t . iaTBy reqaeatot, a lady ourreipon dent we pabliah wedding annifetaariea, aa folio wa: ; 1 . : -v . ' MThe paper wedding, 1st anniraraary ; atraw weddinf, 2d anniversary ; candy wedding, 31 annlreraary; leather wed ding, 4 b annnreraary ; wooden wedding Sth anniretaary tin wedding, ;10h an nlreraaryiioeruwaidiog1! 12.h : apniver ury;. floral wedding,' 20th anniveraar? ; ilver wediling, 23th annirereary ; pearl wedding. SOih. anaiy at ia.-chLaa wed. ding, S5ib anniveraary .coral wedding. 40tb annlveraary ; bronia wedding, 45th anntveraary ; golden weddinjt 50th an niveraary, dlamobd wadding, 75th anni terawy : V . ni fi I In the expresaion. of President CiJtrcLAiro'a proclamatfon.' bn Thanks giving Day, Thuraday, Noy.J J6;h, - let there be a reunion of families,' sanctified and chastened by tebder memoriee and associations, ; and let tbe eoeial inter course of jTrienda with pleasant reminis cence renew .their ilea-or affection and etrengthea the bonds of kindly feeling. And let ca by ao meana forget, while we !Zk TJT-Jr: ..lVr." grateful heaifta an "inclined tVdeedTof wuHiii w v w unii juu 1 1 Tea uat "'J' charity, aad that a kind and thoughtful raaembrabof of tbe poor will doable the pleaaure of oar' condition, and ren der our praise and thanksgiving more acceptable in the eight of the Lord." , Attontlnn. 8oldira ot the HOtb O. v. i. . There will be a reunion of tbe lftfcb 0 V. I. held at Clarington, Monroe CoH O , on Jan. 1st. 18S6. A thia ia tbe first reunion that wae erer held In Win ter we hope to hare a full attendance and ae this Regiment bad fire comyaniee from Monroe County we ahould ' bare all of Ita membera who lire; in the conn ty to cpaae.tq tbia reunion, , as it will be the greatest time we erer had aince the war. We will bar a general good time music bg Braae Badda, Dram Corps and Glee Clubs from all parts of the coun try aad the. old. blood atajned , Qge -of the Bigiment will . be here ao the com rauea can nave snoiucr iook ai mem Experience meetinge will bel held, where the old reminiacencea.w.ilL.be'tebearsed Gov. Hoadly and Governor-elect Fora- ker are exiiectedto be in, attendance.'; : Cdme, Everybody. ; ;;. .i. ; Col. 8. Tachapptt. Lnnli Stoehr. - - Corp. J. Keyeer.. Loula Sulsberger 9. Oatea ' - C. M, Blowers. J as Hall. ; ; Crma Spricga. Area Monetlr Math Atkinson. - C rp. J. W Devpre E I w'd Muhlemao Ales' Herman. . ' W. S. Hardesty. A Sad Cteae.1 t a a v , Dr. Diiloh Stbabl, " who ie well knows to the peoplr of .Eastern . Oiio, ia an inmate of toe Guernsey County 'Infirmary, and hopelessly insane. Tbe aad eonditioa to which this one prom (rlagyoaag nan baa beeb reduced is only another illustration of tbe ru .SwrOugbt ? by. whisky In thie lint of ttotxht ita taker City Uirpendent aayai MTbe history and example of Dr S'raw,-wltte ill itaterriblenesa are excep tionally aad. --He waa one . ot . the moat talented phyaiciana in the Slate and well versed in everything. vHe began yield ing to Mel8JBpter.v Ha wta'ajtrried. The wife died afflicted, negleo'ed and brokeji hearted. Many times be reform-, ed but It waa tne old a'ory of brdken yowa About two rears aijo some friend .... rt i..v.i T!,.. -4 ' t ,t ' "1.4 treatment.. He returned cured, with no desire wlja'eVer foratimolantaj ;He aald ae reit perfectly well but like a child, de airing bo strong food. What a rejoic ing among mends ana among toe entire comtnunitr where eo many had eucb gieat confidence In bia skill aa a pbysi cian. After aome - weeks . apenL at Bl moot, bia former home, Dr. Strahl came to visit bia friends near town. Here the etll one, -in the h ape of a man, met htm with nis Tnouence. tie came nrst aa a friend rrj iicing ortrtbe recovery of the victim to health. Once perhaps twice he came to town and had atrenglb U re. far the tempter. Batt.llnallr Yielded. the old Urea which J&A near I r died oat were ainaiea in to asmee and now only ai . t ' miaerable wrrcknarki tbe . aite where once etool, a noble mind, coltnred and mightv to lie power ami poeiibilitiee. tfla relatives have kindly cared for and endeavored to help him, bat all to no parpoae." -. . ','' ,'.J The writer aad Dr. Stbabl were mem It ire of. tbe 44 1 Ohio Beglmeot. . Tbe DocKor waa Hospital Steward,' and wae cenaidered a talented yauag maa well poated on almost any subject. Bat hie appetite for ntroug drink waa beyond bia control and proved bia ruin.-Eo Spirit. : J- ; '--- , . . , . A ("inter dot m: recently eold in New York for 12 700. A woman baa been elected Clerk of Harper county, Kansas There) la a clock In Mtd-tletown, Conn., that has kept time for 227 years Prof. Agae! ia the wealthirat, of American sdeotlsia. He ia a million- elra.;,. - - - ' -;- ' ; There la a movement in Erie for the erection of a monument to Commodore Perry. ' . Lord Randolph Churrhl'l it the only member of the IMttah Cabinet who U addicted to emoking, A. man In Crowley Tex., c'aims to heTe the blgg-at hor ever raised in this country. It weighs 900 pounds. A Georgia man has kept a bale of cot .too f or 20 years, thinking that each year would tee the article at tba price wbioo tie tbioka it la worth. JACKSON TOWNSUIP ITEMS TBAtRpaT Daw, NotTIl iTsS" Ed. SpibitY Apples, xboice, 70o toil per barrel. Mr. Benjamio Stine started for Mis souri, where be intends to make hia fu ture home. Mr J ;jJ9lsqm"1a :doia?.faitrul work In the new school house ( Ml E'na J having entered upon the aecond rear ol his work. Hia Itbor l highly apprecia ted by tba -people. Tbe school ia well sustained,: had .the outlook ia rather en couraging The health of the community is rery good at the present Writing .. NriOBBOB. OniTUARY. Dito. Near Antiocb, October 13 1 885,-of- typhnid ferer, Joan Miltok Dcrrr, aged 27 years. Tbe deceased was a verv wnrthv and consistent member of the M E Church, having united with the same in hia youth and lived Christianity lilt called to tbe cburcb triumphant The wriirr of tbia notice was person ally acqiainted with bim from Ma child hood - till hifdeath, and Can truly eay that he was a yowg man of great worth Honest and reliable U all hia baa'ne-e ransactlona with bis fellows, a rerv kind and affectionate husband and lather,CaIm and considerate in bin dally evocations, he was beloved by- all who anew him But in the prime of life be wss called a war, leaving a wife and one child with notnernua relatives and friends to mourn the lose of oce ao dear. J -. Farewell, htubandl wa -hall mla thee, Hit thy eorain), ibIm thea here, ) Bat ere loan we hope to meat thee la that land so bright and alear. V , , J T. C. OD1TUARY.:; 3 auk Mcwooo SontLUs. aoa of Ra chel McKcitit, of. Round Rvtom, Monroe Coontr. Ohio, was bora Ntvm ber 20, 1870, and died October 23, 1S85. Deceased . bad .been a patient sufferer for aeverai montba, bat bad eo lar recov. ered aa to be able t go ahou' again and had gone in epend ..thewwinter with his aunt. Sue Neff, at Glencoe, Belmont County, Ohio, i where be died of menin gitia. Th remaina were interred in the MP to". Bound I PottOtflk Deceased waa a promising young man of splendid mental abtliiiee and kind and loving disposition, which won for him many warm trienda. He bore bie enffcr ing with a patience' and fortitude rarely aean in those of maturer age. Many aad -tender are the Ilea which bind as together in tbie world of eorrow, and especially thoae of parent and child But deatb eeveralhem all. In the darkest hoars af onr aHio'.iori when our apilif aeema almost willing in give over the contest, theovhonld wa he able to recognize the hand of Him "who doeth all thioge well, and gather com fort from the '.bought thai onr loss ia bis eternal gain. Flawerstn the world'a brnai Bald. Stand among the witheled leafes, ' And the Baaper with hia eojrthe " Gathers all IntoTiU'inivoi ""While1n life ws are In teala.- Young and old around s fall, 'Ne'er ean wtf the fleeting breath . . Baok Int) its mansion call. Beit in peaor, thy labar done, v From thy earthly ear-a set free. Wait the riaiag of the tan Whan shall dawn eternity, W. 4 , .Noble Coantj lUpubHoaf, 19ih last Probable Murder. c At Elba, on the night of tbe 10th; oc curred a etabbing affair that will likely be the death of one of tw brother who were tbe participants; Wm Adllngton, a young nnn , of 19, was em3lovel . in Peeve aaloon as barkeeper. - Charlie, an older brother and an oil well driller and too'-dreper. who had 'been drinking, came into the aaloon and concluded be would help bia brother run tbe bar. Tire occasioned an altercation, and the older brother caught np a , pitcher and threw at tbe bar-keeper, doing no Injury. The bar keeper grabbed up a kcife and tbe two closing together, the older brother received several cute, one of which nearly severed the jugular vein.; and Is the wound that may produce fatal re aulta. X7m. Adllnztonv raw arrested. and placed in ihe Marietta Sail pending the results of the frjuriee of hia brother. The broihera bad "bo ill-feeling towards each other, and this tragedv ia only the fruits of drinking bad-whisker. .Whis key deitioya all the nobler, impulse . man a nature, and makes bim a human fiend that forgeta all the closer tiea tba! Ijn eqber momenfjare tba highest prized VMM -, . v v Ward aa Errand'Bby. e,.Nair ypBv ; Nov, 19 J-'Ferdisaad Ward'a work at Sing Sing haa been changed , instead ot grinding atove castinjte. br orka as errand boy or por- ter, carrying castings from place to place hi the building and aometimea acroai the yard, whicV givea him an'f'pportuni'y to get a little air Warden Brush aays be thinks that Warl is getting stronger. Ward Ie etill the most melancholy look log captive In the place. iWFarming pay a fr-in event .. point of view. The idea that a larmer can make an Independent living bv bard wwnVbukouiootVge rich. -ia full" of error. Farming cannot be om pared with banking, because a man has to get rich t eometbiag edaa before be can.be a banker. JSit when due allowance la made or tie diflerent amount ol capital in- rested, we rentnro to . ee-ert tbat the average farmer v makea -more money, worke less, haa better health and Uvea onger than the average banker. Backleu'a Arnica 8are .J Thi Best Salts in the world for Cats, Bruisesl Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenm, Ferer Seres. Tetter. Cbartoed Hands. luilbiaina. Corns, and ill rkin .Erap lions, 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. Pops.. A Chicago man sent the tax rr efver of tbat city 8850 aa conscience money. Tba sewpayerr are trilngj to find out wnoofli.j A little child in Nantic, Mats., waa at tacked bv a guinea ben tbe other dav. Tbaebild'a bead waa badly acratcbed and ita eyra almost put out. The bird waa driven off with great difficulty. A Boston chemist has discovered a war of extracting an essential oil from onion, with which tearsean be produced at pteaeare One diop or thie oil on a handkerchief will prodnee a eopion flood. The oil bida are to bare a large sale. . A society of lady artiata In San Fran, ciseo do an"t know whether to call it aell "lady artiata" or "women artiata." The momentona qaestion is to be submitted to a board of arbitrator. . g m -. m ..!8ocre(tary Lamar Warna tbeCouu I . I J I A It V! v I I nAK Wll vbvniivi vkVnilUii in mesi or ma aesirabto things, w nave read'or sale, fresh from the makers. - THe Best Made tnd Most Perfect Oaraitrata erer otored la the tewn. '. GIVE UsT CHANCE fcafofo sandlnf away or Buying from l?ed tilers- Call ao wtmt ywiar Orrei Terra caa do for yen. .I.,..? ,-aBsnnnmBi Prices, trom $3 50 to $20. A small CSOICI MISdlH abo. LOT of CSILDSBN'i aad RORRIS ootsas. A AnVSTROIfO. - iVThe laat thing at which General McClellan worked on tbe day of bia death waa an account of tbe battle of Antietam He waa preparing a aeriea of articlea for tbe Century Magazine and tbe first of tbem waa to be one on An ielam. It was not flnished. From be tween the leaves of a book lying on the General' a table when be died protruded numeroua pagea of manuscript. The book waa an authoritr the General had been consulting, and the manuscript waa the half written article on hia moat far HIUUb TJaltre; ' 1 -..., . .. ." w itarThe Great Eistern, tbe largest aUamship in the world, waa eold at public anction in London on Wednesday for 29,2C0-equal t 8131.000. ; The en! of tbia res-el was no les than IS.- 650,000. Tbe Great Etatern launched January 31, 1853. ia 680 feet long, 82 feet wide, and as feet deep, while her tonnage la rated at 28.093. Th'f nrodig ioua rapacity has never been rqialid by an v floating reeael or approached to wtihin 25 per cent, except, perhaps, by Noah'a ark, whiob, ia nsuatly estimated at aometbing more than 21.000 tooa. ?irThere ia much truth in the remark that if the Democrats thie year bad done nothing ele bat clean oat Mahone and bia gang In Virginia they would bar accomplished a great work. But when in addition to thia the hare confirmed tbeir poaer in NewYirk and strength ened the administration by that achieve ment it must be admitted that the po litical advantage f tbia year haa been on inair siie. - me verdict or last year oaa oeen repeated and emphasixed. 4 rfci-. rrrTT er. FAsmoir A TEB. MM la kmr IIOIfTEY. ! aa.00 ui C E-iACWMAJUK a Mart LfABM- ; NEW LOCALS. fqTNew Fall and Winter Millinery at MRS. N. J. CLARKE trTHALHEIMER'S BalimoreClo hing Company just have oiend a Branch Honae at Sum-oerfield, in Nhle County, in R. F. Meek'a rom This firm haa their own Factory at Baltimore, Md aad bav large CjOlbing atorea v tamondge, WewwmeretoWn, Caldwell and other towne in this State. Tbey keep good gooda and aell very Cheap, and at one price to all. Give them a call, and yon will be astonished how cheap you caa bay a good Suit or Over coat for yonriell, boy or child.. rJTBny the light running and bent NeW Home sewing machine at U. E. HABLANS . tWTtit leading Stovea of ie season to be found at MRS. O O. SNVDEKS GOTO JOHN BUBKU ART'S For yonr Boots, Saoxs and Sols Lsatbss. ' novl8,81y. . fVR'KBng, Sponttng and repairing, cheaolr and Beatiy done at MRS. O O. SNYDERS. . Don't loae tbe opportunity while at the Fair of aeeing the cheap Stores and Tinware at Mrs. O. O Shtdcrs. . MEA.T MARKET. Freeh meat everyday. Bologna, San sage'. Bacon and Lard. aprl785. " CHAkLES- TOSS. tarFi'l atock of Hegtlfljpnd C00k In? Stores Rod oar prioes will lie easy ws the pockttbeok. Call and ' ascertain our hargaina. : C E HARLAN. AVCall at HARLAN'S for anthing wanted in Hardware Hoe, atock la full and comolete and p'icee are lowest. ENTIRE STOCK . 0 r. u SELLING AT COST. .:di . j' e J WS Uil at TRi Spirit offlee' for job print, ing from n visiting eard np to a fall sheet poo ler. : aahmv Beads, tra-lMas eard on eaveloDoa. tatemoaU and bill heads printed short nouoa. ... ft--' lltTottWant Hardware YOTJTO CALL Oil O.EalLAJLAJC, Stoek fall and oomplote, and prtoss oonsist ent with the hard timet. BOORS, SASH AND GLASS, " Lower than Wheeling prioas. STOVES AND TINWARE at extremely low prioes. 33xior3rcji3"V7'a,B:oixs Phospttato, Grain Drill a. Feed CntUrs, Corn Sbellors, Corn aad Cob Jf ills. Lamps of a 1 kinds. Sewer pipe. Tilinar Fronts and Orates, Waxen fkaina. Boring itfaoblnea, plow,tim. Otby and olorar seed, apple parors Ao, Ao. Hilverware &JeAvelr3 angSVSS, GOO? i Bet tor the Ukiahoma uoomera. Washinqtos, November 18. Spcre tary Lamar haa sent the following letter to J. Wade McDooald, counsel for the Oklahoma boomers, at Wlofleld, Kan : Sir I have read your letter ot the 4th Inst, stating tbat none of the per sons againat hom indictments wer pending in the United States Court in Kansaa have gone again into tbe Indian Territory or In any way broken faith In respect to tbe agreement In pursotno of which the dismissal of pn aecntlon waa ordered ; also tbat Captain Couch bad, at your request, gone q tietly into the Territory with a view of ascertain Ing the-nuaVr of persons there. " The persons against whom the crim inal proceedings were pending were tbe representative of a class of persona banded and associated together for the pnrpoat of unlawful invasion of the In dian Territory. It wae npon assurances and promises made by yourself and oihereto this department ant the De- partment of Justice tbat the 'Oklahoma boomera," Coocb'a colony" or any ol the persona associated therewith, would mtke no further atteop'a at unlawful settlement within the Indian Territory and that they bad disbanded their organ ilition, that the criminal proceedings were stopped. It is with grrat disap pointment that this Department learns of tbe renewal of tbe attempta at unlaw ful Inrasion of the Territory by these same persona, whatever may be tbe name or the title under which they are banded or Organ'xed. This will make tbe gov. ernment more cautious in any furore .dealing with tbem. Mr. Couch abould -not go into tbe Indian Territory for any parpoae, and if he does go, without a permit, he would be guilty of an open violation of law. ,', . -4B- t - . i . A Wonderful Guth CnrcuQo, November 16. A French Canadian residing at 89 Sholto street haa invented a cannon which he claims ia aoperior to any other mke' at present in oe. It operates on tbe same princi ple as does a repeating r:fh and eijry ahott per minute may be discharged, while all danger of tbe arm becoming heated, and' poes.hly tanaing a prema tore explosion, Ie - obviated, - an advan tage which bat few cannons poaseaa.' But two men are required to operate it. and they may he entirely ehtelded from the encmy'a attack by a large metal screen. Tbe gun, which is affixed to a pivot and may be instsntly pointed in any direction, is provided with i combi nation lock, ao tbat In case of capture by the enemy it will be entirely useless unless the combine; ion ie known. It Is mended to be need chiefly for elege par poaee, bat can be attached to a carriage end operated ia tbe field 3 also. It has a range capacity of five miles. Kailroala In China - New York, November 16. At a re sult of the visit of Baron de' Lor me, a company baa been formed in this city to build railroada in China. . It ia asserted that tbe emperor of China haa decided in favor of the American railway aye tern, and tbat he will ixend all po-aible aid to American capitalists. - Tbe only tttempt at railroad building in China waa that begun in 1857 from Wooaung, on tne lang tae-Ktang river, to Shan ghai, a distance ol twelve miles, which was received with such opposition br the natlres tbat tbe project had to be abandoned. Since that time, the baron claima, a great change baa taken place Sn tbe feelinge of tbe people aa well aa the policy of the government, and In stead of opposition inreatora would find ready aid and assistance ia auch projecta. ... A number of prominent, people are interested in tbe matter. COMMERCIAL. GROCERY S1ARKF.T. OOBBBOVSD WBIKty bt a. SoarwArraa. a ft sao Mobdav, Kovambef 23, 188b. Hour, per bbl, ehoioe Si 00 Pattad g sack. 70 Wheat, per bnstlfL bow .. . . 90 Oats, per btuhsl, ' , . 25 Corn 81a40 Corn meal, par bashel .............t. 0 B 14 IS 15 10 It 8 ? 80 60 35 10 S Bookwheat floor, per lb. Coffee, green, ehoioe por lb . - raoey roasted, Arbaoklos per lb ...... ftgars, granulated, standard, per lb. .. powdered, pars," ... A standard - .. Yellow, ehoioe, , M olaasos, Sorgham . . r .- Orleans Sftmp, pare sugar, per gallOB.. . mixed, . . " : Rioe, Carolina ehoioe hed, per lb.... , . broker, . t .... Salt ....1 40 , SiXJtD OOODS. Peaohos flnott No i good No S as to 12, 12i : pie Re $ ... rmmmmtmmm t- U. m visa.. mm vm p. 0.. .. Boebtoak No J Baker's Ne 8 Cera Wlnslow No 3........ ,., Baker a No Af piss, ohoioo No 12J , IS 16 10 Homier, pet lb 2 Tea t inost per lb elboloe .. fBODffOB. , ' BVTUe. Baoon aoground,perU.., 7 . j . Bams ......8 ,; V , '8 , EUouldar " ...... s Botiorpsr lb " Iggs per dosen.. .....18 Srooa Apples porbBshot...,. .40 Saans. nary, par ib 2 - Dried paaebos 8 Dried applas M .. ...... . 3 - Potatoea por bashel. . ....... 40 . Onions per bashel 40 SKLUIO 10 li il fto 3 ie .4 SO (0 riiatleld stN:tc Marstet, Nov 23 Cattlt ' a2c2 per pound Sheep Saiu per pound. Hogs 34c pet pound gross.. ... . . . CtUCNgav Nov. 20.Flonr 3 00a4 90; Wheat 89a90c ; Corn 42c . Oata 28c ; Rye 61c - ., . . S New Twrk. Nv 20 flour 3 40a5 65; Wheal 89a97o; Corn 54c, Oata 374lc ' tlaclaaatl. Nor. 20 Floor 4 00a4 65; Wheat 97u; Corn 47c : 0 tie 30c; Rye 65c. Philadelphia. Philadxlphia. Nor. .10 Flour 3 75a 5 60 i Wheat 90.91c t Corn 54a55c; Oata 38c; Bye?0c CATTLKiURRETS. Wheeiias Ure sth Market. WhrelinO, Nor. 21, 1885. The market Ibis week was a little bet ter. Tbe cattle market is flush and tbe ebeep market is Idst Sight of. Messrs Hudson & Bayba furnished the follow ing quotations J Utile 1,000 to 1.100 lba a'ock 3-4 3jo. per lb : 800 to 900 lbs. 3i3Ja pei lb.. 700 to 800 lbs., 22o per lb. nogs mar net active; 3i3jc per lb. Sheep Dull 2s3d per lb. Lambs Good, at 3a4e per lb. Calves 3 000 00, per bead THE. PENALTY PAID . r. ;r- ,vk it i w; -.; i snamwBWaBBaBB V FOB TEEASON A61INST THE QUEEN. Lonln Rlel Hdng fjy tiie Cahflwllrfd AnthorltiM ArcorxtlnJ- to the ' i ProerarameMTho tteltel ! Ltad' -er .MeetlB Hia Fate Unfl ncti-' iiislyNopevfch Mude. -.. - RroiHA. N W.' T Niv. 18. After tbe departure of his visitors, yesterday. Kiel waa left in tbe sole company Of bia spiritual adf iaor, who performed Ulster! lor him daring tbe esrlv portion of the night: The condemned man then" lflhl down and appeared to sleep aonndlt, bot awoke At an early hour tbll morning and resumed bis devotion. ' ",t The same extraordinary prefantion against tbe possible escape of Riei or tbe iotrosion into tbe barrack fly im au thorized persons; was obser ed again tbU mornine. At a mile Ifffh the bar racks mounted parrels challenged all persons and compelled them tfJ disclose written passes, hile two other, l.'hes ol guarda were stationed at. point! fiesrer tbe post,, where the esme precisions were again ohaerved. No one waa permitted to entef ihe guard-room until 8:12 o'clock, the scene presented llien was that of Riel on the scaffoM. with Per- Andre and Fa ther McWilliams with hire, celebrating mass. Riel was on bis bended knee, wearing a loose woolen enrtoat. gray trousers and a wco en ahirt. ' On hi feet were' nmecasine the only feature of his dress that partook of the Indian that was in bim. ,;. X" " i! ! ': ! . on tbe scArreLD. . 1 He received the notice ' to proceed to toe scsnoia m the same composed man ner shown tbe preceding night on re ceiving the wsrning of bis fate. Hie face waa foil uf color, and he appeared 10 nave complete eir-poset-ion, reapon dirtg to tbe service in a dear tone. s. ine iat saerflrllent wss taken by the condemned wfthin the guard bonse prop er and fieaf the opening Which led to the scaffold. He responded, to the Latin pfiTbrs with a full and clesr voice while on bis bebrled knett. When the ' mo ment came for hffil to - rise ' to hate bis srms and band pinidned. he kepi look ing op, alowly repeating h'l prayer. ne men waiaeo tbrougb toe contracted opening ana down tbe narrow aairway wun ma lace turned away from the few civilians and soldiers who stood shout me opening. When be wss about to take bie place on the trap tbe deputy sheriff aaked if. be bad anything to aay. ne rurnea to hia confesaor. Fere Andre and ir.qiired: '-Shall I not aay a few words? lo,n quickly replied tbe priest inrrencn. "Make this your laataacri flee and yon Will be rewarded." BK BAD SOTBISO TO SAT. " f Kiel turned and remarked in English, nave nothing lo asy " There was some delay in adjusting fh fltfoaV but Riel did not remark apod It Ind a tbe white cap cloaed oyer bim. he waa to be heard distinctly repeati-g bis prayers. uanng tne night Fere Andre nrsred an on Riel not to attempt an address oa tbe acanold ami suggested that a reprieve might still be on its way, bnt this idea Riel strenuously repelled. He said Ie knew bis hoar bed come and that he was not only prepared hut that he would not have it anr other way,' and aa nothing but tbe alternative of prison for lire awaited bim death was preferable to that. There was barelr a q iiver a the drop fell, and hia death ws pronounced an easy one. Tbe execution of Riel is to be follow ed at Battleford by the banging of ten maian enters for atrocities committed during the recent rebellion and in each I instance for murders committed. This will close the book of criminal proce dure growing out of the Northwest war. as tne other persons convicted were for prison sentences, all of which are now being served, out. The execution ot Riel wss managed by a man named Jack Henderson, who waa a captive of Riel'a in tbe rebellion or 1870. r . KIEL'S 8AHITT QrjKfTIOBrD., . Bv CbsrlfS McWilliams, who assist, ed Father Andre in hia attendance upon Riel daring. hie last boors and who was a class-mate o' the rebel at Montreal College in 1860, is firm In the belief that Riel wae inaane, and ao exprreaed him self to a represents ive of the Associa ted Prese to-day. In thia belief he ad. dressed i letter isst Mondsy to tbe Gov ernoj deherll Uf Canada, citing hia firm eonvio'ion arid edvlflg that while be deemed Riel a dangeroda person, accor ding to hia belief, if the sentence of death waa carried out his blood wonld be upon tbe bead of bis Exeelleecy Lord Lin. downe and bis Immediate adviser. He addressed a similar ; document, to Sir John MacDonald, Prime Minlater. ' Rev. McWilliams haa in hia posses aion a aeries pT Utters written by Riel within tbe past tea days, which serve as a partial Index to hia character and his claim to being patriot and likewise a prophet. B el's handwriting is bold and moderately regular. He banded Father McWlliiama the following November 9, four hoars before be beard or hia res pite: . - . .1 RtetvA Jaiu Nor 9.-()i the 4b of November. 1885. it waa rvalol tn m. I "yonr death ia reprieveii." There are - - --na w aj a. a, ten lawyers. On the 9 h, in the morn ing, It waa said to me from above! "The council wi'l meet. Tuesday on your in dic'ment." f Signed 1 Loots "DAno" Riix These happenings trsnspired as be in- mcaiea in nis paper. All letters are J a . J t 1 - ' . m mm a.. signed Lome "David". Riel; tbe word David invariably being qnoted. . ' When Baby ;wae afck, wa gar kr CaHsrta, WaahawaaaChad, sl-erkftWrh ' -. WiMa :'-:a beeam Mlat, aha elnng ta Caatarla. wTMrnshaWCliiMitUgaTatWCat ltemarka ot Itieh WtjtKtrto. Nor 19. V.re Andri. Kiel's confessor, bad. an interview with t'te condemned man just before tbe exe cution, of wh'ch the following la tbe aubstance: S ferring to the killitlg of Scott in 1870, Riel said it was only a pru litical mia'ake, not a murder. SirJoho McDonald was now doing the same thing in respect to blmSelf. He con derhnfld Scott because it was necesasry for the good f ihe country. It ended a rebellion! - An to the cruelty-of tbe execution, it was a piece of mismanage ment tor which he Was dot responsible. Riel declared that Gabriel Dumont forc ed him into tbe recent rebellion by warn- ng bim that if he did not do something to bring the government to terms the people would desert him. He further declsred tbat he refrained from attack ing Prince Albert and Fort Csrleton, be. causa be. knew the Indians with him wonld massacre the people of iboae places. Riel refused to divulge the place of Scott'a burial, asyieg, "that ia not my aecret I have been pardoned once for bia death, but am going to die for it BOW.". afigeV from CatcCrrh' that iceedlnjly elitngfeeaW and very Prevalent dlaewei tatarth, Is cauwd by scrbf r. fiibns Ulat U tbe llnodi - Bood't Bahaparilla, by 1U powerful pariryiriji and riUllzirig actltm upon the blood) speedily remorei the cause, and thus egects 8 f dSlcal arxt pertrlilnetrt etire of catarrh; Those who suffer rrom Its Variea aymptaatu ancflrfilorBible flow I rum tbe notKi offenaivo breath, ringtflg aoS bunting noises In the eara, swelling W the soft parts ot the throat, perrons prostration, etc should take itood'sSarsaparUlaandbecurEai ' ; ' The Dett Medidntf 1 hare suffered with catarrh U tuf beta (or years, and paid out hundreds ot dollars fur hiedlctnea, but have heretofore received olliy temporary relief.: I began to take Hood's Sarastptrllla and now my catarrh U nearly cured; the weaknesa of my body ta an gone, toy appStito is good-In fact, 1 feel Itkeanotlier person; food's BarsanarlllaUUis'uest med icine I hare erer taken." lias. A. Cvbiiimo BAsti Piovidencej Bt ti , ; ; 9 barsa Bold by an druggtstS ti sli for ti if arte i bntyby&LHOOD tt bo, Lowell. Mass. I IOO Dose One Dollar. i- 5 ;5r.orj.t :.'Vv-"-'i ; ' . s$mi few. a-rwin avauj ncno, anaisstsu . Dr- Pgin has bad tweuty-five years prictico la curing old complaints, Md hsi ".e?r'.';S,rw,.ei8htfen tbousand of the WMst C2$ of chronic disease Hi ytesa ' ftf itieditSiUQ i Is no lfflBfotemefit Di iuj old systetri it Is eJlt'rcjr tftHtm wUh him. ' No other physicirfn knows the nature and propcrtii of Dr. Faglti's remediaa. In curing diseases his medicines have a direct ana positive effect only on those parts : . that are diseased. He fpund, twenty years ago, tbat some plants possessed orjanie plant life and would impart life to those organs of the body that are diseased and give f them atrength and Jrgulate their action. He also found that other plants would weaken certain orgami of the body and obstruct their action. And ao, by ' nutin" trial rf mim rfifTurnnf. t-iVl. nf it..h K 1 .1 . 1 j ... His remedies contain only organic plant elements and are exactly adapted to the ' Blood, Secretions, Brain and Nerves, and medicines that will operate upon all these v at once will cure any chronic disease ot whatever nature. In hia practice be uses bo Hledicines thfltsre emponndrd In-, drag stores, and carries over one hundred . different kinds of medianes with bim;. He has restored to health many -whom -I other physicians baye abandolied.as: Incurable-. He. wishes to impress it very Itfrtngly on the minds of all, that the most esee-fltiitt add jbtWtatnt thing is to have V medicines that are adapted to all the different organs of ths body and it is jot such medicines that bd has prepared by twenty-fire years hard labor and experience ; and at an exbense of more than twelve thousand dollars. Over three millions of his circulars have" aJready been distributed and aay one desiring to read his large ' paper, eotitatlfJirlff orib hundred ami. fatty certificates of the most important ctireaj can get them at the hotel or by ipplying.to the eity bill poster, . , In ai 1 much a he baa mado regular r)sits to the different towns on bia route for tbe last fiftetti trr twenty f Safl HBd has ttiilt Up if good feptttatlpn, hia success de bends npon kWWrJjf hp that reputation; and o the public beedharo po fe.irtbat he will tisfl gfijf deceptidfl Of try to treat Any case he cannot cure. - Notice the date . .' Of his visit to vour place and come and talk with him he charges nothing for eon- saltation aad even if you do not take treatment from him you may learn aome4 thing about your disease. .... ; :-n . . Jl ZOX. PAOIDT WJLlili VZflZTi ' . . ' "7 - - : ' : ; : ' x SUXMERFIEtttj E:k House, Vun'ay-Norsrliber p. ' u. " , ' ; 1VO0DSFIELO. Drgfl House. Monday and Toesdst till nooh. 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Tbe fs iai and jhort storiaa have strong dramatic interest while they are wholly fro from whatever ir ptfrnioiooj or ra'gart aansa- tional; -rksP papers of nataral history and solepev4 fyl' and the facU of life, ara by wrltars whoso names gtva the best asaaraao of aeearaey" and rtlaa:- lllastrated papers on athtetlo sports,' games and pastimas gtva fall Inf rmatlon oa these sabj tou. Taere ia aothing cheap about It bat its price. An epitome of every thine that is attractive and desirable la Juvenile literature. Boitod Courier. :-vV " ' : A woskly raastaf dod tkldirs to tba boys and girls lo ovary family Which It visits. Brooklya Union, . It is wondortnl la Its wealth of plots res, Information and interest, Chrlatisa Adro eatf, K. I. . ; ' ' TerfUst Ietaa Preilalsl, $2 Per .Year; Vol Vllcommencu NoQtnUr 3, 1885. FtKObS rtoaSikS. five .fJents eaoh. RemttUdoea should be mads by Poitoffls itfoney Ordnr or Draft, to avoid chano ol loss. Mespaprs,ar not to copy thia ad vet. tlsamont ithoat ths express order ef Har. per Btothere. Address - HARfKR A BROTUIR J,' Raw Tark. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SRAigD bids Will bs teeatvod until Satar. day, Novmbr gist, for (nraishlng ma terial and building a bow school boos la snVdlstitot N. 7, Oroaa townah'p. Jafonro Sofiuty, Imi. SpoelQeations may be ini at thTs?Bship CUrks offlo. Ths Board r srvf ibS right t njttt any or all btda. sy order of th Board. SAM URL MARTIN, Clark. QeteVvr 50,11834. Sqrtons eonrer4en(H ire liable to entoe tl eatarrn is hot attended td Id leasbn; Thd disease frequently dcntrujrs the .sense of sineM I and aQ.ea derelnpes Into bronchitis br puuai ' nary consumption. Undoubtedly motif feasc of eoaaumitloa originate In eatarrh. Hbod'H SarsnparilU cures eaL-irrh and has erea eSectvd remarkable cures of consumption i, Useif, in its early stages. A book containing statements of many cures by Hood's Saraap. , . rllla, win ba rtnt frre to all who send addread U. to C L Hood & Co., Lowell, Hitu , 1 Catarrh and IrnpUfd bldod ; " Hood's 8arsaMirilla has iicled me mora for catarrh mid linnre blood thaa anytiilng Me I erer usa., A. Ball, SylaCuse, N. T. , ! suffered three years with catarrh, and mf general health was poor In eonseqnence. ' When I took Hood's Harsaparltls I found I had the right remedy. Tbe eatarrh Is yieldjag, as Bood'l BartaparillaU cleansing' my blood, and the general tone of my system la Improv ing." Fiuuk WiaaBCtur, Kocnestcr; H. Ti '. bah Ha Sold by 11 dreggWa; i; sfx tif 5. Madd lonlybyCLnOOO A fed ixJwfclli ttaaa. 4 I IOO Dosos On Collar. 1 AVWI.UI Vil V . . "OANDEE" Subbe? DOOTS . yrmt DOUBLE THICK .BAIL ordinary Robber Boot lilwa?. war out Snt on th.ball. ThefiUntK Dvots arc dcublt thick oa tha ball,, and give JvOTJBLE TfEAE. JM xmcmieal Itahtxr Uoot: la tba market. Laat. longer thaa aa other boot and tha rucxxoBiania. Call and ex amina loa - .- goods. ' FOR SALE BT Rams:dell,Sweet Cd UIIOLRsiALB AGENT. ' BTJPPAliOr TT. If-' anB4,3j.S. . . Lisa Aii iiottoik ; AGNB3 HATHAWAT. whose iabd rati dance and ibstoffloo address Is Warren. ton, Ohio, Jans Payne, Dorathy B. Wilson. lfgirSt PidkkBS, Martha Abb AfosslaB lor; William Plckons and Clark Piekeaa. whoad postofloe addross and place of residence. Is Jforsiag View, sol moot ooaaty, Ohio, Win bam AfoMaais, whose pise of roaidane iii pnatoflo address Is Kv, Mmooi eonStyi Ohio, lh BBknwa koira of Nancy Oftn&O. doaad, whose place ef residence and post efflo address Is unknown, add ths dntfaoVg heirs of Thomas Plokans,' detjaaaSd. whos pla ef reidno -add postotOo fl'tdress unknown, will Uk botlosr that en tha list day of Ootohsr, A. 0. jft85, aarart PiokraS, widow r Alf ndf thUi.., 1st ef Frink . Ho township. Monro eofltlt, t)blo,.oasd, led In tha Prubaii fJodrt of kidlirsd ooflaty. ' Ohio, a paper wrltluf pdrportlnf to be tha laat will and tostdmant or said Alexander PtcVmnm. daflaaad. and aa alA Amm I. mi. plloatloB t have tb iamli admlttdd td pr kata anil miuiI il.l mnmUX.ttmm im -a.. . hariug la sa'd Sottrt dn tha Hi day f H. , rember. A. D. 1885. at 10 e'oloolt a. m. A. I. PKARSOK, BovXSiS. Probet Jadre, at. C. (1. la 1st as Khman . vs. ' .John W. MeCollam A 1. wamawa- r vtrta af a certain order ef sal lssad out of the oo art ef commas plea. wunin ana ror th county, or Monro, afld Statar,f Ohio, la a -oas pending In said ooart bat-a th abov aamad parti, ed to udlrotd, I will . offer . for sdla at pobllo anotlan at th east door of tha eonrt bouso la WoodtSsld. oa 8aturdto,tK lth rfay of Decemter,m, between th hoars ef 10 oleek a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m , of said day, th following da. (oribod ral asuta sltuat la Monro aounty, Ohio, to wit: Lot number thlrtr-fonr la th Ufa ef An- tioeh, Afonro Coaniy, Ohio. Said property ao ordered to b sold Is an. praised at 1220. and may mil for two. tblrda af said appraimat. Terms of sal. ns kalore oonlrmaUon. l!VVtj: ll.,.W,,,t CHRIS. LOOK, BovttVSewa. SharK M. C. 0. W. X. MAUOBT, Alfy.