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Spin! of-SJenideraG. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 18SG. W. 8. YANLAAV Local Editor.1 wtiiifiiiiiiiiii RTOKX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .Pianos, C. A. House. Sample Rooms, J. J.'McDekmott. 1 The Woodsfield schools opened last Monday with an enrollment of 179 and by the last of the week 190. j -E. Brown, Esq., presented, us with some very fine cane molasses . 1 which he had made a few days since. Wanted. The address of Harvey Brown, late of Ontario, Story Co., 1 Iowa. Send information to this of- fice and oblige, I When rou are in town take a peep at our new sign made by J. ! W. Coulson.' of Bellaire who is an ' . A A, , . l From Friday s Register we clip the expert at the business. !,.. , , , , . , . . . . following account of the shooting of Thc poll books and tally sheets for the November election can now Martin Tro a wcl1 knowa c,t,zen 'be had by the township clerks, at of Clarlngton, this County: the office of the Clerk of Courts. j - A casualty occurred at Elm Grove See the Spirit this week for the at nn carl3' hour .Vterday morning see the nRiT tnis wetK ior me jtht resulted in thc doath of fln old Democratic meetings throughout the jmnn? ai)1)arently friendless and county. Prepare yourself to go, ' homeless. lie died from a pistol and see that everybody else is pres-! wound in the hands of Tied Ilart cnt ' . lieb, who keeps thc old stone house ,. ..' . tavern at that 'place,' and all day Mauri ed. A t the residence of, yegtcrdaythehoi;ise;.a8 vWtcd bJ. . the bridc,by Rev. W. T. Garroway,on cnrjong imAe who made inquiries October 7th, Mr. Chas. E. Ott and ' about the affair of every person they Miss Missouri R Griffith, all of came across, or stood gazing at the , Monroe County, Ohio. Our readers will do well to stop at Parks & Dickens' when in Bell- aire and purchase their wall paper,' , . . -. ,r 1 1 , of the aftair, according to Mr. Hart- as they have a fine line. A. A lley s liel)8 evidcnce l)cfoi.e the Coroner's old stand, Belmont street 'jury seems to be about as follows': Rev. W. T. Garroway on Mon-, "About 2 o'clock yesterday morning day of last week, closed an interest- mJ daughter Annie, who is about . . . - ,. . t, fourteen years of age, and who sleeps ing scries of meetings at the I res-- ... ., J . . :, . T. . , with the servant girl immediately byterianlumh of this place. The over the dining room? heard a r;lt. . Pastor's untiring and well-directed 'tling at the door at the foot of the . efforts were productive of good re- stairs which lead from . their room suits. ; jinto thc dining room. They sus- r if " i - i Jpcctcd that some one was in the Mb. Editok: If a mother knows , .. . . j house and the servant come over to what nights of labor arc from the the fr0t of thc house where -my pile of trousers and jackets that is room is located and awakened me to mend, some men had better do a 1 telling mo of her suspicions. I slip night labor and take up the slack ' Ped on a fcw c,lothcf. and se!zinS m3' , " . . , ' revolver, awakened my wife, who of their pants on one . mmed mc to thc dining room in up the rips, and not make so many hcr night eiothes. I had a lantern inquiries about dining room girls. ; which was short of oil, and it gave Hixdoo. jforth a very sicklj light, while my It is with regrets that we an, : wifu 'earried a candle in her hand. . " P . . . "We looked around the dining nonnce thc death of Mrs. Frederick . . , ... . . :roo:n, but found nothing suspicions, . Ketterer, an estimable lady of Mil-. and remarking to my wife that there tonsburgh, Ohio, who died on the j was nothing 'iIieke, evening of the -seventh. The re- j wcnt 0llt inXo the kitchen, she re mains were interred in the M. E. maining in the dining room. Just - Cemetery at Miltonsburgh on Sat- urda.y. The deceased was the moth er of Geo. Ketterer, of this place. The Democratic campaign in Monroe county will be opened at win De openca ai.in thJ room t oncnefl t!l door in or. Witten, Jackson township, October 21st. ,W. V. Walton and J. II. Roe- oame too hot for me. Then I look mer are the speakers for the meet- ed nroimd and bv thc dim iiLrllt ca8t ing. Monroe Gazette. Not so, You either wish to mis- represent or not informed. Thc opposite me, and on the same side campaign opens at Sardis by Gen. of thc' om as the dining room t tit- u " r ' door. I could not distinguish the A. J. Warner, the next Congress- i T i- i ' . " man s features, but I immediately man from thisTDistnct, on Oct. 20.(!)sked him what he wantedf nnd be Do yon know him? made no answer. I then told him By next spring the whole conn- to get out but 'still he made no ans- ti-r will avrmrioTino n-trlinloanmn Im.i Wei", nor did he DlOVC'a mUSC'lC OS " I"" r slness Itoom. Despite the cry of taken control of the country, and ' even TV oodsfield feels the effect and ( is pricking np hcr ears. . We hear j Irom "every quarter that business is good. Dealers, with but little effort) ' . ' i ore disposing or more goods than , j , , ... . ; usual, nnd the advertising business man is having a first class boom. ' , If yju wish . to make investments, : now is the time, while nrices are litiiu viiiitrOf V7vi 111111:0 jit tituit ( , . . tun, mr me unit' iui vutiulu" hi . Advance is sure to come, .. Personal Prejudice. ' Chas. Hall, Postal Clerk on the R & 0., was in town last week. Dnr- Ing his visit here, a certain promi nent Republican took occasion to insultingly speak of certain Demo-. cratic candidates in a way intended to exasncrate Charley. ' This was Vot wHh !, . - k , - B18u-nc ui a geni.c.an. Charlej-, as is natural, expressed a hope that the Democratic candidates would be successful. The Gazette roan sees fit to cons'der this as act-1 :.. .JLiui,.at ..i, a 1 1 make his bi-annual spasmodic fling half of the windmy WM Ieaning at Democracy, by getting off in bad against an outside wall near by, nnd shape, a squib that was intended to . under thc window was a mall wick be, Oh, reru sarcastic, but which fell! et gate 'which had been brought i...f r .,, around from thc side ot the house, short of its mark from the fact that , ... , , . , ., , I and this had eridently bcen used by it was sadly deficient in sarcasm, j jbe man 0 elimb up to the window. The Gazette says that Charley's, I then replaced the window, locked "active political work.ls done in the ' the house up and went to bed, but face of Grovcr Cleveland's order to'not :o sle(T' 8 I was so nervous I ... , could not rest, not knowing whether tne contrary. . I had shot the man nnd fearing that ."lcfeo7cJrorX,';indecd!Oh,iailotncr attempt would be made to Lord! what ignorance. A man's ' rob the house. arose rather early sentiments attacked, and when he 'this morning, and while out in the defends himself, is branded as an'yard abo"t o'clock mj' wife came , , , to me and said that Mr. Brown hid active political worker. V hy, bless jugt toW h(;l. that th bf)dy of ft you man, beins a Democrat, it is the mnn had l(een found in the road,ajid most nainral thing in-the world for I went out and saw him but could Charley to be interested in Demoe-'not tell whether he was thc man I racy; just as it is natural for a Re publican to be interested in Repub licanism. And the man who imag-i ines that a Postal Clerk in defending himself when insultingly attacked, is engaged in active political work," betrays an ignorance that is painful to behold. And as to "G rover Cleve land's order to the contrary." why man alive, there's no such order on the pages of his honest administra tion that docs not allow a man to ex press . his sentiments. Freedom of speech is one of the cardinal prlncl-,' ples of this glorious country but : the Gazette seems to have forgotten ; that fact. ' ' PERSONALIA. i Miss 31. E. Sinclair returned home t ! from Kansas last week, MiM Minnie Armstrong visited friends in Zanesville last week. Mrs. McCammon and son, Robert returned last week frcim a visit to ' IWa. ' j Miss Mar' Ryers, a pleasant ad of Hrimont 0hio, is . .t. . . T,, ,vi8itingher eousin, Miss Ilorence . Byers, of Brers Station, this county. Prof. Jas. Taggert, of Brister, this county, viewed us in our new quarters last Thursday, lie began his winter school at Mt. Rascal reS- terday IMPORTAXT APPOIMMEXT. Each one of the nn(icrsi.rucfl is . ..... .,,.. nnlifil(1 thnt hfi hfi bcen apiM)i-ted a e0inmittee of ONE tQ bri to thc s oflk.( new BU0St.riijer Maxy FltlEXDS. E O ML . 1 1 Martin Troy, of Cluriiijrton, Ohio, Killed by a Mid-night Shot. ilwxty of the dead man with that open-mouthed fascination and awe such a sight excites. tup nnrnnTivf ra opposite the door which leads from the dining room to the kitchen there is a door that leads from thc kitch en into the yard, and fearing that there might be more than one man dcr to have chin(iR tr rim if it )P. 1 by the lantern, I could see the form : of a man in the corner of the room far as I could see. "I said get on on i'll shoot you,'' nd heid, no "tion.- I t him, still he uttered no word or 8ign nd j t()ld him to g0) agaill) but he still refused, I then fired at him again,'btit did not see him move and he 8nid nothing. I again ' repeated the command that he should get out, ... , . but he made no ans.wer or attempt to g0 r then fircd again where. upon he started toward me and I backed into the dining room door where my wife was standing and the man came forward from thc back of .. , .. , , , , , , the kitchen and slowly passed out the door l had 0l,ened; Jllst og hc was going out he muttered some- thing but I could not make out what 'lt was a8 1 was almost frightened to a;ain. nen nc passcu out l am not look which way he went, but be gan to look about the kitchen. I found several tin pans knocked down and a double gasoline lamp which had beon hanging on the ceil nS was lying on the floor, while the cupboard had also been disturbed Th(, mver hffllf Qf tfac bu.k wjn. dow had been taken out and I open ed the back kitchen door and went out.. .On the steps 1 found ft common chip basket, which contained a meal sack, an old hnr Ann n lnir nf annoa iho mwor had shot or not." An Editor M ho Knows His flights. A newspaper in Illinois recently , y ought suit against forty-three men who would not pay their subscrip tion and obtained judgment in each case for the full amount of the claims. Of these twentj--eight made affidavit that they owned no prop erty in excess of what the law al lowed them, thus preventing an at tachment. Then under the law of Congress making the taking of a newepapor from a post office with- out paying for it, they were arrested for petit larceny and bound over in the sura of $300 each. Democratic Meetings. Democratic meetings will be held as follows: At Sardis on Wednesday after noon, Oct. 20. Speakers: Gen. A. J. Warner and R. K. Walton, Esq. bsjl 'UOJlA. l 'a PUB 'f "V '"D :s.io?n?ods '05 '0 'Sn! -uoao .Ccpsonpo uo 'diqeu-woj oiqo 'osnon looq.ifl uouooqx 3lU 1Y At New Castle, Green township, on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21. Speaker: Gen. A. J. Warner. At Antioch, Perry township, on Thursday evening, Oct. 21. Speak ers: Gen. A. J. Warner and A. J. Pearson, 'Esq. At Graysvillc, Washington town ship, Friday afternoon, October 22. Speakers: Gen. A. J. Warner and R. K. Walton, Esq. At Stafford, Franklin township, on Friday evening, Oct. 22. Speak ers: Gen. A. J. Warner and Hon. James Watson. At F. M. Cain's Tobacco House, Tiieli's Landing, Jackson township, Friday evening, Oct. 22". Speakers: John II. Ilocmer, Esq., and W; V. Walton, Esq. At Brownsville on Friday even ing, Oct. 22. Speakers: R. K. Wal ton, Esq., and Hon. Henry Lyons. At Rinard's Mills, Washington township, on Saturday evening, Oct. 23. Speakers: R. K." Walton, Esq., nnd O. F. Flint, Esq. At the Town House, Wayne town ship, on Saturday evening, Oct. 23. Speakers: Judge A. J. Pearson and G. G. Jennings, E3q. At Lewisvillo on Saturday after noon Oct 23. Speakers: A. J. War ner and Hon. James Watson. At Straubs, Ohio township, on Saturday evening, Oct. 23. Speak ers: John II. Roemer, Esq., and W. V. Walton, Esq. At Miltonsburg on Saturday even ing, Oct. 23. Speakers: Gen. A. J. Warner and Hon. James Watson. At Bcallsville on Monday after noon Oct. 25. Speakers: Gen. A. J.. Warner and G. G. Jennings, Esq. At the Town House, Bethel town ship, on Monday evening, October 25. Speaker: R. K. Walton, Esq. At Switzer School House, Switz land township, on Monday evening, Oct 25. Speakers: Gen. A. J. War ner and G. G. Jennings, Esq. At Brenzikofers School House, Ohio township., on Monday evening, Oct. 25. Speakers: John II. Roe mer, Esq., and W. V. Walton, Esq. At Cameron on Tuesday after noon, Oct. 245. Speakers: Gen. A. J. Warner and G. G. Jennings, Esq. At O. K. School House, Salem township, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 2G. Speakers: John II. Roemer, Esq., and W. V. Walton, Esq. At Woodsfield on Tuesday even ing, Oct, 26. Speakers:' Gen. A. J. Warner and others. At Democracy School ' House, Adams township, on Wednesday evening, Uct. 27. H. Roemer, Esq., Speakers: John W. V. Walton, Esq., and Dr. B. Dennie. At the Neuhart School House, Center township, on Wednesday evening, Oct. 27. Speakers: Judge A. J. Pearson and Hon. II. -Lyons. At the Smith School House in Swizerland township, on Thursday evening, Oct. 28. Speakers: John II. Roemer, Esq., and W. V. Walton, Esq, At the Hamilton School House, Jackson Ridge, - on Thursday evening,-Oct 28. Speakers: Hon. J. II. Hamilton and Dr. B. Dennie. At the Case School House, Salem township, on Friday evening, Oct. 29. Speakers: John II. Roemer, Esq.,'and W. V. Walton, Esq. At Clarington on Saturday even ing, Oct 30. Speakers: J. H. Roe mer, Esq., Judge A. J. Pearson and W. Y. Walton. At Calais on Saturday evening, Oct 30. Speakers: John P. Spriggs, Esq., Hon. J. II. 'Hamilton and G. G. Jennings, Esq. At the Ruble School House in Switzerland township, on Saturday evening, Oct. 30. Speakers: Dr. K Dennie, Dr. J. B. Shouse and Prof. McVey. All afternoon meetings will be at one o'clock P. M., and evening meet ings at Candle lighting. The Committeemen from each toiship will please procure places in which to hold meetings. J: P. SPRIGGS, , Ch'n Monroe Co. Dem. Ex. Com. Fiutz Reef, Sec'y. ' The Monroe Coanty Medical Society. This association of M. D's held Its annual meeting at the Court House in Woodsfield on last Wednes day and a goodly number of the Medical men of the County were present and participated in the de liberations of the occasion. After transacting some prelemina ry business, and hearing and acting on thc re-ports of one or two special committees the retiring President, Dr. T. II. Armstrong, delivered his valedictory address, which was lis tencd to with lose attention by all present, and on the conclusion of which a vote ot thanks, was unani mously tendered him. The. Society then proceeded to elect officers for the ensuing year, and the following named gentlemen were chosen. President, Dr. W. G. Webb; vice President, Dr. I. P.Far quhar; Treasurer, Dr. J. L Mason; Secretary, Dr.. II. L. Roscnberrj'. Two verj- excellent papers were then read and an interesting discussion followed, which was participated in by nearly all members present. The first one was by Dr. Farquhar on dipthcria, in which he at some length gave his views and experience on the nature and treatment of this for midable disease. Dr. Webb read the paper on Typhoid fever, which is spoken of by all present in terms of the highest commendation. His long continued and varied exper ience as a physician in our County, and his familiarit with this fever as it prevails among us, render his utterance as to its pathology and treatment, high authority among the members of the profession. Taken altogether this was the best attended and most interesting session of the Society that has been held, and wepredict thht ere long, Monroe County will have a Medical Assooiation that will be a credit to the profession, as well os of great utility in its rcsu'ts to the people of our County. Send stamp to J. S. Barnes, Pratt, Kansas, for a correct descrip tion map of Pratt Count-. Take Kotice! New York Sun. I hereby warn all persons that, whereas John A. Logan, George F. Hoar and others are producing my great burlesque tragedy called "The Bloody Shirt, the only original and authentic performances of the same are those given by me in person, and all others are base counterfeits, un worthj' of the attention of a dis criminating public. John Shek max, Manager of the Only Original Concatenated Eliza Pinkston Polit ical Burlesque Company. For terms address Mansfield, Ohio. SWAZEY. Once again we gather up our lit tle "budget of news" and rap at the door of the Shkit office for admiss ion. News is very scarce. Everybody is very busy and noth ing happening to write of that will be of any interest to thc readers, un less we make a "Big something" of a "Little nothing." Miss Jen Reed, who has been ill for quite a while, is convalescent Miss Mary McGirth of Summer field, visited at Ed Reed's last week. Several of our students attended the examination at Stafford, last Saturday. Miss Agnes Smyth of Clarington, visited her mother last Saturday. Mr. Oscar Cnrpenter of Calais, spent last Sunday with Iriends here. Quarterly meeting Oct 23d, and 21. The trustees have at last decided to put a new roof on thc Church which is greatly needed. Mr. Isaac Abmyer of Ethel is employed to do the work. Miss Jennie Shakles visited at John Oggs last week. Wild Rose. CALAIS. The health of our place is very good, there being no one on the sick list. Business is good in all the various branches. Farmers seem to have plenty to t do, taking in tobacco and cutting tip corn. . Thomas McMullan and A. J. Hannahs have bcen employed to teach the winter schools at this place, beginning the last of October. Rev. Gardner preached at the M. E. Church last Sabbath. Quarterly meeting here next Sabbath. Presi ding Elder .Payne will be present. What has become of "Dude," that his space in the Gazette remains va cant so long? Pcrhaps- he has gone fishing. Wm. McPhcrson, one of Calais' best young teachers, who left here a few weeks since, has a position as teacher, at Gardner, Kansas, where he is rearing the tender thought and and teaching the young idea how to shoot. Hon. Jas. H. Hamilton attended the Convention at Marietta. As yet we! have not had any Dem ocratic or Republican meetings. It seems that very little .interest is manifested this fall. Lav in a supply of coal now and save from ten to twenty per cent of what it will cost if you defer the matter a few months. A little son of Lucius Atkinson has been dangerously ill fr some time with fever, but under the skill ful treatment of our physicians ia recovering. ' If pitching horse shoes should be come a mania all over the countr), we want it understood that it start ed in Calais. Those melon-colic days have come, but persons wishing to share their neighbor's watermelons will greatly oblige by making their object known after this. C. C. . CALAIS. In our last letter to the Si'ikit we said we thought Gen. Warner would get there ngain, and our assertion was verified in the Convention last week at Marietta. I noticed the other day that a gentleman from McConnelsville made a calculation of the probable con grcssional majorities in the five counties composing the Fifteenth District: Monroe, 2C50 Washington, 350 Total, 3000 Athens, Meigs, Morgan, 1250 1375 350 f2975 Total, If it le about this close it will be a very interestins fiffht. Monroe will have to waken np to secure 2650 majority. A new style of cane is the go now in the Republican'ranks. It is made of human skin, so says Gov. I ora ker. Any man who will use such a scheme to advance his own interest is not worth- of party patronage. If Montgomery, or Nye either, had anything to do with the manufacture of canes out of human skin, and be ing Democrats, they certainly did not act as agents for the Democracy of Ohio, neither if the Democracy of Ohio responsible for their wrong do ings more than either party is re-, sponsible for murder committed by a Democrat or Republican. fc NOTES. Mr. John Howiler, of Malaga township, passed through Calais to day with a pair of five-dollar geese purchased at Hong Kong. Mr. Wm. Smith, of Woodsfield, and one Mr. McCoy, of Pittsburgh, bought a -number of horses here yesterday and to-da Jones, Doster, Ebcrle, Wehr and all the boys have returned bomcfrom the various Select and -Normal Schools. What tobacco was out, here and north of here, was froit-bitten by Jack a few nights ago. y A person said to me the other day: "Such hard times," but he is mista ken as to Calais and surroundings, for our merchants are busy and our mechanics arc also, and so are the loafers and all. The Calais school will open out shortly under the supervision of Thomas McMullen as principal and A. J. Hannahs as assistant. II. B. Jones, of Calais, is leader of a newty organized society known as "Moon Shiners." , XXX,., LEB1X0X. Little Forrest Barnes wtis thrown from a horse a few days ago and badly injured. Dr. Whitteubrook rendered the necessary medical aid. Business here is good. Our mer chants are selling more goods than anj' other town of this part of the county. Our mechanics are all busy all doing well except the undertaker. The neighborhood is too healthy for such business. Thc population of thc town is rapidly . increasing. Mr. Manliff Brown, of Washington County, moved here last week; he will open out a new hotel. Four other fami lies will locate here the coming week. Our new preacher. Mr. W. II. Pettay, preached his first sermon here last Sunday; all seemed to be pleased with him. lie is a young man of more than ordinary talent. Mr. U. Z. Ekey is etill on the sick list; he is one of our brightest teach ers, but will be unable to enter the school room this winter we hope hc may sooir recover. Mrs. S. A. Stewart has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. A. Twiggs and Glad nah cut 115 shocks of corn hours, 100 hills to thc shock. Han in U Who can beat it? Jack Frost has saved about l of the tobacco in this township. Some farmers losing as much as 1500 sticks. Visitors Dr. Mont Bell of Staf ford, Miss Kirkpatrick of Bloom field. Lib Wire is rusticating at the ancient town of Stafford. J. B. Driggs will run ahead of his ticket in Bethel, as many Republi cans will support him. While at Stafford, Saturday, we noticed that they had fine large pumpkins growing in the street. They surely enforce the hog law there. Stafford presents rather an antiquated appearance. It has en joyed the euphonious name of "Athens of Monroe County," but we will transfer the title for the present to Bcallsville, and call the ancient burg Gas City, until they strike oil in paying quantity. I hope the Stafford boys will not mis construe the word "Gas." The Stafford Band, so George R. informs me, are still practicing on "Home, Sweet Home." They will get there alter, while. - Warner's nomination suits us; he will receive an old time democratic majority in Bethel. Mr. F. A. Barnes turned over his stock of good3 and store room to Mr. M. Zills, Monday the 3d inst Mr. Barnes was one of the first vol unteers to leave this county in the! civil war; he enlisted lb a private! and by gallant conduct on the field of strife Avon a lieutenant's com- 3. The rate of interest being giv been in business; en, how do we find the correspond- mission. He has here for 21 years and during' that ximc nas iosi mu nvc nays, liei wm settle m Ash vine, is. v., ana enter the wholesale grocery busi ness. Some fellow anticipating G rover's proclamation stole a fine turkey from Jno. Stewart, Saturday night Richard II. Bnclclen'H Arnica -Salve. The Best Salve in the world for.zium, the length, of whose sides are Buts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price per box. For sale by R. W. Pope. GEOGRAPHY. 1. Locate the follow state wnerc eac h rises, rection it flows, and where it emp ties: Mackenzie's, Delaware, Yukon, Rhine, Seine, Congo, Nile, Jordon, Ganges and Murray. ; 2. Yotate Alexandria, Quito, Tu rin, Smyrna, Odessa, Havana, Kan sas City, Valparaiso. .3. Locate and state the ownership of Vancouver's island, Cyprus, Sar- dinia, Corsica, Cuba 4. What are isothermal lines? How do they differ from parallels? What is the cause of their variation? r r, r t 11 i o. Define the following named re- ligions: Pagan, Papist, Mohamme dan, Greek Church, Deist, Atheist, Buddhist, Christian. 6. What is the cause of earth quakes? 7. Define and locate, the follow ing: lan (let, steppe, pampas, keys, reefs, oasis, selras, tundras. 8. What countries border on the Bay of Biscay? j 9. What is meant by the '-land j hemisphere?" In what part of the earth is its centre? - 10. How does California compare in area with Pennsylvania? GIUM3IAK. 1. Define the terms: inflection, modification, construction, govern ment, as applied to grammar. 2. Write five sentences, each rep resenting a different use of thc in finitive. 3. Give the possessive, singular and plural of leaf, chief, fly, mouse?, ox, man, box, huntsman. " 4. Parse words in small caps: He made the stick straight. We called him a coward. The book is John's. The hog lay i:cxtixg. 5. Write a sentence containing a third-class clement, a second-class adverbial, and a first-class adjective element fi. His head, next down, on her soft hair lay; Fast asleep were they hoth on that summer day. Diagram r.nd parse words in small caps. - 7. Henry VIII. appeared every inch a kino. The rose smells sweet. Will you go? Yes-. A ring he hath woktii fort ducats. Parse words in small caps. 8. To him who in the love of Na ture holds Communion with hervis ible forms,'she spcakB A various lan guage. Bryant. Diagram. 9. What is punctuation? What are the principal grammatical points? 10. What man, seeing this, docs not blush? Analyze and parse word in small caps. W. T. WOOD. OIITHGGKAPHT. 1. sis? Whai ia thc use of the dierc Give example. 2. What is an abbreviation? Give meaning of the following: 31. C, mdse., A. I)., M. P. and Rev. ii. nat 13 tne eueet ot placing a bar across c and th, and through e? 4, Indicate by diacritical marks 4-1. A A! C 4.1... 11 I i ui: 1-tim.Tt pjMuuuiLuuuu m uie iui- lowmg words: Orthoepy, lyceum. debris, telegraphy, sacrifice. 5. How many sounds has a? Give words illustrating. G. Spell correctly thc following words: Codisil, korister, akweous, pinical, potenshal, koluni, rehersel, absces. 7. What are synonyms? Give two ex;i in pies. 8. Accent the following nouns: August, compact, gallant, Pekin. . !. Define vowel, aspirate, substi tute. 10. Which of thc letters can form syllables of themselves? Name them. W. T. WOOD. l". S. HISTORY. 1. Name live of the first perma nent settlements made in the New World, at'the beginning of the Sev enteenth Century. 2. What important event trans pired April 10, 1606? - 3. Name thc Dutch governors of New York in the order of their reign. 4. To whom does the honor of having first established religious freedom in America belong? 5. What great men did the Colo nial times produce? G. When were "Thc Stars and Stripes" adopted as the emblem of our nationality? 7. What States and Territories have been formed out of the Louis iana purchase? 8. What famous foreigners assis ted the Americans in the Revolu tion? 1). What is a Constitution? When did the present Constitution of the United States go into operation? 10. What docs the Constitution say in reference to the compensation of' thc President? R. P. YOIIO. ARITHMETIC. 1. Define circle, chord, arc, seg mcnt, tangent. 2. The price of a certain lot of good3 is $80; if I buy .at 10 per cent, off, "ad sell at 25 per cent, on, i what per cent, do I gain? ; ing rate of Discount? j ,iw in notions buys '60 gross snoe-strings at u et. per i gross, list, for 50, 10 and 5 off; if he sell them at 20, 10 and 5 off list, what will be his profit?. 5. Define acute triangle; obtuse triangle, scalene triangle and isos celese triangle. B. What is the area of a trape respectively 20, 30, 25, and 35 j chains, and the length of the diag- onal 40 chains. 7. A farmer has 100 ducks and geese; for every 2 ducks hc has 3 geese; how many ducks must he buy that he may have 2 ducks to 1 goose? .8. . An agent sold my com; and, after reserving his commission, in- in" rivers andvestea rroeee(3 in corn a i Tn wlm't i; ' the same price; his commission, buy- I, IU HUdl "I",-. , 0, , , lag ami sciung, .wus oy-f, aim nia whole charge $12; for what was the corn first sold? 9. Henry Fay bought 500 shares of Panama 6tock, at lOoyc&nd paid 'jo brokerage: what is the rate of income on his investment per annum ,if thc annual dividend is 8? . 10. Bought goods on 4 mon. cred it; after 7 mon. I . sell them for '$1500, iyc off for cash; my gain is 15 fc, money being worth 6 rc ; what - ! 1 l)av for tne gods? i L- A. WITTEN. i Absolutely Pure. 11 '. ; mw pow.ier nrvor vnries. -A. marvel of pu-. ana convicieu criminals, ana cireu Isity n-n:4tiM i!lte;j -jV tne untiring efforts of de- iw wiia in j-omiR'titioii w'uh thn multitude f low test, short wcluht iilum or phosphate pow- .lore, bold oni,, in m. KovaL aki.n 1'owdeb Co.. loci "Wall St., N. Y. Jy27,'titiy. C U It Ju s DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, KIDNEY TROUBLES, NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. TT is Invigorat ing aod De lightful to tak, and of crest vab:t as a Medicine fcr weak and AilinJ Women and Chil dren. T Eivet NEW 1 LIFE to th whole SYSTEM by ytrenfe- thening the Mas:.-1!, Ton thc N:".r:V113, ai.J ccmpl-.tr lyDi. getting ti.c food. i rMV''rrn 4f i I if ! I ly WWtiQfuii r o n t a i n j y ... v a liook, 'Voiine, no hurtful f by 1 e a d i n g Minerals, is com posed of carefully selected Verita ble Medicines, combined skiil- physician, teHin2 cw to triu dis- ses at HOME, a m? ilea, locctncr. fA VJTI v 'thasetcf l.ond- fully, making a V C somrcart.siy new Safe and Flcisant V Hcliotyp'ocjss, Remedy. ca receipt cf lo c or iwle by all Drncpl.1. m;T Ornr. r . gliniiM the flcder nw CS l.crt k p VOU.NA tOiillMt, iwill f ' uiJ full ilt IMU'AUtb OSLT BT Yolina Prug er.d .Chemical Company, lIl-0. -D. U 8. . tep,88. Three Peculiarities Hood's SarsaparUla, the great Mood purifier and regulating medicine, is characterized Ij three peculiarities, namely : 8st: 2d: 3d: The combination ol the various remedial agents used. The proportion In which the roots, herbs, harks, etc., are mixed. The process hy which the active medicinal properties are secured. The result Is amediclne ot unusual strength and curative power, which effects cures here tofore unequalled. These peculiarities belong exclusively to Hood's SarsaparUla, and are Unknown to Others Hood's SarsaparUla Is prepared with flie greatest skill and care, by pharmacists ot education and long experience. Hence it Is a medicine worthy cl entire confidence. IX you suffer from scrofula, Fait rheura, or any dis ease of the blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, or kidney and liver complaints, catarrh or rheumatism, do hot fail to try Hood's SarsaparUla "I recommend Hood's SarsaparUla to all my friends as the best blood purifier on earth." Wm. Gaff, druggist, Hamilton, Q. ' Hood's SarsaparUla has cured me of scrof-' nlous humor, and done me worlds cf good otherwise." C. A. Aexold, Arnold, 3Tc A hook containing many additional state, meats ol cores will he sent to all who desire. Hood's SarsaparUla . Sold by all druggists, tl ; six for S5. Made only by CL HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. 800 Doses One Dollar. ootl2,';y. TSon't You Know? O. O. SNYDER, Woodsfield, Ohio, is Dealer in . If AND IU AN U F All Kinds of Tinware&Spouting, Is prepared to Furnish TIN and IRON ROOFING of the Best (juality on Short Notice. Also a full line of QUEEXSWARE nnd GLASSWARE, which will he wild nt vcrv low prices or CASH. Cull wid see licfore purchasiug elwwhero anything In her line. ilecloViy. HARDWARE! The Only First-class Hardware Store. in the County. CHRIS Successor to oodsfield, Oliio. A. Complete Stoclc Always on Hand. I?rices to u.ix tne uara rimes. DOORS, SASH and GLASS, STOVES and TINWARE, AT THE LOWEST PRICES, Pl.osnlmte. Feed Cut ton. Com Kbellnrs. Corn nml Ch Mills, Sewer Pipe. Tilinsr, Front nnd Gratis, Mechuiilrn' Tools, Plows and Point. Implement of ..ii 1. : 1.. 1 : .....1 .- 1. .. .. . j c . .1 1 1 " meh2,'.SPy. ZunesvlUo Signal. Another Afildarit. When the affidavit of Dr. Obctz, demonstrator of anatomy at Starling Medical College, denying the 6tate ment that the body of Slater, the colored convict, was skinned when it was turned over to him, was pub lished, thc Republican press raised the cry that Obetz was a Democrat, and made the affidavit for the bene fit of his party. What will they say now , concerning the affidavit given below, of Dr. Gallogly, a life long Republican? The doctor was connected with thc Columbus Medi al College in such capacity at the time the dead body of the convict McCoy was brought , there that it was his duty to handle and examine the subjects freqnentty. He is able to speak positively in regard to the condition of McCoy's body, and makes the following affidavit in re gard to it: State of Missouri, Carroll County,ss: Wesley Gallogly, of lawtul age, being first duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that during the year 18S5 he was connected with the Columbus Medical College, of Columbus, Ohio; that on the 22d of October, 1885, he received the body of Joseph McCoy, a convict at the Ohio Penitentiary, from Isaac G. Pcetr', then Warden at that insti tion, on an order from Josiah Med berry, M. I)., Professor of Anatomy of the Columbus Medical College, and receipted for the same. And deponent further says that the saidbody was unmutilated and in 'good condition, and that no part of the skin had been removjed at the time of its deliveiy at said college. And further deponent saith not , Wesley Gallogly, M. D. Sworn to before me by the said Wesley Gallogly, and by him signed in my presence thi3 30th day of Sep tember, A. D. 18S6. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Dewitt, Mo., on clay aforesaid. John F. Tcrxeh, Notarj Public. Dr. Gallogly is an honest Repub lican, arid is unwilling to see a man of good reputation foully scandal ized bj' stories invented by rascals sio-nino' politicians. In the follow- . , ? , . .. ing letter he expresses his contempt for the littleness of members of his party in Ohio to manufacture cam paign materjal: DEwrrr. Mo., Sent. 30, 1&S0. f Diss. Moxtgomekv fc Holmes: I see the Ohio newspapers arc pub lis'aing stories concerning, your. con duct w hile you were engaged in thc O. P. hospital. Situated as I was I had as good or even better chances than any man in Columbus to know whether there was any skinning of dead convicts done at the morgue in the O. P. during your term of dutj' there. I received all the '-stiffs" for the Columbus Medical College for some tim term of d rnissin" fr some time octore ana during vour uty there until the middle icmbcr 1885, nnd I am sure as not one particle of skin missing irom them. I am a Kepuo lican in politics. I voted for Grant in 18C8 nnd 1872, for Hayes in 1870, and for Blaine in 1S8-1, but I don't like such a lie as this' one of skin ning convicts for the manufacture of canes, even if the Republicans did tell it. Prof. Medbnry is a Republi can, and he knows you are made the target for the slander. Yours, al- , ... ways, Wesley Gallogly, M. D. ATTENTION, B v e x 37- b o cL 37 I B 4 U Buy High-Class Poultry. My IllnU took FIItfcT mid sovonil Soeond PrcniliiiitH nt thn lute Knir. I have ull thc most K)pular varieties. Alxofor GERMAN CARP, The OXLT FISH tli.it can lo cultlvn tod with Profit as a Food Finn. Every Fanner should have them nnd the Scotch Collie Dogs, of extra good driving stock. Call on or nddrcxx r. v. unrKKit., , KeallHVllle, Ohio. By you nw thin in the Bpirit ocLVWot;!., A FARM FOR SALE. . AOOOD FARM three mlleft north of LcwIb ville, containing HO Arcw, A good barn and house on the farm. WILIi ME HOLD CHEAP. Three horsen, cow nnd calf, farming tooln, threshing machine, e. lut wll at. once. Cnll on HIMON WEI SEND, , sep28,80. LewbivMr, Ohio. M ACTUR K 11 OF HARDWARE!! TjUDIE, C, K. lltrlnn, . , . , Business Locals NEW MILLINERY GOODS. Call on M. L. Twinem for new Millinery and fane' goods. Oct. f 2,'86t6. M. L. TWINEM rjCTCheap Pictures at Horn's Gallery. jfTTGoto A. V. SLACK'S for Pure Drugs, and Patent Medicines. fSTBring your kicking babies. Horn srives a chromo to all whose photos hc can not take. Any person wishing Slate, Tin or Iron Roofing done, will find it to their interest to call on or address L. P. Urpman, Clarington, Ohio. Sep. 7,'86 tf. Pn.otogrrxpl-. 1 1 If you want fine pictures, call on M. W. Horn. He will go to your house and make your photos of fam ily groups, or of your old or new home, or anything else of which you want pictures. He uses the instan taneous process, and makes pictures m less than one-half second. MEAT M. R Ilrl Fresh meat every day. Bologna, Sausage' 8, Bacon and Lard. ' apr. 1483. CHARLES YOSS. Carroll Sc Bro., GRAMTK & MARBLE W0RKEUS, and Importers of Italian Marble, Scotch find Amor I can Ufanite. This firm keeps a' fine selection of Monuments and Tablets which will be sold at prices to suit the times, at Nos. 6. 8 and 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W. Va. Dec. 1585 ly. TIIE Bellairc Zanr srlllc & Cincinnati Will sell Cheap Tickeis to PITTSBURGH, OOXjXJIV-BXJS, CINCINNATI, ST.LOUIS, I-VXVSV CITY, , and all points West. .1. C. VI A I! K, T. I. A . jy!2,'S6. . Woodsfield, Ohio. Xixre Stools.. . East Liberty. . October, 8, ,1886. "Cattle Receipts, 209 iiead; ship ments,' 135 head; nothing doing; no cattle shipped to JCew York to-day, Hogs Receipts, 3,100 head; ship ments, 2,700 head; marKet nctivo; Philadelphia-, U 80 90; York ers, $4 bU(gj 70; grassers, i ou 4 GO; 7 cars hozs shinned to New York to-day. Sheen Receipts, 4000 head; ship ments, 3,200 head; market very dull, and nothing doing. Tbceling. OcTOBEit 9, 18SG. , 1 he cattle market tnis week was fairly active and prices in nil in stances remained the same as those of last week. The hog market ad vanced a quarter and was active, while lambs were somewhat quiet. Cattle 1,000 to 1,100 lbs stock 3Ja33cper'b.;800 to 900 lbs. 3 3$c per lb.; 700 to 800 lbs. 2Ja3jc per lb. Hogs Market active; 4a 4c per lb. Lambs. Good at3alc per lb.' Calves $3 00a5 00 per head. I - I bheep 2Ja3c per lb. wm MORRlf Now. then to business j WinterGoods 1 We have full stock of Mrc goods, of all kinds. Tricot Cloths in all colors. The leadif thing this winter for dress( J Wrap in he new shapes, and p ces low as anywhere. L dies Jerseys Misses Jd seys. '1 rimming Velve Blankets, Shawls. ' Mens and Boys Reac FkIADE CLOTHIfi. and Overcoats, also, Oyd coats for children. Gen spring weight Overcoats. Men and Boys Wint Boots, and Women's at Children's Winter Shot we have in the popul makes of Brewster and N sons, none better on t continent, one price marl in plain figures. Ladies fi Knit and coat Shoes have in Boston, IV -chest NTew York, and Cincinna makes elegant goods aij good fitters. Our Stock Fu 11 T in an departments, nnc no lower anywhere. Oalco' Muslins, Jeans, Flannel Table Linens, Shirting lickingf, &c, at. popul prices . We Show Big , Line It ,! 1 I .1 nannei oiiinsin two lencrui 1 you-wa-'t- to see our re white, ercV and plaid lla n els from 10c. up Come and See us. v MORRIS' JL3STJ3 ARMSTRONG 33. & B. OPENING OF NEW STORE ROM: -AXE- Hew Fall Cress Goods. By thc openlnjr of onr Xcmt Roro Kooir 110 nml 1-41 Federal Street, mljointtin present Ktores, our facilities arc (rreiijly 1 crenxetl. We are daily oH-uin; our New Kq (WkmIh In nil (Icpurtmciit, mid are now ulioi iiir lire most complete una elecntit MoeK Dry UoodHniidTrimmlnpi.lnuli their brum e, to bo found anywhere. One of the Greatest Bargain of Modern Mrrcha ilUin? I IS TIIE NEW ' ' j In nil the choice shade, nt 7.V.. worth $1.2' NEW WKHTor ENI,AMSriTISOS,4Cll)clv wide, for Tailor-made SultH. In largo varlet, at 1."i0 up to finest grades. NEW DOf BLK-WIDTIl AMERICAS FOVLK J CtH. HMXCU ALL-WOOL SUITINGS, at K CW..1H yarn. NKWnO-INTIt BOrTOlSXE SUITINOS lit 50 per yard. Very stylish tnxKls, and deslmlil rew HlacK nnd Into imported Dn Goodn nt ." cts. wr yard. New Comhliintiou Kuit Patterns at I10.U $12.00, llo.OO, $J0.00 each, Ilemarkubly chea for qualities. roHHiufe' the two proa test bnrgalns we hai to oiler, or ure In thc market uuy where, an viz.: ' 2S ICS Bounds' Celebrated Black Silk 83 1-3 Inch wide, nt 81. OU per yard. J Real value of this Is $l.rji, mul will probiibl lie confined to salo of thin 2T-pleee lot, as It doubtful If wc can obtain them nirain. Sen for samples, nnd if in need of Blnck (Silk, bi this, unless yon want a better (mule. Another bargain is the lino of - ) Suitings at 45 els. per yard, In stylish mixtures. These (roods were maud faetured to retail at 1.H0. New stocks Just opened of llowlcry C.lo vow. 1 nccs, l'2mlroIclerlo ciitM liirnl-slilin; jtoxIh UiicN'rwear 1 every irrivcld miiiiui'iM't urcU. It Is Impossible i mention more than a few of the many bail gains now on sale. . 3I"nll Order DejKirtmrnt, We pay special attention to this pnrtof on business. Samples will Is? sent free tonny hi dress, lowest prices quoted and sntlslactlo eunranteed. our sainplo order by Inn il tu Helled. SjioaklnR from years of experlond we Know we can serve you wen. BOGGS&BUHL! 113 to 121 Federal Street. " 3lloslioi.y, 1FV. Jca,ly. PRORATE XOTICE.. Accounts nnd vouchors have been filed I' the I'Dbate Court or Monroe County, Ohio, l the following- Administrators, Exocutors. ani Guardians, to-wlt: i Kinal account of J:ncs M. Rouphner Gun u!an of t'ici'u-iit Im V. Mcllot, a minor. I First partial luvotint of John Williams a Administrator of the estate of Abel William deceased. t Ladies Kinal account of C. K. Miller as Admlnlstnl tor de bonis non, of the estate o Kdwnrd Wcit tnon ilcccexed. I Kinal account of Wilson S. Mnnn, Guac dlan of Zilplm Mann, un iinlxcUe. t Sih'oiiiI p.irtlal account of C. lt. Knowlto, as (tuardiaii of the minor heirs of James IK vow. deceasl lin:il as to Daniel nnd Joseph. Third partial account of J. J. KoU rta Exo cutor of the will of Samuel Ktarr, deceased. I Kliml aei-ount of W. T. ll iml ns Executor i the will of Abraham Mosscrly, Sr., deceased. Final account of Eli E. MorMstin as 4un dian of the minor hulra of Klnscy Davis, dc cesel. ' Kirst partial nccount of Kydnor WhltnciJ Aflminlslrator of the cstutcof William Dlllot dtveasi'd. Second partial account of Jacob Kasscrmn' as (iit.irdlan of Kdwurd A. Knsscrnian, u ml nor. ! Kinnl nccnunt of John Lndy as Executor ! the will of Anna Mary Divsscl, dwenscd. I'ltial ni-connt of A. V. Slnck titinrdinn Marlah slnek, minor heir of Kobt. nnd Sara A. Slack, deceased. r Final aniHint of Samuel Fanner and T. C Roc Administrator, de bonis non. with th will annexed of the estate of Klchard Kimnt Uecoiuied. t Any person Interested may file written es ccptions to said acfvHints, or any item therec o'i or before the Kith day ofOetolicr next, whi thf same will be fully heard nnd colitlmui finiH day to tlay umil di.sswHl of. A. J. 1'KARKON. i, Iroliato Judge Monroe County, Ohio.; 8cpU 21,'bUI,l. ' .