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ucsday, Not. 9, 1SSG. 8 HAMILTON ...Editor. t r . Always a Calm After a Abstract of Votes Polled at the Election in Monroe County, Ohio, Tuesday, November 2, 1886. storm. THE CLOUDS HAVE ROL LED DY. Our Booster Sick at First, BUT 1 bxiioE County luty. did not do her Ihkask a elects her first Demo te Congressman. :veu mind, boys, temporary de- does not mean death. 1 I v. jjE Uemoerats carry : i... i oaa . ly iouu iunjuriiy. Franklin ; OTHER three call for per ten million of cent bonds has been Suddenly Kcviycs and the Deyil Can't Keep Him Still. Colorado Democratic in Toto. New Jersey to Hare a Democrat ic Governor and a Demo cratic benator. Secretary of Supreme Clerk Sup. Scliooltom- Mi-mlsr B'U Townships. State. Judge, Court. missioncr. rublicW'ks s- 1 . ? ' : . . j ; j " : : I .: : : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' : : : : : : : c : : : : : : u I I 5 I 1 1 I : i I li l Coii(,'rcKmn Cirriiit.I'dKc OHIO LOST BY A TVEE SMALL MA JOR1TT. MinnesotaDemocratic c X l.'mn. )'(7 Judu'O o Comm'r. 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His a to put wool on the free list he work for him. e i ittictb congress win stand illows: 172 Democrats to 153 blicans, ffiving the Democrats jority of nineteen. :EET,Demotrat, elected GoA-ernor liw Jersey by 10,000. The Leg- ire Democratic, thus giving the acrats a gain of one Senator.' . sram S. Hewitt is elected May- ;New York by 20,000 plurality Jge, the labor candidate, second and Roosevelt Republican last. ! V . us seems to have been a cam- i of 8-c-r-a t-c-h-cs. The dam n Monroe was slight when coni- 1 w ith the wreck in other coun- i ' ' ux Little in the Sixth District iio is defeated by Campbell the i icratic candidate by a small uitv. Little had a margin of to start with. e elec tion being over the Srntrr low devote more time to local enernl news. Our correspon- arc requested to brace up and us till the news in their locali- e interesting campaign in Tenn between the Taylor brothers ed in the election of Bob, the kratie brothor, by Ho.UUU ma- . The Republicans have been :g towards the "Big Bender," hopes of victory.: Total 1502 3007. 77 1507. 3700 7B 15H8 . 3702 . 7(1 14!. 37: 72175 . s ,s j S 'is h to ?s i? u 'i 5 . x 4 w e4 &; si ..47... 1111... 4 . 4S.. . I .48... 107... 1 .1C4...( .185....rl .!!.. ..48 .107.. .48 .107.... 48 . 40... 123... 3 . 42 .110.. il .10.. 12.!.... .122... 43 .124... 40 .124 .. 4(1 .124... 40 .124.. . 40 .110 .110 U3...1'" HO.. .110 114 .113 .110 .110 .118 .111 .110 .110 .110 ..110 .US.. 401... 4 .112.478.3 112. . . j.S5 . 4 .4:91... 115 .e...l07 .4:10.. .107 .480... 1W .4X7.107 .140 ..137 154.. 117 1W...1W 110 ..14 .!:.. HO .18K...JM) .1.15... 140 .185... 140 .8.1 200. 22 ..3S . 204. .13 ..8...2i 22 .1.58... (1H .107 ...88 .210 :tl .9)0.... H3 . 83 . .10. . ISO 411... 170 40. 1.-0 ... .170 40 .178. 10 .180.... 48 .180.. ..48 .177... 48 48... 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IIS .108 . . 58 .201. .. .58 .201. ...58 .201 58 . 52 .183 51... im 51... 188 157. . . 54 .182 . . 52 .18:1... 52 .18:1. ...52 .1x8 ...52 1508 37IH. 75 l.Yi2. .Jy..W 1517. 3.00 49 i3' . 11188 .1049 .1514 37l. 1514 8705 2505 3090 1512 o H .247 .1(18 .2 S .277 .258 .228 an .322 .888 .202 .90 .475 .21 i9 .1!W .872 .211 9"i) 'Mr. I The tern Dstective Bureau, Main Ojfflcc 9J onrf .W Diamond Street, Pittsburgh, Pa, Established 18 by David Ollkinson, ex-U. S. Uovt Detective. Orgonli-oil and condiipteil on the system of toe unuc'i Mates r-ecret ."Service. Confiden tlal A'leiit in nil tha Priiiciial Cltli.a.if the I'nited States and Canada. D. II. (ill.KIXSOX.l'i incii al and Ocn. Sup't. IIEUKH M l)i)V'KlJ Superintendent. Hon. .IOHX l.VL'.KI,r'.Alt'.v for the Ilureau. Kefcrem-o: .Iamks.I. Hkooks, Chief Secret Service IUvUion, Wa.Hhi:i-;li.n, 1). C. Send for Clreular. nov2,'86m8. TO CONTKACTORS and BUILDERS. UKAI.KI) KIDS will be received bv the ; kj ine inmrn in r.niuation of Malatra town- snip, .onroe i oumy, uiiio, nntil noon of SATUIiDA Y, NOYE31BER 7, 188S, for the erection of a school house at. Miltons burir. in au!i-ditrlct So. 8 in km id townshin. Speciflcadons on file at the store of Samuel uroux, at Allifonsiiuri;, Dhio. -My order of the Hoard of Kduentlnn. nov2.'S0t4. AI.KX.HARDKSTY, Clerk. 5299 honest was uppermost with them, though legally they had no right to do so. Had the Tribune man been connected with the transaction we could not say sc- much for him, as there might have been more than CALAIS. one ballot sticking to his fingers, a didate for Congress he received maority of 56 in Salem Township of this County.. This year Furakf.ii made his Skin speech in Clarington of that township and Grosvenor es, But when he Biiddenlj- remembers that Ohio is a Republican State and is only carried by a small majority, that "Warner decreased Grosvexor's majorit)- in the District by over 200, that Judre Driggs is elected by a handsome majority, and gets the re turns from Xcw York, Nebraska, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Colorado and in fact from the whole country he bra ces mi enreads his wings and is so happy he can scarcely contain 4him self. See him. are informed that some two ee persons in Monroe County, the Prohibition State ticket, 'or Grosvexor for Congress. a person could conscientiously he prohibition ticket and for a kard and a gambler for Con- as against Gen. ' Warner, is to solve. - nf 1(17 Rfnnhlifnns sinina.- h with Poorman in his letter on e and Grievances against Tat- hnd 5,751 good Republicans Poorman well you know. bman had written another let- Boodle Taylor Would have lead of his ticket in Belmont. y. . JNext time i oorman s lei- ill be in demand by the Tay- -v ' G.' Carlisle is elected by . lajorlty. His small majority bunted for by the over conn- of Democrats as to his elect- remained at home as no one ny idea out tnai ns wouia De I as usual Dy an overwneimn- ajority. In precincts where A heretofore received as much majority., only a few over 100 boiled. : sk IIubd. has been defeated His well -known free trade Viles is no doubt the cause. We f .1 A. - liry to uear oi a .uemocrauc Rate for Congress being left at Yet the Democracy ot that t t should have known better o have nominated him again osition to the verdict of the two years ago. Free trade is emocratic and such-men as ought to know it. - 'aylou h elected in the 17th t over Kenson bj 3,500 ma His majority in Belmont ... . . i rr x. - r At v iell uut iu Buon oi me picket. Had the good Kepub- of Belmont County believed an of he Bellairc Tribune it certainly would not have ,ut of that County flying so lis. deficiency in Taylor's ma in Belmont is a measure of th the Belmont fcople have in th and voracity of Bro Poor is tr.d enough indeed. The resclt of the Judicial con test in this district is a matter of surprise even to the most enthusias tic supporters of Judge Kelly. It was well understood from the beginning of tlte campaign that Judge Kelly would get much more than his party strength in Belmont Conntv, and but few if any of the ardent supporters of Mr. Driqgs supposed that he would come out of the contest with much less than the party strcngtn m tnis county, as a consequence no spcoial euort was made by Mr. Driggs at home, but all his time was spent in looking af ter his interests in Belmont Count', While he was thus engaged many in roads were made on him here.. Toward the close of the campaign it was thought by some leading Democrats 'here that there was possibility of re-electing Mr. War ner, and no one thought that there was the slightest danger of the de feat of Mr. Djiiggs, hence every ef fort was put forth in behalf of the General and vcrj' little, if any, spe cial effort made for Mr. Driggs. In the meantime the opponents of Mr. Driggs was on the alert, and every Democratwho was thought to have a personal grievance, was seen and urged to vote for Judge Kelly. Mr. Driggs has been Prosecuting Attorney '. of this countyfor nearly five years, and actively engaged in the practice of .law for quite a num ber of years, and with the zeal and energy with which he has always tried his cases, it would be strange, indeed, if he had not made some en mies. . . jS ' These and their friends form a very large majority of those Demo crats who voted against him in this county. .iNone we are satisnea so voted for the reason that they thought him in any way unqualified for the position.' We have known Mr. Driggs for many years and from our knowledge of the man and his ability we feel fully warranted in saying to the people of this Judicial Sub-division that they will never have cause to regret the choice they have made. At the recent election in Switzer township, Monroe county, the follow ing actually took place: A voter who bad been in the West for three years, and recently returned, went to the polls and voted. After some time some one raised the question regard ing the legality of the vote. The Judges held a consultation and - fin ally decided the vote not legal. They then called the man in and asked him how he voted. He said he had voted the straight Democratic ticket. They then opened the ballot box and took out a straight Democratic tick et, locked the box up and scratched his name off the poll book. Bellaire Tribune. We are not advised as to whether the above article states the facts in this case, but if such are. the facts, the Tribune will have to admit that the Judges were perfectly honest in what they did. They were Demo cratic Judges and taking out a Dcm ocratic ticket and throwing it away is proof beyond doubt that the in tention to do what "was right and It seems as though we have been somewhat tardy ot late in our re In 1884 when Warner was a can- ports, and shall endeavor to be more punctual in the future. News seems to be scarce. The health of our place is good, there being-no one on the sick-list. Business is good in nil itsbranch- blowed his Tin Horn Warner re ceived 6-i majority in said township. This is consoling however to Poor- man of the Bellaire Tribune for in 1884 Bro. Poorman Jmade a speech for Taylor as against Warner in Wayne Township, this County, and the Democrats gained 40 votes. Therefore Poorman is a much better orator than both Foraker and Gros venor combined for the Democrats. The Democrats of Wayne township had about as good opinion of Poor max's speech in 1884, as the Repub licans of Belmont had of his letters on Boodle this year. You have our sympathies Bro- Pookman. Election rfasscd off quietly. John Cline, will soon have his new house completed. It' adds, much to the appearance of Main Street James E. Jones, Esq., Intends mov ing shortly to Bel pre, Washington County Ohio. Hon. Jas. II. Hamilton, started ast Sunday for Washington City, and will perhaps remain until Spring. G. W. Coultas, is home from Ca ji bridge. Adam Johnson, was home to vote Prof, S. A. Licucllcn, of Summer field, is in town to-day. Jas. L. Jones is teaching in Noble Co. Home must have some attract ion for him, (we see him every even C. C, GIVE THANKS UNTO THE MOST HIGH ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 25. Surely the people of most all sec tions of the United States have abun dant jcause for gratitude for their prosperity during the past year. Dame Fortune has smiled on us in many ways: We have prospered wonderfully as a nation; the soil has yielded bountifully; never before in tno History oi tnc nation nave we had a more propitious season for all products; and it is eminently fitting that in our prosperity, we turn to the Giver of all, and offer our thanks, The following is President 'Cleve land s proclamation appointing the day to be observed; It has long been the custom of the people of the United States, on a day in each year especially set apart for the purpose by their Chief Exe cutive, to acknowledge the goodness and mercy of God, and to invoke His continued care and protection, In observance of such custom, I, Grovcr Cleveland, President of the United States, do designate and set apart Thursday, the 25th day ot No vember instant, to be observed and kept as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. On that day let all our people forego their accustomed employ ments, and assemble in their usual places of worship, to give thanks to the Ruler of the Universe for the continued enjoyment of the bless . , ings oi n irec government, ior a re newal of business prosperity through out onr land, for the return which has rewarded the labor of those who till the soil, and for our Tirogrcss as a people in all that makes a nation great" And while we contemplate the in finite power of .God in earthquakes, flood and storm, let the grateful hearts ot those who have been shield ed from harm through His mercy be turned in sympathy toward those who have suffered through His visi tat ions. j-ei us, aiso, m the midst ot our thanksgiving, remember the poor and needy with cheerful gifts and alms, so that, our service may, by deeds or .charity, be made acccpta ble in the sight of the Lord. In witness whereof I have hereun to Bet my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington, this first day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six, and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and eleventh. ; - Groyeu Cleveland. v By the President: T. F. Bayard, Secretary of State. . The national debt, was reduced twelve million dollars during'Octo ber. Do the, Republicans still per sist in their belief that th Demo crats don't know how to run things? A St. Paul editor paid Emma Ab bott a big compliment. He was sit ting by the 6ingcr's husband while she was singing in "La Traviata,' in which the heroine is dying of con sumption. Emma was doing her best, cough and all, and the editor, turning to Mr. Wetherell, said most sympathetically, "Your wife seems to have quite a bnd celd." As soon as Mr. Wetherell recovered he ex plained that the cough was part of the performance. A slugger calling himself Jack Dempsey was in Savannah recently, trying to arrange exhibition" boxing matches. He called at tho News of fice, and when doubt was expressed about his being the genuine Demp Bey he wanted to break aboard with his fist or knock out a partition, or slug the bookcase, to show his mus cle. This convinced the editors for the instant that he was Dempsey, and he was ' humbly asked not to break the furniture. ing) BEALLSYILLE. N L'J (I) A H -1 A 0 H H 0 3R t"1 Ctl2,'86. Aireiiis actually clear $10 dolly with my woiHicnui new n-itcnt rubber under carnient for ft -mali-w. One lady sold 5 tlrst two umtrs. M US. N. Z. MTTLK, uox i;mcago, m. THE CINCINNATI SUBSCRIBE! am li 1I1U IR IT" IS ONLY POR 1887. $1 50 A YEAR. MRS. A. T. STEWART'S WILL. i The Disposition Made of the Vast Estate. I. no election is over ana the peo ple of the 15th Congression.il Dis trict will reap the reward of thei xony. ine rroinoition voic here was principally from the Democrat ic party, and strange to say, thev voted Kelly, nearly to a man. This accounts ior the way unggs was scratched here. This demonstrate! two iacts: nanvuy, lhat there is no consistercy in. the party and that they do not act from principle. 2d That the leaders of the movement were directly controlled by the prof it they derived from their candidate for their support. I am surprised that Democrats at this day and age, can be so easily duped by the false pretences of Republicans. arncr was scratched by five Democrats in Sunsberry, but received eight Repub lican votes, which put him three votes ahead of the ticket in this township. Mrs. W. II. Stellcrs and Mrs. Rev. Devore were at Bellaire, shopping on the 3d. The Post Office will be moved in the near future to E. W. Truaxe's new building on the burnt corner. J. J. Roberts turns out daily three pairs of hand-made ooots, in addi tion to a considerable amount of mending. A telephone line has been put up in Bcallsville. It extends from Wm. Luke's residence near the depot, to that of J. J. Roberts in the east end. Ross Montgomery has moved to towji. Mrs Shanklin Thornbei ry of Bel laire is visiting Iriends here. Shaffer, who was tried before the Probate Court of Belmont County, on Monday the 1st, inst, for selling the meat of a diseased animal, was acquited. There is some talk of a telephone line extending from Bcallsville to Jerusalem. That would be a good PROBATE NOTICE. Accounts and vouchers have been filed in the Probnte Court of Monroe County. Ohio, by the following Administrators, Kxoc'utore. und tiunrdians, to wit: Kirst and final account of E. S. Stephen ns fiuardian of John Stephen, an iinlxcile. First partial account of KHzabeth Muhlc man Administratrix of theestatcof Frederick New Yoi;k, Nov. 2. The will of Mrs. Cornelia 31. Stewart, deceased widow of the great millionaire di r Muid'eimm, deceased. ovWla mnvnnn Inn IWn lilol in . i nnrt final account of Cyrcno Burk gOOdS meil linn.,, lias DCCIl lllCd la !mrt Guardian of Mary J. r.urkhnrt, a mi- the office of the Surrogate for pro- ""!"; . ' , , . . , . ,. . i ii a Urst partial account of J. T.Culvcrhouscns Date. It IS a Very lengthy document (4uardianof John Hart, a minor. rxi-omi ami unai account oi ainry nays ns O. and lar3. orawn to corer many particu In . the first clause she gives to her brother, Charles P. Clinch,an annuity of $20,000 per annum, to be paid, to him in quarterly instal ments, until his death. To her sis ters Anna, Emmn and Julia Clinch, an srnuity of $10,000 per nnnum during their lives. Her niece, Sarah Administratrix of the estate of Leonard Hays, deceased. Third partial account of James A. Brown as Kxecutor of jhc will or Stephen II. Drown, deceased. Kirst. and flnnl account- of Isaac Oehrlnz as Executor of the will of John Siaubll, dee'd. Finn! account of U O. I ikey Administrator of theestatcof Arthama Williams, deceased. Second partial account of James Nesbitt as (Juardlan of I.ulu SlotlVtt, a minor. Second partial account of James 8. Dotson as Cuardian ofRnsselS.. 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Tho pu'Jcy of tho EsctvrsEx U to servo tho whole cn-.mtry and tho penplo Impartially; to briag about g;n'.i!ni end lasting reforms bene ficial to all; ti freely speak tho truth and givo facts; to exrioso corruption -wherever found, and to rc::uor all po3ihio assistanco in the detection and pnuthcicnt of vice. Subscribe for it for 1SS7. end en.'oy the satis faction of being a reader of the bot newspaper in the world. Stop Borrowing Your Neiijbor's Paper and Subscribe Yourself. thing. : Victor. EDWINA. rarmers are Dusy nusKing corn, they are a little late, yet the major ity of them took time to go to th( election. Messrs. Eds. as I am sometimes f little off, 3ou will please excuse me if my mind should happen to run in a different direction from the topics of the day. I desire to speak a few words in regard to public roads. Wh- not have good roads in Monroe county as well as in ad joining counties lhe creek road Smith, deceased, First and final aeconnt.of Philip Bcv Ad ministrator, with the will annexed, of the es tate of John Jenny, deceased. Second partial account of Alfred Itiley as Guardian of John Ij. Smith, a minor. Final account of Jasper Lisk Kxecutor of the will of Nicholas P. Lisk, deceased. Third partial account of Ross 1 Hutchinson as fiuardian of James Arthur Hutchinson, a minor. First partial account of Cyrus C. Oratisny ns (itianiian of the minor heirs of Frank R. Lyles. Any person Interested may file written ex ceptions to said accounts, or any Item thereof, im or iicioro i no i mi uay oi ueceiins-r next. M m'th in lu-ni-notlinl t!;n nnn .-tvomi ami nnal account, of John Sinclair M. MmtD, IS bequeathed qiOU,UUO.. Administrator of the ratntn of J.-rei.ihih . ! Cornelia S. Butler gets $200,000,and;si"!1'Vr'17,sr, . , , . c ' ' ' ' Hrst anil final necnnnl nf A lvmiflnr nm.'i. each Ot tier Children, Lawrence and: nnnn Administrator m the estate of Jacob Charles S., $50,000 each. Kate II. Smith receives $200,000. Louise. Ellen," Bessie and James, also chil dren of Sarah N. Smith, receive $100 000 each. Her deceased sister Louise's children each get $50,000. All the rest of her estate, real and personal, goes to Charles J. Clinch, now of Paris, and Henry Hilton, as executors, who are directed not to Probate Judtrc Monroe Conntv. Ohio. nov9,HtttL pay any of the bequests until three! when tho mo wiu i finally heaM ami con 1 J ' 1 , , . . . tlnued from day to day until disposed of. years after the final probate of the a. j.pf.arhox. will. I In a codicil dated May 27, 1878,! she orders her executors to dispose of her estate in various ways. She revoked the bequest to Henry Hil ton, and gives to him one-half part of the remainder of her estate, to be NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. used in completing, etc., the Stewart Memorial Cathedral at Garden City; to endow it forever; to build two seminaries to be attached to the Ca thedral and transfej them to the Protestant Episcopal Church of Long Island. If any heir next of him or legatee institutes on action, or becomes party to any action, to set aside the will, it will make null the bequests to them. Aar additional codicil was made July 2, 187S. In this instrument 6he orders Judge Hilton's bequest to be more than, sufhcicnt to pay for the various He is zo divide the residue among the legatees in such proportions as in his judgment eecros bc6t. He may, at any time, appoint or substi tnte a trusttie or trustees to act in his stead for such time as he deems expedient, and ma' at any time re voke such appointment. Etlnte nf Ir.nnc E. Stinf, D franed. THE undersized hns been appointed and qualifled ns Administrator oftheeslat of Isaac K. Sllne, late of Monmccountv.dcc'd. Dated this 12th day of Octotier, A. D. IRS.). octl2,80t4. tVM. H. STINK. THE WEEKLY BipER Is the Family Taper or the country home. It gives the general ncv,-3 of the whole world np to the day of publication ; contains a mas3of choice reading matter; deals ia Artr"Litcrature, and Science, and it3 Market reports. Agricultural Department and Household page can not be sur passed. It is the largest and cheapest paper in Union, and is conceded by every body to be the best weekly paper published. . Ill till It 11 Pits WEEKLY ENQUIRER. One Yea.t, $i 13. Six Months, 65a. A Free Copy for Clubs of Five. ENQUIRER. IMo. 3M0S.6M0S. lYr. Sunday and Daily SI 60 $3 75 J7 00 $14 00 Daily, ex. Sunday 1 25 8 25 6 00 Any three days G5 1 75 S 25 Any two days 45 1 25 2 25 Any one day 2i 65 25 Bunday Issue .' 25 65 125 12 00 6 00 4 00 200 200 Address ENQUIR.EH, CINCINNATI, OHIO. john R Mclean, Publisher and Proprietor. . Doc Johnson of Littlefield, Idaho, is a professional gambler of the John Oakhurst type, dresses faultlessly, is particularly polite, and very pop ular. He won money of another in Center township, from Wolf Pen! gambler known as French Joe, and i ijiiciuti iimunuu. cMii-, nuu nus a big man, weighing 195 pounds, slap Doc asked run via Leonard Jackson s to the residence of George Norris, is a dis grace to 'Jt civilized community. Perhaps the next excuse will be, "We are not able to make so many new roads." Yes, you are. Make npv marla vhiln vnn pro flio-mmr paths along the cre"ek banks, so" that! n? P.oc treated the crowd, and after ped Doc, who is slight him to stop, and when Joe didn't stop drew a pistol and shot him dead, This was in Doc's gambling house, which was crowded. After the shoot- a horse may be led along. Gov. Foreaker 6eems to be a little down ou the Irish Democrats well, we suppose on Democrats of all kinds. Perhaps the Governor only spoke his mind. Let us say a fe words on the subject of mind-speak- j inor- Tf. ia o vlfo n-KiI hna n fhnn- sand .forms and gradations. The f,ir man who speaks his mind generally J has a wretchedly poor mind to speak. He is obsequious before su periors, and tyranical to those be neath him. We have no right to speak our mind'so as to give pain or cause embarrassment. We are1 ns liable as the rest of mankind, and after we have flung the poisoned dart, may discover that it was aimed at the wrong victim. To speak kind ly of others, and to refer rather to their excellencies than ' defects, are tokens of a refined and gentle, na ture. We forgot to say that we have not noticed any tobacco merchants on our creek yet. We have some very fine crops of the weed. There were about 8,400 sticks of tobacco raised on the farm of Mr. Stephen Dougherty. Mr. William Early, an old citi zen, is quite ill at present Robin Hood. drinking walked to the dead man, who la -where he fell, and said: "Well, Joe, you have been looking for tlrs for the last fivedavs. I tried to avoid it. Majr God bless you and forgive you for taking advantage of me." lie then gave $100 toward the funeral expenses. The Coroner's exonerated Doc from all blame. Samuel Cross of Cherry Camp, Va., has a 36-year-old horse that is as active ns any young horse, and has just cut a brand new set of teeth. A prisoner in .the Santa Clara County jail, California, has invented a water wheel which is said to be a great improvement on4 the turbine wheel. JOHN U. DOHEKTt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodsfieln, Ohio. novB.'HO. JAS. Sf HWYM.M (German,) .. PHYSICIAN & SUKGE0N, Will attend to all calls nlghtorday. novflmj. SHERIFF'S SALE. BYvl fror Susannah Miller vs. Frederick Miller. & 1. Irtue of n certain Execution issued from the Court of Common Plena within and for the con my of Monroe and State of Ohio, in a case lx-ndiiiK In mid Court between the above named tmrties, and to me 'directed, have levied npontho following personal prop erty of the plaintiff, Susannah Miller, to wit: One roan mare aliout six years old, and one roan mare colt nbout live months old. and I will otrer same for sale at the front door of the Court House In Woodsfleldon Saturdav, theflllh day f November, 1H8U, at one o'clock p. m. XerniB of Fale'Cash. LOUIS SULZBERGER, Nov. 9,'80t Short ff M. C. O. WANTED! ' Good Hickory Lumber for Rims and .Shafts. 8 feet long, full li thick, good quality, straight prain clear of knots and iron streaks, for which we will pay $17 50 per 1,000 feet. 8 and Si ieetlong, full H and It thick, tough tim ber, straight and close ai ain. clear of knots and iron streaks, butt cut only,' $20 per 1,000 feet 8 feet lone;, full 1 J thick, second eruwth, ch ar of all defects, $25 per 1,000 feet. 8 feet long, full li thick, recond growth, clear of dc fects, ,and all white, $30 per 1.000 feet Can use any width. All lumber to be edged and de- livcieci in mu yard or on railroad tracl85an CAMBRIDGE HOOFING CO., Cambridge, 0. Fair in its Treatment of all Questions. nov2,Mtf Franklin Davis & Co., IBM Ifflllli rf I i. 4911 Acres in ultivatk New and Choice Fruits a Specialty. All stock warranted first class and true to name. A fine stock of Oramcntnl trees, Rosea and nuruiw. rtpecitu prices on uirge union. AG13NT8. ANDREW POWELL, Greenbrier, Ohio.. augl7,'8Giul. .W. 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