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Tuesday, Nov. 9, 18S6.
W. 8. YANLAW Local Editor. INDEX TO SETT ADVERTISEMENTS. Sheriff's Sale, Accounts, Local, Prospectus, Merchant Tailoring Book Binding &c, L. SCLSBEKGEK. A. J. Pkaksox. , K. Clixoax. The Exquirer. C. E. Dennis. L. 1. Saxdel. Sunshine Friday. Rain and snow Saturday. " G. G. Jennings is smiling it's a girl. Court is in session in Belmont County. . More piking is being done on our streets. Woodstield is to have a dra matic troupe. . A number of our sportsmen were out last week. ' .John Dcherty, Jr., has had an addition to the family. 1 he lirst snow ot the season fell here on last, Saturday. Read President Cleveland's Thanksgiving Proclamation. The Local train on the B. Z. & C. has a new hassenser coach of .. improved style. Commissioner . Mills ' estimates that one hundred million pounds of oleomargarine are annually manu factured. We call the attention of our readers to the law card of John W. Dohcrtj, to be found in this issue of the SriRiT. ' The Statue of Liberty is 151 feet 1 inch high, and weighs 450, 00 pounds. France Dcycr docs anything by halves. The weather on election da' was fine; the order on our streets, ditto; but the scratching was ridic ulous and uncalled for. . The business room of Mr. Fred. Diehl was roofed last week. When finished it will add very much to the appearance, of that part of town. Women don't object in fact, they believe in tight shoes, tight gloves, and and, yes, tight waists, but they very properly object to a tight husband. The oleomargarine law went into effect on Monday of hist week.'; Now let a law be passed by which we can get pure butter, unadultera ted butter, and bald-headed butter. Mr. Schumacher of this place lias a number of ears of corn which he grew, that, measure thirteen inches in length. Two of them weighed only three and-a-half lbs. We pass J Ul,nu,eu inousanii cionars. ' The BCrcr 'for the Ohio Sol-1 The medical card'of Dr. James diers' Home, near SanduBky, will be' Schwynn, of Baresville. appears in over 6,00(5 feet Ions, of which over 'this week's Spirit. Dr. Schwynn is 1200 feet will be rock work. The'R contract price' for $2,630.15. constrnction is. We learn that Rev. W. T. Gar- a partner . of the well known Dr. roway,. for some lime pastor of the' Akerman, of Wheeling. The Doc Presbyterian Church, of this place,. torha8 ctly IwatoH v.t Bares has decided on changing his loca-!vlllc thi? COi,nty ani wu takc l)lea9" tion. We understand that he has"re in introducing him to the people accepted a call from Utica, Pa. of Monroe cbunty. The-4,000 Shakers in the Uni ted States are said to be worth $12, 000,000. The Shakers ore a sect of religious communists. As they nev er marry, the last fellow of that 4, 000 will have a competence for his old age. Belhiire Tribune. A number of new names were placed on our subscription books last week, and several extra copies called for by non-subscribers for ex amination. What we want to do now is to place the Spikit in each home In the County. . With the help of our friends we can do so. ' - An amendment to the Ohio law fixiug the Weight of a busliel of, grain and other articles, fixes the! night, in honor of Judge J. B. Driggs. weight of the following additional j A pyramid of store boxes, barrels, articles: "Of tomatoes, fifty-six lbs.; and other inflammable material was of peaches, forty-eight pounds;., of j formed, and when the torch was ap turnip8, sixty pounds. It also makes! plied, the blaze illuminated all sur eixty -eight pounds of corn in car rounding objects. Fire balls added a bushel. It is with pleasure that we learn L M. Riley, of the St. Clairs- ville Gazette, has been enabled to save his paper from the Sheriff's hammer. He paid the amount due, and has brought suit against C. N. paumer, the former publisher, for breach of contract Let justice be administered. A number of stray cows were at large in the streets last week, and , .. cmr!) litI in TrtrAinflf nn fintKAnna i-nt Drivate grounds, and doincr "consid- ,.nTlo Anmnnn TP fl.n u uiv u(uuui;v.i jl. i tiiuunuviovuil to keep them in their proper places, what is to hinder our Marshal from' doing his duty? What's the use of having laws, unless they are forced?- An PTflinnrre romnrl A nwa.: paper may do aman a thousand fa - yors anu get a Buiuc m return, wuuc, 1 if it makes one divergence from the same ienow s ineas, iie win give a thousand kicks, swear, eternal en- mity and withdraw his patronage; lmt the paper still continues publi cation, however. - Correct. Some people are built that way, PE&OJfAlIi. Hon. J as. II. Hamilton was in town Friday. J. T. Judkins, of Columbus, was here last week. Mrs. S. L. Mooney is with Sten bcnville friends. Mr. Jas. G. liouse has been seri ously ill for several days, but is now better. Mr. M. Thomas, of Kound Bot tom, was a visitor at our office Thursday. Mrs. Davis, and daughter, M iss Laura, of Jerusalem, re with friends in town. .Miss Amanda Kirkpatrick, and mother, of.Beallsvillc, are guests at! S. L. Mooncy's. Messrs. G. P.. Wilcox and Theo, Harcn, of Ozark, were ors at the Spikit olHce. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hutchinson, and little daughter, Artie, visited t lass wecK at c it. .Miner s. Rev. W. T. Garroway, of the Pres-, byterian Church of tlm place, leaves with his family this week for their new home. Jas. A. Watson, Special Pension Examiner, lias been located at uarnsburg, w. M ana is getting along nicely, , Vermont, most likely. ' ,. F. Kasserman and C. Yonssey, .According to a prominent Repub of Sardis, two agreeable gentlemen, lican in this town there are three and old subscribers to the Spirit, were in to sec us last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. DcNoon left for Fayette County, Pa., on last Friday, for a visit of a few weeks. Mr. De- ISoon was born in Uayette county, jority there was 1 80. Very flatter and this is his first return in forty jn.r. ' . 3'ears- i Sam. Piper, the popular, was dc- Will Judkins has resigned his po- fcatcd for Clerk in Belmont County, sition asr Conductor on the B. Z. & Pipor. it will be remembered, fesign- C. and will so to Columbus where he has accepted & position with the Merchants' Collecting and Report- ing Agency. Capt. S. Spangler attended the meeting of Presbytery at Bridgc- port on last Thursday. This was a special meeting' called for the pur pose of supplying this charge with a minister. For the present a "sup- ply" will fill the vacancy. ! 1 - ' The farmers of Harrison Conn-' ty intend organizing a farmers' stitutc. A good idea. - It is estimate that the wheat sown this year in Hancock County, this State, will reach one hundred thousand acres. See the ad. of C. R. Dennis, Merchant Tailor of Zancsville, in the SriKiT of this v.eclc. He has a fine stock and any one M ill do well to call and sec him for anything in his line. Only twenty million bushels of coal are on the barges v.t Pittsburg, ting a rise in the Ohio. This coal is worth twelve and a-half cents per bushel at Cincinnati, and will bring in round figures, two million . C 1 J-1J1 . .1-11 graduate of the University of Zu- rich, Switzerland, and of Hoidel- iberg, Germany. He was formerly j The following is the odicial vote i for Common Pleas Judge: BELMONT. St. Clair Kelley, . J. B. Driggs, Kelley's majority, MOXKOE. 6474 5039 1435 3363 1688 1675 I John B. Dvigjjs, St. Clair Kelley, .. Driggs' majority, Driggs has a majority of 240 over Kelley in the two counties. . . f illumiuatioa. A very creditable illumination tooK place on tae square in iront t the Court House last Thursday j to the general enjoyment. Eveiy , thinq; was conducted with order and 'enthusiasm. TRADE SUMMARY OF PAST WEEK. Collections were good. Money atcs were easier. , Money was abundant, and rates low. In some sections. Dry Goods were ttr1 .1- i l.i. aCUVC. r Uneu KIHKIS utousui SHU prices, i 1 he demand lor wool fell off da- Vlli" tllC WCCk The strike clement . ' ! Little or nothing was in done' grain markets, and speculators were r. n r r. I t.d' nhnt t r. Ha i Ihe situation has improved in iron markets. At Pittshuih there ! was a good demand, and prices were "c" vm ul" Hardware dealers report a , 8lOW trade. Litue eise was io e expect- ed at this time. Manufacturers arc preparing for next season, The most stubborn cases of dys . -!t. i i i ii. pepsin bicu uuiiuucuc jitm iu me regulating and toning influences Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Try it POLITICAL NOTES. Mugwumps. Bohemian Oats won.. Kelley met his Waterloo. We congratulate Judge Driggs on his election. Boodle Bob. Kennedy got there by the skin of his teeth. We move that a Skin Cane ' be presented to the faithful ones of the g. o. p. The Republicans will now leave Monroe in the 15th. False encour- aocmcnt. Warner has not lost his grip. There are 2,110 voters in Monroe County who say so. The Rwpjiblicnn majority in Ohio was lowered from 30,000 to about ; 12,000 which is good enough, thank vou. Monroe County played to the tune ()f 2.226 for Brown, for State School Commissioner. A irood majority for nn r.;r venr 'flic Democrats of Belmont elect- ed their Clerk and Auditor, done for a County always Nobly claimed as Republican. . If Warner had carried this Dis trict.: Where, oh, where would Monroe have been put? Against classes of mugwumps. For further particulars inquire at headquarters. Two j-oars ago Warner was de feated in Washington County by nh0ut 500 votes. This year his ma- P, h nosilir.n ns nnstmnntpr nt Barncsville to accept the nomination for Clerk. Gov. Foraker at Marietta: "lam pleased to greet the people of Wash ington County. I trust I shall have the pleasure of meeting them again; but I don't want to come here by the ira; of dark Jlonroe. What have tho TnnM; f Mm, inno? w , , , . . f hoard nr a nrnminont lwrcnn in this town who talked, walked the streets, and pawed the earth in his in-'attempts to gull Democrats into vo- .ting - tno rromoition ticKct. iie, himsdf' walke(1 UP and votwl the -i..." -1... T l.l; a"1a. Oh, in- .isi'uin hi-kcu ! consistency thy pameis- OBITUAKIES. M.VKV POWELL. Died. At the. residence -of her son, Thomas, on the 22d of Septem ber, 1886, Maky Powell, aged" 45 years,' 3 months and fourteen daj-s. She M as born in Pcnns3ivania,and came with her parents to Malaga, this ' county. She married Hiram Powell, and six children were bornjto them. Her husband and three chil dren passsd over the River before she herself was called. Mrs. Powell was a member in good standing of the Christian Church. Sfyc is remembered as a good friend and a loving mother. JANE ELLIOTT. Miss Jane Elliott, of Ozark, was called from the earth to rest on Oct. 21, 1880, in the 30th year of her age. She united with the M. E. Chnrch, of .this place about 4 years ago, since which time she has lived an upright and Christian life. Although a large portion of her time was spent in Washington County, Pa., and other distant places, on her visits home she always expressed her faith in Christ. She returned home for the last time in her life, with the mark of the destroyer plainly written on her facc,and she was declining with that dread disease, consumption; She bore her affliction without a mur mur, and her only desire was that she might die in the full triumph of living faith. She always had a word of advice to everyone who called on her that was to live for Jesus. She leaves a widowed mother, three sisters and one brother to mourn for her. She requested them not to sorrow for her, but prepare to meet her around Gods throne, in heaven. Mrs. Pueiie J. Lutht, wife of Si siox Llthy, died at her residence in Green township, Monroe County, Ohio, October 20, 1886. She was a faithfulancl efficient member of the Mi E. Church, and while her light was shining brightly for the Master, she was suddenly called to her leward, the palm, the harp, the crown. She will be sadly missed in the church and communi ty. But it is in the lonely, desolate home that hearts arc bowed most heavily over this sad bereavement. A kind husband, two bright little l .i nH Ar..At :4.nM . uoys uuu an uuwiimiuu; biblui mn- t 11 j I ill i irow most oi an, inai iney see ner face no more; Uut their sorrow is not without hope, and they will cherish, as their richest lesacy. her bright and sunny life, to them so full of delightful and cherished memories, "Drnon not In sorrow. UCHDOlld not In fear. Droop not In sorrow, despond not In fear, . . . " ' A Rlorloiw to-morrow Is brlfrbk-nlng near, When blessed reward of eiiehJoyful endenv- ! .. m ic er. Mlt8. W. II. RCTTElt. - For fourteen years Thornas lieb- an oia r.nSiunian, meu in a " O ' annarently very poor, lne other or. ine ouier dead, evidently cath. In a box dav he was found de having starved to death in a corner, caretully concealwl, were 1 It is reported that Mike Kelly, the f r11f tl, fl,i,.. WKitn i.iuiuua jvcuj mi me viuu. imiK, Stockings, will not play ball next season, because he has made over $100,000 speculating m wheat. It is a good while between now and - spring, and if Kelly sticks to wheat i i. :i.4. ..i-j i uc may ins iiiiyuij gmu iu piay uaii of next season or do anything else make a living. HYMENEALS. Mr. Elijah Morris and Miss Nancy . Stephen, May 2d, 1886, by Jas. W. Warner. , Mr. Forrest E. Jeffers and Miss Margaret J. Craig, July 13th, 1886, bv J. T. Culrerhouse. -Mr. E. W. Laud and Miss Mary Martin, September 1st, by Chas. M. Ilollett. iur. win. n. uryau ami iuisa- Mollie Simmons, October 23d, 1880,1 by J. T. Culverhousc. Mr, Thos. J. Dennis and Miss Hannah A. Hendershott. August 12th, 1886, by C. M. Blowers. Mr. David Kasserman and Miss Louisa Bruny, September 7th, 1886, by Rev. 0. Kraft. Mr. J. A. Spear and Miss Laura A. Talbot, September 5th, 1886, by Samuel Tschappat. Mr. Thos. W. Taylor and Miss Elma Evans, September 11th, 18S6, by C. M. Blowers. Mr. William Baumberger and Miss Lizzie Friedle, September 14th, 1886, by J. D. Berges. Mr. J. W. B. Strickling and Miss Mary C. Burkhard, September 11th, 18S6. by Henry C. Winland. Mr. Jas. Willard and Miss Rosa E. Luetz, September 16th, 1S86, by A. F. Null. Mr. F. S. Burgbacher and Miss Katie Russer, October 12th, 1886, by A. J. Wintcrick. Mr. Chas. Burkhart and Miss Katie L. Lang, October 12th, 18S6, by A. J. Wintcrick. Mr. A. Wilson and Miss M. Carr, September 9th, 1886, by J. M. Mc- Angus. Mr. David Whittach' and Mrs. Nancy llcnthorn, October 7th, 1S86, by E. Brown. Mr. Chas. E. Ott and Miss M. F. Griffith, October 7th, 1886, by W. T. Garroway. Mr. Frank Keasor and Miss An nie Dresler, October 7th, 1886, by F. M. Beard. Joseph S. Parker and Miss Sarah R. Gray, August 12th, 1886, by J. R. Camden. Mr. C. H. Woods and Mis3 Julia Allen, August 21st, 1886, by Jack son Ha ught. Mr. John E. Walter and Miss Anne M. Cochran, July 25th, 18S6, bv Wm. Danford. Mr. John T. Luly and Miss Mary E. Walters, August 8th, 1886, by C. Burghardt. Mr. Joshua Jackson and Miss Maggie D. Barrachman, September 9th, 1SS6, by'J. T. Culverhousc. Mr. Jacob Sailer and -Miss Eliza beth Kindelberger, September 9th, 1886, by J. D. Berges. Transfers of Real Estate for Week Ending: October 80,1886. George Okey & nx to Wm. Berk- hammer, 1 acre, Bethel township, $20. Josiah Melott et al to A. G. Me- lott, part lot 68, M. fc M. Nesbitt's addition to Sardis, $1. Wm. J. Wiley fc ux to Matthew Moore, pt lot 10, Jerusalem, $1000. Stephen Grossenbacher to Katha rine Klotzli, 40 acres, Ohio town ship, $950. L. Sulsberger, Sheriff, to F. Kct tcrer, 82 acres, Malaga township, $1400. Jacob J. Muhlcman et al to J. G. Muhleman, 38 acres, Ohio township, $2500. John G. Muhleman et al to J. J. Muhleman, 62 acres, Ohio township, $2000. Number of mortgages recorded, 10. Amount secured, $4498.34. Number of mortgages released, 2. Amount canceled, $875. E. J. Graham, Recorder. NOW IT IS $120,000. A CLl'E TO THE ADAMS EXPRESS ROBBER FOUND. St. Louis, Oct. 30. As the days pass the amount stolen from the Ad ams Express car on the St Louis and San Francisco Railroad last Monday night, grows with alarming rapidity. First it was said to be $50,000, then $70,000, then $80,000, and to-day, from the facts gleaned from the different shippers of monej' by the Adams Company on Monday, the amount is estimated to be at least $100,000 and may aggregate $120,000. Manager Weir was seen last evening, t and said to a reporter that the best detective talent that could be found was working upon the case,but that there were so many clews as to who perpetrated the rob beiT that it Avas difficult to select from anion": them. The threads of ( evidence were numerous, but they were gradually being woven together and thev exnected to hear from rhoir . . i . nfrents in a aav or two. i . . Later in the evenins Mr. Weir re- ceived advices.whic,h caused his has-! ty departure from the city. Where! he went no one on tliomitsiflofcnmra! and the company's officers refused! to say. Mr. Damsel, manao-er of to 833". Mr. tlm St T.nnio nffina aniA tlint im the St. Louis office, said that im '"' """-M portant news had called him away and that they had at last struck the UUU liltlb liUKl Ult mail BLI llL'h. Llir r!o-iit. r-lno Tii mnn nnd hf ivoiild anmi Iia nrrootorl . . v. As to iho ralilior'fl w lipronlmnf a tr identity nothing could be learned. l,aby Heeter of I rcnton O., who was pounds, measured 33 inches around the Chest, 40 at the waist, and 25 around the thigh is dead IIe had aiwa3-8 becu n apparently healthy child, but died of fatty degeneration of the heart - v-.il. nv t nr m -r i. ivxoiiu lUKoina, t . i., inaian had his first glass of soda water the other day, and liked it so much that he at once proceeded to put nineteen more on top of it. The next day he drank thirty-three more, and wanted . i .... i . . io Keep 11 np, out tile ariljmst was to afraid that he'd explode and stopped the supply. Report f the , Woodsfleld Schools for the Month Ending October 2th, .188(5. No. of pupils enrolled, 215; aver- daily attendance 184. I Room No. i. No. ot pupils enroll ad, 42; No. of pupils attending each day, 34. Honor Roll. Ernest Cass, Willie Moose, Frank Pearson, Dora Stoehl, Maud Kisar, Emma Sulsberger, George Mooney, Johnnie Stephen, Florence Trues, Savilla Trnex. Carrie Cassil. Teacher, g Boom N0.Ti No. of pupils enrol- it:u, iu, ui itijjiio iiiiumimg v.ivu day, 40. Hoxor Roll. Charlie Bel ford, Marian Bright, Tommy Darnell, Le roy Dearth, Marshal Gilmore, Char lie Hayes, Ollie Jackson, Henry Kestner, C. Morris, Eddie Muhleman, I Clyde steel, h.mmet bulsbergcr, John Souders, Fritz Leibfarth, Lora Bott, Daisy Craig, Luna Eddj, Madge Gillespie, Addic Grimes, Mary Glad den, Grace Pope, Helen Reinherr. Dee Beakd, Teacher. Room No. hi. No. of pupils en rolled, 34; No. of pupils attending each day, 30. Peufect Weeks. Stellie Arm strong, May Gillespie, Clara Hel bling. Bessie Mallory, Maggie Steel, Eva Smith, Minnie Sulsberger, Mary Trnex, Mollie Thornbeny, Louis Burgbacher, Eddie Dorr, Oliver Lit tle, Arvine Pool, Francis Sulsberger, Millie Smith, Willie Stochr, Freddie Stoehr, Okey Watson, M. Watson. Nax Sinclair, Teacher. Room No. iv. No. of pupils en rolled, 33; No. of pupils attending each day, 29. Honoi: Roll. Clarence Arm strong, Harry Baker, Bert Muhle man, Willie Pearson, Wayne Watson, Edwin Wintcrick, : Minnie Diehl, Mattie Pope, Sadie Ricer, Minnie Redin, Annie Reinherr, Lizzie Smith, Fannie Shields. Bella Sinclair, Teacher.' Rooji No. v. No. of pupils enroll ed, 30; No. of pupils attending each day, 27. Honor Roll. Clifford Cassil, Charlie Lude, Everett Richner, John Sulsberger, illie Schumacher, Al bert Wintcrich, Willie Reinherr, Bessie Armstrong, Annie Heck, Em ma Koontz, Bessie Pope, Mary Rou- senburg. Maky E. Sinclair, Teacher. Room No. vi. No. of pupils en rolled, 30; No. of pupils attending each dayi 24. Honor. Roll.; Cora Craig, Ella Cassil, Annie Lauenstcin, Kate Neu- hart, Charles Pearson, Minnie Rein herr, Tempie Sinclair, E. Schuma cher, Edith Shields. H. T. Mokkow, Teacher. Weekly absentees, who were not granted excuses: Room No. 1. W uhc Driggs, Adela Burgbacher; No. 2, Mattie Hall; No. 3, Lcander Baker, Lizzie Leib farth; No. 4, Frank West, Charles Smith, Fritz Burgbacher, Minnie Diehl; No. 6, Flora Baker, Lena Deiter, Willie Richner, Wayne West Miracnlons Escape. W. W. Reed, druggist, of Win chester, Ind., writes: "One of my customers, Mrs Louisa Pike, Barton ia, Randolph Co., Ind., was a long sufferer with Consumption, and. was given up to die by her physicians. She heard of Dr. King's. New Dis covery for Consumption, and began buying it of me. In six months' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now so much im proved she has quit using it. She feels she owes her life to it. Free Trial Bottles at R, W. Pope's Drug Store. Business Locals 5FThc old hoss is still alive and can make it in 2-20. The un dersignad M-oiild inform his friends and public in general, that he has finished a thorough course of repairs on his milirSnd is in readiness to do the best of work. Work done by Mr. Job Hall, and K. McCarpenter, splendid workmen from Belmont Co. R. CLIXGAN. Nov. 9,'8Gt2. DR. JAS. A. McCOY, jDentlst, Will visit Lewisville, Nov. 2d and 3. Antioch, Nov. 5th, and 6. WooJsfield, Denoon House, 8th, fc 9. Jerusalem, Nov. 10th, and 11. Miltonsburg, Nov. 12th. and 13. BZAt3ES"'IT.TBio. W" nmnjmut CIRCULARS BENT FREE. PARSONS KEN'SISOX, rrop'rs. oet3B,KS To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions ot youth, nervous weakness, early decay, lossot manhood, fcc, I will send & recipe that will cure you.FEEE OT CHARGE. This groat remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a solt-addrossed envelope to the Bet. Joseph T. Ixkav, Station V, A'e Tork City. Oct. 2086 1y. KEW MILLISEEY GOODS. Call on M. L. Twinem Jlillinery and fancy gools. for new Oct. 12,'86t6. M. L.TWIXEM. dn tn A V ST.APir'S fr,r Pure Drugs, and Patent Medicines. -Any person wishing Slate, Tin I. or Iron Roofing done, will find it to; their interest to call on or address , T T TT "VI ! A. Ohio. A - urpman, wanngkun, Sep. 7,'86 tL MEAT M: iiKET. f n.i t 'i 1 . mtim nnim.i.-i - . airf 14. 80. VyllAUL.li,a lUSS. ' Carroll & JBro., fiRANITK & MARRliK iVrtKK F.KS. nml Tmnnrtpra nf If a linn M oih1o. iinu liupvi ivi w w Ausaui UlUl nivf ' liia! l a mA-i gmnit a,,, c t c , .. Thia -fii-m L-nnna Q Tina . an nnf inn r i Monuments and Tablets which will Le gold at icc8 to Buit the tim wwii" w V S f , Uec. Io, ba- Vs. THE BellalrC ZaflPSTlllC & Cincinnati j Will sell Cheap Tickeis to TIT,rr III I Isl JIJ O OXjiXTMOBXTS , CINCINNATI, IZLA.TlitAM CITY and all points West .J. C.UI.AKK, T. P. A. jy 128G. Woodsneld,'Ohio. X' Rheumatism It is an established fact that Hood's 8a saparilla has proven an Invaluable remedy in many severe cases ot rheumatism, effect ing remarkable cares by its powerful action in correcting the acidity ot the blood, which is the cause oi the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. It is certainly fair to assume that what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done tor others It will do for yon. Therefore, It yon suffer the pains and aches ot rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair trial. A Positive Care. "I was troubled very much with rheuma tism io my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed a good deal of the time. Being rec ommended to try Hood's SarsapatlHa, I look four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla -.i cno ot the best blood purifiers in the r.i.r;(l." W. F. 'Wood, Bloomington, IU. For Twenty Yccrs 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 18G3 1 found no relief, but grew worse. I then began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it did me more good than all the other medicine I ever had." H. T. Balcom, Shirley. Mass. "I suffered from what the doctors cafied muscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar saparilla and am entirely cured." J. T. A. Frotjdfoot, letter carrier, Chicago, IU. We shall be. glad to send, freo of charge to all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for t& Made only by C L HOOt & CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. octl2,'8fiy. L. D. SANDEL, i pbi i m mm, LEGAL BLANK PUBLISHER, 17 1-3 X. Fourth Street, ZANESTILLE, OHIO. Nov. ft, 1SSI!-1Y. Henry C. Lillibridge, MerchantTailor Cur. Main ami Fourth Streets, Under Clar endon Hotel, ZANESTILLE, CIIIO. oetaVHSy. Burned to Death. About 7 o'clock Sunday evening a little 8-year old daughter of a man named Kcmple, who lives about two miles below Benwood, near McMech en's was burned to death. The fam ily left home some time during the day, leaving the child alone in the house. As dusk approached,, the child started to light a fire in the stove, and to make it ignite quickly she started to pour kerosene upon the wood. In some manner the oil caught fire and exploded, igniting the clothing of the girl, and burning her so badly that she died about midnight the same night, after suf fering great agony. Bellaire Trib une. NeTer Give I'p. If you are suffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered, blood, weak constitution, headache, or any diser.se ct a bilious nature, bv all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to sec the rapid improvements tnat will follow; vou will be inspired with new life; strength and activity will re turn; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will reioice in the praise of Electric Litters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle ly.4L W. Pope. ' - . - A Powcrfnl Weapon. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. It is now positively known that Wm. Cramp & Sons have made arrangements .to construct a dynamite gun cruiser for the government which will-fee capa ble of running 20 knots an hour and of firing a 00 pound dj-namite shell every two minutes. The vessql is to cost not more than $350,000, but should it fail to meet the require ments of the contract when finished the contractors must refund the amount expended by the government. It is said that on account of this re quirement the contract ha3 gone begging for six months past. The dynamite projectile to be us ed is thrown from a long steel tube. By menns of the sudden release of compressed air being admitted there is no shock but an immense velocity is attained before the 6hell leaves the muzzle, and at a range of two miles the accurac3r of the gun is said J tebe. remarkable. -The cartridge consists of a thin copper can cf the diameter of the bore of the gun, con taininyr 200 pounds of dynamite, and sttn. hpd t.n it n -Inner vlr.n !,. which steadies the flight of theshell as tne stickjoeshof a rocket. " Ilnctlen's Arnica Salre. The Best Salve in the world for i Rhcnm Fever Sores. Tetter. Chaimcd . Hands, Chilblains, Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures talkingi With OUr BfCWS t Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- o ,. antced to give periec.i sausiacuon, or money rctunuea. rnce 20 cents LiVO StOCli. East Liberty i k ioowi , , , r r,ottloT?pinta 917fir.1rl- cliii. mentS, Oi neaa;uOtaing UOing; no ! cattle shipped to Xefl oar YnrL- frt rlor Hogs Receipts, 5, WJ RCaa: Slim i. i i j. a. menis, 4,2uo neaa; manict aciivo; , ... .. i oftQi or. ...i. i'ini.'iii'iiiiii;is 24 .iwiiU't .;i : i n k . 1 -t ' - - - - -. ers. $4 004 29: trrassers, 3 75 i " ' ' 4 W, W Cars DOKS eUipnca to xSCW : irtv JO-aaj Sheeu Recciuts. 100 head: shin . ,nr. t 5 i. . j fi - racnts, 4iw ncaa; niaiuct very aim, ' 1 1 and nothing doiiifr. lTheeling. Novembeb G, 188G. The cattle market this week was fairly active and prices in all 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 3fi3Jc per. lb.; 800 to 000 lbs. . 3a 3c per lb; 700 to 800 lbs. 2a3c v,0 ' 4" t " lb. Lambs Good at34a41c per lb. Calves $3 00a5 00 per head. Sheep 2fi3c per lb. Is ull that it will cost you . io WRITE A LETTER 'iO 0 HO ITE, the largest wholesale and retail dealer in Piano and Organs in the State, who. in return, will scud you Catalogues, Terms, Trices and information that will lie vorth from fifteen to IFlftsr XDollars To you In thopim hn.se of rinno or Or?an. If yon entertain nny doubt of our nbllity to do UiIh. oomo in V hwllnp. esmnlnc our Rtock. nnd if wc fnl to make our word good wo will pay yo r rnllroad lire andUike you to a nrst class hotel for dinner. tall on or address ur nuinwiiareanauKe 1 IS as ISo. 130 NOTICE .... ...-. -w-v.w.v.- - --wfVT.-tvTfvrJvrmM --vT.v-fvllv:.J,Tv-J In pursuance of law, I, Cykus E. Miller, Treasurer of Monroe County,' Ohio, hereby notify the ta rmv of said county that the rates of taxation for the year 1886, arc correctly stated in the following table, show! uu,uu mm uutuuuo; 1 o State of Ohio, to wit: 'roviiMllp-,IlHtrIotkCoriorntlonf. Acliimfi . 2iCanipro:i Mutrict 3i Ilenton 4 Brownsville District 51 Bethel 6 Outer 7 Woodsfleld Corporation. ... 8 Franklin 9 Stafford (District 10 Green 11 Jackson 12 Lee l!l Mulugn., 14 Ohio.: 15 Perry. IB Salem 17 Cameron Distrlet Salem... IK Clurington District MjClnrington Corporation 20 Seneea , 21Cnlals District 22 Calais Corporation SljSummit. 24'SunsburT 2-iiBeallsville District. 2H: Beallsvillc Corporation 27 Switzerland Washington Oraysvlllc District Graysvllle Corporation 2S 2!) 81i Wayne... When jou ask by Letter or Postal Card for the amount of your taxes, designate your property clearly b ate in whose name, m what township and secHon, and number of acres, in whattown, number of lot d in whose addition. Send money by Ccrti fiate cf Deposit, Postoffice Money Order or Reo-istcrcd Le'tcr scp2S,8GtC. ARMSTRONG'S. Winter' Goods. Look! 25 yards good Dark Calico for ne Dollar, 20yds Best Calico for cne dollar; 20 yds Canton Flannel for one dollar; 16 yds Brown colored Canton Flannel for one dollar, and many other goods at such prices.. . Not room here to name. Come and see them. We have big stock of most everything, mainly purchased before re cent advances on some ar ticles. Ladies Wraps. We show a vast line for this market. Newmarkets & short Wraps are the main sellers; no bet ter fitting garments any where than ours. Second to none on prices, By buy ing Wraps at home you i make it an object for us to keep larger stock. We sell lofsof them . ,ir i i . CtliltS .U C H10W lOtSOI lUem 1 lit Correct pl'i'ceS. ! weight QveiCOatS 'also. Spiing we have Boots, Women's b IlOeS, UvjV S JiOOtS, LlUl- dren's .hoCS; nOW yOU'ie lev uuu ieifeuii lines we uvi Why l)j0w pretty heavy. l" 'u'mi . , Sale, and might)7 lew C0U1- 'nlnints tlm f. fplls tVift storv. r 11 a?a-- me ioiks are sausnec: we me ioiks . . . . pn n (rivn vnu rrpnnntP. vThlft Rubber tknds for nil; none only best pure goods. ItuUlKT Iixl8 lor your gins ana uuiira. - aro selling. No betttcr Trlcotg tnan we nan die; homespun Tricots, beautiful goods, stand the racket i;onii)ieio new siorit oi unw dui- tnim ...1 cmS Froh nnd hnndROine. Fa Fact - : i . ... j : is, we nnvo nuts or BOOU8 nu mrougn: prro Weouifiittoscilpiii'soffwxiH. Weai .es are unllinn ..r W'a nn. Inisr ItPfirlV every hour In the dy. Oursbx-klowpriees, Our low prices marked in plain tlgures that's what - they eonie here for. No JewiiUJ or wranRllng overpriees. ( nrices. Your child buvs as low as your wir. Hrinir your uasn, cooa cuoice uuiier and Kjis, nnd Ret your winter supplies of lfotls at IxhI reclc prices at MOHKIS akj Th BUYERS' GCIDK U limed Sept. and March, each year. S f 313 pages, 8 x 11 tncbeefirith over 3,500 Ulastratlona whole Picture Gallery. CITES Wholesale Prices MORRIS dlrtct to consumer on all good for personal or fkmlly use. Tells how to order, and glTea exact cost ot eTerr thlng yon nse, eat, drink, wear, or have ran with. These INVAIXADLE BOOKS contain Information gleaned from the markets of the world. We will mall a copy FREE to any ad dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray expense of mailing. Let ns hear from yon. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 227 Ac 820 Wabash Aveaae, Caleaso, IU. octaytsy. TWO CENTS I Market Street, Wheeling, YV Va. TO TAX wu cacu uunar aiuauon oi tne taxable Property in the several Township ""' -"""ji i"i ratu uuu HTATJJ. ...141 : .14 ...14 ...0.5 ...OS ...05 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0.5 ...05 ...0.5 ...10 ...2.81 ...2.8 ...2 8 ...2 8 0 51 ...1.0 .051 ...I0 ...1.0 ...10 .0 5 .0.5: ...2 8'. .05 .0.5! ...10! ...2 8; ...1.0 ...10 ...1.0 ...1.0 ...1.0 ...10 ...10 ...10 ...10 ...2.8 ...2.8 .06 . 0 6!.. ...2 8 ...2 8 .0 5!...0 ...05 ...0.5 ...0 ft ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...05 ...0.5 ...0 5 . 0 OI...0 - 0.5!...0 ...2 8 ...2 8 ...2 8 ...2.8 ...2-8 ...2 8 ...28 ...28 ...28 ...2.8 ...2 8 ...2 8 ...28 ...2 81 O 51. .0 5. .0 51. ..0.51. .0 5!. .0 51. a ...10 ...I o; ...i o; ...1 Oi ...10' ...1 0 ...10 ...1.0 ...1.0 ...1 ...10 ...1.0 ...10 ...111 ...l.Ol ...io: .05 .0 5 .0 5 .0 5 .05 .05 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0.6 ...0 5 ...0.5 ...05! ...0.61 .2.8 ..o.fH ..2 8 . . .0.5 ...0 5 ...0.5 ..2.8 ...o.a .2 8r,..0 5 ...0 5 ...0 6 .,.0.5 .2.8 .2.8 .2.8 .0 o .0 51 .o.a 0 ' LOOK HERE! IF YOU WANT BARGAINS Dry Goods, Ndtions, Groceries, ,ateiMlSDSa Mbr highest WOy. ALKX. BltOWNFIELI), AntimlLOhlo. HARDWARE! HARDWARE!! Ths Only First-class Hardware Store in the County. IS Successor to C, K. IJtrlan, Woodsfield, Ohio, A. Complete Sfock Always on Hand. Prices to Suit the Hard Times. DOORS, SASH and GLASS, STOVES and TINWARE, FS cFnaK f;?r WieW Corn run, C,b M.l.s. al. kinds,1 knlveund skScSl lmP""entoi o O. SNYDER, Woodafleld, Ohio, Is Dealer In in Ul liUUiiiiyi; AXI MANUFACTUKKK c;K All Kinds of Tinware&Spouting, Is prepared to Famish TIN and IRON ROOFING of the Best Quality on Short Notice. IUY GOODS, T-S. "REEQIDES Ss CO. HAVE NEW FALL FltENCH NOLTIEH IX HIXVK AND M'OOL. IVew Combination Suits. New Camel rinir New Silk and Wool Tricots and Cashmere In fall shades. Plain & gtrbed Triminlns Velvets and plushes mch30,6y J. J. McDBRMOTT, BSSZjXjjZEILES, OHIO, JLXrts trio DANDY SAMPLE ROOM, LUNCH COUNTER 03XT XJ3VION STrII313lX,, j KIHHT DOOlt 1VOIIXIIK OF TII13 CLOIIIJ IlO'riJU. J Iilavn '.''r1 ln,my "nm'Ve Tloom Ul" ru'it Annxrlum 0:a.-t!p Counter with CM FWh " " i.iuii.uK nuui.i iiicaiuiiicr. ji ' T- wLAZ --iO n - PAYERS jiii uiirooscfl liniipr r.hn the tax laws of the Countymid Ikx-uI I-viow. ..O.ftl ..0 il . o n! ..on! ..0.11' .0 0! .05 .0.5 .0.5 ..2 0 ..2 0 ..2 5 ...15 ...4.8 ..15.8 ..15 9 .0.5 ...1 5 ...IS ...IS ...10 ..27 4 .0 51 ...0.51 .41 .o.rJ ..! U . 0 5 .05 .06 ..2ft ...2 6 .14 4 .17 1 .0 5 05 ..i.rt ...7 0 ...4.8; ..14 fl ...62 .10 .10 ..2 5 ...2 8 .o.m .0 5 .05 ...11 ...1.4 2.0 .0 0' 0 5 ..26.8 ..17.2 .'.18 2 .10 8 .06 9 .. 0 .05 .05 . .0 ft ..0.6 . .0 5 ...1.4 ...8 2 ...6.8 0 .. 0 6 0' . 0 5 '.MM ..0 4 ..2 0 ..2 6 ...2 6 ..6 1! ..10.2111 ..17 212 ..14 1 ..14.llll .19 Bll.1i .17 8 10 ..27.0!17 ..18 21ls .17 7;19 ..18 81JO ..18 0!2l ..19222 ..12 1 1 ..14 .6.24 ..15.5'ii .18 7 28 .0 9. .06 ...10 ...0ft ...0 5 ...5 61 ...4 Hi ...4.0 .Old 05 0.6 OS 0 5 0.5 05 On .1 .0 9 .0.9! ..0 5 ..15 .80 . .0.5 ...1.5 ...7.0 .0 1: .0 5 :::l7 ...14 ...14 ...14 ...0 ..6 4 .0!) .0.0 .00 .0 11 on 0 9 .0.9 .0 9 .0 0 .0 9 .0.9 .0.9. . .0.5 .0.5 .0 5 ..0.5 ..15 8 ...7 0 ...7 0 ...2 2 ...7 0 ...7 0 ...1 ...10 ...2 0 ...2.0 1.0 ...O.M ...1.5 ...0 6 ...0 6 ...0 5 ...0 5 ...0 5 0.5 0.5! ...1.5 2 0) ...10 11 .0.51. .1 2 0 ...2 1 .0 .61... 2 0l.. 0 0 5I...2 0...0 0 Sf... 3 0...0 8!.. .8 6 8...46... V 4 6...: ...0 2.5 ...0 5 ...0.5 ..0.5 .15, ..0.4I...3 8 ..IT .. 7 0 ..13 8i27 t .0 .. 2ft ...2.0 ...10 ...10 ..18 .7:2S ..18 729 .17.1 .10 .0.9 . .0.5 . .0 5 ..1 0't.-.7 0 .0.1 .0.1 ...0 5 .0 .0 ..1 0-7 0i .1 4l . 28 ..0.51 Treasurer Jlonroe County, Ohio. Xj TT Til very low nrlro iu IUI itll vV AOTIOXH. ScC. OrESED DRESS GOODS. Checks and Stripes. in all the new shades. . WIIKKMNG, W VA. and KoiYH mtu u Vfjrtu settng. Ul YE Mr. A CALL, T. IEcIDGrmott. T if