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Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1SSG. VANLAW Local fcdKot. S'DKX TO NEW ADAERTUKMEXTS. aw Card, . J. W. Dohkkty. ledk-nl Card, Dr. Jas. Schwynx. ,-x-iil,' , J. II. McCoy. nnual RcjHirt, Co. Commissioners. odcmntion . II. U. Miiilejiax. VrifTs Sale, I SlLSllEHOEIi. At kb & Sox. J. 15. Matchett. MLXX-& Co. 'A SHE it Okey. Sxow & Co. Kk'kxek & Sons. thlophoros, 1'p.ointmcnt, , f imc-8 of Court," 1 tents, , . ocals, . Fatten your durkey. Yes thi3 is November. Thanksgiving November 25th. Get reddv to pay your little axes. You can now shoot quail, or ttucr shoot at them. Eichrrd II. Would be, pleased do so. 4,15ide a wee. Ca-.nbru.lge M. E. District inference convened at Caldwell at week. , ' Eleven prisoners in the Belmont unty jail charged with peniten- Vry offenses. Passenger trains on the 15. Z. fc , were late last , week on account land lidea. Christmas coming on Saturday is vear will cheat the school 7 achcr out of two holidays. V are sorry to omit our Sum- eriicld correspondence this week it it got in too late. When Cyrus ads Richard II. well Dick will sh he hadn't. The H. & 0. has a connecting hk with Chattanooga, lenn., by a ntract with the Queen and Cres nt Route. The full and correct name, of e Secretary of Interior is Lucius iiititna Cincinnatus1 Lamar. Six Lnerations of Lamars have bora lis name. - St. Clairsville boasts of a fire. wo livery stauies, several wua . , , n ables and three residences nd intents were consumed, last Sun- iY night a week. Richard" II." our newsy cor- apondent from Lebanon, wants to ck a quarrel with our Summcrfield rrcspondeut. All rightyoej.vew; ic'll see lair play. The last county in the Stale to t a railroad wa 3 Morgan, which Jiunty was made glad a few days Vo bv the completion of a road oni Zancsvillo to Malta. . A view from Trinity Spire, New rk, it is said would disclose 16,- 1)0 saloons 1 2,C00 in New York id 4,000 'in Jersey City, Newark d Patterson. - ' . The Medical Record discusses e question, "How to Sleep," and res a long, scieunuc lurmuia iur ducing sleep. What s the matter th going to church? Brooklyn ogle. " . A Washington letter appears is week, and will continue during ie winter. In the interest of our !alers wc have made arrangements . get the latest Wr.shington news the shpo of a letter by a regu r correspondent. For eighteen years Joseph Hays, ' ISatesville, Noble County, has en absent, no one knowing of his Iirr"i1mnts. A short time since jxjpph turned up in his native vill ''c to the great surprise of his liends,. who 'supposed biui to be ad. A company has been organized ml a charter applied for at Barnes- lle Mr the purpose of boring for itural gas. . Work will begin in short time. Would it not be a tod undertaking for Woodsfield? 'e dont see why our town has not much gas ns Barncsville. Peter Ressegger, of Switzerland wnsbip, this countj', is in posses on of a deed issued to him and gncd by President Andrew Jack in In the year 1832, for his farm n which he has lived since that ate. The deed is printed on sheep kin and well preserved. Mr. Res- jegger is over 80 years yold. . - The Scientific American, nd- ertised ir. another column under ;he head of "Patents," certainly jiccds no one to "sing its praises," ut, notwithstanding tuis tact, wc eel it an absolute duty to the gen ' 1 1 i ' A ll. A A? ral' public, at least that portion of: t which has never seen or heard of' he paper, to telLthem that Biich a rone is published" at the low price f $3 a year, nnd that its true value, Innot be overestimated. It stands tthe head of ill publications of us kiH A file of the paper may be, ecnt this office and subscriptions , f I iCCeiTa. - Lavreuce Donovan, of New ' York, some weeks ago jumped ... .-j . " s- ., .,... v-vW soa tJridge at Niagara Falls the 7th Snst The jump was 190 feet, made in the presence of only five persons, Donovan escaped with a broken rib , ana a iew onuses, iie says ne would not make it again for the Lwhole United States. S. F. Mi-Donald was in to sec us Tuesday. Mr. MtCidkm fi-rittscs has gone to Charleston, V. Va., on business, Our friend S. A. Licuellcn, of Ethel, tliis oxnint)-, received a cer tificate for 3 years at the last Noble County examination. Mr. W. M. Horn, the photograph er, and wife returned to Woodslield last Friday from an extended visit at Jfewcomerstown, Ohio. Mr. John Heard, of Woodslield, has resigned his position ns express messenger1 on the 15. Z. C. and Mr. Frank Little is in his place. K. W. Pope was absent from his place of business last week on ac count of illness. Jas. Walton read the Latin names during his absence. Eliza Ross, a Zanesville woman, has been tried and found guilty in the Guernsey County. Court, for de coving a Cambridge girl from her home. She will receive a term in the Penitentiary. Mr. Cash, Clerk of Courts of Belmont County, spent last Sunday in Woodslie'.d. Mr. C;:sh ia quite a pleasant Democrat and quite popu lar in Belmont as he is one of the winners on the Democratic ticket this year in Belmont County, beat ing the brag candidate, Piper, on the opposition ticket by 318 major ity. Mr. W. II. Ciites, of Delphos, O., will take the place of Mr. Wm. Jutl kins as conductor on the B. Z. & C. Mr. Crit.es comes off of the L. C. & St' Louis and is quite a- pleasant gentleman. He will take charge of the local on the East end and Mr. W. I Lyle will change to the West end local. We arc sorry to lose Mr. Lyle off this end ns he is a hale, well met fellow and one of the best conductors ever on the road. Old Probabilities pulled th string last Friday and let down sev eral inches of the Boo-tiful. ., Photographer M. W. Horn, of Woodsfield, will be' assisted by his brother, A. C. Horn, the rest of this winter who ia a line workman. The law partnership of Driggs and Mallory has been dissolved on account of the election of Driggs to the Judgeship. MY. Mallory has formed a partnership with Wm. F. Hunter who will return to Woods- field soon and assume the practice of the law again here. A en d ext. Mr. Will Siebcrt, for merly of Clarington, this county, had one leg and foot , crushed by a B. & .0. locomotive at- Ilellaire on the 5th inst., from the effects of which he died the same evening. His remains were interred at Clar ington on Saturday, the 6th. They don't 6peak now. -A Mt. Union student gave an Alliance girl to whom he had been engaged for a year, a pants button iu the dark, for a troche, to cure a lit of coughing. When they got to the house she took the article out of her mouth to see the wonderful troche she had been bo persistently sucking for half an hour. She, spit like a torn cat and he split for home. Exchange. Brown, thjc fish man, of Barncs ville, was in town last week. Owing to the inclemencies of the weather he was forced to remain in Woods field over Friday, and desiring to read the latest news, sent a very fine Pointer dog Pedro, by name to the Spirit oRicc with a reqnest that he be furnished a paper. There quest was complied with, and the faithful dog returned in haste to his master with the paper intact. Any person who will bring us a barrel of good fresh cider can use either of these two receipts for keep ing sweet cider: , First To one barrel of cider add half a pound of white mustard seed, and half an ounce of oil of sassa fras. Second To each 'barrel of cider add two and a hah' pounds of rock candy and a half pound of rare beef steak. In using either recipe let the cider reach the stage of fer mentation desired before using the recipe, and keep the air excluded as much as possible. RESOLUTIONS, The Committee heretofore appoint ed to dratt resolutions expressive of the feelings of the members of the Woodsfield Lodge No. 377 I. O. 0. F., upon the death of Brother Will iam Read, report as follows: Whereas, The Supreme Judge of the Universe has summoned from j among ua our Brother William Kead, j one of the oldest, and foremost mem' bers of Woodsfield Lodge No. 377 I. O. O. F., therefore: JlenolceJ, That in the death of brother Read, the Lodere has lost an esteerae(i ami valued member, his family, a true and loving husband nnd father, nnd society one who was loader m every .work 01 ocnevo- nw)h.C(h That the Cliartcr and jj0(ige roorn ijC draped in mourning, and that the members wear the usual badge of the Order in such cases Iorinc T , ' J , Henoleetl, 1 hat the secretary of ... TnJ i, Hirrctpd t.n ponwv Irs the family of the deceased brother a copy of these resolutions, and make , .j... ..... ana neanieu Bvniutuy m tucir o-reat bereavement. Eexoh-ed, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the Trun ntes of the Lodge, and tuat the J-'0"ntv PaPcr9 1,0 requested to pub- hsh the same. AsiiEit Okey, G. G. Jexxixgs, Fkitz Ref," Committee. . Mr. Joseph Fox, of Green town ship, called in last Saturday and gave us an account of the burning of Peter Eddy's barn of Perry town ship. ' A large amount of hay and straw, 3 head of work horses, yoke of cattle and 3 cows were consumed by the tire. It burned during last Wednesday night, Mr. Eddy know ing nothing of it, until Thursday morning. Supposed to have been set cu lire by some evil minded per son or rather devil. Loudon. It ist said that London contains more Roman Catholics than Rome, more Jews than all .of Palestine, more "Irish than Dublin, more Welsh men than Cardiff and more country folks than the counties of Devon, Durham and Warwickshire. Lon don has a birth every five minutes; has seven accidents every day; has an average of 10 miles of streets opened and 15,000 new houses every year. 22,000 new houses were added 1883, thus forming 368 new streets and one new square, covering a dis tance of over 60 miles. Trade Summary of the Past Week, Sifted Down for the Jioaders of the Spirit. SEW YORK. Hardware lines were quiet. Collections continued good. Leather trades continued dull. Dry goods sold more slowly, and the tit)- was well empty of buyers of any consequence. The wool markets were without change. Price held firm, but the demand did not increase, and prob ably will not this month. CHICAGO. Manufactured Iron was strong in prices. Money was abundant and collec tions good. Hardware movements continue regular and the larger houses are far ahead of last year's comparative season. " ' riTisiirno. The iron situation was unchanged. Trices of general merchandise re mained well up There was little stoppage of bu siness and none of work. OEXEHAT.. Hardware markets were quiet. The cotton crop is being gathered under generally tavoraole circum stances. Lumber was ruled quietly, and the season is drawing to a close, in Northern markets. Dry goods were duller. The pres ent week, however, is showing an improvement over last. The cotton market -was duller, as to transactions and prices. The dealers had no push, and buyers arc having things their own way; de spite which, however, there arc few sales made, and these average light. The present, week, excepting at Chicago, has opened with brighter prospects. With the disappearance of political questions, has " coriic cooler weather, and trade is gener ally brisking jip. A few lines arc still feeling the effects of the pull back, but these results analyzed, will seldom - fail to show natural causes. ' The wool market w as well held, despite the falling-off iu demand, and the selling of little odds and euils that are quoted as contracts and the saies figures of which are used for all they, arc worth. Eas tern markets showed a rally as to totals, last week, and the opening of the present week gives promise of doing better yet; but such signs are not positive. At New l ork, the demand has shown little activity. apr. 1485. CHARLES YOSS. At Philadelphia, the textile troubles rr : rr still control the market as to calls! Carroll Ac Uro., for goods. jGBAMTK &MAKBLE WORKERS, The grain markets were dull, and : and Importers Of Italian MaiblC, prices have generally rounded down- wards, with a rally this week. lti,r is the evident intention of buyers to 1 prices as long as possible, . , I control and there is not enough force among the holders of wheat - to compel op- . , t J A. posue conclusions.- a. gooci amount, ; has been purchased for foreign con- sumption, but the buying has been conducted upon the fashion of a Dili, UUUL, tlJl't JllllO 11.1,1. All'V 4t J predated in consequence. In other words, the bears arc active and alive j to every opportunitywhile the bulls j are apparently enjoying a nap. OBITUARY. The people wore called together.' Inst bundav, the th, to pay the last 1 respect due to one of the most bc- loved citizens sind neighbors of . our county. One that was loved by nil, and hated by none. Abiiial Martin, whose maiden' "ov "vu- name was Waller was born on .Sun - fish creek, Monroe County, O., Dc- cember loth 1819 She camo withher father to lleth-! el Tp., about 52 years ago, and re - sided on what is now known as the' ?8' A tT ' 'aDOU,f' , HlcVey farm. She joined the Christ-10?; Jf rs hoS shlI!,ed to ew lan Church about 44 Years ago. and i j. mi -vr f I was married toThomaS Jlartin, Lsq., I January lst 1844 " j Died-Nov. 5th, ISSfi, aged cpjand nothing doing. years, 10 months, and 20 days. j She leaves a husband and four! ffnlr1wTi 91 rrto nrl liilrlrn n nrl nno ' sister in this country to mourn her, , :, - ... ' loss. Ihe community mourn with the bereaved family, she died in the ; full tritimDh of the Christian faith, She called all of her children to her bedside, and shook .'hands, . and bid , them fare-well. After some hours, I she smiled and passed off without a a 1 I (.tiuSSic The funeral services were conduct- jiir.i,. ,, . eu Ity T llliam JlCr atiaen. JohsR. Camden. ! Monroe darrtfe and Caldwell Journal, please copy. Catarrh Is a very prevalent and exceedingly disagreeable disease, liable, if neg lected, co develop into serious con sumption. Being a constitutional disease, it requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, acting through the blood, reaches every part of the system, ef fecting a radical and permanent cure of catarrh in even its most severe forms. Made only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hill end the Presidency. Hrwiklyn Kairk'.! How would Governor Hill do for President? He seems to be the only Democrat who has taken increased prestige out of the elections. Mor rison is shelved. Carlisle is like Job's friend who "escaped by the skin of his teeth." Mr. Cleveland has found that Civil Service reform is not an enthusing recourse. The Democratic candidate in the Toledo district is Hurd and not seen. .The Democrats have shown that they do not relish an Administrrtion which apologizes for kicking out Republi cans. 1 he Labor voters arc lor llnl and against Cleveland, justly or un justly. The Irish can only be hold by Hill from being tempted away to Blaine. How would Hill do? One thing is certain ; the Democrats mean to nominate some man who pleases them, not some man whose success will prove less than a Democratic victory and not quite a Republican defeat. How would Hill do? Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Iji:st Salve in the world for Buts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures 1 lies, or no pay required. It is guar antced to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 xents iier box. For sale by R. W. PorE Business Locals Fresh ground new corn meal at GEO. RICIIXER & SONS' mill ev ery day. Oct, lfi,'8Gtl. jpgyThc old hoss is still alive and can make it in 2-20. The un dersigned would inform his friends and public in general, that he has finished a thorough course of repairs on his mill, and is in readiness to do the best of work. Work done bj' Mr. Job Hall, and R. . JlcCarpenter, splendid workmen from Belmont Co. R. CLIXGAN. Nov. 9,'8Gt2. Farmers should have all their Buckwheat at our mill br November 30th, as we will only make one run during this season. GEO. RICTINER &-SONS. Nov. 16,'S6tl. E nnn roiiifi CIKCULAltS SEST FKEE. PAltSOXS & KKXXISOX, Prop'rs. ortaVHBy. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, kc, I will send a roclpe that will cure you.FBEE OF CHARGE. This groat remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the BSV. JOSEPH T. I JtAJt, Stalion D, New Tork Cits. Oct. 2r.,'8-lY. $TI have some money of the Worcester Organ Company's to loan in sums of $50 to $200 to parties who will comply with the rules. Also some fine Organs for sale on time or for cash. . For particulars, address J. II. McCOY, Sistersville, W. Va. Nov. 16, S6. 3m. SEW MILLISEUY GOODS. Call on M. L. Twinein for new Millinery and fancj goods. Oct. 12,'80tG. M. L. TWINEM fGoto A. V. SLACK'S for Pure Drugs, and Patent Medicines. 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 It meat 31 i r isiiirr. Fresh meat even- day. Bologna, Sausage's, Bacon and Lard Scutch r.ml .Amcr!c:ii Grstnite. . 1 , , . ,. , ... be sold 1)rice8-to Buit the time8 at Nos. G. 8 and 10 Sixteenth street, nri i; vrr xr.. Wheeling, W. Vs. Dec. 15,'S5 1) TIie Bcllaire ZanfSTlIlO & Cincinnati Will sell Cheap Tickets to PITTSBUKGII ! COLUMBUS, if'IYriVKlTl. VIaIVIaI llilllf ST. LOUIS, KVTST!A. CITY, and all points West. J. C. LJI.AKK, T. P. A. jyl2,'8(5. Woodsfield, Ohio. ' i ! TP -t m i g-y (a -.lr I XjlVt1 S LUV3J. East Liberty. ' November, 11, 1880. Cattle Receipts, 703 head; shin no: i.j . !: ;"11'"10' u" "tu ca"le 8h,PJ)C tk "'tl . Hogs Receipts, 3,900 ;cad; ship- bead; man 1 1 netiv;- 1 K.hllaelfe t ,C ' o 1 .. 1' . . . .. hlieei) IeceiiytS, 2 )UU Uead: 8U1I)- " l'nn , ' , : ' ' , , ments, 2900 head; market very dull, TVTicelmjr. Novemseu 13, 1S80, The cattle market this week was fairly active and prices in all in - . j .u ,i 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 3ia3?c per. lb.; 800 to WOO lbs. 3a 3c per lb; 700 to R0O lbs. 2Ja3Jc 11. - . Hogs Market actiYe;4a41c per ti. IU. Lambs Good at 340 ier lb. i Calves: $3 00a5 00 nor head. ' Sheep 2a3c per lb. Chronic Catarrh Is Inflammation of the mucous membrane, attended with increased secretion. Thus catarrh may affect the head, throat, stomach, bowels, or any part of the body where the mucous membrane Is found. But catarrh of the head is by far the most common, coming on so gradually that often Its pres ence is not suspected till It has obtained a firm hold on its victim. It Is caused by a cold, or a succession of colds, combined with Impure Blood. When firmly established the disease Is ex ceedingly disagreeable, causing flow from the nose, dryness of the throat, headache, los.s of appetite, roaring and buzzing noises in the ears, etc. In Hoods Sarsaparilla may be found a prompt and permanent cure for catarrh. It purifies and enriches the blood, soothes and rebuilds the diseased membrane, and thus soon cures the disease. At the same time it refreshes and tones the whole system. The remarkablo success of this peculiar medicine entitles it to your confidence. Give Hood's Sarsaparilla atrial. ood's Sold by all druggists, flj tlx for 5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar Good Hicbrv Lumbsr for Rims and. Shafts, 8 feet long, full H thick, good quality, straight grain clear of knots and iron streaks, for which wc will pay $17 50 per 1,000 feet, 8 and Si feet long, full H and H thick, tough tim ber, straight and close grain, clear of knots and iron streaks, butt cut only, $20 per 1,000 feet. 8 feet long, full 1 thick, second growth, clear of all defocts, $2o per 1,000 teet. 8 feet long, full H thick, second growth, clear of de fects, and all white, $30 per 1.000 feet. Can use any width. All lumber to be edged and de livered in our vard or on railroad track here. ..ovtr CAMBRIDGE ROOFING CO., Cambridge, 0. CO CQ CD ft- .a A o o u Q u o M O O CO CO CO h3 H o n 0 "K<Jiof WSKJMistSiaHOPEcf tliB RSSE." 20 Yrars THOUSANDS Study. VvrisA tJMm. of LADIES LyfliaEPIiM's Vegetable Gompound Dnw Ererythlni; Oat Is CUimrd lor It. EJ""lti purpose is so!e- ' lyfor the legitimats relief gcf pain, and healing of i 'X won paimui compiainu Lozr?:fir.sxMix,( ro:t CS.) Ekbtb ov Tim una mrr bt mn. sucfiui fbob OBsaTiras, or ixmrr or paicn. Ks3. rrxsnAH's "Guir.nioirru.Ta" j.n coxn- DZKTIAL CI2CI-L IB HAILED 10 AST I TTVnO ADOBIOI D 8TABPTO LrE.t, Maks. Jlcntitm thi Ipc. I.YD3A E. PIWKHAM'S VIOSTABLE CDMPOUNP; r.- Woman'.: Snrt friend fob Aix DIUCATI axb'cox r... :d Tora3fu Ladib it will xot mrou stBoicAL r. inoKs or emu Cascxb, bct rr will cvbeb all era. C , : SCES, ACT IK ILUUIOKT WITH TH LA Wl Til AT OOTXB.V TiKnctmi.ru I'boxpt xx actiom aud flsabakt to takx. EZTTAT nrjjxo or bxaruto dowk, causivo r aw, whqitt AX3 I: ACUCHX, IB ALWAIS PajtAXBtTLT CUKES BT ITS CD IT IS A CREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY. iT!tiu Clessixo to otebwobked womaf. It be. ovra r unsiM, tlatpuwct. all cBATnca roB rmnr- L INT.1, AND BKUETBS WKAEIOM Or TUX ROUU CUBES Lr. ; oEmidA. Uekatbualpsbiom pasud without pais. Physician Uo It and Pretorlb It. envrrrs Tin Duoorraa spirits, nrnaoBATes an n:..rc,r.zrs thx oboaxio rrxenoxs, ems XLAsncnT isnra 4i8TO Tnr rzr, bbstorestiif xattbal lcstm TO T'TK ET, AMI PLANTS O.X Till FALB CTTKSX or WOXAX T11B ru-'R soszs or Lira's spsixa akb bablt scxub tiki. IT3 MERITS KEEP UP THE SALE. rrFoa the ctbe or Eiickt CoxTLAtxTs or ErraxB sex TrtsCoxrocrnierxiivTCFASiiXD. In paisixq throcgh ixt j TrAL ttjil ox 11 cii.vsroE tt Lira, it wnx, it vwvn T..OKOUOULT CITE GOOD lIEALTn AXDSTBEXOTU. J::.8. PIKKHAM'S UTCIl PILLS cntB ooxstitatiok, KUfirixEss ax TonriniTr or tjib Liteb, a cts, Tniy noru ex takeb it catiramo rmj ini Coxrocxn, I if.'.tK BhTO'd alwsys we Mr, rinkhara's Sanattr "A hiH. J. i2 n superior article, mriled for 5 ceata. h EOU) BY EttCGGISTg. SHERIFF'S SALE. Susnniiiih Miller Frvdorluk Miller, &al. "1'lVvJrlno f n rert:iln F.xocuHim isnutl J ) fmfn Mie Court of Coiunion rica.x within nnd for tlie muiity of Mnunie nml SIhIp ot Ohio, Inn case i'iiiliiiK in Kiild J'oiirt Im-Ihitti the iiImivc imnioil pnrtlcx. mul to inedirwtixl, hnvoli'Viod unonlhc folloivin? m-rsonnl Droii- I crtv of tlw ldiiinllll'. Hnsiinmili Mlllor. to wit: Onpronn mnro nhont yvttr old. nnd one ronn m nrecnlt iiln! five luontliK old. and I will otriTtume forwili; nt the front diKir of theCourt HmiseinWoiKlsnoldonSntiinliiy. .1... .H.l. .1 t V,. -1 ... '..1 1- t lie J'lll III! J ill .iilu'iiiin'i ir, ni iimi; .1 nr.. iv p. m. . Tonus or aio i iirii. LOUIS Sri.SBKRUKR, Sheriff M. C. O. Nov.n.'Siti SHERIFF'S SALE. Frederick Pornhnsh vs. .Tonathnn Smith nno. ty virtue of a certain order of Kale Issued .1 J from the Court of Common Pleas, within nnd for the county of MonriK-, and Htate of ol"-1'1" pendlne in sum court netween tlu-i.lM.ve named parties, and to me dire cted, 1 will offer for sale at public unction, nt the . east door of the -court house, In Woodsfield, on I Saturday, Vie lmh da of Deeember, ;, i net ween the hours of Jill o'clock n. in. nnd 4 . o'clock p. in., of said day, the following le- ri'K.-wi1. ? stu, Kltimt ol" M,,,,rue C-"unty' ' Thcenst ludfof thesmthenst riuarterofsec- th m number four 11, township four 4 of range six , except one acre of tV northwest ;npr' communis. cigniy-nv more or A!, the west half of the northwest iuarter i ":iS1f nmse ive "V'"tninin eighty acre Z 'aloV'r'SK .comer of said tract convoyed to Henry Adams ' saui property so ordered to be sold is np- nrnised at " ' ist tract TO2 tUn.wt ; AiYfi m Total JMOUI andmav sell for two-thirds or said appraisc- IV1- Temw of iu., t'u before cmnm . Loris HULsnKROKU, jasi'er'lisk, Atty. Kheriff M. C. O. 1A jmMl toour MOTHERS, WIVE? Catarrh "I am happy to state thnt I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh, with which I have been troubled many years, and received great relief and benefit from it. The catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises in my ears, and pains in the back of my head. The effort to clear my head in the morning by hawking and spitting was painful. My grocer advised mo to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it gave me relief immediately, while in time I was entirely cured. I am never with out the medicine in my house, as I think it is worth its wcightin gold." JIus. G. 15. Ginn, 1029 Eighth Street, N. "VY., Washington, D. C. "I have used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh with very satisfactory results. I have received more permanent benefit from It than from any other remedy I have ever tried." M. E. Head, of A. Head & Son, Wmiseon, Ohio. N. B. Do not be induced to take any other preparation, but be sure to get , SolclbyalldriifrRlsts. ?1 ; ix f or g5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD fc CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Maa3. IOO Doses One Dollar 0 H H o IN h I- H i 111 H .53 K3 Henry 0. Lillibridge, MerchantTailor Cor. Main and Fourth Street, Under Clar endon Hotel, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. oct2B,'S0y. HOOK lr?fll' L. D. SAWDEL, I FEU IE Eli LEGAL BUI PUBLISHER. 17 1-3 X. FonrtH Mrrrt, ZAKESTILLE, OHIO. Xov. o, lsai 1y. B. & B. Fall nnd Whiter Importation Jh'ex.i (rood noie all in and Stark full to averjtoir ing in every J)e)artmriit. Tliese cmw1s were all purchased early In the season, In-fore advance in Woolen, and in fact Dry (Joods of nearly every dewript ion. We aim to handle only dependable goods, and buy no- shoddy sti'.H', and nre v. iiiing to handle on xii.nl! profit. Reiuji larire insn-iiasers in every line, Ave always ja-t the lofrcst price and our customers can rest assured onirettimr the very lowest price In every ens". I""! this basis, we solicit your tn!e nnd will deix nd upon strictly fair dealing for continued success. We iieg to mention a few ot K0YEMBEU BARGAINS SOiV ON SALE. -Complete Line of 4'2-lncli AU-AVool Cain- el's Hair, in Gray and l.rown .Mixtures at 43 cents. Tills is a special llaraiin. Lines of A.1 1-V1 Mtrlpe sumncs, 42 Indies wide at SI) cts. 1 Pnnly t'heek f n 1 1 1 n igr in solid Colors i-1 inches ut 73 cts. .in Inch C'amcl'H I lul v 31 Ixtiircs at cents. Also great asnrtinent French DreRs Cloodsln almost endless variety,' 42 to 4li inches wide at ."() to Sl.'JSin l'iaiiutools,niecks, stripes and Mixture. Plain and Combination Snltngs, tSl.OO uurt per yard. Tricots! Tricots! Double Width Tricots, 43 cts In all colors. Oomplcle -itolc of 3(to5 l luc-li 'Jri'lotM 153 cts to ISl.SOper yd. Silks and Velvets. In these stocks we offer unusual values, onr own importations, in all crudes, whether n stripe Velvet at 73 ets, or .Silk at 4 wt yerd. oura:i iiK-H uiiu-iw silk at !ri is stiil a Special otl'erini;. In Trimmimi Department, we offer com plete stock of Fur, Feather, liiuld, l'ussemen- Ti-rie. A-c. yace will nut penult of detailed mention of all the uarsraiis now oncrcu in Blaukels, Flanr.cis, CLOAKING?, &C. We oiler the LARGEST LIXE of Winter,. VSTras! j-.asi oi iew ioih Write our Mail Order Department, for sam ples or prices of anything in Jry oous i.ine, iiii.l thev will lie nromntlv sent. We pay par- ticular attention to this part of our l)usincss. Holiday Xumlier of our New Illustrated FashionQuarterly and Cnfnleguo ready Xovemlier l Send us your name and auurcss on ihisiiu u juu imi to sec this sample copy, free. BOGGrS&BUHL Sarsaparilla 10 Ph H A 0 EH US, 117, 119 & 121 Federal Street, Je29,'80y. p mm mmmmmmmmmmmmm mm m Is all that it will cost you to WRITE A KtiT'i ICR TO C. A. HOQ.-'B. the largest wholesale and retail deal r in Pianos and Organs in the State, who. in return, will seiid you Catalogues, Terms, Trices and information that will be worth" from fifteen, to JFifty HDollstss w?nin,w'i nny doubt or our ability to do this, come to vo io ,? ? "!". r"K lf 1 nml if we J?' ,to ,,"lke,'"- word good wo will pay your rnilnwd rare and tnke jou lo a first class hotel for dinner. I 'all on or oddreiw if No. 13ii) ASK AKTD ARMSTRONG'S. Winter Goods. Look! 25 yards good Dark Calico for one Dollar; 20yds Bcbt 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 o- some ar tides. ' Ladies Wraps. We show 1 i 1 i a vast, line lor tins marKct. 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 make it an object for us to keep larger stock. We sell !osof them Men's and "Boy's Over coats We t-how lotsot them a. correct pnees. Spring weight Overcoats wc have also. Men's Boots, Women's Shoes, Boy's Boots, Chil dren's Shoes; now you're talking. With our Brews ter and Nekon lines wc do blow pretty heavy. Why shouldn't we? Soven year's said, and mighty few com plaints; that tells the. story. The folks are satisfied; we can give you genuine value. Rubber Goods for nil ; none only best pure goods. Rubber Hoots for your girls and ladies. Dress Goods, Tricot Cloths how fast t hoy are gelling. No bottter Trloots than we han dle; homespun Tricots, bcnutiful gomln. Htand tons nnd Clasps -Fresh nnd handsome.- Fact is, we have rafts of goods all through; prices low. We ought to sell piles of goods. e arc selling piles of goods. We arc busy nenrly every hour in the day. Our stock low prices, &c., are niprecinted by the trade.. Our low in-lee marked in nlnln flsrures' that's what ne raeKei. ionipicie new snir in xjn-rw imi- thev come here for. No Jewiiui or wrangling over orices. Your child buys as low ns your K.lf. nrinc vour t'asli. ko1 choice Hutter and Kirs, nnd get. your winter supplies of roods nt led recK prices at Jiuutua k aii.ii- STJiONU'.S. PROBATE NOTICR A counts nnd vouchers linve been flled In the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, by the following Administrators, Exaeutors, nnd fiiitiifli:ins. to wit I First and final account of E. S. Stephen ns Guardian of John Stephen, an imbecile. First partial account of Elizabeth Muhle mnn Administratrix of theestate of Frederick Muhlemnn, deceased. , Second and final account of Cyrene Burk- hnrt ns CiuanUan or Mnry.J. uurKnun, a nu nor. First partial account of J. T.Cnlverhouscas nnnnlimi of .lolm II art. a minor. ' Second and final account of Mary Hays ns Administratrix of the estate or Leonard u. Havs, deccastsl. Tidni iinrtinl account of Jnmes A. Brown ns Executor of ihe will of Stephen H. Rrown, deceaseil. . . First and final acconnt or Isaac uenring as Executor of the will or John staubli, dee'd. Kinnl niH-ount of Ij. O. Okcv Administrator of the estiite of Arthnnin Williams, deceased, Second partial account of James Xesbitt as fiii.iMlinii of I.ulu Moflett. minor. Second partial account of James 8. Dotson ns CiiMviliiin of Russel S.. Alliert R. and Ed ward II. Robins, minors final ns to Russel 8. Second nnd final account of John Sinclair Administrator of the estate of Jeremiah 8. Sinclair, deceased.' First and final account of Alexander nucn- nnan Administrator oj tnc esiuvc oi jucou Smith, de-eased. . First nnd llnul ncconnt of Philip Rev Ad ministrator, with the will unncxed, of the es tate of John Jenny, deceased. Second partial account of Alfred Riley ns Guardian of Joint I Smith, a minor. Final account of Jasper ' Lisk Executor of the will of Nicholas l Lisk, deceased. Third nnrtinl account of Ross 1,. Hutchinson as Guardian of James Arthur Hutchinson, a minor. First, nnrtinl account of Cvrus C. Gratiuny as Guaniian of the minor heirs of Frank R. Lyle. Anr ncivnii Interested niav file written ex ceptions to said accounts, or any item thereof, on or before the 11th day of December next, when the same will'-lm finally heard and con tinued from day to day until disposed ot. A. J. PEARSON, Probate Judge. Monroe County, Ohio, novfl.'stitd. k American Detective Bureau, Main Ojfler H and -W Diamond Street, ntMurgh, 71i, KstabllslicditMl by Pavid Oilkinson, cx-t. 8. tSovt IXtective. rtramnlzed end conducted on the system of the United States Secret Service, t onniien tial Agents In all the Principal Cities of the I nlteu States and Canada. P. H. (ilLKlN'SO.N, Principal and G-n. Sup't ltFllKH MrlHlWKI.Ij. SuisM-intendent. Hon. JOHN DAIi.KLF.Att'y for the Durenu. Keferciicc: Jam km J. Hkikikh, cniel hoc ret Service Division, w nxliington, D. V. Send for Circular. nov-i'XGmO, Tfi CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. OF.AI.F.D P.IDS will lie received by the O the Hoard of Kducallon of Malaga town ship, Monroe County, Ohio, until noon of SATUUDA 1, iS'O YEHIiER 27, 1SSK, for the erection of a school house at MiltonS' i.r.r i., KiilMlistrict No. 6 in said township. Specifications on file at Ihe store of .Samuel liroux. in M inonsimrs. icuo. Bv onlerof the Board of Fducntion. nort.'tl. AI.KX. HAKDKSTY, Clerk, NOTICE OF AITOIKTMEXT.' folate of Ixaae E. Stine, Deceased. riHIK umlcrsigneil has lieen npimlnted nnd (inalilic-l as Administrator of the estate of Isaac K. Still", lateof Monroe county.dec'd. Dated tills 12ih day ol wtoncr, a. i . w... octl2,'ltI. Wil. U. HflMu. MORRIS TWO CENTS Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va. MY GOODS, T. S. ZRHOZDZES Sz, CO. -HAVE NEW FALL N13W FUENCH NOVELTIES IN SILK AND WoOL. IVew Combination Suits. IVoav Camel Hair , ; serges. New Silk and Wool Checks and Stripes. Trlcols and Cashmere In full shades. Tim & Striped Trimming Velvets and plushes in all the new shades. . T. S. cto CO. mcli30,'8iy .WHEKLINO, W.VA. LOOK IF YOU WANT BARGAINS Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Roots, Shoes. Hats. PRICE for COUNTRY PRODUCE, also, BACON nnd FLOUR, calion nprfl, ly. ALEX. HKOWS lIi:iI, Aiitlocli, Olilo. HARDWARE! The Only First-class Hardware. Store in the County. C3 jE3L! FL X S Successor to Woodsfield, Oh.10. A. Complete tStock Always cm Hand Prices ro csuit tlie TAATin n k r-v -m -w i. iiuuiis, asu ana ulass, JJni'n.KHTi..PRI.CES-. f?"sPV,.t'' .mYhwYX'J ni' kinds, Knives and lorks, nnd Cutlery of mch2,'80y. V American Farmer m n it All our subscribers who trill pay their subscription ac counts to this paper in full to date, and one . . year in advance, with one year's TI "Mil Fill' A sixteen-pnw Agricultural Mapailne, published by E. A. K. Ilnckett, nt Fort Wayne, Indi ana, and which is rapidly taklns rank ns one of the leading; Agricultural 'publications of the country. It is devoted exclusively to the interests of the Farmer, Stock Rreeder, Dnlrvman, (lardener, and their household, nnd every species of Industry connected with that great por tion of the people of the world, the Farmers. The subscript Ion price is One Dollar per Vear. Farmers cannot well get along without it. It puts new Ideas mto their minds. It teaches them how to farm with profit to themselves. It makes the home happv, the young folk cheerful, the growler contented' the downcast happy, and the demagogue honest. Also, New '.Subscribers will receive the same as a Premium Franklin iiore&ili 400 lores in ultivation. Hew and Choice Fruits a Specialty. All stock warranted first class nnd true to name A fine slock'of Oru mental trees, Uoscs and Shrubs. Special prices on Large Orders. ' , . AGKM. ANDREW POWELL, Greenbrier, Ohio.. nugl7,'S0ml. Don't "Toxx ESLxxox? O.. O. SNYDER, Wrooclsiield, Ohi;9 is Dealer in 1MK I AND MANU1 All Kinds of Tinware&Spouting, is prepared to Furnish TO and IltON HOOFING of the Best Quality on Short Notice. Also a full line or QUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE, which will be sold at very low nrleo for CASH. Cull and see before purchasing elsewhere anything Iu her lino. dcelV&iy. J. J. McDBRMOTT, jiIjA.ik.s3, . omo, HdS tlio DANDY SAMPLE ROOM, LIHSTCH COUNTER ON UNION STDFSLESIira?, I'litwr oon pfoitTiiK of tjik loiu: 110x1:1,. I have plurcd In mv Sample Room the Tntent Anuarinm Glass-top Counter wIMi Gold Klsh actually swimming about In the counter. A novelty tluU i worth teeing. UI VE ME A CALL, octi2,m ()T10'K, &C. OPEXED DEESS GOODS. HERE! Cnos. Rendv Mini., nothing on.i it,. ttti-:iti-ut HARDWARE!! Xj TJ 33 S3 , C, E. Harlan, Jtiarcl Times. MUYJiiS ana TINWARE, Fcpd flitters, Corn Shellers, Corn nnd Ceb Mills,'. Vhn I'ol" Implements of every description, sen win le presented . subscription to Davis &'Co 11 .w. 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