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6ar-j..i.,B-.-roacT Tuesday, l)cc. 21, 1SSG. W. S. YAMAW ... Lecal Editor. IDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hardware, Chinaware, To Tax-Payers, Redemption, II. Assignee's Notice, 0.0. SXTDKR. Ewixg Bkos. C. E. Miller. R. MlHLEMAX. D. McVet. Registek. Prospectus, Seribner. Cuas. Sckibek s feoxs. Legal Notice, J. M. McGixxia Local, P. Schcmachekv Jr., & !IiO. Locals, Locals, Redemption, Locals, Xmas Toys, . A. F. Kisar. R.W. Poie. R. MVHLEMAX. M. W. Hors. J. Reixheru. H. -A little more snow, please. . The sands of 188G will soon be run. What are Cromor Pills? See advertisement. ".-Daylight (livincWcd 1o its short est span to-day (Tuesday.) , " Quail can be killed until and including New Year s Pay. A number of Bel! a ire children are afflicted with throat trouble. Four days more nntill Xmas. Excuse w but, Christmas Gilt. Cadiz has subscribed about $30.0D0 to the Cannon Ball railroad. The JlcClurel louse, of Wucc'l ino W ill chano-e hands about the first of April J. Brillee, a leading clothier dealer, of Wheeling, made an As signment laBt week. , We invite attention to the prs jiectus of the Wheeling Weekly .Register in this issue. Alexander Brannum, a promi nent wholesale grocer, of Bridge port, died Friday 17th inst. . , : Uviclisvillc claims to have an old gentleman seventy years of age -who is now cutties; his third set of teeth. . - . "' '.-'- The Woodsfield schools will .vacate one-week for holidays. So should - all the schools of Monroe County. . " Many persons have tried the Cremor Pills and 'found them splen did. See advertisement in another column. - . -, , Bishop Foster.- of the M.: E Church, will probably give a lecture to the people , of -Martin's Ferry eomc time in January. Shopping for holiday presents has already commenced. The ad vertising columns of t he Si'iRir bIiow its readers where to buy. The M. E. Church at Cameron will be dedicated on the second Sab bath in Jannnry, 18S7.- All are cor dially invited to be present. 1 This season it U difficult.. to 3raw the dividing line between one cold snap and another. What's tlifi difference anyhow let 'er snap. C. I Gould, civil engineer - of the proposed Ohio Valley Railwa', says that the Pennsylvania Com pany has decided 'to build the road aiext spring. .' ; , . . . t It is proposed to pipe the nat . wrnl gns from th Washington (Pa.) field, to Cleveland- a distance of 120 miles. The estimated cost is 5f2,OCO,000. ". The rocds in town and through out the country are in first-class condition; but look for the bottom to drop out when the first tbaw puts an appearance. . A. O. Okey, a Caldwell young man, while out skating recently fell, striking his heat! and shoulders. Concussion of the brain was pro duced nod his memory has entirety left him. 4 ' Mrs. Morris, of Bellaire. wife of "Zeke" Morris, the eccentric ho tel roan of that place, itej been be queathed $50,000 by her grandfath er in France. "Zcke" will now be more eccentric than ever. bome of our exchanges who have been publishing "The Red Acorn" as a fresh, bran new serial are disgusted with themselves since learning that it is an old chestnut." It appeared in book form several years ago, . The Noble Count- Republican figures that the school house at Summerficld .is fourteen hundred feet above the sea level. In case of an another inundation it would be the last point out of water in this part of the state; Two freight trains. collided m the B. fe O. at Belmont last week, and caused a general smash-up. Each train wanted to pr.ee the other without coins around hut that couldn't be, so they both went nn dcr. No lives lost. Our printers take this method of returning thanks for the bounti ful Bupply of wedding cake received, and all unite in wishing the Senior Editor and his beautiful and ac complished Bride, health, happiness and prosperity through life. While your heart is softened by the glad Christmas times, and your purse strings loosened in gift ma king for your family, don't forget those whose financial circumstances will not permit such pleasures. Make their Christmas n merry one, too. The farmers have generally closed up their work, and rejoicing in the abun-Iant crops they have stored, are dropping in to pay their December tax and subscription. . They say taxes are as easily paid under a Democratic Administration as any other. Come to the Bazaar this week and buy your Christmas gifts and cand-. On Thursday evening, a lunch, only 10 cents, eolfee extra. Friday evening oyster supper' end Art Gallery. This Art Gallery will contain a collec tion of new and won derful pictures.' SUMMEI1FIELD. MEltRY lYEDDISIJ CHIMES. We had the pleasure of witness ing two very pretty and impressive ceremonies at ten and a half o'clock on last Wednesday, the occasion be ing that of the marriages of Mr. G. W. IfAiiiLTox, Editor- of The Spirit, to IWiss Emma M. Bikchkh, and Pro fessor J. S. Barnes to Miss Kate Bircher.; ,: .- . .; .! ' .' ' The ceremonies were appropriate ly performed by Rev. Wilsox, of the Summcrfield M. E." Church, at the residence of the brides' mother, and in the presence of, an assembly mostly composed of relatives. . Both brides were becomingly ar rayed in neat traveling costum'cs; the grooms wearing the conventional black. . Hearty congratulations followed the consummation of the nuptial tie, and the guests . were then con ducted to the- dining room and in troduced to a table laden with tempt ing delicacies. At 2 o'clock p. m. Mr. and 31 is. Hamilton departed for a tour through the East, and taking with them the best wishes of thcii guests for a pleasant trip and safe return. M r. and M rs Barnes will leave shortly for the West, and will locate at Tratt, Pratt County. Kansas, where Mr. Barnes has business in terests. ' In the voyage of life, the happy couples may be assured of the high est hopes and best wishes of an ex tensive circle of friends. May the continuation of the new life so aus piciously commenced, be as bright and joyous as when first they started "o'er life's rough sea." The following telegram, received in the afternoon, is self-explanatory;. ' New York, 15, 18S6 Mr. and Mrs. Rice extend their hearty congratulation and , wish you both a life full of health, happiness and prosperity. -No Boor. I Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton were the recipient's of the following testimo nials of regard: - Misses Nellie and Mollie Wright, of Cincinnati, magnificent robe. - Messrs. A..L. Rice Co., Wheel in?, hammered brass umbrella stand. V Groom to bride, .; complete set of China tabic ware. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Reed, pair tow els. - ' ' Mr. s'rid Mis. Gramlich, Lewis villi?; set silver knives and forks. . Miss Marine Hamilton, of In diana, pair handsome vases. Miss Emma Gramjjch, of Lewis ville, toilet set:' Miss Mollie Wagonfield, Lccowsp: ton, Ohio, set of flower vases. - W. ii, VanLaw, of Woodsfield, sil ver butter duih., Miss Etta WagOfcfield Lecomp ton, Ohio, fancy glass lamp, Mary McGurk, China cup end I saucer. Master Willie Copeland, unique bottle "of perfumery. Mrs.' Mary A. Wright, Cincinna ti, set of engraved goblets. ? Capt S. Spangler and wife, 'of Woodsfield, beautiful hanging lamp. 31 r, and Mrs. F. L. Craig, silver pickle ccster. . Mrs.. Mary Wfpjhf, Cincinnati. China cup and saucer. I Jennie Brown, rlbilin cover ttttd silver butter knife. n Sv 8. Class, dressing case, hand some mirror, and je,wel casket. Miss Laura Hill, Beallsville, Ohio, finely j finished plush clock, jewel casket and perfumery set Mrs. Margaret E. Butt, Lcwisvillc, sugar joi'l, . Mrs. F. L. tng, elegant looking mirror and perfumery " - W. F. Hamilton, Macksburg, O., pair fine linen towels. Mrs. Melissa M. Hamilton, Macks butgt Ohio, stand cover. .. Mr. end Mr. McGuire, pair linen towels. . Miss Ollie Daniels, of Puinfiicr fleld, pair linen towels. ? Mrs. M. E. Butt of Lcwisvillc, set of German silver teaspoons. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Copeland, of Cameron, W. Va., iargc hanging lamp. ; Miss Nellie Copeland, of Came ron,: W, Va,, card basket Miss Mary Birehcr, rug. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hamilton, of Calais, toilet set. x Bride's mother, linen table cover. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Horn, Woods field, finely portrayed hand painting of romantic scenciy. Jno. W. Uircher, pair'. Turkish towels! Misses Annie and Mollie Span gler, two fancy bread plates. " Mr. Thomas JJircher, fake pan and granite coffee pot. Mr. and Mrs. J.- II. Shankland, 6pobn holder and bread plate. Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Barnes,, pair of blankets. M. S. atid Alice Wilson, of Kins lej, Kansas, elegant and unique sil ver pickle caster. The following is a list of presents received by Mr. and Mrs. Barxes: Misses Nellie and Mollie Wright, of Cincinnati, handsome robe. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Amos, 6ilver knives and forks. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shankland, large glr.es bread plate .and spoon holder. Burket Barnes, set of knives and forks. . . . John Bircher, 1'm'kish towel. Mr. and, Mrs. Ed. Reed, linen towel. . . . Messrs A. L. Rice & "Co!, Wheel ing, hammered brass umbrella stand. Mrs. Jane Bircher, linen table cloth. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Horn, finely portrayed hand painting of roman tic scenery. Thomas II. Bircher, cake pan and granite coffee urn. Mr. and Mrs. G.'W. Hamilton, silver knives and forks. A.. S. Barnes, silver pickle caster. Dr. R. S. Brown, plush dressing case. : .'r Miss Mary Bircher, fancy rug. A. W. Barnes, set silver teaspoons. Miss Mary McGuire, China cup and saucer, . , v - v . . Mr. and' Mrs." Abel Barnes, set silver tablespoons. T. K. & 31. A. Amos, silver pickle caster. ; Mrs. Mary A. Wright, Cincinna ti, set of goblets engraved ; China cup and saucer. !.;.,... Mr. and Mrs. Mary McGurk, linen table cloth. j i ; '-. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Craig, money $8.00. Miss Jennie Brown, album cover and silver butter knife., ' . j i Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bnrnes, set of napkins. ' ' ' - ' -;'. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gant, Macks burg, Ohio, glass cake stand .,?;.-, Ollie Daniels, linen table cloth. BOTIIWELL CLARK. The residence of one of Pater- son's best known families, on Mar ket street, was last evening the scene of a fashionable assemblage and a briiliant wedding. Katherinc,dangh- crn University at New ; Orleans, La. The ceremony was performed. by the Rev. David 31agie, D. D., pastor of the Church of the Redeemer, this city. Dr. J, A. . Irwin,, .of Fifth avenue, New York, wis ) fbest man," and the bride was preceded by four little girls as bridesmaids children of her brother, Mr; Henry I. Clark, and of her sister 3Iary, 3Irs. Kerr. The decorations .were handsome; the supper, by 'Hill,. 'was sumptuous and bountifiikand Crooks furnished excellent music, l ite oc casion was a joyous one. The bride has been' one of the most esteemed members of Paterson society, known likewise in good woiks and in church circles, and the onlv rearet her friends and family have is that they are to lose her presence. The groom is one of the most distinguished scholars and divines of the South, and is a magnificent specimen of physical as well as intellectual man hood. Rev. 3Ir.'and 3Irs. Both well will take a wedding tour to the West, and after it is over! wjl1 pro cecd directly to President BothwcU'd home in New Orleans. Paterson (A. J.) Pre. - Rev. Geo. Bothwell is a 3Ionroe County bov, and his friends" here oner him hearty congratulations, and sincerest hopes for a bright fu ture. Present report says that Woods field will be full of pedagogues dur ing Holiday week. For 20 years Henry F. Balcora, of Shirley, Mass., suffered with rheu matism. He found no relief until he took Hood's SaisapanHa. Ix cases of Fever and ague, the blood is as eiFeetually, though not so dangerously poisoned by the dil uvium of the atmosphere as it could be by the deadliest poison. Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills and Fever Cure will eraoicate this poison from the system. 50 cents a bottle. . Dcceniiier is an eventful month. Thp Battle Fredericksburg,-Dee. 13, 1862; Amej-iiian glayery abolished, Dec. 18, 18G5; Bo'stou Tea Party, Dec. 16, 1773; Plymouth settled, Dec. 22, 1820; South Carolina sece dpcj Dec. 20, 1800; Sir Isaac New ton bmu, TW, 23. 1620; Battle of Trenton, Dt-c. 26, 1774; GJtone born. Pec, 20, 1.809; Battle pf Que bec, Dee. 3 J, J775,- " In a room where thoi'p U a con stant fire the atmosphere becomes so dry at to cause an unpleasant, dry feeling in the head, This may, and should be obviated by keepfng a vessel cf water on the stove to evaporate, Rnd thus slightly moisten the air. Teachers, especially, should ifjjdprud jthis and look after the" proper ventilajiop of tligiv rooms. American school clnldre'ii', pry ten complain of headache and nine times out of ten this sickness U caused by imperfect ventilation. HOWS THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any 'case of Catarrh that can not be ercd fry taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. ' : F.J. CHENEY & CO., Prop'rs, ,' Toledo, O. P. S. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta ken lnteally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price, 75 cents per bottle. Solk by all Druggists. . . , - . CAT Amur CURE Weekly Report of Woodsfleld Schools ror w ecK fnuiiig: wcceinopr 17. 1 1. A 2h 31 EiE ais- Is Di partmcHts, Seriiitnifl ent find J'c7iT.t. TCo. II It. T. Morrw. Prin. ' 9 in; 0 No. --Jf. K. Hini hilr.Ti'ii'r. 22I0:2' 0 No. 4Jlrllp Sinclair, ', Kl'l.") 1 2 No. -X. K. WiH-tuir, ' ' 17. IS; ii No. 2 Deo Ilt-r.nl' " ' 24 1' II No. 1 4'uiTlo V:nsW, " :;21 17 Ui AI'.SKXTEKS NOT EXCUSED. Xo. I. Mflggie Lang. No. III. Leandcr Baker, Frank Mooney, Lizzie Leibfarth. Jo. IV. Archie Adams, Blanche Lang. Xo. VI. Wayne West nnd James Pearson. An End to Bone Scraping, Kdward Shepherd, ot Hanisburg, 111., says: 4 Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suficring humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doc tors toia mc 1 Mouia nave to nave the hone scraped or leg amputated I used, instead three bottle3 of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bncklcn's Arnica Salve, nnd my leg is now sound nnd well. Electric Bitters are sold at ' fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklcn's Arnica Salve at 25c. per box by R.'W. Pope, ter of the late Henry Clark, was ,T "l"-'1 l" b, f, , 7 " T. 7' married to the Rev. George W. Both! or mone' l?"ndL1 1 "c 2CeUS well, 31. A., President of the South- roT flc by R. . 1 ope. The Dow Law has been sus tained by the Ohio Supreme Court. The Spirit wishes one and all of its readers a merrt, merry Christ mas. . s We are authorized to announce that on Friday and Saturday, Dee. 2-lth,,and 25th, 188G, and Jan. 1st, 1887, t he Bellaire, Zanesville & Cin cinnati R'y will sell tickets to all pojnts on. their line at excursion rates. Tickets good going on the above date o:.ly and good returning any day from Dec. 24th, .188C, to Jan. 3d, 1887, inclusive. v Bntklen's Arnica Salve; The-Best, Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt RIn?um Fever wores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin-Eruptions," and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar Business Locals ; Aj!finca5toek of Holiday goods at A. F. KISAR'S. WANTED. Dry Ash Lumber. Dec. 7. ' F. DIEIIL. jffiF-For leading works ot fiction tall on POPE the Drug 3Ian. gtyDo you want a good photo graph atonlr3.(J0 per dozen.-' lou do? Well, then call on HORN. g3fi?All goxls engraved free of charge at A. r. JvlSAK N jS"Shot in half a secoud," is the story wafted down from HORN'S Gallery each day. ..." ; Kno'-Tou "want' a - beau ti fu' book for a Christmas present? If so, call at R. W. POPE'S. 3rsCHU3IACHEH'S are on hand. with a full Btock in their line, for Ihe Holiday's'. Give them .ii call and yon won't regret it. T-Goto A. V. SLACK'S for Pure Drugs, and Patent. 3rcdicines. ,s 0yrpf't fil to call at KISAR'S und soe his. display of Silyenware. WE has books of all-Hinds. 3Iakes prices suit, Buys standard works, rtF-Call at KISAR'S and scp the New Dust-proof. Watch" movements, It leads them all. ?SyNoV is tho'lime to get," your CalHnet -PhoWrapliiii -for- Holiday presents. HORN only asks if 3,00 per dozen.; , : , :,. ' Jp5r"Gent!cmen desiring a pre- sentrJVrj thcirhuly friijads in the way ot nKeresnng reacimtf, iim una tne best collection in town at POPE'S, IS hen yon can t so to see your best girl,' send your ' photo HORN will tell you the rest. Xctif e to Tax-Payers. I will extend the time for the pay; ment of December taxes until Janu ary S, 1SS7, except those that are dtliiHjjiftnj; real estate, which, if not paid at once, y-l aijyet'tjsed tor sate I". Jy. iiilLL,i, dpf-'Sl'.'SQ,. Treasurer M. C. p. XMAS TOYS. :o:- ;' Come and see J. REIN IIKRK'S new r)VS just opened hhl wcekv; ,? Isohis fi!fitiu6ht of-fine and common OA N I) RS, fhe r-t gest in tlij : -County'; Also, Nuts, Figs, Haisins, ?'Van ages, Mftlaffii .OTiMies e.tc All fiesh g: ds, and will t-ell eVerj-thing at Vwk Rottom Priced : ; i?ec. 21,'SG BIIESS-fOliriit PARSOXH KEXIil.SOX, Trop'ru. Ot2 6,'8y. HTTearhers attending the "In iiiiV?,? yPt.hSYp Sood opportunity of obtaining photos. " HORN knows how. lff"TeacJers when attending the Institute should call at R. W. POPE'S and examine his Webster's Unabridged Dictionaries. They can buy J.hera for less money from POPE .tjian from the publishers." "fffflrHORK has the finest Instru ments in the State for making large and smaTrpliotos. Don't forget him while attending tne Institute; he flatterafthem all and don't you- for get it. Any person wishing Slate, Tin or Iron Roofing dno, 'will find it to tbeir interest to cal) on or address L, P tJrpnian, Clarington, Ohio. Sep. 7,86 tf. MA KE T. Fresh meat every day. Bologna, Sausage's, Bacon and Lard, apr. 1485. " CHARLES YOSS. f THE t- . . . : Bellaire Zanesville & Cincinnati Will sell Cheap Tickeis to PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI, ICA-NssLS CITY, ' and all points : West. . . 1 J. C. UI.AKK, r. r. A. : jy 12,'SG. Woodsfield, Ohio. asyI Jiave some monev ot 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 Bale on time or for cash. For particulars, address v O - J. H. McCOY, v; ' . SistersvilTe, W. Va. '"Soy. 1C,-.'S6. -3m.. . ., . To all wh6 are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous vrcaknees, early docay, lossot manhood, to., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America, Send a self-addressed envolopo to the ItEV. JOSEPH T. I.IMAS, Station D, Nets Tork City. Oct. K.'SO-lv. siarcn 2ii, aooi n. PERSONALIA. Mw.G. G. Jcnniiiiw Is with fricntU nt (?!ttllA veil. x. - .. ""jlnsicr 15oMiie Armstrong Is. !11 with piicu mnnii. - ' " '; ; ?.lr. John Stoclii", who luis Ix'cn nt Ilollitlny Cove, W. Vn., i nt homo. Jacob T.Morrill, Ksrj., hits bven ap)olntql postmu'tLT nt C'lnrin?toi). Cobcrn, the dentist, liindo a professionn! visit to W'ootlsflolrl Inr.t wwk. Jtiss return HfU, of IlPitllKVille, wns flip giicst of JFi.'S Ida Smilii lr.st ttvek. F. Ar. Hrown, of. Anti.M-h, was i: town Thuralny, anil rvwwril his snl'scriiitiun to the Spirit. .. .' : ' f ' Sain Morris, t!iM flicir'.i! liplitn ns s'.i:i:;or" at-tho Pc ot M ill piny with oii-i-tiit-ltyetC'iildi. vell,i'.;irinst!:choIidi!ji. . . ? -, f S. M. M.-JIilimi, i(!it(-r t.f the Mnricl'tii Time, nnd Deputy Itevemn.- r.iileclor for tliis DiHtrlrt, was in town lust week. Isro. Mc Millan ninkcs a fin-t-cinsw oliOi tor of Vncle Snin'is revenue. - . LKiJ.VXOX. 1ih "Hons the two Republicans that borrow the SrruiT each week to obtain the county news. They can o-enerally be found at P. 11' s., statino- what they'll do in '83. Andy ilyrrs killei one, a hog, we mean, not a Republican, that weighed, when dressed, 3'J0 ll:s,.Adam Messmcrone that weighed 420 lbs. Mrs. Alice Price and her daugh ter, Hattie returned to our village h st Wed nesd ny. 31 r. Price and her family moved to Iowa about two years ago; she finds no place as con- hills of Monroe. Her gonr Oseary is teaching in Iowa; he will move back to our village next Spring, bringing one of Iowa's fair girla with him who will help him brush away the thorns that line life's highway. Jmes Wooster a Tilonroe (Vmnty boy, who went to Iowtr some three years ago, has purchased a farm i Jones County, and is doing .wclh-Hif nicuua arc giau.ifj icutu oi ms suc cess in life. Jacob Blattlcr, formerly of Salem township, is hulling out the clover for our farmers. He says the pres ent crop is the largest he evpr knew; some of the farmers have as mu'yh'as 50 bushels. This product will bring quite a revenue to our township. We are hunting up the oldest na tive born citizen of tUp.xoun.ty, and think we've found hinr ths lage. Perry W. Brown was born on Suniis!) creek, ' four miles from Woodsfield 00 yeqrs ago next " Jatiu; ary 11th; bring forth citizen. . ' - your oldest The young folks have organized a Literary Society; they. mppt. at.theJ school house on S'.itiii'day evening, Th.e.Tariif question will ow-upy juoftti of their tmie-tbis 'nearer, ! CTiir'liOTsy it i j 1 1. - arc ,weu lmiiiiiMiii arm aj-s goou ;ut baters, Prof, Janieg Kiusey will dc livet' a' lecture nt the ppxt meeting, ' Our she(fj) men are sparing neither time nor expense in Improving their flocks. P.. R. Hannah, fiiidr.iqysref her have each purchased fine; bucks paying gord prices for the same. We believe- Bethel possesses the best stock ot horses, sheep andcattle in the ,Co.,recs(Ti, - farmers ayIio are not afraid to invest. The S. S., under the Suycrinten dency of M. Warwick' is rapidly in creasing in members, ... . : Ir. Geo. WUteubrook is taking irj the sights at .our village. Charley H;;nnah while coasting was thrown froin his sled "striking hijj knc fiipst a ghnj-p stone- nu king au ug'fy and clsKgetoiijj wound. Dos Wittenbrook rendered the nec essary gnrgit-nl Hid, . . Isaac tHbauklawl who was for SO years a resident of our village but now of 'Cow Run, Washington Co., is wltb us again for a short visit. Mr. Joe Potts has just completed a fine residence for Thorn as FJeailog. . The scales have been doing ?duty aqajn our od lady went out tp. Albert Haudioa' vs'ith .tt pleasant smjle on her co!ptcnn-ers:tnc;'eales likl un.fr lu:r gliowl, and WA when bum'-icturueit that it was a spry little urchin, weighed eight pounds, and If it lived t-ll it wael it would vote the democratic tic-fcef;" after that she wiped her spectaxlesy laid the scales away, and san "Ba bv mine." t - ; ; '.... - .- j!. v. . va tnK t - - DEC0UATEI) ENGLISH Tea and Dinner Vare. TEA SETS OP 56 PIECES. J"-X3ef 'Set Onlt-rs "ly nuiil rttttve prompt attention. Ewing Brps.J 215 Market 8t., opposite JJrJjure Hquso. WILL YOU NOTE THESE Important Facts? 1. The v.'kkklt itKGisTEit and SriEiT will be clubbed at $2.25 the per i vear, rest ago l'aid. , ' : j 2. The Wheeling Weekly Kegis Teh now ranks w:th tho largest pa. pers in tue Luuea btates. ' ; i or a quarter of r. century' the .Register has battled for the success of pro gressive, independent and honest Democracy. The battle is won, but the Register shall keep right along fighting for the right and prospering as the people prosper. , - , . : I. Its corps of correspondents covers every countj in the State.. 4. It has a special reporter at Charleston, and all the news occur ring at the State Capital will be promptly reported in full by tele- sraph and letter. . The Weekly Registee 'J a&d Geographic.il and Political :,Map f West lrgmia will be sent one j-ear for $ 1.25. , ... , . C. The Weekly Register and At las ot tne vor:a will be sent one year for $1.50. Specimen Copies ol the REGi.n'Ei!, seat free on applica tion. 7. Anv one sending, five dollars will receive the Register s Perfect Map of West Virginia Free, and five covies of tho Weekly Rcsister for one year, sent to rny address. A Club of ten and an extra cow. to getter up ot club for tt-n .dollars.; ". i ; 8. The live stock, wool, produce and gr: :m markets v. ill continue iul and reliable. Address, WEST VA. rilLMIXG COKI'iXV, w ucciiugj u. a. Rheumatism . It U Sit established fact that Hood's 8ar saparilla bos proton an UiTaluable remedy In many severe cases ot rheumatism, effect ing remarkable cures by Us powerful action ia correcting the acidity of the blood, which is the cause of the disease, and purifying and' enriching the vital fluid. . ' , It is terUAnly fain to assume that what Hood's Sareaparilla has done for others It .will do for you. Therefore, if you suffer . the pains and aches ot rheumatism, give t';is potent remedy a fair trial. t '- ' t t - i A Positive Care. "I was troubled very much with rheum , U3ni ia my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed a good deal of the time. Being rec ommended te try Hood's Sarsapariila, I . t-k. four bottles and am perfectly welL 1 :hserfully recommend Hood's Sarsapariila , rne of tho best blood purifiers in the . W. F. Wood, Bloomington, 111. . For Twenty Years 1 iav teen afflicted with' rheumatism. Before lsS3 1 fouad no relief, but grew worse. I then !;osan taking Hood's Sarsapariila, and it did n;e more good than all the other medicine I ever had." H. T. Balcom, Shirley, Mass. i "I suffered from what the doctors called nitscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar sapariila and am entirely cured." J. V. A. Proud foot, letter carrier, Chicago, 111. - Wo shall be glad to send, free of charge to all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsapariila Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for tS. Made only by C L IIOOl A CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO -Doses. One Dollar. oct. 12,'SG-ly. , . . HfflffEVER AV-FEVER . ELT8 CREAM BALM It not a liquid, muff crpouden. Applied into nostrils is quickly absorbed. It tleanses tht Aead. Allays inflammation. Reals the torn" Restores thetenset of taste and smell. 60 rttf at Drfclrf bp mail, rtjUUnd, 60 cent. ELY BRQTHEBSiDmffgl8ts0irefoI. dec" ''." .. . . ' i ' -TEACHERS' IXJJTiTUTE, The wbi ajinnal session of. the Jlonroe County Teachers' Associa tion, wnU)e held in the Court House fit "WooiTsEelil, conimencing Monday, PQc-eniberJ27t KK $ h4 closing Decem ber Slsfr,1 ' ' C Teachers.- your committee kindly suggest that you, one and all, read Sections,'4086 to 409-1 of the School Lawof 'Ohio,' which fully explain tli e ; duties : of teachers relative to the Covinty Institutes and why you should attend thein. , ' - Fellow teachers of Jlonvoe, liiase to bear jn.mind thfl jinavtancp of maiiing j onvinsitituta a success, and to make, jt such j-our Executive Com mittee respcctifully . insists iipca your atlendnnca acl rtd. : : leachers. of Unjon Schools of Normal Schools, of Select Schools, of Cotrinio'n Schools, think of the good work that can be done by your co operation with the committeev . The followingfeminent;instructors have been employed Tor .the coming institute: .Uen.. laton, ex-Lnited States .enoot" Commissioner, -vud tl-.ci liew Presidout uS ilarietta Col lege, SnMrtDtoQctent '?, 0.;Hart?lcr, pf KevtiuV, 01 10. V'pft HL'tu'ei1, the renoH iwl Elocutionist of Pittsburg, Vh O.ili'Mitchell, Ph. 1), of Mri. etta (.Mhjare-j Jato f Jono Hopkins University, a ."Mathematician second to no one, also Jlrs.- Leiter, of "Wil- mmston, unio,. win gi"e a lecture diuing'the institute- All of whom will lift-'iireprrt tomstnuct ana ch ier- tain. in addition tne liest 'teachers of lonroe bounty ;s.ro ready.; and willing to lend a helping hand. Teachers, this is ? your - Institute, come and be benefitted.- ; Jas. II. IIamiltox, Pres,') "' V, Vi, " W, Wu-LUMs, Sec, 1 Ex. Com. WOODSFIELD MARKET. . GPOCEKT MARKET. CORKECTED WEEKLY BY P. SriHTMAOIIEIVK, & HBO. Moxday, December 20. insfl. Hour, pe 1)1)1., .iholoe Patented, ', hhi onk ............... Wheat, perlmshel, new Onts, iH-r lmshwl.... ... , . , .'.,: , , .... Torn ' do .. Corn'noal da : . ... nuckwheiit Pour, i'oll'ee, prnrn, ehi)fif. f" tt.'. ' " fancy " " WBHtecl, Arliuckle's, pL. lh..,. Kutnir?", prnmilnteil, 43 !t for . ...... . " .V Htnndnrd. l;!uj Vi. . . .... -j-" Yellow, choice, 14 ttf....... JIolr.Kses, Horahum " Orleans jjvnip, pure siir, per'tnilhtn. ;. . ' mixed. . . , . . .i, 70 ..'... .25' ..85Sr.W 50 . . i . . .8 IS 20 22 .'...1.00 ...1.00 ....l.OO 41 ......70 .....60 ...... S5 id ..... tiO H 20 40 ... ...2 -....'... S .-40 Rice, Cnrolinsi, choice head, lt. -V lirtiKer, T , Tea finest "f tW :.. ;v.'... ehoice. " . r.utter. "fiti, v.. ;.. Kirs, V doi fin-en apples, t1 lniKhel . , Hi-nns navy, p hi I)ried peaches. ? lb PriiMl npi)les, f m.... Potatoes, V bit; ....'.' salt..: '..... :. ... .... l..Vi Live Stoo. East Liberty, . Deckmbeu, 17, ISSG. Cattle Receipts, 100 head; ship ments, 144 head: nothing doing, no cattle shipped to New York to-daj-. Hogs Receipts, 3,800 head; ship? ments," 4,200 head; maru.t actlva; Philadelphias, $4 504 GC; York ers, $4 254 35; grassers, 4 00 1.45; 14 cars hogs shipped to Xew York to-day. 'Sheep Receipts, 1400 head; ship ments, 1000 head; market very dull, nnd nothing doiD. - - . v Wteeiinc. ' .'v DlXEMBEtt 17, 18S0. The cattle market this week was fairly active and. prices in all m- tances remained the same, as those of last week. The hog market ad vanced a quarter and was " active, while latribs were somewhat quiet. ' Cattle 1,000 to 1,100 lbs stock Sfvic per. lb.; 800 to 900 lbs. 3a 3 Jc per Ah; 700 to 800 lbs. 2a3e per lb. . Hogs Market active; S Jalc per 1!). . , .' C Lambs Good at3a4c peril). Calves $3 00a5 00 per head. Sheep 24a3Jc per lb. cat Abb 110 msn 1 TWO dfTlMTR ! " Is all that it will IIOUE, the lamest wholesale and retail deal' Organs in the inatc, who. in return, will sci:d- you Vataloge, Terms, Trices and information that will, be worth front ' ' To you in the pim-hn.se of a Piano or Organ. If you entertnin' nny doulit of our V heeling, examine our Htx-k, nnd If we fail to Jnnko our word gooil we will pay you to a iirstcluKu hotel for dinner. Call on or address IVo. i:3i50 From now until f hrist mas we will cut prices on Ladies' v raps so that all can purchase: 6 8 10 .7 50. Short Wraps&Newmar- ; - kets about the svmc ratio. I liis is a big cut so early in !he seaso.V but in accord ance -with the tin.es. Just think, an e1 eg ant 'Jacket for $3.00! , Men's and Boys' Overcoats v ' - . ; " . we win oner at quite a rc duclit.n from market price lobacco is selling low, so goods die low These over coats are lower, to cKse for; the season. Splendid Over-J coat for men ax $35U; then you. want to see what $5 wil; get' ." Boys in like propor tion ' ilk and Cashmere Vuf tlei s, Silk and Linen I ! and kei chiefs; . we show an im mense pile of these 2c a pr up. Tou should see oyx Ten Cent colored Bordered Handkerchief. You want to look Ot our hildren's & Misses Hoods at 25 cents. If yoit want to soe how far: a dollai' will go the-e tin es conic to oir plac. Look out for our displays Put your money into useful and ornamental articles. BIG R BICTIOXSIN LOTS OF AR TICLES. 20 yds -Canton Flannel for $1 yet; 2o vogood comfort Calico for $1 yet; 20. yds Nluslin for $1. -; Good bye until after c hiist iutxi. You want f ur goods at these low prices; we want your patronage and money. We -earn it by selliri gxds this wav. ' ; Christmas gift to you all, and a merry one. M0KRIS& All.MSTliOXO SHERIFFS SAWS. ' , . J.O. Rouse, Adm'r, 1- ' vs. : -James L. AVatson, S ano. 1 l Y virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued 4b from the Court of Common Pleas, with. in and for the County of Monroe, and State of Ohio, in a case )euuing In said Court between the niKive named i)arttes, to memrected, i win oiler for unle at piil)llc uiu-tlon nt, the east dx.)r of the Court House in Woodsfield. ai Friday, thr S.yhUnu cf Drr)nHt', A, JX i1, between the hour uf '10 lyVlook a. in. and 4 o'clock p., ill.,' of sniil dav, tho following de siriiKd ieul entate, to-wlt: 'the west part or tne northeast ounrter oi tlte southeast ounrter, of section twenty-six, township five, of ranee five lKginnlng for the same at the northwest-corner of the nort heust quarter of the soutlieiut quarterof said sit-tion twenty-six; thence south two degrees west fourteen hundred and thirty-two chains; thence souih eighty-eight degrees east six and fitly hundredths chains to the center of. the road: thence with said rolul north forty-nine decrees west two chains; thence north eijrljt and one mill decrees east two andtwvtVy' linn, dredth chains; thence north fort j.deirrt's east el;:hty-seven links; thence g(ith eijihty-etiiht demes east thlvto.cn und forly-flvehundredlh chains to the center of the run; thence up said run novth ten degree west seventy-six links; thenio north peventcen deRTees wesrstwo chains; thence north thirty-one decrees west fmir chains; tlicme north twentj .twu iU west sixty-nine links; thence north elghty elsht degrees west fourteen and ferty-six liun dredtli cliains to the place of beginning: con taining fourteen acres and two perches. Said ui'nnertv so ordered t be sold is ap- prnised at and mny sell for two-thirds of said appraisement, lerms oi aie cusu w.- fore t'onliniiallon. LOCIS Sri.SBKROEH. nov.n'iWivi hheritfi M.C.O. W. E. Valloky. AUy for Plulntiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Randolph Ilatliom vs. Mary A. llathorn & al. I tilioii Issued from the Court of Common nnd State of Ohio, in a case jiending in said Court iK'tween the aliove named parties, nnd to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house on . . Friday, the i!,th day of vecemuer, itou, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. nnd '. o'r liM-U n. in., of said tin v. tne lotiowms uo scribed real estate situate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: Tkact No. 1. The cast half of the south-wi-ict nnnrler of se-tion seventeen, township three of range four, containing eighty and wtv.ni"ht. Iinnilrrdth acres, (cxcci)t twenty- seven acres sold off of the west side to Samuel RniiU-irir. nf wliii'h the run Istne line. Tuu-r No. 2. The northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section seventeen, town ship three nl range tour, containing ioiij uuu thirtv.ff.nr huiulriHllh acres. TRACT 1 DC soilinwcsi ly.uu icr m iiiv northeast ni'nrter of section seventeen, town- shin three of ranee four, (except twenty seres sold off the noi l side ; .Mary liusuirx), con tutiitiiLr fwentv acres more or less. Said property so ordered to be M is up. rot. No 1 W.i.H Tract No. 2.. -.11100.00 Trict No. 4 Total! $S2.50 and inr.y sell for two-thirds of twiid appraise- mnllt- Tkums' op SAl.E.One-thtrd cr.sh In hnnd nui'.tliird lii oiui v.inr and one-third in tw venrs from day or sale; deferred pnyments to lierir interesl anp mviin-H by mortgage on the premises sold. ' V LOUIS SUIBERCER, nov2VMwS. Sheriff M. C. O. W. E. MawuhY, AU'I. ST cost you to WlilTE A ; LET i Ll ft & '7;.' ( ' sixteen to .FidEt3r 3-)oiia,xs: Market Street, WUeelingr, .VT-.-.XfU )-., FURNITURE ' ' . . ...' .I''1. '.' Vliy go to Vhccling for Furnitnre, TFlien by calling t MRS. CAERIE HOFFMAN'S 3NTO. 232 TJJ3JLorL3t,33ellilro.o' ionenn pi-t what you want in that line nt Hip Lowent Powlhle Prk-eR, nnd nave frelgll " c '. ' Ijuruert ami UKrt'l-MTlo It-d Klm-k of Kl'KlTUUK in the city. I Me buy for eawh nml sell for rnxh, nt iirievs that nmko It to voiir liiti'nut U pnironire Hi long etahlit(hed und Keliablc House. . llomeinher the pluee: 2U L'nim ulreet, 'jli llnire, Ohl Clxild-xerL's 23Iig:l3. Ciiaixs j nnd Rockerx. Iarge Ktock of JIolUlu y Cioodi, Fancy Ihvd andHultitn Clinlra-3-J: -THE- Largest Stock, ' ' ! -;f , ,.. , , ,.;.',. IiOwost Fricos, and. Best Fits k Workmanship. THE MM I'M M iz3test7"I3ii.:,'.,,6'h:xo. novSlwD. J. J. McDBEMOTT -or- DANDY SAMPLE ROOi: and LIJNGH GOIJNTEI OONT XJlsriOPa STREET, kiiiht doou jsoitTiii oy Tin: ci.oi: hoti:i I have placed In my Sample. Room tho Patent Anuiirlum GliiFM-top Counter with floid V actually KWinimlnj about In the counter. A nnvc lly that U worth teeing. OIX'K ME A VAl oetlilM. SHERIFF'S SALE. Joint 1L Stephen . vs. Jane Steplieri ct nl. BY virtue of a certain order of file In par tition issued from tho ourt of common pleas within nnd ftie tike 4-ounty of Monroe nnd State of Clhto, In a cause pending in said court between the slxive named (mrties.nnd to nie dlrwtcd, I will offer for sale at public auc tion, at tho east door of-the court house in Woodsfield, on, . Friday, tlie !Uh dag of December, 18M, between the hours of 10 o'clock . m. and 4 o'clock: p. m., of said day, the itillowing do scribed real estate, situu.to a Monroe courty, Ohio, to wit: Tract No. west half of the west half of Hip northwest quarter ot section six-. teen, lawnsnip seven oi range seven, contain leg .mny acres. Trai No. H. The northeast quarter of the nsrthwest quarter of section twenty-two, township seven of range seven, contains forty acres. Said property so ordered to be sold' is ap praised at . . Tract No. 2. . .'. C , 1,1100 Tract No. 8 , ". 1,800 Total .'..... '..12.900 and may seli for two-thtrds of Raid appraise ment. Tkumh nr 8am:. One-third cash In hand one-thlnl In one year nnd one-third In two years from day of sale; defcrreu payment to bear interest nnd be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. liUC'lS HL IjHKKKUKK, nov2l,'Rv:. . . Sheriff M. C. O. W. K. Mallory, Att'y. REDEMITION NOTICE. f ; To F. KindcJbrrqrr or whom It may cowcw-h.' . X7.. 1 I.. 1 1 ... ..! !.... u . Wilson has puld Into the county Treasury sum sufficient Ui MvKem t acres, part of the west i)t tha iuuth half of the southeast mirV'K oi ranee lour, townsnip two, section ittvn, sold nt a ueilniiuent tnx snlo oy John "iinwr. Treasurer of Monroe county. )hlo, Janiuuy IB. MSB, In the name of S. AV. ones to r . Kindelbenrer. H. II. M 1'HLEJIAN, Auditor Monroe County, Ohio, dec2I,'S6wS. ytj-HCE of Arroi:iin4w.. . ! Extatrcf John IIokiYs ftf. T AHE nndersigped has licen appointed and qunltneu (is umiuisirnior oiinccMme of f John ItosKinaon, lateoi .uonroecouniy,Uc. V. ' , Tv . T ,C1 1 HI 1 0(1 THIS lll uaj "I ll" ii:iit, i. n-ru. asxymi. W. E. SCHOONOVEH. nhtntneil nnd nil other business In the V. S. 'a tent Office attended to. h)f HODEKA VK FEES. Our praec Mislte the v. s l'ntent tirnce, ana va mm ooiain nis'ins in it's-1, uiuc uinu hose remote from H iinh mhmi.v, "end M OPKL VH liKA 11 IMi. wendviseas iTpHlentability free ofeharfe; and we make XQ VII ARMS VXLEHS WE OBTAIX A VA TEXT. " We refer, here, to the l'ostnmster, tne snp't Money Onlcr Div., and to officials of tl e U. S. Patent Office. For circular, ail vice, tci ms.anu references to actual clients In your own state or county, write to Opixwlte patent Ofllee, Washington, D. C. novlH. LEGAL NOTICF:. Court of Common Pleas, Noble County, Ohio. Chris. McKee plaintiff, The Rellalre, Znnes-1 Civil action. niminM vllle and Cincinnati Railway Company 4 others, defendants. TN niirsuance of an order of said l ourt, no- 1 tlce Is hereby given to all the creditors of the Rellalre, xanesvine ana cincinnnii tiaii way Coiiipnny, that the above entitled action la now nemiuie in sniui.oiin.wiicrciimiesH!u plainUtt sues on his own behalf nnd for the equal benefit, of all the creditors of the said rniiwav coinnanv. wnicu hp Biircii m mi m oilvent cornoralion. The said plaintiff seeks in said action to subject tho stockholders of said railway company to the statutory naou- ty, imposed upon them as sucn stocKnoiucrs, in order to pay ine uenis oi rain corporauon. All the cn-dltots of the said railway com pnnv, who desire to share in the fuhd to be raised hv the assessment of the stockholders of said corporation are required to answer herein, or present their claims to the under signed, on or lieftirc Saturday, February 12, A d!W J.frf.McOINNlH, doc21,,Ml7. Hpocial Master CoramlBiioner. r in Piana and!' m SHI' - .' nbllity (o do UiIb, romo to your mllrnad. fare nul lako : .as m I r-- Newest Style r TAILOR CHRISTMAS TB. 1.4, DEOKMnF.lt OKKAiiVxtJ OF VKKFUI, A ' , Oli.NANK.NTAL HOLIDAY I-RKKFNT8 i " AXI1 IlAROATNS SUKI'AKli AU. 1 . FOHMEU 8BAS)H. . . i . Notice a few special banralns In theiiM-f 110 pieces Eiderdown or striped Jenw-y Kl nels. cents. Iarge lot sinned silk velv Sticents half price. Rich striwd Silk Vel V fisHls. at ti OH. PTnlli silk Velvets, 7Se i fl; all the choice shades. Fine post time k Velvets, black and. colors.1 Silk Plushes, colors. l, l.2o and uptofS."). FlncoO-li steel i'lushes for Wmiw. . -! .! -'- ) Black aud Colored Silkc Rlack and colored Faille Frnncaifes. fix ing shades In Faille Fram-alses anil lthadai All the aliove.it prices that show an lm ix ant saving, i IDress 'Q-ood.o at "i cents. Plalu, all-wool,doub!e--ldlh i . ..fancy weaves. . . " All-wool mixtures. camel's' Iir.Ir. ii lm wide, 3.V; fifty-inch all-wool: mixtures stripes, :i."k ritty Inches wide. Inre offcri of French Press (loods at ol)e eurlvseasi price 7.V and II.- New Ilcllotrorte nnd shades in Dress (roods. New Rroadcloi Kan;ains In Kmrlish, f,(-nt-h and Amcrii Suitings. 50 and 54 inches wide. ) CLOAK AND Fl it DEPAUTMENT-h 0irnieiits and Jackets, Fur-trlmnicd W'n tlents' Seal Caps and Turbans, Oents' and Reaver Ulovos, IjiiUcs' Muffs and R' IjkIIoh' Seal lints, Fur Triinmines, nil win and fine qualities, (ioat and U-nr nrri Robes. All above nt prices that will into yOU.. . - - 1 liousnmis or dor.ens Silk ami Linen ITa kerchlers, Slllt and Cashmere Mufflers, Uc initial Handkerchiefs, heinstitched In I.ii and Piipanest; silks. Ijidies' and chlldn Handkereelefs, choicest goods und 1k prices now shown. .. AUT iwi'tilHUM UKFARTMENT, I Fancy Holiday Goods, now open (liiddailv rivals ndded thereto. A visit of inspect solicited. (ruts' Japanese smoking Jack plain and embroidered, at low prices. 'li Underwoar, Moves and Hosierv.Flsnnels i lilankets, Eid;;r Down Comforts, l'rloes ii Wtl Interest you . . 1 saiirJfiiiVl'lfliui-e iileiliVi'iili li Parknins. ' ) irootls sent to anv address lowest prli b -st vnluue und satlsfactionguaranleed. j BOG&S&BUH) 115, 117, 118 &m Federal Street je2,iy. - -m,,v,j -. ; I Henry C. Lillibridge MerchantTail( Cur. Main and Fntfrth Streets, Vndrt VI. ., , i. . !r;ulor Hotel,., i I " ZANESVILLE, CIIIO oct20,'fly. ' ' v ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. "VTOTICK l hereby given that tlieur li siirnml has l-on tv'lnted nnd nnnl by the Probate Court of Monroe Connty.l us Asslu'iiee or tne rsttit? in Henry jiiui. trust for the benefit, fif tha ;relltors ol Ilenrj- Miller.' I CredUois are rcm-re J tp present th -ir ell according to law. I Dati-d ut Renilwllls,, Ohio, this J Kh d: PiM-einlier, DM). ' DAVID MvVA uecJt.-wi. . . : : Assig . . REpEMJ'TIO NOTICE. r.i F. h'id-tbrran w u-hont It tnnu cose ' Notice Is hereby given that Ira Ha' paid InUi Hw County Troasury a sum ( clent t r.-ilei in lots No. 2 and l In t.'x-li Xil'.e, JacksfHi tow township, sold nt a f quent tax si-Jo by John RueSM-gcer, Tri'a of Monroe Omrty, OliltN January 19, 1. the name of Ira Hall to F. Klndeibergi't It. R. Ml'HLEM A Uuv2I.tfiw Auditor Monroe Ci.