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Tbonday, July 3, 187W.
I.WiHOUQHTOJT. M. II. HOUGHTON,
. Wt udeavUetdrihat Um Republican
District Convention for nomination of
SuiT&3Sl8rrm probably 1m held at
Ashland. August 4th, and our count j
ooavation will bo held Ainit 9th, for
aotnlnatioa of candidate for county
esJBoara and repreaentatiT. Boa. Lu-
aua Harriott mm vadoubua m aoutinat-
ed for ta latter place.
Harper Hontaly for July ta on oar
table, aad if tbara was nothing mora la
It than th lesson to faultfinder told la
the quaint aad oomio vena of "The Owl
Critic," 'twould be well worth, baying.
Hat there kt alo charmlag reading far a
leisure summer hoar with drawing to
pleaa aa artiat rye la suck eketche aa
laoae of "The Laad.O Burn," 'Narra-
ganeett Pier," "A Peninsular Canaan,"
aad "fifty Teata of American Art."
Young llr. Jardta "grow aerloaaly
Interesting, aad The Happy Island" will
be 'y enjoyed1 by all who expert-
Sac wa "borea" woald help to a dealt
f grated. BeooIleeUoBe of Charles Sum
ner," ia one of the moat entertaining ar
ticle ta thia Bomber, which has more at-
traetioaa thaa we hare apace to name,
6cribaera for July haa aa Important
feature la the engravings aad deecrip-
iLm fit rTiiM-tfl Intnrlrma ti Vi0ttaw
.. tioo," prepared at great expent aad In
teresting to others beside agricultural
Itta. '- Another Olastrated paper ia "The
Americaa oa the Btage," aad the Uird of
toe BrazU series ia devoted to "Aa Indi
an Tillage oa the Amazon, V- Just bow
' when Imperialism haa received a new
uhjw ib ih una m u young rnan
. Hapoleaa. the letters of the Americaa
Imiehtl the Bananevta familv will be
read with fresh interest.- The leuer of
the young 'Jerome to hie grandfather
eaa aa the most sensible of aay, iaaa-
- much as he doe not enjoy aad see eo
good to come, from living in Idleaesa
maintaiaing the dignity of kings, oa aa
income very inaofficlent to meet current
expcBse. And " jet Lis mother
mourn over this boy because he has apt
her ambition, - : - '
' We owe Hon James Monroe an apolo
gy for introducing a notice and abstract
- of hia speeches at a late a day. It was
prepared earlkr.but crowded out by mat'
tars of local interest that oould not go
over., r W ; give ' them to our readers
. partly for the presentation made of the
currency question, and that other que
" tioa that by the persistence with which
it has been fought over, has' made this
sa ..sum vi vuajgixaa nscawsrawia; ivc
all Umc.hut more especially that Mr. Mon
roe Constituents may know that though
Mas aggrceeive .and volumwoas thaa
oualy UTrlng to advance the best latcr
4 esta of the cation, Careful and consid
erate to language,-he disarm prejudice
by hia candor aad fairness, he provokes
wo partisan bitterness. whOe his kreic is
' persuasive aad convincing. !
When It ahall come to pat that the
moral qualities are equally in demand
with local abilities, w mav look for leas
and better legislative. -
exchangee reference to the fact that
the time for tnealacUoa of state seae
tora to eppreaeUng, 'and also favorable
mentloaof the name of our townsman, R.
A. Hcer.as eaeof thetwocaadidate to
which thia district is now entitled. ".The
snggestfon haa our warmest approval.
Though never a candidate for political
honor?, Mr. Horr by reason of lategrlty,
business alility aad energy, is well qual
ined to all the position.' The successful
maaagemeat of large moneyed Interests
for over fifteen year ha gives him such
a character for economy and prudence
as goes far toward qualify ing a mas to
take charge of the busies of others.
Be haa always bees unwavering is hi
attachment to the Republican party, and
In every canvass haa doai most efficient
service ia securing the election of that
ticket.,. Should he be a candidate for
somiaatlos, he wOl receive the cordial
support of . Republicans of this part of
the county,,. and , doubt sot - of
the whole county, aad we trust he Is
sufficien tly well knows as aeapable man
and worker, as to be favorably regarded
throughout the district.' It is quite gen
erally expected that Mr.; Been will be
nominated for a second term. ' We hear
him well spoken of and he should by all
seen receive as indorsement from hi
jpastltueats wheat he haa so- faithfully
served. ' ' tV " ' ? .' V L '.' ': .
Is the limited space we have to devote
ta the subject, we hardly know how to
: do justice to the question a that seemed
to the ma j aril y to justify the calling-of
aa extra session of Congress. Stripped
of all It rhetoric aad pretence, it la by
the leaders of the Democratic party
the mat Ives admitted to be only as effort
to so BUBlpulats the election laws aa to
-give them the majority at the next rtea
idcntiel election. It ia hardly claimed,
sad by M mease proved,' that the law
which provides for the appointment of
srnr-IU sad supervisor. ' to prevent
fraud,' such s repeating, ballot-box
. stuffing aad latlmldatlon at the poll,
has ever deprived aay legal voter from
exercising that right. It cannot be de-
' sled by our Democratic friead that such
crime have been perpetrated ia their
own interest, even to the extent of giv-
. ing them a majority where they ' legally
sad none; aa ia New York and Clncla
asti. Borne, it will be remembered,
were convicted aad.pdd the pesalty for
their crimes by terms ia ta peatteaUary.
1 A Democratio committee charged with
sa investatioa of the workings of thk
.law la New York City reported favora
bly epos it, aad even sow sothiag ha
' ever Been proved, swr eaa anything more
be claimed 'eUt R thaa that ltre-
se Desaoexaue vets, , The law
provides that the supervisor hU be
takes from each of the two parties ia
equal number, aad they have no an.
thorlty to deprive any oae who is legally
qualified of the right to vote, nor oould
they without immediate detection as the
members of each party represented in
the board of supervisors would be a watch
upon the aclioas of the other. It was
charged by a Democratic Congressman
la debate that the Republicans would
not be willing to have such a law on the
statute books if the Democracywere la
power. We speak for Ourselves and we
would be entirely willing to have such a
law under the cireumsUnces mentioned.
for even they could not abuse their lib
erty under the law without speedy detee
lion and exposure. "Free" elections.
about which they prate so loudly, do not
mean quite the same as "honest" elec
tions. Give us the last and we shall be
satisfied, but whea free elections" mean
freedom to vote "early aad often," to vote
at many different precincts the same day.
to import voters from other states aad
vote them by squads aad companies, to
allow crowds of roughs and shoulder hit
ters about ballot-boxes aad by bullying.
threatening, assaulting or only blocking
the approach of quiet cltisens so as to
prevent voting, we object. Our election
laws were made to prevent and a.ve pre
vented just such freedom with the bal
lot box as that. .Free elections make
Hew York, Cincinnati aad many other
places Democratic. Honest elections
make them Republican.' slake them
honest first and after that we care not
Congressman Monroe got In a abort
but effeotiverspeech oa the silver bill, it
being ia opposition to a clause providing
for the rejoining of the trade dollars
aad which also allowed a coinage of all
ver dollar la excess of that provided in
the law of last session. He wisely
argued in favor of giving the law we
have as to the amount of silver that shall
be put la circulation each month, a fair
trial aad not by aa excess of production
run the risk of creating a reaction which
hall undo all that the advocate of the
double standard have gained. We are
glad to announce that the measure is not
likely to become a law. The following
i the conc'uding paragraph:
"I do not wish to double or treble the
amount of our silver coinage until we
can see the result of this general discus
sion and of these confcrei.ee which are
going on in Europe. I do hopefully
look forward to the results ot those ate
cuss iocs. . I sm an eaxneat and confirmed
bimetallst. I do aot believe the world
can get alone without the use of both
the metals. Bat I am anxious that this
country in returning to the full and free
nee of silver should do it slowly enough
and wtst-ly enough not to bring embar
rassment and disaater upon ourselves, I
would rather defer it until we learn the
result of the present transition of opla-
ion which is going on tn Juirope. riain
Ir the safest coarse for us at present is to
allow our silver dollar law, as it is called,
to remain upon the statute book precisely
as it is. I have announced that opinion
once or twice before In thia House, and
I Mill hold it. I am as earnest a friend
of the use of silver aa any man here, but
Icanactaelp thinking that the truest
frieadkhlp for the free use of the silver
dollar ie that which proceeds so carefully
that there shall be no danger of some re
action hereafter that ahall overthrow all
that we have thus far done." '
He made an equally good hit oa the
report of the conference committee, of
which he was a member, oa the judicial
bill. In which, as our readers understand,
the majority attempt to deprive the gov
ernment of all control on election days,
ao that there shall be no power to pre.
vent repeating, ballott-box stuffing in
timidation or viJence. We make room
for the following:
"What doee it propose to accomplish t
This section S, taken in connection with
the closing sentence of section 1, simply
repeals for that is what it virtually ac
complishes It simply repeals for one
year all the safeguards thrown around
elrctioas aad the right of suffrage by
title 26 of the Revised. 6tatute. The
difference between tie bill, a made by
thia conference report and the one passed
by the Bouse, ta that Instead of repeal
ing the law ia regard to election for all
time, this report virtually repeals it for
one year. '
The closing portion of section 1 for
bids the paying of any money in the way
of salaries for any of the officers provid
ed for by title 28, aad this sectioa 9,
which haa been is dispute between the
two Hons ee, further forbid the incurring
of aay liability for general and special
deputy marshals, the -very officer pro
vided for by tide 80 to make the provis
ions of that title effective. Therefore
the proposition before as, which I have
already commended a a very frank, open,
aad plain proposition, I simply one to
take from title 28 all the efficiency there
lain it for one year.- That I all; we
know just what it Is. It i a simple
proposition to repeal that title for one
year. Instead of repealing It for all time
to come, as was heretofore proposed.
- And we now understand exactly what
it is w have before us. There ia no
change of principle In the bill. There 1
no change in the object aimed at; there
is no change in the quality of the issue,
although there is a great change in the
scope and extent of the evil which waa
threatened. - But the thing meant, the
whole issue that we fought over, is ttlU
here, and I do not know of any argu
ment that waa used on the Republican
side of the House against the original
proposition which doe not in logical
consistency and in spirit apply to the
proposition which is now before the
Houae. . I mention this simply that we
all may -have a thoroughly intelligent
view of the situation. This ia aimply a
proposition to repeal for one year those
safeguards of the ballot-box which it
was originally proposed by gentlemen
on the other side to repeal permanently.
I A not see how aay Republican can
vote for It."
Splendid Opportunity for a Lady
of this County.
The Queen City Suspender Company
of Cincinnati, are now manufacturing
and Introducing their new stocking sus
penders and supporters for ladies and
children. They give to the movements
of children while at play, and do not
bind or injure any part of the body; our
leading pbysiciana recommend them, and
are loud ia their praise. This manufac
turing establishment is managed by la
dies, who have made the want of ladiea
and children n study, sod they ask us to
refer them to some reliable and energetic
lady, to Introduce thero in this county,
and we certainly think that an earnest
solicitation Is every household would
meet with a ready response, aad that a
determined woman could make s hand-
I some salary during the summer month.
M l 1 111 tl
Tin SH1VUV HIUIV JltbClllgVU tmAJ Wl UiW
county, who is in need of employment,
to drop a postal card to the Company.
Address Mrs. B. C. Smith. Manager, 914
Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. ; COMMUNICATIONS.
'''i n Job 80,' 1879.
Married, by Esq Mills, at hia eJuce on
VieSSih, Inst , Mr. Clarence 8. Sheldon
to atlas S.ena Flenry, all of ioraio
The frestdent or the Mutual inaurance
Association is Mr. R. 8. Sheffield; Sec
retary, R. Mill. The types last week
nude it A. 8. Sheffield and B. Mills.
June 80. 1879.
Rev. GeoreeeDoer delivered his de
servedly popular lecture "America and
the Americana," to a delighted audience
at the M. K. Church, last Monday even
ing. Many of those who purchased
ticket for the course expressed them-
selves as being entirely remunerated by
the Drat lecture. It certainly was grand
and we with everybody might hear it.
Mr. Pepper's second lecture, subject
- - T ...
"Wit and Humor of the Pulpit and Pew,"
delivered Wednesday evening, was said
to be very humorous and well received.
Charles Bendal ha gone to Kansas to
Dlaeaae haa made sad Inroads into the
ranks of our old oeoole of late. Mrs. L.
Barton has been in declining health for
several months past. Mr. Bishop Rich'
mend is seriously ill with heart disease,
and the case of Mrs. Dr. Blanchard, who
was stricken with pneumonia a few days
since, is considered hopeless.
Rev. O. V. Rice exchanged pulpits
with Rev. Mr. Williams of Brighton, last
Rev- Mr. Smith of Huntington circuit.
preached at the M E. Church Sabbath
Prof, and Mrs. Herrimaa of Richfield,
are visiting in town.
The Best is the Cheapest.
The announcement that a new edition
of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary has
been published, containing many new
and valuable features, suggests the
thought that buying a dictionary is a
good deal like buying an egg or a watcn
a bad one is aot cheap at any price
Webster being the standard Authority
for the English language, he naturally
has many imitators but imitators are
usually held at their true worta by the
public; who wants a wooden nutnvg,
though it may look ever so much like
the genuine article? The popularity of
Webster is bared upon this principle.
If you want a handy thing to carry
with vou. a companion that you can al
ways rely upon, and oue that will never
tire you, a really vaae mecum, we rec
ominend that vou get a copy the pockei
edition of Webster, with It 18,000
words and meanings, rules for spelling.
tables of weicht and measures, abbrevi
ations, words, phrases and proverbs from
the ancient and modern languages.
- It is pi iated from new type, and bound
in morocw, with tucks and bright gilt
edges, and when not otherwise obtain
ble, will be cent by mail, on receipt of
one dollar, by the publishers, Ivlson,
Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 133 and 140
Qrand Street, Hew York.
Important Transfer of Hymn Book
Messrs. Scribner fc Co., baring under
the basin ess management of Mr. Roswell
Smith, brought the publishing of mag
sines from doubtful experiment to an un
paralleled success, have now entered a
new field with characteristic energy in
the publication of hj inn and tune books
Their recent issues of "Spiritual Songs"
by Dr. Chas. 8. Robinson, and "Calvary
Selection of Spiritual Songs" (for Baptist
Churches) by Dr. Robinson snd Rsv.
Robert 8. MscArthur, in beautiful style,
at very moderate prices, met with uni
versal commndtion from the critics.
And now comes the announcement tbat
the plates and copy light of "Songs for
the Sanctuary," and all Dr. - Robinson's
other wotka, have been purchased by
thia house from A. 8. Barnea & Co.
By this transfer, the works of the most
successful compiler of hymn and tune
books are consolidated ia the hands of a
firm which has ample facilities for bring
ing them out in the very best form at the
.owest possible prices.
Dr. Robiason's earlier works,, espec
ially the popular "Songs for the Sanc
tuary," ia it various editions, are used
la more churches than all other similar
collections put together, and yet It is said
that the entire Income received by Dr.
Koblnson from hi hymn book for the
past sixteen jeara ha been given back
to the churches in various ways for the
cause of Christianity.
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Tooth Brashes, Powder and Mouth
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each of our patients just such as their
This Is the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and tbey begin to ache.
We make Gold, Stiver, Continuous
Gain and Celluloid Plate (beside oth
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base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
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aslnava il ...ore lilt. til tills hOStDftaV. It OUCU atOtlV
I OK totryt m twine. NoUilmc like It fr nottry
luakl iff vrer offered before. BuMnM pit land
t' let If hfafjorabit'. tuma r. ittwi want w now an
alwuil thai laaat naln " -' D)for L'l fMlMlC- aaal
tie worn- aMrrP an we w!U -td jroa fall pr. trolara
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We are now receiving a
complete stock of.
in all departments, which wil
be sold at bottom prices.
"We call Special attention to
l.OO, 1.25.and 1.40.
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
The largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard Wide Floor Oil
Cloth 22 centa.
Bate Crochet Quilts $1.00.
Peerless Carpet Warp 16 cts.
Madras attd Pongee Qlugbam
12 12 cents.
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Checked Plqne.at
A Very Large Stock of .
t From Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.
Tlie Sest ZSixowzi to. tlie trade.
. . .Price
Utica N. Y. Mills or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, $25.00
If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom
eastern cities. We furnish a nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee
perfect lit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
Clothing House. .
J. W. WilTDur's
Clieese Vats, '
Cird Drainers, -Milk
Iron Clad Milk Paitt,
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
ICverytlllrLg that pertains
to the manufacture. of cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest , prices. Opposite the
American House, Wellington.
D.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial atteutioa givea to the
Preservation, of "Uae
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted upon all tha virions bases
known to tha profession.
STALL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IN BANK BCILDING.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland. and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
Uood teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P. C. THOMAS.
AKrm. aA Ar'' SeaTnt Cent, la one emit
2 a II Iliaipa f..r a a Mirer Plated Tblm
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baaa. Onlr tboae wbo mean huatneM aeed apply.
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Obcrlln, - Ohio,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
This la to certify that we, the under
signed, hve employed Mr. F. Chur
chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for ua ha given entire satis
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