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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1808
Of the United States.
GARRETT A. HOBART,
Ot New Jersey.
Republican istato Ticket.
J"or Secretary of State,
CHARLES KINNEY, Of Scioto CO.
or Judge of the Supreme Court,
MAiQIIAI-I.. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co.
ror Food and Dairy Commissioner,
JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Bolmont Co.
ror Member Hoard of Public Works,
FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co.
""fflil LS&tBV. of Washington Co.
For Common Pleas Judge,
JOSEPH M. WOOD, ot Athens Co.
Congress, 15th District,
H. n. VAN V00RHI3. ot Muskingum Co.
Vrtr Probate Judce.
D. R. ROOD, of Belpre.
JOHN S. MCCALLISTER, Fourth Ward.
W. A. PATTERSON, of Waterford.
JOHN W. ATHEY, Marietta Towns p.
' JOHN RANDOLPH, Wesley Township.
For Infirmary Director, ..
WM. SCUNAUFFER, NewDort Township.
The Republican Party stands :
; for honest money and the chance
I to earn it by honest toll.
Comes Out In u Firm Stand Airnltast
Arch-Ilishop Ireland in a letter to
several friends and constituents has
given out his convictions on the politi
cal issues of the present campaign in
terras of unmistakable earnestness and
The letter is as concise a review of
the situation as we have seen, and it
must haye a very disheartening effect
on tho Populists and their allies from
the Democratic party.
We reproduce a short clipping from
tho able expression of the exalted man :
I am absolutely convincod that tho
laboring classes will suffer the most of
all from free silver coinage. And yet
the laboring classes are those that are
the most urgently appealed to in this
free silver movement. A man who
talks against free silver is put down at
once as an enemy of tho "common peo
ple." Well, for my part, I am willing
to be called an enemy of the working
classes, of "the common people," if I
am in reality advising them for their
good and serving their true interests.
Those above all others in the land who
should today be on their guard against
the silver movement are the laborers
The only men benefitted and they
arc few today and it is scarcely worth
while to bring around a revolution in
the country to benefit them aro tho
debtors who have today gold on hand
and who, by free silver coinage will
haye their store doubled in nominal
value and will be enabled to reduce
their debts by one-half.
It is the great fallacy of tho day to be
attributing our hard times to the gold
standard. The craze for free silver as
a cure for hard timeB is explicable on
the same theory that a man who has
been a long time sick despite the attent
ive care of expert physicians, will call
for any quack who advertises to cure
all the ills of humanity. Hard times
have come through the severe and re
sistless working of economic laws
which go their way in spite of legal en
actments of parliaments or congress.
Our hard times have come from the
general competition with the countries
of the whole globe into which we aro
forced by cheapness and facility of
transportation from overproduction
in past years from extravagance dur
ing good times and from our own social
and political agitations. One of the
chief causes of hard times today is this
agitation for a radical change in tho
currency of the county. If the Ameri
can people put down by an overwhelm
ing majority this agitation bury it,
out of sight one of tho chief causes of
hard times will bo out of the way.
Other causes may remain more or less.
That of general competition 'with all
tho nations of the earth must remain.
Good times, however, may be expected
to come back surely, if only gradually.
The over-production that glutted our
markets has been used up. Capitalists
nre anxious'to do something with their
money if it can bo invested safely.
Our wondrous natural resources invito
investments to develop them, and; con
ilde ica is restored, the outlook Is
tho i r
ltlal tlilni' i cjnh Icrce.
. nfi li-iic tb t is nc" .cd
i ai 'n i o in tl -. rfniru- of
ncy. i'i. vuli" f tho cui-
'urgfl cuo i'-i'i. Toim-icn-o ,t
fictitious" etrt 'inly will ro' -help t .
Ninety per cout of all business is dwie
without currency by checks .fld
drafts of'whlcfi the foundation is con
fidence. Those who suffer from hard
times and thoro are many must
hearken to reason, silence passion,
turn away from delusive remedies and
tholr country will be again put bn tho
road to prosperity.
Loland ot tho Court House.
Hon. C. A. Lcland, of Noblo county,
addressed a flno audience at tho Court
llouso Monday evening and was en
thusiastically roceiyed. Ills address
was such a one as Loland is always
capable of, cloar, logical, eloquent and
witty In the extreme.
The trip of tho McKlnley Club to
Canton was discussed and tho Commit
tee on Arrangements made tho follow
ing report : jf
To the Officers and Members of the Mc
Klnley and Hobart Club", Marietta,
Your Committee have visited Canton
and made all arrangements for our trip
on October 22d, 18U0. Special trains
will leave Marietta at 0:45 a. in., run
ning through to Zanesvillo with only
one stop, that will be to transfer pas
sengers from tho regular train who
have been picked up In Washington
county. We will then pass the regular
train and run to Zanesvillo where our
train will bo transferred to tho C. C. &
S. and run through to Canton without
stop. Arriving there nt 12 o'clock noon,
where wo will bo mot by escort and
march direct to McKlnley's residence,
a short address will bo made by the
President of tho Club and Captain of
the Bovs Bricrade. and bo welcomed
with a short speech and a hand shake
bv our next President, the Hon. Wm.
McKinlov. returning by special train,
leaving Canton at 5:30 sharp, so as to
get back to Marietta by 10:30 p. m.
Your Committee would iccommend the
clubs to go in full uniforms and also
that thero bo a committee to secure
ribbon badges to be worn on the left
breast. Very neat badges can be had
at $7.00 per hundred, samples of which
will be submitted as soon as received.
Your Committee is sure that all who
go will enjoy the trip, and would urge
all to turn out and lot them see that
old Washington county is awake to
Thos. H. Suoden,
D. W. Pickering,
It. G. Putnam,
Judge W. H. Leeper.
Every member of the club and every
loyal Republican and sound money man
should begin to make arrangements
immediately to drop all manner of
business on the day of the trip to Mc
Klnley's home and take in tho excur
sion. The rate of fare is very low, one
dollar for the round trip, and a special
train will take the Washington county
party through without delay.
Tuesday evening, Oct. 18, Dunham
Town House, C. A. Leland. ,
Tuesday evening, 13th, Cutler, F. J.
Clemenger and .7. W. Crooks.
Tuesday evening, 13th, G. M. Ballard,
Wednesday evening, 14th, Brown's
Mills, C. A. Lcland.
Wednesday evening, ,14th, King's
School House, G. M. Ballard.
Wednesday evening, 14th, at Wood
In's School House, B. E. Guytou.
Thursday evening, 15th, Cow Run,
C. A. Leland and W. H. Leeper.
Friday evening, 10th, Deming's
School House, C. A. Leland.
Saturday, Oct 17th. Remember the
Little Hocking Barbecue.
The Money Supply.
In 1872, jnst before "tho crime,"
amount of money in circulation in
United States was 7i,a00,516.
In 1800 the amount of money in
culation in tho United States is $1,521,
681,2x3. Siuce silver was "struck down" the
amount of money in circulation in tho
United States has moro than doubled.
In lc72, just beforo "tho crime," the
per capita circulation in tho United
States was 18.70.
In lfciiXi the per capita circulation in
tho United States is 8'-t.35.
If the por capita argument is of any
valuo to the silver cause, how do they
account for tho fact that tho highest
per capita circulation ever reached in
iho United States was during the re
cent panic, when the per cupica circu
lation rose to nearly 823 j Louisville
IIainrIowu' Good Ilnatona.
To tbe Editor of tha New Yorfc 8 an:
Slit I shall voto for Bryan and
Sewall, or Bryan and Watson, and
don't you forget it I Why?
Because Mrs. Hamordown got a di
vorco from mo somo two years ago. The
court compelled me to pay her 8100 a
month as long as she lived. This is
51,200 a yeitr. If Bryan is olected and
wo have free silver this is is only 53 a
month, or $'J!i(l a year. You seo I have
good reasons for voting for Bryan.
Mrs. Hamcrdown camo from a long
lived family. Ho mother died at 87.
Thero aro others liko mo
Hoboken, Sopt. 0.
J'lr.t I'rnlti of Victory.
As a consequenco of tho overwhelm
ing majority in favor of sound mouey
in Muino several manufacturers haye
boon encouraged by the favorable out
look and havo opened up tholr factories.
In I'onusylvaniit ulonr fix mills, em
ploying 15,000 men, liuvc begun sictlvo
oporatious, and cithers aro only await
ing tho November result to do likewise.
When General Harrison Bald, "Tho
prospect of Republican success never
did disturb business," ho pointedly ex
pressed the ftimplo truth. Now York
Cure I'nr Ilonduclir.
As a rumedy for nil forms of Head'
JJittors has proved to be
the very best
core und the
Jti-tets :i pennir-ont
.lo-a dii .nidii h" ' itiui
hick l'i u '.ic-'-l . u
V'u nrgo ail
n bottle, iiti'i
Irnl. In c i w i '
L.ecrric Hi'.h . i
nredc I t.nic to t ,
cas lon re ist U
u In '(i it , mllu' nci,
. uli'-ii d tojirotur.'
i,t l.'Ull .l u f.' c
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' by giving tl'ni
kowpK, Pi-d ion
uo of t'ulb mudi-'
cir-i;. xry ;c on-
I- if ty cents and
1.00 at V. II. btycr's Druff Store.
FtXR TjlJB EAE 1896.
In the Several Townships, Towns, &c.,
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO.
In conformity with tho law, I G. J. Lund. Treasuror of Washington County,
Ohio, do hereby notify the tax-pavers of said County, that tho rates of taxes or
tho year 1800 nre correctly set forth In tho following table, showing the amount
levied on each dollar valuation in mills of tho several Townships and Corpor
ations of said County?
NAMES OF TOWNSHIPS.
Lowell School District .
Maclisburg School District
Macltsburg Corporation . . :
Darlow Township, j
llarlow 1st Sep. School District
Barlow !d Sep. School District
Belpre 1st Sep. bchool District
Decatur Township ,
r airneia Mownsnip
Fearing Township ..
Fearing 1st Sep. School District. . . .
Grand view Township. .
Grandvlew 1st Sep. School District
Matamoras School District
Independence 5th Sep. School Dlst..
Marietta City School District
Marietta City (East of River)
Marietta City ( West of River)
Newport 1st Sep. school District. . ..
Newport 2d Sep. School District....
Salem 1st Sep. School District ....
Warren Ton nshlp
Warren 1st Sep. bchool District
Beverly School District
Beverly Corporation. .
Watertown 1st Sep. school District.
In the City of Marietta, due December 20th, 1896, and June
20th, I 897, and not included in the above rates.
Paving Second Street, center of Butler to Ohio
" Greene Street, from Second to Fourth.
" Second Street, from Putnam to Butler.
' Putnam Street, from Second to Seventh.
" Front Street, from Piitnam to Montgomery.
" Gilman Street, from Putnam Avenue to Knox Street.
Sewer in Second District.
The entire delinquencies, together with all road tax, and one-half of all other
taxes charged on the duplicate of 189G. aro required to be paid on or before the
20th day of December, and the remainder on or before the 20th of June nest.
Special attention is called to Section 1094, Laws of Ohio, which reads as follows:
"When one-half the tases as aforesaid, charged against any entry on a tax dup
licate in the hands of a County Treasurer, is not paid on or before the 20th day
bf December next after the same has been so charged, or when tho remainder of
such taxes is not paid on or before the 20 th day of June next thereafter, the County
Treasurer shall proceed to collect the same by distress or otherwise, together
with a penalty of Fivk Pun Centum on the amount of taxes so delinquent; and in
all cases where such half of any taxes other than real estate has not been paid
on the 20th day of December, tho whole amount of taxes, other than real estate,
for the current year, so charged, shall be due and delinquent, and shall be col
lected in the manner and with the penalty provided in this section.'
All persons having failed to pay their taxes last June should see that they are
paid before the 20th day of December so that they may not be advertised as de
linquent and offered for sale on the Third Tuesday of January next, and there
by save expense.
When you ask by letter or postal card for. the amount of your taxes, desig
nate your property clearly. State in whoso name it appears on the duplicate,
Township, Section and number of acres; if in town, name and number of lot,
and in whose addition. Send stamp fok hkply.
Send money by certificate of deposit, post-office money order or registered letter.
The Treasurer's office will be open daily, (Sundays and holidays excepted) dur
ing business hours from date until the 20th day of December next, and from the
1st day of April, 1897 to the 20th day of June, 1897, to receive said taxes. Every
effort will be made to accommodate parties paying taxes. Those who call early
and oay their taxes will save themselves, as well as the Treasurer, a great deal
of time and prevent the disagreeable rush at the close of tho season.
Certificates for Labor performed on roads received at the collection of Decem
ber Taxes ONLY.
G. J. LUND, Treasurer.
Marietta, Ohio, October 2d, 1S90.
Unl. Uody I Sura of It.
Col. Cod? ("Buffalo Bill"), tho
famous scout and showman, who was
formerly a strong free 6ilvcr man.vprites
as follows to his friend, Mr. Foote, of
tho Hoff mail honso, New York :
McKinley will sweep tho northwest
ern states, and I say this as a porson in
a position to know what I am talking
about. I havo been traveling through
tho northwest with my show and am
daily meeting and talking with hun
dreds of peoplo of all classes. I am
meeting many Democrats who will voto
against Bryan, while I encounter com
paratively few Republicans who will
not vote for MoKinlov.
Por I'in Worms, Eczema, Hives, in
fact, any of the various torturing,
itchy diseases of the sltin, Doan's Oint
ment is an instant and positive remedy.
Get it from your dealer.
SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES.
ACTS AS A SPHO'FJC
i Bj ArBU?ii.g to Kealliiy Action all h v 0'? m. ',
It cauMii lu-aHlt to b'.oo- ,
r joytoiv)ii t lli i;,'hhi' 1'
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Sola bydrugsinsat l.00 ier bottle.
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rpnB Citizens National Hank or Marietta.
X. AT Maiiietta, la tho Slate of Ohio, at the
viuse ui uuaiucs3, uciuuor (JIU, lO'JO,
Loans and discounts , 217,870 01
Overdraws, seemed and unsecured.. 1.108 oa
TJ. S. Bonds to (.ecure circulation. . . . 85,000 00
Piemlums on U.S. BoudH 2,(KX) 12
Stocks, securities, etc 13,000 00
Duui.jutj-uuuse, iurimure unu nx
Due fiom National Banks (not Re
Due (rom falruu IS.iul.s and baate's.
Due from approved reserve agents .
Checks and oiber ciihh Items . .,
Notes or other National Banks
Fractional paper curicncy, nickels,
andceuts . ., .
IiAwrui. Money Heseuve in bank.vIz:
Specie 20,741 00
Lesal-tender notes 11,171(0 SJ.S16 00
lteuemntlon fund with U.S. Tiuas
urer (5 per cent, of circulation) ... 1,675 CO
Capital stock paid In
Undivided piollts, lew ospentes and
SDIUU 10.823 2!)
National Bank notes outstanding .,, 31.500 00
Duo to other National Banks 2.031 n
Due to State Banks and baukers 5,8:0 l i
Individual deposits Milijpct to check. 201,77.1 27
Demand certlllcalcs ofdepos.lt 11.U32 63
State or Omo, Coontv or Washington, ss:
I, E. IJ. Booi ii. Cashier of tho above-named
lunk, do solemnly swear that tho nuovo state
iiwni U tru" to tlm best of my Jmowledae und
! M, Booth, Cashier.
Fnb-.ci.hr l ami '.uornto before me this jjtli
d;y ir f ;h' it'J..
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nl.u i ii 'lc lu tii-i' for Vt .u- 'tn,j.onr.o,0.
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s'U T, & O. Q. Kxt. If U. October jihu nud
Uth. Ho-uuionof'Turchln's Brigade. TlcltoU
jood returning until October 15tn, IKK).
2sli far JPftiodisal Ticeh
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YES, THAT IS 'SO I
Our stock IS the LARGEST aind our prices
the LOWEST in the city.
Evidence of this fa,ct is the many people who
buy from us every day after looking where
they sell goods at "2-3'and 1-2 what they
OURS are worth what we sell them for.
(Finder of overcoat lost between Waterford
and Half-way Run will receiv.etrewad .fey Jeav
ingjt With us) ... - --
S. R. Van Metre & Oo.t .
Wholesale . Cash Clothiers Retail
A representative of one of the leading
Cloak Manufactories will be' at our
store Monday, Oct. 1 2th, with a com
plete line of samples of the latest styles
in Ladies' Wraps. We would be
pleased to have you call arid see them.
JENVEY & ALLEN,
1 68 Front Street. - - Marietta, Ohio
Colonial Book Store!
1 53 Colonial Block, Front St.
J. E. VANDERVOORT. C. E. GL1NES.
Prepare for the Fruit Season I
Now is the time you will be wanting Fruit Jars, and we havo them
in abundan ce, at nost reasonable prices. Call in early, so that when
you are in tho midst of putting up fruit your jars will be at hand.
MRS. CHAS. W. HOLZ, 286!Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
Handsome as it is in appearance, simple in its methods, and conven
ient to operate and carry, must, after all, be judged by its EESULTS.
The fact that it does a wider range of work, and does it better
MMJI Hill lira iaCJJiiH R&sffe
O. N. rEDDINGHAUS,
JsVy -tVy . . .SK. iM&AK- -SK. ! & -JK. '. - 4K. vl. .JK. JM. .! K. -MA. .VA. I. .&. -4W. .M& vM.
Wosfenholm Pocket j
I KnivBS Given - Away, f
If you buy of us al our store, FOR GASH on ton of Fer
tilizer, we give you, freo,yur choice of any one-dollar
knife wo have in stock. t .
If you purchase half a ton, wo give you'ehoico of any
With a purchaso of three
any quarter-dollar knife.
This applicB to any brand of
Sleveland Dryer Go's Soods,
t ' Square Bout',
Superior ISone, ItuuKoyo lhofipuato,
IJ. & P. BIlxUuo. ' XXX Plut.splmtc,
lilo Sccil Maker. '
Alt Old Reliable,
No" 170 Front
'' ''J'-&' -J"- fc-?!'4.'f !:i!&!f.s:iI'-
We are still furnishing complete lines, includ
ing the copy and drawing books.
Quite a demand for it. We have demonstated
that we have tlie right qualities and prices.
One pound paper and envelopes for 25 cents.
The Elickensderfer is a first-class machine, do
ing best work, only $35.00; and the Odell, a
little prodigy, for which we have EXCLUSIVE
sale, is specially adapted to the wants of teach
ers and clerymen, will manifold, price $20.00.
than any other, is what has placed
the PREMO high in the estimation
of every practical photographer who
knows a good thing when he sees it.
Rochester Optical Co.,
43 South St., Rochester, N. Y.
Selling Agent, Marietta, O.
sacks, we givo you choice of !$!
ABDWARE COMPANY, 1
Btrcet, Marietta, Ohio.
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