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rough riders
gave their
last parade.
Nearly 30? Mon Were in line! and
the IJarchera Wero Given a
Tine Reception.
WASHINGTON DISTRICT THERE
Two Hundred Strong?Fulton Boys'
Club a Feature?The Farado
Was Delayed.
The fourth and last of the sectional
street demonstrations by the First West
Virginia Hough.Rider regiment, occurred
/rust night over the strets of North
Wheeling Owing to some friction
nmons the clubs, caused by the failure*
of the Washington district boys to turn
out Wednesday night for the South Sldo
parade, th?: i^ver-the-creek companies
,?ld not appear In last night's demonstration,
but It wan a success nevertheless.
Tlit' companies, Washington, Clay and
Clay-Union, rendezvoused on Twentieth
street, South' Side, and owing to thy
Democratic parade's route b,eing down
Market street, the line could not move
until the "Demmles" had got out of the
way. It was after 9 o'clock when Major
George W. Otto, who was in command,
gave the order to move. The following
organizations wore in line:
Major G. W. Otto anil staff.
Molgtcr'n Band.
Washington Rough Riders.
Cupt. R. D. Otto?S'l men.
Washington District Citizens' Republican
Club?80 men.
Fulton Boys' Republican Club?20 boys.
Clay-L'nlon Rough Riders, Capt. Crawford,
.12 men.
Clay Colored* Rough Riders, Captain Branson?50
men.
Total number of men In line?201 men.
As the column came up Market street
the scene Was one to be remembered.
There was this difference: While the
Democratic marchers had made all the
noise?or most of It?that characterized
their demonstration, on the other hand
ihe Republican marchers were cheered
by the multitude, In so hearty a fashion
that It could be seen at a glance that
the great mass of the people on the
streets were Republicans.
Following the marchers was a carriage
containing Congressman Dovener,
Colonel Phil Waters, the "colored
Demosthenes of the Kanawha valley,"
and Congressional Chairman S_ G.
Smith. These gentlemen received an
oration all along the line. Their carriage
was surrounded by the colored
Rough Riders, who made a fine showing.'
The route was through North wheel- !|
Ing on Main street to Jonathan's ravine,
and the North Enders gave the boys In
Khaki a genuine old fashioned West
Virginia welcome.
At the conclusion of the parade, the
speakers were escorted to Turner hall,
where a meeting under the auspices of
the colored Republicans was held, with
.Mr. Alex Turner as chairman. He Introduced
as the llrst speaker, Colonel
Waters, who addressed himself especially
to his fellow colored citizens, and
wade a magnificent argument on the
; issues of the campaign. He was applauded
to the echo at frequent inter-'
vals. He was followed by Congressman
Dovener, whose speech was logical,
eloquent and at times very witty. It
was the banner meeting of the campaign
for the colored Republicans.
f WEST V
BENWOOD.
McMECHEN.
;
IN BENWOOD CHURCHES.
Ministers ^are Interesting Topics
For To-Morrow.
Regular services will be hold in the
churches of J3ffnwood to-morrow. At
the Methodist church the pastor. Rev.
G. W. Bent, will take for his morning
sermon "A Politic Church." Sunday
school at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and
at G:.T0 p. m. the Kpworth League will
meet. The question for discussion will
he, "Are You Doing Your Best," and
Miss Nora Dolbeare will have charge of
the meeting. The Rev. Bent's evening
theme will me, "True Wisdom: What is
It."
At St. Matthew's German church, the
pastor, Rev. Paul Metzthentin. will occupy
the pulpit at the morning services.
Sunday school at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
There will be no evening sendees
as Rev. Metzthentin will occupy the
pulpit of the Martin's Ferry Lutheran
church. '
mere win oe n-guiar nign ?n'> ",vv
masses said at St. John's Catholic
church. Vespers will he sunn In the
owning at the usual hour. The Itev.
Father Wernlnger Is absent at Huntington,
but will return In time fur the
regular services.
A Small Hiot.
While a number of the employ?* '?f
the Riverside plate mill were on thnlr
way to work about f> o'clock yesterday
*nornlng, they were attacked by a crowd
of men near the coke ovens and a small
rl^t ensued. A man named Davis had
his head badly hurt In the melee, necessitating
the placing of a. number of
rtltrh?-a in several wounds In his head
hv Dr. Alley. The attacked party beat
ft retreat and there woa some tall scampering
in all directions. One of the men
sought protection In tho home of a family
on Main street, but later on going
out the back gate, was chased to the
river by the crowd. It Is reported that
several others were hurt, but the rumor
rnuld not be verified and the people of
lien wood are reticent on the point, fearing
tho members of the attacking party
mlifht become known and prosecution
would result.
Benwood Brlcf3.
The feminine portion of the population
:ir*? looking forward In eager nn11'
Ipatlon to the corplng of a necroman"
r to this city. She Is reported lo be a
1'ona-flde seventh daughter of a seventh
r?n, lKirn with two veils on her face.
'1'he new pipe line of the Wheeling
iV!\"ral (,an Company Is nearlng com
' worK n.'ifl ffoii'-n niuriK na
jar tho hilltop above the Haltlmore ?
'nlo brlfljfi? ami a larfje forco <?f men
?rr; CflKTl^Cfl ]r, tf?. wor|t.
A fiance will 1*. Kivni by William
"Jrrrui at JJIue Ribbon brill Tuemlny
,;v;;,"lr)K. Profi-flnor Antono Laltoehe
,, 11 During tho evening the elucr?*ttirnn
will be p-cclveil and announce!.
tit ro,lrtnKpnt from thin place will
(j,,.." ,hp ?*^?n?lon to rittnburgh toiiv.-'r"1".'1
,lo'lorl Whlto- will shortly iler
a lectutt; on hla i^uroncTin tour ut
AFFUGIED
THE EMPEROR j|
Is a Yictim of Jl|
Proteing a pi
Tho Emperor of Germany has a running
oar. Just think of it; a man at
whoso beclc ono of the strongest armios
and navies of tho wholo earth could bo
sot in motion, a man whoso rulo is absolute
over tho country of medical universitie8,a
man whoso slightest caprice could
press into Rorvico tho most noted savants
and philosophers on earth, has a running
ear and is unable to And a enrol
Now contrast tho oxperlonce of tho
following citizens of tho Ugitod States
with tho Empororof Germany. Like tho
Emporor, thoy failed to find a euro. But,
unllko tho Emperor, thoy happoned to
bo plain citlzons of tho United States,
rather than tho conter of tho inner court
of tho most exclusivo and carefully
guarded aristocracy of tho world. In
his position nothing
but tho remedies
a that havo met tho
R C? E approval of tho most
v & fastidious modioal
orthodoxy coa^
over re?ch him. In
^/N tll? PosIt,on of thcao
American cl 117.0 ns,
^^Syl'however, they had
Boott BostlcU, of access to romcdlos
" ?* n7 W?
Ears by Dr. and untriod, apHortman.
proved and d la approved.
They woro at perfect llborty to
try anything they choso to. They chose
to try tho roraedy that had onrod others
llko themselves, and thua they found a
euro.
Running of tho ears, deafness or all
othor affections of tho middle ear, aro
due primarily to chronlo catarrh. Running
of tho oar Is properly called chronic
suppurative catarrh. Po-ru-na will euro
catarrh of the mlddlo car, as woll as
catarrh located elsewhere. This has
been proven over and over again in
innumerable cases besides tho ones Just
mentioned. Doafncpa and running of
tho ears aro but symptoms of chronic
catarrh of tho mlddlo oar. Po-ru-na
cures tho catarrh, whon tho symptoms
disappear, whether It.bo running ears or
, deafness or any other affection of the
| mlddlo ear. Tho remedy is compounded
["according to tho formula originally devlsod
by Dr. Hartman of the Surgical
Hotel, Columbus, 0., tho noted writer
IRGINlA. I
MOUNDSVILLE. '
WELLSBURG.
tin? Methodist church. The proceeds
will go to purchasing a new boll for the;
church.
Frank De Temple, who hns been dangerously
111 of typhoid fever at his home
on Main street ,1s Improving nnd will
recover.
The Rough Rider club hold a meeting
last night and perfected arrangements
for the Slstersvllle trip to-day.
Mlss?* Ma7.1e Taylor and Viola Lindsay
leave for Slsteravlllo to-day, where
they will be the guest of friends.
Tho Rev. Father "SVernlngcr departed
for Huntington yesterday, where he will
remain for a few days.
R. A. Vance hn.s returned from, a
three wonks stay at Uncle Sam's fishing
camp down the river.
Albert Serlg has completed some
handsome Improvements on his Main
Thomas E., the thlrtcen-ycar-old son
of Thomas J. Flanagan, Is seriously III
:it his home.
Michael Dolan has returned from ti
brief stay with relatives at Honey's
Point.
Mrs. Robert Newton la seriously 111 nt
her home on McMechcn street.
Mrs. James Hutchinson Is 111 at her
homo on Water street.
Miss Lizzie Little, of "Water street.
Is III of rheumatism.
To Widen n Streot.
The city of Wellsburg has filed a petition
In the circuit court, asking for
the appointment of commissioners to
assess damages for property of Mrs.
Jane Fugh, on North Charles street, desired
to be token by the city for the
purpose of widening said street.
Wcllsburp Briefs.
The ballot boxes and other election
oiinnllna nrn rnnhv tr\ ho ci>mi ntit ?/\ llw
various voting precincts to-duy. Look
out for a fine ropnrt from old Hrookc
on election night.
There will be a football game this afternoon
at the "Wellsburg ball park between
thrr Lazearvllle club and the
Uellalre Athletic club.
Circuit court will be In session today,
closing the October term. Judge
ilervey will open court at New Cumberland
on Monday.
It Is conceded on nil hands that Hon.
A. H. White's speech here wns Ihe best
of the campaign. We are all proud of
our next governor.
The uniform rank of the Knlglits of
I'ythlas gave n largely nttrndrd mnsquernde
ball In the city hall last night.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. C. Barclay have returns!
from a several weeks' visit with
relatives In Kentucky and Indiana,
Col. W. W. Arnett. of Wheeling, was
here yesterday, on business,
Tim .Tnnng' 7/Tpf.f? n rr.
- """"a
Tin? Republican meeting nt the city
hall, Uenvvond, last evonln/f, was a rousor
and nttractod r?0U enthusiastic citizens.
Tho hall was taxed to lis utrnont
capacity, every avallablo corner of tho
MONARCH.A
OF GERMANY
^fflronic Catarrh,
ft Ruining Ear.
1M OF GKRMATiY.
and lcoturor'on nil catarrhal disoaaea,
Tho second caso, Mr. II. Walter Brady,
Case ado, Ark., is a casa of suppuration
?^ of tho mlddlo car of
14 yoars' standing.
Ho aars:" I h ad running
oar*, and for 14
M ff years I was almost
\ J an invalid. It was
150 ?^onfl^vo that I
/draw}oxcluded myself
from ttl* society. I
P vf*'y*vl rocoived a pamphlot
from Dr. Hartman
Mr.H.Walter Brudy. cnmlod .T,,0 ?l3 o(
Itffo.' Ho wroto me that tho remedy was
simple and that I eonld enro mysolf.
After tising $17 worth of his remodlos I
was entirely cnrcd. Tho world could
not ouy my rortuno. x recommonu roru-na
to oil as tho beat mediolno sold."
Tho third cat? 1b that of Ror. 8. n.
Renfro, Norbarno, Mo., who had running
cara. Ho says :u My
Jiead gathered and
brolco and my ears {A
ran terribly. I tried itL Yy
fleroral remedies
with no relief. At
last I got a bottlo of
Po-ru-na*and it did jg&a
mo so much good
that I kept on using ^ ^
it; am on tho fourth
bottlo, and must Bay it has removed all
my bad symptoms. My head docs not
pal* any more, my ears havo stopped
running and I feol a great doal bottor.
Tho next la tho caao of Mastor Murphy,
of Iatan, Mitchell
a county, Texas, who
had boen troubled
with running ears
ever sinco ho was
nlno months old.
After a thorough
courso of troatmcnt
withPe-ru-nahowas
>/ enttroly cured, and
Mnstor Murphy. is now J?<=tng In
tho fact.that ho is
cntlroly froo from this horriblo dlsoaso.
A froo book troatlng catarrh In all of
Its different phases and stages, written
by Dr. Hartman, will bo sent freo, by
addressing Tho Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing
Co., Columbufl, Ohio.
room being occupied. Preceding the
meeting there was a demonstration of
the clubs of Benwood nml rhov worn
cordially greeted nil along the line.
Prof. C. E. Carrlgan called the meeting
to order and Introduced Judge J. W.
Jones, of Chicago, as the speaker of the
evening. Judge Jones made a forceful
nnd effective address, tearing the Democratic
bugaboos of Imperialism, militarism
and trusts to shreds. He was frequently
Interrupted with applause,
which was at times so prolonged as to
compel the speaker to desist talking until
It subsided. The meeting was a votepotter
nnd will have an appreciable effect
on the returns of Tuesday.
Moundsville Briefs.
Squire Prlnco and- Constable Hammond
went out yesterday to look for
the "dead man" found by some boys on
Tom's run, but the man had departed.
O. C. Mathews, Robert Newton and
William Glesler. receivers to locate the
Hogg's run road, have submitted their
report to tho county court.
The funeral at Mrs. 13. F. Rumble took
. place' yesterday afternoon. Interment
was made"in Mount Rose cemetery.
Kllas ("Doll") Charlton and Miss Dll- I
lie Travis, of Wheeling Island, were
married Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Marlon Protzinan and Mrs. Hutr.og,
of Fayqtto county. Pa., are visiting
relatives h?re.
James H. Connor, of Roberts' Ridge,
was transacting business here yesterday
evening.
Guard J. Mi Gander and wife left yostortln.v
mo miner trw Ihnln
Havens wood.
. Squlro A. J; jMnthews, eft Liberty district,
was here yesterday, on business,
J. D. R-llly and Philip Mnrkey, of
Union district, wore here last evening.
Dr. Rigger. of Littleton, was calling
on friends hero last evening.
The Woman's Relief Corps held an'Interesting
meeting last night.
Hon. H. B. Dovener was here yesterday,
calling on friends.
Father A. Routlow, of Fairmont, was
hero yesterday.
Mrs. M. K. Manby Is In New York on
business.
Brakcman Injured.
While coupling earn In the Ohio River
yards at Moundsvllle yesterday morning,
William Leasure had one of his Icrh
caught between tin? coupling bar and
the ear, crushing It In a terrible manner^
Dr. It. W. Hall was called and
had the unfortunate man taken to the
Reynolds Hospital, at Glendnle. where
he was joined In a short tlmo by Dr. T.
11. Melghen, the Ohio River railroad's
surgeon, of Wheeling. They did all they
could for the young man's comfort and
dressed the limb, the bones of which
were badly splintered, but they wore
unable to decide whether the limb could
be saved. Mr. Loasuro's home Is at
Mansfield, Ohio. He Is twenty-live
yearn of age and unmarried.
New Addition.
Pundy Brothers have had Surveyor
J. II. Conner lay out In building lots
their land lying between Lafuyette and
Tomllnson avenues In Moundsvllle. The
lots will be very desirable for residence
rites, an.they front on a paved street
and aro close to I ho street cars and
railway depots.
Dlod at Steubonvllle.
.Marie a man. flon-ln-luu* of A. I'.uz- f
zanl, or Moundfivlllf?, <1101! at Btcuhcnvlllu
Thurmlny night. He Ihivoh a wife
and non to mourn hln loas. The funeral
will tuko ulaco to-day.
WEST VIRGINIA. THE
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
NATIONAL.
For President,
"WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
Of NebruHka.
For Vice President;
ADLAI EWINO STEVENSON.
Of Illinois.
For Electors of President nml Vice Presl
dent of the United States,
joiix w? pa vis;
Of Clarksburg, Harrison County.'
DAVID II. LEONARD.
Of Parkersburg, Wood County.
JAMES B. BRENNAN. i] .
Of Wheeling, Ohio County.
F. W. BROWN,
Of Charles-Town, Jefferson County.
JOHN A. PRESTON.
Of Lewlsburg, Greenbrier County.
JOHN M. HAMILTON,
Of Grantsvllle, Calhoun County.
CONGRESSIONAL.
For Representative In the Congress of the
United States for the First District,
0f Sutton, Braxton County.
STATE.
For Governor,
JOHN H. IIOLT,
Of Huntington, Cabell County.
" : ;i
For Aurlltnr, , .
JAMES H. MILLER.
Of IBnton, Summers County.
... ;
For Treasurer,
J. GARLAND HURST,
Of Harper's Ferry Jefferson County.
I J: ,\>i
For State Superintendent of Schools,
R. A. ARMSTRONG,
Of Morgantown, Monongalia County.
For Attorney Genernl,
GEORGE M. McCOY,
Of Sl8tcr8Vllle, Tyler County.
?. v
For Judge of Supreme Court of Appeals,
JOHN \\\ ENGLISH.
Of Point Pleasant, Mason County.
WILLIAM O. RHNNETT.
Of Weston, Lcwlg County.
JUDICIAL.
For Juries of First Judicial Circuit,
THAYER MELVIN,
Of Ohio. Cpunty.
SENATORIAL.
JOHN KUNICLE,
Of iirooke County.
OHIO COUNTY TICKET.
For House of Delegates.
vjll/v 1\Jil'*3 JK.
Of Ohio County.
D. M. THORNBDRG,
Of Ohio County.
RORERT SIMPSON.
Of Ohio County.
I. F. JONES,
Of Ohio County.
For Judge Criminal Court,
LKWIS S. JORDAN,
Of Ohio County.
For Sheriff.
\\\ W. IRWIN.
Of Ohio County.
For ProsocutlnK Attorney.
JOHN U. WILSON,
Of Ohio County.
For County Assessor, City District,
J. WILSON WHIT 10,.
Of Ohio.County.
For County Assessor, Country District,
MICHAEL A. MADDEN,
Of Olilo County.
For County Surveyor
C. C. SMITH.
Of Ohio County.
rilE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, I
OHIO COUNTY.
I, Charles H. Honniug, Clerk of
liven under my band at the Corn
WEST VIRGINIA.
PROHIBITION TICKET.
NATIONAL.
For President,
JOHN G. WOOLLEY,
Of Illinois.
For Vice President,
IIENRY 13. METCALF,
Of Rhode Island.
For Electorn of President nnd Vice President
of the United States,
W. C. SHARP.
Of ParkcrsburK. Wood County.
J. W. BEDFORD.
Or Huntington, Cabell County.
M. L. CONNELLY,
0? Clinton, Ohio County.
D. J. GIBSON,
Of Newburg, Preston County.
? C. C. JOHNSON,
Of Charleston, Kanawha County.
M. S. HALL,
Of Harrlsvlllc, IUtchlo County.
CONGRESSIONAL.
For Representative In the Congress of the
United States for the First District,
GOODLOEJACKSON.
Of Jano Lew, Lowis County.
STATE.
For Governor,
T. It. CAItSKADON.
Of Keyser, Mineral County.
For Auditor,
J. n. McGREGOR,
Of IUtchlo County.
For Treasurer,
IV. C. B. MOORE.
Of Kanawha County.
For State Superintendent of Schools,
E. E. MERCER.
Of Marlon County.
For Attornev Gener.il.
C. D. MERRICK.
Of Wood County.
For Judgo of Supremo Court of Appeals,
JUDICIAL.
For Judge of First Judicial Circuit,
SENATORIAL?
OHIO COUNTY TICKET.
For House of Delegates,
For Judge Criminal Court,
For Sheriff,
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For County Assessor, City District.
r . . -;;A, .,
For County ABiscn3or, Country District.
/ . ' ' V
For County Surveyor.
i
act.:
the Circuit Court of Ohio County, c(
rt Houuo of said county, in tlio city o
WEST VIRGINIA.
Social Democratic Ticket.
national.
for President.
7GENE V. DBD3.
Of Indiana.
For Vice President.
JOR HARRIMAN
Of California.
For Electors of President nnd
dent of the United States,
if. A. LEEDS,
Of Marshall County.
J. C. KAUTZ,
Of Mason County.
JOHN UACHMAN,
Of Ohio County.
A. M. IfANES.
Of Marlon County.
^ J. M. HILL,
Of Kanawha County.
P. R. GARRETT,
Of Ritchie County.
CONGRESSIONAL.
For Representative In the Congress of the
United Stutes for tho First District,
STATE.
For Governor,
For Auditor,
For Treasurer,
For State Superintendent of Schools,
For Attorney General,
For Judge of Supreme Court of Appeals,
1 JUDICIAL.
For Judge of First Judicial Circuit,
SENATORIAL?
OHIO COUNTY TICKET
For IIouso of Delegates,
.
j i
For Judge Criminal Court,
For Sheriff,
For Prosecuting Attorney,
l'or County Assessor, City District.
For County Assessor, Country District.
For County Surveyor.
Ttify tlmt tho above nominations for c
f Wheeling, this 23il ilay of October,
WEST VIRGINIA.
PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET.
NATIONAL.
For President,
.WHARTON BARKER,
Of Pennsylvania.
For Vlco President.
1QNATIU8 DONNELLY,
Of Minnesota.
For Electors of President and Vice PresI-,
dent of the United 8tates,
\V. B. Cl'LLlJM, <
Of Moundsvllle, Marshall County,. i
; ' 1 ' ' ' ' |
?* I
J. F. McWILLIAMS,
3 Of Senccr, Roano County.
J. Y. GILLESPIE,
Of Heaters, Braxton County.
s
DR. R. S. DAVIS.
Of Klrby, Hampshire County.
T. K. MASSIE,
Of Tophot, Mercer County.
OLIVER GORRELL,
^Of Algeria, Pleasants County.
CONGRESSIONAL.
For Representative In the Congress of the
Unltod States for tlvo First District,
STATE.
For Governor,
H. T. HOUSTON.
Of Alderson, Monroo County.
For Auditor,
W. C. RALEIGH.
Of Porlcersburg, Wood County.
For Treasurer,
JOHN PRE I NIG,
ur junction, juampsniro uounty.
For Stato Superintendent of Schools.
F. E. ASIJHURN,
Of Parkersburg, "Wood County.
For Attorney General,
For Judge of Supreme Court of Appeals,
JUDICIAL.
ror juugu oi x'irsi juaiciai circuit,
SENATORIAL.
OHIO COUNTY TICKET.
For Houso of Delegates,
For Judge Criminal Court,
For Sheriff,
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For County Assessor, City District.
For County Assessor, Country District, j
For County Surveyor,
j
)fllco3 have been cortifiod to mo and ?
1000.
CnAI
WEST"YIRGINIA.
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
NATIONAL.
For President,
; .WILLIAM McKINLET*. .
ot Ohio.
For Vleo President.
THEODORB HOOSKVI3LT,
Ox$fow York.
-/
For Electors or President and Vice Prcald?nt
of the United filutea,
j>. 43. ;,K'wr<Lni,w,
Of Glondalo; Marshall County*'
v;:
07 Br LEW 18,
Of Handley/, Kanawha County.
'^,5\JsFi
m :
O. W. O. iHARDMANT,
Of Mlddlcbourno, Tyler County.
K. 0. ICEIM,
Of El kiss, Randolph County.
. CFIARLE9 C.REURY,
' Of-Claromont, Fayette County,
??> 'v.vvi
TAYLOR B. McCLTJRE.
Of .Wayne, ^Vayno County
CONGRESSIONAL.
For Ropro^entfttlvo In tho Congress of tbd
Unltod Statoa for tho Flrntclatrlct,
v D. B. DOVENER,
01 JVhoellnff, .Ohio .County,
i . .
STATE.
For Governor,
ALBERT B. WHITE,
0? Parlicra^urs, .Wood .County.,
V
Fpr Auditor, v.. .
ARNOLD C. 8CIIERR, '
01 Koyser, Mineral County#
For Tronnurer,
PETER SILMAN,
'Of Charleston, Kanawha County.
For State Superintendent of Schools,
T.,C. MILLER,
Or Fairmont, Marlon County.
For Attorney General,
R0MJ20 H. FREER.
Of Harrlsvllle, Rltchlo County.
For Judffe of Supreme Court of Appeals,
IIENRY URANNON,
Of Weston, Lowls County.
GEORGE POFFENBARGER,
Of Point Pleasant, Mason County. _
JUDICIAL.
For JuiIko of TirHt Judicial Circuit,
THAYER MELVIN,
Of Ohio County.
SENATORIAL.
S. GEORGE.
Of Brooke County. ,
1 ''
OHIO COUNTY TICKET.
For House of Delegates,
4.1311AM McCOLLOCU, '
Of Ohio County.
HENRY S. STECIv,
Of Ohio County.
S. 0. SMITH.
I or Ohio County.
GEORGE A. LAUGIILIN.
Of Ohio County.
For Judge Criminal Court.
T. J. UUGUS.
Of Ohio County.
For, Sheriff,
D. II. TAYLOU,
Of Ohltf- County.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
FRANK \W NESB1TT,
Of Ohlfl;jCounty.
For County AfT.f's^or. City District,
ADDIS05T. ISRAEL,
01 Ohio County.
For County A stop cor; Country District.
Lester smith,
or Ohio County.
For County Surveyor,
ROBERT HAZLETT,
Of Ohio County.
lied in my office.
UT.ES H. IIENKINO, Clorh.

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