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BT. OLAUtSVIULB, ' OHIO
TilDJg8PAY8EPT 80 18TK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FORaECBETAKY OF 3TATE, "MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey. . -'. POB 8UPREMK JUDGE, WILLIAM WHITE, of (stark. ' ' "tOB. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, GEORGE PAUL, of So aim it. District Ticket. JONATHAN T. UPDEGRAFF. County Republican Ticket. For Probate Judge, JAMES F. TALLMAN. For Sheriff. -SAMUEL HILLES. For Commissioner, THOMAS A. WELSH. For Infirmary Director. JOSEPH COWQILL. ForSurrejor, ; CHALKLEY DAWSON. .: ft. For Coroner, t." THOMAS GARRETT. to TTpnwnB.A'PF with his best ener gies defended the "Greenbacks" while D. T. lawson preiereu urwuunLo. '' ro TTinimiiAirF was a friend of creenbacki when D. T. Lawson and his friends were stabbing at the heart of the nation. ' - TTpdeorafp. never swerved In rjonent. D. T. Lawuon never bada pnltlon for his country In all her trial or war. Thb Democracy are rejoicing that i tthinia nf their- followers in Maine have left, snd that their large nnd respectable minority has been re- dncra to a mue iuoiuui"" Without confidence in the money that circulates there can be no stability i- k..oinxo orithnnt atahilitv there can be no prosperity, and without pros perity there be no profitable employ mentoiine bismct. .When the Republican party came i-fn nnmnr in 1RA1. It fnnnd the Gov ernment paying; interest on its indebt edness at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; it la now selling bonds easily and rapidly Dearing an intercut ui uuiv 4 per cent. The Democrats are glad Kearney voted ft Hayes. Gazette. , Bat on fail to tell as how glad you are that the great apostle of Demo cracyThree fingered Jack O'Conner, voted for Tilden. ... ,. Tnan . Tnnupwv In nattlnir in pomeeood work . or the Democratic ticket this ve&T. Bellaire Leader. , John has been at that for years past, and the man who "puts In" more than John, will simply be a demi john. There aie over 2,000 national banks in the United States, since the aate oi their, organization sixty banks not 600. as the Democratic press has It- have rone into liquidation; but not single individual holding their notes has ever lost a dollar by the failure or suspension of a national bank. The Democratic press may assail Dr. Updegraff to their hearts' content, but his record as a friend of the greenback and the greenback's country,' stands out In honorable contrast to that of his assailants, who shone ss conspicuously in the hour of our country's trial as the friends of graybacks and the country's destroyers. The Democracy never had a better prospect than at present of sweeping the country this ml.Uazelte. Well yes, and while you have the broom in band don't fall to carefully sween out the offices of the 19 default in? Democratic County Treasurers, in Ohio yon might sweep" np a little odd change, to help the deficiency. The only proper place for working- men is within the Democratic pany. Gazette. In consideration, we suppose, of old Fernandy Wood's effort to force free trade apon the industries of the coun try, and. the steadfast refusal of the Democratic party to pas the Home stead law, for the benefit of working men. A pretty place for worklngmen to go, indeed. The Bellaire Leader is now attempt Ing to beslaver the Nationals with its puerile praise after pouring out the tiny vials of its wrath on them for not again sneezing when the nnterrlfied tak"a sor.ff. Webster once said of an opponent, "when be traduces me I can smile complacently, bat when he es says to praise me, Lord have mercy on iny reputation." The average profit on bank circula tion Is 2.62 per cent.; and when the four per cent, bonds are substituted for the sixes it will " be less than two per cent The reason why the banks are bo quiet and indifferent in the midst of the out cry against tnem is that they ao not care mucn wnetner iney retain their circulation or not. It is not worth making a fight for. Whex the question came, Shall we Lave a country? and shall we have greenbacks with which to pay the "boys in blue" for defending the life of the nation? Dr. Updegraff was found on the side of the "old flag," with his nest energies, upholding its bcnor, and the justness and Integrity of a national currency, while D. T. Lawson was con spiring with traitors, dishonoring his nag, discrediting bis nation, abusing its currency, and seeking the utter overthrow of ail. Daniel, you won't do. When such papers as the Bellaire Leader undertake to assail Dr. Upde erafr as an enemv nf a annnrt mmnn and oi the greenback they simply dis play a lamentable ignorance, only pitl ble. Dr. Updegraff was an able, fear- jess, and unfaltering advocate of the nation's credit and the national mon ey, and a courageous defender of the nation's honor, when his opponent was plotting treason with Vallandlgbam nanailing the public credit with Pendl6 ton and Thurman, and with them try ing to anve from xne eartn trie green back currency - as 'vagabonds' and rags', and sending greeting to the graybacka' Sooth. Dr. Updegraff ever stood ior the old nag, lor his country, for her honor and her money, when these worthies did the(r beet to destroy all forever. . D. T. La who when were you in the dark hoars of the nations trial? Were you like Dr. Updegraff apholdlnglbe nag, defending your country's honor and her credit and trying to appreciate ber good name and her currency T Ixo Sir. Your pabulum was treason to your country's flag, dishonor to your country's name ana discredit to your eoantry '8 currency. The people of this district don't waift any such Daniel as yon to come to judgment on the public (alia just yet. Senator Thubman voted for the law to authorize the appointment of United Htates supervisors of fcJecuons, but when the Democrats of Cincinnati had agreed to cooperate, with the Re publicans in appointing these Super visors or .ejections, ur. lnur man sent his driver. John G. Thomp son, to forbid them, and they ran from tbetr agreement like sheep. At bis command tbey made themselves pro lectors of the criminals who have de filed our elections. Cin. Gazette. Organize. During the few remaining days on to the election the Republicans in every township and ward in the coun ty, should devote them selves to or ganization. Ascertain who are the qualified voters and what their senti ments. II any are doubtiul or waver ing, do what you can to convince them of tte lQstic of the itepublicaa came. The out loo k is good. Vfgamzauon ana persistent work will reward yoowith victory. The (Jin. Enauire is beginiog to urge Thurman for the Presidency. Well wboMatbunkiti Gazette, v.. . Why anybody familiar with its weathercock character. Did'nt say, Sam Tilden was born In sin and brought forth In Democratic inquity . in the slaves of New York? And then when the $50,000 came, did'nt it swallow "oid Sam" body and breeches "Who'd a thunk it; any body and every body .hph Holland thrown in. D. T. Lawson when and where did you become such a champion of Na tions! Money? We answer. When the Republican party, aided by Updegraff, in spite of you and your party main tained aloft the banner of honest money, the nations best pledge in the hour oi the nations greatest need, aud brought it up to the full value of gold and s'l ver in the lace the opposm ve of such fei lows as you, Thurman, Pendleton A The Gazette 9ys: We have saw it state 1 that Henry Blandy had gone over to the Nationals. Mr. Blandy is on the stump, oc well, are we to understand this as an old saw,' or, that the saw'-msn, Blandy, with hfi little 'saw,' was bent on saw-ing down the stump, or that what you 'saw' was simply a stump- tailed 'saw,' gotten off as a kind off see 'saw' joke on the hero of saw'-dust. with 'saw'-vity? Please 'saw'-lve the saV-lemn saw.' ' ; The Republican party has, to-day, a cause as sacred as any ever entrusted to it. It stands alone for the maintenance of honest money, for the upholding of national honor and credit, for the pro tection of all our people in their prop erty rights, and for the preservation of social order. The rights of labor are those most dangerously, assailed. The right of the laboring man to get for his day's work dollars that will buy a dot lar's worth of food; and the right to keep bis money after he has earned it, instead oi having it stolen from him by a form of law those ere among the sacred rights for which the Republican party now gives Daiue. . The true policy is to strengthen the Democratic party, which has steadily opposed the bad laws which are now crippling all enterprise,and taking employment from thousands who are reduced to want and destitution. Gazette. . . This in the face of the fact known to every intelligent working man in Bel mont county, that the last Democratic Congress was organized in the interest of free trade, and that during the en tire session, Fernando Wood, the chief arx3tle of Democracy in the House, spent all his power to force upon the country his free trade policy, which awakened thunders of indignation on every hand. Talk of workingmen seeking refuge in such a party, under sucn leaders, wiin such a policy. Only increased distress awaits them if they neip sucn a party to power. There is nothing that disturbs th equanimity ol the Republican leaders so much as the peace, good order, qui etness and increased property In the Southern States since the establishment of Democratic rule. GazetU." If the "pestilence that walketh in darkness and the destruction that wasteth at noonday," in the South, since "the establishment of Democratic rule" down there, is to be taken as an evidence of the "peace and prosperity" attending "Democratic rule," God save use from any further Bcourge of "the establishment "of Democratic rule." Yellow fever and "Democratic rule" are more than any people can bear. Any one who still doubts that the Democracy of Ohio Is truly a reform party, conscientiously bent on carrying out all the high-sounding promises of purity ana reiorm mat were made dur ing ;the legislative campaign of last year, has only to cast his eye towards Tom Ewing's district, where they have assessed ail the employes of the State Reform School from five to fifty dollars eacn to create a corruption fund for the election or Ewing to Congress. This, we beg to repeat, is practical Demo cratic reform. In Converse's district the assessment on the officials and employes or State Institutions is ten tnousand dollars. There are two em barrassing questions about this money mm, uow a iruiy reiorm party can raise corruption funds in this way; and secondly, how ten thousand dollars can be honestly used in electing Converse, Cleveland Leader. Talbot, the Republican candidate for Uovernor of Massachusetts, has made his living by the sweat of his brow; Butler, the "Worklngmen's candidate, by the sweat of his Jaw. tutu ib one umerence. The epidemic is dying out in the Southern cities, but Is spreading luruugo me country districts. Al though the aggregate of suffering and mortality can not be so great in vil lages and on Plantations an tn mnm populous communities; there may be mrger proportion oi oeatns lor want proper treatment. Ix every Congressional district la Alabama the Democrat! nnmlnu la opposed by an Independent or Green back candidate backed hvthA thr ough organization of seceders from the D...k. i . . . "uutwu ruuKH, ana Birong enougn to hold their own against all opposition. The Republicans are for thn tlmn nniot spectators of the contest, watching for iue uppunuouy 10 sup in netween with a Congressman or two of their own. It now appears probable that nearly all the regular Democratic nominees wm te beaten. UNIONTOWN. Mr. George Able was not distinguish ed for early piety bit an early love fot pie was visible a short time after birth in his Phrenological development. In after yeaH he wrestled through the long night of custard and dried fruit pie, naiiea witn delight the first dawn ing of the "fresh pie" season the suc culent rhubarb stemfeasted at noon tide from the deceitful, although gay and festive cherry pie, chewed peach and grape pie with avidity, and his virtuous soul revtJed in the glorious sansetof the golden pumpkin. So Able and willing to aid the managers oi the Agricultural Society by a exhibit from Wheeling Tp. he placed with a trium phant smile upon the un planed board a "punkin" of ancient date. Men thumped upon it, and grew profane over it and put up wicked bets upon it. uadies punched it with tne iront finger and the parasol to "dent" it, little boys chucked it on the under side - and swore "by the point of his knife" if he swears at all (but we know he don't) that be plucked that "punkin" In the fall oi 1377 placed it on the top of the cup board and that It had been as one of the family ever since. The "art pre servative of arts" made public. Farm ers are advised to lay in an ample and early supply of cupboards Mr. Able is a hard working-man, and is entitled to his premium and to thanks for adding bis mite to make the fair interesting. And who does not like pumpkin pie? Messrs Canon, Estep A Dickersoo have been threshing with their steam thresher recently in the district de vastated by Inn h til; we .have had no report from them but urume from the time occupied that the crops were paying ones, to both growers and threshers. These gentlemen have the reputation of doing good work. Mr.'Wm. M. Kilgore of this town has devised and secured letters patent. on an invention for maintaining water level on Steam Boilers, and letters highly commendatory, have been written him from Wrshington, as re gards its application to Boilers, in Marine Service. The nature of the invention is to maintain a level when ascending grades which renders boilers perfectly safe under all circumstani.es, This is a very important invention and the nature of 4t will be more fully set forth hereafter. His patent is dated Sept. 3d and numbered 206.662. This invention will enable persons to have constructed small engines with which they may transport themselves from place to place with ease and safety. Mrs. Joseph Bell has reported with a choice boquet of beautiful flowers. Her Success in that line is acknow'edg ed and ber garden is one of the largest in the county .and almost every variety of nowers are grown in it. Mrs. NaomLYarnall has preseuted us with specimens of single and double Asters that cannot be excelled. We wish to correct an error as the name of Mrs, Hoeue is Tamson. and not as printed when notice of reciept of nice flowers was sent in. . ? i ... i Mr. W. W. McHellad sold his house and lot to Mr. George Neel for $230, Mr. I. N. Clark auctioneer. Mr. Geo; Graham has exchanged property with Mr. Mctape near r reepori unto. ' Mrs. Ann Armor an old lady aged about 81 or 82 years, d ed jn St. Louis on Saturday last and a telegaam - was recieved by Dr. John Campbell that the friends with the corpse will arrive here today Tuesday 24 Interment at Crab apple. Mrs. Philena Barlon also died a few days since. Both of these were for many years residents of this towp and are known to many... .Local space will not uiow uomment snd obltlary notice an appear in due time. , Mr. John Nichols and Miss Pryor, have assumed the flowery yoke of Matrimony and propose to . paddle down fifes stream together, and all wish for them a pleasant and prosper ous voyage. We bad the pleasure of meeting the happy couple at the fair and of expressing our earnest fishes for their future happiness John is a son of our worthy citizen Mr. Baalam Nichols, and the lady a daughter of Mr. Watson fryor near uendrysburgh unio. . . Mr. Joseph Webb was killed a few days since by the falling of a scaffold which he was erecting to support the straw carrier of a threshing Machine. His head struck the stone wall of bis barn in falling and we are Informed that death ensued in a tew moments after the fall. He was about fifty years of age and -resided some four miles from this town. Rev. W. 8. Moffatt on Sabbath preached from Col. 3d. Chap. 1st. and 2 verses. The Collection announced for the relief of the Southern suffers was taken up about sixteen dollars con tributed.. . Mr. Othe N orris was in town mak ing arangeraents for advertising the Band Tournament to be held at Barnes ville, Ohio. OCTOBER MAGAZINES. St. Nicholas, for October (New York: Scribner A Co.), hits among its contriDutors ta. is. tienseii, tviith Hawkins, Mrs. J. G. Burnett, Ksthar ine B. Finite. Louisa M. Alcott. W. 8 Jerome, Olive Thorne, Leo H.Orindon. Rossiter Johnson, and Alexander Wain wright. , 1 here are about sixty illustrations. The attractions of the food set forth for young people may be imagined from tbe names of some of the contributions, vis.: The Violin Village, Troubles in High Life, Under the Lilacs, Happy Little Froggy, the L.innet'8 tee, 1Mb K Inzer. How Teddy Cut the Pie, the London Flower Uiri, two Kitties, and Hare and Hounds. The Jack in the Pulpit and Letter and Riddle Box departments are overaowing witngooa things. Scribner's Monthly, for October, contains proiuseiy illustrated papers on The Art Schools of New York; Art em us ward at Cleveland: A Com pany of (French) Actors; A Trip with Liincoin, unase, ana ttcanton; Miss Calderon's German; Leo Marinus, the meaning, ana How uncle uaoe riaved the Levee. Roxy is . concluded, and progress made in Mr.Boyesen's Falcon berg. There Is a posthumous article, by Robert Dale Owen, on Texas and the Peace of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Bret nana tens in, rhyme of an Uurant Terrible; James Richardson describee Neophonography; C F. Thwing pro vides an historical paper on Colleee Journalism, and there are a number of poems and much entertaining and use ful editorial matter. The. .October Wide Awako opens with a very pleasing frontispiece in crayon by Robert Lewis, Illustrating the fanciful opening story "The Secret of the Trees," by Lucy Lincoln Mont gomery. "Phroosle Pepper's New Shoes," by Margaret Sydney, is also delightfully illustrated by Jessie Curtis. These picture, together with Miss Humphrey's delicious drawing, "Weighing the Baby" and the score of pen and ink drawings by Boz for Hon- o Mv-Thumb." Mrs. Clara Dotv Bates' six-pared Classic of Bib viand. make the number very attractive for both old and young. For beautiful frontispieces of Child life this magazine has no equal. The serials, "Trying to be True" and "Doc and her Knlihts." are interesting, In the first named, matters have progressed to a very ex citing crisis. For solid reading there Is a fully Illustrated paper about MLlght- tiousea-' oy Mary jyx-xwooa.- ana Number VII of Mrs. Lillie's English! Literature papers, this one treating of Milton and Buoyan.and, as beingact. Number X of Miss Brown's Child Toilers of Boston Streets, "The Chest nut Roasters," may be included. Only $2,00 per annum Ella Far-, man, Editor. D. Lotbrop A Co., Pub lishers, Boston. To those who are so nufortunate as to become prematurely gray, or whose hair exhibits a tendency to fall off, we recommend a trial of Hall's Hair Renewer. We do so with the ntmost confidence because It is everywhere received with marked favor, and has built upon its own merits such a sura foundation that it is known and used in all civilized countries. Addison (N. Y.) Advertiser. Tax grand and petit jurors for the next term of Court, beginning October 29th, are as follows: GRAND JURY. Wm. M. Lnpton, Pease Township. S. M. Thompson, Richland M Jos. F. Hutchinson,Pultney " John J. Heskett, Goshen 44 Thos. C. Brown, Colerain " John W. Myers, Pultney " James Groves, Kirkwood " William Tidball, Warren " George Kemp, Goshen " Eden Evans, .. -Wayne . " John Shepherd, Sr., Union Henry P. Keyser,JrPultney w William Lodge, Richland " George W. MedilL Pease N. Mills, Flushing " u ; PETIT JURY. David Park, Jr., John Baker, George W. Ward, Wm. Greenlee, Sam nel Thrall, William Adair, William Waddell, Henry Stanton, John Henderson, John Eidd, Jacob Boger, Sr., James Dunn, Pease Township. Colerain u Kirkwood " Pultney " Wayne . " Wayne " Richland " Warren " Kirkwood " Pultney M York Union ' ' M REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! Col A. BMtTJBXS, Will speak at BELLAIRE, Thursday eve.. Bop- tern ber 2b. lien. Charming Richards, BARNES VILLE, Wednesday eve., October 2. BELLAIRE, Thursday eve. OoL 8. MARTIN'S FERRY, Friday eve, October 4. Gen. II. Capehart and J. C. Gray, FARMINGTON, Saturday evening, Sept. 28. Gen. II. Capehart and M. II. Le PLEASANT GROVE, Tuesday eve, October 1. . : ; ... II ou. Alexia Cope and Hon. Le- roy Welsh, ! ARMSTRONG'S MILLS, Wednes day evening, Oct. 2. HUNTER, Thursday eve.,' Oct. 8. Men of all parties are invited to turn out and hear the issue of the day ably and .eloquently discussed. For ten yenn Toll's Pills have been tbe .. roo.wiiiw.f Ktaudard Family Medietas) in the Atlantic States. Scarcely a family tan lie fouud Irom Mains to Mexico that doei not uk them. It is now pmpraed to make their virtues kuowu iu the wEMT. i A Single Trial will Establish their Merita. Do They Cure Every Thing? NO. They are for Diseases that . result from MALARIAL POISON and a DERANCED LIVER, such aa Dyspepsia, Billons and Typhoid feTers Chills, Oolie, Siok-Headache. Chronio PiarrhOBa. Nervousness, Di illness, Pal. pitation of the Heart, Neuralgia, Bhn 1 matism. Kidney Disease, Chronio Con stipation, Piles, &0. .. . xr jLTTjxtx; -w.AS.xrs "Jroxjr That Your LIVER IS DISORDERED Whtn yoa asT a ' Ban pala ! 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They regu late the Bowels and prevent Conatlpatlon aad Files. The amall- eat sad easiest to take. .Mt to take. Only one pi Purelr VeffHtable. Jftrio Drngifista. uniy one pill a doae. eg is a rial, run Sold by all Drugi ice s eenta CARTER MEDICINE CO, Pnen, Erla Pa. aTTfSJ TIM Py BMI TOT OP gQIlaMP. Special Offers for Newspaper Avdertising. W nnbllah a book of 113 nss-es KVo (nn id. ertlnng) giving special oners for advertising all over the country. Prices lower than ever offered before. The lastedlllon sent post ptld on the reoeipt of 2& cents by 1AUGAY A CO, printers wareuonse ana Aaveruseinent Agency. 191 Fallon Street. N T. ConfnrH'a The only eoaibiualiua of the viuii.i a me jamaioa uingei wito ebolee Arometles and French Cramps and Pains, Diarrhoea I A UI Air A ana uyseniary. uyepepsia.riai. JMIIIMIWM nlency.Want of Tone and Ao tlvity In the Htomach and Bowels, and avoiding: the dan gers ol Change of Water, Food Ginger. ana uiimaie. ask iot Saaferda jTamalea Glager. A VEWrV JAT-JaTatSV ia- bVs House and Sign Painter and Glazier, AND Practical Paper Hanger. ST. CI.A1IISTIXJ.K, OHIO." Graininr. Olazinr. Painting and Parerin lone on short notice. Al) branches of the Uade will renoive prompt attention. asr-uraor solicited. apl-olf J STONEBRAKER, Barber cHair and Dresser, Under Nat'l Hotel, St CUlrvUle. Curls, firaid3 Switches , arid Wigs, Prepared In he latest Styles and on short BOtloe. HAI tprepared at Me per oaoa. beptKKU CARTER'S rilTTLE I JIVER New Advertisements. SHERIFFS SALE BELMONT COMMON PLEAS. Flirt National Bank 81 ClalrsYllla, Josepb Iddlog etal, BT vlrtna or a Tendl exponas In tbe abora case laaoed and to ma directed from Ua Court of Common Plea of Balutont ooanty, Ohio, I will offer for aale on tne premises or AY Menderaon, on Tuesday, October 15, 1878, eommenelng at lOo'eioek A M. on said day, tne following personal property, vis JTS bead of Sheep; M 1 head of lambs;! bay bay Colt. yean old; S Milch Cows; 4 bead of yoang uu; o neaa oi nogs, i i;uinpion aowis Maenwe. i spring wagon, i iwi bone Wagon. I Uraln LK1U. Term ol tsai -ussn. WM Q KINNEY. Sheriff. Oowen. Att'r. t a. St: Thomas C Hambleton Samuel Ualbrallh. Tvirtneof a writ ol execution issued and to me dl ruled frona the Court oi Com on Pleas of Tuscarawas county, Ohio, I will offer lor sale oa toe premises where property is lo-. caled, ou Saturday, October 12, 1S7S, eommenclngat 10 o'clock A M. on said day. tn. following personal property, viz The three-flitha interest in one lot of wheat on tne land of Jesse Hopkins, the two-e'xths Interest of Corn on ground of Jesse Hopkins; one and one half stacks of Uay oa Battle Oasb's land; one lot ol Corn in ground on lands of George Wlnrod. Terms of Bale Cash. WM Q KINNEY, Sheriff. 9 at, 78. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE Is hereby given that in tbe Probate Court of Belmout county, Ohio, tbe under signed was appointed and qualified as Ex actor of the estate of Edward Beed. dee d, late of said county. All persons indebted V said estate are re- a nested to mike immediate payment, and lose having claims against said estate will present them duly an then Healed, for settle, sent. WM. AUiXANDEK. is, "78 Exr- Admlnlatrator'a Kotlce. NOTICK Is hereby given that In the Probata Court of Belmont oounty. Ohio.the under signed was appointed and qualified aa Ad ministrator of the estate of isaao Clevlnger, deed, late of said oounty. All persons Indebted la said estate are re quested to make Immediate payment, and those having elal ma against said estate will present them duly authenticated for settle ment, TO CLEVINGER, O B CLEV1MOEB, 2. 78-St. Admr'a. New Advertisements. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. New Advertisements. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. TIME CARD, IN EFFECT MAY 12, 1878. EASTBOUND. Stations. Exp. Exp. Mix'dPass & Fbkiobt L Chicago.. ..u 9 10am 10 00pm 4 Garrett 2 50pm 8 45a m Defiance.... 4 45pm 5 27 Foetoria 6 40 4 7 25 4 4 Tiffin 7 09 4 7 54 440 am 8 20 ' 1 55 pm 3 18 10 45 am 12 15 pm 125 4 3 00 4 425 4 4 Sandusky.... 7 10 4 7 45 4 Monroe ville. 8 00 4 8 SO 4 4 Chicago Jun 8 40 4 8 30 a ra 4 Shelby Jnnc 9 15 4 10 06 4 4 Mansfield.... 9 43 4 10 34 4 4 ML Vernon. 11 13 4 12 05 p m 7 18 pm 9 20 4 Newark . 12 isa m 1 10 4 Columbus... 5 50 4 3 10 L Columbus... 10 45pm 12 40 CumBKBL'D Aooom. Shawnee..... 4 50pm 9 55 am 4 Newark. 12 80am Zanesville... 1 40 4 Cambridge. 2 40 am 4 BamesviBe. 8 33 4 2 00 pm 2 57 4 8 63 4 4 56 4 610pm 715 4 7 30 am . 8 40 4 1 45 pm 510 5 55 m 710 814 918 10 40 1155 ' A Bellaire. 4 50 4 4 Wheeling... 5 45 4 -Washington Baltimore... Philadelphia 8 00pm 9 10 3 23am 6 45 4 4 Hew York Zank8Villx Accommodation will leaveCo Iambus daily except Sunday at 5.15P. u., and arrive at Zanesville st8.10p. u., stopping at WESTBOUND. Stations. Exp. Exp. Ccmbkri.'d ACCOM Ii New York... 8 15am 8 55 pm Stops at Philadelphia 11 45am 11 55 4 all Sta.; Baltimore... 6 00pm 7 10 a m lions. Waahinfrton 7 15 4 8 35 4 Wheeling... 8 25am 11 35 p m Bellaire...- 8 50 4 11 50 ' Barnesville.. 10 07am 12 59 am Cambridge.- 11 10 1 56 am 4 30pm 5 10 4 6 84 4 7 87 4 850 4 Zanesville.... ia au pm o iu A Newark 1 25 pm 4 15 10 00 4 Columbus.... 3 10 4 Shawnee 4 3") 4 . 5 50 4 Mixed 9 35 4 & Fbbioht L Columbus... 12 40 10 45pm Pass'okk 4 25am 5 OOp m Newark 2 10 ' Mt. Veinon. 3 05 1 Mansfield.... 4 $ ' 4 Shelby 4 53 5 24 4 6 50 4 '7 18 4 910 4 10 00 4 8 15 4 912 4 9 39 4 7 18 11 00 A Monroeville. 6 08 Sandusky.... 7 00 L Chicago June 6 00 6 00 4 9 40 4 10 58 4 4 45 p m 4 Tiffin...... 7 uu 4 Foetoria 7 40 4 Defiance.. 4 Garrett.... 9 49pm 11 34 a m 11 40 4 4 H ipra 6 30am A Chicaro......6 00 4 7 25 Fimires West of Bellaire inclusive are Columbus time; figures East of Wheeling in clusive. Baltimore time. Zascstii.i.1 Accommodation leaves zanes ville daily except Sunday at 6.15 a. m., and ar rives at Columbus at 9.15 a. m. Stopping at all Stations. Fast Express runs daily. Express daily on (Central Ohio Division: daily except Sunday on Lake Erie ami Chicago Division. Other Trains daily except Sunday. Thos. P. Uakbt, western l ass r Ag t, Cin cinnati. . L. M. Coi., Gen'! Ticket Ag"t, Baltimore. C H. Hudson. Snp't Trans. Ohio Division, Chicago. NATIONAL BANK ST. CtAmSVtltE, OHIO CAPITAL, 100,000. Ay-Bank open from t A. K. nnttl t p. m. DIs onntdaysTnesdays.atlUH, a. Money received on deposit. Uol lections made and prooeeds re atltted promptly. Exchange bought and sold DirtMori Conard Troll, David Brown, Joseph ffAMnunu. nennre Rrova. r. 5. T. OOWEN. PreslJent HO V BLDAT Cashier. SW READ THIS ABOUT And tte removal of his TAILOR SHOP 1 He Is now preps ted. in his new quarters, one door west of tbe Chronicle offlce, to man ufacture Suits to Order Intbe Latest Styles and at reasonable rates Transient Cutting promptly attended to. Eaneclal attention slven to repairing and eleaning old clothes. Satisfaction guaranteed In every 411.T8IT JOHN HAGUE. Co'y nmnby Maanmt SSapWork of all UndaoHatUd Farmers of Belmont Co. The Bellaire Manniketurlng Company proposal to sen yoa a MOWING MACHINE or Combined Mower & Rea-ner with either Side Dellrery Bake or Dropper AU&cnment, and warranted to be eqnal to any la use. We are also doing a general Foundry & machine business. Mr. If atbew Beasel Is In charge o the Foundry, and Mr. James B. Moore of tbe Machine Department. men of character and reputation in their departments. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Why not patron lss a home institution 1 DescrlDtivs Oataloane of Mower. Res Del As., Prleea, Certlfloat as msrlt. As. address BELLA iita MAX VFA CI XJRINO CO. O.L. Poobmaw, i Bellaire, Ohio, or a polieoreiary. - w m. luimhii A. w. Aapaason, rxas, vwrsTlfjs WESTBOUND. New Advertisements. Retail price? leee only SOT a Parlor Organ, priee $340 onlv Itta. Paper free. D F Baarrr, Washington, N J. nr vaHCY CARDS with name. lOe, Plain atO Gold; 150 styles; Agfa Outnt lUe; Hull On, Hudson, Y. OH Cfcreane Caraw (perfect beauties, with name. 10c: Outfit 10s; TURKE& CAUI1 CO. Ashland. Mass. Ear Diseases. Tr C E SHOEMAKER'S BOOK on DEAF K ESS and Diseases of the Ear and tbe'r E roper treatment especially Banning Esr. low to get immediaU relief Irom all the on- Elsasaalaess of this disease; and a perfectly armless and permanent core. A book ev ery family should have. Sent free to all. Address C E SHOEMAKER, Aural Burgeon, Reading, Pa. EHUD! Parson's Purgative Pills make New Rich Blood, and will completely cbange the blood in the entire system in three months. Any person who will take 1 pill each night from 1 to 12 weeks may be restored to soand health. irsocn a tning is nossioie. rani oy man ior s letter stamps. L a. JOHNSON A CO.. Bangor The Antidote to Alcohol Found Fouud at Last. Tbe Fatber Matbew lteniedy. It Is a certain and speedy care for intem perance. ldesiroys sll anpeute tot alcohol ic liquors and builds np tae nervoas system. After a debauch, or any totem penal e indul gence, a single teaspoonfnl will remove all mental and physical depression. It also cares every kind of Fever. Dyspepsia and Torpmity oi tne uver. noia oy an urug gists Price $ per bottle. Pamphlet oa "Alcohol, its Effects, and Intemperance as a disease," sent freeon writing to the FATHER MATH- EW TEMPERANCE and Mao'f 'g Co: 8 Bond Street, N Y. : AvardW lifM jtrxM at Cnteaaial KxiM.ttioB 1 Sac aWwiM mudtti and taraUcmAt amd (mtvtm tkt after if mmctWuHf tmd JUuterukf. Taa b-.l lobaeM avar md. Aa onr Mu. atrip trad.-m.rk ia cIom! iaiuM4 oa iuf.rtur couda, at. that Jarfc ' Mt w oa..ryplu. Sold bT all 1ral.r rWod tar wupl., kaa. ta C. X. Jacaaoa'a C Mft. rMaraasfg. Va. Don't say humbug, but judge for yourself. Send for free lithograph of 6-Ton 50 Freight-Paid Sold an Trial Wagon Scale, all Iron and Steel, Brass Beam. Address, Jones of Bingham ton, Binghamton, New York. LAME BACK. Brases's Capblae Faroes Planter Is for lameness or weakness of tne back, Rhea matism and ail local aches and pains, the best remedy known. It was Invent ed to overcome tbe slow action of the ordinary Porous Plasters. It relieves pain at once, and cures where other planter, will not even relieve. Sold ev ery where hy Drngglsta. Price 25 cents. AGEN8 WANTED For Dr. MARCH'S NEW BOOK! f'RuM DIRK TO DAWN. In this new volume tbe Popular Anthor oi -tiigntacentsin tue uiDie portrays witn vivid and thrllliDg force aad eloquence tbe events ol Sacred Truth, and adds iresh testi mony to tbe beauty, pathos and sublimity of toe stories ol the Bible. Agents a in nnd this Book witn Its sparklinc tbonghis, glowing style, beautiful Engravings, and rlcn blne in an, tbe bent In the market. Terms Liberal. Circulars Free. Addia J C MuCUHDY A CO, Cincinnati, O. NOW READY! The Uraad Aehlevesaeats af STANLEYo7lY$2.K By Hon J.T. HEADLEY, the Prince of de ceptive authors. A lull history of his explo rations In Africa and marvelous journey down tbe Congo. A new exciting book, brist ling with wild adventures and thrilling scenes of danger; Is profusely Illustrated; tbe public eagerly await It. It la selling wonder, lolly. PAIITIDN Beware of mlsstatementa of ln WMU I lull teres ted parties, bat send for Proof of genuineness and fall description of thii work, also terms. "ist'Snuro? Agents Wanted. PARIS, 1878 Twe Geld Oledels. At Erery WORLDS EXPOSITION FOR 12 YEARS HIGHEST HONORS SWEDEN, FIIILADA, SANTIAGO, VIENNA, PAULS 1870 1876 1875 187;: 13b Have Been Awarded the MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS. At the Paris Exposition this year thry ar awarded TWO UOL.D MEUAL-i. the blehes recompense at ti.e ulspoeal of theiury. They have also received tbe ijKAND GOLD MED AL OK SWEDEN and NORWAY, 1K78. No other American organs nave ever attained highest awards at ANY world's Exposition. Hold for cash or pa meats. Lotiest Catalogues, with newest styles, prices. Jtu. fioe. MASON A I1AMUM OKU AN CU, BOSTON. NEW YORK, or CHICAGO. ATWOOD'S. Quinine tonig BITTERS 1 The Best Teale Bitters Ever IaveateJ. ilANT OF APPETITE la not in Itself " disease, but simply an ev!dvuce that disease exists In tbe system, which most be cured before the patient can expect to relish what is eaten, or receive any bent-til. from tae food taken Into the stomach. The QUININE TONIC BllTErla will roatoie tbe natural ap petite by curing the disease, not simply exci UUKllbe stomach by stimulsnts, tbe seeouda ry effects oi which is only to add lo tbe eause Irom wh.eh a distaste for food ariwe, bat making a perlecl cure. Indication, Dyspepsia, and Sick HcadacA These diseases are more prevalent than any others; they prevail everywhere, and In this eounlry are ail bat oniverai. A medicine thai can be relied upon as a permanent sure ior mem. is tut uuiuine luuic Bitters. Tnev eaq be Utk.n wituoul any deleterious effect upon the syaiem, and will leave the patient with all the exuberant feeling. of health. The quinine lonio outers nave ooeu retitarkubiy saccessiui in resvring tue distressed and de sponding ayspep ictoperiect Health. Thev keen the healthy tvell. and cure the tick. No one ever used them that did not praise mem. iney win improve tne appetite, facil itate digestion, give tone to the nervous sys tem, sua vigor to me aigestive organs; there by imparting health and strength. There is no remedy so good lor languor and debility. They are the best aromallo lonio and atom achlc ever made. FOX LADIES Id delicate health, persons of seuentsry nam is, ana in ait cases where a strength giving stimulant Is required, the Bitters will be round invaluable. The pur fly af their composition never variet. Price $1.00 per Bottle. For sale by dealers generally, ami at whole sale by Wxsr A Truax. Toledo. Ohio, and by Stronq A Cobb, Cleveland, O..J and R Jokcs a boss, ootnmons, o. . v i A DAY Agent's Preflt eanvasslne tor H" nassau uuigui. sample free, r nitn Jonas, Nassau, A Y. SMOLANDER'y The Great Diuretic Compound Is a sure, quick remedy for all diseases of tbe Kidneys, madder, and Uri nary Organs, exist! ng either In male or female. As. Irritation, lnliam- roatlon. or Ulceration of the Kidneys and Blad der, Gravel, Stone In Ine Bladder, Reddish or Brlck-dosl Bed Ira en t in Urine, Thick, Cloudy or nopy urine, tAinrai Urinating, Bedwelting Muoousand involuntary Discharges, Morbid Irritation of Bladder and Urethra, Chronio Catarrh of Bladder. Hnr-pres-slon. Retention or Incontinence of urine. Diabetes, Dropsy, Organ le nee. Female Complaints, and all Chroo c Maladies of the Urinary and Sexaal Organs Thousands ran attest to 11 wonderful enras tlve properties of these disc aes. For Nervous Debility, with all Its gloomy attendants. Dlssiness. Loss of Memory. Low Spirits, Ac, It Is a snverlgn remedy, SMOLAN DEK'S BUCHU booys up the en ervated system. Imparting new life and vigor ous action, the whole system becoming strengthening and invigorated. Be eare aad ask far gaaelaaflers Barha, Insist anon bavins It. and take no other. PRICE SI 8IX BOTTLES FOR $B. For aale bv dealers senerally.al wholesale by West A Truax, Toledo, Strong A Cobb , Cleveland, and ft. Jones A son, Oolambaa 9! PIANOS SWEET ESNAYY CbBWsES-iToliacco! Inr aaf WESTBOUND. New Advertisements. DRUGS. DDDDDDDDD DDD DDDDDDD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD " DD DD DD DD DD DDDDDDDDDD ;DDDDDDDDD - I HEADQUARTERS FOR ii d mm, RRRBRRRRB RRRRRRRRRR RR RR RR RR RRRRRRRRR RR RR RR RR RR RR RR RR Oils, Dyes, Glass, PHtent Medicine, Perfumery. DO TJU uu uu UD UU uu . ur uu uu uu uu uu uu uo uu uuuuuu uuuu Faney Goods, varnisjiefr. Brnslirs, Soaps QQGGQQQQ GGGGGGGGGO GG GG GO GG GG GG GGG GG G GG GGGGGGGGGO GGGGGGGG WE OFFER A large Stock of GddIj Iu onr Line, strictly as represent ed, and at bottom prices. 8SSSSSSSSS 8S SS SS8SSSSSSSS ss S3 SS SSSSSSSSSSS8 ssssssssss J. B. II O G E, Dmgglst, opposite SLClalr Hotel, ST. CLAIRSVIXLE. OHIO. COLERAIN, Belmont Co., 0. DEALER IN DRY GOODS Ready-made Clothing GROCERIES, &c. A LARGE LOT OF New and Seasonable Goods Just received and for aale at low prices. Lately received a Large Supply of Qaeensware and Glassware, At Reduced Prices. 8 22, 78-ly. NOTICE mm OK The great eelebrity of our TIN TAG TOIAC tu oascanseu many lmitauons thereol to be placed on the market, we Iherelore esotKMi aii mowers against parchaslng such units tloes. All dealers buying or selling other n'ng tu baeeo bearing s nara I or metallic label, rende themselves liable to the penalty of tbe and all persons violating our trails marks are puoiansoie ey nne ana impriMonmeni. Act ef Cesaress, Aag. 14, 1878. Tbe S-enntne LrillmrJ Tim Tu TakTf bedlstlngalsbed b.v a TIN TAUeneaeb lan With tbe word LORI1XAHO stamptd I hereon wer l,unt tons tooacoo sold In 177, sue neany ,uuu persons employed m factories. Taxes paid Oovernment tn 18TT, a boot J3, S00.0UU. and d urine tbe oast 19 rant WO.OuO.OOU. These goods solid by all jobbers at aiaaamctareni rates. TBI TIN TAU (t.HOKIMl TOBACCO raeoood to none" In aroma, tnildne. purity and quality. . Trf Sm BEST:- business von can enafa in a to m per nay mane by u worker of either sex. rttrut 1 their own localities. Purtii- suars and samples worth .- fr-e. IthDrnv your spare time at this business. Addrv errjHsojr a vo, roruano. Maine. ? Manhood: How Lost, stored. 11 ow lie- Jnst nnbllshed. a new edition Dr. Caverwells C'elrbrated tr- -) i,n the Radical Core (wlthonl rut-n ln of Spermatorrhosa or bemiual V. eak nesajhvolantary 8eminal Lnssea. Imootenev. Mental and Physical Incapacity .Impediments ana r its, mu jwi oy seiiMnauigence bKi aai extravaaanoe. c. TTr'Prioe.ln a sealed envelooe. onlv (rents. The eeieoratea autnor in tots admirable fcxaay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty rears sneoessrul practiee that the alarmlns qaenoes of self abuse may be radically cared witnoattne aangeroas nxe oi internal meuici- elne or the application oithekalle; vintiut out a moaeoi eore at once simple, certs l ii and effectual, by means of which evetysnl ferei, no matter what his oondltlon may h may ear alrasell cheaply, privately and radically. AeThls Lecture will prove a boon to thou sands and thousands. Kent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt of six eenta, or two stamps. asanas uie ruoiiauers,. THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., I Aaa ft.. New York, Foal Offloe Box HHO. j an is. IB, y . u ean msks money faster at work for aa than anything else. Oanital no reoalred: we will start yon. (ii u a day at noma made by the industrious. Men, women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work fot Xiow is ih time; eostiy outfit and terms AddrevsTkCkA Co. Ai n goals, Maine. AGENTS WANTED! Med. and Dip. awarded NKW J. IbbUIltel UlUiCO a 1,00(1 Illustrations. Address for new circulars. j uuijJtAU a ia., ax) area st, rnia. IF Y0U5 Want a FARM or HOME lib Independenee and plea' ty In your old age. The Boat Thing In the West IS THE Atchlson,Topeka 8anta Fe It It. Ireulars with Map. giving full Inloraatlon. fee. Address A B Jon nson, Aet'g Land Com r rrpeka, Ks. RVOLYER FREE TlVLZ Irdgee. Address. J. Bowa A Son, US Wood St, tntUburgn, ra. Brass Band Music. 1BS 8T CLAIR87ILa.B fJOHNUT BAND L (Twelve Members.) with a varletyor Musi now irenared tofarnlah rood Maale at rea nabla rates and on shorLnoUos for Aarloul al Fairs, Satday Hcbool and other eeieDra ns. nemos. exhibitions. rouueej aaa o bile Meetings. weA. rtV0 Tm 'OTilittl 22 teVKsM , WHY SHOULD I BUY MY Clothing from Thcmas Hughes & W II K E LING? 1st Because iher boy In htra oumnlltlea. have unequal lacilitlea for baying, and. therefore, eau airord to sell lor less than those not having such advantages. XI. TheThavealarnenrMofFIROT-rT.ARB. CUTTERS, and yoa are more certain lo get a ui uiau aujr wuere else. Sd. Tber sell ontr fhr ruh. and do md charge yoa anything for losses they wuald nave 10 sustain ii mey were doing s credit business. We have Reduced the Price Of everything In onr line, and nropose to sell Firs, Class Ooods as -ow as tney can be told anywhere. With lnc eased IJcilUiee for man- niacturlng. and w.th a Complete Stock cf Spring Goods Now In store, ! connection vim the very low prices a. which we oroDoee to sell them. we ara assured that we can make It greatly to tbe advantage of all to favor us with a call. Prices marked In plain figures. Thomas Hughes & Go,, Merchant Tailors, 2m, Cob. Twelfth A Wats a 3 UNDERTAKING! AUXANDCX BAKBCTT. BAR ETT BBSPHXKO DA TEA, DAYIS, sutiu ir COFFINS CASKETS, AND ALLbTTLXS OF DNDEBTAKING These gentlemen have pat In store a Una supply or Coffins, Caskets, Ac, which they offer at exceedingly LOW PRICES! They are prepared to -itend fanerala at short notice, baving in eorjeeuon with tbeirea utblisbment a gooa Uearse, safe Horses aad a careful Driver. BARRETT 4 DAVIS, Car. BfaJa and FaJr G rea ad Streets. BT. CLATBSVnXS a M arch t. T8 ly. Ayer's Clierry Pectoral Tat Diseases of tba Throat and Langa,- nichuCongCoIda, Coach, I Bronchitis, Asthmsi sad Conxui&ption- ThcrtitaontthaiiitmiM,toeoBjeqTencsol tbe marvelloas cures it hat produced during tbe last half century, is a sufficient assurance to the public that it will continue to realize the kappirst results that can be desired. In almost every lection of 60011117 there are persons, publicly known,who have been restored from aiaraung gad even desperate diseases of tha lungs, by its ase. An who have tried Uacknowiedre its superiority; and where its virtues are known, so one hesitates as to what medicine to employ to relieve the dis tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary tffeo ooaa. Chirxt Pbctobai. always affords in stant relief, and performs rapid enras of tha milder varieties ofbronchial disorder, as weu as the mors formidable diseases of the hmga. Aj a safeguard to children, amid the distress ing diseases whicb beset ths Throat and Chest of Childhood, it fa) Invaluable; Ibr.by i&ttaerrase. multitudes srs rescued snd restored to keslth. This medicine (sins friends at every trial, as tbe cures it is eonstaatly prodaciBg srs too re markable to be ibrgottan. Ho family taoald be . witbont k, sad those who havs oaesased It never will. Eminent Physicians throughout flat country prestbs It, and Clergymen often reoommend it front their knowledge sf its effects, rSXTAjrgD ST Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass Praetieal aad Aaalvtical Ch assists. BOLD BT ALL DKUOGIST3 EVZaTWHXBX, Carpets ni oil Glotlis. Wall Paper, Widow ShadesJMntiC Ifutrs and Table Covers House Furnishing Goods, A larger stock and greater variety than aaa aa ound In any other establishment In thlselty and a prices lower, than offered for aaaay years, fersons going ao nouseaeepuig aaa save money by gi vlng us a call. HARBOUR -& DITTHAN. 148 MAIN BTREET. WHEEIJ A G.W. V A ml ; a National Paning Mills ' ANi 0 LUMBER YARD, BRIDGEPORT. 0., J R. BAGS & SONS, PROP'S 'KTnTiTifVr'tTi'Pflrs of . Doors, ttah, tfbattore. Frame", Mould lnjts, iintckets i"i0(r3, auurrtau inps Bal lusters, News, and DRESSED LUMBER, Of p very description and Jealcro la Lumber, Sliingles, Scantlincr, Lath, Joists. Tramt" Timber, Fir Brick aud Ildcrs' Material In GtncraL D. K. KYLE. Dealer in AMERICAN and Monuments, Spirw, Head Stones, etc. MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, OHIO, ear the Depot, sMMtah Qranlta Monuments. MarMs aad Slate Mantels, Furnished to Order. Designs and earn pie work ean be seea at HJohaston a. Oeaeral Agent, St, Clalrsvjlf Obi .