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ST. CLAIK&VI LLE. OHIO TUUKSDAY, OCT. 10, 1878. Omo Idee," farewell, a louse fare well! - pTtBvtho news lo Thurinan, the flopper. ' The Tidal wave of Republican vic tory la sweeping oi. Ohio's idea of the "Ohio was expressed on Tuesday. idea' Alas for poor sick Thurman In will erow no belter rapidly. If the next House of Kepresentative- elects a President. Ohio's vote will be cast for a Republican. Iowa elects a solid Republican dele ration to Congress, and the State ticfr et by an increased majority over last year. Indiana has achieved glory enough for one day, in electing a Republican Legislature and laying out Dan Voor heee. Ohio buried the rag child on Tues day. Senator Thurman will find it convenient to be an "honest money" man next year, we presume. O'Connor Legislatures are good to to insure Republican victories. Our Democratic friends should stand the O'Connor Roes Alexander Legislature. The Democrats gerrymandered the State shamefully, but the returns show thev failed to gerrymander the iudg ment and conscience of the people to any great extent. Theue were a good many Republi can voters around in Belmont county on Tuesday, but if they bad all turned .ut the Democratic majority of lust year would have been wiped out. Me. S. J. Tilden and his copartners are said to be figuring upon a cipher (or future use, the trauslation of winch no fellow can hud out: A simi.h translation and practice of the moral law mi!ht render the use of cipher wholly unnecessary. With most of Democratic statesmen Democratic lawyers, and the Demo eracy generally, nothing is constitu tional but fraudulent voting, ballot bx stutfin?. and Ku Klux iutimidiv tion, and tberelore they squeal because the elections were supervised in cut' cinnati. THE TRIUMPH. The Republicans of Ohio have won a magnificent victory. It is the triumph of a great cause, and through that the triumph of a great party which alone upheld it. A Democratic majority in 1877 of over 20,000, won through the npathyof Republicans, is wiped out and liie Republican State ticket is elect etl by a majority that cannot fall be 1 w 6,000, and may run up as high as J 0.000. In its practical results it is im ruense. The assault on the people's currency and the national credit have been beaten back all along the line The rag money delusion is stamped ou and tbe "Ohio idea" is no longer to water the currency with irredeemable paper. This great victory throws athwart the path of an organized and alarniinz attack upon all property rights and so cial order, the barrier of intelligence and honest money. It beats back a horde of desperate men who would build up a party upon tbe principle of the destruction of accumulated earn ings, whether in the hands ot the rich or poor, the laborer, the widow, the orphan, or the capitalist. It re-estab lishes our financial credit, and goes far toward establishing a sound basis for commercial and industrial enterprises. Under the impulse of this triumph the Republican party all over the country, reunited and strong, will move for' ward as of old, for the right, to new . victory. The local contest in tbia (18th) Dis trict has resulted in H3 signal a victory for Dr. UjKiegraff as that in the State, insuring bis election by probably over 2500 majority. The infamous gerry- mamler in the State has defeated it pelf, aud iustead of the fourteen Con gressmen they expected to elect they will not probably get over ten, and i;i 'some ot the districts where their ma jorities were 2,000 to 4,000, they barely Bucceed in securing a Congressmen. 'Altogether, the people have cause to rfjoice. Conkling on the Taxation of Bonds. [From Senator Conkling's Saratoga Speech.] What is the reason for striking at the londs of the United States, or at those who hold them! Mr. Lincoln said, and we all thought during the war that those who took the bonds and gave their money to pay and leed our soldiers were second in patriotism only to the soldiers themselves. The chief Objection now seems to be that the bonds are not taxed. There are several answers to this. In the first placc.they were and are taxed, and taxed in ad vance. The man who pays par in gold lor a nana Deanng only four per cent. Interest, and thus loans his money for four-sevenths, or only a fraction more than halt the legal and usual interest in this State, pays for the exemption from further taxation in advai.ee, and piiys pretty largely for it. Every jear he gets$i for the loan cf $100l If he . loaned on bond and mortgage to his neighbor he would get $7, or certainly 6, and perhaps he would be taxed on the bond and mortgage and perhaps he would not be taxed. So from tbe beginning, exemption from taxation entered into the rate of interest paid and tBe price received for the bonds taxation was adjusted and discounted in tbe transaction. 8o that in substance and result every bond, without excep tion or escape, was and is taxed. To t8X again or differently now, would be to break the contract, just as much as to refuse payment in whole or in part. But it is said the State should be allow ed to tax the bonds of the United State". This position meets with several obstacles. Let me speak of ohp. Our fathers nut it into the Con etitution that such bonds shoulu never be taxfHl by the States. So the Sup reme Gurt Biid when the first question aros, before most of us were born, and so the court has said ever since. Fol lowing the Constitution, the acts of Congress make exemption from tax ation a part of the contract with every man who holds a bond. Right or wrong, there stands the Constitution there it stood wbpn money must be had to kep the fl ig flying In the field, and the only way was to issue bonds and borrow money on theno, or to slop putt in ? down the rebellion, while Con gress and ;after wards three quarters of the States, parleyed and acted about amending the Constitution, and by thit time there would have been no United States to issue bonds, no States Iq tax them, and no armies to support. OUR GREAT VICTORY! OHIO REDEEMED! A Republican Gain of More than 25,000 Over Last Year! Nine Republican Congressmen and Chances for More! Cleveland, October 9. The full re turns of Cuyaboxa county give Barnes 12,847; Paige. 8,646; Ray, 5,66'J; lown send. 13.084: Poe. 7.276: Shone. 5.034. Coixmbl-s, October 9. The Repub lican Committee claim nine congress men and the majority of the State from r.000 to 10.000. The Democrats claim eleven Congressmen. Toledo, Oct, 9. Kurd's plurality in Lucas county is 200. The Republicans elect the Auditor and Clerk; Probate Judge doubtful. Columbus, Oct. 9. The following Congressmen were elected: Butter worth, Young, MacMahon, Keifer, Lefever, Hill, ilurd, Finley, Converse, Ewing, Dickey, Tseal, Atberton, ueo les, McKinley, Monroe, Updegraff, Garfield ana Townsend. The result in the Thirteenth District is in doubt. The Republicans claim Van Vorhees. while the Democrat? claim Miner. There ere ten Demo crats and nine Republicans elected. The Republicans claim the State by from eitrht to ten thousand, while the Democrats admit five thousand. Columbus, O., October 9. At 1 :40 a. m., ve have returns from 657 precincts, from all counties in the State exoept Mercer and Monroe, which show a net Republican gain of 11,00. This indi cates the election of the Republican State ticket by 15,000. The Republican majority on the State and county ticket is estimated at from 3,500 to 4,000. The majority for Townsend for Congress and Ilinmnn for County Clerk will probably bo con siderable more. Toledo, October 9, 1 a. m. From Republican sources the indications are thatKatlo, National, for Congress, will have, in Lucas county, 400 over Hurd and 700 over Luckey,Reputlican;Hurd over l.uckey 550. The Republicans claim the County Auditor and Clerk, and concede the remainder of thecoun ty ticket to Kotlo. There seems to be no doubt of Hurd's election to Congress by a majority of 1C0 or over. Cincinnati. O.. October 9. At this hour the returns from 16 precincts of the f irst district give Butterwonn, Rep., over Sayler, 197 innjority. la the 2d district 20 precincts give Goss, Dem., over Young, Rep., 1,011 major ity. Columbus. O.. Oct. 9. At 2 a. m. the Republicans claim the following Congressmen: Garfield, Townsend, Monroe, Updegraff, Keifer, Neal, Mc Kinley.Van Voorheee, Young, Butter worth, conceding to the Democrats, Hurd, Hill, McMahon, Finley, Geddes and Atherton. The Republicans claim Horton's election over Ewing. This district is Still claimed by both parties, The National vote is about the us me a last year. Cincinnati. Oct. 9 The Ohio del egation in the next Congress will prob ably stand as follows: First District Butterworth, Repub lican. Second Young, Republican. Third McMahon, Democrat. Fourth Keefer, Democrat. Fifth Lelever, Democrat. Sixth Hill, Democrat. Seventh Hurd, Democrat. Eighth Finley, Democrat. Ninth Converse, Democrat. Tenth Ewing, Democrat. Eleventh Dickey, Democrat. Twelfth Neal, Republican. Thirteenth Warner (in doubl). Fourteenth Atherton, Democrat. Fifteenth Geddis, Democrat. Sixteenth McKinley, Republican. Seventeenth Monroe, Republican. Eighteenth Updegraff, Republican. Nineteenth Garfield, Republican. Twentieth Townsend, Republican. The War on the National Banks. The National Banking system is one of the established institutions against which the new Greenback party and the degenerate Democrats who are following in its wake are nowdirecting their sharpest attacks. The mere men tion of it in a convention of National is like shaking a red rag in the race ot a mad bull, and its effect in Democratic gatherings is hardly less alarming. The present demand for the destruc tion of the National Banks is the natural fruit of the intl-ition mania Four years ago the same disease mani fested itself in a different form, and the same men who are now crying "Down with the banks" were then clamoring with equal zeal for "free "banking " They were anxious then to extend the system indefinitely, be cause they believed that it would cause an enormous bank-note inflation. Dis appointediin that expectation, thev now desire to destroy all the banks, because they think that, in some mysterious way which nobody hps ever been able to explain, the withdrawal of the bank curreacj will be followed by enormous issues of legal tender notes. There is but one mode of increasing the volume of treenbacks actually in circulation in this country, and that is by increasing the expenditures of the Government. As long as the Secretary of the Treasury is not tailed upon to pay out any more money in the course of a fiscal year than he receives as revenue, the new legal-tender notes, if their issue should be authorized, would lie idle in the Treasury vaults, unless some of the wild schemes for the free distribution of the "flat" money should be adopted. We assume that any party that may get into power within the next ten years will meet with in superable obstacles to the payment of the bonds oi ine united Mates in any thing but coin. Economy in the pub lie expenditures.then, which is one of the grounds upon which the Demo cratic party dishonestly asks the coun try to trust it, and greenback (inflation are utterly incompatible. Nor would the withdrawal of the National bank notes facilitate the issue of new legal tenders. On the other hand it would cause the sharpest kind of contraction. The destruction of the bank circulation would hot increase the payments which the Government would have to make, while it would reduce by about one half the volume of the paper currency in which taxes could be paid. But the IntlUiomsts say that It Is a part of their scheme to substitute green backs for the National bank notes. How? Legal tender notes will not flow into the circulation of theirown accord. They must be paid out for something, luliss they are to be given away or lent to tramps withoutsecurity. There never wasiu the u nited States an Intit tion of paper money issued by the Gov ernment except in times of foreign or lomestic wtr, and when the public ex penditures exceeded the receipts. It is cue thing to "propose" to substitute greenbacks lor tbe bank currency, but it is another and quite a different thing to do it. The National B inking syst m is now organized furnishes the saft St, mast convenient and most elastic paper currency this country has ever bad. ihe bauk taper is capable of almost unlimited ex pun-ion whenever the "demands of trade," about which the inditionisls talk so much, make them 8 lives felt, and of a corresponding c n tr ctiooiu times ot business stagnation. Its volume does not even depend upon the amount of coin which the banks may have in their vaults, as does thit of tbe circulation of the Bank of Eug Imil, and it is equally adapted to the needs of the country in times of sus pension and during periods of specie payments. The working people of the United States have a more immediate interest in the maintenance of a sound bank ing system than any other class. The banks set capital in motion that would otherwise remain idle, and thus direct ly make possible the employment of hundred of thousands of men who would .otherwise find no work. This fact was recognized even by tbe infla tionists four years ago, when they de clared that the business of the West and Sooth was suift;ring for the want of banking facilities. It would be ad mitted by the same men now if they werd nonest witn the peopiewhom they are leading. "THIS IS A DAYS WORK." i was a happy illustration ot Mr. Hoar, of Massacnusetts, before an audi ence of farmers when he said be iro- posed to make work easy hereafter by placing a board on the fence with the inscription "This is a day's work,"and toldiug his arms. This fairly exposes the absurdity of the fiat money theory. It would surely be as feasible to create a day's work by saying "This is a day's work" as to create a dollar out of noth ing by saying of a piece of paper "This is it uunar. 1'eopie seem to lorget that money is the measure of value. Coin was chosen as the measure of value- that is to say,. gold and silver, because it cost, in labor a dollar or thereabout to produce the material that is contain ea in a dollar, t or this reason thfwp metals were selected. It could have been lor no other reason". Mechanical ly it would have been no more diffi cult to coin iron monev thmi inmin gold and silver money, but as it costs more to produce gold and silver than it does to produce iron, the former were elected rs the standard of valups Paper money is the reoresentativn nf com oecause it is convertible into coin iuiuiiis useu lor convenience in making exchange. Paoer has no in trinsic value; therefore it is worth noth ngexeeprasa representative of coin and it can not represent the monev nf the worldunlefrs it is convertible into coin. Man can can not produce some thing out of nothing. He can not mane a yard stick out of a niece of wood one inch square. Congress might pass a law declaring one inch a yard, but that would not make one inch thirtv six merit's. J he nricenf a vurr! nf ilnth measured iy one inch would of en n tip cost oniy one-thirty-sixth part as much as a yaru oi ciotn measured by thirty n.w i ... nit. . . . oijl incurs, xao siandurn vaarl is thirty-six inches. Cloth is hnnoht nri sold by that standard. Tbe value of yard of cloth is in proportion to the costof producing it. This value can not be changed by shortening or length ening ine standard bv which it is measured. If the standard is lencrthen. eo, mo pnue win cnange in propor tion. If it is shortened, vice vets Ihe intrinsic value of everv article is ia iroKiion 10 me in Dor in producing it. This is a law that no man can change. It is a fixed law that gives faxed value to everv articln that i nrn. -J 1 T ..I : - . uui-eu. uouur 13 ine oasis 01 nil vh nrn anu mouey is ine standard by which those values are determined. To cnange ine standard would net change tne cost a particle. To lower the standard would seem to diminish the cost, out it would not. II we should write this article tor so much ner line. we would receive more for it nominal ly in cneap money than in coin, but tne Drain work and time employed in producing the article would remain the same, bo it would be with refer ence to all kinds of labor. Say that i iubu iuu a pi;ir 01 norses can plow an acre of ground in a day. The value ol that labor measured in coin is fonr rinl lars. To earn that required ten hours wont, suppose that work should be paid for in paper worth fifty cents on tne dollar in coin, tho measure of that labor would be eight dollars In naner That would be worth to the laborer, to tne plowman, lour dollars in coin. The diHereuce would be the constant fluc tuation or tne paper in value. It might be worth eight dollars in trade one day and only six the next. The time necessary to perform the labor, how' ever, would not change. It would re quire one man, two horses, and ten hours' time t do the work. That wouici not nuctuate; but the wages, if paid in nat paper, would fluctuate. If the tint system of finance could be applied to labor we could all live with out v.01 k. We could say "jet paper be prouueeu, ihi editorial be written, let news be gathered ou the wings of the winu, iei ine snr-ets be printed by iiiBgii:, uu iei mem oe delivered tc suo.-critx rs." U e c ould then fold our arms and take things easy. Then we should have hat newspapers, and it would lie quite as practicable to nrn. duce newspapers out of nothing, or to periorm laoor without work, as to pro duce money out of nothing. It ought not to require argument to uemonbiraie mis plain fuel, but it seems to be necessary to argue it, and even 10 voie upon 11. liut it would be quite as sensible lo go iuto a field aud say "This is a day's worK," without doing any work, as to say of a piece of paper which hHs no intrinsic value. "Tbis.ia a dollar." Cin. Gazette. ihe cause of the outbreak of yellow fever in New Orleans seems to have been discovered beyond a doubt. The New Orleans Times, in a recent issue . . .u.:.i . ... - - i siaiea mm it ims iouna mat lour thou sand loads of kitchen garbage, which had been hauled to the dumping grounds bv thn nitv nji-ta K,) K brought back by contractors and used to nu up streets in the front of the city, This operation has been point nn rin ring the past year and was in progress on the outbreak of the ei)ideminanrt as the disease first appeared just at that pomi u is more man probable that the avarice or the contractors was the cause oi me present terrible pestilence. Republicans make large gains in the Connecticut town elections. General Sherman returned to Wash ington Monday from his western trip. . There are now in custody twenty-six members of what Is known as the urautre gang of counterfeiters, arrest ed in Kentucky and Tennessee through thesccrPt service of the Treasury Do partment. General Lew Wallnce, the Governor of New Mexico, has Called upon the President f.-r the aid of th3 army in huppressing lawlessness in Lincoln county In that Territory. The Presis dent has issued his proclamation com manding all rioters to disperse within uine days. SCHOOL REPORT For the Month Ending Oct. 4th, For the Month Ending Oct. 4th, 1878. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Perfect in Attendance: Mary Alexander, Bertie Bumgarner, Amelia Anderson, John Cook, Milly Close.Andrew Geller, Blanche English, Joseph Hubbard, Minnie Hughes, John E. Johnson, Jennie McHenry, Sherwood Lochary, Lorena McCann, Irwin McKelvev, Laura Piatt, Jackie Rice. Marv Riggs. Clareuee Singer, May Stonebreaker, Jesse Theiss, May Selvey, Raymond Tallman, Maoei Tallman, Charlie west, ldqius iron, Simon West, Agnes West, Andrew McClelland, Johnnie Frezier. No. enrolled o7. Per cent, attend ance 94. Tardy marks 3 : Anne Key ser, May Johnson, Sheridan Austin. FIRST INTERMEDIATE. Claude Alexander, Delia Andersoa, Eddie Austin. Ella Cowen, Jonn Dovle. Clvde Carter, Harry erren, Knilin Oastleman. Chal. Hoffuer, Ab hi Darrah. Albert Johnson, Laura Ferren, Willie Kelly, Bessie liewei- mn. Willie jucuieiianu. iiuie juura, Wil ie Norris. Maggie Jones, miner Rice. Rosa King. Clarence Rocoe, E- taU Kirk. Frank Roscoe. Annie Kyle, Charlie Scheck, Mattie Longley, Wal ter Troll, Josie McHenry, josepn Theiss. Delia Merritt. Sammy Zim merman, Jessie ttocoe, iaura niggs, Ella Scheck, Minnie Thompson, Car ria Wilson. Rosa Slater. No. enrolled 58. Per cent, attend ance 95. Tardy marks I Eldie Austin, SECOND INTERMEDIATE. Edgar Adams. Jas. Alexander, Mil ton Barnes, Henry Carroll, Phil Close, Warren Cowen. Stoddard uoioy, torn mv Danford. Albert ierren. wuue Hewetson. Albert Jones. Henry John son, Bennie Jonnson, urea iongiey, Frank Overbaugh, John Pennington, Ella West, George Troll, Charlie Web ber. Frank Williams. Maggie Ander son. Jessie Close. Emma Clark. Nettie Carter. Blanche Frazier, L;zzie Frazier, lev Kinnev. Daisy Longley. Annie Lindsay, Lillie Troll, Lena Umstead, Ada Weir, Carrie Williams. No. enrolled 5t. Per cent, attend ance 95. Tardy marks 2 Lena lui- hoff. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Harrv Alexander, Charlie Carroll Harley Darrah, Harry Finney, Lorain Johnson. Henry Meyer, Marry 1'en niogton. Jesse Troll. Willie Webber, Clara Alexander, uiara uarion, msry Clark, Sadie Gitfin, Jennie Kelley, Te resa King, Eliza Troll, Fannie Simp son, jmma nice. No. enrolled 3. Per cei.t. attend ance 95. Tardy marks 0. HIGH SCHOOL. Nettie Frazier, Emma Woodway, Ella Thompson. Anna Troll, Annie Patterson. Ettie Thompson, Lida An derson. Lucy Ofhcer, Annie White, Jessie Longley, El. Umstead, George Brown. Rutus nose, John Kitey, Har ry Boroff, Ed. Nelswanger, John Seid witz. No. enrolled 44. Per cent, attend ance 95. Trdy marks 2 Geo. Steen- rod, Jennie Anderson. It is tbe intention to send to parents a report of the trade, attendance, ana deportment' of each one of their chil dren, and we bone these reports win be carefully examined, this will be done each month, that parents may know the degree of regularity, dili gence, and behavior of tneir children, J. G. BLACK, Principal. a if For ton veins Tud's 1'IIIm have heen the r rofrms-'d NlniKtard Family Medfelne in the An. . xtio Stati. Scarcely a family can he loiiuti iiom Maikic to Mexico Uiut does not use them, it is now nmposed to make'tueir virtues known in the WkNT. A Situjle Trial will Establish their Merits. Do They Cure Every Thing? NO. They are for Diseases that result from MALARIAL POISON and a DERANCED LIVER, auch as Dyspepsia, Bilious and Typhoid Fevers Chills, Colic, Sick-Headache, Chronio Diarrhcsa, Nervousness, Dizziness, Pal pitation of the Heart, Neuralgia, Eheu matism, Kidney Disease, Chronio Con stipation, Piles, &o. 3STA.TITE.E WAENS YOTT . That Your LIVER IS DISORDERED When you have m Inll pain laMhou1lera; Cowted Tongue; Costive Bowels; M'elrhft In tne tfttomaefe after Eatlngr; ftoar ErurtM lions; Aver sion to Exertion of Rodj or Mind. BE ADVISED, and AT ONCE TAKE TUTT'S PILLS!! The first doae prodnees an effect which often aatonlHhes Ihe Nafferer, and in n ahort time follows mu Ap petite, good ls;eittion, SOLID FLESH ft HABD MUSCLE. THE WEST SPEAKS. "BEST PILL IN EXISTENCE." Dm. Tiitt :-I hare nwd voor Ptllt flbr DrtpmivWeslc EtDmach nd Nrvuuanea. 1 sever had snirtning to do me m much rood in the wmy of medicine. Tbe are u food aa yoo represent them. They are the beat Pill in Ixiatence. and I do all I ran to rnuirit others with their good merit. J. W. TiBBETTS, Dacota. Minn. Sold by DrafTer-ftta, or sent by Mali on receipt of 25 eeutn. Office. 35 Murray St., New York. Side Headache Positively Cured hy these Little Pills. They lso relieve uiairnw irom iiyspep aia. Indigestion and Too H ettrty Kati ng. A perfect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in tbe Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain in the Side, Ac. They regu late the Bowels and prevent Constipation and Piles. The small-1 est and easiest to take. Only one pill ft dose, i 40 in a vial. Purely Vegetable. Price 2i cents, i Bold by all Druggists. i CARTER MEDICINE CO,, Prop're. Erie, Pa. nvg viaie try man ror one dollar. Attachment Notice. George Gates, plaintiff; vs. Joseph Wilson, defendant. rjEFVR". James White. J. P. In and for lJ York township. KelmonteonBty. Ohio On the 21th day of September. IK78. said Jus tice lBKutd on order or attachment In the above action tor tbesam or $300. Said action will be for hearing: a' mv omce In said town ship, on the ijih day of November, 1X78, at 9 huvoiuuit, loin, uii JAS. WHITE. J. P. O CIOCE a. M. in in 7t 3t NOTICE. The. State of Oltio, Belmont county, fx: In the Court of Common Pleas of said county. Alexander L. Harper, plaintiff, vs. Fleming Fowlls, defendant. THE defendant, Fleming Fovplls, who Is a non-resident of the county of Belmont. and State ol Ohio, aud whose place of resi dence la unknown Will Take Notice That on the 2Ktn day of September, 1878. tbe piaiuun. Aiexanaer Ij. Harper, nieu nis pelt tlou in ine ierK'8 oiuceoi meuuuri oi com mon Plens within and for the county of tie! mont. and State of Ohio, therein averring that on the 21st day of April. 1868, the defend ant. FiemlDg Fowlls, executed and delivered unto hi in bis certain promissory note, calling for the sum of lottJ CO, due In one year after tbe date thereof, bearlug Interest at 6 percent ironi aaie. sou lurmer averring mai a ine same date tbe defendant, Fleming Fowlls, made and delivered unio him, for tbe purpose ol securing ine payment oi saia note, nis mortgage deed, ana did.tnen and thereby loi said purpose, eonvey unto him certain real estate, lands and tenements, situate In tbe township of warren, county or Heimont. and St ile of Ohio, aud known as and being the west nan oi ioi no. rj, or so muun inereoras lit s east oi the enst slope lor Hie out for the Central Ohio Railroad. Also, so rnuoboflot No. 80. If any. as lies east of tbe saia slone for tnecui tor iiieenirai unio tianroau; ail or wblcn are In tne town or uaruesvuie, Ohio. And Dravlnn that the amount dne blm on said note may be ascertained, and that said mortgage may be foreclosed, and said premis es may be sold ss upon execution at law, and the proceeds thereof may he applied toward the payment of tlie amount found due hi in, and firtvolher relief. Tbe said defendant, Fleming Fowlls. who Is non-resident of tbe county ot Hrlmont and State of Ohio, Is here by notified that be must appear and answer said petition on or before aith day of October. 1878. 8. L. JAME, , 10-3, 78-4 w. All y lor plaintiff. CARTERS fITTLE IVER Er PILLS. latasaMSiJMttawna New Advertisements. PIANOS ! Parlor Organ, price I&lO.oD- IKv raper rree. v r Ukaitt, Washington, Pa. OC FANCY CARDS w"h nmf-J1; 0 Gol-1; loO Myim;'Agt's Outflt 10c; Hull d Co, Hudson, N V. Of! Chroma Card (perfect beanttf', with na..-e. 10c; Ootfli 10c; TURNER CARD CO. Ashland, Mass. Ear Diseases. DrC E SHOEMAKER'S BOOK on 'DEAF NESS and Disease or the Ear and inelr proper treatment especially Bannln Ear. now 10 get mnKUKur rvuw iiviu pleasantnem or this disease; and a perfectly harmless and permanent care. A bonk ev ery family should have. Sent free to al' Reading, Pa. RIB! TJoFonn. Pnreative Pills make New Rich Ri,wwi .nil will eomnletely change the blood in tbe entire syslrm in tbree months. Any person who will take 1 pill each night from 1 n io ba m.v K restored to so in d bealtb. If such a thing la possioie. oeui oy mmi o . . T a muVCnV A PA n.nanr teller sunups, x. c .a.. u.. .w- The Antidote to Alcohol Found Found at Last. The Father Mathew Remedy. It Is a certain and speedy enre for Intem perance. It destroys all appetite ror aicouoi- io liquors and bunas up we nervous ieiu AtWI MOMWMWU, V. "J - I A .ln.,i. iMoniiAnfnl Will rPlllftVfi all mental and pnysicat aepressioa. i cares every kind of Fever. Dyspepsia and Torpidity of tbe Liver. Sold by all drupgiste Price C I per bottle. Pamphlet on "Alcohol. its Effects, and Intemperance as a disease,' . . " i,i,,K P.TWFft MATH EW TEMPKKAIl.i!i ana asm g w; oo ouuu Street, JN x. NAVY Awards 470 prut mi Ontenniftl EzpoHiiino 1 Jbn ttnf fwWUva nd eaelim mi lo, ij elar ttr MMMMf "W ILaorvif. Th. bft lolwcr. vr mle. As onr Mu, strip Irsde-Bisx k is clrMvlv imiiAtvd on infennr tonds, mw tbM JtKkvm'9 Bnt is ooeveryulug. SoldhvalMealrs. gvndforMnil. fr. lo C. A. JuiMl'i Co.. Mfrs-. Petersburg, V. Don't say humbug, but juJge for yourself. Sond for free lithograph ol 5-Ton 50 Freight Paid Sold an Trial Wagon Scale, all Iron and Steel, Brass Beam. Address, Jonea of Bingham ton, Binghamton, New York. I! LAME; : BACK. Bnmi'i Capblne Parens Planter is for lameness or weakness of tbe back. Rheu matism and ail local aches and pains, the best remedy known. It was invent ed to overcome tbe slow action of tbe ordinary Porous Plasters. It relieves pain at once, and cores wnere otner planter will not even relieve. Bold ev erywhere by Druggists. Price 2ft rents. AG! N- WANTED Kor Dr. MARCH'S tNEW BOOK! DARK TO DAWN. In tbis new volnme the Popular Author of Night Scenes In tbe Bible portrays wltb vivid and thrilling force and eloquence the events of Sacred Truth, and adds iresn lesu monv to the beaut v. Dathoe and sublimity ol the Stories ol the Bible. Agents will find this Book wltn its tparkllng thoughts, glowing style, beautiful .Engravings, and ricn oina ines. tbe best in the market. Terms Liberal. Circulars Free. Address J C McCUBDY CO, ciooinnatl, O. NOW KRi DY! The Jrnnd Arlilevements of STAN LEYoNLY $2.75 By Hon J.T. HEADLEY, the Prince of de criptive authors. Alullbistorv of his explo rations in Africa and marvelous journey down the Congo. A new exciting boon, brlt- 11 ilk. ....1.4 o .4 .to r. t tl Mi. Q II rt llirllllTll. scenes 1 danger; Is. profusely illuslratd; In puDiic eageriy swui iu xt.."a v,w fully. PA IITIPiM Beware of misstatements of In UhU I IUI terested parlies, but tend for Proof of genuineness and full description ol this work, also terms. ViobiZr&uu?a Agents Wanted. PARIS, 1378! At Every SWEET PP5 WnirLiSToliacco! SWEDEN, 187 PHILADA, 18JC. SANTIAGO, 1S7.: VIENNA, 1S7: PAEIS, 1S6: EXPOSITION FOR 12 YEARS HIGHEST HONORS Have Been Awarded tbe MASON & HAMLIN CABINET OBW1NS. At the Ifl'sris Exposition this year they ar awarded THIS GOLD MEDAL, tbe higbes recompenses', the dlsposHl of tliejury. iney have also received tbe UKAND HOLD MKD ALCIF SWKDES aud NORWAY. 187. No other American Organs have ever attained highest awards at ANY World's Exposition, bold for cash or payments. Latest Catalogues, with newet dries, prices. Ac. free. MASON llAiiLdN OttvJ AN CO. ' BOSTON. NEW YORK, or CHICAGO. ATVVOOD'S UININE TONIC BITTERS 1 The Best Tonic Bitters Ever Invented. IVANT OF APPETITE' is not in itself a disease, but simply an evidence thai disease exists in Ihe system, which must be cured bciure tbe patient can expect to relish what is eulen, or receive auy benefit from the food takeu into tbe Hlot.'ach. The tQUININE TONIC BI ITEItS will restoie the natural aps petite by ewing tne disease, not simply excK tlngtl he stomach by stimulants, the seconda ry etiocts ol wbiuh is only to add to tie cause Irom which a distaste lor food arutje, but making a perfect cure. Indigestion, Ihxpepria, and Sick Headache These diseases are more prevalent than any others; they prevail everywhere, and in this country are all but nniveral. A medicine thai can be relied upon aa a permanent cure for Ilium. Is tlietiuiuiue louic uiiiers. i ney can be taken wilnout any deleterious effect upon the syVtem, and will leave tbe patient with all the exuberant feelingj of health. The Quiuine Tonic Hitlers have been remarKaoty successful in restoring the distressed and de sponding dyspep. ic to perfect health. Thru krmthe heaU.hu well, and curt the tick, No one ever used them that diiTnot praise them. They will improve Ihe appetite, iacti itate digestion, give tone to the nervous sys tem, and vigor to the digestive organs; there' by Imparling health and strength. There is no temedv so good for' languor and debility, They are tbe best aromatic tonic- and atom' arhlcevpr made. f'OIl LADIES in delicate bealtb. persons of sedentary babits. and in all cases wnere a strength giving stimulant is required, the Bitters will be found Invaluable. Thepurfly of their composition never varie. Price SI.OO per Bottle. For sale bv dealers generally, and at whole- saieby WxaT Truai, Toledo, Ohio, and by StronoACobu, Cleveland, O., and R Jonbs & Bobs, Columbus, O. 9 26 w Fall and Winter Stock OF READY-MADE CLOTHING I LOUIS P. H0FFNER Has receivee and is now opening a A SPLENDID STOCK OF THE Latest Gooils ct tie Season! Consisting In part o Cassimeres, Cloths and Vesting s and Gent's Furnishing Goods ! Eats, Gaps and Valises! 7-REMEMBBER THE PLACE. Nearly apiHHsUe the Ml. Clnlr llelel. HT I LAlllKtiLiJS, i Esta cT IB HP S CID 9m9 Opposite Treasurer's Office. HUE A1TD FAMILY GROCERIES, PARTICULMt ATTENTION GIVEN TO HAVING Pure Spices. Fine Teas, and Choice Coffees. ALWAYS IN STOCK. CTOur stock is complete, and we confidently of prices. We shall continue to use Best Goods at as Reasonable Prices as possible. Call and see the QUEEN Just opened, and everything else in our line. 1-10 m. Tn-s AKt int Bess rxwEmsggSi w V FINE AND CHEAP AA QUALITIES. usl 44 ask an inspection of Goods and comparison every effort to give our friends splendid stock of SWA RE, We know we can do you good. utuiiuti jr,rsu.i. GANG PLOWS! tar loi. SULKIES &?. R FULL DESCRIPTION AND PRICES SEND YOUR. ADDRESS. TO COLLINS &CO 212 WATER ST NEW YORK CITY. OLD, TRIED, iXD TRUE. People are gettlnc aeqaatnted-awl those whs an not ought to be-wlta the wonderful Becttaok that creat ASMiicaa Sentedy, to MEXICAN Mustang Iaiiiment, FOE WAN JLND BEAST. - TMs liniment very naturmny originated in Ameri ca, where K stare prorldes in her laboratory such surprising antidotes for the mslartlM of herchU. dren. Its fame has been spreading for 35 years, until now it encircles the habitable globe. The Mexican Kustang Liniment isamatchlM remedy forali external ailments of man and beast. To stock owners sad farmers it Is Invaluable. A single bottle oftea sstcs a human life or re stores the tuefulnen of aa excellent hone,oxa cow, or sheep. 1 It cores foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow horn, gmb, screw-worm, shoulder-rot, mange, the bites an4 sttogs of poisonous reptiles and insects, and every such drawback to stock breeding and bash life. It cores every external trouble of horses, such as lameness, scratches, swinny, sprains, found., wind-call, ring-bone, etc., etc. - The Merloni Mustang Liniment is the quickest .core in the world for accidents occurring In the family. In the absence of a physician, such as boras, scalds, sprains, cats, etc, and for rbenma tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par ticulariy T&loable to Miners. It Is the cheapest remedy in the world, for tt penetrates the muscle to tho bone, and a single application Is generally sufficient to ears. - Irericsn MastangT.lnlmrat Is pot up in three sixes of bottles, tbs larsor ones being proportion, atebinach the cheapest. Sold everywhere, t:t SkesMFa Sal. Thomas C Hambleton TS. Samnol Ualbraitii. BYvlrtne of a writ ol execution lssned and to me directed from the Court ol Coratt on Pleas of Tuscarawas eoonty, Ohio, i will offer for sale on the premises where property Is Ion cated, on . Saturday, October 12, 1S7S, commencing at 10 o'clock A M. on said day, the following personal property, viz Tbe three-filths interest in one lot of wheat on tbe land or Tbos Hopkins, tbe two-sixths interest of Corn on ground of Thos Hopkins; one and one half stacks of Hay on B ettie Cash's land; one lot ol Corn in ground on lands of George Win rod. Terms of Sale Cash. WM O KINNEY, Sheriff. 28, 78. SREMFrS SALE. BELMONT COMMON PLEAS. First National Bank St Clairsirllle, -vs. Joseph Idding etal, BY virtue of avendl exponas In tbe above case issned and to me directed from tbe Court of Common Pleas of Belmont county, Ohio, I will offer for sale on the premises of AY Henderson, on Tuesday, October 15, 1878, commencing at 10 o'clock A M. on said day, the following personal properly, vlx: 275 bead of Sheep; 100 bead of lambs; 2 bay Horses. 8 yeais old, 2 bay Mares, 1 y ar old: 2 bay Colts, 2 years old; 3 Milcb Cows; 4 bead ofyouug Cattle; head of Hogs, 1 Champion Mowing Macnine; l cpring wagou, a iwu, horse wagon, 1 drain Drill. Term ol Hale Cash. WM Q KINNEY, Sheriff. Cowen. Att'y. 26, St: Administrator'!! Notice. "IVTOTICKIs hereby given that in the Probate XV, Court or Belmont county, unio.tne nnuer Bicned was appointed and qualitied as Ad min 1st ralor of the estate of isaso Clevlngor. deo'd. late of said county. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against said estate will present mem uuiy antnentieatea tor settle ment. 1 U ULKVIMiKK, U B tLEVIAUHR, 9 28, TS-St. Admr's. AGENTS WANTED! Med. and Dip. awarded forHOLMANtt Ti.w;l UiVtloo f NEW J. lULUllOil UlUltO I 2,0011 Illustrations. Address for new circulars, A. J. HULMAU A CO.. -H Arch Ht.. Pbia. IF YOU Want a HARM or HOME Itb lndei.f udence anu plen ty In your old age. Tbe Best Thing in tbe Went IS THE Atchison.Topeka & Santa Fo II. It. J1J'iiS .V -V.I.V. Iroulars I'ee. Aclf Itb Map. giving full lnlormatlon, Aet'g Land Com'r Address A B Johnson, frpeka, Ks mini UCD CDrr Seven shot Kevolv niULi r.n nibb Irdcea. Address, J. Bown Bon, in won m. Address, J Bt, PltUburgU, I'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 - - A Fbsiobt L Chicago Garrett ' Defiance.... 4 Fostoria Tiffin 4 Sandusky.. 4 Monroeville. 4 Chicago Jun 4 Shelby June 4 Mansfield. 0 10am 8 60pm 4 45pm 6 40 4 7 09 4 . 7 10 -800 8 40 4 915 9 43 11 13 10 00pm ' 845a m 527 4 7 25 4 440 am 820 4 1 55 pm 3 18 4 10 45 am . 7 54 7 43 8 30 12 15 pm 9 30 a m 1 25 3 00 ' 425 4 10 06 4 10 34 12 05 p m Mt Vernon. 7 18 p m Newark 12 15a m 1 10 9 20 ' 4 Columbus... Cj Columbus... 4 Shawnee..... 4 Newark 4 Zanesviile... 4 Cambridge. ' Barnes ville. A Bellaire..v.. 4 Wheeling... 4 Washington 4 Baltimore... 4 Philadelphia 4 New York.. 5 50 4 3 10 4 CUMBEBL'D 10 45pm 13 40 ' 4 50pm 9 55 am - Aocom. 12 30am 2 00 Dm 5 55 a 1 40 4 2 57 4 7 10 4 2 40ara 3 53 4 8 14 3 38 4 4 58 4 918 4 4 50 ' 610pm 10 40 4 5 45 4 7 15 4 11 53 4 8 00pm 7 30 am 9 10 4 8 40 4 3 20am 1 45 pm ........... 6 45 4 5 10 ZANEsvn.i.s Accommodation will leaveCo lumbus daily except Sunday at 5.15p. u.t and arrive at zanesviile aio.iup. m., siuppiug at all Stations. WESTBOUND. Stations. Exp. Exp. Ctjmbkei.'d Accom. L New York... 8 15am 8 55 pm Stops 4 PhiladelDhia 11 45am 11 55 4 all Sta-" Baltimore... 6 00pm 7 10 a m tiona. Wasliiniton 7 15 4 8 35 4 Wheeling... 8 25am 11 35 p m Bellaire...- 8 50 11 50 4 ' 4 BarnesviHe.. 10 07am 12 59 am Cambridsre... 11 10 1 56 am 4 30pm 5 10 - -6 34 7 37 4 8 50 4 4 Zanesviile....-12 20 pm 3 10 A Newark 1 25 pm 4 15 10 00 4 Columbus.... 3 10 5 50 4 Mixko 4 Shawiiee...., L Columbus... 4Newark Mt. Vetnon 4 Mansfield.... 4 Shelby 45 9 35 4 & Fbeiuht 12 40 2 10 . 305 4 25 .. 4 53 10 45pm PASs'eEB 4 2dam o UUp m 5 24 4 6 50 4 718 4 910 4 10 00 4 8 15 4 912 4 9 39 4 718 11 00 A Monroeville. 6 08 4 Sandusky.... 7 00 ' L Chicago June 6 00 4 600 9 40 10 58 4 Tiffin - 1 w Fostoria 7 40 Defiance...... 9 49pm 11 34 a ra 4 45 p m Garrett 11 40 1 2opm 6 30a A Chicairo 6 00 4 7 25 Fieures West of Iseilaire inclusive ure Columbus time: fieures East of Wheeling in elusive. Baltimore time. Zajssviixk Aocommodatioh leaves Zanes viile daily except Sunday at 6.15 a. m., and ar rives at Columbus at 9.15 a. k. ttppingat all Stations Fast Express runs daily. Express .jtilr on Central Ohio Division: daily exct-nt SuikImv on Lake Erie and Chicago Division. Oilier Trains daily except Sunday. Thos. P. Bakbt, Western Pa&s'r Ag't, l in cinnati. L. M. Colk. Gen'l Ticket Ae't, Ealiin.' re. C. H. HcdsoS, Sup't Trans. Ohio Divitiiin Chicaga National Paning Hills t - AND LUMBER YARD, BRIDGEPORT, 0., J R. BAGS & SONS, PROP'S ManTifkfittLrers of Doors, Sash, Shutters, Fniine, Sl . ld ings, liracKets, raungs, omir iui. . ings, BaJlustera, Kews, and DRESSED LUMBER, Of every description and Jealers in X.um"ber, Rh.ingles, ; Scantlino-, 3Lath, Joists, fYftme-Timber, Fir Brick and Ballders' Material In General. Garnets ana Oil GMs. Wall Paper, Widow Shades, Mats,. Rites and Table Covers House Furnishing Goods, A larser stock and greater variety than can be on nd In any other establishment In this city and at prices lower than offered for many yean. Persons going to nousekeeping out save money by giving us a call. HARBOUR & DITTMAN, 143 MAIN STREET. W1IEEMXG.W.VA. ml a a week In your own town. Out nt. No risk. Header, If you want a business st which person of either sex can make great pay airthe time tbey work, writ for particulars to ii. UAtajTrr a Uo, rriiaa' ina. 66 at Chronicle Printing- CfSce. MmontCQronfcTe PIB8T-CLA3 -ASI- Job Printing ffice MAIN 8TKEKT, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, TKBitB Or SUBSCRIPTION . $2 00 PEEYEAE. A LARGE, HANDSOME 32 - Column Newspaper, Republican In politics, yet courteous nd lair In 1U treatment of all questoins; devoted particularly to General and Local News, Choice Miscellany, Market Reports, ate. TO ADVERTISERS- LOOK TO YOUR HT! SAVE TIE Al MET! If you June Merchandise to Sell, If you have Property to Rent, If you have Property to BeU cr Trade, If you waI to AdeerUte your Budneu, nil Uiil4S4iirfae nf Dasnla Hnrxi I Cll DIUIIHUUC4 VI I (vsl Cat, WilbB BY ADVERTISING Ilf The Belmont Chronice! IPitiii This Establishment is prepared tc dos of Job Printing at short notice," and on most reasonable terms. Special attention paid to tbe neat and exp dltlona printing of SMALL OR MAMMOTH 'PI WAUCTION BILLS.-M S3-8ALE BLLL8," M-PAMPHLETS,- S-rROGRAMMEa,- Letter Heads, Bill Heads, CARDS LABELS, . . 8HIFP1NO TAGS, CIRCUIiARH, STATEMENTS. CHECKS Blank Orders Blank Receipts, MORTCACES AND BLANKS ! CARDS CIV EKYEtCPES ! And a kinds of Printing In Plain Black and Fancy Colors ? Estimates furnished for all kinds of work upon sample being sent." AnJreaa Belmont .Chronicle ; fcT. uihstii.le, ; onio . WHY SHOULD I BUY MY Clothing from Thomas Hughes & Co., - t " - v. a . W II E E Ii I X" o ? 1st Bit-anse they boy In large quantities, have unequaieil facilities for baying, and. therefore, can alT.ird to sell for leas than those not having such advantages. S I. They have a large corps of FIRST-CLASS CU'lTfcKn, and yon are more certain to get a fit than anywhere else. 3d. They soil only for east), - and do not ebame you anything for losses tbey would have lo sustain if they were doing credit business. We have Reduced the Price M everything In onr line, and propose to sell Kit Class Uoods aa low as thev can be told aiiywhere. With Increased facilities for man- ot . during, and with a Compile Stock of Spring Gooils New In store. In connect Inn wttb the very lo prices at wbleb we proooM to sell them. w are assured that we can make It greatly t the advantage of all to favor as withaeaiL. Trices marked In plain Ogarea. Thomas Hughes & Co.,. Merchant Tailors Coa..Twu.rra a Watsb 2m. A. 8RAH0M & SONS, Jf Jwlesale Grocers, BANK-riTREET. umoaBFORT, onio.