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T HE SPIRIT Or DEMOCRACY.
HENRY H. WEST, ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . "A anion of hearts, union of hand, -it A anion of 8tates none may wk; ' . , A union of lakes, a nnion of lands.- dd tH Flag or oust Umior Forxtkb." ! Address til letters. r ' 1 V Thi Smrr or Dimockact,' Woodsfleld, ; Monroe County, " ' r--fi- v Ohio. 'TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1884. . ." :i i: - " ' ITational Democratic Ticket. ' ' FOB rJtSJDTlNT, t V GROVER CLEVELAND, 01 Kcht Tartu ..1 FOB TICB rRKSIDEHT, . THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. . ' I fn Jiegtortat Large, T. K. POWELL, Delaware. , A. V. RICE, of Putnsm. lit District Michael Rysn, Id 'MB 4tta ; '6h 7ih 8th -9th ,10tk.' 11th Hth ; 13h 14th .15th 16th 17th J8th -jvio ioth lis. Under Democratic Administration the 1 It appears that Capt. J. D. Tailor, amount of money held lo the Treasory I Judge Advocate and Home Guard, is for each citizen was red need to SI 05. Under Republican rule it rose rapidly from II 05 to Id 41. The Republican party Hods it necessa ry to bold aix times as mueh of each man's money as the Democratic party held. ' I tea years of Democratic Ad minis t rati on the nine of froperti ircbea'zd 126 FBR CERT. la ten years of Republican rule it in. ereased only 4ft per ctnt. The coumtbt oairfd in seheral fro' feritv. three tines as fast vhder Dem ocratic AS URDER RfFCBLICAR CONTROL, while the rats of population was also greater. The Republican boys who bet against Warner's and Driggs' majorities in Mon roe County dropped tbelr funds. Spirit More money and property was won by Republican of Monroe County on War ner's majority than lost. This fact is well known to Ibe editor of the Spirit, but if be disputes it, we will publish a list of the bets and let the people see who is right. Jfojiroa Gazette. We dispute it. Publish the list. Presidential Election, November 4ta. Tuesday 8t Clairtville Gasotte. J The friends of Col. Tat lor will ptease explain, ifie why and the wherefore of a certain draft for $25 sent by him to a certain ward worker in Martin's Ferry which was cashed by a saloon keeper the day before the election. If it takes 925 to Ox one Republican worker in Martin's Ferry, how , much waa dropped by the Colonel in the whole county ? And how much in the district f not satisfied with the dressing be receiv- ed at the hands of the people of this district on the 14th inst. He proposes to contest the seat of Gen. Warrir in the next Congress. Of coarse, all Jo seph expects is to draw about 83.C00 from the U. S Treasury in the way of expenses or the contest. Everybody knows his expenses were heavy in the campaign, but it is putting it a little steep to demand reimbursement from the U ii ted States Tressury. But the Tailors always were of a grasping disposition Done by Manipulation. New York Tridune. In the Seventeenth District Col Tsy- or, , the Republican candidate, carried four counties, including Washington.the borne of Gen. Warner, the Democratic nominee; hat by manipulation in Mon roe County, it was made to wipe out the Republican majority in the other four counties, thus electing Warner. m m mm. Io some ot the besviest Democra'ic counties suspiciously large Democratic gains were reported at the last moment, and there in little doubt but that J. D. Taylor was beaten by frauds in the Dem ocratic county of Monroe, which reports several hundred more votes than ever before, and lust enough to. overcome Taylor's heavy majorities in the other counties. "Frauds in the Democratic connty of Monroe," is the burden of the Republi can complaint since the election.' The men who circulate the charges know them to be false. Let the citixena of Monroe rally to the election on Tuesday, November 4th, and place their stamp upon all such slanders and falsehoods, by giving an increased majority for CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. M M M H' Thomas J.Stephens,' : Levi O. Gould, ; George W. Houk, Calvin S. Briee, Thomas B. Holland, j Robert Mr-Kelly, John D. Kerr, -Henry T. Van Fleet, Dennis Cogblin, George W. Pettit, David Armstrong, Orsamus E Niles, '." , Jacob J. Johnson, Daniel H. Gaumer, Jeremiah J. Sullivan, William Lawrence,,' Juntas C. Ferrall,. David L. Rockwell, .-' Lewis P. Ohliger, . : Robert Blee. ' . If there were frauds in the count in Monroe County why, have not the ml nority Judges of the election reported them? The men who make such charges know them to be. basely false and mall cious. - -Demccra's, go to the polls on Tues day, November 4th, and fling the Repub lican insults and slanders back into their faces,', by polling an inerea$ed msjority for CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS. Democrats, resent the insults of the Republican press at the election on Tuesday, Novem ber 4th. What 'county is it that this com plaint is made about the School Exami oers ? Monroe Gazette. Guernsey . County. Prof. McBurhit Republican School Examiner of that county, wrote letters to teaehers In which be requested them to vote for Tailor for Congress. And cited bis educational bill, snd said he was the particular friend of educational interests. His letter' was published in the Cambridge Jejfersonian the week before the election. , " President!! Election, Tasday, November 4th. - - .7 ",- 1 -;, Thi Tammany , Democrats are ' Cleveland and HxNDRicks. v. ; for Tax business men of New York are for Clivklard snd Herdricks. . i ' . , Examine Your Tickets before volin?. Blair Is making "bloody shirt1 speeches hi Indiana. He has dropped 'bis tariff nctions. . ! - ' ' . Tne Ticket; r Committee in each township should be . watchful on election day. v They alt told ns that Monroe would not Rive Warner brer 1000, but to make It sure we purchased enough to allow her ZOOO.-Mariet'a JUg((er; Repablioan. . , . , ; . -; -i o That is, Tailor's money purchased enough in Belmont, Guernsey, Noble and Washington to give him 2,120 ma jority In those counties. Is that your meaning V 1 We give yon credit for an honest confession. Ton expected that Monroe would meet you with 2,000 ma jority for Warrer, and then you could yell over a msjority ol 120 votes In the district for Tailor. . Vote for Clitelahd and Hekdricks and an Honest Administration of the ' Affairs of ths Government. , ' : Blairc Is beaten. Rally, boys, on ' Tuesday , November 4th, and give 'em s whirl they ivffl not soon forget. ' ": Tbr Monroe Oaietf is persistent In Its refusal to permit its readers to see the Blaihe-Mbilioar letters In its columns. , aBB, n I i t ' .- ,'" 1 - m ' ' : ... i Tbb Monroe Gazette, its Mail Agent . assistant and Cspt. Tailor are all sick nigb onto ueatb. They cry tond and long. Bee Oazttte ot 24'.h Inst. ,Tbe) have onr sympathies, . , .,,. .( roLLoiriifii right upon the heeli of the . Ohio election eossee the word that the ''cotton mills nt Fall River, Massachusetts, ' have shut down for an indefinite period, Ikrowing 10,000 people out of work. I V V The Committees . ; ' ..AppofBlew in the several townships In -'this county before the October election ' "are 'continued on doty nntil the clow of the Polls on Tuesday, November 4tb ft ' ' ' Iemobrats resentthe ;lnsralts of ; the IlepviDli can ' prewsi at the Eiec ' -Hoti'' on Tuesday ' No- !Vember4th.' i l' ' .... . , ' ; : " Look Out ,:(.., ,., For s'lanaers on' election day. Spot kibem;; aad 1f they attempt to tote, send ; them o to Jail. : The doors' of the Fen- 1 itentiary sro standing . wide open to re ceive them. , m i ' r' - J'''' - - Dentoerats Spo?; alf strangers on election day. No vemher 4th.rs If ,tfcey ; attempt to vote bave them, arrested and sent np to Jail Tb(i'eors, of the Penitentiary are Btsndiig wide open to receive them, " Know Nothing Blaine. That Blaine was a leading Koo Nothing there is no doubt. In 1876 he waa one of the editors of the Kennebec Journal Below is a .'acsimile of the beadiog on the editorial page of that pa per : THE KENNEBEC JOURNAL AUGUST, MAINE. AUOCST 12, 1856. Jas. G. Rlairi f" Jas. BaxrER. Elttors DEMOCRATS, Up and at Them Again. The same Democratic rote that was cast on the 14th Will give Ohio's Electoral Votes to Cleveland, If cast at the November election. a To the Democrats of Uonro LOOK TO TOUR TICKETS. Before you vote on Tuesday, N vem- her 4, see that your tickets have on them the names of G ROVER CLEVELAND j and THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. You . will Not have to Fight against Such fearful Odds. ' Senate Chamber, Washington, Dec. 30 lc 13 b,j 1880. Drab Sir: Find enclosed my draft See that they have on them the names 'or $25,000 in payment -f my suhacrip I. . . e a of the two Electors at Larce. on me nope r urnacn eiKe.pn.e. 0 . i . - V.-aw rtMtfa1I il.i i a. . . i I : lJ irsurvi " oee mat mey nave on mem tne name - j.its q Blairk ' of the .21 District Electors. n. nai. is tfinri I MufW f A W awv, Vote the entire ticket as printed R ceived from James G. Blaine, 25, Lion i scratcu a name off. Vote ine 19 ',50, bung payment in ia i tor one ticket straight from top ta bottom". ' i share In the Association iormed for the Th.mm.ho a.k. fnn in .nrntr-h a f urcnase 01 lanns anown .p iuo nope The enemy Cannot concentrate the Entire force of the Govern meat, The Moneyed Monopolists, the Re peaters, etc., Into Ohio in November, as they will have Other States to look After. Dudley and his Secret Agents will not be here To corrupt the Ballot Box. Rally Your Forces at Once.' Work for the : election of honest Grover Cleveland And the Condemnation of the many Frauds that have Been perpe ted by the Republican Leaders. - name, or names, and tells yon it will make no difference, is a rascal. ; - Vote the ticket as printed,' and yon will make no mistake.-- R ad the names on the ticket printed in this paper, and, compare aqi see that they are the same on the ticket you vote on Toesday, November 4th - - one. Vote stratsht for CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS and the Electors, and work for their success. Victory in -: Ohio at the November Election is Yonrs if you Buckle on the Armor and ' the' good .fight fiht THE AMERICAN TICKET. v For President, MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vioe President, ANDREW J. DONALDSON, ' of Tennessee. . ''Put None bat Americans on Guard." This settles the matter. . It is also sus ceptible of proof that Blairc wrote the Madiqan circular in 1875, when he ap pealed to the voters of Maine to re ect a candidate because be was an Irishman and a Catholic. No self-respecting Irishman can vote for such a candidate, even though he sympathize with the general policy of the Republican prlf.ffdrtford Tele gram. Home Guard FosterWrltes to Home Guard Taylor. . ' Oaernsey Time, Taylor's Organ. 4 . Fostoria. Oct, 16, 1881. Mr Dear Tailor ; You made a most eallant fight, and I suess'won it.' That vote in Monroe is packed fraud.' Tour canvass was a great help to the State ticket, and the Republicans of Olio owe their thanks to you for the help you gave them. Tours very truly, Chas. Fobtxr.1 Tailor's canvass may have been a great belp to the State ticket, but he knows that it was not to his pocket book. ' ' ' Chas. FovrER, e3-Gvernor of 0:iio, a packed liar, and Knew it wnen ne penned the above io regard to Monroe Connty. ? ,. -i Tax vote for Secretary , of State in The citlxens of Monroe County, without Regard to party, should re sent the insults ot the Republican press at the Polls on Tuesday, No vember 4th. Ohio is as follows: R biason, Rep., Newman, Dam Plurality, Morris, Pro., Herald, G. B.. Ribtoson's plurality, 391.69- 880,275 11,324 9 857 ,3.580 Hocking Vallsy. BLAINE MORE THAN SUSPKCTED OF PCEYAC1CATI0N ? ? ? Or, Dcwurlght Lyinjr ! ! 1 ! SOMETHING- - NEW TO- Furnace tract, si oated in Vinton and Athens counties. O"nio. " " , .., J N. Dxrior, Agent, Bar Harbor, Me. July 22, 1884. ' I beg to say that I am not and nevei have been the owner of any coal lands or iron lands, or land ot any character whatever in the Hocking" Vtlley, or io anwpart o O ii. Nor have I at any time owned a. share of stock in any coal D m't be deceived, or cheat'd by any iron, or land company in tie State of . ' 1 'Very tincerelv, ' JAMES G. PLUNE -! Bloina eoes upon the idea, that a Lis well stuck to is na good as the truth. Oimmpnt ia nnnpRP.aart t '' :i ! DESPEUATltADICALS. - Trying" to , Purchase) Prominent Democrats lor jsiaine. Suit The Times. On acconnt of tbe drouth and sraMhoppera. eanainff Mrere Iokmw of erope to our oaatomara. we deem it our duty to nhare a part of tbe Iom hj reducing price on all oiawen of a-ood tuld br u, lower than evr known in Eastern OLlo, to prompt Vbort eredit and eatk barat s We aarry . . i - . , i The Biggest 7 Retail Stock of cboioe merohnndiee to be found in tbla or adjoining- counties, and know we ean eoariae. tbe moat .kepwcai as io pneet ior gooa goxu, ,-, 13 437 11,324 ; ; 2.113 r Robirsoh's plurality over Newjiar is 11 324, while the msjority against Rob inson, on the total vote cast, is 2,113. . ' Official Concessional Yotev . . : Tbe following Is the otflciil majorities by counties in this . Congressional Dis trict : . . 1 . A FAIR PROTECTIVE TARIFF. MoRroe, Warner, .. , ' , Belmont, Taylor, ' 560 Guernsey, " . . 1032 N .ble, ' 438 Washington," - m 90 Total, 2120 2337 2i8Q7 s "plsen to the Guern- sey lime, i a r lob's organ, ami the Ue- publican press generallv.. .. . Pay No Attention To stories put in circulation between now Snd elec'ion 1av November 4'.Q. Ohio BcrrALO, Outober 22. Since the re Is full of Special Pension Agents. . They ceipt of tbe news from O'io it ha. been have no power to grant or revoke a pea- evident that tbe Republicans of this city - a .aiJ I . . 11 sion. soiatere, near mis in mino. , were reaucea to aesperaie strars.. inr burning of the Third ward 12 warn was TFnniiaMl I. l -.. i -j -, ' v. , ,--. line nr. toinz taiu 10 ineir .oubtk', To soldiers that their pension claims to-day comes a charge of a point-blank will be advanced if they vote the Repub- attempt at bubery by the ofler ol monej an fib ' va Ahn.rr falaahAnita " tW' 1 ,DS 10 Oneri. The Republican mrjority in Ohio, on nga i o comp ismg juies . y on.n. Secretary of St. e, the bead of the tk. .'n- ".t Wnk. on"th et, is only 1124. Boys, rally on Tues- voanB IrUh orator, John H. Clgan,: ot day, November 4 h. and belp to give the Dunkirk. N T. Mr Cutter introduced elector! votes of Ohio to CLEVELAND I himself as treasurer of the Eighth ward , IR-Dublican club, and Mr. Green as i s : . ., , irrestaeni.: nr.uo i oeaieu uuuoci- Wn ti.a in.nita n,l aland-ra at thft on the e 'ee of Colcan's bed and expa Republican press upon the people of Tm. .r.Tn . a . I A 1 IO II VaJII V V Vm "CHi WVIV W w ... j Monroe county on tne nrst page ot mis . . toi BIaJnet He arjroed. that paper, ana men go io ius pons on Irish ci'izens were sure ol mote gener ember 4th, and resent them by voting ous recogtiiti n and support as R pub and workinu for . CLEVEL VND and I cans than as Democrat! HENDRICKS and Honest Government. satar showko him the world He closed with tbe statement tnat.: n The Cohklihq Republicans of Utica. was authoiized to offer Mr. Coleao $50 N;w York, the home ot Seoator Conk a night and a poaiiin in the Interior ..L- Deoartment or tbe Treasury, with at . . I la.., I Rim . rir tn lh vvnt nl Re , T j r. . ..oi v,ivv i . mey aenounce dlains re.u.o ?U BI1hiiB.n .Be.a.. if he would abandon aopport bim. They claim that there are lhe csnse ot Cleveland and advocate that 900 Stalwarts in the connty who will of Blaine. As an alternative an offer ot vntA for CT.KVELAND and HEN 250 wa made for a sioirle speech rc DRlCKS ":! pudia'ing Cleveland, to he delivered on tne same piauorm, i a Aicnani iu-icj Va v,nn loi'a nil an m thp Polls on at a m"etina: to be held in tne rirsi ... - - l . . ... Tuesday,' November 4th, and run our ard ntxt itinrsday nignt. air. voigan rn.tr.piit nn to " flrm'.v refused to consider the ofler, say - T-V mg mai ne wa. auppunm); iub;wwu- yw-. a , crane fresiilenttai ticset aa a matter oi We can do it. Wnen the Republican ptinciple end that he wonia not turn .i.r.ror. nt t.h FennlA of Monroe renegade for Sl.UUU a niaoi. uis ti . k.. a .a, I . a. a 1 ail.. I county see the flurea tney wm leei rs tuen i narew, expiesaintt nm that thev have tried bulldozioz once wo regret that he baa let slip wust tuey con ...... I , ..t- . . :. .it.i. often. siaereo me areai opoorauy u . Ton Can Have It, "My dear, what would I give to have your hair?" is often sM'lby middle-aged Utiles to young ones Madam, you mat have just such hair. Parker's Htir Ba' sam wi I k-ive it to you. It will stop vour hair from tallmi off. restore the We never refuse good pay. . Money wpl buy krfirta.- jy quota aa fallowc ; J 'A r 2Q j)Ounds good Sugar for $1. ' ' ' 1 " ' ' '"' 1 ' Best Standard Calico, at 4c .peT yaTd." " An iMMXifsi'STOCat. Standard Brown "Muslin at 6ic per yard. . - i ' Yard wide Bleached Muslin, good, at 6ib per yard. s ; .Standard Granulated Sugar 12 pounds for $1. English Soda 6 pounds for 25V -. 5 : rC Wheeling Nails. $2 45 per keff.r SteelJS'aila (2 50. - ; Gootl Teas at 25c per,Iound.' ,, 'JBest Koastecl Coffee at 15c. Full : ... v Va mae to quote more; we bare a ' y ..!..'..-. , s; 7 ' . x - ' Line in , : Every Clas of TjEoocl. . .... ' if..- ' - . y and will pay jour expeneea it we don't show yea a flae stock and at ' " , , RICBD than yon eaa bay tham at retail In any towa around na. Wt rntet any and all aotapetitioa. tAwae and you wm receive kina aKjnuun ironi geuteei aaieemen. ' 3,-tvttt aTad;- ..... jr-.-iC.,;. !. ni f ;; ', !? nj i -.i President Cleveland i ::: ,.-f -a Will be Inanguraterl March 4, 1885. !rheBanncri)eraocra(icNews- paper of .the Union. The National Democratic Platform Indorsed by Grover Clevleand. - The editor of the SmiT la sick over tbe State election, snd the small majority for Warner. ' Tbe 2100 msjority b promised Warner in the district counted out according to bis own ngores zu He cannot tell what became 1,883 vo ters who were to make np the msjority claimed of him for Warner in tbe dis trict. Monroe Qazelle. Not a bit sick. Never felt better over aa election. With the Republican party of the United S ateaand 81,000,000 in money to aid yon, y,our party barely es caped with life. We'll lick yon out of sight io Ohio on November 4 b. . , We were a little off on Wabreb's ms jority in the district, but our claim of ,400 in Monroe we ery nearly the mark, . We are sMtsSed. Are yon r ; ,.Thonsands, ' : i nt TfpnnFirraTr ' rlocoments hye been p aent out over ' Monroe Connty . They will fail to convince any one that Blaise '' ls an honcBtv truthful man, Thar record, . Jo bis-own barrJwritlnz, is against trim. Presidential ' Election. Tuesday, November 4th. ' lYeatentlol NornibeKtU. .meetlon Ttakfeyv hi- TitiVo the tweinji yesrsrfroa 1840 to M 860, as compared witU twenty Bfepubli can years, I860 to 1880, we And tbe In ; crease of population to have been 84 per eest dttrlog the former perlsd and only 59 per oent during he UU. ; "WE DEFT - The New Yori; Tribune, Commercial Gazette, Cadiz Republican, Barnes Tille Republican, Bellaire Tribune, Oaernsey Times, or any other Re publican paper, or lying correspond ent of that party," to find one re spectable . Republican in Monroe County r who will say, under oath, that he has any knowledge of fraud in - the . vote, or in the count of the ballots, at the election held on Oc tober 14th. The editor of the Mon roe Gazette, the Republican paper here, is ' the leader of the party in this county and watches every move, and he will not say that there was any fraud connected with! the vote or count in Monroe County. ' The cltlzenawf Moaroe County, f? ithouf retard te party, should resent the Insults of the Republi can press nt the Polls on Tuesday. November 4th, i - - Tbe bill reducing the tariff on wool was recommended by tbe tariff commis sion, which was a Republican body ap pointed by "a Republican President.' Tbe bill was prepared by a Republican committee on Ways and Means. .." It was introduced into the House by f'Pig Iron" Kellt, ss Chairman . of the Committee on Ways and Means. , ' v. It was passed by a Republican Boose e(" Representatives ' Pt was passed .by a RepaWiean Sen ate; ;. .;' ' :: ,: '.' 'I'1. ' ' .).'' -: It Was signed by a Republican PresI dent,:;' '.. ; , 4. j ,t ' K 'anything: move wa retired to make the reduction of tariff on wool a Republican' measure, the Republicans will please point it out. "We bel'eve that labor is best rewar ded where it'is freest and most enlight ened It should therefore be fostered and cherished." "The Democratic partv Insists that It is the duty of this government to PRO TECT with equal fidelity and vigilance the rights of its citizens, native and nat uralized, at home and abroad." 'We deinand in bebalt of the Democ racy freedom for AMERICAN LABOR by reducing tsjes to the end that these United States may compete with the un hindered powers for the primacy among nations in all the arts of peace and fruits ol liberty." ' ,' ' "The great issue of reform and change in administration is submitted to the people in calm confidence that tbe popo lar voice will pronounce in favor of new men and new and more faithful condi tions tor the growth of industry, the ex tension of trade the employment and due reioard of Lahor and of capital and tbe general welfare of the whole country.1 , "In making reduction in taxes it is not proposed to injure any dometic ihdcs- THirs, but rather td promote their heal th! growth.- From the foundation of this Government taxes collected at tbe Custom House have been the chief sonrce of Federal revenue. Such they mutt con tinue to be. Moreover, many industries have" come if rely vpon legislation or successful continuance, so that any change of law must be at every step regardful of the labor and capital thus involved; the process of to form most be subject in the execution to this plain die' ate of justice All taxation shall be limited to the re qnirements of economical government, Tbe necessary reduction in taxation ean and most be effected WITHOUT DE PRIVING AMERICAN LABOR OF THE ABILITY, TO COMPETE SUC CESSFULLY WITH FOREIGN LV BOR. AND WITHOUT IMPOSIN3 LOWER RATES OF DUTY THAN WILL BE AMPLE TO COVER ANY INCREASED COS T OF PRODU.C TION WHICH MAY EXIST IN COS SEQUENCE OF THE HIGHER RATK OF WAGES PREVAILING IN THIS COUNTRY." Pfcifom Unani mously Adopted by the. National Conven tion of the Democracy at Chicago. . , This is the authorized expression of the great Democratic party of the coun try as officially aet forth "on the tariff question. Upon this declaration Gov. Cleyelabd has unequivocally planted himself. '" : - , Tbe citizens ot Monroe County, without regard to party, should re sent the Insults ol tue Republican press at tlie Polls duIuejrlay, No vember 4th. ' , Majority for Warner, 2120 217 - Gov. Hendricks on the Tariff. Ir bis speech in Chicago last week, GsV Hehdricks sail : . In the platform otthe R-pubtinans the promise was made to correct ttie lneqoan ties and excuses of tbe tariff. Tola ad. mirted that tbe Dresent taxvi m was nn 1D." I I A m.b.i ! Inn. fl inb eaial. because ii h levied in excess of . ... tin nation's needs. The sneaker said T "i, Pole Uakslnff. Tbe Democrats of Ohio, Green and Lee townships raised a CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS Pole at William TuBiUOH's, in Green township, on tbe 25th inst. - The meeting was addressed by Prof. James A Watsor and Mr. W. T Woods. Eery Democrat in that part of the county, will go to the election on Tuesday, : November 4 .h. Tbey are de termined to Increase their vote aud ma. jority for CLEVELAND and HUH- DRlCKS. W. W. Dudley, . f Commissioner of Pensions, has taken bis departure from Otiio to Indiana. His Special Examiners are still in Ohio. Their promises to pensioners and applicants for pensions don't amount to the breath it takes to make them. Let soldiers be on i their guard azathstthem! ' ?' . , - I . aa, . I i Ir 10 years of Democratic Adviris tbation the MAMurAcruBES of . the coun try ihcreased 82 per ckkt. In ten years of Republican Adminis tration they increased 27 percent. Let citizehs whoib livelihood DE' PERDI OR MANCF ACTDRKS NOTE THIS FACT Yu need not stand t..t i .k :. Ti.a Dal nineteen-vears naa eiapeeu uc. ... war. . - . . bu, ,n te. yet the Repuh ican party conresuag ine t dfeiDgf ,n(i u -specULy recom inequality or its taxation at the end ot ltjA for t cleanliness ana purity, that lime eks von to continue it in power . and promises to remedy these evils. Qyand Holiday Excursion Will you trust it T' Noi'no.J The Ri- ... .' UUUI vans win iijms a j nl- hMU-a that Democrscv. if" it st TTO-Xloy tptriXelTa cured Dower.wou'd inaugurate tree trad', I . "T,A That statement . was not true: . Toe " - 'TJ. Cb O; nnmnAnlli, I-arlt. W flOt T1 faOTOf I ' I' f. i, h.'.ia.v. rvnri rai.- Oi Tnedav. November llh, 1884 jn-ih rpn.i lor the government bv the B. & O. R R.' will aell - round. Inj - T . ... . " 11 I a . 1. .a . A . n..a,ln.tik1-n XT SBSfl PfittVffl means ot tarifj. Wbst toe party uia ucaexa u - claim was that the amount of tariff be- from all lyoupon siauona.on its ing collected SUOrjLD BE REDUCED. The Democratic point was that the, tar- iff should be reduced V the wants pi tbe Government economically administere.1, Trans- Ohio Divisions, st extremely low rates, and make tbe tickets good returning .e all resolar trains for sixrv days.- ibis - - - - a ... ........ will be one or ibe most aeiignuui ex enmions . ever elven. The fsr-ramea mountain scenery now draped in its an ....... l uivuuvaiu ' In suooort of this be naa tue wora , ., .Itir. nii tSa rc, chan.n(ia.h of no less high an anihonty tnao rresi- ValIey wi fili tu joyers of the beiuti dent Arthur. Tne Kspubiican party . . .,h -Tnoi.it. .Ja-.nre wbilst the was collecting eighty.Bve millions yeaily , enlh of lime given enables old above tba necls of the Government v,rriina in viait their frienda and rela- .. . . . . . . l .; a 1. First Taxation must be limited to tbe needs of the Government, economically administered Second, Taxa iin must be for public ourDOses only r , , . . i Third, In cban2irg the law, care must be exaroised not to injare tbe lalerests oi isoor ana capimi uy:u. . MY .Foorth. In levying, taxes articles of aM U InTnra mat liear iha hishest rale ' and ."AtWUI . ?.', . "1 articiea oi necesany vne iuweai. r.. A Lawver's Onimou oi Interest to all. tives, and hunters to enjoy their favorite spot. No one should jaisa this golden oDDoriunitv. . Call on B. . k O. ticket ... agents and get rates ana time, oi excur sion train from your station. -. f. , toltseitttiits Tbe Republican House of the 47th Congress in two yeara passed but 138 private pension billa that became laws. ; The Democratic House of the 48 b Congress passed 414 private pension bills at its first session, lasting eight months.. f That showa which party is doing the most for the soldier, - i . .. . . , Blaise's Know Nothing .record will be found in this paper. , It is damaging, and Republican editors are boping to lessen its force by declaring it to be un true. Denials, without proof, have been the game of the Republicans throughout the campaign. k: r-. : A. R Pbillifs. Mail Agent on the B.' Z -and C is out again as aasietant editoi in tbe Gazette of the 24 h inst. He works hard for Republican corrup tion, in order that his masters may per mit bim to contioue in Government ser vice.' '' ; " -1 !--'.; ; . Cart. J. D Tailor, addresied 10 meetings, and other Republican speakers addressed- 5 meetings in this county. They did 'good work for the Democracy, and we hope they will continue speak ing nntil after November 4th. , CLEVELAND and HENDRICKS will carry New York, Indiana, Ooio, Nevada, New Jersey, Connecticut and Wisconsin, and all tbe Southern States; and have a fighting chance for Illinois and Michigan. - ...ilt . Cheney's Stomach and Liver Regulator cures Constipation. P. ice 81 00." bold by R W. Pope. i ' J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attor nev of Winona, Minn., writes : "Aftei asing It for more than tbiee years, take great otea9ore in stating mat 1 re card Dr. King s JMw uiscovery ior uon sumption, as the remedy in the world for Couchs and ittias. it naa never bailed to cure the most severe colds I have had, and loyauably lelieves tbe pain in the chest " 'Tiial Bottles of this sure cure for all Throat and Lune Diseases may b bad Free at R W. Pope's Drug Store. Lrge size, $1000. . . .. .. .' . Wetzel Co., (W.Va.,) DomOorat.' .: The next Legislature w: iKn.mrw.rit.. 10 ReDubtinaos, House PROBATE NOTICE. . -unaaaat a CC0TTNTS and vonohers have been AM. Y tn the Probata conn at uonro uoaoij Ohio, by ths following Administrators, ax eontora and Qaardians to wit: First and floal aoconnt of John P.Oprlfg Jdm'r with tho will aanesod pi tbe sta'a of Kohraim Booker, deceased. Firt and' final aoooant or bawls r naaaan Adm'r da bonis noa ot tn estate ot law ranoa Nanbart. deoeaed. Second partial aoooant" of ElisabetB Lapp Kxa t-ix of tbawui oi uso. L.pp, awn iianJ,ud final aoooant oi a. v.. V otter Adm'r of the eatato ot wuuam m. uavaly First and flual aoooant -of Jaoob-Ott Sxeoto jf tka will of Mary Ott, deooased. . 0 . . ' fSaoond and " final aoooant' or James AndSr- 111 Sianu ocnaie . -on Adm'r of the estate tt Kranoeioo Mot Btt, deceased. Somerton, Ohio," October 1, 1834---sep3ftf, r. va a W BASE HEATER .(WITH BIQB TOr. a !- TUB OMiT DEMOCRATIC B0RNIN6 SIWSPAPEK FVBLISU0 IN NEW 1'0KK- ! DaiTy, $0; Aefflt-Weekly,' $2; Sun nay, 91 br, vveeKiy, 91 per year.. MONEY ' CAN. EE . HADE Ry any Slan wr If man. Girl er Doy Who mil Organize Clubs for .... - ; THEWEEKLYWORLD, ' .. - . t. .. . ' . . m The G rent Farm and tlwine Mews paser. Complete In all lis Departmeats. - .-. AGENTS PAID IN CASH. For '.TOO 8absoribers at M aaoh t will be Paid; for 50 absribera, $12; fpr 25 Job- : aoribers. 96; tot 13 atabaorlbais, $3, for 10 Sabaoribers, Savior 5, ft. Agents Wanted in every Town aad Vniaga. . Cucnlara and Bampla Copies rreav Send for Tbaoa, 1 1 " ' Try It. Tk-y It. ; Try It. Twenty par cent may be rataiaow lor Orawra of 10 or more Copies lo One- Address. THB.WOKLD 81-rARK lOW,NKW YOUK. oot?,'64ml. Burnincr Base Heatina Stcvo fOR SOFT COAX. k w-: :f : ' v 1 r rr ' :i ';: . V? J i A.. to OF TBI HOIDmaCOTOTS EUSS5. v.. of Delegates Democrats 40, Republicans pirgt Ml fiM aoooant p,f Uaaa ling Adm 25. . Democrats majority joint oauu. j. " An Answer Wanted." ' pn an one briniruB a case., of Kid noo or - Liver Comolaint that Electric Ritters will not speedily cure f , We.ssy thav can not. aa thousands of cases al ready permanently cured and who ate daily recommentliog Electric Bitters, will prove. Blight's Disease, Diabtes, Weak Back, or ariynrinarT complaint .niklv eared " Tbev Durity the-blood,' .,,,taa thA ttowela. and act directlv on ih iliaeased barts. ' Every bottle guar. ' : -Prr aala at 50o. a bottle by 'R W. Pope. ' :. ' ' " : 1 ' jf-Geo. Warner received 17 more votea in Marietta and 9 more votea in Washington county than Newman . re. ... Tu. wsvfta f Marriatta. .waa. celve.i - xuT.r. v-, f Philip Newman. Wi-.-""; " " 0"a.rdlaa 0, Louisa K. Yook.y, a mlnsr. vote or tne cooniy was, , u, An n- .?ltd may llle written ex Warner, 4.723. Taylor'a vote in Marl-LJt, aWaooonta -aar tM thereof etta was. 678, and Koomson s .ui, oe- M before the Slit day af November next inr 23 more than ' Taylor'a. General wn. tbe same wiU be tnaUy beard and oop- Warner ran ahead of his ticket In every tinned from 4ay. te day until dispose r, Wsrd in Marietta and Tavlor . behind in . : . .. , - "r.T --!lk,rieit Times. ect28.'84wS, Frobate Judger. C, O, j with tho will annexed of the oitate John Flemina. deoaed. " . -I First and final aoeeant of Ph Up Christmaa Adm'r with the wtd aanaxed . I yecjj . Pfalicraf. dooeaaod. Third partial ; aooaunt of Qeorge S. Alje , Alm'r ot thouto of oslab Wlliod.deVd Third and float aoooant of Qeorge 9. Algoe Adm'r do bonis noa of tbe esuu ol Basil Stewart, deceased. -: " s '' Flrat and Snat aceaant af Taylar Jeffen , Admrof thaoaUteof Levin Moberly.doo'd. BoooDd partial aoooant of Ross L. Eatohison Qaardiaa of Jamea Arthur Hatohiaon, a ..laiaor. ... r Firat partial aeeoaut of John Jeffjrs Oaardisn f Blixabeth Trembly, an Imbeotlo. Firat and final aoooant of George F. AfoflUt Oaardlau uf the estaU of Mary B. JHolfitt, a minor - 8ooond and Anal aoooant of N. W. 8teenrod . Oaafdiaa of iho estate of Merman Smith, . m. minor. weMr WE, tbe Jadfrea of tho ConrU of Cbiamoa Kaaa witbU and foe the Eighth Jmfienkl District tit. the 8toU ol Oh'o, horoby-ordor anA direct that the aevwal ternia or tho Voartt oi (tommo Pleai witalri rfad,'- fc t SSVSral eonntiea ia ai4 Diatrlot tie oommeaoea ow ue yejieiWtejcjaiaod, farJSatl daring the year ,.;0313ION PLRA COURTS. ; Maekingnm . County. MoriAy, Jaaaary t9 , afonday. April 30; Monday. Noen.ber . MortfaatJoaoty.Tueedey.MaTob H Tuesday, Jaae 16: Wedaeaday, October 14. , ttaernreyCoaijty.MoBdav. January It; afoa- day. lAprif 29; Ifoaday, NoTembof i; Noble County :. Tuendny. Febroafy, 17; Tooa i day. May 1. Wedaceday. Ootobei 14., , Harrisoii CoButyj.Tnatday, January 50-, Taea- day, April 7; Wedneeday. October 14, t' Tusearawaa County, Tuesday, February lwj fuajf.lMfl 14: Wedaeeda.: , Ootobe W . Jefiertoa Couaty, Tueeday. J-ana-y 2, Taoa-' day. April 23; Wedneeday. unmoor i. Monroe Couaty. Tueeday, January 1& Toes-' day. Jfay 5; Wedneeday, October If' , " , Belmont Cynnty Tuesday, renruary.o; Auea ; day. May 2$ Taeday..Kovmb A , ; .( w The teraaa of eald Ooart shall eommanoa at o'clock A.. M.. on the eaverei dira named It is herein specified that tho several - terms of Court in said several counties shall be neid by aaid Judges as follows: Moskingum, Morgan. Oaernsey and Noble, by Judges Obortn L. Phillips and E. W. Ma thews, JMid the: auooeeeor 14 said-1 Mstbewe Belmont and Moaroe by Judge St Clair Kelly. JefrerMm. Harrison and Taacarawas by Judfres Jo. C Hanoe and JobnjSiPeareo dge Jam. O. Hanos is dei(rnated to supervMO the oxe oution of the order aforesaid. We order and Dtrot thaC 4 ' aArtilad (eoovSJbft flitst )er be transmitted forthwith bv tbe Clerk ot tbe Vaart of Commas Pleaa of Moskiiwnm Connty to the Secretary of 8tte, end to tbe Clerk of tbe sevanil Courts of Common Pleaa in eveb of said several Counties, to be pWi-he4 therein ardiajr ta l. ", ; ' Done at ZUnw. rills, in the County of Mus- kingum, this 3d day of October A. D. 1884. f OS. C HANCB. , . . JOHN & PSARCB. .T A P. E.'W. MATHEwa. . . , . v J OE0 jj. PHILLIPS. J 8T. CLAIR TCELLT. Judges of the Court ot Uoenmon Pleaa. The Stats et Ohio, Muskimnim Cevntif.S&i ' I hanibv nartifv tbe furenoinir to be a true copy, by order of said J litres. 1 ,: ' fATraST.J " ' HOWABD ASTOW, Clerk Cbmrt of Ooromoa Pleaa. Th Xint a fihiA Mtm.ro Oomntft. SS: ' '- I, Asber Okey Oerk ol the Common Pleas Court witbln and for said Connty, aad Bute, do hereby certify that tho fotegoiag la true eopv of tbe times lor holdiaa? Courts ia. tbe Kghth .udinml District sot wo year loom. t Witoeu my signature and the seal fSKAa.1 f said Court. thM 1Mb aay ot uo s toborA.JASH4. , - r- - Aiskrb Oari,' Clerk. revkw tampU to- latpVar 8olt tasi f Basoaaw IhMea taaw aTway amaraoad the (sel-fe41nf .fcato-ra, and havw la-Ubl' faild,Ts bellere on that aooowoS eaJyt 9o eoal tgattea at a fmm mtmpmrmtmim, mmS ta 'Vsry i flanaWe,, whoa JUi- Fsading toves bappeved taget pnt aptvav poor flue.er Ml lato iaaxpormiioed' haaai.aaav sgreaaMe- reawloa sreaa aewa fc alaW4 -. Beoaase of these naiaral i Aoirttiea, wfelo& we deem insarmeaauble, ws aaasMlaa, 4 impraetteable. . the. elf-eedlg faraw,.as aaplWd, U . Soft Coal Stoves, bat we d as tWab; ; H. asrasaarHy laUwsy tbaA parplw whose. Beeessliles or laoMnatiaM Vrte th Me of 'soft coil showJd not be preHJed wftk better-staves to bara Ulst thaa have aver before beta ofeied .bent KatWly iudpsadsat ef tkw Mtf.feadiaf attaohmewis, tbera ra amasiy valoabi fo tares of thwHedera) Bard Coal Haaa Barawr,' bicb.with.sooM modi Boatlone te adapt tbesa to the peculiar natare "ef tho'Tael are owfta as valuab'e (or Baft Coal as for Hard Coal Etovesybat abioh bare ae erbeea ffsred ia Soft Coal Stoves, exoepl eomMnoi wilk tba Impraetic el Wf-Feeding Foatoree. : Tbw.biyer af this Stove will ebtan "aJt tba advaatagea' af the' aaost Cora plate ATodoni Hard Ceal 6ms Earner, exoept the Beir. Feeding AtUchmemU re .'Wtll-ir sM -a Irrl U JO boars, or the ataal Usee) that tho SMMbeld tatrlsaYrag,'wlthwtivtnf rtaaf atSaattaa. Ba will be able te warm tho Boor at his room without raising tbe upper portion ta a tssratshif ad nheajth iemperatofsv , Ha will V We t isdfcoo his sapMsas. far fuel at least ene-thlrd. We estimate (aad we know what wrare talking ahoat) that, at the a-piratiop- of thrae years, ha wiU hava better ioveajdmaiwmmeylkb floats, if ho bays this Stove now, tX th prloa, tbaa be oonld bars if aay prior ooaaUaotlasi for Soft eoal ware glvea him g rotas," r - .Tba fcllowlng persoaa arsj av aatag tUl stove aad willingly reoommead. Ui St. K. Pearsoa, Bellalra. tsv' 4 ' A.- Wiley.' J. Ddge, ' i Geo Kara, LeroyWiao, . " Mrs. Smith, tVeodsfleld. John Taylor, MaseHleo. on ail V frV - M VAS BamSaUa 4J A .. . A .r JS 0 .3BC X OK ' " Tjnlon Street, : ' Bellatrw, . bot7,'84uiK " - ' -- ' . ' NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. ' JTifafd of William Moor, Decease. THS tsnderslgned has beast appointed aad attsllfled ' as' Xxsoator of the will af William Moore, late of Moaroe Ceaaty, dee'd. " Dtet this ttb day af OoUber, A. 0. 18t4 -6178413. ' ' ' W. J. MOOll.