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ucsday, August 31, 1886. . 1 IBK HAMILTON. Editor.! i emocratic State Ticket. Hwretnry of Htnto, JOHN C. McBRIDE. of Stark County. Huprenip JuiIrp, MARTIN D. FOLLETT. . of Washington County. : Clerk of Supreme Court, J. A. CRUIKSHANK. . , Hohool Coinmlmlonor, LEROY D. BROWN. ; of Butler County. Bonrd of Pulille Worku, LEWIS LUDWIG, , of Cuyahoga County. emocratic County Ticket. For Recorder, ' T - EDWARD J. GRAHAM. ' CommlKHloner, JOHNRUBYT77-" Hiirvcj-or, ' W. S. JONES. , . ' Inflrmnry Director, : " - JACOB WOHNHAS. Uas. G. Blaixe delivered another ech at North Renwick, Me., on 2oth, : in. which he assails the ohibitionists. ! ; : : . ..V - ' Rev. J. C. Beech ek, of Coscob, nn.,' brother of ' Hexrt Ward echek, committed suicide at El ra, New York, on last Thursday, toting himself through the head. had been suffering from mental nbles fer several vears. ,r ' ! ' A. K. Crrnxa has heen released the Second Chamber of Chihun- . S A 1 1 t 1 t J 1 A a, Dut tne vourx sim noias mat xico has a right to try an, offense nmitted in the United States. Mex should be given to understand it the United States is not in need her assistance in the trial of of- ders. . ' ; ' .. ; . The Ohio Republicans, in Conven n last week, nominated the follow- : State ticket: Secretary of State, S. Romxsox; Judge of Supreme art, Maiishai. J. Williams; Clerk, n.x -Hestek;' Commissioner of mmon Schools, Prof. E. P. Tap s', and M. W. Hahx for 31 ember of ird of . Public Works: .Vhex Prof. T. C. Rvax appeared the stage at the Republican State jivention to nominate a candidate State School Commissioner, cries "Looax! Logan P' went up fsom sides, followed by a sound of tre- ndous cheers. Prof. Rtax very ch resembles Senator Looax and delegates supposed that Looax 1 appeared before them. We pild think from this that Looax s not entirely dead in Ohio yet. . The Head of the Ticket. Ion. John McBride, the Demo tic nominee for Secretary of State, i born in Wayne County, Ohio, he 25, 1854. He was first sent to Legislature as a representative he workingmen. He was a miner trade but had been lucky enough obtain a common school educa- T ItV A" ' 3 ' . iie servea nis lime untier nind, digging out the "dusky dia nds," and soon became popular ong his fellow-workers as n man more than ordinary ability. He ly joined societies for the amclio- ion of lalor, and joined the Mi- i" Union when sixteen years old. kept moving on, and in 1882 was ted President of the Ohio Mi i A88K-iation, the strongest labor on in tne Mate. , ins jwpuiaruy h the working-classes made him midable for political honors. In .1, he was elected to the Legisla- by. 1,506 maiority in a county t had been carried two years hc- by the opiosition, by sixty-three jority. Interested in lalor, lie at e took a stand in favor of it, and has ever Bince bi-en found for the kingmen whenever any topic was L-hed concerning them. During terrible strike in the Hocking jlley, Johx McBkide was the bu- Ut man there. As President of Miners' Association, he kept be night and day, and was prostra during the winter nigh nnto th. He is. however, made ' of d material, and has since recov il. . The Democracy can congrat- te itself on having placed a man he head of its ticket, who will be to himself and to the interests epresents, The Other Sanies on the Ticket. Judge M. D. Foixett, the eandi- c for Supreme Judgship, is now m the bench and his record is nil t he will need to support him. was nominated by acclamation. W. Ckiikshaxk, the present rk of the Supreme Court, was ninated by acclamation. He has ilc one of the most, ellicient of rks, and the people will sec to it t he returns to the position he i so honorably filled. ,EitoY I). Buowx, present School nmissioner, and Lous Lnwio, of yahoga, were also nominated by lamation for the offices of School Wissioner and Member of Board Public Work's, resi Rft i vol v. Mr. ; ,, f . ...... bwN is well Known in .uuniw and" the record lie 'made hile serving as School Commission er is also well Known, ins awe iwork nt the New Orleans Exposi tion has not been forgotten. State Democratic Convention. Wc give below the Vict -Presidents of the State Democratic Convention and the several Committees which we had not room to report lasteek. .OBGANiiATCfo-i-Onthc ljjth the del egates from the various districts met at the head-quarters assigned to them and selected, their . Vjc-Presi-dents and members., of tne various standing committees The counties were, as a rule, well represented, and in some of the districts there were rather warm contests. The Nine teenth was the last delegation to re port, owing to ! a "contest in the Rainesville delegation. For . ; VICE-rKESIDENTS, : . Of the convention the following gen- tlemen were cnosen: First District James t.v Buck, . 1 mmuioiu,. ;- ,.. .-. - : Second District Gabriel Dirr, Hamilton.;,.: . : Third District J. A. Kerr, Mia- , ; , .. tourth District I. C, Ix-blond, Mercer. , - ' ' I Fifth District Allen W.Snialley nyanaot.. .evenin uiswici . r . r.iisimn. ?.r.rn; ' . ' 1 ,ightn District W . morgan, Logan. . Ninth-District II. L. Vanfleet, .Marion. ; .; ;., ; Tenth District Charles Roose, Ottawa ,.r :.' , ... Eleventh District James M. Kerr Gallia, ... : : : , :: : . . Twelfth District-E,, L. Ford, Fay ette. .. ..-.i.; ':, r . .- Thirteenth District-.T. S. Ifreisner, Hocking. i:; . . ; - Fotirteenth District-D. L. Wads- worth; Lorain i .., , -,; . Fifteenth District-James H. Ham ilton, Monroe ; . v; Sixteenth District-.Iames M.Will iams, Coshocton. Seventeenth Distriet-Levi Mor gan, Belmont. ,.; .... ' Eighteenth ' District-Junius Fcr- rell, Carroll.. , ..;:' . ... .,; Nineteenth District-J, .T., Bruce, Geauga. . .. i . - Twentieth DistricMV.B. Tnnne- hill, SummiLi: j Twenty-first District-Thomas Ax-, worthy Cuyahoga. '4,.,-', SEW COMMITTEK bjf BESOLVTIOXS. : First District, J. W. Dawson, Ham ilton; Second District, I). T. Rohan, Hamilton; Tnird District, R. D. Mar shall, Montgomery; Fourth District, George W. Mooro, Darke; Fifth Dis trict, Dr. J. K. Norton, Seneca ; Sixth District, G. 31. Saltgaber, Van Wert ; Seventh District, J. C. McKemy, But ler; Eighth District, George Spence, Clark; Ninth District, T. A. Powell, Delaware; Tenth District, W. K. Haynesandnsky ; ' Eleventh Dis trict, Leo Ebert, Lawrence; Twelfth District,' Chas. 'Palmer, ; Fayette; Thirteenth District, Allen O. Myers, Franklin; Fourteenth District, Geo. W. Geddes, Richland; Fifteenth Dis trict, 'A. J. Warner, Washington; Sixteenth District, L. R. Critchficld, Holmes; Seventeenth District, "W. H. Arnold, Harrison; Eighteenth District, J. II. Wallace, Columbiana ; Nineteenth District, I. F. Wilcox, Fortage; Twentieth District, John McSweeney, Wayne; Twenty-first District, W. W. Armstrong,' Cuya hoga. ' -:' "' ' ' i; ' '"' MEJIBEitS STATE CEXTRAL COMMITTEE. . First District, Lew G. .Bernard, Hamilton; Second District, T.J. Co gan, Hamilton; Third District, W. D. McKemy, Montgomery; Fourth District, C. W. Leblond, Mercer; Fifth District, C." M. Haskell, Put nam; Sixth District II. G. Grosch ner, Henry; Seventh District, Peter Schwab, Butler; Eighth District, A. R. Van Cleaf, Pickaway; Ninth Dis trict, John D. Golley, Morrow; Tenth District, Joseph Pnckrin, Erie; Elev enth District, Michael Stanton, Sci oto; Twelfth District, Judge George P. Taylor, Brown; Thirteenth; Dis trict, J. Av Huffman, Perry; Four teenth District, James I Seward, Richland; Fifteenth District, Henry Bohl, Washington; Sixteenth Dis trict, N. I Korte, Muskingum; Sev enteenth District, John M. Amos. Guernsey; Eighteenth District; John F. Blake, Stark ; Nineteenth District, II. D. Hunt, Trumbull; Twentieth District, Frank Fullerton, Medina; Twenty-first District, A. G. Har- batigh, Cuyahoga. , ' . Thonsands Saj So. Mr. T. W.i Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes: "I never hesitate to recom mend your Electric Bitters to my customers, they give entire satisfac tion nnd are rapid sellers." Electric Bitters are the purest and beet med icine known and will .positively cure Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the blood and regulate the bowels. No family can afl'ord to be without them, They will save hundreds of dollars in doctor s bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a lwttle by R. W. Pope. LEWISTILLE. We think a few notes from this section of the county might be in teresting to some of our renders. If they will permit us to enter into their circle as a correspondent we will endeavor to give them the latest. We look around and behold the harvest is ended, and the summer is about gone, and the Democracy of Jacksonian principles still survives and flourishes, and wc often hear the cow-boy murmuring to himself con ceming evening socials ns he passes to and fro. Yon will please remember that on la6t Monday eve., nt .the residence of Miss E. L. Gramlich, of Lewisville, a pleasant birthday party was given to the young folks, in behalf of the lady's birthday, which was a grand anair and a happy welcome. The young folks vailed at an early hour and expressed their congratulations, their felicity and happiness to meet her future welfare. At the hour of ten they were called into an adjoin ing room to enjoy a supper prepared County, and the it for them, that would relinquish the hunger from the most hungry. To the right was a table covered w ith a number of presents of all the difler ent varieties, styles and fashions, presented us a compliment by the folks present. Shakspeare says, "All is well that ends well." If this be true the party at the brick was one ot mai Kea success. isuing ror another parjty in the near future Oh, res, where is Swazev? T. Y. F. . SAKMS. Again we make our appearance in your columns, and allow us to con-', gratulate you on the appearance of j our Paper in its new dress, it is nouoy, neat, ua cimivk hui oi news, i J. m. Goodwin was on a business trip' to Pittsburgh last week. " Wanted, a night watchman over by the corner under the Locust Trees, j For particulars call at theofliec of E. W. G. . The Picnic was a decided success i at Narrows Run last Saturday it! wag held for the 1)0nefit of the ju K , ( hurch at Stuarts. . vt n V lloono will nttend MinW. "cal College at New York before long. S. M; Suter the Proprietor of the Ohio alley nenenes is putting a tin roof on 'hia re8i(ience. Miss Rena Boice is visiting friends ,, in town !; . Fishermen have again made their going up and down the River, here nnd tlu von can 8(H. Pyramid of Beer Kes looming' up out of the Willows, decorated with roasting ears borrowed from neighboring far mers corn fields. Cues, BEALLSTIUE. The Spiurr this week, clothed in her new garb, looks neat and tidy, and we hope its future career will be a continual success. Our little village is prosperous and thrifty. Every business seems to be doing well except the saloons. They are on the decline. . While the Dow Liquor Law may have many thingsinitsfavor,yetitis not without its drawbacks. I will give an instance. A certain person desired whisky for medical purposes. He obtained a prescription from a physician,which cost him fifty cents; he then paid the Mayor twenty-five cents to sign and copy it, after which the whisky cost him the sum of thir ty-five cents thus making one-half pint of whisky cost the sum of one dollar and ten cents. ' Two others that I could name one ot wnom came nve miles had to go away without on account of the absence of the Mayor and Clerk. f know of no better way to overcome the evil, than for physicians to keep it in quantities themselyes for medi cal purposes. , Anderson Hill who has had a long and very severe attack of typhoid fever, is so farfconvalescent at this writing as to be upon the streets aram. V e learn that ns soon as his health will permit he will take n jhv sition as traveling salesman in a Zanesville wholesale house, at n sal ary of $1,000 per annum. Mr. W. II. Stellers, a crippled Un ion soldiei has been apKintcd post master, at this place. Miss Amanda Kirkpatrick, the present incumbent, has been a diligent and ellicient offi cer, and can hand over to her suc cessor the office with the consolation of knowing- that she has done her work well. Jeffers and Simeral will open a store in the first story of the Odd Fellows building in the near future. Some of their, goods have already arrived. ' - '. Every Democrat and Republican should read Gen. Warner's speech on the surplus money in the Treasu ry.. , ICTOK. CALAIS. A report on the condition of the crops in August, of Monroe County, Ohio is. as follows, to wit: . Wheat Condition when harvest ed, 115 Rye Condition when harvested, ioo'. Gats Cowdition when ha. vested, HO'. Buckwheat Average . condition, 100 ',. Corn Average condition, 120 r(. rotatoes do , . . r. Tobacco do 112'. ' Sorghum do 120 Peaches- do 115 ',. . Apj)les do 115 'f. (JrajK-s do 105 . Stock Hogs Number for fatten ing compared with last year, 100 Stock Hogs Average coudition as to weight and size, 105 'ft. WIIKAT. The harvest of wheat was aliout two weeks earlier this year, and the! general condition Is reduced from 8:1.2 to- 80.1 and, the final esti mate, with the meteorological con ditions, cannot be much farther rj duced. , A small decline of per centage is- apparent in isconsin and Minne sota ..nnd the cause of deterioration are drought and chinclr-bugs. - Winter wheat will be reported next month (U. S. Ueport),when the results of threshing will be partially known. ..The London report of August 10, 188(5, indicate 10 ' average lower than last year of the KurojK'an wheat crop. COKN. .Then has been a decline in the condition of corn since the first of July, the general condition of ave rage being reduced from 95 rf to 81 ',, with the lowest condition in Illi nois, Wisconsin and States west of the Mississippi. TOHACCO. Tobacco has don better in Ohio and West Virginia than in any of the other tobacco raising sections. In some of the sections it is consid erable of a failure, for instance, in Maryland; also in Tennessee, wheue there was too much rain, and in Kcutucky, where there was a long rainy season followed by drought lion. John McBride will draw a large vote from the Trades' Assem bly, the K. of L. and from the work ingmen generally, which will elect him, but then there arc the capital ists and the corporations to contend with; but then they have more "boo dle" than votes, that's all. Mr. Mc Bride is a recognized friend of the laboring man. "Down in a cool mine, boys." Hip! Hip! Hip! Hur- rili for MsBride! Prof. Fry, of Sum.mrlield, has quite a class in Instrumental music in town and about now. i i uuiv nitvainio I'luuiunu Dr. McCoy, Calais lately. the i dentist, visited ti.. vw." i - i. i wrii. ... KlirillO Jlfli? nil? j..tv-.o . til n i f i a nno nia irit- a full of summons' now. "5 perpetuals," in a horn. XXX. THE FAMOUS KXOCKERVonV llV KKO.CKHT. - - You vnllhnt xon of.Krln'ii Wc .. . ' Anil Mvect (tolmnliiii too; L' Conic gnllicr 'round nml llntcn while I Kliotit n title for you: Come iiM-n nn.l fllj your ulnicn : , VIth Irish whisky stout, Ami drink for John I'SiiIIvnn The fiimoiis knorkor-otit. " ciioiirs. Oh, the chorus swell, for lsild John I We'll flint! It to the hreeje; : Yen, shou It loud, so Knsln mi's crowd May hciu it o'er the sens. . The prut nnd sinnll, he's downed them nil In ninny n clever Imnt. Hnrrnh, for John I HulllVHn, ' ' Tne fiiutous kno.ker-out. ... . "They sent men here from Knplnnd's shore, The Injit they could produce, To try the Brent John. L. to floor, -But It wnsn't nny use. ., Tryhow thcyw ould, they nevea could (ilvc Sulll vim the rout, " :' ' For like n Rliint there he stood. This fnmons nockerMHiU choiiCmT' " " ;' .ji; ... This Country he hns tmvcled lhniuj;h,' Krom Mnlne to Mexico," Hut never yet him met mnn, Thnt sjfMHl lilnwclf B show., ... He hns the most conclusive style Of punching men nhniit; He tumhles theni Into n pih1' This fiimous kmicker-out. i is: ., cnonvs.. t - Oh. tell me not of slujrpers old, Kroni Morrlsscy to. Jem Since; ' ' ': There's not u nirn hiiioiik them nil, Rut bold John I could lace, . : He hns b most conclusive style . r , , Of punchlnc men iiIkiuI; He tumbles them Into n pile ' ,; 1 " :. This fnmoiw knockeront. . !-.-, ; (citonrs.) '.!! Then All your (rlnvscs every mnn, And drink n tonst to John, ' "' Mny he hare Jicnlth nnd wealth jrjiloriv This prcnt phenomenon.. ' ,.j Of pu(tllll,hessthrlsiy, '. , . And without the slightest doulit, Tlie Rrentest ever trKl the ring. And thechnmplon'knocki'r-out. ! i ' ciinnvA ' " MflMEKFIELD. Description of the business part of . . the town. . f ' ' ... . ; ,, This quiet village with houses neat. In Noble county you'll find, - With stores, and hotels all complete, And people good and kind. , Just inquire for Paul & Round, They have dry goods, oh! so nice. You'll be surprised I will be hound When yon ask of them, the price. Just cross the street toward the West, Where Philpot, "keeps his store, Ann mere vou n nna gotnis oi xne ,best, And be 8ti rprisel some more. On down you go to tMr. Meek, llow kindly he will smile, And bring out goods, to wear on feet Of almost any style. Just keep ahead toward the West, ' At last a sign yon 11 sex1; It hangs high up, and means request, the west. Ihc coiiFcqucnt cs most To stop with Franklin (. : . (likely to follow are that he will stay Step inside, wash, comb your hair, ' hanh' , 1,n- ""fto make exiK-n-Tl.en to the tnhln on " . cs and retum to his nativity,:.!! the A good square - - - , meal you will get' c there, , 'Tis worth a quarter too, f l . 1.1... U....1I. I vi Buiiiiiu ,i mi eniss w ui u uic ouuiu troin Paul k Round's store, jagine that to be a eiucefsful Indian You will be glad you have a mouth, teacher requires nothing more than And hungry will go no more. ja nUT0 knowledge of the sciences, we For there you'll see 11 sign again, ' i w'"ld advise all such to.never ac It bids the traveler home, ' jeejit a position in an IntU in Indus The projirietor's name,' is Nelson trial-School. The system of test Kain, ' ' ' : ! luniks is also another important fac And he keens fine srrub. it is known. ic,.r wll' long been neglected. .- 1 From here yon cross toward tire West, Right on the corner too, ,t : You can get confections of the best, From our druggist, J. T. Dow. . Walk above, in that chair sit down, And if Dr. McGinnis is about, For fourth of a dollar; in spite of your groan, '. ! He'll bring that tooth right ont. f Gents just, belotf is a barber shop, Where many patrons lurk. If in passing you should stop,'. There's Johnny to do' your work. Then keep ahead, another store ; Will kindly meet your view,. - 'Tis Mr.- Falter in the door, . ; . No doubt K waits for you. .- Call out the goods, dont be afraid, Time is plenty, money too, Look at the clothing ready-made,". Buy the suit, that was made for you, Another drug store you will find,, Within our little town, , Just look around, you'll see the sign, 'Tis owned by Samuel Brown. Ladies there's hats of every style. Kept by milliners, two, ,; : -; Step in, and try thdm on awhile, : If you wish just buy a few. This is not all, we have to say, Tom Bircher keeps the tin. Hardware, Calland gives away, No doubt you will call in. CVIU'S. MONTANA. "Hot days and cool nights" seeiys to be the expression of all here, and with the exception of the cool nights, has been the case for several months. It has ltccn said by old citizens here that they never knew of as hot arid dry a summer. Nevertheless every one that ' desires it seems to have plenty of hay, and all the cattle which It has been the lot of the wri ter to sec look extremely well. Many are already predicting "a hard win ter." We never want to experience another such ns was the winter of 1881-5, when the-signal service ther mometer registered 63 !)-10 degrees, below Veil). - ' Major Hartz and command will evacuate the post in a very few days, and' Maj. Bates, of Ft. McGinnis, will occupy the jiost here. All the lioys seem to be jubilant, as they have no gardens this year snd are not liarticularlv fond of "walking Kst," with the thermometer as above stated. .Wc wish them well. There are many fine ladies and gentlemen among the military people here. Gen. Heth, the Special Agent, is still in charge, and things all seem to be doing well.' Every one has all he can do and is likely to have for months to come. The Indian Commission of three able men, of whom the famous 1-ish- op W hippie i. one. :mc daily export- ed to put in j; e-r me. It's thought thev will inter cue in Iiiv- irir si larcre mrt of this n! the res- . .. . v i .......... j-. to settlement; th't they will obtain me I -cl'lll IHSu'Il Ol Hie Indians to i. .11 i i. .. i nv li ... li . I .1 ... . B ii,.t'i. ill i.'i. . 71 , ....... ....., i-j ii v . , .. the tT'.nceds placed to their credit in Washington: ,ilso that they will m:ike some arrangements with refer erenie to building the railroad through this reservation. The white people of this section were chagrin ed at the President's veto of the bill Wlth relci'ence to putting .a railroad tl.it.rl, tl.lu ..o.... :. V.. . tllOUgll tllW reservrttion. let We suppose the President M as not mere- ly consulting the interests of the few. A railroad -up the Missouri River would certainly be a great benefit, noW.nly to t he people of this section of the country, but to thou- sands farther west.- As there is but such short period of time tiiat bonis can n.-ivigrtte the river it ne- cessit.-tts a very large amount of freighting overland.thereby, in some f.fieiK nlmnst 'ilr.tililiurr tho naonl freight x hiM-Lres, which" is simply enoiir.ous. For instance, salt cost's delivered hi Indian commissary 3e nnd loinmcal 4c per pound, making the me:-l $1 1 (i per cwt- more than flour. If (.rover had had to. live here or evi-n bein ( fimnolli'd tn cninn overland from GlendivK, he never; wmilr linvn vitul tin rnilero1 liill Tie school here is ina flourishing1 condition. The school now is in the midst of its vacation. The pro - gramme was to allow the one-half of the children to go home and re- .main from two to four weeks and have thom return, and then let the . i .1 i rest go. Many of them have no linino nvimit thn i linr.l nml nthora would remain away but a very short ... : ' ' time. "Xothins to eat in the cami).' they sav: besides, thev have n nice 'clean bed on which to sleeo at the school, nlcntv of well cooked foorl i . i ..i 1 ;. ... clean clothes to wear, nut very little ' work and no Fc-hool. ! We unrlerstnnc that the Aijent ' jiroposes'to fill the school to 150 pu pils. As the school is the oiriy hope for the Indian race, 'it is necessary i t'ict as many as possible should be kept in it all limes. Several of the' boys have, upon order of the have left school to try what the world can do for them. e 'a' have, during their vacation, been working in the hay-fields, etc, ma king quite a nice little sum. They are allowed 50c per day and board, and the farmer says they excel any of the Indians he has. The major ity of the boys are very good work ers, and were they taken from the school and placed among the white' people in the States, we certainly think " thev would 4 make good citi- Z(.ns. ' if the Department wis as lib t'ral with ' teachers and pay for the "!,m ps they are with a great many i'i'u,ai iiBonin.ii.imi,uii-ii miut hope for better results.- No teacher of ability will, if he understands what will be required of him, for sake home, society friends and eve rything else, nnd locate among these savasres for $000 a year, where eh en it E i Hoarding is 9a per wcck. 1 ne wide awake young man can almost double it in hundreds of different places in! ""'" 1 mi """umci-, ami a nine, . .... 1 1 . . I... ... n .. .... F 1. . .. ... : : r . 4. - 141.: 1 a. I..r, . niicu iiv, 111 vuilBVljllVili: III Ills knowledge of Indian children, is just .beffinuin": to make his mark as a . . , .teacher, it any ot your readers im-i .1.... ..... and that, .too, to the detriment of quite a number of Indian schools. In text books there is no system whatever in the whole Indian educa tional plan, hence there are as many different systems as schools and agents. This school contains quite a number of pupils that can read newspaper reading very rapidly,that are -compelled to be kept year after year reading away in the same third reader, and then some one discovers that there is no interest in the school. Shame 011 all such school systems. , A Walking:' Skeleton. M r. E. Sprjnger, of M echa n icsbu rg. Pa., writes.:', "I was-, afflicted with lung fever rnd abscess on lungs, and reduced to . irnlkimj Stelefnu. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, which did me so much good that I ltonght a dollar bottle. After using three bottles, found myself once- more a man, completely restored )to health, with a hearty appetite, and a gain in flesh of 48 11 is." C ;ll at R. W. 'Pope's Drug Store and get ii free trial bottle ot this certain cure for all Lung Diseases. Large bottles $1.00. . ' Call for the Election of lH'lpjrutox to. the Jndicial and Congrciu sional Convent ions. ' At a meeting of the Democratic Central Committee of M 011.10c Coun ty, Ohio held on the 'loth day of June, 188!i, among ot hers the follow ing'resolittions were adopted: JtiMilml, Tlmt II. K.Wnllon.K. A. AtklnsoU nndtt. W. Hamilton lire herehy tippointcd a committee to confer with n like committee from ltelmoiit County, in relntion to the mut ter of holdim; the Dcmocnttic Jmlicinl Con ven Hon for tills Jiulieliil Kiilullvislon. nml the snld It. K. Wnlton. H. A. Atkinson ami li. W. Hiimiltou lire herehy imthorixitl nml eniiow ereil on liehnlfof die DeiniH-niey of Monroe Comity to inrrec iikiii the time nml iilncc of holilini! mild Convention, the Imsls of rcpre sentntloB nnd whntevcr inny lie necessnry for 11 eoniilL-te iirniUKi-ment for liokllnpsuld Con vention. lmtlrr1,Tnt it Is the senseof thlscommit tee thnt the dclciriites to tin; Democratic Con Kressiomil tuul Judicial ConvcnUons, fi-omtlie comity, lie elected l.y tlie IH'lius nils of the vnrious townshlis In this comity, unless snid Jiulieliil mid Conirrcssloitnl Coininlttees sliall nirree upon smile other iliin of HclccttnK siiid deleisiitin. Jimtlrrtl, Timt tlieeluilniuin of the commit tee tic nnd he is herehy instructed to Issue n chll forthe election ofdclcgntcs tothe Jiulieliil mid CoiiKrcssioimi Conventions so soon ns the culls for snld Conventions shnil lie iniule by the CoiiRn-ssloiiiil nml Jiulie liil Committees, nnd the snld chnirmnii is hereby niithoriml mid emMiivcred to npNirtion toeni-li township the numlier of delesnte to which the snld townships lire respectively entitled. Jlnmliiil, Thnt if the- dnlctmtcs lire elii-ted hy jMipnlnr vote the iiieiiilxrs of the Centriil Committee of each townsliipshull tnkechiirtre of nnd supervise the election of delentes for his township, npixiint the neccKsnrv Judii.'s nnd clerks, nnd forthwith forward totlieclinlr miin of the committee the result of snld eUi-t-lon, duly certified hy snld Jiulircs mill clerks nnd approved hy said Central Commit teeiniin, nml the chairninn Is hereby nutherized to open snld returns, declare the result and cause to lie published the mimes of the persons so seli-cted in the vnrious townslilpsof thlscouu t.v. " In piirsuani'c of the first '.'of the aforesaid resolutions said committee met a like committee from Belmont County, in 1 he city of Bellairc, on i the 8th day of July, 188G, where the! following Wolntions were unani-1 . moMS,.V adopted. . j vrniion w ni'iu nt Jtcllitlrp, )hl. I ji.wiiini, i inn 1'iit-ii tmiiiy rtiiiipoing tho i Mnwiml m.l.-.ll...l... M.r ,1... ttu f ...u..i.. t... r .in.... . . .. trtct m-piitltliil to onj; ilclcjnitp for pnrli W voioariwi rortiov. llonillrv lit t teliiilM-rniitiM I ... . . - . - . - mil (lfn 111 fraction of 30 or more votes of nnld eon utiles I on of ISA"), nml one flelemitn fnr..vprv enst nt snld c-lcctlon, to Is? npmr)loiiednuiong i in: ncvi-nii uiwnsnips 01 encn or snld counties by the f'hiilrmiin mid tV-eretnrv of tlc respect ive sulMoniiiilttees of snld counties. VJrxnfrerf.Tlmt the Democratic JndMnl Con vention M- held on Thursdny, Weptemhcr 1 and that the primaries for the election of del egates In' held in lsth counties on Hnturdiiy. KcptcmlMT 4, Is-tween the hours of 8 and 6 o chick r. .v.. i v imii ot elnl Conference Coinnilttec I nuthorlxed to i"'leet the temporary chairman of the Kcino- cratlc Smllclnl Conwntlon to lie held on Thuriay,H-pteiiiiierifi,iw6,ntBeiiaire.. By virtue of the resolutions and proceedings hereinbefore referred to, I do issue this call for a primary ekction tf 1( heM n e h townsli . . . . 1 n Monroe Unnty, Ohio, on Satnr day, the 4th day of September, 1886, between 3 and f o'clock r. m., by ballot, the following numlter of del- llratilml Tli.it tlij. I nr t.il- egates to said Judicial Convention, nd at tI,c g?me'tlmoon1 in tbc8amc .manneran equal number of delegates to the Congressional Convention for the loth Congressional District, the time and ,.u.c for ,loldi the game . not oeing now nxeci: Ronton ...!' ...A IVtesatea. ...1 ... 1 ' " . ' .4 ..' I " 4 M !!!5 u i . a .7.2 - ...1 " . ...1 " ...2 " . . . . 2 Ri'thel . Franklin."!"!!" jjackson! !!'.. "!!!.".!!!.! j,;,, -; ;ohi..... '.'.'. '.'.!!!. .'.'.'."" 'iilnTni's Miii Viwinct; i,,owns,,!.', 1 "" .... " !!!!! ! ! IHunsburv ' Switzerland . ! Washington. " Waxne. :." Total, . ..32. You will conduct said Primaries nn1 ,nnkc "'turns thereof, in o.ft. dance with the forcroinf? resolutions, ! j; J. I SPRIGGS, Chairman Monroe Co. Dem. Cen, Com. " . ! Hkxrt Maiiit, Secretary. ! Monroe Joiirim! please copy. Yw should avoid all medicines whioh canse vou horrid -ripin- they destroy the coalings of the stoinach and may make you an in- valid for life, the mild power is best. Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kid ney Pillets will cure chills and fe ver, billiousness etc. 25 cents a vial. ' Tid-Bits truthfully says: Swin burne has written a poem entitled "A Word for the Navy." In all fit ness it should be addressed to the United States, for we have a Word for ft Navy. Sini-o f'offpe hfls become an urt cle I?ixx3s:ertoxi.'s OEIENIAL.xiCOFFEK ....... ! ,...-. A . t it 1 ' til 1 1 1m i m . . " . .. rp853 'A - ril mm,.,, x3s& uim k nirw, -.... " ' ' J : J : rii'iirf'it ii i.M' 'V 1 ii. i. 1 1 ! ' t-- r- 1 - 1 buying -'Green" instead of "Rousted," has passed away, we all recognize one lact, ana tnai is me wisn 10 oe aosoiuieiy wwd wn oijrwiM,.u-m-('otiiH for our own nse is "Pure." - - . , - ' . ' t ' , The principal necessity for making a cup of good Coffee, is, of course, good "Coffee"; this might seem a superfluous statement, but, in reality, it de:. serves to be kept in riew by the consumer, considering the substances now used in the markets of the World, to change the appearance and chea pen the Coffee The adnltervtion of (Vnfee. both green and roasted, and the vast scale on which it is practiced, are well known facts. . ' . , ' To make the choicest of Coffee and have it fragrant, clear and delicious, you must nse some egg. As good a way and one that will give rtni eplen did satisfaction, is to empty a Package of Pinkeiton's Oriental Coffee into .1 pun; beot up light, part or whole of. an eg-, itg- t! vgg nni 4 ofjije , (the way mother did); set the pan in a quick oven until the egg is baked, when your Coffee is ready for the mill, coffee and JjyiOpuU"- attention. In this way yon have the highest n-sult attainable and positive knowledge of the absolnta purity or your Coffee.-. - : In early days It was not considered healthful to drink strong (Coffee, but during the last two or three K"J that it is' better for the consumer to nse "Coffee" made strong and drink a less quantity. . . . f.-' Vc,, - . PW-xnmnl,. tfcP tt, flolr1i,.r flnrln two minutes onlv 1 made the meal, the At the majority of lmakiast tattles, ' ' . ..... the Cotjee, put the Coffee in a cup or C. A Jl.ntnflln .....ftnll .. .w.., .,,,,.......... . In niacins Pinkerton s Oriental Combination Coffee (put up in one pounu paciwagea (n.t ; on iuc manviri, c u. ... ......... exiHTience, lioth in this countn and Ln rope. - , , - - , . , ... We have gone to considerable expense in building, not only our own special machinery, but haw liought all modern improvements known to the Coffee Trade, and we do not hesitate saving, wc have the best and most complete arrangement in the World for loth cleaiim and' I,oaqt..ig.U.tlet. Having a full complement of office help, we take on the Roasting of Coffee at an actual expense only, of lalor riKimred, this saving fUiiWipg Jiff ttj1 use a much letter grade of jrreen Coffee in our "Oriental" than is generally used by Roasters in their package Coffee, ... ... . . . . : For the jiast sixteen years we have ltccn doing a large and extensive Wholesale Grocery business; our present building we bn.lt for ouywn exclu sive use, being four stories and basement, each 32x133 feet, giving us a flK,"r space of 21,000 feet; the third!. story being bu.lt for our ( offi Dcpait- ment; we also (K-cupy a large warehouse close to our store building. " . ;(..' ' , , ". , ", ',.,' ',, , During the last few years wc have added manufacturing to our extensive business, and now employ over seventy (.()) people, ,whicli jM.mbt.rl c6n stantlv increasing. We have a Roasting capacity of 100 Bags of Green, or from 1 1,000 to 12,000 pounds Roasted ( V.ffee, per day, of 10 hours each, our Roasters are running every day excepting Sunday, and our packers are at work putting the Coffee in packages before it become cJd?tlHs insures Jhe siimer fresh goods, ns each day's Roasting takes care of itself. . ' . .',.'. U j 4. tr "Oriental" CollW is absolutely pure and free Trom any or all deleterious substances used m the adulteration of Coffee. Some Roasters dump their Cof fee, after roasting, into a vat containing a cheap mixture of Coffee Essence, Glue, Gum Arabjc, Burnt Syrup or Glucose; others, sprinkle it on while hot. This is done to cover up musty, tainted or bad beans, and to give the Coffee a strong taste, but pr incipally to increase the weight, the Coffee pining from 7 to 11 pounds, to every 100 pounds of roasted; if i-eople using Coffee that is doped, knew of what it was comosed or filled, they (like thhmr in the but ter) would tako it sepanste, -' ' ' 1 ! ( ' ',..'' 'i-ty l.v ' "Oriental" Coffee is recommended for cleanliness, purity, strength, freshness and fine flavor. Of one thing you are assured, and that is, thk mi stan- 1AKU OF OltlEXTAL C'oFFKE WILL ALWAYS RF. StAISTAIJSED." . . ' ' '. " Dealers may seek to sell you other brands and will say "they as good as Oriental." but if yo.i could get at the cause of interest manifeU.vou-will find, in most cases," thev are working or pushing something thnt pays them a greater margin of profit; these Coffees on examination and comparison with Or -ental," will satisfy yon that we use a much better grade of green, than Jis generally Juscd by Roasters, and by our special machinery, we stand nitric. t,op, for cleanliness. ' .7 :: , ? .),.:ni That there may be no misunderstanding ahdut the absolute purity of every package of our '."Orient al" Coffee, we will pav (f 1, 000.00) one.ouwndlolp lars in gold, for each and every package of our "Oriental" ( Wee, that contains any adulteration used -by us. 1 , . i - f It is for sale by merchants generally. Ask your grocer for it and if he; don't keep it, write us and we will arrange and advise ycui where yon can got it. comeniint j. ..,.. I roi. ulliiz raeiweifs uumii j. owner, iiinuuiiivdiicu ".1 " i "7s7Tn.olesaJ.e G-rocers FOX SaleTDTT WATSON. BURKHAIIT & WATSOX, K. TRAM, Woodsfield,.Ohio; G. Thos. W. Lewis, 0.1 MA IX HTItKKT, y. a -v. hvil 1. 1 : , oil l o, HKAI.K.1! IN Slate and Iron Mantels, Clover, Timothy, nine fSrnsR nnd other Farm rk-eils, Hardware, 6zo. Will And in Stock the most varied and exten sive line of IVEetxxtols in Fjisteni, Ohio. nugSl ,'Stitl. P XAJ? H r n i m ii i III Cold In Head, Ca tarrh, HAY FKVER., Xof m Liquid, Siniff or J'oir dev. Free from I ii j a r i o it x l)riuj mid ()f feitxire odor. A partlele Is ni- Intomrh iHtrtl find ntrroonMo. lHo ,'n,!, ' ''lr,lI.,r.,? .KLY BR-. !"'- m a ii'Mi" ii m " infill iri(ir.ivnTlt no ,Rit,ti Owego, X. Y. tlcely. Wholesale and Retail . U1TQ filDO oprl niDQ HAlO, r UAfO Mi 111110, N'. 1047 XnU Mret I, W Heeling-, West Vn. mchl,'Mlm. ZEaxrrl for Sale. A K.VHM of H A'Iti:.M nenr Antl xViwii. IhlM county, will lie wit.l for v thirti eo.t. ti) Improvements nn'l ontlmilillninr AI.tllir!-or-linnU II. lA'OX.H. inl','iml of food, as well as a luxury, in every - ' - . - - r the f 'ivil Wnr. and he will tell, his bacon. "f"S. B.") beans, crackers, . . . ' t tl 1 . if tbe Uottee is goon, every nnn cise pan, before grinding, and set it on .1a. 1w. fntf'.UX .... ...- ..... . r... -i. 1.,- a i tht HAY John W. Pinkerton & znsrssTTiiL-ni-Ei, 0x2:10. OBLIXGER, W.- O. IJU1T, Ix-wisville, LOOK IF YOU WANT BARGAINS ii Dry Goods, Notions,' Groceries;5 Ilnrtlware, Qiieensware, Routs, Shoe. IIats,rni. Ileadr Made tlothlnf, nnd the IIIOIIKHT PRH'K for COl'NTUV l'HODI'CF als... IIAUoNamI KUH'll. call mi .. . . aprt.'niy. AI.HX. lmoAVM'IKM). A ntlooh. Olilo. Franklin B r Hill mm 400 Acres in Cultivate Kew and Choice Fruits a Specially j All stock warranted first class and true to name. A fine alock of Oraniental Iopcs. Roses and Hhrulis. SHi lnl prices on targe Onlcrs. ' ' ' ' AOKX'IH AXnitF.W 1WUU,.. . 4reenlirier, Ohio. nuj:17,'HKin4. HCwo l3jmjcn6t Bargains Ira. "Wash. C-ood.s- 59 Pieces Best 12 i-2e 64 pes best 12 l-2cSatincs, B0TII OF TIIESK LOTS J. S. mch;),'ntiy .-, MrS. O. 0. WooclsllelcU Ohio, 1m Dealer iiv - DHTE & CWIiK ! ami y. a x v : . Is prepared to Furnish - TBS Uest quality AImi All Kinds of Tinware&Sp a full line of OIKKMAVARK nml IIUWWAIIK for CASH, full Ktl we before pure lincliiir uuuaemnu iu -uunotiau m uuu, . 1 1 t 1 . 1 1 coffee ("Army (.'oltee' wlndi-was always strong ana aiiowca 10 i.ou one or A-c, only going to "fill up, . i .. If vou want the full benefit of the delicate aroma; or calfeone in is the stove or in tne oven lor a lew minutes, uus win yoiuemraie ine ,... . vn,- . ... t , . ...... ,..V !. 1-.. unrest nml lnnt. tn.nb. Kverv nackaL'e - , - - - scm.d. DEXOOX k SOX, ROUSE & BUCKiO,. H. I-V BURKIIKAI) CO., JjSBEU.' (Jhio. H ERE! -IX- Daviis & Co., Ills, .'.rr.FArmirm,- Clnrlniton.O. Dress Ginghams far 8c. in light arid darfc colors,8c. THIS SEASON'S ST1 LB." ' " tib OO, .-; WIIKEIJMO, W.AM. SNBEEu, A ci UUi;u v - and IRON ROOFING of the on short JXotic,c. , . r;ji:1' : which will lie sold ul very low prlccm ' elwwhcn; nnylhiiie In her llni1 iHTlil.'AiJ-. uu iTjC ,wav . A . li k. " L a. . " , I I . i fii i . .1. .. C .! .V. ...i. ..r.fn . llHl- full weiirht and unarantml, t 1 c- . t c n I Cof, I'll .1 , : 4 - m n v, a .; i-,i outings . i ' ' :m - - . 1 -1 . r - i.