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?sday, September 18SG
;E HAMILTON....... ..Rtiitor. T:v State Executive CoiiintHtce Chosen ti mi nn Orpaiiization KUVctt il--iienry liohl Chairman. promise that .he wrmld reform she .' THE OHIO DEMOCRATS IX LWK took him hack. .She says that for the last two years he u.is failed to provide for her, and has lived at her father's hotel paying no board, while ; (-0I.l M,u-s, st.,lt. J. The meeting she has liwii doing servant work for 0r tiu, Democratic State Central her clothes. ! Committee attracted a lare number nnrvwt is all over and threshing McBhidk says the charges are in-' f the prominent members of the ilm,st done in this neighborh..d famously false. party to this cry to-day. The re- a f,w (.roi,s y(.t t, thresh ,nd Iheu ! i'""" i " - tnc machines will lie laid awav ol a most; encouraging nature of the two i-oiin'.ics th..t w'.. KWWIXA. vote was largely si: lit nl i:i both, lie w :;er! e.:? and nocratic State Ticket. Hocretary of Ktate, JOHN C. McBRIDE. of Stark County. Supreme Judge, ' MARTIN D. FOLLKTT. of Washington County. Cleric of Supreme Court, J. A. CRU1KSIIANK. Hchnttl Conimlwlimrr, LEROY I). BROWN, of Butler County. Hoard or rubllo Works LKWIS LUDWIG, of Cuyahoga County. Xiswaxdkk says he has known of jthe alleged facts for nearly a year, ! the general opinion expressed to-day and why he has not brought suit . was that tlie Mate ticket would lie until now, and until McKihhk has ' elei-tod by a handsome majority, and become a candidate, is not explain-!? .majority of the Congressional dis- I ,v i lue liU ls ,u l,,B" Dtv , U'aiin& l",,nt- q-"on those in the ground are affected with dicate that Niswanpkk has been, is having its etlect upon the people tne 8anie disease. This will be bad bribed to bring' a bogus suit so as to ! "d they now realize that he means on the irisIu i destroy McBkidk's chances of dec- i " ""'V Apples in abundance; there will l . . . . i Democratic nartv uromiscu the conn- i - i tion If it be true that the suit is' l" 1 '' .".- .uw, u.T.un-,31 . . one ot your corrcsMnients be laid awav to rest. Wheat and oats are above an ave rage this season. Condition of crops in general niodccrate. Tobacco fair. Potatoes in abundance; yet we no tice that those which have been dug arc commencing to rot very bad, and '.try Some i. . . i. l r i : : i i. 1 - . . urouglll lor pum.ea. ou.pnv. u.eu Tne meeting tO-mgllt Was a IllOSt gJ,jd f(fW that M ,,iV.,(,. it is outrageously infamous. i harmonious one,only the interests of jorg not j,,,, tlc hPt nf editors. If. the alleged charges be truc,jtc party being considered, ine We think they do, and the best of then McBkide should resign and re lieve the Democracy of the load. election of a Chairman for the Exc- husbands, too. cuiive committee was me mosi un-1 anil Iportant matter, and Hon. llonry isohl, of .Marietta, was locratic County Ticket. Kor llocordrr, EDWARD J. GRAHAM. ComnilHxIonrr, JOHN RUBY. Kurrcjror, W. S. JONES. Inflniiitr? Dliwtor, ; JACOB WOHNIIAS. Oh, where is Sly, of Lcwisvillo? i On account of time we shall close chosen for i,v w-inhinu- vou success with voiir the i)sition. This selection is re- Ptr j,1)Pr; j, is now A No. 1. garded as the very best that could j That is our private opinion express- ! ne made, as Jir. ioiu is inoroiigiuy ed n mhc. Ivkxooi. conversant with the politics ot the; State, and he is a most thorough or-j SWAZEY. ganizcr. Joseph G. HuH'man, ofj Perry . County, was chosen Vice! Everybody attended the reunion Chairman; Henry L. Korte, of Mus- nt Summorficld last week, kingnm. Secretary, and W. E. Horn, Fall plowing and saving tobacco of Franklin, Treasurer. j8 the present occupation of the far- The other members are as follows: mora " k membership or the oranu of the Republic is now 326, Democrats of Kansas have hated a colored man for Auditor ite. cost $25,000 to convict the go Anarchists, but no better ment ever was made. . . 1 tf. A 1 .d is nounnj; into tne imieu . from European countries, and utlook for a good fall trade is ving daily. throw yourwlf Into polltii-iil xtrlfi, ,-ct hit with a political brick, . Ill how 3'our piod ncn liy lmlrtlna n r Jnw . icver oi miiKlnff a kick." .- : Republicans have nominated llowing State ticket: For Sec of State, J. S. Romxsos; for w i r -xtr ' . ;nic Juqge, m. b. vim.iams; Jerk of Siipmne Court Ukhax ster ; for School Commissioner, Taitax; for Board of Public S Johx W. Hahx. . itiikk article ajii)cared iu last issue of the St. Clairsville Ve. on the Jurljresliip, signwl ce, wiucir corronoraies tne icnt made in the article ot the of this week by "Monroe." nibt Monroe is entitled to the ation and should have it. . owkkkil subterranean stream ter has been discovered at IMaine, Iowa. An artesian well unk to the depth of 185 feet, which an immense flow of wa- irst forth with terrible force, a volume of water flows forth he country around is being I with it. All etforts to Btop w is in vain. Engineer Mon- if Chicago, ettiinates the dis of water at 5,000,000 gallons with a pressure of twenty-five to tne suuarc incn. ine in that part have become excited the past , week, but mediate danger is exccted lie overflow. . .. A (Jnake. ut 9 o'clock on the evening of t 31, a terrible earthquake was i nced all over the country, the K-ing worst in the eastern part United States. : Charleston, was nearly ruined, buildings Miaken to the gronnd, and the s terror-stricken. Some ten en distinct shocks were felt at ston and other cities in tne shock was felt in most all the id cities throughout thecoun minishing in .severity toward est. The Ohio River, at Ev , fell about a foot and did not to its level for five minutes. I izens were panic-stricken. Th Farmers' Congress. armers' Congress met at St. in Wednesday, August 25, of the Globe ut that city has the ng to say: - ,. :. Farmers' Congress, which k-8 at the State Fair ground )rning,will be one of the finest ntative bodies that ever as l on this continent. The ed- faimer is the highest type of lencan citizen. 1 he National ss of Farmers which convenes is composed of the finest rep- tives of the tillers ot the soil ... . t. ni y state or tne union, iney nt the most important, as it most extensive, industrial tn- in this country. The mem- m 1 . t .i; re men oi uign sianung in espective States and many of enjoy national reputations. k-ople of St. Paul will give i . wide open welcome during ijonrn in our midst. , for $10,000 damages has been t by one E. E. Niswaxdkh, of in County, Ohio, against Johx oE tor alienating me anec f said plaintitf, Nisasdku s, 'he charges are denied by the Mrs. . Lvvx Niswaxdeu, and lie nnd her husband nave led' pleasant! together since n account of his drunkenness. parated at one time and Hv?d Thirt Years of Republicanism Ulainelsm. The following article from the Pittsburg ,iW shows up Blaine of Maine and should be read by every voter: J'Mr. Blaine presents himself and the Republican party as a panacea for all the ills humanity is heir to, morally, financially and industrially. He is lond of dealing In statistics to the disparagement of ..'other sections of the union, especially where the Democratic party is in the ascen dancy. On the Blaine theory his own State of Maine should lead all others in its progress, as it has had more of Blame, Republicanism and Prohibition than any other State in ; the Union, the last thirty years. It; van, of Holmes. ought to be a Political Arcadia and j The Sixteenth District it will be Moral Paradise, expending in wealth, j noticed was doubly honored, Hon. KpuIation and industry as no other Jerry Sullivan, of Holmes, and the State. Mr. Blaine has ruled its pol-; only Ike Hill, of Newark, being plac- itics pretty much r.8 the Czar rules cd on the Executive Committee. Ike ford is visitin" friends here this Leo. Eberzs, of Lawrence; George I Johnson, of Lucas; W: J. O'Neal, of Hamilton; John G. Warwick, of Starke: A. Zug8chwcrts.of Hancock; John L. Vance, of Gallia; Ike Hill, of Licking; J. Degom, of Morrow; M. D. Shaw, of Auglaize; Robert Blec, of Cuyahoga, and .1. J. Sulli- Joseph Younir.and wife, of Mari etta, and Mrs. Ilardesty, of Barnes ville, visited at Sam Gibson's last week. Joseph Draper and wife spent last Sunday with Hatlvcs near Stafford. Miss May Dcrore, of Graysville, is the guest of her friend, Miss Maude Wartieid. ("apt. William Gibson attended the Republican Convention at Co lumbus last wci-k. . Edward Ilardesty, from nearStaf- Russia. i said his private business affairs What are the facts as to Maine as i would hardly admit of him accent- disclosed by the census? Between I860 and 1870 it was the one State in the Union that decreas ed in population. It fell off from 628,000 in 18G0 to 620,000 in 1870. It.increased to 648,000 in 1880, with ilitical funeral be recalled. the exception of Vermont by far the: ing the trust, but in the interest of harmony he would lay personal in terests to one side and put on the harness again. He also requests that the smallest percentage of increase of 1 Earthquake at Charleston, South Car any State of the Union. , The slow-1 oiina. i est moving States of the South in-; Chaklkstox, S. C, September 1. ! created in population in a ratio four There was a tcrribleearthqnakeherej and five times greater than Maine. Mast night at 9:50 p. in. The prin-j in agriculture it lias also tallen cipal business portion of the city is lauiiutf x aj , a. v i v iiiv muhv n iiiv UCOWM vu (imi iiiiiiviiiio vi jviDiunj farms of Maine was 1102,961,000, rendered homeless. Men were fran and in 1880 $102,357,000. There tic, women beseeching mercy from was an increase in some liroducts the Almi2:htA-, and children were in but a falling off in others. No gen-. tears. week, Henry Myers and family ppent last Sunday at John Bach's. "T. Y. F.,". of Lewisville: Y'ou want to know where Swazey is, do von? eh! It is where it always was invitations sent out for his po-situated in a beautiful little val ley just five miles west of Lewisville. "Cyrus," give ns some more poetry soon, please. Ah reroir, ' Wild Rosk. roe County did not support the Dem ocrati& nominee in 1881. It will be found by nn examination of I he vote ie the r more by lVni.i r-.is in Monroe tli.-Mi in i'clir.ont County. How willingly :id llelir.on; Coun ty Mippoit the nominee in l&ll't, when Ciiambess. a defejited Denio ciiitic caiulidatc in Convention, ran ind -'pendent at the election? Let ns now reuipu'iiilate: Belmont Connly has had the following Judges sin-c i he adoption of the lonstilu ti:i. 1 wit: Alexander 5 years; Kcn non Jr (and a Mchimnt appointee) 5 yens; Chambers 5 years; Kelly 5 years; together with the unexpired terms f John W. ()ley and John S. Wjty, both of which were filled by Belmont County men (Cowcn and Kelly.) Monroe County held the ollicc as follows: John W. Okey 5 years; John S. Way 4 years and 9 months and William;()key 5 years. It will be seen by the foregoing that, Monroe County has tilled the ollicc three months less than fifteen ye::rs out of thirty-five. I think the claim that Belmont County being the larger county ought to hold the oflice a greater number of times comes too late, and if not too late, I think it would be unfair, especially when Monroe County furnishes, and must furnish me ucmocrntic majority neccssnry to elect. I think it is apparent that Monroe County is entitled to the nomination at this time. I have given in this artk le, what I regard as a fair and candid statement of facts, and hope that it may be read and accepted hy our Belmont Coun ty Democracy in the same spirit of 'fairness and kindness, in which it is written; and I hope that when' we meet in Convention, we may meet with a determination of harmonizing , the Democracy of both counties of having no independent candidates. of having no withdrawal of delcga , tions or delegates, but with the full intention and determination of nom inating a sound Democrat, a good man, and one who will .at the elec tion receive the full and entire Dem .(cratic vote and be triumphantly 'elected, that it may be no more said that, the 2d sub-Division of the 8th i Judicial District of Ohio elects a Republican Judge. Moxkok. AXTIOCn. - Ill Absolutely Pure. Thin do (ler never Aurirw. A ninrvpl of mi nify, rtrrneth anil wholrmimciii'M. More cco- noinlrnl limn the fnllnnrv kinds, unci nn not ! Mild In roiiiN-tltlon with the niiilttiiilr of w ici. mum wi-iciii ilium or miiMDiintiMMiir. ilcnt. ,VoW on in rin. l!iiv.i. Caking oWDKlt Co., II Hi Wnll St., X. Y. JyiTSdy. The Judgeship. Mk. Editok: As the time is near I at hand when the Democrats are to nominate a candidate against Judge Kelly, jiermit me to make a few ob servations. Common Pleas Judges The main station house, the. not w?tl D.v tne iieopie, until ' nttikv tint iiliiirimi f h a ivnonn f- fliu i iiiv (tvit'wi ii'ii tk .lit; in vpiui eral increase. The State stood still. Citv Hall. Hibernian Hall, nnd many. al agriculturally, while others were ' other well known public buildings, !( institution, thirty-five years ago. forging ahead. J including St. Michael's church art-iIn this district, at that time there In manufactures Maine is also irreparably dainased. Many i)ur-i ere two candidates, Alexander of Although we have been neglectful ins a correspondent for a short pcri !od, it is with pleasure we grasp a j pencil to impart a few lines commu nicative to the dear old Smkit. As regards the reunion held at the Covert Grove, under the super vision of our Hamlet Post, assisted ' by others it was a place qf enjoy ' ment, and an imitative nthearsal of the dreadful and hazardous hard-, ships which the many ex-soldiers of to-day passed through to unite oar, now stable government. Wednes- falling behind. In 1880 it had 4,- sons are seriously if not fatally in 481 factories in the State, and in jured. . Broad street presented 1870 it had 5,550. It paid out in ' spectacle of ""f" T ni,uw,uv iu juou, n.uiiBl. j THE UTMOST 11 OK IS OK. rl4,280,000 in 1870, and the value',, - f i rn r.ru rii 1 p.aI j yen women armed with hatchets iu.,m.,t .,ui Woitmi .r f,, ,. (lav. i iiuisdav and t rulav heinsr the ti, ti. v f .- r r..M. ' flDDointcfl flflvfl. the Satnrrinv nrpvi- 21 iiiuu ui'iiu if. uav) n auouma; nm. 11 t , twice plot-ted, who was followed by "s wns observed as a day of ar i Wm. Kennon Jr. of Belmont for one . rangement and fixture. The G. A. R., instead of kecpiii"; a refreshment term; then John S. Way of Monroe ; of products was $79,500,000 in 18701 ' ;'' "-""."-.for one term; then Chambers of Bel- ' to $79,829,000 in 1 880. Waaes de-1 f,M.'-ht . '81 'P mnt for one term, and- then Wm. crease and the value of the work in-! I" ,sod . I',ln? , Okey of Monn for one term. These ' That don't look well, Mr. i .'It i , . , were all Democrats. So wc find Bel- " a.nil in liii.d n-it 1 ii n(iet IM1 ill ita I 1 . f u i a iiuvi i nil it uuniiiituuivoi m. crease. Blaine. While Maine is stationary or fall ing liehind in population, agricul ture and manufacture, illiteracy is on the increase. It had 13,000 ln habitants in 1870 over ten years of age unable to read, and 18,000 in 1880. It had 19,000 in 1870 unable to write, and 22,000 in 1880. In the statistics of crime, insanity and pauperism there is also an in crease in the rumber of criminals and unfortunates, even with a sta tionary or decreasing imputation, and think of it n prohibitory liq uor law! ' ' ' Mr. Blanie should look at home liefore criticising other sections of the Union or flip reeijlfj of Demo cratic rule etacwhere; Ills Stale .4 a log on a tideless sea. It is falling iH'hind in imputation, agriculture' and manufactures, or is at least sta tionary, while there is nn increase in ! the illiterate, criminal,' insane pud pai)er classes. ' .Ho much for thirty years of Re publicanism, Prohibition and Blaine isip. ! . "Fire-proof Paper May be llade,' says a scientific exchange, "from a puly, consisting of one part vegeta ble fibre, two parts asbestos, one tenth part borax, and one-fifth part alum." It is a pity that such facts as the one following cannot be writ ten, printed or otherwise preserved, opon some sort ol indestructible pa per. "My wjfe suffered seven -years and was bed ridden, too," sahl W. E. Huestis, of .Emporia, Kansas, "n number of physicians failed to help her. Dr. Pierce's ."Golden .Medical Discovery' cured her." All drug gists sell this remedy. "Everybody mont had three terms, and Monroe nrll 4 r iwvtv tli ci nun Tiinli v fi riH ' broke out were inellectually fought, This clearly s'hows that Belmont by the fire department. Ihe night (.0tv i, tn s'tlv and fairlv ..niltl,l was hideous with the groans oC thc,to m; B0,n,nat0nat this time. Be- ih1 11 wIth attending IntentioiiH. stand sold the rizhts in separate jlots, which netted .-bout .0; the crowd was bountifully supplied with all that was palatable, v . Wednesday morning dawned with fair weather. The constant firing of the artillery, stationed on the hill north of the ramp ground, awaken- ELY ' IETfc t'fll .l -V. llirrt RrVrf ill imr mii t'lirr Cold In llcnd. Ca tarrh, HAY FKVKlt, Not a Li'iiiid, Si) lift' or J'oir iler. Free frinn l ii j ii r i o ii Dm if' mill Of feiisire oilor. A Hirtirh Is nj- nlird Intornrh nostril nnd Is iiirn-calili'. Prlrr .ill rcntu nt lrnci;lsts; liy nmil. n-irlstoml, ft; rent, fln'iilnrs rr.i. KI.Y HKOM.; Ini Itlstn, Owotfo, X. Y. difly. . . fMWy" t'5A. Ssaxin- for Sale. A FAIIM of 111 A'ItJ-:M in-nr Antl- 1 Voch, thin county, will lio sold for loss than cost. tHMi impnivcnivnls ami outhiillillngK' Also three on lmnls. H. I.YOXS, 'aiiKin,'Mina. T"()OTS HIIOKS. y KcmusTMAx. Ht pnlrlng and Mnmifni-tiiilni; imnnptly pt tcmlcU to. South Side f K11M I low. LOOK -NOTICE OF APOINTMENT. . Untitle nf Miinjnrrt MeViiji, Jtrrrntril. rpiirc iindorsl-riind lun Imvi mipolnte I nnd 1 nnnliflcd UN AdllllllistRitnr of the rslntc of Mnrciirct MrYny, late of .MonrH ('ninny, ueceaseii. Dnlrd this 7th day of Henteiulsx-, A. T. ISV. wpT.'WU. (ilOUUtlK HIXKS. Farm for Sale. T HAVK Foil SAl.K A KIXK K.VK.M of A fit KM, sttiiMl.tl in Salem tornsliii, Mon- rrom t inrineton, t'l.-irinctoii piaclr roc County, Ohio; six miles from ('Inrineton. w ooiisneld ami near the niiid. Till Fiii'in Is. -Vcll ImprovN!, and very prisluctlve. It Is well (tultiil for Dairy Pnrposes. Any iwrsoii i:hini: ti jmrrliiicc liuul will do well to, irlve me n call Is-forc iiiin-lmsiiic elsewhere, us I will ll nt n Iwriln. t'Ylirs K. MI I.I. Kit. V'oMlsfleld, ?lonrw County, Ohio sei7.'sii. ROAD XOT1CK. NiftlCK Is hen-hy elven that n nellllon will he presented to the Cimml1oiiers of Monroe County, Ohio, at their IhiN-mlM-r .ses sion, lXSfl, pnirlnc for the locution of a county road on the followint line, to wit: Cointnene Inif for the same In the mail known ns the Slurford and Mntninoms ki-hcSc near what I" known as the Low (iap Seliisil House, on the lauds of -William ('line in wction seven, township Ave and more si. ; them-e rniininic through tire lands or William Cliue. Kit ('Hue, 1uii.-hii Dillon, Wm. II. l'owell, )!. . Kd wnnls. Win. Knowlton, Samuel Siiillli. .M.J. nialn. James llakc-r, Mary J. linker. John Dll Um, Thomas Powell, Hester M Urn. Ci'ss, Tims. "ny, Jus liislev and K. Christy, and endlne In the road on K. Christy's hind, known as the prude from Cross Kcvs toWiwsls neld. MAXY PKTITIUXKllM. .wii",'lw.X ; ' j . SIMPSON & HO&E, WIIOLISSAI.' Dry Goods & Notions, IF YOU WANT BARGAINS Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, lbs)!. ShflCS. list. I'lM ttea.lv t..ln l'l,.ll.l. II. tltfillVHT PltlCK for Col'XTllY PKODCCK, also, HACOX aiid flA)V K. callon aprfi,Wy. AliUX. "HOAVN J'l i;i,I. Antloeli, Ohio. Hardware, Uueenswnre, Franklin Davis & Co., 400 teres in Cultivation. New and Choice Fruits a Specialty. All stK-k warranted first class and true to nam. Shrulis. Special prices on Imtv (rders. ,A floe s.tof'k of Oramcutal trees, Hoses and AOHNTH. AXMIKW IWKMi, Urecnhrler, Ohio... nncl7,'HI!liil. ...Y. FAItltlKK, -. Clarlngton, O. , HARDWARE! HARDWARE!! The Only First-class Hardware Store in the County. OH1FLIS LXJ Micioaor to C, H. Hir'ii', Prices H 09 Main an HOi South is. ."Wheeling, liich.KV?l.v 'et Va. i A Complete HtockAlwnystin land. to JMiit the tlard Times. , DOORS, SASH and GLASS, STOVES and TINWARE,. AT THR IWKST PKIcm Phosphate, Feci Cutters, Corn Shellers, Com and Coh Milts, Sewer Pip... Tlllnst, Fronts and Orates, Mechanics' Tools, Plows ami IVInls, Implements nf all kinds. Knives and Forks, and Cutlery of every desenipl ion. Grain 3D rills, Hay Forks, cbo., c5o. incli2,,Jij-. , j. 1V fJOODS, XOTIOXH, JkC. T. S. XII03DE!S Sz, CO. -HAVE orENEI)- NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. Mrs. O. O. SNYDER, Woo(l8fieW,0hio, i Dealer in 'UW I'1U:'CII NOVKIiTIKH iar.MIT-.lC A'I AVtI. New Combination Suits. IVeAV Camel 1 Tail1 ' ergfr. New Silk ami Wool Checks and Stripes. Tricots and Cashmere in full shades. Flan & Striped Trimming Velvets and plushes in all the new shades. J. S. RHODES cto OO. ineh;M,'Stiy . , "" W1IKUIJNO, AV. AA. istik & mm mm, All Kinds of Tinware&Spouting, Is prepared to Famish TIN and IRON ROOFING of the Best Quality on Short Notice. Also a full line of Ql'KKXWAIlK and oLvKSWAKK, which will lie sold at vrrv low nrlt m lor CASH. Call and see la-fore purchasing elsewhere anything In her line. dcclSiCiy. mutli 1 . ll - A ii . .1 .1 . ci.ving. me wreains oi me woiumuu ; sI(UB jlt.ni,)nt Connlv js ami prayers oi tne uninjured. is, ,aT aU(l to lngHrat;(lullutv should impossible to estimate the losses of; havt, Petcnng to three for '.Monroe. lieiH.us or property at present. I p; A?;i,in? Moiiroe hag only wjnillrv to noon to-day there liad l.een ten Bll,,llortwi firo candidates from l?ei distinct shoeks. ; mont, Kennon and ChamlK-rs, wliiit- CoiHlcnined by Their Own Record, i J?1'1'"""1 ,,a8 8"lM;rted all fvr of . ' tlie 31 on roe candidates. We demand iu Lelialf of the great Fvc yvan 9g0f n()tWitlist.in.li? wool jrrovinjr interests of our State, Monroe "had liadm- terms to only a restoration of the wool tariff of ttrn froI11 Mmont, Judge Okey Mi. llepiiblirmi Platform. 80glt fl ft.-eleetion; and MonroV Why do you demand it? (-ountv relusiwl to remain in the ton The tariff on wool was reduced by .Vention. a Hepui.iiean congress and wis IMmont- Coiintv is i-.isilv and Kigtuid hy a Jiejiiililieaii President. fairiv t'lilillcd to tlii.- noiiiiiii'tioii. . senator ,jonn puurmn gvp ,l)t ou u d(ht TIu. tasling vote in the Senate l.y virtue fjfty.flv,, hundiKid Jit'mHl;afir yoti.r of whU h vote tlic hill jiassed. of 'lk'lmont count more than the (ien. Uol.inson, j resent Swretary thirty-live hundred of Monroe ( 01111- j(f State and a candidate fir re-elee- fxv ' Bki.mont. t:on on the IJepubliean ticket, votert ,r, , , .. , , . .. . ., ,, 1 .. . . ,. ... The above article apiieared in 1 lie I it IIIV A HMItJV, Vlt r r ! v t ' lilixv 1 ir name lull to reduie tiie tariff on ought to keep it. trial. It only needs The Pittsburgh Pt rives this interesting little comparison of Mk, Bltune s speeehmaking on the tariff question: wSt. Clairsville Guzvtte, of August C.fli T 1'jntrfi.liK.n i Iwt t il.' wool, out of its order for actiou.that . . , . T . .. .. . , , ... .. cle to show that, I am treating the lumjg t"C pnly means lv winch it .. - ... ,. . - 11 1 Tj 11 r- 1 writer themtf with in-rleet fairness. ZSy t ssed " ' m ' W ' J ! W lontin W Ml t nnaii. p.issui , ! the time Alexandur ol Helmont, and 1 he Republican party is hy,KH-.,t- WUon of M can(lw'ateBi u. Fiiua . m. .-u Jf j nm correct ifl this, Ilwvcbwn . . J .V 1 fsis 01 1 in? wool fjruwiTS. 1...1 l ..u i::: .... . . . , . ii7ii iivim 111 11119 miii-mi initiii icv lllS is a strong reason why it . .. ,- . .o - . , , , , , . , ... cept the last one.) As far as the should be defeated this year. .. ' .. . ,. , II I PI If.llill .11111 l IIIV .IIIUH.' IlllUVt' which were carried out and brought to eld Antl"ch one of her l.-ugest crowds ever witnessed within her limits'. The crowd was entertained each forenoon by speeches, music, (vocal and martial), the mock cap turing, trying r.nd executing of spies. That was so well carried out that it brought the tears from many of the more susceptible ones as the cap tives fell, apparently dead, at the re 0't of t lie guns. . About an hour Mi 1 a half wrs occupied at noon in dining and recreation. At this timei many gathered arou.id the "(lo-dev-1 its." r.nd in a whii!ii:u motin plifj the atmosphere to the tune of twci',. I ty-fiyc Jimes fround Un' wutld ftir a j nitkel. The aftenioons were spent) in slnn bst'les, s ee(hcs and dps parades; music was furnished by the! ("ruin n Knowlton liands: sptfil.es Lyons .wl Harby, Judi;e . . - - - - . - . , . . ; -T) . 4 . 1 - '' Zimesrille Siritdl. by He vs. Pearson, Attorney Drigjrs, Captains. Krncl: anil l)oiirlii'i'tv. an-T titheis. ' I " , .1 1 whose names we are not prepared to c:ni. pff-. hna Iuv ouip nn miU.U r ftwwt. noil na n biTiirr. in everv honsnhnld in th ChrUtinn Wnrt.t nn.l ili rev.Jnt5n ..r h .1.1 -.f rrTl. A V'V 0!,'inost ,0(l,,of "n(? i J bnviiii (ireen" Instead of -"RoaBttHl," has passed nwav, wo all re ognize one fact, and that is the wish to be absolutely' certain that' our aeV-tloi of behaf -Mf tliP i;-0 .iU'rv to '('om-eforourowiiHseia-PHic.". " V..; . thank one and all for their eloquent ,The p,im.i1):,l nm-ssity for making n eitp of gorvl Coffee, is, of conrsc,orf "Coffee" i this might swin a Biirfliious statement, but, in reality. It de a member of every Judicial tven- 'V . ' J . ' iMmaii thc4 (Wtv .Tlu. n(iittr,:tion of Colfee, lMth green and rotsted, and the vast scale on which it is practiced, are well known facts. ',.., Ip, , 1 ! l a ' To make the hoicest of Coffee nd have it fragrant, clear and delicious, you must use some egg. As good -a-way and one that will gire yon splen- Ihe Sham battles Were Conducted i; i -Hr .jn; '., .1 P-tvr.. f Mntiwtnn nrlnntal fVtlfno into iwn! bonk nn Ibrlit. nnrt. or n-lioli. nt an tihn intn 'rhn .tiffiio 1... Af..e ,1 t' " M , - "o.-r o. ' 11) '.IJ1.3. .utllJD .iii'i iinnn, Vll. referred to states who" were elected, From Jlr. Blaine's speech nt Hcciiro Ijike Maine, Ancnst 24, ltMl "I am a firm be- 12J Krom Mr. Illnliie's ler 1 n ( "on itress. M a rr Ii Hi, 1.174, three days ni ter the vote of the House to rcnciil nil duties on coat. 31 r. Maine was in favor of the repeal jjp coal tariff and th. gentleman Mr. Uutler was not" liever in the effi cacy 'of the pro tective tariff, and I can look back with serene satis faction to my re cord in Congress as never blotted by a single vote that . was not frleiully to the in terests of AliHT' ican lalior." 31 r. Blaine's memory seems to bu defective. And he cannot remember his treaks at different times with the tariff. th(i)r debts? this question seems to be answered j)) the affirmative by a Justice of the Peace, vho that he thinks he can collet Bcription bills' in his ncighiiorhood, because a number of the delinquents have joined church. Our sanguine friend may be right in his estimate, but on this suject.al'ter thirty years' tt;n('JHT wo confess to be a doubt ing Thorn."., X icligi'HJ f ! wl,ld cause men to pay tlieli' debtn wouUl be a valuable factor in the newspu- per business, anil would oe welcom ed by Newspaper publishers who are constantly victimized by all classes of men, from alleged christians to pronounced infidels. Njw notwith standing all the changes of the een tni'i.r...na in the l:ivs of PoilC. an . ii-owfc.t:.i fit . . . 11 honest man U tUu mMt ?'rH .f . v (Jki. ffiiriienrflh ; H'ei'n'tm. its statements are true, but it does history of Democratic . Conventions, Pettys, Ike Strieklinir. Soles These 1 lwv ut r.r aitt rlio tkm n iitiL' Avon until "f hn turrr Id ItnVml wlioii vnur t 'nffiiui !o isiuttt ftir ttin mill nfilfiia wir nnrl t-Klu witliMif fiillinr my , . uiv 11 iiiiiiitvi itivi 17 . v 1.1 iv, riiii 111 Uiviv imvii iui.a vnv mtw riv n uu () vrni v"ii.xj m i kmi ra iiiv imiif J'W emu fliii n iiuyuv 1 til 1 " 1 Tn nirlv jl ita. t iria nril tt matiloriwl Iiii1tlifitl tf firln! srmii T X .rt(H Imt llirinr thii lrifr. xcc 4T tlirix fffinrfti intia if Ixx nnin an natulklialiiMl foci and . . .... iTa ht 'iri 111111 1 m tin Trn ITJ-1 lnoa ro I low. 11 111 Mkn mon n-iv ..... , , . 1 " ' fir .Inirf-ft Thi. miini, ..,' 't state all the facts. Early in the "T?11 0,11 01 riJin , that it is better for the consumer" to IS.'"t,offee,,. mitde strong and drink a less quantity nated manner march rd to the tune ..v..i t Ji . ' :e : ' writcw 1 became understood, either by res- In1 .V, J' , Solution to that frtvet. or bv srnl l't vpatorday hj',7 hnll drillud. At, 1 su o- i. ... ' .jr. nisrht the soldiers srathered around understanding that, the candidates For example, takp tilt noldier during the Civil War, and he will tell, his coffee ("Army (offce" which was always strong nnd allowed to boil one or two minutes only) made the meal, the bacon, '(S. 1$.") beans, crackers, fre., only going to "fill up." ,. ' ; ; f tl.it tniir.i.it- -nf )tii.uL-f.idt. tul.li.j if frli.V f !.ffoo id irrwl ovpref ll ill ir i.lae la crwwl Tf rnti n'int. t.lif. full bcni'llt nf tin. ilolii-Mitn a tvkiri a .11 ..affwkv... i ntglit tlie soldiers gatliercu around .,. vr.... .. iw.fw.: ..,.;,,., a..t it tk at.. ;n i, ,.,. tv, n,;n.,t..a tt,: ...:n t... m c till" V 1IIH-I.T, 1 711 l. I4V V.'llll -V IU 11 I ll 111 )l 11, 111 1V1I V Jtl lUVIIH, .Ilia Oti I. VU IIIV nnnu Ul 111 ,1IU,,1.IE VFI IV t, HI 111 11 Kn , 11 IB O 111 1. 1'lll 1. 11 1 I il I V 1 1V Vll 1'f ! .1 a l ...l i 4i.i should be alternated between the ' " , ' 4 feone. and dissipate, partially, any m!oi- the Coffee may have absorbed. Coffee is very much like butter, which absorbs all surrounding odors." " counties each county having the . : ! . ;"a".' ''npi-, in placing Pinkerton' a-Oriental Combination Coffee (put up in one pound packages imly) on the market, we do so after many years of careful study Judge for one term. . "f ' ' " ' , " . experience, both in this country and Euroiie; . It is said in the article referred to that, John W. Okey was elected for two terms, in succession, which is (rue; but 3Iour6e County did not present hi uamu, wr nsk f'r thp second term.- He was re-nomlnated by universal consent, there being no! other candidate, before the Conven tion. He removed to Guernsey County shortly after his election, and remained there until he resign ed, and his unexpired term was fill- lk'linont County man ap- Dointed by the Governor; so while he rcrved'ou bin weond tvttit hu lu: 'ed In Guernsey County, and after Tliw art JSpIM Facts. The best blood porUW np4 h(Vj tem regulator ever placed within ttu reach of suffering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Consti pation, Weak Kidneys, or any dis ease of the urinary organs, or who ever requires nn appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters tUu. lwt .and only certain cure known. They ac-taiir ly and quickly, every bottle guaran teed to give entire satisfaction or money refunded. , Sold at fifty cents A ( nnlain's Fortunate Discovery. Cai.t. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, resignation, Belmont County filled . i i -!f.. the term by apiKiintment. Ihe first N."Y had bwn troubled with a time any attempt was ever made to rough so that he was unable to sleep, 1' from the one term rule, was Vii! IvlnriHl to try Dr. King's "hen he .nont iMega- fNcw Discovery tot t'imsiimption. It 1 " l" '7" , " " not only gave him instant relief, tint renominauon o. r. lallaved the extreme soreness in his t namoers, u iifU) m .Ht-.nu- breast. His chiblrcn were similarly ciraw.nn pany.n.... u.cou euu-m; afleeted "and a single dose had the ? butiible iiiiitittioi, of which exam same happy eflect. Dr. King's Sew l'e y .lmoBt., a )mJy )ym till' standard rem- "? lb81 Knowing that edvlp trfp Cilemart bppsebob nju such a course wiHid be pursutHl is on board the schoone. '. b" " !f Thj I WE "t'It!)!' Fw Trial Bottles of this Staudard 1 "nvrntluB, . ,r , , i Kemodv nt It. W. Pooi-'a I)rnr Store. I tho easo of Chambers, there i a' i ti ' ! "Y i We have gone to considerable exiH'ns in building, not only our own special machinery, but have bought all modem; improvements known to the the soldiers retired to thflir tents to . r,i j . ,i i., ....! . i,..'... i, i..,0V .,,i ,ot ....,...,i..fr. ...r.,n,JL..n..nt ;n ti... w..i.i . ...ti. ..i. -,t i. nir.. .- - X .II1IV-V JilillLl, illll II V 11VI UUt l VDI I .1 .T Rillll; IV V llll HIV I'VOl II1IU IIUFO. VVf...riV. CI I III. U v IU .11V M HUM lll 1F1IIj Vli-ilUllli U-l ailNinilll V-lllll.. - Having a full complement of flfticn help, we "take on the Roasting of Coffee at an actual exiiense only, of lalor reqniml, this saving enabling us to. use a much better- grade, of grcn Coffee in our "Oriental" than is generally used by Roasters in their package Coffee. . . For the past sixteen years we have been doing a large and extensive Wholesale Grocery business; our present building we built for our own exclu sive use, being Prtiir stories and basement, each 32xl3'l feet, giving us a floor space of 21,000 feet; the third story Wing built for our . Coffee . Dejort--ment; we also -occupy a large warehouse close to our store building. . v ' ' f. -' 1 v . . ... . ... . . . . , ! 3 I . I mj , . . jiii iuji i ni. i;ii tew irauiit nine uuoeo iiinuuini iui iuj; m uui rAirusnr hudiu, uu mm i-iiijium uui bvi vintT "J jnij'ie, imu uiuiuier 1 inin- stantly increasing. We have a Koasting capacity of 100 Bags of Green, or from 11,000 to 12,000 iounds jUoastcd Coffee, jHTday, of 10 hours eachC (fur Roasters are running every day excepting Sundayand our jiackers are at work putting the Coffee in packages before it becomes wild; this insures the conf sinner fresh goods, as each day's Roasting takes care of itself. Oriental' Coffee is absolutely pure and free from any. or all deleterious substances used in the ndnlteration of ( 'offee. Some Roasters dump Cof. fee, after roasting, into a vat containing a cheap m,ixtme of Coffee Essence, Glue, Gum Arabic, Burnt Syrup or Glucose; others sprinkle it opt Vd hot. This is done to cover up mRty, tainted or bad beans, and to give the Coffee a 6trong taste, but pr incipally to increase the weight, the Coffee, (io from ? to 1 1 pounds, to every loi pounds of ro'Ssed; if jcople using Coffee that is dojcd, knew of what it was composed or filled, they (like tlu tta.fr th but ter) would tak. it separate. ; ' . "Oriental" Cotrce is recommended for cleanliness, purity, strength, freshness and fine flavor. Of one thing you are assured, Tind tUa la, thk uimii staxv DAKD OF OlUEXTAL CoKKKH WII.I. AIAVAVS II K MAIXTAIXKI). . . i ! " " Dealers may seek to sell yoieothcr brands and will say "they as good as Oriental," but if yon could get at the cause of interest manifested, you will find, t .......... . 1 M .... ... . Cl . : ...... I .! .......... t. :MfV 1 1. n t . r. . I 1. ... M ,.n.n(i.. Ilin.ri n ge . . . . fl . lUn.it 4 V.V. ..... . .n ......... I A . . . . ! . . sleen off the day's exposure, but were obliged to lay with their eyes open on account of the yncifcvoujj ery of, "Whore's HliV" which resonn ,ded from hill to hill, and 6cnt abroad by some nonsensical escapes who were in an imaginative state of in toxication. There was a 'dunce in Beaver's Hall each day and night, and the "Novelty Five," . consisting of the celebrated Dearth Brothers, showed t the fjchfjol l)o;ise, Tho roii of Veterans' were miia tercd ln by a Bamesville recruiting officer, -accompanied by ten of their Post. .' El.I ToiTH-ME-XOT. . rfy'd'" ( 'level "Hid Plain Dealer i .'oea, uiri ue nin mii hi Misiiiu oiiiiieiiiiuj; hi ju o luiui ii fiii'in" i""u in Mimi, incn- viiui-i-o mi -.;uumiiirn ami iiiiujhh iboh Willi vrl-. says- "Senator Bassett of Younrs- enta' " w'."' Bat',s0".vou that we use a much better grade of green, than ;is generally 'used by Roasters, and by mr special machinery, we stand at the topv r!!wei!iaiM tllilin Tliat t,,ere IUi,y ,K? no misunderstanding nlWl the. absolute purity of every package of our ."Oriental" C'offw", we will pay (11,000.00) one thousand Ad- cnrrcsjiondent so. He sayg McBri'l" will poll 10,000 Ro,piblicau votes qn lars in irold. for each and tvrv naekaire. of our "Oriental" Cofl'ir, that contains any admWati'U) useil by us. fpt: (pile by merchants, generally. Ask ,VQ",r gfHVr for it and if lie, don t Keep It, write us and we will arrange and advise you where yon can get it account ot his labor record. Senator Fassett may safely double that vote." McBride will not get less than 20,-' 000 straight Republican votes, be-, cause oi jus labqr. fri;t- Tiikuk are many accidents an.-l conveniently. Prof. Wurtz' Edelweiss Baking lVwrcr, nian.nf;ictiircd. on.lv bv us, is the purest and lCHt made. Every package full weight and guaranteed. t k I. John W. Pinkerton & Co., was a persistence to the extent of iis(.asi.g whieh affee't Stock and cause1 An old gentleman in .Maryland running against William Okey the said Le had raised , his family on "Sellers' Liver Pills," and consider ed them alnidst as essential to a family pb biPiul. ' That's true. for Vevcrat months, but under a Jjy R. AVr. Pope, which in the case of Monroe Count y in 1881, opjyosition almost entiudy ceased with the Convention no In dependent Democratic candidate at The earthquake in Greece caused tho election. r , , the loss of 300 lives. It is said in substance that, Mon- si'i'ioiiii inconvenience and loss tn regular nominee,, at the election; the farmer in his workwhich may be quickly remedied bv the use of Dr. J. H. 'McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. ' 1 Grocers bjocxl Coffee; ;X5oa.eSter -' : - -- ": " - - i-' - -'r) . :.: ::t"; Z-lSrESTT-IXLEI, OHIO. Roller skates into bnttons. are being turned OX Sclle "bT WATSON. BURKHART & WATSON, E. DENOON & SON, ROUSE & BUCKIO, i It. F. iU'KKUK'Vtl (X)J.BER . TRAM, Woodsfield, Ohio; C. G: OBT.lNGKR.-.W. O. BUT!', lewisville, Ohio. "