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Tuesday, Oct, 12, 1SS6.
WIRE HAMILTON. .....Editor. democratic State Ticket. , Secretary of State, . ' JOHN C. McBRIDE. of Stark County. Supreme Judge. " ' . .. MARTIN D. TOLLETT. of Washington County ; ' Clerk of Supreme Court, , , J. A. CRUIKSIIANK. School Commissioner,,' LEROY D. BROWN. of Butler County. Board of Public Works, LEWIS LUDWIG, of Cuyahoga County. District Ticket. For Congress Fifteenth District, . A. J. WARNER. Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial IMBtrict. WILLIAM II. SAFFORD. ' . Judge of Common Tlens Court, ; V JOHN B. DRIGGS, of Monroe County. Democratic County Ticket, -For Recorder, EDWARD J. GRAHAM. Commissioner, - - JOHN RUBY. . ' - ' ' Surveyor, . ' ' W. S. JONES. - Infirmary Director, JACOB WOHNHAS. ELECTION TUESDAY, NO- V f EMBER 2. Democrats don't forget that you have a superb ticket, throughout, this jfalL Let every man work for the of all and victory will be success purs. VOTE FOR JOHN B. DRIGGS FOR JUDGE. Ret. Sam Joxes says of the Re publican party : "You might as well httempt to inn hell without lire, as o try and run the Republican party Without" whisky." . r- - at jfc VOTE FOR A. J. WARNER FOR CONGRESS. , Gex. Dawes did not open Gkoste- .jdr's campaign here Tuesday. The ieneral was a courageous soldier luring the war, and as a brave man cnows hew to be generous to an en my, but the spectacle of the Gene al gr&wing enthusiastic over Gros exor's return to Congress would be i little too affecting. Athens Jour i a I, : ' .'. - v. . VOTE FOR THE STATE TICK LT bw-SOVEMBER 2. Gex. Wakxer will speak at Mata- noras Tuesday evening, October 19. On Wednesday afternoon, October 0, at Sardis, Monroe County. He Will continue in Monroe until Tuee- lay evening, October 26, when he rill speak in Woodsficld. Let every democrat see to it that he has a arge audience at these several meet ings. Everybody go and listen to m honest discussion of the true is sues of the campaign. BE SURE YOU HAVE A.DEM JCRATIC TICKET, THEN VOTE T STRAIGHT. ' ' . Election Day, November 2. Let every-Democrat in Monroe 'ounty be at the polls on that day, ind vote, and vote right. The way o know vou arc right is to be sure on have a straight Democratic tick t and vote it straight, without a ingle 8ccateh. , Don't be deluded by'any clap-trap, or by any prejudices of your own, ut remember when you are voting r a nominee of- the Democratic arty you are voting for the best. .Ye- believe in Democracy, we also elieve that the way to have Democ :cy is to havel)emocratic officers. We would like to sec a Republi :in stronghold that has a Demo- ratic officer in it, elected by the eople. Only Democrats to be on Deck. It is quite generally believed that pon the return of the President and is Cabinet officers a wholesale dis- harge of Republicans not under ivil Service law will be made. In ie Interior Department there are hirtj'-seven Republican chiefs of ivisions who will-be discharged by November 1 and their places filled y Democrats. In the Postoffice department there are eleven Repub- can cnicis who win aiso De remov- 1; In the State, Navy and Army departments there have been few re iovals, but all have to go. There e less Republican chiefs in the reasury Department than in any her single branch of the Govern ent. Commissioner Black has said lat by December 1 there Will not 'e a Republican in ihat office who is lot ' under civil-service jurisdiction. ir. Bayard, who had been conserv- ftive about making cnanges m nis epartment,' has assumed a proud democratic spirit and will make a lory radical change.sothatinashort Eme none but Democrats will be on eck. Washington Special to the Vorhl We. are in hopes this is.true'and ' A. 1,W ll 1 ly, Amen to u. "iurn ine rascais kt. When the Republicans neld ie rein, Republicans held the ofll- ccs. The people decided in 1 8S-4 to . try the Democrats. Let us have the Joltues so that we can have a fair showing, that the people may judge the Democratic party by the work ings of her own servants who are in terested in the cause of Democracy. We believe in Democracy. We be lieve that in the Democratic party there are as good men as in the Re publican party. Believing this to be true' we say, Give the Democrats the places as soon as possible. We want Democrats, whole Democrats, and nothing but Democrats in office. JOINT DISCISSION. Warner Hesitates. Read the following: Athens, 0., . Gen. A. J. Warner, Marietta, Ohio: My Deak Sik: I see by the news papers that you have been nomina ted for Congress in this district,and I assume that, following the course which you have pursued in other campaigns you will appear upon the stump upon the political questions of the day. Your nomination lias come so late that it will be impossible to make a thorough canvass of the five coun ties of the district; and with a view to presenting my side of the case involved in our "contest I respectfully solicit your acceptance of my propo sition, which I hereby make,thatw hold joint discussions at such times and places as may be mutually agreed upon by ourselves; or by such committees as may be properly charged with such arrangement. To this end I beg .to inform you that I will go to Marietta on next Monday, October 4, and that the Congressional Committee of the Re publican party for the district wil be present in that city at that time and I suggest that it would be suitable occasion to have a confer ence for the purpose of arranging the joint debate or debates, if"t is your pleasure to accept this propo sition. I have the honor to be rC' spectfully yours, , C. H. Gkosvexor. Makiettav Ohio, Sept. 29, 1886. Gen. C. II. Grosvenor. Athens. Ohio: Dear Sir: Your letter, without date, was handed me this afternoon after the adjournment of the Con vention. I did not intend nor expect to be a candidate and, therefore, at this writing, have made no arrangements whatever myself respecting the can vass.,. I am obliged, moreover, to take the first train for JVetr York to meet 'a business engagement and will have no time to confer with the committee as to plans. which they have made or may make for the can vass of the district. . I shaM, there fore, refer your letter to the commit tee with the advice that, so far as am personally ' concerned, I am not adverse to a limited time being given to a joint discussion of the issues involved in the canvass. What thi committee may think best, in view of the brief time that I can, under any circumstances, give to the can vass, I do not know. Very respect fully j'eurs, A. J. Warxer, . As we go to press Gen. v arner deelines through Mr." Follett the joint discussion. The above we clip from the Marl etta Register, which is a correct copy of Grosvexor's letter to War xer and Gen. Warxek's reply, but it' misrepresents Mr. Follett, the Chairman of the Democratic Con gressionil Committee. The follow ing i an exact copv of the letter of A. D. Foi.lett to the Republican Congressional Committee: Marietta, Ohio, Oct, 4, 1886 John W. Doherty, Esq., Chairman Eep. Cong. l oin., i.uji ujBirici; . uearmr: uen. Warner nas re ferred, to the Democratic Congres sional Committee of the 15th bis trict a communication from Gen Grosvenor proposing a joint discus- sion.between himself and Gen. War ner during the pending canvass. Gen. Warner, in referring the communication, expresses himself as not averse to a, limited time being given to such discussion, but leaves the committee to decide as to the practicability of arranging it. I am the only member of the com mittee here, and have no means of consulting with the other members, I know, however,that the arrange ments already made by the commit tee and reported to the several coun ties are "such as would dispose of Gen. Warner s time from now until election day. I do not see how we can arrange for a joint discussion except possi bly late in the canvass. Respect fully yours. A. D. Foixett, Ch'n Dem. Cong. Com. loth Dist. . Let us notice C. II. Grosvexor's latter. It begins: "I see. by the newspapers that you have been nom inated for Congress in this district" fce. The letter was dated September 29 and handed to Warxer at 3:45 p. m. ot that day, tue z9th. ' Gen. Warxer was nominated about one nour previous to receiving the letter, 2:45 r. m., of the 29th. The etter was received by the Chairman of the . Republican County Commit tee of Washington County at noon of the same day, September 29 We would like for some one to ex plain how C. H. Grosvexor could see by the newspapers that Gen. Warmer was nominated. If this i3 a fair sample of Gros vexor's propensities for truth, we are inclined to think that his well known reputation as a demagogue is not undeserved. ' Look out for the same class of statements on the stump. Very Remarkable liecotery. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of.Manches ter, Mich., writes: "My wife has been almost helpless for- five years, so helpless that she could not turn over, in bed alone. She used two Bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that she is able now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that Is claimed for thein. Hundreds of tesr timonial attest their great curative powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at R. W. Pope's. TIMELY HITS From the Ohio Press. THE SCHOOL-HOOK M0XOP0LY. Meign bounty Telegraph. While we frequently differ with the Cincinnati Enquirer, yet in its efforts to liberate the people from the school-book monopoly, the En quirer lifts our hearty "sympathy. Ihc cutting up and subdividing of text-books in series of numbers has already been referred to in our col umns, yet the system goes on, and our educators seem to indorse it. A series of six readers and a primer is simply a method of compelling the people to buy double the numbers of readers necessary. The same maj be said of other text-books which are forced upon our schools. That there has always been an exorbitant price paid for school-books is well under stood, but although the people have grumbled, yet no remedy has been provided, unless the remedy addpted by the" people of Pomeroy this sum mer can be reproduced. Bj' a "civil war" we brought down two rival school-book establishments and got a supply of readers at fair prices, but this was only temporan' relief. We trust The Enquirer will perse vere in the contest it is making, un .til some decided and permanent re lief is afforded. TnE STATE DISGRACED. ' Troy Democrat. Never has the State of Ohio- been so disgraced by the action of its Gov ernor as has been done by Governor Foraker in thus stooping so low as to seek from convicted felons in the penitentiary evidence to injure the Democratic party and help his own. The story itself is utterly incredible and false on its face, and so will ap pear to all sensible men, and how s man holding the official position that liovcrnor t oraker docs, and possess ing the intelligence that he ought to have to bcGovernor of Ohio, could attach any credit to so monstroiiB a story, or could stoop so low as to seek and accept a convict's snbstan nation of it as true, and present it in sober earnestness to any intelli gent audience, is utterly incompre hensible, and can only be accounted for on the ground that he has gone "daft," or has degenerated fcrto a do litical demagogue of the lowest pot- nouse type. HEPCBLICAX DUPLICITY. Newark 1 Ad vacate. John Sherman opened the Repub lican State campaign once more last night at Portsmouth. It appears that the campaign requires a good deal of opening this year, or else it won't stay opened, or something-of the sort During the course of the distinguished gentleman's remarks it is said that he "touched upon the lailure of the Democracy to restore the tariff on wool." For a specimen of cold, monumental gall this cer tainly takes the whole bakery ! How does it come that "the tariff on wool!" needs "restoring?" Who destroyed it in the first place? ISot the Demo crats. They Voted almost to a man against the reduction of the wool tariff, and in favor of giving the far mer and wool-grower something of the same protection that the tariff affords to other classes. GREAT LOVE FOR SOLDIERS. Democratic XortB-wcst. Republican editors of Ohio have a great deal to say about the Demo- critic party and the soldier, but they lorget that it has not been a great many years since the Democratic ticket was headed by General Ew ing and General Rice, while the Re publican ticket was headed by Charles Foster. It is well known that the stay-at-home Foster was elected over the gallant soldiers. The Republicans love the soldiers with their mouths. IX LEAGUE WITH CRIMIXAL8. Muskingum News. The accusations and allegations of little'Tin-God Foraker, coming as they do from a man notoriously in league with Cincinnati neriurers. will have no weight with the decent people of the State. It haa been a long time since Ohio was disgraced by having as Governor a man who, it not a criminal, is in league with criminals; and the voters of the State will tike good care that it does not soon, occur again. DESPERATE INDEED. Marlon Democratic Mirror. Governor Foraker has taken -two more penitentiary convicts to his bo som, this time a murderer and a horse-thief. Under a promise of pardon he gets them to make state ments to suit his political purposes, and then expects the honest people oi unio to believe. The Governor s cause must be very desncratc when he. has to call to his aid horse-thieves ancTmurderers. UXDER REPUBLICAX RULE. Cambridge Jcfft-rxonlan. It is said, and not denied that we have observed, that the odious and terrible contract system has been again adopted in the Ohio Peniten tiary. The laws of the State posi tively forbid it, and both parties for years before its abolition resolved in their State platforms against the system. X CHAXCE FOR FORAKER. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The dime museums are hot after oraker and his "skin cane?" to add to their collections of monstrosities. A XICE KIXD OF A BIRD. Bellcfontalnc Examiner. When Governor Foraker intimates that "a little bird" told him so and so, he means' a pcnitentiarj bird. THE ISSUE THIS YEAR. Ohio Eagle. The pardon of penitentiary con victs seems to be about the only Rc publican issue this year. HUT THEY ARE FEW. . , Handunky Journal. The most successful "anti-saloon" man is the man who doesn't drink. "100 Doses One Dollar" is true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it is an unanswerable argument as to strength and economy. ' THE SCHOOL COMMISSIOXEKSHIP. I TerT Handsome Compliments to Com missioner Brown From the Press. The prestfof the State, and other States, where School Commissioner Brown is known as well, are saying very nice things about him, and ad vocating his re-election to the office he has so efficiently conducted for the last three years. His familiarity with the common schools, their needs, etc., is well known among the teachers of the State, and without regard to party they are throwing off their coats and going to work for him. The following are a few editorial remarks upon Mr. Brown's candidacy that we take from ex changes : Hamilton Herald. Professor Brown is a good public school man, and Professor Tappan is a good college man. What the people of this State are to elect this fall is not a college man. What the people of this State are to elect this fall is not a college professor, but a Commissioner of common schools. No less scholarly than his opponent, Hon. LeRoy D. Brown has the ad vantage of familiarity with the pub lic schools while Professor Tappan has not Cambridge Jeflerwmlan. Prof. Tappan is a ripe scholar, an honest man, an elegant gentleman, but has less practical knowledge of the common school system of Ohio than any other candidate before the convention, with the possible excep tion of Treat There is a signifi cancc in the very title of the office Commissioner of Common Schools.' Wealthy, endowed, aristocratic col leges can take care of themselves; they need no supervision, no com missioner. In the great question of popular education colleges play a subordinate part. It is in the com mon school that the vast bulk of training for citizenship must be done. The State furnishes a fund for this puqwse; the State under takes to preserve itself by means of an educated citizenship: the State supplies a Commissioner, not of col leges but of common schools. This officer should be perfectly familiar with these schools, by an education in them, by going through all the grades of teaching in them, and this familiarity, supplemented by a lib eral education, the more the better, in the college and university, devel ops the natural guardian of the in terest the Slate has in education. Prof. Tappan has been familiar with the higher education of colleges du ring his life; Prof. Brown has been equally familiar with the common schools and has all the advantages a higher education can give. The Republican part is, in no sense, the party of the people. Its instincts and tendencies are altogether ar tocraiic. inis is mannest in its attempts, in all legislation,, to give the advantage to banks and other corporatio: s rather than to private enterprises; to monopolies rather than to individual effort,, to the manufacturer rather than to the producer, and in no instance has it more openly shown its hand than in the selection of a life-long college professor for Commissioner of Com mon Schools, instead of an educa ted,, experienced common school man. New York World. "The Republican leaders of Ohio are embarrassed by the discovery that they have nominated a rank Free Trader, Professor Tappan, for bchool Commissioner. The "organ try to wriggle out by the declara tion that Mr. Tappan's tariff views are no more in issue than those of a teacher in the public schools. Mr Tappan s position on this question is certainly of as much importance as the ideas of any other candidate for a State office more, indeed, be cause if elected he will have super vision of the training of the j'oung idea. I he World has already point ed out the fact, and the Ohio Re publicans should -consider it care fully. To be consistent and honest they must either take Mr. Tappan off the ticket or cease to frighten the people in the mining districts with the declaration that the elec tion of a Democratic State ticket would give them starvation wages as the result of Free Trade." Co lumbus Times. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr. j. E. Corlej', who was se helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise his head: everj-body said he was dying of Con sumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King s New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bot tle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discover, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six" pounds. Trial Bottles of this Great Discov er for Consumption free at R. W. Pope's. iy-And now General Tin Horn Grosvenor is hot under the collar. He is satisfied that the sending of Governor Foraker into Monroe Coun ty to deliver that penitcntiarj- cane speech will stir up the Democrats there until tliej- will give General Warner 200 more majority than they did two years ago, thus making Tin Horn's defeat absolutely certain. Enquirer. Catarrh. Is a very prevalent and exceedingly disagreeable disease, liable, if neg lected, to develop into serious con sumption. Being, a constitutional disease, it requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, acting through the blood, reaches every part of the system, ef fecting a radical and permanent cure of catarrh in even its most sevtre forms. Made only by C. I. Hood fe Co., Lowell, Mass. Agent net willy clear $10 ilnli.r with my wonderful new patent ruhlier unricr pirnient for femiiles. One lndv w.lcl 50 flint two hour. MRS. N. Z. l.tTTLK. octl2,'8. llos4l:l, CliieiiRo, III. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Entrttr uf Juitac Ji. Btlnr, Deceaiml. THB mulprnlgned luis lieen apiwiinted and nuullfleil ns AdinlnlKtmtor ofthe CHtnle of Ihiiiic K. Ktlne, latoof M onnieoounty.dpc'tl. ixitni this ran any oi ucioikt. a. i. iksii. octl2,'80t4. WM. H. 8TINE. SUBSCRIBE! urn IS 50 Stop Borrowing Your Subscribe TTTi HH I Mil m Fair in its Treatment of all SUB The Spirit Job Is How Prepared to do all kinds of Job Work, Both Ornamental and Plain. Call and get Prices. ONLY YEAR. Neigbor's Paper and Yourself. 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NOTICE In pursuance of Jaw, I, Cykcs E. of said county that the rates of taxation for tho year 188G, arc correctly stated in the followinr table showing' the number of mills (and fractions) on each dollar valuation of the taxable property in the several Townships, Incorporated Villages and School Districts in said county, for each and all purposes under the tax laws of the - rl"owiiMliI)M,l)lMtTU:lMdtl'oriorntloiiM.! HTATl-) l1 Adams 2 Cnmeron District 3i Benton Brownsville District Bethel Center Woodsfleld Corooration . . . . n rranKiin... fl Stafford District 10 flrecn 11 Jackson 12 Lee , i:i Malaga 14 Ohio 15 Perrv 1 Halein 17 Co menin DiKt rid Salem . . . lSClarincton District Ill Clarinston Corporation 2i) Seneca 2l;Calais District 22 Calais Corporation 2! Summit 24 'Sunsburv 2Ti Beallsville District 2ii Beallsville Corporation 27'Switzcrlaml 2X Wnshlnston 2 Graysvllle District all Hraysville Corporation 31i Wayne When you ask by Letter or ..v " -v, iu.vijs.ii!) uuu RTOoa, aiia numocr oi acres, w vv. .v v,uum,it ui isl-ijumu xusioiiice iMohcv scp28,86tG. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY GEO-RMMBETHciEO. HJRSAI Jj-6,'SGy. WHERE. Proclamation. EH, 1885. TUESDAY, KOVEJiliER 2. "VtrHERKAR, by fnc luwn of Ohio, rrsiiia V tinm'leetHmK, It Ik requirfd of tlic-Slier- ln or Ills countv to clve notice before the timo of hoidiiiK a scncriil clwtion.b.viirtK-kunntion thtniplinut the county, of the time at which such election will I holden. In pursiiiince of Mich mmisition. I. Iiuls SulKbcnrer. Kheriir of Stonroc Countv. Ohio. do hcrebj' proclaim and make known that tlie first Tuesday, after the first Monday, being the 2d Ml OF NOVEMBER, M,6, Is, by the Constitution and laws of Ohio, the ppointed day on which the qualified electors of said Monroe County, Ohio, shall meet in their rcsjiective townships and precincts at neir usual or proper places ot Holding elec ions, lHt ween the hours of (i o'clock a. in. and i oil-lock ii. in., and proceed to vote by ballot for One Person for Secretary of State of the 8tteof0hio; one person for JiHlsre or the supreme Court of the State of Ohio for the term endini; Feb ruary ft, A. 11. 1KB; one person for I lent of llie Supreme Court of tlieState'of OMo; - One person for State Commissioner of Com- mou Schools of the State of Ohio; One person for Member of the Hoard of Pub lic Works for the State of Ohio: One person for Keprescntative in the Con ress of the Cnited States, to rcpresi-nl, the '"iftecnth District, composed of thecountlesof Monroe, Washington, Mciss, Athena and Morcan; One person for Jurtire of Hie Circuit Court. within and for the Fourth .ludii i ll Circuit of Ohio, composed of tho counties of Monroe. Washington, Athens. ITockins.Vinton. Metes. (alliii, ljiwrfnce, Scioto, Adams, llrown, Highland, Pickaway, Koss, Pike ami Jackson. one person for . I mite of the Common riea Court within and for the second sub-division of the Kiifhth Judicial District of the State of Olli. m.lltlUlUlwl .if tlwt .u.lll.tl.d .tf Pfllfll.k,,) I and MonriH'. I One ix'rson for Recorder for the county of i Monroe; one person tor Commissioner for the comity of Monroe; One xrson for Surveyor of the county of Monroe; One person for Infirmary Director for the county of Monroe. One of the poll-liooks of each of tho elect ion precincts in the county shall lie conveyed to the Clerk ofthe Court of Common Pious of the county wiihin three days from th,! day of election aforesaid, by one of tho Judpos there- oi. i ne oinor iMiii-ixMiK ol each oi said c tion prweinets shall lie forthwith depos with the clerk ot the township. The Trustees of the several townships of said county arc hereby untitle i that the fol lowing liumlicr of Jurors ore npMintcd to their townships, respectively, and that they tte rciiuiriKl to selo t the said nuinlier ami make return thereof to the Clerk of the Court of Common Plea,tos:otln'r with tin- poll-hook, within two Uaysal'tcr the second dav of No vcmlier, 1SHK: Circuit Conrt anil Coniiiion rices. Adams 7 Hoiiton .1 llethol 5 Center. IS Franklin. 7 (Jroen 6 Jackson 7 j Lee... 0 Mnlami 8 Ohio S Perry 7 Salem 11 Seneca (i Summit 5 Sunshury K Switzerland .'. 7 Washington .H Wuyno 0 Total Iff Given under my hand at the Sheriff's Office r.t Wootlslleld, this 2ith dav of ISoptemher, lhe. I.OCIS Kl I.SBKKOKK, octa,'8(!t5. Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio. 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