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   Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1889, Portsmouth, Ohio                                il spwfl'ij ic. potoat sd IOMJ on or ud ami ud ttWttnlnt tt J.illus BmawdU, fOI ICDf tlOU, With OD tny Cfotcbw By Im I WM cured" Borer N H vritM of ytrtn her Trim awl tbe can- toy tbelr portent; y Tecorxruenl Aytr't all ot UtMt Krho crolnloux humors I rcwis ud tiled evtry wttn nocttet Thtn vtu thitmntaiclto inoHloif a E. W Howard, ne I luftertil from covered my oody. i, wltlioirt ilia cnrcd i WsrtkW an a Ibli unill ttwir Jt elccllMi thcMt elceton mh nurnancti m-ii tullota tlor tul DO HlOW oppo-fll 10 tilth pitted unon ilielt U'lou Elctllon.-io Ibo HWMC 01 flciireninta- WM C IMF- ITeiUlt nl Ilic im TJTIS Or AXIS CJ Onto 1 f of of Klaie of ID! 51B rlllr III" iht tortdoitlK 11 a jCKluiInn mlnpm) tor Ibo tlicsuuotObtc, onibutSth. ot I tittnalo tnb name and tfUxci) oQI   Ui Ion toi nvt mix.ro ol thi, titn- Fobrtmrr (o jcmbin o( nnml the o it of Jtvtntstffiiu Hhng t in halt dcctort, M. HE l in IlkJ a iiMUm" bouad cou ta CHI, ilin vcaatan II.-UEII.I atiil be sliull EeiHH il ni ot ttic us t M uctr- ling Kilaml u t. the ill li.e.1 b uw i n iti I ibi shall iCb l t] C'fvplJlllJ WKTit NreT u ti> two r it in to iin'ujifc mtl.v tn> tulitJtd ig ntii, to oci x em j> -nwa bm lanital tutb w> am J- LfKli Uneft aru I ro d ttttf '0 OOUD than oat -onsjxi? ii.fi- touudvu m buO tK4tr i cmin la blv ubilwb ol t I 4i1t i tiro ro tern 0 A r rlrtlfj s til to i o" itfl r j la iu] t ts II ii l> Dion. tCIU In. 1 IK; on .T i tuone %r tnU bo UtMcJ i K ton tn ti Uutlri.tr t} T> ttljfr i. I t Citin tin. i pro (L L tn J h 01 j t tbo O t Illu OQ A h lx J UttfU tlthji lha of out to to Coustitiittoa VTION. '-II I r t Jim! r Din rr> nit- J Mi U.IAV n ti i> of Xl IK i uitol yli o (.LEMl I ihsl! provtle 111 L .Or Ot D9 ut tt r HJ.O! r- trr-u I jmrBtiivl t nv 111 taliia v each liiilnii] il ir THMtiOU l pert tSI l JHlfrt sblll HI. Initial J putiljlitd ttwsc dfr tt Rlqi.tiJr t ll tuhf ugiiii bLi cllltmon ids 11 ttV ____ i I ttciiiwa ot ihc ScmlCi, ixnr OitIO 1 HKTAdY OFSTATE, f wrrctftTy ot HAM of. ibttt Clio lottlf- oiur. utotniM lilv o' tbe o' Otito. tl A 1> imltvD t 1 hficUB.O AIQC ill mntitd mt 009 i.i imbai 1C li o> THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES JAB One ictu- II III IllltlUll sr f r i of- llio isrnpl II -ti'nll kl id ic 1 riMiiiiti) tif-nit I n i-m r r IIMI It HI ir______ c I t (ill i 1 I r >-liv.i. oTTVi STTORNIY AT LAW Boom PICO'S Onorn Bulldlnft, tix ITI Ulltu J tf M l M.ni nt HI jr. xw, i VI rtnlli. t i i> IH'11 1 I U Barpsr, Seail iiluw, r li I t ,t 11 ftn I 1 n BAKERS 4 WVJIX> t KAKE11A.CONJECTIONEB. St-ccnd SI W o'C f Ifll HII J 't If! I 111" H I ill in II r I irt t it GENERAL BiMKIKG BUSINS3S ray 1 f t rvn n n H J< M fi, ID J' ITL init   M en m Imn ll ClSI> ii-: l vi it iv f "ru r -i. I Hi i t 101% l' lKr.llltt.KllH.il llffS- CICARS VS tf >l tlli O I O .A- H S Uinntiii Hi it of II i IIIIH ut 1 I >n iwl fit t l l .r i t i (11 1 il IM i 'ti t anil! i i tin >nl nil tlillii on Y co o os u Ratei of Advertising. "CJTOOSSiFEf TBAT WUtCtf TXS AKD THOSE LtAST VOLUME 28. GROCERIES ri ro n CHOICE FAMrtY GROCERIES, Ci. ifiuirtt G! nuc Lni Cor ior S iron til curt Obiillk Ccs or In OUKTRY PRODUCE, ETC Cur irtc >cT k a fv Di ]lcwJtcml tin rti.pt Ilic tr WHOLESALE GROCER lAn cr tu and Domestic HOTCLS 01 IU MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. EMKfl 1 J wi l tilHl TtontroJ Pipe Keed Organs Pianos. ts ni Hi i n ufi Uo; I wn l oj his 1 iu I 1K t ti i i it islnctift i lit; i, ML Ji iUi uku M i orti t H t! O y> J iv AS AND QtV-i CVrnji f 3'OKi u EnySmat OetKi. loo 'till v 31 1 10 i it nod f Jl Ui l n and Surgt Tho Oiicf Tir Iho mftrrcUonn p c- tf s wt S l- n [ml I U u !u iha t nwiii o nmii iff itho all II j 'nr U 11 _ Iinit Merit Wins jrti Hi n ill a or ttt -lite- tt c of la n 13 etc 1 lotion HMO DIETER'S ri. v 31 I to _ und 7 10 ft r M Offlt' illLijl.lrifi.it A03 aiiOKj li iifthc n IM ii, n it, Plijsictaii Singeon Ofii-c n 't Jff idr IK I I t Fi 1 CI I UL il ui pi 1 g ill il h n (j llm I enfi iiicli i lit H trmml ru 1 .muji B il n. v ic i Litimi t ml Oo 1, .n i] liai ar im u WINES AND LIQUORS uu 1 (c WlhES AMD LIQUORS. COH 6ALLIJL CHILLICSTHE SIS Ib lOhlilOltll t) r 111 LI i 'URrPIAtWANIUPPLt 81ASEIES t WIIIJS t JIuin ill ii i. t H Ui.x l ipHr. t.tlt- limt il Fvi n It itl I [LIT i G f rucr T! r t mil nrket iji I .1 i in tuct 1A Ulil 1. U IVIKl) F L O TT U MEAL. CRAfN. ETC, his Ostsned Tin Store p l Ii l A n If f f w rt I n ill UL I I l t nil, UJII Ii I" I I I I 1 It II ll X tl.0t t i r ii i itit i I ti li i Ji i i i r il i i L L E r i l t t r, t l i I ll II t I i. r I B "11 l XI t a r r I l I 1 l 1 t> ni I n i rt i t ill ir ti l I p l I II t I 1 III hi ,1 I I M tl t Ivlllll tli( I .Iff 1I7EHY STABLE, M-t-ket i l i t on n t 0 I I U BrunnerBros. PPACT1CAL MACHINISTS SAUOOSS A IH11 FRESH PORTSMOUTH BEER, llilt.ISlfi.-r bilotr Mirtrt iSft'ri 11 T i c-t tit it L i 1 i t n.1 EflmtiJ mf t lU 11 'f IIK-! Tlicjurn n ill 1 li Ll i. best hi JEWSLRY. K'fl.1 Wttclmia'ier Jeweler, Ji If hd tt t T ill l AVO SIM k.R U Ltul OA 10 KEY STLM V 11} I Aniettc am! Iiiiportutl CSotUs, l jirrii I I Ti --1 "t ll '115 M (ll Ned Lli in I." >.i t ilivr I sLltLT I 1 II t-lWl t n i i n 1 1 t i ll ll Ll, H.1} I A. I O R K Of i.vcij i Hi! 101 "one lo On'cr cjw i 8ih.L <.M H LOfflEER tt r 1 1 1 r f Itl (l I U lilff of XT IMC 3ES 1C L 1TH, SHINGLES, F JL o o Jai 1 it t r lliii'iiii1 i-iriir 2S w. FIFTH STREET. On OELISA PALACE "tin Office, cor WasbingtonSts f i i liLHiic.ul miLhQnt1i_-s. iv1 o i 14.1. M i" LAI t 4i ictriyri t v n_ "r-... WYLlsfOCl OU, Of Nt ti so Hieing ru ruatti J Ih ?Dr IOC Ih. V t fli f IcuN r K 4 l Lr CFQVTI I tN r j U j, in W luij MHtK 1 ff t J bttlaab lOgfc) I s jl ti tfj uU KIM iuJLrfi, I cijjtti I tetv H. u j t t i l do LJu h. oE auy ell er T r [Nrfit ftz 14 I lUf'h KM.r IM us j itacr HO OUST OR 01 PASTE Kim OL S, t pk FUL IH Z l t t 1 irtitU rf f ffTrJ I ft i "fV ff J c f r tfiffuGbl ttf f'rftt t r F' Staff utifu H C i BEER! GAIL LEHMAN, IN All Kiflds of Liraikr, Latk 11 1) OHite and Kill, Cor. 14th DP. IT AMI BEST 01 OTKSSDI Have JReDaovecl Sto Ct, Foss-Schnasger's Boitlesl Beer, o? II tl ir  Cn Mticr Aid. fj'ir i i itvj lit1 o 300 feet oljim 11 njluiof Sitijj> cieal nndib v 11 f fJiil ot a   i ivws of Johnstoflij v I ic i ur ot tli. Vifleiicaii Nii- t o ill iiM. jtil >ii of J e lied Clot1; 11 T li ni bs uiiLcttdi n! this uoWi> m u Mis1? C a i ButoT of l! fit uusiilcut of tlio UUL in tliiii toiLittv DiL ctunp not tlttuu m uta of a mJe fiOEI. tbe utioni u Ihispl in bltould npoi> tbe honors ot tilt llOOil I lli HiiLlEbfj Ol t 11JC 1 tlUl-SCS and M.J.T n i vtjl be ail un. tbt nnil TLat aa ttntlcruc ol it mil com' Jiere secin- to be t) 000 000 to Gon Beaver for imiieujalo use in cletuuic np and restoring Jbuus- tovm Iu order to miLo thoEtoit vholo 2M clOiieus ol Pittsbnrg Plulailelpbu and otbci portions ol it Trtl] become in- aivicliiBllj responsible until tbo VITTt OP COSEStACOn [Tbo "bcvo tut ocu n iJoa of tac vf iv the Out tmtiuga i mr iv aemn n I ia bj ltu> mot, null .in lulls, anlsbous wli t a iiairou oi ut tlicrs d for tlj  YUikitte im, to ti ofliiocl caiitod brealaiis of the diiui of thn Soudi June1! the uforciaid tOio JIT 15 tlto unr-- otoriifinl _ I E'iVSl IIAILIIOAD BRIEOE. nniler tlii.ii oatl the tml de cetseadiuilof iinloutc Cittteil by tu. ttttiou of dio floud 01 Ibcto )s snipuson of tni-b xiokuco 01 ctLci uuli u ul nets as to an w qasst ai-tcsfjirj________ SMALL ARMY OF MEN nm! I equity Ji tu iilicj o1 die Coin mntigli is full 01 Ijlxii or al s dcs ol lo ig lines of mf-n palling al i-ojies mil ti uiiig (tttiT1 tie 10111 ol uiia "ilh "iteel wnntci1 timl c-ittmg ijfl sbovihac awiy tlto bis tint' 11 tlit> Juidjte, ot bnil h.ig anii iLui-atnttynis of toklier s intcliiug Mln'e tcjta oj tlie iituci. a-e tbo (.i-j stool tint tha 10000 irmfKAOB AT TltE Bl IDGt woil m 11 mi i-lilu, ing pf nloiit, lt-1% uu "-o bt siit t IK] in ats cetrtug ot ll I i iLlluill) noon Tl nraliij the of mi tilt vi ut is kL tit the 11 ft d lUfior nr 1 law idr Gen Hi slugs ins 'ie b suot ilreUisilmu u I hi itt t) L lie i at. on gin il tmJ uu flu. s Tiumittdl Ucti ecu the me un ess hi lui m onJAi tbc ud u tart1 frcntr-il Tie !nsut me dtbiifix.1 1 Lgfj'iw ami tlie ton i ib iu accessible pt to ini.li nuj olliti iiho lime Lire Tin. i _ ..tjh oUiciil of the Pcnnsjlvuun nilroaif eompfll srn'ct lluit tliiii-om o m jiropesty tkstioTe 1 bv tbo bv th inspeuhion ol tmflk w.ll I (JUUtWO ie test Irian oitr diL i tmil tor Cjictfjo left tbo JCI-M.J Cit> tunOTllKliij ntniug Iho Sulrtieiflptlon n a pirtul h-t of tbe eitius smbst ibfd for the -cLef of tlio Jolirstnivn Tl'asliin0ton Chirlcston Bclldirt O Ti In 0 51 Ind, fJP ruxio n or CITV Tlie onij tturig Ih i1 it 11 a ccssic-n f f cond a 'jil wl ifb is 1015 -CJioti; K uv-u iu a plum n tltitk cfituplei oaed t id uitli i f fi II of tt'lltlrinets Ulingltil WTlh de the wore T fiimpic ffta gftvn On the 1 It mm i as tho red tttebaugo of t o l Ore her y 1 ttllllo filjron ]fi.r luuni't a 1 tile one, pailh a innv! s L.IJ ui I pttitly Uio hood uf ti f-i'-hJ ft Cltii'itv _> GIVING UP THE DEAD OmrTirt) Fu'Iu 1 otintitown PL Jrme 10 i togiioup their deaa still Ijt n'usiJf- tlic flood Fiftj odti Uiilics recoveied bare, most of 1 ic it Jlo m tbe vi-iier of them out of IbB itil. abote Hit I ndsv Oil tbo botlj of Cliastopber V Kc.upc iu unJcitakoi iviii fouau to truer Uf-net on tho C ron ott GoNp-iior Bearer so maiJi u-quired for dining 'asv weak ume lieie -J, O (AW M.isouiof Inliiiua SI 33371 S-tiool thtliliBti of Luporte Slarjiliiil Oil companj ?10 flOO lay CioiH SJ LOO Logan M mtv O ?1 OW Horror IB Tlit Iioiro of it is tL 0101 uotr and people ta'fc uioi- of the bniery (iml Iiiioisii of SOLJC of thoso who Tfent Uou-n than ot tin. torn bis fate which hts oie til PI iiinucT tholmat in loans all th it mile Llo ile ir fliii McntlLicl tit the pi e n I nincd Potrpcti la not with out his Intther in Johnbloin Buteien to thera 19 little time, for tin duly apOJ tbc neop'o-a duty to tLs Irving Thcuii-ulJ coniUtiou of idmost every Etv-aitt res, lent oUohjitoiLu is one of Llie jjiiVLst LLiiyctcr and ths reattioii can faJ to produce manj cases of or temporary inBamty Most of the f tecs that cue meets both ma'e mil tecuili, are those of tbe moat pro.omd nsPOCiateJ with an ataiDiUle iisregaid of tbu furn.ii; Ihe ni-iiolU) sjstem shows IbL ifriiu libjsIxi.uo by ft t-cmulonMieES of the Land ________ DEAD Search (or tho CimDrBTtSj- ot. Pa JUEB )1 Tlioreis ctiongo in Jie genarnl fituatioii liere -ind all tbe Tunotts departments 11 i'iinn Jsiaes B ,otv. "vTiHuia; MoCrterT Gao Eistmgs oljpriTTko borne Uto bictleu of fho notk of rescue and robef and ledtLi1 i> 000 000 torn tbc stato ISIJT Lpoa condihous ubiih Tare There wiU be no worl Hill tile aoatrol of relief JJrt, k ItMaspruposLil Uialtlieetoto famuli ________ to tbe part ct Xho stoppjig of worfc by tlie tiunbna couopiuj Sunday g3To sheir men a much rest ind they to TforL with niQcb more Tigor. Lian tto men omploTeJ on die general Ths same large crowds irere oa for tirardailv-atiojB conunisisuy stations great activity Thu u an measure' mgde in ainaht Its totubetoneii aro tbo cha'tered atichjug out of tlm vrttckagu. The torn, riwgcd fntfjtneiiU of imlis nimLiDu the htrcols had boon. Thougfi htindiedo JIIHK ulroAdv becii uncorered tbo dead aio ccmmg lo light ui surpris ins tnunbcrs, if any ouo Jiere can bo su pnsed nnd ihero are so-ne faces them tliat bad ueter been People just nnriniiff in Jobnslown civ tho slecob eickenmg and fejufnl, the mr of tbe inllej eveij whew UIOMI -who bavo norkcii Jiero t irouglioutthetrjing stenes o noticed it only ittttinee tuid ID witair places, showing that SCIJBCS aio niimjetl All tlie niUors iro giving up tbc IT cteid ami the skiffs ana aiu m wuilmg lor tbpiu. ii pjjst -when tbe discoreren di_wl can be kept any tune for identiD eition Prigliaui Mines at the mcfcites q-uick testuncuT of Ojs Tlio keepers (tuy liiat as toon is the u r strides the covpsct uow it bceomci e lo hond'o them and sooner tbei n-o bn-iod ilie better (lie Tboieueover htty uev. faces on tlie Blubs st tbo morguee und n sho-As tii it tip to uoon Moiidii Mbioh just a iftek from the tuao morgues nouj iitttbliblicd t 403 peoplu were bm-eil ftora tbctu wlio MOTO Siscov n (Ins iiciuit- Tlus hvt uotl to Jo wi'li cl) (be or tliii dtsid Flon-uoc and liniL id ul not i to tliL'se niorj.'iiiLi, The Iron lit. The jLfroiit Ciatbria iron worts haio st-TitcU 'Him oniploj Ncirl> TOOuf the .____t inCT ut TO n1! to go to work n fie Fintiuj Immn lonil ij reiwirijg its tncka rennrkiil) e till 0-t hniftnoss n Goie-iioi ol borrowing 000 iKKi from the Btatc to 'ifljJ tbe totiuh tuln ild nod rid of 1-1 DidjrBoti bi iv titimbci ol PittsburgLre 11 ________ Tine 11 almuttlie ljusieat day tlmt tlio n lit f commit ten hivt, jot had clothed. nmi.ti tiiLnvomeu and Tlioi fuijishmg food to ns rnaiij lot tipui tbcuoulr ui d tho tbuj iMiurn t 11113 aomcUmig nvudvtful Thd mi of tt.o nere cliil httie o'lea who Lad been burtft n tlien MiKl tlio ladies uoifj ur Urog m their cflorts to ric-ujc Uiem. Jnno 11 cnl Hutultou boa mudu it ruport to Ui prtsiilLat ai liis investigations ntJolius. tout ami tLeir revolts, f lie ge Ji-ril bays tlinl tlitrc no danger of epulenuo flt Johnston n, tint tuo on if am is at the ttmne below the Inhauitanta of mnv find tLeir urtcr ontannaatcd He ie naler before lit usfloi d uiJ.uaj oi aoaluus. Hi. Sftjs tbatitiid! tnho about ten dnje tocleu owuj the tlebns uow itilh'Juvir IJ fliscmiKigo') the idea of burntig it as tbfj bcxbos aro iu 11 o voter aud noukl uotlwreiehdl by Hie ftarcei. EOEIJS that msLcj iud aia bt.ll nefilcd but EI pply of on hajd la mlofjuiita to al) ne. ties BnbbLi glo> es, houoi (ir uetJcil for iiaiitllmg dead In Lilt ur Ilie putillihiil. Pinsmno Jmio 8 Tunes Sat uifduj' pubusbed the hDt accurate list of cho dead o( tha Jolmttcwn vtilk} or tbouo vi-Uiiilly kuoivu to be dcnJ 11ns list was pixjiiirwl bj acme ful coaijxi-i'son Jio rotter ot the jig ai co npai ft] bj tbo bun.au of regui tins it 9 lew-nod Uuit In I IT nftj pt> -sous icconukd (is dmjura Tim numbcir of tho discovered ileitl is lousttntlv me c-isiug but of OTCO ns prbluliLl cati ntitii tLo Lighest Inn t iccording to id] report? und ti c deer using d atlt list of Job us peoplt, redote tbo totnl to nauvi 11 e cunibe. of ruidsntiflLd toJutc is 3 314 tind tbttrc are ItiiudrcdG of victims jet wboso bodies 11 ill in. Ptl Jl.t.0 10 It IK- poitcd iliutfijoetal agents of n itrf in toiu tnmg to induce tlKnewho are in need ol niunay to pan nth tlie 1 ud oj tieir homes (ormcrtj stocd lite idea serins to be u ujnier m 1 ic 'JIM! u artet le 11 Ion liovo le n ulicrcd Uutthcvm-o meeting witL fai_ sue c-ss no-, ertbelcs-; i .a tin-i uai.i r Ptv Juno Tbasnf tint Mllcj isveiy erczi. The isiii necdofiiJj are BIni im Cobiirti utid ML iu PI.UJI kj Ctntu C tj Uald luiiey and ilong PisLing ui Xittnuuv i-lloj in dustimto Tbe ei i zcns of EJiefouti) UP doing Jll ID their pom r lorclioio djsticss, but tboj aie nutblc to cope ivitb it ______ Jtine Ocn eril lliniilton hasorderetl the puvchxso of 10 OCO pounds ol copperas uud 200 pjutids ot bUlillmak which will bo sLippudto Jobiiatonii ato'j -m r A TALE OF WOE fROM ADAMS Matt Lons In tne from An influentul Republican couutv nai in tbc city a ten He bmd llmt Ae ol ft Shenl! MJU pppticant lor J b il, were ns mad as a liornel nil nero clinging thai Thompson Ind thrown him overbrwrd 0 orre-tocirr> out tlie nionda combine He whiepei-ed lo a Republic in In end that Long bad been ;rc.slj deceiseii jnd helrajet) eocour Kcd to 8.nv ID the fig'it wluic ihe ffbc hat1 usfxi (o pitch up our Corgressman's troubla in the lor is 1 Adiima county was just ready to Imn1 lie lollonmg tjken rbm the correspondence )t the Lntfintcr seems lo pie color to the Ule of e' lei from our ici'hbonns count} Mr J Lnag ot W lutliesltr 0 nlio "in" IMCI IIOTL M.VC HI he cil oi ittmc bti ll In n Ter; tr me Dim oil 'Is f-i mlJ 10 bite col Itu mi rl-SMorc Lhfll r au ILS mroios ul I -louili lur tbc Muilul SitnmouH en c if JudKt 'hommoT. jnteniiil oik tutaliip tfiil iLirt tuvc item Initaalloti IMI   Run, Wt Hope. Heuley Pleasant Valley Osw ego, Bettr Creek, Wani tie y Mile and otber tchoo's speak- rrss.it promised and tbe Otvray Brass ODOLETS AND ENOLETS iw.__.... FvuriiiigHiijt _... With bsimiUMi fiinlKfnmklMH il, All ilit qukituiiiuHrt raanberrv oeaaoti will noon pict ils nBy lo Ilie front daily reports ol bojs drown ing, wb le In again opon us. Piirenta should wurn the youiigalera, circulation ot ilic TIMES ie in- creasing handsomely. Hum 311 new subscribers during tha wLok iu it licaltliy sign witl go (town in tlio final conflict between ibe insjtiale greed ot tbo law and the g-ionl liungcr find grim ol Hie K Pollard and I M Long are in as u ngiou tills week L'ttttm DrjLtutcr o! lust, week. This week tbej are hunting boles. prualc in tlio Forty tccond Ohio llcgiment, liiw rtcened tlia la r scat pension pJiJ gating Tanner is Diuking vig orousaseainison the surplus, Porltn outli iieetta is 'hat Belt Cnu our tinrclmilts ami roamil icturers cheip obippitig vou maku a Iting stride on tlio rojal road to success ol the rLCpubhcan ctm diilMeit tor Governor Morej, Kenncdj, Judge O'XeHl Jonea. LampMHi Bu-.ftneil und otlicra, Over liiem all fljiita ihp a' Foi nker 7000 miners n[ ikjiil Ind, now out or woik betii.se they would not icitpl i wnge reduction of 22 per cent, realise tint1 they were duped when some of thcfw for and I'lfgcd "protenion of an of paid b) Unh for imported goods, only comes to ihe United Suites Wnl Uie Congress of Amor can toon to it plitn lo American btijersaud seller, uliy Ibis thus' THE TIJUFS predicted months ago lomLer would be the liepubboati candidate lor Ooie- nor The buwwm Iliat liolds ID tho Beptibhcmi [iiirly, ol Ohio, nndo it iilmcwt 1-oni the tlari Nuw knowing Jlepub- litmsare Incoocedc ll "I luive deliberately placed in coo Dec 11 on lo Democratic pnn ciples mi) devotion to the interests oi the people 'emd Mr Cleveland to Ibe York, in tnj new they belong totelhsr and miMn Ific same tint g There .ire ecvenil milhons ol A me neons wlio btlieie Una Ihe Altny Woolen ot PI ul adelpbu uau another one tint could not eiiivnc if Has elected, but would go climbing up [he lull of a' i 2 10 pint il Harrison got there Mr Martieon si In In tne 1'reii   nmjortly ol otir homes tre kept wiib and tiovrcre But all luia, the city been nui red by the almost bai-bamui ol nnnglilly fences Our lore eecmod lo Dunk wore slili living In itie days of the tliittlie ouutorcd till] lurked in our ind llmt i, teas necoeeirj to build lugli, ulraug to uerve as ssort ear Uie feocea being low ered and made more sod open, itnd tha of ttottig afiy ivitti front lences altogether baa, at last, been Two residents of Eael aod itiauguniteil A number o' rL id ible bonks beei added lo ihe Fubl c Li- u lw remOTeij tbeir fences cnlirdy, and u diehesnill is notiLeablo A brarj uo donbt be in exKinine tlie nhich la below fur their perkaij Mil I Ihlfir, U I, JJttniu.r n Si. 11 lion tu Mni-Pii mill i A CitDrt4tl Orktt .neln Ircull tu or die u liTfterj ul Mttrf [i vifi t h tffl Du ti4t tr iclini 11 ii %c HW.L Ll AHIIISK I but (jlll u Fsu SI (TlMJ iJarr ta iUririi, JUtl fir hi Ilic utono coping, a tor eight hiji all thtl ts cecemary And fie be lieie tbnt witbin a tcr> fen jearn, I runt fences mil tvelt disjppcsr are uojtglill) Ihty obilrucl iln. iien. tliev luJe the beauties of our b-jinca and linot, they conceal the rtchticse of the gr.iss ind as are (Jtngj, SCMWYILIK CliilJwn'i focrfits al Ihc Biplul Ciattk Children a Day tl IhoBuplnlChiirdi, eroning, HM one ol mwl Uio people in Soiolorillo luno been IFCAUN! (O for m.irii ilny The IKHWC wns (.vcrgreons mid Itutittx, in u de tuiodly nmnncr As >on en- lered the dihn wcit ni tiw lODLriiTii bj n CIOH ol and wlnle on either Hlniosi to prolnvioii, wcro othor sctjp- iii tinblenw ot Gijds duMrco, Iroiu Lhc I eld On oUmrs ilet-tnl lo relic ic the munoionj ul birii were wrmtbu mtd Uovferi, while from apuoilunt etfelttitd iwroes U v rooiti, ptrcheil dove, em. il of dove Llmt fl w upon ilic SBvior'd lioatl but, unliko I mt it III upon ihe not lite Cf but of roses Tim lioiititt Illicit W overflowing I'ertwpj one third who came (o see ind hcur, wero lurried from tbe dwor, on nccouiit ol room, but between four imd fna lumdred crowdcil into Itie boune, limened lor about lifmrd lo tlto and epeaking of tho cbitJrcn under (lie guidance of tbeir fatthlul tejiUicts, who had ukeii to much pinna to trulio the occiuiion mccesi', but never loosing sight ol Iliac nobler mid better work ol teaching the r tcol etray m tltc und The exer ___ .._______bystnfjing 'Welcome Ui All followod by H abort prayer by the Itev U b tho prCAChot in clurge ot Hie congrug.tnon liere Tlio program IB too lone lorltnn letter )iow- L'cr two or three deserving of especial mention reciuillon by the ot Mita Vizwe nnil llmt n( til re llolmau were Lupeci- cood. A diort piece, entitled I'm Ltllle Curly b> Mits Carno a kttlo curly bonded tot ol nr ind othen Qtinitet'" nieeung the MetlwUiat Churcli last Sutotday and Sunday ci en- IDE Claud Brml lord, who tine been confined to hm bed tor ihe Itiet nioiilli, on account ol CSF, le jomulescing Constable l and Flelclicr tlius made 4 filing trip to fronton last Saturday eveiiniv itiih liayn AtJl- tord was nanteii for borrowing C C Clark a ekill Alien Mr, Clark vraa not jfuutid C A C NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS received loxla ot Tens ponieis men 10 Ironlon rntde W7 catch- ing logs 111 one da> body of (O bo young EJ ton, was caught it JlrtVLthill but f Stillou Brown, formerly ol Jackson was killed inncjclone, Htbehonfic in Cittiais Kanuc, last nee It Adams counlj ny  Atubikii u AmcsK) Xiriehi uicl (Jilii.r SUjrlfa tion nliiii Mjilllc Fuj- _ 0 G 5111, del) "I's ._ ttlLU-K ot Flout.tr the ltd bird nlc siocltuii Tourtil-c Hoolej Vo blirlhn i. M.VC uiT3 PUS' ns "PI (U S51JBM- Sll-Ntiiilatlip lo Siuaj.-C'l Jlr 1 tliL Sou.htirn of Obfo lUt Jo; G Freerattn, President, in charge, and extends a cordial lovito hoc. Mstllilltnti k, 1 1. W bwd her iiiic e MJi mid K n _ U lili CmnOoiollcrtlf lit lilt Iwa Lei them go1 Then will (Jixls BUD- IiglitliesCait ercd jboutour habitations antl light up our gardone and our hearts fhe irebli ititigorattng air will be able lo e'cul aruiiid our and oitr; tbc iind II) Jt now lurk ni the dtrk corners Then will Portsmouth which well be termed a garden ul roues come ouunto (lie Sun- niitl jireisent a ncene of Igvelineu, m grass, and elirub, and flower, that will lease and taf.tivste Ihe Lovers o' nature ftntl of art Leu lie fence be Seattle S went cy Sefilt'f( tbe iiioet tlirmng Clt) in innahej oil Hie inai loot Uiltmel Jlu )CJ btory tlmt ihi Kej Tuld Ite w H M Juirty Tboa b. 1 JU ttill )l Mrjln While u-nbjcltu In Tn b liopk nilt ilotniKTlic) 'lAin uimmoi unlllil Kutu itmcor llttrli (ABi butcuien) seres ot gtnnnd "'ere burned over ind it IB tinted thut (lie Ions wi'l probably one hail in bmldingB nod tlie cahnoe in pereoiul proper The en im biiamew porlion ul Ihe cu> Hint dcttrojetl anil bund redi ot families I "lie were rendered pttmnleife. 1'ennt and tworniona were sent fron> Tucoroa, Portland, and other Tbe WUl imurtice lapkced at The work of rebuilding promptly be fro n, Hooil'e Ssrcapanllii m peculiar to eujwrior to ml oilier preps niiiorig it) Blrength, economy and rue Ji Smllh Kuli [Etlg i Epic rtxa AtlcrwItJlftv olil win Kin Hole Dnlilo aad Hii UrUt focnii.. 1 BuorttK nu.l U bl i) sldi cyLulilo A Srmoudl l >t CrawftHil vntieomti Hlfcj -u c _____ A jcuag titnied Lenntler Smllh, don of Meek Smitli, ot Brunh C eek toitoibip, running saw mill OD Bloody Run, north of bv circular sajf, kir Ttie were auch that kte, big toe bad to be amputated _______ people along tbe route from Olway to Mineral Spnnga ire expect- ing new mail They been moung to hue the route from Stouts P 0 (Rome) on tlie Ohio river, to the tatter point extended from there to on tlte 0   well or that gitcn auch universal MMsfaouon 'We do not beettate to gwawoiee Uiera everj lime, and etiod ready to refund the por_ price, if ealuUctory dj not follow their OK jemcdiee btve woo tbtii populanty purely on BwnU. laborers were badly burucil at Etna rurnoce near Irouton, by Ilia burbling oi tlio hcirlh andlhe cucapo from Ilic stact ul burning gtu John Muble in probably totally iniured. Fletcher EaLins atld partner, ol tbe buouivi'Io now milt, were 'n town Moixfay, bu3ing up imr logs ol tie lie mill brand wbicli hud l.xiso in the Kanimhu boom Ihe company liadC 000 fill ot ulnch gut loose and they arc pajing each lor ill the company's Jogs the> could (ind The recent terrible iccidcnt on 0 ItW .tC Eillroad, at Coallon, re- null td in the death uf jmttoor llireo nero Instantly killed, Mitt Daw, John Broun, and lUrtliall SleeJ C fi Steed (brother ot the klter) and llmrman Lemaj diet! itie following dnj 1 lie rcm une ut tbeSteed_broliiera u ere titcn to Iron ion for in tar Dim! Republ CAue of connly Imvc nomtnttlcd Hw.r utket be counlj ts entitied lo two ilepre- Benliluca in tlie neit itjuembb. Dio following were nominated C irilolhdaj.iv Auditor.CirardC Vnrnum Trctumrer, J A Turley Finiik C Recorder, P F Giileu, Commiwiooer, Charles Delegate) to tho Senatorial qpnventiun, Id John K were appoinl cd OTWAY Lurnlicr Trftile n il S S The COP Seraii.blfx for Ilic r O Crop piwpecto lair Ihe farmer Strawberry ieamafe are ripe yoang mat "lusinfis IB bnt-k ip outiitilc xdligii, _ K, Wa'tl .t Co, rcmivcd quite Jv large order for lumber -iiid imiiHtr tor on 1'c in-Uianm tit the i ille> J ii n> bnildmt; a hall for public mectngj ulnch will bo quite ornament to ttie town Several itdcthiif; houeis ure being limit fhooundaj Otwjiy, and other placet ol ibm viclnlly, orgiomed a and propodft 10 iiqlil a reunion or wlitimlion, it iliia place June id to all tudi Leumkr Snmh, wliolud the mialor- tune tua tool in K circular eau Ijat wick whercbv Jus lout big itluina an we'l an could be ex- pected fbonnaii drewed A child of William Glenn rccmved a II Uet Mondav cutting badly. riieputn-oBic'-ttghtbcre ID fiot II Dans f.rtti in tne rint, followed by Sqture Simn Mrs All Jones anfl by Jim L-arlcins Jlnv there h.a been no trouble about hie gelling it tlany nmehe would con bOtii lo tike it but be would not to do W until latci; But rather ttian have an improper apponlmitot he ba4 about concluded lo tL Generoiw Jim Mjy tln> bletsmgt ol the liepublicaa parly (all on him. More anon OestEMR. Otway Juneltllu the first nJicutlon of the deranged or enfeebled cond4 lion at the nloniach, luer or boirelr> ehould W- promptly recltfiMl bv VilK Those 
                            

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