Steubenville Daily Herald And News, March 11, 1875

Steubenville Daily Herald And News

March 11, 1875

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Issue date: Thursday, March 11, 1875

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Steubenville Daily Herald And News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1875, Steubenville, Ohio STEUBENVILLE DAILY HEIiAXD ESTABLISHED, 1847. STEUBENVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1875. ESTABLISHED IN 1847. This paper having- treble the cir- culation of any paper in Eastern Ohio, its advantages as an adver- tising medium will he apparent. THE God iu-the Constitutionists are at it again in Columbus, and are hold- a convention there. About 250 persons were present including specta- TIIK Democratic caucus adopted a resolution to adjourn the Legislature as soon as they heard the news from New Hampshire. There was a noteot" warning there. TILTON- still appears to be oa trial in the Brooklyn Court. It has generally been supposed that Beeeher was to hare been the defendant, but this was apparently mistake. CONNECTICUT is the next State to hold a general election. Although it is a Democratic stronghold the Republi- cans expect to reduce their majority, if thev do not carry the State. OUK Democratic Solons have con- cluded to give us a rest on the 20th, provided they do not change their minds in the meantime. It takes them about four months to do nothing. THE doings of the Ohio Legislature have become of so little importance that the Associated Press has ceased to telegraph them. It costs the State per however, just the same. IT is said that the Democratic Na- tional Executive Committee had pre- pared a congratulatory address to the country in anticipation of a Democratic triumph in New Hampshire Tuesday, which to have been issued yester- day, but it will be held over for the present. OM: element of Republican success in New Hampshire this year, aside from the full vote polled, was no doubt in tlu character of the candidates, who were generally admitted to have compared favorably with the Democra- cy in this respect. In local elections e-pecially the people regard this as of es- sential importance, and the Republi- cans of Steubeuvillc should be careful next Saturday to present themselves and to others a ticket which cannot be called iu question as regards either ability or iutecrritv. Ai'urnoNAL returns fioiu the back districts iu New Hampshire. al- though they cut down the ma- jorities somewhat, and render one district doubtful do not alter the general result announced ve-tonlay. There is a Republican plu- ral itv ou the vote for Governor while it wu-> decidedly the other way last and the Legislature was strongly Democratic i-> now Republi- iMii. aud a gaiii of nearly .'3000 iu the State. The magnitude of the victory mav lie will be undoubtedl chosen. niii.us of the British 1'arl'uimcnt get no many of them pax- very tor their scats. Aparlia- retui n ju-t yhowb the iiu-urid the and defeated cainiidatcs at Lhc. late general eleetioi.. Among the deal those North Durham; the expenses of the two su'-cessfui candidates for this county were XlTjJUl; those of the two unsuccessful candidates Tiiirty-twn successful can- didate- in -seventeen district-; paid 1 i. an average of for a seat, uitrle their unsuccessful rivals paid an average of Jj each. En another group of districts the losiug candidates paid more than 'u-ir successful rival----ten candidates f'-r ei-_iht paying an :iue each, while the seats vv i re by fifteen other gentlemen at an ajgrenate cost of or t aerry Wid- cncr ;ind George The boiler was blown into a number nf pieces and in all directions. One piece struck u one hundred yards distant nearly demolishing it. The mill was not running at the time. Nelson was filing a saw. when the engineer, a boy about 18 years old, told him to hurry steam was netting too hitrh. The explosion followed almost immediately blowing the engineer about feet, but only injuring Nelson. Grain, Flour .aud. Feed [Correcr'-d IT R .1 -ar j-i'f TO. RYF_7.V FrOL'R ITU tail A iii' i a i gor p-r1 r. A Co..JKtna Mil's I Varf h il, a 1 WP xp I't; -U! er 1 l> to 1 11. 'ar, 1, rnrn s-helel, white, Tir. 1 SO. r. 50; whit0 J wh tf -nhear 625 r ;1 1 60. 0 111 no by tHs.3 00 per to-, unn and sh 525: Ro ptr iiunuied I 1 SO. ciixel pnr 1 25. i I The Multiplication of Diseases. I multiply. On.e arotber. A trifi.ing indisposition may thereto e, crieinate acomnlicat'OD i or dartcrTous Ir'iigcsti n far more j forniuliililo a m jJe o! pre ar> e 10 nn-'iiEigf's thstrB- lire aad ir use source the ailments whica averts lligt portinn cf th? on man rrgaolsca. Hos'etter's Bitiers. I to at the irteptioa of j J. sorders o; the si'.tuacb. bowela or liver, gire i birih "o ibu of diseases and or i takea when IDPV Into lorinidable mata- j r are p'jrrerful to CUTP. The of j is, of rou'se, loagfr the maljaKy caictd i Suit .t tone the 'e-s certain. i const uit'rn. b kidnev coc'pliinra and IE- 1 f-v-er. y.eld 10 The operation I of tho al-orativein 1 VOL. 28.-NO. 264 J. XrVFFJUAS SOA'S. Important to All! We Are DRY GOODS, 1TIOM CARPETS WMch we will sell at VJGRY LOW PRICES Having a resident buyer the East, enables us TO OFFER EXTRA BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF GOODS. Also, Dealers in 1 Of EL Persons wishing to save money 'will do so by examining Our Stock e purchasing. 511 and 513 MARKET STREET, Under Gray Sail, fiteubenville, Ohio. POSTOFFICE SHOE STORE, THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF GOODS IN THE CITY, COMPRISING- BOOTS, AT THE IOWEST CASH PRICES, You are and Respectfully invited to call and JExa.ni ine, to be Convinced. STEWART MCLAUGHLIN. J. A. WALKER. CLOSING OUT SALE OF FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAIS J. tvill offer our ENTIRE STOCK of STAPLE FANCY DRY GOODS, From 1O to 2O per cent, than the same goods are worth in the Eastern As there has been an odranee kinttft of goods in tfie East, wishing to buy .-racial attf-nliou nud to Fiiuug out and ROIXIXG MJI.LS, Oil, REFISTEICIJES, BLAST FURNACES, STEAMBOATS, ALLY. Corner of Third Avenue and Liberty Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. C. ABUTHXOT. W. T. SHAXXOX. .J. G. STEPHEXSOX ABUTH NOT, SHANNON CO. Flos. 239 and liberty Street, PITTSBURGH, PA., Offer the Largest and .Best Stock of Dry Goods Notions i r. The standing committee of UieEpis- j Window Shade Emporium. (CARPETS Cut, Seircdaad Laid. j Btds and Bolsters made to order. AU kinds >ji I Furniture repsircd arid varnished. Chk-airc "iVoien J ilatireiaea for aale. Feathers renovated arid I fcaaMC A CO.. Complete in all its Departments. Exclusively AT BOTTOM EASTERN PRICES. Xew Goods opened, every day. Oi-dcrs Promptly Filled. witt H to thnr ;

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