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i, V. BOWBS'i. IWUtor.
tourt lltv.
McATttur,
Notenbet 8, '71.
The Elections on Tuesday.
Unsatisfactory telegrams re
ceived just as we go to press
indicate that New York State
has gone Republican ly twenty
thousand, while the Democrats
carried the city ly thirty thou
sand majority.
Maryland, Democratic Ty
the usual majority.
New Jersey has elected a
Democrat Governor, Legisla
ture in doubt.
Mississipi has gone Demo
cratic. Wisconsin and Massachusetts,
Republican.
Virginia has gone Democrat
ic. More reliable news next
M'eek.
G., McA. & C. RAILROAD.
Letter From Pesident W.
H. Langley.
GALLIPOLIS, Nov. 7, '71
J. W. Bowex, Dear Sir:
The Keystone Furnace sub
scribed $10,000, and the Buck
eye $5,000, both as donations
with some conditions which the
directors have decided to ac
cept, and as matters now look,
we will soon be ready at this
end of the route to go to work
I think in thirty or forty day?,
possibly sooner; some of our
people think we will be ready
in less than thirty days. What
can you say for your end of
the road? I am daily asked
9
what you are doing, and can
only answer 000, for I have
about exhausted all the excuses
I could make. I have told
them that some of your people
had been liberal, yourself
among them, while others
wanted "more time to think,"
and had not yet concluded as
to whether we needed a road,
but that I believed by the time
this end was ready your end
would be Now I believe if
your people will take the right
view of the needs of the hour,
that the small amount required
can be subscribed in a week,
without inconvenience to any
if a few of your most active
men will give it a little atten
tion. I have written to Mr.
Davis to try and wake them
up; don't let it be said that your
people would not subscribe the
small amount required on your
end, white our end has raised
enough to gaade nearly double
the distance, through woods
and hills, and over unbroken
ground, while your end is near
ly two thirds graded and
through a comparatively level
country. Wake them up and
try and give us something en-
couraging ana tnac iooks iiKe
they wanted and intended to
have the road.
Yours truly,
W. H. LANGLEY.
How the Miners Voted.
The New Lexington Herald
records the fact that at the late
election Salt Creek township in
Terry county, which has been
heretofore the stronghold of
Kadiealism in that county,
went Democratic. A large
portion of the miners are Dem
ocrats. But there are some
Republicans among them.
Yet it appears from the ab
stract of votes polled, they all
voted for Ilolden and Green,
the Democratic candidates for
Senator and Representative.
The Herald eaysr
In this complimentary vote
Messrs. Hofdeni and Green are
encouraged in the- belief that
in the past their position. on
questions affecting the relation
of capital and labor lias been
approved and endorsed,, and
whilst acknowledging the fUit
tering compliment which the
"solid" vote implies, the assur
ance is here given that the con
fidence which the working men
of this locality have seen prop
er to repoac .in them has not
been Displaced.' -
a
to
UTAH.
Mormons Visiting Camp
Mormons Visiting Camp Douglas---An Immense
Mormons Visiting Camp Douglas---An Immense Meeting--Pacific Address
Mormons Visiting Camp Douglas---An Immense Meeting--Pacific Address of Elder Cannoy---Elder
Pratt Defiant.
SALT LAKE, October 29, 1871.
Hundreds of people, princi
pally Mormons, visited Camp
Douglas to-day to see Mayor
Wells and the other prisoners
General Mason gave the visit
ors uurestricted access to their
friends, and by his courteous
remarks and manner inspired a
much better feeling than might
have been expected under the
circumstances. The arrested
parties are quartered in a com
fortable, well-furnished cot-'
tage, and seem quite cheerful.
A guard of soldiers march to
and fro on the outside.
Elder George Q.'Canhojr ar
rived this morning from San
Francisco, and preached this
afternoon in the large Taber
nacle to an audience number
ing at least ten thousand. His
mind had evidently undergone
a remarkable change, for he
counseled his hearers to abstain
from any act of violence, and
to submit to the law. God
would protect them and deliver
them from their persecutors.
The crusade against them, he
said, would only strengthen
and glorify them in the end.
Their church could not be over
turned; their faith was the in
spiration of the Divine Spirit,
and would endure forever.
Elder Pratt was not so con
servative. He did not want
any whining Judge to say to
him as he did to Hawkins, "I
am sol ry for you." He wanted
no sympathy from any Federal
official. He was ready to go
to jail for twenty years, but
not for pity for him from such
a source. He predicted that
God would totally overthrow
or annihilate the persecutors of
the Mormon people.
Nothing further; ha9 been
heard from Orson Hyde, the
apostle. It is thought he has
gone to Arizona or Mexico.
Joseph A. Young, son of
Brigham, has returned to this
city, but he has not yet been
arrested.
A row occurred late lat
night between a Mormon and j
a United States Deputy Mar
shal, which resulted in the
Marshal knocking the Mormon
down and afterward arresting
him. For a time it was report
ed that an attempt had been
mane to assassinate the deputy,
and there was great excitement.
All is now quiet, and there are
no indications of disturbance.
The late arrests, however, have
created a marked depression in
the Mormon community.
Portland, Maine, is collnps
ing under the effects of "pro
tection ." A merchant of that
city, in )he course of a busi
ness letter to a New York
correspondent, says: ''The two
great molasses and sugar refine
ries , which employed many
operatives and which aided
the commerce of Portland, and
helped the farmers in the inter
ior in the shipment of their
shooks and other lumber mate
rial to the West Indies, have
closed. A glass factory and a
shovel factory have also come
to a similar end. Taxes are
high $3 50 on the hundred
and property is assessed at a
high valuation. Keal estate, if
unimproved, is without sale,
and houses almost new are sel
ling at a third less than cost.
Shops are unrcnted in good
business streets, and the town
looks, in its quietness and un
businesslike appearance, like
some of the continental cities
whose prosperity has passed."
lie adds that no improvement
can be expected "until we have
more liberal tariff and a bet
ter financial policy.''
As we are to have a Conven
tion to reyise the Constitution
of Ohio, it would be a good
idea for the General Assembly
to order the election, of dele
gales, to it on the first Monday
nv April. On that day the
people in all the towns have
their spring electiong for local
offices, and could vote for del
egates, without the trouble and
expense of a third election.
The Convention could meet in
May, and agree uviou a consti
tution that could be submitted
the people at the regular
October election.
Sudden and Sad Death.
This community was shocked
on Monday forenoon, by the
intelligence that Amos P. Went
had accidentally shot himself,
causing instant death. The
circumstances were as follows
Amos,, with his wife and child
were at Washington Furnace
on a visit to his brother, Le
aoder West ; and, on Monday
morning the two brothers were
going out hunting. The family
were seated around the break
fast table, Amos crot up to ex
amine the rifle he was to vise,
Standing in the room he placed
bis loot on the Jock, and blew
into the nrnzzta of tbe gun, his
foot slipped, the gun was dis
charged, entering the. mouth,
and going through the base of
the brain, carrying away a
I 0 . ii T-r
mrffe piece or tne skuii. lie
slowly sank to the floor, with
out a word or tremor. The
remains were brought to Jack
son on Tuesday morning, when
o deputation of the Fire Com
pany, ot winch he was a mem
ber, met, and escorted him to
us home. On Wednesday,
Nov. 1st, at half past 10
o'clock, the funeral ceremonies
took place.
An excellent funeral sermon
was preached at the P. M.
Church. The church was
crowded and a great many peo
pie remained outside.
A large procession, headed
by the t ire Uompany, in urn
form, followed the remains to
their last reetins place in the
cemetery.
r r
Mr. est leaves a young
wile, a daughter of Green
Thompson, Ivq, and a little
child, to mourn his untimely
fate, lie was universally es
teemed. A kind and dutiful
son, a tender husband, and n
geuerou?, cheerful gfcnllemau
to all, his loss is a Joss to the
commuuity, as well as to the
bereaved friends. No one ev
er heard of Amos doing a mean
or dishonorable act: and he
will be missed among us for a
[Jackson Herald,
Nov. 3d.
In expressing our preference
for Thomas A. Scott as the
Democratic uominep, we but
anticipate the action of the
National Convention. Penn
i -ii i i- ,
syivania win, as sue am in
1850, name her favorite the
man that can secuie her electo
ral vote, and whose influence
will be sufficient to carry the
next October State election.
When Pennsylvania presents
the name of Scott- before the
Democracy of the Nation, and
throngn her delegation pledges
the electoral vote of the State
for him, there will be one uni
versal shout, a unanimous
vote for her favorite son, and
general acclamation ¬
[Pittsburgh
Post.
It is probable that
resfuia-
tions will soon be issued from
the Treasury Department con
cerning the redemption of mu
tilated currency, by which
fractional currency notes will
be redeemed to their full value
when less than one half the
note is mutilated, and when
over one half is destroyed there
will be no redemption. This
refers alone to fractional cur
rency. There is considerable feeling
being manifested by the Ger
man Republicans of Cincinnati
over the fact that every Ger
man on the Republican ticket
was defeated. Gcepper for the
Senate, Yon Seggern and
Schlotman for the House, and
Kallendorf for Commissioner,
were all slaughtered by some
fifteen hundred majority,
Leading Germans say they will
not be fooled a second time.
Another large defalcation in
connection with the pension
Agency in one; of the largest
cities, is telegraphed. Why
go to the trouble of announcing
it? The people don't care.
They vote tbe Republican tick,
et all the same.
Promptly on the receipt of
tne news or tue unicago con
flagration, Senator Thurman
subscribed and handed over
$1,000 for the relief of the suf
ferers of that city.
The Democracy of Stark
county deserve commendation.
They worked like beavers and
polled for Governor 1 ,001 more
votes than last year.
Beauties of Military Despotism.
pot Is nr.
' The beauties of imperial nib
are strikingly brought out by
a Jate general order of th
Russian war office, calling to
arms the whole adult male pop
ulation of the country, and in
creasing the field and landwehr
forces of the Empire to 1,600.
000. The order is equivalent
to the mobilization of the en
tire nation, making every man
capable of bearing arms a sol
dier on a peace footing. What
is the use of all this? Simply
to perpetuate the rule and mo
nopoly of certain families by
making slaves or the rest under
the pretense that military ex
actions and bondage are neces
sary for maintaining their own
homes nnd rights; while they
are robbed of both.
Governor Ilaye conies in to
the tail of the President and
humbly fixes upon the same,
day for thanksgiving that had
been previously ordered by
that functionary, namely, the
30th of November. If he had
any respecivTor the dignity of
his oflice, or that of the State,
he would have paid no atten
tion to the Presidential nsurp-
ing proclamation, but would
have designated a different
time, aud it would have been
respected by the people. If
the career of aggression upon
the States is not checked we
might as well close them up at
once as political institutions.
MARRIED.
On Sunday evening. Nov. 8t!i. bv Rev. O. w.
Pilcher, Ht the residence ot George Bull, Eq.,
Mr. Silas WymaN of Pnxton, Ford Co., 111.,
to Miss Mi J oik J.. Saok, of MoArtliiir,
The happy con ph) left for the West, Tuculav
morning. They carry with thorn the best wish
es of all. May happiness and prosperity ever
bo tholr lot.
J. D. Wilkinson's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton Connty, Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby given that Harrison
Wilkinson. Administrator nfllm trui,.f
J. D. Wilkinson, deceased, lias herein Med hi;
ucrnnntiwith said estate for partial settlement,
Rlld tlllt tllO licarillir Of tho !mui In ent fnr ih
M day of December, ncxtenMtilng;. nt 10 o'clock
A.M.
II. I). MAYO.
Kov. fl, 1871 4t.
Probate Juiige.
Our .few List of
PRBMIUIblS.
To be given to the inpivxlual subscribers of the
Weekly Enquirer,
On or before April lt, lrti. nmula-rs 01" pie-
niiuui,m which ti.wuis t lie targcM una tz the
lower in value, and the total mini, of nil 1
$10,00(1. Send for a specimen cony of
The Cincinnati. Wccklu
j 1
With our Poster, Circular ami
PREMIUM : PAMPHLET.
im.Everv 2 subscriber heenmol 11 nnvM,.,.nni
ill the distribution of our premiums. Address
r.wtAa & .mci.kam, l'libllahera.
Cincinnati, t).
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Ik hereby given that .fnaoph JI.
l oremnn. AilnilnUiiiiinrnr 1 n.,1,1
ased who, in bit lilt-time, was Adniiniit.
unioroi noneri weicn, deceased, lias (l'eil his
nrcounu in the said Court as Administrator of
ant Administrator lor lliml ctllenient; and
hut tilt? same will ha rnrlwitritumi. tt,n .-.!. r
November, IH7I, at 10 a. 111.
II. I! MAYO.
November 1. 1871 41" Prohato Judge.
Road Notice.
NOTICE is hereby Mint a petition will bepre
sented to the Cominbsloncrs of Vinton
county, Ohio, nt their next regular aession In
December, 1871. praying tor the establishment
a connty road along tlio following rnntn tn.
wit: Hciriniilniint, a nolnt
rtmnlnff imst the ContiMuirv Monti IMP llrtttun nt
near mud house s tlioiue south or nearlvsoto
the liny between John S. Hawk 2d and Margar
ot Dunkle; thence cast with sid line us nesriiN
may ho practicalilcforagnod road to or near
in uii neo; uiHiice in a sontii-essterly direc
1011 oast twnoak trees to nr nm. n mun. t....n
011 the line between Margaret Dimklo anil Hon-
,t .1 unicoai;incuceHouin wit ti said line or near-
V SO tn n crinn trM tli...ma In .. . I. ...!
r?:?Hn to a gum troe near tbu line between
William llerron and Honrv Wtatc.oat; thence
In a soufh-easterlv dlivctlnn nvn 11. u HA....u.i
and best route to a point near two bocch trees
..11 1110 rouiiiy roaa rimning east aud west thro'
the lands ot Lur'ayottc Danlde. and there to end.
November l.lfffl- 4 1
Samuel C. Case's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NOriCMa hereby given that William Gold,
Adinbilstralorol tlio Kstato of SarauolO.
Case, has tiled his accounts with aald estate In
the Probate Court for final settlement! and that
the name li set for hearing on the 2ftth day of
November, 1871, at 10 o'clock A.M.
November l,187Mt ' probnio Judge.
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than the Fall of 1870, A small advance is
charged only on a FliW goods.
WOOLEN HOSIERY, DOMESTIC NOTIONS,
BUCK GOODS, TIES AND SCARFS,
It commended to yonr 128PFCIAI. attention. Also a good assortment of Imported
German Fancy Goods, Blank Bonks, Spool Cotton, Wall Paper nnd everything
generally kept In Notion Houses, for sale at moderate advance on cost to short
time buyer, or cash In baud, a discount
CIIILLICOTHE, -
September 1st, 1871.
OF 1871.
Dealer In
allowed.
- - - - OHIO.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.
Here la
A CHANCE TO HAKE $2,000!
TIIK subscriber offers to Ball two of tbe beat
upland Karma In Southern Ohio for two
thousand dollars less than their cash valuation.
Iluvincr lost all mv horses, small grain.-and
farming utensil by Are. I will sell both of my
farms, situated Dear lluduimin. 1'ike eotuity.
Ohid, with ,. .
Corn Crons Included.
lower than can bo bought anywhere east or
west. Further particulars by calllnffon
J. M. IIILMIOUriK.
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Pr P. T. KKKNK having Just returned from Eo
uitdor and brnnxlit with him a qua M'y of tha gtn
un ( lindurunco Bui lt, secured tlirnnzh tho
nfflclsl recommendation and sssla&tuoe ot Ilia Excel
lency the Presl.lont of Ecusilor, and the Government
of H at Republic, wt are prepnred tn till orders fnr It
tn a limited extunt, and at a price about nne qiisrter
of that which the cost ol the first very sm ill supp'y
compelled us och:irire.
Our Fluid Extract Is prepared from the genuine
fund urn n go Itnrk from I.n.a, Ecuador, secured
hy assWtatire of the authorities of that ennntry .Sold
by sll Pruucis's In pint bot tles, having on them our
name, trade mark and full direct ons for use. Price,
IIO. LalTatnry No. a. Cedar St.. NcwToik.
HI.ISS, KKKNK & CO.
I) V. Muss. it. n., Wasliingtim. I). C r Z. K.
lii.iss, M. 1), Now York; P. T. Kkkmk, M. D., New
York. '
WILL. M. .CARLET0N,
AUTHOR OF
"IJcisy and I are Out,"
EDITS AND WRITES FOR THE
DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
The H-st FamMy Nswspsper in the Country, S3
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(alike on both sides) and is fully lieensrd. Thtbest
and cheanost fsmily Sewing MaeMnt In Ilia market.
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OF BATTLES, WSittS
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fa
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What it bin (lone. What II is dolne tod what
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linst erln.es. and NEW YORK RIOTS.
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WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
For Coughs, Colds nml Hoarseness.
These TubMi present the Acid In Combina
tion Willi other eflicleiit rrmeilics, in n popular
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live liiiiiii'dlntely relieved, nnd slntementi me
constiintlv Inline sent, to tbe proprietor of relief
In i'.ikos nfTliront ilillliuiltiesof year standlnir.
"1 IfrmrvV Don't lm (lecoivcil bv worth
lmiJIlUn less linltntlons. tint only
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REDUCTION OF FlilCES
TO CONFORM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES.
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BY (SETTING CP.CI.UlfS.
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form will itrconipany it, contnlliing full direc
tions milking a livrge snvingtcoiiuiiieisunil
rcintinorntlve to club organizers
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A WOMAN'S PILGRIMAGE'
To the Hoiv Lxr, by Mrs. S. M. flrliwold. TI
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It Is NOT A rnYBIC-It Is NOT what Is pu
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sPOWRItFUL ALTKllATIVEaud ONKQUALED'
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MVKR ind SPLEEN, ENLARGEMRNT or OB
BTPUCTIONol INTKSTINPX, PRINARY.VTK-l
RINK, or ABDOMINAL OKOAN3, POVKRTT
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REMITTKNT FKVKltS, INFLAMMATION'
, ortho LITEn,DOPBY,SLUlIll OIK- - J
CTJLATION of the BLOOD, AllHOKBUKHf.
TUMOKS. dAUNDIOK, BOROKVLAl
. UYHPKPHIA, AflOK A FKVEtt
OR TIIKIR CONCOMITANTS,'
T)ll. WELLS' EXTRACT OF JCltimitltB
I' offered to th publio ts a great Invlgnrator anil
remedy for sll impurities ot the blood, or for or
ganic weakness with their atUndant evils. For
la fbregolng eoniplalnt (
ejiriilolba,
1 confidently racomrnsnr1.il to every family a
hauilehald remsdy, and should b (Veslr tsksn In all'
derangtuwnta of the system, It give ktallk, vigor
aad togs to - all lb vital forces, and nioials aud
forllfl.s all weak snd Lymphstie leniaersnianls,
JOHN q. KK1LOOO, 18 Piatt Blraet, New Twk
- ' IMe A(enf for th United fftaUsr
Price On Dollar per battler Bend for Circular,'
EareCiance for.fafs;
Agi m will nay yoa(0 per VK l sh Ifroa;
will ..! with a at onews,BsrvlWnresrnltiiair
and eMrTH.es asld Address IT A Kf.l.S A ( t. I'hn.
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