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THE SPIRIT 'OF DKKCfBACY.
Tnclaj, October I, 1872. IiOOAL. The Democratic Central Committee of this county are authorized by the State Executive Committee to offer the above reward for the conviction of ev ery illegal voter, their aiders or abetters at the approaching election. Railroad rote In Adania Town , . ship, The vote on the question of levying a tax for Railroad purposes, taken in Adams Township on the 28th ult , resul ted as follows : Railroad "Yes," 163 " "No," . 5 Majority, 158 13TReading matter on our first and fourth pages. XSTwo original articles and a first rate story appear on our first page. JSTThere is a very large crop of to bacco in Monroe County this year. , JtSTAttention is invited to the Pre. 'mium List of the Horse Fair. JESrQnite a number of our town folks attended the Barnesville Fair last week. "We publish on our first page three speeches by Horace Greeley. Read them. JESrPcaches are very scarce in this j locality. They have been selling at $2 j per bushel. j ' " ' - ITThe Horse Fair, to be held here j on the 17th aDd 18th "mats , promises to j be a success. Has Mr. Sprague furnished mon-! ey to influence voters in the townships in Monroe County ? ' " 3TSpbague's friends give up the contest; their onlv hope now is COUNTERFEIT TICKETS. Watch them. 3TA Radical meeting was held at Stafford, the niht of the 23d ult. The 'irord "failure" reports it in full. Mr. Joseph Mieks' horse "Ken tucky" won the premium for racking at the Caldwell Fair. Premium 540. X3TNow is a good time to fix up your chimney's. .A very little work now may save the building of si new house next Spring. "Mr. Jacob Reixhfrr is making arrangements to have a stone pavement laid in front of his residence and Ba kery. - Jt?"A communication from Wash ington County, to the Columbus Senti net, will be found ia this issue. It con tains mighty interesting reading for Mr. SrRAOCEs friends. 5PMr. Thomas K. Davis' horse won the premium, $70, for trotling at the late Fair in Noble county. Report says that Tommy was highly elated over the -victory of his "prancing steed." 3TAttention is invited to W. P. Spragce's Conercssional Record. The Radicals would rather the People would not read it It has caused him to lose votes in every County in the District. 5?"The Prohibitionists in Morgan County support RICHARD R. HUD SON "for Congress They voted for 'Dr. Pakkeb in 1870. They don't con sider Mr. SrRAGUE, the Radical candi date, as being sound. ' itarTbe Prohibitionists in Monroe County cannot find a better advocate of their principles than RICHARD K: HUDSON, the Democratic and Liberal candidate for Congress The Prohibi tionist In Morgan County yield him their almost united support. ..Miebied On the 26lli ult., afc Mil tonsburg, by . the Rev. Crocse: Mr. Christian Wincher, of Wheeling, West Va., to Mips Catharine Blocher. of Miltonsburg. this county. Peace and happiness attend them. Hon, Will II. Oldtoam. Mr. Olduam will meet all of his ointments in this countv this week. ap- He ia a fine., speaker. . Turn out and hear him,if you desire to hear the issues candidly stated. . " ? XyThe Andes laetiiancc Company of! Cincinnati Las failed, snd .is closing up j . a . I IIS SUHUB,, . . We suspect .there are a nnmber of per60BS in Monroe county who have been: taken in and done for by the Aeents pf the Andes. JI3"Tb.e Committees in cadr township ! are requested to ' furtish conveyances I for those who. . are unanle to w&.x, or ride on horseback," to the "election on Tuesday, the 8th inst. ' 'Dreadfdl Accident. A little -son, aged 10 years, of Mr. Simon P. Moffit, of Perry township.was caught in a cane mill one day last week, and, . before be could be released, one of his arms was torn off and the other badly crushed. A' brother of the little fellow lost one of hi9 thumbs while exerting himself to extricate his brother. "'tW We would suggest to the Demo cratic County Central Committee that it would be good policy to employ Gen Grosvkkor, to make a speech in every township iir Monroe County. His abuso of Mr. Hudson in his speech at Clar jngton the night of the 24th nit., resul ted in gaining that gentleman several votes. ,-r.-- : " II0B8B Fair. The Monroe County Agricultural Society will hole! a Hor6e Fair at Woodsfield, on Thursday and Friday, the 17th and 18th days of Octo ber. Liberal premiums are offered for contests of speed. There is good rea son to believe that there will bo as fine an entertainment offcred.as has ever been seen of the kind in the county Barnes ville Enterprise. 2rWe learn that Mr. Enoch Mar tin, of Perry township, this county, is the Prohibition candidate for Congress. Mr. Martin is a good citizen, but vo ting for him looks to us very much like votes without the slightest hone of being successful. Our advice to the Democratic Prohibitionists at Sardis, Antioch and Calais, is, to cast their .t for RICHARD R. HUDSON, the' Democratic aud Liberal candidate, fori Confess. S50G BEWAi! Harden & Dunawav. 117 Main street, "Wheeling, West Va, The -largest and carries the most complete stock of MILMNKKY FANCY GOODS, AXT D It E S S T 11 IMMIXQS, of iiiy bouse in the city, Keep constantly on hand a fall line of Trimmed 11 at a for both Wholesale and Retail Trade. Special atteatiou pail to ordera-oct24r, What Township will tfin the Prize? The Democratic County Central Com mittee will present to the Township, that polls the largest per cent of gain, on Tuesday, the 8lh day of October, over its vote of October 18G8, A NATIONAL BANNER, And the Township winning this prize shall be called the Banner Township of Monroe Cocsty until one of the other townships succeeds in winning that title, when the Banner shall be transferred. The following table exhibits the vote can in 1808. excepting in ibe township? of Green, Jackso:i, Lee a-id Ohio. The votes of these b'wn.-hps are based up on the .vote of 1S70: Lot: township was, cieated.'froru territory belonfu to th other three, since lC-S: Adanv, 185! 134 j 140 1 3501 1 '29 1621 121 i 138; 127! 19! 2H; 2('3I lfi6i JU'lKOll, Beth?!. Center, T"i i 1: i'HD rvii (i. Green. Jackson, Lee, Malaga, Ohio, Vrrrv, Sale in. ieiit-e:i, Summit. SMinsbnry. Switzerland, Washington, Wayne, JOHN r 111 j 102! 2.' a! 173 i snuGGs, Chairman James Gorley, Secretary. Unfair Procecitln?s at tbe IJarues vl He Fair. For thorough bred, scientific and ini'al liblejudges of horse raciug we award the first premium to judges at Barnesville Fairs. v Last year, after awarding the fist pre mium in the pacing race to one horse, they drew him, and started the remainder for the second money. One heat was paced by these horses, and won easily by Kentucky Jim ; yet the money was awar ded to another horse. Now, as we would like to know some thing about the mysteries of Barnesville racing, we would meekly inquire, Why was Kentucky Jim started in a heat,when he could take nothing by winning it ? Tbisj-ear they improved npon last and reached a degree of exquisite absurdity that up to this time is the best on record. In the trotting contest a St. Clairsvillc horse took the first two heats, then fol lowed a dead heat, then the Barnesville horse took two heats, and what then? Why the judges awarded the premium to the Barnesville horse! Now, bring on your lunatics. P. S. We are informed that the crowd appealed from the judges to themselves, overruled the decision, and after some changes in the comraittce,the horses were brought back and started again, when the last heat was given to the Barnesville horse by an inch and seven-eighths. If this decisision should be overruled, and the horses started again next week, we will try to keep our readers posted. , The Ohio Valley Railroad. The following proceedings of a rail road meeting held at Ripley, Ohio, the 18lb inst., in tbe interest of this road will piova interesting to the people of Monroe County at this time. Hou. W. A HcTcmsfi, of Portsmouth, said: 'I made a visit to Pittsburg, a few days since, t t-e the Beard of the Pennsylvania Company. The Directors want a road down the Ohio River to Cincinnati. They stand ready to in dorse the bonds of an independent company, if found too weak to under take so large an enterprise. Railroad men and capitalists look up;:n this route as the best raJ"'!lK on tint map. We n fcpose J " . ' ' .All 1 lit 1 1 1 E c. had been beggars oetore, out now we as to our best inuttats." enaent of the bonds cf this road by the Pennsylvania Company ren ders its completion certain. Let tue townships in Monroe, cons-sit tleir in tercuts by voting the tax and, by so doing-, aid in carrying out this important enterprise. Accident We learn that Mr Jostpu Cox, , and little daughter, of Adams township, who reside six ile3 Easi ot this place, met with senus iujuries on Wednesday, the 25in ult. Mr. Cox was engaged hauling water and had driven onto a bridge when it gave way precipi tating Mr Cox, his little daughter, h r ses and wagon about twenty feet. Mr. Cox 8 and daughters injuries are of so serious a nature that they are not ex pected to recover; ona of the horses was instantly killed, and the other one considerable injured. "A Mr. Sweetland, from Mc Connclsville, was in town one day last week posting the Radicals in relation to Mr. Spr ague's chances. Democrats and Liberals are cautioned to pay uo atten tion to reports circulated by the Radi cals, in Monroe County, the present week. Their defaat is certain, and in their desperation they will likely circu late reports concerning RICHARD R. HUDSON, the Detiocratic aud Liberal candidate for Congress, of which they will be hcarlilj ashamed after the elec tion. 5rSevcral townships have their bnndred names to petitions calling rail road elections in aid f the Woodsfield and Clarington Branch, and the Ohio Valley Railroad. The township in which Woodsfiald is located voted the tax, on the 21st ult , by 318 Yes to 12 No. Let the other townships work to make their vote as unanimous. From the Marietta Times, 10th ult. At the election held in Grandview township, on Saturday Iast,on the prop- osition to levy a tax of 822,500 to aid in building the Ohio Valley Rail road, it was carried by the following vote: Railroad, Yes 30S No 73. Re- LET ALL, TURN OUT AXU HEAR THE FIKCST OIIATOR Iff this district. The Democrats, Liberals, and mem bers oT all other parties will be address ed by HON, WYLIE II OLDHAM, At the following times and places : BEALLSVILLE, Monday, Septem ber 30. CLARINGTON, Tuesday, Octolier 1. BARE5YILLE, Wednesday, October 2, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. SAUDIS. Wednesday, October 2. BUOWNSVILLE, Thursday, Octo ber 3. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. LEBANON, Thursday, October 3 GRAYSV1LLE, Friday, October i. ni 2 o'clock in the afternoon. STAFFORD. Friday. October 4. WOODSF1 KLD. S ii urd.u , October 5. These meetings, with tiie exception of Baiesville, Brownsvil'e Mid Giaysville wi'l lie .V I i in the owning Let our Democratic and Liliera! friends, ?i the places lituhi '.i, make the necessary ar:anL nienls for holding tltr-s,; ineetitias, and n.-stifj your neigh bor-: of the vcepting that t.hjy may be largeiy attended. I'v r ider of DE -5. COUNTY CKNTRAL COM (1KEEIE1 .1 II I! I! I) HI Democratic and Liberal publican 11c- Civil Service IScform. Am nesty. Payment of -the lcbt,.Tustice and Reconciliation. The Democracy anil Liberal Repub licans of the various townships in Mon roe County will be addressed at the fol lowing times and places : MALAGA, Tuesday, the 1st day of October. Speakers Jere. Williams, D. Okey, A. J. Pearson. CALAIS, Wednesday, October 2 Speakers A. J. Pearson, J. R. Morris, J. O. Amos, LEBANON, Thursday, October 3. Speakers J. Q. Amos, J. B Driggs, A. J.Pearson. STAFFORD, Friday, October 4. Speakers J.B. Driggs, Jas. Watson, J. P. Spriggs. . LKWISVIiLE, Saturday, October 3. Speakers D. Okey, A.1 J. Pearson, J. B. Driggs, Jas. R. Morris. - MILTONSBURG, Saturday, October 5. Speakers Jere. Williams, M. Hoef fler, J. O. Amos. The above meetings will be held in the evening, commencing at early candle lighting. The People are urged to turn out and hear the issues plainly and truthfully sta ted. The speakers whose names are at tached to the different meetings will at tend promptly. ; The township Central Committeemen are requested to make the necessary ar rangements for holding these meetings. Our Ienicrallc Friends are requested to send ns the names of persons who circulate FRAUDULENT TICKETS on election day; also copies of the tickets. A CARD, Saedis, Onio, Sept. 27, 1872. Editors of the Spirit: I have fre queutly been charged bv various per- sons, oi ivjing a Kepuiuica i; now lor the benefit of thos? parties, aud all whom it may concern, take this oppor tunity ot saying t.iat 1 am not a Repuh lican; it b lrur that I have never been enulhusiast or expressed my political sentiments freely, but siiice I am a cit izen of this State have always voted the Democratic ueke!, ana m We coining elections will vote for the Liberal Dem ocratic nominees aud "Old Honest Hor ace." , 1 ruly yours, .Jons Michel. (r Township .Vice-tings The Democratic and Liberal Meeti g i i ihis County are more largely atte; d ea man nave ncen any political meetiens held in the County for many years. That at Giaysville oil Thursday even big was not only well attended, but was decidedly enthusiastic. Washington township will poll a cry large vote, and will give the other township a hot chase for that Banner. The meeting in Wayne, on Friday eveniug, was one of the very best of the season. A thorough organization of the township was affected, and arranj ments made for securing a full vote. When that Banner is to be disposed of little YV ayne will be heard from. If the live men of the other townships are at work as they are in Washington and ayne, 2,000 majority is a low es tiniate in this county. Hurrah for Mon roe ! ifiTlt is unlawful to kill the follow ing birds at any time: Sparrow, robin, blue bird, marten, thrush, mocking bin , swallow, oriole, red-bird, bobolink, chewink or ground robin, cat-bird, king bird, yellow bird, pewee or phoeba, wren, cuckoo, indigo bird, nut hatch, creeper, yeuow-nammer or nicKer, war ble or finch. arThe meetings held in Jackson township, at Brownsville, Antioch, Graysville, ayne, Sunsbury and Switz erland townships last week were well at tended. All are working for the Trizc Banner and will astonish the Radicals by their large majorities in October. J3?We learn that Gen. Gkosvenor's speech ot Cochransville was so much mixed with benzine, as to be almost nn inldllfrihlc. Vcrv sad. Democratic and Liberal publican Meetings, HIT IBS CUosaenor'N Speech at C l;w luston. : It Consisted of Abuxo of Greeley ami slmlson. Clarixgtos, Ohio, Sep. 23, 1872. Eds. Spirit : Below I sjivc von a re port of the Radical meeting held in thisj L- ' r-", . ' ' . .....i. ... .. oeYc.ni y-iive to iv.sjniy present wiui se-' cral DemocratK mill Lilieial Rei'iiblicans ill the crowd The uieeiinj. was taliod : to order bv E B Cox of this place, and '. then the General proceeded with his ! speech which was a very weuk effort, I and I think done their cause more harm than good in this locality. He com menced by attempting to compliment thfi T?.mn!ilwQi! imitv flwiti iniit.! cnr. , i ivj ii i;ui u w. iin.ii v'y, nv j cess as voters of our countv and for! . . . i wiiicii lie cave as a reason that I he Ka - ical thieves should lie retained in,l, i,,c0. ir,,,,.-, rirnoinv A Irni' l b i r r r nmn n.Aiirioi l i in which he attempted to turn the weak ! ft'.llv,., lltt was l,catun- 'nigue's ma-.km-ed Democrats off, if there were any,! Jonl.v ,n Athens county was 92 two if possible. 1I endeavored to revive w ! yi' ! H"s year he will not get 700, 1 iwntt if ln in ...1, ... IT:. : . A the entire record of If. G. and to show all the hard things he had said about j our party, lie sam some oi tne iiaai cals were howling that the Democratic party was forever dead, but he thought if that was true, it was a little the live. Iiest corpse this fall that he ever h id anything to do with ; and that there were a good many more this fall than he wanted After he left II. G. he then commen ced upon our Candidate for Congress and endeavored to make capital by ap pcabug to the Democracy net to sup port R. R Hudson; that ha was a high tariff man, a man who favored monop olys, who had no political record, who was unfit for office and who was very oppressive upon tne poor and "he la h.iii:iu class; and that ail his influence would go in that direction if elected. But a tier all thi inade upon Mr. Gree ley and Mr. Hudson he tailed to men tion Mr Spramie's name and he did not mention it in his speech during the even ing; all his appeals were not to Vote for Hudson After that he commenced his eulogy of U S. Grant and wanted to know what he had done, but never told any thing that lie did do; after that he clos ed by denouncing all Liberal Republi cans and declaring them out of the par ty. The speech did not amount to any thing, and made no impression upon any one that had any brains, for his ar guments were groundless and without foundation VYher their meeting was dismissed the Greeley boys gave three cheers for Greelev and all went o'detlv away. But take it all round, it was a decided failure- and accompanied nothing. I ttiink when t!ie 8th day oi October comes that we will m it- Hie r-v Radi cals in this township tremoi, I can count at least ten Liberal Re.nvbUcam here and they are the best men of the Republican party. Yours truly, We have received a copy of "Case's Political Chart for 1S72."' It is an exceedingly valuable political map, containing, as it does, the vole of the United States for President, by States, for the last fifty years, the vote at the last Stale elections, and the population of the United States by Slates for the Ia6t seventy years. It can be obtained at 177 West Fourth street, Ciucinaati. A Railroad Race. Louisiana has a spice of comic rascali ty th?t recalls the J'ovrberies of Scapin and sgamcrelle A recen. attempt was made by the Lieutenant Governor, in the interests of the Administration, to steal away surreptitiously from New York, his object being to get to New Orleans in the absence of the Governor, in order to sign and legalize certain documents, the cflect of which was to disfranchise a numerous class of the opponents of Grant. War- moth the Governor, being in New lork, got wind of his intentions, and the result was a railroad race from New York to New Orleans, the Grant man having twenty four hours the start Warmolli c lught him, however, by telegraphing ahead for relays of engines, and they en tered New Orleans together. The scheme wis thus defeated. From the Cleveland Plaindealer. The number of electoral votes is 3G6 ; necessary to a-choice, 181. We claim, as morally sure for Greeley, the follow ing Slates, which will give him a major ity without Pennsylvania, California, North Curolina or Oregon, all of which are claimed for the Liheia! ticket: Connecticut, 6 j Alabama, 10 New York, 35 Tennessee, 12 Delaware, 3 Kentucky, 12 Maryland, 8 Indiana. 15 Virginia, 11 Missouri, 15 West Virginia. 5 N. Hampshire, 5 Georgia, 11 New Jsrsey, 9 Louisiana, 8 Nevada, 3 Texas, 8 Nebraska, 3 Arkansas, 8 ' Total, 1S5 Roll on! great Pill of Ayer, roll oul Through miles emboweled roll! Kollon! Through those whose livers chafe the soul! Through those whoso feeble stomachs fail! Through inesentnries wsxph pale! Through all who live in aches and ail! Ever roll on! Koll o'er the prairies of the nation, Fur the sick and ill of every station! ltoll dawn the Andes towering mountains! Roll over Afric's golden fountains! Through India and the' Chersonese! Through distant isles of Japanese! Wherever dwells a sinking heart. Roll on, to do your mijihty part, Ayer's Pills, roll on! Putnam far Oct Casforia A substitute for Castor Oil is a physic which does not distress or gripe, but is sure to operate when all other remedies have failed You may confidently rely npou Castoria in Stom ach Ache, Constipation, Flatulency. Croup, Worms, Piles or deranged Liver. Itcorftain3 neither Minerals, Morphine, Opium nor Alcohol, but is purely a vege table preparation, perfectly harmless,and above all, pleasant to take The Casto ria soothes and quiets the system, and produces natural sleep. It is a wonder ful thing to assimilate the food of chil dren and prevent them frm crying A 35 cent bottle will do the work for a fami ly and save many doctor's bills. J. B. Kose & Co., 53 Broadway, N. Y. octlwl. Are lou f.oing HeslI If so, take our advice, and purchase your tickets over the old reliable and popular Missouri Pacific Railroad, which is, positively, the only line that runs three Daily Lxpres3 Trains from St. Louis to Kansas City and the West ! and is, posi lively, the only lino which runs Pullman's ralacc .Sleepers and fine Day Coaches, especially for movers) equipped with Miller's Safety Platform and the Patent Steam Brake, from St. Louis to Kansas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence, Leavenworth; Atchison, St. Joseph, Ne braska City, Council Bluffs aud Omaha without change! For information in legara to time tables, rates, &c , to any i tnn ot their convention thanks, hon pointin Missouri, Kansas, Ncbraska,Coi et thanks, for what he had done up to orado, Texas or California, call upon or that time and then they would have address S. H. Thompson, Aent, Missou- dropped Mr Blanton Duncan out of tho ri Pacific Railroad, Columbus, Ohio; or third story window of the Court house h. A. roRD, Gen 1 Passenger Agent St. Louis, Mo. JVo trouble to answer questions! iuch20,lK72. RKAD! RC.l!! RE.il!! WaNhinglon County, Correspondence Culumbus Suntinel. Marietta, Ohio, .Sep 23. You ask for correspondence from different parts of the State, upon topics of interest. I avail myself of this invitation to write 'ot the do iiies of this fih.: lfiilil (- icssioiKil District. Last winter the "llt:". t?,-rrymauderiiig the '.lf ' i'",re-, , ,ie rict to remain f s n. nas neen, mat is, comjiosetl of the C uuties of Washington, Monroe, Mo -can, Athens and Meiirs. sunnosin ' that the majority wa t,oo largo to he easily overcome, two years ago V. I sprague was elected by 710 majority fill ? Jbn Lartwright, ot Meigs county I llt-4 VPrtl' All' Sue litnu Jj n.rnin .1 .inioll Tliis year Mr in power. idate' PP09e l,.V lv II. ll'.idson, a Lib i lomr ii ! eral Il'l'hlican, and the prospects are tl,, . ...:11 1 . ... .i . ... 7 J : i'Uli,t ,,e wiI1 ljeat Sprague worse than l even it ne icuii's that His majority in Meigs was 9"6: he will do well to iet 1 600 this fall. Morgan gave him 1(52 j majority ; this year it will give Hudson dUU. aslnngton gave him 3(2 major by ; this year it will give Hudson 200 Monroe gave Cartwright 1,701 major ity ; it will give Hudson 2.000. From these figures it will be seen that the Fif- Iteenth District will, in all probability. send a Liberal Republican to Congress. Mr. Hudson is a well known citizen of Meigs county, respected by all for his integrity and intelligence, and will represent the district with honor to him self and the people. Last Wednesday, General Ewing, Colonel Grosvcuor, of Missouri, and Senator John B Jones, made telling speeches here, to a large audience, and we already know of many converts. Ewing and Jones spoke in the day time, and Grosvcnor in the evening; the audience on both occasions being all that Could be asked. The Lib end element is strong in this district. Athens has 400 to 500, Meigs about the same, Washington 300 to 4U0, Morgan 200 to 300, and Monroe at least lod Our people are thoroughly aroused, and we expect to give Greeley a fine major ity in November. X. TUE OHIO KLECTIO.V. Cheering .Vcvvs for Hie People. "We can assure our friends abroad that the supporters of Greeley and Brown will carry this Slate both at the October and November elections, if there is anything in indications. The change in the German vote in Cincinna ti. Cleveland, Toledo, Dayton, Colum bus and the , North-west will be more than sufficient to change the past polit ical character of the State. A very large part of the German vote, so call ed, lias been against us for years, but now there are few among them who will touch Gen. Grant or any of his tickets. This count; gave nearly 5,0U0 majority lor Grant. It will give that same figure now against him. In many other coun ties the change will be equally marked. We have never in our political experi ence seen the political skies as bright as they are this fall. All that is necessary is ellicient organization to jive Greelev the State by full 20,000" majority. Friends, push on the ball ! Cin i'nq. OHIO ASSURED TO (JKKKLET. From the New York Tribune. If there has been a doubt about the vote of Ohio in October, it has sprung solely from the slight remaining uncer tainty as to the disposition of the large German clement in the southwestern part of the State. We take it that the ringing declaration of Mr. Frederick Hassaurek, formerly United States Minister to Ecuador, the ablest Ger man orator in Cincinnati, and second only (if to any) to one other m the United States, in favor of the Cincinna ti ticket, is likely to conclude that ques tion. Mr. Hassaurek is, likewise, the editor of the most widely circulated German paper in the United States. His open declaration in favor of Gree ley and Brown cannot fail to secure the triumph of the Liberal ticket in the Oc tober election in Cincinnati and Hamil ton county ; and our best advised friends insist that that is the triumph of the same ticket throughout the State. Set down Ohio for Greeley and Brown; and this last indication as the conclusive proof that, whatever disaffection may have existed among the Germans of the West, it is wholly wiped out in their re solve now to assure by their cordial sup port the triumph of the party they were so largely concerned in organizing. RoutvTcll's Double Ucallnir. The Herald says of yesterday's mon ey market: "At the beginning of the month Mr. Boutwell had formally an nounced his intention of buying a mill- ion bonds each Wednesday, and selling a million of gold each Thursday, in September. Thi6 formal notice was giv en. Every merchant, every banker, ev ery dealer in the land regarded and had a right to regard it as a sort of storm signal set and weather gauge displayed for his guidance during thirty days It was a solemn contract between the Treasurer, the servant of the people, and the people. But this solemn con tract Mr. Boutwell made haste, at the bidding of his terrified Wall street pup pets, to violate. He yesterday bought three millions of bonds instead of one, pouring his greenbacks thus into the streets to the relief of his puppets; and there is little reason to doubt that to day he will sell three, four or five mill ions of gold, instead of the millioa he had engaged to sell. In this way it is that Mr. Boutwell openly uses the Treasury of the United States to main tair. the financial stability of the Wall street puppets, by Ihe help of whose financial stability he proposes in turn to secure the re election of his Presiden tial puppet at Washington. With such a policy, administered by such a Sec retary of the Treasury, in behalf of such iuterests, what 6olid industry, what important enterprise, what invested cap ital in this country can pretend to count upon six weeks or six days of steady, consistent and profitable activity V" A I'hIiiIhI Admission from a Stockholder in Ulanton Dun can's Convention, I From the St. Louis Democrat ) The Lonisv llo Convention failed to accomplish what its participants inten ded, because it was Mr. Blanton Dun can's Conventionand because it remain ed Mi. Blanton Duncan's Convention from the begiuning to the end. Mr. Blanton Duncan is a man with idiotic energy enough to get up a convention, but the trouble is that after Mr. Blanton Duncan's idiotic euergy has done the outside work, Mr. Blanton Duncan's energetic idiocy spoils tbe inside work. If the straight out Democrats had been i ) . i ii snrewa men inev wonia nave passed a resolution of thanks to Mr. Blanton Duncan immediately after the organiaa I into the stone lined depths below. They miolit have spoiled a few feet of iron railing, but they would have saved their; convention. !101S.Si; FAIR! TO BE HELD AT WOODSFIELD, TIIT'KSO.VY and FRIDAY, tbe 17th and 18th Days of October, Under the Auspices of the Monroe County Agricultural Society. iPJREMItTiyr LIST. CLASS A 1st Department. nst stalliou over 4 yuara M Si " ovnr 3 and under 4 yra.. .3 " over 2 and uudr 3 yrg. . .3 " over 1 and uud-r 2 rr.n . . CLASS B l.t Department. Best gelding over 4 y-rfi old. . . . c-r 3 and under 4 yrs ...3 ' ovt-r 2 and nnder 3 yr ,. S ' over 1 and under 2 yrs ...2 CLASS C 1st Department. Best mare over 4 years old $3 over 3 years old , 3 over 2 year oM .3 overl year old I brood mare, oolt by her side ...S best suckinc; colt 2 CLASS D 1st Department. Best pair dranght horses or mares $5 3 CLASS E 1st Department. Best matched pair horses or raarei own ed by oue person $5 3 CLASS F 1st Department. Best gelling for or ware single harness. $& 3 saddle gelding or mare & 3 CCNTEST8 OF SPEKD. first dat, Fastest pacing or racking horse, mare or gelding, to go nnder saddle, best 3 iu 5, 3 ronuds to the heat $50 1& Fastest trotting horse, mra or gelding, under saddle or harness, best 3 in 5, 3 rounds to the heat; (no horse en tered for a higher premium to he eli gible in this) $15 & SBOOSD DAT, Fastest trotting horse.mare or gelding, .iu harness, best 3 in 5,3 rounds to' the heat $100 20 Fastest double team, best 2 in 3 10 5 Fastest pacing or lacking horse, mare or gelding, under saddle, best 3 in 5; (uo horse entered for a higher pre mium to be eligible iu this.) 10 5 Entrance fee 10 per cent, of the , first premium, in every oase Admission Tickets good for the Fair, one person, one dollar. Single admission twenty-five cents. Single carriage, twenty-fire cents extra; donble e&rriage, fifty cents extra. There will be contests of speed in the fore noon and afternoon of each day. ' Entries for the races of tbe first day mast he made before nine o'clock of that day. En tries for the races of the second day mast be made before nine o'clook of that day. Committees will be selected on the grouad. In each contest of speed there mast be. three entries and two to start to make a fie d A. B. COVERT, President. Lours HoEFFLEit, Secretary. A GAMESTER'S DEATHBED. Going Before liln Maker Plaslng at Cards. From tho New York Sun, September 17. Edmund Wellington, who was shot at the uNew Idea'' saloon, Broadway, early on Saturday morning, was dying at five o'clock last evening. From the time of his admission to the hospital until nine o'clock on Sunday evening he had lain on his right side. At that hour he made two or three convulsive struggles, and nearly threw himself otf the cot. This was prevented by the attendants. ' Lay me on ray back," said Welling ton. This was done, and almost imme diately afterward it was ascertained that his entire left side was paralyzed and in sensible to the laucet.while his right side was unusually sensitive. He lay in that position,raving iu an incoherent maimer, growing weaker hourly. if it is true that the ruling passion is strong in death, then Wellington was bv nature a gambler and a wine bibber. At five o'clock yesterday the Sun reporter was admitted to ward No. 10, where the man lay dying. His left eve was cover ed with a cloth, and a milky-opal film covered the pupil or the right eye. lie was nearly blind "Do you know this gentleman ?" ask ed the attendant. "Yes; he is Tom the Tinker. Give me your hand." ' For a moment he remained silent, and then broke out : "I copper on the r.ce." Twcuty dollars on the jack." "Hold on, I coppered in the pot." "I call yon on a queen full. "Beer all round." A hundred dollars on the red." "I draw one. onlv." "Fifty dollars on the turn up." " "Why don't you bring on the champaigne." "Red, give me a stake.for 1 got broke on the tray." "Lot's all take a drink," &c. For nearly ten hours he had been muttering in this way,occasionallv chan ging the subject. n v it it i i: n . August 80, by Wilson Martin, Esq., O. Ket el, of Allegheny City, Pa., and Mary S. Schu macher, ot Monroe Uounty, Uhio. September 20, by Michael Bousrhner. Esa Richard Moreland and Minerva A. Watson, all ot thin county. Sept. 20, by John Hamilton, E-., Eaos P Eddy and Jemima J. Windlaud, all of this Co COMME RCI AL. WOODSFIELD PRODUCE MARKET CORRBCTKn WKRKIT BY KKTTBRBR & XORRIS Saturday. Sept. 28, 1872. Wheat per bushel 1 50 Flour per barrel... Flour per hundred Corn per bushel Oats " Beans " Flax-seed " Barley " Butter pet It Egtrs per dozen Fish, per lb Raps per lb.. Coffee Timothy seed Clover seed Dried Apples Dried Peaches , Salt Hay, per ton. Wood per cord Onions pel bushel Potatoes "... Corn meal per bushel... , Sorghum molasses by the bbl... Socks per pair Bacon per pound Beef per pound ...10,00 ,....5,(10 .... 50 30 1,50 ... .1,50 . . 1,00 .... 12 ... 10 ...8al0c 3 ..28 .... 5,00 .... 6,50 ... 1,00 .... 3,00 2,75 ...15,00 3,00 60 50 60 .... 60 .4050 . 812 8al0 8 16 7 ... 15 25 Tallow " Candles Lard Coal .... Beeswax Soap, (country) '. 5 Feathers 60a75 Tea ..81,0001,60 Syrup per gallon ,, 1,00 MoIssros " 751,27 Sugar per pound 12J16 Sujar (maple) 16 Hides (creen) per pound 6 Calf Skion per pound . , 12 4 H"gS (''t)6n foot) ANN 6. UNO E M ENTS. 1 Ftm. SPIRIT: PIimM uOOUui: tuit i.. of TheobohkO Castlb. the preufnt inctrrMiit as an iudttpeodfut caDdidatd for Probata J dg' at the en'tung OcroBsa Ki.wtmw. LOCAL NOTICES. &&Xticet it dun cvImmh will be rh'trg Cil Id ce iu-r line. A' ml art ton trill he i is . ........ .i ' tnti'ie I'jrnoiicrs runmnj z, . iv o nvmrru. ( FRUIT CANS! FRUIT CANS!! If vo l want sound and perfect fruit cin-, ciil at the tin shop one door south n.f A SciiUiiACiin's meat shop, south end of p'lbliosipiare west side. ?v30m2. J lb iii.uT, I inner. Ixto iUberltsements, The oldest and moU reliable jlnstita'. ion fur obtaining a Meroantile Education. "Practical business raeu for Instructors For informaiion, write for a circular to P. DUKF & SONS, Pittsburgh, Pa. octlm3eom Election Xotice. To the Qualified Elector of Salem Township, Monroe County, State of Ohio: WHEREAS, , a written request has been made by one hundred tax paying Eleo- toisof Salem township, Monroe county, 8tate of Ohio, upon the Trustees of said -township, to call a meeting of tbe qaalifled eIeo'oi thereof, to vote for or against the constnn tion of a railroad by said township of Sa lem,- the termini of which shall be respect ively at an eligible point on the west line of said township, by way of Sunfish Creek, and an eligible point on the north aud south line of said township, by way of the val'ey of the Ohio River, and passing through said township, and the appropriation therefor of Twenty-five Thousand Four Hundred Dol lars, said sum to be raised by the issuing of the bonis of said township, in the manner provided by an act of the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, passed April 23, 1872, entitled an act to authorize counties, cities. In corporated villages and townships to build railroads, and to lease and operate the same, said Bonds to bear interest from date ef issue, at the rate of eight per cent per annum pay able setri annually, and the prinoipal thereof payable, one tenth ia nine years from the date of said bonds, and one-tenth each year thereafter, nntil all are paid; both prinoipal and interest of said bonds to be made paya ble at the office ot the Treasurer of Monroe County. Now, thereforsj said qnalifled eleotors of salem township, Monroe county, Ohio, are hereby notified to meet at their usual place of voting, between the hours appointed by law for holding eleotions, on the 2d day of November, 1372, to vote for or against the oonstruotion of said railroad. Said qualified electors voting lor the con struction of said railroad will endorse upon their ballots "Railroad. Yes," and those vo ting against it will endorse Railroad, No." SETII WARD, W.F. BOOTH, N. A. MARTIN, Trustees Attest. Jams RurriB.Tp; Clerk. ootlwS. Proclamation. OTICE is herebr sriren to the rmalifled 1 electors of the county of Monroe, State of Ohio, that a general election will be held, as re quired by law, on the Tuesday next after the 1st Monday in November iu this year .being the Fifth day of November, 1872, at the several places of holding- sreneral eleotions in said count cf Monroe,and yon will thon and mere proceed To rote by ballot for Electors, of rretulent and Vio Fresidont of the United States of America, for tbs State of Ohio, as fol lows: One Elector for the 1st Congressional District do do 2d 3d do do do do do do do do da do do do do do do da do do do do do do do do do do do ds do do- do do do do do do do do do do do do ko do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 4 do do do do do do do do do do eo 4th 6th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 18th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th and two Electors for the St e at lanre. The polls to be opened between the hours of 6 and 10 o'cloik in the forenoon of said day.and closed at 6 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. Giren under my hand, at my office in Woods- field, this 28th day of So jtember, 1873. octltd. Sheriff Monroe Co, O. 7EH REASONS WHY A Family shruld he m itixut ioUk U'iriTL&Sh V in llu kouu. 1 t. tt will relirr tho worn case of BitlOUSJ Chnlio.rCholera Morb u in 15 minutes. 2 C vill cum ihe most ofcMinale cic ot Pyepapsla aad Indigestion iuafew 3 4 .It U 'i! 1Kt rsmoty in the irnrlJ for Sick Kg.i(lnche. ri tlii.uwndt can testify, if l.ikan when il'.c lirM symptoms apptnr. in. It the !-t dmrrtic r fot reiore the wiMic; curing th.-"e dislroMinji complaints, Ulnbetei anil Cravel ami sdher Urinary tilfrlcultles. 6th. It is a nost excellent EmmenB" fOirue, and tj the Vouni Clrle middle a.d Women, n.l at t'ue 1 urn of Life, this r.-...i.:dy is f in- lc:;Uuh value. 6th. It ill remove wind from the bom-el, and hence a few ctrop.i in tome &cetened water ri-'-?n to a 1m1s is bencr tli:u a dWcn cordial to Relists and msk It Sleep. Coutaiu iiv no anodyne. 7th. It is a -sure r.-Vef fn- !-V1t ap rnfMrrn a'le.iwl ith Worms and Pin Worme. Jl -.-ill bring away lh vrt v th -It cure the PIIC8 and HemOf rl;o i i al dutv-ultiev fcth It will cure Constipation aid Veep til.- Ivi-v-ls rrjr.lUr. It mill nll-o Mire llie ont o 01 Summer Complaint and Dysentery- 19th. It ill tu- Jour ftomach. rtlmulate th liver f ' ealthy .-n,on. t elieve Ha-t-8urn ai.d a-t a scneiiil Keulttnr of fl:e rv.ite'Ti. When taken dilute the rose -ith fugarand Wttsrtoi Win r-'ln8 fu II and you l.-.-t pie a ant ton io. Whittlevv (ryvyrpt Cure $t.ro per bottle. VhitileM-y Acne Cure w. per bot'l-. Vhi-rle-v C'-Mii'h flrnmiles t -e. rr bottle. Sold by -11 druKswn and warranted. TYVIoj-t ,m Hed. Ce T0W1, O. For sale byj J. T, Judkins, Druggist, fToodi. field, Ohio. ootlv. Notice of Will. N0TIC3 is hereby giren that the last will and testament of John Patterson, late of Center township. Monroe count y.Ohio, togethei with the record thereof.was destioyed by fire on 'he 1 3th day of Jane, 1867,&nd that a duly certified oopy thereof was admitted to record in my office ou the 12th day of August, 1672, aud recorded therein, ' -! T. 0. CASTLR, sv3 H. rrobiU Judge U. C. CJ. IT. g. MA1X ACK LINE! SAFETY t SPEED! MI t New Hacks. Careful jDriveri. Areommorinf fun onr WolfflT. THROUGH FAItB REDUCED FROM 2 to 01 50. Tito Mail Line Al wars as Cheap" ; any Other. COJIPETITIOX defied; Tfariog seearei the contract for eurylng lb United States mail, the subscriber will rasr' ' between Barnesville and Woods! eld, lta?tnjr. former plaoe after arrival of morning trains and arriving at Woodsfield at 2 p. m. Ke turning will leare Woodsfield at 8 a. m. ast4. arrive at BarnesTille atl p. m.. ia Msne for . afternoon trains east and west. : Mo. effort will be sparedto insure the eOta-. fort of passengers on our line, and - we. re- seotfally invite the traveling public to gie us their patronage. Packages earned in each direction aaa. promptly and safely delivered. ang6r. . K. r BDHKY, froprieter. . Ayer's . . airlTigor, For restoring to Gray Hair its. natural Vitality and Color. otice ;ujruH.HOW, healtli.rv ftu'l. eifcetuu) I've prcsm;ag tli'j nuir. - It tviKi of ijwy h-air U ri$ orajinJi cohrt mill, tha gloss and freshness of youth. . Tbiu , liair ii tlt'ixkauud, falling hair clulatb- nd boldness often, though not alwity -cured by its use. JfoUiiitfr cua r-utura '. Uiq hair wheto Ilia folluJca toe & ' stroyed, or tho glands afrophiwl and, decayed; but such as reinaia cm l saved by this application, and Viuiu . Lited into activity, so thai a ur growth of hair is produced. .. ItrtUr, . of fouling the hair with a p ment, it willWp it ulrvan u-tul vigproai," Its occasional iwowlll pre-veut Um luix ' , front turning gray or tailing otT, an4 consequently pwvont hftldaess. The; . restoration of-vitality, ii givou t tho scalp nrrosta and jirarent "tho fvHrma tion of dandruff, wlikU ii often wx un cleanly aud offensive. Froe frunv tlvw deleterious subdtanoei which make some preparations daneerous and ai- . rious to tho hair, the Vigor ran only benefit but not harm it. If wanfcl merely for a HAIR DRESSING, . nothing else can be found so dosuevMe. ' Containing nmther oil nor dye, ik tlov Dot soil wliita r.nihrw and ret Luti lung on the hair, giving it a rwh, gW lustre, and a grateful perfume- ; Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ar Sl Co. rructlcal and ArflyUl tfcaraiatf. ' LOWELI MASS..': Jiyor s : Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lun,- such as Coughs, Colds, Whooptng ' Cough, Bronchitis, A it tuna, . c iiud CcmaumpUoa. 1 - r Awmrig the ' stit diHcuvtries of Quieru science, Jew ro f . ' more rtl Tahie to niunlfliwi than tHia - - ffctual remedy tor !! disease of the Throat and Lung. A Tt trial of its Tirtncs . thmugiHUtt U11 sud other countrkvi, ha , srtm that tr Ooe . Mre4v and emcfnallr . control tlietu. The te'ttinmiy ttf our licit efti- . icih, of all e5tlalli(Jw tita fact, that' Ctir.iiitT I'BCtoiui. wiit and Jw relie-e Bid cure tiio HlttiottHg tiirfilor of llie Throat ami Ln!ii- leyotil any other nivdiuiue. Hie oust, ilnnsorous atrectiona of tJtc Pnlnioaery Onnns yield to iM power; and cn- of COHIMimjpa, ' tio:l, cured by tlii prcpnini ino, are tmWic lr kn.n n, w rt-m.-irkable aw linrjly to be he liovcil, wore tlK-y not firoven bcyoml dispute, A !i rminHly it is ailcmtrttft, on w liicH the lil.''io mar re'y f r fail proteetinn. Uy.cnriof Coagkfc, tiic finfrnrmer w' more eruiU4 dwewiw, ft mt u.iniuiilrf.i tive, atid an Hioount nf tu(Tuvjn Bt to no computctl. lr cUnll.-ttM Irltd. ! cm. vim- the ruoHt K'etii :il. Kvrry familT sliouVi K'--p it on h:ind a pnittN-tiini Hiiin-st rtie eurly a:i-l ttnptruei-pd :tttm-k 4' I'ulrnonory Allwthm,. w!iioli are ci'ily iikH at flrt, but wliifh bei'Otu incni-aMe. iiinl too often fatal, If noglfCtod. Ten tier Inniri tireil tlii- tlt-fcnoc; end U i tiimi. ! . . 1 . 4 ..... f ..1 "I 1 tCio iiirp;;ii3 ilica-e-i which lii-ft the Tbreni sud O'mM' oi' chiMhool, CiiKuut' VitixttAV inviiluablc; lirr. by Its timely n.c, nmhi tn ir- ar ro-vued iW;n pmiiutur. groves, aud f-vv-'J to the love nn.l aifefiioti rciittvl un them. Ii :pu xeJilv and ttirotv' anitvl itlimircffl . sA-nriit onii l sn 1 he.illii-a'irinr rk-ep.- i K - o--.f -ill -wiV-- trnulletuo Inftacuaa aud fain rul Ilrnchitls, wlicn tlu-y S-i.-oav lur cwlyr t'l. v onn I-.-. 1Min.1l. - 5 ' , Orlsriiwlly the prrvlurf of lin. lubor'ions, and (iirfv.ifnl ehi-inirnl lnvelirtiin, no runt otofl i -(vtrvd in m-iViiig e-ery Uw'le in rte nhnoa i.r--i:.l nm-tV'ioti. It miff l rr"nfH)entlr w iil nnn a f'--oinrr all tlif rirtin- it hna t?t exitiii!'"-!. n?.i can4le of proriiirinp curft ar u:i.-iUv.-..jio tu tac (reutea il um ever dfCV4 . inu-PAacD T Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mas$. Practical end Analytical Chomist. FOLD TV ALT. PHITGGIST3 JiVEBVWEEnfiv For sale by J. T. Jndklpi,v7oodfield-1a3T Attachment Philip Schumacher 1 Before -.7 U. Butd ts. VI. P of Ceattr' Eagle Foundry Company. ) towe.sb.ip, If oareo couoty, Ohio; Judgment against defendant for $50 and costs. Bet for final hearing en Tuesday, November 6. at 10 o'clook a- m. ' sef24w3. P. BCHUJtACHKa,8r.- Administrator's Notice NOTICE Is hereby given that the nnder signed has been appointed and qualified as Administrator ef the estate of John Statsl , late of Monroe county, Ohio, deceased. ep24w3 JOUX MUHLBMA?. Wa aw mi leaiiiwaMMSSesWaWSSOtaasMeJ Administrator's Notice - NOTICR Is hereby glvea that the andsu tinned l u been appoiatod, by tho Pc bato Court of Monroe county, Ohio, Admlnis. tor of the 4i ate ot Jamas U. Amo. d'd, I ieplTw3. JOHN'AMO.