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THE SPIRIT OF DE510CRACY.
HENRY It. WEST, Proprietor. UMIi .TEIIH. WILLIAMS, : : Editor. JtyThe Republicans carried Vermont at the election last week ! If they were as tonished at the result, Democrats were not. Their majority will be less than in former Presidential years. aarMatne voted yesterday, the 13th Inst The Republicans will have a re duced maj riiy in the State. We giTe them from 5,000 to 8,000. On the same has! 8 Ohio will go Democratic in October. iarThe New York Herald of the 9ih inat , said: "There is a shakinees abont Republican predictions touching Ohio" Yf8, the Republicans are at sea in the matter of predictions this year. They ean't tell where the lightning is going to hit 'em. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER If, lsSO. "A onion of hearts, a union of hand, A union of States none may sever; A union of lakes, a nnion of lands. And the Flao or O0B Union Fokbtek. tW Address ali Utte? i : mThi Spirit or Dkhocbact,' Woodsfield, , Monroe County, . . ,0&io. National Democratic Ticket easvaHaeai ' For President, WMFIELD S. HANCOCK OP PENNSYLVANIA. For Vice President, V7ILLIA1I H. ENGLISH ' OF IN DIANA. Electors at Large, jrTft R. P. RAMEY. of Cnyahoza Hon. JOHN F. F0LLETT, Hamilton Democratic State Ticket. Becretary ef State, . JtfMl WILLIAM LANG, of Seneca. Judoe of 8mreme Court, , Bm, M. D. FOLLKTT, Washington Clark of Supreme Court RICHARD J. FANNING, Franklin Member of Board of Publlo- Works, WILLIAM J. JACKSON, of Miami Commissioner of Fehoola, JAMES J. BUBNS, of Belmont.1 4"Id his speech at Mation, Ind , two weeks eince, Governor Hendricks brief ly ami pointedly states the position of Garfield in connection with the Pres idential fraud of 1876. Tbe following is tbe extract : 'Gai field's nomination means the in dorsement and approval in the mosl positive and offensive manner possible of the Pre&iJential fraud or 1876-7 He had more to do with it than any nther man, and was the only man who occupied toward it a double relation. After the election Garfield went to New Orleans by request of General Grant, without authority of law, as a partisan. He went there to assist his parly in ma king up a case, and after his return to Washington, of all his associates he was the only one who took bis seat upon tbe Electoral Commission, liv every seDt mentof fair, play he should have been excluded from the jury box By bis own sworn statement of what he did in New Orleans, Gai field bad charge of the returns from West Feliciana Par ish, in one of the inner rooms of Pack ard's custom-house He did his work, examined the affidavits, and when thev It is in order for Republican edi tors to furnish some kind of defense for Garfield's shortcomings in the Credit Mobilier and De Golyer swindle. The Credit Mobilier Record will he found on onr first page. Their attention la raited not sufficiently full, he prepared or . - had prepared additional interrogatories tO the Same. tirinir ihrm nuitl.tn tlm rnloa oHnntpd bv thn Rptnrnina U,mrl The testimony. -tm - t...u.: ri i. J v i.io iveuu.iwu nancoc "u as received bv Garfield, went back lo English Campaign Club of tbe City and the Returning B ard, and the result was Conntv of New York has issued a call that West Feliciana with its Democratic . ,niin t k i.oM .i , WoQmtn. mai iity was thrown out in .wasuing . , . - . . ton, Garfield s vote was that Congms istrr Htel next Tuesday. Tbe call is ",d b hj d h returns thus aali oAa i . l. - iu .11 ... . . 8ignewoy a meuiuer u jwio.uiuu, an marte. As agent for his party he. helped men who have hetetofore.acled with the to make returns bv manipulating the Republican party. ' " ' ' " " evidence; and as juryman for the nation he held such evidence as conclusive ana jtnrTbe prospects for Democratic bindiD surcess in Guernsey County this year John Sbcr man vs. John Sherman. are flattering. Tbe Time. Republican, New York Sun Sept. 1st, 1830. is trying to stem the tide by appealing From his Letter to to the passions of the members of its j;n.8ui879 party. It is terribly afraid ol the man Gross abuses of in its party who scratches tho ticket of administration have the King manipulator.. continued and in- ureuaeu u u i i u tmtm SnAiimnflnnil Sr-'A Fbke Ballct Forever!' is U, K . .. n . 1CIDUUO U V V KJUL the motto sent out on the Republican reuarv paid Dy bills -Guernsey Times. wh' J.v. ' Napoleon said: Vote as you please, 1 dered little or no but if you don't vo'e for Napoleon you service The cx willbeshot.' "A free ballot forever," if penses of your of- you vote the Rpubiic ticket, if you nee uave increase.!, , ,, . ... . . while its receipts don't you will be bulldozed and your hm dimlni8bea candidatis "counted out. Bribf 8. or eratui'- ies in tbe shape of 1&A. Republican flourished a revol- bribes, have been ver at the Democratic meeting held in receivea oy jour Barcsv.lle, this county, on the 11th inst., . . . and created so much confusion in at tbe e Custom-house, meeting had to be closed. Ri publican and you have in paoer8 have not one word of condemnc no case supported ikn for the act. Tbe next meeting of the Grand Jury in this county will take action on tbe matter. the effort to correct the abuses. from his apeech in Cincinnati. Aug. oO 1830. ' I have never said one word impug ning Gen. Arthur's honor or integrity as a man and a gentleman, but be was not in barm ny with the views, of the Administra tion in the man agement o f t h e Custom h o u 8 e . While I would not, perhaps, have re commended h i s nominttion, yet I would vote for him for Vice-President a million times be fore I wonld vote for W. H. English, with whom I serv ed in Congress. From the N. Y. World. 7th inst. I IIAXCOCK DURING THE RIOTS. The Relations of Regular Troops to the Civil Authorities. Mr. R. H. McKune, of Scranton, Pa., who was Mayor of that city during the railroad riots of 1877, is now stopping in New York. He was called upon ves. terday by a repot ter, who asked him what were his relnuons to uvn- uancocK diirintr those davs or iroutur. air. McKune said : "At the time of the riots, which began on August I, 1877, I had a posse comilatus composed of thirty five citizens which had been summoned by my command, as I believe I had powers equal to those of the Sheriff. My posse wert on duty on August 1 On the morning of fie secon l twn ' regi ments of Stale troops arrived, and on the third one or two companies of regu lars By the 15lh of August there was a regiment of State troops and a regi ment of regulars stationed ut Scranton bv Governor Hartranft for rav assist anee if thee Bbould be needed. The fact that there were Federal and State troops stationed in the town raised a question with me a? to how I should use them. Major Morrow commanded the Fed. ral troops, and he did not feel willing to give me such information re garding my right to call upon his troops as I deemed satisfactory.. Therefore on the 18lh of August I wrote to General Hancock requesting bira to give me such information as to my status as Mayor of the city in relation to the Federal troops btationed in the city as would enable me to performlfeu duties- In answer he seot me the following let ter. " 'Headquarters ) Military Division of tbe Atlantic 1 New York, August 20, 1877. J " 'To Hon. B, H. McKune, Major of Scran ton, Pa. "Sia: I have the honor to acknowl edge the receipt of your communication of the 16.h inst. " 'The United States troops were sent to Scranton, on the application of the Governor of the S'ate. to assist in pre serving the peace. They were reported to the Governor and aie subject to the same legal service as the State troops there. Tbey should not be called upon, however, until the civil posse and tbe State troops have proved insufficient, or unless they are insufficient without the assistance of the Federal troops. " 'The commander of the Federal troops on the spat is responsible for his legal action in the premises. He has been advised on the su' j -ct hereto fore and is no doubt fu ly aware of his duties under all circumstances. I do not wish to embrras3 him by giving hint any further advice or instructions, directly or indirectly. If he wishes such he will doubtless call upon me for them. " As the preservation of order is primarily in the hands of the Governor of the State, I think it w,.u'd be better Notice to Builders. rpHB Board of EJucation of Ohio Township 1 Monroe County, Ohio, will receive sealed bids for erecting a school house in joint sub distrlot No. 3, from this date until the 1 6tlt Jar of October, 1880, at 12 o'clock, noon. Bids to be filed with the Clerk. Specifica tions for said school bouse may be seen by calling en the Clerk at Bareaville, Ohio. By order of Board of Education. septl4.'80t4. JOSEPH HASP. Clerk. BANKS. THE MONROE W O O D S FIELD, aillMhTQf 1 TSTT VU Capital, BANK. OE1C $59,000. S. L. MooNKY.iVes. Wm.Bkaxdmobk, V. W. C. Moonet, Cashier. dibictobb: S. L. Mooney, Wm Beardmcri Henry Miller, Jamis Watson David Oket, M. Hokfplik. Christian Weber. Does a General Banking Business. Interest paid on Special Deposits Make collections on all points promptly, "Republican editors don't know what to do to counteract the effects the corrupt records of their Presidential candidates are creating. It won't an swer to. shout' Lie! Lie!'' because the and increased during bis Incumbency; records art contained In official docu- lbat many person, have been regularly Prom his Letter to the President of the Unl. ted 8Utes Senate Pending Morritt's Confir mation. If it is to be held that, to procure the removal of Mr. Arthur, it it sufficient to reasonably establish that gross abuses of the administration have continued DISTRICT TICKET. For Congress 15th Dlstriot. GENERAL A. J. WARNER. BUte Board of Equalisation 19th District, CLARK ROSE, of GoernMj. meats. The best thing (he aforesaid ed- ors can possibly do la to admit thai Gabvibi.d and Arthur are doomed to defeat, tod then oast their votca for Habcock and Eksuib. "While the amp holds out to barn," dec. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Recorder, ( JAMES MYERS. Commissioner. JACOB AFFOLDER, SR. Conntv Surveyor. ARTHUR OKEY. In firm r Direotor, HENRY SMITH. jyBepnbRcans all over the country re booming the campaign for Hancock yThe Democratic majority in Ar- kansas, at the election last week, was only 60,000. JGeneral Washer's meetings are published this week for Monroe County Let him have reusing meetings through' out. , A DISCOVERY BY ACCluENT. which supplies a want men ot eminent abil ity hare devoted years of study and exper iment to find a specific for diseases of the Kidneys. Bladder, Urinary Organs and Hervous System and from the time of its disoovery has rapidly increased In favor, winning the approval and confi dence of medioal men and those who have used it; it bas become a favorite with all classes and wherever introduced has super ceded all other treatments. In short, suoh Is its intrinsic merit and snperiority, that it is now the only recognized reliable remedy. DISEASES OF THS KIDNEYS are the most prevalent, dangerous and fatal aifeotions that afflict mankind, and so varied and insidious in their character, that persons orten sunar ror a long time before knowing wnat ails tbem. The most charaoterietio symptoms are gradual wasting away of the whole body; pain in the baok, side or loins; a weak, feeble, exhausted feeling; loss of ap petite and dread of exercise; soanty and painful discharge of variously colored urine; inability to retain or expel the urine; m'nute shreds or casts in the nrine; and, when the disease is of long duration, there is much emaciation and general nervous prostration. THE OHLY cuaa We say positively, and without fear o contradiction, that DAY'S KIDNEY PAD is the first and only infallible oure for every form of Kidney disease. It is the best remedy yet discovered for this com plaint, and more effectual in its operation than any other treatment. By U3ing faith folly and persistently no case will be found so inveterate as not to yield to its powerful remedial vlr'aes. IS ST&ONGLY ENDORSED We have the most unequivocal testimony to its curative powers from many persons of high charaoler, intelligence and responsi bility. Our book, "How a Life was Saved," giving tbe ma ory of this new disoovery. and a large reoord of most romarkable oures, sent tree, write for it, DAY'S KIDNEY P ADS are sold by druggists, or will be sent by mail (free of postage) on reoeipt of their price, Regular, npeciai, lor ODSunate cases of long stand ing, S3; Children's, $1 50. Addresi, Day mancy ran to , Toledo, Ohio fl A ITTIf )N Owing to the many worth VilU II VII. iesa Kidney Pads now seeking a sale on oar reputation, we deem it Banking Hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. moh3,'74T. STOVES AND TIN WARE. NHS. 0. 0. ALEXANDER 0I4LIB The Celebrated Arlington EXHIBIT Of the Keceipts and Expenditures of Monroe County, Ohio, tor the year ending August 31, A. D. 1880. STATB FUND. . I 0. $ C. To balanoe in Treasury September settlement, 1879.. t 19 Amomt collected on Deplioate for 1879 18 181 10 Amount of principal of section 15 27139 - j' Cash from Treasurer ot State 1,051 3d ' .. Show License , . .... 34" 00 ' Pedlars' Lioense J 70 Total. By cenaty's proportion of State- sobool fund ..K80fl SO Interest of lection 18 from State...... 1.8 U St 17,65a 2? ;7 Total.. WMUr7 SCHOOL FUND. ITS. To balance in Treasury September, 1879 680 06 State Common School Knnd 14 896 80 Interest of section 16 from State 2,615 32 Interest of section 16 from Washington and Noble eountie.. 188 IS Rent of section 18 collected by Treasurer 59 40 Transfer of Bbeep Fand... 2.919 71 Amount of School Fand collected on Doplioate. .20,410 84 Interest of section 16 oolleoted by Treasurer , . 16 fQ- 17,(11 12 '41 40 AND OTHER Total .... By State common school or Jen redeemed March, 1880 7,448 25 Seotion Iff- school Orders redeemed March, 1889..... 5,870 0T Township 'school orders redeemed March, 1880... 15,491 83 Transfer of sheep food December, 189 - 691 3f State common school orders redeemed September, 1880 7,448 25 Township school orders redeemed September, 1880 -10,919 01 47,756-1 COOK STOVES. Keeps on hand Heating Stoves, t&"The Athens Journal in". speaking paid on hit rolls who rendered little or no semes; tbst toe expenses ol ma of fice hare increased, while collections haxe been diminishing; that bribes, or gratuities in tbe nature of bribes, hive been received by bis subordiuates in several branches of the Custom-house ; that efforts (o correct these abuses have not met his suppoit, and that be has not to the duties of the office tbe of Gen. Warner's meetings in Athens requisite diligence and attention, then it .Annfo aura is submitted that tbe case is made out. county, eay a. tfc. j,,m. ; "Themetings addressed by General ""X " " Warner in this county, the past week, "" have been well attended and enthusias-Ufnnnaft About Southern Claims. tic ma speech i ave Bmunoairr From BalUmore Sun AAiiviHAinn and ttawta noon fir rrraof I advantage to the Democratic cause. It x 1UuUO uu ia to be rearetted that every oter in the w,ia .l.ue ngeD,?a.! 01 reT,v'"8 fM n.ZA nnt ,, Kim f4 . At . the old "ronroacli," which was used so J - I inWnnlainnnln tn Mapn ami in lllfl r0 ni trotby declaimer, but a clear and gant --- "' St reasoner, atatesmaniiKe and conserve- h-'b-- .7., 7. .1 H.inhiviBw. and hroad in I.ia Hancock is elected the Southern people ... , 1 J 1.- ,. TT:J the Union. Such a man cannot fail to Pr them the value of their emancipa- tea slaves. Besides overiuoKins iub wield a potential influence in the conn oils of tbe nation, and his constituents have just reason to be prond of him ' The meetings to be addressed by Gen Warmer in this county, and which are announced in-this issue,, have been ar ranged io that every voter, in the coun ty will be able to hear him with but lit fourth section of the fourteenth amend menl to tbe Constitution, which says "But neither the United States nor any state shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in 'aid of insurrec tion or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or 7The steamer Vera Cruz was wreck ed in a storm off St. Augustine, Florida, on the 2S alt. Oat of 79 persons on board 68 were lost. .OTDispfltches from Washington City leave no doubt abont the position of ex-Treasurer Spinner. He will vote for Hancock and English." 'jyrhe gallant Republicans who, du ring tbe war, fooght who yardstick at home, will all vote for the Credit Mobil ier candidate Garfield. ' lyEvery voter in tbe country who favors a cessation of the sectional spirit, I kept alive by the Republican party, will vote for Hancock and Englisb. "General Roberts, tbe commander of the British forces in Afghanistan, gave the troops under Atoob Khan complete defeat a few days since. ; I3rThe Repuolicas are not claiming a 'Solid North" as much as they were three weeks since. They are now scared for fear Ohio will go Democratic in Oc tober. " emancipation of any slave, but all such ilnhta nhliwBtinna nnd clnimn nhall hp tie inconvenience. The opportunity to held m j ond void ,. lbe Tribune 8eems near mm snould not do lost, ana we to have overlooked also tbe statistics of urge upon every voter who- wishes lo hear a fair, able and honest discussion of the issues to attend the meeting in his neighborhood. Meifrs Oo. Herald, 3d inst. A New Convert. Donald McDonald, manager of the Excelsior anlt works and a man of ex tensive ii fl ience, last week renounced his allegiance to the Republican party, and came on.1 squarely . for the Demo cratic t'eket. This announcement caused the Republicans of this vicinity to feel downcast, and of course gave the Dem ocrats good cbeer and enoooragement. Mr. McDonald seems to have come to tbis conclusion himself, withent any un due influence being brooght to bear. It was a conscientious conversion to De mocracy which we con rely upon with the most sincere conGdence. To all such recruits we bid a grateful welcome. y Fifteen thousand Republicans in Massachusetts have declared for Han cock and English, so says F. O. Princjt, Secretary of tbe National Democratic Committee. ' . . . 3r0ar columns are a little crowded just now' with advertisements, but we manage to present to our readers eacb weak the very had records of the Re pnblican candidates for President and Vice President. Xar The Wheeling InleUigenter will be convinced by the election returns front Monroe County, that onr people are not seeking "light" of the kind that emanates from Dk Golter and Credit Mobilier statesmen of the Garfield stripe. - Hancock says the war for the preservation of the Union ended fifteen years ago. Garfield and his party are trying to make the people believe that the war is still going on. That is their .capital ia this campaign, but it is about w.xcsJy to go into bankruptcy. Niles, Micli., Heard From. Larimore & Dean, druggists (30 years in business) write us that Dai's Kidnet Pad gives better sa'isfaction than any remedy tbey ever sold. . Does Gen. Dawes Want It? We have no desire to attempt to nse burnt powder, but really, now, what was the name of the store which was owned by Warner h Co- during the build ding of the . Duck Creek Railroad, which supplied the. bands with provi sions at exhorbitaot prices f Wasn't It called by tbe men, 'Robbers' Roost,' or something like that? Monroe Ga zette. , Marietta Time. 'The above is from the organ of the Republican party ia Mem roe county. It gives evidence of a determination on the part of the Republicans to adopt tbe same plan of campaign against ben Warner this year that tbey did two years ago. Does Gen. Dawes desire this? Docs he 'want tbe business and private transactions of tbe candidates thorough ly diBcosBed by tbe press ? If he does, disgusting and humiliating as it may be, we will not snnnk from it If be does not, be must call off his dogs. Fair warning, Gen. Dawes. BARE AND IRON is an Aromatic Cordial EllXlr. A safe and valuable remedy . for Dyspepsia and all forms of General Debility. Is pleasant and ac- e ptable to all classes of patients. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. And all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Al80, Agent for Garry Iron Roofing. Spouting and Repairing done on thoit notice. Everything at Wheeling Prices, or .Less. West aide of Main street, 2 doors North of Spirit offioe. WOODSFIELD, OHIO, septl6,'73v TjO8( Pom in the He toe back pai . blade. ruUm Naueaowelseortiva wun a dun sensation in Pom under ness alter eai art. cTinatiorntoexSrtionotDO the Bdouider- yormmdTrrrTt for you to communicate with him when due the afflicted to warn them. Ask for the circumstances are not of so lupeta- Dars Kidney Pad, take no other, and tive a nature as to make it necessary lor i you win not be aeoeivea, vou to commuaicate directly with the augio, 80r. commander of the troops cn ihespot. " 'Who may b3 the legal conservator of the peace in Scranton (whether the Mayor or Sheriff, or both) I caDnot sa;-. That is a question of law, and you and the commander of the troops can readily determine it. Either the Mayor or the Sheriff, or both ( if they have co-equal power under toe law in that respect in the city) have legal authority to call upon tLe United slates troops in cer tain contingencies to assist in tbe pre' servawon of the peace. 1 am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, W INFIELD O. HANCOCK. " 'Maior-Gcneral U. S. A , Command ing Division. 'What was tbe result of this letter so far as vou were concerned?" " 'The Federal troops were with us about four months. I had no need to call upon them, as the State troops were sufficient for the purpose. The Ifederal troops, howtver, hud great ii.fluence in preventing disruption by their mere presence. Tne letter from General Hancock was just what I wanted. There was no necessity fcr my calling upon tbe Federal troops until my own force as Mayor and the State force was exhaus ted. AH of my posse were indicted for murder on the verdict of the Coroner's jury, and one of the cases being tried as a test case, all were aiquitted. ntTSto7?oretheeyeT yellow Kkin. JJeadacne uemovmem night, highly oolorecTUnnS"" XT THESE WA3131NGS AEE 11 n h KKflTTl SERIOUS DISEASES WHl SOON BE DEVELOPED. TOTTS PILLS nre especially adapted t neb eaaea, cnodoso etfectuaeb mehmnf of feeling to nt onlh the Merer. A Noted Divine says:' Dr. TU'l'lV DwSir: For tan J9rn Thar. ba mutyr to Dy.pepaU, Constipation and Pile. Lait 6priQyoar Pills woreraoonuneoded; I ussd t&on. IUDDOW.wfiiiau.DiTC a appvuM, aiVBWHSQ psTfeot, raffaiar sioois. the case. Tbe value of the slaves eman- cioated, at $300 a head, would be 81,' 200.000.000. This m one v would have to be raised by taxation and a loan, and to take the first steps in the matter the assent of two-thirds the voters in Con gressional elections and of three-fourths the states would have to be obtained. But only one-third of the States had any slave property, so the proposition is that three-fourths will tax themselves to re coup to one-third a debt, the validity of which three-fourths have denied, and1 the immorality of which they have ve hemently proclaimed. More than this, the voters at the next presidential elec tion will be hard upon 10,000,000, of whom two-tbirds or 6.01)0,000 will be required to assent to the proposition be fore Congress will give tbe people a chance to act npon it. But the Tribune has established, time and again, that there were only 350,000 slaveholders in the United States in 1860, so that when the Tribune's prediction comes to pass we will witness tbe refreshing spectacle of 6,600,000 men voting to open op a settled question of a debt which never existed, and 7,500,000 men voting to pay 81,200,000,000, wbieh they never owed and had no occasion to reim burse, to 50,000 persons who neither ask nor expect it Campaign figures are sometimes more startling than campaign stories. . Garfield's Petty Warfare on Han- cock Baffled. From the Louisville Courier-Journal. Winfield Scott Hancock will be the next President of the United Stales. It is wri'ten in the book of fate, and there will be no electoral tribunal to reverse the returns Hancock was born both handsome and lucky. He is a man of destiny. Why, just look at the recorl In 15G3 Garfield brought a bill into Congress to drop tbe junior Msjor Gen eral.. That was Hancock. It passed both houses of Congress and was signed by the President. But before it could be carried into effect George H. Thomas, the senior Majur-Generai, died, and Hancock going up one grade, was no longer the junior Major General, and So the law could not reach him. Then tbe Republicans, still led by Garfield, passed on act reducing the Major-Generals to three. This was approved by the Presi- dent,but before it could be carried into effect Meade died.and the Msjor-Generals were then reduced to three by God Al mighty. Finally, a law was passed au thorizing tbe President to drop one'ol the Major-Generals. Before it could be carried out and Hancock could be drop ped, Halleck died, and Hancock becom ing the senior Major-General, he could not ot dropped, lhe man who. sur vived all these attempts to retire., him cannot be retired. The man who Jed them Garfield will, as a fitting con summation of bi act, fall a victim to his intended victim. Hancock will.be elected President. Garfield will be re tired at least from tbe Presidential field They IncrcnTiTHEp7"tena Cause the body to Take on Floah, thus the system to BSBrlshed, and by their Tonic Action on the Digestive Oramns, Ketmlar Steele are pre dnced. Price cents. 35 Mwitsit Kt., N. T. TUTT'S haioye; Gray SLub ob Wbiskis channd to a Glosst Black br a singla application of tnis Drm. It im. Parts a Natural Color, acts Instantansotulj. Soil j Drafgt. or Mnt by exprsas on racajpt ot $1. - Office, 35 Murray St., New York, oct21,79Y. : LYOIA E. PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS. Fourteen Grand Excursions. The B40.RR Co., will sell ex cursion tickets to the Cincinnati Indus trial Exposition on the following dates : Wednesdays,' September J5lh and 29tb, Saturday September 11, Thursday 6ept. 23d, and Tuesday October 6ib, tickets good for six days. The sajne company will sell excursion tickets to Chicago for Inter-State Indus trial Exposition on Tuesdays September 7th, 12th, 21st, 28th and October 5th, 12th, and 19th tickets good for Ten (10) days. Above tickets at very low rates For further information or tickets apply to the agents of B & O. R. R. . J T. Lanb, L. M Fawcett, Passsenger Ag't., " Ticket Ag't, . Bellaire, Ohio. Detroit Free Frees. Aog. 19, 1880. The Louisville Courier-Journal has received a letter from South Union,Ken- tucky, the writer of which says : 'Nearly all of our hired darkeys have gone to Indiana and Ohio to vote Where tbey got traveling funds from I know not, as most of them lived here close up to their wages." DUCOrEBIB OF LYDIA ET. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. The PottlT9 Cnre For all Female Complaints. . i9"Tbe Washington correspondent of the Cleveland Plain Dealer sas that the publication of the Sherman-Hancock correspondence in regard to the electo ral dispute of 1877 is received with the greatest satisfaction by the Democrats, while the Republicans have little to sav and are altogether disgusted. It shows conclusively that General Hancock act ed throughout all that doubtful time with the greatest wisdom, with the clear est foresight and most correct apprehen tion of the intricacies of the question They also show that General Sherman held about the same views as did Gen eral Hancock in regard to the use of troops in civil affairs, and that be had the most perfect confidence in the pat riotism and ability of General Hancock. 'I wish that correspondence had never seen the light," said a prominent Re publican to-day ; "the newspapers that kept howling for it acted tbe d d fool. But then what can you expect ? Tbe Repuhlican campaign is being managed by a lot of idiots, who are driving the party to the devif as fast as it can go. These letters are worth thousands of votes to tbe Democrats, and it does seem that the Democrats are haying all the luck this lime." V BLACK SATIN DE LYON. We have jast received from a reoent New York Auction Sale, BLIOAIT- Black Satin De Lyon, At $1 50, $2 and $2 50 per jartu THBY ABE TKB BEST .......t.OD) 6 . 2J: - BttT IKS ' ............. ............................. .i Total Balance1 in 'Treasury... GENERAL REVENUE FUND, To amount collected on Duplicate for 1879 .'. Amount oolleoted on day book , .................. ........... DE. ...11,946 97 715 19 Total By orders redremed January, 1S80... Orders redeemed February, 1880 Orders redeemed August, ibSO Orders redeemed September. 1880 Amount overpaid September, 1819, .............. 12,662 Iff CB. ' ...7,281 54 : ; 1,974 49 , 6,795 04 .!-; 082 20 3.420 28 Total... ..-20.053 55 Amount overpaid 7,391 3? roon fund. B. To amount collected on Duplicate for 1879 3,338 86 Total CB. ........ 3,333 86 By orders redeemed and deposited January, 1880 1,035 84 Orders redeemed and deposited February, 1880 87 45. Order 1 redeemed and deposited August, 1880 ..1,170-55 Orders redeemed and deposited September, 1839 39 10 Amount overpaid September, 1879 ...3!6 76 Total Balance on hand BOAD FUND (TOWN8HIP FUND ) To amount collected on Duplioate for 1879...... 2,649 64 639 23 ....360 29 i Total .... By orders redeemed March, 1880 Orders redeemed and deposited September, 1880 .... ............360 29 OB. - : .304 33 , - 55 96. ...: Total ...,.......360 2i t; BRIDGE FUND. . 1 . ": . , B. ' :...n To balance on hand September settlement, 1879............ 4,353 10 , Amount collected on Duplioate, 1879 2,961 81 , , Total CB. By ordors. redeemed and deposited January, 1880 ..........2,115 97 Orders redeemed and deposited February, 1880 ......171 21 Orders redeemed and deposited August, 1880 393 50 Ordiri: redeemed and deposited September, 1880 .................. 91 81 ..7,324 94 1 Tctal Balance in Treasury. 2,777 48 4,541 46 SPIfllAL BOAD FUNS. ! ' " DB. 1 ' To balance on band September settlement, 1879 ..................1,206 92 T , Amount coilcotei on Dt.rcate-1&79' 1,086 08 ., ;. Total 2 93 00 . By orders redeemed ant deposited January, i860 Orders redeemed and deposited Febtoarj, 1680. . . Orders redeemed and deposited Aogoit, 1880 a. Ever Sold at the Price. . OTHER NEW GrOODS DAILY ARRIVING. J. S. RHODES & CO. 1152 and 1154 Main street. Wheeling, W, V, B1 This preaonitlon, u Its um si(iilfles, muMs t Vgtsble Properties thmt are harmless to th. noss dsl IcatelnTmlld. Upon one trial tbs merits of tais Gem pound will be recognised, as relief is Immediate j and when Its use la continued, in oinety-ulne eases in a ban. dred, a permanent eure is effecteds thousands will We tifjr. On account of its pro Yen merits. It Is to-day re commended and prescribed by the best physicians ia the country. it will rare entirely the worst form of faillnc of the ntorus, LcueorrhcDa, Irregular and painful klemtrastlon, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and riceraUon, flood Inpt, all Displacements end the con sequent spinal weakness, and Is especially adapted to the Chance of life. It will diasolre and expel tumor from the uterus In an early stage of dorelopment. The eendoney to cancerous humors there Is eheeked Tery tyoedlly by Its use. In fact it has prored to be the srsat est and best remedy that has erer been dlseoTes e. It permeates erery portion ot the system, and gires newUfeandTig-or. It removes falntness,flatuleney, de stroys all craTlng for stimulants, and rellewt weakness f tbe stomach It euros moating. Headaches, Kereous rrostratloa, weneral Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Inea festien. That foellnjf of bearing down, "-g pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by Ms use. It will at all times, and nndsrall ctreumstan- ees, art in harmony with tbe law that gereras sner fcmalesystem. Tor Kidney Complaints ef either sex this smnpeesxl is unsurpassed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is preparod at 83 and S35 Western Avenue, Lynn, Haas. Price $1.09. Biz bottles for $5.00. Sent by mail in the form of pills, also in the form ofLoxenges, on receipt of price, ll.oo. ier box, for either. Hrs. PINKIUal freely answora all irttcraot inquiry. Send for pam phlet. Address ox abovo HmUtm thi paper. No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM LIVEIl rtllA They cure Constipation, Biliousness, andTorpidity of the Liver. 5 cents per box, JOH. D. PARK & SON, General itgpnig, Uincmiiati, Uliio. J. T. J UUEilXS &. POPE & CASTLE. Drugfri8trt, Agents at Woods tield, Unio. jnne29,'80. SHERIFF'S SALE. L. Spence va. Jared Sole. Yrlrtneofa certain order of (ale itined oat of the oonrt of common pleat within and for the count of Monroe, and State of Ohio, in a oaae pending in aaid oonrt between the above named parties, and to me dlreoted, I will offer for sale at pnblio anotion at the east door of the oonrt house in Woods field, on Saturday, the 9th day of October, 1830, between the hours of 10 o'olook a, m. and 4 o'clock p. m , of said day, the following de scribed real estate situate in Monroe ooanty, Ohio, to wit: The undivided half of the northeast qnar. ter of seotion twenty six, township two of range foar, except the northwest quarter of said quarter section, containing one hundred and twenty aores more or less. Said property so ordered to be sold is ap praised at $75&, and may sell for two-thirds of said appraisement. Terms of sale, oash before confirmation. . WILLIAM READ, sept7,'80w5. Sheriff M. C, O. SraiGG8& Dbioos Att'ys. - ..szs se 17 00 lit 85 Total Balanoe on hand . . .1.73? 21 - . . 554 7 1 BUILDING FDND. ' DR. ' To balance on hand September, 1879 ..1,874 54 .-: Amount collected on Doplioate, 1879 ........1,400 14 ' ' Total,.... ..................1,174 By orders redeemed January, 1880 ..1,149 TS j Orders redeemed and deposited February, 1880...,. .1,1(4 00 Orders redeemed sni deposited August, 1880 (30 09 Orders redeemed and deposited September, 1880.. r 60 00 ; i A- Total.... Balance on hand TOWNSHIP FUND. To amount collected on Duplicate of 1879 .....i,m t 271 9$ DR. .....1.781 Ifr Total S.T.l Cat ' ' ! By orders redeemed Marob. 1880. 3.45 St) Orders redeemed September, 8b0 2,299 88 i : ; .... . , i I : v i . .....Msr is Total CORPORT10N FUND. -To amount collected on Doplioate of 1879,.... DR. -' " 1,811 0 Total..... 1,111 01' By orders redeemed and deposited tfaroh, 1880 .......1,0M 92 Orders redeemed and deposited JCaroU, 1880 788 14 , . , . K a week in our own town. Terms and $5 outfit free. Address B. Hallktt & Co , Fortland, Malae. dec2,'79r, SHERIFFS SALE. MoGinty & Straube Harrison Coulter &ano. Y virtue of certain order of sale is sued from the court of common pleas with in and for the ooanty of Monroe, and State of Ohio, in a oase pending in said court between the abore named parties, and to me directed, will offer for sale at publlo auction at the east door of the oonrt house in Woodsfield,on Saturday, the 2d day of October. 1880, between tne nours or iu o oioox a.m. ana o'clock p. m. of said day, the following de soribed real estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: In the township of Salem and bounded and described as follows: And known as part of a one hundred and sixty acre tract ef land, being a fractional part or seotion twenty four, range three and townsh'p two. beginning for the same at a stone on the east marked line ot said one nwidrea ana sixty acre tract; thenoe west thirty sine poles to a stone, No. 1; thence east twenty Ave poles to a stone No. 2; thenoe west one pole to a locust corner; thenee south sixty three poles to a stone. No. 3 on the section line; thence east eighty Ire poles to a stone ob said east market line ot said said one hundred and sixty acre traot; thence with Bald line in a northwestern coarse to tbe place of begin ning, containing thirty four aores. Said property so ordered to be sold is ap praised at $1,000, and may sell for two thirds of said appraisement. Terms ef sale, oash before confirmation. ' WM. READ, augSl.WwS. - Sheriff M. C. O. D. W. Coor&a and Speiqos & Dkhoos, AU'ys. Total................. Vll M TKACHKR8' IN3TFUT8 FDND DR. . Te balance in Treasury September settlement, 1879 328 9t Amount oolleoted since by Treasurer .............170 7S Total .......49 14 By orders redeemed January, 1880...... ..94 9 Orders redeemed August, 1880 ...........38 9t . .. Orders redeemed September, 1880,. 3 60 1 b . Total; t..., ...W4 M Balance in Treasury............ ...... ,14ft W BHSKP FUND. : Da. - . To balapne in Treasury September settlement, 1280......... .,..1,911 84 AmounC oolleoted on Duplicate of 1879 ..3,0! 17 Total .4.9OT fl By orders redeemed and deposited January, 1880....;. ...... ... ... it ..222 23- .- . ., Orders redeemed and deposited August, 1880... 3J Transfer to sohoel fund December, 1879 ..... .991 99 - Transfer to school fund March, 1880 , 2,228 32 ToUtJ...... Balanoe" on band... , 1 BALA5CK OF 7UKD8 State Fund.., School. Fund ....J.47Q 99 !, 8 IN COCKTT TSIA6UB.T. 41 40 1,887 38 Poor. Fond.... 889 2t Bridge Fund 4.647 45 Special Road Fund. 868 79 Building Fand .. 278 93 Teacheis' Institute 818 0 Sheep Fund ...........,...l,48 8 Total......... ? lft.lrt 09 General Rerenue FandoTerpaid 7.S91 39 Net oash In Treasury. eptl4780w2. a sua R. A. ATKINSON, Auditor JOHK 6ATCHELL, Trsasurer. Fomdry and Machine Shop, IN -L3T OLD PLACE. Haring purchased the Foundry and Maohine 8h0rs. foimerlr owned by the Bellaire Mans faetaring Company, and put the same In order, we respectfully solioit order for anything in oar line. iBTHA GLASS AKO atfAKUfACTUElHQ COOPAHT. aprl3,'80T, Bellaire, Okie,