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2T, G. Dm CO., Proprietors.
Xc t iWc .Faff, that Sight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as ice understand It. Abzuba Likcolh.
TEJSMS-Ttco Dollars Per Annum
FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 4S72.
WHOLE NUMBER 6S5
. .. i
'1 t EwJsara.
4ek,atrtett -Vst Awr JU V Cttfio.
I job pnnrriNo.
Having made large addltionstoou re txbllsb-
-- n un suape oi material or ueUK
i empioyea expeneuoea anu
eirerul workmeiL, we are prepared to execute
order for every variety of Plai af Fairer
'' PaiwrtwQ with neatness and dlapaleh.
rue addition ol Meant Power to oar establish
ment affords na great advantages over moat
tomtrvoffteeststba way f low prlosa and
M wart Qaii with ea and oeeonvlnced.
PIHUT PMJiABKTAMAAJI CUUJtQU.Hmv.JL.
B. Fields, Paaier. tosrvlosn every ctaMjatn at
Ui Isctioul lx o'elosk, AJL Prayer Meet
ing 7 o'clock P. ixxnursaav evening. Cor
ner of Main and Hardin streets.
fittST VOXU&KOA TIONAL CHURCH.Her.
w j.receranraKr.Demoeaevery eatiaia
at lux o-cioea. jl. xs ana 7 o'clock. r m.
sabbath 8ctiooi 1 O'clock, r M. frayer Meet
laf 7 eelocX Thursday evui tig. Broadway,
eouia t awviwium. -
UKCUODlBt RPJSCOPAL" HURCH. Ker
Oliver fc.euaedy. Pastor. Services every bab
bata at ia o'clock,-M.: and 7 o'clock, P.
at. dabfeaUi benooi S-ociaea, P. aC Prayer
Meeting J o'caoefc Tanadar evening, ten-1
oaky street, west of MalBstroot.
K1VL1HB. LUTHERAN CHURCH, Rev.
xiea. Miller, Peat or. faervloea every mm litis I
at 40. e'clock. ,A.M-andS.o'kocn.x.
feabbaUi School at o'otock, A. M. Prayer
Jti.. 1 A'ipt 7H.M.rmMilin craw
lora street west 01 stain street.
U.ilTED BRETHREN JN 'CHRIST. Rev.T.
J. UarbauttnaaVor. Servleesevery aaUta
at la o'ciuca. A.. MaDd7a'c4ock. P. Mbb-
bath Mctiooi at o'clock, A. M. Prayer Meeu
ug 7 o'eioek niursaay evening, ajorner or
C UUCJ1 ut tivajfront streeuweator Main.
Be. i. W.aVwkawman.Paatot -tservicesoa
tsabbatb at o'cauuk, A. M and T o'doo,
P.M. tiabballi-acliool at 2 P. M. Prayer
ueeiing every loan aay, evening at
o'clock. . . ,
a-. MWUAM.V& CATUOXJCCaCSCB.Uew,
J. u. liuttt. Paetuc k.very oliier fcabbstn,
timkuaw o'clock, A. it, align Maaaat
tu, a. i uuecnuin at z, r. au Berviceeu
Eugltah, Uerman and -t'renca. Mass every
tuurulng at o'clock, A. M. West end oi
Main-CroasaueeC . . .
U .Jill AH LUTHERAN bLjom')CHUBCH.
av. M. Bnerkle, Paaur. Service every
other tsabbatta at 10 o'clock. A. M Sabbalii
Scliool at o'clock, A. M. Ringing (society at
7ctoek Friday eveniuc. Comer of West
sad Front streets. - - .
rtev. joeiau May raetor. eervices every
other bebbatB at W o'clock, A. M. astend
of Main-Cross street. -
UERMAN MtfOMlKD CHURCH, Bev. J. G.
atonl. Pastor, (services every ofcber tiebbatli
at o'clock, A. M. SaUiean School at
o'clock. A. M. Prayer Mesons' at 7 o'clock
Wednesday eveoiiiav aat and of Mala-
Cress street. ,
ungtoa, rutari oervices every saooata
alluH o'clock, A. M- and 7 o'clock, P. M.
Prayer meetiug Wednesday evening. ISan-
anaky street east oi Main.
ftNDLAY COUNCIL. NO. H a. d a Jf.
Regular Convocation second Monday In each
monin. jaivv wiuwh. x. x. u. aa o. j.
BaaKiieu.Bir, Becordeu . ,
8S, R. A.
riNDLA T CBAPtXR. no.
Regular Convocation, First Monday in
mouth. B. F. BUMMOIiS,U. P,
x.Br, Secretary. - -
riNDLA r lojxjx, jva szr r. a a. m.
Regular Coiumuiilcalion First and Third
Wednesdays in each month, M. B. PATXKa-
8 in W M,0. J. tlkVpurs, Secretary. .
blancuard loboe:m. . r. a
Realar Communication Seeand and Fourth
Weuueadays in each month. B. F. Kia
KOH4.W. XI, K. W. ipiMiM, Secretary.
VlIflAil au v.
i. O. O. f. Stated meetings on the second
and fourth Fridays ot each month, 7 o'clock,
P. M in OddTellows' JlalL. D.C.FU'Heb
C p., and U. X. W UDXia, Bcrioe.
HANCOCK L0DUX.NO. 73, Z. O. O.
Ktaled meetings every Tuesday evening at
7 o'clock, P. M in Odd Fellow's Hall. J. F,
O, J. C. POWKLI., Bec'y.
Departure and Arriral of Malls at tie
Fiadlay Poet Office.
' : Mriirnss. ' y n .- v
Ckxraw ffnxaaa C & A G. RRJ Ms m
rWaoal raac xV i. JUU ksv p. an.
... AKEU V'X 1A. '
AvaavaiBraackx. M. UKRJ lLaOa.sa.
Fait Baren, Portag. Mungen and Bowling
Urtm luesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
afi.'fiSac'tard, BoadUom and Rmng't Cormier
TiMsday and Saturday, at 1 p. m.
ArlAgton, WilliamitnutAamd DJtirk Tuesday
Coawmatwrp, iaaKxa-was Umiw Tuesday
and Krkisy.at p. m. . . .,
i Tuesday and Friday, at 7 a. m.
tfealoa ittdtK. Burnley md Pfdtttim Friday,
MeCoaafrawl utaff Center Wednesday and
iiaturday,ailp.- m ( -
Opeu at 7 a. m. and close at t p. nx '
Persons holding boxes moat pay rent on tha
same within the drat ten daya a leach quarter,
(tuarters cominenoe Jan, April, July aud Oct.
Persons taking papers (braogh the of0
must pay the postage in advanee, or they will
h. diaeoatlnued. The foHewtng ae tue qua
Lriv rau of ooetaa-e: Papers palfltehed sev
... ilmem a week. & eents: Umes.W cents;
sitineM.I&ceuta; twice a week, ieeeuu; ones
a week, a eenia; monthly over 4 ounces, S
J. lLlOBXntll.. Iki sKVrEBSOC stCABEU.T:
a XTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
A y - E-iuiiar. Ohio. Office in -Head-
o oarlers Build ia,'' North at of Court House
Will attend promptly V aU buiuneu truss
ed totnetreara , .., j -B. - j-imi
: ; a rV 4s4b, .' . , .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will attend prompt
i. fcnnHiiM fiasrlsl attention oven
ittta ts fortf1! rhillriing.
apver RnlhranS A Corey's BxMvxn Store,) I
llua Street, Findlay, Oat.
C . BAJUt. - .
. iwVBV AT AW A COLLECTION
A Aseut. Offias la Carlia's. Block, oppo
site theCourt House. Special attention giv
. .r.n(inin Lnvn iiiid fUQDLrv. Loans
negotiated on favorable terms. (Oct. SD, 1671. '
' JAMES AU BWE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- m i. naiiixivi Rtora. Main
omce ,"-r- - , . i7r 1 1
Street, Findlay, Ohio.
M. T. DCHS.
BROWS DI NN.
x TTOBNEYS AT LAW, Findlay, O. WU
A , . k.i .lunduiM at their office,
oVer"Oid White Corner," first door South oil
"llJcourt House, and will give prompt per
3oal atteuUon to all legal business entrusted
. a.rv.tArtvcrrTAD ITT IV
i I..1.11. -Will atllxanxi tirraiiiDL
irJjA tZxuZm eaLruated to his cats. ri- JT.
W J.fr.oJ. aiven to Coltectiona, ParU- I
Icularaltention given to Colltiona, ParU-
tiouiug uf lamis, anu ,
OFICK on Main Street, East ot the Court
atokAixa- D.sujtrxjL. axms a. aHarraa.
I AVISO formed a co-partnership for tbs
. nracUoeof Law. vnll practice n (Mate
...ri "l7iii suai. Courta. and will give
prompt attention to all business placed la
LnunJi. omoeiu Wneeier'a Boca,rina-
ad will give
leas placed in
is. B. BBAataMiLET, .
s TTORNEY AT LAW and Claim Agen
A Vni n...ti. i.i in Htataand U.o. Court
raiRtnir AT LAW and Notary Public. I
. . , 1 1 uuJ. ml I
iii nrnUoa in all cltala and Federal I
rtaT Odioe In Patterson's Block, Oornai
Vaad ISeSoaay cUreeta. FtaeUayjbhlo.
aisus r. Hlsuisx, i
x T FORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I
A. odiae over the Red, Corner ur"gJrr ' 1 1
North ot Court House.-
- 1ARLTKS CO BAKKBRS.
Uouia in Kamui'a Hlook. lit. SO. XtAUl
street, Flndiay, Ohio. Bamkmg Hour (rem
la li e'oioct, M.. and from 1 lo 1 s'ciocx, P.JC
A veneral h"r-xlng timinnsinnnn Interest on
g. r. OxBa, . i -I- :! . .: wABXAa CABXa
. JoHW A. Mnu, Cashier.
aaAKCOCK SAIUC. ' ;
inmrtUOV BLOCK. ITinl.
gelU Draft on. England .Iceland, uermany, 1
aud au pnuMi - -Zsv w
nail purcliasers, aut v-y
VB KST BATTBAAi SBlam J B-BYBPrnam
. ni riRnns. Hunoniw. Hnhnnii
1 1 Hooks. etc. trecripwumvc mm-
Winded Vt all bours-day or night. Perfectly I
P?!i!Liiraulawd. Corner Main and I
OX. O. A. KOBEIBEU,
given to the treatment of natural teethe-
.eetn nued with cold-ioll. tln-foU and stiver.
Satlafactlon guaranteed la all eases. Office
over Welfcb'sbhoeBLore. Main Street Flndlav
.PKRATIVK AND MECHANICAL DE2T-
Vf tin, Crom ley's Block. AU operations
pertainlna to iha
Besldeut-e, Xo 23, West
DIL J. C1U.
C CBG EOX DENTIST, having practleed twen-
j .uve mm in iinia, a n i vimmrr
lnsertteeth in all lUHini tiriM ni
ed Teeth aud Uuuu treated In aacientlOcman-
ner. leeih extracted without pain. Office In
Henderson's Block, over Hancock Bank.
A. KBLT.VEK, D. O. s. J.O. KELLKa, D. Ufi.
SA. Keltxer, Operative and Mechanical
Dentist. J. u. Kkllh, Operative Dentist.
Aruncial te-th made or all atvlea. natural
teeth Blled with Koid. silver. Ac- and teeth
extracted without pain with laughing gas.
Cbloroform. Ac Krunr-h nlfiiwiL L'lKlT lKt
oay 01 each month. Ada. Id Kridar of each
month. Office In Findlay, over Baker ACo'a
eujv oiure, aame entrance to i.y ie a 1 iciure
aueiy- May lu, -7X-II.
' HAKV1V UWIKE.
CWKJ ER MAIX AKDCORY STREETS. A
Bnit-ciaM house in every particular.
Wla.llnrk.11 AO. 1 . .
BraumeA. Whim. I.i .: L 1
and By, WniakieaTETc: '
HEJUnxOEB, Proprietor. Corner Main
uuu siaiu-tjross Btreets, Flndlay.Ohio.
'laeentral location of thia Houae raakea
The tables are always supplied with the best
me uiaraei. uuuu stain es and hostlers.
1 i.i. HIUI A CO
TVFAT.CItKlllRt.nl.a.fl Co Tw 1 n
tiroceries, Boouandlihpes, Hats and Caps)
WMt a m whi oa, Laut Dixeet, r luuiay,
BXI.UXTI7K. w. a. POST
! A. H. BALLESfTIXE CO.
DEALERS IN FOREIUN and Domestic Dry
Ooods, Millinery Ooods, Vankee Notions,
uiie uiwux r urtiwiliii; lioooa. iso. 7U. umn
B4KSLT, SSTDEB at CO.
THE GREAT CASH HOUSE, "Old White
Corner." by Court House. A eomulete Drv
faoods titore, CioUiiug btore, Boot and Shoe
Store, Hat aud Cap store, Millinery More, Fur
uue, carpel, ciore. ine place wnere Close
uuycrsuuy. ollow the crowd.
i PATTEaSvll afc WlSSEMai,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS.MiUlneryOoods'
Ladies' and taent's Furs. Clothins. Car.
Hats, Caps, etc, is' OS. W and W Mam SU,
D. Cx.IS.FJ at BOSS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Groeereia. Floor. Fih and a Oeneral
variety In th Grocerv and Provision line.
prices paid for Butter, Eggs, and Coun
produce generally. East side of Main BL,
door north ol Uolt House Block. Findlay,
XBAAe DATIS. . ' EZHKT B OBEU
DAVIS at GKEES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
and Commisaion Merchants and Dealera
Flour, Salt, Fish, Wooden and Willow Ware
Ac, Corner of Male and Sandusky Streets.
L. DAVIS. J. W. DAVIS. . L. DETWILEB
DAVIS BROS, at to.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
Willow and Stone Ware, Confectionery. Frui Is
Motions and general variety. Goods at Whole
at Cleveland and Toledo prices. A us. 21
J, Main Street
EALERS in AgrionlUiral Implements, Iron
Mails. Glaax. Sash. PuU v. Btait Work. Cut
Rubber and Leather, Belting and a lull
of Shelf Goods.
Xo. 6 Ewing's Block,
HYSICI AN AND SURGEON, HAS PER-
maneutly located inUouektown. lor the
practice of his proiession. AaVA lull sunuly
oixwugs coiisianuy on hand, aa Ail calls
promptly attended to.
F. W. FIKMIsf. If. 1
PYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE
in Ewltur's Block. overCrvstal Front Drug
Residence on East Hardin Street, 3d
Eastol Presbyterian Church.
OXSTKKIja. W. M. DETWII.EB
". LaTERUX at DETWILEK,
HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIANS A SUR
GEONS. Office and Residence Main SU
opposite the "Goit House," Findlay Ohio.
ESTKIMIH at MILLER,
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. Surgical and
Chronic cases desiring to consult Dr. En
trikin will find him in the office on Wednee
dieys aud Saturdays from 1 o'clock a. m. to t
o'dioekp.m. Dr Miller can be consulted on
Tuesdays and Fridays at same hours. Office
room formerly occupied by Dr. Entrikin.
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE LA
dles to her fishand desirable stock of Mil
Uaery Goods, Hals, Bonnets aud Trimmings;
fact, a general assortment ol Ladies' Fur
nishing Goods of the latest styles, bought si
late decline, and will be sold at correspon
ding prices. Launert'a Block, East side Main
Findlay, Ohio. April a, 'u-tf
MISS JTLIA A. PARKER,
TtESIREStocall attention to her stock ol
Milimerv Goods. Hals, llounets and Trim.
which she is receiving at W. IL A J. J
vr Store, Mala citrus L, Findlay, Ohio.
v.a.osBOBsr. i.. x. bxldwis
OSBORI at BALDWIN,
GENERAL PRODUCE M ERC HANTS, Deal
VJ era la Buller, Eggs-Lard, Feathers. Seedr ,
rruiis, seeswax, pelts, ruues ana coon
Produce ol all descriptions.
Cigars, Tobacco, Suulf and Pipes. A
splendid slock oi Fine Cut, Short's Plug and
Smoking Tobacco,. A full line of Bale Goods
otmstantly on nauiL No. 75. Mala Street,
CPAIH CRADLES AND
Shop North of the L.E.1LU.K. Sign ol
Big Cradle, Findlay, Ohio. Apr 2o tint
fUl.V:KWELL, id. D., Aothor the
"breeu Book." Ac , . r . ; ' i i
TUE GREAT CAUSE
AaiPuHtaVdte a Sealed Awelqpe. Price 6 cU.
Xiaetmraemtba Natare, Treatment
Radical Cure oi Seminal Weakness, or
Spermatorrbea, indnced by Self-Abuse, In
voluntary Emissions, imnotencv. Nervoua
LWbilitV and lmnedinieliut Lo Marriaee gener
j Consumption, fcuilcpty, ami Fits i Men
tslaiifl Ply. ileal IocapicUy.eVc. By UOU. J.
xtsuwuriu-reno wneaauxuor.ia uiisaomua-
xecture, cieany proves irom his own ex
Abase may be effeclually removed witliout
menirinni, ann wejnnni nangerons easgteM
orieraUons, bougies, instruments, rings, or
lata, pom' ing oni a nrone or cure at once
certain and elleclual by which every sufferer.
matter what his condition may be, may
nunaeilriieapiv. privately, and radical
ly. THIS LfctTUitE WILL PROVE A BOON
TOTHOUSASrw AND THOUSANDS.
Bent under seal. In a plain envelope, to-any
address,ou receipt of six cents, or two postage
stamps. Also. lr. Cnlverwell's "Marriage
Oulde " price iicents. Address thePubli&bafli,
1I1). J.tI.kLIl;a U., .
. U7 Bsasry. fcew Vsrk
Post Office Box 4,5m.
TO THE SUFFERING..
The Rev. William H.Norton, while residing
Brazil as a Miafclouary, dlxcovered in that
land of medicines, a remedy for Consumf
tios, ecBorriA. Sobb Tueoxt, Coughs,
CoLns, Asmax. xso 'ebvocs WsxasEas.
iquRsiwr wacumi Biivii inn auaxet
medicines had failed.
Wishing to benefit the suffering. I will send
tbe recipe for preparing and using this reme
dy to all who dasUa It FREE OF UHAROrt.
Please send an envelope, with, your name
and address on it. Address,
Rev. WILLIAM H. NORTON,
" ITS Broadway, New York City.
Bol-Iy. - -
SEW BOOK every aae snoald
EELf iH ACCIDENTS AND
n i i cji i . M-
eoiooyaii nooaseiiers. and sent
postpaid, on receipt of price, b- 7 mil
A Uuide In the absence ot Medical Assist
ance. Published wuu me approval til iw
best Medical Autaoriiy.
The lollnwlnr are some ot Its subjects :
Bibaa. Bleedine. Broken Bones. Brulasa.
Burns, rooking. -Cholera, Cold, Contusions,
Daduoatiuua. 1m ,w iiiii v 1 IvmmuKW-v. Hmn-
Fractures, Hanging, Nursing, Poisoning.
i, ciutu-pox Dpniiu, uuocaiion,Bun'
This volume, written bv railami Phni.
tlaoa. has buan 1. . . .
GOOS IxXALTH MOHTHXT UAO
Bound. Si A),
STBASGEE mU FICTION
JNO. ADAMS & Bro.
Beat the WnrM in fTi tm-kj r
Asan Example, call ana exam-
me llie Improved Satlve
Dram Cook Stove, Flat
Top Xorlh Star Cook
Stove, aud other Cook Par
Iorand IloxStoveM. All kinds ot
. seen as '
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Order.
THEY ARK ALSO AGKVTg FOB
Iron, Well and Cistern Pumps,
Dinner Bells, Clothes Line
"Wire, Etc., Etc., EtcJ
Are also putting up Genuine
Slar Galvanized Idehlnlnir
Itoda, at 15 cenls per tU
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tVlA niimnu. nf - T.nh'ra
Perhaps noone mcli
required by every
body as acatharoo,
nor was ever any be
fore ao universally
ad opted into use, in
every country and
anions' all clashes, as
this mild but efficient
purgative Pill. Tue
obvious reason is,
that it is a more relia
ble and far more ef
fectual remedy than aay other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them; those who have
know thst it cures thetrneighbors and friends ;
all know that what it does once it does al
ways dial A never niils throuah an v fault or nee-
fleet of iucoiaposition. We have thousands upon
thousands of certificates of their remarkable cures
the followiug complaints, but such cures are
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
ptiuiif n mem. Aosptea to an ages sna conuiuons
mall climates : contaimnr neither calomel nor an r
deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety
anybody, ineir surar-coatiug preserves them
cr fiesh, xial mxkasmem pleasant lo take, while
being purely vejretable, no harm can arise from
tiicir use in any quantity.
Tuey operate ay their powerful mlneneeoa the
internal vutceiabo nurifv the blood and atimulate
into hcalthv araon remove the obstructions
tlie stoinxcL, bowels, liver, and other organs of
body, restoring their irregular action to aeakh,
by correctuig, wherever Ihey exist, such da
ratircments as are the Srst oririn of disease.
Minute directions are given in (he wrapper on
box. for the following comDlaints. which these
Pilte rapidly cure:
ror iinpraua or a amis tallew. aAsuras,
es, ksagriiar sad aoas mt Appetite, they
hould lie taken moderately to stimulate the atom.
and restore its healthy tone and ackea.
or A.lver C'aaspvlalat and its various gymr
tonis, BiliMs Uesuiacise, iiacai ateosaV
arkf. Jawaulice or ttrevai sUckaeas, BIN
leas C'wUc and Hiliwaw wwvan.ihey should
judiciouelr taken for each ease, to correct the
diseased artioa or remove the obstructioas which.
For MpvseaiSrv or lBIa, kai lint aam
dose is generally required.
ror asaeaaaacisaa, j.ms, a rave l, nam
Sitaxloai t saw Hears, aaa im IM
ide, stack and asanas, they should be contin
uously taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of the system. With sack duuuta mods
ror avrwpay aaa xsrspsicas Bwdnaura
should be taken in large and frequent doses
produce the effect of adrxwtio purge.
tor swpiresslasi a latge dofe should bs
taken as it produces Iha desired effect by ayav
As a It inner pat, take one or two Mil t
promote digestion and relieve tbe stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates tbe-sleaweb Stin
bowels into healthy action, restores Iha sppetite,
inriforales Ine system. Hence it is often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
who feds tolerably well, often ands that a
of these Pillm makes him feel decidedly bet
rrom tneir cleansing ana renovating enect on
J. C. A TER A CO., Prmcticml ChemUte,
LOWELL. It ASS., V. B. A.
Oct 28, 1870 24yl.
HAv KQ EITHER TOWN PROPERTY OH
to tbe same, by leaving word with ns,
witliout cost to ell her the owcer or renter.
march 32 BARND BROTHEBH.
Wood-Sawing Ilachlnes, and
Horsa Powers , ; .' ci
AM NOW MANUFACTURING HORSE
POWERS, adapted to the rnuuing oi
CIDER HilAs. Wool) AND CIRCULAR
6AWS, and other purposes requiring similar
power. Call ant! sea me belore purchasing
elsewhere, at the "Jackson Foundry," near
3g-tf. JEBSK WUXJT
T. EC. SMITH
FORMERLY of Barnd A Turleys (Headquar
ters) desires to inform the pnbllc that lie
New Grocery tStore,
Door to Marviai Henae, Mala St.,
Where be will be happy to meet his old
friends and as many new ones as may choose
favor him with their patronage.
The Highest Cash Price,
For all kinds of Produce. (upril 1 72-tf)
NOTH EHIiereby given tbst I nave lost
two notes given by Jonathan Priest, one
S1UU, due on or before the 17th of A Mil 167?;
one tor tkio due April 17, 1873, with 10 per
cent, interest from oats, rsmai auw awcuj
warned against buying tnetn.
M-y 4. v nu a waa j va
13. U. Tioblnson,
General Collecting Agent,
OFFICE With 8haferBTOB Wheeler's Block,
WILL at tan d to all hoalaes entrusted to
his care, and make proinptxeturns. Re
fers bv permlssio. to W-H.A J. J. Wneelef
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A Severe Attack on General Hooker by
New York, June 11. Tbe Herald
publishes l""g report ol an interview
lth General Avcnli, Lo said in
sutstanee that le s I i i wibh to
the memo: it . I the war in I
any shape. I r e a .1. d monuments
1 . . 1 . 1 1 1 1
or it, tue giavts oi iir Utad would
sufllce, Lut as he and 1 1 cavalry had
bteu impugned by Gt-m i al Ilockcr's
remarks, lie tnougut it a duly to cx
plain his own view ft the battle ot
Cbancellorsville. A for General
Hooker, said he, pec pie don't cener-
ally know that he has kbt everything
but his inordinate vanity. The sorest
spot in pocr old Joe a lire is the tern-
bio fiasco at Chancelloiaville. Lie I
denies that it was a failure.
but it was eo, anil to II ooker
alone is due the fault. He failed to
embrace the opportunity to make ita I
Uoward saxsLis aurjordH
catea were disauecud, and llcoker
refuiea to accept that as ny exoner-
eration, but t the aame time assumes
to exonerate uimeeii intuugu now- i
aid a culpability, n liowara was
rceponsible for lua auluidmatcs, ao
wai Hooker. But 1 dtubt the whole
story. If he knew Howard waa cul -
pauie, now caii;e uu to tt uciuie
the Committee on the conduct of the
War that the defeat waa altogether
due to Gen. Sedcwick'a failure and
the negligecce of the cavalry leavin
out the 11th Corps '.hat was How-
rd s corps toldirig the right f" l oo by
know Hooker cught to have Ceaten
le. Ho went acroes the liappahan- M
not wua ever one nunurea inous-
uu utn, buu ijtrt) uiuu-s uuva mure 1 fl)r
than hall that number of men, and in the
ioup or live uaj s uu tauiu 1 nua ties- 1
j , rni r I
wounded. 1 here werejust two causes f
this disaster-Lee's capacity ncd
:.,. .1 1
ten, witu tweuiv iuuubbuu
Hooker's incapacity. It
could realize the truith cf it and say
mn.. alnt it an mnoll Itin lioM.
"- -i - 1 1 ho
him, but he keeps trying to resnr- .
... , by
rcct niuiscir, anu ine lacus ue is as -
dead as Halleck, only he isa't buried.
KJ am V-g Tlstw k.ltVltu sh tun I
AUUta OF BIS CAVaI.KV.
w . , ,. ... . , , . . 1
lie oungea n Deiore ido naiue to
maintain twenty-five miles of picket
lineat an average tlistai.ee of eight
miles Irom the ar.t.y, alien these lines
onphttohave ltctn held by infantry,
wuu ILC ntuai cavalry pslroia ana vi
deltes. Conei qutctiy a third oi his
ca.valry wu disabled when tbo tirtie
action came. Out of three tli
visions two were oraniza I ror ag
gressive opci aliens urn: it uutoril
myself, while the other, rmde up
broken down ami uisalilctl men and
tortts, was led id caiiji) iiDiler Gen,
PJtaMihtoD. I started cut with ray
division under enters to cress the
Uappahancoik ted engage tLe ene
cavalry, and drive if, if pors b e,
the Rapidan Staticn. That's the
tue order read. Xu:ord was to
to thenar oi jee s army and
effhia commubieation. lioth col
carried out their inati unions to
very It Iter, and they were the
portions of the Army ci the Po
tomac that did succeed in tbe part
down for them in the plan of the
the column in Sue army, sir.
a pretty strong remark, but, egad,
true. I drove tbe enemy notooly
the direction of Rapidan Station.
to and beyond it, and Hooker
not have fuiled to have heard
gun?. For a', least twenty-lour
I (ought the enemy almott un
bis eye. By driving the enemy-
this way I enabled btoneman to
into Lee's rear and destroy his
communications. It we hadn't done
we did, I think theenemj's cav
would have creased to the north
and captureu tales and miles or
camp and stores. While we
progressiug sa'is'actorily, how
l sndeniy received an oruer
Hooker to leturn. I knew at
that meant disaster. He was
pried then, and had his cavalry
any where else than just where
was he would have been destroyed
well. I returned and met Hooker.
received me kindh'. His face
flushed, his voice was thick, and
seemed utterly wearied. He
''Where is dtoneman ?" "j
suppose he is in the rear or Leo s
army,'' I replied, "It's strange" said
"I den t hear from bim. Lee docs
seem to have been disturbed by
him." He finally directed me to go
camp. I asked about his situa
and he said, "I am enly wait
ing to Lear Sedgwick's guna. He is
coming up in Lee's rear from Fred
ricksburg. When I hear him I shall
in with everything I've got
We ve get luete fellows now
"TIIIT CAST GET AWal."'
I went into camp, and that after
we heard Sedgwick's guns hot
heavy, coming nearer and nearer;
Hooker didn't pitch in. There's
where be lost tbe battle, if he had not
already If at it, when he sent a tele-
to Howard telling of Jackson's
coming. attacK on nis (tiowircrsj
corps, instead or going uimseit and
seeing to it. lie itsa to nae only
miles. That was the vital move
of tbe battle, and yet he trusted
fate cf his army to a dispatch
carried by an orderly to Howard, an
officer whom he now says l a knew to
incompetent. Tbs Uu i 13 Hook
was personally whipp i the day I
bim. He bad all the tuck ta
ken out of him, but Li army was all
right. He didn't give it a chance.
Ladn't (ought it yet. That eve
ning I rereived an oider relieving
of my comma d, and f1: reeling me
rtpt.it at Wasl.ioeti p. It was
signed J II Van Allen, itcting A
U. I be command w .s turned
to l'leasanton. it, Adjutant
General went up to headquarters to
some reason for the order, but he
round Hooker asleep, and rleasan-
and Allen standing guard to pre
vent anybody disturbing him. I
went to Washington in accordance
with instructions, and there met Sec
retary Stanton and President Lin
coln. Stanton said in his brusque
way, "What are you doing here ?"
replied by showing my order. lie
said, "where did you leave the army? '
said '-South of the Rappaeannock,
near United States Ford." What
have they done?" asked Stanton.
"They have had a battle," I replied.
'Has it teea a success?' "It had
not when lleft," "What do you
think they are going to do ? ' "I think
they will come back acroes the Rap
pahannock,' I answered. "What
makes you thiok so fir I replied,
"Because the reserve artillery came
across as I did
Stanton lett the room, and Presi
dent Lincoln walked up and down
with bis bands crossed liehind his
back, Lis head hung doTi n in deep
thought, lie tamed on me the sad
dest lace I ever saw, and esid: "Gen
eral, I want you to answer me one
question: Wtiat was the condition of
Gen. Hooker when you last saw
him ? I replied that he was very
much fatigued, and appeared to be
worn out. That's about all, but the
question struck me si significant
GREELEY AND THE PRESIDENCY.
GREELEY AND THE PRESIDENCY. The Protest of a Mother of two Dead
Soldier Sons—The Spirit of '62—Shall
Soldier Sons—The Spirit of '62—Shall We Forget?
To the Editor of the Leader ;
I am an old ladv sixty-three years
of age, and a widow. This in the
first time I ever nttAmnted to write
an article for nuiJlAatinn. But I can
not keep eilent. It is out ot the lull
n ess of mv heart mv Ben sneaketh.
During our late fearful war, I de
revive voted everv enerrrv of mv Leinf? to
working for the iwor. brave suflerinc
. ... 1
men ana boys who were periling I
their lives for their country's honor. I
I deemed no surrifW too trreat.
Two precious sons remained to me,
while, the rm wa crowing ircen
over the trravpa f air. When iL
first call waa m,1W vrlnntprs
after the fall of SamDter. amonr; the
foremost to rnsh t.trward and mvi
bis name, was my darling boy liter-
all v a hov onlv ninetopn veara of
. Cmw,r,nn v,ir tl.a hn. tra
of aeon v. I rav mv Minaent and
kipl him for ti.A Ui i'm it n
dead shot throngh the bead in his
first battle: For his countrr he died.
and earlv and lata from mr aniline
bleedinr? heart, went forth th nrvr.
Teach me, oh ! Father, to aay,
by will be done ' Then, when the
cry waa heard for "three hundred
thousand more.1' leave up my last
and on one! my precious boy Uarry.
With streaming tears and quivering
ueart-strinffs 1 bade him fro at his
"conntrv's neid. That l.rv vnnno-
Lot was alowlv. cruellv murdered in
AndprnniMllfl. A few srwld linos
with a on the marmn of an old n
torn riPwarmner. waa brought to me
a more fortunate comrade who
Was exchanged : JAf are stamina
t0 death, mother. I thaU never see
vou anain. dear, dear niO'.ker. Pray
,imLr hn,, llarrv' " 1 hat was all I
record left, save the alter message,
-ri .. I. J
lucu, wucuvut n at waswci,auu
, . .
annrir mnrmiirinnra of mv hpnrt I
. ,vM . .
reraemberinsr that there was a
, :, ,,
". ; T n ' ,.
I am an old-fashioned woman, Mr.
u - i -i r. I. .
UjUiLur. one wuu uaa siwm a icil kiiab
... j . ...
woman's province was home. I have
disproved ol and coldly ignored
everything pertaining to tbe so-called 0
woman's rights movcmeni- in
I have felt that woman s clamor-
for tho ballot was uncalled for, tiie
indelicate and unwomamy, naving its past
origin only in an ambition lor nolo-
and a desire to usurp a man's
When I read ot Horace Greeley s
nomination lor the Presidency, the I
bopom Iriend of Jell Davix, his sym- to
pathizer and bondsman Jed Davis, tho
black-hearted traitor, the cold- to
blooded, inhuman butcher, the do pie,
moniac slaughterer and torturer of
thousands npon thonsands of lathers
sons, husbands and brothers to
I read, I repeat, that Greeley of
been nominated for the highest and
most honorabla position in our
to take the place onco occupied
Washington and the murdered ot
Lincoln, I sat paralyzed for hours, the
my country (alien thus low ?
this to be the reward ot the
wholaaal massacres and the fearful ot
sacriQtCS made t Were onr dead sol I
to be thus insulted in their
? Was the grief of the broken
hearted wives, mothers, sisters and
daughters thus to be made a mockery
Just as well nominate Jeff Davis
himself as his warm sympathizer,
friend and coadjutor, Greeley.
tact, extreme sophistry might pos
by a mighty effort, call up some
in partial extenuation ot some
Davis crimes, but what can the
charitably inclined urge for
Greeley ? Not one extenuating shad
ow can be put forth for the Northern
renegade, who proffered aid and sym
. 1 1 . ; . 1 r
thus virtually inuorsing every
barbarous set ot tne arcn traitor jen.
his minions. It has been said that
Horace Greeley had not one single
relative serving in the Northern army,
his wife did lose two cousins
fighting beneath the rebel fhg. Per
haps this solves the riddle of the rene
coarse. Can be be infatuated
enough to suppose that one brave
soldier in the land, can so far
his sell-respect and manhood as
become Lis aider and abetter by
helping him into the White House ?
AO-day, air. xv.un.ui, uuiu iuj inner
most heart, and for the first time in
life, I wish that it were woman's
privilege to vote. Old as I am, and
shrinkin" as I always have from pub
I would make it my mission to
among my sex "from early morn
dewy eve ' tor sixmonmsto come,
need be, to prevent the shadow ot
possibility of that man's being elect
ed. Hut he will not be; he cannot
It is a disgrace heavy and black
enough to tha country, that he has
nominated. Why there are sure
in the land staunch and true, in
nnmtiprssuftioient,to rally for theright
crush down this vile attempt ef
friends of treaeon and the boutn,
hoist into the White House a per
son acknowledged to be the sworn ally
the rebekthrough his warm sympa
thy with iW leaders.
the now childless mother of two
soldier boys, appeal to every
noble lellow who has worn the
no ' to be true to himselt and his
country, -rue t0 tne memory ot his
w a ti i j 1 n a
comraaes, "wuo ino ueau vet
sneaked" rne to evel7 pnnciple ot
honor, uiauuwix auu dcu jcnci.i.t
boar of temptation to himselt.and
to bis country.
Wives and mothers, sisters anu
daughters, now is the ''silent gentle
influence" to make itself telt ;
nornsos you feel "no interest in pou
tics;" arouse yourself if never before,
think who the man is that was
nominated at the Cincinnati Conven-
- . -s mi 1
ior the next rresidenu imnK
hn and what Horace txreeiey uas
1 v: -11 Y.i I TTn-an it vnn
... in si1ltiia i' ttiinlr
have UU lUtClCQb i jwi.w.w, -"
von would ieei u stu. xjbvio
- . - . ., .. ..
nominated tor tne x'resiaency.
Horace Greeley is second only to him.
iTais his sworn ally and friend, the
s who stepped forward and rescued
arch demon from even a slight
punishment- Did the cruel war snatch
vou a loved one. a father, or
brother, husband or son? then by
their blood which crieth to yon from
crave. I adiure yon to use all the
influence we possess, to prevent this
insult to the memory of your loved
lost, and the sickening obloquy
foul disgrace to our beloved coun
should Horace Greeley be elected
A. W. R.
Th Bev. Mr. H. had a large fam
of unruly boys, and one of them
somethene very wrong, but as
none of them would confess it, he
declared he would whip them all, and
then be sure lo punish the real cut
orit. LiSDinir Jimmy retired to
corner and crumbled. Wbat is that
von say?" ask ' the father.
thaid," whispered Jimmy, "that that
iutht the way old Herod did. Be
killed all the cildren. tbo that be
would be thure to Lull Jethuth.''
SENATOR WILSON ACCEPTS.
Va8iiiutok. D. C , June
Tho follow ing is Senator Wilson's letter
of acceptance ot the Philadelphia
WASHINGTON, June 14.
To the Him. Thomas Settle, and other. Prenilrnt
and Vtce-lmidrHtMof the Ntttitmal livpublwun
a before me.
"Gentlemen- Your role of tli
10th instant, conveying to 1110 the
action ot the convention in i lacin
my name in nomination for tho oflice
ot V fee-President of the United States,
l need not cive you
assurance of my grateful appreciation
ot high honor conferred on me by
this action of the Fifth Xational Con-
vention ot the Republican party,
Sixteen years ago, in the same citv.
was held the first mectin of men
who, amid the darkness and doubts
of th&t hour of slaveholdinfr as-
cendency and ajreression, had as
8em "le m national convention to
confer with each other on the exisen-
cies to which that fearful domination
had brought their country. After a
lull conference, the highest noint of
re80've tey could reach, the mostibhot
tDey dVd to recommend, was an
avowed inirpose to prohibit the ex
wtence ot slavery in the Territoriea.
Lt week tin, aaina party met by its
repreaentAtivea irom Uiirty-aeven
olte8 ana ten ierntonea at the aame
center ot wealth, intelligence,
an1 Pwer to review the past, take
1ot0 of the present, and indicate its
ul acwon ior ine iuiuro. Ast.p
'al lacts. headland of the nation's re.
Cert history, there sat on its phtlorm.
taking prominent and houoraLle part
its proceeding ; admitted on terms
' perfect equality to the leadinnr ho
telH of the city, not only the colored
representatives ot tho rate which
were ten yearsbefore in abject slavery.
uui oao 01 ln oiaest ana raoHt prom
lucu" ul mo uucb ucsuueu auouiion
can9e he hJ 80 W tor o many
woraeI1 li, dead, who had
ists, to whom was accorded, as to no
other, the wannest demonstrations of
popular regard and esteem an ova
tion not to him alone, but to the
tnUed f .rnnnh Ion vr. r.l.l.....
. . . . IV
na sell-sacririce lor the glorious
.r .t ,.b, .
truiuou oi inat, nour. ii narajy
needed tae brilliant summary ot us
lit form to Ek-t forth it illntitriona
achievements. The vrv urt enr ot
tnoan iiiAn voj ni.ra .i.,t,I iMnt A
I w . - ' ' ElUldVUU, Jl
victories already achieved progress
already made, aud the reat distance
tne march the nation traveled ba
tween the years 1 3DC and 1872.
.tj3ut g,anii M iias been its record,
Republican party roots not 011 its
aione. jt ita t0 the future.and
grapples with problems of duty and
dauger. It proposes as objects of its
immediate accomplishment, complete
liberty and exact equality tor all, the
enforcement of the recent amendments
tbe national Constitution, reform in
civil service, tho national domain
be set apart for homes to the peo-
the adjustment ot the duties on
imports, so as to secure remunerative
wages to labor ; extension of bounties
all soldiers and sailors who in time
duty became disabled ; continual
careful encouragement and pro
tection to voluntary immigration, and
guarding, with zealous care, the rights
adopted citizens ; the abolition ot
franking privilege and speedy re
Had duction of the rates ot postage ; re
Was duction of the national debt and rates
interest, aud resumption ot specie
payment : encouragement of American
commerce and ot ship buildinp;, sup
pression ot violence, and protection ot
ballot box. It also placed on rec
the opinion and purposes of the
in lavor of amnesty, against all
ot repudiation, and indorsed the
umane and peaoelul policy of the
administration in regard to the In
But while clearly defining and
istinctly announcing the policy of the
Republican party on these questions
practical legislation and administra
tion, the convention did not ignore the
problems that are pressing the r
tor solution, and which demand
most careful study and wise con
Foremost stands the labor ques
Concerning the relations of
and labor, the Republican par
accepts tbe duty ot eo shaping
legislation as to secure full protection
tbe amplest held for capital, and
labor, tbe creator of capital, the
largest opportunities and a just share
the mutual profit ot these two
servants of civilization. To
womau, too, and ber uew tiemanda,
extends a grateful recognition and
preffcrs its most rer-ieciful inquiry.
recognizes her most nob!e devotion
the country and freedom, welcomes
admission to wider fields ot use
fulness, and commends tbe demands
additional rights to the careful
consideration of the nation.
"To guard well what has already
secured, to work cut faithtully
wiiely whit is now in hand, an 1
consider questions which are loom
up to view but a little wsy be
fore us, the Republican paity is to
what it was in gloomy years ol
slavery, rebellion, and recjnstruc
tion a national necessity.
"It appeals therefore, for 6ippDit
the patriotic and liberty-loving, to
just and humane, to all whi would
dignify labor, to all who would edu
cate, elevate, and enlighten the bur-
of tue sous and I'aughtcis 01
with its great record of work still
be done under the great soldier
Liatoric renown, and whosesuc-
cessful administration lor tliu last
years besot such popular con
fidence. The Kepu'u:can party may
conGdently, in the language of the
convention you represent, start on a
march to victory.
"Having accepted, thk ty-six years
ago.the distinguishing doctrines of the
publican pai t f of to-day; having la
bored, duringthe years of that period,
their advancement, subordinated
other issues, acting in and co op
erating with political organizations
ilb whose leading doctrines I some
had neither sympathy nor be
lief ; having labored incessantly lor
many years to found and build up
Republican party, and having
during its existence taken an humble
in its grand work, I gratefully
accept the nomination thus tendered,
shall endeavor, if it shall be rat
by the people," faithfully to per
form t'ie duties it imposes.
Civilization is making some head
among the Indiana. Un mmy
rescrvationsUae courting wives of is
carried on la the some way as
among the whites, the marrage cere
mony is performed Deiore a mission'
or an Indian agent, and the wed
certificate is taken, framed and
w w 1 XV 1 ' S -
preserved careiauy. uuiy one wne
allowed, and no price is demanded
the parents or given by tbe bus
Tdeee is nothing so affecting in 1
child as a certain sweet inborn spirit
self abnegation, bxmmy was a lit
boy. at school in a village tar Irom
home. One day his father came
see bim, and they took a walk to
gether. Meeting the principal of the
school. Sammy performed the cere
mony of introduction. "Mr. S.' said
he, "thisia a father of mine.''
A HORROR OF THE AIR.
Frightful Accident to an Aeronaut
Frightful Accident to an Aeronaut While Making an Ascension Seated
on a Trapeze.
At Memphis on the 21st ult. a vast
multitude assembled to witness Prot
Fiaber, the aeionaut, perform his leata
cn tue trapeze altrcLed to the bal
'oon, tlie lallt r laetcLetl to the bt,
locn v.ih four fc iocg half-inch cords,
la iL&nic,i the ttctLhiou the bal-
1. . ..
icon a timmon ytiiow canvass
aua;r ui.eu !in Lot air by means
of an akbholio lit e which ii butned
imicediatcly beneath the lower and
open end of the canvass ; when filled,
1 ior. bishrr leaped cn his slender
trap ze. the fastening; ropes are cast
loose, and the large yellow monster
goes ctr like a rocket in an upward
direclicn, for about 500 feet, when it
yields to tbe current of the wind and
got s with it.
THE FATAL FLIGHT.
upward, ami then moved direct
ly toward Hie Gayoao House. Socer
The balloon after being cast loose
tain were many of the spectators cn
tbe roof that it was coming directly
over the bouse thst hey ran down
stairs. Just before it reached the
house, however, it commenced to de
scend rapidly, and in doing so swerv
ed lo the norih and lelt of the Gayoao
and in a direct lice U r the Jackson
IjIocW, r. Licu it struck a moment later.
ttnkirg the block tbe balloon
proper was above theietel of the
KOF. FISHiUt AND TUX TUal'KZZ
stiuik the wall scino eight feet be
neath the guitcrh'g of ihe roof. The
.-0 us ut's Lead struck the brick wall
lirit. but recovering himselt placed
feci agaicst the wall and pushed
violently e utward with a hope doubt
less of clearing the roof. AU this
time the huge ir flited C9&veb3 waa
tuggiogaway atthe smallropcs, which
alone intervened between 1'iof. Fisher
de ath. The guttering of the roof
being of iron with a sharp, almost
kiiiie-likc cuter ei'ge, it in a tew sec
onds severed tho ropes, which, by
combined wc-L.Lt of the l'roitsaor
the balloon, were strair.cd to their
utmost tuition, ted the man of the
with a iou.l cry fell
DCWS, DOWN, DGWX,
distance cf tl least fifty feet, and
alighted on an iron grating, which
weight cracked 1 s it of g!ts In
falling tbe unfortunate mnu turned
several summer siulls ; but with the
exception of the first thoi t passionate
not a sound escaped him. A
large cellar extends under the block,
through an ope a grating he fell
headlong. Rut lor an iiou railing
upon which he suruck with Li light
which changed his position, be would
ALIGHTED CM Ills 11 SAD,
death wculd have been instan
taneous. The railing, however, broke
force of the fall and crushed the
of his right shouldtr, and arm,
in tWf's ta saved Lis life trm-
BEtnOT ET THE WISDOW
a meteor, tne of the salesman
was in the rear of the store saw
RunEing out and ascertaining
the white fljicgoljectwas aman,
ins; u.-ible tnJ seemingly dead,
clerk cslled for assistance and
carefully removed tha wounded man
stairs and into the store. Sur
acd physicians were summon
in a few moments and everything
possible was done to alleviate the
intense sufferings cf the pcor man.
Hall, stated after an examination,
t'-io right ehoulder arm bone was
..... i r
mat lie was aiso suuermg irom
concussion ot the brain. A gash on
right forehead, another on the right
and still another under the
chin,were ihe wounds visible on
face. In the pit ot the second
A 110CRID GASH,
three inches in length, and ex
tending into the socket. The latter
wouud was caused by one of the small
tearing tront under his arm,
he had it fastened for safety,
it is only surprising that the rope
not wrench the arm irom the
socket. He lay with his white ghastly
upturned, whilo irom his pale,
tightly pressed lips low moans issued
expressive of tho great agony he was
enduring. His right name is George
Clarke, and he is a man tweDty
three years of ago. He is of a most
respectable family now residing in
Columbus, Ohio. He made one or two
ascensions under the superintendence
Prof. Fisher whose name he alter
tlr. Clark, while being removed to
hospital, never recovered his con
sciousness, and last night, about 1 1
o'clock, he breathed his last. From
time the ropt s severed, he never
an intelligible word. Toward
last Lis moaning ceased, and when
spirit winged it flight, tho transit
life to death was hardly noticed,
peaceful was it.
TWO FORMER ACCIDENTS.
While in Texas, he was injured by
dragged through a horse rack,
again in Lousiana he was consid
erably bruised by being thrown against
center polo of the circus. Neither
aocidctit was serious iu its results,
however, and lie continned Lis asoeii-
until yesterday, when he made
READING AND WORTH
not your tongue cut 3 our
Tue first step toward Lai piaeea is
foiget one's st'if.
Lot it le Eeen and felt that yonr
is to be cot seem to be.
Men may judge U3 by the success
our ctL.rU; Gcd looks at the ef
The best charities are those which
daily dispensed in pleasant words
kindly tu all round us.
Blessed are they whose eye is to
ae: whose voica is gentle ; whose
heart is sweet; whose life makes
Nothing can tend more to the
health of the body than the tranquil
of the mind and the due regula
of the passions.
If rood pconle would but make
goodness agreeable, and smile, instead
trowning in their virtue, how many
would be won to tha good cause.
A true religious instinct never de
nrived man oi any 6icgle joy ; mourn
faces and a sombre aspect are the
conventional affections of the weak-
where you work; care
more about bow you work. Never
mind who sees, if God approves. It
smiles, bo content We can not
al ws) s sure when we are most use
The chief secret of comfort lies in
not suffering trifles to vex one, and
prudently cultivating an under
growth of small pleasures, since
very few great ones are let on long
[From the LaRue Citizen.]
THE GREAT TORNADO IN LOGAN
Fifty Persons Injured and Several
Quincy and "DeGraff are in the
South west part of Logan county, the
former fifteen and Ice latter tea miles
from Bellefontaine. The C. C. C. fc I.
Railroad runs through both, as does
also the Great Miami River. Quincy
has a population of 320, Dt Gran, 624.
Un r riday evening last, a destroy
ing whirlwind passed through them
as terrible in its effects, as it wss sud
den in its coming. It marked its
path with destruction and with death
rieasant homes were swept away,
buildings considered substantial and
firmly grounded were unroofed;
others leveled to the earth.
As nearly as can be ascertained
the whirlwind touched the earth at
half past 5 o'clock, about five miles
south-west of Quincy. It swept every
thing from the very first. The larg
est torest trees were twisted np by
me roots. 1 ne lorce 01 wind even
penetrated the earth, literally uproot
the earth, literally uprooting weeds
It reached Qumcy In a very Iw
minutea.and taking the village length
wise, made a clean broad path through
120 feet wide.
Fifty or sixty dwellings and stores,
churches, and as many shops
stables were unrooieii, and thrown
front their foundations. The air was
thick with boards, rails, broken tim
bers ; and even as far away as Belle
fontaine they could see clouds of
leave, and limbsof trees flying through
air. Stones were burled hither
thither, as if they had no weight,
large parlor stove was found in the
age that belonged to a farm house.
A lady waa crushed under it. and
the next day.
Quincy are as follows : Mrs. Glick,
has since died ; Joel Chambers.
Johnson, and a child of Mrs
Clark's fatally; John Chambers
two children, John R. Webb,
m, Uroning, 1 heodore Webb, Mrs.
James Brown, Mrs. James Mc-
Kinney, Widow McKien, and Mia.
Rerrey, seriously. Mrs. Daniel Clark
one child, Wm, Rogers and wife,
Aancy bhoe, Mrs. Mary Sh&ry
children, Miss A. Throckmor
some children cf Lukens' and
Truby whose names we did not
Mis.- Jacob Churl, Mr9. Allen
anil two children, and John
slightly. Mr. Parka had a
of horses and a wagon over
turned cn htm. Mrs. Dcwan. A. C.
B. A. Leedum, Miller Sharp,
tu. asarp, airs. Uirard, and a great
others were severely hurt, but
The Baptist and M. E. Churches
utterly destroyed, scarcely leav
ing any part of the floors. The tor
nado seems to have followed the
of the river, and then to have
np the mill race, some fifty or
yards to the Bogg'a Flooring
wkich contained some 8,000
bushels of grain. The whole struc
ture was lifted from its foundations,
the fifth story and roof was car
struck about tbe centre, and with
the same result as Quincy. The
in lettraff war two daughters
Jonathan BalL The wounded are
Race and wife, Libbie Jacobs,
Mrs. Ciieny, dangerously ; Millie
Warner, fatally, and Mrs. Wm. GUI,
Nancy Price, Harry Cretcher
daughter, Henry Henderson and
Rohrer, severely hurt. The
. Church and many of the finest
dwellings are total wrecks. Samuel
rantz's Brick store, with its con
tents is entirely destroyed. The mere
money are being subscribed for
aid of the sufferers. The town
of of Bellefontaine has given
liberally, and it is currently reported
the commissioners of Logan
will appropriate a considera
sum for tbe reliex ol tnose unfor
people. They certainly have .
had more need of universal
and sympathy than now.
HOW TO LIVE CHEAPLY.
We have been handed the follow
selection by a Iriend, with a le
for its publication. The sub
is one that interests a very large
of any community, ana we re
gard the subjoined article as a very
consideration of it Here is the
Oae of the subjects talked and
about a good deal at the
present time, is how to live cheaply.
fall, the great staples of lite
Inch, lieuis are enormous.
Fashions are exacting. Wants mulu-
while resources diminish. How
make strap and buckle meet is the
Droblem which presses on hundreds
housekeepers of the middle class.
difficulty in the problem is to
reconcile the irreconcilable, ine
class generally want all the
things, all the style and display
wealthy neighbors. The problem
simplify iteeii at once, wouia
middle class lamily cease trying
anrear what it is not, and ba con
to appear and be thought just
it is. it is wnana uons to aeep
appearances that destroys the
equilibrium between outgo and in
come, and makes life a drudgery and
vexation. How to live cheaply is a
question easy enough to answer, if
will be content witn cneap living.
Substitute comfort for Bhow. Put
convenience in the place of fashion
simplicity. Refuse to be be
into a style of living above
is required by your position in
society, and is instilled by your re
sources. Let a iashion of simplicity,
neatness, prudence and expensive-
which others will be glad to fol
and thank yen for introducing,
yourself to do without a thous
and cne pretty ana snowy things
wealthy people purchase, and
yourselt on being just as happy
without them, as yonr ricn neighbors
with them. Put so much dignity,
sincerity, kindness, virtue and love
your simple acd inexpensive
that its members will never
the costly fripperies and showy
adornment ot fashion, and be happier
their neat and comfortable apart
ments than meat of their wealthy
neighbors are in their splendid estab
lishments. It does not ionow tnai
order to live cheaply one must
meanly. The great stap es ot
are not costly. Taste, refine
ment, good cheer, wit and even ele
gance are not expensive. There Is no
trouble abont young people marrying
no outfit but health, and lore,
an honest purpose F'd
will practice the thrift and pra-
r s srsssu
ti.l -ho begin at the toot acquire
steadiness, courage and strength of
and will as they rise. :
[From the Independent.]
Further Republican Comments Upon
the Great Senator's Complication of
Slander Against the People's President.
The peorle have already beard,
and thst over and over again, about
all that Senator Sumner said last Fri
day, though not in his scholastic and
eonorons way, Republicans were fully,
aware that he was intensely and bit
terly opposed to Gen. Grant; and
yet, while they have regretted this
fact, they have 'seen no occasion to
change their views of the President
or their purpose to elect bim for a
second term. The great Republican
Party of the country, containing at
least a few men of respectable judge
ment, do not agree with Mr. Sumner
in his opposition to the President.
The objections nrged with all the
Senator's strongest coloring they re- -gard
as trivial and superficial in
comparison with the solid excellences
the President's Administration.
which did not occur to the Senator,
and of whitx he makes no mention. ,
His speech, without any correction of
its erroneot s statements or of Its bad .
logic, or any defense of the President,
supplies its own answer. It is so "
manifestly one-sided, and withal so -
intensely loaded with the elements
personal invective, that it will tali .
upon the public without much effect '
picture is so palpably overdrawn,
that, too, for a hostile Durrose. '
that, however perfect it may seem to
artist, as a philippio it must pass
a poor specimen. The public mind "
naturally looks with suspicion npon
efforts ; and in thia case it can -find
abundant reasons fcr so doing.
doubt whether "the great speech''
change even a single vote in reA
to either the nomination ' or '
election of Gen. Grant.
SUMNER THE ONLY MAN TALKED DOWN.
Christian Intelligencer. (New-York.)
The greatest sensation oi the last
was the herculean effort of Sen-. -.
Sumner to talk down President
Grant. Mr. Sumner apparently for
gets that no man can be talked down -
written down in this country,- na, ,
he is foolish enough to become
own executioner by talkinar or
riling indiscreetly. Senator Sum-'
was early soured, and he has lost
opportunity of venting his person
al spleen, very much to the damage
Lis own reputation. In his latest
and angry attack, be has dashed
himself as asrainst a rock. Gen. Grant's
habitual and dignified silence is too
for his enemies, whether singly
combined ; if he would only talk
Andrew Johneon did they would
short work ot bim.- Mr. Sum- .
s arrogance was never more con
spicuous than in his last effort to
tiefame one who has rendered infin- -
superior services to bis country. "
Grant will live in history, and
achievements will be admired
after Charles Sumner's very ex
istence shall have been forgotten.
RINGING WORDS FROM SENATOR
The delegation appointed to notify
nomination of the Philadelphia
Convention of their nomination, re-
the following impromptu re
irom senator V tlson :
will, in a day or two, give yon
answer in writing to this commu
nication. I take this occasion, how- -
to thank yon and the members
tha convention yon represent, for "
maniiestauon or confidence. As
neither asked nor wrote to any
member of the convention to eiva ma
vote, I am all the more grateful for
generous support; 1 am grati
fied, too, for the friendly tone of the
Republican press of the country. For
years in public life and in
life, I have striven to main
tain the distinguishing idea ot 'the .
Republican party the freedom and
equality of all men. I have striyen
to be true to my country and
the rights of onr common human
ity; to know no sectional interest,
race, nor color. . In the future as
the past I shall unfalteringly ad
to those principles which are
convictions of my judgment, heart
conscience. I am clearly of the
that the great soldier who
rendered such illustrious services "to
country in the great civil war,
be re-elected President ot the
Siates. His humanity to the
vanquished, his firmness to vindicate
rights ot the humble and defense
lees, and his devotion to the leading
of the Republican party, cannot
questioned. I esteem it a high
to be associated with him In
coming contest. While I am
to the friends who gave me "
generous support, I honor those
adhered with such devotion to
We have been personal and
political friends for nearly twenty
and it Is a source ot profound
satisfaction to me, that our personal
relations nave not been disturbed by
recent contest. While I shall
cease to feel grateful to the
who honored me by their sup
port, I shall even entertain a sincere
for those who deemed it to
thctr duty to give their support to '
I hope we shall strive to win
our support every honest and pat
man in the country; every man
to the rights 01 humanity; every
who would elevate the condition
the toiling millions, and have our
republic become a great Christian
an example to the world.
it be understood, that our ranks
wide open to receive all deyoted to '
country, and who would advance
happiness and general well being
all sections of the land, and all
conditions ot people. We Republi-
snail cner ins nand"or- recoa-
ciliation to all fair-minded and hon
orable men, and use all legitimate
to achieve success, for the bon- '
and salvation -of the country, as
as for that of the party which
the Union and established
freedom in every part of the land."
Oxcs when John Kemble played
Hamlet in the country, the gentle
man who enacted Guildenstern was,
imagined himself to be, a capital
musician. Hamlet asks him, WU1
play upon this pipe ?" "My Lord,
cannot." "I prayyoa., "Believe
I cannot" "I do beseech, you.
"Well, if your Lordship insists on it,
shall do as well aslcan; andto
confusion of Hamlet, and the
amusment of the audience, he
played "God Save the King.'.
A somewhat laughable - ring has
formed in California, where this
year's grain crop la Ty large.
Knowing this fact, some wdy gentle
have by purchase, bagged the
stock of grain sacks, so that
farmers are at their wita end to
how to bestow their grain.
Westeeh ' paper conveys tha
agreeable information that Buzzing
toads, chief of the Sacs, is no
Ma Dough t a gallon of alco
hol of a trader, and contracted to
it home without a jug.
The chains of habit are generally '
small to be felt, till they are too
strong to be broken. " '