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THE VINTON RECORD.
'JOHN T. ItAPEIt,
Editor and Proprietor.
OrnOE'!T,. Corner of Main and
Logan Sts,, Ooposite Oonrt HouBe.
B2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
DaU Smart. Samuel W. Kilverl, Jr.
Established 1862.1
SMART &, KILYERT,
SUCCESSORS TO DtVID SMART'
Wholesale Grocers
LSD COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Transfer of IMG IKON and
other Property from and to
Railroad and Canal.
Also Agents for the Columbus and
Portsmouth Packets,
Water Street.between faint and Walnut
CHILUCOTHE, OHIO.
mar Ultt'iUly
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCEIt,
( liquor and Commission Merchants -
' " NO. 20 WATER STRKKT, ,
'CHILLICOTIIE. - OHIO:
Ale in Barrels, Half Unrrels and Bottles.
' nov2lv
XJIGAB IACT0EY N0.1, 12th DIST.
CIGARS! CIGARS!
! SHAEirEE & jXEAMER
Paint St., Pour Doors South of Water,
0HILLI00THE, OHIO,
nave now on hand a rg atock of dry Ci
gars. Several choice brands La Hose,
Wear Havnaa, I. X. I--, No. A. Mug Brawl, M
appa,o., and the finest brands of chewinfl
nnd smoking tobacco known trougliout Ihn
United Status. Wholesale Pri -1 reduced on
all liluds of Tobacco and Cigars mehlflyl.
JOHN M. GQEJHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble.
' ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Secocd &Watei
Chlllicothe. OI1J0. . .
The Moat Desirable Res-
W- ihTU? denoe in MoArthnr.
POB SALE.
I OFFER for tnl my residence on North
street. It consists uf h splendid dwelling
house, well finished, inside and out. with
eight roonennd a good cellur. A gonu office
building, stable, wood and coal hnusenndntli
or ncee.sary on i-liiiildintis. 'I he premises
contain 2 acrea. including I acre of tinetarri,
all thritlv Hearing vine.; there are also thirty
bearing aplo trees best varijly of irrafleil
fruit, twenty-five tearing peach trees-best
bud led fruit, cherries, quinces, plums, and a
Til n 1 j .i rinmi ' .,. - -rw f
Inquire at the olhce of tliia paper, or at the
premises. Terma easy.
decSOtiin 8. 8. riOLLISON.
Wheeler & Wilson
Wan awarded the highest premium nt the
WORLD'S PAIR, LONDON IN 1862
And at the
EXTOSXTIOS VSIVEIISEUE, PAMSIXim,
ft! sfaudurd machines competing. In May of
tin's yoar we inlruduced to Una county the
New Improved Wheeler & Wilson
whVeh not only surpasses all other maehinea,
btrti! asfariiliond or the old Wheeler A Wil
son an the old was ahead of other machines.
It la the beit for Hi n) ly sewing, niakea the
look stitch and ranks highest on nicotinic!
the elasticity pwmiinence. beauty mid genernl
desirableness l it' swelling, and Hie wide
range of ila application. Sean faster, requires
lea. powur and I mure durable
Than any other Machine in the World
tuy no oilier until you fry
lh in new Improved
Uliceler & HIHon.
The Sewing Machine World
is challenged-
Old maehinea read usted and put in perfeel
order nt a uiHiiitf coat by calling on either ol
the agents.
Kor side by
RiCHAPhCRUO, t .,. McArthur O
aug 17 1871
DENTISTRY
HAVING been ensured in the study and
pr ii lice of Lienli.tr for fifteen J ears and
a local practitioner in Jackson lor six years,
and having availed myself ol all the
Modern Improvements in Denthl
Science
1 would respeetlully any toihe citizens of Ms
Arthur and vicinity thai I am fully prepared
to manipulate nil the various branches olthe
science. Prices as low a- the lowest. Work
aa Rood aa the lie.t. Persona coming from a
distance wishing to remain until their work la
done will he entertained nt my private resi
dence free.
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
Used in extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively painless. A ftmale at
tendant i Iwaya on hand to watt upon ladies.
Oieeme acall. 8. T.BOGGEB:), Deatist,
lSjunly Jackaon.0 .
Jackson Marble Works,
B. F. SMITH & CO.
Main Street, Jackson C. II., O.
Tne citiseos of Jackson nnd adjoininn conn
ties are respectfully reminded thai we are ex
ecuting MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Obelisks,
Mantles.
Bureau Tops,
Table Tops.
PAKLOU UEAKTllSToNES,
Picture Frames, Statues,
Ad all kinds of ornamenUI work, from the
n ii.li I a!
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLES.
INTLJEMGIIESI S1TLE 0FAR1
At lower price, than can be purchased in
Southern Ohio.
W Challenge vompemxon, and request
an Examination of our Work and
Frics. myl8
v 111 :-9j0it gfJL
VOL. 24--NO. 1.
MCARTHUR, OHIO, MARCH
20, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,107
O. T. CUNNING,
LAWYER,
M'ARTHUB, O.
ONFICB AT DErO STORK, MAIN STREET.
X3aug 1871
EDWIN N. BAUNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Ollice McArthur, Oliio,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
tohiacare. uovll
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT jLAW,
(PROSKCUTirO ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will Vifnpllpe M vmioti aDrtadjolninaeonai
ties. Biisi, es enirii,ted'to his care piompt
ly attended to. Otlice in Court House.
jnnWI872ly
1IOMEU C. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' MAIN 8TREB.T.
McARTUUR, OUIO. '
Orrici: One door west' of Dan Will & Broa.
Uoie.
janr30jt
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
IIAMDEX, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stables Attached.
MF.AI.8 KKADY POR ALL TBAIX8.
The House has iust . been refurnished
throiiKhout. Koome elenn and comfortable,
the table supplied with the 11 ihe market
atloida, and no pains spared to accomodate
Rucsls. mar4 WHO ly
-PEYTON COX,
AUCTION EEE,
TV ILL attend to nil business entrusted to
Y I hi. care.
P. 0. ADDKESS:
REED'S .11 ILLS,
fintont'ounly, O.
nontlfl7lm
HEiNHY MAULE,
Merchant Tailor,
ilaa just received his
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of the latest styles of ,
Cloths, Cassimcses and Vestings,
Which t wHl aeU VT Loir for Vtuk.
C CUSTOM work done in the most fnrhiona
j hie and durnble manner.
Thankful for tlu liberal patronage extended
to me heretofore, I solicit a continuunce of
the same. Remember i he place
Second Street, Second Door from Lnn.
slug's Corner.
dei-9
II. niAVI-E.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ot Hamden.l
A NNOUNCF.S to hi friends in Vinton and
iVadjoininvcounliea that he has linuuht the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Cbas. Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, on
FEONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
Hehaa refitted it throughout, and ia prepared
in entertain the tiaveling public at reasnnsble
rates. lantt
S. V. LORD
McARTHUR, O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Ycllw Poplar Shingles.
ALARfiE stock on hand, well aensrned.and
offered nt low prices.
FA CTOR Y fear of John Lorln
Residence, McArthur, O
You are invltod '.o call and examine quality
and prices. mar'4
McAHTHUH
North-east corner of Main nnd Jackson streett
McARTHUR. OHIO
GEO. W. BEUXTON, Proprletoi
Manufacture!
Carriages,
Buggies. Expresses, eti
LSO, WAOONS tUD Alt XIKllS Of W1Q0M WOIX
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ot a;i kinds executed in the neatest and most
artistiu stvle.
KEI'AIKING ol all kinds In .my line will be
promptly ami neau. done.
m Work done at this esiablishmcnt is war.
lanu-d to be substantial, put up solid and exe
,i'.rlin tke most workii.snlilce manner, not
to oe excelled in any respect b' any other es-
tablishmentin tne coinirr.
GREAT OFFERS TO AGENTS.
are made by Tnx SATHBDAy EvtriiNO Post and
Thi Lvov's Fbimd. A beautiful cliroino of
the
CHILD PROPHET 8AMCEJL."
worth f-i 00. Is given with the paper (sub
scription price 1 on) or with the Masaiine
(price Si 60.) I)o not fail te examine into this
oner, it ia
A CHEAT COMBINATION 1 1&
Address for circulars .sin pies, Ac, Dtaami
Pefanoa.319 K'alasl KWef, fkiUultlfk.il.
Errors of Youth.
Holes and Prescilptions that will cure any
case of Seminal Weakness, Emission", Ac,
and restore lost manhood lo perfect health,
bast rait to all, by one wno has sutlered and
is now cured. Address, with stamp, Enaaa
Tata a in a, btalion 1. New York. !anly
FAKltl FOR WALE.
.'I,HE ""nlnga Fm,
,-"& I., u B avv Jl one mile noriti. Wesl
ae l;IlVof Hamden, adoinin
A L " A farm of Hon. T. M. Bay,
ooniHinina 180 sores. 130 acrea id crass sud
balance in limber. A pew two-story frame
hou-e, ham, smoke- house and other neceeaa
rt out-houses are among ihe improvements,
T he lann lies well, ia well watered, feoeing
and eTerylhing eonnectea wn n it in good re-
I parr, for limner iniormnno,, inqnire oi
'ixeep . R. .WILCOX Hamdeo.Ohio.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRAKK IIELLMAS,
At his ne place of business.
CORY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UNION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTIIE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
0 F
Spring and Summer Clothing
ITVER Draught lo this market, embracing
liall Ihe latest and most fashionable styles,
em in accordance with the latest fashions.
When you want a nobby suit dou t aul.to call
on Frank. He alsa CUTS and
Makes Garments to Ordei;
y nihafuituH;;.:
Cehts' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS,
All elothiair marked down to the LOW
EST I'MJI Kl.S. Give me oil and 1 will
warrant sitislaction
Wanr
FRANK ifELLMAN.
Important to those
Who need Furniture.
turc.
The extensive Furniture
"Ware Rooms of "Y. E.
BUSERhas just been well
filled with an entire new
stock of elegant styles and
of the newest patterns.
Call and see the Cottage
Bedstead with very fine
bracket rail that he is sell
ing at $5.50. Also the
quarter Marble Bureau
with fine fruit carved han
dles at $20.00. In fact all
other goods are sold lower
than the lowest.
22 r AWT STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
CHILLICOTIIE, O.
BUY YOUR
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. W. WILSON,
II a indc ii, Ohio.
1HK none hut the best material, and em
ploy none hut the best wnikmen.
Special attleiit nn paid to the manufacture of
FINE DRESS BOOTS,
made to nrler of the best French stock,
work warranted.
All
Perfect
I7octly
Fit
Guarnntei d.
J. W, WILSON.
$30,000.00
IN PREMIUMS!
Are offered to Agents for proonring
Clubs for the CINCINNATI
WEEKLY GAZETTE
THE GAZETTE .
Is a thirty six cjlumn paper, and contains
thirty-four colunmsnf rending mutter. His
devoted to
News, Literature, Politics, Agriculture,
Commerce, and all other sb it s
of interest to the People.
A. an sirrieiitiiral naner the Wkkklt Oa-
ir.rracannot be surpassed. Thousands of
farmers and housekeepers contributed to
ihis department during the past year.
The Gazette is the Leading
Republican Newspaper
of the West,
And has the largest circulation of lay Repub
lican paper west ot the mountains.
AGENTS WANTED EVEBTWIIEKE
fiend for Premium l.lst, eto , to CIN. OA'
ZETTECO., Cincinnati, O. 24octllw
JOE WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
THIS OFFICE
Napoleon's Wandering Heir.
For years it has been, uni
versally believed that the di
rect line of the ''Little Corpor
al" became extinct in the per
son of the unfortonale prince,
and, although various rumors
relative to a secret marriage
were prevalent at the time of
his decease, they wera gener
ally regarded as the creations
ol an idle brain. Events which
have subsequently transpired
...
give these reports a eem-
blance of truth, and to tender
them still more plausitfle, it is
a well known fact that (delate
emperor ot the French.spared
neithprprise.., wr- Ivi'uor in
forming a complete collection
of the course of the corrfBpond-ence-and
private paper! of ule
de Ptomme." i
It appears, however, that
these writings were 'not the
only links. which united the
present with the past;!,for, in
the summer of 1871, an jndivid
nal, who bore an extremely
striking likeness to the Bona
parterramily, made his appear
ance at Ischl, and was fined by
the district court and expelled
from the Austrian dopiinions
or having made an objection-
able entry in his "wander-
book" a sort of journeyman's
passport, lie was a tailor by
rnde, and, lor several years
previous to this occurrence.
had been living at Wurzen, in
the kingdom of Saxony, and al
so at Stuttgardt under the
name of Carl Gustave Ludwig,
and in both oi these places he
hud distinguished himself by
his diligence, skill,and modesty.
Lhs intimate acquaintances af
firmed that, in spite ol bis hum
ble occupation, he had always
asserted his claim 16 the name
and title uf Prinj Joseph .Eu
gene Napoleon Bonaparte,and,
according to his own account,
t would seem as if he was an
ssuo tt a secret marriage of
the Duke of Reichstadt with a
lunganan countess. He stated
hat, when quite young, his
mother was induced to appren-
ice him to a tailor in Wurzen
named Ludwig, ns a means of
gelling rid of him, and in order
to facilitate her second mar
ringe in Saxony. As a further
proof of his origin, he declared
hat there was an author then
iving at Leipzic, but formerly
a Hungarian officer, who had
been a witness to the marriage,
and who would, it it ever be
curue necessary for him lo
make known bis rank and title
supply him with the requisite
documents in order to compel
the countess to recognize bis
birth and parentage. After
leaving Stuttgardt, he traveled
through Germany, Switzerland,
and a part ol Austria, maintain
ing his claim to a princely rank,
but never attempting obtain
money or credit by it. On re
turninc: to Sluttgardt, in No
vember ol the same year, he
found that his conviction and
punishment, bad been men
Honed in the newspapers of
that place, and he accordingly
published an explanation in
ihe Burger Zeitung, in which
he affirmed that he was not
punished lor claiming his name
and title, his right to which
the court at Ischl had in no wise
disputed, but merely for writ
ing it of his own accord in his
passport before he had sue
ceeded in establishing his
identity before a court ot law
The reputed prince is still liv
ing, and the Cross, one of the
leading newspapers of Ger
rrrany, in an article written at
the time, states that not only
does he bear a good character
for his steadiness and genera
good conduct, but he also pro
duces a very favorable impres
Sbribner's
for March.
Dh. Bowers, 'Dentist, McAr
thur.O.
A Blind Soldier's Wife.
I have recently met a lovely
Kentucky lady, Mrs. General
aul. She is from Newport.
Gen. Paul had both his eyes
shot oat in battle. He bears
his affliction with the resigna
tion of a Christian martyr; At
the Cooke ball the General was
n full uniform, and would play
fully repeat the exclamations
he heard about the beautiful
flowers. Ilis beautiful wife is
the staff upon whom he leans,
and she so tenderly watches
and guides his steps that she
is eyes and everything to him.
n the carriage he made some
gallant speech to her, and she
said, ttOh, husband, I have
changed so that I don't believe
that, you would know me if
you saw me, it is so long since
you have seen me." Such rare
devotion as theirs gives eyes
to the soul, and the loss of the
outward ones is not recognized.
—Louisville Courier.
Dan Callex is again in his
seat in the Ohio Legislature.
Dan may be said to have "gone
up like a rocket, and come
down like aetick." The trouble
is, he went to Columbus too
soon, and stayed too long. One
term in the Houfe is apt to
spoil a vain young fellow; but
three term9 are sure to ruin
birn. Tommy Corcoran, of
Cincinnati, Dan.a sworn broth
er, (his Pythias, so to speak,) is
about as badly played out. as
Dan himself. These young
gentlemen are mart, alter a
aRlnon, but they made fools of
themselves when forgetting
their catechisms, they began
to tamper with what of good
name they may have had. It
is one thing to be gilted with
good sense, and quite another
to make good use of it, as
many a wrecked creature sad-
—Marietta Register.
Tiiere is some advantage in
iving on the border, and a
number of thirsty souls in Vi
go county, Indiana, and Clark
county, III , propose to make
he roost of their fortunate lo
cation. A building is to be
erected on the State line, with
a bar in either end, and the
Sucker will moisten his clay in
Indiana, while the iloosier per
forms a similar operation in II-
inois. In this way will the
pains and penalties of the liq
or law m the respective Com
monwealths be avoided.
A young man in Portsmouth
named Will 13 Jack, when cra
zy with whisky went into the
liquor establishment of Wil
liam Musser& Son and asked
lor a drink. Mr. Musser gave
him a glass of water. This in
putted the young man, and he
raised a row. Mr. Musser then
put him out ot the house,
when he commenced shooting
at Mr. Musser through the win
dow, and shot lour times.
John Lay, a citizen of Logan
county, became intoxicated
some time last fall, and while
in this condition foil from his
wagon and broke his neck.
His widow brought suit under
ihe provisions of the new tem
perance law against Peter O'
Brien, saloon keeper in Lincoln,
lor selling the liquor wilhwhich
he got drunk. The jury decid
ed in favor ot the plaintiff,
awarding her 1,200 damagej.
Asylfh like girl of nineteen
years rjouncea through the
window of a saloon, near the
dep' t, at ELmira, a.few nights
ago, knocked the saloon keep
er down, led her father out by
the nose, and then kicked him
home.
Tub announcement is made
of the marrhge ot Anna E.
Pomeroy, the divorced wife of
"Brick" Pomeroy, to James Q.
Reed of Fulton, 111, who has
acquired some celebrity as an
artist.
Practice with a Mule Battery.
Out in a certain Western
fort some time ago, the Mnjor
conceived that artillery might
bo effectively used in fighting
with the Indians by dispensing
with gun carriages and fasten
ing them on the backs of mules.
So he explained bis view to
the commandant, and it was
determined to try the experi
ment A howitzer was select
ed, and strapped upon an am
bulance mule, with the muzzle
pointed toward the tail. When
they had secured the gun, and
loaded it with ball-cartridge,
they led the palm and stead
fast mule oa the bluff, and set
up a target in the middle of
the river to practice at. The
rear of the mule wai turned to
ward the target, and he was
backed gently toward the edge
of the bluff. The officers stood
around in a semi-circle, while
the Major went up and insert
ed a. time fuse in the touch
hole of the howitzer. When
the fuae was ready, the Major
lit and retired. In a few sec
onds the hitherto unruffled
mule heard the fizzing back
there on his back, which made
him uneasy. lie reached his
head around to ascertain what
was going on, and as he did so
his body turned, and the how
itzer began to sweep around
the horizon.
The mule at last became ex
cited, and his curiosity became
more intense; in a. second or
two he was standing with his
four leg's in. a bunch, making
six revolutions per minute, nnd
the howitzer threatening sud
den death to every man willnn
half a mile. The commandant
was observed to climb suddenly
up a tree; the lieutenants were
seen sliding over the bluff into
the river, as if they didn't care
at all lor the high price of uni
forms; the adjutant made good
time towards the fort; the ser
geant began to throw up
breastworks with his bayonet;
the major rollel over the
ground and groaned. In two
or three minutes there was a
puff of smoke and a thud, and
the mule ob, where was he! A
solitary brute might have been
seen turning successful back
somersaults over the bluff, only
to rest at anchor Anally with
his howitzer at the bottom of
the river; while the ball went
towards the fort, hit the chim
ney of the Major's quarters,
rattling the adobe bricks down
into the parlor, and fright ening
the Major's wife into convul
sions.
Skin Grafting.
Anna Cooper, a married wo
man, was severely burned on
the breast and neck, a year
ago, and has since been under
treatment in Bellevue Hospi
tal. A new skin would not
form over the burned spots,
and the surgeons decided that
her case demanded a desperate
remedy. On June 10th, a man's
right leg was amputated, and
immediately atter the opera
tion had been performed the
surgeon cut off from the stump
eighty-nine pieces of flesh of
the size ot a U S. three-cent
silver piece and applied them
to the breast and neck of Mrs
Cooper. The process was simi
lar to that of grafting in tree
culture. Ol the pieces of flesh
thus grafted, eighty adhered,
and the woman's health rapid
ly improved. She left the hos
pital, recently, perfectly cured
A tolerably difficult conun
drum is proposed by the Bos
ton Globe: ,llf the Postoffice
Department can afford to
transport the postal cards, even
furnishing the card itself for
a cent, why can not it trans
port a letter weighing the same
and without the expense of
furnishing any material at all!
In Iowa six acres ot corn
mas a cook stove one year. -
ADVERTISING TEltM.
One iquaro, $1 1)0
Each additional Insertion ... CO
Cards, per rem lO CM
Local not ires, per line, ih
Yearly advertisements $100 00
column, and at proportionate rate pet
less apace. Parable in advance.
" tST The Record being the official
paper of the town, and bavin: tfc
largest circulation of any pnprr in tlu
county, offers Buperioi'lnJucemecta
to advprtlapra.
"MM,SSMSSS1MSSBBSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfS
Secretaez BoTTTwell has
been elected to the Senate
from Massachusetts.
When men are resolved upon
unbelief they can yield them,
selves to any delusion.
The French Assembly has
made intoxication a penal of
fense.
Tuirty-onk citizens of Mas
kingum want to represent the
county in the Constitutional
Convention.
Natuax Cadwallader, of
Seneca county, was made the
happy recipient ot his 25th
child last week. Mr. C. is 83
years old.
Milton L. Clark, ot Chilli'
cothe, is the most prominent
candidate for Constitutional
Convention the Republicans
have in Ross county.
11 on. John T. Wilson has"
been nominated by' the Re
publican convention ot Adam
county, as candidate for dele'
gate to the Constitutional Con
vention.
$100,000 has been appropria
ted by Congress for a Govern'
ment building at Parkersburg,
It will be for the use of reve
nue officers, I). S, Courts and
the PostofDce.
The night freight train front
Cincinnati on the morning ot
the 2d inst., ran over Isaao
Lowery, at Athens, killing him
instantly; his body was cut in
two.
Benjamin Fbanklin publish'
ed the first American Masonic
book, a copy of which is still
preserved in the archieves of
the Grand Lodge of Pennsyb
vania.
Fire in Indianapolis Tuesday
night, destroyed the Wood
burn Wheel Company's works.
Loss $100,000. Chief Fire En
gmeer Daniel Glazier was
killed by being crushed by a
falling wall.
Miss Stoker, of Piqua, Ohio,
joined the Baptist church, and
on Sunday night entered the
church to be blessed, with im
mersion robes on, but fell dead
of heart disease before she
reached her seat.
TriE Illinois House of Rep
resentatives has adopted, by a
vote of 103 to 4, a resolution
severely censuring those Illi
nois Congressmen who voted'
to increase their salaries at the
end of the late term of Con
gress. Boys will bo boys. The
Mayor of Detroit explains that
be pulled down the small-pox
flag from a tenement owned by
him, because the boys would
persist in gathering together
there, and "daring" each other
to scale the fence and approach
the house on which the flaj
was displayed.
A Maine man has succeeded
in making a very fair artificial
oyster out of flour paste, tapio
ca, salt, and water. The in
ventor places these ia second
hand oyster shells, which arf
carefully glued around the
edges, and when a htll-intox.i-cated
customer calls for 'a
dozen raw on the half-shel l,"
be gets them fresh from the
shop.
Gov. LIawley, of Hartford.
Connecticut, was re-nominated.
for Congress on the 5ih tcsf.
by acclamation, and runs a
platform condemning the leg
islators of all parties engagt.d
in the Credit Mobilier corrup
tion and the unwarrantably in.
crease of Congressional salar
ies. .
This platform it notable aa
the first adopted by a "Repub
lican Convention sio.ee the lata
Congress took action upon lit.
objects mentioned.

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