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VOL. 5.
f , J. W.BOWEN,
l VMltUt aud Proprietor")-?
M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, SETEMBEK 6, 1871..
111.50 PERTOUM'
V In AdranoBi J1
NO1. 34.
I)c (Enquirer.
J, V. EOWEN, Editor.
M'Arthur, August 30,1871.
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Uellslons ami Clmritalilo Notices free,
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
On nnd aftnr Juno 23, 187!, Trnlnu will
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Allotlior TniliiH (billy, pxent Smiilny.
CINCINWTI KXl'RKSS KAST iiinko no
top hi'lwccn II luiiloii mid Atlii'iiH.
Portsmouth Branch.
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T)pp. Tfnmtlpn
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forftll imlnU 011 the) l.lttlo m limit Hullroiiil, nnd
t tl 0 linliiiiiiipiilis ,t ( liicliiuiill Kuili'oiuJ J 11 no
tion to r all points West.
W. Wi PRAllOnY,
itimUf of Trannportiittnn,
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On ntnl alter iMO.N l)A Y, Mnv Hth, IH71, Kx
hrcTViilns Will kravk (JOr.UMIIU Onil
oitmri.is k unii AitmvK nt poiiitu niiiiiBii bil
low, ns lilllowsi
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lias aTlironirli Cnr'i ItiiliiwaroforHpi'lnnfleUI,
fciuililnprliiirllelil wll,linutcliiini(eat7:a)iiiii.
Triiin No. !l on tlio tvl timliiiH Vi llockltifc Vol
lev HuMi'mi'l conniict with No, 4 Triiin. 'J'hroimli
'1'li'kote lor mile ut Athens,
FAHhii;n(jI Kit Tll.UNS leturnlnii nrrlvo at
Coluinbim at 12:Wla in. 11:15 a. 111. and t-M . 111.
Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
On All Trains.
lM- a m.on
Piimluy. rtina tliroiigh without, (Intention, hv
both KrU and New York Oimtral Itallwavs,
nri'lvlnirnt Now York on Monday lnuinlng'nt
11:40 A.M,
For nnrtloiilnr inlTfrmntlon In roRnnl to
thrniiKli lle.UotH, Minn, conmwM.lmiM, rtii,, (o all
tiolnuKnsl. Writ, North nnd Month, npply to
Oruddresi K. f.nu) OoluinlniB.Ohlo.
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EUGENE "m.'.A,,U",lU0lm""""ia
J'aiiMingcr Agent. Columbus, 0.
Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
From COLUMBUS (via Athena) to PORTSMOUTH
Urertho Oolumbna & Hooking Valloy and
Marietta & Cinolnnatl Bail Boali.
Going En nt
No. 1.1 No. 3
r.nAvit.
roliimlius,.,
firovi-port,. .
V ineliestcr.
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r. ii
2 Si
Going West
No. 2
No. 4
r. y
.1:00
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8:5'i
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4:41
4:58
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Athens (Mr,
Snllna (t:!W
Melsonvllle (1:50
Maydi!iivlll7:tU
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nuKnr drove" :5S
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Wini'hesler -rM
(irnvepont ..(1:17
IL'oIuiiiIiik . .0:4")
Car on tho8:55 A. M. Train runs (liroiiirh to
rortstiiiiHlli without change, nviiviiifr nt SleAr
Ihur at nt. 2:52 p. M.i ninl Cur forthb :00 P.M.
Tinin 1'ioni Portmnoulli Tor Coliiinbiiii arrives
nt iMeAriliurnJ 12:1X1 P. M.
ClosKconneetliuiK iiinili' nt I,nnenitor furdr
cU'vlllo. Znnesvilln, unil all points on tin) t'ln
einniitl .tiMusliiiiBiini Vullev Knihvay.
Diivet enniieotinii made nt OnliiinbuK for Dnv
ton, HpriiiKllehl, Iiiilianiiiolls, C'hicniro. anil till
liomtH West; nlsn. foiTlovi'lninl, Ilullulo, 1'ilts
iiuir. l'liiladidphlo, New York, and nil points
host.
CoiiiiectlonHniiKlo nt Tiriiii hv Imtb Trnlnn
Willi nil Trains tor straitsvillo and nil poinu
on theiHrattsvillo I'.iaiirli.
j. v. miiiF.nTY,
Mipcriiiiviiuent.
K. A,
l:i:m.i., Cicn'l Tiokot Au't;
KANSAS 8c MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY O
O LUN TIIEOUGII FROM O
Ciiicinnati Witliont Glance of Cars!
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
OITLYBOAD
Owned nnd oporntod by onoCompiitiy from fin
ehiniitl to St. l.onin, tlioi ;loro pnsseiiirera lire
m i; I'. 01 lining carried through withoiihcliniiK
of cars
thus Avornjxn
nr made up id several ahort ronds) of inissiiiK
eonneetions, nnd niilieetinK their piHseiitfers to
IllO llOSsillililV llielili.iit tn filling M..,.l,.a i...l.lnl.
iiiaiixreeiiijiue.liailges.
Families and Others Seeking Homes
in the rich valleys nnd on the fertile prnlrlosof
..i-h-iii ,iniiiin, i iiiiis, ncnrusKii, Uolornilo,
or the more distant stale ol'Cnllloi nia, will eon
sull ihidrown Intenvt Itv -itlliiifr on ornddress
iuu Hie iinilei-siicned, Coiilr.iut.lnV Audit, ns a
ioiik lesnn uee in inn wesiern eounii v Hue la
niiliaiized It i in with vhu host loeal'itles.
This Route In 37 miles Shorter than
via AnUianapoUa.
THIEOLftll TICKETS
Ciin bo pnreliitKod nt all the Principal Ticket
Ollleesof o,iimcetins Linos, ami in Oinciiiiiiiti
in mi' ueuciiii unices ortlio Conipauy,
111) Vine Sliect,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Mnin Stroot, COriK-p Lnvee, nnd nt De
pot l-oot ol Mill Street,
EDWAUD GALLUP,
t'oiitniellii(f I'asoii),'er ArciiI,
111) 'iiieStLliieliinutl, Ohio
FOll LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
The completion of the Louisville- Division of
huh loiiii aim mo Npieiiiini equipment lur pasH
elisor iravul niukes this tile
BEST ROUTE TO L0UIS7ILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South nnd Southeast.
9 TIUiUOaiL TRAINS
U Datlu.
With Direct Connections from the East for
Louisville "Without Change of Cars!
This Is tlio only rniiil whoso trnlim leave Cin
cinnati and nnsseiiKcrs aro delivered ut depot,
hotels or residences In Louisville FltKK,
Ask for Tickets via Ohio d- Miss.,
and take no others.
THKOlJCjiTTICKKTS
Inn be inirelinicdnt all tlio
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES. AND IN
CIUrCIWlTATI,
Attho General Oflleesof the Coinpnnv
lit) VINE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main St., par. I.cvce,
nnd nt the Depot, loot of Mill Street.
Edward Gallup,
Contraellng PasHonpor Agent,
1111 Vino 81., Cincinnati, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
Thfl Oreat Tlirniitrli Mall nnd Express Passim-
fer I.luo to Ht. I.onls, KimsiiH City, Ht. Joseph,
lenver. Knn Kranoiseo, mid nil points in Missou
ri. Kansas and Colorado,
The shortest nnd only direct ran to to Indian
apolis, Lafayetto, TerroIIniite, Cambridge Cltv,
Mprlnxllelil, I'eorln, DurllnKton, Oblongo, Mil
waukou, BU Paul, and ull points In the.Nortb-
4"Nt.
Tlio inaiannpniiH, cinoiniinti ami Lnfaycttu
Riillroml, wllli Its connections, now oilers pans
engcrs more fncllltles In Tlirouuh Coneli and
HiucpliiK Car Service than than any other lino
from Cincinnati, linvinir the iiilvnntnirA of
Through Onily Ours from tilnc.lnniitl toHt. l.onls,
nnnsns luy, ni, .insupu, j-enria, iiuriinglon,
Uhliuign, Ouuilis, nnd all Intnrinedlnte points,
presenting to Colonist, nnd FumlllcMeiich coin
(oris and accommodations, us are afforded by
no other route,
Through TlckoU nnd Dnggngo Check) to all
points,
Trnl ns lonve Clnelnnntl t IHtni u.i 9. in r. u .
8:00 r. M and lt':00 p.m.
ncKets ciin tin obtained nt No. 1 Unmet
Iliniso. corner Third and Vlna;liiblln1.iitidliis.
corner Main mid Itivcri nlo, nt Depot, corner
Pliiiii and Pearl Ht.rnots, Olnclnnnll O.
lie sure to purcbuiw tickets via Indlnnupolls,
Cluolnniill and Lalayutte Jtullmad,
.. , V.- J" N0"'..
I"" 7 TIcWfl Ag't, Indianapolis
O, K, MonllR, Hiiji't, Clin Ininitl. '
For All Who Eead,
Wm nun wiMtnia liUnllrt a
" ii miu m in mi, I tll IIII II nil All
DKN'H HKADY HOOK lilNIifcnns tlmbostwe
have ever seen for the miriMises liitnniln.i Tt.
grout eonvciilenee, perfect adaptation In so
ni iny wimtsend lis very low price will rertnln-
ii ioi'ih ii iiiuToniinon.il not univer.nl uu
v advertisement, 12-ly
(Sl)c uquim
J. VT. BOWF.N, Kdltor.
OFFICE-tn Keeond Story of Mown's
nnlhlin. North Kido of Main Street, Knat or
Court House.
McArthur, - September 30, 1871.
radical Fizzle at Athens.
The Radicals undertook to
liave the "greatest Noyes" in
Athens last Friday week ever
heard in Athens county, but
the Noyes was a complete
fizzle. The. meeting was not
even a third as large as the
Democratic meeting on the 7th
ult., which was addressed by
Gen. G. VV. McCook.
The Jackson County Fair.
J. A. Sell, Esq., Secretary
of the Jackson County Agii
cultnral Society, will accept
our thanks for a complimen
tary ticket to the 17th Annual
Fair to be held nt Jackson,
Sept, 27th to 29th. From what
we learn it will be the best
Fair ever held in the county in
every respect. The exhibition
of Stock will exceed all former
years in quautity and quality,
and in Agricultural Products,
Mechanical Implements, and
Domestic Manufactures, the
exhibition will be unusually
largp and attractive. The ele
gant order and arrangement of
the Grouuds must prove a
source of comfort and conve
nience to exhibitors and visit
ors. Nothing which can be
accomplished will he left un
done to render satisfaction to
all who attend. It is a source
of pride to say this much of
the coming Fair of our ncich
boring county, as we are too
poor to have one at home, and
we hope it will more than ful
fill the. expeditions of the
most sanguine. Let all our
citizens attend the Fair.
Down with the outrageous
taxation !
Put it down at the ballot
box on the 10th of next Octo
ber !
You can put it down only
by voting against every Radi
cal on the enormous taxation
ticket !
Now is the time to work for
low taxes ! Tuesday, October
10th, is the time to vote against
the men who oppose low taxes!
The KadicM speeches now
being made throughout the
State are the same old story of
"how we marched and how we
fought the Democratic traitors,"
except the speakers Noyes,
Garfield, nnd others omit the
"hell, hemp, or Canada," for
Democratic traitors, because
they will have to have the
votes of Democrats or be
beaten this fall.
Harpers Weekly says there
are Republicans in Ohio who
insist that i the party should
allow the election in October to
go by default in order to de
feat the renomination of Grant
in 1872. Don't this look a
little like putting their houses
in order for a defeat ?
A guard at the .Ohio Peni
tentiary, named Samuel Boyle,
suffered himself to get into a
dispute on Friday evening week
ago, with John btewart, a con
vict. Stewart struck Bovle
with a hammer, fracturing his
skull, and there are but little
hopes of his recovery. Stew-
art ia a desperate fellow, and is
now serving his second terra in
the Penitentiary.
McAIJTIIUU ENQUIRE K
FOR THE CAMl'AIQy.
roin months ron 5 cents.
In order tlmt tho principles, policv nnd cnndl-
datoHofthe llcinncratlc, party slinfl be as fully
and llilrly presented as imihh
people of Vinton and wljoiiiing counties, wo
lido to the whole
offer tlio
Me ARTHUR EXQ VIREJt,
during tltpcsmpnlgn, or for4 months from thn
time of subscribing, for the very low prico of
as Oents!
There will he no puenninry profit tons on the
linner at thin low rata, but we shall be frrntilled
If by tills means hundreds of the people of this
and adjoiiiingcoiintles will subscribe nd care
fully read It and receive the evidence nnd reas
oning in behalf of Democratic principles nnd
cunilidutcs, without perversion nnd misrepre
sentation. We bone zeidous and active Demo
ernts will forthwith send lis AS nuiliv nnnips
nt the nliove rule, us they enn obtain In their
vicinities, ji there are persons too poor to inu
tile nmoiint. send tbolr names whether tdev
pay or not, and we will lend lliom the paper.
- emu iiuiu given now in mis wnv to 1110 coni
inon entisc will brinif good returns therefor In
the future.
Address J. IV. HOWEN.
McArthur, O.
Wood's Household Magazine.
Were we out of our chair edito
rial, ns a 'private citizen' cut off our
exchango list nnd all that, one of
tlio first mngnzincs to which w
should becomo a subscriber, would
bo Wood's Household. This is n
publication wholly out of the usual
lino, and beyond tho common order
of Mngazine literature with point
and meaning, when it is gny or
sportive, and eminently instructive
when serious and reflecting. Much
of tins work is devoted to the dis
cussion of just such subjects ns will
greatly benefit, while it deeply in
terests tbo general seeker nftci
knowledge, desirous of really useful
information. Should anything wo
might say induce any ono to sub
scribe for it, wo believe they will
thank us from their hearts as bcuo
factors, so fur, nt lenst.
$0 WORTH FOR ONLY $3.
"0CK 1IOPK ANI "Otll JOY."
We havo recently added to our
list of premiums "Our llopo" nnd
"Our Joy, companion pictures, ex
ecuted in Crnyon stylo, on tinted
ground; printed on heavy plate
pnper, sizo 20x24 inches.
They represent two lovely heads,
a boy nnd girl, and "Our Hope" and
"Our Joy" aro just tho names for
tho dear, bright, hnppy, littlo faces.
They nro just the pictures to glance
nt when one is perplexed, annoyed,
discouraged or tempted. One
couldn't foci vexed long atanything
with Iiltle Joy s face in sight; one
couldn't do wrong with her pure
little face looking down upon him
and it wcro impossible for ono to
remain despondent any length of
time with tho trustful, confidont
face of littlo llopo beforo him.
Tho faces nro not merely childish
nnd pretty, but thcro is in addition,
a strength about them, and it is
seldom ono sees so much goodness,
truth and affection oxpressod in a
picture
Would you have "DurJoy" and
"Our Hope" in your Household ?
Would yon like the dear, chocrful
sunny countenance over boforo you?
Would you placo theso pure, littlo
faces beforo your children that they
may see tho Joy nnd Hopo that
como from boinggood nnd truo?
lloth theso beautiful pictures were
recedtly published by L. Prang &
Lo., and sold nt two doilars each.
Happening ono day to soe them, wo
"fell in love nt first sight," nnd pro
ceeded to Boston, bought tho en
gravings and copyrights, nnd are
now issuing them in such immonso
quantities, ns will enable ns to mnil
both "Our Joy" and "Our Hopo"
free to any part of tho United States
or Canada, ns a premium for two
subscribers to Wood's Household
Magazine prico ono dollar a year;
or we will give them as a premium
for a subscription two years in nd
vanco thus furnishing two dollars
worth of magazine, nnd four dollars
worth of pictures for only two dol
lars. Specimen copies of tho maga
zino free for raising clubs. Address
S. S. Wood & Co., Nowburgh, N. Y.
Cresswell nnd Akerman
both want the Radical nomina
tion for Vice President, and are
soliciting Grant to aid thera in
securing it. It is said neither
of them will succeed, as the
Radical managers) mtend nom
inating Fred Douglass, for that
position, as a proper recogni
tion of the colored element in
the party.
The ticket nominated by the
Lawrence county Radical lead
ers two weeks ago is an unsat
isfactory one to tho masses of
the Republicans. The' Ger
mans refuse to support it.
Wood's Household Magazine. A Live Home Journal---
Wood's Household Magazine. A Live Home Journal---Notable Change.
Last Octobor, Hearth and Home
pnsRcd into tho hands of Messrs.
Orangk J cdd & Co., of 215 Broad
way, New York, tho well known
publishers of the American Agricul
turist a journal long without a ri
val in sterling value nnd circulation.
Tho marked improvements then
expectod to nppcnr in Hearth and
Home havo been fully realized, and
it is now ono of tho choicest illus
trated journals anywhere issued for
the family circle adapted to both
tho jtivenilo and adult people, and
meeting tho special wants of tho
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Immense Democratic Meeting
Immense Democratic Meeting---Speech of General
Morgan.
ZANESVILLE, O., Aug. 25, 1871.
General Morgan addressed
to-day the largest political con
course ever convened in this
section. A procession over a
mile in length, with the speak
er, proceeded to the grove, and
Andrew Lyons introduced the
distinguished orator, who tor
an hour and three-quarters
held the vast assemblage en
tranced while he proceeded, in
his able and peculiarly lmpar
tinl manner, to discuss the liv
ing issues of t he day.
We never heard a more con
cise and exhaustive resume of
National affairs, and the man
ner in which he laid bare the
corruptions of public officials
and the machinations of the
bondholders' league must havo
made a telling impression on
his hearers, one-uttli ot whom
were thinking Republicans.
The prospects ot the Democra
cy were never better here than
at present.
Basket Meeting.
By the help of tho Lord wo will
hold a basket meeting nt Pleasant
Chapel, Vinton county, Ohio, com
mencing Saturday, September 17,
1871, at 2 o'clock p. m. Brothers J.
Nichols, Culp, Gold, Pilchcr, Ben
jamin, Jtodfern nro all invited.
Brothron como and help us, for wo
anticipate a good, ;timo, for tho
"Lord has spoken woll concerning
Israel." Brethren, como.
W. P. MAXSON, Pastor.
McArthur Charge, July 25, 1871.
There is a law of this State
making it a penal offiense for
any person to take unlawfully
any kind of timber, fruit or veg
etables standing or growing on
the premises of another. The
juvenile idea that fruit is per
missible plunder, is therefore
erroneous, and Young Ameri
ca should take notice of this
and govern himself accordingly-
Radical Telegraph Agents
lue telegraphic ngents can
not find the space to send over
the lines such Democrat ic spee
ches ns Mr. Pendleton's", Gen
eral Ewing's or General Cary's,
out they have abundant room
for the trashy discourse of Col
umbus Delano, at Sandusky.
"Use printed letter hoads: Como
to this office for them, and for all
kinds of job printing.
Congressman Campbell
Challenges Senator Sherman
to a Joint Political
to a Joint Political Discussion---The Senator
the Controversy.
DAYTON, O., Aug. 25, 1871.
Hon. Lewis D.- Campbell,
who represents the Third Con
gressional District, having chal
lenged Hon, John. Shcrmaw to
a joint discussion of the polit
ical issues of the day,, the Sen
ator declines, as will be seen
by the following correspond
ence :
HAMILTON, Aug. 18, 1871.
To tho Hon. John Sherman, Mansfield,
Ohio:
Deak Sric r Two years ago
I reluctantly consented to be
a candidate for State Senator,
having been persuaded by con
fiding neighbors that my expe
rience in legislation would ena
ble me to do the State some
service in that position. Yon
were not then a candidate, and
your re-election to the United
States Senate did not depend
on the Legislature then to be
elected, yet you came into my
district and made speeches in
both counties assailing my po
sitions, as you had an unques
tionable right lodo;but you
misrepresented, unintentionally
I would hope, my opinions nnd
my political antecedents, which
was not yowr right, especially
in ray absence, and to audiences
where I could not reply. Jf or
this unprovoked injustice I had
then no remedy. You are now
understood to be a candidate
again, nnd have many appoint
ment to address the people of
the State. In consideration of
the facts named in the forego
ing prefatory statement, I am
constrained to suggest most
respectfully that it would give
me much satisfaction, if it
would be entirely agreeable to
you, to unite with you nt such
point ns may be mutually
agreed on in joint discussion of
the political issues of the day,
and, if you desire it, in a com
parison of notes on our con
sistency, respectively, as well
ns the general propriety of our
public acts in times gone by.
Permit me, my dear sir, to
assure you that this proposi
tion does not arise from any
ostentatious, unkind or trucu
lent spirit. It emanates from
the assaults it was your pleas
ure to make upon me, from a
desire to vindicate the recti
tude of my course, and from a
belief that such discussions,
conducted in a friendly and
gentlemanly manner, would
furnish the best means of en
lightening public opinion on
tho important question now
under consideration.
As early an answer as may
suit your convenience is re
spectfully desired.
Very truly, yours, &c,
LEWIS D. CAMPBELL.
MANSFIELD, O., Aug. 21, 1871.
Deak Slit : Your letter of
the 18 t,h inst., was received.
You invite mo to arrange that
we should discuss political top
ics at the meeting appointed
for by the Republican btate
Committee, and as a basis for
your request state that I un
justly arraigned you before
your neighbors in Hamilton
when you were a candidate for
the State Senate. I am not
aware that when speaking on
the occasion referred to I did
any thing moro than to com
ment on public nnd considered
facts, aud I certainly do not
intend to nnd did not do you
injustice; at all events you had
full opportunity to reply, and,
as I understand, availed your
self of it. I certainly do not
i . ii . . .
reel at iiDcrty to make any
arrangements in regard to
meetings which I attend by
appointment of tho State and
County Committee, but shall
in all respects conform ns to
time, place and manner of meet
ing with the arrangements
made by Mr. K. I). Harrison,
as Chairman of the Republican
Committee. Very truly yours,
JOHN SHERMAN.
To Hon. L. D. Campbell.
HAMILTON, O., Aug. 23, 1871.
To-non. John. Sherman, MjtnsfleltP,,
Dear- St :: Tlie statement
contained in your letter of the '
2 1st mst, just received, that
when yon nssiiilfed me- in 1869
I had1 full opportunity to reply,
&c;r i very inexact. Your
fmt attack was- at LeHmrawi,.
where I did not speak during
the canvass. Before yon came
to tuts city the- Democrats?
Committee requested the Com
mittee of your party to make
arrangements for a joint dis
cussion between us, in ordier
that I might defend mysrlt
acramst your attack- which
they declined1. When you
subsequently addressed the
meeting here, from whch. I
was thus- excluded, your mis
representations were repeated.
Soon after this a -Democratic
meeting was held, antl the only
reply that I made was to stig
matize some of your statement
as false, and to request yoa.1
friends present to inform "you
that I had so publicly declared.
There is not a syllable- it) my
letter of the 18th to you to
justify yoti in sayiug that it
proposed to arrange that wo
should debate political topics,
at the meetings appointed ty
the Kepnblicaiv Committee. Ou
the contrary, it explicitly pro
poses SRch points as may be
mutually agreed on, my inten
tion being to leave it entirety
to your own option to adopt
all or a portion of your publish
ed Appointments, or to make
others not interfering with
them.
I forlroar, on' this occasion,
to comment on what wonld
seem a transfer of the inde
pendence of the Senator aud
the citizen during a canvass
involving your re-election to
the control of Mr. R. D. Har
rison, Chairman of the Repub
lican Coirunittee, whose, strate
gic plans will doubtless be such,
as to provide for a continuance
of that unmanly system of
warfare that attacks political
opponents from a masked bat
tery instead of meeting them
bravely in the open field be
fore the people. Should you,
at any time during the canvass,
be released from the acknowl
edged custody of Mr. Harrison,
and desire to indulge in tho
luxury of the tendered joint
discussions, you will please
have the kindness to inform
me. Very truly yours, &c,
LEWIS D. CAMPBELL.
How the Money Goes.
As officially announced to
the Treasury Department, it
cost just .'.OCO.OOO to run
the American ship of State for
the 3'car ending June 30, 1871.
This is only two hundred and
twenty millions more than it
cost to cany on tho govern
ment under Democratic econ
omy, let, it is insisted that
the people should continue this
extravagance, by re-electing
and keeping in power the lead
ers who nro new plundering
tho lrcasnryl Will t his I bo
done? Let the ides of October
nnswor.
The radical press is trying to
console its readers with the
pleasing thought that the rev
enue defalcations aro only three
million dollars. Doutwell
eportd twenty million dollars
missing last winter, nnd tho
amount is growing. t
in i iii t nifM
"Who ever heard of A younfjr
gentleman going to see fivo
diflerent young ladies at ns
many different places) and caeli
time being unmercifully turnod
out of doors, and finally to
keep up his unaccepted wooing
passion, and not shed tears of
sorrow, eenrch diligently for
a sixth maiden to court, nnd to
sympathize with him, in Lis
hour of forsakenness without
success y

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