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M'ARTHUR, YINTQaN COUNTY, OHIO: -Wf DNIlSDAf , OCTOBER 4, im, :
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J. W. -OWEN, Editor.
ltt'Artliur, October 4, '71.
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Ituslnoi Csr's, not eKeaeiltim B Hoes, $5 per yenr.
AM hills iliio on flint Inserllon of nilvorllfeineiil.
Jlllls with wjuliir B'lvprtlers to tie .:ilcl qnsrleiy.
1illnes Notices 10 eon's line". MnrrlnRe Noll.
tin Hunorillni- to tho llbornH.ty of tlie parlli. Dentil,
Notices of Runaway Wives or lluslisn "s-ilnnlile
Yesrly sivorllsers entitle" t qnnrterly cliniiBes,
Ailwrili'MiientK not otherwise orilerwl, will be con-
tlniiAit until orik-red iliiuoiitinueil, nml ehnrgcil sccnnl-
Kellirloni snil Clmrl'nble No'loes fivp.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
nd after June) 23, 1871, Trains will
run a follows:
8 ?S232J?a SSSr-?-?S?Sl2S??S5?
L "wt w ! . . - .-: -
t iir.i- i H
U Sl m -fi Mr'n-t-aSSSIil-l'
l. a :Pj -
lis 315 3t n P:i .
n -r i- e i- -no & o 5
e-j tfif t as 31 d
axSrl-pSSS IS 2 3 $32 St-''-? 3 3 3 3 S3
J? : ' : : ; :
m j : : : : :
g6 i-aj Uii i
CINCINNATI KXIMtKsH will run dully.
All otlierTmlnn dully, fXnopt KniidnV.
. CINCINN'TI KXI'IIIWH KAR'P makes no
lop doiwhpii iiumdoii nii'J AtliciiH.
ii cO'-3j2 3 J5 eel "'"Sij;;
ill it U. Accommodation,
8.30 p. m. :()) a. M
4.01) " 7.00 "
B.3" " lO.fO "
9.15 A. M. l'2''V) 1. H.
HIM " 4:o "
Uli P.M. s.ao "
Trains Connect at Loveland
For nil points on tint Mttlo Miami Rnilniad, and
at tho IndianiiHilis A t'lucluiiuil ltitilrond Juno-
noiuorHii piimu west.
W. Wi PEAhOPY,
Portsmouth Branch. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
On nndallor MONllAY, ilnv liHth, 1H71, F.x
Jro Trains will kraVk L'OLUMHUS and
OltEsri.lSKiindARiitVii lit points numod be
low, as followst
Now York City
12:ilU l m
. .1 :.'0 li in
. .0:45m ni
4:10 pm '
:45 pin "
8 :4ft am
7:05 a m
1 1 :S0 p ni '
4 :50 a 111
4 :40 p in
ft :05 p 111
1:80 a 111
fl auj) in
. Vi lj ii in
ft H5 p ill
Kort Wnyne ..
. . 85 p in
.. 7 10 a m
,1040 a m
.. 1 10 D 111
i m a m
ft 15 pm
' 45 pm
- 1 10 a ni
7 Ms nt
8 45 p in
2 10 n m
II 10a m
7 00 am
fl 00 p in
.11 o p ni
. ft i a in
,12 10 pm
. BtaiTNo. 4. leaving Coliunbim nt 4:10n. m.
lias nTlirough UiirDdi nidiiwareforHprliiKllold,
ronohlng Hprlnxllold wltliinit chan ue at 7:W) p m.
Train No. a nn the Oolumbim A llocklng Val
Ipv Kallrond cnimoct wltli No. 4 Train. TIiiwihIi
Tickets fur side nt A Miens.
I'ASHKNilKU TIlAlNS returnlnft arrive nt
Columbus at 12:30 a in. 11:18 a. m. and 9:60 a. m
IGrPalace Day and Sleeping: Cars
" AU Trains.
a.Vlr ZS 'J'-HvinKColiiinbnsat 2:85 a m.on
both Krlfl nnd Now York Contml Hallwavs
e7o A?ifi ewYork "
a jor E,Ln,,.'nr..lnl'orn,"tlt,l In regard ' o
thmugh tlnkow, time eonnwitlnna, etc., to all
points Kant. W Nnrth and Pm.tli, apply ii
or addrasi R. KItn, Oolunilnm, Ohio. 1 .
I'asscngor Agent, Coliirahna.Oi
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
rromOOLTJHBUSWIa Athens) to P0ET3M00TH
UTer tna Oolnmbna & Hocking Valley and
Marlntta & OInolnimtl Rail Boa 'a. :
Coin minis. . . . la .V)1
Orovi'-mrt,.... 9 82
WiliclicatiT.. 0 4S
KllK:ir (Jrove 10 4K
Iaikiiii i.- ,.)l 17
llnyilcnvlllo II tin
Sels .iivilli-.. II 50
Hnllna . .r.m.Vl II
' 1 IW
I.K4VIE.' A M
SjIIiib.. ,.. , 0 :m
Murnn ..i ..T in
t iiron tli8:Ki Av M. Truln runs tlijotiKh to
I'oilKinoiitli without chmiKH, arriving nt MrAr
lluir nt at 2:fi2 p. m.s nml (,'nr rortln 8 (10 I'. M.
Truln from Portunioutli for Coluinbita urrlvcH
nt JI'Arihtirntl4:80 v. M.
niisocnniiov.liniiM nnuliMit T.itni-Astor forf ir
clovlllu. Z;m''sville,iini"nll polntn on the Cin-i-iniiHti
AMusklnmim Valley Hullwav
Diroct connoution niiidn at Columbus for Dav
ton, SprillKllolii, InrliHiiiHllM, Cllii-iiKO. und till
liointx Vst ; nlso. lorfU'vcluiid, lluttiilo, I'ltts
iuirK, l'hUailoli.lila, New York, uml ull points
( minootlmi Hindu nt Lomin br both Trnlns
witli nil Trnlna for Stniitsville and nil points
on thoStrnitxvlllo Jliuiieh.
J. W. DOIIERTV,
E. A. m'F.l.L,Gon'ITikotAgf.
KANSAS 6 MISSOURI
OH 10 AND MISSISSIPPI
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY O
O- HUN THROUGH PROM O
THE OHIO& MISSISSIPPI
(Iwned nml oponitortbyoncCoiiipiinv from Cin.
oiimall loSt.Lonls. tlit'rol'oro pnsMoiigurs are
HUUKol being cunieil tiimugli without dionx
ufcuis . . ....
the possibility incident to otlior routes (wlilcli
nro nimlu up of survrul nhort roads) or missing
cinipuvtioiisnnddiihJwtiiiK lliclr p.is.scugcin to
, .- difcugrcuiiblocliiiuges. ,
Families and Others Seeking Homes
in the rlrh vnlloys and on the frrtllo prnlrlos of
AesU'in Missouri, Knnsns, Nebrnskn, Oolorudo,
or the more distunt StiitHol'Culiroriiin, will eoti
jnll their own inUirest bvjnlllDg ou or iMldrexs
ing tho nndercK'ned, CnntmetliiK Agent) una
long residence in tliu WBHtoiii wnmtrv linnlii
iniliarized liim with tim best localities.
This Route Is 37 miles Shorter than
. , via Indianapolis.
- VJViWJ!:KU: '
Can lie nundinfied fit ' at) the Prlnrlpnl Ticket
OIUe.es of Ooiilieoting Linos, and In Oiiiriunati
at the General OfUccs of the Compuny,
UJ) Vine Street, ,
. Broadway, Cprnor Front' Street,
Main Street, COmep Leveo, and at De
pot Foot of Mill Street,
Omtrurtinp; l'lisscnger Agent,
III) Vin. ml, ( Ine.iiiiintl, Ohio.
VIA : '
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Tho complet ion of tho Loulsvillo Division of
tins miiuiinii tilo Hplendlil I'quipinciit ior puss-
v.ivi hlutUI llltlKUB till!) IIIU
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
' AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
O rilllUOGH TRAINS
With Direct Onnneetions from the Eimt for
Lo-oisviUe "Without Change of Cars!
Tills IstllOnnlv rond wlintn trnlna liv. fin
elnnuti uiul nussungers are delivered Ht depots,
hotels or resldencfs In Tyoiilsvillg FIIKE. ,
Ask for Tickets via Ohio S Miss.,
and take no others.
t an lie purchased at all tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES. AND IN
o i it o r nsr osr .a. t i ,
, At the General Offices of the Company
119 VINE STREET,
Broadwaiiy Corner Front Street,
Main fit., enr. Leveo,
and at tho Depot, foot of Milt Street.
Edward Gallup, ' " f,.
Contracting Passenger Agent, - v
v ' 110 Vine 8t., Cincinnati, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
' Tho Great Through Mull ami Express Passon-
f or Line to Ht. Louis, Kiinsas CUy, Ht, Joseph,
lenvor, Hau Kraneisoo, and all points In Mlwiu
rl.Kimsiui and Colorado. !.'
'('lie shortest and only direct route to Indian
npnlls, Lafayette, Term Hnuto, (Jninbridgo City,
Rprlngfluld, I'oorln, Burlington,' Ohlnngn, Mil
WHiikoe, 8t, Paul, and nil points In tlie.North
wet. The Indlnnimnlls. Ctnolnnnll and Ifnvette
Rnllrond, with Its connections, now errors pass
engers nioro facilities ill Through Conch and
Sleeping Oar Service than tlinn any other line
from Olnelnnhtl. huvlnir the ndvsntaire of
Through Dully Curs from Cincinnati t8t. Louis,
nnnsns uicy, nt. .losopn, reoriu, iiuriinguin,
Uliiesgn, Uinnlis, and ull Intorinedliilo points,
presenting to UolonlslsandrmiilllcjiRiicli coin
lorts and nocoinmodutloni us are alforded bv
no other route.
' Th roil uh Tickets and Bftirffntfo Checks to all
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:00 A. M. 8:10 p. Hi
O:00r. m., and 10:00 P.M.
'inKots can to obtnlncd nt No. 1 Unmet
House, corner Third and Vino-Public Lnnillnir.
rnrnor Main nml Hlveri nlao, at Deimt, eornor
Plum and Pearl Btn-ets. Cincinnati, O.
Ho sure to piirehnso tickets vl IndlanopolU,
Oiiiclnniitl and Lafayette Hullroad,
IV, II. i,. ISORI.IC,
O, F, MooltK.p
' ; Tor All Who Bead. :
We, can without hesltntlon, recomtriend AL
DKN'H RICADY HOOK ItlNIliuna
tu Attest vre
have ever seen for the uurnnaoa Intendsd
groat ennvenlnncs, perfet adaptation to so
many want and lis very low prlrll)eirlMln
ly liriog it IntooinnmoB. If hot universal Use.
Bus U'ii ortlseinmil,
J. w. bowes, Editer.
OFFICE In Second Story of Itowen's
rtiilliling. North Side of ilnln Btreet, Kant of
tourr i muse. .
October 4, 1871
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Election-Tuesday, October 10th.
GEOROB W. McC4KK, of .IrfTewoll. -
' 1 ' LirrTi'.HAMT ooTnaiioa.
.', .1 BAMI-KI.K. J1VNT, nr. Hamilton.
i 1 SITollKSTOIIKKnAlJ
" KUW'AUDH. HAUdCW Clarke. M.
II ' AliniTOrtorKTATH, ' ....
( JOSEl'H It. COCKKRII.L, of Aflun.s.
THKASTTS kit Or STATX
llCOUSTAVR IIKUEIIlol Hsmillo
O. W.OKnDES, f Knlilnml.
Mkmbi-ii noAHnor riim.m wokks,
A KTJ1 Lit Ul'OIIKS. r Cuysliogs.
WILLIAM W. liOSfi, of anilusky. ' ' .
'' ri.Kns or snrnrjiK comer,
CH AIII.ICB 1'ATTKltnON, of Franklin.
For Kenator, u
J. V. STEVMS,
Of Meigs County. .
ALMOND BOILK, of WilketvlUt,
; WILLIAM W. BKI.FORD, of Richland,
.: rXOSKOi;TIHO ATTOSNKV,
IILY8SKS 8, CLATPOOLE,!,Vt.
TII0MA8 A. MURRAY, oi1-:.
COUNTY TICKET. Sherman Bribing
COUNTY TICKET. Sherman Bribing Newspapers.
; John Sherman, or some
other Radical aspirant for of
fice, is not only. very anxious,
but also very verdant. ; He
furnishes the Carroll Free Press
witli money to send that papei
free until after the coming
election, to all who may desire
it; 'We hope the Press Press
may have a very: large circuk:
tionr during, .tliiittiiiiejifls -it i.-i
one of those Radical papers
that helps tonake Democratic
votes, ly doing its party more
harm than it does it good.
How ' much'" mo'nev has John
Shermau sent the filthy concern
in this county which is de
spised hy three-fourths of the
llepublicuns ( Such a sheet
ought to make Sherman, feel
COUNTY TICKET. Sherman Bribing Newspapers. Put a Stop
COUNTY TICKET. Sherman Bribing Newspapers. Put a Stop to it !
In this contest, it is the Far
mers, Laborers and Mechanics
against the Radical office hold
ing Ring, and if the people
choose to be deceived, they
will have no one to blame ex
cept themselves. There is a
good opportunity now present
ed to the people to put a stop
to tne roimery and corruption
COUNTY TICKET. Sherman Bribing Newspapers. Put a Stop to it ! The Way to do It.
Circulate Democratic truth
if you would counteract the
baneful influence of ; Radical
falsehoods. Every Democrat
who is interested in the preva
lence of Democratic principles
should make it his special busi
nees to lend his AIcArthur
Enquirer to his Republican
neighbor. More than this.. , if
he can' afford it ; he should in
vest a small sum in Democratic
papers for the benefit of Repub
licans who either can not or
will not subscribe for them.
The Enquirer, during the pro
gress ; of the campaign,' ; will
vigorously press . home upon
Radicalism the infamies of
which thier leaders have been
guiltv. "NVeJook to our friends
ta am us m spreading the
truth. ' .;,',":.'
Tr.. nT ii
No doubt, is a : Democrat, ond
in favor of better times, . See
that he goes and votes a.full
Democrat ic, ticket ! ; 1 VV y
. illardly a .week passes that
some Government oflicei is not
discovered in- Meme- dishonest
transaction. The dishonesty
will never end until the Demo
crats vote tfrenr out of power.
The Grant Heceive'r pf Pub
lic Moneys for Olympia Dis
trict, Washington Territory, is
short about $30,000. Vote a
full Democratic ticket, next
John Quincy Adams is
running as the Democratic can
didate for Governor if. Massa
chusetts on a platform sagacious,
popular and strong' i If Ben
Butler 'should be, nominated
against him there i3 the small
est chance known to our poli
tics of Mr. Adams', election,
yet is a chance tlit - may see
him through, lm, platform
decTares the followjng :
1..A faithful observance of
the Constitution, tlie frefdom
of elections, and that the liber
ty of. t,he. citizen shhll no longer
le subject to one ;man.
2. Denounces the;intimila
tiontand packing 'of the Su
preme ;Court with a view to
legalize repudiation. -'
3. Amnesty. :fx:' r
A. The 'aiuendments no lon
ger an issue. v'"7"
f .5 Denounccscentralizaiion
and encroach mkJjyitha na
tional government on the local
governments. , ,
6. A tariff for revenue, and
not tax one for the profit of
another. f '
7. Declares that the insuffi
ciency of the laborer's wages
for his support is due to the
depreciated currency, the high
taxes imposed by the govern
ment, and by corporate monop
olies. 1 ' '
8. Condemns the extrava
gance ami high taxea: of the
State government. ...
1). Condemns the prohibito
10. A revision of the rela
tions of railroad corporations,
and the subjecting of them to
To the Qualified Electors of Vinton
County, Ohio :
Orrics of CouiitRsiosKBS or Vihtok Co., 1
MoAaTHtts.O. sent, 7. 1871.
TN tnirstianeo of an order of the County Com,
X nilssloners made at their resularHeiitenibcr
session, ion, iiviirv ii i.eruny giveu iiiai. ni tne
annual inn eiocuon in ioiooer, A u. ipu, no
ing Tuesday, tho 10th day of snid month, tho
qualified elector of Vinton pnnntv, Ohio, will
meet at their usual places of holding elections
in the several townsliins of said ootintv and
vote on the quentlon of the purchase of lands
for infirmary purposed. And those voting at
nucn election in mvor or sum purctiaso snail
nave nrinieuon meirnni otn me wonis.
"Purchaso of Lauds fur Inllrmary rurposos"
And those voting agninat inch ptirnhase shall
naveprinu'don uieir oaiiou, uio wonts,
"I'urchnse of Lands for Iuflnnary Purposes"
It shall he the duty of the Judges of election
in tho several towuHhlnn to onen a noil book
for taking said rote, and to receive and count
tne Dauou ciinc. ana witnintnree uavs tnsre-
after to return to the County Auditor full and
correci ausrrnoi oi sniu votes.
By orUerofComml-wloners of Vinton Co,
Auditor Vinton Co.
September 20, 1fi"l-tde
Indictments are still bang
ing over Custom House officers
of Baltimore, for lobbing the
Government of between thirty
and forty thousand dollars.-
Their trials are again postpon
ed no doubt till the "crack 6'
The Democracy of Wiscon
sin have nominated Hon. James
R.' Doolittle as their candidate
for ! Governor. If there is a
Democrat in Wisconsin that
can be elected Mr. Doolittle is
the man. . ; ! : f .
" Of all' the rotten, corrupt,
tnievinsr and unprincipled pol-
iticinns in the United States,
California contains the rotten
est, dirtiest and most unscrupu
lous, .and. to this Abolition
gang of political .hyenas, a
great; owue lias oeen turned
over to be plundered; tbfopgh
the factious resentments1 of- the
Democrats themsolvei.v: .- o :
.4 1 -
Nash. He Can't Answer.
Two weeks ago we request
ed Billy 'gNush, the Shermnn-LandGrabbing-Wholesale-robbing
candidate for ; the State
Senate, t answer the following
1. If elected to the State
Senate, will you vote for the
re-election of Johni Sherman
to the United States Senate?
2. "Will you vote for a joint
resolution instructing our Sen
ators and requesting our Rep
resentatives in Congress, to use
their influence, and vote for
3. Will you vote for a joint
resolution instructing our Sen
ators and requesting our Rep
resentatives, in Congress, to
vote against and oppose all
fuither schemes for appropria
ting any more , of the public
lands for the benef it ofcorpo
rate monopolies of every kiud?
. 4. AVill you tote to tax
United States Bonds the same
as the real and personal prop
erty of the people of Ohio.are
taxed upon the Duplicates of
the various counties in th
5. Are you opposed to the
ban Domingo job i
G. Are you in favor of
paying the 5-20 bonds in
7. Do you endorse the Ku
Klux law enacted by Congress
to prevent people of certain
States from voting?
8. Are you in favor of
Senator Sherman growing rich
and of his voting in Congress
tor Jaws to make poor laborers
9. How i3 it Sherman has
made minions ot dollars m a
few years on a salary of $5,000
I !' it 1 U
10. -Are you - in favor of
Evans, one ot Grant's official
thieves, who. stole over $300,
UUinrorn the State of Pennsyl
vania, running at large.
11. Do you not think that
the name of Jones would sound
better to the people of this
distressed district, during this
campaign, than the word
Nash r , ,r
g i Are you in' favor of
permitting the ; bondholders to
shave thej Government to' the
tune of millions yearly, ; which
sum the laborers have to pay?
13. Do you think itj is right
to compel poor laborers and
others, to pay bankers 10 or 12
per cent, interest for the nse of
greenbacks,, while the same
rich bankers have thousands
and , thousands of dollars in
bonds locked up iu their vaults
and upon which they draw a
great interest in gold and with
out paying a particle of tax?
He has refused to answer one
of them. Vote against him.
Vote ior J. V. Stevens.
Tf you would bo represented
by a man of Legislative wis
dom and experience, and a
man who will, look faithfully
after your interests. . .
Vote for Soule.,, . , ,v; ;
Don't Scratch your Ticket.
Every niau on it will bo found
fully up to the JcfTersonian
Standard.' -' Honest, Capable",
Nash. He Can't Answer. Sacred Duty.
Next to casting his oVvn
vote,, the highest and 11104 sa
cred! duty, that can1 devolve
on a Democrat is to see' that
his Democratic' neisrhbors nre
properly . aroused and ready
for election day, to vote the
entire ticket without a scratch,
f is a disgrace.' and moi titra
tion tBat.for' the last two' years
the1 Sta'notivitbstahdinrt-: the
huge African vote, has" contin
ued in the hand of the Radi
cals through the shameful letliurgy
of Democrats. Let us
have it said that Vinton coun
ty has done her whole duty. :
Once More to the Front !
Democrats, the time . for ac
tion 1'ins arrived. You are
culled upon to do your duty,
and your whole duty.. The
day of battle approaches. If
you would achieve victory, go
to .work at once. What is
wanted is complete organiza
tion. See to" it that ia effected.
With it the day is our own.
Get out every voter who is for
our ticket and for better times
than we, are now in the midst
of. Provide way to . take the
sick, the old, and the lame to
the polls to vote against Sher
man ane his worshippers who
are responsible for the hard
times and high taxes !
not to many
falsehoods that are being circu
late! by the vicious enemies of
the Democratic party for the
purpose of creating dissatisfac
tion in our ranks. ' All sorts of
falsehoods about our candi
dates are being circulated just
It was not necessary to tell
lies several weeks ago, but, at
present, when the election is so
near at hand, it is such a fine
time for them to spread lies all
over the county! .
Democrats! be on the look
out; ; don't trade votes; don't
listen to their bad stories; don't
be deceived; look out for bo
. .The, .Grant Superintendent
of Money Order Department
of New YorkPostoffice, whose
it is Norton, has proved a ' de
faulter -for $115,000. " Don't
vote until you are sure" that the
name of no lladical is . on your
ticket. '.' .'. ; ,:
Vote .the Democratic tivket
and aid. in having these bur
dens removed from the. backs
of t the people. . (ii -,;
Old Greeley says
'The whole Radical party is
oq;tho;road to hell." '..'
li$Qt it.ia'. 6nly.' .'.homeward
'"Th-rD 4ai'6 ten rmilIion acres
onbehpied ln'dslii Iovyn. .
The whole country ' .j araf--3zcd
' in busines'-witli rom
merce .crippled,' figik-ulfnre
ihi rewa rde 1 - ma 11 11 f ict tires lan
guishing, in ecli ail icai interest sr
prostrate, labor oppresst?d',- and
t'ril taxed-to i extoftfofi lnakes
people look to4 flVe- deniopracy
foy relief. : . :. , . -.,
V rum M
John Dherman, one of. the
United States Senators and a
candidate for re-election, voted
to give away Fifty. Millions of
Acres of Land tt one Railroad
alone, the Northern Pacific, in
which Grant is a stockholder.
Land that belonged to your
chil'dren and grandchildren to
make honie3 for themsel ves in
the coming years as tbe coun
try fills up :
The earth belongs to : tho
children of men to cultivate, to
live upon, but John Sherman
votes to .give away enough to
make ten States like Massach
usetts to one rich Railroad mo
nopol), and doubtless the price
of the remaining lands ". to all
actual set tiers. ' !
Are you done with Sherman?
Vote for J. V. Stevens: for
State Senator, and for Almond
Soule for Representative, who
will vote in the Legislature to
replace Sherman. -' " .
"While the farmers , are, at
work putting in the wheat this
fall, let them remember while
turning up the sod, that .he
hitches up his horses,
Shod with nails taxed at 07
To a plow taxed 100 per
Auda harness taxed 3 per
mis excessive tnxing goes
to make up the 5074,459 of
money spent each day to rim
the Government under Radical
Vote a clean Democratic
ticket next Tuesday.,
We- regret to learn that
Senator Thnrnian has been
quite ill with billious fever for
several days. He has been in
capacitated for active political
work, and confined to his room.
Yesterday, the fever took a fa
vorable turn, and ho will he in
the harness again he hopes, iu
Tho Radical loss in Maine
since 1868 is over l.r),000. At
the late election the Democrats
gained a number, of members
of the Legislature, and held
Radical majority down to about
10,000, In 18G3 it was 2C:
980. : i
Sumner and Wilson, tiro
Massachusetts Senators,' have
declared themselves .in opposi
tion to Ben. Butler's -nomination
for Governor. On tho
other harid," Ben has ithe sup
port pf tho President,' tha IJos
ton custom house having been
instructed to take a hand' ifi
tho game . in- support
Beast; . ' .
AuditprA Cji lloa 'is; thoroughly