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M'ARTIIUR, ViNTON COUiNTY, QHl6:;YEDNESi)AY JAMrY- l(i,'i8T2. '
f.50 PER YEAR,)
IuAilvnucc. J
VOL.
5.
f J. W. BOWEN,
I PttblUner aud Proprietor. )
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l)c finqiiitfcr.
J, W. I'OWEH, Editor.
M'Artlmv, Jamta'y ii, 1872.
Terms of subscription.
Ouo ttn, 'iio venr,.,. SI t I One'copy, 8 mo:.i 00
0 ia I'n'py, inmilln 7 I ''Iy. ,l10" 40
U nut p.it.l Rltlilii Hie 2 "
01 n In wf-TVf nty ,. ; .-380 0"
I Tli 'Ittmoemtla. K'nqHlref crcululM FKK.15 OK
l'OST.VQH wlllilii'llio liniiu uf Vlnlun Omuty..
V fill I n r (' unMiy illonntlmiur nt tlis eml ofllic
no !ii1)noi liil for, will bo lukoii a uuw oiiyngvuiuiit
Advertising Rates.
1 f;rTlipkcooi!cn'p!il hy loltnu of tlils'(Konprll
WpohKll cuimtmio niqunroi
J o innnr, nn wok tt 00 Oninal worti $2 OH
2 oh uil(lMu'.inl tiisorlinii iiiFcrtlon W
All n.U'ortltlnar f"r uliorler perluil tlmu tliruo
Si ntlin, nlmrse'l at tlio nliuve rixtOH.
, ..'mil Al..rilnienl Jl 00 por; iiiruor fli Jt
. .L),uilJjliJJp .itt-l r""-for"T(Ld' audltloiml
' TiniirKiiin. , ,v ,,, ,'
Uulo ucil Figure WrJt B m sddltlinml.
ilmoa'. 6 inns, 1$ inos
tnonq-iVo, i00 $ 6 00 J 8 00
rWoS,,lie, ... RD TOO 1000
i m iq.urii, JO ea o
Voiirsqinree, r.0 100 1 M
1H.ipi.iM, 10 00 15 06 10 00
4o.)lim..i, 14 00- MOl jiW
4'..lu.n . 15 00. M OO 4 00
!..., inliifnn. 8100 " 00 80 00
llniliiDJH Carl., iiit oxmoiUiik 6 H'"-, P P"r Tnr,
All lililt iluu I'.rit lnnei tlrtn of lTort!!miiiit'.
I'.illi Willi ivii!iir .lvortlen to bo p il.l qiiaru-ry..
i:uliien Notice 10 o.'ills n lino'. M.rrlKge l"'.'-jm-ocoor.llii!,'
to lliollbxrallty of llio parllos. Wontli
N'rtliv fn-. .
. No'.lcoi of Urtnwiy Wives or lluslnndi-donblo
pl'llli. ....
Vc-irlv alvorlliorn piitlllfil lo qnni terly ehnnrs.
" i AilrnrlUiMii.nl. nut otliiri5 onlfio'l, will b. con
Mmwl until nirtored illsontlnuoJ,nml uhii'od .o.onl-
liielf. '
K.'ll;hnml Clmri'nblo Nolliwn fioo.
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cinciunati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Nov, 19. 1871, Trains will
run an follows!
gR':
F-t
CO
in 7 i-b o .0
i j. i, : : i .
; t g-Jlr n - in l"f " w ;
H i'
O I :
' f
6 3
; ; ; : : : :
- ' ; j . I -1' i-1-
2 :
' u
s!
- : i e ? i
'2 "T 'l ".T "I i jPUO
'5 7. ! I- 2 K c o -
i t i l V f! 3 ?: 1-5 ii
S3:::::: ::::::::;:.::
-;::::: :;::::::::;
j-ji ) :? IC IC l : 1 t- 1- w'l- ' C C! c"'
w
o
05
9
H
::::::::::::!
ti i cr . - j v prf t 1.3 irj s
. .
:S : i ;
v .. . .
:-:;::
x .
j : : -
c a
112
h i : : : :
h o i -. :i -r 5
CINCINNATI KXI-IIK-M will iuu dully.
Alliitlicr I'l-aiim dnllv, cvnopt Sunday.
.OINCINWir KX.l'ltF.SS KAST nmltoi no
stop hnl S'i'mii lltimdiin and AUioiih.
j . . . ,H : .!-:".
g i i :;::::;: i ::: j i : :
w r. ' "- T - f - " i" ' a
.f II . . -t T-O 11
Portsmouth Branch.
Hail, AcaommoilHllon.
1.4r, p. m. :(io a. 31.
J.Sl " 7.00 "
4.4U. !' io.ro "
U.I 5 A. Wt. 140 P.M.
ll'.Irt " ' 8-."itl "
12.15 P.M. 6.10 "
Hop. TIamdort
Ar'v. I'(til.im nlh
I Mil. I'ol'INMlOllCll
Arv. .l.i'Uon
lUmdou
Trains Connect at Loveland
pjrall oolnti(oii tluil.lltlo Miami Jt'iili-oml. and
til llu 1 1 1 t i :i 1 1 m t ' 1 1 .V. ' i 1 1 e i 1 1 : ui t i Kallroad Juno-
:iou tor all pulnl s Wont.
' W. Wi r.RAHOPY,.
Mnittr of TnuitporlttUon,
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis railway.
On nnd after WON f A V, May Ssili, 1S71, Ex
. nrnii. Train, will KKVK CUI,I.'.MI1U and
OilK-tri.INI! and AltlilVK at point 11,111. ml be
low, as follow.:
.Stations.
Cohnnlius
!iii.llliiu
Cleveland
Mufl'iilo
WinifHra Bull..
Jtoeliostur.. ..
AllMiiy
No. 2.
11:10 am
1:1111 i 111
.:45p ni,
,l(l:W))lll.
. .7:0011 111
. .1 lilaiil
. .K: muiil
No. 4.
4il0 pm
0:.r)flm
0 :45 p 111
4:10 pill
(I :-!.') am,
7:0"iil ill
' 2 :00 p III
ll:n pill
AiHOpia .
No. ;
2:35 am
4:Mlam
7:110 11 111
2 iHOpni
4:40 pm
6:b.'i p III
1 ::ttl u 111
11:00.1,1
IIOsloll .
,.R:!V p m
flow York City.. 11 111
A :40 a 111
f'ri'Mllluo lit Jilii 111
I'llUhurn :irip in
Jliirrlshiii'l ...... 7 In a 111
Jhtlfiinoro 1040 11 tn
-Wahlni?lou .... 1 10 p m
l'lillaileliilila.., 11 !5ajiii
CivHtllnTi .r.'.'T.Tll ill) p in
Vort Wayno Ii 3D a 111
Chli-njo ..,1210pm
(I p in 8 31 a ni
1 vr a in 8 1,1 p tn
112.1am 2 4Uhiii
I 40 p m
0 li,") p lit
8 to p in 7 00 ajn
7 4.1 p in IMS a in
Unnin II W a 111
7 20 a tn- (1 00 p in
a.
. ru-.iN... 4. liMivInn- 'ni 11 in bus nt4:10r. in.
ii'TltrmiKli OiirWd DelttWiun forSprliDtllehl,
rsai-hliitfHprliiKfJnhl ivll.hoiittdiiuii?cat, 'cJO pm.
. Triiln No. nil tlio Colnmhim Hock luff Viil
lov lt illrond cniinect Willi No. 4 Train.. Through
Tickets for. alaat Athens.
l'ASSKNUKH TRAINS i-nturnlnff arrivo at
Columbus at l&iJiin 111. 11:1b a. in. and 9:50 . 111.
CST Palace Day and Slooping Cars
ln All Trnlna.
,tl "Xo ft" lenvfiiB Oolmn lim at 2:35 a m.on
Biimfiv. miiH tliTnutfh without detention, hy
Is.iDh Krle and Nflw lork .tlentrul Hrvllwnys,
itrrivhii nt Nuw Vurk oi Monday niornliig lit
",Por 'pnYllmiliir Infori'iialioii ; In reirnrii to
Hii'oiiii'i tli'.kuta, tlmo, oniineptinni, oto., Irt all
uiltiU Kiwt, West, North and Hoiilli, (ipply to
orwi'lM" K- Kilin,().iluinhnn,Ohlii. ;.
IC. , KI.INT. Hon. Siiiiorlnloiidunl,
JAMKSI'ATTKKHON,
.. flun, llBOut, Coluiiibiin,0.
EU0ESE I' gj. Agonl1,Culiiuiljits1C'. "
Indianapolis railway. Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
tv; ,-r,- tw' w r."r,'Tv'n i"Twr?,yri
On and nfti'f Ducrniliui' lutli, lM71,Truimi will
run flu I'olliAvt:
Vrpmi.
Athens O.so a. m.
A rrln.
rnlumlmi... 9M A. M.
I'iltsbill'xll.. 1:1m r. u.
Snnilnitkv... H:00 '
t Icvchnil,.. 8 -fit) "
Spi'liil?nelil. 1-2.85 "
Xliliv 12 : 5 "
Din-tun 1-50 '
Rh'-hniond... 8:15 "
Iiiilianapcilis (J:10 . .
ChinaKO... '.".12:14 A. . .
Depart
2:20 r. M.
A rii vt.
6. W r. M.
U;S0 i. Jf
9.110 "
i :Si) "
1:W V. M.
7:81 "
.8:8U "
n a "
3:811. A. U.
8-.:l(J "
CIoko r-nnnwtlmi niadn nt. T.nnp.stor for Clr
clovilli', ZniKviilD. iiinl nil polntM mi llio tin
ciniiHtl nnd Mitslilllniuii iillny liiiilrond.
Dii'oct coiinuolliMiK nindu n.l Uiluinlm. ' for
l)nytoii, Hpringflolil, liulianiipiills, Clilc-npo,
mill all points West. Also, for ('lcvelaiul,
UnH'illo, Pi((liursli, mi l .lkpiiSntuKnijtjj 'jr..
""f?tl;r111(i Houklnu'' Viillov and r.n-lltuiUle
ronto lo I hiciigo niul Hie Norilnvcst, il is the
shortest liy .l.xtf--5i inilo.4, yiving iiissoii(f:i-s
tlio ticm-litof QiiU-kur tiinu and lower rales
than by any othur line.
j. w. Dim r.irry,
.Snpoi-iiilciiiltnt.
H. A. Ui;et,t,. Oun'l Tii ket Ajt't.
KANSAS & MISSOURI
VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
EXPRESS TRAIN3 DAILY Q
' EUTEROUnPEOM O
ciialiWittel?Mpof Cars!
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
oiTLir EOAD
owned and cipnrutoilhyonafrompnny fi-oiii ( In.
cinnali tuttt. Ijonl.s, .lliKrel'ura puNt'iii.M's are
VlliC of being cui i'lud tlu uii(;li withu'H uli:uijO
of.ni-s
THUS AVOimiSQ
tlio possibility IncM.iiJ do ntlivr routes twlilidi
are mad. up of pei-' :-,ort i-ohil..) of nii::sins
con unctions, nnd mibjoiilns tlu-ii- pussuiigers to
ilisiiifi-eciblechaiiKus.
ramilieu and Others Seeking Homes
In t)io rich vtU'eys an'l on tho foi tlle lrnlricn of
Pftcrii Ji i.'soiirl, Ktnsns, Schrnsl, Colorado,
or theii'.nVB diHUnt. MnleofCiililoriiia, will imui
milt lliHroirn iiiur,l. hyi'.nllinir on or addivss-
Hie und(M-si.;lid, Uniilraci I uu A;.'tMit., U1 n
loiijf n.ii.li!i:i'i! ill t!ia wt'stein louiiliv hn fa-
iiiili.n i;l him with llis best lm aiitios.
Tliis Route Is !'T utilas Rliortcr than
tin luciiiiiiapolia.
TSIROUWH TICKETS
C-in hii i.iiichnsod at all th Prlnrlp.l Tluki-I
O.Iinu.i of Connecting Lines, ii.nl in Cincinnati
at tlio Oeiicml Offices of the (Juinp:iny,
1.3 ii Vine Street,
Ercalvvay, Cornor Front Street,
Min Stroot, COrner I-aviH'; nnil t De
pot I-'not of Mill Street,
ESPWAIU) GALLUP,
Contiacdny .engarAjmit,
1IB Vii.Sl.,cliicliiii?:tl, OHio.
FOR L O If IS VILLE
Asjd The
"VIA
OIISO AND MrSSISSIPPl
RAIlSWAY.
Thocoiii))it.on of ti'oXouisvilld Division of
till, roailftnd the (pliMidld cqitipinent lor pass
eiiscr travel mk.this the
RAILWAY. BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
THRUOGH TRAINS
Daily.
Willi Direct Ceiiueclion. from tlio Kant for
Loai3ville Without Change of Cars
TI1I1 Is flic only road whosa train leave Cin.
riniiHii a 1 111 iaxeji!;er are ileilvered t ilspots,
noiei. or reMinenucM in liOuisvinu i t:r.is(
Ash for
Tickets via Ohio & Miss.,
and take no others.
TBIKOiiail TICKETS'
Can b. purohasedut all tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, ANI3 IN
3 TXT C X 23' 2T A. T X ,
At tlio Qonernl Ofllceinf tho Companv
: 110 VIWBi STllEET,'
Broad ica 11 s Corner Front Street,
Main St., cor. Levee,
nnd at the Depot, loot of Mill Street.
Edward Gallup; .
Contracting P.i6snn(rnr Aij.nt,
ll'J Vine St., Clnoiiiiinli, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring A Summer Ari AiijjQiiionl. '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
EAILEOA.IJ.
The Oi'i'atTliioinrli Mail and Kxnress T'nssen
Km- T.lus to St. Louis, Kansaa City, Bt, Joseph,
Denver, an r ranoiseo. auiiaii points 111 JUitMou.
!ri. Kaunas and Colorado.
Tim shortest and only direct ronto to Indian
npolin. Lafayette, TerrellautH.I-'anibriilife I'lly,
apriiKfield, reorln, lliii'linglmi, (Jlileago. Mil
waulee, Bt. I'aul, and till point. In tho .North
wrtt.
Tho Indianapnlla, Clnclniutl and I.nfayetto
llailroail, wltn u eonneoiions, now ojiers p.sk
tumor more facilities In Through .Coaeh and
loenln Car Hcrvleo thiin tlian any other line
I'roin Cincinnati, having the ailvniitaKO of
Through Uailv caw Iroiiicincinnatiinni. 1.0111s,
K.nin.t City, St. Joseph, l'coria, Ilitrliiigton,
Chicinro. Oiniili. and all luteriuedlnlii points,
.prosenlliiB lo Colonist aiidFiimlllCNNiirli coin-
loll, ami accoiiiiii'Hiimoiii 11s are nuoiucu uy
no olbnr route,
Tlii-o'hgli Tirketa anil lUggage C,hecks to all
points. .
Trains leave .Cincinnati at 7:00 A. U.; 3:10 r.U;
0:00 r. M and ll':b0 r. 11.
. Tickets 0.111 ho obtained at No. 1 Unmet
House, corner Third and Vine; Public. Landinn,
corner Slain and Ulvcr j also, at Depot, cornor
I'linn and Pearl Streets, Ciuclnnal I, O.
lie sure lo rjiiivlm.R t ckets via liidtannnolis.
Cincinnati anil Lafayette llnilroad,
iv . il. . jOUI.Il,
Oen. Tlckfll.Vff't. ludianapolla
O. T, MoosK.Sup't, Clnuliiniitl. .
AIlI301lVITAE.
TEN Millions Boellln. M) will htiy 100
X llioiisnnd or tho sinallott. Larger Bites at
corresponding m-tew. " -
Twenty-five varlotici of Everirioeni and For
est Tioe. very cheap.
I'rlco lists froo. Deicrlptlv. Catalocnea 18
cents.
. ' ' White Cucumhcr8,
We bell.ve this is Hie hest Cucuniher known
and that we hava the only .seed f tho varlet
in mxlstunco. ! coin, a pacange, uy tnau.
K.AddrciSp KNXETAI.AWRKNCH,
i . Bturgeoa JJay, Door Co.
n-tf vriwniln
Daily. BUSINESS CARDS.
DRY GOODS, M:
JSTABIISHED 18 YEARS. .
WUOLBSAI.K IISALEK IK
DRY GOODS AMD MOTIONS.
Front Street Po vtsmou th, 0,
3. F. TOWKtli l nont for"Jovora1 Mill, and
his houso heudipinrlcrs for tnany ilfti'iiblo
mnkes of Kastern I.d.mU. All goods will bo
.old at tho lowest posil)l prieo.
C lose t ash Uuvera, t'li t OlfiB Time, Trade,
WliolPhale l'Bilillem anil Kuruiicemen are par
tleulurly invited to an exam iunt ion cf lit. .lurk
HOTELS..
AMERICAN HOTEL;
. ' ' -
Coruerlllsh and St.to Streets,
(Moarly Uppoilte Stato Home,
CO UMEU8
B. J. BI0U&T :
OHIO.
Propriot'r.
rnillfl HOTEL is fiiiniRhed throughout -with
JL all tho modern Improvements, liuesli eau
relv on the best treatment anil very low bill. :
Street Can p.iis thU lloiel lo and from all
Hailrond Depots.
DEPOT HOTEL;
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
M.MEJIICLE, - - Prbprlisto
rpHIft Hotol, a few feet from tho Railroad
I lv...... rtn.l rl...i.a nil I v. uaIhi'H linnn ftll
Iraln.fivTi. tivkc meals, 1ms Juat been greatly
enlarged and thuioutflily repii4redr. painted,
and In now In eniuiileic oilier for the r
eootlon ofauotts. KtTTrnlus slop tn mln-
utonformeale. WTbumh jio'dkratk.
IS HAM HOUSE,
- JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr.I.T.MOII"AIIAIT. - Proprietor,
'pIIIS Hon.?, formerly t ho sham House, ha
JL liefMl l llfllimyn l,V niliovnicil IIU iirniui-
fully furnished. lliivliiR anperlor fnellltlea,
pveiythlnc will b done to make Ruests com
fortiiblo. Table (tlwuys Biinplled with best
iinuket affords. Nleuly fnrn.lied IVooinn and
clennpst Hods tiooil Blablc.. Every off(irt
mndo fr.r the comfcrl of patrons. All ehnrgcn
inoderulo.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. V: VARKEB,
Projiretor,
rpitrs liotcl U In tlie itiojit eonveiilont par
1 of llif eity ov. b ror.tl-:treet,l)Otwicn war
ketnnil.lolterisoii.
PHYSICIA1IS.
"S.W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
iPEIDICIAIT AND SUSS-E OH,
HAMliEST'OSlO.
AcLTASKH ciilrinled to him will reoelve
pioinnt nnd en re fill attention, at reasonable
fees. OKK1CK On Main St.
J. C. BISHOP, Mi D;,
PIIYSfOIAN AND SUB GHOST
Wilkssville, Ohio.
CJPKOIAI. nltuntion givtii to tlio performance of Bur
I ) eiral lper:Hlon. .
intlce.-WIUi II. II. BUbop, ii. D.,
In Irt's
4,-,-y
butlnuijc.
ATTOItNEYS.
J. M. McGILLIVRAY,
(Pro- ocnthig At.tcrn- y of Vinton County,)
McAilTllUil, OHIO.
Wir.li allend promptly to any liiKrtnoHs
hIvpii to IiIh enre mid niHiiaiji'iiiepl jn
anv Courts of Vinton rik' niljoluins; eOuntJea,
(U FICE In the Court llouie. ISM
CHARLE3 VV; GIST,
Attorney at Lai ai Notary Uk
ZALESKf, OHIO.
WILLatlond alllepalbiislimsa entrUKted to
Ills cure. Hupply of blank lieeds and
Mnrtxauea always on hand. OririCB No. 12
WokI Wing liuiubrldiso Hloelc. tl
V;S. CLAYPOOLE;
A.Ta?Ol2.2JEY Jk.T
Mc ARTHUR,
(OF.ncit, formerly occupied by I. S. TUma.)
WILL practice in linss, Vinton, and iiljoinlnp
countiM. All leunl buaiuoba entrusted to bis
car. paomplly .tteiideil to.
8t-tl
D. B S HIV EL,
JJ.CAKT11UK, UlllO.
Will attend promptly to all legal bUBinnwi
eniruatcti to ninciucm viuton ana adjoining
couihioh. ufficic in me iiecoruur a uiaco.
HOMER-C. JONES,
ATTOEiraT LAW,
IfARTUUR, OHIO.
I FFICK 1st poor Wot of Han. Will & Hro.
J Kaoocliu attention aiveu to tho collection
of clnlntH. 18-ly
MARFIE WORKS."
B. It. IIIGGINS & BE0.,
. , . . Maunfuotnrora of
MARBLE BIONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, PUENITUBJS, &6V, &o.,
XjOO-jlxt, ohio;
OOI) Miortment of Marble constantly on
J baud. All kind, of
Cemetery IV or 7c
Don. tbordorln the flnest.tyle. U
McDonald lottridqe,
, Siiryejor,& Conveyancer
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
w
ir.Laltend toall bimlneii entrnstcd to bis
cara
THE BRIGHT SIDE.
We take nleasiirelncoinniondlna-Tng IlnianT
Suits to tho notion of our reader, a. of the
prettiest, aprlKhlllest, and most valuahlo of .11
publications for young people with whom Ucy
art) nc'imtiutotl, Boo iiavorUjtoincnt.
Why "Solitude" Ewing.
fe-everal of our exctT.no-ea are
1.1'
endeavoring .-to ex"iilaui the
manner ' the ' - late r ,' Thpinas
Ewing," but. au bld liicne poli
tician at our elbow' declares
these explanations nQt .'correct
and . we give I113 ,
thus:
After tho refusal 0
version,
General
Jackson, "then Pre
ent4 . to
give his approval 'the y6-
charter of the Uniiv.L. States
Bank; and with this tl'ju'emoval
.oiJLQpttijiU Jiom- teysuitui-J
tion, a commercial panic
iensucd,' caused by the .United
btatea l:5anc largely contract
ing its discounts. .So great
was the suffering, either real
or fancied, among the commer
cial and business interests of
the country, that at i meeting
in Hew York, called to con
sider, the financial situation, a
conimitee was appointed to
visit Washington lor the pur
pose of. remonstrating with
"Old Hickory" on a policy
alleged to be suicidal to the
prosperity of the country. On
the announcement of the
names of the merchaut princes
composing the committee, one
of them d.ecliued unless the
committee was enlarged to five
thousand and instructed to go
to the .White House with
muskets in their hands." This
declaration was most vocifer
ously cheered. The newspaper
pre favorable to tlio LTank
took up the idea 03 armed in
tervention or intimidation,
anil demanded that it be car
ried out. In a form but little
morn mild, the cry of distress,
haiikiu'plecy arid ruin, in
which the government and the
people wore about to be en
gulfed, was taken up. in the
Senate, nnd .Clay, t Webster,
E wing and 6t ht 3niV)pweh-.
es whieh add-s to the iVtrorc of
discontent! The speech of Mr.
E'wing which was the occasion
of affixing the soubriq-uet of
''Solitude" to his name was the
master speech of tho debate.
;lu' giving his account ot the
bankruptcy and ruin that
every where prevailed the land-i
the shops of the mechanic!
being closed for want ot em
ploymi-nt, ships rotting at the
wharves of our cities, lie added
the quotation is from mem
.ory "The buy ljUm 0f industry
is hard "not iu the all enliven
ing season our "canals are a
solitude, and. our lakes but
"desert Wastes of water."
Unfortunately for the ora
tor the Bauk, t finding that it
could not coeice General Jack
son into its measures, soon after
the speech let up its pressure,
and business revived as if by
magic.
At the close of the session of
Congress at which the speech
Was made, so the tale, l'uns, Mr.
E wing was in Hev York, and
returned to his home with
several other members, of
Congress by the New York
canal, A few days previous
there had been a "break;" and
navigation ' was stopped for a
time, and as a conseqnenco au
immense fleet of canal boats
was gathered at different
towns on the canal waiting for
the break to repaired. This
wus effected about the time
tho canal packet with Senator
Ewinrj and his companions Was
en-route to the lake,' and' whor-
ever thcro wa3 an uuueuai
number of boats jn sight
some waggish" supporter of
,Jackson . against the bank
would call the attention ot Mr.
Ewiug to the fact, and remind
him of hiVsolutude" speech.
Just as tho packet boat landed
its passcugera at Jiuualo,' in
unloading, molasses" from one
of the numerous boats then
ying there, the head of one of
the Casks was knocked out,
and its contents emptied into
he canal. An Irish " laborer
that stood near Mr.- Ewiner.
without knowing "him, 'imme
diately1 exclaimed, "Bejabers,
an' that is solitude sweetened.''
I
The roar of laughter that went
up fiiom'; the , Congressional
party at - the Irishman's wit
was generally, and was joined"
in "by.no.no m.orc Heartily, than
hy';Mi)Ewinft.: ,:
;Thia auecdoto getting into
the n e'wspape rs,' i i fi t rn 1 y . fi x e d
"Snlihldft . tn .'AT.-'' "Vauinrr'a
wiuk s
name' - '
: .JGenerft D. Il.'ilill through
the Sontheiai Home,;1 rpliesto
Henry-" WaV4,r' Btcler for his
assertWabii.U,3.uatliVh
tiot tloae." rtu.vthinsr.for Chieato'
He referrf6rllie' firaihat'B?i!
timore gave ?0c),COO, and he
might have added Louisville,
which gave nearly as much
more. Other Southern cities
gave largely. But the home
thrust of General Hill consists
iu tins :
"We remember the, great
meeting at Cooper Institute,
"New York on the 25th of
January, 1SGG, td raise con
tributions for the starving
South. Horace Greeley made
a no noble speech, full of
kindly, Christian .charity, in
which he said that he would
be greatly r. disappointed if
New York (Dity did not con
tribute a million of dollars.
Instead of raisiug 81,000,000,
J.as Mr. Greeley anticipated, the
great, rich, luxurious city ol
New York gave $43,000!"
The Seed business, as con
ducted by the celebrated firm
of Briggs & Brother, at Koch
ester, New York, is ..one of the
largest iu the country, and in
its way is undoubtedly the
largest in the world. . Over
12.000 dealers in different
parts of tho country and thi
Dominion, sells their Seeds,
Their establishment at liochcs
ter -ha over,. G2.00O fe.et of
.flooring, and from 2 )J to 300
persons, according to" the
season, are employed in pack
ing and putting up the Flower
and Vegetable Seeds, which
they .cend by mail to all parts
ot the country. It takes six
presses . jn constant use to print
labels al uie; upwards of stO',-
UOi) worth ot paper is used
annually in the manufacture of
uaggs tor Seeds,, it c
At the Police Convention,
recently held at St. Louis," Col.
Thomas Williams the City
Marshal of Selma, Alabama,
'offered; the following capital
resolution:
Resolved, That tho Chiefs
of Police in the Northern and
Western States, be respect
fully requested to furnish the
Chief ot Pol ice. in the Southern
States .accurate photographs
and descriptions ot thieves,
scoundrels, and penitentiary
couvicts," who', have escaped
from tho Northern nnd West
ern .States; as it i3 believed they
will be found either holding or
seeking the different Federal,
State, or county offices in the
oouth, as Jeaders, in tho Kadi
calpaity.
Germany and France—Bismark
Enraged.
Bismarck has sent a dispatch
to jjaron von Arnnn, tno ur
nun representative at Paris.
setting- forth tho feeling of ex
asperation caused in Germany
liy the outrages perpetrated
on her soldiers in France. He
threatens to seize hostages iu
the occupied provinces, unless
the assassins who' in tho future
escape into neighboring prov
inces, are delivered up to the
Gorman officers, by the French
authorities, and declares that
unless these horrible outrages
cease, the army of occupation
shall be increased, and the ex
pense and burden of its support,
which is paid by France,
doubled. ...
Chicago gave $500 in Con
federate money to Mrs. A; F.
Mears, Treasurer of tho
Southern Kelief Association
in Baltimore, accompanied
with a taunting letter.
;
A Big Clinker.
!, ProbabJ.y :.'( the biggest
cliilker.ever kubwiun the hii-
to 17 of mini is that jn the
collar of a furmeily, extensive
store on; Kiyeiv street. About
nine thousiind etove-' Wfre
melted clown by the. great fire
iiilo one mm, which, gathering
it iiito'fin:'.iinmens6 quantity ot
biick8jand;iton('8, presented,
vvhen-Cpbled- off, cue of the
Imost', 1 fotmidable massea of
debris , occasioned by the fire.
y;;eueiuw;l(y hveak U up
kT: -ordiuary, means .haviiiL'
: - - - w
uiiuicwau in jo urivers was em
ployed for this purpose, but
even its huge hammer Jia, so
far, after., four weeks' hard
work, proved ineffectual. Tho
hammer of the first "drivfr'"
has been completely . smashed
up in iU vain cirdeavcr to con
quer the stubborn clinker,
and to-day 'a new machine of
this character has been sot to
work. It must lie several
weeks yet before tho obstruc
tion to rebuilding- can be re
moved. Chicago U ahead yet
[Chicago Journa].
The real issues in the Pres
idential campaign next year
will not. be the negro, or the
Ku-Kulx, or the "rebels,," or
anything of that sort. They
will be honesty in. the admin
istration of ati'airs against cor
ruption in oflioe; the extirpa
tion of fraud and venality in
the high places and the 'low
places of the land, of money
getting arid money-spending in
politics, of bribe-taking and
gift-taking by men in office.
These will form the questions
:of tho campaign. Honest men,
of all parties, will unfurl the
banner of Keform, and march
against (lie hosts of Sectioual
Hate and Corruption.
An ointment made of char
coal and lard, applied freely
over the face, neck and hands,
is said to prevent pitting in
small-po-x: it. should h
l P - " -W Lit 1. VI
immediately upon J tho com
meneement of the disease, aud
continued until tho fover has
entirely ceased. This applica
tion not only allays tho itch
ing, but it appears to shorten
the duration o'f the disease
while it leaves'the patient en
tirely free from all blemishes;
.tho charcoal prevents th
action of light, and the' lard
that of air,
biich is, the case with the
Radical leaders everywhere
wiiue iney claim all the h on
'"iu mo'-aniy, iney
wuivoie ior drunkards, infi
ucis, and even, convicted
thieves, it oir the Radical ticket.
They express" great horror and
indignation at the Tammany
thieves in'. New York. : City,
urn warnny support and, en
dorse Grant's Colleetor Mur
phy and other Radical tluoves,
whp were connected with them
—[Hancock Courier.
Courier.
! Frost," of the Massillon In
dependent, now that the elec
tion is, over lias commenced his
anniial talk about temperance.
What Immbueerery. The old
fellow always votes the clean
Radical., ticket drunk or
sober. Ohio Patriot.
The above' ii Fro3tv but
truthful. . Stark County
Democrat.
Men who devote. all their
;ime to other people's business
lon't generally nrosner in
worldly affairs, but they'll have
their reward when' tho devil
gets them.
Sinart youhg school-ma'mns,
entirely without tho aid of a
sewing-machine,: ' - fequently
collar and cuff a email" boy in
lcs3 than thirty secouds.'
Our weather nrnnhpfu nrn.
diet fifty-six' snow's this winter. I
The Atlantic Monthly for
1872.
Tlio 'Atlantic - Monthly will bo
conducted on the emtio general' pluri '
...i.:,;u 'i i, r... .v l - . , r
iiiua. jivrviuiun) luiiimttiuea .
tho ningiuino,to (tho-best eirqlo-of -
Amei'lViiu J-ciiuoi-s, find mndo it most
tliiiiOuojily' l'eiireiH'nliitivo 5f .1JL
Aniciiciuii inloi-CHts. . It wilt, con- ,
tiune to bo tti onlyav.Dnuc.tlti'auf;h " T
which, the niosV-o'rjgnul .thinkers',
and tho, most distinguished wriierg -1 '
in thq country .."rcacu tho "publip ; .
Tho.coiHiuctpi's'o AtlRnti'c Mo,nthiy " v
have nuido arrangements by w Inch f "-;
t,lvo magazine for .tho'-coming: yeny . "
will be ,Qualvif jotaupu'ioivto any
preeeetling volumes.- 1 - . 4
First (uiiong the1 attraction" of tho " r
'Mrtgaz'mo, (fot- XH ii$ a .scrwa o$ . '
Papers - by . Dr.... . Oliver .,i:trctVdol)'"' "4
1 Ilolrncl.to- breftllTTho Poet'iUr.H.n'i'
tho Brcakfast tablo." . v ' "
Tho publishers need only any
that this fiitriea is in completion of
tho famous "Autocrat" nnd -Tro-. .
tensor"- papers wero underlake'ri,
ana llie)' ttru content to leavo its
welcome to great numbers in Eu
rope and American with.: whom thi;
namo of "Autocrat" has siueo be
como it. household word.
Sqtt'imus Fdton; or,.The Mi.i;Tr '-of
Life. A Phoslhumous Romance, by
Nathaniel llawthorne. This slqryj
recently, discovered, among ilr.
Uawthoi'iio's Manuscripts, is nip
pnsed to havo been Vi-ritle.n by him
lor tlio..-lj7!-!!V: Monthly of i$Sii, but
for some unknown reason, withcld.r
Tho sco;:o is laid in Ccncord, Mass.;
tho time is on and utter April 19,
1775, the day of the battle of Con
cord. Tlio central idea of the Ptory
Is thnt of" a deathless man, nn idea
which had a pecular fascination for
Mr. lluwthorno. Tho story sg
gests tho "Scarlet Letter" -in its
power and profound significance j
it abounds in ch'arming. pictures and
scenes such as Hawthorno delighted
to draw; and, being written during
tho War of Secession, it is vivified
by . tho jnomeiiltu events which,
deeply impressed tho author. Tho
story will begin with tho January
number and run through tho grea
ter part of tho yca,r. ,, , .
Mr. James I'tivton will contribute
throughout th.e year a eciies of
articles on "Tho Lifo of Thomas
JctTei'Soii. Thoetoryof Jc-tlyr-son'H
career in cf exceptional interest,
and will bo doubly attractive as re
latcd by Mr. Parton, tho fl'rst of liv-in-
biographers.
Mr. H. W. Longfellow Vi'ill liavo
several Poems in tlio early numbers
of tho magazine for 1S72, beginning
with January., ... -
Prof. Jnmos Dolfille, author oi
tho "Dodge Club" and "The Ameri
can Baron," will furnish n serial
story entitled "Tho Comedy of
Terror.!," to run through several
months. Tho story rolytes'tho ad
vpntures of n party ia Jontrerd,
and ufterwarda in Paris during.th i
German siego &f winter. Tt'. ia in'
Prof. De.lillo'a extravagant," hu'-
morons,, most fascinating vein. ... -,
Nr., Tames T. Fioldu will contrib
ute papers of Biographical and Lit--craiy
interest, possessing some of
.;t!ioao features which havo won so
great favor for hia series of articles
in "Our Whispering Gallery.'; ; -.
; Tho Diversion of tho. Echo' Club,
a series of papers including Trav
esties of Jodern I'octs, Discussions
of Kodern Poets and Poetry, nnd
related topics, by a distinguished"
writer, whoso namo is withhold,;..
Mr. Bret llarto will furnish
Sketches and Poem,, like tf.oso
which have gained' hi'ra so great
'renown. ' . ,
: Prof. John Fisko will contrib
ute frequent papers on Historical
.and Philosophical topics,
Mr. Henry James .lr., the foremost Xnici ioitii
wi-ili'i' of siioit ntiii-ii's, will fiirni.sli auvural
tiiliii tollie Atliinllrjiur 1K2.
Itev. W.M. linker, luitlmr iif."Tlio New Tim
'otliy," w ill ciiiitliuio lii sk'ilclic? of "l.il'u ia
tlie KnnlliwcKiy" .. .
l!i'Mlnr or nomsloiiKl rentiibiitloii.s mnvlo
Xi''eti'i from .John (!. Whlltler, Jnincs Kiia'sell
l.oivr ll. Oliver Weiuli'll Hnlines, Jjnvnril '1'iiv
lor, T. W, Mitrislnsoii, . It. Ahlrlch, Mrs. II. II.
Stown, Mii. t olia Thr.tfor, 11.11., Min. II. 1".
Siioffmil, AIM. Oiiidllna thejHliro'. Mls. E.
Stimrt I'liiil!., niul otticr well-known writnr.
t.Kiilarj;ciii('tit of Ine nlilorliil ilepari inert,
llio Kililoiinl ilepni'liiicnl, oil ho Atlmilio will
li jrieiitly t-iil Ai'Kt'il W illi tho lii'xiiininur ol'l'.io
volllliii'.fiirlHiS. iiiiil will Ini'ludo (II a lull sur.
vcy of eiinent Aniorieiin, KukIIsIi, French, niul
lirnniiu Llternlino; inonllilv comment on tlio
nioni notBwnitliy nspcets of iiolilienl ufl'.lr!:;
(1) nolienot' Mii. inil livciitn.iiiul n cniiiliil review
of )ioiulM' iniiklo ; ( I) iliM'iisalon of nrtuiiU
unlislj-j (r,) resiiineif Seiuntlllo jirogress.
'J'kkjiu. Hitifilu numbor UIpcucm. l n vciir In
nilvniu-.i' : 9 coiiieS IV: fieonies I0: 10 conlei.
M'l, im.l fl fure.cli ttci.li l.ionnl cniir;L0 cojilu.
SW niul a copy aruli. tn tho puiuoa bvnUiiiji Unit
clul), ot Jl e.ouies for tOJ.
1872. JAMES R. OSGOOD & CO., Publishers.
124 Tremont street, Boston.
The hones"t Republican city
treasurer of Philadelphia is re
ported to have "misappropria
ted" $300,000, and the chief
of the division of accounts in
tho treasury .department' is
"short". ?12,000. When a
Republican official steals, he is
only reported as' having
"misappropriated." ' AVhen
will the Radicals' cbinmenco
and follow tb tho bitter end
their thieves as tho Dcmecrats
of New York are pursuih'g tho
Tammany robbers?
Washington's" pcrvants hav
ing departed this life, tho' s'er-
vantsof Andrew Jackson have'
now began to die off in various'
Western towns.

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