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j. w. HOWEN, Editor.
McArthuj,
July 24, 1872,
Notional Nominations by the People.
FOR PRESIDENT,
HORACE GREELEY.
FOH VICE-rKESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN-
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOU SKCKETARY OF STATE,
C.EXERAI. AQ17IIXA WILEY,
of Wayne County.
Jl'DOE OP srPnEMB COURT, -Jl'DGE
JOHN I.. GREENE,
of Fruuklin County.
MEMBER OF BOAKD OF PCBLIC W0HK8,
ISAAC B. B1TEY,
of Licking County.
COUNTY TICKET.
FOR SUERIFF,
GEORGE W. I'lLCIIEK.
FOR CLERK,
GEORGE E. COOK.
FOR THE A8CRER,
NELSON RICHMOND.
FOR TROBATE JUDGE,
HERMAN 1$. MAYO.
. FOH COMMISSIONER,
IOSIAII B. MARTIN.
FOR CORONER,
GEORGE VT. GREEN.
GREELEY AND BROWN
RATIFICATION MEETING!
AT THE
AT THE COURT HOUSE, M'ARTHUR, O.,
ON
Tuesday Evening, July 30, 1872.
HON. D. J. CALLEN,
The eloquent young Irish Ora
tor of Mercer county, will pos
itively be present to address
the meeting.
Delegates will be chosen to
represent this county at the
Portsmouth Convention, to be
held August 1st, 1872.
Come Every body!
By order of Committee.
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL
CONVENTION.
The nomocracy of the several counties of the
Eleventh Congressional District, and all others
who desire to act with them, urc hereby notified
to meet In Convention, at
Portsmouth, 0., on Thursday, Au
gust 1st, 1872,
for the purpose of placing in nomination a can
didate for Congress at tho ensuing October elec
tion. Tlio ratio of renreseutntlou will he one
delegate for every two hundred votes rust for
Hon. G. W. McCook for Goveruor last fall and
one deleirnte for every fraction of one hundred-
giving to each county tho following number. of
delegates :
Countlet. Volt. Dcltgattt.
Scioto aioo is
Lawrence 1MU 8
Gallia M'.W 7
Jackson 17(18 fl
Vinton 14H1 7
Hocking 1715 0
Total number of delegate 62
The Central Committee of each county arc
requested to take tho nucessarv Bteps to secure
tho aiHiiutmeutof delegates from their respective-
counties. '
Uj- qrdor of the (Vingrcsslonnl Commlttoc,
MAKTIN CHAIN, Scioto.
JM). HAMILTON, Lawrence.
.1.1'. AI.KSHIHK. Gallia.
I'.Du UADWAY, Jackson.
J). H.JANA, Vinton.
J. D. l'OSTOX, Hocking.
Our County Ticket.
"Which wna selected at the
Primary Election last Satur
day, will be found in the prop
er place in this paper. Wei
have only room to say this
week that the nominations for
the county offices are yery
good, and will merit the cor
dial approbation of erery Dem
ocrat in the county.
The selections were made
from a large number of the
best and most competent men
ot the county, erery Democrat
ic voter having the privilege
of going to the voting places
in the county and casting a
vote for such men' as .he desir
ed to fill the several offices.
A Liberal Republican in
Cincinnati suggests that a pa
per friendly to Greeley and
lirown should be; left at the
Liberal Republican Committee
Rooms, and that all Liberal
Republicans in the county be
requested to drop in ' as they
pass and enroll their names.
It is his opinion that a thousand
111 !
names coum ne procured m
less than a week, and the oue-
ry of tho Grantites as to who
tno .Liberal Kcpublicans are
will be very satisfactorily an
swered. We think the sug
gestion a good one. t. ;
Result of the Democratic
Primary Election.
The following exhibits the
result of the vote, in each
township, at the Democratic
Primary Election for the nom
ination of couuty officers, held
on Saturday last:
EAHLE.
Sliorlff.-U. W. l'ilcher, 8; J. J. Shockey, 0; 8.
Shipley
tierk! C'. W. Holland, 4; G. K. Cook, ; N.
Dixon, in. .... ,, ,
Treasurer. N. llicbmond, 5; H. Reynolds, 84.
l'lolmtuJudge.-ll. It. .Mayo, 0); 1J. W. kelch 1.
Comiiiissioiier. U. JI. Swaiin, 17, J. U. Mar
tin, S.
Coroner. G.-W. Green, 3; Scattering, 1.
. SWAN.
Sheriif. l'ilcher, 11 ; Sliockoy, 9; Shipley. .
ClorU. Midland 13; Cook, 1; Dixon, .1.
Treasurer. Iticlii'mmd, 15; lteynolds, 11.
l'robute Judge Mayo. 14; Kolch, 1.
Commissioner. Swuini, l'l; .Martin .
uuiiWN.
Slieriir.-I'ilcher, S4; Shockey, ; Shipley 31.
( lerk. Holland, '.Vi; Cook, 31; DImiii, .
Treasurer. Uichnumd, !."; lteynolds, 11.
1'iobate Judge. .Mayo, Mi; Kelch, 1.
Commissioner. Swuim. 4; Martin, 41.
Coroner. Green, 33.
JACKSON.
sheriff. rileher, Hi; Shockey, 5; Shipley, .
( lurk. Holland, m; i ook, j
Treasurer. ICiehmoiid, 4; Reynolds 111.
Probate Judge. Mayo, 1(1; Kelch, H.
Commissioner. Swaiin, 13; Martin, 1U.
Coroner. Green,
ELK.' .
Sheriff. l'ilcher, SO; Shockey, 85; Shipley, S3.
Clerk. Holland. 1U5; Cook, 33; Dixon, tt.
Treasurer. Richmond, 70; Reynolds, 71.
I'robato Judge. Mayo, 137; Kelch, 1.
Commissioner. Swtvini, OH: Martin, tl'J.
Coroner. Ureen, 40; F. if. Dowd, 88; 1. 11.
Clark, 4. .
MADISON.
Sherlff.-l'Jlchcf, 14; Shockey, B; Shipley, 110.
Clerk. Holland, 52; Cook, 82; Dixon, .
Treasurer. Kiohmoud, MS; Keyuslds, 0.
Probate Judgo. Mayo, 111 ; Koleh, 8(1.
Commissioner. Swnliu 14; Martin 110.
Coroner. Green, 100.
VINTON.
Sheriff. l'ilcher, 32: Shockey, 18; Shipley, S.
Clerk. Ilollaud, 8; Cook. 44; Dixon, .
Treasurer. Uiclimond, 40; Reynolds 8.
Probate Judge Mayo, GU; Kelch, 1.
( omniissioiier. Swaiin, 0; Martin, 42.
Coroner. Green, 80.
8. 0UKT0K.
Sheriff. l'ilcher, 7; Shockey, IS; Shipley, 7.
Clerk. Holland, 4; Cook, 111; Dixon, 6.
Treasurer. Uiclimond, 21 ; Reynolds, 0.
I'robato Judge. Mayo, 22 : Kelch, 8.
Commissioner. Swaim, 1(1; Martin, 0.
Coroner. Green 17.
N, CLINTON.
Slierin".-Pilchcr,S4; Shockey, 8; Shipley, 12.
Clork. Holland. 4; Cook, 80: Dixon, 1;
Treasurer. Richmond, 40; Reynolds 1.
Probate Judge. Mayo, 84; Kelch, 4.
Commissioner. Swaiin, 24; Martin, 14.
Coroner. Green, 85.
N. RICItLASD.
Slicriff.-Pllchcr, 70; Shockev, 24; Shipley, 8.
Clerk. Holland, 81 ; Cook, lf; Dixon, 55.
Treasurer. Uiclimond, 05; Ueynohls 85.
Probate Judge. Mayo, 87; Kelch, 10.
Commissioner. Swaiin, 30; Martin, 05.
Coroner. Green, 14.
. 8. RICHLAND.
Sheriff. Pllcher, 54; Shockey, 3; Shipley, .
Clerk. Holland, 5; Cook, 17; Dixon, 4.
Treasurer. Richmond, 22; Reynolds, 4.
Probate Judge. Mayo, S3; Kelch, 8.
Commissioner. Swaiin, 13; Murtlu, 13.
Coroner. Green, 25.
IIAUKISON.
Sheriff. l'ilcher, 20; Shockev, 2; Sbiplev, 1.
Clerk. Holland, 13; Cook, ; Dixon, 2(i.
Treasurer. Richmond, 23; Reynolds, 11.
Probate Judge. Mayo, ; Kelch, 31;
Commissioner. Swaiin, 31; Martin, .
VII.KESVILLE.
Shcriff.-Pilclier, 60; Shockey, 27; Shipley, 5.
Clerk. Holland, ;(Cook, SSjiDixon, .'
Treasurer. Richmond, 82; Reynolds, 50.
Probate Judge Mayo, 711; Kelch, 1;
Commissioner. Swuim, 12; Martin, 09.
Coroner. Green, 77; Scattcrin 3
KNOX .
ShcrilV.-Pilclicr, 1 : Shockey, 1(1; Shipley, 14.
Clerk. Holland. 22; Cook, 11; Dixon, .
Treasurer. Richmond, 25; lteynolds, 6.
Probate Jndge! Mayo, 7; Kelch, 23.
Commissioner. Swaiin, ; Martin, 84.
Coroner. Green, 85.
TOTAL IN TIIE COUNTY.
Sheriff.-Pilclier, 304; Shockey, 104; Shipley,
215. l'ilcher' majority, TO.
Clerk. Holland, 8U3; Cook, 874; Dixon, 124.
Cook's majority, 71.
Treaiiircr. Uiclimond, 628; Ueynohls, 200.
Richmond's majority, 208.
ProbatoJudge.-Mayo, 030; Kelch, 135. Mayo"
majority, 504.
Comiiiissioiier. Swaiin, 258; Martin, 491.
Martin'smajority, 23.'!.
Coroner. Green, 435; Scattering, 30. Green's
majority, 31MI. , .
The Blues and the Greys.
The campaign of Greeley
and Brown is beginning to de
velop some features of peculiar
interest and beauty. The
questions involved in the cam
paign, and the new attitude of
parties and many old political
opponents, are exceedingly fa
vorable for tho exhibition of
the true spirit which should an
imate a republic. Ihere 19 a
design on foot to give this
spirit form and substance and
expression more eloquent than
any form of political harangue.
A Greeley'and Brown club is
to be organized at St. Louis,
under the name of "The Blues
and the "Greys." It is not a
ward club. The membership
i9 to be drawn from St. Louis
county, and will be composed
only of men who were enlisted
in the late war on one side or
the other. Those who were in
the' Northern army will be uni
formed in blue, and those who
were in the Southern army will
wear the grey; and the blue
and grey will march side by
side in precession, an equal
number ot each, work like
brothers for a common cause,
and strike for the success of
that cause at the ballotsbox. ,
The Grant Treasurer of Aid
township, Lawrence county,
Joseph Duucan, ran off, last
April, with $1,500 of the town
ship. tunds. He was caught in
Kansas a few days age, and is
now 8leepinff in the . Ironton
jail. Poor fellow! They
ought to let him out this fall
to vote for Grant.
There was no bolt at the
Baltimore Convention as the
sick Grantites hoped and pre
dicted there would be. Gree
ley was nominated with only
two or three dissenting voices.
The opposition to Grant in
tends to clean out the Radical
party this fall.
The Hocking Valley Camp
Meeting will be held at Logan,
commencing August '22d, and
continuing one week.,.
Bundy Nominated for Congress.
The Grant Convention as
sembled at Portsmouth, last
Wednesday and after making
a few "hooks and crooks'' nom
inated Hon. II. S. Bundy for
Congress. This is a very un-?
satisfactory nomination to a
large portion of the Radicals
of the district. Some of them
"talk out loud in the meet
ing." Wo find the following
dispatch from Portsmouth, in
last Saturday's Cincinnati En
quirer: "Your roiTt'spojitlcnt lnis
been shown letters from .-ill
parts of this Congressional Dis
trict, from leading men of tlie
Liberal Republican and Dem
ocratic parties, pointing unmis
takably to the nomination . of
Colonel Norton, of Lawrence
county, for Congress. Such a
man can defeat Bundy,'and the
indications are. that he will re
ceive the nomination. Law
rence county wants a repre
sentative in the next Congress,
and she could select no better
man than Colonel -Norton.
The matter has already leaked
out here in ring circles, and
causes them much trouble, as
the gag they applied to the
Lawrence delegation created a
very bad feeling.
That grand outpouring of
the people, one night last week,
at Cleveland, in the Park, to
ratify the nomination of Gree
ley and Brown, was an aston
isher to the Postmasters, Col;
lectors of Revenue, U. S. Mar
shals and their innumerable
deputies aud hangers-on. It
indicated very clearly to them
that the contest now waged by
the omece holders against the
People, that the latter were
uppermost. The partisans ot
Grant found in that crowd last
night hundreds of men who
were formerly with them shout
ing for Grant and cheering for
the platform, that throws be
hind it the "wreck and rubbish
of worn out contentions and
by-gone feuds,"' and embodies
the needs, wants and aspira
tions of the day.
The following 'gossip about
the Massachusetts Governor
ship appears in the Springfield
Republican:
"The chance of a candidate
on the Greeley side begins to
be agitated. Some of the Dem
ocrats want to nominate Charles
Francis Adams (the father);
others talk of Charles Sumner;
others of F. W. Bird, and of
General Bartlett. Ihere is lit
tle prospect of nominating ei
ther oumner .or Adams, I think;
but C. F. Adams. Jr.. mav dob-
sibly be the candidate. Prob
ably, however, the chance will
fall on Mr. Bird or General
Bartlett, either of whom would
make a good run, and against
Butler could be elected."
The Grant leaders and or
gans are dreadfully 'skeered.'
They ape alarmed at the de
velopment of the canvass in
North Carolina, Morton states
that matters look dubious in
Indiana, and they must have
money to use at once to save
the. State. He is more anxious
about the Legislature than
about anything else; for that
chooses a United State's Sena
tor in his place. Pennsylvania
is also crying for help, and in
this, as in a others, it is a cry
for money; it is 'lopey or we
are lost' from ali quarters.--Senator
Wilson says he never
saw the political horizon look
so alarmingly blue.
The Kenton Democrat Har
din County, Ohio,) published
last week a call for a ratifica
tion meeting, which is signed
by fortytwo Republicans who
declare their intention to vote
for GVeeley. It is not un
common thing to hear of a Lib
eral Republican or two about
these days.
Senator T. F. Bayard, of Del
aware, who opposed the nonii
nation of Greeley in the Balti
more Convention, has since
written a letter to the Democ
racy of Delaware urging them
to support him.
Every man in Vinton coun
ty who wants reform and econ
omv in the administration of
public affairs, will vote against
Grant and corruption. ,
Absconded.
[From the Waverly Watchman.]
wood,
Pension Agent t this
place, lit outlast week for parts
unknown, leaving-behind him
numerous creditors who deep
ly mourn his sudden departure.
Underwood came to this place
in 1860, from Cincinnati, aud
opened a law office and engag
ed in the business of collecting
and settling estates, and prose
cuting claims against the Gov
eminent for pensions, bounties,
tfce. During the. war, and up
to a recent (lite, lit- did a lnrg
amount of biisine-s in this line,
and it was thought by many
that lii.s financial circumstances
were such th;it lie. could afford
to Ik; honest, but he lias disap
pointed nil such, and demon
strated himself to be either a
poor manager or an an unscru
pulous villain. His defalcation
will not fall short of twenty
thousand dollars most of
which belongs to soldier's wid
ows and children. It is thought
by man Jhat Underwood,
when he left, had five or' ten
thousand dollars of his ill-gotten
gains in his possession.
Judge Underwood was "Loyal
al to the core," and was a "high
pressure" Grant man. So it
goes. ' .
Calling the Roll.
[From the New York Sun.]
Mr. Lincoln's first Cabinet
consisted of Messrs. Seward,
Chase, Cameron, Wells, Blair,
Smith and Bates. The two
last named are dead. Came
ron is for Grant. Chase, Wells
and Blair are for Greeley.
Where stands Governor Sew
ard? When Mr. Lincoln first be
came President there were thirty-one
Republicans in the Sen
ate. Of these Senators six are
dead, thirteen are for Grant,
ten are for Greeley, and of the
opinions of the remaining two
we have as yet no certain in
formation. We refer, to Mr,
Harris, of New York, and Mr.
Clark, of New Hampshire.
Nevertheless we are told that
the Republican party is almost
a unit for Grant. Do i.ot facts
like the above finally contra
dict this impudent assertion?
Three Cheers for the Merchant
Prince!
A. T. Stewart, the richest
merchant in the world, whore
rides in New York City, and
who has heretofore been sup
posed to be in favor of the re
election of Grant, on Thursday
last, manifested a very substan
tial preference for Horace
Greeley by sending his check
for twenty thousand dollars
$20,000 to the Democratic
Executive Committee. Hur
rah for Stewart! How do yqu
feel now, Grantites? You see
that Stewart wants to got rid of
the thieves in the New York
Custom House J
We have the Radicals pn
the run! The honest Repub
licans are deserting their ranks
by more than platoons; they
are coming over to us by the
regitnept Never has the
country witnessed such a furore
for any man for President as
that now exhibited fqr Cjrep
ley, the old philosopher who
wants a true and lasting peace
between sections estranged by
a bloody and civil strife. Ifor
therri and Southern men the
boys in blue and boys in gray
are with each qther in support
of the goodroid-Tnan, 1 whose
kind heart, now that the war
between brothers is over, would
bury its unpleasant memories,
ana rorever reconcile tnose wno
were so sadly estranned.
Stokes has been tried for the
cool-blooded)., raurcfer of tfim
Jrisk in .New York. The trial
occupied 22 days, resulting in.
a hung jury. The jury were
out three days and nights. It
is said that nine stood for bring
ing in a verdict for murder, two
for acquittal, and ope fqr man
slaughter. The jury was dis
charged. Another trial of
the case will probably take
place within three months.
. A late Long Branch item
informs an admiring public that
"General Grant's turnout, pre
sented to hiru by Tom Murphy
and others. . excited considera:
ble attention." His other
turnout, to be presented to him
next fallby.thejLiberalKepub
licans and others, will excite
[N. Y. Tribune.
[For the McArthur Enquirer.]
From Jackson—Bursting of
a Grant Soap-Bubble—
Wells in the Field
Agan.
Editoe Enquirer : -I see
the following Editorial in the
Vinton Record: "The follow
ing is a copy of a call issued by
a large number of the leading
Democrats of Jackson county.
It speaks for itself, and we un
derstand it was signed by over
200 prominent Democrat."
The fact isthat the call was made
in the name of, and "by order of
thepeople;" when, in fact, it was
not thepeople, but a few indi
viduals who got u,the call as
the result must have proven on
last Saturday. The time hav
ing arrived for the meeting
every elfort was made to get
up a crowd, and seven straigut
outers were all that could be
found. Quite a number of Re
publicans or Grant men were
present', among whom the in
domitable Harvey Wells de
serves great credit for carry
ing around those posters, and
representing that it was sign
ed by 200 prominent Demo
crats; when in fact he knew
that there was no such number
attached to the call. I write
this for the benefit of such as
have had any comfort from the
aforesaid posters. .'
Yours, &c,
EYE WITNESS.
Jackson, O., July 20, 1872.
Primary Meeting of Liberal
Republicans at Ironton,
O., July 20, 1872.
Assembled by calling to" the
Chair, E. C. Sloan, and J. T.
Rodman, Secretary.'
On motion ; the Chair ap
pointed the following as a Tem
porary Executive Committee :
John S. George,- John Couch,
J. T. Rodman, Leo Ebert, and'
J. H. Burgees.
The followiug was unani
mously adopted :
Resolved, That tho Temporary
Executive Committeo bo instructed
to suggest tho holding of Maes Con
vention of Liberal llepubllcans of
this District at Portsmouth, Ohio,
August 1st, 1872, at 9 o'clock A.M.,
at Wilhelm'a Opera House, to or
ganize a Delegate Convention for
the purpose of nominating a Mem
bor of Congress, and that wo nek
tho co-oporation of the Liberal Re
publicans of this District, and that
tho proceedings of this meeting be
published in the several papers of
this District, and the liberal papers
of Cincinnati.
Adjourned to meet on call of
Executive Committee.
E. C. SLOAN, Ch'n.
J. T. RODMAN, Sec'y.
The debts of the ten Southern
States have been nearly quad
rupled under the maladmins
tration and plunderings of the
carpet-baggers, who have been
sustained and upheld by the
present National Administra
tion. . pefore these States pame
under carpet-bag control the
entire debt of the ten States
was $76,41 5,300. Now it has
reaphet $2n,q26,Qio, an in
creasp off 215,20,71 5. Here
we baye a,n" increase ef pyer
two hundred millions In the
debt of those States. Such
are the blessings of the State
Governments which Grant has
been forcing upon the fSouth
and sustaining by both the
civil and mititary power of the
Adrainjstran,''
The name of Col, Norton, of
Irouton, lias been prominently
considered 1n connection with
the Liberal-Democratic nomi
nation for Congress in the
Eleventh Ohio District, There
is much dissatisfaction In the
district at I he manner is which
Mr. Neal was slaughtered by
the friends of Bundy, at the
Portsmouth Convention; and
with such a man as Col. Nor
ton to lead the opposition there
is little doubt that .the Rever
end .Ifejsekiah will bj pernaitc
ted to continue uninterrupted
ly in his pasturage on the huck
leberry knobs of Jackson coun
[Cincinnati Enquirer.
A. T. Stewart, when asked
how he was gopgj to yofe, sim
ply replied:. f'l have been
swindled out of twenty-six
thousand dollars by the gener
al order busiuess.' He sent
his check for $20,000 to" the
National Democratic Execu
tive pommittpe.
The name of John T. Wih
son who misreproseuted this
J'll. ! VI - J 1 l
uiswius in congress, uow mat
he is in the Democratic dis
trict of Ross and Pike, declines
to be a candidate for Congress
John is very .wise this time.
Democratic and Liberal Republican
MASS CONVENTION
AT
COLUMBUS, OHIO,
COLUMBUS, OHIO, JULY 31, 1872.
in pursuance of Instructions from the Dcino
eratls State Convention, lately auseinhjed in
Cleveland, Ohio, and of a resolution of the State
Central Committeo of the Liberal Republican
party in Ohio, directing the Chairman -of Bald
political' organization to act in conjunction in
calling a Mass Convention of Democrats and
Liberal Republicans of this State at a time and
place to be agreed on, the undersigned invito all
Democrats, Liberal Republicans, and others in
favor of the election of Horaco Greeley of New
York for President, and B. Grata Brown of Mia
souri for Vice President of the United States, to
assemble at Columbus, Ohio on tho Slst DAY
OK JULY, 1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., in Mass
Convention, for the i purposo of ratifying tho ac
tlon of the Cincinnati, Cleveland and Baltimore
Conventions, and of select Inn candidates for
Kloctors of President and Vice President for
the State at large, and for tho transaction of
such other busiuess as may bo necessary to In
uro success in the coming campaign. Those
present from the scvornl Congressional districts
respectively In Convention, nro requested to
meet at Columbus, at 10 o'clock A. M., at places
to be hereinafter destgnatod, and ttiore appoint
two persons to represent them in a joint com
niltteo of all said districts, whoso duty it will
be to present to said Convention tho names of
two persons to servo as such Kloctors for tho
State at largo. Our candidate for Vice Presi
dent, B. GIIATZ BltOWN, Beuators CAUL
SCIIUUZ and LYMAN TRUMBULL and cx-
Senator THOMAS HENDRICKS and C. . R.
BUCKALKW, and other distinguished speak
ers, have been invited to address tho Conven
tion. Half-faro arrangements have beon secur
ed over all railways lending into Columbns.
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman Democratic State Central Com.
R. BRINKERHOFF.
Chairman Liberal Republican Ex. Com.
Grant's Ticket Complete.
The Grant organs have not
given the' full ticket nominated
at Philadelphia. Here it is
complete:
FOR PKKRIDKNT OP TIIK UNITED STATES.
U. 8. Grant, 8nlury 2B,000
POK VICK-1'ltE.HIHKNT OP TIIK UNITKD STATES.
Henry Wilson, salary 8,000
FOR INDIAN THAUK IN NKW MKXIC'O.
James Dent (Grant's brother-in-law) 45,000
FOR VINTED STATES HAnHIIAL, DISTRICT OF CO
1.UHI1IA. Alexander Sharp (Grant's brother-in-law) 9,000
POR POSTMASTER, COVINGTON, KY.
Jesse R. Grant (Grant's Father) 8,000
FOR POOR KEEPER OF WHITE HOUSE,
F. T. Dent (Grant's brother-in-law)....... .6,000
POR APPRAISER OF CfgT)US, SAN FRANCISCO.
Geo. W. Dent (Grant's brother-in-law) ... .6,000
FOR MINISTER TO DENMARK.
Rev. M. G. C'ramor (Grant's brolhor-in-law) 7,600
FOR ASSESSOR OP INTERNAL REVENUE, EUIRD
DISTRICT OF OHIO.
G. B. Johnson (Grant's mother's second
cousin) 10,000
FOR CLERK IN REGISTER OFFICE,
Adam Dent (Grant's brother-in-law's third
cousin; l,ouo
FOR MINISTER TO GU AT AM ALA.
Silas Hudson (Grant's cousin) 7,500
FOR KHRPER OP PUBLIC STORK IN NEW YORK.
Geo. K. Leet (Grant's Brothcr-in-liw)s
COU9111; tiu,uou
FOR CLERK IN FIFTH ATDITOR'g OFFICE.
Orlando IL Ross (Grant's cousin) 1,000
FOR COLLECTOR OF NKW ORLEANS.
J. F. Casey (Grant's brother-in-law) 80,000
FOR PQSTMASTKH OF NEWPORT, KENTUCKY.
G. B. Winans (Grant's second cousin) 3,000
Copperhead Snake in a Lady's
Clothes.
A few days since. Mrs. Sa
rah McNabuey daughter ot
James McNabney, of Concord
townsuip, seateq herself on a
fence near her father's house.
Shortly after she felt very sick
and went to the house and V' m
ited very freely. She then
disrobed herself for bed. She
thep vyajked out upon the
porcli and unloosed the gar
ments next toher person, when
out leaped a large snake. Her
screams brought her father to
the spot. ll killed the snake
and threw it upon the roof.
In the morning he examined it,
found, it to be of the copper
head species, about three feet
long. Miss MoNahnev had no
intimation of the presence of
tne snake, and it is wonderful
thaMt could work itself into
the intricftcies of her garments
without Vr knowledge.' It
did not reach her person or it
certainly would have . bitten
her, causing, probably, fatal re-
suits.-LUliiilicotue Advertiser.
There seems to have hemt a
well defined fatal caca of chole
ra in New Vork City, one day
week before last, and it is fear
ed that the western, country
may h,ave a. visitation of this
dreadful epidemic during the
present summer. Keep clean.
Let intoxicating drinks alone,
, Grant says he likes a little
peace once in a while. His
constitution seems to be adapt
ed to that sort of thing, Let's
Qiye him a surfeit of it,
The result of the Primary
Elections held in the several
townships,' on Saturday last,
will be found in , another part
part of this paper."
The Grant papers are des
perately ill-tempered in speak
ing of Greeley.
Those opposed to the sus
pension of the writ of habeas
pqrpns should vote for Greeley.
ForAyor'u Medicines, go toGi
W, Slsson'B, ' . ; .
Thin is tho time of year to bow
Turnip Sood.
Don't . fail to visit Dr. Bowors,
Dontist. Booms at Hulbort llouso.
. Coroner
Mil. Eiitoii:-A ihe Grant I'.nty in VlnUm
county will need u .oniiici.-iil i or.inu: , 1; t'lwo
announce that 1IAUVKV WKI.I.M, ol Wilkes
ville, will make a iihwI. emniielenl iiliher. anil
oblige, VOTKIW OF WII.KKSN 1 l.l.l'..
DIED.
On thesis of July, ls"i, of whooping cough,
Nora K., Daughter of G. K. .Atkinson, of Mad
ison township, aged 8 years, 8 months and U7
days.
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LOWELZ, MASS., V. S. A.
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