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MARTHUR, ' VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1872, ;
1.50 PER TEAR, 1
NO. 33.
VOL. 6.
f J.W.BOWEN,
Pabliiher aud Proprietor. )
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
TIME TABLE.
On and attar Juno 0, 1871, Trlans ,'wiU
run as roiiowa :
-a :
8
S!
82
632.
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'it '3 7: a 71
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51 :
552
ss2asa
-a
CINCINNATI KXPIIESH will rim ilnlly
All othor TniliiH dally, exoopt Bundivy.
CINCINNU'I EXPRESS EAST makes no
qtop but wen ii Hiuudun and Atliona.
Portsmouth Branch.
tlnU, Aooommodutton.
8..10P. M. 0:00 A. H.
4.09 " 7.01) "
fl.H(l " 10.WI "
S.30 A. M. 12-aO P. M.
lO'.BO " 4:00 "
11.30 P.M. 6.17 "
Dep. Ilumdmi
Jaokitou
ArW. PorlHinnuth
Dep. PoriHmi.iHli
Arv. Jftfllcsou
Hnmdon
Trains Connect at Loveland
For all points on the Littlo Miami Ruilroad.snd
at the Indianapolis ft Cincinnati Railroad Junc
tion ! nil points West.
V. W: PEABOPV, ' .
htniArnf Trnnnportattfm,
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and after Monday, November 10, Trains
will run'as follows , : 1
J3A.8TWABD.
(Xn'nali
Pant
Lint.
iiaiT
itrprs
Pepsrt
parliornbiKtf
Cumberlttnil
IUrper'iF.rry, ....
ji;;tottJuuo 'Vi
....""irrlTB
Bultlmor
Watblngten
Phlladalphl
Jfeur tork
8 58 Am
40Pm
(83 Am
6 61 ,,
sua''
845 "
80 Pro
8 44 Am
1 19 Pm
4 46 "
BOB
95
ova
IN "
8KB
10 00 "
IM Am
a id
10 00 "
ltOPm
410 "
19i84Pm
NewYorb
rlt.
19 80 Pm
19 M Am
8 80 Am
9:!0Pm
4:00 Am
1:00 Pm
8l60Am
BiZO "
lil4 "
8:46 Am
11 00
f hlladslphla.
114oPm
Wrtsniiigion ..-!
Baltimore. .........
,.T. Arrive .........
Wftthlngton Juno'a.
Harper's Ferry..,.
Oum norland
Parkertburir
3 46 Pin
QQ "
lQ
19 On Pm
8 00 '
406 Am
4 85
ens
10 89 "
6 95 "
6 00 Pin
J?allmn Fio Drifln(f Eoon) SlMplng Cri
Which are as oomfortaiile, olegantly furnlshod,
and almost equal to tlre-ilde, are on all Trains
fro in Olnolnrijitl to Baltimore nd Washington.
4stj9otiedtile;o( Mjrlett undCHnolnnsti Riill
lyay (or tlnj'o At ii'dy'iya and deplirtlng from
6Artlur. 1
fhe d vantages of this route over sll others
It, thtit It ayt all travelers lioldlng through
lok.ti th4 prlvllPS "f V'lltlng Baltimore,
MUadolphla, ar,4 ths tonal OApl(n) fj-se,
Tlmeqliluker and rate of fure lower than by
Any othor lino.
Ths scenery along this Hallway is not equaled
for grandeur on this Ootnlneni,
to shippersof fueioht.
This line ofl'orn suporlnr Inducements tho
raUilrbongon-tlilrildowAr toi)d from lloston,
rW York, or anjr other Kiintorn polntj In or
during goqds of any description from the Kust
lilveilipectlons to sllp llajtlmoro t Ohio
R, Ht,nd In shipping Bast gl ye sumo directions.
J?regltshuu0(l by this rpqtewlll liave ies.
p.coh, and be bsndlwl with oro and save
shippers mnoh money. J. L. WILSON,
Mutter Trsnsportatlon, Baltimore.
O, R. BLANOHARD,
Oon. Kroight Ag't, Bultlmore. '
' L. M.COLE, .
H. B. J0NK8, Oen. Ticket Ag't, Baltimore.
.flen, Pwm, Ag't. (llnclnnati.
Capitol and Eastward. Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
and Southwest.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
ThoQrnnt Through Mall and Kxprest Pas.
tengur Line to St, Louis, Khiihiis Oity.Ht.
Joseph, Denver, San Kranclsoo, and all point
in Missouri, Kansas snd (Colorado,
The shortest and only direct route to Indian
anolli, Lafiiyettu, Torre Haute, Oambrldgo
City, Sprlngllold, Peoria, nurllngton. Ohlongo,
Milwaukee, Bt. Paul, and nil points in the
JJjol-Uiiyeiit. , ,,
.TIie Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayette
llallroiul, with its Connoctinns, now oiTiirt pas
sengers more fmll I l ien in Through Couch and
Hloimlng Oar Service than nny other lino from
Olnnlnnatl, having tho advantsgo of Through
Piillv Oars from Cincinnati to St. Louis, Kan
sas Oity.Ht. Joseph, l'eorln,Hnrlligton,(;lilcsgo,
Oiniilia, and all Intnriiioillalo points, presenting
to Colonist and Families such comforts snd
aoooinniodtttlona .at are nfl'ordud iby no other
lioiltq.
I Through TlokeU nn Baggage Chocks to all
points. ,
i'J,'mliilosv9 0lnoiinatlfttT;no A. 8;00 P,
nd:00P. M. '
Tickets can ho obtained at No. 1 Burnet
Uojisn, corner Third ami Vine Publlo Land
ing, corner Main and Itlveri also, at Depot,
corner I'lum and Pearl Street, Olnolnnatl, O.
Bo sure to purcliaso tlokots via IndlHiispolls,
Cliiolnnntiand Lafiiyetto.ltiillrniul.
'-'. , 4. L.HAURINGRE,
Chief Tlokol (Jlerk, Master Trunnportutlon,
Clnolniiatl, Cinolunat
Railway Time.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY.
, 19 the Shortest, Quickest
and ouly Road running its en
tire trains through to
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Our arrangements and con
nections with all lines from St,
Louis- and Louisville are, per
feet, Reliable and complete foi
all points
This is the shortest and best
route to-Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, ' St. Joseph
and to all points- in Missouri,
Kansas and .Nebraska.
Through Tickets and ful
information as to time and
fare, can he, obtained at any
R. R. Office or at our office ii
Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Oen, Kast Pan. Agent,
CINCINNATI.
V. It. IIALK, Gen. Pas, and Ticket A (ft.,
8T. LOUl
1ST I SO
I
VANDALIA
VANDALIA ROUTE WEST.
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
EXPUESS TRAIN8 leave Indiaiinpollf
t ilaliv, excojit BiiiKiuy, lor sr. j.ums unn
Til IS WJtST.
rpIIE only Lino riiiiniiig PULL,MAN'8 celo-
1 Dnitcil Drawing-room oiooping i;rsirom n
7.. Pltt8l)iirh. .(,'olumlniH, Louisvillo, Cin
ulnnnti, unci inillnjiuixills, to Bt. Lnuls without
unangu.
I'lisoiiKPrs slioulil remember Unit this is the
urontwoat liouiiu noute lor liiiiiHiis uny,
Leavenworth, Lawrence, Topeka, Junc
tion City, Fort Hiiott aud St, Joseph.
raiirtn urn To KANSAS, for tho pur
tlVllUnMra I nosoOfostJiWIsliln them-.
HeivuM in nuw ni)Hititwiii iiiivu iiuunii uiMuiiiii-
liiHtlon nini oln t hu i-lavor Dv this J.lno. hhi.
iHfiictory cnmniiitution on regular rates will be
Kivnn to Colonist and larRO parties tinvelinit
toKethur; and their baggage, emigrant on t Jit
and stock will ho shipped on tho most l'uvorit-
oie lorniB, presenting io
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
Sucti comforts Mid tccommodntlons as are pre,
souted by NO OTUKR ROUTE.
TTCKEI.S nnn 1 nhtnlnpil .tall therjrlnolnnl
Ticket Ollices in the Eastern, Middle and
Southern fcjtutei. ' .
O. K. K-O I.LETT,
Oonoral PnsHonger Agent, St. I-ouis
ROUT. EMMETT,
Eastern Passenger Agent, Indianapolis,
JOHN E. SIMPSON,
General Superintendent, Indianapolis.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Ou and fitter December 10th, 1871, Trains will
nn as follows:
Dtpari. r Depart
Athens u ao M. . 1:10 p. m.
" j4rri!ii. Arrtot.
Columbus,.. 9:50 A. M. 6.40 p. M.
Pittsburgh.. 8:o r. u. 1:00 a. m
Cleveland... 8:68 " 7:80 . '
Xonla 19:10 " 7:60 "
Davton 1-0B " 9:W "
Richmond... 8:96 " 11:17 "
Indianapolis 6:10 " 9:20 A.M.
Chicago.... .19:18 A. M, , 8:80 "
Close connection made at Lancsster for Clr
elevllle, Znnesvillo, and nil points on the Cin
cinnati and Musklflsiim Valley Rsllroad.
Direct connections mnde at Columbns for
Dayton, Springfield, Indianapolis, Chicago,
and all points West. Alto, for Cleveland,
Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and sll points East.
Take the Hooklna Vallev snd Psn Handle
route to Chtcsgo and the Northwest, It la the
shortest by tlxty-ilx miles, giving passongers
the benefit of quicker time and lower rate
than by any other line.
' J, yf. DOHERTT,
Buperlntendfnt.
S. A. BtjlLt,, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On nd after MOJJDAY, Mar ma, m, Kx
preisTrslns will KBaVI COLUMBUS and
OHESTLINB and AHhivc at points named be
low, as rouowsi
Ststiont. No. S.
Vo.4.
m m !
No. 6.
Oolumbut: IlilOsm
Crestline l2:S0pm
Cleveland ,'8 :4pm
Ruffalo 10:60 pm
tHagaraFallt..,.7:O0a in
liy n m
:ouam
7:80sm
' 9:00 Dm
om
4ii0pm
8:46 am
4:40 pm
Rocheittr
Albnny
Rotton.
a
D
D:uopm
. 1:80am
11 :00 s m
am s
pm
11 :9(l D
Vewyork Cty.,8.:QR m
:4usm
tjrestllns ...lIMnpta
PllUburg (85 p m
886 p m
196am
TMi
1481
i a m
n m
namtourg Tioam ,iiai
Baltimore 10 40 am. f 40
Wsshlngion.,,. 110pm J'iS
Phllsdorplirs...lll5ni 1 16
1128m
a40m
m
m
16 bm
TlkiatV
Crestline 1180 p m
.. i J.... v:i
7 46 p m 6 65 a m
Fort Wayne ... , IS 80 a rn.
Chlosgq ..;.... ljilljp.m
nam jiwsm
am nuupm
JtfejT-No. 4, leaving Colunibus at 4:10 p. m.
'no. leaving piuinuim ni. in.
'hrongh Caru DoiWare forSprlniflold,
nas a rnrougn
rescnii)
Tmln
ley Railroad connect with No. 41 Train. Through
Tickets for snle at Athens. .
PASSENGER TRAINS returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:86a. m. 11 ilB a. m. and 9 :60 a, m,
ffSTPalaoe Day and Sleeping; Oars
On All Trains.
."'o'vilng potimbitt Bi86 a m, pn
Snndav, runs through without detention, by
both Brls nd Nevr fork Central Railways,
jrjjvjiyjatNow Vortt on Monday rnornlng at
For'paVtloular information In regard to
through tlokots, time, connections, eto.,. to all
points Esst, West, North snd South, apply to
oraddreseB. FORD, Oolnmbiis, Ohio.
E. 8. FLINT. Oon. Superintendent,,
JAMEb PATTERSON,
(4en, Agent, Columbus, O. . ,,
EUGENE FORI), , , ...
Pminw) A -'- abut, O;
Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE.
To Stockholders of the G. McA.
& C. R. R. Co.
ALL persont having tnbtnrlbcd to the Capl
tiil Stock of the Qalllpnlls, McAWhnr A
Columbus Hiillrond'OO., ale nereliv required to
make uiiymeiit to the Secretary of tho Compa
ny, akhiMolllec In Giilllpolls.Ohlo, and parties
living In Vinton county. Ohio, may make pny
nient, If more convenient, to Danish, WIll,
l'rcslilentnf the Vinton County Hank,, instal
ments on thelrsubsorlptlons. as follows:
A 4th Instalment of 10 per cent., on or before
July 99, 1879. ' ' ; ' ' ' ; , 1
A 5tli Instalment of 10 por cent., on or before
August 89. 1H79. - j '
A lllh lostnlinentof 10 nor qent., on or before
8npteinbcr9ll, IS79. " " '
i 7th instalment of 10porcpnt., pn or before
OctolM-rM. 187U.
An 8th instnlmnnt of 10peroedt,onorbofore
November 93, 1H72.
A otli liiHtiilinont of 10 por cent., on or bofore
Denombnr9fl, 1H79.
By order of Board of Plreotors:
W. BHOBEft, !
1 Boo'y Q., MoA. A C. B. fi. Co.
July 8,1879.
HEALTH ; AND ' EEAUTY1
Strong and Pure Rich Blood I
crease of Flesh and Weight .
Clear Skin and Beautiful
Complexion,
SECURED TO ALL
RADWAT'S SARSAPARILLIA1.
RESOLVENT.
HAS MADE THE MOST A8TONISHIN
CURES. 80 QUICK, SO RAPID ARE
THE CHANGES THE IlOTlV UNDER- ,
GOES UNDER THE INFLUENCE
,Or? THIS TRULY WONDER.
FUL MEDICINE. THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt. ',
Scrofula, Consumption, Syphilis In its
many forms, Glandular Disease, Ulcer.'
In the Throat, Mouth; Tumors, Nodes in the
fcyesy Btmmoiis "Dlarhnrpes' Trom the-Ksrs;
tiruptive uisesses oi ino J-.yes, nose, muuiu
and the forms of Hkln Dlseiiscs: EniDtions. Fe
ver Sores. Scald Head. Hln sr-worm. Suit Rheum
Erysipelas, Ague, Black Spots, Worms lu the
Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the Womb, and all
Weakening and Painful - Discharges; Night
sweats, anu nil wastes oi ino j.hb rrinuipiu.
are within the Curntlvo Kiuiiro ol Rndwny'i
Snrsaparllllan Resolvent, and a few dnys' use
will prove to snv person liNing itforeithor of
theso forms of dfseiise Us potent power to cure
tnem.
Not onlvdoes the BARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT excel all known remedial agents In
the Cure of (J ironic. Bcroliiloim. Constitution
Skin and Syphiloid diseases, but it is tlieonly
positive remedy ior
KIMEY, BLADDER,
Urinary snd Womb Diseases, Gravel, Dlnbetes,
Drniisv. Incontinence of Urine. Bright' Dis
ease, Albuminuria, and in all cases where
there are Brick Dust Deposits, or tho wnter is
thick, nlnuclv. mixed with substances like the
white ot an egg, or threads like white silk, or
thero is a morbid dark, bilious appearance, and
white bono-dust deposits, and where there is a
g ricking, burning sensation, unci pnin in me
mall oi the Buck, and along tho Loins. In nil
those conditions ltAOWAY',1 naksai-A'
RILLIAN RESODVKNT, aided by the appllcn
tion of Railway's lleauy m-oiiei to inc bpini
and Small of the Back, and tho Bowels regula
ted with one or two of Rml way's Regulating
Pills perday, will soon niuke n complete curs.
In a few dnys the patient will lie nlilo to hold
and discharge water nutui-tillv without imin
and tho Urine will ho restored to its natural
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODl
Are supplied with new, healthy and vigorous
Dlood, Hint furnishes sound structure. Honco
ill sunerlng rrom vveHKoning uisoniirges
either Male or Femnlo. or from Ulcers or Sores
through tho reiinrntlve processof RADWAY'S
SAUHAi'AitiLiiAtN, aro urresuiti, nun me rup
tured orirans healed.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED TIMOR OF
TWELVE YEARS' GROWTH CURED BY RAD.
WAY'S RESOLVENT.
Bbvkri.v, Mass.. Jnlv1R.ll9.
DR. Rapway : I have had Ovnrlnn Tumor In
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no holp for It." I tried every thing
that wab recommended, luitnotning neipcu mo.
Isawyour Resolvent, and thought I would try
It, but had no faith in it. because I had sufTered
for twelve years. I took six bottles of the Re
solvent, one box of Rndwnv's P us. and used
two bottles of your Ready Roliof; and there Is
not a sign of n tumor t he seen or felt. And I
fool better, smarter, happier thnn I have for
twelve venn. Tho worst tumor was in the left
side of he bowols, over the groin. I write this
ts von fot tho bonelit of others, xou can puo
llsh II you clioose.
- flLin All r. Jvn v i ,
8jy Price One Dollni.
.
A X L E X ST II jL E
WOOLEN MILL
HOUSTON. DILLON & CO..
Hnvlno- nnrohnsed tho above Woolen- Mill
orniiM vanonfriitl v flnnniinne to their natrons,
Hid the nnhlln In irnnerHl. that this Mill lit now
nrennred to do sll kinds of CUSTOM WORK-
WARDING, SPINNING, wkaviwg. ann an
tlncts or work iiHiinllv oonn in i wintry oium.
With H-IPHT.f'T.ASH WI11KMKN. BIIO MA-
flRINVRY. under the Sunerlii tenddico of I. N
LnTTPTifiE work will he (Tone with nknksh
snd DtSPATOlT. ALL WORK WARRANTED
where the Wool Is good nd clean, ana wen
wasnea. .,
Cinr ni-toea fnr dnlnir work are as follnwt!
Roll Osrdlnir. M lb 08 cents.
Oardlngsnd Spinning, n lb.... .....18
tuaaing Htocsing tarn, aouoiesnu
twiltea, 4 n "
WOOLaiT Q-OOI3S,
such as
JE A N8, FL A ME LS.BLA NKF TS,
STOCKING) and other YARNS,
Constantly on hand and for sale,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
whiehvewut ATnhnnon for Wool, at ratet
thatonnnotfalltotatlsly those who give 'us
s a cAll. and at the tame time give you iue
tatisraoiion oi paironisinga
HOME INSTITUTION !
Ths hlo-hait Market Price psld in CASH for
wool. HOUSTON, DILLON CO.
Ma.y99. 1879.
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
For all General Diseases or stoo ana
Poultry.
ItiaiFRRFNCSS I
Ttnnnisa. otTPHn Oir GLANDERS A sron
4nviiari TT a Asilatsnt Aiseitor. Mount
Itna, Pa,, C. Bsoon's, Livery and Exchange
MtnDie. Msnnurv. ra. . .
HORBEB CURED OIP founuwil woue
Wllhelm't Danville Pa., A, EtlliVMerchant,
Wsshlnntonvllla. Pa' J. Nice Blonaker't,
JVR88hK8e6uRED OP LUNG FEyER-Hotl
iiro s, .uewisniirK, r. .,,
HOR8E8 CURED OF UUUU.- vnornse uui
'nn'mhPS.,l hn0LERA.-.H. Brr'i.
R. A. Csdwallerl, Milton. P. ,
COWS CURED -Dr. McC eery'l. J. H. Mo
cormiRR't, Milton, ra. . .
CHICKEN! CURED OF CHOLERA AND
GAPR8,-Pf D. T. Krehtt, Wattontown.
Pa , Dr. V. Q. Davis' 0. W. Stloker's. John and
lamtf rinnaal. 1T11..M P. U II n fl 1-Afl I RIOM
could be cited whose ttoclc was laved by ntlug
'.IMtpABtp Y
CTRUS BiiOW,
Prngglsf, Chemist, Horseman,
At hla whnnnln snd retftU drtursnd chemical
emporium. No. 88 Broadway, Milton, renn.
AtVUUi alUIIUtUl XUIUU)
HEDGE PLANTS!
Narierj Stookt - Fruit and Flower
.Plates.
Address T K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY,
ILLINOIS.
600 Aoretj 91st yean QrWnl;o.?Jl' '
Appiriiaoq i ftVm y-m i y-; m fa
Road Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon that a Petition will
be nreseuted to the Commissioners of Vin
ton County at their next session, to be held on
the first Monday of September, A. D. 18T9. pray
ing for the alteration of tho Johnson and Dem
in a Dnn.i iu, ii,.,. tmm a nolnt lii Iha MoArthur
and Athens RomC Wsr qf toattsvlHo. h) pulnt
hi the MeArthur and a esai noaii -at me uiin-
Li. u... i 1 1 ... i'n,ifvnf vl.tlnn. VJk
.ID OUUUUl I1UUHU, 111 WH.,. . ,...., -
follows, to-wlt! Beginning at a point In snld
road esst of the,tmek of the Marietta and Cln
oinnati Railroad; thence running a north-west-erly
course parallel with thellneuf said railroad
track, on the lands of Isaac Bry, aliout twenty
flvo rodt to a stake; thence, west about three
rods, at which nolut lnfersecU the track of the
old road. ". MAN Y rK'lTTIONERH.
August T.1873.-4W
Estate of William yf, Sherrod.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio,
TO OTICE It horoby given that Mrs. Cenlella II.
ll Sherrod hot herein filed her accounts for
f nnl settlement, as Administratrix of said oh
ate, and that tho tame It set for hearing on the
Sllth day of August, 1H72, at 9 o'clock P. M.
a. n aiAiv, I'ruunui uuugu.
Augut7,im-4V
POOR GENERAL DIX.
Poor General DIx
1 In tv
''a nut. aim. n hrtcks )
Vrom U. S. iirmtl ;
But Ikiraoe Ureelev:
Don't bleed so freely,
Andthorefore,rcallf
Walt long no cim't. ' .
It has been said, f
For buttered bread, .
Or beef instead, . '
Dix is a host. i;
Valise all packed,; .
With sword unhacksd,
The post attacked ?.
That oilers niost, :,.'"'
The sword of Dix
No foe e'er sticks; ' . ,
The pen that pric ks '
Howieldothbest; .
With quiet tword,! !..
That nover gored, "r I
At festive board ,
A ready guest- , . f
-rVws Ulftt li! f vA-'-.iuj-' '-
He bows the knee:
The penny fee "
Is too alluring; -Old
Buck, or Andy
Is Just the dandy,
Though Grant's more handy
If made enduring..
His honors borne well,
He sounds his horn well
Till A. B. CornwelL .
From North to South, 1
Takes down his boast,
And Keening l'ott
(Lukewarm at most,)
Spues from his mouth.
Thou fli-o the gun
For number one . i
Until we've won
Let no man lag; .
Grant's now our plan,
Do all you can.
"Shoot any man
That strikes his flag."
Mr. Greeley's Daughter.
A correspondent says: Miss
Ida (jreeley, under a gipsy ha
trimmed with pale Mae ribbon
and pink rose, and arrayed in
a white pique gown neatly
wrought with block, to which
was added a handsomely em
broideted tunic af black cash
mere, extended uleasarit greet
ings to all the guests. " She is
a brunette of the pale, clear
complexioncd type, has bngh
dark eyes, full red lips, features
vevy much like her lather s
and an abundance of black
liflir. She is quite petite, looks
very young,' has all the sim
plicity of.manners that charac
terizes fTorace Greeley, , com
bined with a certain elegance
and dignity that are as charm
ing as lndiscnbable. She .be
trays excellent taste in " her
toilet, discarding all such mon
strosities as hump8 and bunch
es and earrings, bhe was ed
ucated at the Convent of the
Sacred Heart, is said to be a
Catholic, and in company with
a French maid, "did" Europe
very pleasantly. A gentle
man predicted that she will be
the most popular lady in the
w cite House since the reign
or the accomplished and ele
cant Mis. folk. . ,
To .those "narrow-minded
blockheads" ot Vinton county
who are disgracing themselves
by saying that when (jreeley
becomes President be Will pay
pensions to rebel soldiers and
liquidate the Confederate debt,
we would say that Dr. Greeley
will send them, before the
close of the . campaign, a
few. printed copies of the
'Fourteenth Amendnient to
the Coq'stitution'cif the United
States which I'prohibiti the
pay men f qf a,ny debt or , obli
gation Incurred by. the rebels
In prosecuting hostilities
against the Government.'
What a huge uupply of hon
esty and education these . in
telligent hVespepaijlff '(fl'aT-row-minded
blockheads" are
blessed with! The lying' stuff.
oniy snowa tneir weaicneS9.
With the opening oTthe do
litical canvass .comes a remark
able activity in the ,' ranks of
the Temperanoe advocates. A
general system of prosecution
1 .1 A .1 T . T
unaer tne Aoair x-iiquor jjaw
about tq he inaugurated
against the liquor" dealers in
this city, with a view, ; doubt
less, to affect the prospects of
one or two candidates who in
times past were identified with
Cincinnati Enquirer.
qmrer-i .
The Liberal Republicans and
Democrats of the 4th District
Darke, Preble, Montgomery
and Greene have united on
tj. J, Winan8, the Republican
predecessor or bchellanerger in
the last Congress, as their can
didate in the next Congress.
The District gave Noyes 586
raaionty last tall. Winans can
be elected. '
A New Iron Mountain.
[From the San Francisco Chronicle, July 17.]
The Hon. .T. Guy Phelps
presented to the committee of
one hundred, at a recent meet
ing, a splendid specimen of al-.
most pure iron ore, which .he
represented as being taken from
an iron mountain as large,- and
the ore ns pure, as that of the
famous iron mountain of Mis
souri. Although Mr. Phelps
declined to give the exact los
canon or tne aeppsic, ne:inu
mated that it was, Th the ," line
of -the5ontemplftted 'Atlantic
and iEaciic. -. road, ;.: and - .near
enough to be . .utilized in the
city of San Francisco. Should
coal also be discovered in the
vicinity, there might be a see'of
ona rittsDurgn grow up on tne
Pacific slope. Truly wonder
ful are the developments being
constantly made on this side ot
the continent.. The iron inter
est is of the utmost extent and
importance. The annual value
of iron manufactured in the
United States is S900,000,000,
and the wages of labor engaged
upon it exceed 8000,000,000.
The number of workmen era
ployed 940,000. Calculating
to the employeoand his family
the consumption of agricultu
ral products, it exceeds three
times the value of all the bread
stuffs and grain we send abroad.
A further calculation makes it
apparent that one tenth of the
entire population of 'the Uni
ted States is dependent upon
the production and manufact
ure of iron for support.
They Don't Agree.
The Secretary of War re
ports the expenses of his de
partment to have been, in the
last year, $45,000,000. ..
The Register 6t the Treasury
says they were po.UUU.OUU.
The Treasurer says the were
$46,000,000. -
The Secretary of the Treas-
i i
ury, in one piaoe, sets tnem
down at $35,000,000. In an
other place at $44,000,000.
Senator Logan,-. n one of his
speeches says, they were $35,
less $16,000,000, on account
of the war, which ended seven
years ago
Can an Administration whose
money is expended so loosely
that its own accounting officers
vary so widely m its official re
ports, be safely entrusted by
the people with the receipt and
outlay of the hundreds of mill
ions which annually pass from
the. por;ketg of the tax-payers
into , the publio taeasury,
Pittsburgh Post.
Take the administration at
its own word, and it has given
the British government about
a thousand millions of Ameri-
Ml m
can money, 'i'nat was. about
tne amount or the claims which
the administration swore were
just and valid, and it put them
to its woase before the Gen
eva arbitrators. Afterward it
found it politlp to abandon and
deride h.'oWn . demand,1'! and
agree beforehand that it should
be rejected. Thereupon the
Commissioners refused even to
consider the American indi
re'ot clam.s,, mcT, kicked them
out of coqrt, By its own
showing the administration
cuts a very beautiful figure In
this matter. :
The parpet-bag office hold-
a'T. W t 11
ers at Lamar marsnan county,
Mississippi, seek to secure the
colored vote tor Grant by im
pressing upon the more igno-
ant of that race ridiculous
teachings. One of the doc-
rlnea' ' vigorously circulated
among the blacks in the above
county is that if Ueneral Grant
is defeated he will declare war
and put them in the array.
Mnny of the colored men' have
een fcpeMnDf these stones,
and are 'absolutely iconvlriced
of its truth, t
A careful estimate reveals a
probable falling off of, 1,000
om Grant s vote in Windha,m
county, Conn. "
Do Your Duty.
his property
Brother Democrats are you
doing your duty? .
; Have you talked with your
Republican neighbor, and
shown him the error of his
ways?
If not, remember that the
time is short and that the op
portunity for doing good at
this election will soon be past.
: Tell your neighbor ,
That unequal taxation is
wrong?--: k' '' "7- xzfir-j.:.
rn. ... n .
I hat tne bonded. . system is
wrong. . , . ' ".'
That every one. should pay
tax 13 proportion to the valne
That the bondholder should
pay the same amount of ;tax
that the farmer and laboring
man are compelled to pay, j
That Grant, who represents
the Radical party, is a ,bondr
holders; a friend of monopoly ;
an enemy to the highest inter
ests of labor;
And that, therefore, duty to
themselves and the country at.
large, as well as their own self
interest should compel them to
vote against him.
Greeley and Nash mean
equal taxation to all.
Democrats and Liberal Re
publicanswe again urge you
to do your whole duty.
Your exertion may save the
State.
Forney's Press makes
the
following admi&sion:
Tne unanimity with which
the ' Democratic journals of
Pennsylvania have hoisted the
names ot Greeley and Brown
is as emphatic as their nomina
tion at Baltimore. We have1
yet to see a single one that op
ooses Greeley. - His flag has
been simultaneously unfurled
all over the State,- while the
great organs of Philadelphia,
Harrisburg and Pittsburgh
have broken out with the ex
tremist laudations of his career
The epidemic of Liberalism as
it had been called, has devel
oped as strongly here as in
New York or Indiana. We
confess to a decided feeling of
surprise as we read the Demo
cratic papers of Pennsylvania;
at the Philadelphia 'Age , and
Herald and Pittsburgh Post
accepting the nomination of
Greeley without qualification
and promising him a hearty
support; at the West Chester
Jeffersonian and . Bellefonte
Watohman the first a nigh
toned, od fashioned Democrat
ic organ, and the second a pro-
slavery, rebel sheet declaring
that they will not revolt; and
at the Harrisburg Patriot and
Lancaster Intelligencer jubi
lant over the event,
The Liberal Democrats and
Republicans of Hamilton coun
tvheld their, conventions in
Cincinnati Jat Wednesday.!
A conference committee
signed to the Democrats the
Congressmen in the Flril "and
the Elector in the Bacand Pis
A i - 1 A - . A 1 T 1 t
met: anq vQ vne xtepuDiicans
the Elector in the First and
Congressman in the Second
Districts, i The following are
the nominees: First District-
Congress, short terra, QoV O.
J. Dodds r o,ngf term, Milton
Sayler,' Eleotor, FlaraenBall,
Jr. Elector, Isaac N. Jordan,
The county offices were v.equl-,
tably divided. The tickets are
very strong, and will be elected,
. , " . i
t( appears from the testimo
ny of Mr, A. T Stewart that
the Long Branch -cottage of
the, President, was "the i pro
duct of. a ' t subscription - pa
per. Tom Murphy and John
Hoey were among the subscri,
bera, to the - amount , of five
thousand dollars each. , What
becomes ,of the assertion that
no presents have been received
since Grant's inauguration day?
The Freeman's Journal says:
"No Democrat can ' vote for
Grant, with the infamous record
hia Administration has made."
Cheap Wash for Buildings.
Take. a vclean, water-tight
cask, and put into it a half
bushel of lime. Slack it by
pouring water over it boiling
hot water,' an 3 in sufficient
quantity to coyer it five inches
deepf and stir it briskly till
thorpoghlyslfljikeniBd, dissolve
it in " water, J and add two
pounds feulpbate of zinc and
one of common., salt. These
will cansfeuthej wash to harden
and prevent its'cracking, which
giyes.'ai'hseflmlyj appearance
to'the'i..w6rkt.c A beautiful
cream color may be given to
wash by. adding three pounds
of yellow' ochre; or a good
pearl or lead olor by the ad
dition of a .lump of iron black.
For fawn iColor.add four pounds
of umber bn'ponnd of Indian
red and one pound of common
lamp black.';; iWhen applied to
the out8id fr houses and to
fences, it is rgfidered more du
rable by adding about a pint
of sweet milk .to ;a" gallon of
wash,' cz'ili; ,l: : :
Soothing Words from Dr.
Greeley.
Tlie little Ring in MeAr
thur who know all about ru
ling. and running a Radical
Convention, and how to induce
their Tight hand men' to cheer
when enough votes have been
counted, in Cbnvention daring
a ballot for Sheriff, to make a
nomination, nsed to worship
Dr. Horace jreeley and read
the New York Tribune before
breakfast on Sunday mornings.
We rise to explai n to the Ring
that this I paper con
tains a letter written Dr. Gree
ley, dated May 23d, 1867, in
.i i. i i
wmcn ne arraigned just sucn
gentlemen ns "narrow minded
blockheads,
to be useful
good cause
bow. : 'I I
who would like
to a great and
but .don't know
The Campaign in Maine.
Maine is undergoing the ex
citement which recently raged
so fearfully in North Carolina,
and the political campaign is
being vigorously v pushed on
both sides. ( Against , the pat
ronage and money of the Ad
ministration are pitted the hard
logio of facts poured into the
ears of williog listeners by Sen
atos Schurz, Trumbull, lip-
ton and Doolittle, Gen. Banks,
and others. . Senator - Sumner
is expected to make ' a speech
at . Portland, Between now
aad the day of election will be
bad, .r- ,..,ni.-r' ......
- - " i " '
The Frauds.
' The' Cincinnati Commercial
says: "The known frauds com
mitted under, the adrninistra
tion of Grant aggregate $3...
194,247.' -' The Sub-Committee
on Indian affairs has just un-
earthed others, in which the
lost ea are estimated by millions,
And yet perambulating Secret
tariei having nothing to do at
YYMhlncton, are all abroad.
singing the praises of , Grant
and telling the people what a
' A 1 , .1 .
wonaerrui nnanciai success iney.
have made! of his - admlnistra
tion.',wri-"7tt':w"cv"1r
i "1:'
If nothing.! more is . stolen
from the South Carolina treas
ury, it will be because there is
because there is actually noth
ing left' to ; steal 1 The ' State
Government is paralyzed, the
finances are exhausted, and the
system of publio instruction is
brought to a stand still for the
iack of - funds.; The carpet
baggers have actually "cleaned
out the State. And it is a
noticeable fact, that all the carpet-baggers
are for Grant.
Two members ; of ' Grans's
State Committee in New York
have .retired', 1 and announced
themselves as intending to vote
against him. One of them re
signed a good fat office which
i it ?i ft . t t ' n
neneia, in oruer to do a iree-
man.
:lr
Only v 1,342,408,000 ' cigarrr
were manufactured in the Uni
ted States last year. . 1

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