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VOL. 6.
r J. W.BOWEN, I
1 Publisher and Proprietor.
M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER. ; ;
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Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after-Juno S, 1871, Trlans will
run at follows :
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ad 5 i t as r o
(J1NCINVATI will run dally
A II At.hpr'l'rui n iln.ll v. nrnpnt. Hllnflav.
OINCINNn'I KXPRErtS EAST makes no
gtop hntwmm H'tm'iBii and Athens.
Portsmouth Branch.
SlaU. Aoaommodatton,
Dap. Ilnniilun
Jackson
Ar'. PurtHmmith
. Dap. Portfliin.utli
Ar'v. Jankson
Hamiian
. 8.3)P.
6:00 A. M.
4 09 " -,)
n.m a. m.
new "
11.30 P.M.
7.00 "
10.r.5 "
1290 P. M.
4:06 "
5.17 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
ITor all pot'tU on the l.ittlo Miami Rillroft'l, and
at tha IivUa'vi)Qli 4s Ciuclmmti Railroad Juno,
tion 'in' all poind West, .
W, Wi PBABOPY
Vranwnrtatinn ,
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and aftnr Monday, November 19, Train!
ivlll run as follow :
Cin'natl
Fast
Lint.
Mail
Exprtt:
PASTVVAUD.
Dopart ...
Parkernburg ....
Cumberlana ... .
Haroer'f Ifarrv. .
6 84 Am
6 40Pm
B35Pm
9 83 An
8 44 Am
112 Pm
4 45 "
60S 11
8 96 "
6 09
880
6 61
845 u
WiuulngtonJuao'n.
Arrivo
BnlMmore
WHihlnirtcn ........
Philadelphia
ytevr York
WESTWARD.
Depart
New York
Philadelphia
WMhlniftqi) .... ...
Baltimore
...7Arrlve ..!....
Wathlngtoa Juuo'n.
Harperi Perry
Oumoerland
Parkorahnrg ., ...
8 65
10 00
8 85
618
10 00 "
Am
1 10 Pm
410 "
19:84Pai
19 80
18 M
8 80 Am
9:90 Pm
4:00 Am
8:00 Pm
8i60Am
Bi20 "
1148Pm
Q4D
800
a oo i
406 Am
4M
8 59
SMC
1 OitPm
19:04 "
0 00 Pin
10 83 '.
8:48 Am
8 95
11 00 11
Pullman Pilaos Drawing Room Sleeping1 Can,
Whloh are aa oomfortahle, elegantly furnished,
and almoit equal to a five-aide, are on allTraini
from Olnolnnatl to Baltimore and Washington.
Seedoheiluleof Marietta and Clnolnnatl Hull
way for time of arriving and dopurtlug from
Mo Arthur
The advantage! of this route overall others
Ii, that It give! all traveler! holding through
tloketi the privilege of visiting Baltimore,
iMilladeluhla, and thotfatlonal Capital free.
. I'lmeqaliikDrnndTUtei of hire lower than tf
any other lluo. " "
1 fh soenery along this Hallway Is not equaled
for grandeur on this Contluent? , '
to shippers or freiqht!
Ttfli line1 offers mperjor Inducpmonti the
rntos being one-third lowei' to and from lloston,
yw'Yorlt. ne any qtlie'rEaatorn point. In or-
ifqrlnor good! ofanjidosorlptlo:
n 1
rrom Hie ehsi
give
y toil
notions to ship via Haiti
ivuir
hlD tia Baltimore A Ohio
and Inihlnnlns Ktit alv lAmndlrentinn!.
sri
in
gniasnippeii uy cms route win nave iei
Dti
ittoh, and be handled with onre and lave
ihlnueri muoli money. J. L, WILSON,
Master Traninortatton. Baltimore.
Q.B.BLANOHAHD,
Gen. Freight Ag't, Baltimore.
' ' . L.M.COLE.
S. B. JONES, Gen. Ticket Ag't, Baltimore.
'
Gen. Pais. Ag't., Cincinnati.
Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
and Southwest.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
DIANAPOL1S. -.
' ThifGroat Tlirongh Mall and Express Pas
Mililior! I.liie to hi." Louis, Himrta Olty.St.
losoph, Deiivor, Hnn Pranclsoo, and all points
In Missouri, Kansas and Colorado,
Tha shortflHt and only direct routo to Indian
nnolis, Lafavotte, Terra Haute, Cumhrldgo
(:tv, iSprlnglleld, Peoria, Burlington,. Ohluago,
Mllwiiukoo, Bl. Paul, and all puints in the
Northwest. i :
Tin) Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lnfayotte
Riiili'oud, with Its I'.onnoutlnni, now oirors pan
siiukhi's more fiudlltlfH in Through Coach and
HUionlng Car Horvlim than any othor line from
. Cincinnati, liHving.the advantugo nf Through
Diiily Cars from Oinolnnatl to. He. Louis. Kan
liOltv.ttt. J 01,0 11(, :i!iila,HiirlnKtin,(!hli'uo,
tiiii i'hit, and all Inttinnodlatit polnta, presoiitlng
toO'ilonlsts ami Families suoh oonfforts and
aooouiiuodatloiia aa aro siirrdod by no other
route,
Tlirouuh Tickets anil Baggage Cliooks to all
points.
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:30 A.M., 8:00 P.
M.. and 9:00 P. M.
Tickets ean bo obtained at Nit. 1 Burnet
House, eornor Third and Vino Public Land
ing, corner Main and Kiveri also, at Depot,
corner Plum ami Pearl Streets. Cincinnati, O.
Ito sure to porch imo tickets via Indianapolis,
Clnolnnnti and Lafayette Hull road. .
i; U.K. LORD. G. UBAHRlNORE.
Chief Tiokel, Clerk.
Aiasie? Transportation,
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. Railway Time.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY.
Is t lie Shortest, Quickest
and only Koad running its en
tire trains through to ' ' .'"'
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Our arraiifffments i and con
liectiona with all lines from St
Louis and Louisville are per
fect, Reliable and complete for
ail points ,. . : i
This isthe shortest am best
route to. Kanas City, : Leaven
worth. Atchison, St. ..Joseph
and to nil points in Missouri,
Jiansas and .Nebraska;
Through Tickets and ful
information as to time jti(l
fare,! ban be obtained - at any
u. K.-Oflico or at . our office ii
Cincinnati., , !. - '. J.r
E, AILUP, Gen,
East Pas. Agnt,
HALE, Jcn. rass., and Ticket Act.,
ST. A.OUIS.
,VA1TDALIA.
RO UTE " WEST.
0
, 23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
Q EXPRESS TRAINS leave Indianapolis
tj Hal iv. except Sunday, lor sr. luuia and
TIJiaWEST. . 1
rnllE onlv Line running PULLMAN'S cele
I bra ted Drnwlng-room Sleeping Cars from N.
V., "Pittsburgh, Columbus, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, and Indiuuupojls, to St. Louis without
unangn. ,
Piifsengers should romembor that this Is the
ureat west nnunii Koute ror tanHns i;ny,
Leavenworth, Lawrence, Topcka. June- . I
tlon City, Fort Hcott and St. Joseph. .
tt JlPfJ A 1ITO TO KANSAS, for the pur
CIVllUMHil I 5 poscofeNtnblishlng tlicnv
selves lu new homes, will have liberal discriitv
Inntlon inndelntheirfavor bv this Line. Pal
Isfuctory commutation on regular rates will be
given to Colonists and largo uartlea traveling
together: and their baggage, omlgrnnt outfit
and stock will be shippedon the most 1'avora-
tuo terms, presenting to ' -
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
Suon comforts nnd accommodations as are pre
tented by NO OTHER ROUTE.
TH'KET.S oan bo obtained stall the principal
Ticket Oltlces n t))t Eastern, Middle and
soutnern states. ...
i ! , ' O. E. FOLLRTT, !
General Passenger Agent. St. Louis.
robt: EMMKTT,
. 'Eastern Passenger Agent, Indianapolis.
JOHN E. HIMPSON,
' General Superintendent, Indianapolis.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
ST.
On and after Dooember 10th, 1971, Train! will
un as followi!
Dipari, ' Zpari
Atnens ...... oao a. m. mo r. u.
Arrivt, i Amur.
Columbus... 9:60 A. t, 1.40 P. M.
Plttsburirh.. B: P. x. l:0O a. II'
Cloveland... 8:66 " ' 1:80 " ,
Xenla ..... 18:10 " . 7:60
Dayton 1-04 " "
Richmond..'. 8:80 " " 11:17 "
IndlanaDollt 6:10 - 9:90 A. v.
Chicago. ... .12:16 A. M. 1:80 "
Close connection made at Lancaster for Clr-
clevllle, Znnesvlllo, and all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections mane at commons lor
Dayton, Springfield, Iudionapolls, Chicago,
and all point! west. . Also, ror Cleveland,
Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and sll points East.
Take the Hocklns Vallev and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest, It It the
shortest by ilxty-tlr rnllei, giving passenger!
(he benefit of quicker time and lower rates
than by any other line.
: if. , ,,- , f Superintendent. ,:
E. A. Bcell. Gen'l Ticket Ag't. ;
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
Onandafter MONDAY, Mav 98th, 1871, Ex
oss Trains will ibavi COLUMBUS and
CRESTLINE and ARRlVI at polnta named be-
low, at iuiiowsi
Btationi. No: 2. No. 4. No. 8.
Ooiiimbui....,..Jlilf)tm 4il0pm 8i39tm
Crestline .12;50pm fliSSfm 4:60am
Cleveland..;..., 8:46pm 9(5pm 1:80am
Ruffalo 10:S0pm 4:10 pm 8:00pm
Niugara Falls.... 1:00 a m 8:46am 4:40pm
ftochaiter.. .....1:S0am ,. 7:06a m,,: 6:06pm
Albitnv ..... ,8:46am ,3:00pm ,. 1:80am
Rnitnn '. . .... .6:20 Dm ' '11:90 Dm 11:00am
Sow York City. .8:80 p m 8:80pm n 8:40am
Cru!tl I ne. ...... 18 46p m - 8 815 p m 8 85 a m
Pittsburg
Harrlsburg .,
Baltimore
Washington .
Philadelphia.
. . 9 88 p m
.. 716ara
.10 40 am .
. 1 10pm :
1116 am
1 86 a m
8 45 p m
340am
11 26 am
9 40 p m
62Apm
816 p m
TOO am
Creetllne
...11 80pm
, . . 6 80 a m
,..13 10 pm
7 45 p m 6 65 am
116am 1185am
T 90 a m fl 00 p m
Port Wayne .
Chicago
fiti?""No. 4. leaving Columbus at 4:10 D. m.
has aThrough Camia Delaware for Springfield,
reaching Springfield without change at 7:80 p m.
Train No. 9 on the Columbus Hocking val
ley Railroad connect with No. 4 Train. Through
Tickets for isle at Athena.
PASSENGER TRAINS returning arrive at
Oolumbut at 12:86 a m. 11 :15 a. m. and 9 :60 a. m.
'
86r Palace Say and Sleeping1 Can
un au Trains. -"Kti
a. rd. on
Sunday, runt through without detention, by
both Erie and New Tork Central Railways,
arriving at Now Tork'bn Monday morning at
6:40A.M. ... !"
For particular Information In . regard to
through tlckots, time, connections, eto., to all
points East. West. Nortb and South, apply to
address E. FORD.Oolnmbut.Ohlo.
U.S. flint, uon. HupermtoDaeni,
JAMES PATTERSON, ... ,
- Gen. Agent, Oolumbut, 0..
EUGENE FORD,
Passe-" '-ibut,Oi
Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE.
To Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. R. Co.
ALL persons tal
Stock of the Ualllpolis, McArtbur A
uinbns llallrnail Co.. are nertbv reoulredto
make payment to the Secretary of the Compa
ny, at blsolllco in Galllpnlls, t)hlo, and parlies
living 111 t nitun i-Aiu.itv, uiiiu, may msxe pay
ment, If more convenient, tfl Iianibl WIj.l.
President of the Vinton County Bank, Instal
ments on thelrsubfiurlptlons, as follows:
A 4th Instalment of 10 percent., on or before
July 89, 1879. ...... :
A otu instalment ui iv per cum., on or ooiore
August 22. 1872. . - '
A III i instaimcnioi iv per cent,, un or puiore
jptember23, 1879. . . , . I -
A 7th Instalmentof 10porcont.,on or before
October 28, 1872. 'i . '
An 8th instalment of 10 por cent, on or before
Novuinber 23, 1872. .
AVth Infltalnient of 10 per cont.,-oa or bofore
December, 1M79. 1
,, By ordorof Board of Directors: (il
W. SHOBER.
Bec!y Q.t Mo4. O. S- R. Co,
July q, J8TS,
DRY GOODS. &c.
ESTABLISHED 18 TEARS '
. ' , i
WnOLSSALC DSAI.KB IH
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. .". .Portsmouth, O.
J. P. TOW ELL is agent for several Mills, and
his house Is headquarter for tunny desirable
makes ol Eastern Goods. All goods will bo
sold at the lowest possible price.
Close Cash Buyers, First Class Tiino, Trade,
Wholesale Peddlers and Furnacemen are par
ticularly invited to an examination of his stock
MARBLE WORKS.
:,,,B,. fcR..HIG0INS r BR0.,
Mannfaoturer of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES, , ' ;,
MANTLES, FUE1TITURE, &ov &o
, ..i.. IiOCa-A-isT, OiiiU
GOOD assortment of Marble coustantly on
hand. All kinds of
Cemetery Work-
' Done to order in the finest style. Y24
HOTELS.
AMERICAN HOTEL
Cornel: High aud State Streets. , , .
D i i. (noaiiy.vpposiie oiiito nouse
E. J. BL0DBT ; ' r ' Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all the modern Improvements. Guests can
rely on the best treatment and very low bills,
Street Cart pass this Hotel to and from all
Railroad Dopots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE.OHIOi
M.MERKXE,
P ('Proprietor
THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
Depot and where all travelers upon all
trains can take meals, has just been greatly
enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
(to., and is now in complete order lor tne re-,
ceptlon ofgnests. "urTralnsstop ten min
utes ror meals. KTRKMS HOIIRRATK.
I ,'.;.' ,. . !'. Jill -J
ISHAM HOUSE,
. JACKSON, OHIO
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN; - Proprietor
TpHIS House,formerly the Inham House.haa
x been tnorougniy renovaieu ana Deaun
fully furnished. Haying superior I'aclllttea,
everything will be done to, make guests com
fortable. Table always supplied with beat
market affords. Nicely furnished Rooms and
cleanest Beds Good Stables. Every effort
made for the comfort of patrons. All charges
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH,' 6 H 10.
J. Wi VARNEU
Proprttoi'
HPHIS Hotel It In the most convenient par
x of the city on Front wtreet, between war
tjeiana jerrerson,
ATTORNEYS.
Q T. GUNNING,
Xj JL "W "32" IB 33j ,
MoARTHUR, OHIO..
OFFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIN 8TREET,
D, B SHIVEL.
. u , MoARTHUR. " OHIO.
Will attend promptly i. a. egal bntlnett
atrutttd to his care in Vlnuin and aiuoinli
counties. Orrics In the Recorder's Office
J. M. MoQILLl VRAY,
MoARTHUR, OHIO, i .-:
TTT1LL attend promptly to any bualness
TV given to his oare and management In
any Courts of Vinton ano adlotnlng oountles,
0 FiOB In the Court House. Uu Stain. 18-tl
9
CHAR L ES W, . G 1 3Ti
Attoni6rfat Law anfl Notary Pulilic.
Z ALESKI, OH 10. 'iJo
. . I T . I , . I . I ... i
YtflLL attend all legal bualneas entrusted to
T v hit oare.. Supply of man weeas ana
MnrtcrnBAa alwAvrf nn hn.nd
OFflOH-No. 19
west wing uainonage miock.
tf
S9
U. 3, CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOE3STH1T .q? JtJVr,
(Proisotitln j ittoiney of yinton Oonsty,) , ,
jfILL praotlot In Bolt, Tlntnn. flld ailjolnlng
oonntles. All lttal Votlneat entrust! to bta
oare paomptly attendtd to, ' ... I8.tt
HOMER C.JONES,
M'ARTHUR, OHIO. .-,
OFFICE 18T poor Wett of Dan. Will A Bros.
Esoeelal attention given to the collection
of claims, .... 18-ly
Trees,; Flowers; Bis-, Seeis!
,J ' HEDGE PLANTS! ,
Nariery, Stock! Fruit and Flower
, jriaieB , "
1 " Addreit I 'k.WIOBNIX. 1
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY,
1 ; ' "JLyNOIS, '
I 600 Acres: 81st vear: 18 Greenhouse!.
Apple 1000 1 yr., $30; 9 y., $.'K); 8 y $40; 4y., $60.
V VB,IUV5UO V MUM, , .
. , So-flm.
Attachment Notice.
Isaac H. Halncnwortli. PH'.ff.' V Before R.
I' ?e(or
ParnhlU,
a
Jonn
Finch and
fofJaeksonT
Tn..
Joshua HUittsburv. Dofts. Vinton Co.. O.
ON the 1.1th day of August 1872 said Justleo Is
sued an order of attachment In the above no
tion lor the sum of $21.18, and said cause It set
for trial on Frlilav, the 4th day of Uctolwr, A.
-. 101a, ai a o cioca i . M .
. IHAAttiAIMtSWOtllll.
August 91, 1872-8v.i 'I
jonts Wanted.
11 TALE AND FKMALE.-Buslness pleasant.
1VL and pays Iratter than any futorprlse to the
Held. Agents make from, $ to $8pordy. 'Send
stain
LAT
tamp for1 sample and particulars. - Atldresi 6.
.AT1IAM A CO., Slhl WailtiugWn &; Hostou,
M8i
- gu-vn
Packages by Mail.
On the first day of July last;
a law went into oiiorntibn; ni-
der which small packages of
dry goods, hardware, drugs,
(except liquid drugs,) aact bta
er mercaanaise, pot exceeding
twelve ounces in weight," jxq
b mailed to any part ' of 'the
United States at a charge of
two cents tor eacn two ounces
or fraction of two ounces; ' The
existence of this facility Is not
generally Known; nut . peinaps
more than a month's time ; is
required for the' public
made aware of i' nrivilecre'-'it
th.ia long deHireviM;Next in i'ui-
poi tancejo i cheap letter and
newspaper postage comes ' this
concession of sending packages
by mail. Friends may now
send 'many little matters to
each other-'Whicli, heretofore,
were kept buck on account of
the express charges. ! Children
at school may have needed ar
ticles transmitted, and clothing
may become as common in the
mail bag as books - Twelve
cents for twelve ounces to San
Francisco 1, Truly progress" is
not sleeping.
In 1848 the issue made by
the Buffalo Convention, which
nominated Martin Van Buren
and Charles;. Francis Adams,
of Massachusetts, for President
and yiee, President of the
United States, was this; "Free
Trade, Free Soil, Free Speech
and Free Men."' Among those
who, in this city,' at that early
date were,conspicuous, in ; the
advocacy of that platform" -and
the candidates were : the fol
lowing gentlemen : Leve Coffin,
William. Wisewell, Albert
Lewis, John Mears, Martin R.
Covey, Flamen Ball, Sen., Wil-
laip btoms, J udgo Georee Ho
aaiey, Maynara French, Judge
Stanley Matthews,-' Ferdinand
Kodmann, Edward Harwpod,
Henry Uye.- The question we
desire to ask is, whether they
consider free upeech vindicated
.1 ..1. e a
iii urn recent expulsion or jyiri
Tabbs Gross froip thjs ptyy
Il they d" what dp, they pro
pose to do about itp ; Is it- to
be quietly submitted to? Is it
to be passed over in silence be
cause ,Mr. Gross is a. black
man?' : .,. . , , ,-
Preidential Elector.
O. T. Gunning, Esq.. of M
Arthur was unanimously cho
sen Presidential elector, at the
Uongressional Convention at
fortsmouth, Aqgusf 1st. .,,M
wunniiig ib a lawyer qr rnore
than ordinary energy. . Ha is
an ' eloquent epeakei, ftqf) v, a
gentleman or . Highly moral
character, who will be found
always ready' to' Use his infla.
ence and power for the oyer
throw 'of co'ri'UDtibn. We
have" personally 1 known Mr.
Gunning for leveral years and
feel'perfectly-satisfled that .he
is, .heart and soul, in the" grea
destine tq r.ev6utjtnize.;ifie
country, I and" a ween''' (Grant's
corrupt admini8tmtlQn,,6nt nf
Jackson Herald.
John T. Moore, "of 'Wdverly
our candidate for Judge of this
ou
district, is one of the lleadin
members of the bar iri" Pike
county, ' He is noW arid , has
been,1 Pi osecutlng Attorney for
SHveral years in : that ' county,
He has a strong legal : mihd,
and his qualifications eminently
fib him for the bench 1 Our
per8sonal : knowdg sqf Mr.'
Moore," warrants ua ! in saying
that if elected, (which ia' vej-y
probable,) he will fill the1 place
with great honor tohiraselt and
mil satisfaction to the people.
Mr; Moore's friendly wa,y will
aecqre him an ' overwhelming
vote w here he ' is ' kn6wn'.
Jackson Herald.
' The Grant papers : have al
eady begii h ' to 'discuss1 the
probabilities of Mr: ; Greeley's1
cabinet. ' - ' ' : li. 1 '''"! "
TneQrantites'ofKew York
have ndininated' John A' Dix
or Governor.'; ' '
j; 'lij'.'.l Y- .'..'!
VA
Jackson Herald. Disgrace and Dishonor
Abroad—Corruption Bribery
and Extravagance at
Home.
oi'i ''l'a':
oucu is to-uayiHiifl position
of-the -.Qrant VldminMfatoV.'
porrp.oiso dp 'iuid damn
ing to-day; exist8'.in;jill the de
part m ei)f s, pf , t h e ; gci vern m en t
to 8pclai1,.exterit:,.is,;tsf' a.use,
the cheeki .pf;;.pnr;"( American
citizen tq tjnge';::,with sharn,
;And yet' .we ;ifind';';tnen "who
stand aid and, talk f -its uuritv
even 'gq fic'far h?.I'i'tq,,l say Kthat,
a'l'ftt'adJ-th'e, t country,
they woud be Wjilling to give
it to mm ana place n cwwn qp
on his head ns 'Emperor. Oh!
aharrie, fiyhej'e is thy; ! blush. mi
Ijook at our relations abroad
with ' England-.--'' ''The 'treaty of
vvasnington mat was to .be so
full and final between tji e . two.
great nations, that no question
could hereafter arise, has been
more bunglirigly'nianaged ,;han
couldihaye been possibly dpne
by tliird'.' rate' pettif()gg'ers.
We have been qverrea,ohed,
cheated disVonored, oonipelled
to back: down jtnrough 'tjiq, jn
capacity.ofJjrnt and bia ' acj-;
visei-rV atid, TAd-daK as . Sara!
Cox, forcibly expressed .it, are
eating our. humble pie qf (i'diSN
grace. ),-! j .uyaL . A
J '. A : . l. . 1 1 r
. We have seen: the little , iia-
land Qt Cuba, imprison and fit
ter citizens of this great Jjia
tiooj and iio ihandof ti those-, va
pover,lifted!againsfc litvV,',lBe.'
cause,' forsootWJa i'felativqf iOf
Grant haq;heen.'- employed as
Spain V A t tor n ey a n d, ' i f. au gh t
were said; he might lose a gqpd
client.- .t;We have seen; the,. na
vy of this great ; and - powerful
land, used to gqard oqnspirators,
murdere w and robbers at. : an
Domingo, sand our ' flag, of
which we were nqce. so proud,
Soating as a protection over
ie black usurpers of the pow;
er in that beautiful island1.. At
home ;;we haVen se'e'n. 'viQ
lence, rapiae and pluqder,' jH'n
der thp uurpebafirule at, the
South. ;;, ."Vye havejad th,0 plun
dering, swindling., acberaes' "of
Grant and, his. ring', exposed.
Look at,.;tbej,..F.reoch Arms
windlethq Secqf ewindle,' the.
Elundering'ofi fTom Jtqrphy,'
leet andBtoeHing, in the !tfew
York Custom House,' the 24Q
defaulting Reyeiiue.Cplle6tors.
Stealing, pjuoderingjapd swin
dling everywhere accqmplished
by t republicans,,., even. , to '.the
aiuoqit Qriipne,..hiqqdrp4 'bd
twentyrye'miliqqa yeafe
'Etravaganoa Everywhere,' mill.
it'makes the, heart sick, and.w'e
are led tovex'clainif! ''How lonor.
people kffer-'? ,;-T A" '
I --North
i:
:
Not" a'man' or ' political paV
and can be found
arrayed 'against the , Qego.
TIiq ffgTi ts cti''be possesses
are:ni8, and-' nonl Wudy,Pr.
could d epHve'I ino 1 'the m,
Jet the Grftnt'laftders1 MrHhe
negroes 'to' '''I'qncfiritrateJ j cqn
ceal yo'u'r 'property,'." organize
vi vioivrit-ic. iiiry ten, lupiii
epare 'fblblBbdTie
la about: to
witli'lWe"iidelrPhil1fijV-:ilt
i'r'o'ntr
."I
.K.
I!
W. prepare"fbi iJblobdsnedi MAritl
war in 'tHevenVof t)Ve' electa
of Mr: 1 GfeelevV The1 1 Werrroes
of, the Sthwill''reaai1y, take
tbi'siadvic1 The' Wol races
;b'e!!nauff8rAted,'
the
1
' Hf Waleyithe' fri'e'n
of p'oor Irreif'tf .VbrlcVng; 'm'e'i
fed
men
qf honest men;' 1 He hWd riiv-
ed an idle," useless di'.' dishohest
day. Hi hoiteaty.' "Industry,
great1 intellect1 iVd7 tlilogh
kn(Vvvlde tif 'puhlli Hvs Hre
will result' irf' the vei'tliroiV of1
the p r e vrt il Mi-uj'p tT6 rj.
0harleyrfy;Jii'b o'f the
ni6""activ6 itt-publicans'in
Chilleoothe.'iitill- blst year . a
member-of the Iad i d.i Giit Ail
Com m i ttafr-f Ja r cqqaty,:i ,is
actively a-Hiisting'iij'tliQ1,fprina-tion
;6f a 1 Gr'oeley". and 'lirown
jlub In 'the, third ward of chil-
licote.'
iVM
1,!.. i;i bvIi V
:Hil',') i
GREELEY CHIPS.
Henry,. Wjlflon says "Grant
rinks 4m much.
IHVK H'ari how, before
the people for the Presidency
Horace : Greeley and Horse
Grant.. We are for Greeley.
'--Tally one more For Greeley
and Brown ! The Erie (Penn.)
Jfrlly.BnUetin has 2 jnst made
its . appearance on the right
H.t.ti .Mil . : . ,f;.
.j.Eyery.raan.witbf.one excep
tion, who w,as a, candidate 'on
tha Kepubhcan State ticket of
Illinois f'n ,jlS60; is hpw . for
Greeley. . , ,. .,, :''-' ?
A careful estimate makes it
prob-ablrthat there will - be a
falling roff'oi l,000;in the coun
ty. of' Windsor,'1 Connecticut,
alone.1 '' - l" ' '
-. .-.' 'Ui ( i;-ys- ' -v
,,'At least three hundred Re
publicans in , Monroe countv.
Michigan,' who voted, for Grant
roar years ago .,w;ll vote for
Greeley. ,
n AH over the country, white
menare deserting from Grant
to . Greeley;: The 1 desertions
from1! Viii Buren to 1 Han ison
in'lMO were not: more rapid.
iiV 'l he Buffalo Express is san-
goiue, there will he a panic if
Greeley is elected.,-' The panic
will be among the; thieves and
ent.rte 'addition,, division
ancj, ! silence brigade. . j..2i
"The -'Pittsburgh 'Evening
Chronicle '(Grant ' paper) ha
the 'candor to say- that the Re
publicans counted'on carrvinfr
Carolina by 10,000 ma-
. ... .-I .
joruy ; .- : ' "
The . Indianapolis colored
man whq wants to vote - for
Greeley has again been assault
ed by Grant negroes. This
time ihey brought him down
with a slung shot. -
' A vote waa taken1 on Mon
day among the silver-platers jr
Hale's sh9p,;113 Nassau street.
Reaultj Greeley, 48;; Grant, 0.
This ishop was formerly a Grant
stronghold. : 1, !:;,'
: For the past , week flO.OOO
has beeri'wafting at the office
of the' Daily News to bet '. that
Hbrao'e Greeley vrill be' the
next President of the United
States; Put up or shut upl ''
I'.tl! i)j J 'll I il.. .
.,; Guerrilla Moaby'i speech for
vant. is published in' all the
WRiy, ioyal papers, ;with joyous
XprH8s(on8..vIf hohad spoken
for, Greeley, now, what a .bad
rebel, he'would have been 1 C : ;
J" Oiip'ti.'eorge . T 'Anthony,- a
Federal' officeholder- "at'! tea v
eawoi thKan.i' politely refers
to'Sehator Sumner ' as ' ,"a liar
and a dog,;" and' to' Schurz as
that "dirty foreign pimp.'':
,iu. ;m.U
. ,The citizens .of,, :East- Nor
wich,' Xyjfti'eworklng with a
wTlTTcT'Greerey and Brown.:
Cam pai gn;' cl u bs have been o h
ganizea,; ,a,naiqaiiy tnere are
additions to the roll V of honor!
! 'The ''Christian''. Sage" U
wh;bme of tnmore devoted
aWd1 yMi orthGrant .' flunk
ies, now call their chief ' Hell
hound 'Horace' l'fh'fiii'Arm' nf
eii'deai'ment for' diis 'sudcessor.
nniBoS.TrJinaeript (Ad-
uaiuAoui iiiavia oavi duav ; 14.1 nsu n
last canjature of Senator sum
ner.i Vis! in, wretched, tas t'e a nd a
crul misrepresentation, , and
the yqreeste Spy. Ad ra. .eri?
dors'e the'q'piniqn; , , ',
!A. 'TJie male t employees of Fran
cis' Martin;: shoe manufacturer,
0" Warren' street, ! on Monday
votod'lft'for Greeley and 2 for
Grant.' i. The girls, nine in nura
bep,' were unanimous for Uncle
Horace; i"1' ''':.-il',i
James S. Foreman and Janies
rrmi'' bottTof, whom, nave
beer? sf,fo;n'rV pillars in 'the; Re
publioap party , Qf Noblo cotiii'
tyhaVe1 not' onlv';' come! 'out
'opetfl)t'for;G(reeley arid Br'own;
out they are organizing vqq-.
UW' add Bro'.vvii clubs J all, over
Noblol.t'oqnty.' ''' ThatVi th'e
way to do it,
,r . in-., t-
Gallipolis, McArthur and
Columbus Railroad.
,:-Xast week Col.Ripley and
Judge';Ca80 visited McArthur
and there met President Lang
ley, and several cf thh Direc
tors of the G., Mc A. & C. It.
R.! Company, and had a full
and -frank , conference witr
them air relation to the basis o!
the-company and prospects fo
the early -completion of the
road.
At the Board of Trade meet
ing on 'Friday evening they
made their report, and there
from we learn that tiie basis of
the company is not as good as
good as desired That a trou
ble has arisen in Gallia county
between' some of the principal
citizens, and stockholders and
the President,, which has as
sumed; proportions which seem
t6',be'a serious impediment to
the.speedy.completion of the
enterprise. -The people in thi?
enterprise ai:e not specially it
terestedfts-tb'the justness c
unj iistfiess of the difficulty, ana
wVoffer no opinion - who is
right and "who1 is wrong. Suf
ficit'fp say that several of the
large stockholders have refused
t6 jjay.;' their.' installments of
stock,, and suits have been com
menced to collect, which bid
fair to maintain lengthy litiga
tion.; ;;
Itis possiiile that there is
s6rrie ' wrong management of
the affairs of. the c mpany, and
if soo the same should be cor
rected as speedily as possib',
and this enterprise put o: .
safe ancl prosperous basis, and
hastened to a speedy completion.-.!--With
the state of affairs
as reported by the committee,
it is .better '. that our citizens
should-defer action until some
of the difficulties are removed,
that we may be sure that our
money will- be properly invest
ed.' We have no desire to
vote away some 25,000, and
then have it squandered with
out the hope of any benefit.
Our people are anxious for the
speedy construction of the road,
and will do their duty when
the-time arrives, which we
hqpe will not be very distant,
Hocking Sentinel.
' And now the Philadelphia
Press thinks the Grantites will
gain nothing by abusing Chas.
Sumner,' and says he is one of
the grandest historical charac
ters of our time, standing al
most alone in the immensity of
tils intellect and the sublimity
of his patriotism and integrity,
He is the idef.l of a Democratio
Senator in a republic, approach
ing more nearly the Koman
model than any that lives to
day. , His life is a record of
absolute fidelity to liberty and
humW rights; of that rare vir
toe that clings to'right in the
absence, of reward and at the
expense of preferment. ' In the
struggle ngainst slavery and
caote he has been the tormost
man in America, an through all
the mutations of our politics,
the apostasy 6f some leaders
and the lukewarmness of oth
ers, Charles Sumner has been
consistent in his rigid devotion
to Republicanism in the widest
meaning of the term.
- One 'Mullins, , at Hancock,
Terin,'.;: the other day was str.uck
by " lightning, his breeches
stri pped off, , and , his- naked
body driven so , far into the
ground that bis sons had'diffi
culty in pulling him out. This
will be Grant's fate in Novem
ber. If reports be true, he has
often been, struck by Jersey
lightning at Long Branch, but
the Greeley thunderbolts will
bury him deeper than poor
Mullicsr
' ' Godby's Lady's Book for
September, as usual , is , filled
with- choice and interesting
reading,' especially for . the la
dies.It should be taken by
eye.ry family .in.; the i land.'
Terms,' $3 per year. Address ,
L.. A.; .. G pdey, - Philadelphia,
Pa. '

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