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Ifiljc (Enquirer.
Building, North Side ol Mulu Street, "t f
Court House. '
J. W. BOWWi Kdltor. '
MeArthur, September 11, 1872
"Owr Banner Streams in Light."
ONE,' PRESIDENTIAL' TERJlf.
.... Pacification and Purification.""
F I RMi TRIED 'AND TRUE;
No more NepotismNo Presonts
No Bribes.
True Civil Service Reform. 1
TEE LIVraa PRESENT SOT THE DEAD PAST.
Charity to AllMalice toward None.
Universal Amnesty Impartial Soffra;.
ONE COUNTRWNE PEOPLE.
HO BA8T-I0 WEST Ho HOEti-HO SOUTH.
ALL RIGHTS FOB ALT. '
National Nominations by the People.
FOR PRESIDENT, "
HORACE GREEEEY.
FOB VICE-PRESIDENT,
B- GRATZ BROWN
PBISIMNIIAL MCTOS AT LAR.OB,
Thomas Ewiag, '
Antrait Thlem.
DISTRICT ELECTOR,
OWEN T. XJUNKINO,
Of Vinton County,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
' ' ' ' FOB SSCRET1BT OF STATU, . . , ,
GENERAL AQUILLA WILEY, '
of Wayne County. : .
JCDGI Or SUFBIMI COUBT,
: JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, ' ' 1
of Franklin County. . ' ;
MEMBER Or BOARD Of PUBLIC WORI8,
ISAAC B. BILEY, ;
of Licking County. ' "
FOB OOHORE8S, .
SAMUEL A. NASH,
Of Gallia County;
FOR COMMON PLIA8 IVVOX, , .' ,
JOHN T. MOORE,
Of PlJfe County.
COUNTY TICKET.
FOB BBKBIPr, :
GEORGE W. PILCHEK.
FOB CLERK,
GEOKGE E. COOK. ' ;
rOBTBIASUBIB,, .
NELSON RICHMOND. ,
FOB F10BATE JUDGE, ' '
HERMAN B. MAYO. .
FOR COMMISSIONER,
JOSIAH B. MARTIN.
. FOB CORONER, , . .
GEORGE XT. GREEN.
CAMPAIGN OF 1872.
THE McARTHUB ENQUIBEB
Sent to any Addres,
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The campaign of 1878 bid fair to be one of the
most exciting In our political nisiory. ur
purpose of assisting In the dissemination or the
floctrine of political reform, The McAbthub
Enquirer will be sent during the oampaign, or
for four months, for only 26 cento. Subscriptions
may commence at any time, and continue for
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Address, J. W. BOW EN,
Editor and Publisher, MeArthur, 0.
DEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC-AND-
LIBERAL REPUBLICAN
. JW i. ' r-
MEETINGS!!
Meetings of the Democracy and Liberal Bei
publicana will be addressed at the following
times and places: "''
CENTER SCHOOL-IIOUSE, Vinton township,
Wednesday evening, September 11 Speakers,
Claypoole and HcGillivray.
DARBY'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Richland town
ship, Thursday evening, September li Speak
ers, Foreman and Mayo. .
SAMPSON'S. BCHOOL-IIOU6E, Jackson town
ship, Friday evening, September 13 Speakers,
Mayo and Claypoole. ',
SPEARMAN'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Eagle town
ship, Saturday evening, September 14 Speak
ers, McGIUivray and Claypoole. '
ZALESKI, Monday Evening, September US
Speaker, Hon. Daniol J. Callen. -WILKESVILLE,
Tuesday Afternoon, Septem
ler B4 Speakers, lion. Daniel J. Callen and
Hon. S. A. Nash, '.. , 1. , (J
ALLENSVILLE, Wednesday afternoon, Sep
tember 85 Speakers, Nash and Mayo.
Mo ARTHUR, Saturday Evening, September Si
Speaker, Hon, V. J. Callen. ,
HAM DEN, Monday Evening, September 1
Speakers, Mayo, Claypoole and Gnnning,
i rbo Advisory Comtu lttees in the several town
ships will make the necessary arrangements for
holding these meetings. ' , J .-. ' i.v. i"
By order of County Central Committee.,, t
When E. Follensbee Noyes,
the blackguard Govenior. of
Ohio, who docs business on. a
fierce voice and wooden leg, next
strips off Lis coat and character-;
izes the supporters of Greeley in
this State as a "thieving, cow
ardly set," let some honest , yeo
man in the. audience-ask -him
why the Probate Judges in Ham
ilton county who r steal , are ; not
indicted and sent to thePeniten
Cin, Enq.
MASS MEETING
—AT—
HAMDEN, OHIO.
Friday Afternoon, September 20' 72.
C0l2 ; rifGROSVENOR I
OF MISSOURI,
Senator 91. W. KAKSOM,
OF NORTH CAROLINA, AND
HON. DANIEL J. CALLEN,
" OF OHIO,
"VVill be present' and deliver
able and eldquent speeches.
Everybody should'nttend and
and hear the issues of the cam
paign fairly'and' candidly , dis
cussed.' , 'V ' '
MASS MEETING!
MASS MEETING! —AT—
MASS MEETING! —AT— McARTHUR, OHIO.
—ON—
Saturday Afternoon, Sept. 21.1872.
noririj.CALLEtf,
The eloquent young Irish On-
tor, ; of Mercvr Uounfy, win ie
present nnd , deliver;; au able
and souLstirrinc speech. Come
in wagons, on horseback, on
footany . way to get nere
and hear the live issues of the
campaign candidly and fear
lessly, presented. ,
Bundy in Town.
The procession last Saturday
night, composed of 93 whites and
71 colored, men and boys, march
ed to the Court-house, when
Hezekiah Bundy was introduced
to about 650 or 71)0 ' persons,
comprising men women, children
and Greeleyites. Bundy, the
champion orator, began his ora
tion in great agony. Hayes had
made Bundy's speech here, and
hence Bundy s embarrassment.
Col. Coates sat on the platform
hooking "whortleberries" from
Hezekiah's pockets while he re
tailed a lot of anecdotes. He
said in the outset that he was
not prepared to make a political
speech, hut that his friend, Ho
mer C. Jones, was prepared and
would tell them all about mat
ters. This reminds us of a wit
ty Irishman who had been em
ployed as a witness in the early
days ot the Ureenup Uourt Ihe
case was called before the Irish
man t could, have an interview
with his man, and to the repeat
ed questions of counsel and
judge, the nonplussed son ot the
Emerald Isle could only point to
to hisiriend, the plaintiff in the
case, and-ay "be jabbers, he
knows it." Bundy pointed to
his friend, Jones as if to say
"be jabbers, he knows it" The
Hon. Hezekiah has a stock ol
nursery rhymes with .which he
goes over the district, and from
them tries to prove that Sumner,
Schurz, Greeley, Trumbull and
Tipton are great rascals. Ihe
touching quotation of '
'i "Peter, Peter pumpkin eater,
' Had a wife and couldn't keep her,"
was rendered by Mr. Bundy in
a felicitous manner, and was the
only thing ' cheered during the
entire evening. The assertion
that no party could fellow the
leadership of Mr. Sumner six
months and live, provoked smiles
from several Republicans, who
have recognized Mr. Sumner as
the leading light of the . ltepubli
can party m the palmiest days of
its triumphs. On the whole,
Dir. Jjuuuy o Bueeuueo iu uuuijipdd
are of the same "caliber as that
delivered here last' Saturday
night, he will be the Nasby of the
Nasby" of the House, without
ISasby s originality. , lLi& con-
Btituency, u mey eieci nun, bdouiu
provide, him with a peanut roast
er and a bound copy of Jack, the
Giant Killer, by, way of a diplo
ma, and send him to the capital
in the care ot.Donn riatt. .
. Jones followed in a wild, ram
bling way, relating all the anec
dotes that Bundy had; forgotten.
We omitted to say that Mr. Bun
dy told the colored men that if
Greeley was elected they would
lose all their rights. But Mr.
Bundy was excited, and we sup
pose Jie didn't kow,what he was
saying. . Many of the colored
men. left and went down town
while speaking was going on.-
We hope that Mother Goose's
melodies and "other "appropriate
juvenile songs' will be sent to
Mr. B.. under' Sherman's frank
during ; the campaign, 1 as : they
tvill bo weighty documents in
his hands, 'and will enable him
to tell in a pleasant and rhyth
mical way what he knows 1 about
Portsmouth
times.
They've Changed.
if
Those "narrow-minded block-
liads" who control the papers
that advocate the election of
Grant do not talk as they did a
year ago. Just picic up one oi
their Daners of a year ago and
compare it with the papers of
this campaign, une year ago
they abused Democrats without
mercy. Hi very Lemocrai was a
"rebel, 'traitor"' and everything
else that was mean.. Now they.
have ceased calling . Democrats
such names, their stereotyped
infamous phrases being scarcely
heard of. What are the "narrow-minded
blockheads" engaged
in now ? ; Pick up ' their papers
and you, will find that . they, are
devoting their 'Islanders, defa
mation and fod-tongued scurril
ity" to maligning and calumnia
ting the distinguished Kepubii
can leaders who have gone from
them to' support Horace Gree
ley for President They seem
to think they have taken a large
job, as they devote their entire
time ia defaming and slandering
such men as Trumbull, bcnuRZ,
Sumner, Banks, and others: and
thev have been so busy pouring
filth all over their i old leaders,
including their old parent, Mr.
Greeley, that they seem to have
no time to spend in calling Dem
ocrats hard times. 1 It is with
the greatest difficulty that they
can find accusations mlamous
enough, slanders vile enough, or
language evil enough to apply to
the men whom, until recently,
thev have always praised in the
highest terms.' Until within the
past four months they were
speaking highly of Samuel A.
Nash. ' A few weeks ago he was
highly praised by Ex-Sena.tor II.
C.Jones of this district In
speaking of Mr. Nash, Mr. Jones
has been heard to say, "Nash has
more brains than any man in
this district, and can outrun any
other man." On the day follow
ing the Convention of the Liber
al Republicans and Democrats,
which assembled at Portsmouth,
August 1st, Mr. Jones was found
(by the Vinton county delegates
who w;ere returning from that
Convention at Hamden, where
he was listening with breathless
silence to the good North Caro
lina election news that was then
rminor Kv talAornnli. Wbfin in-
formed thaf Samuel'A NAsn'of
Gallia had received the nomina
tion for Congress, Mr. Jones said
"Nash is a strong man : I would
rather any other man would be
the oDDonent of Bundy. lie is
the sharpest man in Gallia coun
tv." This is the substance of
the language used by Jones,
omitting, the numerous oaths
i
that he found necessary to con
nect with it. But now a great
change has come . ouer Jones
who is going about the district
speaking little pieces. . 'Among
other things, Jones says: "I
know what s the matter with
Nash; I beat him a few votes for
Presidential E ector " His re
marks are quite different now-r-
instead of praise ,we hear 'vile
slander. He can not say . now
that Mr. Nash is honest and in
corruptible, and is thoroughliy
identified with every material
interest connected with the pros
perity of the people of iw lth
district. - Not at all. But we
hope, however, that the caliber
of this spouter of slang, the hon
h. c. jones, who feels that he is
one of the "mightiest men ol the
nation," is not sufficint to make
anv change in the minds of the
liberal RepubUcanp, The vul
garity of the man naying W
legitimate effect. '
How the Grantites Make
Money.
. Every Grantite thinks the ea
siest way to, make money is the
best Hundreds and 1 hundreds
of Grantites have ' jumped
right into success. They all
desire to moke money,' and
they don't care how they make
it either, or who it may come off
of. ' One of these Grantites, liv
ing in Lexington, Mo., named
Julian Carter, whether he is , a
relative of any of the Grant Ring
of MeArthur, we are not advised,
got a postoffice, stole $7,000, and
compromised the matter with
the ; Government officials at
Washington by paying only
$2,000 and promising to vote for
Grant for President Julian is
now loaning money on mortgage,
cursing Greeley, and is , said to
to be a very sagacious capitalist
and one of the irioBt loyal. ,
' Vote against tbg Grant thieves!
Democratic and Liberal
Republican Mass Meetings.
'
ThAfnllnwInif Democratic un.l I.Hiei'.il HimhiIi-
llcan meetings are hereby aiinmuui'.l;
Meetings for Gen. Thomas Ewuig.
Wapakonetta, Thursday p. m.. Sept, IS,
Marion, Friduy, p. in., Sept. 1 . ' '
Hnriugdold. Saturday evening, bent. H.
Marietta. Wednesday afternoon, bept. .18.
Athens, Thursday attornoon, Sept; 10.
I'oineroy, rrmiiy ....
Ironton, Monday afternoon, Sept. SJ.
I'ortsmonth, Tuesday alteriioon.Sopt. 24.
I'alnosville, Monday, September 8U.
.lOUOini.u. auuemiuj " -
... hi,.. ....,.. .. unni.,knii,i. I liltnn, ft.
mil ieu, iim.UBio "i I
Medina, Friday .aftornoon, Ootolwr 4. (
Asiiiana, oiiHiruay '""""" "Yvu"vl "-; , .
MeetinesforHon Cassius'M. Clay.
pbrtsmonth, Wednesday evening, September 11.'
Ironton, Tunrsday p. ., iunnr i.
tinlllHoiis, Siitunlay p. ' Septi'inlicr 14. v- ,
Blluilicport, niiuuiui, oi'""i ..imu.
Morrow, Tuosday p. " September 1'..
AOiua, veuiieuiiy """, ""r""'""
Meetines for. Gen. Aquila Wiley.
l'ortsmomn, wcdnciuuy uuiiiuh,oupw:uiui .
Ironton, Thursdav, l). m. September ia.
vxiuuiiuiis, cm win my n m., - t
Morrow, Tuesday p. in., September 17. ' t
Urbnua, T'liursdity evening, Sopteiubcr II).
Keneioiuaine, nuiuy, p. dipm-uimui u.
Krmiin. fiutiinlnv n.ni.. September SW.
Meetings for Hon. P. Van Tramp.
Wiipnkoucttn, Thursday ovoning, September, yi.
Meetinfrs for Hon. J. a. ,iones, -.
Marietta, Wednesday afternoon, Septftmlicr 18.
Athous, Thursday nllcnioon, Suptcinbor 1. . ,.
ronieioy. r niuiy hiu'"w", .'.'i'...".-. v. , .
Ironton, Monday attornoon, September S3.
l'nrtKinoutli. Tuesday afternoon, Septombr S4. '
Meetings1 for Col. 0. N, Goulding.
Shelby, Weilnosdiiy oveninff, September 11.
Aiansiioui, ruursuayevuuinB, wpram
Nowurk, Friday evening, September 18.
Meetings tor, Htm. W, H, Oldham.
Rlielln', Wednosdiit evouiuir, September 11. .
Mansileld, ThuuidJvy eveuiug, Soptember IS.
Newiirk, Friday evening, September, 18.
Meetings for Judge E. F. Paine,
Mt. Gilcad, Wednesday p. m., Sopteipbcrll.
Gnlion. Wedncidoy evening, September 11. .
Norwalk, Thuriduy evening, September IS. .
Fremont, Fridiy evening, September 13, . .
Klmorc, sntum'iy p. m., Beptumuer j-h ,
Flndlny, Weduesdny afternoon, Septembor 18.
Meetings far Hon. M. J. aonthortt-
Joint discussion with Judge Marsh.
Newark. Friday afternoon, Soptember 18.
yew riuladelptiia, Tuusday evening, Sept. 17.
Meeting for Hon. W. D. Hill.
Norwalk, Thursday evening, Septemlior 13.
Fremont, r riiiny oveiiinjf, oepiumiir , .
V.lmnrfl. Saturday evonlnir. September 14.
Itraaflitn-a far Rnnnpul Morofan-
Ttollefontalne, Friday afternoon, Septombor 80.
Kenton, Saturday al'ternoon, September 81.
Meetings for Col. Wm. M. Uroavenor.
TVt,lnnoilav nftnrninnn. finnljmlinr 11.
Middletown, Thursday afternoon, Sopttmibor 14
Marion, Friday afternoon, Soptember 13. :
UeiawtLre, numruny himiiiiiiuu, w,wh(, .
Lancaster, Monday ufternoan, September It),
1 .. ni..na.lnu ttnnw.ii . &nnliimlu,r IT.
Marietta, Wednesday afternoon, Soptember, 18.
. n m,....,l(.. .',A..n UiitAniW 10
Hamden, Frlflay afternoon, Septembor 80.
Chillicotlio, Saturday afternoon, September SI.
n.vtnn nnnsiliiv pvnninir. Knntembor 24.
Lima, Wednesday ovuing, September 20.
Meetings for Geo, Yf, Honk.
F.aton, Wednesday afternoon, Soptember 11.
Middletown. Tnursday afternoon, September 11
Meeting for Senator M.W- Ransom-
Lancaster, wonaty aiiemoon, DciiH-muvr iu.
Cireleville. Wednesday afternoon, September 19.
Chilllcotlie. Saturday afternoon, beptomber 81.
Waverlv, iionnay auornoou, wiivchhkii
Locust (Jrovo. Tuesday aftenioon, Soptemlior 24.
,ir .rri wa,l..na,lnv nflj.mnon. Sent. fttl.
Jeorgctown, Thursday aftornoon, September Sift
Meetings for Ssuator A. u. liiurman.
Dclnwaro. Saturday afternoon, September 14.
Findlav, Wednesday afternoon, September 18.
New rhiladclpliia, Saturday aftornoon Sept. 21.
Sidney, Tuesday afternoon, September IT.
l.anCOSier. niltuniUY nnoimwi "Y'' , "
Somerset, Monday fcfternoou, September 8.
iwnetinirs for Hon. L. T. Neal. '
Waverlv, Monday afternoon, Septemlior 28.
Locust farove. Tuesday nfternoon,boptemler4.
West Union, Wednesday afternoon Sept. 25.
r.nnr.rt.tnwn. Thursday afternoon, September 80.
Meeting for Colonel Geo. W, Andrew.
Bryan, Thursday afternoon, twptemuer m.
'-Mo. ..--April.' iv A. W, Patrick.
Woostar. Wedncslay evening Reptemiwr n,
Mansllold, Tliursdliy evenlnx, Septombor 19.
Crcstllno, Frldnypvonlntr, SupteniliorlH,
Vl.wltnv Afi.mluu Atroilillfr. KlHlU-mbor IU.
Toledo, Tuesdavevenlng, September 17.
Delaware, Thursday even in tr, September 19.
Columbus, Friday evening, September SO.
Mtlns-s for Hon. J. V. Burrows.
Wooster. Wednesday evening, Septemlior 11.
v. r.i , mi 1 ..In.. Cni.tnnikn, 19
niaiisnioiu. iijurwm.v nvc s. mi'...".
Crcstllno, Frlnsy Mcning, September 13.
Upper Sandusky, Saturday aftprppon, Sept. 14.
MeethiRS for Hon. J. K. Mower.'
West Liberty, Saturday afternoon, September 14.
Xcnia, Wediicsdav afternoon, September 18.
Urbana, Thursday cvciiiiig, September 10.
Bellefbiitaine, Friday afternoon, September 80.
Meetings for Ir. J, jS. Musson.
West Liberty, R.tnrdav afternoon. Soptomlier 14.
Bcllefnntaiiie, Friday afternoon, September 80.
Meetings' for Hon. D. J. Callen.
Hamden, Friday afternoon, Septemlior SO.
MeArthur, Hatimlny afternoon, September 31.
Hons. R. 11. Hudson and Wylle II. Oldham
ttIH anonV of Wnmlilld. Thursday aftornoon,
September 19! v
Meetings tfor Hon. J. J. reen.
Locust Orove. Tuesday afternoon, Heptember J4.
West Union, Wcihiesday afternoon. Sept. So.
Georgetown, Thursday afternoon, Septembers.
Meetings for Hon. J. B. Clymer.
Uv iiiwnnnn. Seiitcmber 80.
Jefferson, Tuesday aftcrniqn, October 1.
Thompson, Wednf tdav afternoon, Octobar 8.
Mantua, Friday eVcning, Octobe 41 "
' Meeting fV' "on. W. is. noK.
New Lexington, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 18.
Semerset, Monday afternoon, September If-
Meeting fpr Hon. H. J. Jewett.
New Lexington, Thursday afternoon, Sept 1J.
Lancaster. Saturday afternoon, September Stt.
Somerset, Monday afternoon, September SO.
i Meetings for Hon. 8. F. Cary.
New Loxlngton, Thursday afternoon, Sept 10.
Barnesvllle, Friday aftemonn Seiitem bor SO
llellalre, Friday evening Septemlr SO.
Coshocton, Monday Hficl-pooii H'n'm,'or w'
Cadli, Tuesday afternoon, Si'plonfWi' x.
(.'arrolUm, Wednesday aftenition, Beiiteln her so.
naiinoviiie. iiiurwiav piurnKn, my -RavennB,
Friday afternoon, (September !
Akron Saturday evening, HeptomlM,r
Snville, Monday afternoon Siipteuilier 80. :
Woostor, Monilav evening, Beptemlier 80.
Mt Vornou, Tuesday afternoou, October 1.
Meetinus for Judge John B, Littler.
Waverlv, Monday afternoon, September W.
Ixicuit Grove.Tuesday altenioon.Soiiteiiiborx.
West Union, Wednendav afternoon, Sept So.
, GeorgetownThursday atternoou, September so.
1 Jfaetlngs for Hon. J.F. McKlnney. ,
Sidney, Ifiesdnv afternoon, Heptember 17.
Flndisy, Vodnesduy alternoon. Septemlior 18. .
)ai(liuKV, Thiindav'evenlna, opnibor JU.
UuujiileW, Friday a'ftornoonrseptember p. i ,
Gallon "turayi1(ii1iPn8l4wi"'' ..
M."t?;;;forHon.r.Alwwtlwaohn
Mr, iinia. i i ' ' ' .
TJiipor Pnndusky', Tuesday afternoon Seiit. S4. .
Lima, Wednusdav afternoon, Septemlior Sd.
W .!.. ln...... n.: i - M..... ,A
Hamilton, Saturday ovenhig, Srptoineer SH. '
HUIhIioi-o. Tuesday afternoon, Octolwr 1. '
Ureenfleld, Wednesday afternoon, October 8, .
Chillicotlio. Tliiimilnv nvMuinir. Octolier 8.
Portsmouth, Friday evening, October 4. i
Meeting for Colonel James WV Hlnton.
Mansfield, Friday afternoon, Septeinlior SO.
Gallon, Saturday afternoon, rteptonilHir n. 1 '
Ilucyrus, Monday aflenioon, Heptt'inlwr S8.
Upper Haudmkv, Tuesday afternoon, Seiit 84.
Lima, Wednesday afternoon, vopteiulivr S5.
,i niiuKuuvin, i UUSUny ilU9lll,iuii,nuii,,i,,ui
Meetings for Hon. George K. I'ugh.
r im. urA.i..n.., .... 'u.i..,.i,i,A o
Toledo. Thiinilny evening, Si'ptmiilwr Sll. .i
Nonvalk, Friday afternoon, Hopteinlior S7, ,
Oierlln, Saturday afternoon, bepleiiihur SH. .
Cleveland, Saturday evenlug septembor SB.
GERMAN MEETINGS.
Meetings for.Uon. August Tliliime. 1
YounRStown, Monday evening, Mnptember 10.
Hteulwnville, Tuesday ovoning, Hepteinlicr 17.,
llellalm, Wediuwlayoveiilmr, SepienilMiria
WoiNlslii'ld, Tliursdliy aftornoon, September 10.
Zulicavlllo, Frlduy uvouln, ty'pteinlMir SO.
' Meetings for . Kromm. ' ,
Mnrlntln. Hnlimlnv .,,nllllf. Hl'lltl'llllMT 14.
Pomoroy, Monday evening, September lit.
Ironton, Tiiosdnv ovea lug, Soiitenibef 17. .
I'ortunimilli, Wednesday evening, September In.
Waverly, Friday eveuliiK, September SO. ,
llnllllllOll, Tliesdny UTOIIIIlft neiiu nunir m.
Iliivtii. Wiilim,l,Vv uviinluiT. Si'litemlieo SB.
8pr'lngUidd,Tliiiisdiiyevunliig, Septemlior Sa
" Other apiiolntminU will le made lit a ft w
duys. County Commltteo will make all no.
sary arrangements for bidding those meetings.
JoiinQ, THOHMOH, Chainnan. .
'H, B. KiaiLMAM, leoratnrr.
Readek, let us toll you some
thing. In. -JVio Arthur dwells a
monstrous fellow,., one of the
most, : ''complete i auarrow-mhided
blockheads who would like to he
useful to a great and good cause
but don't. "know how," that ever
dwelt among moral, temperate,
honest and quiet people. This
mighty man of the nation has
been heard of throughout this dis
trict. ' A few days : before the
Grant Convention for the '11th
Congressiopal district assembled
there vvas'a prospect of a mighty
change going forward in the po-t
litical history of our once happy
country, by this , great man lor
the benefit of the whole people.
This mighty man, whom we shall
call Hon. Homer C. Jones, de
clared "without fear or favor,"
onihe streets of the little village;
aforesaid,, before the Convention
aforesaid convened, that if. Neal,
of Lawrence county, should re
ceive the nomination for Con
gress, at that Convention, he
would stump the district and do
all he -could against him.. As
Mr. Bundy received the nomina
tion, that great chaiige in the
political history of' V pur ''Country
is not taking place. We shall
only say that tho author of ' that
threat was the same person who
was defeated in the nomination
for State Senator, about a year
ago, by Mr. Neal and others, and
is now, by accident, the candi
date for Presidential Elector on
the Grant ticket for this Con
gressional district. Sane peo
ple will take ; notice of I these
things and govern themselves
accordingly when they visit the
polls at the October and Novem
ber elections, ; J " '
Collins, the Pension Agent,
who is one of Grant's defaulters
in the sum of. $100,000," thinks
Greeley's election would he prej
udicial tp the financial. prosperi
ty of the country",
LOOK HDItE, BVKItY-1!01Y!
Call at GpNxiNO'g Brito Stork, In Will's
Building, nnd soe those Fine Oil Taintlngs,
Chromos, Photographs, riain and Colored Lith
ographs, which aro for sale vory cheap. They
are so beautiful I
SECOND SEMI-ANNUL STATEMENT
THE—
AUDITOR TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
AUDITOR TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. —FOR THE—
HALF ENDING ON THE 3D DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1872.
In compliance with an Act pnssni) April 5th, 1H50, to jirovide for the better regulation of the re
ceipt, disbursement and safe-keeping of the l'ubllo lleveuwyns follows, to-witt
' iL'OUUTY FUND!
Balance In Ti-casury 670 19
. BRIDGE FUND:
Balance In Treasury.. I.. 8,803 87
couKTY roon fund:
Balance Iu Treasury. .'..t .'....' 997 S9
RCnOOL AND SCHOOL IIOU8K FUND:
Balance In Treasury 10,6STI
TOWNS1UT AND TQWSHIP POOR FUKD:
Balance In Treasury............ .' ! j.. '1,44189
ItUILDINO OR IXFIRMAHY FUND:
Balanoe In Treasury
MINISTERIAL FUND,
Baliinco hi Treasury ;
PRJJfCIPjVL SECTfONSq-FUND; : ,
Balance In Treasury ,. ....,...
J'BINCIPAL SRCTION ia-FUSJI
Balance Iu Treasury due State ,.. SOBS
i TOWNSHIP
Balance In Treasury
CORPORATION FUND:
Balance In TrcasuiT.... ....f
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUNDI
Balance la Treasury
Total Balances In Treasury. .
WE, the undemlffiied, Treasurer and Auditor
ilio loregoipg stiareiiieni is t true umiiihi. ui uxv ni iinr. luiuniuuiK in utv i irnnnrjr ui v iiiiuu
County, QUiii, belimgipg Jo eacli Fund, us appears of record In tho Auditor's OlUce.
Glvou undor pur hands, qnl'clallyi'Mtlhd day oponteiiibcr. 4. p. 1J2.
;. 1,818 00
SECTION 80 INTEREST: , ,
:' 11 39
nOAD FUNDI
,,,,, ., . 801 88
TJ 89
8S4 98
...19,1S6 96
of Vinton County. Ohio, do hereby certify that
HALF ENDING ON THE 3D DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1872. NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton, County, Ohio.
WM. W. BELFORD. Auditor Vinton County, Ohio.
September 11.1872.
THE ART OF MONEY MAKING,
OH THE ROAD TO lOETUNE.
By J. D. MILLS, a Now York Men-bunt: A
new book. 4IM) pages, Numerous Illustrations.
l'rieetS.W. Liberal roinniiHslon. A pit's out lit
7B cento. Wolves the iiuestlou, "Wlins shall I
eoimutiiiiU (lie flirpipr, etipowi the latter. Ho
latesstrango haps and tiiUliflps to, hikI anee
dotes of all sorts of money makers. Mtiftt
all, Itshowt i , , ,'...i'.1 . . . .
How Money Can be Made Now.
AGENTS, IT SELLS.
Be Quick for Criola of Territory, .
AiUlross
' 1 INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
' 1 1 m and 95 mbkrtv STnxKT, . r.
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. AGENTS' W
I'or ti'r ii? pitt ni'il ni8iMifri,iip anaiustrpor
ot lUsysHi',
BUFFALO L'AJiP-
.. . , ., ii'
By llou. W. E. Webb, of Topoko,. Kansas. The
wealth and wildness, mysteries and mnrvelii, of
the boundless West, fully slid truthfully tie
scribed. Overflowing Willi wit and humor. A
complete lluido for Sportsmen and KmiKrantH.
J'rofiutly and Hpliniliilly Jlhutrnltil. Immnnhi
l,y Voi'iU.AH hiii selling beyond rowlent.-r
Send for Illustrated Clriular, tonus, etc.. AT
onok. to the i'lilillshors, K. lIANNAKOltD A
CO., 1.77 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sept. 11-4U
DR. CEOOK'S WINE , OF XAU !
Tn Tesirsiof RTiilllfl
oi lii provi-d Hr. Crook 'a
AVInoof far lx) have more
merit tliuil any Ml in liar
liroparntlditovuroflerfld lo
me puiiiio, it im rion in
tho uimllclnnl minlltlcaof
Tar, nnd iiiieiinmled tor
d lnai)M of the Tbmat tt
l.snirl. llArrnrnitiiai Dim
drVlt "3hwi. iniMtrMiiiukableouroH. It
' ' fl'.rS niruotuiilly eurmiall Congk
ii; . niiiias. luws nimi m
sw -fif. rTw-f. nianymuwn of Aalhinst
Jlii li bet jiroiiounotHl a
apooKlo fiir these com
iiliilnlM. l'nrl'alns India
lrnKt, HMi or llurk,
Jruv'l OS liKluey ll
nH,'tlsniiiHiaof tlio t'rlit
nry Oruis Jsusilt,i,
or any l.Fvrr 4'ouiplnJlu
It. nm mi rnual.
It lanisoaauperior loiue,
ItrMlori-M (he Appetite,
Ntrns;tbna itaeWyats-m.
HeUre Use Urnk and lrltlHntd, ,
CaiiMKM fmtil Itlant,
Ilmnovra l.vl,ll " I iiUrHtluu,
I'rstsuls MidMrtvus Ji'svvrs.
ttlvaa tosia rus-sVBtus
nor"' tjiinpietos ino sjihlect nv snowing now
betto'do Ifc" Islfiiirofift'ji.epniprelioiislve, mor
al am) lively. 'l'uls id a llpuiViiiiil niortey-nia-klnir
unlvrnrlsHU. Iiotli liVueNt' aiid' illHlione.t:
Ayer's
r,
it restoring: to. Gray Hair its
yi m urn
, X dressing
which is t
once aineeable.
healthy, and
effectual for
preserving the
hair.. It. toon
restores faded
or gray hair
. to iti mrinal
color; ttiiihtM
glow ana jretnnm PJ ymih
imtp tWofcened, ffUwa; checked,
ml boldness often, though not always,
the hair whore the follicle are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed j but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, bo that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean ana vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to 'the
scalp! arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often bo un
cleanly And offensive. Tree from those
deleterious substances which male
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the, hair, the Vigor can only
bonofit but not harm it If wanted
merely for a HAIR DEES3LNG,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white , cambric, . and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rion, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume. .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co,,
: ' i rraotloal and Analytical ChmiU
HairlTigo
What Wilson Says about the
Irish and Germans.
Henry Wilson, the candidate
forVice President on the Grant
Corruption Ticket, has made a
large number of bitter speeches,
in .which he has generally allu
ded to foreigners in an insulting
manner. On the 23d of Octo
ber, 1867, he made a temperance
speech at Worchester, Mass.,
from which we clip the follow
ing: - :
"I must mention the amountof drinking done
by our foreign born citizens, especially th
Irish and Germans the Unit drinking the vil
est whisky, aud the latter using lager beer,
which made them a stupid race."
. Let none, of our Irish or Ger
man friends be stupid enough to
vote for Wilson or any other
worshipper of Useless Grant's
corruption.1
..- I ' 1.
'. A few persons made an ef
fort, during two days of - last
week, to hold 1 a National ; Con
vention at Louisville. The whole
movement was in the interest of
Grant. The expenses of those
who attended the Convention
were paid by the Administration,
costing about $2 50,000. Charles
O'Conor was nominated for Pres
ident; J. Q. Adams for Vice Pres
ident. Both declined. Judge
Lyons , of Virginia, was then
nominated for President. He
declined. Now the Grantites
can support their, smoker, tippler,
and pup and horse ;worshipper.
They made a grand failure when
they gave men railroad passes
and thirty dollars each to go to
Louisville. .
Barrels!
Almost every family at this sea
son of tho year is in need of 'one or
more' barrels of ' Home kind. We
can toll you wbero you can get the
boat barrel of any size." Jamks Mo
Parland, near tho Postoffice, at Za
leski, is manufacturing them by the
wngon-load, and can supply you
with any quantity of a very good
quality, at lower prices, than you
pan dream of. He employs the best
workmen, uses the best material,
and we know he deserves' the pat
ronage pf nil. Re eent ns a fine
barrel a low duys ago, nnd it cannot
be surpassed for durability. Go
and get cidor, pork, tr any other
kind of barrels, lie will visit this
town with a load in a short time.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
For Coughs, Colds nd Ilorsenesa.
TIi'mo TU. nrffsmittbu Acid in Combina
tion with othereitlolent remedies, In a popular
form, for the Cure of all Til HO AT ami LUNU.
Diseases;
HOAK8K.NK9S Slid ITLOKDATION of tllO TllKOAl
are immediately relieved, and statements ar
constantly being sent to the proprietor of relief
iu b oi inrotc uiiuouiues or years swniini.
Ml 'I'll M Aion-t oe cicceiveu oy worm
.;AyllUDI less imitations. Get only
k elUVCarbolio Tibials. Price IB cents perllox.
JOHN O.. KELLO(J(. lHPlutt St.. N. Y.
Send for Circular. Sole Agent for the U. 8.
-4w
CtlOtXO A MONTH easily made
with
Bs-
cure uirouisra ana esmpies, Ji t: U. brixoss
$15
a day to Agents, soiling Campaign Badg
es, for Liulies & ticiiU aa breast A scurf
Jiius, gold plated with photographs of Prcul
leutial Candidates. Samples muilcd free lor
30 cents. McKay & Co., Cedar St, N. Y.
HORACE GREELEY and FAMILY-
An elegant Engraving. perfectltkcncsses,SSxS8
in. sent by muU Si., also. Camuultru Goods. 1
silk Grant Badge A 1 plated 23c Sample latest
style Wedding cards, otes. &o. S6c
a. jjxmakxut, .uugraver, ita ttroudway n. x.
BABE CHANGE P0B AGENTS-
AGENTS, we will pit you $40 per week lln essh
II you will engags withus at ones. Everything
furnished snd expensns puid. Address
ji . a. JtL,jj uu.- unsriotto Alien.
TO THE WORKING- CLASS, male or fe
male. $00 a week guaranteed. Respectable
employment at home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; mil instructions ana vniiianie
package of goods to start with sent free by
mail. Address, with 0 cent return stamp,
M. YOTNli A CO., 18 Courtland St., New York.
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
AN ELEGANTLY BOUND CANVASSING
BOOK for tho best and cheapest Family Bible
ever published, will bo Bent floe of cliaruo to
any book Agent. It contains nearly 000 line
Scriptural illustrations, and agents are meeting
with unprecedented success. Address, stating
experience, ftc, ft wewill show yon what our
agents are aoing, HanuaAL ruiiiiisiunu
CO. Chicago, 111.; Cincinnati, Ohio, or St, Louis,
Mo.
AGENTS TO THE RESCUE!
Scatter truths among the people. HICIIARD-
SOJN'S i'l'JKSOJNAi.llJSTUJtl OF tiKANM'tOllS
more truth about the man than all the papers
In tho world. If you want to know if Grant is
a thief, liar or drunkard read this book. Agents
can make large wages for tho next few months
selling it, as it ia wanted, and we givo over-
wnuiiiiing comniiHsions.
AOUrOSS AA1UIMCAN l'lIKl.lSUlM
Hartford. Cfc or W. K. BLISS & CO.. Toledo.
Ohio.
AQBNTS WA3STTED forth lives of
Grant Greeley
WILSON BROWN M
men ef all parties. Over 40 Steel Portrait.
worth twice the. cost of the book. Wanted eve
rywhere. Agents have wonderful success. Send
for Circular. Address ZIEGLER & McCURDY,
189, Race Strcot, Cincinhuti, O.
D LANG ELL'S
L, NEW ASTHMA REMEDY.
For the euro of ASTHMA. NASAL CA.
TARRH and CROUP. Having struggled twen- -ty
years between life and death with Asthma
or Phthisic, I experimented on myself by com
pounding roots ami nertis, ami luiiaiing tno
medicine thus obtni ncd. I fortunately discov
ered a most wonderful remedy and sure cure
ior Astnina A us kindred diseases, warranted
to cure the most stubborn case of Asthma or
Phthisic in live minutes, so tho patient rail
breathe easy, or Uo down to rust or sleep coin
fortnbly. Any person not fully sntislied after
using the contents of a packago can return,
the remaining J, to the proprietor, nndhemn,
ey will bo refunded by return until, Sent by
mail tS any address within the United States,
on receipt of $1.85. Address D. LANGELL,
Appie Creek. Wayne Co., Ohio, Inventor ami
Sole Proprietor. Sold by Druggists. Patented.
thioim: soisr's
WOELD-EENOWNED
& love - F ittinii Corset.
SBjgij' No Corset hoe ever en.
3i(lt)Joyed such a world-wldo
.mr.Hr.
x liu iieiiiiuiu itii iii'jii i
cpnstgutly incresing,be:
(0.110
TnKy givh
. TTnlvsrssl &tttlflf&ntlnn
Are Hpnilsppie, Dprpblo,
i ' l,-,,nnn. lnl mill
A PERFECT FIT.
Ask for THOMSON'S fiKVinvt! fiT.F.VF.
FITTING, every Corset being stamped with
tho name THOMSON, nnd the trade-murk a
Crown.-
Sold by All Flrst-Clas Dealers.
It Is not a plivslo which may give temporary
refief to the sufferer for the Hirst few doses, but
whioh, from continued use brings Filet nnd
kindred diseases to uid in weakening Ihe Inva
lid, nor is it a doctored liquor, wlileii.iinucrtne
popular name of "Bitters' in so extensively
palmed on on the public ns sovereign remedies,
but it IB a MOST PUWKKI'UL TUNIO AND ALTERA-
Tivb, pronounced so by tjie leading medical au
uioriuuH oi Qni4pn Kii(i' t arK, nun ui i
long used by iho rcutiUr phyHiclap of pi
oountrlet witU' wonderful remedial results,
Dr. fells' Extract of "Ji
retains all the medical .virtue pecillsr to th ,
f iant snd must be takeu as a wonderful enra-;
Ive agent. ' .
I there want of action in yor liver and
spleen? Unless rolloved it once, the blood be
comes Impure by deleterious secretions, prodn
elng sorofulous or skin diseasca, Blotche, Fel
ons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ac, Ac.
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purity and re
store thevitiitad blood to health v notion.
Have you tw I)yept!e StonnacMi Uulesa
dlgestfoi Wnfoli fitly iliSt'd tfioJ'li lmTt,l;
iiatva wiwi iui
Blood, Dropslc
or I.Hisitiifla.
Hated with loss of vital loire. poverty of thu
blood, Dropsical Tendency, GenoriU Weakjes
Take itto ssalst Olgestlen with reaction, It
will Impart youthful vigor to the wesry suflei-ev,
llav you a weakness of th Intestlnesy
Yoa are in danger of Ohronlo Hlarrhaoa or th
dreadful Inflammation of the Bowels.
Take It to allay irritation and ward off ten.
denoy to Inflannnatlonl.
Have you a waakna of th TJtorln or
Urinary Organs? You mmt procure ia.tant
relief or you ar liable to suffering won than
death. : . -
Take It to ttrongeben organic weakness or
life becomes a bumou. . -
Finally It iliauld b frenimntfy tnjten (teep
the system in perfect health or you are o)mii
wis In gval "Jahriul,iiiioniallcorcontairioill
aiseases. ' ' ' '' " ''' ' ' J1-
JOHN Q, KKLLOGO, 18 piattBt., New Yprk
Sl'rufi poT" fiHttli"' Itffjf rti1K ."' ::
;. .it-:
KEEP TIIEItXOOD PCItK
And the health of the ystem.
, will follow. There la apreparo- ,
tlon pf Iron) nul I'oh Boot
inora etTectuiil' pliant all ouierif,
whlon will re'movet frbni;.iroiir
ayatem the impure nnd vitiated
Diooa wnicn cause a mease, anu
at tbeaametlme build up your
liealU) aud strength It never
rail to cure. If you hava
Hcs-ofalsv,(terolaloaa Iiiaeaw
a r tn Kye or rr.or
ierotnl lis any lorni, Tet
tr, Willi Swolllsif , Old
Hores, tllfis-a. or fcniuloi
Iiillnimiiwiloiia. you can rely
on txtliis cured wftli this rrenat
rntlnn known a Dp. 4'rboitif
Compound) flyrnp of sVoke
Hoot. Hlietlniatlanl, 1'alnE
In I.luibaorllonera.t'onntltiu
i jyrla or othor polwins, are
oured rtyiu For fiyphllia,
Hyhllltlo talut.flierelspr
I iosw Droni)uowB by Mercu-
nra i
"( "iuia to IU A trial alll
' prove IU
lleantliy your Complexion.
Do not use pal nt or powder, but get a mora
permanent bounty by purifying your blood.
Till preparation of Iron and I'oka Itoo
rnakes uroUKl) uiidnoijly shin soft nnd smootii:
chnngoa tua willow iomplclon to nno i(
freshness nnd iealtii,ani reninvenny Krnpi
llfDifnsraortli4Vln, I'lipnl.is, Puw,
tula. Itloteliea A Kr upllon. l f you wIhIi
rosy oiieekHaiid obealtliy eompl'oxlnii uselr.
Crook 'a Compouad Wyrup of tuk HuvU '
mm.
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