i J. BOWEN, Editor.
V I', i -ai
McArttmr, Sept. t!8.-1872.
Does President Grant Drink
too Much Liquor?—The
Mr. Denison Replies.
to Senator Wilson,
States More Facts.
[From the Golden Age.]
You have thought proper to ad
dress me through the public pa
nel's. I therefore feel it to be
my duty to reply to yotf in ' the
We have known each other
for the last quarter of a century
a s outspoken . advocates of ' the
prohibition law of the manufact
ure and sale, as a beverage of
all intoxicating drinks. It . was
on this account that I called ' on
you several times, in the winter
of 1872, with a view to induce
you to accept the nomination of
the National rronibition rarty
as their candidate for President
of the United States. Our con
versation related to public , men,
to public measures; and, of course,
to President Grant who was
then socking, as he now is,' by
public appeal to the American
people, to be re-elected to the
first public office in the land.
In one of those conversations,
held in your own room, open to
the public in Washington, with
out any intimation on the sub
ject on my part, you, honorable
sir, startled me with the remark:
"President Grant drinks too
much." After a moment's pause
you added : "I have told him
SO." ' ' V " '. '
Another brief pause ensued,
when you again added: "The
President smokes too. much.
lie is poisoned through and
through. When I remonstrated
with him about it, the President
said to me, 'I smoke mild cigars.'
'That may be, Mr.President,' I
replied, 'but you smoke so many
of them.' " "
These, Senator Wilson, are
the 'exact words used by you on
that occasion. You can not
have forgotten them. . It is of no
use for you to deny them. Nei
ther can it be denied that the
Hon. Win. E. Dodge of New
York, and other gentlemen 'de
voted to tho temperance reform,
have sought to induce President
Grant to sign the pledge of to
In civinc this statement of
yours to our countrymen, Mr.
Senator, who have known me
many years, are well aware that
I am actuated by no other de
sire than to do what I can to aid
the voters of America to arrive
at right conclusions with regard
the men who solicit their votes.
Your statements to me, honora-.
ble sir, respecting the drinking
habits of President Grant are of
such a nature as to render it im
perative that I should give them
to the public. I have, therefore,
given your statements to the
press, in answer to a call made
on me by a gentleman and man
of honor. You and I, sir, and
the parties we both represent,
must abide by the result.
Allow mo to reply, in conclu
sion, to the opinion you volun
teered m your letter to me, as
to the character of the other
facts I adduced in my published
letter to Mr. Yerrington. Every
one of these facts, sir, is literal
lv and strictly true. All of
which are furnished to me by
gentlemen whose words no rJhe
will dare dispute. .One of them
was handed to me by a most dis
tinguished United Senator, whom
you and I, sir, know very well,
in a letter addressed to him by
a scholar of known repute in
Cambridge, Mass. Ana you,
Mr. Senator, confess .to the truth
of vour own statement to me
with regard to the well-known
drinking habits of President
Grant, by admitting, in the let
ter to which I am now replying,
that he uses liquor as a beverage
to such an extent tnat you say
you had a mind to ask him to
sign tho total abstinence pledge,
and join the Congressional Tem
I respectfully submit, that by
these confessions, you have es
tablished my whole case. ',
' I avail myself of the opporta
nity ta add that when any re
sponsible citizen, directly. author
ized to speak for President Grant,
, publicly demos the truth of the
statements as to bis drinking
habits made by me, names, pla
ccs, and dates will be produced.
I am prepared to maintain the
exact truth of every word I have
stated. ' 1 f
I remain, Mr. senator, your
obedient servant, ,
Charles Wheeler Denison,
Secretary , of, the National Pro
WASHINGTON, Aug 2d. 1872.
The Cincinnati Israelite
August 30th contains the follow
ing first rate notice of Henry
"Show mercy, gentlemen and
ladies, to Senator Wilson. ; lie
confesses, renews, ana, besides
soft soaps you pleasantly. When
he eaid,: in tue benate oi ine
United I i i States. ,the ; Jews
were u tiie. y race. ; wno swneu
the prophets and crucified the
Redeemer of the world, he meant
no harm: when, as a Know-
nothing, he insulted every for
eigner, and sanctioned persecu
tion against them, he meant no
harm. He did not mean to be
Vice-President; of "the. United
States, and it was fashionable
then to trample upon the for
eigner and spit upon the Jew.
But it is all over, and Senator
Wilson is a candidate before the
people, including foreigners and
Jews. Now he is quite pleasant
and obliging; .1 Be 'generous;
show mercy to a repenting man.
is regards ourselves, we lorgive
him this' sin' and all the . others
he has committed; but ; we can
not vote joy; a j man to.. elevate
him to. the second highest office
in the country whose concep-
tions of justice, equality and lib
erty are narrow and ungener
This speech' of Wilson goes
very well with Grant's order in
Mississippi, in which he orders
the Jews as a class to leave the
Department, and in which he
proceeded to bean all sorts of
His His Oath!
Albert Pike, a high chief in
the Know-Nothing organization
in the days of its being and pow
er, testifies, under date Washing
ton City, Aug. 22d, 1872, that
Henry Wilson, the Grant candi
date for Vice President, was . a
Know-Nothing, and as such has
an oath . registered in Heaven,
that he will not uassist in ami way,
in clevatim to ami office of trust or
profit, ANY PERSON OF FOR
EIGN BILITII, Oil ANY 110-
Horace Greeley stoutly op
posed Nativism and Know-
Nothingism; but, then, this does
not put men of foreign birth and
Catholic faith under obligations
to vote for him. According to
the style of the day, it is rather
an argument wny uiey snouia
vote against him. Gratitude is
not in fashion these days.
The New York Sun says that
a Southern gentleman wearing a
Greeley badge was accosted by
a Grant man on a Fulton ferry
boat with the remark:
"Well, I suppose you are going
to vote . for ' G reeley ? "
"Correct. I shall vote for
Greeley," replied the Southerner.
"On what grounds?"
"On the grounds of what lie
knows about farming.",
'''What does he know about
"He knows that when a pile
of manure gets too high it needs
Exit. Grant man. . ... . , ,
The skies are bright and
brightening. Grant and his cor
runt lemons are doomed to 12-
A CJ , w
noble and thorough defeat'. Ihe
people's money turned against
them can not subvert the peo
ple's will, and when the sun sets
on the election day next JNovem
her, it will be upon a glorious
triumph for honesty, reform and
popular goverement. Let us
work until the polls close. Let
every Liberal itcpuDiican vote
the State ticket, lead by' Gen.
Wiley, the gallant soldier.
It is suggested that both can
didates for the Presidency be
induced to visit the Cincinnati
Exposition, aod that Greeley
take Urant by the arm, shov?
him throucn the immense
building and explain things to
Washington was first in the
hearts of his countrymen. Grant
is first in hearts of his "office
:'.--B re-nominating Grant, the
Republican party endorses all
the corruptions, iniquities and
faUyrejrof hiu tdministratioii.
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TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS!
EALED proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Clerk of Elk Township. Vinton
county, Ohio, until the hour of 1 o'clock P. JL,
Saturday, Octoberl2, 1872,
for the construction of a Railroad along tho fol
lowing.route, to-wit:Hegiuniiig at a point on
the Southern boundry of said Township wlierc
the old Road-bed of tho Scioto and Hocking
Valley Railroad crosses said boundrv. boinir the
Southern terminus, along said old Road-bed
through or near to tho town of McArthur, and
thence to the Northerrt or Western boundry of
said Township near tho corner thereof, being
the Northern torminus
Said liue of Railroad .will be constructed in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act entitled
an "Act to Authomo Counties, Cities, Incorpo
rated Villages and Townships to build Railroads,
aud to Lease and Operate the Same," passed by
the General Assembly of the State ol'Ohio. Anril
23d, 1872; tho work to !io.dono under the direc
tion oi a competent juiqineor, to bo lurmshed
by said Township, and will include the grading
and tho building of all1 bridges and culverts,
furnishing cross-tios,. rails and spikes, laying
track and ballasting, with ull necessary side
tracks, and doinir ami norforniiiie all the work
necessary to the completion of said linepf Rail
road, and putting the same in running order.
The contractor will lie required to furnish all
materials, and to enter Into bond with approved
security that ho will peru)rm said work accor
ding to contracts and within a time limited
therein, not exceeding two years. Bids will be
received for the construction of tho whole of
said lino of Railrosd, for for any part thereof,
too Did specuying mo part prnposcu to do Dime,
and the price per mile for buiiling the same, or
for the greatest nuniben of. miles that will be
built for said sum of rSM) go as aforesaid ap
propriated for the Auildinir of said road. The
wora oi construction win ue coiumciiccu as soon
after bond Is given us possible: said work to be
fjaivi iui iiuimjq me ijivk rvss ui iuu wum, ill lic-
cordauce with Section 6 of said act. Tho tirollln
of said Railroad, with estimates und specula
tions win ob seen at tne oiuce oi said rownsiup
Clerk on and after September 85th, 1872. -
ine iiuis win lie opened anil exninlncfl, and
the contract awurded as eurlv as iiructiculiln on
or after said 12th ol' October, 1872; and bidders
win endorse on tnu sealed envelope enclosing
bids: "Propositi for Constructing Railroad."
and address the same to the Township Clerk of
AUVr UHIHII, UHOn 1.(1., 17.
HKNRV HEItltqLD, ) Trustees
Ltvi ni,in.,. jsiK Tp.t
J AS. B. JOHNSON, J V. Co.,0.
Morris Evanh, Township Clerk.
August 14, 1872.
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JITTKU WITH TJ1K I.N VKSTKH
SCRIBNER'S PATENT. QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invnntl rn liatrlncr n niAuf Imnnrtnnf. lltiarlnfynn flin fnllira rnmifnllnnnf TIaai! rncriiiailu
by tho use of which tlio qusntityor iiluraeol
tho tone endcrud
Equal to that of the Best Pipe
jurtelelirated"VoxGclcsto," "Louis Patent,"
, ler, xnecnsruiing "v;euo ' or"v.iiirinev' euipB, huh
ALL TUE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Cnn bo obtained only in the Organs.
Thlrty-llvo different Styles for the Parlor and Church. "
The best material and Workmanship.
I Quality and Voiumo of Tone Uunequnlled.
.r'.-'-s -'.o: .
FA0T0E7 AND WAEEfiOOHS, C0EHEB 6TH
JSUtttbllShed in 1850. 1
Addresa SIMMONS & CIOTTGH
. I kop constantly on hand every description of
FURNITURE OF MODERN STYLES.
I manufacture to order and repair Furniture or all kinds, at the most reasonable prices.
I am prepared to furnish
COFFINS ; OF, -EYEIiY, MfiW AND VAlftETY,
" " " t 4 and accompany them with a Hearse.
TH pnnllo ar Invited to call andezamin myStook.
March 6. 187 I PARIS 1IORTON.
lO'Za. ! ' UPaUL Trade!
S. O..SWIFT, .
. . "-; ' ;ti; ' f
Ist Olooo Prlooo Tor Ocwsilx !
SPECIAL ATTENTIONS AID TO ORDERS, .
-A-T . -
large and well selected stock of
. . . II
kinds of ro-
Made and put up -
TU I 1 At. I . ,
i.;.yi.. f Oaikt. COMMHVIAI
tone Is very lurgely incruuseil, tad the quality of
Organs of the Some Capacity
"Vox Hiininnn," 'Wilcox Palont" Octavo Ooup-
l,SSO TO S500,
APD C0KOREB8 STREETS, DETROIT, MICHIQAN
PUff" AuBNTS WANTED IN EVKIvY COUNTY
OBQAN CO., Detroit. Michigan .
5 OHILIjICOTHIEI, o.,
ATEONIZE tfQME INDtf 8TBY)
CT. &0 "W. Propriot-rS),
INofTerliiBOurstocktotheTrado, we tender
our ai'lciiowlcdgcnicnts for the liberal put.
ronago wo liavo heretofore received, ami hope
by promptness and strict integrity in business
to merit the support and oonllileiiceof the pub
lic. Ourstock of
Is large and line now varieties, Our ,
Peach, Cherry, Plum,
Kaspherrles, Small Fruits, Ac, &c,
Will surpass miy we havo ever before offered.
sTOrde solicited and promptly tilled.
ns.I'leaso send for a CUtnlotcuo. .
l'atontco and Manufaotnror of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS.
! Improved ,. ' v - . , ;
Hoad Eloofo, Post-Hole Eorors, be.
t Clarksburg:, W. Va.
rpHE QrlstMMU, being portable, aro on Iron
-- x rauiVat, iviia
Strong, Durable, Efficient,
' And the bout Mill ever made for nil kinds ot '
grinding; can he easily attached to Saw Mills
orhnyotlior power, and warranted to grind -Flour
and Meal of a superior qualltv at great
er rto of speed than any .other Mill, without
hentingor other difficulty the weight being r
1,400 pounds, occupying only 8 feet square on '
the floor. Will grind w to (10 bushols per hour.
If within thirty days, tho Mill does notprovo
satiHfHotory, it may he returned aud money
And all charges refunded,
Ilart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is guarrantced to make two boles)
to one of any other! does its work rap
idly aud perfectly, - .
SAVES -ITS COST
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Nofunltcnn bo found with it after ' '
( trial. Bent to any one on trial who
win swim memo endorsement oruie
I'ost Master. Agents wanted.
I It A HAUT, .
Clarksburg, V. Va.
FarnierH and otbeis can see I the
Post-HoleDorer at the Snauivtr Ollloe. '
Q.ENERAL ELECTION. 1
Vinton County, Ohio, September 3, j
To the Qualified Voters of Vluton County. ;
WHEUEA8, By the Laws 'of Ohio regulating '"
elections, It Is required. of tho Hhoriif of bin
' county to give notice boforo tlio time of hoM- :
ing a general election bv iro.-lunmtlon
throughout the county, nf the time on which
such eloctlou sliull bo holden :
In pursuance of such requisition, I, DANIEL
BOOTH. Hhoriff of Vinton County, Ohio, do
hereby proclaim and make khown that the . t
Second Tuesday In-October, A. D. 1872 '
Being tho 8th Day or eaid Month, ,
Is by the Constitution and Laws of Ohio, ap
polnlod the dav on which tho qualified electors
of Vinton County are not I lied to meet In their
respective townships at their usual or proper
places designated fornolillngelcctlniis, between
the hours of A o'clock in tlio forenoon and 0
o'clock in the aftornnoon of snlil dav, and then
nd there proceed to vote by ballot 'for the I'oU
iuvv iug-umuers, ui-wh;
One Secretary of Htato lor the State of Ohio;
One Judge of the Supreme Court for tho State :
One Member of tho Board of Tubllo Works for
the State of Ohio. '
One Uopresontatlvo to Congrass for the Kievcnth
t'ongivsHlonal District, couiposodof thet'oun
ttes of Vinton, IIwUlngInckon, Gallia, Law
rence and Si-loto.
One Judge of tho 4ourt of Common IMcas for. '
the Hccond Sub-Division of tlio Beventli Judi
cial District, composed of the counties of Vln- '
ton, Jackson, Lawrence, Scllto and J'ike, to
(111 the vacancy occasioned by the resignation "
;of Hon. W. W. Johnson. ... ,
Ono Sheriff for.Vlnton Countyj
Ouo t'lork of the Courts for Vinton County: :
Ono Treasurer for Vinton County)
One Probate Judge for Vintou County ;
One Commissioner lor Vinton Couuty '
One Coroner for Vinton County. r j ''
I APPORTIONMENT OP JURORS. '
And the Trustees of the several Townships In
said County are hereby no tilled that the tbliqit-j
Ing number of Jurors are apportioned to thel
Townships respectively, and that they are re.
quired to ssleot the said number and make re.
turn thereof to the Clurk of the Court of Com
mon I'leas, tog-other with the roll-Book t
Knox. i 4.'
ltluiiiand , , 10
Harrison ' n
Swan i.. a
Y ' . i
Aliullson,., '. 14
Brown ' 7
Given under my hand, at my ofllee, In He Ar
thur, this Sd doy of September, A. D. mil,
1 Shorlff of Vinton CouiitK Ohio.
Boptomher 4, Vfti. V.". "Y " ;'!, '
; OAtTTioir: , 1
flMIR Immense demand fur Ilslloway'i Pills aud
J. Olntmsnt, haa ssmptod unnrlnolpliHl psrtlrs to
oounterfi-ll Iheri valnnM mscliomns. Inordsrlu .
protimt tlis publlrt anil ourinlvon, w liar linn vl a '
new"TraiIilsrk,"coiisltliiiif Ksyptlanclro loif s
frpsnt, with the tnttor 11 in ths ontro. Eorylox
oriinllowsy't Tills and Olntnmhta will li.vs tills
trade mark on It; nuns sr genuine without It,
M, Y. Ollsmnib Co.. H11W Pr.prldom, ' r
' 18 Maiden Irfiis, New Torlc. '
Joiim 1). Pais, Oiaolimati,Oiito, Hols Aura lor
tlisbtate, . ggjjl -ly
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