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m;arthur, vinton county; ohio: Wednesday;'
VOL. 6.
f J, W. BOWEK, I
iVubllshor and Proprietor, i
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after June 9, 1871, Triana will
run aarouowa :
05 .
28 !
3 !
8S
s o .
a-0
2
l ' : :
Mi, ; : ; ; :
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co
W
a
o
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w
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M P..A 0 GO .& M5 go
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3 si : :j :
C ih O "V SO rH
T
.
m : :
2 id
a
; to ;
I 35.9 JlaS s
3 SgBatjdahga-a.B
a, C t
3
Miles
H H tH 4 t r CT
:::::::::::::
to o 0 ae d
S S 2 52 S 3
i :::: :
5 i : i :
assaasMssss s
ooNcoooaooQajnioidteto
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.3 ..J :j
21s! :::::
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' :8 : : :
s8 :
32-
: 4
(JINCIN! ATI EXPRESS will run daily
All otherTrnlns dally, nxcept Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no
gtor hBtwnnn TIamdon ami AtlienB.
Portimonta Branch.
MaU, Accommodation
a.niip. . ' woo a. m.
i.m " 7.06 "
fl.0 10 "
WA.X. 12-20 P.M.
10:50 " 4-.00
11.30 P.M. ' 5.17 "
EM. Hinwlen
i.i i. Jivflkson
Ar'r. Portemonth
lleni Porwrnoulll
Ar'v. Jackson
irnmdon
Trains Connect at Loveland.
points on tUu Mttlq Miami Railroad, ani'
ftt U,i IiVliiliiafiqliilOli;ciiviiitl Ballrood Juno
tl"il i'iji' :tll potuU W'Bt,
W. W: PEABODY,
f'ttrof Trantportatlnn.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
Great National Short Line Route East and West.
Only Direct Route to the Nationa
Capitol and Eastward.
On and after Monday, November 19, Train
will run n follow :
(Jtn'natit fait I MaU
Expre. lint. Rxprttn
BA8TWAKD.
Depart
ParkorHburir
Cumljorlanil ;..
If rior' terry
WaHlilnxton J uuo'n.
:... Arrive
Ilaltiinore
Washington
Philadelphia
New York ...
WESTWARD.
Depart
Now York
fhlludolphla
Washington
Baltimore
Arrive
Washington Juno'n.
Harper' Ferry
Cumberland
I'arkoralmrg.... ...
655 Am
6 40Pm
9 83 Am
5 61,.
86 "
845 "
S85 Pm
8 44 Am
1 12 Pm
4 45 "
505 '
6 85 "
19s84Pn
6 03 .".i
8 00 " -
8 55 "
10 00 "
85 Am
815
10 00 "
1 SO Pm
410 "
U 80 Pm
1151 Am
8 46 Pm
8 00 "
8 90 '
18 0 Pm
8 80 Am
9:80rm
4:00 A di
8:00 Pn
8:60Aid
9:20 "
18:04 "
8:45 An'
ij 00 "
U45Pm
8 00 "
4 05 Am
4 25 "
0 69
10 89 "
6 96 "
0 00 I'm
Pnllman Falao Drawlnff Boom Slaenlnir Oan.
,V iU'.hareaeoinfortulIjo, o0rantly furnished'
nuitiMiuiteMui id ii nrr-iuo, are on un i raint
Om Olliatlinutl to Hitltlnmrn anil Wuuhlncrtnn
Sue Soiled nlo of Marietta and Cincinnati Rail
way for time of arriving and deputing fron
MoArthur,
The advantage! of this route over all other
II, that It gives all travelers holding- througl
tickets the privilege of visiting Baltimore
Philadelphia, and the National Oapltol free.
Thnoqulnkerand rates of fare lower than bj
any other lino.
Ths scenery along this Hallway Is not equalei
for grandeur on this Continent.
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
This line offers superior Inducements thi
rates bolnif oue-tlllrd lower to and from Koaton
jew xork, ocany.otllQxKafltor.p point. In or-
'"(K kmmus ui anyuusonpiion iroiu ine una
lye dlrecCloni to sllp mia UuUlmoro dt Ohii
I. It..nd Inahlliolnil Kant irlvH miindlrnntlnnl
ruiKuwaniupeti Dy tnis route will nave ues
pstoh, anir be handled with osre and savi
shlppors much money. J. I,. WILSON,
... Master Transportation, Baltimore,
0. R.BLANOHARO,
Uon. Freight Ag't, Baltimore.
h. M.COLE,
H. B. JONES, Oen. Tlokot Ag't, Baltimore
Gen. Pass. Ag't., Cincinnati.
Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points
and Southwest.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
PIAMAFOL1B. ;., ,
Tho Great Through Mall And Expross Pas
sengnr Line to Bt. Louis, Kansas City. Bt
Iosojh, Denver, Sau Franolxoo, and all polnu
in Missouri, Kansas and (Colorado.
The sliorUwt and only tlireut route to Indian
apblls,. Lafayette, Terr llunte, Oanibrldgi
(iJlty, Mprlngllold, Peoria, Burlington', Oliloag ,
Mllwankuu, .St. Paul, aud all points in th
Nortliwost. .
Tlie Imllnnapollt, Olnolnnatl and Iiafayett
Railroad, with its couuootloni, now offers pas
suugors more faollltlea In Through Ooaah am
Hlaoplng Our Her vice than any other line fron
Pliolnii)t, haying the advantage of Througl
UUlv Our from Cincinnati to Ht. Louis, Knn
sat Olty.Ht. Joseph, l'eoria.IlurlinBrton.tlhlcauo
(.)iiinliit, and all Intermediate points, proaentlns
to Uolrinlsts and FamHlus such comforts an
nooominodHtious as are airorded by no othoi
ffintn. . . '.
Through Tioket ami Baggage Checks to all
nouns.
Trains lnsve Olnolnnatl at 7:30 A.M., 8:00 P
u . nml tiaa I M.
TIuIkMh nan he obtained at No. 1 Dumb'
1 1 kiho, corner Third and Vino Public Land
lug, mirner Main and Ulvort also, at Depot
oorner Plum ami Pearl Streets. Cincinnati, O
lie sure to purnhasn tickets via Inulanapous
Dlnolnnutl and iiaiayetwiitaiiroau;
(J. U. I At II I).
Chief Ticket Clerk,
Cincinnati,
Master Transportation,
.cmoiunat
i
j
Railway Time.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY.
Is the . Shortest, Quickes
and only Road running its en
tire trains through to
ST. LOUIS AND LQUISVILLF
WITHOUT .CHANGE.
Our arrangements and con
nections with all lines from St
Louis and Louisville are" per
fect, Reliable and complete for
all points
This is the shortest and best
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchisou, St. Josepl
ind to all points in Missouri.
Kansas and Nebraska.
Through Tickets and ful'
information ' as to time an
rare, can be obtained at any
it. K. Umce.or at our office ii
Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, East Pas. Agent
CINCINNATI.
W. B. HALE, Oen. Pass, and Ticket Agt..
HT. liUUIH,
. "VJL israelii A.
TlOUTEWEST.
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
EXPRESS TRAINS leave Indlnnapollf
) dally, except Sunday, for ST. LOUIS and
THE WEST.
TIHIH only Line running PULLMAN'S esle.
I bratcd Drawing-room Sleeping Cars from N.
v., ' Pittsburgh; ' Columbus, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, and IndianaDolls. to Bt. Louis without
change
Passengers should remember that this is the
uroatwest Hound Route ror Kansas cuy,
Leavenworth, Lawrence, Toneka, Junc
tion City, Fort Scott aud St. Joseph.
CMIPDAaJTO TO KANSAS, for the pur
ClVllUimN I O poseof establishing them
elves in new homes, will have liberal discrim
ination made In their favor by this Line. Hat-
raciory commutation on regular rates win di
liven o Colon mu and Isrtre nartles trnvellnr
together: and their baggage, emigrant outll
in d stock willlio shlppeuon the most favor.
Me terms, presenting to
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
lucn comforts and sccommodntlons as are pro-
lentea Dy jno utuish uuu
TtOTtF.T.fi nan he ohtalnnd at all the nrlnolDS'
Picket OOlces in the Eastern. Middle am'
Southern 8tates. 1 ' '
O. E. FOLLETT,
General Pannenuer Agent. St. Louis.
ROBT. EWMETT,
Eastorn Passenger Agent, Indlanspolil.
JOHN K. SIMPSON,
General Superintendent, Indianapolis.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
MfUffiSaSHSSI
On and aftor December 10th, 1871, Trains will
nn as follows!
Dfnart. Dtmari
Uhens 6.80 a. m. , 115 t. u.
Arrivt. Arrvtr
'nlmnlms... 9:50 k. M. 0.40 P. II
Pittsburgh.. fl:H5 P. . 1:00 A.
;i07elund... 8:50 " 7:80 "
tenia 19:10 41 7:60 "
Dayton 1-05 9:15 "
'tlchmond... :80 W.u "
Indianapolis 6 :T0 8:90 A.M.
Chicago ia:io a. . . a:ou "
Close connection made at Lancaster for Clr
leville, Zanesville, and all point on the Cln-.
dnnntland Musklligum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections made at Columbns foi
)ayton, Springfield, Indianapolis, Chicago,
ind all nolnts West. Also, for Cleveland.
Huffalo. Pittsburgh, and all points East.
Take tne Jtlocking v alloy anu ran nanan
oute to Chicago ana the Nurthwest. it is th
ihortesthy slxty-alx miles, giving passenger
ne Deneuc or quicxer time anu lower rate
:han by any other line.
J, n. uunr.ni l,
Superintendent.
E. A. Bckll Gon'l Ticket As'
t't.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and alter MONDAY, May S8th, 1871, Ex
irem Trains will IBAVi COLUMBUS ant
3HESTLINK and abrivi at points named be-
ow, as louows: v . . ...
Stations. " No. a. '
Jolumbus IlilOam
h-estllne...... . 12:80 p m
Cleveland.; 8:46pm
tuffalo. - 10:80 Dm
No. 4. '
4il0pm
6.pm
9:46pm
V:4C
7K)6a m
2:00 pm
11:80 pm
No.. "
2:35 am
, 4:60 an
7:80m
3:00pm
4:40 pm
5:06pm
1:80am
11 :00 s m
NTiagara Falls. . . .7 :00 a ra
Rocliester 1:80 am
Vlbany ...0:46am
tosion ......... o ;m p m
ew York City ..880 pm
0:30 pm
:40am
'restline
. 1245pm
,. 985 p m
.. 7 16 am
.10 40am
. 1 10 p m
. 11 15 a m
6 85 pm Sl5am
'lltsburg....
larrlsburg..
laltimore...,
tVashltigton ,
Philadelphia
lxoam ' spm
1125sm 340am
9 40 p m
625pm
815pm 700 am
Irestllne 11 80 pm
'ort Wayne.... 5 Wan)
hlcago lUlOpm
7 46 o in 6 65 am
115am 1185 am
790am 600pm
ffejf No. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m.
tas a Through Carvia Delaware for Springfield,
eachlngSprlngtlold withoutohangeat 7:90 pm.
Train No. 9 on the Columbus Hooking Val
ey Railroad connect with No. 41 Train. Through
fickots for sale at Athens. . . . .
PAgHRNftKR. TRAINS retnrninK arrive at
Oolumbus at 12:80 a m. 11 :16 a. m. and 9 :50 a. in.
tSrFalace Day and Sleeping:. Can
On All Trains. .
V'Ko,"leftvinK0olumblMt 9:85 m'on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
rath Erie and New York Central Railways,
trrivlng at New York on Monday morning at
1:40A.M. . .
Vnr nnrtlmiUr Infnmnation in regard to
through tlokots, time, connections, etc, to all
joints East, West, North and South, apply to
or address E. FORD.Oolumbus, Ohio.
E. B. FLINT, uen. Boperinienuous. ,
. JAMES PATTERSON,
Oen. Ageut, Columbus, O.
EUGENE FOB D, '
Psase-, - nbui.Oi
NOTICE.
NOTICE. To the Stockholders of the G., McA.
NOTICE. To the Stockholders of the G., McA. & C. R. R. Co.
ALL- persons havlngtubsorlhed to the Capi
tal Stock of the Galllpolls, MoArthur A
,'olumbus Railroad Co., are hereby required to
nake payment to the Secretary of the Compa
ny, at hlsofllce In Galllpolls, Ohio, and parties
Ivlng In Vinton county, Ohio, mej make pay
nent? If more convenient, to Da Ml at, WU.L,
President of the Vinton Oonnty Bank, Instal
nents on thelrsubscrlptlons. as follows i
A 4th Instalment of 10 peroent., on or before
riAJoS' iMta'lment of 10 per cent., on or bsfbre
VA6th ?Mtairnentof 10 per cent, on or before
4eptnmber3, 1879. . ,
i 7th instulment of 10 per cent., on or before
Aatn histaimnnt of 10 per oenU.onor before
S- 1 An OoPA
A 0th inBtalmifc of IQpor cent., on of befow
By order oV Board of WjMB
" ' ieo'yO,Mai,0..K.Co.
JTulj f , iVTftt '-- " v- ' " '
BU0UU00 (dr&0.
DRY GOODS. &c.
gSTABLlSHED 18 YEARS
I J". IP. TOW EJXili
:- j WIOLE8AI.C DSAl.ltK IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
f ront Street. .. .Portsmouth, O.
J. F.TOWELL is agent for several Mills, and
uis house Is headquarters for uuiny desirable
nakes of Eastern Goods. All goods will be
(old at the lowest possibl price.
Close Cash Buyers, First Class Tlmo, Trado,
Wholesale Peddlers and Furnacemen are par-luulai-ly
invited to an examination of his stock
MARBLE WORKS.
. B. R. HIGGINS & BR0.,
Mamafaoturers of - ; '
MARBLE ...MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES.
IANTLES, rUENITUKE, &c, &c,
IiOO-A.3Sr, OHIO
r2OOD assortment of Marble constantly oa
J band. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Done to order In the finest stylo.
94
HOTELS.
AMERICAN HOTEL
lorner High and Stste Streets,
(Nearly Opposite Stale Home
, COLTTIMIBTrS OHIO
E. 3. BL0VKT
Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all the modern Improvements, Gntuta'can
eiy on ine oesc treatment anu very low mus.
Streetcars nasa tlil's Hp, f 1 (a hml' (rp.jp all
tailroad Depots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
M. MERKLE,
Proprietor
THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
Depot and where all travelers upon r.U
uaputanu Tiivrv u vraveiviv upt,. v,
linscan take meals, has Jnnt bpeii tatly
ilargedand thorouijhly rsniHtrMJ'pAfnUq,
!., and Is now In-cHinWe'te ijVdef for the re.
ptiott dfgWesW." STTr'afne slop ten mln-
rains can take meals, lias just npep tatiy
miarged
c, and
entlon
ites for meals. ' ovTbrms modbkate,
ISHAM
HOUSE,
JACKSON,
OHIO
3r. I.T.MONAHAN. . Proprietor
THIS House., formerly t,lie iHlmm House, hna
been thoroughly renovated and boauti-
uny mrnisneci. Having superior racllltles,
verythlng will be done to make guests com.
ort able. Table always supplied with best
narket affords. Nicely f urnltbed Rooms and
-leanORt Reds Good Htables. Every effort
node for the oom fort of patrons. All cllftVges
noxierate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH. OHIO,
f. Wi VARNEB.
Proprator
TPHIB Hotel Is in the most convenient par
a. ortnecity onrroiit Hireet.neiween mar
tei ana jenerson.
ATTORNEYS.
o.T-
UNNINQ,
LAWYER,
MOARTHUR, OHIO.
IKFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIN STnEET.
D. B 5HIYEL"
A.TTOU1TEY .A.M.' L-'W,
MoARTHUR. OHIO.
Will attend promptly 'o a, .eitnl business
tntrusted to his care In Vlntoa and adjoining
ounties. OFricsv in tne ttecorncr'sumce
J. M..MOQILLIVRAY,
MoARTHUE, OHIO.
WILL attend promptly'to any business
given to his care and management in
tny Courts of Vinton and adjoining counties.
)rnci-In the Court House, y u Stairs. lft-tl
CHARLES' W. Q ( ST,
p
ittorney at Law an4 Notary PuMc,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILL attend all legal business entrusted to
his care. HuddIv of Blank Deeds and
Vtortgnges always on hand. . Orric-No. 12
west wing Hainoriuge miock. n
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
A.TTOB1TEY A.'T
; MoARTJip,
' '(Prossouting Attornsy of Vlntoi Oonnty,)
WILL practice In Ross, Vinton and adjoining
counties. AH legal business entrusted to
lis care promptly attended to, Su-tf
HOMER C. JONES,
A.TTOIilTE'Y" A.T LAW,
: M.' ARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st door West of Dan. Will A Bros.
Especial attention given to theoollectlon
of claims. . f it. in!
Trees, Rowers, ; Baliis, Ms!
' HEDGE PLANTS!
Nursery Stookl Fruit and Plow er
: Plates!
Address V K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY,
600 Aorea: 91st veari 19 Greenhouses.
Apple 1000 lyr., S0; y.,30; 8y.,l40i 4y.,50.
A 'al alnirlias Wl Aatl at .
4 Catalogues, 90 eeuts.
6flra. -
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP.
' the Best Pump in the World-!
OUB Agents report over IDOO.OOO worth or
propertyavsd f romTIre this 1 oar by these
pumps, being the most powerful force-pumps
In the world, as well as flon-frlng.
See October number, pugs 8U6, also the Free
mlum List, page 8H3of the Am. Agriculturist.
This paper never deceives the litrrners. av,
notice in February number. pageHev Try one:
If it don't do the frerk claimed, send It back and.
Set yonrraonnftM we wurrntour puinps to
do allweelafss for them on on olroular.
Bend fo clrcursor orders to the Bridgeport
H'Pst Co.. No 6 Chambers Ht , New York.
An order for nine Mo. 1 Pumps secures aa as.
elusive town agency Do 11-tf. ,
IWl unit i"" ' ''"V""''
4 . m ' m
Or Jl J
MASS lEETING!
WHICH WILL BE
Pon. (Dliilton
Mon. JTohu
r A1T3DT-
Hon. flUav il Tliomas.
The friends of Ilefor'm, of Holiest and CbeaJGIoyernment, in
Vinton and adjoining counties,
the meeting and hear the live issues of the day discussed by these
eloquent orators . . ' , i
0o.ni in Wagona I " ' ' '. : . . '
Come in Carriages! : .;?:': i i ' :!
:' Come in Buggies I !; ?' s ' "v -i -Come
on Horseback!
Come on Foot! ( '. ", " .
Come in j?mall Delegations! ' 1 ';
. ' Come ifl Lirgg pelegations! ,
And Come with B.and ' of MubIo and with ! Banners Flying
Come from the Hills! - '
Come from the Valleys! ' .
-i iw rrn
t .tVs;- '-"w
.if
ui' .1
ii .7
ii !
"ISr.D
Atail, Id 2, Wil
y uuu uj
ADDRESSED BY
A. White,
F. IHHelim,
are earnestly requested vto attend
' Come from the Plains ,
v Come from Everywhere!
SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
—OF THE—
AUDITOR TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY.
—FOR THE—
HALF YEAR ENDING ON THE 3D DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1872.
In compUanoe wlth an Act passed April 6th, 1HB9, to provide for the better regulation of the re
coipt, dlshurseiuent and safe-keeping of tho Publlo Revenue, as follows, to-wltl
COUNTY FUND!
BUIDQirVlJDl
Balance in Treasury
Balance in Treasury
COUNTK POOB FUND!
WMWUW A1 ."...,....'..- ..........
BUluuv Amu nuiiviuv iiouoa . vi4 , , , ' moss a
Balance in Treasury 10,909 77
'' . TOWNSHIP AND TOWNSHIP rOOB FUNDI, (,,.- ,n
Balance In Treasury w
. BUILDING OB INFIRMARY FUNDI . '
Balance in Treasury ,. "'T""'. ' 1 00
MmTfAM YVWDiTlON w-wriuiiwi-i .mm
Balance tiTrejisury,
'.' " . PRINCIPAL SECTION 89 FUND: ' ' '
Balanoeln Treasury.!
PRIMtJU'AL, SKCTION in-ruu:
Balance In Treasury duo State.
TOWNSHIP
Balauceln Treasury
COHl'ORATION FUNDI
Balance in Treasury - .... . y . . . . . . t , m. i It?
TEACHER!!! 1N8TITUT8 FUNU I , it !.. !M. M
Balance In Trcastiry..... I. ' ...v '.I..1. .. ',. .,..,....,..... v. "
TotaBBlanMnTreiMUi.., ...,....y.......
WE, the undovslgncjl, TreMlirer and Auditor of Vinton Ooiinty.Ohlo, do Imroby rortlfv that
(he furcVlng HtaUm.?nt fs a tiiieexhlblt of the 11 ALANUKH remaining In the Treasury of VluUa
uunty, lihlo, belonging to esch rund, as appears of record in the Auditor's Ofllce, , ,
Given under our bands, ofuolally, this M day of September. A. D. 1BT9. '
..V.,1..,.,,..,.,'AB7
wn-KX rooa rvmn . J .. qotja
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' .... ..p.. i. ........ ; i T
IV 90
"oi 09
HOAD FUNDI
ilrt--li I'.'
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
WM. W. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton County, Ohio.
September 11.1872.
REDUCING THE PUBLIC
How it is Done.
, President Grant has reduced
the)' public debt $200,000,000,"
says every Radical paper, .Has
he? i Let us ' see! The- public
f6cords do, hot show -how such
a. reduction. Instead! of .being
reduced, the'publio debts are be
ing Increased. ; Why do not the
Radical ' leaders tell the people
that Gtrant has so administered
his infernally, despotic laws in
ther South ,: that' the publttr debt
there,- as well as in the Northern
States, has increased frightfully,
under his administration? We
will show a specimen of the "re
duction 'of the public debt."
Publio ; debts embrace debts of
the States, as well as of the na
tional ' government. Grant's
political' scoundrels, who have
been inflicted upon the South,
have produced this sort of a re
duction, which fwe advise Joxes
and the other McArthur Ringites
to read to the half dozen and
dozen persons wlioVgo to hear
them talk pretty these, cool
nights till bed-time in the school
houses in different parts of the
county:
' Alabama Owed IRfSmnoft In 1Wtft nnur.linU
bound for 138,000,000. Arkansas has Increased
her liabilities from 94,000,000 to noarly I!i0,000,000;
Florida from little or nothing to nearly $10,000,-
000: Georgia from flvn nr alv millions In nonrlv
50,000,000j however, 10.000.000 of fraudulent
bonds have been stopped lately; Louisiana from
110,000,000 to 141,000, 000 in I860 with a deficiency
of over 90,000.000 Inst year; North Carolina, from
say, 10,000,000 in 1801 to nearly 905,000.000: South
Carolina, irom, eav, so.uuu.uuu to ri,wu,VM;
TcnCnasee, from $aiS000,0u0 to 946,000,000; Texas
from nothing to about 16,000,000, with over 1.1,
000,000 of taxation this year, beside the enor
mous county taxation in all tho States and not
a dollar or inisior ine conieaornio -war nnnr.;
that was ail repudiated, and many of the Stales
have nothing to show for all the millions (m
posed by Stnto and county taxation upon theut.
: These figures show how the
public debt has been increased
instead of reduced, all since the
Grant party came into power.
The figures show the price of
carpet-bagism which Grant deals
largely in. The price is paid by
the people of the States named.
The Radical mode of "reducing
the .public debt" Is cutting off
one end and adding to the- other
end."" '
Of course you wish the gov
ernment to be. administered hon
estly and cheaply. Then vote
against every man on the Grant
ticket, from Grant down to
CountyCoroner. "
Instead of calmly awaiting
the unbiased popular judgement,
this Administration is determin
ed to re-elect itself in spite of all
opposition. It uses the ma
chinery of the Goverment and
the money in the Treasury to ac
complish its object it has no
more right to employ them than
she oppositioii has. And they
all go pushing to and fro on their
personal errands.' Wilson is run
ning here, and the without in
sight into the meaning of this
struggle. , Grant exhibits him
self in dumb show from railroad
car . platforms and tavern win
dows. They are every one busy
with their work, and for the time
have abandoned their duties, and
riven over the claims of the
country to their official attention
-On Friday morning, Sept.
6th, the steamer Metis was run
into by a schooner, off the coast
of Rhode Island, and the vessel
sunk, with about , 23 persons.
There were about 155 persons
on board. It is also reported
that tho steamer Bienville, bound
from New York-, to Aspinwall,
burned at sea on the 16th of
August, and of, 127 . persons on
board, 34 unaccounted for. It
is ; supposed that most of them
have been lost. ,, , , ,
The Springfield (Dakotah)
Times, a' Grant sheet, calls the
Germans "The , Red-Mouthed
Dutch.'!,' That "paper1, has no
doubt heard of Wilson's nomina
tion for the Vice Presidency, and
thinks it in order to take a ' leaf
from his boolc'as a bitter JCnow-
Nothing. ! : ir :... r
Chief Justice Chase and the
Political Situation—He
Pronounces
for Greeley and Brown.
; following letter "explains
itself: ,'7n :''f- ''
NORTHWOOD, N. H., Aug 28.
t)ear Sir. your . letter . ex
pressing the wish of yourself and '
many mends to know my views
of public duty in - the ' approach
ing ; Presidential . election ;' has ...
been received. My answer must
bo brief. ' : ',,
I make no secret of my con
viction that the' higlielynterests .
of our country requiTo tH elec-
tion of Mr. Greeley, or ."of my
intention to vote for, him.'; At
the same time J;!Jcheerfully. ac
knowledged our indflJtG(npss to
General Grant for his servises in
the war and for much of his ad
ministration as President,. Mv
thanks are due ' and-', gratefully
given to his countrymen ' who
lelt and ieel toward me the senti
ments you express My health -was
and is to precarious to allow1
a wish for the nominationVrE very-
thing and more that could be
hoped from me may be expected
from.Mr.'Grcely."' 1
Yours
CHASE
E. A. SCHELLENTRAGER, Esq.
Just to show how the peo-;
pie's money goes, let ust refer to ...
the internal revenue collections
for tho State of Maine." ".It ap
pears that the actual receipts of
revenue in the'entire state amout
to $53,022 83; ' to collect which :
it costs m salaries to Govern
ment officials $33,000, leang
Uncle Sam the insignificant sum'
of $20,622 83. This is a pretty
l . it in ar . i
snowiner . lstiT lr.r in.inr lfl nnr.
the only state where such abuses
prevail. It is the same in almost
every state in the Union; and
such . facts explain where the
people money goes,' and who
pocket it. , ' ' " ' "
Those : who feel willing to.
endorse the wrongs and injuries
inflicted on tho South by the
present vindictive administration
can vofe for Gen. Grant; those :
who dispise and detest the mili
tary autocrat now in the White :
House, will vote for Honest
TT n l m ji i
noraco ureeiey. . io moso wno
are doubtincr Thomases we would
say there is but one way, to end
this Grant despotism, and that is
to heartily support ", the "honest
farmer candidate,IIorace Greeley,
who will be our next President. .
and restore the country to ' pros-'
perityand freedom.
An eloquent Grant orator iii 1
Indiana ' had ' dwelt with "great
unction upon the; utter dissimil-. ,
arity' between the conversion of
Saul of Tarsus and that of the '
Democratic party, and, feeling :
certain that 1 his ' armimelits had
convinced hisaudiencet asked,
"What angel of the . Lord has
met the Democratic party and
turned them from their evil ,
course?" " "Horace Greeley" waa
the unexpected response sent up
in a clear voice from the crowd, '
The orator didn't feel like saying:
anything more'.! , . 7'
Will some one of the' or- ,
gans, either the big one, the lit- '
tie only, or even the old one, bo
so kind to tell ' the 'people' why
Grant keeps mam in reference to
Gen. Pleasonton's 7 charge, that
he endeavored touring the pat
ronage of the Presidential ."office ,
to override the independence . of, .
Senator Schurz? Why so silent, V
ye grinders out of administration .
music? , , ' . ( . , . . '
Says the Philadelohla Aae:
"It is estimated that the Govern-;. '
ment is being robbed of two hun
dred dollars per day by the with-'
drawal ot clerks to, dp,, campaign
writing. ( Yet we hear nothing , ,
of the civil-service-reform bill-,
bcinar enforced." ; ., '
It takes five of tho broad coir, ;
umns of the New .York Tribune
to give tho, names of the discov-.
ered thieves and. the .amounts
WIV ' v - - -
Administration, , .. ' ) . . ' "
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