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M'ARTHUR, TINTON COUNTY, : 0 HI 0; , ; WEDNESDAY J OCTOBER 2,:;i8T2. .Ill idlillM : NO. 38.
VOL. G.
f I J, W. BO WEN, I
I Publlikir tad Propriitor. f
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Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE.
On and after Juno 9, 1871, Trlan will
run as roiiows: . i
a ;.
82
62
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3 : :
a
3i
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to id i 4 SSZIImSS1"'"
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1-1 1
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it?; :5j-
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23 :53 :Et :
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3 : : : : : ::::::::''::
ta
a
o
O
:;:::: .
5 :::::::::::;
21 :
. :
S5
38j
3i2
33"
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally
All other Trains (fall v. axoent Hundav.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makea no
top DBCWBen Hamden mid AthenH.
2e :53 :2 '3 :3
W T e Ka
Portsmouth Branch.
"Mai jUsnommodatiim.
WW:. ' 6!00A.ll.
pep. Hami(en
Jaoksnn
Ar'r. PerUtnonth
Dep. Portsmouth
Ar'v. Jackson
Humden .
4.09 "
8.80 '
I. 40 A. V.
io:50
II. 80 P.M.
10.68
12-SOP. n.
4:00 "
5.17 "
7.08
Trains Connect at Loveland.
For all points on the Little Miami Rdllroad, and
at the I iiiUanapolla A Cliioinnatl Ballroad Juno
linn fur all poiiita West.,
I I T f ''1 M i; 1 l -" w, pKABODY,
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
Sn and aftBC Momta, Noymber 1(), Traini
1 run aa fqlloa ! ?
HAST WARD,
Oin'nati
lint, txprtt.
. Depart
Purkarxburg
Curabarland
Harper'! Perry. ....
Waaolngton J uuo'n.
Arrive
Baltimore
Washington .......
Fhllfllphin ,,.
TBSTWABbi"
Depart
New York
Philadelphia
Washington
Baltimore.
......Arrive
WftShluiftort Jiwoltl .
Harper'lFftrrjf...:.
pumbarUnd
parkorahnrg ... ..,
8 olf Am
85Pm
8 40Pm
1 88 Am
8 61 ...
845
844 Am
liaPra
49 "...
506'"
8 85 '
8 08 'i
68a
8 55 "
10 00 "
95 Am
10 00 "
1 SQ Fl
410"
ll:4Pm
19 80Pm
UM Am
8 80 Am
9:S0Pm
4:00 Am
8:MPm
SifiOAm
0.20 '
11 45 Pm
6 45pm
too
19QPm
lOflPm
8 00 "
4 05 Am
1:04 "
11 00
8:40 Am
Pullman Palaoe Drawing Room Sleeping Can,
Whloh areai oomfbrtatile, elegantly furnlihed,
and almoit equal to a flre-ilde, are on ull Traini
from Olnolnnatl to Baltimore and Washington.
8eSohieluleor Marietta audClnelnnati Rail
. wy for time of arriving ana departing from
lfoArtliiir.
ana advantaaes or tni route over all omen
V,-tatk KlveiTalI trstelnrt' holding Ihrough
aitimore,
n-ee.
an by
anyqtit i n. .
for grandeur o tliia Continent.
TO SHIPPERSOF FREIGHT.
' Tbli line offers mperlor lnduonmenta the
ratee being one-third lower to and from lioaton,
New York, or anv other FnKtern nolnt.' In or-
rn
iioeuwyalonirthli Hallway li noteaualed
fVeriBiW sliiti'if'RMtiinoi A Oblo
. nf,nw innpninKU89( (lTearaeaireoiioni.
rcltfliU shinned hv this route will have del-
btuii, mi l)b nundlwl wUh oarft-and ive
shippon rauoh monoy. J. L. WILSON,
' Master Tnaiportation. Baltimore.
1 G. R. BLANOHARD, t - u . ,
.- Gen. Freight Agt. Baltimore. i-
i i L.M.OOLE,
, U, B. JONES, Gen. Tloket Ag't, Baltimore,
i flan. Pan. Ag'f., Olnulnnatl. ...
Capitol and Eastward. Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
To all Points West, Northwest and Southwest.
To all Points West, Northwest and Southwest. THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
.. The Great Throj.-.,. , - .
tenser Line to ot. koine, nanaus t).o.,
Josopli, Donver, San Franolico, and all point
In Mlsonrl; Kansaa and Colorado.;
' ' The ghortBHt and only dlreot route to Indian
aoolls, : Lafayette, Terr Hev Oambrldg
City. Bpringdold, Peoria, Burlington. Chicago,
, Milwa" ,8t. Paul, and all point In th
, Thenilianapol'l, Cincinnati and Iiafayetto
Railroad, with Its oonnootloni, now olfor pa
anger more faollltl In Through Coach and
Bleeping Oar Service than any other line from
Cincinnati, having the advantage of Through
, , Dally Cam from Olnulnnatl to SU Louis, Kan-
la Olty.St. Joseph, Poorla.BurlingtoB.Chlctgo,
Omaha, and all Intermediate points, presenting
to Colonist! and families sunn comfort and
accommodations as are afforded byuo other
- route in...! . ', , -r
Through Ticket and Baggage Check to all
'.Prfn'liv4 OlnolnnaU at 7:30 A. M.. I;00 P.
,. g. and 9:00 P. M. , , : ... -TIoIchU
can he obtained at No. I Burnet
House, oof nor Third and Vina Pabllo Land
ing, oorner Main and Riven '"o. Depot,
oorner Plum and Pearl Street, Cincinnati, O.
1 .)' Be aur to purnhai tickets via Indlanapolla,
Olnolnnati and Lafayette Railroad.
C.K.WltD,. u O. UBAKItlSGRE.
, Chief Ticket CUrk. UUr Transportation,
- Cfuoiaaatl, . ' V. s . .. ClaoiMiat
Railway Time.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY.
Is the Shortest, Quickest
and ouly Road running its en
tire trains through to 'j
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Our arrangements and con
nections ;with all lines from St
Louis and Louisville are per
feet, Reliable and complete for
all points ' ' . ; :.
This is the shortest and beat
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. : Joseph
and to nil points in Missouri,
lvansas and Nebraska. :
Through Tickets and full
information as to time and
fare, can be obtained at any
K. K. Omce or at our ofnee in
Cincinnati. . i
fa. GALLUP, Gen.
Eait Pa. Agent,
W. B. HALE, Can. Fa, and Tloket Act.
lilNUIHKAlI.
8T. LOUIS.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY. VANDALIA
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY. VANDALIA ROUTE WEST.
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
t EXPRESS TRAINS leava Indianapolis
dally, except Sunday, for 8T. LOUIS ana
rut, nisi, j .
TnE only Line running PULLMAN'S eel,
urntod Drawing-room Sleeping Csrs from N.
V Dl.fnl.xvivh rnl..ntK..a TA..Ia..t1lA rl-
cinnati, anu inuianapoui, to Bt. Loul without
cnange.
Pusaenger should remember that this li the
uront west Hound Koutafor KanaaiCity,
Leavenworth. Lawrence, Tonck a, Junc
tion Olty, Fort Scott and St, Joseph. '
riiinnaijTA to kansas, for the pur-
kitiiviiiril I poseoiesuinusnini; uicra
Kelvoeln new homos, will havelilHiraldiacrim.
nation mauo in their lavor by this Line. Sat
'sfaotorrcommutution on revular rates will bo
given o Colonist and large parties traveling
tugeuiHr! anu weir DBggnge, emigrant outni
and stock will be ihippodon the most favora-
Die terms, presenting to '
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
8uon comforts and accommodation at ar pr.
tented by NO OTHER ROUTE. .
TICKELfl can be obtained si all the nrlnclDsl
Ticket Unices n the astero, Middle and
General Fasnenger Agent. St. Louis
HOBT. EMMKTT, '
Eastern Passenger Agent, Indianapoll.
JOHN E. SIMPSON,
General Superintendent, Indianapoll.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and alter Deoowuer 10th. 1S71. Traini will
un as follown
Depart. ' Ptvari
Atnent ' iw a. x. i:io i. u.
Arriv. .; Arritt.
Columbus... (:60 A. X. 8.40 r. M.
Cleveland... 8:55
Pittsburgh.. 8:15 r. M. . ldWi.K
ti
1 -.30 "
7:60
:1 "
, . 1:80 A.M.
, ;80 . "
Dayton I'OS
Xeulft 18:10
Richmond... :v
Chicago..... 13:15 A. x.
Indianapoll! 0:10
oleville, Zanesy
Clone con
JSAi l$gS'& ci'nr:
elnnatl and Mutkiflgum Valley Hailroad.
Direct connection made at Columbns for
Dayton, Sprlngfleld, jndiaaapolli, Chloago,
and all point! West, Alio, for Cleveland,
Buffalo, rittiburgn, ana in points itast. .
Tak the Hooking. Vallev and Pan Handl
rout to Chloaro and tb NorthWSt. It J tb
horteit by slxty-llx mllei, giving paangr
th bnnt of qulokcr tlm and lower rate
than by any other Un.
B. LBnu Qe'l TloVptAg't"
iMHWIWiUJ.il MimHUlJ llllll Will ,
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and after MOifDAY. liav BiU. 1871. Ex
press Train will 4Y1 tPWMHP . id
ORKSTUS4ttiVtpolHt naW4 be-
low, ai ruuowii
Station. No. a.
No. 4.
- ti45pm
4:10pra'
No. 8.
1:&S am
7:80am
SiOOpm
4:48 pm
8:05 pm
Oolumbu .IlilOB
Crestline.. ..... 12:80pm
Cleveland... .... 8:453 m
Buffalo. 10:80pm
Vlaiara Falls:. ..7 :00am
Rochestp!r.'......1ffl6W
:4t
:0
m
Boston. i.l;2Qpm
Pttl
bra li:'
l:auam
NewYorkClty.8aQnm
PW fli4Uam
DO a
Creatllne .T1B p ffl B p m I 5 M
Pittsburg....,,.. wpm . l warn- apm
Harrliburg T'm H2om S40m
Baltimore.. 1040am. 140pm ......
Washington.,,. 1 10 pm
Philadelphia... 11 15 am '
etipm , ,
815pm 700 am
Creatllne
.1180pm
. 680am
Chloago ......
Fort wayna .
74opra BBoara
Uftqm ll4am
8jsm yoopm
g OQumbp;at4:jo
i Delaware ftirSRi'lii
has
reach!
Tra
ley Railroad connect with No. 41 Train. Through
Tickets for sale at Athena. i
Oolumbu at 12:88 a. m. 11 :15 a. in. and 8 :60 a. m.
PASSENGER TRAINS returning arrlva at
av.
Brl and
arriving W ff
'for'artloular Information In regard to
througn tlckou, time, e??00.41"""!-'
point Eat. West, North nd South, apply to
or addre 4. FORD, Oolumbu, Ohio-
afaNo. a.loav Ini Oolumbu! at 4:10n. m.
a Through Oar tla Delaware fur gmln Jfleld.
t7Falao6 Say and Sloepir J Can
aJ'Bo It' leaMh?hu JW B :85."a m, on
York vb Monday morutng at
Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE
Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE To the Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. R. Co.
XJL tai BIOM UHIIO -
Colambus Railroad Co., are herbv required to
. - .a t, .1 Bmhi.hi n r M.M mtiin..
ny. alhiaoluoe In Galllpoll. Ohio, and partle
living in Vinton county, Ohio, may mke pay
ment; If more convenient, to DANixt Wli.L,
1'ronldent Of the Vinton County Bank, instal
ment on thelriubieriPtlon, as follows!
A 4thlntalment of 10 per oent., on or bofora
JUAy6fh'lnt,tB'lmBnt of J0 pr cent., on orbefow
AAK6th 'wtalmentof 10 per oeni, on Of befor
8TCin.1nfont of lOper cent.,oa or befoM
Al8thstSmnnt of 10 per cenl.onpr before
November 88, 1872. , 'Mt,M
A 8th intaiinentoflOper cent., on or bfor
DenemberU, 1H7. . ; ;-!( -i
, Uy order of Board of D10t8u"OB18(. '
. o'y f , MA. P. . '. Co.
olyltTI, .i--a
DEY GOODS. &o.
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEAE8
IT. TOV7BLE
, ', s
' - WBOLKSAI.I OBAt.RH IH
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. . . . Portsmouth , O.
J. F. TOW ELL li agent for several Mill, and
hi hous ii liBadiiiiartera for tunny desirable
makes of Kaatern Goods. All good will be
old at the lowest possible price.
Close Cash Ilu vers, If list Olaas Timo, Trade,
Wholesale Peddler and t'urnaccmen are par
ticularly invited to an examination of bis stock
MARBLE WCUKS.
B. E. HIOGIXS & BR0.,
' Maanfaotorar af '
MARBLE BIONUMENTS,
TOSqTB STONES
MANTLES, FTONITURE, &c.f &c,
. IiOGrJv.2ir, OHIO
GOOD assortment of Marble conatantlr on
band. All kind of
Cemetery Work
' Done to order In the finest itylc. , 84
HOTELS.
AM ERIC AN HOTEL
Corner High and State Streets.
(Nearly Opposite State House
COLUMBUS OHIO !
E. J. BL0UBT
Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEL li furnished tln'ouglioiit with
all the modern iniprovemonts. J cents can
tvtj un vna uest irunvinuni. nun very low mm.
Street Car pas tills Hotel to and from all
Ballroad Depot.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.!
M.MERKLE,
Fraprletor
TAIS Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
Depotand where all travelera upon all
tMlna Man . W a 1,B. ...... !,.,,. , 1
v. biu. .nil iuwi.i un. J linn . . . . , ni.n.ii
enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
so., ana 1 now in complete order for tne re.
eeptlon o.'gneRts. ' "Tralnsslop teii . mln
utearormeai. mriKRUH modkuate.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, O.HIO
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN. . Proprietor
THIS Houae, formerly the Isliain House, liai
boon thoroughly rupovaled and beauti
fully furnished. Havlna umIoi. rmu,
everything will be done to make gtieHta com
fortable. Table always supplied with, beat
market affords. Nicely furnlslied Room and
oleaneat Bed Good Rtahle. Kvery effort
made for tne oomrort or patron. All charge
moaerate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
JT; Wi VARNER Propretor
THIS Hotel la in the moat convenient par
of the city on Front Ht reel. between Mar
ket and Jefferson. ' ; '
ATTORNEYS.
O.
T.'QUNNINQ,
MOArlTHUn, OHIO. I
OFFICK-AT DRUG STORE, MAIN STREET.
D. B SHIVEL,
, MOAKXUUJf.
Will attend promptly a. K(tf bnlpe
oountlpi
ntr
,o micatiitt viiiton unu aunt
0rripn-lp the Hf)Mirtiu''Oflice,
nlulnc
J. M. MoOlLLIVRAY,
A.TTOIl.asriQY AT LAW,
: filOAKTti yiv, ;
anvCourti
OFFP
CHARLES W, OI3T,
Attorney at Law and Nat;
Mortaaaei alwav on band
Wait Wing Balnbridgu nloek.
VrFIUKlUs II
.-. ' tf
i. U.-S.. CLAY POOLE,
(PrwMBtliigtoT! Vlfl 0tT,)
TiriLL nrapttpa in Hqm, Vinton nd adjoining
v T cfluiittos, All legal business entrusted to
hi oar promptly attended to. 88-tf
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTOBIiTIBT &y ATi
I '!' : ,' ' ', : ' ' ' ' '
OFFICS lr soob Wet of Dan. Will ABro.
Especial attention given to theoolleotlon
ofolalm.'' - tv, s .ri M-lT
Trees, . Flows, Ml
I
Nursery Stock! ftit M
Floier
" WW 1 ,.
, Afldrei8 V K. PHOENIX,
BL60MINCT0N NHJiSERr,!
'. ! - lll'HOIS.
(00 AcretHstyearj 18 Greenhonte.
Apple 1000 1 yr., ; 8 y., 890 ; 8 v., 84! 4y, .
4 Catalogue, 80 ceutii .
- . !:...,, ' fjh4m' S
i . i jq . .j.! li i ... iimiwuini i
AMERICAN SUBMERGED fill'?,
.."..'The BeBtPump in the World-'
OUB AgenU report ever M0,0OO worth of
propurtyved from'FIr this J ear by these
pumps, being the most powerful foroe-pump
rTj musts, te wrth
mlumMst, page 111)8 of h Anv, Agrleulturbt.
Thl pper never dooelve the farmers. Be
notice In February number, page 45: Try One.
f it don't do the work claimed, lend It bok and
Ret yonr money, M we warran'our pump to
do all we claim for thorn on our clrular. '
Send for circular or orders to th Bridgeport
MTsT Co.. No 55 Chamber Ht , Ntnv Yoik,
A order for nlna Ho. 1 tfumpl aonr tx-
nialvww - t , ,, "oVr-M.. .
attenq prompHy V? any ppaine
hra MM iuX 'rnftnagement in
J VJntonan" adlp(nnB cOHntle.
-4BtneWIHnn0liPi v "lair w
i in
mix uuuu
v:t . i ..i.i
Court Proceedings.
Dan Will vsl Patnck McAllis
ter et Ju'lgmen't ''for the
plaintiff for 5816 75.' ; " 4 '
II. W. Deshhr vs. Mary, E.
Deshler.Biit for di vo'rcel ' . The
plaintiff set forth; in hist Jietitioii
that the defendant '.hid been, ab
sent for more than three years last
past Divorce rallied.'5! . ;
E. D. Dodge vs. Charles1 Sid
man and wife. Sale of lot in
town oAJfcAiiiitir confirmed and
Sheriff ordered to make deed .to
purchaser,' 'V , i ; 1 '
sJeweEranaYduHr, ps. ohn
J. Jeffrey. ' Sale of real estate m
Harrison, township confirmed and
Sheriff ordered , to inake a deed
to purchaser., ; ; '.vvH
,, W. Ci Foster vs. James u
for-i-Proceeding8! in partition.
Ordered that A writ : of partition
issue to the Sheriff, commanding
him, that by .the : oaths, of Eli
Reynolds, Joshua .Wood and
Francis Loftis' pa, rtition be made
of lands, in township, in : the fol
lowing proportions; j, To ; W; d.
Foster and James Ballard each
one equal third part ;. ,
Money Not Quite Omnipotent.
' lent.'--1'",",
The money resources !, of , the
Grant campaign managers, i with
Simon Cameron, the king of cor
ruptionists, at their head their
money resources, vast as they are
and unscrupulously as they may
be used, are still hot ;, large
enough,' it is now feared by said
managers, to cover , the .whole
country in the interest' of .Grant
and his numerous Rings. TheJ
job of subsidizing so ' largely
year alter year, is growing - too
big on the hands of the Grand
Gift Enterprise and ' Bloody
Chasm Company.' V : Ui - .
The I campaign : in ; Terry
county, on the part of the , Re
publicans, in 1866, was opened
by speeches from Col. Lyman J,
Jackson and Col, AV, U, Free. In
1867 the Republican campaign
was opened at th same place by
speeches irora Maj. J. W.Stinch
comb and Judge (jroghah. Now
all these gentlemen are opposing
the Grant dynasty and are sup
porters oi ureeiey and feftwn
Yet, the aYmffft' Grantite will
tell you there Is no break, in the
T)..l,ll l. '
xvciuuiii;au . rttUK..J . ureal If
New Lexington Herald.
aia.
i
'.111.:
:i (
The Columbus Sentinel aavs
mi. . .. M )' i,
t-m mSwnWMM we wree
ley men In Ohio vote for Gen
Aquila Wiley at 1 the Ootober
election is a good one, but; it ma
be improved upon. :. W-e ; woul
I
amni U tfA tsftfto & Jiiley,
and John Green. " " A vote for
Gen. vVlley for Secretary of State,
xor j uage vreen for Supreme
Judge and ' for My. ' Rileyj .fpf
Hoard Qt wWioa wq pe
TOgta.,RnOevelop Grant's
weakness. u"
mmu .iu.i;
: --The "Daily Columbus Sen.
tinel," a new Greeley and Browij
journal ; at ''(TO
capitftj accessn to the ' Liberal
cause In this State.". ; It is edited
by ' J. Q. Howard, EscG a very
nuio juuruaiiBb uuu pouucai wri
ter. We hope the! Sentinel may
In
his i letter ;. to ; David ' 1 A.J
Wells, the Hon. Charles Francis
Adams spoke of aspirants' for the
presidency p "that cr,owd,',V" In
Ms tieq&aMDu'feiiri.'the
younger, Joan, tymncv Adams
spoke of the Vloe Pregldenby as
"tbat , thing." .Thai, Scornful
height of , the Adama i family is
: L .
ooincwiinjj uovyuuenng. o ;
W. M. CQPnav, who .was in
1868 elected Attorney Uenerat of
the State of Indiana on the Radi
cal, ticket, has ' Written ft letter
strongly endorsing Greeley,1 and
stating that he will support him
in the coming contest V
h the pf 5iaiof the Ohio
LegislaturO; tho . Domoorats and
liberal, Republicans will lipid the
balance of power-two members,
formerly Grant men. now ' sup-,
' f4 " ' i '' i. -it -i ' ' "'
.
How can any Democrat
Vote for Greeley?
a is
away from his duties engaged in
frivolous pursuits ' of pleasure
fully half , the time,1 leaving the
Government to be carried prr by
irresponsible subordinates. ( f
'IIIow can any Deniocrat!0te
for Horacer Greeley ?" . -'!
i We1 have- an Administration
that prowls thef country' as lying
stump speakers,!; trying to blind
the people to the " enormities of
''alow can any Democrat veto
for Horace" Greeley ?'V ' ; - 1 -i 'i
We have t a f. President ' who
makes personal Nvarfare upon ev
ery patriot who. will not call his
eyil good. Y. ;t ;7 . ,.: )
: t'How can any Democrat vote
fojr, Greeley?" ;
;We have an: administration
thatilhas . made, us despicable
abroad, keeps up domestic, strife
to;, prolong its j rule' 1 at ' home,
wnks at robbery by its Officials;
who. are potent at thepolls, and
knows no principle but prolonga
tion of power, r 1 i;;. H;
;"Hort:an any Democrat vote
for Horace- Greeley ?"
i We: "have' a'President whose
personal associations are a scan
dal to the people', .who rewards
gifts to himself with the honors
and emoluments he-1 holds .in
trust'for the nation, who strikes
dqwn : .the. i purest statesmen, of
his own party who refuse to en
dorse the most shameless depar
tures i from , pledges v and from
principles, or who expose the
corruption that walketh in dark
ness, and smileth at noonday.
; :f'How can any Democrat voV
for Horace. Greeley ?" -- i j
. These,, samples; of Granllsnl
must answer for to-day.. The
list could be .truthfully lextended
to an , almost,! limitless ., mdict-
"Ilotv can anv Republican vote
few .
matter.-1 y, . 7 ' :
Clement , J..., Vallandigham
sleeps in his narrow! house The
noise of political contest disturbs
pot.biiiraast.repdga. Although
wv utgyu-uy pouucians jn
their chase for, place f and power,
the: hjsto'rian will, ' point to ' him
as the prime mover in one of the
most successful games eyer play
ed Qn the. chess , boarJv of poli
tics ,. ,('"'..,7. ;;.(,; ..jv.
'. Hii "new r .departure" 1 whioh
bu one brief-year 1 ago j was a
cloud in the political- firmament
ho bigger than a na.na hand, hap
grown tjlj it margin touches the
l$$m ft ftU pointi, , and from
ita boflom leaps the ' lightning
flash' and; deep ? toned j thun
der,1 feivine1' promise ofanearlv
ihower' which shall ''veh and
furlWpKqwJ atmosphere
and ktwtoeiau rera' of cood
wiil and reqoncUiatip4 imknown
alnce the xlay if James-Monroe:
.' The only, persons in this cjoun-
ijfiBrtte-' rMm : Eonkeylte
Fwzleexe the Grant; Radicals,
who manifested a deal more in-
ferest in, it than they did; jn the
sa4 1 that i the, Convention 'ddd
lftiisas'tMU8k.Rftdioal hopes,
and a Viv ''that their magnified
reprCBontftU6iiiwf its importance,
strength; and size turned out to
be downright, falsehood ! b
UtkA fKof .An.nM ; M1AM
Tha . Cinoirinati iCinxMe. ail
iiardly .be called a ! loyal; Grant
paper,' after! thai way it handles
the Dents. -It isthe: only 'ad
miaistration organ that hashad
the courage to treat : the'1 act ' of
T.J,ewTlA.'l!Wll J Jl, 'J
Qf.iwy. Q.n, qn muraer.
But the mot is, the Gazette is not
ah admirer1 of the Grant dynas
ty; !and ;supports it only asl a ma't
ter of policy; i!. - fi1
,t:l ' s w i 'ii j i'
form. Farm. ' Another family
building Will ho1 completed in a
fyweekB'henJSO more can be
accommpdated, , A ;, sufficient
number to fill the, new building
810a; ' ,i,M,oYt
Naturalized Citizens Read.
. At the Greeley and Brown
ratification meeting recently held
in Findlay, Rev. X Ci Fields, a
Liberal Republican, was one of
the speakers. In his speech, he
undertook to - silence the ! gifted,
eloquent German naturalized
citizen, Carl Schurz? No man,
with like opportunities, did more
to elect Abraham r Lincoln, and
Gen.: Grant, ..than Carl 'ficburz.
Why b he dc nounceti,"'i-iiliculod,
abusecl by1 Grant and - his camp
followers? Carl Schurz refused
to second the re-nomination of
Grant ; Liberty, justice, and the
truth are more ' precious1 in his
eyes "than the Nebuchadnezzar
worship of any one man. To-day
he isthe1 acknowledged leader of
the great German element of the
country Neither Grant nor
Henry Wilson have been able to
silence his irresistible1 pleading
in the tongue of his "Faderland."
Will you, Germans, 'vote for
Grant, who has insulted most
basely your ablest representative
and greatest liying oratoii in the
land ? Will you vote for Henry
Wilson, your life-long and sworn
enemy,:, who , in-the days of
Know-nothingism, declared that
if the . foreign element is to rule
in this country, he would rather
see the - shanties of Irishmen
burned to the ground, i and the
widows and orphans of Germans
shivering and dying with cold
and hunger ?. Germans, if you
vote for them, you will forget
that this is the only nation which
is the asylum of the oppressed pf
all nations. And, uermdns, your
dead comrades upon the recent
bloody fields ' of France, j Many
of them will rise up in indigna
tion against you, and lifting their
skeleton hands to-heaven will
say, "We were slain with the bul
lets of the Administration of
Grant, who in' selling arms and
ammunition to France, in time of
war, violated the neutrality laws
of , his country." . Germans, - re
memoer tne pale 'Watcnera on
It ,-WOT '
the Rhine.'"
i The Administration of Grant
commenced by claiming from
Great Britain $2,000,000,000 for
damages on account of the Ala
bama Claims. They have agreed
to take at the Geneva Conference
about $10,000,000 in full satis.
faction. ; Was there ever such. a
fall,ray countrymen? , As Yankees
we have always been acoused of
putting a selling price upon' our
wares mat we expectea to tail
on 'very ' considerably, but 1 this
beats all, The roar of the British
lion o the $2,090,000,000 claim
frightened Grant, and lie hastily
withdrew the claim. (
tasses-sk months in the 'year
lounging m the pea-side and in
pleasure tripi around the coun:
trv,' smoking cigars and drinking
whisky, is not a loafer then the
word has lost 1 its meaning and
should be expunged antf a more
polite- phrase ' invented,' I which
wouia 1 mswnguisn between f a
loafing' President and a' loafing
Neverl in all the ' history o f
this Gcwernment, ! has ! it been
disgraced by id infamous an!ad-
mmistra-tion as the present ..Its
thief tiUer lias jgrown ich in the
tecelpt pf presents .'from ambiti
ous demagogues', and he has re
warded them, in turn with offices
in, which, some (of them at j least,
nave stolen ten-lold tne amount
.pj the .original purchase .rhemey
TjIB Athens Joujnal, 'Grant
1 n ' T-k n
paper,' has come out . for R. R.
Hudson, thei. Democratic-Liberal
candidate , for Congress in that
custriot, and nine hundred voters
off Athens, .county, mostly Repub
lipans. signed, a call for a Peo-
pleVi Convention, ' '
.-1..
tiii.'tt
'"Lofcan Furnace ' turns out 75
to, 80. tons of pig , iron, weekly,
ana employs tnree nundrea men,
including pre jjiggers. haulers,
chocJra, eoal burners, &cj ..The
Furnace fs clearing ,,$12,009, to
$15,000 per annum , ,' , l': ""
The Way it Goes.
; The perfectly shameless con
duct of the Grantites in loading
down the mails with "franked"
documents meets with no oppo
sition from any ' patriot in that
party, ' Not only is the Govern
ment thus defrauded out of thou
sands pf dollars of revenue (for
the carrying . of 11 this mail mat
ter must be paid for,) but the
clerks in the departments who
are paid by the peojde, are occu
pied in, wrapping' and' sending
away Grant 'documents. ' L it
rigU?,,No'i.ut4- iiiua,vill pre
tend that it is, but when the at
tention, of Grant orators and pa
pers -is called to this crying out
rage iTio' reply at all , is made.
Never before in the history of
this country was the public bus
iness so neglected., - The Presi
dent is Jiimself loitering at Long
Branch orrolling about the
counfry 'in Pullman, palace cars
with' hispocketS full of free pass
es. He1 does not pretend to at
tend to publicbusiness. He has
no idea, of what' that means. He
cares for nothing but gratifying
his own 'pleasures. He delights
in horse-races and the society of
Such scallawags as Tom Murphy
and1 the Dents. Following the
example of their master,' we find
tho heads of departments Sec
retaries Boutwell, Delano, Cress
well, Williams, &c, deserting
their posts, perambulating the
country making stump speeches.
They7fure paid out of the public
treasury, and this is the way
people' are served. ,
The clerks in the Depart
ments, many thousands of them,
are also paid out of the public
treasury, and devote their time
to sending off Grant campaign
documents. Hundreds of thou
sands of -post-office employes,
paid by. the people, are similarly
engaged. Do , you, fellow citi
zens, desire this thing changed
and this fraud abated? If so,
vote" for Greeley.
Thou Shalt Take No Gift.
It , would appear from the fol
lowing .which is from the Bible
and not from a speech by Sum
ner, that gifitaking by a Presi
dent or any one high in author
ity, is a bad thing :
-And thou shalt take no gift;
for the giftblindeth the wise and
perverteth'.'the words of the
righteous. Exodus, xxiii, 8.
:, Moreover thou, shalt . provide
out of all the people able men
such, aa fear God; men of truth,
mng covetousness, and place
such man over them to be rulers.
EXODUS, xviii, 21.
Gov. Orr, of South Carolina,
Bayr when he was in the South
Carolina Legislature, a few years
since,1 -the ; legislative "eipenses
were $30,000 a year. ! Now they
amount to $900,000. Then the
employes of the general assem
bly: numbered 20 or 80, now
40a - -Of the 400 who are paid,
only a part do anything. ,
A vote for Bundy is an en
dorsement of all'' the acts of
Grant's I administration, and an
approval of the class legislation
of Congress. ; If you wish to re
buke the plundering of the public
land''l,ndthe robbing of the
public treasury, vote for Samuel
A. Nash. - :-J'-'; ' .i-' !
' Senator 1 J Wilson, the Grant
candidate fot Vice President,says
he is "worn . out defending the
acts of the Administration. No
wonder ntwould require a frame
of iron and sinews of steel to de
fend anything eo ' utterly inde-fensible--besides
an immense
amount of "cheek." ;
III!
;M,T,he! 'flocking, Valley Railroad
Cpmpa.nyJj'iUJbuild, early next
spring, the Monday Creek branch
of their road, running from Nel
sonville to, Straitsville, through
the finest coal field in America,
The "new branch will be about
fpurteen, miles ijn length'.
yiTps', next .thing in order is
counterfeit tickets. Examine
your ticket carefully. , t

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