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WllMl'Vilflil y'M'4WR- V'XTOX' COUNTY. OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 30, 1873. -
f $1.50 PER YEAR, I
I lit Advasoe . .,
f J. Wi BOWEN.
t Publisher tad Proprietor.
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Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
On and after Jun 9, 1871, Trlane will
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C1NCIN.VATI EXPRESS will run dally
Allother rralns (tally, except Hunduy.
CINUINNtvri EXPRE.SS EAST mukes no
gfrp hetwnnn Hamdon ami Athenit.
6:00 A. M.
. 4.09 "-
Rtfl A. H.
It. .10 P.M.
7.08 " .
Portsmouth Branch. Trains Connect at Loveland.
For all point on the T.lttlc Miami Rullroail, and
' at the Iixllmuipolis.t Cincinnati Railroad Juno-
ilan rorau pomw west.
f. Wi PEABODY,
Miliar of Transportation.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and aftor Monday, Novombor 10, Trains
will run as follow i
(ri null Flint
055 Am fllOPm
33 Pin 9 K3 Am
8 03 " 5 61
, 8 80 " 8 88 "
8 65 " 84''
10 00 " 10 00 "
S85 Am 1 90 Pm
8 15 " 4 10 "
UDOPm 8 80 Am
19 51 Am 1145 Pin
8 45 Pin 8 00 "
8 00 " 406 Am
- 8 10 ' 4 45 "
19 0HPm 0 511 "
6 00 Pm 10 89 "
8 96 "
...... Depart ..
8 44 Am
1 12 Pm
4 45 "
8 05 '
8 95 "
Washington .... V
Parkondwrg , . . .
19 :IM "
11 00 "
Pallman Palaot Drawing Boom Bleeping Dan,
Which are an ooinfortahle, elegantly furnUhort.
andalmoatequiil to a tlre-aldo, areon nllTrnlnn
from Olnninnatl to Haltlraoro and Washington
See dolled ale of Marietta and Clnolnnutl Kali
. way for time of arriving and departing from
The advantage! of thla rout over all other
It, that it gives all truvetora hnkllng through
iioketi the privilege of visiting' Baltimore,
PhlladelpUia, and the National Oapltol free.
Tlmeqnioker aud rates of fare lower than by
any other lino. .
Th aonnury along tliU ttull way la not equaled
forgrwidouroa VUiaCnntinont. ,
TO 6HIPPERSOF FREIGHT.
This Una offers supnrlnr lmluwmontu thr
rate being one-third lower tosml from llonton,
New York, ir any other Knatorn point. In or-derlno-
iroods of anvdotcrlntlon from the F.asl
glredlrefltions to ihlp (u .Ualtlmnre A Ohio
it. K.,nnu inihlpnlng bjastgtveiamHUirontions.
Vreluhts nhlimoil bv thlt rout will have dea-
patch, and ho handled ''with care and tave
unippors nitwn rooney. - J. it. viL.nun,
1 ' ? M ister Urimiportallqu', Ilaltlmor
a. n. bTjAnoiiahd, .
' . (Jen. Kreiglit Ag't, Baltimore.
h. M. COLE,
H. B. JONES, Gen. Ticket Ag't, Baltlmora
Oen. Pasi. Ag't., Olnelnnatl.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
The Groat Through Mall and Kxprnna Pas.
Joseph, Denver, Ban Frnnulsoo, and all pont
In Misaonri, Kansas and Colorado. '
IIIUIWHWII,"..! .....,w ,..,.HV.V ..........
a noils. Lafavotto, Terra .Haute, Oamliridgc
City, Uprlngllold, Peoria, Burlington. Ohloag i,
Mllwankeo, 8U Paul, and all polnta In the
TIiiJ,ndl'a'poll, Olnninnatl and Ijafayotte
Itallroud, with Iti aonnootlona, now niron pas.
Hloeiilng Oar Sorvloe than any other line from
Olnninnatl, having the advantage of Through,
Dallv Oara from Olnnlnnntl to, Ht. Iwls. Kan
naidltv.Ht. Joseph, I'eoi'la.nurllngtnn.Chli'ago,
Oin iha, and all Intormnillnte polnta. presenting
tO U lloniata IU1 riftilllliun luilll lHlllini ohm
aoiiDinmodattont aa aru afforded by no other
Through TlokeU and Baggage Oliockl to all
PTralniiloavOlnolnntlt7:M A.M., 8;0 l
ijlolteta nan be obtained at No, I Burnet
lljnse.oornor Third and Vine Pnbllo I.snd
lug, oonior Main and Klverj also, at Depot,
oornor Plum and Pearl Btroota, Olnninnatl, O.
Ho an re to pnrohaae tluknto Via Indlanapolla,
Olnolnnati and Lafayette llallroad. ,
U. Hi. IjlJltH, Vt. U.AlvlVl-iV.,
OUIof TloketClerki MaaUir TransporUtlon,
ill.. . . rlnnlnnu . . .
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY
la the Shortest. Quickest
and ouly Road running its en
tire trains through to .
STi LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
Our . arrangements and con
necttona with all lines from St.
Louis and Louisville are per
fect, Kehable and complete for
This is the shortest and liest
route, to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph
?ind to all points in Missouri,
liansas and Nebraska.
Through .Tickets and full
nformation as to time and
rare, can be obtained at any
ft. R. OEnce or at our office ii
Cincinnati. ' .
E. GALLUP, Gen, East Pas. Agent
W. B. HALE, Gen. rasa, and Ticket Agt.,
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
EXPRESS TRAINS leave IndlanapolU
dully, except Sunday, for ST. LOUIS and
HE only Lino running PULLMAN'B cele-
mated Drawing-room Bleeping imrairomn.
im.it,i,ti ' TSxIitmliiia TMilavilln Till.
ci'nnntl, and fndianapolia, to St. Louis without
Passengers should remember that this Is thi
U rout west, itouna Koute tor nanansuy,
Ioavonworth, Lawrence, Topeka, Juno
Hon City, Fort Scott and 8t. Joseph.
CkllOD A MTO TO KANSAS, for the pur
tlVl UnAN IN noaeof establishing them
selves In new homes, will have liberal discrim
ination made in tnelrluvor oy tins Line. nai.
sfantory commutatloii on regular rates will bi
given 'o Cnlonista and large parties traveling
together: and their baggage, emigrant oiuMli
;inu stock, will be snippeiion tne most lavora
ble terms, presenting to
C0L0MTSTS AND FAMILIES .
8ucn comforts and accommodations as are pre
tented by NO OTHEH KOUTE.
TICKEL9 oan lie obtained at all the principal
fickut Oillcea .in the Eastern, Middle ami
Sou thorn States.
O. E. FOLLETT,
General Passenger Agont.Bt. Louis.
Eastern Passenger Agent, Indianapolis,
JOHN E. HlMPSON,
Qoneral Buperintendent, Indianapolis.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and after Dooeinber 10th, 1H71, Trains will
un as follows:
Athens. 6.30 a. m. 1:15 v. u.
'nluinlms.,. 9:50 A, M. S.40 f M.
Pittsburgh.. 0:: p. m, 1:0Oa.M'
tieeland... 8:6.5 " , , , 1:80 " .
Xotlia 12:10 T:60 "
Dayton .....M-05 9:15 "
lllchinond... 8:i!B " 11:17 "
Indianapolis 6:10 :0 A. M.
Iilcngo. ....ia:10 a. m. o;ou
Closo connection made at Lancaster for Cir-
'leville, Znncsvlllo, mid all polnta on tne Ulil
Innatl and Muskingum Valley Railroad. .
Direct connections made afColumbns fm
layton, Bpringnold, Indianapolis, Chlnago
mil all iiolnti West. Also, for C'loveland.
llnlTalo, I'ittsburgh, and all points Eaat.
Take the Hocking Vallov and Pan. Handle
route to C'lilc.ugo and the Northwest, It la th
shortest by. sixty-six miles, giving passenger.
tho bonolitof quicker time aud lower rate,
than by any otlior line.
J, TT . lll r, Iv I I
E. A. Bukll Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Ull Ullll nibUI m V Mill. aoLii, mil,
iriMHl'mina will kkavi COLUMBUS and
OKESTLINE and abkivi at points named be
low, at louowa:
Stations. No. 3.
Columbus IlilOs m
Crestline 12:80 pm
Cleveland 8 :45 p m
Kociiestor .1 :80 am
6;iWpm II :90 pm 11:00am
(JreHtllno. ....... 1246pm 8H5im 886am
Plltaburg 9 85pm 196am 8 45 pm
Hnrrlsbiirg 716am 1125am 140am
Haltimore 10 40 am 140pra
Washington .... 1 10 p m 6 26pm
Philadelphia,,. It 15am 816pm 700am
CreHtlTiio . 1180pm 7 46 pin 8 55" am
Fort Wayne.... 6 80am 115am 1195am
Chicago 1210 pm 7 90 a m 800pm
Sv-No. 4. leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m
has aThrongh Carrlu DolawareforSprlngfleld,
reacningnpringnoiu witnoutonangeai, i;wpni,
, Train No. B on the Onlumbua A Hooking Val
ley Railroad connect with No. 4 Train. Through
Tickets for sale at Athens. '
I'AHHKNOKll TRAINS returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:30a in. 11:15 a.m. andv:60 a. m,
JfirPalace Day and Sleeping; Can
un ah Trains.
v"I'io6"lenvlng0oluinhuaat 3:35 a ra.pn
Aunday, runs through without dotentlnn, by
. .. . t . . ., ,.,. ....... , T .. 1 1 ... . ...
IK) in n,rie anu now iora innn nnnw.;..
arriving nt Now York on Monday morning at
For liartloulnr information in rcgara w
ihrongh tlckela, tlmo, nonnoctlona, eto., to all
polnta Knat, West, North and South, apply to
or auuress n. r'ivi',uoiiiiiiuiii.,wiiii'.
K. R. FLINT. (Inn. Superintendent.
Uin. Agent, Ouluuibua.O.
. Paase ""'"-4 ' nbus.Oi
NOTICE To the Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. Co.
A LLneraons having euhscrlhod to the Can!
V tal Stock or the Ualllpolia, MoArthur A
Coluinhlis Itallrnail Oo are lieruby required to
make payment to the Kee.rotarr of the Coin pa
nv, atliiaonlno In GaUlpolls, Ohio, and parties
living In Vinton county, onto, may make pay
in.nt, If more oonvenlent, to Danibl Wli.t
Pret lilont of tho Vinton uounty Hiiiik, Hiatal
manu nn t linlr aobacrltitlous aafollowsi ,
A 4thlntalmeiit of 10 percent., on vr bofore
July 99, 1879, - ' ' . .
A 6th Insl nlmnnt of 10 per cent., on or before
August 92. 1H7
A nth Inatalmnntof 10 poroont., on or bofore
September ), 1H79. , ,
A 7th Instiilmeutof 10por.oot.,on or bofore
An 8th Instalment Of 10 por oont.on or before
November 9H, Wi. ,
A th hiNtnlniout oflOpof cent., on or before
uneemnersn, nii, i
By order of Board of Dlrcotors i
. W. BHOBFR,
' '-' ' ' ! Beo'x O., MoA, A O, R, B. Co.
.. July 19T. '' ' '
DRY GOODS, &c.
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS
WHOI.E9AI. DSAI.XR IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street Portsmouth, O.
J. F.TOWELL is agent for several Mills, and
nla house Is headquarters for lanny desirable
makes of Eastern Goods. All goods will bo
told at the lowest possible price.
lloseuasn Buvers, rust uiass Time, xrnae,
Wholesale Pedillera and Furnacemen are Dur-
tlcularly invited to an examination of bla stock
MARBLE WORKS. .
B. R. HIGGINS & BR0.,
MANTLES, FUENITUEE, &c.f &c,
GOOD assortment of Marble t-onstantly on
handA.vUl kinds,of ,
Done to order in the flues t stylo. 14
AM ERICAN HOTEL
Corner Illarh and SBke Btrceta.
tneany opposite ouuo nouse
E. J. BLOUNT
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all tho modern Improvements. Guests can
rely on tne best treatment arid very tow inns.
Street oars pass tins notei to anil iroin an
THIS Hotel, a few feel from the Railroad
ri-rvnt arwl whevn all travelers UDon All
crams can taac meuis, niu, just wcu simuj
enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
o., and la now in complete oruer mr iuo m
lentlon of guests. "Mrtrnina stop ten mln-
ntesfor meals. tWTitima modkhatb.
' JACKSON, OHIO
Or. I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
THIS House, formerly the Ixham House, has
been thoroughly renovated and beautl-
mily mrnisnetl. Having superior iiwinvies,
wnrvthlnor will be done tomake giieats com
fortable. Table ftlwaya supplied with best
market, affords. Nloelv furnished Rooms and
ileanest Beds Good Htables. Every effort
made for the eomfort ofpalrona. All charges
"TniHS Hotel la In the moid, convenient par
A of the city on f roiiimreei.oevwecn mar
tet and Jefferson.
Q T. GUNNING,
LAWY T! ,
)FFICE-ATDRITG STORE, MAIN STREET,
D. B SHIVEL,
A.TTOK1TET A-'i IiA."W.
Will attend promptly h. egal business
intrusted to his care In Vinton and adjoining
munties. Okfick In the Recorder's Onlee.
J. MMoGILLI VRAY,
A.TTOE1TEY A.T IiA."W,
WILL attend promptly to any business
given to hla care and management In
r.t vinlnn iiiii niltr.lnluu nniint.tntt.
Ill J uui wi , .............. ... ... .
Office In the Court House. Ui stairs. 18-tl
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law anfl Notary. Public
ZALESKI, OHIO. .
WILL attend all legal buslnoaa entrusted to
his care. Supply of Blank Deeds and
Mortgages aiwaya on nana. umi-su.ii
West Wing Balnbrldge "lock. U
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOJRtTZE-y A.T CAW.
(Froisontlnf Attorney of Vlntoa County,)
'ITT'ILL practice In Ross, Vinton and adjoining
IT counties. All legal oust
In ess entrusted to
his care promptly attended to.
A.TTOT32r:Enr a.t law,
"""' W ARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st door West of Pan. Will A Bros.
Espoolal attention given to Iheeolloction
A1UUU A1UIIU1U) JVUIUU)
i HEDGE PLANTS!
Hursery Stock! Frnit and Flower
j .. Plates!
" ' 1 Address V K. PHOENIX,
800 A ores; 91st year; 19 Greenhouses.
Apple 1000 1 yr., 0; 1 y., I80; 8 y., 40; 4y., $60.
, 4 Catalogues, 10 cents.
AMERICAN SUCMERGED FL'MP.
'The Best Pump in tho.Woria.' .
i . .
OCB Agents report over 1100,000 worth of
propertyavod from'FIro this ear by these
pumps, being the most powerful foroo-pumps
In tho world, aa well aa Non-fralng.
Roe Dntober number, niigo 800, also the Proe
mlum Liat, page 8H8of the Am. Agrloulturlst.
This paper never deceives the farmers. He
notloelii Fobruary number. page46, Try one.
li lt don't do the work claimed, aend It back and
get yourmoney,as) we warrantuur pumpa to
to do allwnoluiin for'tbem nu our oln'iilars.
Send for olrculani or onlera to the ltrld geport
MTtr Co., No AS Chambers Ht , New Yorkt
Aa order for nine No, 1 P,umpi aedui'es an ex
otuslvW Wwi areuoyv No n-tf.
Be deceived, but for coughs, colds, sore throat,
hoarseness and bronchial dilllcultlus, use ouly
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imltatlona are on tne niarKot
but the ouly sciuntilic preparation of Carbolic
Acid for Lung diseases is when ohoinirally com
blnedwith other well known reiuedius, aa in
these Tablets, and all parties are cautioned
against using any other. -'., ' J '
In all dUses of irritation tf the mucous
membrane these Tablets should bo freely used,
their cleansing aud healing properuei are as
tonishing. , , ,. ' .'. '
Be warned, never neglect a cold, It Is easily
cured iu Ita Incipient state, when It becomes
chronic the cure is exceedingly diUlcult, use
Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a spccuic
johv o: KET.T.nort. is Piatt St.. Kcw YOrk.
Solo Agent for United States. Send for olrcular.
I'rice 96 cents a box.
HAND STAMPS" all varieties. Circulars
free. AGENTS WANTED. W. 11, IL Davis
Co., M'f'rs. Ill Nassau, N. Y. k
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.Duty OCT Teas
, Extra Inducements. for.,Ch ;-;
SEND FOR NEW CLtJB ' tMRCULAB,
Which contains full explanations of Premiums,
The Way to Obtain Our Goods. '
Persons living at a distance from Now Yerk,
can club together, and got them nt the same
?rlce as we sell them nt our Warehouse in New
ork. In order to gut up a club, let each person
wishing to join say how much Tea he wants,
and select the kind and price from our Price
List, as published in our circulars. Write the
namo, kinds and amounts plainly on a list, and
when the club Is complete send It to us by mall,
and we will put earn party's goods in separate
packages, and mark the name upon them, with
the cost, so thero need he no confusion in dlstrl.
button each party getting exactly what he or
ders, and no moro.. The funds to pav for goods
ordered can bo sent by drafts on New 'York,
Post-olllco monoy orders, or by express. Or,
we will, If desired, send the goods by Express,
to "collect .on delivery." . .
The Great American Tea Company,
31 & 33 Vesey Street, -
P. 0. Box 6613. New York City.
It I. nut, uyii.sii.H ni,ii in.iv give temporary
relief to tho Hullerer for tho Hirst few doses, but
whioli, from continued uho bringu Piles and
kiudred dLsuuses to aid in weakening the inva
lid, nor la It ailoctored liuiior. whli b. nnderthe
popular name of "Bitters' la so extensively
palmed offon the public us sovereign remedies,'
inn ii is bmuht ruWKHFUL 10NIO AND ALTERA
TIVE, pronounced so by the leading medical au
thorities of London and Parle, and has been
long uacd by tho regular phyalctnua of other
countrlet with wonderful remedial results.
Dr. ells' Mad oi; Jrtela
retains nil thomedlcal, virtues peculiar to the
piuntanii must oe taken as a wondortul cura
la there want of action in yor liver and
spleen? Unless relieved at ouce, the blood be
comes impure by deleterious seorctlons, produ
cing Boroluloiis or skin diseases, .Blotches, Fel
ons, Pustules, Clinker, Pimples. Ac, do.
Tl'ake Jurubebav to cleanse, purify and re
atore the vitiatad blood to healthy actum
Have you a Dyspeptlo Stomach? ' Unless
digestion la promptly soiled tbesvstein Isdebil.
Hated with loss of vital force, poverty of the
Blood, Dropsical Tendency, Genoral Weakness
Take it to assist dlgeatlcn with reaction, It
will Impart youthful vigor to the wenry sufferer.
Have you a weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Ctironio Dlarrhma or the
urcaoiui inuunimntinn 01 the Bowels. 1
Tuke It to allay Irritation and ward off ten
denny to inflammations
Have you a weakness of the Uterine or
urinary urarunsr You mast procure instant
relief or you are liable to suffering worse than
Take It to strchgehen organlo woakuess or
niu iiecomes a Diii iien.
Flnallv It should he frequently taken to keop
the system In perfect health or you are other
wise in great malarial, nilaamutloorcontagioua
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New York
Bole Agent lor the United Htates.
Prlootl per Bottle. Bond for Circular.
F, J, Oakes... J. T. Fisnia.
Corner Sixth and Walnut Streets,
OIIVOIIW3VA.TI, - - OHIO.
J011N B. CONHKLtiY,!
This House has been ontlrely
Eofittad, . Refurnished, Remodeled 1
And is In all rospocts'a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
ALL THE LUXURIES OF THE SEASON.
Tablo surpassed by none in the West. Ample
and pleasant accommodations fur travelers.
Give us a call. '
, OAKES4 CO.rroprlotort, .
The advertiser, having been permanently
cured of tlnUdvead disease, Consumption, hy a
simple remedy, Is anxious to make known to
his fellow aiiflerera the means of dure, -To all
who deslro It, ho will send a oopy of tho pre
scription used, (free of charge), wltluhs, direc
tions for in eunrlnsr and usina the same which
they will 11 ud a sure C0KI roa CONSUMPTION
Asthma, IlKONOiiiTiH o. Parties wishing the
prescription win p lease address , 1
Bov. EDWARD A. WILSON,
1U0 Penn St Wllllamahurgh, .
"MOTICK Ishoroby given that theunders,lghed
Iv has been aniHdiited and auallUml as Ail.
nilnlstrntrlx on tlio cotnto of ' Janiea II. Mundy,
litopf Wiujliluglon Cnunty, Iowa, doceased.
r-AttAU A. OXUnJJI. AUUI'X,
October 10, isns. w
[From the Ohio Democrat.]
tlDrrous' ; Democrat The fol
lowing' letter sent to Mr. Gree
ley, was by him handed to Gen.
John Cochrane, Chairman of the
New; York State Liberal Com
mittee, for answ.er, and I submit
his replyj together with a synop
sis of principles laid down by
Mr." Jefferson, which-have been
the. landmarks of the Democracy
lor U-odd years. . I think .every
Democrat can: conscientiously
support Mr. . Greeley on the
Jeffersonian basis. r .; ' ,
Jeffersonian Democracy. C. H. MITCHENER,
New Philadelphia, O., Sept., 1872.
New Phila., O., Aug. 23.
Hon. Horace Greeley, Neto York:
Dear Sir It is apparent that
a considerable number' of Demo
crats in each State will be in
duced to support the nominees
. the Louisville Convention, un-j
Je"s,S;more definitely apprised
that your administration, in case
of your election, will be modeled
and worked upon the principles
of Thomas Jefferson. In good
faith, -therefore, I ask you to
state, whether or not, Democrats
may declare that you will, if
elected, administer this Govern
ment (in the discharge of your
Presidential duties,) in accord
ance with the principles of
Thomas' Jefferson, and .carried
out him as President.
C. H. MITCHENER.
HEADQUARTERS NEW YORK LIBERAL REPUBLICAN
STATE COMMITTEE ROOM 14. ASTOR
HOUSE, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 3, 1872.
C. IL Mitchencr, Esq.,' New Philadelphia:
Sir Yours is ' received.
Certain you may be assured by
Mr. Greeley and myself, that
Democrats can truly' declare
that Mr. Greeley, if elected, will
administer the Government in
accordance with the principles
ol Thomas Jefferson. i
Yours truly, :
PRINCIPLES ENUNCIATED BY THOMAS
JEFFERSON, IN HIS INAUGURAL
ADDRESS, MARCH 4, 1801.
Equal and exact justice to all
men. , . '
. Peace, commerce and honest
friendship with all nations.
Entangling alliances with
none.!- , , ; ' , ,
The support of the. State Gov
ernments in all their rights. '
The preservation of the gen
eral ! government in its whole
constitutional vigor. '.
.' A zealous care of the .rights
of; election by the majority ;
)' Absolute acquiescence in the
decisions of the majority. ,'
i i'The supremacy of the civil
over the military authority. ;
Economy in the ;public ex
pense. The honest payment of our
debts and sacred preservation of
tne public iaitn.
" '' Encouragement of a'griculture
and of commerce as its hand
The t diffusion of information
and arraignment of all abuses
at the bar of public reason. :
: Freedom of religion freedom
of the press, and freedom of the
person, under the protection of
the habeas corpus, and trial by
juries impartially selected. .
These, "principles iorm ithe
bright 6onsteiration!", which has
gone before us, and guided, our
steps through, an; ago- (f revolu
tion and reformation. The wis
dom of all our; sages, and, blood
of all our heroes, have been de
voted to their attainment, they
should be the creed , of our po
litical faith; the text of civic
instruction the touchstone by
which to try tho '-services of
those we trust ; and should we
wander from them in moments
of error or of alarm, let ua has
ten to retract our steps, and ; re
gain the road which .alone leads
to peace, liberty and safety,. . . .
To triumph Qvet ,!our pas
sions, "is of all ' conquests the
most glorious.1 ; .' ' ' '
How the Grantites Carried Pennsylvania.
Men Prevented from Voting by Radical
Judges Because Other Men had Voted on
A Philadelphia correspondent
of the New York Tribune of Gc-
a . ' ii i t
t.nhpr Ut.h. civfiB t.hfl to owmrr
' D D
account of tho State election
held in that city on Tuesday,
the 8th inst, which every voter
in Vinton County should read
then he can see- that the Grant
Party propose to rulo and ruin
The city returns began to ar
rive at the Liberal Head-quarters
at about eight o clock'. As soon
as two or three wards had been
reported it became perfectly evi
dent that the Ilartranlt election
managers were manufacturing
majorities in the most outrageous
manner. Men who had been at
the polls all day, and who had
consolidated the carefully-kept
tally lists kept at the precinct's
in their wards, and who had
come in an hour before with as
surance of heavy gains for
Buckalew, were astounded to
find the officials reporting im
mense Hartranft majorities. All
confidence that these officials
would limit their frauds so as to
bring them within bounds that
would not be scandalous, and
evidently criminal, vanished at
once. It became plain that they
meant, to take no risks on the
State, and would put the city
vote large enough to overcome
any possible adverse vote in the
country. "We are sold out,"
was the disheartening remark
that passed from mouth to mouth.
By half-past eight a few scatter
ing returns came in from inte
rior towns. They all looked
badly for Buckalew. Republican
gams were reported where the
Liberals had entire confidence
of gaining largely. The gains
reported in Pittsburg and Alle
gheny, and in the country dis
tncts, were too small to afford
any promise of relief.
Well authenticated reports of
irauds continue to come in. A
number of respectable gentle
men, well-known in their pre
cincts, bring information to the
Liberal Head-quarters that they
and others were ' prevented from
voting by the Judges on the
ground that their names had al
ready been voted on. They
were all Republicans, but had
declared their intention to vote
for Buckalew. In the two wards
where the negroes chiefly live,
the policemen stood at the polls,
put a ballot in every negro's
hand when he came up, and
made sure that he voted it. The
frauds which have been most
effective, however, have been
perpetrated in the count, which
has been entirely in the hands
of the corrupt city authorities.
These men had everything at
stake on the result. They un
derstood very well that an hon
est btate administration would
bring their crimes to light, and
they were determined to win at
At the Democratic Head-quar
ters at . the Merchants' Hotel t
large crowd assembled early in
the evening. The Hon. Samuel
J. Randall, Chairman State
Committee, said he would an
nounce the returns from the bal
cony- so soon as received. Nu
merous prominent ' Democratic
politicians were present discuss
ing Hartranft's majority in "the
city, variously estimated at from
fifteen to twenty thousand. As
the returns began to come in
from the city they had a most
depressing effect upon the crowd,
and before nine o'clock it was
conceded that Buckalew and tho
remainder of the State ticket
had been beaten by tho outrage
ously ; lraudulent count in the
city, i .
W.,Prescott Smith, Master
of Transportation , on the Balti
more & Ohio Railroad, died on
Tuesday. October 1st, at Balti-
.. . ,, . . , .
What Greeley Never Did.
: IT IS QUITE TRUE, "
As the Grantites tell us, that
Grant has dono .several ' things .
that Greeley never did, and
never could have done . These
shortcomings and inabilities ex
tend quite beyond the sphere of
battles and sieges to which tthe
Grantites' wish, to restrict them.
Greeley never won a1 battle, nor
concluded a siege, nor crushed
the egg-shell of a Confederacy
(after the meat had been sucked,
out by other lips,) ; nor received
stocks, bonds and. houses, nor
plucked the Government geese
to feather the nests of hia rela
tives, nor . interpreted the Conv
stitution on a 1 drum-head,: nor v
made laws odious by enforcirrg-
them odiously. :. :.:
GREELET NEVER FOUGHT
It out all Summer.,(by the flank)
on one line, nor starved thirty
thousand men to keep: the enemy
trom being reinforced, nor jet us
have peace in Yorkville jail
and the Albany: penitentiary.
Greeley never was in the army
at all, and consequently, could
not have had to resign on ac
count of an unfortunate, confu
feion of ideas in , regard to a
mess-table souptureen. We are
quite sure that j , , .
1 GREELEY DID NOT CAPTURE
Vicksburg, anl consequently he
could not "have celebrated the
victory by descending, the stairs
of the St. Charles at New Or
leans head-foremost, and doing
koloto with his forehead upon
each individual step. Greeley
is confessedly a bumptious fel
low, but he never decorated his
sinciput with bumps like that
For all his lightheadedness,'
Greeley was never even changed
with needing to steady his errant
and sinuous footsteps by a lamp
post in his
EVENING MEANDERLNOS. '
Greeley has traveled a good
deal, but was never dumped into
a baggage-car like shot rubbish,
lie has taken part in a good deal
of high old junketing, and been
conspicuous at a good many
banquets ; but has always kept
his legs under the mahogany,
and never allowed it to stand
above his neck and shoulders.
It has been
THE REGRET OF MR. GREELEY'S LIFE
Never toN have gone fishing;
when he does get time to go, we
do not think he will go off after
trout to Pennsylvania, while his
confederates and relatives lay
their nets in.Wall Street for a
gold-fish haul. Mr. Greeley
OWNED A BLOODED TROTTER
Nor a thorough-bred ' bull-pup :
he has never ridden behind Dex
ter, nor patronized the late
Christopher Burns; but, in com
pensation for these deficient ex
periences, it is- possible that te
may think a Republic is better
led than driven, and may make
Bome distinctions between the
political arena and a dog-pit.-
The Iron Mountain, in Mis
souri is a great natural curiosity.
It is located in . St Francois
county, and about 80 miles from
St Louis. It rises above the
surrounding' country 230 feet,
and covers an area of,some 500
acres. It is estimausd to con
tain 1,665,280,000 cubio feet, or
230,187,375,tons of iron ore.
Thousands of people do not
know that by setting a glass
fruit jar on a folded towel, thor
oughly soaked in cold water, the
fruit can be poured in boiling
hot, With no more danger , of '
breaking than with a tin' can.
Cut this out and, paste it in your ,
There is a man in Columbus !
so fond of money that it is said
after paying a man a bill, he .
walks down home with him bo .
as to be near the money as long
as possible. ." ' ' ! ,...,
, Sixty-four of the Grant pa-
pers of 18G8 how support Gree
loy, and among theso the ablest
journals in the Union. . : ' 1 ;