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THE McAETPIIJE ENQUIEEE, WEDDSTEsIdA.Y' APBIL SO, 1878.
" 1 'M'
J, W. BOWEJf, Kdltor unil Publisher
MoAUTHUIt, OHIO - APRIL 3U, 1STA
The Increase Salary Steal—Who is
The man most to Uame in
the Increase Salary Steal, is
President Grant. lie approv
ed and made the salary bill a
law. Ho was the immediate
representative of the whole
people, and to him -they looked
lor the special guardianship of
the United States Treasury.
xlis supposed efficiency and in
tegrity in this direction was
the main argument of Lis sup
porters before the people last
fall during the campaign, and
did more than any thing else to
secure his re-election. His ac
tion upon the salary bill
ends all those expectations.
One word of remonstrance from
him would have prevented the
passage of . the bill, and after
its passage, his veto or even
the refusal of his signature
would have killed it. But in
stead of preventing the. iniquity
he declined to retire until after
2 o'clock on tho night ol its
passage, at which late hour
Congress passed . the bill; the
last legal hours of that body.
He was anxicus to consummate
it so as to make sure of a hund
red thousand dollars additional
into his own pocket, and
despoiling the people of almost
two millions of dollars more.
Instead of closing the door of
the Treasury, he opened it.
As this Increase Salary Steal is
receiving considerable atten
tion, we propose putting it in
its true shape, so that those
who voted for Grant and Rad
ical Congressmen last fall can
look upon it:
1 The Republicans were large
ly in the majority when the hill
2 Being in a majority, the Re
publican party could have prevented
3 Grant was elected by the
4 Grant, the Republican Presi
dent, could have vetoed the bill af
ter its passage by a Republican
Congress, but, to fill his own purse,
failed to do it.
5 A Republican Comjress and
a Republican, President, having it
in their sole power, made the law
as it stands to day on the statute
6 Hie Republican party is there
ore responsible. It can neither
shift, nor evade the responsibility.
The Globe, gives the history of the
debates and proceedings of Con
cress, has ofllcily recorded it-
There stands "the scarletlct
ters" of guilt and. shame making
authentic proclamation to the world
of the paternity of the legitimate
Chief Justice Chase called
on Governor Walker, in Rich
mond, the other day, and had
a talk about politics. The Gov.
thought the tariff and free trade
would be the main questions in
the West, and that tho support
ers of the latter were daily be
coming stronger in that direc
tion. The Chief Justice dissen
ted, and believed the salaiy
question would be the strongest
issue that could be made by the
Democrats iu the next cam
paign. He thought if that
party had the firmness 'to dis
card and throw overboard all
aspirants who favored the in
crease of Congressional salary,
and to nominate new men
pledged to abolish that increase,
(hey would carry tho next Con
The Cincinnati Enquirer Cleve
land Plain Dealer favor tho nomina
tion of Senator J. 0. Amos for Lieu
tenant Governor on tho Democratic
and Liberal ticket. Wushinyton
That would be a very good
nomination. We are in favor
of the nomination of Hon.
TiiomAs Ewinq for Governor.
President Grant ' is west. Ho
won in Denver, Colorado, a few
days ngo. Jackson Standard.
Certainly. How grand Hint ex
tra 1100,000 salary makes hi in feci.
The Indians murdering Innocent
white men, whilo (Jiiakt is on a
plcnNiire spree. What a noble
Trout weighing 155 pounds
are a feature of Savannah meat
Irishmen of Vinton County, Read!
The following is copied from
the Ashland Times, of April
10th, 1873, the Radical oran
of Ashland, Ohio:
"The Steamship City of Bristol
has sailed from Liverpool, with one
hundred farmers aboard who in
tend settling on the line of the
Pacific railroad. This is the kind
of emigration to bo encouraged;
enough of bclligenint, ignorant,
Irish give us intelligent, working
What do the sons of Ireland
in Vinton county think of that?
That is the way all the Radi
cals speak that is the way
they feel. Now, let us ask
where were the "belligerent
Irish" during the wars against
Great Britian? General Wash
ington once said, "no better
soldiers are found in the field
than the sons of Erin." An em
inent English Lord said in Par
liament, in answer to a demand
for the drafting into the English
service of Irishmen for the war
against the American Colonists,
"It is folly to attempt to send
the Irish, out to fight against
the Colonists, for they would
fight for, not against them."
"Ignorant Irish,' forsooth, it is
these same Englishmen that
have ground them down under
the heel of oppression to such
an appalling extent that they
cannot rise to any measure of
greatness ill their own land,
and we thank God that Ameri
ca can offer to them a home, of
freedom; and these same men
whom the Ashland Times and
other Radical papers call
"ignorant and belligerent Irish"
have done very much to improve
and advance the interests of
America, These same "bellig
erents" did a noble part in the
late rebellion, and have shown
themselves what England nev
er did, the friends of America.
Thrice more welcome the sons
of Erin fhan the Englishmen
who Bought to bind upon us
the same bonds of oppression
they have fastened upou Ireland.
It is not Yet ascertained
which of the two political par
ties have a majority in the Con
stitutional Convention, but we
think the Democrats and Lib
erals will have a majority of
one or two over the Radicals.
Had the Democrats and Liber
als of Vinton, Ross and Picka
way counties been successful
the jreneral result of the elec
tion of members of the Conven
tion would have been far differ
ent. The . Constitutional Conven
tion meets on the second Tues
day in May, and the Constitu
tion will be submitted to the
people for ratification on tho
second Tuesday in October
next. This is the third Con
vention which has been called
in Ohio. The first met in 1801
and adopted tho Constitution
under which Ohio was admitted
into the Union in 1802. That
Constitution lasted for half a
century, or until 1851; when a
provision was incorporated,
"That every 20 years tho ques
tion shall be submitted by the
Legislature to tho people
whether they will have a con
vention or not to revise the
Constitution.". In neither of
the Constitutions, 1801 or
1851, was the veto power given
to tho Governor; Ohio being
an exception to all tho States
in this particular.
Si-EAKiNO of the recent pro
motion of Lieut. Fred. Grant,
tho Army and Navy Journal
says: "There is little profit in
criticising injustice for which
there is no remedy, but it is
not well to disguise tho fact that
great dissatisfaction has been
created by tho appointment of
a young second-lieutenant ol in
fantry, just from tho Military
Academy, to the position of
aid-de-camn on tho staff of the
lieutenant-general, in placo of
officers whose services and cx
pericnoe so mush better enti
tle them to such a posi-
EXPENDITURES OF THE
WHITE HOUSE UNDER
$25,500 for Lincoln and $69,160
During the Presidential Cam
paign last fall, the Democrats
and Liberal Republicans com
plained very bitterly about the
enormous sums of money which
were stolen by Government offi
cials, but every Radical stump
speaker and paper endorsed the
acts of the officials, declaring
that the stealings didn't amount
to much. Among the papers
who endorsed Grant and his of
ficial thieves was the Cincinnati
Daily Times and Chronicle, an
afficial organ of this Administra
tion. .Now, this same paper
has changed its tune. In its
daily issue of April 25th, 1873,
we find the following, which
fully and satisfactorily explains
itself, and which we hope every
Radical in Vinton county, who
voted for Grant may carefully
read and preserve for future
It is our purpose to deal plainly
with the representatives of the peo
ple iu regard to all matters in which
they have abused their trust, hit
where were we may, There must
bo Republican reform or Republi
can defeat. The men who have
been honored by the Republican
party with seats in Congres must
give a strict account of their stew
artship. In' this spirit we cite the
following comparison made by nn
opposition member of Congress too
bitterly partisan t'p be implicitly
relied on, as experience hai "proved
of the White House expenditures
under Presidents Lincoln and
For Heereti;ry to
sign patents..'. l,500i
For private sec
nrt, iiiul lnes-
lUu ;'....' 2,001,
For two nights
For two door
For Grant, 1873.
to Sign pflt
onts..". ..!.... $1,500
ger and two
"x'cn'i'c e'e'k 13,000
For fuel 1,400
For ouo wntcn
ninn and two
tor repairs or
limine and for
uIi'm; of plu'ls,
nml all con
For two iloor
oiie fisher..; 3,iX0
For ono fur?
uftco koaiior., 130
For fuel....... 8,000
and for furni
smiiiiitT iv I
denco lit llic
ture, and re
pairs, &b., nf
Total lor Grant fti9,iii0
101 I 01 A.II1C01U f.i,UUO
If this statement is anywhere
near qccurate, here la a case of ex
travagance which, however sinall it
may seem, is plainly inexcusable.
We do not believe that President
Grant personally asked for these
largely increased appropriations.
Congress is responsible for making
them ,at all events. Mr, Garfield,
as Chairman of the House Com
mittee on appropriations, ought to
know why lie reported bucIi an in
crease for White House expenses'
at a time when the gold value of
greenbacks is vastly greater than
in 18G4. President Lincoln got
along quite decently with what was
allowed him. There is no good
reason known to us why President
Grant should require more than
he. The probability is that a large
amount of the exeess disappeared
as stealings, somewhere, before it
or its value reached the President's
mansion, The accusations implied
in the ubove statement ought to be
fairly met, and the responsibility
for whatever is wrong in the case
should be placed where it belongs,
You cannot say the above is
a lie. We have copied it word
for word, aud figure for figure
from the Times and Chronicle of
the date above named.
We desire to know whether
you intend to vote this fall for
any Grant Republican for any
olfice? This is the 'proper time
for you to take this matter in
Daniel Cram has sold his farm,
Bituatodin the north eastern part of
Elk township, to some parties living
in Straitsyille, Perry county.
If tiny of our subscribers do not
get their papers regularly they
should make known tho fact at our
J. F. Toweix, Portsmouth, Ohio,
oilers to merchants a superior
stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on the most favorable terms. 8-ly.
New coal discoveries have
been made in Lawrence Co., O.
Two hand engines at Chilli
cotho, Ohio, threw streams of
water 165 feet high.
The Ironton, Ohio, Court
House yard has been converted
into a cow pasture.
Majoji Simeon Crossley,
Treasurer of Lawrence county,
Ohio, died the other day.
A New commission is to be
appointed to re-classify the
Hauden. This beautiful little
village, loentcd on tho Marietta &
Cincinnati Railroad, where the
Portsmouth Branch Railway inter
sects that road, seven miles from
McArthur, thirty miles east from
Chilicothe, and fifty-six miles from
Portsmouth. It is very rapidly put
ting on the gay hnm of busy life.
Several new buildings have been
erected there during the past few
months and a large number more
will bo erected during tho coming
summer and fall. There has been
for somo time a serious want of
dwelling houses in the village, and
the consequence of this was quite
unfavorable to its growth! Mr.
John P. Olmer, the proprietor of
tho Eating House at the Railroad
Depot, who has resided there about
two years, who is a live business
man and desires to see the village
improved, purchased several acres
of land on the east side of tho vil
lage, which he has laid out in lots,
and is offering for sale on the
most reasonable terms terms that
no one can object to. Mit. L. 8.
Payne has also had a number of
lots survej'cd and thrown into mar
ket. " Old Foggyism" is dead, and
the village begins a new and bright
life. Improvement is the order of
the day, The village is surrounded
by extensive fields of mineral
wealth, and is very beautifully lo
cated, affording sufficient space for
a good sized town. All those who
go to the place in future will find
that building lots are plenty and
can be bought at reasonable figures
We think it would be a profitable
investment for men of means to
erect for sale or for rent a large
number of comfortable and commo
dious tenement houses at the earli
est possible moment.
"How Long Have You Been
If you do not know please say
whether you intend to lay in a
stock of necessary articles for do
mcstic furnishment. Certainly you
do, We would say thou that you
had best go to the Dry Goods House
of J. A. Felton, in this town. He
has been in the city for four or
flyc days looking for the choicest
assortment of goods, especially for
this season, which will comprise of
the finest paterns. The ladies must
remember that from the intimate
connections this hquso enjqyg with
the " Queen City" market, goods are
purchased of the very latest styles;
and from the fact that such pur
chases are always conducted on a
large scale by tho house, and for
cash, it is not to bo wondered at,
thpt being procured at reductions
they can be sold relatively low. We
suggest q visit to and the inspec
tion of the new styles at elton'8,
NEBRASKA'S SNOW STORM.
Lincoln, Nebraska, April 21
A special train on the B
and M. railroad came in this
morning, the first time for
week. The reports of the late
storm show it to have been the
severest ever known here
Men were frozen to death with
in two rods of the house, while
trying to get to the stock to
feed them. Near Grafton, a
man named Keeler attempted
to reach a neighbor, scarcely
half a mile away, accompanied
by his wife and child, and the
two latter were frozen to death.
Mr. Marshal, near Hastings,
perished while trying to reach
the stock from his house. The
wife and child of Mr. Brent,
near Red Cloud, froze while at
tempting to reach a neighbor's
after the house was rendered
uninhabitable. Their bodies
were found on Friday, ten rods
away Iroin the house. Fami
lies were compelled to take
refuge in cellars or keep their
beds for three days. Houses
were blown down and filled
with snow. Tho destruction of
cattle and horses was great
Some lost all they had. One
party lost a whole herd ofseven-
ty-fivo head. The gullies on
the railways were filled with
as ice, snow
plows were useless.
The Modoc War.
The telegraph has given
from time to time, long accounts
the progress, of the Modoc war.
It is an expensive little game of
hide and seek that these Indi
ans are playing with the United
States troops. There are onlv
sixty warriors in the hand, and
beiore tney are caught and kill
ed if they ever are each man
of them will have cost tho Unit
ed States not less than one
hundred thousand dollars. The
dirty scalps that hang at the
girdles of their Warm Spring
toes, Iherclore are bought with
a heavy money payment, to say
nothing of that costliest sacri
fice of all, the lives of the gal-
Commissioner Thomas. There
is, undoubtedly an almost uni
versal feeling of disappointment
thatthese Indians have been al
lowed to escape from the troops
surrounding them, and that, in
the reports from the lava beds,
nobody appears to know where
they are, how they eluded their
enemies, nor what the future
operations of the army are to
be. The Modocs occupy the
position of the proverbial needle
in the hay-stack, and tho United
States military that of the old
woman with her spectacles on
searching for it. In the mean
time tie danger from the at
tacks of other Indian tribes is
daily increasing. Settlers are
moving into the towns, and a
general feeling of insecurity
prevails. Columbus Dispatch.
The Constitutional Conven
tion will meet in Columbus on
the 13th ofMay. Hope some
body will tell the "Litenen Kal
culator" about it.
Hon. Josiaii Pillars, of Al
len county, is mentioned for
Attorney General, before the
Uemocratic btate convention.
An Atlantic survivor has ar
rived in Pomeroy, Ohio.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notico is hereby given tlwt John Calvin, as
guardian of Esther Killlo, has (Hod hia account
with saiil Ward, for Until settlement, and that
the hearing thereof is get tor tho 84th day ot
May, 1813, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
, April 30 'T3.-4t II. B. MAYO.
4AMES. WOKKSfATft Proprietor.
This House, slnco chnnglng proprietors, has
been thoroughly renovated from "top to bot
tom." The present proprietor offers to trav
elers the best accommodation in clean and
uent style, at low prices. Come and try it
Good stabling, and horses will be well cared
for. C. W. IUhnktt'8 "Bus line" starts from
this House daily, at 13 o'clock noon, for. the
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The undersigned having sold his farm, Bitua
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Thursday, the M of May, 1873,
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Seven Head of Horses,
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