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M'AKTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OllO: THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1808.
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Among other tactics of the
Radicals, they ure as usual
circulating every maimer of
FALSE RETOKTS against
the candidates on our county
ticket. Democrats, you can
not be deceived as to their
SELF-I5ITEUEST motives in the
DIRTY WORK. We wish
to put you on your guard to
BELIEVE NOT A WORD
OF THEIR MALICIOUS
SLANDER, LE T IT COME
FROM WHAT SOURCE IT
MAY, A Convention of the
Democracy of -the county
with all of the twelve' town
ships fully represented by
their chosen delegates, select
ed these men a'A'" candidates
for the various offices, thereby
pronouncing them proper and
. Ct persons to discharge' the
duties of the several oflices.
When you are approached by
the lying, deceitful drub Tax
croakers, hi addition to "de
nying their false and slander
us accusations,' stop " their
mouths by further by inform
ing them that each officer is
required to give bond in a
sum move than doubly (stifii-
cicnt to indemnify the public
collectively and- individually
(particularly the two "carpet
banfers" who run the ncgro-
miffragc sheet opposite the ho
tsl etabw i uu -Uictatft o
give orders as to the man
tier in which 'the oldest am
most respectable citizens who
arc on the ticket should do)
.for any error he could or may
commit at? such officer. The
law is imperative upon the
subject. Don't allow your
councils to be distracted
in the least by the fabrications
of the designing1, Close up
close up! all along the line and
present an unbroken front to
the enemy. All pull togeth
cr for the ticket, the whol
ticket ! Don't scrach a name
Keep a sharp look out for the
base counterfeit tickets that
the Rads shall have in every
township! See that the name
of oar candidate for Auditor
Is printed correctly on your
ticket; as lollows: ... ,
And not printed,
WILLIAM J. RANNELLS.
Two weeks ago we published the call ol
the Committee for nut twelve Democratic
meetings in different parts of the county
the greater number of. whioh hate been
held. The aoeoeat g We by the speakers
Who attended those " several vrgenUlng
meetings Ii moit encouraging. The turn
at unusually large, and the fijo'lng among
the people enthusiast's d earnest In the
great work to be accomplished !a the over
throw of the Radical despot and oppreaa
lit tyrants this fall. This is as it should
be, Every thing vorth oentending for by
people jeatous of their rights and liber
lies are at stale in Ibis campaign. Con
tinue the good Work keep the ball mov-
ing la the name of the Constitution ef
the Fathers and the saered rights ef the
people thereunder. Those tewnshlps.whioh
hare not completed their organisation!
should do so immediately.
Death of Thad. Stevens.
. Hon. Tliaddeus Elevens, of Pennsylva
nia, died In Washington City, at 12 o'clock
on Tuesday night of last week. Rs had
long been in infirm health, and bis death
at any time, would not have surprised hip
friends or the country.-' On Thursday hie
remains were escorted to the Capitol by a
company of nigger Zouaves. There they
remained lo state in the rotunda, until
Friday, when Ihoy were taken to Lancas
ler, l'a., for interment. . . ,
' "Kuoy Notuinu." SkilerT Col
fax, the Hoiullioldors'i candidate for
tlto Vice Fresidoncy. was a Know
Nothing during tlW; existence of
Hint secret order, and took the oath
at South Bond, Indiana. No for
eigner should otefor him or any
other Kuotf Noihing on their ticket.
Colfax's Know Nothing Oath
llave the Radicals forgotten (he oaths
taken by tbeir Know Nothing candidal
foa.Vioe FreiidentT His Know Nothing
oaths Vera to not vote or give hie InBu
enc to auy man "unless he be an Ameri
can born eititen, ta favnr of Atnerioans
ruling ' America, nr if he bo a ROMAN
CATHOLIC." m !
Also, "when elected or appelated to any
offloial station conferral on yoa power
o to do, remove all FOREIGNERS. At-
IPNT. or ROMAN t'ATHULUJO raon or-
riea ok flaii, anb that ioii will is no
CASE ArtOIST SVCB TO AUT 01' ICS OJt FLACK
is Tout oirt.' '
That's the Know Nothing proscription
reoord of Colfax. . j
Had Wilraa, the Radical eandiJate Cm
Congrera la this District, a hand in pro
scribing foreigners? .
Of course he had. Go and vote against
him. ' .
Ol'ENlNG OF THK CAMPAIGN. The
State Central Committee hive 'an
nounwd a number of meetings in
several counties of the State, which
will bo addrossed by Hon. G. II.
Pendleton, Col. Oy W, McCook, and
others. The people of Athene
county will be addresRcd at Athens
by Col. MeCook and others, on
Friday, A Hfnnt 28tli, nd the peo
ple ol Hoiking county, at Logan
by Col. McCook and otlivis, on Sat
urday, AugiiBt 29th. Tlio Democ
racy are alive vcry where. Large
meetings are being lield ip all the
citres thwugliout the State. Thou
Hands of people attend the meetings
all anxions to help drive out ol
power the entire horde of vainpyres
and ghouls that aro 'preying upon
labor and the interest of labor, and
to eo if something can't be dono to
restore tho farmer, Hie coal and ore
digger, the laborer, the mechanic,
and all tho wn-kmrnren , to tho
position, which he is -entitled to
occupy in society. At Columbus
tho general headquarters, tho Dcm
ocracy nro working nobly in the
good cause being well organ
in every ward in the city. Meet
ings are auuounccd forench ward
to bo addressed by J ndge Thurman
Hon. Jacob Rcinhard, E. B. Eshcl
man, Ed. T. DoLany, tbo Demo
eraLic- cttndidate ,. .for rrosccutiDg
Attorney, and many others. Th
jieoplo of Ohio begin to see that
the defeat of the rads this full will
result in fewer taxes and cheaper
bread. "Keep the ball rolling!
Let's have a change!
More About the Thousand Dollars.
We have more than once asked
whether or not the National-Bank
ing Wilson, the candidate for Con
gress in this district, had sent
thousand dollars to certain leader
of tho Bondholding party in Vinton
county to bo use'd in ouying votes
etc., Tho little Filtkg Record, for
tho past two weeks, has filled from
five, to soven tsolumns with hard
nuincs ana Dua words "01 every
description" about this papor and
its editor, but don't deny tho Bond
ing of money y Wilson to Vinton
county. Rome rattle-headed lover
of the Eighty Thousand Dollar
Bondholding Wilson or one of the
Radical Central Committee,' writes
from this place to the Zaleski pape
as follows about tho thousand dol
lars:; . , ' ' '
"The radinals do not eurchase votea
If they did, we think the thousand dollars
would purchase twenty snch men as the
editor of the Democratic Enquirer. Mr.
Ilowen, If Wilson sends s any more
money we will be around and have von
wieghed, and takcyoa at whit you are
WOrth." ., , . - .; ; . , f
"The Radicals do tiot purchase
votes." Let ns oo whether they
do or not. Last fall they purchased
a numbor of yotes, hired some to
stay away from tho polls, and at
tempted to purchaso tuauy more
votes. ,:' 1 -; :
"A thousand dollars would pur
chase twenty snch men as the editor
of., the Democratic Enquirer "
"Twenty I'' Well, that would be
fifty , dollars oach. Is ' that the
amount you aristocratic bondhold
ors paid for votes last fall f V00
say "the rads don't purchase voteB,"
and in the next breath say thou-
sand dollars will purchase twenty
such men as the editor of the
Democratic '. Enquirer", "and then
close by saying 4 'if WiIS0H8ends an"
more mdney you will be around,"
What' more proof do honest men
want than for a RuA to publicly
state, as above, that " thousand
dollars will purchase twenty votes"
and that "if Wilson sends any more
money ho will be around." It can
then be taken , as true that "Wilson
has sent a thousand dollars to Vin
ton county. , , .' ,
Rads, have you heard from Ken;
tuckjv yeteh ? - "Old Kaintuck"
is somid to the'xore.V ' ' ' , :
You cna go
You cna go and vote as
You cna go and vote as you please.
DEMOCRATS! Just read
this nice law:
Supplementary an act entitled an act to
Supplementary an act entitled an act to Preserve the purity of elections, passed
March 20,1841, and to repeal the act entitled
an act to preserve the purity of elections.
passed April 4, 1861. (O. L. vol. 85, page 85)
passed April 4, 1861. (O. L. vol. 85, page 85) SECTION 1, Be it enactcd by the General
Aeeembly iff the State ef Okie, That it shall
he unlawful for any person within this
tate. at T elect ion held in pursuance
f lnw, to lb llrlnt el any ejector
with tho intentiwi ef aceTtinin( liow
he Toted, or to mark t ie ttckH of any
eleotor and head Vhe same to him to rote
at any election for the purpose aforesaid.
Sk 2. Thai ai Daitota votea at any
eleelioa held in pursuance of law shall
be written on ti'ain white paper, or print
ed with black ink oa plain white news
printing , paper, withoatany dertce or
mark of any description lo distinguish one
ticket from anilher, er 'by which one
ticket may be known from another by its
appearance, eioept he words at the head
at the ticket; and that it shall be unlaw
ful lor an person to print for utslriDution
at the polls or distribute to any elector,
or vote any ballot printed or written con
trary to the provisions ol this act ; pro
uled, that nothing Herein contained snail
he constructed to prohibit tne erasure,
oorreotion or intertion of any name by
pencil mark or olborwise upon the faee ot
the printed fiat lot
8ko 8. That any person or persons
offending against the provisions of thin
act, shall be deemed imlly or a misde
meanor, and on conviction thereof before
the -oourt of common pleas of the prope
oounty . eh til be fined In an inn not ex
ceeding fifty dollars nor less than ten, aud
imprisoned in the county Jail net exceed'
inn ten days, and also be liable to a civil
aolion by any eleotor for a penalty of one
hundred dollais for each and every sepa
rate uffunse, before any Juatioo of lbs
peace in any township where process can
bo served ttpoa. Iiiiui sad e compensation
khall be recovered at law for the printing
and distribution of any ballots ooutrary
lo the provisions of this act.
Sto. 4. That the act to preserve the
purity of treothms, passed April 4, I Hill
he and tho same is hereby repealed, anil
his sot shall take effect and be in force
from and after ibs passage.
JOHN F. FOLLETT.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Speaker of the House of Representatives. T. J. GODFREY,
Speaker of the House of Representatives. T. J. GODFREY, President pro tem, of the Senate
Passed May 5, 1868
It was passed by the Ohio
Lcirislatiire last winter for
your especial benefit. Now;
don't you see that your boss
or GcorgarFry (who wants to
be county boss,) or the man
who owns the farm you live
on, or the man who owns the
house you live in, or you
superintendent or overseer, or
anybody else, no difference
where he may live or what lie
may do, can tell how you vote,
if you don't Want them to
AH the Democratic and Re
publican tickets will be print
ed on white paper, as the law
above directs. No person has
a right to drive you to the
election. Go and vote as you
pleease vote against every
man on the distressing taxa
tion ticket! .:.
Vote for a change I Vote
for better times 1 Vote for
lower taxes and cheaper cloth,
bread, and meat!
Selling out to the Bondholders.
The Funding Dill, which provides thai
the bondholders may convert their fivt
twenties, now payable in legal lenders,
into bonds payable in geld and bearing
4 per cent. Interest, passed Congress
just before the adjournment. This is to
defeat the Democralio. polioy of paying
then In greenbacks, and putting into the
hands of bondholders, when the bonds
mature, about $300,900,000 in gold more
than we would otherwise have to pay.
Tax-payers, this is the way the Radicals
are heaping burdens npon you and yonr
posterity, If yon like the policy vow for
their candidates If yoa don't, help the
Democrats to harl them from power.
"What have you done with our
That it the people's question to the
Radical party and government. Why are
the expenses of the Army and Navy for
(he year. 1807,'. $203,523,085, or more
money than was required to oarry on the
Mexican wart Why does tt tost la exact
figures, $44 113,151 mors lo support the
army and navy in thtyear of peace 1867
than it did In the year of peace 1866 7
Keep asking the Radicals these questions
they wtuii b answers! la iwt way I '
money?" THE LOOKING-GLASS.
Grant is a Bondholder Seymour
is uou JSeo loxoo s tciicr in. inis
pspcr.: Wllsou only owns 880,000
u, Uondsj Safins flou t own any
Tub Pais say iho "Copperheads
keep all tho'doggeies" and "all tho
di'unkurs are Coppsrho'ads."'' Can
otio ui tho editors, of tho Record
tell us how many Loyal, moral,
righteous, highly .educated Rads
were drunk great portion of ouo
night of Week before last ?
Bads, do yoa thfyk tho Demo
cratic party in Kentucky is dead ?
Eh? Let's hear from tho smutty
Record. ' . A
"Terrtblk to ilitlcians,M: says
the New York llcraht Republican
paper, is tho counter-revolution so
fast approaching. Stand firm, Dem
ocrats! Don't waver I iOo and vote
for every man on yourlicket. Tho
best of times aro coming (
4,RVoiXttio5 Approaoliing," eh?
Of course it is. Tho New York
Herald, a Republican paper, says
it is. Don't tremble, llads.
WHITE was the winner in "Old
Kaintuck. Black ft'" a P001' color
to bet on. '
-V a aa
Tni success of the Radicals this
fulir means an Ireland at tho South,
and a Mexico at the North. ..Voters,
go ami vote agaiimt every man on
Go and voto the jvholo Democrat
ic ticket. The New .York Herald
says a torriblo rovolutlou is coming
Read what it says in another part
of this papor. Up with the plow-
Let tho little Ni
aor bu If rase
sheet printed near thti
B. D. Noxon's letter
much of a bondholdoy at
Who fought all through the war
for tho Union T ' ' jr
F.T. Blalrf" 1 : -
This contest is between the poor
Plowholder and tho rich golden In
terest Bondholder. Wo'll bot on
the poor Plowholders. . ..
Bdsinkss men say.thero is not
money enough to carry on business
with. Where is it? It is taken to
buy gold and the god is paid as in
terest to tho bondholder. .
What do the people complain of
most? Tho grinding, diatresssing
Who havo boon mado richer du
ring the eight yeiirs rule of Radi
calism?' Tho rich and aristocratic
leaders of tho Unequal Taxation
Who have been mado poorer and
have to work hardor? Tho poor hard
working day laborer, tho honest
farmer, the downtrodden mechanic,
Who Bays, poor men, pay my
taxes while I sit in ray easy chair?
Wilson, who owns eighty thousand
dollars in bonds.
Wlio says, ono currency for all
Sanns, tho poor man's friend.
Voto for Sanns. :'. ;
Sanns says, pay tho bondholders
in greenbacks. That's tho kind of
money poor men tako and bond
holders aro no bettor than they.
Who Is Spending thousands of
dollars of his gold interest, takon
off the day laborer, to defeat Sanns?
Wilson, the eighty thousand dollar
bondholder. ' .;
Who says, gold for the bondhold
er and ragged paper money for the
plowholder ? Wilson, of course.
"CorrKRUKAPS are . nearly all
drunkardsl" "The Democrats make;
all the whisky and drink it1" says
the moral, loyal Raddltos. Wonder
hbw many lawyers, candidates,
squires, eto., were drunk all night,
a week or tvo ago ? Tho Record
of lies and slanders is xpected to
discontinue lying about tho Enquirer
and its editor and about Democrats'
of this county ' and tell Ha readers
who "drink the whisky." Don't
talk any more about "Democratic
doggerieB", and "drunken J)emo
crats," - ' '. :
Jpst "road the hand writing on
the .wall." In another column ' ot
this paper we copy from the New
York Herald, ' Ropublioan papor,
ah aeconnt of "the Terrible Countcr
Revolatioji Appi'Oftchingl' Road is
Radsl V ...i . "-; :.
"Infernal rebels" down iu "Old
Kentucky," ain't they, Rads? "No
nigger down dar, is dar?"
Was favors taxation which makes the
poor poorer and the bondholders rlcherT
Wilson, the Grab-tax candidate for Con
gress, and all others oa the ticket with
Who favors the polioy which taxes the
poor men on nearly everything they eat,
drink, and wear?
All those on the Favorable to High Tax
ation Ticket. Vole against every man of
Have you a Republican or
Democratic neighbor Avho
does not tako this paper?
Then let him have this num
ber so he can examine "The
Looking-Glass" aud other
[From the N. Y. Herald, of August 8, (a Grant
The Terrible Counter-Revolution
Tits figures, ae they come In from Ken
tucky, are mounting up for the Democratic
majority. The lastreiurns, whioh we pub
lished yesterday, set dowu eighty thousand
majority for Stevenson, the Democratic
condidate for Governor, and thess returns
represent the country distrusts form which
l bey come in slowly, and will probably
show larger gains, aooording as they are
received. The result of the June election
in Oregon was quite as remarkable au evi
dence that the people are awake to the mul
tifarious misohiof whioh the Radical party
has wrought in lis administration of the
Government. We cannot, therefore, shut
our eye to the direction of these straws
whiah show how the wind blows, rhe He
publican majority in Oregon in 1.8GS was
327 ; the Democratic majority for meuibor
of Congress (the solitary one who repre
sents that yonng State) was, at the elec
tion of the first Mouday in June, 180H
1,201). Here was a ciwin of the anti-Radi
cal party of over fifteen hundred votes in
a vol in (i population of about twenty thou
sand. Taking these two Stales as an ex
ample, we will find that the people are not
abandoning their hostility to the wanton
and dangerous policy of the ruling lac
tion, which during three years of peace
has increased the national debt aud kept
up war prices and war taxation. The
Kentnoky election has taken plaoe sinoe
the Presidential nominations of both
parties were made; and yet so far from
the nomination of the Radical convention
a'renethening the backbone of the faction
or the nomination of Seymour and Blair
weakeutnir the spinal column of the fern
ocracy In tlmt state, tuey nave lurnea
events the other way. These results are
hut the early indications (tbe ekirmtsh
fire as it were) of the great revolutionary
battle which is about to open, if the
other Stale elections whioh are (o eome uS
between this and the Presidential contest
in Novomber should happen to give like
indications of popular hostility to the
ltaillcal Usurpations anu currumuua, it in
can tell but that the nominees of the Chi
oago Convention may be overwhelmed by
the weight of Radical maladministration
since the rebellion was woutna up Djr uen
eral Grant that they have to carry on their
sdoulders 7 It we look at the facts which
confront the people when they come
vote, we find that taxes to the amount o
three thousand millions or uouars nav
been imnosed upon ns. We find that tb
national debt has been inareased to Ih
tune of three thousand million more.
And this, when the country is at peace
and the people had a right to hope for a
reduction of taxesand the national obliga
tinn as the fruit of victory won, God knews
with what terrible saorifioes to every home
and hearth in the country. But, instead
of the load being lightened, we are called
on lo bear further exactions, to submit to
increased expenditures. In order to keep
a portion of the country in subjeotiou
more Hoops are called for. Men foisted
into Congress from tho Southern States,
and Governors who really represent littlo
more than a mook oousliluoncy, demand
from the government an expensive army
to assist them in carrying out sohemes
and ambitions which are purely partisan
and are posiiively destructive of the
peace and good of the country. It is facts
like these which meet intelligent men of
all parties when they come tn cast Iheif
votes, and we cannot be surprised that
majorities are found to protest emphatical
ly against a coatinuanoe of this kind of
The people demand a change, and it is
the people, and not any particular party,
who will make the Issue at the approach
ing election. Names and individual can
didates count for very little in tbis con
test. It is a cheap govornmont, honestly
administered in view of the fact that
the country is at peace, whibh the people
require, A serious counterrevolution,
therefore, terrible to the politicians, no
doubt, but good snd wholesome for the
people beoause it is being born of the
people-is at hand. Nothing hut the
marvelous activity of our population and
the untold resources of the eonntry oould
enable ns to bear the present burden of
taxation or induce us to submit to oarry
it so long. Rut it is evident that a reac
tion has set in, and it may be that ia the
course of events as now foreshadowed
the next elections will result in sending s
majority to Congress possibly U favor of
repudiation, but certainly ia favor o' a
vast reduotion of tbe present edormons
taxation. The publio mind leans thai way.
Let ns havo peace, real peaae, is the pop
ular cry, and the popular heart naturally
yearns for tne possession or tnai pros
peri lv which should accompany peace.
The result of the Presidential election may
be so vaguely decided in the conflict be
tween the rights of the Northern and
Southern States in the matter ef franohise
as regulated by Radical legislation as to
Hrift us into another eivil war ,- but it is
clearly the duty of the Northern Slates
to set the teal ompnatioauy upon tne
Issue by their votct and leave nothing to
change or no opening for oonfliot. The
expression of anti-Radical sentiment in
the late elections in neniuoay ana uregon
is but the preoursor of a great counter
revolution, upon tbe verge of which the
oountry stands this moment. .
Ir you have a friend er a neighbor who
is honest, and wishes to do what is right,
but who is voting for ths party that made
the war, and the publio debt, and the
high taxes, go to work with him at onoe,
and get him right. Theie are many hon
est Denocrals whoonly need be enlighten
ed to vote rizUt, Much can he done by
working with such men in time, before
,1 Y.. ...... MUJ.I -111. n..inn .ml
p4..1io., in.Oi. .f a great political
hltndei with passion and
D. S. Dana, Esq., will ad
rcss tbe Democracy of Brown
township, at the residence of
Nathaniel Simon ton. oh Sat
urday afternoon, August22d,
at 4 o'clock; and at Kelly 'b
School House, in llichland
Township, on Saturday even
ing, August zvih. A general
attendance is expected.
uy oruur or i)i;.i. its, von.
: i mi m m
Editor KsqitiaKa On Saturday last
and last Saturday week all over Utile
Vinton, Democratic Clubs were organised .
Let every patriot in the oounty rejoice
that the noble work of reformation is be
gun, and we will follow It to a glorious
oonsumation oa the 3d day of November.
The Bads need not l.ttleY tbrms- lves tbst
tbe Democrats of Vinton county are spend-
ng their time in idleness. Wt are wide
awake and in fighting condition. We ex
peet to carry the county tbis fall by an
iooreased majority, but we do not propose,
because sueb are the facts, to lesson our
labors. On tbe contrary the very fact of
success being certain, stimulates Uf to
There is one word in the above sentence
which reminds me ef the Radical can li-
date for Sheriff ia this eouuty. ' By the
way, don't, the aforesaid candidate 'go
for'' the "critter" 7 "He just more than
smiles it down." "He it the mott complete
traveling dimi-john note on record, or in any
way whatever connected with the Retord.
Beg pardos, Ftaper, I know its a big juke
on the Uemj itiu. I suppoce Mr.
George Fry, Radioat candidate for Sheriff
expects to bay a great many Democratic
votes with wbiaky, but it might be possible
(be treated me since the convention) that
he is mistaken.
It will hardly answer In this day snd
age of (he werld. The Democrats under
stand this m.itter freKy wclL '
We can see throuzh the thin veil of ob
scurity that hangs between your actions
and the senitmeult of your heart. Vou
have forgotten the lime when you wanted
none but "Amrio-ins lo tule America,"
when yon thought it would be a good
thing If all the foreigners in this country
oonld be either transported or extermina
ted I ouch, my Deinooratio frionus, wore
his sentimenti a short lime since, and
ih.'y are bis sentiments to day but be
dtere not nw to tuuh are tho sentiments
iif the entire Radical party and I his fall
they will receive such a rebuke thaim fu
ture they will hardly say they have any
Hamden, Ohio, August 15, 1868.
:M. ' EiHTna-. Ths experienca of the
past has taught the oltUcni of MeArlhur.
or, at least a portion of them, the neces
sity of providing a suitable place ef re
sort during the long winter evenings,
where tbe weary hours may be wiled away
more rapidly than in thebusinoss houses,
grooeries, and billiard saloon, and at the
same timpen t more laudably and more
With tbis snd in view there has been
originated a plan, that has been taken
bold of by many of our foremost oitiiens,
for the purpose of instituting a reading
room, at whioh will always be found the
latest news, the finest literature, and the
ohoicest company .
That such an enterprise as this is
praiseworthy, would be made appear
no more plainly b our saying so, than by
simply mentioning the faots, and that all
our merchants, doctors, Lawyers, median
ics and in faot all our oitizeos should aid
in this undertaking i as evident as that
attempts should he made to redress public
and private grievances in our midst that
make tbeir appcaranoe with those of our
oitiiens whose tomperaments demand no
tion, and for lack of it physioal or mental
in better placo lesort lo places, the repu
tation of which is belter nnmentioned.
Asking that our eilisns think liberally
McArthur, O., August 17,1868
Gekrbacks without number eau be saved
by going te the Original Cash Store ol
Dan Will & Bros,, and buying your goods
of them. Tbeir stock just received is
beauiiful, attractive, and the freshest to
be had in this market. It is admitted by
everybody that this lot are) the cheapest
yet brought to that Uouse. Bush inl
The Right Place.
Every person want to buy Goods when
they can get tbe most superior quality for
tbe least money. Row, there is a place te
get Goods ef that sort, 1 people only
know the right plaoe to go to get them.
We woald say that J. A. Futoh's Uouse
s 4he right plaee to get a fine, attractive,
and suitable-for-the-seaaon lot t Goodu of
every description. K.t. Pcltoi is now in
the o ty making eeleelions of the freshest
styles of Goods for tbis market, whioh
will arrive ia a day or two, and
everybody ehould go and see them before
going elsewhere, as thej will be far ahead
of any. lot ever yet brought here in both
style and price. Futoji's Is tbe right
Reading Handwriting on the
. It will be seen from an we
copy from "the J'ta York Ueraid- paper
that is clamoring for the eleotion of Gen.
Grant, that it reads in the result of the
Oregon election ia June and in the Ken
tucky election Just held tbe sure defeat ol
Republioan party. It conoedes that tbe
people are taking matters in tbeir own
hands that tbey are not much longer
going to submit-to being plundered as
bey have been plundered by the Repub
lican party. - Tbey propose to right matters
through a ohango.
The 1V4 IViotind. loo, reads
handwriting on the wall. It i willing to
take small majorities for the Republican
party in the October election in Ohio Ind
Indiana, and eivos its Republican readers
to understand rhat Grant and Colfax oan
not be elected otherwise than through the
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National Democratic Ticket.
For President, ,
Of Now York.
GEN. FRANK P. CLAIR,
Democratic State Ticket.
Kor HeercUry of Btnt
Tbonuta Hnbbrd, of Logan.
For Huprenio Judge,
William E. Finck, of Perry.
For Veinlier Boiird Public Woi kn,
Arthur HaeM, uf Cuyahoga,
, For School CommluHlonc-r,
Saatnal T. Kirkwood, of Bviieca.
For Clerk of Supreme Court, '
John M. Webb, of Mulioulug.
For Memb of Congrra,
Dr. Jona Sanaa, ot Uallla. .
For Common Fleas JurtRf,
George 0. Newman, of Scioto.
Democratic County Ticket.
Henry Reynolds, of pik Township,
Dr. A. W. Jamas, of Madison.
Daniel Booth, of Vinton.
Jonathan Brine, of Eta.
" Henry Robertson, of MudlsuB.
F. W. Haynes. of Kiigle.
Democratic central Committee of Vinton County.
Democratic central Committee of Vinton County. O. T. Gunning, Chairman:
George Lantz. Secretaty:
A. J. Swalm, Treasurer.
Fifty Dollars Each!
Tho rads say tliey can ptiifhnue
the votes of snch men as tho editor
of this paper for fifty dollar each..
They admitthat tlieeighty thousand "
dollars Bondholding Wilson haa
scuta thousand dollars to this coun
ty. Voters, look out for thcmJ
Jackson vs. Grant.
We liavo noticed in several of onr
Radical exchanges silly eulogistic
articles compuiring Grant to the
Hero ot jncw Urlcaus tho hage ot
the Hermitage. The difference be
tween the two men is most striking.
Jackson was never led by his own
party j healed it. lie did not allow
nis most trusted frieodu to dictate
his policy. It was laid down by
himself after tho most mature re
flection, and aU the waves of popu
lar tumult bvat agginst it in vain.
Jackson was never ibund trembling, '
and halting and wailing tor publio
opinion, lie always ted public opin
The difference between the men
may be readily inferred from th
following extract :
"I shall have no policy ef my own le
interfere against the trill of the oeoplo.
U. S. GRANT.
"I sy again, fellow citizens, remember
the fate of ancient Rome, and vote for ne
onndidate who will not tell you with the
frankness of an independent freeman, the
principles upon which, if elected, he will
administer your government.
"The man deserves to be a slave whe
would vote for a mum candidate when his
liberties are at stake.
You might as well compare the
eaglo with the owl, ns Jackson with
J3kfobe Andy Johnson's .Radical
Rump Show adjourned it attempted
to do something for foreign born
citizens, but done nothing most of
its time being devoted to the blub
ber lipped niggers, who lay about
nil over tho South watching an op
portunity to outrage 8omo white
woman. Speaking of what the
Disunion .Rump at Washington
done, before" its adjournment, tho
7mA Citizen of August 1, says :
The Radical Congress has made its bid
for the Irish Vote. The grand point la
tbis matter was to make sure that there
should be no var that the rights of Ameri
can citiiens should be shouted about loud
lybut never enforced, never vindicated,
never asserted in a manner which might
possibly lead to tear. Under tbe new law,
the President is empowered, in ease ef an
American oititen being arrested and un
lawfully imprissned, and treated as e
convict empowered to take such meas
ures, thort of act of var, as may be cal
culated te produoe tbe release of euee
merioaa eitii'n that is to say, tbe
President is empowered to intercede.
A Lie Nailed.
The Radical papers delight
in saying that Seymour is a
Bondholder .Let those who
lie about the matter read thgu
following letter: ' .
' UWA.K.Y., Jury 21,1868.
Dear Sir: Your, letter of
the 16th inst., to Governor,
Seymour is received, He d'n
rects me to answer your inter
rogatories, and ay ; IJo doea
not own a United Statoa
Bond, and nover clkl own one j
and ho never doalt iu ..bonJU
or banking of any kind, i
Very rospoctf ull y, yours, &c,
B. D. NOXON, JUN.,
B. D. NOXON, JUN., To H. R. Dunn, Esq., Bloomington, Ill.
From June to July the national debt
rose $53 000,000. Fifty-three aiiUioos a
month Is sis hundred and iMvtr-' mill,
ions a year. We wish the bondhol iois j y
of the prospect ol the debt I've X beu.j
paid in anything, if the Mongrel parijr te
allowed to k"P i1"!' i fuw' anuibt
PxesideaUal turn.. t , ..'. ,