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' M'ARTIIUR, VINM' COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1868.
1.50 'PER Vk
J. W. OWEN, Editor.
The Election News,
"Which we print on the
page, is nearly correct.' .
Thousands of hungry of
' ficb. seekers' are writing to
. Grant for office. ., The New
York San advises 'Grunt ;to
sell the Idjtera of the numer
ous applicants for offiee to
the wast paper dealers instead
""of burning them, and apply
the j proceeds to the extin
- guishment of the National
The Entire Electoral Ticket for
Not entiroly devoid of shame
and with extreme regret we noticed
a few days since telegram contain.
ing the Startling ', intelligence that
some leading Northern Democrats
were urging upon' those States
which had cast thoir eloctorl votes
for Seympur, to instruct thoir elect
ors to come to the' Electoral College
or Qonvehtiori prepared to give
Grant ' the entire doctoral vote ;
thus making it appear that he was
tha unanimous choice of the Nation.
Wo are grievod to say that among
the would be leaders of the Demo
cratic Jparty in the Northern States,
there are quite a number of men
that too plainly show that thoir
Democracy is but lip service, and at
heart they are not Democrats. A
class of political wire-workers and
demagogues, who evidenco a com
plete willingness to sacrifice the
principles of the party upon the self
ish alters of policy, lhis same
class of men aided materially'in the
defeat of Seymour by foolishly ur'
jeing the Democracy just on the ve
of the election, to discard . him, a
genuine Democrat nominated by
" long and bitter enomy of Democra
m trnrrr e.T !laiYWWirU -
cy, indeed, the very, founder and
builder up of the Republican party.
The action of such demagogues has
but one tendoncy, that of more
firmly riveting the chains of Radi
calism upon tho Nation. Aside
from the cowardly sycophantic
epirit manifested in tho suggestion,
there Is on phase the subject bears
that convinces us that the party
who made such a suggestion have
no just conceptions of political,
mach Iobs moral honesty. They
propose to make the Democratic
electors violate their trust, forswear
themselves, and become perjured
tools to natter the vanity of Grant,
and prevur.t his becoming too tn
tensely Radical. Such ban means
could never aocomplinh a just end
The Democracy conM accomplish
greatly more' with Grant by strict
ly adhereingto the principles upon
which our party isbased, and when
ever without compromise of princi
pie they can, they should sustain
him upon any meaanrea that he and
the extremists of, his party may be
at variance upon, and which would
Te lound to the welfare of the conn
try. ' A support so rendered won'd
no doubt be gratifying and appre
ciated by Gen Grant, but the one
euggested, by the Eastern Demo
cratic trimmers, as unwise and die
honest, could butbe spurned by him
with contempt, and construed as an
indirect attempt tobribo him. The
only way in our humble judgment
to restore the country to its former
power and grandeur, is for the
Democracy of the Nation to keep
an ansntlten (ront, to stani
upon the reck of principle, and
keep their lights constantly burn
mgto gnara tne American .nation,
now . threatened to be dashed to
pieces by the waves of Fanaticism
and the broakersof Sectional hatred
from impending rain. Safetyalone
lies to our nation and our party, in
perfect orgauiiation on principle.
Lot the pen and tongue both be
continually used in battering down,
with reason and argument the
walls of consolidation that are
j threatening V obliterate State
( lines and enclose in the dark durt
tl ceons of Military Despotism, the
' liberties inherited by onr noble an-
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made wHh-error. and Fanaticism.
Living o' dy'nff w be true
tn nTinclplea, an frown down . all
''l nch insidious and disgraceful sntr-
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Igesttons as uio nn bujjk""i oy in
timid policy loving politicians of
the JNorin mu uo.
Wgtf yon v1t MoArihnr, 4pnt fall to
Ihri stock i cio aioa uty-ani
Ljn.a ramattr .
The Right Spirit,
The Young" Men's Seymour and
Blair Club of Now York has been
promptly reorganized . under tho
name of the' National Democratic
Club, the members intending to
make it a pormanent organization.
This is the right spirit, and if '. the
example set by the youngmen of
New York shall be generally follow
ed, as it undoubtedly will be, great
good will bo the result.' New men
may be sought and found to repre
sent Democratic '. ideas and princi
ples, but the great central fact up
on which all Democratic organiza
tions rest, remain unchanged and
unchangeable. Fully recognizing
the paramount claims of the funda
mental doctrines of our political
creed, the earliest opportunities
should bo improved for giving di
rections to suitable efforts lor their
exposition and defense.
We hope that all tho township or
ganizations in Vinton county will
he continued. Let the example of
the young men of New York cir,
be followed. Let Us be 1 fully pre
pared to meet the enemy in the
Radical Majorities Reduced, and
the Democratic Majority Increased
on Members of Congress.
Tho Radical pretis claim that the
action of Congress ill keeping the
country in a state of turmoil and
the Union disunited, was endorsed
by the late election by the election
of Gen. Grunt us President. J0n
this issue tho proper test was on
the election 'of members of Con
gress. Tried by this we find
At the Congressional election, In
Ulno, in loob, tho Ki'imblican nm
jority in the 1st District was 926
this year the Districtelected aVum
ocrat by 211 majority.
In the 2d District two years ago,
Hayes (Republican) for Congress
had a majority of 2,558. At the
election this tall that majority was
reduced to 4D7.
In the 3d District, Schenck's (Re
publican) majority two years ago
was 1097 this fall but 475.
In the 4th District, Lawrence (Re
I LI? V i. 1 I rt OK I
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In the oth iiistrict, the Demo.
cratic majority for Mungen was 2,
ti52 this tall it swelled to 4,846.
In the 6th District, two yearsago,
the Republican majority for Con
gress was l,OUb -this tall butd4d.
In this, tho7tl District, Shellabar
ger,(Rep.) had, two years since, a
majority of 2,171 this year his sue
cessor, Winans, has but 105.
In the Nth Diatrict, the Ropubli
can majority in IrfGti was 1,852
this full but 943.
In tho Nth District, the Republ
can minority, two years since.- was
1.2S7 this yoar it is 1,036 Demo
In the 10th District, Ashley (Re
publican), ot impeachment memory,
two years since carried his D -itrict
h.v 1,917 majority this year Hoag
Ucm.) boats Ashley 912.
In the 11th District, the Republi
an majority or d,J.ib in l'JOb,. in
18G8 is reduced to 2,126.
Judge Van Trump's (Dom.) ma
jority in the 12th District two years
niro of 3,210, is increasod this fall to
In tne 13th District, Gen. Mor
gan, two year's since, received 271
majority. Ilia Republican compet
itor, Dolano, contested the election,
and was unfairly given- the sest.
this year, Delano fearing to-run, a
more popular IJejmblican was put
forward, and Morgans majority
was increased to 1,654.
Wolker. (Rep.) had a majority in
iHbBof 1.7U7 in tno'Hth District.
This j-ear it is reduced to 462.
Two years ago the Republican
najority in the 15th District was
41 nfTt this year it is reduced to
In the 1G District, John A. Bincr-
ham (Rep.) was elected, two years
xince, oy 1,422- 1 his year he is re
elected by 416. " :
In the 17th District, theRepubli
can majority two years ago, was 4,
142 this year it is reduced to 3,
In the 18th District, the Republi
can majority of 6.555 in 1866 was
reduced at the late election to 6,-
In the 18th District, the Radical
majority or 10,986 two years aco
was reduced at the October election
of the presont wenr to 10,428.
Thus it will be soeri that in every
District in Ohio, takinir membere
ot congress as the test, and the
action of the Radicnl Conzrefs at
issue, the Republicans lost and the
Tnrc Eadicnls in thia State
no-ninfte l GrKwold, ns fhi'ir
friends in New Jersey nom-
inati'd Bl ur,vfor Governor,
becnuse they wanted a rich
man to bleed. " Griswold has
spent. ' ovef 52."0,000 and
Blair over . $200,000 ' in the
nice for jrubern atonal honors.
u 'mo.' xvycatcr itw
The Cut Direct.
No sooner was it known
that" General Grant was fleet
ed President and had .return
ed to'''. Washington, than the
old: political hack residing
and congregating there,1 com
menced . , , junking i exten
sive ' preparations ,. lor ;. env-
ing him a grand' reception
np.t that they cared a ."conti
nental" fig lor General G rant,
but for the 1 cogenl; reason
mat tney tnougnt tney would
be able to gain some personal
advantage by a noisy display
of their excessive modesty.
and by a manifestation oi'
their intense admiration of
the newly elected President.
The following is the begin
ning, middle and end of that
grand affair as furnished by
the telegraph: ;
' u. Washington, Nov. 10.
General Grant declined to-day a
public demonstration in his honor,
tendered by the various Republican
associations of this city. This af
ternoon a committee, consiHting of
delegates from the Soldiers' and
Sailors' Republican Committee, of
ficers of the Boys in Blue, tho Pres
ident f the Central Grant Club,
and Mayor of Washington, togeth
er with the Aldermen and othor
prominent citizens, called on Gener
al Grant by appointment. The ob
ject of tho visit was stated in tho
following address or tho Mayor: '
General Grant In behalf of
the citizens and the Republican or
ganizations of this city we have call
ed to tender our hearty congratula
tions on the result of the recent
elections, and make known to you
their wishes that they be permitted
to attest their feelings of happiness
and joy by a proper public demon
stratum . welcoming you as the
President elect to the Capita! of
the nation, as they wore deprived
of that pleasure on your arrival
here by a sort of a flank movement,
by which you stole a march upon
ourpoople. All Indulge the hope
that you will now accede to thoir
request and name the time and
place most agreeable to you for
General Grant responded as iol-
"I am glad to meet you all, and
receive yoiip congratulations, but I
hope you will spare me any public
demonstration. I live in this city,
and like to avoid demonstratibns
here as elsewhere; and with my
consent there cannot beany. I am
laways ready to meet such gentle
men as may call upon me in my of
fice, any time, without publio dis
play or demonstration. This would
bo much more agreeable to me, and
I hope it will be agreeable to you."
The Mayor replied:
"Wo shall certainly study your
pleasure in the matter."
General Grant then said:
"I am not unmindful of the feel
ings intended to be displayed by a
piililic.demonstrationj.and you must
take all thia for Granted." (Laugh
The company then retired.
Do the annals of the world
furnish anything more signif
icant and appropriate than
this? The object of those
small politicians undoubtedly
was, to induce General Grant,
by the accentance of the prof
fered invitation, to commit
himself to a class of ostenta
tious office beggars, and nig
nify his willingness to be
come the tool of a party, in
stead of being the President
of the United States. But
they failed in their very first
attempt, and are left to "take
it for Granted'-' that ho is not
yet quite ready to become a
a mere instrument in th"i'
hands, to be used merely fot
their personal aggrandize
ment. It may bo hoped that
this unceremonious rebuff oi
petty and contemptible ofS-
ciousness will be followed bj
others of the same sort, Fi
it will be remembered that
eral Grant is, after all,a swon
which may . cut both ways.
It he floes not choose to weai
the livery of Radicalism here
after, he will, by a careful
avoidance of all entangling
alliances with the disloyalists
and cormorants of the Dart V
by which he has been elected,
secure a position alike hor-
orable to himself and benefi
cial to his country.
James Sherman, Deft I Vlrttoneoanly.oiil.'
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prsse.-. I. AIAOI1. .
I'liesc t:nee books are the sum total of arei
1 brsr e j tins Hmle. s.mksiis.ite, (e Webaier'
dcvsl U isrto I Kvenmg .leiirnal.
The e Webster is glorious it is perfect
i sMnees aud getes compKiiion it leaves noli
ig w bo .m r j4 J -U. Unjiuuad, i,b.l., Pres
1 n most uselul and remirkihie compendhin
Olsrs, t'resnl. at .Mass. Agricultural Colleee.
WEBSTER'S JXationaf rictoria
10.0 pagei ootAToi 600 e&rrravlns,
vs-soei f o,
The wo, It is resllya ge f a D.ctionary. u
i"iai1i"ly ""'0D -('" r.duca..;n
k'auUsliedby C. A O. MEItlllAM, 8;iringflelu
J . & 17. GOLD, ,
.omI4 resMctfnllTinform h nllli... .r vi.,..
i7 Rgre, ai meir
JOagEaT, 0a. Jfil. rtl-lut Proa.sIoArtgir.
. QUINCE TBEES, ,
PBAK TREES, , .
w..rr.r..n onr wo true tn name sad at
ss low prises as oanb obtained anywhere, and
m.n. all persons to call d .xarairie it. .'
Aay Isiter sddressel to ns, aa to she, sr
Jrvoswifl . areaipU saTrW "
' ' w manu- J
Having purchnsml lb Furlto 1
mentof Ksler Wykoir, are na
tacluriuy to order the mog,
D JEADTIF Ul F.URNITO.
f the very latest sty 1 an.4 UtthmJ
Finely Finished Bureatis, ,;
Cane. Seated Chairs,
' ' "" .15rcaicf:i6t Tables,
and avery ysrlety of ,
' ' ' . ...
m rirst-clasa FimUura,
.- . . 'M '
10 WEST ' CASH. rrICES!
Tbeywlll also carry on thia bu'lneiw, an4
will constantly on hand an assortment of fine
ly finished ftoinna, or aupply orders In any
dyl desired, af ' ' " "
'Extremely 7,ow Prices?
LICKXdED Vt TUB
S. C. TliOMFSO" & CO'8
GREAT 0XB pOLAR SAI.B 01"
Bilki, Shawls, Dress Ooodi, Line
. Ooods, Linsns, brj 3
Cottons, Fancy - Ooodi,
Alhnire Itibtes. BH-,
r Plated Ware,
log Mschlntl, '
Vatch'i, ' 1
Thtm artie'fi to bi tnU at thi uniform prltt a
ii" i'1'i.wiit.HU ava not te if
pjti far until you Irtnu vnt vk)
art ttteuim.- Thimottpoput
lar and futmonieul rnttai
oj diiii'j buhnni iff
ISyRy patron.z ng tins sale you 4
chenoe to exoh nge jour geods.
the bmailest Arltcle fold for ONE DO I
L Art can be exohng-d for a Hilver
Ula-ed, Fiye lintilel Revolving
Castor, or Jour Choiea of a
large variety outk-Ar
tide upo" ET
ehaege Lilt, . ' "
TERMS T. A0E.VTS.
f ertiScitei giving a eom piste deserptlna efsr.
re n centsT''1 -h m ''J"W, wl" 'd .ai
For tt Club cf i?irtf, tni Thrtt Dittar$
he p. rson sending it eon have their flholte mt
the gitlo narl cles as tr-eir eommissinn: W
isrdscnttonvlnth, Hans loth p.ots pstern,
nlendid nowie knife, tsncaiter ouilt, engrae4
iler speen holder, psrir Isilies7 pjtm s-islnf
lloth boots, print dre.s psttern, wnr.tf 4 urenlr.
f tsi shsvl, white I qin tsl.le cloth, nt el steel bl.
led knives and forks, set of aiirer plaud lorks,
embossed tahle snrewl, elegant ngrsS(i (ilver
listed gold lined goblet, olin and b?w, frnoy
Iresa patera, eligunt silk brsded psramsl,
..icture nioroeon photnirrspb album, elegsnt
Tory hsndlwl spshgled silk Ian, one doien lata
'ised linen tow.l, inney bshndraj skirt, hnljaa'
noroecoseoptiing bag, honfyeemh quilt, slbsm
nra quill, Isdies, solid gold Calil. mis dlsmond
ing. gents' pisin .or ensrar d gold ring, (1
irtets fine.) J.mliis' solid blsck walnut writing
eslc. ladies' tincy blsek asluut wotk hox, cot.
sge elock, one rtoa-n Ja lies' linin hsnrtkerehiefs,
-Aira Quality, or one dciten gents' liuin hai-d-cruliicH,
For a Club r Six!). $nd Fix teller i,
ne oft), following articles: 40 yards sheeting,
isms cloth psn's and Test pstern. psir honew
nmp qu Us, cylinder wstch uoiible bsrreled riiBe
istol, fnncy calimre dre.s-jstein, thibetshswl
three yds. double width wsterprnnf dusking,
oua yds- wool 0-orkmg. sei ol Isce enrtsms, la
nes' double wool shsw I, silser plated csrd l.ss--et,
splendid engraved sir plated ice pit;hsr.
-ngrared silTer platen ton pot, lis) picture Turkey
norocao photoraeb aibum, hiDcsster quill al
accadress rsttsrti, engrsTed silver plaled six
ottled reuniting castor, jisir of gents' calf boots,
plend'd bt oieral skin, set ol ivory hsndie
a;s, w th silrer plated forks rusraood Irama
rsss alsrin clock, pair all aoot blanketsi fplcnd.
I beaded nidln.edsilk psrssol. ladies' spUndia
noiocco trel T(fbi.g. pairelhsmbraquihs, tlill.
v yds print or a inareaillra quid. . .
Fort Club of Dnt Ilund td and Te tollari,
0 yds sl.ee. ing,- tsney csshniere rn-t. parts sn
est pa'ern, ejttrefliuii.ijr eigimed sliver pla
. d si x brtil. d r o:v ng essior, oitb cot gl: .a
nttles psir eplendid rt.se blankets, isir si l.rd.
d engraved nivcr p'std tea (ihiee rinre
i'!arliol, leaiet sue craj r.) silver pla e4
ske bsskt.nm p.lsid wool on a shawl, tarn
v flve ysrds tenp cs iyl'tnj. epl,n i vnha
in.l Ikiw, English nanus shawl spiendid slpra
re. p dtern, sdrer hunting cssed wsich, snlen
dh ble, itb elegant steel eiigrsfmg. ftni 1
ecord snd pho ogrsph page, ponl-ji iltss xat
rn, ersi-aved silver pUtrd icepilcharj plnlUi
esvcrclosk psttern. staip'r rivo v.r, splendij
"cordeeB, music box, one psir flue d.mssk tA
le covers wub one diieu duisef napkua
,l.tommissloa lor larger clues in .prneornoa.
Asents wHI plesse tske notice of bls. Te bee
.n.l names but number your a'ubs front en
pwsrds. Make your letters .hort snd plain a
JAKE PAR-iinyr.AR NOTICE.
Pe sure ana aerimeney by rs;rf S War.
-hen imsslble. lu seme instances ccniitryppss.
ousters hnv. sefn.ed le foriranl jeti.ta t us.
til-posing that our business m iider the lss
gs.nai louenes.gi ft eni prises, a . although It
ms btwaover and orer,l,cl re.l-iwlul bvth? g.
hontics. This sctinn isin.tigsfed by lb slniis
feonniry merehsi-.tf. fa ".'se anv Ostmstar
nnuld again decline to lorwsrd letters, send by
Weosnnotbe responsible for money lost, an.
ss .i ttp.e piecsptioti are tsUp te ipture ita
sfety, ' i. . . 7
rKNn FOR nruiARS.
b )ur address in flill town, conntr saa
ate.- a C THOMPSON CO. T-
' HI Cederal etreet, Iio.tcn, Mass,
' Tohaooo Antidote.
TVtRRtNTEbtorem'nTe all desire air Tobsa.
T no This irsst remedy is sn excellent snne.
er. It rur lies the blood, in gorates ih ii,.
-in, pnssss.es g-at ooiiri.hing and strenai his.
w power, enable the store .n lo digest the
earliest frnil, ni, ke. sleep nfmhing, and a.
Wishes robust health . moker and chewire
t tix-y 5 esrs sured. Price 6 cents per boa, v,
rrrstiseon the injurious efleete of T.
-ejo, withlstsuf felereiices, teatimoniale, te .
"5,iTl, " '"ld. Addresser, V. A'
BBOT f, Jersey City, .Jt ' M 3a
B'TDE A!JO BRIDKonnOM.-EasiTt roe
Vopse Mo. en the ini.,..,irTii7.i
.-legrooin to Kride tn Mie insiitution or Msr.
sg g Guide In mstr.monlsl els.ii ....i k -I-.
'ss. Kent is ma ' In a .'. ! I..... "'"Jl')'r
asot obsme. A lilrcsa flow8 sicit, V
x P, 1'hilade'r.his, Pa. (4'
y ARABLE '-M FOR SA1E. I
more artlyTdu Iwi' of U&Ti ft
valuable ,i-n, Unir. , ' , flT .L.2'-' ?i '
itasa J t .
lOn-ltl Ttallrnnrf l vrl "."
acre, of bci omTand-Ti? " 2-vl-w,
liny honaesi ln&Mo'n, 2 XP?. I
and stable two nlreei .? ,U,I1'' "ixlbara
two pain will hiLn i?Jb divided lute
Jtether. A small farm STJ 0 '
town property, can be4.w"rn lnd,e
5OT.!Lr2!5 T'l Athens in?
! f .1 1 lk