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M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAt DECEMBER ft 1863
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The Contested Election Cases.
These enses were decided
by Judge E. A. Gutiirie, on
Tuesday afternoon of last
week, after our paper went to
press, in favor of the Demo
crats, ': ':'
Meeting of the Democratic State
A mectiug of the Democratic
State Central Committee was called
for yesterday afternoon at Thar-,
man Hall, for the purpose of deci
' ding as to tho time of holding the
next Democratic State-Convention.
Only five members of tho commit
tee were present, and eight were
represented by proxios. Tho reg
ular members present were Judge
James 11. Bart, John II. Iloaton,
A. 8. Prophet, Archibald McGre
gor, and John G. Thompson. The
gontlcman holding proxies were
A. G. Thurman, C. L. Vallandig-
ham,J. F, JcKinney, E. P. Bing
bam (2), Mr. Stoclrdalo, John II.
Wclbnnd.W. W. Vcbb. The Chair
man of the Committee being absent,
John Il.llcaton was chosen Chair
man for tho occasion.
On the motion of J. F.McKinney
the Committee, by a vote of 7 to 5
John H. llcatou not voting do
tided to bold tho next Stato Con
vention on Wednesday, tho 7th
day of Jaly, 18G9. ' ThU motion
was supported by Mr. Vallandig
ham. Judge , Thurman favored
tome day in May, and Mr. Thomp
on a day in June. Before a vote
was taken on tho motion that pre
vauea, a vote was taken on a mo
tion to hold the Convention on tho
8th of January. This motion re
cicved but four votes.
llie Commute were unanimous
in tho opinion that tho Democrats
of tho respective counties can great
ly promote the cause by seeing to
it (hat local Democratio papers are
The President's Message.
The Kadical Rump met at
"Washington again on Monday
l'rcsidcnt Johnson s mes
sage was sent in on "Wednes
tlay. It will be published in
our next paper.
Tns Negro elected to Congress
from a district in Louisanais on
hand, and expects to rresont his
crcdonticls In a few days. It
said that he will not get his scat,
tiecauso if the .Republicans were to
admit him they would thoreby ree
ognizethe validity of the Louisana
election. This is a very small bole
for them to try to creep out of an
Hoiw Henry J. Bochmer, a mem
feer of the llouse of Representatives
- representing tho counties of Henry
and Putnam, died at his' residence
in Putnam county on Saturday
Mr. Boobmor was present at the
three days session of tho Ohio Leg
lslature, actively engaged in his da
ties Rs Tnfftnbnr, and apparently
. in the enjoyment of excellent
The deceased was a man of strong
mind an excellent Gorman and
fine English scholar pure "in his
morals and upright in his conduct.
Ho was a great favorite with his
follow mombors, and, his death, so
sudden and rAcxpeotod, will create
avoid hard to fill. ?
This mattes the third death in the
prosont Goneral ' Assembly Sena
ator Hall, of Toledo, and Represen
tees Gerhart, of Eichland, - and
Bochmer, of Putnam. '
Tuc constant rush to Ibt House of Dak
fill & Baos. it p4ain erideaoe of the
. fact (hat they- not W glra eterybodT
tie best bargains la goods, that are iri
and suitable .for tke ason, feat glre
entire ttiafation in faol, they are i
termined to do far better than thoe who
Offer their goods at aost. Their ribband
variegated aasor'ment of goods Is the best
proof that - can be offered to the peoplr.
They take tit greatest pride !q ;leaIng
11 who rislt their establishment, not onl j
ia tbo low priexs, but in the Bne and
ftshionablo quality of every ertiola in
Which they dfaL i Being an old firm, and
knowing just whati tbo -peoplo want at
this seuon,.' tley wilt not allow any
r Eouseto; undersell r Ihetr. Fo nolldayi
goodo, go to Piir Witt & Baos. " ' '
A LlAf iron ft diary was Disked on
Main street, . vestsrday. It ii supposed
to belong to tho Hack Drirer, and oou
(aim the subjoined memorandua :
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John Tompkins Raper aboard, bound for
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cothe Mr Raper."
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home. (Business )'
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Uers tbc writing ends.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] "Evil Days"--Important Admissions.
For the last eight years we
have .been controlled by a Re
publican Administration, in
the Federal, most of the States
and in nearly all the local
governments. I hat party
came Intp pover with pro
fessions of . purity upon its
ips. It was going to banish
corruption, and to inaugurate
a reign of purity in all the
departments. How well they
have succeeded is shown by
the following extract from the
New York Tiitiimc of Mon
day week. This leading and
mosi umer nacucai journal
makes the following admis
''These aro truly evil days!
Crime, and fraud and speculation
are permitted with indifference
Tho Government scorns to have fal
len into a combination of 'rinjrs.'
We havo a Railroad 'Ring,' which
has made a contract with the Gov
ernment out of which its' leaders
amassenormous fortunes. We have
a National Bank 'Ring,' in which
wo sco broken bnnks clo a nominal
business, and netting largo profit
out of a construction of the bank
ing law. Wc have Land 'Rings,'
comuinauoim to seize upon im
mense traots of territory under tho
pretext of Indian treaties, and to
take possession of tbcm by a virtual
net of legislative confiscation. Thor,
wo have an Indian 'Ring.' This is
the most terrible of all. The rail
road, and land, and whisky Jhieves
confine themselves to the. mere ac
quirement of money by defrauding
llie Treasury, but the leaders ot
tho Indian 'Ring' speculate upon the
blood of men, upon tho honor of
their Government, upon rapine,
mn8sacrce murder and shame! Gen.
Sheridan is to diiy carrying an
army down into tho heart of the
Indian country simply to protect
tho whito people from tho results
of tho rapacity and perfidy of the
"And so we go! frand in the
service ot tho Goveruiont, among
men in high station, among the
agents of the revenues, Custom
house officers, excisemen, and over
all, an Administration which appears
to givo a tacit assent to these
We think it will be admit
ted that a party w hose gov
ernment is controlled by such
"rings" is utterly unfit to be
intrusted with power. The
Tribue makes a lame. attempt
to hold President Johnson re
sponsible for these cprrnpt
ions. Even admitting, that
to be true, how would that
diminish the resonsibility of
the Kepubhcan party, which
placed President Johnson in
power? If they made a mis
take in selecting him, ia it
not altogether likely that they
Ml 1 St - 1
win mace still lurtner mis
takes in the selections to of
fice. But President Johnson is
not responsible for this cor
i-iiption. The Republican
Uongrcss has so tramoled him
is to leave him without pow
er to prevent it. It (the Con
gress) is responsible lor the
laws under which the ' cor
ruption occurred. It is ; re
sponsible for the retention ol
corrupt office-holders by ta
king from the, President hit-
constitutional power to re
move them. In point of fact,
most ot the corruption ists are
Republicans, who are under
commissions issued by Presi
dent Lincoln and Johnson
who voted for Grant at the
late election, arid are. in all
respects, in good standing
with the Republican party.
When the. Tribune drew its
vivid picture of corruption
it was, in fact, looking in the
mirror and saw its own polit
ical friends. We do not won
der that" it was shocked '.by
tho spectacle, . . '
Dear in Aiiku.-, W would remind
those wishing-Gooda for Holiday pres
ents, that the House of 0. Down & Sin ia '
whero a large and tariegUed asoriment
ot rich and fashionable . goods of all , de
script ions can be bought at the lowest
price. The dress patterns, furs, glores,
hosiery, and other things suitable for
the season, are rery beautiful.
Tbc attention of the people is directed '
to the advertisement of the McAribur
Billiard Saloon in this paper. Mews.
John Joncs & Co., assisted by that ac
commodating elerk, a. H "Bnar, have fitted
up their Saloon In the best of style, and
would be pleased toreoeire the patronage
of all who fore to "play a. game of oil
liads." The tables are of the best. The
Bar attached to, the establishment Is
spproud by all who are calleJ up before
it pay them a riatt.
The American Bastile Burned.
Fort Lafayette was burnod, as far
as could bo consumed, on Tuesday
night last. The fire lit tip the city
of New York, and the scene is do
scribed as grandly boautiful. Had
the whole Fort been blown into the
air, so as not to leave a vestige bo-
hind, if in the "deep bosom of tho
ocean buried," it would not havo
cost a single regret., for its name is
coupled with 'that of wrong and op
pression. During the war it was
the Kastile where men, guiltless of
of crime were sent to languish in a
toul prison at tho comand ot Stan
ton or at the Bingle of Seward's
Its sight romins the American
citizen of tho wrongs committed,
and 'awakens recolloctioirs that it
would be well for tho tair fame of
tho Republic if they could be for
gotten. If rebuilt, it will stand as a mon
ument of infamy to thoso who, by
their despotic acts, brought so foul
a stain upon the honor of the coun
The Local Democratic Press.
every county througout the
Stato, the Democrats should take
immediato steps to increase tho cir
culation of their local. Democratic
papers. and then to give circulation
to faithful and efficient papers pub
lished elsewhere. This done now,
and it don't so much matter when
the State Convention is hold. The
Democratic press ot the "State will
hold their organization together.
and convince tho . opposition that
the Democratic party is not dead.
It is through the press that the Re
publican party havo strengthened
themselves. They did not do much
in tho circulation of pamphlot cop
ies of speeches in tho late compaign.
but they took the precaution ear
iy in the year to extend tho circula
tion of their ncspapers. The town
ship politicians throughout the
Stato did this, and when fairly in
tho campaign thoy gratutiously
distributed large numbers of news
papers. If tho Democracy would
succeed thoy must attend to this
matter hotter than they havo here
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SEVEN II eJUDICIAL
THE STATE OF; OHIO,
TUS TEAB 1669
ORDERED, That tho District Courts and
Courts of fpraraon Pleas, lor tbe year
1809, in and for tho Seventh Judicial Dis
trict of tbe State nf Ohio, shall commence
at the Times olio wing, to-wib .
In Washiogtoa couutyy,, Ihurady,
April b. . : .
Tn Meiss county, Monday; April 12.
In Gallia county, TatmUay, April
' is. . .
In Lawrence county, MoniUy.Arpil
In Scioto county, Thursday, April
22. , '
In Pike county, Mondnry, April 28. '
In Perry county, Tuesday, August
In Fairfield county, Thursday, Sep
In llockinp; county, Monday, Sep
tember 6. ' ; -
In Athens county, Thursday, Sep
tember 9. : i ..
In Vinton county, Monday, Sep
tember 13. " "
In Jackson county, Thursday, Sep
tember 16. '
In Perry county, Tuesday, Februa
ry 9; Tuesday, May 11; Tuesday,
In Fairfidld county, Monday, Fob
ruary 22; Monday, May 24; Mon
day, October 18.
Tn llockinp eoantv.Mondav. March
15; Monday, June 14; Monday,
November 8. '
In Pike county, Monday, February
1; Tuesday, April tiy Jiionaay
r t 1 rr-... Tfu
ia uuyvronce cuuuiy, i umuhjit oo'
fuary 9; Tuesday, -May 4;-- yu
aay, i&eptemuer zs.
In Scioto county, Monday, March
8; Monday, May sJl; Monday, Oo
In Jackson county, Monday, March
1; Monday, May 24; Monday,
In Vinton county, Monday, March
15; Monday, June 21; Monday,
. THIRD 8UB-I)IVI910y.
In Washington county, Tuesday,
February 2; Tuesday, April 27;
Tuesday, September 21.
In Athens eounty, Tuesday, Febru
ary 23, Monday, May 17; Monday,
In Gallia county, Monday, 3farch
' 8; Tuesday, Jiiy 25; Jfonday,
Novcmbor 1. . ,.
In county, jlbnday, Jfarch
22; Jonday, Juno 7; ilfonday,
Is Ticstimont Wna-REor, We have hereun
to set our hands, this 30th day af October, A.
ERARTU8 A. GUTHRIE, 1
. ell.AH H. WRIUHT, I
VIIiMAM B. I.OOMIS, Judges.
JOHN P. PLYLEV, J
Tnn t ate of Ohio. VintokCotictt. so.
I. OEOKfiE LANTZ, Clerk of the fourt of
Common FlPas.lnenrt for said County, do
hereby certify that the foregoing Is truly ta
ken and copied from the original order on
file In my ofn
&T?s WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at MnArihiir. this
GEORGE LANTZ, Clerk.
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LIFE INSURANCE CO: '
Or THE ' ' t ;
, United States of America) : ;
WAtsisaros, s. c.
CHARTERED BY SPECIAL ..
ACT OF COMGRESS, .
Approved Jd 25, 1868.
BRANCH omCB -
HaT VTItAL BAVK Htm T ltd, rHIL'l,
Whcro the genornl business of the Oompuiiy
Is trtmucted, and to which all general cutree-,
pondtince ahould be nddrL-saed. . .
(IFFlCKaS: .. ,;,.,;
OUltEVCE II, CLARK, President. '
JAY COOKK, Chairman, rWnco anl''
Executive Committo. '
flKIRN D. COOKE, Vico-rrealiknt.
RMBRSOX W. PEET, Secretary and Aot
".' uarf, -
TVs company, National In llacbaraetor, Of-
fvr-.J'V ixiwc.n of Its litiae ciuiltal. low rntea
of premium and new tniilt-x, ttte most desira
ble m-anof Insuring life yet offered to th.
Tim rates of cremlnm. binff lftro-Alr i-wtue.
d,a.v aiudonn f:ivorable to The lnturera es -
tiioat, ' 'he best mutual companies, and
Sivolif All the complications aud uncertainties ,.
of Noun, DIvldrtn.lHHn'l the mistinderstand-.
ixgrtwuii h the latter aro so apt to cause tho
Scveml new end altractlTe tobies aro now .
presented which only to be understood to ,
prove acoeptiible to the puljllc, such as tho .
iNcoHc-raoDixtsQ p.ii.Tcr ami axTi'its rasMirv '
T-wr. in tho frtrmtfr. tho policy-holder not
only secures a Ufa insurance, pnyuble at
dcith.butwill reoclve, if livlng.aftor a period ,
of a few years, an Annual Income cqurtl to
kd pfrrenu or ino paroiuis p'mcy. in ine
latter, the company derewi to rotors to tho.
assured the total amount of money ho has
patd in, In addition to the amount of his p4l-
The attention of persona contemplating 1
aurlgtlielr lives or IncrxHtng the amount of
tnsuraire they already huve, Is called to thai
spenkl ailvantascs offered by tho National
Circulars, Pamphlets and fuH tiartlcnlars ..
ftvoion npp'icuiloii to tiia Branch Ofllosof
he Oouipany, or to
Clndonntl, Ohio, Gennrnl Agents for Ohio ae4
Central and Houthern Indiana.
9peclal Agent for Vinton County. . ....
JJ'ARIHCB NURSERT. t "
jr. & w. gold, , ;
Would respectftillyinferm the eittsraV f Viaesa 3
and other counties that they have, at their
IUESE3T, One Kile Kortb-lart From HcArtlar,
theTerybestvaristlea ' '
APPLE TREES, '
PEACH TREES, ' .'.
PEAR TREES, ' j
s wan antall our atock trus to name and at
as lew pneea can b obtained rnywhere, sa
invite all peraone to call snd eiamine it.
Any teller addreaaed to ua, as to prices St Ta-
netiea, will lie proinpll anyswered.
Having puTi-hasprl tho Fi'.rnltu re Establish
ment of Klcrft W.vkotr. nrenow mnuu
facturiug to order the moat . .,
of tho very latest style and finish! '
Finely Finished Bureaus,
Cane Seated Chairs, ' ' ."-
Breakfast Table-, "'
and every variety of
Usually founds in Furniture Establishments, -
aud at tbo ' .
LOWEST' CASH PRICE3I ' "
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They will also carry on this business, an "
will conatantly on hand an assortment of fine-.
ly finished Cofflna, or supply orders In any;
style desired, at - ,,,-
Extremely ' Low Pricesf
rtrasLE farm foh'
mora active duties of life, onvrs for salohts
viiluahle farm, situate two miles north of that "
Marietta A Cincinnati Railroad, In Harrtsoir
Township, Vinton county, Ohio, on Hi-,Bwt
ho leaning u-oin ciiiiiicothe to Athens, and
about 14 miles east from Chllllcotlie, 6 from
Londondery Station and 4 from Rnvsvli; '
Station, eor.tnluing 500 acres-l)oiit 8si aere .'
acres of bottom land; two comfortable dwoi.,.,.
line- hnnap4 lrv.itlitna liaoltl.e.,!. ..A,l'Vn.vl-
andstnblos; two nloeorr-hardi;the'bc!itoftlni ,;
two parts: will be Hold In Reperate parts or vt. ,
kviic. amiMii mini, i,r weMrn iunna.ua . . f
town property, can bo taken In exchanger
v. MvutniK,Hi,ii,u nmni9i
UJ Or A. 0. ELLWi T.'ou the premisea ' J""
THE NEW YOEE OBSlBTO '
IsnowPnbllehlnga Now Serial Btorf
to rnn through a large part ot the next vol;'
ume, entitled . . 4 .J
Alt HAW BtlllttAI-lhAlW u-lll M t.A ' J
We will end OroTer A Rnker'a t55 Sewlti 3
MwhineforlS New Sabscrtr. "Z,
f.uWiUW. w luiitstino uoNsnrvsr to hew
rmitteni ana now circle of influace. we tiiiki.
Ws Will SUtnrl ftHak rWKa.n... f
- " ' " three or all ' " - i for' 'W SO'-
new aubsoribera, wo will allow U oomml ! .
oo each. "
-Seno cycneelt aran.or Poat-oflJce HM r. 1
Raropla ootilea and einmlara asnt free.' '
rork Bow, aw ik. '