The I icinocriil to Caul rulil'oiuiii iitrtt of V In ton
'niiMly,iJo herony call n
DELEGATE COUNTY CONVENTION
to bo hold lit tlio Court IIouso, iji jl.oAiillinr,on
Monday, July 31st, 1871,
nt 1 o'clock I. M. of thntihiy, lorthu purpose
of whin l;ig candidate for tbo following county
unices, Iodic Yuted for on tlie second. Tuesday of
Selection of Delegates.
Tlio Democracy of Hie several Townships
will, tlicruforr, meet at the usual place ol hold
ing elections tlioivin, on
Saturday,. Jnhj 20th, 1871,
I'M wen tlio liotirxoT 8 nml 5 o'clock I. if. nml
elect lieleguti'S to represent tlio Township In
The ratio wl representation Is 1 IVlennte for
.very 25 votes cost for William Heiitlcy, for Sec
retary of Htatc, In 1870, Hint t Delegate for ev
civ frui tion of l votes.
The follow -lug Is the number of I (('legates to
which the suverul U',w'iihi arc rvsocctlvely
KtiKl" 1 1 an 3 1 Pile 7 I Harrison
Vinton ' 1 Kmwn IS 1 .Mtidimn f I ltrclilmid 8
Wilkes'c 1J Knox 2 j Clinton 8 Jackson
Tlio Convcnlion vlll appoint Delegates to
roprwent Vinton county la tlw Democratic Ju-.
dhdalund Senatorial Convention to. ho Ut'ld
ill some time and piano to be fixed hereafter
dud transact unch other busbies as may come
before the Convention.
Selection of Delegates. A. J. SWAIM.
C. P. WARD.
C. W. HOLLAND.
J. W. BOWEN.
Com. A. J. SWAIM, Chair'n.
J. W. BOWEN, Sec'y.
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
FOUR MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS.
In order that the principles, policy nml candi
dates nfthe IiciiioiMatic party sluill be an fully
and (airly presented as possible to the whole
people of Vintou and adjoining counties, we
McA R TIIUR ?:XQ VtRER,
during tliecainpalgn. or furl months from the
time oi'suliscrlbiiij;, fur the very low price ol
There will be no pecuniary piolit to us on the
paper at this low rate, but wo shall be gratiflcd
if liylhis means hundred, of the people of this
ainkvljolning counties Will subscribe unl enro
fully read it and receive the evidence and ress
oniug in behalf of Dcuiocrntlo principles nml
candidates, without perversion and misrepre
sentation. We hope zealous and active Demo
crats will forthwith send tn a ninny rmnum.
nt the above rare, as they cau obtain In their
vicinities. If there are person too poor to pay
Ihe. amount, send their name, whether they
pay or not, and wo will semi them the paper.
A Utile li mo given now in this way to thocoin
mon emiso will bring good return therefor in
J. W. BOWEN.
Let it be remembered that
tlio election to be held on
Tuesday, October 10, is of vi
tal importance to the State, as
Goveruorand other State of-
ficers, aud the Lpgilature,
which will choose a United
states senator ana re mstnet : ru
the State for membra of Con-! -Inch
1 i 1 . t w 'best
arc to be elected. e
the Democrats of Vinton I
county will engage in the con-!
tct with their unil zeil and
ttbtwuii men usual zeai ana
determination, in solid column,
and triumphantly elect the
whole ticket, District and
County, and contribute their
full sharo towards carrying the
b'tute, Let us see if we cannot
give a majority of four hun
dred for every man on the
ticket from Governor down to
Commissioner. The gentlemen
upon the State ticket arc the
friends of the poor laboring
man, and should receive the
vote of every laborer iu this
county; aud, should they be
elected to the several offices
for which they arc named, the
taxed people or Ohio may be
Bine that they will do all vith
in their power to lessen taxa
tion so that poor men can live
easier. Let every laboring
man do what ho can towards
the election of every man on
tlio ticket. Talk with: your
neighbors and urge them to
vote, the ticket so that taxes
cnii be reduced, Let all go to
work in oue solid column let
thijre bo no dissatisfaction in
AVukv Lincoln' was Presi
dent the Kadical papers used
to denounce his wife.. Grant
h President now and those
papers "pitch into'' his father.
Gen. Grant i in great dis
tress, and refuses to be com
forted. One of his Ilamble
toniau colts 'kicked tho bucket'
at Long Uranch the other day.
(Wt some lhoss nl.nn" console
.im by giving him nnothr?
Wo know ho would nrpfpt it.
Are Radical Thieves
If a Radical official steals
the money belonging to the
people, he is declared; ta to insane,
: and the Radical papers
all come out aud swiy that the
stealing was done while the of
ficial liiicf was in a fit of insan
ity.. It is now reported that a
man named McCartney, Dis
bursing officer in the Post Of
fice Department, at Washing
ton, daring a fit of insanity,
took between $30,000 and
$40,000 of the public funds to
speculate on his own private
account. 1 hat kind of insani
ty has become an epidemic
since the Radicals have been
in power. The people will
have to pay the deficiency in
this case. But it is only $30,
000 or $40,000, and, according
to Radical, they don't care
anything about such a small
sum, llis predecessor, Ulm-
stead, had a fit to the amount
The Very Latest News.
The most important news
that has been received at Mc
Arthur, since our last paper
wa9 issued, is that Gen. Ed
ward Follensbee No-Yes, the
Kadical nominee for Governor
Ohio, a resident of the
Queen City, anuounces, pri
vately of course, that he posi
tively will not empty his ex
tremely small political brain
basket, for the first time, until
After the adjournmsut of tlie
fetate Central Committee, at
Columbus, on the 22d ult., Dr.
II. C.Moore, of Allensville, the
member of the Committee for
the 11th District, paid a visit j
his old friends and relatives i
Jefferson and Carroll coun-
ties, and did cot return homeif;
until Tuesday of last week.
He informs us that the people
those two counties, without
resrard to nartv, will vote foi ;
Gen. McCook for Governor
the former county being the'
. , ', , . a , ,
residence of our noble standard .
bearer. He says that the j
Democracy in the Eastern i
part Pt the Stat?, tnroilgli
" v v ? Li
he .passed, are in tfie!
of spirit?, and feel gure.ine
that oarentire State Ticket will i V-'ote
The Very Latest News. Meeting of the Democratic
State Central Committee.
Tho Democratic totnto weuirai
Committee met nt Columbia, in pur-
Ruanco of notieo, for tho purpose of
organization, on Wednesday, June
21. hvery District in the fetato was
. i tt ,. .r -
rcprcseiueu. wr. ii. u. aiuuuk, t'r
Allensville, Vinton county, the
member of tho Committee for this
Congressional District, was present.
The committee organized by re
electing Hon Ci N. Allen, of the
Steubenville Gazette, Chairman, and
Col. J. S. Crai-l, of Richland county,
A Stato Exccutivo . Committee
was appointed, consisting of Hon.
A" G. Tlll'RMAN, Jacoii llKINnAUD,
of Franklin county; Hon. D. J. Cai,
les. of Morccr county, and Dr.
John G.Jones, of Cincinnati.
A plan of conducting a vigorous
and aggrcssivo campaign wn detor
mined on tho details of whih will
ho uVveJopod in good timo.
Tho foilpwin-j resolutions wero
adopted by tliJ Committee :
Rcsolvcl. That tin's Committeo
has beard with . profound sorrow of
tho dentn. of Clement L. ViUiitiuig'
ham, a man whoso great capacity,
varied acquirements.,, commanding
eloquence and couragsous devotion
to whatever ho bolioTeil to be right,
achioved for him a reputatiolr eo
cxtonsivo with tho Itopublic; that
his death is a national loss, rmd1 is
mourned wherover Democracy is
JlesolceiJ, That wo tondor our
heartfelt sympathy to tho widow
and fnm ily of the deceased in their
groat bereavement, and that a copy
of these resolutions bo transmitted
by tho Chairman to Mrs. Vallnndig
Xko'Stnto K'xccutivo Committee
met on Thursday ard;organizd by
electing Hon. A. Cr. Thui-tvmn,
Chairman, D. J. Callcn, Secretary,
and Jacob Hoinhard, Treasurer.
St. John's Day, the 24th of
June, was celebrated in grand
style nt Pnt-in-Uny, )y the
A Reverend Radical Official
At the sitting of United
States Grand Jury, at Cincin
nati,, in April last, an indict
ment was found against the
Rev. Maxwell P. Gaddis, one
of the leading sanctimonious
Radicals of that city. The
indictment contains n, charge in
eight different counts, to the
effect that the Rev. Gaddis,
while Assessor of Interna
Revenue in the Second District
(part of Hamilton county,)
had neglected the duties of his
office and taken bribes.
The case was called up in
the United States Criminal
Court on the 7th of June,
when on motion of the attor
neys for the defendant, the
case was continued on account
of the ill-health of the defend
ant. In support of the motion
an afljclavit of the attending
physician of Rev. Gaddis, now
of Brooklyn, New York, was
filed. The physician testified
illness of the unfortunate de
fendant, from an attack of
acute softening of the brain,
caused by over mental exertion
accompanied by erysipelas,
with violent fever and delirium,
and that La was at that time in
a critical condition, his memory
failing him in the slightest
matter. It now appears that
Mr. Gaddis' serious illness has
resulted in insanity, and that
he has been placed in a Xew i
lork asylum lor necessary
The No-Yes Platform of the
The Albany Argus says:
Mr. No-Yes, who is nomina
ted by the Radicals of Ohio
(jovernor in that State,
seenst0 express m .his name
the contradictory position of
Ms party on all public quos--to
Hons. The course of the party
now precisely N. XW. by
MV'' meets nil tlie ques-
tiuiio wi i iwtj "j .in .iiiii iiui
tive and negative. The plat
form adopted expresses this
yea and nay attitude. The
course ot the Republican par-
y in preserving the Union, it
I'1 m!, "ie ad.
miration and confidence of the
r0llnt.Yr, yefc jt challenges
these qualities as a duellist
does, m order to combat and
ineui. me resoiuuons
' Ye i V- c
hen go . on ,n .clfhxntlatioi, of
I'1111) onor aim In
gres?, good faith towards cred
hope itorg witness its irredeemable
paper monby; for its economy
witness lis piTiums upon
-i .... i. .; i.
iDuuui aiiti us javisii
nients njxm corporations; for
its reduction of the public tax"-
in the interest ot the man-
T.i f nrova nnnvni'ft nF f.Jirll
. e Lr i e- n
service reform and of Grant s
action thereon witness the
Custom House, the Internal
Revenue aud the Diplomatic
appointments of Grant, and his
nepotism and favoritism. But
the grossest and most impu
dent declaration i.s that which
condemns the policy of grant
ing subsidies, to corporate mo
nopolies, and holds that the
public domain should be kept
for the laboring population.
The resolution declaring that
the administration has won im
perishable fame by its conces
sions to Great Britain in the
recent treaty is simply silly;
but the condemnation of sub
sidies, and the declaration that
the public land should be re
served for the laboring poor, is
stupendous specimen of impu
dence. Why, this very party since
advent to power has given-
cwuy to railroad corporations
much land as the whole of
original thirteen States of
the Unioji. It has been the
greatest robber the earth has
r.,, 1 1 I
seen. 1 nere Jias ucen no paral
in history to its rapacity
lint while positive in its im
pudence and hypocrisy, the
Convention ffot back to its
double faced policy when it
came to ppeak of the tariff.
i'Tlie duty on imports," it de
clared "should' be so-adjusted
to promote tlie interests of
every section and branch of in
dustry, as far an possible."
Here we have the true ies
and TSro platform. It means
protection; and yet it doVt
mean protection. It means
Ye-; aud yet it clearly says
Mr. William McGiike, tho well
known and highly esteemed, pro
priotor of Lincoln I'urnaco, diotl nt
his residence j-estorday morning nt
half-past scroll o'clock, llo will bo
buried to-day with Masonic honors,
nt a gravo yard two miles south-east
oi iicrnn. . r
With pleasure we announce
to our readers that this grand
if a t t -rT
collection or living wonui'rs
is coming to McArthur, on
Thursday, July 13th.
holding i.OQO people, are used
for exhibiting the "rare, strange
and curious" collection of ani
m ils, and to present the nrenic
lisplays.. ' Three hundred and
fifty men and horses constitute
he working1 force of the 'show.'
All the wagons, harness, hous
ings, etc., are new, and the en
tire concern ..represents a cash
value of nearly half a million
dollars. In the way of novel
ties there is the old war cle-
hant, Romeo, who tips ten
thousand pounds, solid avordu
pois. Tnis huge monster is un
doubtedly the worst behaved
elephant in captivity towards
lis keepers. lie has during
he past eight years killed
hrce, and in I860 attempted
kill his. present master, but
jc did not succeed at that
little game," and IlhI one of
his eyes shot out and about
twenty eight bullets imbedded
his trunk during the struggle.
hatred is intense toward
everybody connected with the
show to visitors and outsiders
is gentle as a lamb. Exhi
bitions, afternoon and evening.
We are daily asked in re
gard to Railroad prospects,
Ve have ctcSr.'He news in
regard to the matter. Wc
understand, however, that the
surveying party is still on the
line, but will probably con
clude its work this week.
Thcu, much time must be con
sumed in-making estimates,
after which, if the road is to be
built, and we have confidence
that it will be, we shall hear of
proposals for work.
It is a heavy undertaking
one that requires much prelim
inary work and we must wait
patiently for that preliminary
work to be accomplished. e
lelicve the board is pushing
the enterprise as rapidly as
11 forannonnilnu milisrrllifri if not, 1.V.
jfojf-l'ajralil in Adviinrp.
w. ,nif h,.rl.J to finuoiinro tho rimf of
Almonii Soui.i. l raili"litfl fur re el.v
tii.nto theofflr of Jtpis; -ntiitive. miljiiot Id
tlieiUiciJlon of thy imiuouratio Cuiintj- tonvtii-
FAilnr Etiqnlffr: Annotmoo til n nnmo of
WILI.IA.M V. Jm,l'oai.ir Itiililiind, nn
miitnhlu emiillilntc fur Aixtltnr. tuliji'ct to tho
We nni authorizm! to nnnoimcB Oi nnmo
OKVII.LK OI.'NNINti, of Clintnn, at a hiiIIii
lile ciindiiliite for Atulitirr. milijoct to tho nVcin
imioftlio Iii'inornitio County Convention, on
31st of July. " .
)lr Unyntm You- will announce tlio nanmof
GKOItliK W. 1'KAIWrK nun nultuble iitmll
ditto for HmtoTc, niil.irrt t thoilucition of tlio
Wx are autlrorl.;l tflannoiinon tlionnrne of
FRANCIS M. Jf)Wl, nun nultnblii unitalilo
cnnillilnle forUm-oniur, suliject to tlioilcciNlon
the DamoaratlcCounty Convention, on tho
W.BmMn; ri(int)innonnr.o tlio name of
TOH.MA3 A. MUKKAY. hi n cjin.ll.lalo for
Iloronler. niiliJtN-t to tli dei'i'i.iiin of tlio Demo
Kil. Ettqiilrtr; rionxe nnnoniKO llio niiihHof
. lAl'()OLKHaciillilto for I'rowii
Attornoy. milijoct to tlio locllon of tu
ni'll fflTorul Now I'nlmttod Art irlen which
have not yet lon Introduced, nml wlilr.h
cnnlM))lil In viry lioo-o In clt or country,
AkhiiU wlMinro nt irork arc clearing from 14 to
FnrdcKorlptlvei'liT-ulnmnii'l tcrmiro Agent
Kildrcmi J. li. UKANHON .
Dealcra In PnftMitirand Agent' Hupplio,
nil No 1 SlxtnSl., I'lttHlHirnh,!,
Heirs ol' John IV. Ileftkctt.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE l( herfhy given Unit Iwl Hlrnn,
Unnnllmf'nr harlcn ft miry. Jnmiti Wll
llnm, nml llciijaiiilii Hftthcr llc.kott, hiiaDlol
Accounti with nir) ward, for nnnl lettln.
nii'iitl nml Hint Hie hrnrh'K of Iho naniii Imirt
iuriucnii oi .Miiy, a. u. itr.i. ni n ii kkk-h , m,
II. II. NAYO.
Eitatftof William HofThinef.
Probata Court, Virvtbri County, Ohio.
NOTCKIn lion (flvn that, Vn Hofrhlnf.,
Exeriitor of tho Ktnl of William lloir
hinei, ilffcmxfil, lini tlloil hli account for par.
Miltlnnmnt with tlio Fjdiite ofHlcilooUiiiti
Hint tlio nnmo It n't for. honrlng on tho
Wlhof July, A, I).l8"il, utl0t)'c1o-k A. r.
II. II. MAYO.
Julys, 11-11 i'robulo Jmlge.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
On and after May 14, 1871, Trains will
run as follows:
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C'lNTIXNATI KXPHESH urlll rim illlv.
Allolln-rTraliis iliillv, pxivpt Hiuiiliiv.
CINl l.WlTl KXl'UKHS KAKT inakeH no
stop lict wi-iiii lliiiiiilcn nml Athrns.
3.1 "i v. M. IIMKI a. M.
8.51 " 7.(HI '
.'J0 " 11.00 "
'i.OSA. M. 124.1 P. N.
UV 4::a "
ia.u.1 km. ft. to "
Ar v. .Im-kton
Trains Connect at Loveland.
Fiiriill l ntK on tin' I. title Mliinil Itullrtin.l. iiml
nt lliv li'llaii.'ii"li A inriiiii.'iti Kailroail June
li'.'ti fur nil ("liiiU West.
W. W. PEABODY,
Master of Transportation.
KANSAS & MISSOURI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
3 EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY 3
RUN THROUGH FROM
Cincinnati Without Change of Cars!
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI ONLY ROAD
Owned nml opprntcd by onoi'iHiipHiiy from f In
rinnntl to St. Lmiis. Own-lore; p:-'iiKr uro
S I ' I: !: ol IiuIiik i arriuil llitonli wltliout cllan$o
tlie pisihlllty IncliU'iit to otlicr rou(c (which
nru iiiiiiIu up nf m'VitiiI Hhort roruls) of nilfin
coniifctiiiiu, nml Hiilii'tlni lliolr iasNongiT to
Families and Others Seeking Homes
in the rich yn!lpy nnd on tlie fertile pro Irion of
ni'swrn .niMioiiri, nuiiHU, .Mrnril'Kii. uoiornilo,
theiiuoe ilitnnt Htuteol l nllfornirt, will con-
It. their own hitorcst liy c.nlUn on orinldrcsH
iiiK the imderHiynwl, C'intrnctliiif Agent, m a
long rvfidcULM! In tlio weMtern coiint.r' linn fit
inilinriwd him with tlio bent loentfticn.
TU1 Ronto in 37 milev Shorter than
(inn li puielinKed lit till the Principal Ticket
OlliccMit' Connect inu Mue, and in llini'iniinti
lit tlie flcnenil Olliues of the Couipnny,
II!) Vine Street,
Er:adv77, ornsr Tront Street,
Main Streai, COrner Levee, nnd at De
pot foit of Mill Street,
K. KOLLI'T, J. r.filUSWOI,l
tk'u.riHs.&Tlcket AVt, tlcn.8lPrjnten.lcnt
St. Louis. St. JxuIh.
Colitriicllni; I'liRsoliKcr AKont,
111) Vine Ml,, t Inciiumtl, Ohio.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Tho completion of tiro tiuUville Division nf
road and tho Hplciulld i'iiilpmont lor pints
eui(er iravol miikcn this tlie
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
RAILWAY. 3 THROUGH TRAINS 3
With' Direct Cennectlonn tnun the Knft for
Loaisvllle Without Changa of Cars!
Tli ta Mliirnnly rond whosit triiln leave Cln
clnnnti null iiA'scnxem me delivered nt depolrt,
hotola or ruHldoiieea in l-iisville KUKK.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio 0 Miss.,
and' take no others.
DAILY. THROUGH TICKETS
DAILY. THROUGH TICKETS Can be purchased at all the
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES AND IN
At the General Offices of the Company
119 VINE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main St., cor. Levee,
Mini at the Depot, font of &ti II Street.
CIIA8. G. FOT.LF.TT,
Uen.l'uHa. & Ticket A 'at
ton tract in rut'cn irr Arc nt '
110 Vino St., ClnclnnuU, Ohio.
THE LARGEST SHOW IN THE WORLD AND
a.-T"',1" 'J- ,-!-'- KIV''tfV - 1 )'- W" l- - auw mm
'i n'ii 'ii ' ii'('-t mi i"Tin i w" ' I" i:c-icjt
THE ONXY PROGRESSIVE EXHIBITION IN AMERICA I
Will Exhibit nt
McAKTIIUK, THURSDAY, ISIh. 1871.
MCSEDM km ZOOLOGICAL & EQUESTBIAN INSTITUTE
Kowoo its Fifth Trtttwilin Tour of tho VnitcdBtutiw.
350 Men and Horses!
Tlio picnl feature! TIIK CUM (' AND MK
AtiKltlK HKI'AltATk! KXHI IIITIONSI nnd it
l IWo first riiiI only Circus unit ileuiiRerio in
the world cslilbittnn nnilcr
TWO BIAMMOTII TEXTS!
Orniinlaed lit ncost of IIAI.K X nil.MO
IOL.IKS. anil every whom iickiioHludyod to'
to lit thuoitly
In tbo Cnllud Stnte In tlie Zoolmjlcnl De
paTtinent can lie seen tlie oulv livincr TKi:K
TOPPJ5R III Amcrlcn, weiulililK (Ml llw ; nil. I
tlio only CAR.V BOO ever iscon iu this country.
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M'elgliliijr UljOOU lba.
In her "littlo liwl." wcl)rhln)( Only 400 lb.
I)ro ve of miOMlU)AllIlH
and WHITE CAMELS,
Krom Soiitli Ainericn. And ho folliwlii(
nnineil rure mid Foreign AnlmnlN niu4 Jiinl.,
Ilii'Hiine lieiiiK the l:nt;(,'st, the costliest nnd
tho most iiltmctlvo rollection of the "AI.
MKiHTY's LIVING POEMS," ever nxm
Iinteil lorn traveling Mcnatrtrie, in this or any
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It in tlio Irfst ami moat taicntca Circus orgaulcntiou Iu America.
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3,JELJ1uNX OTLOOESOION !!
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