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tliiiijj to aland the scrutiny of the moct
the ynitl or in liny t.hn to unit pur.:ha
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ithode Mum!, Coimeclicut,
Netv llniiipfhirei, Veimont, Mnino, New
York, IVrmsylvntiiii, New .loi.-iey, Novo
S.'otirt, New llrunnwirk, I'rince Ed
H'ltrd'a lhliitul, unci loiuinion of ('una
dit, during the po.t nine yeni-a.
I'htse celebnitod ierrlea never
lire thu ey, mid Iiint many yeara with
N. 1'. WIM.IOIfcOV,
' " denier in
ci oc k 3. watches;. nd JhWKi.KV,
SOl.r AGENTS fortho ixtle of thost
from whom only lUoy eHn be j.iocuicd.
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fuatidioua. They keep goods tosell l.v
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cxprditiuuely ami chenp.
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'o havi .f net received and opened
mo iviirgcaioiocK or
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Ever brought to town, and of the most
(tetiraiile pntterna and quality-from a
Common llrown ta fine Gilt Paper
which we will uU
EOIVEU than EVEIt 111: TO It El
Our atock embracea tho best and fi-
neat variety in the market, purehttnod
direct from tho .Manufacturer!.' und
ennnot be auriiHuaed for beauty of
i j ten mm j rica.
March 19, 1S69.
JtHANlw J'KFPKRS . Proprietor.
Every accommodation afforded guebtt,
ana tne aiauiuiK may be con
aidercd tho beat.
0 1 V T. T II T. M A CALL.
Tito noxt Term will
comment September JOIh and continue
thirteen weeks, with Ihe following Board
f inatructort i
REV. SOLOMOJf IIOWARD, D. D. LL. D.,
rretident and Professor of Intellectual and
REV. A. 8. 0IBB0!8, A. M. M. D.,
I'rofettor of Mineralogy, Chemistry and
REV. w. II. SCOTT, A. It
Frofcttor of Oreek Language aud Literature.
W. 11. O. ADSEV, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics.
REV. W. II. 1I1R8T, A. M.,
Frofetaor of Latin Language and Literatura.
The University offers lo yonng
men auperior racmnea lor filling themtel
net for Monitions of honor ami uaafulneaa.-
Hlndenla will bo prepared for the C'olletre
Classes under t"he immediate instruction of
in 1'rolea.ora of the aeveral Department!,
who will alto give Noi l,TrircTio to
urn at are preparing to teacb.
Roniia are furninheit in the University,
for a mnll fee, In which studcnti mar re
aid and board themselves at a very little
expense, whan limited meant make thu
Tha following ncrsont nra admitted, frro
of charge for tuition i
1. One atudent from enrh eoun'e of the
8late, to bo eleetd by the County Commit
ionert and Ilia Auditor.
2. Any United States volunteer, a citl
icn of Ohio, who has been disabled in the
arvice and honorably diacharged ; and
S. Any honorably discharged volunteer,
who entered the aervice aa a minor, for at
long a time at ho nut iu the service under
For further information tend to the
President for Catalogue.
Br Order or Faculty-.
AraaKt, Onto, Jilt 23, 'Ci'im.
J. T. C R K V ,
Over Brewtter'l Store, near Court Houae.
Ill Collrctioni Promptly Altcndid to.
IS69. Faring Trade. 1S69.
Adams & Ivaltlor
have a well aeleeted .i.'V of Trv fin,.,.
droceriea, Qucntware, liuola md fchuct, Ac,
O RE A TL y Jt E It V CJCP PR CES
STOIIE i .Wth-Wct Corner of (enter and
April 23 ly.
Oulery of Art.
w, c. thcmizi:
atkt tha p il.lio to call aud examine hit
tpeeimen Phoiagrnpha, r'crrnlvea, Am
brotyprt, Oenia, Ac., Ac, which cannot be
in ,HMc.l anywliere. lie liua pcrrecled !
raiixemenlt vherebv anv one can he an
eomoduled with the finest of Oil Tainting
and picturea of India Ink Work. Kooint
over BiHine't Baddler Shop, iu .1. CI. Htone't
Huildilig, Ceuur Blruet, M'Couulvillef
Jau 1 ly.
J. E. At t in. R. Ilauna,
Attorneys A t Ta-w.
&r COXi ELS TILL E, OHIO,
Will attend promptly to all buameea en
tniatud to them, eiiecial attention uiven
to collection. OrTic on Center Hlreel, three
n 01 me 1 UbllC buu.re.
Tbomat J. llarria ) The mid Ablf al P.
v. a. I llarria whoae reaideuce
Abigal f. Harrlt. I it iinkuswn. will lake
notice that the tame Tbomaa J. Ilarrit of
tne county ol Morgan, in the Stale of Ohio,
did on the lOlh dav of July, I860, file hit
petition in the Court of Common I'lent,
within aud lor tha county of Morgan, in
aaid bin to of Ohio, againat the laid Abieal
1'. Uarria defendant, aeltn.g forth that the
tame Abigal I'. llarria did on or about the
luin uay or May, I8rl, rommit adultery
with one Verner Bowmun al Amuavillo.
Albeua county, Ohio, and ainca that time
nat occii living with aaid Howman, in a
ttate of adultery, and that the prayer In
uid petition ia that tha miiia I'hon.at .1,
Harm be divorced frrin the taid Abigul
P. Hurrit, and the. laid Abigal P. Hum. ia
notified that the ia required to appenr anil
antwer taid petition ou or before the 20 day
of September. 1800, or the alligation! of the
petition will be taken at true.
Hall A Powaa
Attorneya for Thomat J, llarrit.
Aug. 6, Ihstl ow
ADMIN ISTIlVrOIl'S SALE.
I.i puisunnco f tho order of the
Court of Probate of Mnrran county. Ohio.
on Buturday, the 4ih day of September, A.
v now, ut jv o'CIock. A. N. of aalit day, I
will oiler lor tela at Torbert'a Grocery, in
the village of Koaaeou in Union towtiahip,
In auid county, at puLlio veudue, the fol
lowing dctcril.ud real lule. ailuated in
aaid county and in the tHiieaville Land Dia
lr.it, to witi 'Ike North Weat quarlei of
Section twcntv-ihire, (23) iu Tuwuthin
eight, (H) of f ntige lliirleeiii ( 13) )a0, the
fullowiiie tract in the Ohio L' oiiiiihiiv'. otir-
choae, to-wit: The I'orlh Inill of tha liurth
Eaut nuarler aud the Norlh hulf of the
routn ball orihe North En.i qniirtcr of 6cc.
tion eleven, (in Towiiahip aeven, (7) of
KiuiffH thirteen. 113) the Hr.i t rni,t mill I a i II-
ing 100 arret more or leaa. ami .i.i.r,il..l al
nuu iun .veanti iracl COllt.H III I n f 'J4
acrct, more or leaa, and appraiaed at t.Wlo,
to be told at not teat tbau two-lhir.lt of the
apprniaed value, i'ayuienta at fullowt:
one-third cf imrvbaae moiiev it, huml ....J
a'.n. ....i.i... , . ' . ' : .
one-third iu one year, and one third iu tii
yean, from the day ol talei the defcr.erf
piiyinenta to beur mU'reat from the day of
ale, aud lo .be tecured by mortgugu upon
thu prcniitea. At the e,ime time wilt be
aold, ami at '.he aame place divtira goodt
and rliHltlecoiiaiatingm' wheat, oala, corn,
hay, olio tola, -co acrew, 1 let, uf burneat,
1 ileiRh, one-hulf Kairbiink'i fiioek
and otbor artielea, the lermiof which aala
will be made known on the dnv of ante.
' W1LI.IA M Nli'l'SU' i vera '
Adminiatratur at the ui.1. .f
Aug. I, 18H Wood A Poao Atfyt.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
. II. PENDLETON,
For. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
T. J. GODFREY,
FOR JCDGK OF SLTREME COURT
YT1M.IAM J. 4II.MORi:,
FOR TREASURER OF 5TITE,
stkiiie! in untn,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
, JOII M.COVMXL,
FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF TUB-
n. r. t iu RciiiLL,
000,000,300 Persons. men Wonen
and children, Republicans
and Democrats, from
Near 000,000,500 Souls, Country
and Town, Assembled at
Hayes Don't like Andy Johnson,
but Worships Grant—Is
Glad there is a Revenue tax
on Whisky and Tobacco because
Fops and Fools and
Fops and Fools and Johnny Rebs are made thereby
to help pay off the National
Debt. Thinks the Bills Recommended
by Himself, and Introduced.
Advocated and Voted for
by Col. F. B. Pond in the Ohio
Legislature should be Rebuked
by the Voters of Ohio at
The Polls this Fall—Thinks
Hon. George H. Pendleton to
be a Gentleman—Says Rosecrans
didn't pay for his Telegraphic
the Nomination for Governor
—Endorses action of the
People's County Convention
of Morgan county-Concluded
by Admitting the Possibility
of his being Deteated
for Governor this Fall.
The Immense (!) crowd of men,
women and children, Republicans
and Democrats, Disperse
with Subdued Feeling.
Tiik Ilitycrt llcctinj;, w'licti wiib
ao t'Xtcnaivcly udvci lisoil during tho
pllt thrcO V0i;l8, (-11 mo off ut tho
iij'iHiinied time, on lual Wctlncxdny
About tin-no hundred niun, women
und children from te counlrj-, n
I .... - ,' 1 , m .
uuui outi nunurca ot wnoin were
llcniocraU, inndo tli'oir nppcuruiico
in towu in good Bi'HHon. (Jovcrnor
II113 en urrived hero ubout eleven
o'clock, A. V., and win very quiet!.1
tukon to Ilia Centrnl House for din
ner. After dinnur the ei vices of
the silver cornet bund wcro culled
in, and Jluyes was ccortcd to tbo
(3rovi, About fivo hundred per
sona, counting men, women nnd
children, were naHemblod there; aud
ultur tho uuuul preliminaries in 0
poning a political meeting, Goroi n.
or Rutherford B. Iluycu, im io takes
great satisfaction iu calling him
self, stepped forward and begau Ins
JIo began by holding np Andrew
Johnsons Administration as the
quintcMsencoof rottenness, and tried
to make it appear that it was a
Deinocialio Adminietralion for
getting that Andrew Johnson was
shorn of all power by tho Rump
Congrens, and was thereby unable
to put any Democratic ideas into
cfluct.iii tbo admiuiatratiou of Na
Next, ho eulogised thu economy
oi Grant's adutinitttr-ition so fur
praising the ability tbo Secretary of
tho treasury is displaying in caus
ing lightness in tho money market,
aud causing such agenorul dopros
sion in trade that assignments and
bankruptcy aro but every duy oc
Next, he (-coins lo bo glad that we
liavo a National debt that neccssi
tatcs a Rorcnuo tax on al! kinds of
lubor and nil articles of consump
tion glad, we say, beeaono it nf.
fords a chanco fir a littlo revengo
011 thu Johnny Robs who have to
labor und to use these nrticloH of
consumption. In connection with
the Johnnys, he mado a hit at tho
fops and fools who use tobacco.
Ho said it done him good to see a
fellow stepping down street puffing
away at a cighr, and in that way
indtibtriouslv assisting in paying off
tho National debt.
ITusuid the People of Ohio need
not bo troubled about the wlniaky
manufaoturod in this Slate, aa it
was not consumed here. It v..s all
tout down tho A!ibi.HiH Rircr to
tho Johnny Robs, who put it under
their veal, and the Johnnys were
in that forced to pay off a grout
portion of the debt. Thi- was the
only hit w noticed that he mado at
the Prohibition party,-
Ho had considerable to say about
the Ohio Logiidaturo. The last Ro
publican Legislature incroaaod tho
aalury of members of the Legisla
ture to five dollars a day ; anJ as a
consequence, the expenses of tho
two last seasions Wore greater than
heretofore Farther, Governor
Hnyes, himself, recommended the
pi.HS.ige of certain laws which wo'd
lncrcaso tho burdons of taxation;
and Col. F. 11. Pond, the present Re
publican cundiduto for Attorney
General, introduced, sdvocntod ihe
pnsango of, and voted for certain
hill-i which grently increases the
bunions of taxation all thoso acts,
which tctniinatod in placing tin
whol osomo laws in tho statute books
of Ohio, wns deprecated by Gov.
lie save Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton
is a gentleman in every sense of tho
word; but he tells rather a hard
story on Gen. RosocrMns. Ho says
Rosci rans wouldn't pay tho char
gos on his telegraphic dispatch de
clining the nomination for Govorn.
or. Hnyes.you. hadn't ought tc be
bo hard upon your old comrado in
arms. If ilb truo, yon hadn't ought
to havo tolu it.
But after all is said, wo havo a
ind of a warm feeling for Govern
or Hayes. Hoovidontlyrecognir.es
the action of the People's County
Convention as tho correct thing.
Ho says tho pooplo of Ohio cannot
stand tho increased taxation that
will ensno from local improvemente,
and ho warns them against all snoli
projects us tho PikesroaJ project.
This is rather hnrd on Stanton, Dave
I inkorloii & Co., but it, in cvidoutly
Huyes' honest, (Hayes says ho is uu
honest man, nnd of course bo must
In conclusion, Gov. Hayes advi
sed all his hearers to vote for him
as no leit there wus great nood of
his getting every voto possible
Ho evidently tlocs not look on his
election as a Buro thin".
At tbo closo of tho speech, the
bund was called upon for music, af
ter which thrco sicatly shouts went
ii i for Governor Rutherford B.
Hayes, and tho crowd quietly dispersed.
MR. PENDLETON'S LETTER
ACCEPTING THE NOMINATION
COLUMBUS, OHIO, Aug. 10th, 1869.
lion Oeorge It. Pendleton
Dsas Siai You have been unanlmoualy
nominated at tha Pcmocratio cuudidute for
Governor of Ohio, to fill tha vacancy oeca
aioned by tbe declination ofGcn. W. fl. Ho
aecruut for reaaont portonal to himtelf and
complimentary to tbe Democracy. We are
deputed by the Denioeralio 8 late Central
Com in it toe to rrqueat your acceptance, well
aware at wa are that nonomiuatioiie eould
receive to earneat and cordial an endorce
ineut from the Democratic and conserva
tive peoplo of thia State, or intpire them
with tuch conCilcuce of auceeta. Wa well
underatand that you fully icoord wilh tha
principle! enunciated by tha Democratic
State Convention of Ohio eiteiubled ou tbe
7th of July, and wa kuow that no more able
or acceptable exponent of tbeee principle!
eould he named. Awaiting your reapnntei
and with lincera p.eaaure in communicating
to you thaempbatio wiah of the Democracy,
B. F. BtMOHAat,
II. II. Dodge,
A. 8. Ramav,
E. V. BaooaniLD,
CINCINNATI, Aug, 15, 1869.
Mtstaa. t. F. Binoiam, H.II. Dodon, David
Taai.L, A. S. Rammiv, E.V. DaooantLD,
GtNTLtiitN i I havs received , by the hand
of your Chairman, your letter notifying nie
formally of my nomination, by the Demo.
cratia Stato Central Committee, at a candi
date for theolllco of Governor, to tupply
tbe vacancy cauaed by tha declination of
Oenvrul Rotucriina. I repeat to you what I
taid to the Committee by telegraph, that If
il wee their uuauiniom opinion, notwitb
stun. ling my view and withei, that I ought
accept tbe nonitfation, I would couiidor
their request at an imperative eoramuud to
make tha eanvaia, aud I would do to to the
beat of my ability.
I presume ft it well known to all who
lake au iuterett In these m-.tUre, that I did
not desire thia nomination. I appreciated
fully itt importance I racognlwd the dig-
ily or the nign oCica. I believed your
nominee would ba elected, hut my health
Impaired by an accident my oceupationt
aud my plat, of life tor the prauut ooinbiu
lo prevent ray desiring it
Tha nomination of General Roaecrani
Con. maraud my cordial and aealout up
purt. When be declined, because be had
removed from tb 8'ite, I wi tuxiout for
tbanomu.tiouofawi. and .ccouipii.h.d I
"" '" .w.-.-i juriai sua aieteimaa j
Judge Ranneyor of a gallant and patri
otic aoldier Oeneral Mc Cook -or of one of
the other dialinguiahrd gentlemen who had
been vwd for ia tha Convention; but when
they all riecl-ae.f, and the Committee With
entire ananimity and with their concur
rence, tenderer! ma tha nomination, and
with great urgency elnimed my eervieet, I
felt that I hid no alternative but lo accede
to their wiahet t fell that my peraona) eon
vonienea muil be ti for nothing la tba
pretence of the demand of that great and
patriotie party which had to often and to
eignally honored ma wilh itt confidence.
In thlt tplrit, I accepted tha nomination,
ant! will do whatever I in troth and honor
may, to tecore tbe election.
1 will not now di aeon the qneatinwe whieh
divide the partiea. In due time I trnat to
be to far recovered aa to be able to take part
in the great debate.
Governor llnyea, In hia apeech at Wil
mington, forgot to allude to tha Fifteenth
Amendment and hia vlewt on that import
In diacuteing the fiuancet, he taid, wear
"iu the midst of profound peace. Yet mon
ey ia tea ret and buiiuei depreeaed." lie
might have added employment ia difficult
to b obtained that labor la badly reward
ed that industrial puriuite are all hamp
ered that enterprising iren engaged in bus
iness are ttanding on the very verge of
bankruptcythat Interest ia euormously
bih that tha tariff ia most oppressive
that the internal taxation it most unequal,
unjuat and onerot.s that dead capital ia
exempted and active capital and labor are
weighed down; and, warming, with the pie
ture, ho might alao have aaid that for eight
yeart tha Republican party had been in ab
solute poatest'on of tb Government) that a
Republican Secretary of the Treasury hat
now control of tha money market of the
country; aud that ha uses hit power only
still further to contract thecurrency, to in
ercaio the "hard timet," aud tobuy over
due bunds at out hundred and twenty do!
iurt, which by law he it ettillod to pay at
par; thereby Inking twenty dollar for ev
ery hundred from the tax payer aud givlug
it to the boudholder.
The farmer, the merchant, the mauufue
turer will atk why these Ihiugi are to?
What is the causer What ia tho remedy?
They ai Important questioni lhia fait
They touch ui all Democrat and Republi
can! alike. Thejr riie above the domain of
mere partisan politici, and ihould be con
sidered with the cnlmcsf reasou, tho pureil
motives, and the best judgment.
In this spirit I ahud ducute them so soon
as I am able lo take pari wilh my fricuiit
iu tha activity of the eanvaat. Of tha re
mit iu Oetoler, we uecd have no fcure.
I am very re..llully,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON.
Local, Political and Otherwise
BY A CONTRIBUTOR.
Secretary Boiitwki.i., in bis
i..oiithly report for July of tho a
mount of tho public debt, nfior giv
ing the figures in detail, usot tneso
words: ' Total dcit, lJriiu-ipul imt
Interest 32,0.5. 170,291." Any oth
er figuring from any other quarter
in rcirurd to tbo present amount of
the Nutionul debt is not truo und is
put forth for the purpoBo of deceiv
ing the peoplo.
Boutwoll a report shows this fact
that, on tho lt day of July last, the
public uebt was twj hundred and
sovonly-nino million dollars larger
man it was on ino 1st day of April
1805, when the war was ubout
From all accounts, the Radicals
had a lively time at their Senatorial
Convention, at Beverly, on last
pi i.... .
xuuiBuuy. oiorun county was
there with Delegates and several
outside leggcrs and pouters, do
manding tliul the candidate should
como from this county. Morgan
troiioa out a row ot her wind-bro
ken, spavined, knock-kneod and
otherwise damaged nags, and callod
upon tho other couni:e, (Noble and
ii nniiiuiuii, -m ciour me iracK.
A black woolly nug from Washing
ton county, by tlio nainu of Stimon
wus on to red for the pool, totally din
roL-urdiiig tbo danu and etissos ci
the Mor;:initos " Htiinso't distanced
our Sprmriio, Kennedy, White and
iJiindy. 'A hoy were nowhere. They
wore Incontinently "lotback." I,it
tie Noble helped to do it. The No
ble Pelt-gates coquetted all round
tho board, but got whnt they went
.1... .1. ..... C If .. J
iin liiiien. oi iijornn county
u.rti..nU 'Fl..,m m... .-.i:l... 1
...i.e. iij io-euiii uiieiK-u H
purtiul revengo on Morirmi for hor
oust inUdelity, but hold ibonisolvos
ready to uonsuinmate the work in
Rovenne Commissioner. Polano.
Grants spjxiinteo to that place, has
issued an order requiring; all organ
ised Buso-ball CI u lis to take out n
ten dollar liune before they can
pluy ut that gHino, and a rovenao
lax of J2:00 on each ouo hundred
dollars ot their recuints.
Well, this is coming it over the
noys pretty strong. It is the busj.
nose of Rudical otllcials, Hko Pela
no, to hunt up objects for taxation,
whether theyjiave any luw fir il
or not. Tho Bond holders muni
have their interest i, gold. B tse
bnll plsyersmav as well Dav tnhnta
to tho Bond holders by tho bull mij
oaw us Dy tne shovel und hue.
A National debt means hr I U.
bor, scant clolhinc. brown bread
and ro meut.''
It also mams " that the rich shall
be made richer and tho poor made
The lIiTolA, in noticing the action
of the Temperance men of Ohio, in
nominating a full Stato ticket, la
meiiis the movement and rogriet
it " as the first tep towards tho
election of Rosecrans."
Wo know the fact and it i oh.
errant to all who are watching the
torrent events of the day, that there
are a goodly numborof Republicans
iu Ohio, who are conscientious on
tho subject of Temperance, who de
sire and pruy for the advancement
of that glorious ennao throughout
tho earth, and who, tYrjm pnrty tm-hr
snd givers, have in timos past beeu
forced and rcqnirod to-voto for no
torious drunkards to fill high and
responsible public stations, bikIi an
President, Vice-President, Gov
ernors, Judges, Jc.Ae. Those Tom.
pornnco men may be few or many,
but they desire now to take a morn
exulted and elevated position, and
show their power aud , tnfluonoo at
the next election.
Hayes for Governor ani Pond for
Attorney Goner.d, on tha Radical
tickcl, Boom tot to suit thecoIJ wa
ter taste of tho Temporanco men of
this Stato. They aro detormined,
therefore, n. longer to trust and
confido in such men, no matter what
may b the promises and profes
sions of their interested frionds.
So, Mr. Herald you may as well dry
up on tins question ai d fall back
upon your cock-t.::ls, Brandy Smash
and Whisky straight. You will
hnvo your hands lull of business,
when you undertake to whin fV
coax in and fnr in tho independent
votors ol this county.
In the good old days of Domoo
racy, whon we were at peace with
all tho world nnd the rest of man
kind," we, as a peoplo, only paid
a tax of seventy million of dollars
por your, on the foreign trado ol the
country. Now, undor Radical Cov.
crnmntit. there Is n tux upon it of
oi.o hundred and seventy million in
gold. The trado then (1SG0) was
about tho sarno us it ia new, vis ,
Two years ago, tho peoplo of Ohio
vote I down Negro au!TYaio by fifty
thousand ni.Tj.,rily. V0t, Hayes and
hisassooialeson IheRepublicaii tick
et aro now endeavoring to force it np.
cn tho Suto by ano'-lior Constitu
tional nmendmetit, to bo adopted
without consulting tho p-oplo.
The Bond holder pnys no tax to
keep thu road in rcp.tir over which
ho travels, or for the support of the
public schools that oducnlc his chil
dren ; or, for tho police force that is
kept ir to prevent his bonds from
being stolen; nor, for any purposes,
whatever, doos ho pny taxes. NW
a half million dollars ot tho wealth
of Morgan county, invostod in Gov
ernment socoriiics, la entirely ex
empt from tho pnyment of any tax.
Is it not lime that the people, who
do contribute to the support of Gov
eminent, in Iho shape of high taxoi,
should rlso in thoir strong th nod
inquire after this unjust exemption?
Aitr Yoc in Want or Waste Pa
per? A great many hundred
pounds of electioneering documents,
printed at Columbus, and sont into
this county for gratuitous distribu
tion, trying to prove General ito
sEcn.VNs to bo a traitor, is now hold
as wasto paper, and will bo disposad
of "dog cheap." Grocery keepers
can be supplied at the Probat
The Herald pretends to thihTi, that
the Pooplo's ticket most Udeleatod
for tho reason, that but few ReDub-
lioins will como p to, its support.
j no unmoor ot itopuwioans who
will support the txket, cannot,-at
preacnl, bo doBoed; bnt If two-third
of those who talk ami-Pike, and
have voluntarily promised their
support, will stick to the text, aa
laid down by themselves, the Raa.
ioal ticket wilt moot with an over
whelming defeat, ihe Jlerald no
doubt expocta to coax back sorao of
the Republicans, ' by proraisos of
place and preternjont in the future.
We predict that tho Herali. after
this election, aa to bn gift and
boumios, will bs like unto that Imp
who made uub big promises to Oar
Saviour on the Mount. Soma little
topi, tuch as land appraiser, Presi
de. it of tho Radical count meotini
to. 4c, may, for the present, with
some men, stop their waywardness,
but with the masses yon will find it
I1 b'V. tupincLs,