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The McArthur Demorat
'OFFt&At OBOAK OP VINTON COUNTY.
FOR LEGAL NOTICE SEE FOURTH PAGE
TU TROW 80D TO WEALTH, III TO DVKBT1SI
C, ,M,. PXTENILL. fc CO.. Adverti'.sn
Ait. Niij 3t Firk Kow. New .York &
State Street, Boston are our'Agonts'andero
authorised t Uko dvortiuomanU) and Sub-
-criptious forus t Oflr Lowest Kataji.
DeinocViW fir UiiVtainpaisii
"We "propose tesend flie .,DJQuluT' from
now onllll after h$ Election fot a5oU., each.
We LOD eur IpoiUd ip tno iowiiiiiu win go
o mtK' (rV tides aluht.', Yoncan ,a!l too
ha Iroporwnca -ot having a pircuiatiou 01 our
homeorgon, and wo know you will not regret
taking little time to help u In placing tho
Diaocavrin the i tiii1 of nnrcltitenii.
Democratic County Convention
The Democratic Central Committee
of ,the coutitjf; considering exprcsioiis
if fiho last roibty, convention BtHrec
tory to thein in rfigard to tho wade of
selecting -clttidrdatci,' fur the county
office to be voted fcr at the ensuing'
October election, have resolvad to call
a Gotrlitj Delegate Convention to bo
held t the Court Ilousq in JMcArthur
'qot'Jiojiflat tAugusb 1lhai lo'c'ocA,
IKMl ' ' "
The Democracy of the several Town
ship's wili taeet at theJ'se'voral placos
fjioVling elections therein; on Sat
urday August (Ad 15th between the
Lours of 3 and & (flock P. Jf. and el
ect Delegates to norainatuoiro: Kofier-,
ecjitative 'for State LegiBlat.rre; one,
J?iobato Judge; oue county Clerk fcnd
and Couuty.Coinmiesioiioi'. '.' '
Tbe rates' of f oprea'entatfon,- is ond
delegate for every 25 votes cast for
Judge Ilanney at the last October ele
ctiou and one delegate for each frncj
tion ovor 12 votes. i ,
Tbe following is the nnmbetof
gates to which each townahip is'eu-i
til lad ill' ,J 1
Elk, r 8
ill unison,' 3
J r .1110 VWII V(lli'll , " . f l'viast
delogato the Senatorial OonventioD
trc,; -By oidor of Commiuee ' '
Democratic County Convention D. S. DANA, Sec'y.
23-63, ::.;hc-( j
Desiring the Defeat of the Union
date for Lientoijaut ppvoraor) iu-biB
letter of acceptance aaya: , (
"I-thou'd esteeiu tlic election of Mr.
Vallaqdigliara as Governor of.Qhio a
greater 'cafamitT than ibo dufoat of any
army wo havo in th lield." , ;
,( Tb'8 f course, is that ia called flri
j'coWulional loyalty ! ' Ahd it bo more
.than speaks ,tho Bculiiuenta of the
'whole abolition, free negro couceni
They would rather every Union army'
in Jhcfleld utterly destroyed, thfin to
lose' fertitToaK power and see thctUnion
restored as it was and the Constitu
tion secnie'd.lo tho people as it ia. j
, ;. The daily avowals of the Eapubh
can gO to snow that tbey wonld pre
fer that the Union itself would bo for
ever divided into two republics thau
tSat the Democrats should get in Dfiico
again and - restore all things as they
5 were-and ibis is tho issue, as the at-
to. depriye. Democrats' of their
Starting News from Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG, July 28, 1868.
4 '' Considerable excitement lias beon
created hero' by the discovery of erior
mous. CftaudsUpon tbQ, Government
during tbe recent army movements
in this region .consequent ' npon the
- rebel raid, lue amounts nro stated
at millions of dollars. A number of
, plficd under arrest, and tbe subject
. -will rcoeivethe mo&t searching inves
tigation. , by Ihp, war Department.--
jine most 'corrupt practices navo pre-
- vaited'in hoise contracts and clothing
''' and iubiistenceBnpplies.i Thoy throw
' the 'shoddy" operators atllarrisb'urg
- in the eammer of 1861 entirely in the
shade. Many of the same parties are
implicated, and the gangs who have
infested the State capiial ia tbe win
tor baye reaped a rich ' summer bar
Test l !' i ' i. i
'It is a sad commentary,- that while
- thousands of brave men .'rushed to
arms to defend tbe State from inva
sion, and while the Governor was
, tickling them with honied words, his
f miniAni and fnllrturara mora TormttaA
' like barpies, to deprive them of food,
and tq compel them to make long and
itMfjf marches without oven tbe poor
luxury or crackers and pork: " It is a
: matter of record that, while these con
tractors were : receivmg enormous
' sums,: the gallant .Fhiladelnhia oi.
diers were placed on an allowanco of
a cracker a day for several . days to
gether, thanks to the neglect and cur-
rnption of the Executive department
Then Now—1861 and 1863
The Republioau 1 Lieut. Governor
Bnd the Democratio Ooreruor.
The Republican papers make it the
great ground of objection to the elec
tion ot Mr. Vallandiguam, as uo
ernor, that his policy will lead to the
recouition of tho coutuern Uonreu-
eracy. ' If that were so, ''aro the He-
publican jiaperi audUie Republican
Dartv ia a.: uosinon tTJv complain of
that t lllave tbe neY&t an example
themselves in that direction I Un
February 23, 1&03 -after tho Cotton
btates had aecedeu from tuo Union
Mr. Bcni'miin Stanton., a member o(
the Ilouae'of flujrt8outivc8'frora Ohio
rose in Ins placo and said of the so
' Whether that -indepondenco U to
by maintained or not ia with tho lu
tutc. fjCrlf they shall maintain their
position and if public opinion in those
seceding btates shall sustaiu the au
thoritius there for a year or two to
come, bo as to show that nothing but
u war of jeabj ligation' uud . copquest
can bring mem oacic; l, ior one, -am
disposed to recognize that indepen
doitcc20, Applause,'' and cries ol
'That's lijjht,' from the, gajlery and
benches. .Now., id this state df things
if the remaining seven Blavcholding
States remain in this Confedcrcy, they
aro intitled to additional guarantees.
Renewed i domoistrotioua' of p
plauBO." ' ' ' -' '- '
In tho fall of that year the Republi
cans papers supported, aud the Re-
pulican party nominated and elected
tho man who expressed the above
Bcntimenls Lieutouaut ' Oovernor of
Ohio, and urosuectivo Governor hi
caso. of Vie death or 'disability , f tlu)
Governor, lie ia Lieutenant Gover
nor now. and ia .bittdrl v onnosiunr the
elecliob of Mr; "tallandigham." Can
any of tho Republican paper find in
any of tho' declarations of Mr. Val
landigharh as strong n"plddgo' to
Southern iudepondonce as thin ot their
own Lieutenant Governor?. If not
they ought at once to cuibj abuiiog
Mr. Vttllandigbam for what they enp
One the Sophistries of Mr.
Mr..Brough, in bis speech at this
phtco, attempted to make something
out of tho fact, that tho Democrats
denounced those who opposed tho war
with Mexico, lhat war, liko that ol
1812 with Enijlaudrwtis, Wad in de
I'ciieo Jfiiarioiial' rights agaiust a for-
ciaii cuoniy. Now, Mr. Brough may
btlievd thero is no 'ditferrree between
a lamily repolling an assult I rum with
out, or aseulting an enemy beyond its
own tIirc8hoia lu dolense ol its rights,
and a quarrel , in tho family itself
must como, no matter which side suc
ceeds, in. tlio former instance, sue--cc8i
strengthened; ' while in-tUe case
of ct'vit vuC, :'every"' battlff 'nfodnced
weakness, and, if continued, must
end in national doBtrttctron,
Every flan of sense can sco why,
in the caseol a loreigii; warf a U.enio
crat Would desire to navd !ever'y'-citi.
zen suppori the national authority,
and ia a civil war to have tho diffi
culty aduisted peaceably and as 600n
is possiblo among ourselves. In this
latter Btruggld, in which tho country
is now unfortunately engaged, Dem
ocrats pee that tbo wealth, tho lives,
aud; more prccioris still,' tho political
principles, which are tho lite of our
Republican government, are rapidly
disappearing; llicv tool that all that
makes a lamily great and powerful
m Being destroyed by this' fraternal
war. 1 hey therefore, aro for peace.
Mr. Broiigh", i we repeat, may not
see tho cihurenco between a foreign
war and a civil war, but wo do not
belieVo the peoplo can bo blirided to
the distinction. . -1 hey can under
stand and appreciate it.;; The ques
tion is too vital to their present and
future interests, for their general
good Bonso, to bo misled by the cant
and epithet eo freely used by Mr.
Brdiigh toimposo upon their judg
Lot evary soldier, and the friend of
every soldiers,, remember that C. L.
Vallaiidighair. supported the resolu
tion in Congress which incroased the
privatesofdierV paTrbnf $11 to 13
a .month. U' v. W
Let them also remember that while
he was doing this, John Brough, as
Presiaencof a railroad, refusod to al
low Ohio sick and wounded soldiers
to pass over hid road on half fare, al
though he was urgeutly appealed to
bv State officials to Errant them that
small favor, and after the bard heart
ed Brough refused, thoy paid him full
tare out ot the treasury, in order that
the thousands of poor soldiers might
get home to die in the prescrico of
Look on this Picture!
' ' r; .
'I have no purpose, directly or in
directly, to.iuterfere with the institu
tion of Slavery in the States where it
exists. I believe 1 have no lawful
in At Ingural Addre.
Then on This.
"I order, arid declare that al) per
sons held as Slaves in the said desig
nated btates and parts of States are
and hereafter shall be free." Lin
coln Emncip ftf-p Yr i vt 1 1 1
Tho Louisville Journal in speak
ing of General Milioy's Bhamcful de
feat at Winchester. says:
"So much for placing a madman In
command, simply bocausa his madooBS
includes fanatical Abolitionism aon
its vagaries, i Here is a man who, at
null Ruu No.- 2 abandons his own
brigade. and wanders around like a
madmaa haranguing gesticulating and
issuing tfrdets to any 'one who would
listen to him: and. who, as McDottaB
testifies, "attracted the attention ol
every ono by his nnsoemly conduct,"
promoted immediately afterward, and
llaced in command of Winchester; j
There he Buffura hfinSefl to fie surpris
ud, surrounded and finally cut to
pieces, and bis command dispersed
iiko a fluCk of slioep, lie hiinSelf cot
stopping utftill lie (reached tSalnmore;
and, to crown all ho is immediately
placed in command ot another divis
ionl Are m indeed, a doomed peo
pie, that such madness rales in high
STATE OF OHIO VINTON COONTY
; , IN COU BT OF COMMON PLKAS.
Booths Bruloy Jehitl Prize ettl
Willium -Alton Frazeo nd Edward Fruzoo.
rinKney larr ami lerreaaa Trr, wro aro sup
posed to reiido atPlkea. Feak State of Kahm
will tuke notice that Booth a Braley of the coun
ty of Jackson and Stale ofObio, ontbeSlstday
utuotonor reoovoreu ajnugment against
Johiul Fruzca then of tho county of Vinton and
State of Ohio and now. doceaed fur the sum of
aix ImnJrod aud sixty-nine dollars and wvon
can's (609,07) with cost taxed to four duMars
and iiinoty-six cts. (1,'JiI) in the Court of Coui-
JUll A lUUr u v luiuu VUUll.j win. u.u.v VI vuiu.
thiit Buid judgment rem.ilns in full force unpaid
and u nro varso d. ' And thesaid Pinkney Tarr
mA n U iiitrin I mint, oml .In), a. 1 1 1 i n
anri rorrett lurr. ivuiium anon rrazbe and
Kdwurd Fruzoe, aro fnrthur notilled that said
Court have ordored tho heirs and leiral renrphon-
tativos of the sud . Jelrte.1 Fnueo decoaiod to te
mdo partios JufaaduntS tosaid fiidttraaiit. And
that HUntill'j lit the next term of tiuid Court af
ter Oio 211th day of August, A. D. 183, will
move said Counts revive said judgment uirainst
thou and others whoare the legal representatives
ul the buiu Julnul r razee aeceaneu.
UOOTII & BKALF.Y.
H. B. BUNDT, BlNOllA! IIUWTT,
July a mSr-mr. rneir tt'ys.
Election for Field Officers.
AU persons subject to military duty In tho
f.i i . , : rrAM.naii;n a; r t f . ; ......1.
ive Company KlecMon placo on Saturday the 1st
day of August 18C3 botweon 1, o'clock A.M. and
5 o'clock P. M. und after choosing " Viva Vooe"
3 of their number as judgos and 2 to sot as
Clerks who will each be Brut duly sworn, pro
ceed to elect by ballot One Colonel One Lieut.
Colonel and One Ma;ob to command tho Kegi
ment of Ohio Militia whiouis composed of .lie
tbllowintr- Ccmpsny Districts to-wit : District
No. 1 amis In Elk Tp. No. Tend 9 In Clinton
i p. INO. I anu J in ivmkbvihu i p. nuu luuuio-
triota of Vinton, M idiaon and Kuox Tps.
And In like manner as above all pOrKonssub
joot to military duty In the following Township
will alao meotaitnuir ruawauuvu vuuijuujr .id-
tion place on ttiesanie day and between , the
same hours in like maunor as etatcd above pro
ceed to loct by ballot One Colonel, One
Lieut Colonel and One Major, to command
r.hA HmrtmAnt of Ohio Militia which iscbrribds-
a.l nf Cnllnwiiiv enmoanv diitrlcts to-wtt : bis-
trii-t No. 2 In Elk Tn. Kw.,1 and Zln Kidiland
Tp. Nos. 1 and 2iu Swan Tp. and tho districts
And ob the Morlduy thereafter one of the
Judges of each election will rotnrn dunlicate
rull iioOK VO UlO U1 my VflllCd in monriuur,
Silly I(j-63-2iv Ebff V. Co. 0.
JUST f UBLISllEDj
flllS Wotk totitalns the principal Speeches of.
X lion; (J. Li. VALLAriIluUAM,on
Abolition, the Union, and the Civil War
with part of other Spcoches, Letters, Votes, etc
is naLdsomely vrintod on good paper. 248
ages largo 8vo, ana has a vory flnelv executed
teol ougraved nitciioss oi ar. v auuhaviu
Price. Winer covers, 0et. : Cloth 1 .00: de
livered by mail or oxproits, prepaid, on receipt
Wholesale Patier Covers, 15,00 por dozen
Cloth 3,00 Transportation to be paid by pur
chaser, ana orucra to uenuuir uiruct vo mo puu-
J. WALTER 4 Co.; Cincinnati O.
A codv will bo sent to eVery editor Who insorts
1110 liDOve anu tills iiutiuu, i.uu tuuuo maitiwAu
ennv of liia minor to the tmblishers.
Orders received at the TUB McARTIIUR
DEMOCRAT OlDco. Apr. 30th 63 4vr.
BLANKS BLANKS ! !
FOR SALE AT THE DEitOtltAT OF-
Vvap.Antee and Quit Claim Deeds, and
Mortgages, the shortest and most approved
Justices' and Cdnstahtei' Blank,
Such as Summonses, SubposnasExectitions.
Orders ol Attachment, Adulavits, Under
takings, Orders of Arrest, and CoiisUbles'
Sdles Notibes. Also
rowivsnip otricEits bonds
for Treasurers, Constables, Supervisors and
other Township Officers- Our forms are
all the mosi correct. We sell at briceatHat
will save von money, Your orders are re
MISS EM3IA LOWERY,
MILLINER & MAKUAMAKER
Mf-4 rthur. Ohio. 2d door East of the: M:
E. Church, would respectfully inform the
Citizens of Mcdrlhut and vicinity that she is
prepared to do all kinds of Millinary and
Maiituamakinjj worn at snort notice, ana at
She guarantees satisfaction as to' workman
ship, aiid the la test and most fashionable
styles. Bring your old Bonnets and have
them made new.
Apr. 16, '63, 4-mo'
Samuel Blore, .,'Ptfr.1 Before Daniel Bowen
vs. J.P. of Vinton To.
Clark Cutright Deft Vinton Co. Ohio.
DEFENDANT will tike notice, that on
the 8th day of July, A. D. 1863, said
Justice issued an order of Attachment in
the above action, foi the sum often dollars
and ninelv-cieht cents and costs.
tuly 23-63-3W, SAMUEL BLOEE, .
EE AT EXCITEMENT
thfc Dcsl AVay to
For the Best and
We are now opening a New stock
of the latest Spring Styles, ot
Fancy and Staple
talicoea. Mnslihs of all Kinds, ticks, the largest lot brought
to this place. Bilks, Fancy and Black Lawns of all
kinds. Dress Goods of every Discription t
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING
A LARGE LOT OF PANTS,
Roots and Shoes, viiich will lie Sold at Cosi.
FLOUR, . , V
MEATS or all KINDS,
, COFFEE ....
FISH, , . .
' SODA" ,
Cotton Yam, Baiting, Brooms, Wool Twino.
WOODEN W A RE,
WASH-BOARDS, WOODEN BUCKETS. TUBS, CLOTHES-PiNS. BROOMS
" : " ; , ,. , AND BRUSHES. ' .'.
ZANESVILLE PLOWS "AND SHEARES.
Mb Vour $'300
ALSO , . . .
CASS1NETS f ALL RINDS
TTti'i .'."ii't l III
.. j a 1 7 2 17 ' -
BENJX.MIS DILL, , ... PROPJlteTrV
HAMDEN, OHIO. .
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HIND
AMD MAKES TO OUDEii;,
Store, IMoivff, liolloir vraro,
AND .. ' '
ALL OTftER KIND OF CASTING-?
rHE uudersig'ned ia new prepared to ei v,c:,m"
promiHly aflwork orJered !n l.U !;.k ,
business. An kinds of Castings isotllv nii
t foundries, Will he kept en hand and 'for u'
at the most reasonable rates'. , .
Tbe facilities of tbe foundry citualo.'.,
Is, in tho midst of JTprnaces wlwre tl.a ir.
nietsl Uilwyi) to be had at a savinj rxyci
most be evident toal)'; and the f.-l'-'Ti jor I
ing determlried not to M. JuUlone titl.cf In u
quality Or .'cbeapneaa, of jilt ni.iiul'aoiBre.
aaka for and houe toyosiv tha iii:i.rrinHrfl
CANE MILLS; ;
We are manfaotorlnr tbe bent and latest la .
proved Cans Mills. Those wiMng a null w'.U
do wtll to hand In their onlorin time.
v, BENJAMIN DILL.
ICE CREAM, .
ON. TUEIOAYS, THURSD -YC
AND SATURDAYS, DUR'. J
LEMONADES. ' 1
MINERAL WATER. "
" , . , GINGER i'O?' ;
And ill other kind of Summer dii..: . w,
W, A. J0HNSTO'S SAWOh
The publio will alwajs find on La.:.. 1
full stock of
tb'NFECT tOfi AriV.
To wit: Cream, Almond, Peppermint.' 01m.
Winwrgreoji, and every variety of X,'AiyIiU
Plain and Fancy,
KTO 1MJTS, FANCY REARTS,'&?
COCOA-NUTS, - l i
LEMONS, .. ., --
ORANGES, .. .
and every other article usually sept tn a, Cc v.fi .'
tionary. Also, FroBtt Bread, UlngorCr.l;c3, Jan.
Sponge Cako and FVesh Crackcri. ' ' '
t5T Parties supplied with CVkee and Cro -k
tiooaries, at the shortest notice, and at lha io--
oashprico, W.XOUABiJ.i ,
A A'Z) ft ID 0 WS, AIVD RELATIVE
r. OF DECEASED SOLDIERS,,
Tbe law of Congress approved July.H 1811,
provides for a bounty of i 100, o all Vuiu:acn
for three years, er dirijijt the war. In 6c
the death of Soldier while id tho service, t'.'
bounty, together with all arrears of pny'.due th
deceased, may be obtained by his widow ur ri
latives as the caso may be. . , . ,
- The act of Congreu approved July 1 U'.i 13.
gives a pensiqn to the following elasea ot i r
let. To all Invalids dlsihilod since March Mi
18G1, lathe Military or naval Borvice f:h
United Stales. . .
2d.. To widows or officers, Soldiers or Stamen,
dytrg of wounds received or of desease couU
ed in the Military or naval service.
Id, To Children under 14 yenrs of sg'e 'of anrh
deceased persons If there is flo widow Minrivlf j
or from the litno of tho widows. ronirriage.
th To i mothers of docoased ofllcors or sol
diers. Piovided tho deceased left no widows,
or children undor li) years of ago, and provid
ed said mother was dependant in whole or pi
ly npon the labor of the deceased for support
6th To sisters under 16 years ojf age, of titsh
deceased soldlors, dopendent on the latter wl;i
lly or in part for, her support. Provided thr
are no rightful elsilhants of the three last pro
ceeding classes. The amount' allowed In cw
of ()ocaaed otflcors or oldiors ranges fiuiu
3, to f30, por month owing to rank of deconaM
Invalid ponaions will depond upon the wh'
and nature o fdthisability hot exceeding iS)
per month ill any ease'. .
The undersigned has proour'ed.llc'ciue forthn.
pnrpoito, .nd is how authorized to pruseautu
claims', against the general government in a'.
cases arising undor tnj various sots of Congrsis
and wlll'give prompt uttontiou to allclain in
trusted to him. No charge for services will b
mde where the claim is wholly disalowed. .
McArtnur Foby 5th 1363, . B-PJIEWIXT.
TO YOVXO MEJfl
Jvit Pvklu4d,.ina SiaUd Enxtlop. Prie$t CtAt
A LECTURE on the Nature, Treatment
and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Sem
inal VVeaknesa. Invnlnntnrv Rmiuinna R.-.'.
uul Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally, Nervousness, Consumption, Epi
lepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical lnca-
oacitV. rpfnittlriir ftnrH Rwlf.Ahpicp A, D.
ROBT. J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Anlhor.
of the GrienBodk, J-c. .
ine world-renowned author, in this admi
rable Lecture, clearlv nrnvea frnm h!nn
experience that the awful consequences tf
ouii-nuusei may oe eneciuBiiy removed
without medicine, and without da
Surgical ODerntinns. hnupipn . i
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mods of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every sufJeier, lio matter what his condition
mav be.mavnirA ftimnAlf hnnltf T.riw.i(..
j i j iii "J I f ' M ' f
and radically. This Lecture yi 1 prove a
boon to thousaiicls, and thoiisand
Sefil linilerKeal in int idrir In '
sealed envelop, en the receipt of nx cents, pt
two postise eiamp!, oy addres pi , ,
137 Bowery, N, Y, P-t Offi tokMsii
Fb.a 18M- , ;
the nndersigned in . thepractioe of law. lias by
uib i.iMruoa oi me nine jimitM ana oy mu
tual consent oi ins ponies Does aiMoivea.
oept as to unsettled buslaest,
....--. H .v. I'.IMWim ,11"
vioea will confer s) favor- bT-eUiag rm B, :f;
Hswitt, a MoArthnr, and settlinc their a
ooonU. . . E. F. BINQUAM
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