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MCARTIIUR EflQUIBJER-
J. IT. BOWKN, Killtor ul
MnAKTHUK, OHIO-- OCTOI)Kk-!aBZ3.
v "Come thou Almighty King, :.
Help Thy aii) to sing,
Help to praise,' --i
Father all glorious, - ....
O'er all victorious, .
Come and reign o'er us,
. . Ancient of tlaya."
h i,..: .'i'J- i'
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The "Old Fossil" -yias7
SP5SB- I'11
" The "Resurrection'' is n coin-
plete success.
i
I,'
: ; "Rise up ' to.LiAjAtdJi V
And he ''liYl'H. v '
r
i -. , . s vt,:
The " Old Rouiau Senator
'willga back to Washing?.
The Republican majority hn
Jacks$n county is 367. V0N
AHAifj for Representative is t de
featadby 376. - "
The Republican papers of
... .. .. , .,
Ohio sneeringly oalled upon
William Allen to "rise up."
Well, William has ''riz.4'? ,
Lawkence county fRepubli
can majority, 7.94 a loss of
686 since last year. t The Re
publican candidate for sheriff
came within 146 of being beat-
. .7i-t ncisa-i-
en.
TS!t
If the Democratic $bvty- fs
dead, -what, oh! whatyikthe
condition : of the JlejflibJi&n
organization? Let tne'-t&rbneV
summon a jury. -'d .sVT.-
p.
; The , Senatorial question f as
the real issue in the. .'late Hva
paign, and the decision - Of-' the
people, is such as to gratityjthe
thousands of friends of Judge
A. G. TncRMAN and piive "gov
ernmentr" . 1 . . : : .s . 1
245.
Democrats of Little Vinton,
your majority this year for the
State ticket is 245! ' This 'is
the largest majority given in
the county since 1867, and you
should regard the figures J with
more than ususal pride.' ":
. We regret that 'Harrison
Lyle, our candidate for Repre
sentative, was defeated. ...-The
Majority against hiuv is only
46. If 24 of those ' meri who
scratched his name and wrote
the name of Milt. Bay, had vo
ted the clean ticket, Mr. Lyle
would have been elected, ;and
those who voted wrong would
have felt much better for , all
time to come. Mr. Lyle is an
honest man and would, if elec
ted, have served Vinton coun
ty faithfully inthe Legislature.
J. E. BooTn. We congratjULate
ourfriend J. R. Booth .upon'. his
election as Auditor oE ; Jackson
county by thirty-three majority,
notwithstanding the most deter
mined efforts made by the Republi
cans to defeat him. He , was the
candidate for the same office, two
years ago, and was -elected, .by ji
small majority. When it is renjew-;
bered that Jackson county is Ilepub-.
licau by about 400 majority, it will
be better understood what a mag
nificent triumph he has now.V; It is
but just to say the credit is mainly
due to respectable Republicans who.
honored themselves by ' supporting
a noble Democrat and an, honest
man.
" '.
Common Pleas Judge. It pleases
us to state that Torter Dclf Adwat
of Jackson, is elected Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas 'for five
years for the Second Sub-Division
of the Seventh Judicial District,
which is composed of the counties
of Vinton, Jackson, Pike, Scioto
and Lawrence. We have not seen
the official vote of the counties, but
his maioritv is about 750. Vinton
gave him 574, and Pike about 1,300
CnKRiNGTo.v, his opponent, carried
Jackson by 120, and Scioto by 332
and Lawrence by about 700..., We
cannot account for the large major
ity Mr. DuIlADWAt received in
Pike, unless it is because Bro. Wrr-
iiorb of the Republican,, did not
Icarn how to spell the, namif bf Mr.
DuI-Iadway's onponont, J he
declared upon all that was! "high
and low," .before the election? that
he didn't know whether the , flame
was BDcllcd with ono r or with two,
Those Republicans of Scioto7 jAid
Ijawrciico who defeated tlie wTshs
of the. interior counties ( m tho
Ronublican C'onvenltion AtTbrts-
mouth. . In ' August last, ' liaVe1
now been taught thaK.lhe-'pieol 'of
theso northern counties hiyerights
nnth'ey'proiiose to mn)utau'jthose
rights.',. They will observe tjujt the
rEorLB of Vinton lui'y .glvjM
, i..tt.i Vp "Mr. DrtrAmvAr.
ALLEN'S "FOG WHISTLE" WAKES UP THE PEOPLE!
' '
BUCKEYE STATE COMES TO THE FRONT!
William Allen Elected Governor by About 600 Majority!
WOODEN NUTMEG INDEXER NOYES LAID OUT!
WOODEN NUTMEG INDEXER NOYES LAID OUT! A Democratic Legislature! and Allen G. Thurman for United States
Senator!
Only 15 Majority on Joint Ballot!
Good Day's Work for the "Dead" Democratic Party!
DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN PARTS STATE.
Just twenty years since the ,
Governor! It was about that
that "the Democratic party is dead." This cry bas been repeat
ed annually since that time. But the result of the election last
Tuesday week plainly shows that the ' Dcniocwiic party is a live
parti. The undertaker is not
neral. Why, those very confident Republicans wlio have so
eagerly, aud so pleasurably insisted that the, Democracy long
since breathed its last ; that all ejforts to resuscitate it were
idiotic and absurd; that it has in no sense represented live -issues
or assayed to subserve practical ends ; and the few, very
few, weak-kneed Democrats, who have "taken stock" in this kind
of talk all of these people have "suspended'ftud are without
' assets." The Democracy is not dead. The very name must
be henceforth taken as the best synonym for everything that is
full of life. And it is not going to die. Its history is commen
surate with, that of the country. The glorious news has just
been proclaimed throughout this troubled land that William
Allen has been elected Governor of Ohio; that the Democracy
of Ohio have elected a majority of the members of both branches
of the Legislature ; and that X. G. Trtrman will be1 re-elected
to the United States Senate
Grant carried this State by a majority of 31,531. Now look at
the change! The Democracy
Pennsylvania; they have redeemed Oregon by electing Nesmith,
Democrat, over Smitit, Grantite, to Congress, by 1,000 majority;
have weakened and shattered the
reducing the majority more than
lature largely auti-Republicari
candidate fiir Supreme Judge in California; and have carried
the municipal election' in Newark, New Jersey, which insures
the very early redemption of that State! Every honest man
can plainly see that the elections on Tuesday show that the
people are tired of swallowing the stale platitudes of the Repub
lican rostrum about the party
which is the "only party of morality and honesty !" ' Honesty !"
with every mail freighted with reports of fresh defalcations by
Radical officials ; with the whole country rent by money panics
and disasters caused by the criminal mismanagement of the
party in power; and with a civil service lower in . tone, more
incompetent and more dishonest than was ever known before.
The public has at last got its eyes open. It haB turned from
platitude to fact. The party, trusted so long as an embodiment
of every thing worthy, is found to be a fraud, and a demoralized
fraud at that. Hence the woeful falling away of Republican
majorities in Ohio, and other states. Awaiting fuller returns
before going into minute arithmetical estimates, there are cer
tain important conclusions which
First. The idea that the Democracy will disband and dissolve
their organization, is an exploded idea. Ihe opposition party
for the next four years, will be the Democratic party, and no
other party. The hundreds of thousands of citizens who have
been waiting and watching, holding back from joining the Dem
ocratic organization in the expectation that, it would be sup
planted by some other, will now
choice between the same two great parties wcicu .nave been ar
rayed against each other for so many years. , The . Democratic
party and the Grant Administration party are to, bo the only two
national parties ot the next lour
Second. The success of the
to ' the courage and steadiness
tinctive principles. The most signal success lias been in Ohio,
where the party has stood most firmly on its own proper ground
Third. The Democracy garft
have nothing to fear from the
The Republicans, as well as tne
ous campaign in Ohio, bringing out Morton, Indexer Novgg
Sherman, and their heaviest guns. But they have been unablo
to stand against the bold Democratic onset, led ' by Senator
Thcbman and Ex-Senator Allen. Splendid ' results ' may be
achieved elsewhore if the party elsewhere' will bo equally bold,
vigorous, and aggressive. '
... Fourth. The Democratic party is strengthened by courageous?
ly presenting the Free Trade isuue. The .Ohio platform was
sound on this vital point, and the party won, a great victory. The
Pennsylvania Democrats dropped out the Free Trade plank of
of the'platfbnn,'and, though making gains, they' have been de-
:: It is hoped that Democrats and honest citizens will ponder
these conclusions. , ',
Victories against the Administration are not you by powftl'd
ice, but by courage and hard work. ,. j ( .j7) .
Democracy of Ohio elected a
long ago that the cry was raised
needed. ' There 'will be no fu
for six years! - Last November
have also made great gains in
Republican party in Iowa, by
28,000 ; have elected a Legis
aud chosen the independent
which "saved" the country, and
it is already to draw:
see that they are reduced to a
years.
Democratic party is in proportion
with which it maintains its dis
by a bold and active canvass, and
zeal and ability ol their opponents
ueinoprats, nave uiaue a vigor
Official Abstract the Vote of
Vinton County.
For State, District and County Cfii
cors, at the Annual Election, hcUi
in the several Townships of said
Comity, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1873.
. 5 s
5 s : ?
0 5 B
Noyea.
Collins.
Allen-.
'hi
Stewart.
C I l - It - . . CI
5sll gaSsSssssaaS
Hart.
Piatt
litis
Bums.
Fostor,
Welsh, 1
Harshman
Welmer.'
Doihls.
Wilson.
Butlor. '
Newcomer
KJuimiion
H
32
Little.
Mitchell.
r '
llftiiglierty
8ft SKS,
Honing.
McBath.
Sohuntk. '
.1- ' ' i
. is
o
hi
c
. c-
J
. i .
BroshiH. r
White , ,
Whitman.
an
-3
S H.
Adams.
Sal ISSsSssssaSS
li
s a.
Scrllmcr.v
Loudon.
Duubnr.
lMiilton.
r.
ty 4
Si!
I.unte.
ass
Bay.
3 t w c v c ; t. t d 'i'
Clierrtng
ton. lis I
ltnnuell.
.
I J
Guimlnif.
Keck.
Ilelfonl.
g
: C
V 0
oS
a 2.
?
j2l'532S2SiS I Morgan.
a3l EsasssasssiittlKeiiy,
Crow.
sSlSisssBatigasSS
Craig.
The Election in Vinton County.
i
The election in , the several
townships of this county, on
Tuesday of last week, was tho
most quiet known for years,
although considerable interest
was manifested at the polls and
elsewhere, throughout the day.
Some of the townships done
splendidly, among wmcn ..we
think it necssary to mention
Jackson.
In another part ot this paper
will be .found the ofiicial ab
stract of the county by town
ships, together with the total
vote am majority for each can
didate. On the. State ticket t
will be seen that William Al
len f r Governor, received the
highest majority, 245'; on the
District ticket, Porter DuIIad
wav, for Common Pitas Judge
received 574 majority ;. and on
the county ticket, W. . ( Bel;
I'QRp recejyed 288 majority. It
will be seen that the Piohibjo
tion party, and 30th ol July
party, polled a fow votes in five
of the townships. Portkr Du
Hapwav j-pcjijypij hp greatest
number of votes, , and Thojias
Cherinoton the smallest num
ber. Philip Keck received the
smallest number of votes on the
county ijckp, Iast fall Gen.
Wiley's majority for Sec'rary
of State iu the co'iuiy, 'was
A- iiual, there were a large
number f( Doinocrats who did
u'i.i( voti'. They mere "too hmy
tit n'ork t do to the eleetionl"
I Ins u Uu'ir annual excuse.
We ; have counted 132 of
those , stay-at-home voters in
thtf severftHownships, but theru
is no -doubt, tlint tbo number
could be increnped to 150. Had
onr full vote been polled, our
candidates for Representative
and Prosecuting Attorney
would have been elected by
handsome. majorities.. It is not
the Roiitililiraiis that out-vote
its in this county, but the fail
ure of the' Democrats' to vote
which defeats th-.- Democratic
part)'. -
COMMUNICATED.
To the Democracy of Vinton
County.
I cnine into tli i m place, (Aliens
villo, thirty six years ago. Having
leu rued my political alphabet from
nii'ii like the tall Ohio. Statesman,
who luifi borne the Hag of the De
mocracy onward to victory in the
struggle just past, with my , heart
turned to accord with the nrinci
pies of the Democratic party, hon-
esHly believing that they wero the
only principles when faithfully car
ried out that could or would secure
to the 'American people peace, pros
penty nnd happiness, I have hon
estly and faithfully labored for the
success of theso principles. I have
fought the enemies of the Democ
racy in this locality for more than
a quarter of a centuiy. Never have
I weakened in the cause at any
time. It may he that I have made
some enemies among the members
of my own party for expressing my
preference between Democrats be-
ore their nominations were made.
l5ut that time has yet to come when
a Democratic ticket was made and
in the field, that I ever was dissat
isfied. The nntramclcd voice of
the Democracy have ever been suf
ficient to arose within me that love
for good government' which allays
that feeling for personal preferen
ces, and at all times have I put my
shoulder to the old time-honored
Democratic car in order to push her
forward to victory.
' 'I have desired the honor of rep
resenting the people of this county
in') the ' legislature halls of Ohio.
Hut , for , bribery and corruption
practiced by my opponent I would
have had that honor so much de
sired by me. Yet I have the con
soling fact before me: that I had
the honor of a plat e on the Demo
cratic ticket by the free expression
of the Democracy in convention' as
sembled; and furtlier,lUat I did not
pay one dollar in order to secure a
tityglo vole of the hundreds of votes
that I received, and il I tiever hold
nn ollift! 'of trust, until I stoop so
low .msIo nUcrnt to corrupt the bal
lot hox, lv secunug voles purchas
ed with iiionov,! will never hold one,
Securing the BuH'rages of thepeo
U by purchase, is digging at the
very root of free government, and
will only be practiced by those un
worthy the conliilence of any one.
,i ne cause mat i nave plead is
yet not my cause, l'ellow Dem
ocrats, do not think that my defeat
will make mo less zealous in light
ing the enemies of the Democracy.
All tuc Kaaical slanders and every
dollar that they have stolen, cannot
and shall not deprive me ol the high
honor ot being an active member of
the Democratic party.
Democrats, I thank you for the
hearty support that you have given
mo in the contest just past, and
rest asuiired that I will ever be
found working in the .harness of
HARRISON LYLE.
Allensville, Oct. 20, 1873.
CONGUKSSMAN A, M, WADDEIX, Of
North Carolina, nmkes tho start
linar announcement that he will
soon be prepared to prove from the
most authentic sources that a civil
ized colony of C'lucassians existet
in North Carolina 2,000 years be-
foro poluuibus . wiisi born. f itts
bit rah Post.
We should think 'that Con
gressman Waddell could easier
"prove from the most authentic
sources" that a more corrup
body of men never assembled
in any "civilized country," since
the days in which Adam lived
than the body now known as
the' Congress of the United,
States ' '
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CO., Pittsburg, Pa. 4w,
THE ONLY , ' KNOWS i MEDICINE
, . THAT kt THE B4MK TtUM
I'wgtey Purlet, and Stnngthtnt thi Syntem.
Dr. Tn it's Pllla nre comboscd of many In
rii'itient l'roinlnentamong tlicin.aie 8arsa
uarilla and and-Wihl Cherry, so united as to
net tugetiiurvlhe ono, through Its admixture
Willi eimir vuusi unccs, uuriijnm nun nu
inir: while tho other is strciiKthoiiing tho sys
teni . Tlm these pills are at the same time a
Umlo anil a cathartic, a dealdoratum long
sought for by rnedieal men, put nf ver bojore
niscovereii in insr wviun, inry mi worn
ortiva muilicine ami do it much bottei than
any two we know of, ror they remove nothing
from the system but impurities, so that while
they purge they also strengthen and hence
they cause no debility and are followed by no
re-action, , . . . : .
Dn.Turr's l'lLl.B liavea Wondorfnl Influ
cure on the blood. They not only purity with
mitwcukcninalf, nut tnuy wnv, a i p
ions paHtc-lcs from the iiyo bvfoA It It hiu.
vurUiif Into nnlit, and thlis niakna liniaire
blooifliti utter Impossibility .-' Art there Is no
debilitation, so llioro Is no nausea or Mcknen
attending tlioopperalloaof lbis most excel,
lent medicine, which never strains or tortures
the digestive organs, but causes them to work
In a perfectly manner t hence porsons taking
them do not become pale and emaciated, but
on thocontrary, while all impurities are be
Ini removed, the combined aotlnn of the Snr.
suparcllrt (in1 Wild Cherry purine and invlg
oratet tio loity,and a robust state of health I.
tliemtult of t.otr ittitd aetlm. , :,,.
'Irlee45cts. abox.' Hold' by 'All Druggisls.
' pptiBCwrtlandtStjNcw Xork.j .(J
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New G'oouS.
J!V PANIC PRICES.
Como anil cxnniine tlicm and satisfy yoursolf that I soil at the prices
I advertise. Having just reeei veil a LARGE STOCK, bought during
the uanlp'for CAsn, when cash was SCARCE.
I Positively defy competition, and Chftl'enjs any
Merchant In Ohio to Compare Prices.
THE OLD
ISTo Trouble to
"Too Thin!"
i
It is trouble to show them, but we cheerfully and will :.
be glad of the opportunity, for when you
see my goods and prices, you are
sure to buy.
I, HAVE TWO
WHEELER and WILSON Sewing Ma-
c h i ne s,
Which I Will Soil at 50 OO Each, Xlesju
lar IPrice 85 OO. Warranted
Perfect in Every
Respect.
Best Black mixed Waterproof, - - - ... $115
Good " " : " ....... 1 00
Best Gold " " 1 15
Good " " " - - - ,- - - 1 00
Good all Wool Flannel, - - - -; - - -
BestUrown Muslin, - - - - 12
" Prints, - - -' - ' 10
" Coffee, - "- - -'" - 28
" White .Sugar, - . ' 12$
" Brown - " . . H
And every thing else in proportion.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
II AMD EN y OHIO.
1 1
I MI
JOSEPH S. HTJHN, has re
moved his
HARDWARE STORE
"TlL
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK,
THI OSLT BT0V1 ITill WITH
FaUntei Fib. 2 and Sept. 21, 1869.
Stoves,
-
' .
House. F-urnishing Groods!
His stock ol'COOKiNO STOVES is not surpusscd by any ttoro outside of the cities. Those
wlidilug to set up house keeping, will ilnd everything they neel to furnish a kitchen, lie
liiisgnutlv increased I'acilitlos for the iiiiiiiul'ai turo of tinware, and will till orders tronia'
distance at WHOLESALE KIUUBK3. Dealers will find It to their advantage to purchase,
ware of him.
Spouting and Rooting done with potitncss
sale, aud tne nest ilai.iu v iu iu inaifei. tD urw w unn uu mm nui fu.wiii..u
elsewhere. Two doors Hast ol the lost-oflice. .,.,....
July n),i8T:)-tr.
SHOULD
"GEM OF
100,01 Mar o
3 4 Pages!!!
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
" " ;" '.. ' ' 1 .
. ' MOSTLY NEW, ''. ..
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A LONO NEEDED BOOK.
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Price 5 Cents. , 6 Cents Post-paid, or $5 00 per Hundred,
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Published by D.
ibealers in
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..ii I .f'.ri
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New GoOuS!
CRY OF
Show Goods" is
III Ml
To the JDodge Build
ing:, East of the
I?ost-Offlce,
Where he
is closing;
out hiu
STOCK OF HARDWARE.
At Great Bargains, With
a View of
MAKING A HBBULTIJ
Tinware,
AND -
and dispatch . All kinds of VKVYS CANS for
J. S. HUHN.
SEND FOR
PRAISE,"!!
fl. BALDWIN & CO., v
Pianos and Orgrans,
. Cincinnati, Ohl?
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