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- atv INDIANA A CAN. i ' wwt tw ri r . r ihhtt wwj BA, as as) raa am. . T. A. OOODWIl, Mtor. MowmmwuiA PH I AT OCTOBER 10, ISM. .J1IL - .- - -- . '- - - to ioihrw mw, Hlnca lb anlnjwasst of our paaar.aor sired lUi kwn i or r ! iSal ahaa now tx- . . n )i-Mtli, th lrt etrcuUilon la lu.llana, a Mt.MrkM,k w la UUtauayotUi, and la a elfeutalloa Ulks vaalta.aat orti..a of the SUl. M'umtiM m-m fat (llil t iNarUaa It 'He Waita IM TSUay.wIll do wall lo raraam Mr iS.a fas. . PEOPLEVTICKET. FOB PBJSiDCBT, J. C. FREMONT. FOB Yld-WSmCDT, WM. L. DAYTON. torn uuiiii it DisnucT, WILLIAM CUMBACK iTB DirmcT, DAVIDJOIORE. 8TATE TICKET. FOB aOTOVOB. OLIVER P. MORTON FOB LT. OOTBUfOB, COBRAD BAKER Reeretary of Sttte J W DAWSON. Trtt. of 8ute W R. NOFSINGEK. An 1i or Of Suite E W. H ELLIS , BhoTreavortr'i Office. Sosss three mootba ago we were norainated by lb Central Committee of th Republican party, for ths office of Treasurer For reasons made pub lic a few weaka afterward, we refused to accept tbe nomination, ezeept on condition, that in tbe discbarge of our dutioa aa editor, we might be at liber ty to pursue aa independent eou.ee, "Ktorffwdto so party's arbitrary seer, Butfras to fallow, bar K.aaun laails Iba way." From moat (we thought from all. until a fow days ago.) of the Central Committee, we received aaauranoe that they wished aa both to pursue our accustomed course, and to remain a candidate, and from hundred of the beat oitisena of tbe county we receiv ed tbe lame assurances. But recent ike Banner a Rooater. The largea. and most enthusiastic Democratic gathering that haa been held in BtookvMJe this year, waa on Tueadsy, the SOth ult., to, raise a piece of aheet iron, cot 10 repreaent a rooster, 157 teat above the surface of the ground, on the top of some hickory poles spliced togeth er, in front of Mike Banner's home -There were at toast 100 men at work at it till about 5 o'clock P. M., in addition to what had been done the day before. It waa raiaed with consummate skill and prudence, and, on the whole, it must be a convincing argument in be half of the Administration mat enfor ces Miaeouri lawa on the people of Kanaan, at the tame time that ita frienda any the people are capable el governing themeelvee. We don't know who made that roos ter, or who put it on the end of the developments hare satisfied us that there are many prom.nent persona in u tf u m nQ (b.t Miw Mf-r the Republican party who fear that JB . Black Republican, if bf our nncompromiatog hostility to the f w ch as. i . L . uuuor iraiuu, -a novum v vuai iiicivm- . . fl. . a Um.-. 7 whole atlair upon some roguish chap e.. .or. pop-.ar P-' WQ0 iDttDded to furni,h the Republi- Bewwwae. wna ume-sernng pmmc.-es, .... . r i . who know no motive but tueettt; and If it looks like s rooster at all. it looks :it: i. ..L. .( ... our uowmingues. o siepe i ik- qm n q( up court ins votoso, .oreigoere crunb d liTiw lo lhe pulku ar :ii 4 I m. . J L..t wui ensure oar ue.eii. urn- . ..p.-. -ntl kelr) ,ouri.lM. endanger the saeceaa of the ticket.- ,., pill lhe 8n!rUr, method of rf A .1. l - UDarr,nWsreBni.i.DWl picking up treasury crumbs and di ennerooaprom.se our OTa...o0. o. ,ribuU lhem to hi. b.i,iff. ,nd right, or remain oo tbe ticket under . .äjmAb-, .. of vit)W protest of such peraowa. or perempto. u i yn m n . jficanL In iu rily deelise. and let the Central Com- - . , . mmaäkam u mamkm in mittee fill our place with another and , ju m noplhlMrd I ... LI. TL 1. I Mae oojeeuonaoie person, too-e w..o . , ,ua Supt. Pub Innt CHAS. BAKNE9 know us will not long be in doubt aa ... -l-i.i ani, . a.L. rneral J. H. CRAVEMS -s . indicates a crow.ng pow.iion, and . Attorney General J. H. CRAVENS Ri-port. Sup. Court J NO A. Ml KIN Clerk Sup Court J NO. A. BE ALL COUNTY TICKET. Judge Com. PleasELfSH A VANCE. P.oa. Att'y-THOS. W. BENNETT. Circuit Proa WM. PATTERSON. Represent'tive ROB. BRUN DRETT. HIRAM M.l'M Sheriff GEOROE VV ( LAY POOL. Treasurer HENRY SHAFER to our eojrse. There is oo office in ei-n.e!M rha erlfr nf tha American neonle that . r r OU(j cr0W, ws would be willing to purchase at auch a cott, aa a compromise wun wrong, or to pertinaciously seek, in oppoaiticn to thu wishes of tboae bo are foremoat in labora and sacrifices to overthrow a corrupt and oppressive party, whose meaaurea have at once saddled upon us oppressive taxes, and seems to just have uttered one long "Have you heard from If 100 of Mike's fronds can apend another day in getting up suob sport, we would like to sie them at it. Any time before the eleoiion will do. Levi Ayers Esq. Poor Levi ! Aud hare you come Recorder T H O M A 9 8 . W R I CHT r rr ,Une, to it. toot Well, there i. no telling aommiasioner J ro. 1't.n i t'limc. i ' Cure or PHILIP T.JONES. Coroner CEO ROE W, LINES. Assessor Brook. Tp. T. T. SMITH BLBXTOR VOl THE STA TM AT LAMS. J.ase A llaBifsa. of Jafaraae Ca miy . loan W. Pasaa, of VajaiM Couaty. DITalCT ELSCTOKS. 1st met Jsmm 0. Vositas S I 0M HaJmil Trawtori, XJ lHak Jaataa V. AllUoa; ib I). Jobn l. Hawlandi J-.'i 0t -.n i K 't '". Sib Uat Horara Nawaoiab; :ui ii.i -We. f'-SU; tu, IHM. W O. WSaoa; Sib Oit Ossl.l . PfsiU 1011 Utot-J. A. Mam.r; Uta it UilK a. Koalaaes. Ron Will Cumback Will address the people at Laurel, on Friday. 10th iaat., at 1 P. M , and at Metamora, at 7 P. M.. and at firook ville, on the 1 Hh inst. T txes iB Fr.nklin County. In tbe times of good, old fashioned Democracy, tbs taxes in this county were. 1847 19 eenta on 100 1848 13 M M " 100 1849 ft w 100 I8.W 15 " " " IOU 1801 80 100 Average for five years, 17 centa oo too. This yielded so annua) reveneu of 80, 1 87 wLieb was not only enough to defray tbe current expenses of the county, but, according to John 0. nr ton. leave a surptos which was appro pruted to "ALL OR MOST ALL THE PIKES IN IHK COUNTY, TO THE LAUREL AND METAMORA BRIDGES, AND TO SEVERAL CA NAL BRIDGES." But, beginning with 1 86t, tbe year that Oen Pierce was elected President, our taxes be gan to gat higher aa follows: 1861 86 esnts on the 9100 1363 1854 80 " " 1864 60 " ' 1868 40 " " Avsrage for five years 38 centa. This is a sample of the pattnt De mocracy, of tbe present administra tionthe Democracy that a Federal- sj a a w . a ie .t that the Committee, who '""if 0,,me - rao' are judicious men. may select one oo r 10,0 hpp 0Pf"' 00' when "hp " whom all friends of wholeaome and -naiating that, in thia country, every needed reform, both in our county af- Ml t0 fair, and in tbe national government. W e1 th1 H may cordially units. We have no idea "u8ht -uoh lriok " yin8 now, who that will be. We have nu at - barged you with voting right to propose a substitute, nor. as at f to Hon D. D. Jones. You , printer, are we willing to print in -00. ri.hl We,l lhal w" neVpr -wld the Republican titket a name not en- "J to,b' W- dd "7 dorsedbyths Cettrsl Committee.- Jou hltd Mr. Jones to do Havinw said ibis much, we may be al- "our wor in" ne a wen P"'a lowsd to say, that, if tbs nomines be t30for "feet you dofor f9.- amasi who is competent to dieeharge lf onid Ihsxt you voted fof the dutiof tbs office, nod ia worthy U wasdoin you greet injustice, of tbs confidence of the people, be and you ean prubably refer to the time, should receive tbe united support of d R0 from ,h rMf! bul Prnv all who oppose the piesent eorrupt do01 Huo, Jühn B,,rton d, bv party, ander whoee management the 'eavingon tne. eeaeutiai pan. it was current expenses of the county have bad eaough for you to entrust suoh inereaeed within five yeare from abom mporun bualne.e to Mr. J .... . wboae $8,000 to more than 13.000, slur piJ for such business is yon know, pasing for tbe Coort House end Jail at times, very questionable. No. lis Io acriaia like ihie, no man dessrves PP1 ,onl bUme for olinaT lh,l or should rsoeive, tbe support of th. i0 to Mr. Jooes. as it waa done after ' .e a a aa k a a a people, who will sutl. r himself to be 7"' "me hau expireo. una it wouiu mads the tool of tbs corrupt parly, downright cruelty to say you did bv attempting to divide and distract You have sins enough to answer for. the forcee, that are attempting to oust without charging ;ou with what you from place those who havo proved B-1 "J bod! b- false to the people, and unworthy of di,P-f d 40 wgrd 7our run' trust. We must be willing to sscn- h'. M mere joke, we have never fice peraonal pretermcea. for ibe good brought them forward. We only of the eauae. yet we would not advise brought forward your drputiing Jones Ux SUbSa f,,r ...... ehA ia Inik.mn.l.al ne show boW H ckleSS OUT officials art unworthy. Cumback at Home We never witnessed a more enlhti- laatio reception than that given last 3trday, to our talented representa tive, by his old aehoolmates. scholars. and former acounlnfanpa in ii,. - w in iiir neighborhood where he spent ho .VOUlh. Th notice of his enmin In "g) Ml. Carmel had not been verv exten sively circulated, yet hundred flokd lo take him by the hand, and wel come him ba?k, and bestow thiii heart felt thacka for the firm und no Me. and able stand be had maintain ed on the great question of humn rigl.ta and human fiecdom. After such a greeting as must have been cheering to him. lh.-y listened for two hours to one of the best speeches We ever heard. It waa clear I., . and conclunive. Wu never annrecia- -rr led the wisdom of the pro-slaver) party ao much, in nominating a man (hat can't speak, to run against Oqm- back, aa when listening tc that epeerh it was unanswerable, and hence th prudence of not attempting to answ i it, and of relying upon a man whose immenao wealth oan be ued in ih campaign as a substitute for talent and argument. Not on'y aro the principles of th Republican parly unobjectionable to every lover of man, but the course o Cumback has been such as his friend heartily endorse, and his enemies dan not aaaail. Not one vole of hie dar ihy eall in question. Their onlj hope is first to falsify the record ami then find fault wilh his course. Could ihs people o'thu di tricl be permitted to vole, without interference, he would be returned by 1. 000 I'JinRy, but i ia now uncertain, as hundrede have al eady.been impord, and hundred, mere are provided for. We hope thai ihe true friends of popular aovereign iy will at once abandon n pnrty wli... rottennesa requires a resort to lliW method of carrying elections. Money from the County Treasury for Electioneering Purpos. s. We have heard it suggested that at least f 1,000 of" the money nominally npplied to the building of the County Poor House, is really appropriated to the expenses of hauling that cannon tround, raising poles, paying speakers and importing voters. From the very nature of the esse, if this be ever so true, there ean be no poaitivc proof of it, hence the rep.'y to it will be aa uei- al:' "Oh. it's a Black Republican , war We say it csnnot be proved by di rect leHdmony. Vet circumstance most clearly prove it, to our mind. however othera may regard it, and circumaianiial evidence is often as eoncluMve aa direct. Here are somi undeniable facts. We submit them to candid m n of II partica, and they can as well judge as we can: 1' There i a large amount of mon I IL I ... . ' j exoenueu oy ine omof-hoiuers, in conducting the canvass larger than ever before. 8. Noue of the officers, except the rrensufer and lhe Sheriff, are rieh noiigh lo devote much out of their pri vale funda. 3. The price at whioh the building is let is very high, being 86,160, in The destruction of property in ihe United 8ttes by tires in lhe month of July, according to the register oi fires kept by New York underwriter, waa unusually Urge accounting to not less than 91,396,000. The num ber of fires where the Toss amounting to 910,000 and upwards, was thirty two. The principal part of this great amount of loss occured in cities num bering ihirty thousand inhabitants and upwards, though the 1osa in smaller towns was greater than has occurred luring any one month for more than a year past. Such facts show the importunes and neceaaity for insurance; and they show further that thoso Companh a whicl do no business in the large cities, havi the moat reliable and most oerlainlx payi g busineaa. The leasee in Indi in i are considerably less than ihe OB hundredth part of the whole sun which anowa that those Companies that confine their busineaa to Indiana as does the Rising Sun Iusuranc Company, and sume othera, have lh safest field of operation, and are there fore not riposfd to failure like thos Companies whioh do business in mon bus trd us localities. I.!. Hon to the stone-work, and the brick, furnishing, we ahould think, a dear profit of 98.000. 4. The Cornmiaaioners gave no no ice of intention to let (he building, uul Mr. May waa aent for, and the ooniraok aecretly, yes, seohetlv made. tor when Townaeiid Weit eked one f the Commissioners if he could have t chince at it, he waa informed thatii would not be let until the next meeting I the board, when, in fact, the Con rad waa then m.tde or nearly so, and was finished in a very few hours after wards. We submit these facta. No man will dare deny them. Whether the nference ia juat or not, every man can judge for himself. We believe it, von may do aa you pleaae about It Mo wonuer it costs 013 t39 a year t a . ia. now. alien it used lo cosl oniT Oo, 187. 1 ai ii ii i i hi -- a- - John C Barton's finality. When a man is caught at a mean trick, the best way ia to "own up," f r every attcrant t defend, only makes he matter worae. We dearly con victed ihs late Treasurer, last week, of the meanest of all kinds of tricks, by g'irbling our language to make a r out of what w never said. Poor John, he fell guilty, but instead of making honorable amends for so mnan a trick he plunges into another just aa mean. We were mistaken in our firat fiVurea about the rate of taxation for 1868 and '63, and promptly corrected the error. But, a week after the coi- rcction, which was made, not only in the table, bat also in a special notice, so that none could fai1 to ses it, he cornea out and provea us a liar, on an article whioh had been corrected, and the mistake accounted for Now lo sustain hia malicious and mean charge. he says with a show of firmness, "compare the American of Sept. 6th. with the Democrat of S-T ttfiib." Just so, John. Why would it noi have suited you just as well to have oompared that of Sept. I9ih? H cause you knew that the correction had been made. As to lhe discrepan cy between your figures and ours, in regard to the present rate of taxes in Uni n county, we have only to sy FRAUD AND FALSEHOOD AT TEMPTED, JUST ON THE EYE OF THE ELECTION Fortunately the Fair has delayed the publication of our paper until a later hour than usual late enough to have a clue to one of tbe usual schemes of corruption by which a party against whom the just indigna tion of an outraged eopl are about to utter final sentence. We have heard lor a month, that it waa con templated to bring out, on the eve ol tbe election, numerous false eharges, when it should he too late lo correct them. We learn that there ia alread) a secret circular, printed at Cincin nati, containing sundry chargea againa R puhlioans, bul especially against Cumback. FOLEY'S MONEY HAS BEEN USED TO PAY THE KX asm .. a erne a t a KEN BBS 1 We ctn have no Idea what ihe chargea are. but that they aro false, is certain from ihe care used to eonceal them until loo late for oor reotion. One of the old line eandi- lalea for Representative was detect ed fading It to a probable Repuhl can bui when aked by an intelligen man what it waa, ho refused to ahow The Pacification Bill Men who have determined to vote for Buchanan, and to carry out the policy of Pierce, even to auhdning freed. i.i in Kansas become wondtr fully indignant at the Rpublioana for not sustaining Toombs's bill for fasten intf alavery upon Kansas, called the "Pacification Bill," because it would soon end lhe struggle there by driving out and keeping out even five man. But we are often told that lb "Democratic" Members of Congreas wiah.'d to defeat or annul the doings of the bogus Territorial Legislature of Kinsas, but the Black Republicans oreventud lhem: Let ua look a mo ment at that point: July 8. 1866 Mi. Trumbull of Illinois, furkhei prop aed ihe following: "And b ilftitktr eitttrted. That al he aeis and proceedings of all and M-rv body id mm h reiofore aastm hied in s ,i, Territory of Kansas, and cUimiug lo be a Legislative Aaemh') In n ..I. with authority to p-tss la Terribly Indignant. Last Saturday, while talking with a few gentlemen in the afreet of Ml. Carmel, Hun Levi Ayers cams along baking handa with the folka, and we xtended ours to give him assurtnee that, though we difiVr from him in pol nies, and doubt bis ability lo repre sent this County, we were willing to treat htm with due courtesy ns a man, but, alaa. he wouldn't allow ul. He Irew back his hand terribly indignant. I'll ul was very bad, but we made him talk, and we made liim ackn,.wl.d in the presence of twenty men, that he had publiahed a falsehood concern ing us in last week's Democrat. H. had publuhed that we had charged with bim wilh voting for the appropri ation to D.D. Jonea. When aeked when we bad done so, he eaid never, uul thai waa the mftrtnre which sum people draw from our remniks. In fer ncel If ws are to be held restaur ible for all the "iufereaeea" thai nalural Know Nothing may draw from our remarks, we will soon be a spotted character. Bul as Levi hopes to have the favor of the low and vile. he hd to prove ua a liar, and be iat we got our information aa to pres- nl rales from the same perwon who furnished the other rates, which you admit lo be true. He may have been mietakeo, and so may your informant We are not yet satisfied which is right Nona it material. You have enabh d ua t" show the people of this count) ion the books, that lhe current ex penses have increased from 6 187. to 3,439 making a difference ol 87.31 2 a year without ihe large appropriations you alluded lo more thn doubled. hile the population has decreased. You are welcome to all you have made in your perversion of language and of facts. Hereafter your f Wow- cilis ns will rank you among the un scrupulous persons who will fabrieate a falsehood for the purpose pf injur ing a neighbor. We do not envy your standing among reflecting men Most of men believe lhat a man who would do that, would condeaoend lo any trick to make money. We would not trust auch a man. it. This same man gave S ndy Weal could do it in no other way. Poor 91 aajing: "now vote for Buchanan LeV, Phere may be enough of your .1..I Foley! ' Sandy put 11 ia hia pock- Mrl t0 elect you, but we hope not. el. andaai l yes, but subsequently gave The people tried iwo Know-N4biogS it back. The-e sea faote that oan be iwo yeara ago, for which they have proven. Thus Bribery. fNisehood and ju rm,!, or we are uiietaken. frauds are to be resorted to, to perpet- - 11 ate the moat extravagmt and waste Bailiffs! Bailiffs!! Bailiffs!!! tul dynasty that ever cursed any We droped intoJ udgu Reed's t 'our! country and to elect men who will Ul jiday and saw about the eeual perpetuate tbe scenes of blood in Kan- number of bailifi's hanging around at from 91,60 to 8.00 per day. Aa about two thirds of the time of this Court ia taken up in Probate buei nets, these bailiffs meat t e on hand so How in the fibs of auch this, the advocates of the Nebraska Act ean pretend that it gives the Peo ple of Kansas power to regulate lh-ir own domestic inatitutiooa, We eeesot imagine There surely ought to be some limit to human hardihood; yet Gov. Oeary, with ever ao many votes like tbe above staring bios in tbe faveo, asserts that. The bona Jidt inhabitants of thtS Teiriiory a, one sue charged tub iks oiraMS deiy of en sei in.' her lawa, OB holding her government, maintaining pence, and laying the foundation oi a commonwealth. Hew what Mr. J. Olancy Jones, by aar the ablest nod besi informed Bu ehannn Member oi the Honso from be Free Stales, says on lhi point: "io raj opinion, the GsastuitioB mtt$ th power of Uong.eets (OS rttent of prohibiting lh an either from tutiib 1 thing or abut thing Slavery ia ihr lvrriisries. Admitting ihl view u be correct. I suppose it follow a. at a mailer of ooeraa. that the Oewasitw lion of ihw Uoiud States roeere syses ptopU of J4 Territory no r'fht se dupo setf amy wan nf At ngkt Is property, wbuhtr it bt slats or erwy Otktr property. And therefore Mef I-gi-lam.- Council of a Territory, though they mey pes lawa regulating the di"poal and protest too of proper v , avt no right lo $0 mdmimtHer thorn law at tu ftoklitk or aboiuh tit rtykt to hold that projrey " SIlS. Beoomiar Confident Within lhe p atfew d.i s lhe politic of espeuaes whin lhe money goea in- L frwnds of Foley hive become con Though we shall not issue another ' "uoh D D Jon-B K'i-. fideni of hia election, and are off rinu I ise a a a äW V " a - SV ft 1 paper befors ths election, our readers w - ' JüUr ne,0 o'eeiea. ,u bei largely. This chanire of pros may be aasured lhat ihe vacancy will 848 the first, and hence we have .oi hM not b,. brou-hi aboul b be fithd in ths printed tickets, which 8hl "7 nothing about you lhai Hny change of public or private opin will be circulated in ample lime. BK- "'C11 "rl Jour leeiings, or injure ion in lhtir bMf) (oT lho cIMm.,w WARE OF SPURIOUS TICKE TS I 7- landing among youi nelntors hrtVw a agaiol them, aa ev.rv I a .a a S Ii B B . I W Wn lenrn that anangereenta have been w-h0üW ln1 yuur party did elect ,oUiKt.nl m-n kpows , bm they hau- s a a . a I . i a. Kni I liuss aaaa&asam sin Rate si Slew ss al 1 aa awa . i a. ' a made lo print and circulate lne. ",,'"",u"; "'"'"""; "" succeeded ao .veil in engaging voter. No device that oan be resorted to wl.l d ln- w wf8 sure they swill from lhe Wayne Dornet that ibej be neglected, by our soemies. never be guilty or aooh folly again; ,op- , override the will of the peo T is HI . a i a I taaaaaAaw SEE SB SB St m haws! a IS t 1 9n 1 1 J-ftnaiV tt la . 1 WV n . a , r. o. oinoe tos soove was in type, i - --; ; pie oi mis uisinci. ine pipes are such members of the Central Com- you. And you thus requile our lent UJ Ujj, n,i ,he s.n9 uf Ranaasare mutes aa vers at ths Pair last Thürs- T I You will be ashamed of this. - w ""WW w - ww W www-w-ww W daw anil mh.p TlnMi.na ail after the election is over. Wu thank tat for President, and a Whig for Lw of Henrr Bhafer be i0. fou however for publishing that D as a O . a s. I I ...... . Lieutenant uovernor ana ao BOoii- MrU m DÄC ufl ?Mant M D. Jones did receive tbe f3ü. Some - a.. 0 ia I w I !. : i. lis I lor Alioroey tienerai, ana a -wea ions were aaying u is a ne. Know Nothing for Prosecution Atlor to be enacted in Indiana, at least ao much of them as relates to the import ation of Voters. We hope ihere is yel virtue enough in the people of ibis Dialriot to resent this resott to fraud Another Letter from Francis Oras- o deprive them of their inalim ibi. ' rights. If Foley's money can be us d to overbalance Cumbtck's tah tits and faithfulness, we have fallen upon Vit Mm -a . i a i i i . "Vots ths Tickst." This is thu cry of every partisan ol awaia a a a B a. a aa e. m a. y. Ihn yieioeü an annual revenue MITCHELL 8 L.aaOB mar. csexi W) muck. of 80,638. Deducting 98.000 out e good newspaper, a good map is one Ws are permitted, by Mr. Sheibe, of the proceeds of fivo years, to pay of the moet important articles in a to lay before our readers a fauhfu for the Court House and jail, it haves family. It will not do however to de- tisnalation of a private letter from 913.439. for tbe ordinary expenses ol pend on the maps of other years. A r. (Jrasmuek. written in Oerman, to tbeocurta, exclusive of the appropria map to be of eerviee must be. 'ike a bim. It should have been here two lions to bridges and pikes of which newspaper, a lutt one, except when weeks ago. but it is not sliogether i. BE. IJ . a 1 I . 1 a a 1 a . 1 a I 1. ..f I . a a a s a t a ..a . aar. orvon peas.-, snowing i nai SSJS you warn, w learn me geograpny u. ng,, Uf Course Mr. önelOe Will Oe demagoirue who hoovS lo liUl men. a . a. ... .l. . U a i. .L..tl ... . . . . ... w w r r tm aemooracy requires sjT.aix more me country as u waa. Aiiog. tner me Caied a liar, and ihn writer of the let- ho i,HVtJ no ,Ber;L ; 0Act.. f lrUsl . . i . . i n U... . t . a r . i. - . ... .. .1 p. r yssr to leeu .man in gooa oia nesi map ioai we neve seen oi tne l9r yt lb. pwople will read It. end Hnt p0wer, or who hopes to continue a ait ' l s Ma . s I sees a. an.a. I BO a i i s t I fashioned uemorracy oi lomer times, united atatss is Miicnsu s isrgs new conderan that set or men whoss only Lvsiem of fraud and corruption hv ihe w .. nnn. M.rf tn r nl wvnrw naw. I man in a n.rn l na eonniiva ara to i t . -l :.i. . . . .... ... r- f i r ueienee ia io cuarga- cvi v man machinery ol naity. We have, in a ty, will csrry these figures to the polls, off, railroads delineated, and all bouo- -ing wno detsaila. ihe horrid workings nufftber of artirks laU Iv BsxhUshod -a . II. . a . . Ii.:. a . I -J!. I . T . .1 r snu explain mem to nis neignoors. uares oi our couniry, auu oi auja- ,,f the measure of the preaent admin most clearlv shown that a svaiem ti l i i i . . I . i . j i .. .i i I . . .... ' J mere i mvoiveu in mem more man cem conn. nee, u,..,, hatralion. and to perpetuate whicb U corruption, has crept into the manage the success oi names or ol men. lo w. li is worm twice ass JM ia sought to elect Jamea Buchanan mt.nl uf public ffaira of this cou r . .... I r .1 . .1 1. : .r tr I . . . . . . vote tor tne men wn j nave mussquan- nor me iniormauou u impan. oi aw Mr . Qraamock confiima our opinion h. Vet the men who are nledvfed l a a . a a a . B a. t & 1 w awe. . a-l a; le-sr " dcred me public money, is to endorse I see, neoraa.a. lows, vregon, uaii tht there is a unity in the deaign ol perpetuate this system hope to be . . . i . i aj m i i i - ttieir course, anu eo courage it lor the lornia. utan. xsew mexico, snu oiner ubt, UemocraU auU tvuow Joiluugs aa vrn. ed on ihe nlea of suDo..rtir.ir th. .v, iuiai wuo e i rr w viuaumg mi uiiuvui, uejr sre Hellet. We earnest ly ure all in n lo . a a a ia ma v s .l. a m a a. i pose meae outrages, is to fry toreme- Uown. ws nope me s-ent tor mis one in Waahiniton, and one in Kan-L,nul,ire inlo qualifications, not int. dy them. If it oan not be done by county will meet with tbe success W, will sesur our old friend nMrt. and vole for the best men- - mm. .. . .1 . . a a't a. lu e. I ' . one cnaags ol otneers. it may be ef- map deserves, not lot nis aaae. oui lor lna, we ,re Hking arrangemenu lo n,ia has alwaya been our course, an tVMsil. h k.'nin.r wl..f fmmm, ..u. ihaukinf ihn ehilHrcnnf ihr snunti I . . l l i o.i. .... ... . . -j r.s " rM,7 P'lswsw worn wnoie swasee oi mem up on always snail lie. We oo not urg lor a term or years, us they have leach your Ohiiaren to nuay in- RIVer, there to stay till they learn thai ,,ny man to vtte for an unworthy man in wayne county where their bailiff, ograpny ol their own couniry. it i there are o; lo consult, v. cost less than 9-0 per month while in -od g'rioae couniry, though m l0 mH(le tnj unmnj,,. Franklin they cost upwards of 970 badly governed just now, but abetter per mon .a, and ail other expenditures day'a coming aye of the aame character in it oi. wun auuioruy to ps-s laws tor ihe government of said Territory re in it by declared lo be null and void. Ami no persons Im II hole mi IhVe or eseroise anv amhoriiy or ju I'.i.i tion in said lerriiory, uitdei oi v virtue of any pow.r or authoiitj lerivid fmm Ui h Legislative Assem bly; ner hall the members thereof el- viEteS any power or authority as .u.h." Tina too, was voted down as fol- oa s: Yea Messrs. Bell of New 11 im hue, Collamer. Durkee, Fessenden, Fool. Fouler, Mule, Si ward, Trura bull. Wmle and Wil-on 1 1. Nhjh Messrs Adams, Alien, Biy ird. Bell of Ttnne-ee, Beijimin. Biggs. iLJ.-r. Bright. Brodhead Brown, Cost, Clay, Crillendeii. IwuaisWi Dotgiu, Evans. Fitspurick. lieyer, lliuiier. Iveraon, Johnaon. Jonea of Iowa, Mallory. Maaoo. Prall, I I.. I v , nl, 8ab .stain. Slldell. Htuarl, riiomiiaon of K'-ntucky, loomb-. l'oucey, Weiler, Wright, snd Yulee :i6 There waa never an offer or propo sition on lhe pari of the Buchaneers or a majority of the Fdlmoie men, lo annul the aola of lhat bogua Legisla lure oi Kansas eiecteu oy a concer imiI invasion from Missouri: on the contrary, the proposition which waa made only repealed certain of their fiiyrantly unconstitutional and odious provisions, leaving lhe great body ol hose lawa, including such ae reuo mie and affirm lhe legal exialencs o Slavery in the Territory, in full force and etlect aanciioned. not annulled hv Conureaa. And thia sanction the Republicans were gravely asked to co i. p. rale in giving them And ihey were alao required to ap proio of the D. mocrslic (?) aystem of organising a 8iste by adopiing a eonstituliun, which riiould not be sub milled to the people. Great pacitica tion, ihl! there are peoplt lo consult, when laws o0 our ticket. Beware of just voiinu ihe ticket. Vote lor the besi men. A striking feature of the meet t t . m . . i ! . sj. n i .., o.i i i J-OOB QUI wr Winflieril '"f - - w" Court House, and address, lhe ciii- I . L. 1 - Tj. L. T-v I ' " oarreison Uunirnn. J. 1. iSimpson. aPPernCw . -r. o. ie , p M . . unli n n. . . . . I i B.. -L I .1.. n 1 ' I a. d. autron. und w.Uon Strong have lur "r,n- children at 7 P. M.. in the Prcsbvie lett orowneviue, eachowinirus ten dol- r" uu.u. "--7 church Iirs. We enuiion the public against of mm conty, wno ioid now ne nad trusting them. A man who will take u poper Ihre, yenre. and then sneak off without paying for it is not honest D...r vi. 11. q . . i.. r 1 iui. win., uuuo.uiciiuru. , i u u a fuo. Inst, will meet tbe township y trustees at ten o clock, Sept 17, al ihe "Who is George W. Claypaol?" One of the beat signs of the times is the repeated utterance of this signifi cant question, by honest Democrats ho intend to give him their support, though ihey expeot to vote most of the Democratic ticket. They know who W. Andrew Jackson Olidewell i 'I hey hav seen I ins for yeara hang ing around the Court House at pub lio expense, getting from a dollar and a half to two dollars a day for helping Col. Sloops, Isaao Jones and John Samuels and others do noth'ng, fur days together. They know him. anu will mark him, and give him achanc to make a living like other folks, afte this. Mr, Claypool is a young man, sbou' VO years of age. By industry ami pplication he has acquired a vert ifond eduoalion, and haa devoted most f hia lime to the honorable snd use. ul, bul not profitable, buriiiesn ol eachinb aohool. lie haa ei.joyi d lhe confidence of his neighbors to such an Xtent that he has, for four years, reen the Assessor of Fairfield town- hip. He works on the farm of his alher during the summer, and teach .s achooi in ihs winter. Heijust the kind of a self-reliant, induairious, uco. mimical man l introduce a new ordi r if ihinga in the Shenfi's department Nothing can be loat l hia eleciion. bul much may be gained. He will certainly be elected, unless hired vol eis thwart the will of the people. Border Ruffianism at Mt Carmel Some Democrats we mean twh Democrats aa now lead off in the po- iticai schemes of thu treasury eating, lavery -extending, vote-importing par- y determined to annoy the Cumback meeting, by ereoiing a pole on one side of ibe street, and stretching a banner to the carriagu ahop on the other side, to launt lho friends ol Cumbach by msknig hem ride under t and lower their flags. The pole was brought, and lhe hole dug, and the ar rangement m ide, but a few remark" from tome men who happened to be born in a free country, and who yet live in a free country, and who are prepared to Jit for the Ireedom of speech and ths right to travel a public highway, unmolested hy ruffians, mad. them reoonsider their reaolution. See ing there were no government troops lo back lhem in their intended invasion upon the rights of their fellow men Bord r Ruffians mty oarry their ia miIih n great way a in Kanaaa, but their brethren and aympathisers here must keep within bounds. Thu freemen of Indiana are not yel prepared for such acts as that proposed. keep the peace. We wiah every vo ter of Franklin county oould peep in n about eight auch men as Case and Stoopa and Samuels and Olidewell, nodding and tnoosiog around on the settees and cuhioned chaira at lh rates of 91 60 and 98.00 per day They would be mad enough to take a shalala and drive the lasy fellowa out to woik furs living. Try it genile men, next Tueaday with a little piece of paper wilh George Claypool'sname upon it. George will disperse them or we will disperse him. re-ei' ship. We are authorised to name Shulta, Jr., as a candidate for loa as Assessor in Bath town- essrs. liackleman and vxton were returning from one of their meetings laal week, ihey met a wsgon load of Drunken Border Rufflana, reluming from a Buchansn meeting. As ihey passed, the Ruffians set up a Iremeu 117 1 : J I . .. ... been solicited to take part in the &Pmm to an- jt ut Je, accompanied with a waving schemes of fraud now practicing m wis n.ggs aa a canu.uatt ,lf hats and banners, which frihum d tkia nutrie.t. in imnortW voters hO IwSW.s bwbwjb US the i'eace in Urookville Hcklen,ai.'s horses, made lhem rut, r w -is Foloy Co. I a townsnip. ..If. upsl the bujr .v. and badly hurt The Fair, which has been in him. Though they saw it all, th. Frek Speech Laasius M. Clay progreas three days, though less ao continued to yell, and never siopp. ü waa not allowed to speak ia Louisti 1 , onerously attended than laal year far a momeo'. lo SSiht the wounded imin, last weck, ülurious institution, is exceeds ihe anticipations of ita best nor help recover his horses. Such is Slavery. ' friends. ' the Democracy of these times. We hope our Bull Fork cor respondent will give us an account of the baptising al Goble's. SW It ia estimated thaw Gen. Foley haa already apent near 93.000 in this canvass. This barbecue at Oreens burg cost him near 9&00. 3T Rv. Henry Corjier delivered an able and eloquent address to hi counnymen on lasl Saturday evening in the Maiket House, much lo the an noyance of the office holding clique at-aF The Cincinnati A Indianapoli Rxiliotd has a .-am put on a morning train to Cincinnati Hope one of I he Conductors will s-nd us a new tiro table. Tbe cars go down by Spades' about 10 o'clock. TAXES COMPARED FBaMELIB COUJt TY 1 854, 60 euii's oil ibe IH&6. 60 " 1B0Ö, 41) M Avtrage, TJTf IOB OOTTBTT. IHA. 10 Oeiite on ibe 1999, 8 " M I 9100 48 8-3 9iuü ii The Last Dodge Finding it in vain to ontinue the cry of "lie, lie," answer lo the npoe of In Ji Isxes, the treasury ealera hav admitted that ihey are liih, but lhe fsult is with thu "Black Re publicana," who hid a msj .riiy in lhe House of the late legislature and ac cording to the Consliiution. all reve nue lawa must originate in the II us. ol Repreaentativea. Well said 1 Bul such dodging, w ui'i do. There an a great many Ignorent persons in ev- ry community , and such dodges ma suit litem, but there are not tnou. such in Franklin oouoiy to be of an) service lo the party in this time ol need. We suppose ih re are some whom it may satisfy. Peiaons who contend that lhe people ill Kansas e e have a light lo make their own laws can be made believe that lhe late leg i-lalure fix d the rate of taxation in Franklin at from 40 lo 6U cents while in other counties it ia from 15 lo 26 cents. The truth ia, the party feela coiner vd. They srecaughlal il, and wi-h to gel out aa best they can. We be lieve there are scoreaof honea', intel ligent men, who will forsake the pnr ty, rather than he implicated in auch miserable subterfuges to account lor the waste of Ibe people's money. To vote with a party lhat lhu squanders IBw public funds, and firat denies it, and then l' res to shuffle lhe responsi bility upon others, is to npprove ol boih the extravagance and duplicity Che truth is the leslalure had noth mg to do with our high taxes, hut, on the other hand did all il could to pre vent lhem. by providing that the slier if! should no. Colled fees, for the sei vies of bis bxilitis, but our officers have disregarded the law snd heme our high taxes. M ( It Falsehoods Answered once More Thongh we have rep-stedly sh iwn a a a, .at - SaSf t hai the nlea ol "tree lo reiruiaie meir own institutions in tneir own wav, 1 a base imposition, as the feels of the past two years, abundxntly prov, yet as a lie presisted in. req iirea repeated refutations, wesh!! again show that ii ntrr mot intended bv the friends ofthe Kansas fraud, to leave the p-ople of that territory "free to regulate Slave rv." in anv way. bul to admit it and 0 9 v ar lake cars of il. Look at the follow ing fanta, latel) furnished by the New York Tribune: March 8. 1864. Mr Douglas's Nebraak K tnsa bill being before the Senate, and lhe new M-ction nlnch declares it "the true in tent und iiicining of this act n-.l lo . gislale Slavery into any termor) or Siate, nor to e&clude II 'herefrom, but to leave thu People thereof p rfeOtll Ires to form tul regulate their domes tic 1 n si it uli ns in llieirowu way." A. in in, under coii-iileration Mr Chase ol Ohio moved to add lhe i.-l in 1 Word: Under which lhe people of the .111. rv. ihouuh their approuriale w w sew represeiilatites, may, if ihey see fit, prohibit the existence uf SluVi r) ilnieiu liisli amendment waa rejecUd: Yeas. I J; N lya. 35 aa follow.: Y,.a- Cliaae ol UUH U -die o Wis. Feaaemleti, Fiah. Foot. Hunliii. 933.0U Si ward. T1um .11. Siuilh, Suegner, Wade 10 if. A I . A 1.1.1.... II ..I .... 883 76 I ay a ri'iain', awiii'na, w . n . , - II. 1. . . . . . ,w ...... mm Ull, IK. Illlin, i.'ior., in.)".., fintier, U U. Ulay, utuyt n. u.wsoii Xn ,W Ü.IOII. Dodjeof Iowa. PoUOUlt A. IIIK AI5UVK MltUnB,- Aü .35 r Ctttt dudu-ed, IhoUah he a a a siet ses siiiitnti mm a. v if a S an 1 s a 1 a . . a aa a M.WI. INt!,Vt!.tt lil.h.N I U. I I. A ,ad voted just before J DIOTEU BY ANY CNE.Xf Mr Chaae .unher moved lo amend ao as to allow the people to chooe Read the letter to Rev. J- Ua- their own ttovernor as Well aa Ln-gl I I . - a 1 f , 1. laiure. I nis 100 was vo.eu uown 1 I '', 1 i'T", Urf ww 1 y i' w Nsit Wits We will not go to Y. a M.-ssre Chase. Fesaen.ien uress next week until Thursdav. P. rool. Hamlin. If.ir.ia. Beward. fehicld. I 1 . s as sat s ut U aaaA. 1 aEeaaSlwa .M.L.I ...I. nl OSBHE OUUHier. WaUe IU ....... ... h -V - I v .1 ... 1, , K .1 .mm. n.ii ,. ,, , 1 t' 1 n'' .i'B.i, iJ ".j' 1, M' " his county, rerons wnose mans .0 ß , wr)M,llrH(i DuUjU-. - not go out till Saiurday, can have L3j. Chs eud Clayton both failed hem by lending for them lhurday. to vote w mmm m . S SV p v. We uiigM give more aucn votes vwwvw orovimr the hollowness of the pre Thanks lo Mrs JefiVrson Cole- tm that Popular Sovereignly is re .colt for a specimen of Fremont tieets tahlial ed by ihis Kansas Ni braska U . .h.i.'i kw. Act, but must 1 a' content with a Iresii 99, 86 1-4. 17 17 II A4 35 HfSÖ, SS A vera; for four years, FAT8TT1 Average for lour s. WAYHI COOMTT. Average for lour )-ata BUSH f 0FBTT. Average for lour years Buiitft ttprntet . ompnrtd: FEANBUH COUNTY Average per )iar lor two) ears 9869,86 WaTÄX C0UHTT. Average, for two y. ara 7AYITTX For 1865 6 BTMH C0TJBTT. Average, for 1 wo years, AMOVK FittUHC BCLLXOEK TOWESBIP Hooppool C ÜOI be 1 1668) Me BBXTOE I whant ion to uuh you IteinsT about (he Buchanan party I an ewhig but I was Ukr "Jim o Clay I didnot know where to go the whig paity had lef. roe but i s luck wold hav it the de jb oor at a had a grand raley 10 day al Kuhn Hawkings and eh sB fUiporiiig of the people I never SEW befor they came to bear ths burning eleaquenee frees Dr Giff. rd and Dr Beery snd ihey warnot disopOiEieo Wether they war both t hear they did intend to hold the meet ing in the barn but the day was cole and disagreeable and the ham not big a nuff lo aeooasodavie all of the croud ihey moved ibe meeting to the bouse and held it on tbe porch the porch is eigh feet wide and ii is s.me longer then what it is wide lhe people all settled down in one corner eiuet by be dockters and 1 iboi 1 would count lhem and see if there waa any chance of the electing of Mr Buchanan or not well I counted ther was seeing amer icans and fore germ ans is a Irv ing and ihre boys and the two dock ters and Houleda the brtdg httder is evingteen iher I knowd il Buchanan la elected when the lime come for tbe epek- la .a a a . a a. a il ing the a caiera comreenseu wun an ihe lalenie and energy ihey had and that waa na much but it was soaue and ihey tumded me ss qui. k it made oy head swim an! mow 10 night I am as go d a democrat as ever drunk a quail of whiskey before brer k last but they say ibey cant take m in as a ful member tel I am bwtnised whitch will take plane Saterday the fussrth of Oct in the democrat founten by old dady Oobbles they are to have a mee ting for the exprese purps of SebVaV ng tbe convenes that they hav been taking in 1 .11 ley as this streem is not laid down on lhe map of Indiana I will toll )u wheir il is 11 heads in and EJ out ihs 1 1 l.ous Hnd bngprna knowing aa Wad kits and hroihers and then running ou'h lei it empes 11 self in ihe w at foikol while water use hall a mile vest of M tamora 1 1 h .s become ni-irc c lebnted than han the Hver Jordan and toxi 8tur a -s tu l a x a a. SV I nay 'to y win oe nun!. ri. onused hi 11 111 1 In- name ol disunion democ racy and lh x. n In .11 of ataiery. m and old John ami oung John and Josh and Valb will alt be babli.ed IE il and lade on ibe Cmrmnalia plat form to drv and a boat of others and when we git dude ofJ a ga we in l. ud to have a pole rasing be higest hat ever Bs iaied on lhe toil link one ihat will take awing mm and fore Kermans and two doekieia and ihrt e boye to r .-e and we will have bridg hilder lo holww for ws so I will drew my sheet to a el ..lor this nine but you will hear Iroes me a gane when ibe grand raley is over al Bsba branch or the il.Biu 01 atio 1. .um am 1 should a sade. Psrxa Faanriow. ?itb. Mi-mi h) . Oct 6 h. at VN hue. n h, Mry A 11. I nk, otm of Dr Heik, and daugh er of Mj. MackUmaa, aged aboul 3 J years. and Cumbach turnips lieve ihe beets cue be beat in any county, nor sush lu'nips, be turned up in this district, it would he folly lo hunt for Foley turnips like them. Our friends al the White Cor ner urn making largs naloula ions on a instance diawn from he actiou of the preaent Congreas only a few weeks ago: July 8 1866 The Toomhs Douglas Paaifiealion hill being before the Senate, Mr. Trum bull ol 111. moved lhe following "And be 11 further enacted, Thst I. e-aaU wVL. mi ...A....... f,..-. .1... 1 "e proVWoO in lhe 'Ad to organ s , , , itw . , Tit .1,, int, j."''k"k i .a, t ar i. . i . ihe I errimne of lHebiaska and Kn- piles oi t-oona mat are on ine.rcoun- . .hieb declare-il lo be lhe true ters and ahlvea some ol thm are ol mum NtKj meaning' of said aoi 'not ihe very finest ttxiure all of lhem to legi late Slavery into anv it-rriton suited to tbe eason. or State, nor lo exclude it h.-r. Ir..m, bul lu leave the people lh reof per Importing Voters. feet ly free lo form and regulate tlx ir We call aiu-iiliou io the aiticle from I donie-itc insiiiunons m their own way ihe Kuahvi'le R. publicar, on our firsi 'u''J-t "iy to ibe Conaiuutiuu oi ihr m seej . r United R sdes s.i,l,.,ilnl lav SUsd ??2? paie, in regard to impornnir votf-ra . . . . I 1 mm mm p,, -r II , I , f . . W I u u .. ,.. I Ik. Rb, tiu. this disirict. So much impir w of lhtJ jty KaBwastah lance ia attached to defeating Cum- powi r, al any time, thi ih ita Ter back, lhat thouaanda of dollars are niorial Ln-gialaiure, to exclude SMer) eipended to bring into lhe District "oa ,u -rriiurw or lo recogu... " B -M . S . a . . a . II voters fr.im other distneta. V e are rn" CP " ,rt.n M fü. f Lis loo waa vuLeii doWO, SS lol 1 I. f 1.1 . "I -w - credibly iniormed in a provisions nave iniTCHBLI.vS SEW MTIOSU. lif liF Til mm STATES. Ilrpukllc r SErSleS), trnlnl iSM new. 'eai 1.4 lalaiwOe t ub-. At.. AO. This sew Ainu sua exbi utbo si s e IB Ira i.at 'ear Im fcwa tn I. Si all tarees as i- $ a vice of tse ." 1 n 4 aisles, sei ikaai.Nih-ra Niaaas at Ma.aaa se.' Ova . BSE Amailaaa Wlatae. w.o. Ua i.-.-li, . i.n.Owa of so , Hi I mi. ri.a It has last la .. J a. 'I i '.. Uta I a. alt. mm C WSslaea aas shim ml Ess aas. saw UM west r. rwa'IS. Ii U aa leaNae a.bla srtli la la ..) lani.n . e .11 bw 1 urui.s ml It, h..l.l.laal al Uta anulaelivr" .rl...uC ca.. ls bal " l "f sssSS. 1 ' safcs rieer eiH tul' lb,, dlSaraal aaiStiae ef WIS aed adjntalaa; ,-namiwaaa r. (-w-.til. . d l..w I- m-al wi.h tu, b Hauarafwuiaai as Um asärMs af the Mainls-rvsS. aassaeÄ On iuif wb. P.ssraBT. HEW SV VALIABIE LAW H. W. DERBY k C0M LEW EOOwSEI LEKM AM HlSt.lr.HEES, Have just piibiianeu, 1st larsje Eve. velwiMS. McDON LD'Ö I KKATfSE. A THE lTN oh THB I. W el. T10 TO l .a K..aara aud laUw or J-" Kara ad . ...,-iai.i . la Ul- -. f ' : 535 asssMia ws s d - ? uM- " t moil Lao. g ! -ejW. ... . .... , aj.al.ir.ia. uSWrrs ofCaart. s..d Urib.-a.- Ear aaH.e a llawarl, ihal U w Ul aa iwaa.d fa.,. law. been made for aboul luOU voter . f . .... . a ns. L. i ineroen oe on hi. ir ifusra i nis . . . ..- a. ... i aai una is poi.uiar an er. iniv ! mi. sourisns to go into Kansas, ami pen pie fmm other districts to be sent hen to override ihe will of our people. I l estimated Dial near IJU0 have al rendy ben engaged from aVaVSW snd H EfJ Counties. K. ep a look for llu-m Ii is time for freemen to arouse whin the scenes of Kansas are thus Irans ft red to our own soil. Messrs. Allen. Brll of New lire. Lu isnier, w. , lows: Yeas ilaiiiiisl . . i . wsVo, Foot. F.sier. line, Oiwaru rruitibull. and Wade II. Kux .MwSefSi Adama, BafStsf Brlij OHUle HiggS, B'lrr. 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