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o. m. cir:aiiAM, E::tor. - HUOOKVILLK- ; ' YZ7 Hornlnf, eeptenber 25, 1868. ' Sho Joint Diccucoion Ertcseo Governor Baker and Senator Hwlri will take place on the Fair Grounds to-day, (Thorsdsv.) eoeamencing at. I celock P. M. Au Immen number f. of ptopli will ha br from every direction, til special lovitatione hava been lent to all Jljtlican organisations ia thts County .od adjoining; Counties. It become the datj cf every Republican to eee that they are veil eared for, and although arrango- VPtahavo beeq made to accommodate evsry visitor, yet many will do doubt be unprovided fur, unless our people make ittbxir Individual buainesa tu tea that . B . t 1. - A ' C'tDtDg m vaaiing ia iui rcspeoi. uv 'everybody b a committee of one to ao- ( connodatg aa many aa ponible at their ova booses, io addition to what they have already agreed to do. Let "the latch triog U out, friends, and do your hole duty ip tU matter. REPUBLICAN 'mm mtvtt . AT BROOKVILLE pa Catttf day, Oct. 3 0, 1CG0. It U1 La seen by the proceeding! of th Central Committee, published else ' fbare, Out It ia decided to have a Grand JUUy of the Kepublicaos of Franklin s adjoining Counties at Brookvilld oo Saturday Oct. lOtb. Governor Mor ton, Cot. Will Curoback, Hon. Geo. W. ' V a. a a a, a a Ja 111 n and othor erom nnt irtikin have I i . r I , fcLP lOTiied ind art confidently expected to id o cess tue people on tfiat occasion. i There will be a Publio Dinner oo the Fair Grounds, a Torch li,tbt I'rocesiion "at uihf,'su Illumination, Fireworks, ic. This eieting is expected to be the Grand -eejReJlj of the Canvass ia this part of , . . , - ' - ,- Fnnklin County Fair. ' Tha County Fair wsa vary largely at. tended hsat week, proving a great success faaaeially, some 11,400 haviog been re- eitd. There waa a very good alabl- tlojt of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, liuggies, .Carriages, Ac, and aUo a very good va riety ia th Ladies' Department. Ver Jew agricultural Implements wire on the grouad. The Climax Mower and Remy'a Iron Cultivator took first preuiumi. We expect to publiih the full Iii t of pjreu. oa it an vaily day. !Tow that a good commencement baa been made ia improving the grounds, and auQcient money received to p4y all ex pnsaatbns far. It U hoped that other eaaded improvements will be made, and that our County Faira hereafter may take raak amoag the best iu'the State. So not it be. Tt Trwniendout Outpouring at Con neriville, 0 Wtdoeaday of last weak, has driven oasternatioa into the ranka of the De mocracy. It proved to be io vastly be yond their expee tattoos, that it baa caus ad then to be open wide their eyet to the fact that their party will be swept away this Fall as by a whirlwind. It ia (al. ready eo need ad by their leadera io this seli on that the Demooraey la ''gone up" sure aad aertain. Move on the column, toy. ... i ' Another Ü Nilled. Tha Fi-mnklt Ormoemt, tu replying to the charge f the Richmond RaJictl that the former'a atory about Hon. Geo. W. J alien refusing to contribute towards fur ftiahlag aa outfit for the Fighting Boys la Diu of Centarville. was "a lie out of the whole cloth," stye that its authority waa Gea. Becanetr; that "(Ian. Rennett pnblidy told It it Conocrvii!e.M Gen. Ueanatt authoHse us to deny that he ever aald so; aad furthermore, Gen. Dennett eayahahadnot been at Coa neriville at any time between the dales of those oc earrencas, and could not, therefore, having gävea utterance in Coonerjul!e touch a barg. So that ia another lie aailad. Denble Murd.rst Indianapolis. Oa Saturday afternoon, Mr. Jacob Young and wife, highly respectable citi uns, were murdered nesr tho city of Jo diuaspol'i. Mrs. Young had a pistol ball ia her head, and herelothet were entirely barnei from her b iy, and the lower part or her ab Ionic and thigha were burned to a ericp. IKr husband was found lying aUut ti-ht feet from her, with the whole rf the npper pari of hia head blown off, an 4 a do'i'ulo-lurrolüi ahot-gun lay aome tea (eit dMaut, with only ota barrel dis charged and both bammera at a full cock. Iii relieved tLey were ruurJsrod, as Mr. Young had a considerable aura of money io hia possesaion fn the morning, and h was foaiid oa hia. peraoa when dis enrered Hia poeket baok wa: found mM4 i Ua anotanta. Tb officers are en the trark af the np ptvedi4rJrer. TV 4 ONLY TWO WEEKS-WORK! Two weeks from next Tueadar will b election day. Let tbare bt vigorous work from tow till that day. The political tkiea art bright enough to-encourage every weak-kneed Republican. , The glorioua newt from Vermont, and the thrillioz response from Maine, art suffi cient to ioipir every one with a determl nation to do bia duty and hia whole duty. Let ua tend baek from Indiana a noble, hearty tesponso to Maine and Vermont. And to do to, let every man buckle oo Li armor and do (Ccctive aervice for hia country from now till the very laat houre oftheaccood Tuesday in October. To work, friend, with will, till an over whelming triumph greets us at the ballot bux. Rejoinder to Mad dock. In reply to the Scaveuger of the Dem ocracy, we bava to say that Ben. A. Smith is mistaken in his sworn statement pub lished by Maddock in the last issue of the Democrat. We presume that said state ment was prepared by Maddock and pre sented to Smith, for his signature and oath when under the influence of liquor, for we do not think that Smith fsllhouizh mean and low down in the scale of human existence,) would have knowingly, delib erately and intentiooally, when in his right niind and duly aober, have made out aodawornto said statement. Wt aver most positively that Smith is mistaken as to our making "a proposition to him to change our paper from a Republican to a Democratic orgsn." We never made any auch proposition to Smith, directly or io airccwT. ab io bis siaiemeni mat we were "tired of the Republican party, and in favor of going back on them, aa they were ukiog (oo Aach of him" (us), (here is not a word of truth Io said Statement. Ae to bit statement about what Maddock told hi oi, we know nothing, and have no mesne of knowing whether it ia true or false. Hut we do know thjt If Maddock told Smith so, he lied knowingly, will fully and intentionally, and waa telling (be ssme ho that we recently nailed to his forehead. The affidavit of Smith does not support the charge tosde by Maddock, who said .L.. .t.- . i . . u tu vuor caaure our paper into m 'Democratic organ waa made to him when we met him in the hall, and afterwards renewed it) our office'wben be came there to have aome circulara printed for tue Teachera Institute. Does Smith oorrobo. rate thia atatemeot in any way? He doea not; but, on the contrary, says be was in the of) co it the time Maddock came there to get bis circulars printed, and that a conversation took place between himself and Maddock about hia having mad ar- rangcaenteto purchne preis at Ver sailles for the purpose of starting a Demo oratio paper in Drookville. Thta atate ment gives the lie direct to Maddook'a statement about the second conversation taking place in the office. In addition to that, it carries the lie home to Maddock io another direction, for at that time Carr was running the FranllU Democrat; Smith had just informed Maddook that ho was going to start another Democratio pa per in Drookville; thereupon, according to Maddock, we proponed to change our pa per to a Democratic paper, making the AVJ Democrstio paper in Drookville, where at that time on?, could not be sus tsined outside of the County official printing and advertialng. This was truly a great time for Democratio newspapers! a will now draw the veil of charity and pity over Den. A. 8 müh a man who baa auok so low In the estimation of rosn kind that even tba infamous, contempt! ble Scavenger efthe Democracy, Maddock, could not take hia word nor publiah his statement unlen he filed a voluntary tili davit to try to boliter it up. Rut we have one word more to say to Msddock. Aa to your threat to handbill ua from Oxford and Cincinnati, we koow from experience and observation that you are mean enough to do anything to injure us that you can do without laving your- elf liable h prosecution under the- laws or tba Stat or Indiana. Yoa cannot 1 . . m Dring any statement irom any man, wo man or child from either one -f thne places who hat not tank atlw in (lie teal of moral exithnet at yourtrlf, that will in jure ua in the least! Hut we cannot draw the veil of charity and pity over the moral depravity and pollution that covers you Asm the crown of your head to the sole of your feet. With sll your falsehood hurled back on your head, yon did not dare to fileyowr voluntary affidavit to the troth of your chargea against us, because you wn afraid of the law. We now de liver you over to the scorn and contempt of the human family, as one unfit to live in eivil society. The Stats Fair. The Uh anntnl In liana Stife Fair to be held at Indi.iM'i'i, cMjin enctng Sopf." 28th, is near at Land and bids fair t h much the Isr.'ot exhibition evr held In the Stit. Fall 1 12,000 ar ttVred at premiums, an 1 more ihsa 1 11,000 luve been expendeJ Coring the mmmrr in fit. ting up the ground. An AmpMt! atr 40 by 200 fee, a Mr-rbanirV Hall SO by 200 feet, a Fi . Art IMI ISO by 130 feet, snd several other new building have been erected. The time track enlarged and improved, and evcrvtlilnj within reach of the B srd has been done to ren der a visit to the Fair plesssnt to all. The P. Ii I. R. It. Co.. hire lai.l a ,M track to the ground, which together with j the street ear will rooder the Fair of eay 'areefs from al parts of Indianapolis. , Meeting of Central Committee. BaooicviLLx, Sept. 17th, 18C3. TU Central Committeo cf Franklin Cowoty met pursuant to eall of Chairman. On motion, Will 11. Leo was appointed Chairman pro tern, and J. S. Moore Sec retary. A Committee of three waa appointed to co operate with a like Committee oo tie part of the Democrata to make arrange ments fur the Joint Discussion between Gov. Baker and Hon. T. A. netdrickeith Club. Besides these, the ball was on the 24th Inst. The follow'rag persona were appointed on sail Committee: R. H.Swift, Walter Ö. Dakar and Jno. U. Burton. A letter was received from the Chair man, C. C. Dinkley Esq , announcing bis resignation. Wm. Reynolds was appointed a mem ber of the Central Committee in place of C. C. Biokley, resigned. II. II. Swift Esq. waa appointed Chair man of Central Committee. Capt. Phil lipe wat appointed a member of Central Committee for Salt Creek Township, in place of Jno. F. Rom resigned. A Grand Matt Meeting was appointed for Saturday the 10th of October 18C3. On motion, the Commitfeo adjourned. W. R. Lie, Chairman pro Um. Jno. S. Moore, Seo'y. Taxation. The Democratic party, in its extremity, to aava its rotten caroasa, resorts to all manner of misrepresentation on the ques tion oi'taxation. They even go ao far aa to aay tuat com meal ia taxed. This kind of "stuff" may do to toll to Democrata, but every Republican in tbe land knowa that the whole thing ia a base fabrication, without the least foundation in truth. But let the Democratio mode of tixation ba substituted for the present system "Equal taxation Is every speciesof proper ty'' then tbe poor man's "half bushel meal" and everything else will have to he I taxed. . . We are all ready to admit that the taxes are very heavy and burdensome in Frank lin County; Aa our Democratio friends are lb profuse io their procoisos to reduce the taxes, would it not be well for them to commence the good icofJi in Franklin Coun tyf W know a work of thia kind woul meet the approbation of a large msjoritj of the tax-payera in this tsx-ridden County. The peoplo are at a loss to know why our taxes are ao much higher in this, than in the adjoining Couotiea Rush, Decatur, Fayette and Union. Men who have the ability to figure up large Democntio gains in tbe recent elections in Vermont and Maiue, can certainly o!ti this "little problem." This is i very important question to tbe tax-payera, and it is expected that unless this matter can be satisfactorily accounted for, tbe peo pie will conclude there is "something rot ten in Denmark." Internal Revenue. Wa are informed by 11. H. Swift Iq that the assessment of Internal Revenue in tho Fourth District of Indiana fur the month of August, 18G3, amounted to til,- 423 63 as follows: It.SU it llaak 117 0 OroM Hacolpti,.... 123 JS HUn 8 73 1.003 da Lfcli k tfuocMilooi, II 12 ArileUi Io 8cb lul A, H 187 e a DlaUlltd lrlU, M ....Sfl,4S 20 Total aee ...$11,438 S3 Republican Mass Mooting at Conner! ville. Co as ins villi:, Strt. ICth, 18C3. Mn. Bingham, Sir: I have pleasure in informing you that thero was a great Republican Masa Meeting hero to-day. The Union party turned out en maiM, and for once made the Demoorata tremble in their shoes. If men had turned out who had been known for years to havo been Republicans, that would have been much; if men thst hsd been doubtful had coma out openly for tl rant & Colfax, that would have been more. Rut nothing w.M satis fy tha people in this part of tha Stato but to eome out as tney are; not as they were, Lut at tley are; and I venture tossy that in conacqueoce or inc apcecuoa mado by Gov. Morton and Col. Hrquhar, not less than three bundred bei-arue cooverta to tho true tilth who have hitherto been keeping very bad company. The peoplo of this District have heard from Vermont; they Hare Dad it whispered that Maine baa done her duty, and they hopo that the "Great L'agl of the West" will hsve to move out of the?o States and mike bis home towards the setting sun. 0. F. Republican Meetings at Oak Forest. Oaic Forest, Sept. l9th,18GS. Mr. A'ior, We iro blessed with politi cal meetings at thia place. On the 10th inst. wa bad a joint discussion between Rev. N. F. Tower and A. B. Line Esq., wnicn lasted lor tnrea iiours. we aro- aa 4 a m quite proud of our Rev. fur tbe able man ner io which lie dübatea. On the l&'-h tust, the Grsnt snd Colfax Club iviet pursuant to stljruiuent. Geu'l Thus. Y. Bennett wss introduced to the audience and spoke fully two hours in his ukiisI able snd stleunan liko msnner. tien. Bennett i sn able speaker, and carnea conviction to tha hurts of hi hoartrs. Alter the conclution of the Gutitrsl's Fpceoh, three cheers weregivun for tii Old Flag, three fr tbe Union, thruo for Grant, CoFfix, the State and County tickft. and thrro for Gen. Ben nett. The Club adjourned to meet on Saturday uext, tha lüth inst., at 3 o'clock I'. M , at Squiro Hirvey'a School llou. On Wednesday evening laut tho Mesn. Bruckun, Muddock snd Chas. Moormann spota here. It ia not woiiit while for mi to report their speeches, for they aro the anie-tht aiioy have been making all! over the Cuuuty. Eleazir. ' Meeting of the Grant & Colfax Club at Mattere' Hall. Mr. JLViror, Tbe meeting of the "Grant & Colfax Club oP Drookville Township" at Masters'' Hall on Saturdsy evening, Sept. 10th, for tho purpose of dedicating their new ball, waa a-suocesstbat aurpasa- ed oar moat sanguine expectations. The eveoine waa inclement. Due there were about one hundred present, Including many who not regular membera of graced by the presence of many of the fair sex of Drookville, who evinced by their smile of approbation that their pat riotio hearta were aglow with interest for tba great cause of Republicanism. Pres ident Stone, after calling the meeting to order, introduced Col. Jno. II. Farquhar, who for more than hour held the audience spell-bound by one ofthe neatest speeches we ever beard the Col. make. He began by saying be considered the present campaign mora important than any that baa occurred since the founda tion of the Government, and although bis business called him to leave tba County within the next two weeks, bo would sac rifice all personal Interest and remain to cast his vote at the October and Novem ber elections, lie proceeded to picture the discordsnt element composing the New York;Convention, setting forth bow the "You Eagle of the Wesf was alauchtprr the hnndhnldera tf th o J - - - Ks6t,andiiOw the eighty-three rebel of ficers, led by Vsde Hampton, secured the nomination of Frank Blair on the strength of his revolutionary letter. The tax question waa bandled(by the Col. with a master hand, especially the high taxes of Franklin County compared with ad joining Counties, and the reason for suoh unjust taxation in this County. The spesklog wss frequently interrupted by regular out bursta ef srplsuse. The next speaker was Thomas B.Adams h.q., who, atier repeated call, ascended the platform and waa creeled by such volley of cheers as would Lave embarrass ed and discomfited a mora ba.Lful man. Mr. Adims proceeded to aay that he waa no politician: that he had promised bim- elf he would never azain take an active part io politics; that he had expected, for various reasons, to support Judge Reid for Congress, but after reading Frank Blair's letter half through, he had been converted, and now he believed be waa aa good a Julian man aa any in tbe District. He amerted there were some things in the extreme radicalism of the party that had not suited him; "but," aald he, "the Republican party has made the greatest and roont brilliant record or any party that ever existed, and it record will be felt by tbe latest generation." The un repentant rebels, be contended,. should be kept out io the cold until they came bsck boiniliated and repentant like tha Prod igal Son, and tbsn would ba time enough to "kill the fatted calf" and receive them again to the national household. Mr. Adams retired amid rounds of applause, afier which tha Club adjourned to meet on Ibe following Monday evening. Permit oie to say that Mr. Stooe pre- aidea with admirable dignity, and the thanks of tbe Club are due him for bis indefatigable effort a for the success of the AaooiaUon nd tho triumph of Repub lican principle. Bin M. McCAtttr, fcco y. An Irishman'! Yiow of tho Dond Ques tion. The Decatur (Kansas) Guctte reports the following conversation that occurred between a prominent Democrat and an Irishman of that city, recently. For convenience, it designatca tha partioa as Jack and Pat: . . Jack How do you like tho Democratio platform? a a a aa. aa a l'st l csn t understand it; would ye be after explaining It to me all. about tbe bond question? Jack Uh, jss, with pleasure. You see the rich men own all tho bonds, and the poor ueo have to pay for the bonds. X'at Ihr devil ye savl Ia that the way? Jack Yes; and now the Democratio tarty proposes to pay off the bonds with greenbacks, and thus everybody will be treated equally. l'at I thst in yer platform Jack Not in ao many word, but that ia what it means: and now. Pat, I want you to do all you can for our party; bring w..a t . .a . a all tbe boys out to all the meetings, and Pat Would on, Jack; will yer paung the bonds off in greenbacka make tho poor man aa rich aa the bondholder? OSCK ioi ciacwj, iuo uonuuoiuor will have his in greenbacks, where we can tax them. Pit Then there will to all prcenWki, and money will be plintv, and we'll git gould fur our greenbacks if we elcot Say mour? Jack No, not exactly; there is not gold enough in the country. l'at Thin we are not to have gould at all? How the devil are ye going to pay off the greenback? Jack A part or it will be paid off hy taxation, tho money we take from the peo pie for reveuue, stamps, etc; aod as ' the greenbacks get wirn by constant band ing, we will print new ones. Put I see, ye propose to take the debt now carried by tlie rich bondholders, aod divido it among toe people, rich lud poor alike, by forcing the bondholder to spiod hi money for prtpertyf Jack Exactly; you are learning fast; nd you see l'at Mould os an idea strikes me. f the Government doht is all in croon- backs, aod thim in oirculilbn, Low luaoy cords of tiiiiu will it Uka to buy a cord of ood? , Jack I cannot exactly say. what they would be worth-that will regulate itcelf lut. by the by, Pat, could you pay mo that ittle note you owo me? It wa due rtcr- . II - I .L I day, anil t necu ibu money very innen. l'at lis, l ausw ine um h one, uwi I'll uav V according to tha Diin i'i.itio platiortn. J4ck ll'Ä'jf dityou minf lMt I inane I'll givu IVd! not.j for the one je hire Juck There's nothing about i;ivin fit' uh note in the Democratic pU'l'jrm. i lMYi, je said ed pn the houdnj in greenbacks, and both of them are ptom. ita to pay of the same Government. Yets give one promise to pay for another on, 1 till .. a IA Kb .1 Slid 1 II glVO ye nu jiuiuiw u for the oiio vo hsre now. Tha note have now says too per cent, iotereat; new one will ssy without interest, and no time aet for its payment. Jack Out this ian individual matter snd tbe other is a Government matter. You honestly owe me, and promised1 to pay ma yesterday. Your proposition is to cheat me out of my money. Pat An' it' cbatin ye out of yer money, it is? An haven't I as good a right to chate ye as tbe Government has to cbate the widdies and orphan whose money is all in Government bonds? I'll pay ya on the Democratio platformt The Largest Political Demonstration Ever Held in tha White Water Valley. SrxEcnca bt Gov, Mobtow, Hort. Geo. W. Julian, Job Stevinso., Major Porr, Hon. J. H. Farquhar, Ilox. W. P. Fisu back, Gen. Bennett, and em ins. 8petal UUfraai to ta Joaraat. Connkbsvillx, I WD., September 16. Tha Republican demonstration here to day exceeded anything of tho kind ever attempted in the White Water Valley. Early In the day large delegations from tha various townships of Fayette county commenced arriving, with companiea of Fighting Boy in uniform, mounted and on foot, with music, banners, splendid de corations, wsgons representing the States, manufacturing establuhmenta in full operation, and all the paraphernalia of a vigorous and enthusiastic political cam paign. Delegations in Isrge numbers came from Liberty, Milton, Centerville, Rich mond, Cambridge, Runhville, Newcastle, and other towns on the railroads centering here. By noon the town waa full of people; the delegations filed through in grand procession, snd were welcomed with a warmth and enthusiasm heretofore unpar alleled in thia region. The decorations ofpublie sad private buildings were pro fus and beautiful, and (lie generous hos pitality of the citisens waa .unbounded. The streela ware spanned wWh areh and mottoes, lud the whole town wo cruwued with Haps. The meeting wss held near the town, and waa opened by Speechen from three stands. At least ten thousand people were present. Senator .Morton, lion. Job Stevenson, Hon. George W. Julian, Mijor John 11. Farnuhar. Mr. Daler. of Cincinnati. Ma jor John H. Popp and others, made ad dresses, which wera received with on bounded enthusiasm. Io every way the meeting waa a magnificent success. At night, a grand torch-light procession and illuminstion, with firework aod transpar. encies, closed the exercises. General Dennett, Hon. William P. Fiahback and others made speeches, and the enthutias- tio demonstration of tha people continued to a late hour. THE VICTORY IN MAINE. Maine baa followed Vermont in the great tidal wave of Republican victories that has atarted io the utmost East oo Its way across tie American continent. Like the liriuh drum teat, the pean of Republican triumph begina with the sun, and following the hours, it encircles the contioaut with ono coutmued strain of patriotic airs. Thepo are demonstrations that the heart of tbe American people is aound. 'J bia i the forward march of the great people who saved the Republio io the war, and who Lave determined that their work shall not bo lost. Aa Vermont and Maine have gone, so will go tbe whole North. So the Democrata would have said if they reduced our majority, and to they know it to ba when wa have doubled our majority. Gssette. JUDGE REID. Judge Rcid is opposed to the whole re- construction policy of Congress, aod in favor of overturning the loyal governmente a&tablisbed under it io the Southern States. Judgo Reid is opposed to granting any political or civil rights to the negroes. Judge Rcid ia iu favor of restoring the rebel who for four veara fought against the flag of their country, to place and power under the Government. Judge Rcid la in favor of granting to the South all those rights, which, after four veara of bloody war, they failed to rosiotain. Judge Reid is in favor of another war rather than see the Southern State con trolled by loyal rxen. Judge Reid supports Frsnk Blair, who was placed in nomination by the rebel Gencrsls Preston and Forrest, and endoiscs tbo Democratio platform, of which Wade Hampton is the suthor. W. Dublin Times. IMPORTING VOTERS. The Republicans of this county ahould keep a iliarp. lookout after tho nany atrango persons that are daily aoen upon our streets. There is not a doubt but that the Democracy is it ita old gamo of importing unprincipled scallawags from Kentucky and other parts of the oountry, in order to carry the election in thia coun ty in October. Every Union man should make it bis business to find out whether there are persons in his neighboorbood who have been in the State but a ahort time, and make the facts knowo to tbe Registry Board; and also be at tho polls and see that no man votes who is not en titled to do ao. Thia ia no soara-crow we know exactly what we are talking about. There are persons in this town who have not been io the State two months and soma of them openly deolare that they were in tho rbei army, and would go into it again if necoMtary. Wo can furnioh the names of good citif.cn in proof of (hi assertion men who hoard tho lantiagf ufcd. Tho Copperheads are uning every exertion to carry the oounty election, and it boho)vc every Uiiiou man to be on the lookout, nnd contribute his mho in rjuintsiuiog tho purity of the ballot box. Djcatnr l'rena. Tho Eniirr rm'or trlod to crow. yoMtMlay, orr il" D-nioeratio victory (?) Mi j' une. Hour miny stirri "victories would it requite to elect Seymour? fmt yt rir, tho Ri'j uhlifun curried Maine by ll,jnu, thii year bv over 20 001). The Mino j ti orh'uiuif iniTi oe in Penmvl vuni:i ntil Ohio wo il l n'lt the Rj)ub!i- con k'tU ."M.nr-t in t (.-r by decisive niiijiuit'.t m. Unt we cliill do btter than that. I h Republican majority in Ohio will not be lesithm 23,000; and if Graut doea not carry tha State in November by 40,000, tha Knquirer's bird will have a greater ibduccmeut to erow tbtu it bsd yesterday. Gatette. MAINE. Boston, September 15. J. G. DIslne, Chairman of tbe Maine Republican State Committee, telegraph from Augusta: "We bava carried every Congressional District, even where tbo vote is closest, by over 2,500 msjority. We have carried every county, regaining the three that were carried by the Demo crata last year. Wa bava elected every Senator and seven-eighths of the House of Representatives, and have rolled op a pop ular majority for Governor Chamberlain of 20,000." A vqv71, September 17, Official returns from more than three anarters of tbe towns of the entire State, fully confirm our claim to 20,000 majori ty. We gain more than 9,000 on last year' majority, and are 7,000 in excess of our aversgo msjority for tbe past twelve years. The total vote fs by far the larg est ever thrown in Maine. Jamej G. Blaisi, Chairman State Republican Committee. The Meeting Last Saturday. Tbe meeting in this place last Satur day, and addressed by Hon. G. W. Ju lian, waa large and enthusiastio. Aa tha October election draws near, Mr. Julian gaioa friends. Those who have formerly felt a lukewarmness in regard to voting for Mr. Julian, are wheeling into line for that gentleman, ltia claimed by the Democracy thst ha (Julian) will be scratched" by a great many Republicans. Thjre doubtlesa ia some ground for such claims, but not to the extent claimed by thn blataot Democracy, who, in their drowniog condition, are ready to grasp at a atraw, that they may breathe essier for the little time allotted to them before they die nnd are buried forever; and since the iiaue is narrowed down to voting for a loyal man or voting for a traitor, there is not a single Republican who will vote for tbe traitor. Reid ia tho traitor Julian is the loyal inau. For proof of tho asser tion, take the record of thetwo men. Ju lian bar ever been true to bia country. Jude Rcid ba not, and admits aa much. Judge Rcid says in bis speeches that if the people will elect him to Congresa be will vote that the Southern rebel be giv en all the former rights and privileges en joyed by tbeui before tha war. . He ssys, also, thst (or four long years he was Cl ient, that i thst during. lUe war ho waa no allowed to tpeak kia autiuieuta What do you think those sentiments were, Un ion man? If hie eeotuaenta eie tboae of loyalty and patriotism, why wa he afraid to speak them? Ahl they wer not loyal aod patriotio veutimeuts. He waa a rebel sympathiser and a traitor. Had he been in the South, be would have been juyt aa Km ! m Ipaifns as si .IavT llsiriai Am it ava he lived tn a loyal omm unity and cboce tossy and do nothing for his adopted coubtry in her hour of need. Suppo Judge Rcid had been in Cungresa during the war. Do you suppose he would have voted for the prosecution of the war? Do you uppo he would have voird fuppltfi to our starving soldiers in the field? No; you do not. Vour cottsuetico tells jou nor. He would have voted "aot soother man nor another vl ilUr." On the con trary, what iSi Gcu. W. Julian d 7 Why he wted supjjli to our aruiie; be voted for appropriations for carrying on the war until the rebel of the South ware whip, ped back into tbe Uuion and msde to know their duty to t tie i r Government, he has voted for every cueueure which was for the good of the Government, ho ha been loyal and true to the Government on every occasion, and stand studl'at sod firm yet. Personalities should not be thought of in the present contest. Union men should look at tha issue at stake in their proper light. On the one hsnd you are asked to vote for a man who has al ways been loyal and true to hi Govern ment, while on the other band you are asked to vote for a conglomeration of flesh, blood, bones and well and who has been loyal to the devil, disloyalty snd treason. Choose ye betweou. Liberty Herald. Mob in Georgia. Our special dispatches give an sccoont irsiv m i sa v e mw e'ex mw w of a bloody assault upon a Republican meeting at Camilla, Ga., by the ku-Kiux Democracy, which resulted in the ki.ling and wounding ol Ülty to one hundred per sons, including thirty five negroes killed. The Republicans were unarmed, and this fsct was kuown to the "brave" Ku-Klux. This occurrence was made the subject or a special tucosage by Gov. Bullock to the Legislature, in which he aked that bouy to pass a resolution asking the President for a military force to aid the civil author ities in preserving the peace. Such a resolution waa oticicd, but was promptly votod don. Wc have also a Copperhead account of thia affair, which, for barefaced lying, ex- CCCds invthiog wc have seen of fate. The fjlow who sent the lie, however, is not a pood hfltid It that kind of business. He did not ace the importance of keeping within the range ot prooaomry good liar alwaja appreciates. 1 c Ihia a or exam pie, na saya the coiorea men, io mo uum ber of 45U, went to the meeting "aimed to the teeth." These were put to flight by fifty armed whito men. The remarkable part of the story is that of the 450 colored men "armed to the teeth," 75 to 100 were killed or wounded, while it ia only claim ed that five of the 'brave whites" were wouudod, and we venture to aay'that thia is an exaggeration. The negroes, accord ing to the rebel accounts, are alwaya tha aggressors; but, soma way or other, the killed and wounded are alwaya on the side of the poor negroea, while the rebels es cape without a scratch. The rein of terror ia increasing at the South. Blair's revolutionsry letter, in dorse! by the New York Convention, ia bearing it natural fruit. Dut thia ia on ly 'a foreshadowing of the bloody work that would follow an indorsement of Blair at the ballot box in i ovember. Gssette. , st s eWatn We learu that Messrs. George and Wil liam Devlin, brother of the Hon. Lafe Devlin, Ute Chairman of the Democratio 8i'o Central Committee, who havo here tofore scted with tbe Democratio party, are now open in their opposition to that a a . a tt psrty, wnu uenounca tue ingratitude ol the self constituted leider, vis: diicka and McDonald, io severe lien-! terms. Mr. Devlin was induced to invest his moo ey in the Democratic State organ at this tl co by their promise of aupnort, eto., ut it wsa not forthcoming, and the mo ment be would not consent thst hi prop erty should be ued by these ambitious lentlcmen, in attempt! made to disgrace him in tbe ayea of the people of tho State. Is it aoy woader that tha friend and rtl stlvca of Mr. Devlin shoal I refuse o sup. port such men for oCce? Journal. ' a 1 1 g saawsi MY&TERIOUS.-On Fridsy. week, a gentleitian named Jaruea McCaw', whose residence is nesr Drookville, in tbisStii, but who bsa boen for some time at a fm owned by him near Qaiooy, suddenly dis appeared from tbe Istter place, and as be was supposed to have bad a considerable amount of money on bis person, bis friends were fearful that ba bad been foully dealt with. On Monday, a letter, filling four pipes, wa reoeived from him, written at tbia place, in which he makes a disposition ef all tia property, gives a full statement of all monies due him, tell where hi pepers and book may be found, and bids fare well, assuring his friends that they will never again bear from htm. McCaw was a soldier all ' through the war, having served in tha 37th Indiana and being noted for bis equable temper and retiring disposition. 116 has alwaja been considered a young man of good character, and waa never known to in dulgo in any kind of dissipation. His friends csme to this city oo Tuesday last, and found him registered on the boons on Saturday at the Commercial Hotel. No trace of the man baa aince teen found. It is almost as mysterious an affair as th Cold Spring murder. Journal. The Canvass. We bare no regular report of Mr. Ja lisn's canvass of thia County. He waa however, greeted with audience, of solid, thinking men wherever he spoke, and by bis cslm, argumentative, gentlemanly speeches, set men to tbinkivie: and made himself many friends. He will run fully op, if not ahead of, the State ticket in this District. Ho was accompanied by Hon. 0. Beeson, a plain, practical farm er, who, by bia common seme position oo the financial question, aet some oo tha right road who had been hesitation. Mr. Julian'a position on tha Homestead Law makea him friends wherever ha goes. Greenfield Commercial. Julian would sooner face the Devil than the Democracy of old Fraokliu. f Ex aminer. Judge Reid would sooner face the Dev il than Julian, or he would have accepted hia challenge to dicu the iues, Tba Judge knowa that Julian would so riddla hia miserable loat rau, Democracy, that the most ignorant of tbe party would aaa through the wretched film of deceit and repudiate it and him too. Tht'a where the shoe pinches. It waa fortunate for the Jude to sit it would interfere with his biMf. ibe Judge ia s ifht about this, for hia bufiness i to. travel all over the District, and deceive honest people into voting for him and tbe revival of tha rebellion. Julian would iutttfera with thia busiuef very serioualy. After the slightest intimation, of Julian, the Judgo i If We doa't bJaiuo him. Coo neu vjlle Tiruea. NEW AD V L RT16EMENT8 GRAIN AMI SEED WANTED. T in !? Ch rl Ii kind f Urla a ad ft X deUrai'ta at uir JJUilllsrv er YVrbue I 11 in (ei. liLio. JUIIN CJLTk-iL Stpt. S3, IbM-tf. HOUSE AND LOT TOU SALE. TU1E BDdriljni will U bU Dw.tUsf Unas X an Lot, situated a halt diUac (tail af lbs 1'itibjUrisn Lhurch In Kreoatllia, aad ea square anil a balf frous tbe Cotut Home A halt tut, iwo-alorjr frsiua bi'Qja a-tia f,ir inai aada luintf kJtohta, a good eallar, aat Utare lit will sail ea rseiooatle Urns, Knoair -t ti.pl. n-1 m. JOSgk-U SUUHStt. TO MILLINERS. CLVOU & COUP ANY, 5 A 4 PJUkL bTMEK 1, CisriMAii, Uaie, OfTar all Iba aw tjl! cf MILLINKUY GOODS. SILKS. Fc3!hcn.7tk!i, Tora, k:j, (haitr.!. Ec:::!i it Ladiea' and Mines' Hats in LaQrarge, Reuatta, Pammapk, Libbqm, Un sir, Ad4 11 the NEW IC.iT SÜAPK3, as lbs arraar. ORDERS PROMPTLY & FAITHFULLY FILLET. S't. ll-lm. 5,000 BUSHELS FLAXSEED WANTED M'HK B4arlKnl will fa? tba UIBba.l Martat 1 frloa la Caib for f'J Flsi 4allvsr4 at his Vra houi North of lbs l'rtTtHati Cbarck. 6tpt4 4. JuHN klNU.At'l. EXCELSIOR MILLS, M ETA MORA. ir AVINU FUKCIIASKD TIIK OORDOK Mills (ow knowa as tbe KXCKLdlOK MIlLS)al MUiara, ladUaa, aa4 fearing ra pslrfj aad aJUatl sota bow laaehloory or Ibe luost pirovo4 kl&J, we faal eoafl4al ibal we eac Jo ai g oo4 Custom Work ii in; Mills In the Weit, ai we bare one of tS moat asparlaaaad Millar la aar aa.rlay. WoalJ loual cordially taylta tba a alt la gt ai a eall, ai we lataoi to be proiapt la (ivinf atlifaoiioa. Cah far all ktnJs of Orate. LKU.NAKD MITCHELL. MetmorJ, IflJ.,Sjlib,lo4i Imi Eonr uriEs in cuziorn. "Let Jaitiee be Doosthonib la Ussrsns ibosU Fll.A All rfos aatltl4, r rbeseppos tbay r satitlad te llsr Jit'? itatss la Karops, esa sb- taia all tba aaa(ry iaruriaalUn Lt tbe roe? rj tbarauf, by sabsrriblag for tbe EUROPEAN PAlRIMONIAL'ItirORD, pablliba4 mABtbtf, at ti La offlcaa J. RKfc- Ki kuiau, na. a. voaruaaa oi., ülw MOUE. Md. the oaly pipsrofibo bloi bruh- sd la tb U. S. prepare! with grast eart-f ! p yaar, la advaaea. fpt-lSa. VALUABLE FAttU FOU SALE. fPUR ndartlgntd otTar for sale tba fane J. wbicb tbsy now railds.iltuaio abont eae talle nvrthst ftf tba town of Laaral, Freatlia C'ua ty, IoJiaaa. Said farm atalas Ibra baadrad seres of land, ab. at one bunlrtj aoJ flfiy asras of whleb are elssrt 1 and andsr a blgb state ef cultivation. , 1 ba abura fsrtu oan b' purobsisd at low raias, aod uon easy tons. For fortbsr parllculari, si pljr oa tba prrioUss. JAMK3 A. JÜ1I NdOJT. Aug. 39, 18 im r.iAiiurAcrOÄY. IRUATIUS 'KGEIILEn invTI NL'kS to u.anufseiare Boots d Pbooi J af all binds pre i-pil te ardor, at fell astab. lUbaioatle UroubvlUo. lit aeopi oa aaaaaraii asiortuasnt ef LADIKS AND MISSES 8IIOKS. BOOTS OF KVKRV KIND. CHILDREN'S SIIOKS, aad goaraatoos a goad It la etory tasiato. Msadiag dono oa ibirt Botle. Call aad toe bis aiiortmoot sad Isara biirHAss. aoTl if 1QNATIU8 E01ULI1.