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- , - . . -. -: EVTOS, O., AIJO. 8, IS5, FOR Fit ESI DEM T, JAIIEIiC '- ..OPt PENNSYLVANIA, , ' fob viceTbesident, JIC.1E Mm. v.OP KENTUCKY, Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio . William Kenuon, Jr., or Belmont. V Alexander P. miller, er Butler. - -".-.v. cooiisi6!A't.:tictoi.' ' 'tst.' SHELDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton 2d. HENRY PSEDAAI, of Hamiltou. ; 3d. DAVID CLARK, of Montgomery. 4th. I. H.TUOMAS, or Darke. 6th. EDWARD PJSIVR, of William.' . " : 61b MICHAEL. If. DAVIS, of Clermont. ' 7th WILLI VM CROSSEN, of Warren. ? t: 8th.'. WILLIAM KERSHNER, of;Crark. .;9tn,GE0RGB E SEENA,f Snaa:,,: , : i lOth. LEVI DUNGAN orjackson, V ,. .:11th. ALFRED McVElGH.of Fairfield. " 12th. JACOB SLYE'I, of Franklin,-. .-, - 13th. JOHN TIFPT of Huron. ... : 14th. JOHN C. M YERS, of Ashland. -.15th, JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton. .. , ; ? 16f.i.JAME5 M. GAYLORO, of-Morgan. 17th BESJ AM1N F. 6PRIGGS, of NoWe.; :18th. ALPHONSO HART, of Porta:. 19th HENRY II. DODGE, of Cu aboira. '20th. GEORGE G. GILLE nor Aebtabula. K8it. GK3RGE OOaK, of Harrison, -.i v ;. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. , 01 SO noV IF, . THn anFFM CODkTrj JIUFIS P.BANNEY. . j 'nAiin-itr vrmrje wav7 "' ''" ' WAYJtE aBlSWMV )oxmros:. o cowmoh schools, ' 11,11. BABNEY FOR CONGRESS.;, i TALIANDIGnAM. Wood! Al our $tibsciilierf who Interid paying their Bubwription Wood, .will-iOae send It along at toon ai ponible. We want lolay io our winter atock.; "! '-j J-I .' i OJHoii. CirBBLi,. wiltleaie ac-i :?cept our lhanki for a bound copy of the "Cen "lral American Affairr and Enlistment Quea- ,)ion."; ,:::'i "t i i-.y- DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. At a meeingflf Hie Deiimeratir.Gneral Com ' mitlee of I'tebio -eonnty;' lield at Eolon;on Salutday, Aor. 23d, 1866: it ' ' -r (liffateerf, . Ttat-'the Dertioc ratio Cltibi of -each totmahtp in the Cennty, pioeeed ai aoon ai practicable to leot five' deretatea from ineir raspfctire towathipa to attend a County Conrrntion to ba held at Eaton, on Wednes day, So). 10, 1866, (or the purpoae of homi natiirt eandiiialea for the Mvwat County 015 csa la tie filled at. the aftproacblng October lection. .. t ... ' r The Officer of the mpeetWe CJuba Uiro1 out the county, will therefore ae 10 the ap pointment of aio daregstes", ,1ir actyordanoe vnih the above resolution. w l By order of the Central Committee. '. JAMES DENNISTON, Pres. J. H. Foos, Sect'y. - i ! . ' .V,"" rT: i.-' ' ' V. "There will be a .Demoera'.io. Meeting -and "Tale Raising at Manchester, Preble county, on Monday, Sept. 1st, at 10 o'clock, , M., nd also at New Paris, pn the ' same day, at 6 o'clock, P.-M-. X! L. VALLAND1GHAM -will address the meeting, v ,:, .' Dernocralio Mealing and Pole Bailing at ENTERPRISE, on FR1DA Y.September 5th, at 1 p'clock, P. M. C. L. WALLANDIGOAM will addree the people. ' . Turn out Democrats Mr..VsllndlKhni will addreas the Democra try Of Camden onheerihg of tbeaatne day, Sept. 6. Democrat xhd all olhtrs. are re quested to turn out. .The Democracy of WheaUille and vicinity intend meeog at the Uotiotil-f louse -11 mile south of Wbeatrille, known at -Riohart' School House, en Eattrrday, evening the 30th insL ' J. H. Foo, Esq., end -others, wiJI be present to addrea them. , ; . There will be a Democratic. Meeting aad Pole Raising at Upshur, pa THURSDAY, the 8lh inst., W. J. Gilciore, Esq., and ether Aill addrea the meeting.!' DeroocraU aud all other lurn out. v !..-. -; . ". i -Xx. Grand Rally at Richmond, Ind. The Democracy of Richmond, Ind., are io bare a Grand Rally at that place, oo the 30th init. lloa. J AS. B. CLAY, of Kentucky, and other distinguished speaker wiU' be present to addresa the meeting. A loich-liglit pro cession will come off in Vie evening and a Mammoth Balloon be Mtup .Indiana) is op and doing, and good" for led - thousand for Buck aad Brack. , v .-" ', Serious Accident. W. A. Moawa, Proprietor or He 'Eagle Saloon." while making aa attempt) atop a horse, roonirg toow ia lbe atreela eat last Toevdr,eeied a arvew k'k on bis head from the .animal, wbcb, it ia fared, vitl prove fatal. v ( .'J- f,i fv.; V;-f.t'1 ,. , . ' ! 'i'J UTThe Peoa "Yea Nw York Dtwcrat it eutbutised to ay. that 0. Chamberlain, of Ruhville, Yalta eoucly, ha four horse worth 900, which he would dike Io tell and take his pay when Buchanan is elected; or be bettSOQ thai Buchanan will carry Peansytva nia; 1100 that jrVmnat wilt art carry Califor nia, and ISOO thai be wil.aoltie eVolcd. - Serious Accident. The Meeting and Pole Raising at Concord. One of lbe largest and most .enthusiast' meeringt of ibo Democracy that lave at teudtd. tbiacaBijiaigd. ca&ie off atConoorJ, Dixon township, in rhia county, on Tharkday of last week, upon which occasion a tickory pole was trecltd, for beauty and height, leing ont , hundred 'end sinety-eht ftet above ground, oulslrip all other that have been raised in the ''Buckeye Slate. The number that was present ha been estimated at from to to four thousand, democratic (figures, but to estimate with Black Jtepubticen tavern, there was not left than Uri ot fifteen thousand on this ocjion' Seral of the township in lliia counly snt large delegation with band Of musio and banner waving, having inscrib ed tipop them, instead of J' Woolly florae,'? and "Buck Negroe'. "Our Country," "The Cons' itutiou," with portrait of George Wash hingtoo and Daniel Webster, on either side names, connected with such mottoes, whiejb must fill the, heart of every patriot and lover of hi country, with feelings of pride and grnt itude. A delegation from the villare of 1!q. ton and Vicinity, in Wayne county Ind., we think is- deserving a special notice, both in consequence of it number from so aroall a village and the ay it was gotten wp.. It con sisted of about three hundred and fifty per sons, beaded by a tremendous licktry vaggm drawn by eight borse and containing fifty four young ladica all dretsed in white, each bearing in her band a sms!1 white flag; cpn laiuing the names of Bvcuana) and Bseckim-amoc-around th verge of. the wagnou btd was atretched a pink colored canvass, eon. laioiiig the motto. "WHITE f HUSBANDS OR -K0K8 ; ; We cduld not help admiring the marJ courgge of Ihcse fairiyotuig ladies, in ti.ua inking a firm and detided stands and eliiking a well aimed and igtous .ilaw against the unnatural, disgusting and loalb-' some system of amalgamation, thai ia sought to be euforced on this country by the Fremont -'negro wotsbippera.' Nine cheer y we, to these brave and patriotic young ladies. In tli is waggon wa. erected hickory pole, Ivi me, about forty feet in height, contain ing a very appropriate and beautiful banner '.lie pole .was so Coupltucted with halliards a toberaiaedor lowered at pleasure. Taking U all in all, it was decidedly the moat magni ficent aa well a the moat " emblematic affair thai we have Veen during the campaign, and One too that Will in aur opinion, puzzle either Ohio or Indiana to beiL This waggon, we baderstaBd, was guVla up by Lin Daour, Esq.; one of the most whole souled, high tori-; ad and enthusiastic democrat In ICayua coun ty, nd who , is aJay ."right side, up wiib care," and no mistake. Ia aoolhr .portion of the delegation was a company of young men on horseback, diesied ih-tfce aiyte-of the Con lineblal soldiers, and gave the delegation i da.-, cjdedly democratic casle of character.!. It was aHvely iepresntlion of lbe soeoe of 4b1 early days of Ihi Republiav a oene loo that is so peculiarly disheartening to out Black Re publican friends, and neversaen at, any of their meetings, from then? wild and morbid de sir to crulh oat and overthrow, not oaly tli mnntrr vie lU&ef, tii the ptinhiplea of civil governmenf, giveil t'o us by them also. The residue of te delegation eonsiited of gentlemen,, and- Jodie 4n, waggons, kicitrf wggtMf buggies, oYe all carrying flsgs, ban ners, dec, "tipr which were emblazoned eve ry manner pf Rational mottoes, that cheer the heart of. a traly national end Union-loving man. All hail say we -to the national enthu- aiasm ef out Boston ftiends, ahd we spesk ad visedly, when we-tendcr lo -tbem 4keraraest thanks of oar Dixon township friend, for their kindness io tssisting fhern to raise their mam moth pole; and fof4liir presence at lbe meet iagi,' . There', is a spirit of Union .in such a meeting of the eititeos of sister Slates, that will eventually shame and alienee forever that disunion feeling and malicious hatred to our common liretbten, Ihatw-jaiikUs rife in the Black Repablica'ft rank!.'- .Owing" te so mcb tiroe'lieiat taaiumed 4a iliC raising oMhe pole, the speaker announc ed for the occasion, were prevented front ad: dressing the meeting at any length. jMt. Vai, UamcHAM took the stand list, tad in hi wu al forcible and. eloquent style, poke to the audience about an hour. "Je-wai-sbHWed by MrwdJiccKBLL, of Indiana, an-old Line' Whig, wbo mad a1 btief but eloquent address, wbich we are confident will have the effect to Incite the democracy to a yet more- zealou exertion to preserve the Union and lbe Constitution' from lbe violate hands of the leaders of the Black Republican party. The best of feeling characterized the whole 'proceedings of Die meeting, am) it wss one wbich will Jong b remembered by the demoency of Dixon tp. Ms. Vallandigham relurnted to Eaton in the evening, and at the earnest solicitation of bis friend here, consented fo addresa them in the Towit Hall.'' Although but about thirty mln ules notice was given, about two-hundred and fifty assembled, and were treated loan able end argumentative speech, in wbicb the Black Re publican party and it leader were stripped-of lUeirrfalse covering,-aad held up to tbe.gase of i the audience, in all their hrJeousness and deformity. We presume the speech will ap pear in the columns of the Register, S Mr. t7oe,,its Alt (T) and uUeWgrnt (I) reporter was petmiUed to bsre seat-in the meeting t the speaker etand, to report. - ' : , Nations! Democratic Review. The July number of Ihi able and ereellerit periodical has beeb laid upon our table, much improved io-appearance end filled witbeooad Democratic reading. i'a look upon the Re ir as one ef the ablest monthlies now pub- Iwbe'd, anti kqpe . Io hear Ibel l rec ive a liberal aupport from the Democracy through out the eouatry. If any -of our democratic friends desire this book, we will take pleasure id forwarding their address, i Published ia Washington, D, C, at S3 per annuas, byGie. P, Botox (. The preminent aiticlf of ;he Jaly No. are "The Cincinnati Noraioa-tions-The Indeniity of Parties-Psst and Preserit, and the Rational of the Ami South ern Movement" "Jsmea Boehsnaa the Pa Inoi, and John Cbatlea Fremout the Apos- - tTWe invite tl atimiiofiof aur readrta to the fimt pf of todays piper especially t!i B!ck Repubtican readers. A Nigger on the Stump! Ltil reocatly we have been hoaest in our coaviciieM that James Suchanan wuuld bo our next .President and 0, . VaHnliliam our Congressman bat ttie long lint of utte orators" published iy our co'.eaiporarie as ilumper tor Fremont. end Campbell, hart caused fear and double to arise ia our mind. and now, almost the last vestiga.of Jiopo has been banished from our "lacerated breast" by the fearful intelligence that a few days ago a1 a frme?v "gathering of the maaaes" at Cam den, in this counly, the Jim. Frederick. Allen, an individudal belonging to that class of th "fenu lama,' usually' knovc as B'g Buck Niggen, and consequently the llackct Black Republican of them all, waa introduced, and in aa able ami ehquent peal to hi ''brud, ders,-" -declared himself in favor of Free speech,' Free States, . Free nigger and Fre mont, end that he was a real "dyed in (he wooffremonter. The fact of Itself wou'd not have.ao.mach alarmed ua, but the effect of thi appeal i. indeed fearful. A meeting wa called a few evenings afterwards, and a Fremont Club formed in Camden, which was addressed by our ancient friend General Gee whilliker, in his most "painful and higbfalla lin" style.- But the wont ia to toll i is said that Lew Campbell, being anxious to at tend to hit loug neglected pecuniary matters, and rewpeute hi wasted physical strength, iatends toatcure the service of iff, Allen, during the. campaign, to stump titer Congres- sitinal District in hia stead.,'. If this is true, and Mr. Allen can cauae such aarw of ex citement in -Sumers townsjiip.jauat mast be lbe -result if Lew safoeed in ' proctuing his services I ,We Jaro, however, that a. few of the Fremonters present becam indignant at theispenke.nd proposed to gise him a ride on the Underground Railroad, bat thesugges- non was vo.ea oown, ana air. a wen " per mitted lo, .finish his remark', occasionally cleeied.amd fpplauttsd Jj( ike ''aigger-wor- shippers." XVe bope-Mr.-va.llea will visit Eaten shortly, and fuse Into thcFeeiontrs s Itllle enthusiasm-4hey.mtis have '.tnisces aiqa lQ C.hee'r, their drooping spiritt '.-i --;f- "-ir ' , ... .'" IT On last Saturday, eowe three , hundred of thecDtmoctacy.iaftha- v-ialnily of Cotter man's Blaekemith Slop, assembled and erect ed a besutiful pole, over a hundred feet high, bearing the flag of llie Uuiori, and a long stresmer, upon which is inscribed, "Buck, Breck, Val, and lb lition, agaiost Fremont and Disunion." It'is meeting wss really a projld dmaolwJioi,r'd show that the peo ple of that pert of "-old Preble" are united to a man. fur pur gloriotUvStandard beaten, and V .determined to put, down tbia sectional party which it thietenihgdissolotk)nof our Union. After the pole was raised the arseav' bly adjouraed to grove abort, lilanca from .the place, when W.Jj Gilmovc, Esq., was Called to the stand, and in a brielbut eloquent speech,' exposed the hypocrisy of the Abolition-parly, and mid a strong ajipwl lo- the audience to stand by our glorious nominee tnd all would be well. He war foliowed by J. H. Poos, Esq,; in a logicel,;ao4 forcible -speech ofiwo bowl in length. Ui refutation of the false aad .unfounded charge that the Cincinnati platform farora theWxlensioo of slavery, wet elear and Coimaoirrg, and the ar ray of facts and argument which bejpresent ed, identifying lbe Black Republican party a open and arowed Abolitionist and Diiumon ists, am ineoatroTtible. Then IVmocsacy of that portion of the county are in the best of spirits. &eep ioe osn in motion. ;;r ITTbe Black ReRublxans Vf Eaton, wbo have, lee a down; ia the mouth .or several avaks, oiuatered np courage -eatougk on last Thursday to get out poster announcing Fremont meeting at the Town fall, on Friday evening. J Friday jeve'o,in came, and lha Court Host ball tang a deatbrknell souad T weaty-seven individuals asaemUad ia the Hall--fosref tfaem Democrat", foar-tbat have been' announced la lbe Register at wantfng officifld the remainder were those wio con fidently expect to- get nominated; or aome of fice betertea this and Ue idet of October. .The speaker adnouneed sfsaTbosnas Jafferson LLarsh, Esq. Thomas said he bad came en- prepared to ddree the meeting -sad woald nave to trust to Providence ot whet be might say 1' Bat, Judging from the tenor of his re marks, Providence was not present. He would certainly have prompted bin when.bemade the charge that, no member of the Black Re publican patty) hea-ever' nt'ered a Disunion sentiment! We refer him end all otbefsu who nretend to make aueb assertions, ta the first pege of this week's.piper, and if there is not sufficient there to oeavinee them ef the ab sUrdnesaof such a silly cbarge, we .will give tbeflipo epcobacy of miad and hardness of bean." Thomas made snany other equally foolish and ridiculoo assertion, amoag which wai, that the Southern portion of the Union was far inferior o i that Pf the North in point of intelligence I If bialory is eorrecL the South baa famished s with a Washington, Monroe.ij Ljefferson, Jackson, Calhoun, -Ctay, and at tbobsand other tocb giant tntellecU, that have been and are still the pride of our smtiosvj We remember when Jejf -itigmatixed Chase,' and a few others of the JJlaak Republican leaders, tmousieg small beer poliliciaas," now be attempts 4olod tbeia to tbeskie, and.pleee thara beyond the Father of hisCono Iry I Hat these "mouaiag' vmall ieer polili ticians" aikanoed to rabidly in s few years, or iJ'jT' opinion measured l the prospect ofn office t There is s mighty chsnge some where. ' - '', - i " : '- ' - -,it--f 1. - A Terr roa Aaounoa . Par.ACnr.fe. Go ft into Kanaaaa.nd preach th Gospel according to Garrison. Let your loiut be girt With the New Turk Tribune; put on the bemlet Of Ab olition, the breast plate of Know NuthingUm, lbe bowie knife of Arkanaa,nd rbarpe's rifle and preach diauoios to every crazy ctea lure.' 1 '' "'' ' ; CrC0,ole Ricbardsott bat, ore bis own signsiure la the Washington Union, branded as iufarriously false the Black Republican story, published in the Cincinnati Qatttl and other paper, that he despaired of Illinois going for Buchanan.' The Colonel says that no well in formed man in Illinois doubts t!i3t it will to for Buchanan by a very large majority. , . GREAT DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING AT HAMILTON. The Hon. Joaa C. Baw-aijiaiDoe will ad dress the peop'a at l miltou, on Tnefdav, fiejjteolUr 2d. Dtmonstralions are uow be ing anaile, a wa nn lerjianJ , by our Butler county friend for G-snd Democratic Rally, at that place, oa that day, and we doubt not but that the people will roll out by thousands te hearth laltated soa of old Kentucky who is aVti'f to be the next Vice President of ibis mighty Republie. ' It is proposed by 16 Democracy of this rountyj logel ujj grand delegation for the purpose of ittending the meetmc- Let every Democrat turn out."" We have been advised by . D. M.' Morrow, Esq., Superintendent of owr Rail Road to aay that the delegation will be taken down and, back at half fate. Tbia will make the travel so cheap that no one need stay. We lay left bare a BIG delegation. "V1" . ' ; .. Pi S. Since, the above was in type, Mr. Morrow handed at the following lime table t K Leave Eichmand ai' 7 'A.' M.AVestville, 7:20, Florence, 7:30; New Hope, 7:43; Eaton, 6.00; Earners, :17: Camde.i, :26: Rumer- ville, 8:40; Collinsville, 8:50; ,Stven Mile, : Hamilton, 9-.2V. Keturatng, leave UamiHon at 9:2a ana 7:io, r. at. . They Give It Up. The presses in' the interest of the Black Republican and Know Nothing candidate, all admit that lb battle ground for the Preside cywill be in Pewuyhranie.' That ia lo say that' whichever candidate .thatt obtain the electoral voteof. Ihia Slate will be 'elected PrcaidenL. If this be Uue, then Is Mr. fiuoh- snan't election renderedcertainiteyoqd a why or wherefore, a tiniest any sane man will readily admit., In.lhe-AuI .Kcyatone Slate where, in bait ling for the sons of other sec tions of the Union, they have so often routed and prostrated the enemy, the j)einoeracy it firmly united, arid will act io a solid phalanx in the coming contest. ; With her Own -fa--f torile son" in the field, the willgiyesuch an immense majority in bis favor as wJllorever crutuout the hopes ot toe sectional Clack Republicans a od prescriptive kneW'HOthingt. The faction ists have" nothing to irxpecl f'PW Penn'sytvanU excei.t a tremendout drMbbing. LTbit their leader are wall aware ft, aud they merely attempt a feeble crow to keep ap the drooping spirits of their foll6wert. ' ; ! ' -r. ILLINOIS. Th most cheering news comer 16 ut from every part of this Stale, of the prospect of a triumphant victory for Buck", and BrccJr. In Novenbeiiext. The following extract from a ,leib?r ' to Dr. P. M.'Cacas, of JEaton, will give our reaikr an idea of the '.political com plexion of J Uinoia.. It wss : written fey a gen- gemao who it well posted in regard to the. m titers, and.caub xejied upon r ; ; i , . st'l hop to hear a coed account from the Demecraey of Ohio in November, v Yon may pat JUiuoirdowe as tare for Buchanan and Breckinridge by at ieaat twenty UfumtL Hundreda tad thousand Of old lia Whigs -men whe have goa with the opposition for more Uiae quarter of a ceotury, have wheel ed into column, end are now inarch ina t the bead ef the democratic, phalanx, bearing alofuj tne eagie or tnepariy to name aaa to victory. IHinoi ife, the war one of the glorious Democratic gutes that in 1810 stood firm by their ancient faith and time honored principles he was one of the glociout seven Demucrat ic Stale which, in 1840, refused loeodaiaetfae nomineuf4b Uarriaiurg Convention she refitted the "hard cidnr ten. and it will be equally bard to make, bar rida lbe ."woolly borse" ia this aampaign."1 I: A Specimen of Black Republican Piety—An Oberlin Prayer. r "Pberfin,1 io thiii SVafeyha long Ven fji'e hot bed of Abolitionism, parjcn)arly it education , a I institutions, to which the negro pa well aa the white has access. A, correspondent of the Columbus Slatfttnah tejt'tlitt tbe fullowing prayer is substantially what a pelilioal Black Republican preacher regaled bi hearers with at that place on the 4 th of Jaly, when Ke n:' voked the Diyiua tuppiicatioa. . It it a very fair specimen ef Its jtutUrod deaeocy tif Oberlin- Besdt'. ."'' .?.!:i3 ,: ia "Oh Cod 1: we pray lbat tfaon writ carte the slaveholder in all his underttinS. Confound all bit plant, and spread terrovhorr.rMnd die ,j ui, unuugnuui mc cnura Doom, vjurse, ou God, we ask tbee, with a blighting curse, all the Democrtts in the Union; may they, in an especial manner, feel the weight of tby great, uuiHcasurc., ie emreai rneeven o-oro, to go to Wailiincton and kill Frank Pieroe: ahoiv him no mercy, but etrike'bim down; alto, in' yont ngiiieoue ' wrain, remember and punish wuu aireiui wrein, vast, XMugiat tnU Toomb let not one of these villaiaseaeapo. , W atk thee, oh Lord, to afflict every Pro-slavery man in Kansas with the leprosy or tmtll-nox; and may they, after feelittg ttioains of i thou and deaths, be tumbled bead-long ilnto bell without a trial, these o tfvel ten thousand' strokes on their bare backs, daily inflicted by each and every one. of ,tbe slaves in (be 'Uni ted States. Our Heavenly "Fattier, we ask thee to strengthen ua in oar resolve to make Kansat a free State at the peril of the Union; we ask thee to -interpose thy mighty hand i our behtlf, and help s to shiver the Union into aiaass, -rather thae 4e concede to the Southern demons, in the form of i live-drivers, one ioeh of Ihe disputed territory." . - B Texas Election—Victory! Thd Lone 8tar' is all right for Bocti and Basxa. T A dispatch dated New Orleans, Aug. 16, says Haetul return of the election ia Texas held on the 4 to Inst, hive been received by the Louisiana from Galveston. ' Th elec tion was for Controller, Treasurer, Attorney General, and two members of Congress.- The returns indicate the election df the Democratic candidate by increased majorities.; ' ' "Push on the Column!" The Summer Iluneet ef Ihe Dttnacracgl ' Nver before did party reap such a ptoa of Victniiet, aa the Democratic boala save gar. nered In, within the last two weeks. "' . " ' 1 KENTUCKY, : .," : ",'"."-.' y . Arkansas, . . r MtssouBT. . '"' u ;r ; ."north Carolina,, " "; : TEXAS, i are all taCtly gatliered in by the Democracy, beyond danger of drought, or Wef, rot or worn. ; ITTlie Terr Haute (Ind.) Exprrte hit hauled down tbe name of Fillmore aod Don elson, and run up those of Fremont and1 Day. ion. '. ? Indiaba The VVishlngton Star, of Friday, says a bet of (5,000 wa offered and accepted in that city, on the day previous, that Indiana would cast her electoral .vote Tor Buchanan. The Dcmocrot put up bis money and the Fre ujoBler backed down. . .. . .. Sound National Doctrine—George T. Curtiss, Esq. Gcorg T, Curtis. Esq., one of tbe leading Old tin M'higs hi Matsacbusetla and Ike coo fldential frWnd of the late Daniel Webster, has written a poweifu I letter to tbe Whig Slat Central Committee against lbe Black Kepubli can organisation.-. From it we make the fol lowing admirable extract: ; "I do aot tab lo entertain yon with a dis cussion o! what eonstiiatea a 'ualimial' party. I ahall lake it fol granted that a party which draws both of itscandidatet, for lbe Presidency and the Vice Piesideocy, from the fret Stales, tod whose chief prineinl of organisation re. letea to a queation or quest loos concerning the institution of slaverymaintaining d'tctrine which can be maintained in butone section of the- Union n, in the eireuiastance of this country, sectional party, hawrer it may be called by its leaders or members. . -But. pass ing over diduitioiia, I wish to present tojmy Whig brethren a specific and auotlaniive prtm ositinn, uajnely; That you cannot cany u the Goverument of iha United Slates, ajiJ de rive from It even the smallest oj th advan tage fur which, it waa created, iy mtajia of parties divided from each ether geographically on the suuiecioi slavery, . .. . - - ' - . '. ".,"..,; - "We, then, are the people who are appealed to by this Republican party to .place the Rep resentatives of fifteen of the Slates in .an auj- tude of determined hostility to u and our in terests. We are asked to reduce the basis of legislation which the Constitution designed far ut to nearly one half of it Constitutional dimensions, and then to look lor tbe majority, that is lo preserve tout even the moderate protection, which we now enjnt among those wr.i sjmpathize ilb ,us In tne great attack on slavery. We are tsked to take uo paint even to have a commufiityqf tenlimeaton any other tubieot with those who are to act with ua in the attack; tnd it jnany.o.f them can have no special interest in the weirare or our capital or our labor, thai will iodjice them to be vigi Loot Jn our .behalf, Ke We ot to depend far their sympathy on the violence of our mani festations against the 'South. If there acre nothing but this to be laid against the Repub lican parly and ita doctrine and ulans. this wete-enaiijib. .But anyinlellint mah.iwhe will refleciarefully upon .the subject, must, as It see rn to roe, in no longtime discover, thai the .interest of freedom do not require of u course of acUon to certain lo be injurious to ourselves and lo the race for whose benefit that action professes to,be. designed. Uf alt the doctrine that have beqn bioached bysiiy body for the jestriolion of slavery and the as. sertioasof a Coiigrtssiouol .power to p.eveiit ita extension and I v .carefully examiuea; them all -I do not know any one. opinion or teljof qpinmiit to likqty. to, result In Injury to the colored r4ce, at are the.ppinionton which the Republican oa ligation 'proposrs toact rbrthetimpla.reason that these opinion! tend direetl lo the ovortbww.pf th Goverumeut " The Revolution in Congress. This ettriiord ins trComjress ends sr il com menced. ' fleeted under a storm pf falsehood, fanaticism an J' misrepretenlation. with Mrr thoutand clergymen to stir the flame of discord, it met at Washington last December,, and commenced Ita career with sixty days oftuso. OAMiMtroN I Then, after tix months ef one of tbe,BiQktibarren and useless sessions the country ever witnessed, it euds In s revolu- tipnaty movement, end an (he mostdiaorgan izlqg acta ever.witoesscd since the first CoO' great was organized, They are caiien Daos.proropuy and rtghtrut ty by the President, where we linn they will be kept, and at .wliwh the people, may point llje.slmr. wwwving finger of scorn, uuiii they Cither perform their .work, or close pp their nniununste career by the expiration ol their "TV hen In is daring. actof revolution was Erst proposed, Lew Cammcm,; from the Butler dia- trrct.ojxrhlo. gave.evicence or his determina-1 tton t "frown down"o high handed a mea-i sure of the "bigher law" fanatics, but to bis etelnat and evorUsting disgrace, be' eaten down, .and in the face of his first and better sentiment, becomes tbe lowest of them all, by adding be -fear and cowardice of th fana tics lolhe tet of revolution itself. Jt was the most perfect njece of polifical backsliding we tver saw, arid be should be Jalt uilk acoord- j. We once lhatt-tn Ohio 'ti era U ABSQUAT PLATIOM, which taught a lesson to reckless politicians, that :hsa been Of us evct aiaxe. and mother reasons will be taught these kvo iuiiontsta and Union destroyer that will be a gnamntee that treason and disorder wjU alep ioi long shiub nence. oicmBn., MARK THE OHIO TRAITORS! The follow ins are the names of the Reae tenlativea from-Ohio who voted in Copyresa.to lack on to the Army Appropriation B01 an ameetlreeut .relating to general leg itletion about 'KaeMS, where il is Utterly oat ef k place, ihI lo .insist tbtt, Unless the Scnete Would agree lo Ibis Ktusaa "nder," the armv of Ihe United Stales, wbich W engaged ia. pro. leciing me seiners in our wesiern t erritories from massacre by the Indians, tbosdd h aban. doned fur wntof supplies:,, " .: , . Ys AlbriW. . Ball. Btita.CamBbell. Emprie, Galloway, Gidduiga, lltrlaa. Horton, Uiter, Molt, iMiclioia,bapp,,bhimi, Sua ton. Wsd tf,. i t.-r "Agsioat the (smeHarriaoav Moore 2. "Abxiat Day, Bingbao,; WaUsa 3." . ., v A Weak dine ought to be dtawe asoond the name of the first mentioned sentlwmen aad w trust eur brethren of the pre wil peb. Ush them -constantly, that Itaty mar meet tbe rewatd ef their Ireaaonable eed revolutionary Great Mass Meeting in Butler County. HAMILTON, August 25. Eiito? Demoernt : Tke Dmocrcy re to have a grind rally here on I aesday, Septem ber 2d, 1865. Arrangements have bets mtde with the Hamilton, Eaton dr. Richmond Rail, road 10 carry passengers to and from, the meet ing. en that day, for one fare only. " , . f . I be Hon. John U. BaacKiaaioax. bat Mai- lively promised a Committee of our cilitent. wbo waited upon, him at Lexington, that be would be here on that day. Many distinguish ed epeakers are invited. Notify lbe Demoa- racy oi f rente oi ui lact. ..' ,;. . CONSTITUTION. ITThe New Hampihire patriot; saye the Democrats op tbe east tide of lbe riveiln Concord are determined aot to be tiatdone In tltcir devotion to the democratic' cause by brethren anywhere. ' Last week. they raised a noble democratic flag, having on one tide lbe namei of Buchanan and Breckinridge, arid on the reverse the patiiotie sentiment ."No sectionalism." Tbey say th flag shall wave till the honored eandidatea of the democratic party re triuropbaatly elected on tbe Fourth of November naxl. -" . . , "IT"Histoi informs us that Mr, Buchanan was "bu terry opposed, to the war of .1813." FUUburg Journal. ' " ' ' . '. .' trlle was so bitterly opposed to it thai ke threw down his law books, took lb t'.ump and made bis first Speech to rouse the people of Lancaster to arms j raised t company, shoul dered hi niuiket, and marched to lb defence of Baltimore. That is the way a patriot op poses a war in which his country is engaged; and such wst the beginning of James Bucbaii .sol's public sui) Wujtriotii character. .. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP MEETING. The AYabinslon Township Dernocralio Club, met pursuant lo adjournment. Geo. D. Claaddle, President, and Cot Jacob May, Vice President, presiding. Th reading ol Ik minutes or the p'eceea ins meetinir wa dispensed wi'b. On fcnotio of Jesse B. Stephens, Ihe following resolution waa unanirooosly adopted! v , . RettheJ, That the Treasurer for the time being tx officio, Bolornoa Banla and A, V. Crurne.be and they ar hereby constituted) the executive commitlee of the Club that it shall be the duly of aaid commitlee to niak all proper arrangements for ihe notification awd accommodation ol meetings of the Club lo enquire Into the finncea thereof, and front' tun to time lo levy aadeollacl from meiobere uch conlribuaiaaa. may be required to Je nny ua necessary expenses of this association. Ths oommiliee.appainled to draft s t onsil' lulion for the eoteiiioieiil of this Club, renorl- cd Ht6 following, which wa unauimoadly eaopteu'S' ' c . . . t . lbe undersiened CKiteHS or Washimltoi township, in Preble counly, Ohio, being hin ber of tbe great democratic foinilv of HicUny- Lied States, and having already effected teaino- roriiy a political orxaniralwn, n0 hereby,, will -the .view ef rendering the sum more Perfect. adopt, and agree lo tie governed by, the fuf- I owing vottsiitutfn t ,- . . - , -Ut. This associatioN efaat' be Sfyted ''The ' Washington township Democratic Club,", audi it present organization and officers eoniinutdL during, and changed or added to at, the plea ' sure of the CluV 2d. Its object shall be and is, lo contribute,' bysucb means as may be deemed legitimate' and honorable, to the inainienauce of the ! Constitution of the United Slates, the ptrpe- luity or tbe Union, the rights of the respective Stales, and of the territories and the sove- . reignty or the people, - 3d. To this end, its efforts shall be by arousing and direciiiir the patiiuuc element or the township to promote, the success of the , democraiie nominees, (u th. great political contest of tbe day..- August 23, 166. " .--.ii : r Capt. J. B. Stephen wat then called for and proceeded to address the meeii g in an able manner, after which on , mo: ion the ha Bit of the members of the Club were ten- . dered to Capt Stepliena for bi interesting aud . insttttfrlivtf speech. : . . ' - v . ; - Un motion It w. esolved that thw Clab shall haaa permaavnl-plaeeof. holding tta l meeting, Dui tbai they ve held m different pot-, . lion the township; and on motion the Club, adjourned to meet iN next Saturday evening atSbtta' School House, A miles north west f Eaton on the old. Pari road. r. r- j - 11 GEO D. CLAPSADDLE, Pres. J. A. GILMORE, Sect'y. Monroe Township Club. At Dueling of the Dtrtiocracy of Monroe '1. Township, on Friday evening last, fur Ihw " .' ptirponrur Jormtng a Deinot ratio Club, Ihw ;v following gtulleiMen were elected a iieima-. " ueaetjfieerst wt.'n' ::.t'.t . i; PreaUeiit AtXAior;i Coor- a, Sr. - V "8, Vice ftetideuta GLoaoi: Ft-Ote nd Tiioaw I Treaaurat Jr.aat Acincr. . '- ..; --;.,- Secretary John STArTon. Aft si being organ ited. Dr. Mairhef, of Ci. - tio waa iniroduced and "made a very bla '". apeeeb in favoi. t the ctaae of the gjrat Dein ' j oeralie Pat;y The ineeiing then, adjournodi - toiateet at tbe DuiversaiUi Church, o Fiidny veniiig the 2Dilt jusl,, w ho., it is fanptd Ihac, ' all the Democrt..oj( the .tuwethip will try, r , and ft prent.',''- ' ' ' " '".'f .' ALEX. COOPER, Pres. JOHN STAYTON, Sect'y. Dastardly Outrage—Attempt to Fire the Enquirer Office. , Aboet half-prrtlwelveVci ick Sunday plght ase a,icreauleffd an -vnirauce into the editorial room of Ihe Enquirer o l.cen and piu im u tot of cxcbaHgea, iindr the libra rtv. and a lot ef show bills to three other places. set tbera on firf, with the undoubted itilsnlioiw , , of destroying the building and all its conlems.. . I be nmse made try the rascai in rummaging,' about, however, ewoke a young Tqaii namtiL Samuel Badges, aaUaar uf this btlice, who. - : wa Ieep4ug ut an apartment tiljomg the edM laiiai aanctuar... Us at Cral avitiiored it to be some one ot Ibo sdiUrs but, bis suspicioiia be cotniug fuilher amuaed, he opened Ihe doo ' . aBdt aaw. the , name bursUng Ion I) in luur. plaoea,aad caughi a glimvae.of the Incendiary paaawig lino in aaiu. .,. y . ,t , i ,,i , . '..Mr. Badiiet itaunediatfly drew tia' revolver- ' - and iprang; to th head of the alaiw, lowii. wiucn hd'iM, s coupt e fcuiieu. nut owing, to tbe darknA-s they, uajurtuM'ely, misseil the seoundeel,i'l bil bn iu uo vital part.-. Tho necessity, o exlingntshiug the, tames be- (oa tbay obtained, ck headway compelled. Mr..Badgrte retuio,.intad pi1 chasing the villain, s he would like tp jit v dpue, unlit ' ' he eouidibave appiuaabetl a , lit hi. where be. ' could have takee imllit aim. , , , . V 4lilkeaVnrol.(iojJCtiui!Cord, Etq. ,. of the t'omofrci(if, aud" olhers, w ho willed to, the rescue, including two Police officers, lhe names were speedily sutHiued, sod. that before they baa donw exlrHstve daniaeCu. A dozen, of two of large aliow bills were destroyed, and teveral volawnet w the oflioe library rtudereJ, - vsluiesi. This was the extent of t ie loss. ' . J Suspicion are afloat lbat this piece o seoun re(im was ihe work of sme luiscreal, iiitli gated by political enemiea; but we ere loathe, to bebevv any parly ao vile, to fjepraved a to, resost to welfare to, diabolical. , The. proba. bility is that it waa aome cowardly toamn, in atigated by private pique or persoaal malice H It undoubtedly one w that class or persona: who, will not be drowned aud cannot be ahot, Tboee bora to be hung can- only fulfill their destiny on the gallows. n9Ur(i' fueedaf Information Wanted. Mr, Georgt Ken wants to learn information respecting bit wife,' Margaret' Ken. 1 When- ' last, lieaid frorn she wst at the Junction, Paulding county, Ohio. Mr. Ken wilt beak tbe City Hotel, Piqua, for two week from llii date.' Ohio paper please "copy. ' ,',',,..' Freedom of Speech. ' Michael Roneyl.- waa killed by a Fremont . man named Joe Kcott, ,of: Abinglou, , Wayne . county, at Conneraville, on Thursday last, for. huzzaing tot Buchanan., Only one blow waa given, aud that by Scott, which dislocated the - neek ol Hooey, causing instant death. . Tbe occurrence took place near the circus and after the adjournment of the Masa MeeU ing, Scott ia now ia jail, Vtm. i'latorm. ,. . (TThe Charleston Errnmg tfew is now -supporting BuebaoB end Breckinridge. That: paper bos berelofore been an advocate of "Americanism;" and its editor, John Cunning bam, Bid,., was a delegate to and one of the, .. Vice PreaideoU of tbe first Philadelphia Know . Nothing Couvent'tou. ' .' ' . .. . . ....j.., - r- -v: - . -' 1 EnieiATiOif: to Canaoa. The number of' passengers wbo arrived at the port of Quebeo,; from ibe opening of savigation to the tth oIL, 14.14S; to the corresponding date of last , year J33Q1..' Increase this year, i3. There is a falling off thia season of nearly 3,000 fiorn Ireland and Scotland, but an increase of more than 4,000 from England,. Germany, Norway, aud Sweden, . ..