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- July 13. l0.t
Democratic Primary
The Democracy of Vinton County
fire requeatoJ to meet in their wnect
ivfc TownshipR, at thoir usual places
ot'hMd;nu E'ectioua, on
' 8ATULIOAY, August 16th, 1S65,
at 2 o'clock I'. M.t nnd then und
there procccJ to appoint three Jiioe
n..d one Clerk ot the l'rimary Lice
lion, who B.inll proceed to oraanizo
forthwith, und receive ballots for the
different natoca announced f-r the
jaupoae of nominating candidates
tor the County Tickot, at the annual
K'ection, for the following'officea, to
I'roiCctitinfi Attorney;
County Ki'corder;
County Conimiseioner
The lVllwalittil bo open
from 2
o'clock 1. M. until 6 o'clock 1. l.
of said day.
Said Electors hbU, at the same
time, elect three of their number hb
Delegates to the County Convention,
which will be held on
Mi.NDAY, AUGUST 2 let, 1C5,
ot 1 o'clock l M., then and there to
open tlic Toil D'oka of said Elec
tions mid dednrothe candidates ;aod
in ensu of ii tio vot, then tho Con
i,. n to determine, y ballot or
other, iso, tho nominee.
Said 1 'Jt-iiutea are to appoint Del
rVftios to ti.e S'.ato Convention, which
will i.., at Columbus, on the 2-i'li
duv i.f A n-.it, s05, aud DuleRatea
lo thu c'.;r,aiittl Convention; and to
erpoiut a Democratic Central Com
mittee lor the ensuing year, and
inmimet buch other biiMiness fti shall
come hefore the Convention, aa may
be utcusimy for the ir.tereat ol the
Democracy of Vinton county.
ordtr ol Dem. CVn. Cnn.
A. J. SWAIM, Chair'n.
R. CRAIG, Sec'y.
Tuesday, August 24, 1865.
To the U mncracy of Olno:
A State Convention of the Democracy
of Ohio, will be held at Columbus, on
Thursday, the 24'!i day of August next, to
nominate candidates for the following offi
ces, and for the transaction of such other
bu.'inesj as may come before th Canven
tioii: Governor. I-icutcnat Governor, Treasur
ei of State, Supremo Judge, ( full term,)
Supreme Judge, (vacancy.) Attorney Gen
eral, Srliool Cimniwsioncr, Mtniber of
Hoard of Public Works, Clerk ofSuiiteme
The latio of representation will be as
follows: One delegate for each county;
n additional delegate for every 600 votes
cast for Gen. McClellan at the last Presi
dential eleelioii.nnd an additional delegate
for every fraction of 250 or more votes so
cast. This aportionment gives to tho
counties respectively the UJlowing number
of delegates, viz.:
(Under the above representation , the
countiesof the Utb Congressional District
will be entitled tn the following number of
Adams 5 Jrkon 4
K.into 5 Vinton 4
Iwrence 3 Gallia 4 1
By order oi the Democratic State Central
Tuesday, August 24, 1865. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairmad.
Tuesday, August 24, 1865. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairmad. F. JAEGER, Secretary.
The corn crop in Georgia is said
to be unusually fine and promising.
Post offices and postal communi
cations are eoon to be opened
throughout tho South.
Gen. Mo3cbr,the famons Virgin
ia guerilla, has been paroled by Gen
llalleck, upon the Bame terms accor
ded to Geu Lee. ;.4
' One hundted , and ; 8event)five
thoutand persons are now . receiving
I'.ensiohs from tho Government a
vast army, equal, almost, to Grant's
and Sherm ui'e forces combined.
The 'resident would not listen to
tbo eflor-U to have tho" sentence cf
11 is Sun tit t commuted.' hat referred
the partk'1 to Judge Holt, who is re
epontjibie ior the same. ; ; ';"
Tbo WwUiogtoa corresponddut of
the New York Ilorald eays: Iho1
pleasure trip of Mr Chase, through
the Southeru States, at Government
expense, is giving rise to unfriendly
criticiFtn. Many people are at a loss
to understand why ho should be fur
nished a revenno cuttet lor tho trans
portation of himself and party, at an
alledged cost to tho country of twen
ty Sve hundred dolors per day, when
gentlemen of eqnal patriotism, if not
cfficial position, are compelled to pay
their own (ravelin;; expenses or re
main at home. It is not protended,
we believe, that Mr Chase is making
the tour iu the servico of the Gov
eminent. In some of his published
speeches he expressly disclaims the
imputation of speaking by authority,
aud advocates doctrines known to-be
at variance with the views of the
Administration. If the Attorney
General were making the tour, he
might bo supposed to have the es
tablishment of Urrted Stntes courts
at heart, but no 6nch duty is within
tho scope of Chase's office, and the
affair is considt-red an imposition.
Kirby Fmith ia represented as hav
ing become one of tho richest men
in America. lie operated both in
tho director, of New Orleans arid
Galveston, aud an intercepted letter
Irom ilatamoras acknowledges the
receipt there from him of 150,000
bales of cotton within tho last thirty
ihe Fruodmnn a Bureau has set
apart a lare quantity of contiaCHted
and abnndone i land in tin South, in
tracta of various 6izea, and in various
localities, for the especial benefit ol
the negroes, isot less than ono nun
tired thousand are now subsisting on
Government rations in the Sate of
Virginia nlmie.
The terrible tragedy at Washing
ton was consmnaled last Friday.
Atzerott, Ilarrold, I'ayne and Mrs
Snrratt were hung. A writ of habe
as corpus wai ' obtained tor Mrs.
Snrratt, but it was disregarded by
Gen. Ilnncock. In the capital ol
the nation, the law whs powerless to
enforco its decrees against the bayo
nets of tho military. It is said that
i'anye made a confession tho night
before tho execution, io which he ex
honorated MrB Surratt from complies
ity io the deed, and another person
subscribed toau affidavit, impeach
ing tho testimony of i a prominent
witness against Iter. It was diBinilt
to believe, by a large body ol the
people, that, in this age of civilieation,
a woman would be exectod, and the
idea was prevalent that the sentence
would be commuted At the last mo
ment.. There will be great ' aetons
iahment that tho extreme sentence
was carried out.
It is said Arnold, Mndd, Langhlin,
and opangler have not been inlorra
ed of their soutence, nor do they
know that their companions have
been executed.
The amount of cotton temaining
on hand in South is sain to be very
large, in South Carolina.
The South Carolina plantors pre
fer ten cents a pound in gold for their
cotton to fifteen in greenbacks.
Tho New York Herald's Vera
Cruz correspondent mentions a ru
morthat tho cession by Mexico to
France of tho Northern Mexican
States, including Sonora, Vill be con
summated on tho 1st inst., Maximil
ian fseuing the decreo.
The remnant ot the army of the
I'otomac, organized as Wright's pro
visional corps, ia to bo mustered out
The confessor of Mrs Surratt eays
that that nnfortnnato woman was.in
nocent of the murder of Lincoln, or of
any iuteut to or conepuacy to murder
Secretary Stanton haa tho inhn
manitr to refuae to give up the bod
ies of the executed men to thoir rela
tives. The Tribune correspondent from
Washington, states that the last
words of Mrs Surratt on tho gallows,
were: ' I bin innocent." Mrs Dong
las, the wife of the late Senior, mad?
two personal attempts to obtain from
thel'resident a reprieve for Mrs
Snrratt, but in each case was denied
A very bitter feeling in regard to her
exists, particularly among the Uuth
olics, who intend to call a public
meeting for the purpose or denounc
ing the action of the Military Com-
ission and the President.
Wcichman, tho Government wit
ness in the Conspiracy caso, has
made a confession that he committed
perjury and ewore faleely as to Mrs
Surratt, who he now acquita of all
blame ic the conspiracy to assassin
ate the l'resident. On tbe contrary,
she admonished her sou, John, not
to do any rash nets, and expressed a
suspicion that oxlng to the character
of tho visitors in her houso, that all
was not right. These developments
are start ii ng. A short tim8 before
the execution, Gen Hartiauff wrote a
note to I residcnt Johnson, annonnc
ing the declaration by I'a) ne of Mrs
jurratt's innocence, but the President
heeded not the remonstrance, but
permitted the death which now
appeara to be an unjustifiable mur
der. Gold 135.
The Dmocratic Party.
We common! thu following which
we copy from tho Ohio Statesman,
to tho ferinnj c ins'deration or aomo
of our Djroocnta in Vinton and ad
j'inig counties; "Some of the Abo
lition papers nrn endeavoring to create-
the belinf that therj ia a split in
the Democratic party in Onio not
that they bdievo it, but because they
uaut it to he believed. Other papers
of that class are wiser and warn thoir
rea lors not to bo bognilod by any
such nonaensa. it is tma that a few
men a very few tho loaders of
which have oltener been out of the
Democratic ( arty than in it, are talk
Ing of organizing wrat they are pleas
ed to call "Tho State Sovereignty
Democracy." Tho .'Democracy of
Andrew Jarknnn ia not good enough
for them. The Democracy of the two
million of voters who voted for
McClellan for l'l'ienlent is not good
enough fot them. Nothing i good
enough for them that is not dioiaUd
by thuin. Thoopinionsof other men
are entitled to no consideration, the
talents of all other men are contempt
ible, their learning mere chaff, and
their services deserving no manner
of approbation. Had these men
atood where Aloses did before the
binning huBh, instead of roceir
iu tho ten commandments
from Joliovab, they would have
sought to impose at least ten upon
Liim. This is tho same little knot
of notoriety seekers who tried to get
up a third candidate for tho FresN
dency last fall, and e;gr.al!y failed.
While another I it tio squad, culling
theni8i'!vea;ho War IX mcrsey, were
resolving in New Y 'tk City to sup
port the re-ohction of Lincoln, the
Ohio fqoad, co-luhorura for the same
end, were plotting to bring out a
Si.uon I'uro " Demoirat" against
McClellan. And now, Inning done
all tin) couid to doi'.-Mt the l.'iuo
cratic oan'Hdato fur thu J'n.-i ' .-i.ry,
ihey have the ctilontery fn sav to'!
'he two hundred thon.'ind DiiopmN
t votois of Ohio, "Fi'llow our cab
or we will b'owyon'to U,e Devil "'
And what ia it they nk t!ij Demo
cratic party lo subscribe tu, or eiifl'jr
iiiifiibilatioii? Why, Democri'ta, you
aro required to declare that J.ickso'i
was uo Democrat, becaiiip he denied
the right of ft State to secede, and
that Mr Win. M. Oorry ia die india
patable head of your party, becanso
he says a S'.uto has that right. It- ia
true that no such plank was ever
found in a Democratic platform, and
that the Southern S'ates have quit
talking about the right of secession,
but why should not wo allow Mr
Corry to have a new plank for us
and to clotho ua in the cast-tiff gar-r
menisol the rvHithf
Secondly You are required to
proclaim Irani tho honsa-tops that
Negro B'avery ia inevitable, desirable
and right. Here again it ia true that
such a plank has never been in our
platform, and that tho South, what-
l. - ! L . ........ . - . .1
aver may ooua opiuion as to tlie
right, policy or humanity of Negro
slavery, seems to have irnuie up ita
mind that Negro freedom ia inevita
ble. But this does not deter Mr
Corry. Many great men at tho South
taught secession . and slavery, and
failed. But what Mr Corry teaches
can not fail in his opinion.
Bat enough of this and our only
excuse for writing this much, is that
we are not likely to ever recur to the
6nbject again. This pretended or
ganization of another party j'3 a
mero sham. It has not oven tho merit
of originality, notwithstanding the
great geniuses who aro making a
fuss about it. Thirty odd years ago,
when Gen. Jackaon was l'resident,
tho earae thing, upon pretty much
tho Bame secession plank, waa tried
in Ohio. It came to nothing then,
and this poor imitation will come to
nothing now: The wholo. country
knows that the Demociacy are a
Sta'o Rights party not secession
ists, but State Rights men in tbe
truest and beet m use of thu term.
And the whole country kuowa, also,
that if tho schemes o the CotiBoIida
tionista, who aro striving to concen
trate all power in tho hands ot tin
General Government; iind to reduce
the Staffs to the condition o!' mere
provinces, shhii bu Fiiei f-tinlly resist
ed, it will be by thj determined op
position ot the Democratic party.
And, whoever Ecta himeelt to work
to sow discord in that parly, and to
weaken its infl tienoo. ia, simply,
wliHt'-v.'! fprnimenta ho iidv proi'i:,
tool in the handu ol tiio Consoli-j
datiouiets, snd wirkong for their cue-'
cceii. "
Friends of Gen. Sherman,
Read the Following.
[From the Circleville Union, April 28, 1865.]
' ''We. publish in to-dav'a Union,
tho cffi. ial account of SIIEltMAN'S
Jon J..hnrK)ii and Jeff Davis. No
"Sherman has been guilty of a
cross rsi'iii'ATioM of authority, and
ouht to bo CASHIERED. It is no
longer safo to entrust such a man
with a command in the army.
'Sherman's military career has
been glorious and brilliant, and it ia
ead to contemplate bia disgrace.
Like 'Luciler, Son of the morning.'
he has fallen to use no more. It he
hud surrendered his wholo army to
Johnston, he could not havo mere
completely ruined himself."
Tho Circlevillo Union is the orgiui
of tho Abolitionists of Mckaway
county; and, although .the foregoing
language in relation to Sherman
may be considered outrageous, tho
comments made by tho Abolition
press of this State abont that time, in
relation to Sherman, were similar in
character. These same journals that
then 6o shamefully abused Sherman,
aro now exceoding'y anxious to re
ceive his indorsement of their
gtat(J I
Ticket, and of their revolutionary
What the Radicals want
the Government to Do.
Tho radicals in tho Republican I
party seem to desire that tlio freed
negroes in the South shall bo sup
ported directly from the G ivernment
Treasury. The Wilmington (N C)
correspondent of the Now Yo'.k Trib
urc. tor instance, says:
l,I mnat state 1 do it more in sor
row than iu ansjer tbaf our military
commanders and Mldiers too often
fa'd to do their duty tow.irda thes
poor wfliidt n th. Ni.aily 20O men,
ViHii' M. and eli'Mrm li.d aec:imnla
.-ii Ht the d!po' at Gr-4'!:stufO on
Friday, cumin.' from Cliarluttco and
other place, trvinj to reach their 'ole
plaotaiion' in d-ff-r.-dt portions of
the S'a'o and the South. Hurethey
were ki-t fr want o! tranapciitatiou
t ie b part of three days and
nights, i xpo-s- d to the heat anl rain,
and to In; rubb-d an i nbncd bv dis
uract-ful ae..uiiia wearing
a w-orinii I'nitcd
States u lil'irti!. Somo cli red men i
who leid saved a 1' w fl.illari were
Igarrytrd and tio-ir mo:iry tak'-n awa):;
iimd young uonnii, and cvrn the!
a!oL- u iri' nnti lined in il.n i,rj..n..
ol, and against the rewnr.trances of
i areiita. I here wnt no guar I fir il
tlierc was o:io, it who'ly failed to
orotec? them. I learned tlieno facte
from oiwervation, and. from the abn
Rid parties themaelvea. Among
therie. persons were eick children, one
of whom died and tho o'her ex
freinc cases requiring prompt and
humane attention.
"Such ib the s'atc of aflaira, and
such it muaf, continue for somo time
to come, that the United States Gov
ernment must provide for these freed
people, or they will perish n large
numbers. They imiBt have trscreet
and capable friends, with authorit"
to make provision for them; to have
them transported wnen necessary, ov
promptly fiirn'shed employment, shel
ter a'ld Iriendly care."
Hero the. result of emancipation is,
that the United States Government
must provide directly for tho negroea.
or they will perish in largo n nmhers.
Thin ia tho end of the humanitarian
philosophy which haa been refined
cruelty to tho negro, rendering him
a homeless, uncared for wanderer.
A Hit at Southern Ohio.
The Cleveland Herald thus strikes
at tbe Republican leaders in this
end of the State. It says:
''The Cincinnati prtsa has a very
favorite habit of remanding what it
calls 'radicalism' to the Western R-j.
sfrve. or the Lake Shore. Southern
Ohio generally indulges in a sort ot
fling at Northern Ohio, for what it
etvlla its niggerism,5 wboreaa the anti-slavery
sentiment ia just as much
diffused among the masaes in Soath
era Ohio as at the North, only the
politicians of Southeru Ohio are a
timid, nervous, trimming c'aas of
men, who arc afraid of shadows and
political spooks "
Tho Herald might have added,
that when Cheescdom cracka the laah,
the Republicans of Southern Ohio
crouch like weipped spaniels under
uCr'Fathc-r, did you ever
auoihei wife besides mother 'f'
'No, my bey; what possessed you
to ask such a question?'
'Because I aw in tho old family
Bible where you were manied Anno
Domini, iu 1S45, and that isn't
mother, for her uauib waa Sally
Smith.' . ,
DGrGeo. Hooker is in New York.
The Prospects.
are looming up. -The future ol onr ;
...v t'ipw,. ...v, j
countrv is Brightening. As tho ix-
cite ment caused by the war abates,
and tho tear of conscription and
heavier taxation is removed, the en
plo begin to reflect. They cannot
tint see that the troubles through
which we have passed are but the
effects of trusting the roina of power
iu the hand.' of puritan AbolitiouU't;
and who can doubt the result when
such a conclusion is reached? A
cotomporary lias well said that "tho
end of the war is the beginning of
Democratic ascendency." Every
thing verifies tho tru'h of this asserx
lion. Not an election that has pass
ed for months, in city, b trough or
towiiBhip. but shows a largily in
creased Democratic vote, with a
corresponding decrease of Abolition
ism; and thib thanks will continue
it miiat continue until Abolitionism
is wiped out. We do not know when
the prospects of the Democracy were
brighter than they are to day--when
when theio was more encouragement
for thos that cling to the faith of
their lathers, to go to work, with tho
ceriaiuty of success to cheer then,
oti. Surely, then, when the "current
ot evinta" inr-s ao strongly in onr
favor, who believe in tho doctrines ol
J-irl'oi'Bn, of Jackson, and Monroe
who b'ieve that the hopes ol the
unouij iii'uu i lit; ii imuimii
principles, will not
lail to do our duty. L"t us to work,
then an hour's labor ia worth .a
week's effort on tho verge of an elec'
[Bellefonte Watchman.
"xVr exchanco expects to har of
numerous disaster like those at Nash
ville, Chattanooga, and Mobile, in
volving the destruction of Govern
ment property. Fira strikes such a
clean Imlancevdieet in quarter-mas-ter's
shotta.'' St. Louis Republi
can. This reminds in of an annecdete
of a qnarter master in tho Kanawha
country, who wuain great distress a
year or two ag at the c in liti 'n of
his accoun'a with the Government,
when luckily a great flood -occurred
wh'ch litterallv cl 'lined out his waroa
and gooda. Il'i win in great ir'ee,
and proposed, we havo heard, to
so'.iio ot iii-i frionda -who were in th
Government employ, , allow him to
chargH all their d. iii'ieocies vvith tle
Government over to h'm, when hi
w.mhJ piu it to thr a -c mnt o' t!i.-
[Cincinnati Enquirer.
Acknowledged Superiority of Roback's
The?e far finned Bitters aro In til admit-
ted to he, in tneir purity as a tiiiniil.int.
their i-fRcHry aa a ineilicint, and Mr jiigih
onin properiies u lunic. supror i-i ny
other kimwii r.oinpound. I'hiaiciHim iic
knowledgi' this in pn'Mrihiep it for tlifir
pitioiils. 'J'ho Hdvernmnt ucknuwlejj
ihi.- in i -if ii ing lliem to the arr.iy, anil faih
ers Ri'liiiowleOife this hi ueinj llieiu hi
their tamiHe..
Roback't Biiters rp known thniujrhoiit
the riviliz-d woil I, and as t' cy aiegr w
iog1 io public fs; Imd'.ioii continually, lliry
li soon be the ong;eat univeru! reino
dy, supplanting all biinilir prep-iratiuns
0C7aT'he Radieals ans.n a teat n
why the Southern Statee shenl-l not
he allowed to reBumo their position
in the Union that they do not permit
negro Bnffrnge Nei'her do tin
Northern States, and if South Caro
lina is to bo rejected on that ground,
wo should have lo turn out all the
tree States except two or thee in
New England.
p f tu JJ o f i f c
Conipowd of highly concentraed extrarei
ftom roots and herbs of the hiahea' medical
value, i'liallibic in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver o'r'any deruugcnicnt ol t.'ie Di
gestive Orqans, They reiimre all Impuri
ties ofthe Blood, and aro tiiiequalcd in the
cure of Diarrhfn, Jjun lice, DiS)t-psi:i. Scrn
fula. Biliousness, Liver Cm')lant, Fevera,
Headache, Piles, Alenuoal D.-seases, Here
ditary Humors. Dos fur adults, one pill in
the moii.ing children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinnry cases, and
from one to three boxes will rure any curea
ble cae of no matter how long standing:
Priee $1 00 per box. Trade supplied or sent
by mail
V M OTT T4LB0TT af.D. Co
June ( 186j ly 62 Fulton St N Y
A Clorjrymau while rasldinir in Sonth Amar
oi a.4 a missionary , discovered awifo and sim
ple remady for the Cure of N ervons Weakness,
Early Decay, Dieasos ofthe Urinary and
Seminal Orirmis, and the whola train of disor
ders brought on by hanuful and vicious hahi.
Great onmbei a have bocn aire ad y cured by thia
noble remedy. Promyted by a desire to bene
fit 1 he afflicted and uiifortima te, I will send
the recipe Ut preparing and using thia rm.di
c'uc, in a sealed envelope,to any one who needs
it. Fhek or Charge.
Please inclose a pos'.-paiJ eevelope, addrosa
ed to yourself. . :
Statior 1). Ijibli ttoriK,
Mar. lth 158S lyr. Now York City.
SEXU4L SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. Alio the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Eafay of Wai nin and Instruction
Sent by mail iu sealed envelopes, free of
char-re. Address, lit. J, SKI L LIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Anodatiort, No.
2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. llth 18657-Jyr. , ,
TV. uH . ..t IB l.! l .
iuixjihii v.oniimuim Will toretliem In nrnm . .
J18 c7"'.,,h?, "orfhin. or hniron imi.i hmJi
in MX Week. IMcaJKOO. 6fnt hvmall iit-
wnerfl clnfelv TVd. m, raei-lp of r"1''-
AdJiess, WARNER &CO., Box 133,
Brooklyn;,. N Y.. .. .
Feb, Iff. '63 )y,
S'ateofOluo, Vinton Cohuiy.
Joi.nli Waliiics.. it Wire.Pl'fK. I Ordir efSula
Reiiiie-t V hi- Court f
Oi'oriro Sain in1 Ottiur. Defl'n.) Com. I'lui,
l'lirn iu'il. io I'm pomrmud of an OrJ,i or
Sl In thj ah-ivj cau. tu mo dirnolad from
tli (?uii.r of Oummnn PIbiii. of thi aforaaMJ
coumy of Vinton. I will oflV-r far ala at tka
door of th Cmrl House, tn tha Twn of MoAr
thur In tlio iif.irxaid Cuanty of Vintin, on
caturd'iy thth rf.rj of hwjusi, A.
D. 18C5.
t 1 n)vM V M. t f kiiid Hjy, tho Mluniufl
R i'j! !'h-.i'o. tiv li:
rhx F;i -, llnli of '.ho .! a'ti-KuH'. Qur.r'er,
an I il n Nurr.li Wwi Q'mr'sr of the a.nih F.iMt
Uu.i.!.-i, of Stj.aioii Nim.ix-r rhirtv-Tw.. (No.
8i. ) 'I' .wnii'i'p Kuniur Kliivin (Xi. of
Pnir.- N.iniiir S-Vru'eeli (No. If ) in the
T.i ir,. hi(i ol Klk.in V int.Mi o -un'y . mil Stain
(I 01 1 1 1, containing Hn" Hu ii I rod nnJ Tnty
ttiro-' ireaa moru or !cm to b oK fra from
t'.H il..wi-r intrrentof M oil ' f.mliMin.
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FOR Dl&nks of all
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