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CUBS THUaeDAT VOMUO,
"- j. w. eowui, iiroa raoratn'oa.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF Y1NT0H COUNTY
OF FIVE h Vodgt'Buildmg,vt Svttlant t,
it, wittr Jai d Lonut Stritt, East
q fw Court Uont .,
For Terms, to see 4th Page
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO:
THTJEEDAT,
. . BEPTEMBER 5, 1867
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
Has the largest circulation of any pa
Vinton County. Advertisers and
other will please make a note of this.
Democratic State Ticket.
Electioitr- Tuesday, October 8, 18B7.
'.'" '"-''.'
v-- , .
. ' For Governor,
ALLEN G.THURMAN.'of Franklin. ;
; ' Tcr Lieulenat.tW'ernor, .',
DANIEL & TJHL, of JlotoesJ f )
. : ' .' . ; ? , 1
For Treasurer. ...
, ir.fi 1CLTON, of Crawford. '
i ,. for AudUor,
. JOHN -JtoELy EE, of Barter ' j V
' ' ' ' ! ' For Attorney Oeneral,
" FRANK H." HURP, of Kndx.
For Judge of Supreme Court, , ,
dt ihoj as. jF?1'10?;
' ' ' "' For Controller of Treasury,
; WILLIAM : SHERIDAN, of TOHami. M
For Board of Pub. io "Wort".. .-' .
ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
COUNTY TICKET.
.-. " .' 'i For Repre'sentallvSi'
ANDREW J. SWAIN,
a:
,V" ' For Prosecuting Attorney,'
... . DAVID B. SMVEL-,
-.' For Surveyor,1; "' ' "'
'';"".. B. C6TE1NBR00K- , y
For Commissioner, r
SOU LB. , '. .. ,
' On Constitutional .Amendment, giving
Neqroes the Right 1 to ; Vote , and I
: hold Office .''"1"
IsTO! -
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS!
T Dcmaaralia Executive Committee St
'Vinton County announce the following meet
lags In the several townships :
PRATTSVILLE, TUESDAY NIGHT, Sep
tember 10th. Speakers D. B. Snivel and
O. T. Gunning.
i -: M - .7
HaGLE FURNACE. WEDNESDAY NIGHT
September lUh. Speakers-D. 8. Dana and
A. J. Swaim. . . . ' ,; ,
JOLLEY'8 SCHOOL HOUSE, Richland
Toirnshlp, THURSDAY NIGHT, September
,il2tn.: Speakera 0. T. Gunning ' and D. B;
Shlvii. i , , i-' ' :
- -KINNEY'S SCHOOL HOUSE, Knox Tp.,
SATURDAY, September 14th. Speakers
D. S.Dana and A. J. Swaim,
ZALESKf, Madison Township, 8ATUE
DAY, September I4th. 0 T ' Gunning !and
D B Skivel
' A
CENTRE SCHOOL HOUSE, Vinton Tp
TUESDAY, Sepetember 17th.. John , Mayo
and D B Shlvel.
STEPHENS' SCHOOL 3 'HOUSE,
Harrison TowoBnip,'. WEDNESDAY,
September ' 18th. Speakers Arota.
Ms jo, 0. T. Gonniog and D. B. Snivel.
' HAMDEN, SATURDAY, Septem
ber 21st. Speakers Arch. : Mayo and
others. -;i-,7CaT .1 .T
HOPE TUENACE, Brown ToVn-1
ebip-, SATURDAY, September 21it.
Speakers-i-rj.'S'. Dsba'aixi tf. B. Shivel.
r ..nfiic . 1 1 i j i a i'.
NEW :, PLYMOUTH,,' , TUESEAY4
September 24th. Speaker's Jj Mayo
id U. W. Pileber. --
8 AMPSQN'3 . i SC HOOL- HOUSE,
Jaokeon Townsbip, , WEDNESDAY
September 25 tin D. B. Shivel and 0
W. Pilober. . ,,:!-
WILKESVILLE, i 'SATURDAY,
September; - 18th, SpeakerB-yArch,
Msyosnd other?.' ;' r . j
' -t i i ) I- i ) .!
.'ZAlESKI,, SATURDAY, rOotober
5th. , Speakers- Arch. Msyo and ohters
!f t. I I, , I V : . ' : ; . - I ( . - J- I
Our friend 1 (lie various localities' will
tec that Itie neceasary arrangements are made
for holfling the maeWngfc M"
Men of all parties' areinvitedl
BV OVd.Vbt DEJaV -EX' C0M.-f
Ths bond
s of the wealthy Radicals, are
itittrin! Y ;y;j.. :"t' ft
tit from taut
Democratic Meeting in
Eagle Township.
There will be Democratic meeting at
Sligle' Grove, in Eagle TownnLip; on
Saturday, September 7,1867.. !
MIjd.'Arcb.'Mayo and a,b!e speakers
from ataoad wil be" present and addiesB
lie meeting. ;. ; 1 - : . ; ; ' I
'Turn cut, wni of partiee! Let
there be a grand meeting I Take .your
dinners with yon I Take your wives and
obildrenl
' The Waverly Democrat, published
in Pike county, Ohio, has been dis
continued by "W. D. Jones, and a new
naner entitled the "Waverly Watchman
has been established by John A. Jones
the first number, ot -which rre; Te
ceived last week: ' Itbresehte 'a neat
atmearance. and should be sustained
bv.the eallant" Democracy of" Little-1
Pike..: ... . .. ! ''''''' !'';
: Let every Democrat go to theTiolls
next October and , vote, against) Jones,,
Fie, the Negro Suffrage Ameudment,
and all onjthe Eadicar ticket; and" get
your Republican neighbor to do so if
he -wants to prevent , nunareas ot .Ne
groes from coming into, this county to
underwork the poor AVhito laborers,
Vote against alll ... .
, t ".' i i - ,. . r ','t '.V'.J
1 Sewino. Machine, For SAtE."i-Any
porson wishing to purchase one of the
best Sewing Machines now in usoi
would save money by calling ' at this
office. . .'. ?. i' . !) '' ,,r i.'"' ''" ' '
n Hi
Negbo, 6rb ? Diggers! Voters of
Vinton county f Go and' vote, against
the Negro . Suffrage - Amendment, if
you don't want to -see hundreds' of
Uegroes flocking into this county to
dig ore- for the Furnaces f v Voters at
Vinton, agle, and another furnaces,
be sure that you get tickets that have
the word ' "NO" printed thereon fn
big letters! Vote gainst JoNESahd
Fee and all the others, 'as all are for
Negro Suffrage !: c , , -j..-r.'-' ""' '
Negro CoaL Diooers ! Vote agai rist
the NegTO Suffrage Amendmentarid'
prevent hundreds of Negroes from
coming into Vinton county to dig coal
and underwork the White, coal d.g-
gers! Jones and TEE are in favor of
that. Tote against them !., , r ; .
I Jqneb,: the candidate for State Sen
ator in this District,1 informed its last
Friday that he was in favor of Negro
Suffrage, and that; he endorsed the
Platform of the Radicals! He is !" all
right on the.Nigger.'t ,,IIe is in favor
of the poor man working hard all day
and at night paying, about j:vo-third3.tyrrany.and
of , his hard-earned money to the tax
gatherer, while the'Bond-hoIder is idle
all day iud. pays nothing! He is in
favor of the poor man, like you coal
diggers, ore diggers,, wood' choppers,'
farmers, railroad laborers, (Irish and
Buckeyes,) ic.,being taxed on every
yard of cloth ; you- wear, and
on every ' thing ydu "' cat and
if you'want a littlo wnisky, three orihe
four prices in taxes will have to bo
.. v"t i .
paid for it. .,Go and vote against um!'
He 'is no friend to 'the pcr labocc or;
Av AnA ftlan AH Via TYTMllfl 1 f Via'
our uuo ciao, ui i tivu.vi iiuu uo,
i j e "K" ii.
to vote, hold' pihee, sit on . juries, and
ot having is lgger cnuaren nuena tne
White schools in .Vinton county, so as
to encourage hundreds of trifling Ss4
groes tO' emigrate to' the county!
Vote against' Fee! He is a "bird ofi!0tt
the same leather 1 .
Stats Finances, In his. speech at
Lima, Mr. Pendljton gave an insight
into State finances. 'He said:!'1'
"In i8&fi "the' .taxeatlevied for .-all
purposes m the State were eight mil
lion nine thousand five' hundred and
thirteen 1 dollars1 rand .iilnoty-three
cents, ($8,009,513 93.) In 1866 thev
were sixteen million , eight hundrou
and sixty -eight thousand four hundred
and thirty -seven ! dollars, and thirty-
four.' cents,! (tWmAZ8'rUyffliri
than twice ha much, and this amount
was Anordd 'by the abstraction' of
nearly ia ttiillion of dollar's ' front ihe
Soldiers Keliet Juna, ana its appli
cation tp. . the i current expenses;) h In
1864 the taxes for all purposes were
upward of twenty: millions.- In that
year .TAOre" than - two- miUionsrwejc
raisvjd for" the Soldiers' Relief Fund.
The next year, fearing to lay addition
al taxes,-' even dasinng o appear to
thus levied, iii 'direct. Violation pf, the
Constitution, and applied it to t the
Sinking' Fund. ' ; ,? ' ' V i'V.' V ', ' i -y
They boast ol reducing the btate
debt. "'Let us see. 1 In ten years. 'they
have, paid .off pne . pillion nihety-aix
thousand two hundred and fdxty, dol
lars and two cents ($1,096,260 .02.)
Very good bo far; but I have, shown
you hat ! iri one : year they collected
twelve 1 millions more than iri 1856,
and in .another year collected twelve
millions inure tuau in xouo, uuu m uu-Oth'eTTeeiAt'-mTUlOTB'ffnPri-Irf
each year 'they haye.'C6lleeted;in:adU
dition to the taxes ofj 1856, eight times
as much as they have paid on the pubf
tliR.dnhrdririnsr the whole ten' vcars.-i
1' years.--
ral affairs
,,,,,.,,,,..,,
JNor do we hnd in the federal
a more :tiucuuinixi vnuimo.
Black & Tan Meeting
AT McARTHUR, O.
of "the Wouldbe"
Lieut. Goy. Lee and
C. S. Hamilton.
C. S. Hamilton. They are Welcomed at the City With Significant Signs
Nods,and Shrugs of Shoulders and Clinching of
the Hands, to the Number fo 50,000 People Assembled
on the Occasion!
THE MEETING A PERFECT
SUCCESS AND GRAND TRIUMPH.
- UAIPR.
(IN A HOG'S EYE!)
LITTLE VINTON ALL RIGHT
Wheels Into the Line!
Lieutenant Lee Drives the Main Spoke
in the Wheel, Assisted by Hamilton.
His Right Bower!
His Right Bower! THE CANNON "BUSTED,"EARLY
IN THE MORNIN!
NOBODY HURT BUT THE CANNON!
THE GREATEST MEETING YET.
Many Soldiers Dissatisfied!
Many Soldiers Dissatisfied! AN ATTEMPT TO WHIP THEM IN!
Many Soldiers Dissatisfied! AN ATTEMPT TO WHIP THEM IN! LEE A GOOD STUMPER FOR DEMOCRACY
SOLDIERS CAN'T GO THE NIGGER!
Lee Says They Must Do It!
A GREAT GHOST PROMISED, BUT
IT WOULDN'T FRIGHT.
No Harm Done.
OF DEMOCRATS
IN THE ASSEMBLY!
oppression
the crowd upt meeting his expectation
,was rather . ..inclined,, tp, make a
ttok ens, aud the many. posters. sent out
the occasion, Vet it was written tfp-
, At, an early hour on the.jnqrning
pf .the 30th idayof August, tho-boom-
ing of cannon -was heard In trity tad
surrounding country, until ntidr the
middle-of the day, 'when mhriyjof ihe
Citizens of both parties, residing near
the town, (jame in, to see wha,t was ,t:ho
matter. -'I a-ph-i-!'! r !'
. By thisTncans a crowd "was "muster
ed, and at precisely Jialf p'ast 12 oc)ock
vas' arsballed into, order ly an of
ficfir nf the dsiv. and .marched to the
oy ,.hm they wcre !entertained
b ten C0n8idertd by Le as
,,,1,.-R),ht.1i0Wfer: in avihir his iram'e:
o I A v O o . '
but by many of 'the spofctators he was
pronounced the t)euce., t ,
The main arsruments upou which he
dw'eltpwereto prove to the people that
aDaa'cts of the Unipn. party since
the War ' commenced ,wcjrej.a!cts.(pf
righteousness and . mercy, instoacj . of
Ha also attempted an illustration of
tle weakness, of. the,.,Uovcrument by
saying that the negro held-the balance
of power, and .the. only 'means of
crushing, the .'Rebellion lay, in .the
hands of, the Negro, and for that; pur
pose they were called into the service.
Gen. Lee came up second best, and
entertained the immense ' audience
with nuite a lemrthy discourse.' 'and
P' B rk 7JZT1S
so much practicod to the sledge' ham-
argumeTlt lie could' not forbear
sledging the Nigger down tho people,'
1 t i.1 ..... ,1 .-. .. .' t .. .. ft .1
jjjq. ariVlUir filkV YttllUCIOJT51llliW ft ,WUU
1 '
'Notwithstanding' he -.was received
with all the' kind u6s8 possibld for the
lariv. to. possesH. uy winiiinifan
linking and Bundry;1:othpr signs aud
ot. verV' face i it' Unmistaken iotters.'
thp" .words' of fead ' disappoiritment
and the' meeting'.. was .pronounced., a
failure. '..!.:.' .;,w-i j i .m
During1' his ' argument in favor of
soiaiers -were
tho Negro is recognized as my equal.','
Here it seemed the Gen. drove the
main spoke and forced many' to desert
the party, if we are to judge frpni th'oir
AvrivtAaciATtfl H 1rTk
Notwithstanding th,e.tepoated express
iqps of dissaUsfaptioo,. he Geo. tells
them they must;, do it ; and if they do
not that it will haunt them down to their
graves'. h ; ;i '''i'1" '''- '''' v ''i
i He tbougnt ne ,'eaw a Dig xegro, juat
four , feet' from' tim,',aviDg Gnl it
to. 'em,, fellows, for dey doat sare worth
a 0088.'' . I an .' -J my il ,'iU,i on
Uooti the 'whole, the meeting' wis
iu'cpeBe' to bur' t)au!f3,',for we'havd been
teUiog the people, all the1 while wba the
AbdlitioniBts were trying to, fl", a o,w
they, tell tti i the Bame lhjng, and liy:-
rt We are qoino to do it. . ' We ae go-
ing to give the-Negro hu voto for the
pnrpoee or main wining onr piny, ana
the perpetuity of jthe OoVeirnment. We
are going M'o U, rest'asBured 9f ,tb'm"
, r.Tbe manj.DomooraU that weret,tbe
meeting returned home with new wesp-
one in their nandi to renew tne battle,
and 'contend ' for the'-'real righta'pr the
Amenoiii' people and" the 'White pp-
ple ewovernmen'i ; '. u !;a'.'
! The entire crowd of people (incladiag
DemoorktB J wtmeo,aod ' children,: that
helped to 'riake'' op ' ,, the ."larg 'Mts'r
Meotinz.) niimbered somewhere between
Lfive hundred and .fifty, thousand, esy
some dui a very aorreoi matnemauoiaa
e.ys there were- t-ix b.tidrti-mifltt. pn
u, ,?.,J(I j,.,. ,:.. J;,,, j-.
some ; but a very oorreat matbematioiai
Net?ro' Sunrage many,
heard to say : Ifean't $o the Nigger;"
"I won't be driven into the, line, when
THE
THE FIRST BOOK
THE FIRST BOOK —OF THE—
CHRONICLES
—OF—
ZALESKI.
WRITTEN BY SOME OF 'EM.
CHAPTER XVI.
1 T And it came to pass, in the
ninth-year, pf the reign, oh the - Lord of
the city, that He commanded His Chief
Pig Driver te offty a rewartf of fifty pieoce
of iilveV UDti'tbrfpee'pfe ef'thb 'lund'b
'gvvt thiol to bring unto him the names of
he Historians vh arriiing end pub"-'
lishiog to the world the,' First . Booklof
the Chooiolea hereof, .fivimii; ii t-,0--' -
2:' And the Chief Pig. Drjver ,tbonpnt
it hotter . to offer untoithe people EIGII -TY.FIYE
pieces of aiWet.i .hlyvnvT''
3 The Lord saith; Nay, nay! Tte
Printer fcf Chrooiolee may accept the of
fer of ithe eichtyfivo ) pieces ; of ! silver.
and declare be has received ! his hard"
etrned pay duo onto him from our Print-
Ug Offi'M livid In-; ',r.vwi..!'..i iiittti '
,3 And the; .Chief Pig j Driver i pro-
aimed it thronghout alt the city'.l '
4 And tte people laugh and ooo
tjoue-to sic i before the i eye, of it he
Lord. )
'ir
pro BI CONTINDED; '
.'! 't-'i
CHAPTER XVI. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
CHAPTER XVI. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER FOR THE
CAMPAIGN.
e read by every voter iu Vintoo oouhty
during the present campaign. As we be
lieve that the mobt .eiteaded circulation
pf sound Demooratio- papers will greatly
aid in the triumph; of correot principles,
at, the coming election,' we; offer, Tte
Democratic Enguiter from tbis time '(or
for threo months) until after the election,
on the following low v-.-.w'
. ,ii ' !n'' ;i TEBUi,:-i
Single subscribers, 25 cente; olubt ol
5?$l,10j plubi of 10, Jj2;-with an ad
ditional copy to each getter up i of club.
One oopyv one year, in olubs of, not less
than ten,' $1. , Payments to be made in
kdvanoe, .;,,,.,.: v,: Tl'. '' .?!.'.
, ,Ve offer tbe paper at these unuBuatly
Jow ratpe'i with the view; of bringidg it
irithin the reach of all , during the eam
paigotand we. hope the offer 'will be re
ttooodad to genbrally all over the county.
A. very trifling effort on the parr otnome
pf oar friends , in each township or
Peigbborbood would secure alarge O
dition; to our already large sibBoription
list, and bo the means of doing a great
deal of good. The pendii g campaign is
most .important', one the question 61'
giving the negro the, right to vote, hold
office, ait on juries, and marry into white
families .in to lo dcoidod-'-aod every
Democrat isbould exert himself to secure
the triumphant uccese of the Democracy.
Let our able Democrats throughout the
oounty make up a fund of from 'one to
five dollars or more in eaoh township,
and distribute copies of tbe paper to vo
ters who take rid paper and who will read,
By so doing, tbe peoplo can be educated
in regard to the' SEAL iue?, and tote
Send in tbe names at
J.
Editor & Pub'er.
McArthur, July 18, '67.
[Communicated.
JOHN FEE ON SALT
CREEK.
, Mr.-.EiutPb:1 John Fee the Radical
candidite for the Legislature, in Vinton
county, wis out hero among i the Dem
ocrats of. Londonderry ;iand oni Salt
Creek, (he called U alt ltiver,") in
Rose oountyy'eleclineering: the; (Demo
crats a few day egOir H8 "declared be
was a ho'ud Demoorat( and asked flbbe
of the Democrats in this county to - vote
for him; which of course they promised
to do,),;,,,, oii tt fif.iii;'- ft 'IP
.; I learn that he, has sid Binpe, htwn,
out here that sbme of the' Ross., county
bbye are for him." ., ," '. ' , "..
!' He looked about great deal f"6n Salt
Creek, (or Salt River as ; he 'called it,)
probably for.tbe purpose, of. electing
suitable point on.SaH River where be cap
dwell 'in peaoe and" heppiness after 7 the
eieotion.
CREEK. ONE WHO SEEN HIM.
CREEK. ONE WHO SEEN HIM. Londonderry, Sept. 4, 67
i fiO.OOQ.OOOrTrThiS, fays a ,VV ashing
ioii dispatch, is thpi.-expepseof .the
army W the . South for thp current
ycftr: 'It is bVer :tlhWe' tim'cs aS'inuch
as ii co4f to carry tin th ehtiteV gov
ornment of! the. Vnited SlAfes .'dufing
the .Adndnistrativpf phn..Quin,py
tdams. . 'ir ' -,'t,' (l ,)'!'7r r;:''T
Forty' ' Million .Dollars per annufti
to'Wpport theTtjtandWg'! artn'iri the
South to afford brotebtiori to men who'
outrage law and.order .to' roakeptere
out'pf Negroes.f.t lln' J):;d !--i I is-r
,! Tf.that in tnOt.,pavipfl .tPoiideapifpr!
tU whistle.' then, nfiures ,vvill:lifl.'.apd
the Negro is the only race mas nan
... -.1. IL. W- nClha Bo.
UU11IUU., ,' ' '....I ,.v t
-J'!ft V)IW J t'l
V
Btd WaIjI decrate'd'ia the
the' 'Ubltetl
States, Beu7forKrwhen a oertaia, oonr
ouavu, r;'"P t , : . . r, iiwiV,
unidn''ll W .MWWryS.!
j - - .brt510fc
ka.ikwurri in .Dense iuo auvutaio w
STEVENS HOUSE,
" Oppotitt Bowling Often,
OK TIIE EUROPEAN PLAN. .
mniCSTivtinlloeiiitls well nd widelr known lo
1 the usTehog publio. The loction i esPCUilx
uk8epiini ty1i tximr
on.hlar ofuoeni
itadudjaoeniWliltl.eprinci,
TkSvrT.iUoBiii!.nli lb
I , uulllvia lllfllr I. I 111
iine pnrt of ihiity i
mild e.itiv iriiiu
lunUliuliuivl ud steam
IS tNTiviiin llomt inn lilx-nl hrtjoninuxlnticD for
M-er SUOjiuaiit-it.UwcU luri(()oU nu, ponsoe
everv piocUru rmprovemenv 'fof .luo oeurort nd en-
tjirTuitimunt af it Inm&LHll. 'I lUI roOHIS flrASDfcGlCIUII
"d well teutiUteU provided with snd water
the attendance ia prompt xnd reapectftil, aud the txhle
ii leneroualy provided villi every delicacy ot' the
aevsou at moderate rates.
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;:' HOITTOU, ;"!
:! 1 " ;T r. i i)!)'!' f -r ," ' !
HAVING purchased and completely renovated
tha, , .,'.( 1 .ii, nv.y, , '.-i , .:. -, (
FUIiNITORE SHOP.
: IN MoAHTHUR, , . .i
. ; ;i .-it.u,-" (.v ''. '.'.,f K.i' '' "
formerly n(nnni..d liv E. P llnthojtl.l. irniilri r
speutfiilfy announce to the publio that lie intends toi
Keep conaiaauy ou uaua, a complete aaaoii.nonioi
C5 AO f ET FU RT3 1TI3 B E,
suitable for this market, at " ; , u :ii - j
OUR iTi.v. Bcnuntn -HP mira'
. ..wwx.
,
f oitcn up In a style of worimamihipnot to be exeol-
ed by uny shopin tliia leciion.
. All kinds of work in his line will b neatly and
promptly done on very low terms. '
.; -X'Ta miner , ., i
Of all kinds done loordor on short notie-j. ,
UNDEKTAKING. i
A Aill supply of ; V '
,Q 0, 371 IP, I W ; (
kept constan tly on hand ; and
10 per cent; will be deducted
on all orders for cash down. ! ' 1 i . i't ' ;
March 7, 18ti7-tt .. , ,. p.t HOP.TON.
Lragest Book Agency in the
A NEW ' AND POPULAR WORK.
A 'O E,N T, S ' . W A N TED.
r , . , ; f i til i i 1 tl ' I ; ' ' M i. j .i
; - ( r : -, ; , i -:'..:r0R '! ,. u hi;
Kenzic's ,10,000 Eeceipts,
"..l-i'l-.)- 1W AMI THB ''' l,'n "
: USEFUL AND. DOMESTIC ARTS. :
rr-HROUOH agents I now otter to the public an en
I tire new. edition ol NinKuNiiis's fiKttr (.'ahilt
Ktccirr Book, uontanine the diacoveries of over a
quarter of a century. Ihe stereotype plntes and
wood cut- are all new and alone (out, $ 1,000. The
articles on Agriculture, Uorticulture and Rural and
Uommtio Economy, are worth to tho . Farmer and'
Gardener several times its post. The reoipei ior
cooking, preserving, pickling, confectionery and
carving, should be in Ihe possession ol every bouse-i
wife. 'I his department alone is more complete and
valuable than any other work ever publhdied on this
subjeat. ..The diseases of the horse,, attlo. hogs,
and otHe'f animals, are treated of at great length and
complete, directions given for treatment: The de
parlmenie of Medicine, Brewing and nistillation,
Perfumery, Bleaching, Tanning,.Painting, V'nruish
es,. cements, "04 aro all that could be oVsired.
More than seventy distinct subjects are ctrefully
mined and treated of. It is Unquestionably the
beat hook tt the kind ever rrttbliahevl, either In this
Country Or fiurcpe. Price, handsomely bound in
eloth,S4,ooisneepiH,60. j.
! -.ii! SbU'v'owfy 'bf'-iltittrtptom. ?".-'?'-i
i Men and worn env of charaeteraad'abilltys'wabted
as caovaKaere, to whom Profitable Employment will
be guaranteed. For circulars and full particulars.
sena-ai onae ioBKen.' i -. ' ' ' -' -i ' - 1 1 1
i For samples of the 60LDEX FEN rasa, enclose
two aiamps ana ineywnr ne aeniwun ciruuiars.
Address Mi V- B. pO, YEN,, UFnyette. Indiana '.
j;'Bo,jJv;AaENT.;;;
Aurir
rv.t'i v..'i
rilE G0LDENM.
.', A Billet Pi 'ThMGilW'Pen. .
irARRANTEn fo'beeqha) to trie gold n tor
l..maaandrbeantr:oliTISine. ifllllv BS -flexible
nm more durable than anv steel nen ever manufac-
tared. Will not corode. They are endorsed by some
of the beat buaineea men, ,10, in, country. .me,wno
know what a good pi-n is. Traveling agent wanted
to introduce' the HOLUEN 1FN throughout the
West, and also other saleable aruo-.of. .awo.aiiee,
No. 1 for seneral nse; Ndi 2, extra fine roints. lorla
dloA'usa. 'f hey; are put up n neat slide be xos,feexth
box containing 13, pens, Price 86 cents per box..
8etu,; postpaid, to any address 1 on receipt 61 pnee.
Money refunded, ifthev do pet iv aaliafaction..; (; j
tot 37
lAaroseM. v,u.uuwi!.fi.-uae weiie, loaiaira.
n. v,i
iar-ei
10 !
Ikftaii'Rb T.'irE.' Infortfiatlol 'and Advice ofi
, ul taivnnrtaaee tothe eiarhod Df bctthvaexeS, to
iealed envelope, fan be obtained; fif of;hga by
addressing the undersigned.1 ' ' " . '
. 't.i Afiespecttuur., i'. vftMEs o, uu iMt.-in a
Jply I? taif-Sin 823 Bwattw.ay,Ma.fl
and; profusely , .and ., artisliually .
with c'ostlveneravinES f full size',!
reliable Patterns! Embroideries, J
i
j
X2j2
W AS.HJI H CTOIi JLIUARI 0.
---tmiAbiLMUAr' -
SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR.
$300',000 Prt'sents lo Subscribers..
One Cash Present of $40,000.
; Ode Cash Present of $20,000.
One Cash Present of $10,000.
Ode: tW Present of $5,000.
Two Cash Presents of $2,500 ac.
lRtad full Scktdvle cf Prumtt Btlo.
Z&h certificate of soc Is accompaaiad witki.
BEAUTIFUL STEEL-PLATE
ENGRAVING,
LvVorlh : More at, PctaiL than i the. Cent of
. Certificate, -f
And also Insurea to the holder a
Present in the Great Distribution.
- The Washington Library Company .
laaliartered by OTs Bute o'f Pennsylvania, .x Or
ganitedin aid of the ,
Rivori4e IhWtituU) V
For Soldim'l -and 'AitVer Orphans,
Incorporated by the Statu of N. J.
.i-.s-v...:j.i.-.iAprii timi.?:1?
:'tkitvinsiiurtfotf,
Situate at Rivorside, Buftington county, New
Jersey, Is founded for the purpose of gratu
itously educating the, sons or deceased Sold
ters and Seamen of the United Sutes.
Tha Boai-d of Tmstfes: " onlstli fifth nl!m.ln.
well-known cititens of Pcnneylvania aud New Jeraet
Hon. w.lllmm Mann, v,, v, . ... . ,.. f
; 7 'District ; Attorney,' Philadelphia, Pa.
lion. Lewis R. Broomall, ,' ,
Ki-CUiof Coiner U. S. Mint, and Recorder
of Peeda, Philadelphia, I'a.
you. JpiesM. ScpVe1uNewJerBfy,
Hon. ff,,W. Ware, New .Jersey. ,vV
Henry domino, Kq.'. ' ' 1
i n.nl Ailnnia1 FtTm-aoi Plll'Tu t. t Tt.
j uOoei'Eiiqy - - .tw,.rwii
, , . n ; yf.J oxf poe. 4 Co, Pelade lph ia .
Tbiamirt Dihtmc.t. Waahinirtnri. Ti. n
19, lh07. Office of Internal Revenue: rjavingreceiv.
ed vatisAtctory evidence that the procea of the to-
lerprideBonaucu-u oy uie wasningion Library Com
ofliiv Mill be devoted to cliaritaLlc uses. iifrrn,i.vi,,n
u hereby granted tu suid eompauy to- vsiiduui-auuli '
enterprise eiempi irma an cnin-gi-, v net her. Uvui
special tax ur other duty. K. A. HOl.LJNH,
'''' ''-' ' ; J s Oontiuisioi,r,
The WAHhlrigtoti Library
(OUIPHHV,
Jn order that the benevolent object set firth u thia
cir.uilir may be fucceusfullyaceoinplished, heve ts
aued a reriea of Une irlwl.pinte EngraTinga, which
are pit! on aulncription at pricea much below their
reti.il vnliie. On I ihws ofStoclcirrthe Wahington.
I.imury commnj win iw laaueoi iamped witn the
n.-iil ol Ir e company, nml signed
(None others are lieiniine.l . i
a
by the secretary.
Any person sending us One Dollar, or pay
ing the same toourlooal Agents, will icceiv
immediately a fine Steel Piute Engraving, al
choice from the following , list, aud One Cer
tificate of Slock, insuring Uue 'Present la
our published schedule, a-'.
. . . Out Dollar. Engravings'':
No 1 "My Child! My Clul.il" No 2
"They're Savedl"i'tNb S ''Old Seventy-an;
or, the Early Uays orthe RevoluiioDil' T.
Any person puying Two Dollurt will re
ceive either of the Steel Plates,' ttt Choice, and.
Two CerliiicHtes of Stock, thus becoming ca
tilled TW9 Present?;,
t-'-'Two Dollar Enrav'vgt.
No.J-''Wnshiiiglon'a C6uruh!p." 'Nol 4"Wuh
iii(jUin'a Last Interview with hi.-. Mother."
j Thrte Dollar Engraving.
Any peron ';j'iK T)ireej-l)illiir4 "wilt re;eive tho
heoutilul steel I'lnte of "Home From the War," anil
Three ci tiiiciites of stock, becoming entitled to
Three Pre.ciil.L '-t
Four Dollar Engrav'mgt.
Anv DerKon navinv Koiir Dullnra mI,mI1 vnoiv m,a
large and tieaiitifal etoei Plate of "The Perils ol Our
Forefathers," and Four crtiflcates ol stuok,anU
tling.thout to Four freaeuw.-1 .
Five Dollar Engravings.
Any perion who pays Five Dollars shall receive
tne large ana auieuaia stem riiubul "The MairiSvg
tline them to Five i'reaer.ls.
oi rucunoiiiHK, ona t ive certincaics ol i
r stock, eati-
-i-He engravings and certificates wilt bo dellTre4
to eacli aubacriour at our Local Agenoies, oi senl
hi uiadi oust paid, or express, as may be ordered,
. "' , i ' '- '
, . . . ,-
. , i i
THB WASHINGTON LIBRARY COMPANT
n il award Three Hundred J'housaud Doliars
. To tho IShareholdora.
jOn Weducuday, September' 25t.b,' :1867,
:. At Pliliadelphla, Pn., ii '
Or al the Inetitult, Riversidt, iV.,7,;,;i
' V'.
PHE8ENTS
i-il'-i -
SCUEDULE' OP
1 Cash! Plresant'": ' v.i.'
1 Cash Present, ,' , ,
1 Cash Present ,'
1 Cash Present '' - ' '
2 Cash Presents of $2 600 : . ,
1 Huuilsomu Country fiesidence,
Stable,1 Grounds, &c., (Jermau
" town, Philadelphia ...')
$40.0(4
20,000
10.000
; 5, P00
i'i;-M00
: 18,004
1 Double . Kesidence. three-story
- ones, t;anuen s. Ji
"1 5,000
I Coal..- Depot j: - Offices, Sheds,. ! .'-
Ground, with business establish- t .
"' ed,' No 131 i Washington Avenue " ' .
.-PbiodclpWu ' . ' i ' '!. .;i J ilJ.OOO'
1 Country Besidenoe, Riverside, .'i
" N; J. with Ground,' Fruits, &c. '' 10,00t
1 Three-storvcottage. lot, Ao. v-.tli I'tMt
25 ValuAble building lots, R.veraide, 'S300 ,
each, ' i r .' i '. ii;;,,.,, : ' j,ujr
1 Klegant Turnout .'nmlly catriage.span of , , .
. horses, llarnea, 4c., complete, ' 11 t,iitf
10 Valuable Building Lois, Riverside, 30C ,
'.each. - '' "j,0O
,1 Heautiful silver-gray borse, 16 hands...
high' sired by the celebrated imported
,, Arubian Horse,- Calii' -also, a light, , ....
Road Wagon, weight H pounds, with set '
, of superior siugle baruen, 4c, making a, . , .
ftrst-claae estaulishnient, 6,000 '
20 Piauob, 8400 each ,., . ,.,. , ,1.-0 100t
20 Melodians, $2auea3h' 4,600
fi Roeewood sewi.ig machine. $300 each v: ti leotli r
10 Family sewing machines, SliX) each 1,000
AO Fine cold watches. Mu hundred dollura M.h m m, 1 .
100 Oil Paintings, by leading artists -aggre .
nxsniuai iiu.. ."fi ) 1 . ' , 1 it 10,000 i
3 Camel's Hair shawls, one thousand do!
, larsoach I'",,. H" i ,r. ,, r.l 3,000 1
2 Camel's hair shawls, three thonsand dol-
hir AAPli . , .... 1 1 1 'I'IIaM,'!
, 3 Handnome Lacs shawls, f'iflo each , . ,760
, v. ..DiiunuiuvT jjnuo Dimivii,, j- rw:il , . ,700
IS UaahmereshSwl., fifty ctollars each " KM
vi sun areas patterns, seventy-nve dollats r
!-.aofc.ii id'... '. 4 ijnir.
iO city building lote, $178, each ,,: .. 8,76. 1
I I The remainder will eonsist ol silverware', ' " J J
j , Muaieal Boxes, Optra Glasses, Pocke v-.iinii
' ' Bibles, and different articles of orna- '.'''"'1
; oientand, use,amouutipg to ., ',8,0A0r(,
j.,.!t Total, 1. '.-'.'.' 'l.'il-' i'i,i$30,O0B-J
All tho properties given clear of lncumbranoo. '
' ,. . Hon U, Obtain Shares and, Engramgt, ,.;
1 Bend orders to us by mail, enclosing from ocete
twenty dollars, either by Post Olhoo eider orlna'U:
registered letter, nt our risk. Lareer amonnU
should be sent by draft or.eapresa.j ,iiiu n;
10 shares with engravings . , . f 8 50
25 share with eogratingt'7 ':: J'l,f " J3 60;i;
' 60 share with eugra.yipg i. ; 1 ! 4s SO .
76 shares with engravings.; 69 00 r,
100 shares with etrgravings ''' ' V'1 ' io 60 1
Local A gon td wanted throughout the UaUo n
ted8tates.. r ,. ,.,,,.-.,,,.; f.
IThe Association have appointed its BeoaU'
vers, Meesrs. ' OEOKQE A. COOKB & CO-fc ri
whose wall know integrity and ; buiinsss X-j;,r
periehoe will be a efficlont guaiantse that ' 1
the money entrusted to them will be prompt r)
ly applied to Ihe perpose stated, r, , J-,-f
Addrese aU letters and orders to ' ' ' ,
i t - i OKO. A;e00fcE & CO.: BnkMi.'' lifoi
Rcoeivefe'foriths Waahiagtoa Utility C.' ""
2.4.W
trfjnr.TTiToD id . 1$

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