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P75I.Ur.D VBT TBUHBAt' MOalUKO,
( ' A' A t'i AdW Building, tif SwtlUnti
m j Pi...i r..i
.Mor, eorntr ieiwna j.mi oirf, ,
of thi Contt tlotitt.' . -
THK DEM OCR A TIC EN Q VIMIX
lias the largest circulation of any pa
per in Vinton County. Adtvrtisers and
''text if$ j? make ffnott tfv-"
For President of the United States,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic National
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
THOMAS HUBBARD, ' Lcn- -
. Tor rupr?me Judge',"-; 7 r' r
I ' ; WI1XIAM. FINCK, of pewy. ,
FW r.vrr Rt" TOfclle WOrlrs,
. RTKURHUGHIS, of Cuyahoga.
' !. Tor Bcbool Commieatooer, ''
'.S. J. KIRKWOOD, ol ten.
t ' - Tor Clerk of Supreme Court,
" JOHN M. WEBB, of Mahoning.
Meeting of the Democratic National
BOSTON, December 28, 1867.
A mooting of the National Demo
V jrrutic- Committer - will -b 'held at
WiiskrriKtoV, C..'on Saturday, Feb-
rtmry 22d, lSffS'et 12 o'clock M., lor
the purpose of, fixing the time nd
nlsice of- holding the next National
Wmotratlc, Convention, and for .the
transaction of such 'other business as
wj 1 1, property coma before the Com
. mitteo." -
FREDERICK O. PRINCE,
Sec'y Nat'l Dem. Com.
The Enquirer to' be Enlarged Next
iWeekr the largest Paper, Printed
' j in Vinton County, Z i'
, 'The Democratic Enquirer
will appear next week at the uiju-
!il ilmn enUvtraA f 9ft .niiitv.V.a
the Iargestpaper ever printed
to-TtotonW,. ' v
'Avo want 500 more sabscn-
Tiinre "irl Tirtnn Viof "oanV rrn nF
oiir present subscrihers will, get
us at least one subscriber,
Let every Democrat go to
. JNow is the time to begin to
read Democratic papers!
. "WE think that Hon. Geo. II.
Pendleton will be the next Pres-
ident of the United States; and,80
there is a good prospect of, his
bcirig nominated by acclama
tion: A purer man than Mr.
Pendleton cannot be chosen.,
Somebody, who has nothing else to
wishes the Legislature to change1'0?
the subdivisions of this (the 7th) Ja-
nicial District. This subdivision (the
2d) is composed of the counties of
Lawrence, Vinton, Scioto, Jackson,
and Pik. nnd i resided over bv
Judges Martin Crain, of Scioto, and
J. P. Plylcy, of Vinton county. The
aA i,. ,-r, b .nU;.;.;A ;.
to withdraw Gallia county from
3d subdivision and attach it to the 2d,
We think this is both foolish and out
rageous let the aubdivisions alone;
there is nothing wrong about them, in
our opinion, but there may be a few
" loyal " county court lawyers and pot-
. . o ulD-; n I
the people elected white n!n Judge
lJl v.j- i trn tit , A
the subdivision last fall. TTe ho.e
. ... f .
the measure will be defeated m the.
: Hon. A. J. Swaim, member of the
Ohio Ilouse of Representatives from
Vinton county, will accept thanks for;
many public documents.
The Cincinnati Daily Enquirer is the
most valuable daily paper published
in the West, and is worthy the sup
port of the people of the North, the
South, the East and the "West,
always-. Bound. on the great questions
of Democrati6 policy. It should be
found in every family in the land
- The terms of the daily are asfol
lows:":' One year, $12; six monthe,!
6; three monthe, J3.25 one month,
jsi.25. - ' ' - v'
For the terms of, the weekly the
tri-weekly,- and other- particulars, see
prospectus in another column.
, . . --i ''
" Ilofi. H. V. Jones, Member ot the enat from
this District, wlH accept thanks fot numerous
.Bute docuinntsV'''ijJj' ' .':'-!
THK CBBIoTJAK ,WlTNB88.Thil is
the only religious paper we have read
since 1863 that i3 reefrom political
.slang. We believe it the best r0'
ligious paper publishet! ptte i
'and it -should, fee encouraged .
"Witness'1 forthe tenth of the Gospel.
It motto is, TO Earth Peace, Good
Will Toward Men." ':- .
Published at Columbus, Ohio. Her.
A. S" Biddison, Editor. Terau, 2 a
year in &dfae.C9.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] THE NUMBER OF ELECTORAL
VOTES IN THE UNION.
, A correspondent asks us to publish
a list pt tbe electoral votes now pos
sessed by ha gtates, as they ire cast
in the election of a President 'and
Vice-president of the XJnited.' States.
Here it is; i
California .."f. 5
Delaware.. ' 3
I Ilm6l6.. at tV-l 6
Indiana"..!.. .....r..'...... ...... ........... 13
Missouri.....,'....... ...... ................ 11
"West Virginia ...
. ' " .- : . V -': - : J75
These States are most likely- all of
them io; go Democratic. The'Re
publicans' have the best chance in the
following States : ' '
Nebraska (doubtful) , 3
Wisconsin (doubtful).'. 8
Rhod$ Island...... 4
Vermont ..L 5
Minnesota (doubtful)...,..,...;.......... 4
" '; v.. . . 62
The Southern States, which are now
caltcd "military districts," in Radical
parlancej have the following electoral
Arkansa, ; Z'"'Z'i
The total number of electoral votes
in the Union is, therefore, 315. If
the Southern States all vote, it wil
requiro 158 votes to elect. If they do
not vote, 236 will be the whole num
lhar cant, ttf whir-h 11!) fnnstitntpH a
majority. Our readers may find it of
interest to cut out the table and pre-
THE SUPREME COURT.
The bm Provide8 that if three Aboli
da, judges decide a question one way
'anI Atfa vUH I. A il.
the,oom na miaao.e step towarastne
property and money are subject to the
r J . ' J
decisions of this Court, and parties in
of . n . n -A u ' t
jerestea may regard it advantageous
j' l nZ e t. . i
to reCJace tho power of the real court
as much as possible! ' It is reported
that the Senate is ;ppose"d to this bill,
The Jacobins in Congress have
scheme on foot which has already
passed the lower Ilouse, to abolish, or
at least hamstring the Supreme Court.
,tho,r 'V-the P,",on of .the
shall be taken as the opm.on of the
wu - .iUD J
Cour8e' ,B to Promot the 8chemc8 of
Jacobins to establish a military
n.p negro supremacy ana
Biavsry in tne &outti. ? it is a
cumulate Esuurersiun oi mt uovern-
ment and the Constitution, although
it is but a legitimate sequence of the
other acts of the same party. There
are, perhaps, other and equally detest
ablo motives for this course to be
found in the fact that vast amounts of
but if the fa'ttf of this laSf- bulwark of
constitutional liberty depends' upon
the disinterested or patriotic action of
such a Seriate, its chances are dubious
Startling, but True!
"We would again' call the at-
tcntion of the public to the fact
that Dan. "Will & Bros, are now
receiving a very Heat and full
assortment of Goods of every
Srade that can be-had in the
martet-tne very iresnest ana
choicest "selections of Fancy
Goods, made by one of
the firm, who understands just
what is wanted in this market
every article of the newest and
best styles, which were bought
for cash, and which 'are being
offered at reduced prices. The
very best bargains are now , of
fered at this House. - Call early
and secure the bargains; ; : ' !
5 BjS ' stir e abd tell your neighs
bor-that" Ifid Democratic En
quirer U to be the largeat paper
, . . ; vt
' TVj Visited ZaleikL "prf SatTjrday;i,d
last, 'and took dinner .at the Lindsley -uii
Hlonso.5 Mr. D. DUNCAN, the acc0m
m6dationndloid,: knows well how.
. :? . i-,". , "ft 4
to- keep a hotel, tnd.hftewr.aik.ia-.
prcase all who put-themaelves.
A livery stable has been started In
Zaleski by Messrs. Hovey. & Black.-
The proprietors are making arrange
ments to run an express to the rail
road depot for the accommodation of
tKoSe Iroing to' and from the trains. I
.It is said that an express is to run
between Ziileski and New, Plj-(nouthr,,t
on Tuesdays, -Thursdays, and Satur
for the . purpose OL carrying
passengers and the man.
C. W. Cist
is proprietor of the line.
Ball and SurrER. Davis Duncan,
proprietor of the Lind.Uey House, will
give a Grand . Ball and Supper; on
Thursday evening, February Cth,
which everybody h invHeti to attend.
Tickets,83,. . . ..k. ; -4i
The following is the yole on School
Directors tor the Independent School
District, at Zaleski, on last Saturday
week, of which we spoke last week !
James Boyd ,
Another Ball. A Ball ; will be
given at Shipley's new Hall, on Fri
day evening, February 14th. ' Every
body invited to attend.' Tickets, $l.s
Wi have ncglenta-i o notice the chnne In the
Marietta Times. It haa recently been enlarged
from a twenty-four to a twenty-eight column
paper, and cannot be excelled In the State for
neatnew and ability. W. CHooo, Its Elltor, de
serves pralc for the able manner In which he
iconducU the paper. The Democjacy of old
Washington oounty should give the Tlaes a Ub-
THE CONTESTED ELECTION CASE.
Tn til ft Ana A . nnml t nt in Ann firdf al
Senate, wherein Henry M.Ondeidonk..
Homer C. Jones, of Vinton, as Seha
tor from the Eighth District, the
standing committee on Privileges and
Elections, ou Thursday lust, opened
tho papers which had. been referred
to thenv Judge Thurman-appeared
as counsel for the contestant, Mr: On
derdonk, and filed exceptions t cer
tain testimony taken on behalf df the
contestee, Mr. Jones. The casa was
set for argument before the committee
on Uuesday, the 28th inst. We un
derstand that Attorney General West
win appear as counsel tor Mr. Jones.
Ohio Statesman. .. ,
The case between the M. & C.H. E.
Co. and the furnacemen, which oc
casioned some excitement in Scioto
county last year, has again been de
cided against the furnacemen : bv
j uage trumne. . ne went lurther than
did Judge Johnson in his decision at
the Scioto Common Pleas Court last
t j r. ,1 . ... .. .
year, in that he held that the Ports
mouth branch was operated under the
original charter of tho M. k C.R. H.
Co., which only required that the
charges on freight should be reasona
ble; thereby affording an undefined
latitude in charging for transporta
tion,, which, was denied by the general
Kailroad law under which the Scioto
and Hocking Valley R It. was built.
The Portsmouth branch havinsr been
Enrchased by the M. & C. R. R. Co.,
ecame a part of the latter's property
and was subject to the regulations
governing the M. & C. R. R. at the
time ot the purchase.
The Newark Advocate, iri 'reference
to the officers elected by the Demo
cratic majority of the' present Ohio
Legislature, says: ' ' J '
"Of tho officers chosen, no lead than
foirr are honorably discharged soldiers
of the hite war. . Their selection
Ot the late war. Ah eir selection IB a
burning commentary on the falsehood
a v-. - .. 1
HOaiMlty DJ democrats." ' '
Thi Racxjoon Havioatiow ElfTIB-
Prisi. We : have been r'eo absorbed
with matters connected with the in
terests of ottr city the railroad, etc.,
- that -we have not been able to do
much for onr friends 'on the Raccoon
navigation question. " We are glad tpj.'"1'
!,. ! ,.,
ft... Lt fb- ner,r; ut, Ji
.v,n...L.uw,w.r..., na i.Bj
and with most encouraging prospects
Of sdecess.: It .will be of very great i .
to Our citterns living 6n or near
that. nt.rP.Bm- and will aid lm-fsw in Am.
llirTnnrf iin in t m-i i
ilopingand bringing to market the
2h deposits Of coal and iron which1,
abound in almost inexhaustable quan
tities in the counties of Gallia, Vinton
and Jackson. Oallipolis Dispatch. .
:., Ai;the, supperrtable of one of our
hotels an evening or two since, a cer
tain Radical 'spy remarked to a Dem
ocrat, "I suppose' your Jesus- (mean-,
ing Vftllinaigham) will be crucified
again at the Conventipn',, "Well,"
replied the Democrat, "if he Is, it will
not be by thieves and robbers." Had.
had no more to say. Jackton Herald.
'4muttmtnl-.thf cheapest and fcMl ,niiiira-
, faroii.-MtgaliBe pnbiVbed,,. Filled
tin lt'it llluatraieil fasHonif, eliQiee
h,D? r" JF f rT"
ere. Biontblj.atoi.lt $166 per knnuta.
uder.,MI;ftUin. alubs ,A.eBr,'iiiT &r
Git It amd Trt It. The Home'
orlt, poetry, wit a.d humor. .( 4c; n j.isi
$10 per day; betide, erfrj agent grti nm'
elianee for everj rubrerpiion tent, In J 600
in eah aent togentt. Sample eoolrt with
list of priien, and terml and ipilruetioni to
agtnla, hj enclosing 8 eenti! "-Agenfa want
ed eTerjwhere, Addrns Hons Amuihiknt,
8 Nauau Slteet, Kew York, iln
6it0 election of 1307, atd..tlmt.. tiiei
coieg gjn ,0 U the Siaies, anl thnt de
eral nill) of u l0 lhem by Congrfiti. and its iffjrts
dictate by n.iliiary force a Coeinient
(or ,h,ro .rUDC0Bi,uiional, reoluiionry
nd forriKn pwri ,,icn en be
proieol aoe msiataln them DJ r means
iihin lie power.
Ruohed That the people will sustain An
value drew Joonson, President of the United
usuniion, knd thaTwe pledge the Democra.
of ohi l0 rt bm , k coustiiu-
wu measures to relieve the white people
! t ' i : i t i 1
Rtmlud That the Detnooraty of Ohio enn-
gra'ulaie tlie country upon ibf improtfrt
apent of polltifial affaire an evidenced by
look forwara wim hope and oonnience i
the rmult of that mornentout rtrngile. up
on Wufh ,,nfJ t abmil ,0 ,D(l p(
hiah deneadt. in ereat a clogree, tnt fu
ture p ace an propperily of ilie Dnien.
Sfthed:Thnl. nnalterahly 'oppone l to l'
dnotrines which Itad to conat lidalion, w
wneW wHh unBagging leal and liioreasd
energy, eur a'tachmfnt to that polilica'
creed which has erci been so staunchly ad
hered to by niirorganiia'ion ihrough troiihlp
and 'disaster, as wel as good fori upb arid
prorn' y. lion "!' "P"'""1 h-'
Thomss Jeffereon: " Ffqnal and exact J'l'
,i ia all men. of whatever state or pHrsita-
. ,,iirinn. or Koliiicsl pence, commerce
V 1: u .11 ., ,
nnd bnneel.friendel.iip wnti all nations, en
.n'l'ng alli'ineea with none; the eupnort of
iDf, . . ! -ir ,i,,;r riirhti
the 8l'" " ' .j" ii- f ,.
. mii-ient admtntstr lion or otiri
domilc (concert b'.l"rtl
tgainst anti-reptiMiu"" 1", ' ,,.
serva ion of the Genera. GiM
, . .nn.iiintlnnal v:or ,h" n"
jealoua csre of the rights of elec-'on"
ll,e neo'de and the stipreniHoy of lh PV1
. ml.ni'iiv "
over the mili ary authority. .... ...
Rerolvti, lhat we condemn the legiB'ntiv
ustirrat on of Congress, and pstlicularly
hs several acts of reconsti uoiion, so-called.
as violative of the Cobs i'utional eotapaot
helween lh Plates, ftnd as utier'y subversive
ef every principle, of (e-if-govcrnmeut that
di'lingui'hes a free people.. . ;
Rttolvtd That we are opposed to any
meafurea winch recognig that the Integrity
ol the Tnion wah ever broken that any of
mamhers ware ever out dI that we de-
il Insist that the Souti tra Slates,
"-' -7--- .
no lot'ter being in Insurrection, or at war,
iih the f ederal uoveriiuinui, arc cm u i
ihe full State recognition nd Cnnstttu ional
,.... ,inn i Contrers, and the elentoral
RttoWtd. "hat we are eppoed, both
pi iuoipie end policy, to negro suffrage; that
he Stat OHIIiio--naTing ru.pi '
'niHjority t 50 000 reject I it. for herself ia
(ternlv oppoeei to US torcea impnsmon up
on other tsies. and that we stigmatileeuch
hi. imposition by the Federal Government as
most base usuipation.''
Rtiolvtd, 'I hat the practioal effect of the
Ke-catled Beeouet ruction nets of Congress is
to deliver over.lft. States to the political and
tecial coptrol of Negroes and w place Ihe
lives, liberties an I fortunes ef the Whites
repiding therein, in the hands ef a barbar
ous people, and thai it would iuevitably lead
either to a war nf races or to the A fries ni
lation of the Pouth.
Rtiolvtd, That notwithstanding the eoor
muusanii cot.eeded frauds in the creation of
the public debt, the faith of V. t sou 11 try is
pledged to ill payment, priasipal and inter,
est, areording to the firms of the several
sen of Congress, under which the bonds
representing the debt were is-ued, bul not
otnerwise, and we re opposed to any p'.an
'or extending the tines of paymen', thus
increasing the amount ef gold interest 10
more tliac tbe principal, or . 10 any declara
tion by Congress lhat ihe principal is paya
ble in gold, which would virtually add more
than a thousand millions to the burthen of
... 1 !..,
the aeoli ana to ve imi ... om no unancini
pelicy of which these measures are a part.
Rtiolvtd, That, neither forgetting or deny
ing our ancient faith thai gold and silver
coin form tne currency 01 me vonoiitutton,
we declare lhat the Uoe-t weniy bondt should
paid in the earns t urreccy rece ved br the
Government for their istne. and that by the
withdrawal of the monopoly granted to the
iVational Banks this lesult ran be accom-j
plished without an undue or dangerous in
crse ef paper money, new uie ouiy circu
lattng medium, thus relieving out people
front the. burthen or 'a debt, the tendency of
which is always to corrupt and enslave, and
our Government irons tbe reproach nf pay.
ing a favored class in gold, while diselntrg-
iug.il debts to all otheri, including p-n-;
siuns to widows and soldiers, in an inleiior:
currency : '
Rtiolvtd. Thsl this plan viola'es no law,
impairs no contract, break- bo faith, and
instead of retarding return to tpe is pay
menu, . the shortest because the only hi.
wav of reselling thai end. i
Rtiolvtd, That ill lie rroperty of the
country, including : 'he Government bonds,
which teceives the equal protection of the
Govferumut, sboulc" bear au equal share in
"Rtiolvid. That we indignantly reject Ihe
prinoipla derived from, ihe feudal ayelem-
Uhai tin masses of the people belong to the
. , , 1, i.ial'
,"Tr ,w; w,MC"fw. V. v' M
liriiain; once a
Bu'jeol sMways a autjeo
ibt we-on the eouirary . matutain that an
individual can, by emigration and resldenoe
auoiher ooitntry, forswear ..bis previous
allegiance, and be-admitted into all the civil
and political rights of hi" new home l bat
American cititena by adoption ana natural
isation are entitled to. all the r'ghlsssbe,
a'Uio.ed bv our native bom eitiiens.SBd it
du'T the Federal Government t
U"tM. ' b' struggle, with congressional
'.be $outh from the. nevru government
now being iurpoeed bpoli them. "
Rtiolvtd, lhat the fortitude and gallantry
fur soldier in the recent Civil war, in
defense OT-the Vlnioa - eaiHla them U i!a
gratitude of the eonntVy, and they Soould
ever be remembered by it In its bounties I ,
Rtiolvtd That the Democracy of the cpati
try have neither Ihe purpose nor desire-to
slavery, nor w assume any por
tion of tbe debts of the Btatei lately in re
bellion. -''rr "fix . -j
Barrett's; .Vcgetalile. ,Hir vE,stor&
tive at Strong's,
T7STHAYED from the subscriber In Za--Slon-teliU""'
JCj leskl wTilt and red spotted cow, with
aroopod nornaan,i Hhort talf Was ltut seen
one mile west from Vinton Station. . A liberal ,
reward will be nald any peraon Klvlne lnl'orm-
UtiouUtatwlU lead to the dltteovery of said
VmillUHB, I J v iv ia sis ws ? ' -
sracAiTD or tax
If iPA-filrarf or tst ' - r - .
EOKBS III GSEINBicis, AND
: EQUAL TAXATION.; f :
AJToeaVxJ by tbe Democracy and tl
CINCINim WEEKLY ENQUIRES
fiJTtMS REDVCID RATEIt
single copy, er.'i;.f.'W
m i gj j months,
Trtl, nnnlna An., fill f. oach
With extra copy C dub ogeftt,
Txientv mnlM and oT, anvil
With extra copy to cUb agent.
. . HEM I AM) TW-WEfli'LY RTM.
Aweubllhhonly Dally awd Meekly Edl
tloas, wo will send our Pally '" on 7
days desired, as follows)
DAILY 1-APtR, TWO TIHES A F"K:
For three months. U?
Forslx " ' 226
' or one year - . .
THREK KilM A wtna " .. -For
three months , i . . . , IV
Forslx ' " 1 1 ' 1 i ! t a W
For one year - . 0W
Clubs mny be malemp of names Tot illfJiiront ...
PoNt Ofllees at the above rates, provided .they
be nent In atone time. ' ; !: , .
Specimen copies sent free on application.
Itfonev, to come at our rlk by mull, must be .' ;
sent In the shnpe of Post-offlce money orders,
dmfts or checks, payable to our order, or 1
registered letters, or by express, prepaid. :
Address, FARAN McLEAN.
. Cincinnati, Ohio.
If Greenbacks w good enough fortheMer. ."
chant. Farmer. Mechanic, and Holdier, who
pay taxes, they are good enough for the Bond
bolder, who pays no tnxes.
Jn. 23, 18C8-SW
CHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Mule of Ohw. ntnn Cmntv
Ann McOInnis,et.al.,Iterts. J der and Uccree.
Pursuant to the command of an order and
decide issued from the Court or Common Pleas
. touniyi mi Htate ef 0hl w
me'(1,;.,H.t,vl as Sheriff of said coutify. I will
0irerfor;'le tPuul7aS,'"ti(n"l,Wie Jtoor of
the Court riousd, In theTowaof McArthur, (u
the county aresa'd, on -.- i
Tuesday, the 'id. Day of March, ,
A. b. 18CS,
at the hour on o'clock V. M. f ,a!d day, the -following
described landtah.d tenemenU, situ
ate In the county of Vinton, ah. I Mteof Olilo,
Section Number two '(No. 4,1 la TWblp
Number Eleven (No. 11,) of Range iiuiitbcr
Hlxtcen (No. 10,) containing Six Huildrtu ail .
Forty Acres, lie the same more or less,
lie same more or less. .
iroperty of Ann MeUlnnls CW
Taken as the property of Ann MeUlnnlsct?
i. u, satisfy and order and decree of the afore-
satu court in lavor 01 unria u. HKinner.
Appnusou at m.ouu.w ana must oring two
thirds of that sum.
Terms of bale cash in hand at the time of
' JOTtX J. STIOCKEY,
. , , SlicvifTVIuton County.
Kndwle ft Loomos, Atty's for Pl'fl'.
January 90, ltH-5w-14
Ti aiLLIANT. PROGRAMME
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THK NKW YUitA- MfiKuUKl
With the Kew Venr. this standsrd li'cr
ay weekly will , commence its thirtieth
volume, nn J arrangement have been made
wlitcli will largely add to the attmetion
that have already rendered it one of Ihe
most ;opulnr weeklies published in Amer
ica. . : 1
The Kew Vprk Mercury has now ben ia
existence Twenty Years, ai d was a liter
ary and pecuniuiy. success long before the -
brood of flitnsyr st.ory-pupers now attempt
ing to compels with it had a "locil hib-,
j'S'ion or a nace" It' stands, in all re
spects, at the head of it class in site, is
the variety and eicellence of its matter,
and in ike estimation in which it is held
by the Rending Public Containing about
double ' thf amount of letterpress com
priced in ihe foliiidni of any it her week
ly, publication that has endestore' to fel
low in its wake, iL embraces every depart- '
ment of Fiction and of Fact wliioh enn
give t 'St. in:eiTst,-and va'tis to a model
Famiiv-Newspanitr.r No rff.ir'a have h.
made to keep 'the New York Her wry be.-
the people" by an extraordinary
flourish of trumpets, for it has required
no bolstering, its steady progress in cir
culation ami popularity being due to lli .
talsai, taste, and originality of its con
tents. In short, it has advertised itself..
Among the salient featuresof the Kew?
Volume will be a striking
. . ' : ORIGINAL ROMANCE,
J. P 8tTH, , ,
amner o. wanneta nun. j nt jionKtt 1
crtt. Sir Bernard. Gniton, Woman end Her
MatUr. etc., etc 'I his new story,, from
the pen of one of the (rat English novel-
ists of the day, will open wt'h the Ntw
BUCK BISON 1 '
T 'If Cm Lb OF .TUB TJIAIRIE,"
originally writtsn for the New York Mir.'
eury by the Jaie J)c" ftobln8onr ten yesr'
of Jnt bffQ reoomnitsnMj
ago has, at the instance or large num-.
its columns, and a rapid succession of
serial etoiies and novelettes, by leading
American and English roraanoisls, will
a.'orn the pages ef ..the riiaat Family
Wecilt during the course of the year. .
The wc kly Table Talk, with in nnrlvaU"
ed budget of original humorous sketches,
I; " " nd eorrcrnondenee
K, " . . . ....lLm ,i.
an one huo-
ret young ladies jn various parts of the
coumrj contribute; tbe Literary and Art f
Notti, the Fairy Storut for Little Folk. '
the ion tempore nenusc rooicl of American,
Sporti and Peitmet and other distinguish
ing and special features of the paper will
he eon tinned, 'and neir ones will be added
hithefia. uneaibraced' tn the plan of any
literary paper publisher in America, ,-' J
In brief, Ihe character of Ui New York "
iltrcury as a Literary and Story paper of
the Highest Class' will not only be sus
tained bat greatly enhnnoei by, ihe Near
Arrangement nade for 'the! yea; 1868 '
Measured by the amount of Hi reading
matter, it Is tbe CocAPiiaT family paper of,,
it kind in the United State jut ged by
the quality and variety of it content, it r
ia the M3T, :) . ;. I.
SrjBscaimoH Ratis son 1868 Single ,
copies, $3 per annum; tour copies, $10, ,
which is fl 60 a copy; eight copies, $20,
wft'rt an extra espy free to the gettsr-up
Cf the oiub t Joslmaster and others who ,
get up club an afterward add single
co ie el 250. 8ii months subscriptions, "
received A ben a draft or n.ony -order t ,
can be sent convebiently, Jt will prevent! j
the possibility of the- lost of moo?j;,by j
mail. ' The postage1 on the Misolar to all i
parUjof ,t oouDtry fa only tweotyjwnta,
a year,' or five cent a qaart, psyaJil it, i
Address all tJomsanQioation o7 !
jCACLCryELL ft WHITNEY", Pab't,:: - ; I
' v ' US rcltun.itrril-ltjw,iorij I
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. McARTHUR MARKET.
[Reported by J. K. WILL [...] in Dry Good, &c.]
Apple-Greeyn, per bushel 607&
-do. Priad.:..., 100
Butter...;...-.... ..'. 25
Bearifi........,...'....'. 1 &l t" 2 20
('ofroe...... : ......ao to 30
Candlea W to2G
Chicken8T.f.-.?rrr..... 16 to 2')
Fish White 8 to 10
Flour, per bbl..'......., 13 00
EtTITS .7.".... '.. 4. .'ill mm J2 0
.50 to 60
.35 to 40
Sugar '.....,.... .:v.; a v.i
Salt, per bbl ..,.....
si viitv tn aivs s'j sst.b vv rrns aw
prosented to the CommlsPloncrS of Vlntcts
county ,l)hlot their rejtoiar meeting In March
next, nr&vlne for the rrsnt of n view and lav-
out of a innnty rond, commenclns; at t he
road leading from McArthnr U) Wllkesvllle,
nt or ner tlio K hnnl bonne In school district.
No. 2, ia Clinton Xownship, Vinton county, r
Ohio, muring east on or near the section Una
to the south-east corner of section two; thence
In a nortli-eastPTjy line to Vinton Farttacn, to:
Intersect tho rosvd leading from VJnton Fur
nitea to Vinton Htat Ion, at or near the Vlntoa
Store House, nnd thereto end.
Jfth. St), 1,4-td MANY FETITIONEKa.
LU O B A 19 A iff ,
roK Tni ccpb or
A 1 AI I 11.1FS1STI'AT 1 FAD 10 IT
Stieli as Cou?h, Negleoted Coi-U, Pain in
tbe Chest, and all dlpteases of the Langs.
tgfClergymen ehctild use the Eahstu for
Tni nlss In'rodtieed to the suffering rtiblie
after tt" merttsfor potit'Tocure of such dlsensee
hsveVen fultv tefteit. Thffnrmuln from which It Is
nrepsrH Is referred to by tl'e leading med.esl our
iiRh being equal to any precrlptinn thet esn he
msite up, for such diseasee, by.ltie medlril fuculty.
The BslBom Is consequently, reeoinmcndi d ly phy
xlctsnewho have become acqitnlnttd witbitgrct
success. ' '. , ,
As an Expef'orsBt. it ns ro tqniil
Woeopv tbe following Inteiesting letter fmm Tr..
lIsrr.to theMidillebnrv, Vt,. ItepMer, Nuv. SO, 'f'
Ms KoiTort- It in only to euberre Hie interests cf
htimnnvtv tint 1 requent hort t jinee In rrur rnlca
tjle puiie'r to Inform the public what Allrn's LltPi
Halsatn . sure lo do. Teo j eers ago I wasatlseked
Willi n sorerecold; it eettled in in v throat, yihlch to
nftected thejWSn-i ofsj'ech that I could not spe. k
aloud fornitT rvjis. 1 got through the imr
eaiighlngniSnTsal-nosHnrsssanily. will. eld UfA
sweats, with inerencd ir-ttatoin, hich eittnded in
tt Hie lionchinl tubes atnj wlneU kept me coujthlng
nil ii-im(r. I waat Shorehstn on s rrofeeloiisl
vieit the past OetoWr, when the '-(rood Samnritt a"
csmeslong introducing Allen's Long BalMtninto
New Bt.glsnd. 1 procured n bottle end took It ac
cordinizto direei'.onr, and foen.' immediate r lief. 1
have now tsksii two bottles, which hot. entirely cured
me For the past two yenrs, or during the time ot
mv flfflietion, I wsis in a state of conBlipHrioD, wl n
the Hnl-'tiin he.s almost effectually trgulntrd. Vo
umilv should be without this valtisble n.edieir.e. I
aebyt'ie Wetein papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati (whore the iiieilioirtisrniinuUiciured) f t
introducing it into their p-:( tice, and 1 hove 110 douU
It will ojn bH'o.ne a e!si el remedial arent Tor the
cure of all diseases oft he thrnat.Ilroneliisi tales, and
thelunss. KATH'LHARIlltJ. M. '.. Dentist,
. jidJl. bury, Vt., Nov.-l,loe.
The proprietors ot thi tnlual Je Hatsam tt ke plea
nrein railing to it the attention of all medicine deal
ers, deirinn that they, prne'i'e a supply of it, and
recommend il to their ataieted patrons and friends.
It will "tnnd tlie test lor iii.nta, on has the celebrated
Perry Davia' Pain Killer, "
which has ben'iutmdu4ed to till r' of the Inhah-
ltd world, ana is eyerywnvrwi'p.i-iu'.-M unu wuyn.
liter. Ttie nala,ri ,4 T-' o niws-. ,i ,n nsuiui
Urnii lst, and eun al5J be had from them, ia eni
eua'tlty desired, t y the country dealers. .
J. a. llAUttlsaCy., fcl Proprietors,
i CilK-ioUHtl, i.ibio.
For sale by
0. W. Sisson, Druggist, ilclrthur, (Jhio,
Dr J. A. MonahaD, Drujfglst, llatuden,
R. S. iieoi, Hamden.
PUBJFY YOUR BLOOD
CAN KER SALT KIIEUM
STBtTP. -. -
V- Vwt of '.
Canker, 8alt Rehum, Eiejsipelss, Ecrofu'om
Diseases, Cutaueous, and every kiud ef
disease arising from an impure .
' aisle of Ihe Blood.
The meal sffeclire Blood Turifier of tlit Kiat
leenth Century I ' ' .. . "
BQrThis Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant t cure any bard ease of Old
Sores no matter bow long standing.
loTSo1) by Burials yeoersllY.-tt
For rale by
Q. W, Rission. Druggist, Me Arthur;
Dr. i. A. Monahan, Hauidsn,
,si., Wilsox, Hamdea.
lu Core ,
DAT IS', .PAIS
THrictioni for iti Uie.
TAKES spoonfuls of the Pain Killer ia
about half a pint of hot water, well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack is coming
on, battling freely the chest, back and bow
els, with the medicine at the cam tint.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose doe not slop th chill. Bhonld it
produce vomiting, (and it probably will.) if
the stomach is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Pirsevereace in tbe above
treatment has cured many severs aid obsti
nate cases ef this disease. ' . ' '
P A IN KILLIK Curtt- Sore
Throaf ' ' ' ' r '
A" Favor'ita Medicine with all classes,' ' '
Is Davis1 Paia tlllsr.
IF jau have Painter's Cholicr
the Wa Ittter.' '
NO Msdlein is as popular . :
, . .Aa the fain Ittler.'
Paia ; Killer
F ya bats a, Cough or Cold,
.V'ii;v . , UMthc. rata jsiuer.
OOK and not get caught without kotUu
j sf Pain Killer in the bouse, , , , ; .
everybody bm the Pain , KilUr for
rains and Bruises. v ;
riVERY sailor should carry a hottls f Pa'n
Jj Killer with him. ' ' -
KEUE.VJBEE, the Pain Killer is for both
Intarnai and External.'' '"'
The Pain Killer U sold by alt the Drag-
gist and Dealera in Pi nlly Medioines. .-'
j.n, hahkib s uu., ViBsinnati, uaio,
Agents for the Weiura flutes.
For alti bf - r j v -npf -;
O W. Sisson. Droffirlsli MsArtniir. k
I'rDr,- J',. Monahn. trn g'jrsi, fTkiadipl,
-R, 5. vj(ioxa,.Hiita.wv . , :j'; .
Oct. 21, 1907-3OI