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M'ARTIIUJl, VINTON COUNTY, OHIOt THURSDAY-APRIL 9, 1868.
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J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
April 9, 1888.
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For President Of Tire TTotteo Rtatm,
GEORGE H, PENDLETON,
Subject to the decision of the Democrutlo Na
i tloniU Convention. "
Democratic State Ticket.
For Rocrctury of Htnto,
A Thomas Halliard, of Logan.
For Snpreme Judge, .
"William E. FInck, of Perry.
For Member Board Public Works, .
. Arthur Hughes, of Cuyahoga.
t For School Commissioner,
Samuel J. KirkwrodV of Seneca.
For Clerk of Supreme Court,
John M. WoVb, of MaiionlnK.
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Glorious Dem'ocratio , Victory I
Tlio most cxlraordinai-y triumph
ever won Ly ous pavty in this coun
try, was obtained by the Domoora-
y of Connecticut, on llonday last
English is elected Governor by over
2,000 majority a gain of 1,200 I .
Hon. 11. M. Umukkdomk, member of the
Senate from this District, will accept our
htttltf for numerous Stale documents.
Fiti or six years ago the Radical fanat
ics called it "Disloyaltj" to speak ill of
Old Abe, tin sectional "rail-splitter"
President, the; elected. Now they eall it
' "Disloyal" to speak well ef Andy John
son, the President they also elected. "
Elk Township Election Tho
vloction hold in this township, on
Monday last, passod off very quiet
ly. The" Bondholders' Tickot didn't
" "recbtVo tho Vara support ' it has"ro
teived in other days when insane
and mad Radicalism reigned sn
promo throughout the land. A tor
riblo effort was made by them to
"clean out'' the entire Democratic
ticket; but they made a complete
failure They elected all by major
uies ranging trora 7 to -id, (as we
learn) excopting Treaourer, who
was dofoated by. 4 majority Geo
W. Pcarco proving to the world und
tho "rest of mankind".., that ho is a
success as a candidate for Town
nhip Treasurer.- Jesse Uflom, Dem
ocrat, wa8 defeated for Assessor by
only 7 votos. Between 35 and 50
Democrats were not at the election.
Tho Bondholders' majority is less
it was ono year ago. Bocauso we
aro defeated in Elk .Township, as
. usually aro, wo should not. bo dis-
We are RIGHT defeat or no do-
Wo should now makeprcparations
for tho October and Noyombcr elec
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In Madison township the Mongrel
Bondholding party1 are"1' again tn.
nmpbant; but their majority much
jubs man to was last oprmg. l neir
majorities range from 6 to 13, ex
cept Assessor Morris Albaagh,
lAsmoceat, being electod.
Our friend G.'A." Criag gives us
the tollowing result of tho election
held in Clinton Township, on Mon
day lastthe . whole v Democratic
ticket boing eloctod:
!"'.. . rausTMi:'';
Oeorgs Craig , ', '.,
J. M. Thomai
J. H. Leach 1
T. M.Bay ' ' V
Stephen Balls . ,'.. ;: .v
Solomon Land v ;
Wm. Osier .4 J ,-
J. A- Monahon , .
J. T. Wortman
i. A. Higglnl ' ' , v . j
John Salts 1 ;
All tho Supervisors' 'elected are
Domocrats, except two. . .
The City election, in Cincinnati
has resulted, it is supposed, in over
thorwing Radicalisma gain for
tho Democracy of dver 4,100.
Ir any person wants perfect Band
Baw, Juit go to Gill k Eiobmond's, where
tbs cheapest can be had. A Jl gresabsok
will get t good ont. - '' -
"Let the Heathen Rage."
Tim Democrats In the Leg
islature liave greviously offen
ded the Ohio State Jourul,
and it cries out: . "Tho past
week has been a vork of tri
umph for tho. white-skinned
aristocracy." This fuss ' is
mado because the Ohio Sen
ate has passed a bill restrict
ing the privilege of voting
exclusively to white meu t oi
the requisite age, . and be
cause tho House has passed a
bill to prevent tho mixing up
of White and Colored chili
dren in the same schools. Af-
;tci' "scolding through, over
half a column,the Journal lifts
its finger, and warns "the
Caucasian aristocracy .that it
isjust possible that they may
carry their persecutions of an
unfortunate race a little too
far, and that a reaction in fa
vor of the unjustly oppressed
may sweep the oppressors Ibr
ever from power.
The voters of Ohio passed
on this matter at the election
last fall, and after a very
thorough discussion' of the
whole question, the proposi
tion to strike out of the SI ale
Constitution the word AVliic
fell short of adoption fioim -thin.ar.
over fifty thousand
votes. What is the signifi
cance of that vote? Is it
that colored men shall,- not
withstanding, bo allowed to
vote, and colored children' to
be mixed up indiscriminately
wun vy nue cnuui-cn m . tlic
same schools t Under the
circumstances, "tho white-
skinned aristocracy" can af-
iord to "let the heathen rage."
Impeachment in a Nutshell.
peoplo, and revoro tho oath taken
How is it? President Johnson is
on trial. He took aa oath to sup
fori the Constitution. He thouirht
e had observod his oath. Ho said
what 1 thought, and for thepe throe
'crinu s ho is to no made a felon.
Concressmen and Senators took
tho oi th to support tho Constitution.
Thoy thought they had observed
mo atn. ihey said what they
thought, and with theso three
crimes resting unon their souls.
they arraign Andrew Johnson, and
go free themselves. Is that right?
Li it juatico? ...
In this land a man has the riirht
He has the ri;rht to sav what he
Ho is pledged before his Maker to
mind his oath.
But Binfjhnm's eleventh count
friak03.it a.crimo to think.
Butler's tenth count makes it a
Ci imo to speak. .
Alio other counts makes it amino
to bo true to God.
This is tho whole impeachment in
a nutshell, and there is not a man
under tho canopy of Heaven who.
W h on h e conies to sift all those charcrs
against tho President, and allow
reason to havo herswav. but will
acquit A ndrow Johnson of all crimes
wherewith he stands charrod.
A raoFEssOR SavS ho never knew
of a black h aviner delirium tromnm
Tho Radicals havo given them deli
rium iromens. ana it Is ki nc them
jusi. as iass. w ,., i, ,. ,
The party that hasbcon unfaithful
to tho country now seeks to retain
power by hand-cuflintr tho President.
and, padlocking tho tongue of his
Thb bondholders of tho rnnntrv
have a groat interest at stake in the
success of tho Radical party. While
wiuir principal can only do saved
oy nnanaoning that interest.
Ir is said Mrs. Sonator Snrnmie
has turnod acainst Grant. Her
husband s associate is tho General.
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ana mo iaci aroused her susnm nna
wi wo uuumcoB mi- viuoi iungisuaie
Prentice says all the nation wants
is ono fair lick at Conirrcss. Strike
Out the I, and say one fair kick. '
Sats Stevens to Bingham, '-John
son must dio." Savs B inch am to
Stevens, "Or elseyou, Butlar, and I."
Thk Radical is a hard rmrtv. ' It
has buckod and cairirod its militarv
uanuiuuto, ana an no aare tlo is
neigh, r. -r.-. v
A DtTMMT' tmVUl is POod In its
place,- but s dummy for President
snonia nave no place in tiro hearts
of the people.- ... -,.-... r . . . ; ,
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Wht aro certain Radicals dron.
pingChasoandgolng Grant? They
think that tho black vomit will hurt
more than the "Blues." -
"Wnt are those Radicals who r!.
flounce MoColloch'e financial policy
like the persecutors of tho early
Christians? Thoy have to faitU lq
conversion, . .. j-. - ,; .... . ',; !
! Reduce thk Taxes. What tho
pcoplo aro determined to have is
reduction of taxes to a point which
will yield revenno enough to pay
tho interest on tho national debt.
and au economical general govern
ment. With the war ended three
years, tho cost of it is as sevorelv
tclt as when it was at its height, if
inuoeu, us evns aro not more griev
ous. Uigh taxes mako up a cood
proportion of tho large prices paid
for every commodity, and the sooner
they aro reduced to the moat eco
noruical ..standard consistent with
the national integrity to its credit
ors, the better. . Capital is timid
and tho demand for labor is on the
decline. Tho waiting laborer must
bo fe'J, and fasting will in thiscoun
try surely breed tho dbcontcnt no
ticod among the laborers in other
lands, where tread is' Brai-co and
work is not to he had. Tho speed
test way to put the labor of the
country in motion is to red are the
taxes which now cnpplo capital and
keep it out of long engagement.
Tho sooner Congress takes the finan
cial policy in hand tho better.
WhUetide (111.) Argus,
! Blasphemy. Many of tho politi
cal preachers throughout tho coun
try, and a few of the religious pa
pers, aro recommending to their
hearers and readers that they oc
cupy themselves with unceasing
prayers to .God, not that the .Senate
may have wisdom to trivo tho nreai-
Uont an impartial and fair trial, but
that lie limy Le impeached at all
Is it not tho Light of wickedness
for. those creatures, who profew to
preach the gospel of peace and good
Will, thus to thrust upon tljo Al
mighty their suggestions in relation
to -this mattor? Good men, who
reverence sucred things, all so believe
We m e as far from real ponco to
y ns wo woro when the wrtr was
closed. Indeed, the fl-olim? that now
prevails between tho two soetions is
loss peaceful, more bitter, and more
hostile, than it was when -Lee snr
rendored to Grant. Tho people feel
this to bo a fact, and thoy deplore
it as calculated to plunge tho coun
try deeper and deeper into trouble
and conlasion. Wo aro not coming
out of the war with either credit to
ourselves or profit to the country,
We are simply prolonging its enini
tios and widening tho breach which
tho c-CHsation of armed strifo ought
The remedy for oppressive taxa
tion is to greatly reduco tho stand
ing army and navy abolish tlm
Freedmau's Bureau-let the South
ern negroes earn their own living,
instead of subsisting at tho nation's
expense tho payment of the five
twenty bonds ia greenbacks, thns
saving to tho pcoplo nn immense
nmount of interest which , we are
aow paying them in gold all of
...v.. iiiiwj iiiiuvuriuuHu mo peo
ple discharge at least ono-half the
army of office holders, who arc fat
tening upon tho public treasury,
and introduco tho most rigid econo
my into all tho departments of the
fr.... i . i r ''
rauicais navo made more
history sinco they have had charge
oi uio government that any other
party sinco tho old Revolutionarv
chaps who kicked up a row about a
tea tax. Thoy have had a civil war,
a martyr, puea up tho biggest Na
tional debt ever hoard of and now
thoy are prcparod to wind tip with
iiiipciicnmoni anu revolution. They
are a lively party now, say what
you will, and as long as the people
will stand tho expense, they will
givo thcm'plenty of excitement for
! The rights of 'throo'.' hundred
thouaaud boys in blue are postponed
indefinitely, in order that a Radical
Congress may 'take' care of the rights
ot one man .od ctauton. . ,
Oi.n Ben Wade insists that it is
not him but the state oi Ohio, sit
ting as a juror on impeachment. If
tho juror should get tho cholic,
would the State have tho cholic also.
ATTRACTIVE l-Tho cntorpri
!ing firm of Dan. Will & Bros., arb
determined to be in advance of the
first to accommodato their- tumor
ous customerous with the freshest,
the most attractive and tho most
yariegatod assortment of "Goods tho
market affords. They now have
the groatest and most beautiful lot
ivor brought ' this' countythe
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shelves all boing full again.' Now,
we can assure our readers that this
Is the only place where the most
elegant goods caa. be golight for the
least money.' Go and soe the very
fatoat atyios of . Drees and othor
attractive Goodsf ' .' V.i
[For the Democratic Enquirer.
Liberty not License.
yet upon pages
lore has been found the reoorj of a single
nation that did sul poscss wiiVio itsolf
paragon of perfection In the pinds of its
people before whose shrine tbry knelt in
most submissive adoration. To say that
weasapcopie worship no political Idol,
would be to ascribe to us a posiiiuo to
which in many pnints although not In
the one lo which I allitdo we would be
justly entitled ; but in this point we can
hold ourselves as no exception' to the un
wavering fiat tLat has gone . forth ages
0, although our Idol II not one '
"of pagod swny- t
Dot that we possess one or even more
as t'uly established as the laws" of gravi
tation, or the fixed rules of nathem'jAM
and that the abune of UjesvU i. i-'lj
tend toward anarchy is ai pi'aluly W be
seen, as that on overweening lust of Em
pire caused the downfall Macedon, ;aud
made a vaeancy'ln the words' ann< lo
be filled by the luminous Gibbon. 'I
In bowing to this shrine which In our
country is liberty. 'Tatriots have toiled,
and in their oouutrys euse bled nobly."
This liberty is defined by the narrow
minded as a license t) i as you please.
and Ihey basing their every action tjpon
this idea, make themselves an objsoti of
pity to Ihejwise, of scoru and contempt to
i lie mediocre and of intense hatred toithe-
wisacro, who may happen to be their anti
pole in political belief. ,
But the wise man snysjiberly la s
license for a man to do as he pleases when
man is perfect, and not when he is ss te
know Mm imperfect, eratic, human, taklijg
ihis for granted (and of it there can 6e
no question,) aud it may be plainly seen
mat those given lo the belief first sboje
mentioned tread upon an unsafe and thotuy
Were these differences of opinion apd
lifferenees of actions based thereon, can-
fuel lo tlio cii'cuuscribed limits. of politilsi
then the use of this Idol eouM not pcsiljy
prove its abuse, and gentlemen would not
be required (o examine each last issue W
his paper to know of his present social
standing. ... ,. ,. . . )
But that such is necessary may he
shown by th quarter column in last week's
ZuleskI Echo, commending upon the char
acter and social standing of certain gen
tlemen in McArthtir, who are so uofortn
uate as to yet live single. '
Newspaper correspondents should know
(and most do) the difference between a
use aud an abuse of the liberty of the
press, and tLat character is sacred, and
that that of anotl.tv nay nit uetd un
restrainedly even though if be, as in thi"
osso, te noise about the author's own pe
culiar qualifications. '. ";
Two wrongs will never make a right;
neither will the publishing a young man
iuuuucu io db iasi oe juetined in a
gentleman fcy'Lis making himself known
19 "Uay and rather verdant," much leu
ihnn Ihis will itnoeount forwho ''changes''
by heralding another as "rather ugly'
had lie above allnded article been original
in the brain of its author aud not as it is
an apish travesty of another it might be
received with some repeo.t if not upon its
prnoiple, upon its novelty In journalism
and orininally in ooncept.oc; but: it is
neither original in conception,' nor a nnv
ilty in" Journalism, neither. does, it slrjw
forth a splendid diction, but ia simply a
repetition of JIT. Y. Mcrcuryi'm , served
up to us through the oolumns of the Echo.
But we write to exoure and not accuse.
The gentleman if ,"ykitv loena.". This we
would have known Without information, as
in the entire nrtiolo we ooiild plainly see
the "VerdaAoy" of lifes" springtime, this
will make his first flights into the region
of journalism (where augels dare not
tread), entirely pnrJoBable. Tooth may
not be a crime but we would advise the
gentleman when ho lerenfter enters the
'lists",' to enter , cautiously, and not with
Fuch a sinister purpose as that which gave
ris:l, the quarter celuann. mentioned.
in bidding you, my dear "ltemiier," a
kind farewell, we Would only say we are
well tieriimintcd with Jon, mentally and
physically We know your regre'.s and
your detires, aud we know that a mind
springing such sentiments, as does yours
can never bo 001 flued lo the limits of your
own elate "or neighborhood we bid you
fear not." The frowns ef Dame Fortune
will never fall upon the highly gifted, but
her ctoloest blessings will rest upon them
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PostPcMD. 0ing to an acoident hap
pening to the Rivalla Bros., of Dodge &
BarUne's Great World Varieties, the Com
jfcny will not exhibit In AIcArthnr until
Thursday, April, 16th, and depart on the
following day. They wlllethibit at Ham
den,' .Friday, 'April 17,. at Wilkesville
Saturday, April 18, at Porter; Monday,
April 20, at Conterville, Tuesday, .April
21, at Portland, Wednesday, April 22, and
at Jackion,1 Thursday, April 23,
i Tni following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining tn the Poet Office, in
MoArlhur. on the 1st of April, 1868 : ' C
V. Ansel, D.Bryant, Catharine Bell, M. H.
Rntoher, Kelson Clark, James Davis,
Isaac' FnnV, J, Hadley, Uaiy Hill,
Joseph Eerr, M. Shannan. ' i ' ,
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Tin' attention of tee reader Is dirioted
to the advertisement of 8. 0 Sn ift, Chilll
cqthe, Qiiio, who has jusi returned from
(he Eastern market with the greatest and
most complete, variety of gooods In hit
line of trade ever broneht to I Vat nitv.
The merchants 'of Vinton can p'urohaac
goodi 'cheaper of Mr. Swift than oan be
pnrehased at any pause fa . CjncinnaU.''
Woodm .Ware of every desorintion'at
Gill Richmond's. Why, Just go and see
their1, Coffee" Miili,' the nioeat aver sold to
living ttortal,-only $1,28. Now Ihni's
Ill '.'JO.itl ..' . ..Jt!3 Tit i .H f.l
Ir you are indebted to 8trong'S Drug
Store, call and settle forthwith.
Psicr bath her victories no less re
newned than those of war," and first
among then must be named the triumphs
of modern discovery In removing the ills
that ' flesh is heir to," aud especially
those by whioh the delicate membranes
and tissues of the scalp and hair are af
flicted. Barrett's Vegetable Hair .Re.
storative" is the great antidote lo w'gs,
baldness and grey hair; contains ro
mineral or deleterious quantities, and is
universally admitted to be the finest aui
Too t hot Bums. Every pain,
whether of the Lungs. Cheat or Kidneys,
can be removed by the use of White Pine
Compound. Sold by all Druggists.
Go to J. A. Felton's for th bjst Family
Flour, manufactured at the water mills.
Cure or Neuralgia. Ladies will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is the only
sure cure for Neuralia, and Nerve Ache.
For sale at Sisson's Drug Store.
Foe Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
A (urraioK quality of Cutlery of ivery
deseription oan be had at Strong & Gibbons
for less monoy than at any other plaoe,
or by "any other man."
For Pure Drngi and Medioines,
Tai thcapesl and the Hoes, Bakes Shovel!
can be found at Strong & Gibbons,
For Ayer's Medicines, call at Sisson's
Riao Tins. Coalar's Celebrated Buck
thorn Salve, for cuts, burns, bruises,
wounds, boils, rinr-worm, chained hand.
itch, and almost everything; else, only 26
cents a box; the Universal Corn Solvent,
for Corns, &c, (sure cure,) only 'J5 cents
a box; the Celeibrated Bishop Pills-
universal dinner pill for headache, cos
tiveness, chills, fevers, &c, only 25 cents
a box ; the Pectoral Cough Remedy, for
coughs, colds, hoarseness, sore 'throat,
broncial aifections, &c, on'y 25 cents a
box; and the preparation of Bitter Sweet
and Orange Blossoms, for beautifying the
ooi.iplexion, to soften and beautfy the
skin, remove freckles, pimples, eruptions,
&c, ouly SI a bottle : all the best reme
dies yet introduced, and for sale at Sis
sou's Drug Store. Go and get some now.
Sohool Books for sale at Sisson's at
TEE PANIC It is hardly nec
essary for us to again refer to the
hew, choice, v and elegant Btock of
Goods now arriving at tho popular
House of J. K.Will, whore the most
beautiful and complete assortment
for the Spring trade at tho VEEY
LOWEST PRICES can be had.-
Suffico it to say thhi tho goods wore
selected by the oldest and most expe
rionced merchant in Southern Ohio
Joseph K. Will and of course
he knows just what every man, wo
man and child in McArthur and
surrounding country want. Tho
goods aro of the very latest import
ations, embracing everything that
may be wanting, at prices lower
than before tho war. Muslins of the
most perfect quality, fresh from the
Eastern manufacturers, sold as low
as before the war. Go there for
anything you want for the least
Blanks. We have just printed a lot
of Blanks for Justices of the Peace Sum
mouses, Subpoenas, Executions, &o. ; and,
also, all kinds of Blank Deeds. All for
salo at the lowest rates.
Puifos roa Sal. Any person wishing
to purchase a spleudid Piano, will save
from one hundred to one hundred and
fifty dollars by calling at this office. We
can furnish them at greatly reduced rates.
ho i E SALE
whoLesalk dkaleu iu
n o t i o ir s i
. . ( At Popular Prices v
CUlUlcothe, Ohio, April , Jgt.
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Offer to '
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Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Flowers,
All Seic Shapes Bonnets & Hats,
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Infants' , Straw doods" '
i '. ' . in, Great Yoriety.
Orders will have prompt attention and at
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Light! Simplel Oheapl Dctaolel Caefull
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1 ANY CHliD CAxV WORK IT;
and it cannot get out of order.
Counts the Grains Itself,
And drops tucm exactly whore they are want
ed, In plain night,
SAXES ONE-HALF '
the labor In pltintlnff, ond w will pay for Itaelf
iu ami a uiiy.
THY IT! TRY ITl TRY IT!
FOB BALE BY
TIARPER k PARTRIDGE,
. 304 Pearl street, 1 ew York. .
T-fltatc, county und town righto for sals,
April 2, im.
HHIGIN AND HISTORY i
- ' OT THB : '
gBOOKS. OF THE BIBLES
by rnor. calvis b. sroTrx, jx .
CJ Bhowlnft what the Bible Is not; what It f
L-i6j mid how to use It; tiacInK the liltory f
ofettcli book ub it orgln with lt iualpld
e-mitliorfi, and completely nnnwi-rlng all
turee. It In an ordinary library of Hilil.
.cnl hlsU.rj' In alii(Ie volnme; hrlnf, clear, '
O wtliiK uigniy inter- k
iii ivsuit of a Ilf of study and patlont y
rewafoh. Contallwjrtft what every HI-5
qble rouoVrwH!itto know. BccommeiHi. .
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Noi-ntiiiwit!fln r.,v H..M
Obtipk on the aaiiie nbJoct pnblilied orf
"" ry. . inr circulars, r
U2 Address ZKrOLKU, McUKDY 4 ).. S
U7 ronrtb t., Clncinnatl.O.
the State of Ohio, Vinton County, ss. 1
Before Samuel C. Case, Commissioner of In.
Notice bi hereby given thnt Gennre Hfipcn.
cnr.olTOirl Vinton county has applied tonic,
Samuel f!. ras.., Commbwloner ohnBolvenra
for wild V Jntun county, under Section 7, of the
Inwilwnt Act, for the IwiielU of the Instjlvcnt
laws, and that ho lias compiled with the to
quirenicnbtoftlieHtntutmi In .i,k
and provide.1; that I will Ulc n, the Court of
;C bV , riu county, on or Iwfore
tnenrHt davof the nnxt. Torm f r,...-
the schcdiUca, Inventory, oath and other ueoi
vnaaij LU H.1U .,11)11 JIT10H.
- SAMUEL C. CASE,
' ,r . iCommlsi6uor Jtasolveiiti V. C., O.
March 2U, looiMt
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
The nndcnlenrd, desiring to retire from the
morn ni'tiva i hitlu, nrnr.
Miluahle liirm, aituatc two miles north oirtlin
Township Vinton comity, Ohio, on ttn-Htate
aDoutil miles east from Clillllcothc, 5 7rom
Lridon.l.-ry Hrutlon nnd 4 fmm RaysvU'e
wiiunuui. j.R.niTn.-R.K)ui mo acres
w-rcs pf bottom land; two comfortable dwc'J.
? v,-'l,w,l,, ."-M.iiinii; good t--mi
and stubl.-s; two nice on-lianla; Uie bV.st -,f ,im
fown property, can bo'taken "1 w
for particulars. Kill on or nd Irwii g
111 Or AJbVVilK.r' ""Arthur, O.,
llj Or A. O. LLLXQrr. on the nrniiJ.
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
. BDTTFIt, CHEESE, EQG3,
FLOUR AND MEAL,
FPRS i.SDSKIN3, .
DRIED ANQ GREEN FRUITS,
GRAU-T, WOOL, GAME,
POULTRT, NAVAL STORES,
HOPS, GINSENG, FEATH
ERS, HEMP, PROVISIONS,
oils, lard, Tallow,
BORQHUM, MOLASSES, Ac, to. ' '
TO ' .
General Commission merchant,
442, Hi & 448 WtthingUm Stmt,
NEW YORK CITY.
Anil MAaUm Itla. tl WX.l M A m
" iu ma wrrrki v niffl VlinTni O!
Frodure and Grooerten the nirwt eoniih-t
Pfilrf fllVrUtir tS,LIUl...,l ( IL.T!..!....!.,.'
SEND FOE A PRICE CUREENT.
1 - . t
Marking Plates and Cards, : t
-. Furnished frco. '
Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
' Sitalluhei, Mq 1st 18G0'.' '
. ' ...... ...
FjrstClass Reference given When Bfrmlred.
Wm.g!Te yon ohonoe to obtain a fortune
of 150,000 in France, Smith A Co's Kis
TTfcrr Lottery, drawing tbetalddlo and last
of each month during the year I80S. "
Bend your address for a circular. Addresi
V-X "-. FRA.VCE, 8.M1TII CCK..V. -March
U,lS-9 1 " Covington, Ky.,
. Pflfld tfofflilhc, Vborl?s tn thefitsfeof
ininuiMl.tirgn HottlilUi'S, lenry lJofllilnca,
NloiilIonhliHfct.lvy lllxon, Iiii. iniar-ri.-d
with IImiih.iiI Hlxon, of il.e county (
Vtnton.ond State of Ohio, I! 1 tali i notice that
Vosn Hoffhlnin, Kxwiitoi-WtlicliiAt IU end
twUmentof WlUiwrn Hollhiu-,it'tl, on the
14iu dav of Jlarch,, A, D. 1m, U. d hi petition
In the Proline ct.urt, w ithin ami for IL.fr hn
ty of Vinrnri.iinrt Htam of Ohio, hILmIuIhi tlHit
tho said William HoiMilni.ll.Kl tt4 in
KliKplu of (he following .1. wt1-i n-.d rf laic,
situate In wild couuty of VlutuU. aud Slate of
Ohio, to-wlt: ' ' : ' .
Bclim that part lying west nlthcnnU Hoed
Of the Eat half of th Korth-ejwt jurt.Tf
SjuUim Numlr Four (4j Towniihifi NuniU-r
Ton 110,) Range Number fcevi-iiticU 1T,J coit
tninliiK Forty acre more or . . '
That It is necmMiry toatilltutid rocilcelatc IH
order to carry out the provisions e nd intent of
the Will oftlic said William Hoflliinee; mid
that Mary lIoB hinen, a widow of .M inrom
ed, lutadcolinod to Q.ke under wild W 111, apd
cloci.-il to take under lliv.law, aud 1 tutl'.led
to dower In said pr.-nilK.
11i prayer of said pe tition U fbrnnlgmimnt
of dower to imld Alary Hotrhlius ant fjra
SftJ.eofai.1 prenilh.., subject to said dow.:r i
t.itc, to carry out the provisions and Intent uf
Mint j4ioo .! i-1.1 icirlBg an Ui-jtl
dni' of April, A. V. I- '
.. .ifsrorFr-s", - .
ExeCTitorofFMntCWJUIiim Koiltiliin. dee'd.
lMtcd thi -Mh day of March, A. I. ibd. .
0. W. TJI.T.OH. ' i.Vf.ttlOX,
Bring on your
' EGGS, ' : . ' !
' CHICKENS, "
' DRIED PEACnfiS, t
1 DRIED AFTLES,
,' ; . BEAN'S, "
: ;( ' BEESWAX, '
1 " '.'' FLAXSEED,
' ' OM0N3, : ' ';
RAGS, ' ; V ;.
Or any otliorarticle you may have to dlsposo or
Ve also ha'fee.frofih and com pie stock of
OIVi. ns n Mil nnJ mm rA . . w. i...
Room formerly occupied by Rlcluuah a a
JlJ'ABTHUB MARBLt frOBIS.
.rHmn'nnn1.'; th8 eiti"n f Vinton snd
adjoinmgconntles U-at he prepared to twni.h
" TABLE MI'S, 4c.
' Tie Latest nsdiilost Appfoved Styles, " .
All Work neatly and promptly exocuted.
other shop,.. Persons Bhoiitpurchsslng , i.
prices '"wpeelion of my stock ai.d
Bhop-'Ia Malone's Building, on Main 9trfll,
Feb. 37,1868 tf
NOTICE TO LABORERS.
TToMfwi-. .,... ....... . .
m,.tv, ""-.i-" Kivi uuiBiincvommission.
vfi '"'on wmnty, Ohio, m ,nwt at
LTec,c,inVintouTownhlp,ou .. ... t
pTida&thelOth. day cf April, A D,
IOCS, . . '.,..,:: ,
yt W o'clock A. M. Of mid day, ahd offer to let
to the lowest responsible bidder tho
FILLIXG AXD G RADIX G
at the ends of snld Bride. .' .
uy order of the Commissioners: ' "i
, . - . W. K. FKT.TOS,
March 12, 1808-td AuUltur VlulouCc,
"y A 5 1 ED
.1 Ann xr- W ' :. ' .
Possessinr good character andeiK'frv, prs.
mMW mWlignetr vmnrmtt tvt
a iern-s of
NEW ENGRAVING S.t
J't't Beautiful Ideal American
;'.';'V" Faccs " "'
Engraved o stoxi in Paris by the most eminent
Lithographers in the world, These fiicos, which,
are most heantinil and poetia concepnons, ro
designed to typify the but Ideal types of Ameri
can Womanhood, representing their eharities.
devotion. sympthiea, attsuhments and heroism.
Thelilhogrsnhyismths highest slvle of tlm
art, and Is suc h as has rarely been equaled, and
cannot be excelled. . "
These portrait have received unqualified praise
rom the most eminent critio and porminent
nswspnper of the countrr. snd thnv hnni.i .a
ewery honehol.l in the fetid, ...
For particulars and descriptive eiretilsr. ad
dress ... . L. I). ROBINSON.
- u . ...B.Maia Slreet 8pri"attold, Mass;
march s,1flsew . .
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
'ey wiuow, ,onn Ackley, Israel
Ackl. y,Juc,,b Ackley.AaeauiSukor.aiid M.r
tin Baker, hor husband, of tlo Htnte or .Uls-
tt.u a -wi . "
3 Im Smith, her husband, Julia Acklev, of
Vinton county, Ohio, and Fanny Rnutllwood.
???i?w rm?e that,", T
7th Iny of March, A. D. lHtig, a rH'tftlou wan
filed ajmlna. then. In tl,A i-.....,... . , .. .
Court of Conunon Pleus, of Vijilon oounlv,
Ohio, proying for the partition nurl iwdch'
nientofdowwtothewlilowof tho followliiit
described real estate;, sitimto In (lie Cvunty e.f
Vinton, and State of Ohio, to-wlu
Martw of Swtlon Thirty 1,1 Townshlu Ten
livr inngeinr.teenJ10, of lon.U sirl.j.vt to
entry at .the Land OlrW. al Chlllleothc, Ohio,
and containing Forty-nine rurrcs and any one.
hundredths ofan acre i) .VMtioo ncn-..!
r..wTT,.K,, "T "ng niH
l.LlL'J.11-..""' O'J'o.. uet tullowlui
r " ul llfl 'fin.
3 xr vrfc '' nr.sjAMiN H.VI5lw
March 12, ltt.nw - .