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..M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, APRIL 1G, 1868.
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J. w EOVCTS, Editor,
April 16, 1868.
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, jlaln. Street.
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FOR PHESfDENT 0 THB UNITED STATES,
- GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
Cnbject to the docMon of the Democratic Na
... tlonul Convention.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Becretory of State, ,
Thotna Hubbard, of Logan. .
i . For Supreme Judge,- ' j
. William E, Fiaok, of Pony,
, For Member Board Puhllo Works, .
. Arthur Hughe, of Cuyahoga.
For School Commissioner,
Samuel J. Kirk wood, of Soheca.
For Clerk of Supreme Court,
' John M "Woods Of Mahoning. '
TiJs Demooratto Slate Central Committee
ill meet at CoUimlus, on Wednesday, the
XXI lojt, X full attendance is requested
Tnt gtaeubaek lnue was not diacasytd
in . Kew lump-hire. HaJ It leen, the
Democrats Vould hare carried the State,
errn orer the enormoug frauds percelrat
d lj Uit iladicU. ;
Ir the national debt was not a yillnin
us scheme to rob the poor men of the
: tountry, bow does It oome that Jay Cooke
' " ho merely negotiated the bonds put one
bundred and twenty millions of them into
1 Is own pockets 7 Jay Cooke was a pen
i m.ess speculator, poor and not Ter
" fccnen', bffore he got his hands into the
r treasury, bat now his ia a big dog in the
Radical kesjnat. t
Tree Cheers for Wilksville!
iikesville Township . covered
;. iicraolf ,all over with glory on Mon
;, tlay, ' the 6tfi inst. . Fvom. a letter
- from ocr fmNl, II. E. Soulo, dated
Wilkosvillo, April 9, q copy the
,;xhe entire Democratic tickc in
'. . elected by, an average majority of
;;' 40 a ffnin of 15 on' the voto of Inst
r.t!l.; Have the Democrats in tiny
vownsnip in iuo county clone better?
The gallant -Democracy of that
township pre thoroughly organised
-' Every voter in the Democratic raqks
- in always nt his post, fully prepared
to charge on the Mongrel, Bond
holding, Unerjnal Taxatioa ' party
Tb only party (bat aiands equarely
' Upon the fretnlAok issue, is the Demo
oralie party, . It Is true that tbtt Radionl
jparty niakes a flimsy dodge to imitate it,
.bnt read its platform In Ohio and you will
. immediately be eonvinoed that it is fustian
and hypoisy; Anyhow, it don't ltiok
-' ery well ia theni indorsing -measure
now, that they took so nuoh paios to damn
, ' Wt ure nndor obligations' to G,
W. Shockcy, Clerk of ElltMown--ehip,
for tho official vote of the
lownsbipa.! follows 1,
v S. B. TJllom '- ; :;'' 217
' " JjOvI ttyman . 221
. 11. Tripp . 217
Joseph Bobo . ' ' " 174
John Hnhn ; ' ',' ,177
-' r XV.-J.BariTjolla : , 222
. ,v'J. M. ilcGillivray, -, 1 l'4
,-" TBIA80BKB. : j
. Parker Rankin - 'f'" IPS
G. W. Pearco - - ' 197
E, A.; Hulbort , ;.' ;:fr , ' . 200
",' .' Jeesa. tJUom 193
' Ccsstab'le9. -
:;s'Hbtl. Sage ; : -V : . 2ii
John Wykoff :. 218
' Horace Redd 174
A..O.Dowd, . ,V;..r 'ruy. 175
AU the names in the abov which
ere first for each : pfficej are Eepub-
1 The following; named persons aro
weciou pupervwors : iienry lior
v J-old, Daniel Cram, David Andrews,
laaison i;cnnison,. David . Hawk
J. II. Miller, 8.. B. Ullom, Goo. Cal
tin, Gec Crow, Henry Eeynolds,
Di A. 'Perkins, John- Gold John
Dowd, George Fry, Jr., -v.-. Z ,
' 1 I Ill 'Hi
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'In publishing last week thi Msull
the leotiwa. held. iniCJiatoti towaship, on
last Monday, yeekjL made , some very
nnoylng mistakes. Fo ' Treasurer, the
type read George tioh' instead o( George
traig. For Constable, George A. eath
received 124 votes, instead of 1 84 A
Badical pipers ofUn .moke mistake in
publishing- lcti)n -roturns,' we. bopV oar
leaders will excuse tbe annoying mistake'
bovW mentioned. ! Tm-'.'S.' '' .. 1
Michioan Election In Itichf-
gan the people voted on 'the adoption
or. rejection of a new State1 Consti
tution, which "contained a .Ifegro
Suffrage s clauao. '. Negro , SufTrage
was defeatod by ovor 20,000 majori
ty. i'We are ploased to, annoance
that the i'Woolvorlnes'; think tbenV
. lelvegj a little better .than negroes,
Tree Cheers for Wilksville! The Enormous Weight of Taxation.
' A sensible country correspondent
of the Chicago Times thus alludes
to tho enormous taxation which is
now weighing down the people to
tho earth. Ho says:. , '
1 "The tax gatherers aro now pass
ing around, astonishing the people
with tho enormous amounts ; they
are demanded to pay. , It is not un
common for ordinary farmers in
Illinois to have to pay from f 100 to
duu aoimrs tax. isow, u financial
affairs should produce such a change
as to bring produce down to old
prices, say corn to 10c. per bushel,
wheat 4( 0. and pork $1,50 per hun
dred, our farmers could not possibly
pay their taxes, and have asutmort
left for their families, especially at
tne present high prices they hnve
to pay for clothing and every thing
mey nave 10 nuy. in tnat event.
our people would be driven into
bankruptcy and ruin. A tailure in
crops in the West for one year, as
matters now Btand would produce
the same effect; and in either event,
luuvitiiutu ruin must 00 iuo result.
llie . only chance for security
against sucn dangers exist nrst, in
retrenehmentof public expenditures:
and secondly, in establishinga sound
financial- policy, that will etjuaiizo
the amount of curroncy in tho coun
try with tho amount of business nec
essary to bo carried on. 1
Shame on the Hypocrites!
Republican State Convention
which mot in Columbus on Wednes
day, March 4th 1SC8, passod the
following resolution : '
, "Eesolved, That tho chief ob
struction to the pacification of the
country has been tho persistent op
position of Andrew Johnson to the
reconstruction of civil government
in tho rebellious .Slates, under the
authority of national legislation, by
keeping alive tho spiritof rebellion,
and reviving the hopes of a restora
tion to political power of its great
ally, tho Democratic party."
On. the 21st , of Jnno, 1865, this
same Ecpublican party of Ohio ad
opted tho following-
"Resolved,. That Tresidont An
drew Johnson, by his unwavering
devotion to the Union through years
of severest" trial has' won our highost
confidence ; that wo cheerfully en
dorse the policy of his administra
tion, looking to the ' restoration of
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juhcu iinu civu orucr 111 uieso-ca cd
seceded Slates; and that, as' Union
men ot Ohio: wo will give him our
hearty and undivided support." i '.
Its Taxes that have done the
eaw n Republican yestordnv.
and ho-looked and seemed to feel
that ho had lost about nil his friends.
We inquirod the cause of liis trouhlo.
and ho replied. "Oh. these elections,
tlioae elections.;' He -.would not
agree with us that Impeachment or
tne iniornalism ol the Radicals in
Congress had nnythiner to do with
thoir result. ; "It is these outrageous
taxes that's . doing tho business for
us.' Our principles are right; ba
wnen you take trom the people
uoarly everything they, earn, to
maintain these principles, the party
hiu inevuauiy 00 aiminisnocl
ntimbers.'V ' -. .
That was a now -way of nuttinir
ine question, ana wo did not feel
like aggravating his dpondency
by suggesting . that tho, rrincioles
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wnicii iook irom tne people nearly
all they . earned wore either wronir
l ; .1. . . 1 -o '. .
or most inconceivably corrupt mon
The Election Ohio in 1868.
luck fur the Ohio- Democraoy
in those years which have the figure eight
a them. The Dmtioracy carried Ohio for
President Jackson Jn 1828. They eleoted
Wilson Shannon Governor, with a Demo
cratic Leglilatdre, in 1836. They earried
the State ' for General, Lewis -Caes, for
President, ia 1813. They had a -Demo
cratic legislature in session at Columbus
a 1854 the first time in several years
1868. they bad another Democratic
Legislature there, and in 1868, they will
cast the eleotoral vote for Geaa II
Pendleton for President. Cincinnati n-
jwrer. ' ' -
Will Impeachment Reduce the Taxes?
" "lhis quostion is asked seriously,
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anu it ougnt 10 oe asKea sonousiy
in these days of high taxation, with
the! Publio Debt bein? .increased
monthly: ; -Should.! Impeachment
succeed, the taxes will be increased
instead of decreased. They will be
increased in this way; ' The Radicals
will establish Negro Government in
the. South will mako tho Nogrqes
the ruling power hero. ,. Such rule
can only be enforced by the Btronff
arm, oi the militai'V. The cost of
umuimiuiiijr lne military pHlftDlien.
ment ' is excessive even now. but it
will be far greater with' a Radical in
the Presidential, chair, striving to
put the. Whites of ten States under
the heel of the JTecroos. This ia a
fact that don't need any mathemati
cal demonstration. ' It is ; self evi
dent.! If, therefore. "you"want tho
taxes increased vote the Endicnl
Ticket. OA10 Statesman,
"A jollt greenbacker proposes to
issuo two thousand five hundred
millions dollars, and distribute it
by giving to each man, woman, and
four bundred dollars, as com.
pensatlon for losses sustainod from
trusting icaaicals with the political
power of ,lha .Government tho last
years, 1 -v-x ;;v'. - J
A Fact to Remember.
, Wben ' the Tenuro-of-Offico Bill
passed. Congress, the President be
fore vetoing it, submitted the law to
his Cabinet. All declared it un
constitutional, and Mr. Stanton
cited decisiotiBOf the Supreme Court
and the Constitution itsolf, to con
vince tho President that bo should
Veto the bilL,
But now, fetanton takes rofugo
under that unconstitutional law and
defies the President. . So do tho
Radical Congress and under it have
arrested him. If this is so1 and so
it is these men Bhould.be .in the
criminal dock, instead of Mr. John
son, for violating the Constitution.
The Rumpers in Trouble.
, Rumpcrs not got along
very harmonious in their conspira-
ry to depose the President. They
und rlook to browbeat Chief Justice
Chase, and force him to sanction all
their party measures, concocted in
secret caucus, ior conducting the so
cnllod "trial;" but the Chief Justico
has disregarded their party man
dates, and has evinced a detormina
tion to be eovornod by the Constitu
tion and the laws in all his rulings
This had made the conspirators
furious, and they denounce the Chief
Justice as a "traitor to their party
who has "sold himsolf to Andy
Joh nson. They have takon- an
appeal from all his rulings, bnt i
every instance a majority of the
aonnte has sustained tho Chief Jus
tico a larce number of the deeou
Republicans voting with the Demo
cratic Senators These proceedings
nave made tno Jtadical mob crazy
with rage, and the friends of the
Presidont feel hopeful as to the final
Tni attempt to impeach Andrew
jonnson, is a war against though
and free speech, which no true sol
dier can engage in.
Way is Andrew Johnson on h
trial like the Saviour on tho cross?
Because he is sufforing among thieves
ior tne good ot the people.
!' The Radical leaders in taking up
Grant, are making a sword proscn
tation to tho pooplo. The people
win maice inem tan on it.
i TnET say that his services to h
country should entitle Gen. Grant to
common rcRpoct. The sorvices of
his soldiers fail to command it, cither
irom nim or ironi tongres,0.
Senator Morrill savs thnt no
body beliovcs it possible to derive
a rovenuo of fifty millions from
whisky ; for "it was a tux that would
not be collected until men became
nspureasanirels." Weshould thin
Senator Morrill might know that
wnen men reach the angelic state
tncro win De no whisky taxes what
The Radicals have made rnoro
listory since they have had chargo
ot the government than any other
party Bince tno old- Kovolutionary
cnaps wno kicked up a row about 1
tea tax.' ' They have had a civil war.
a martyr, piled up the biggest Ha
tional .debt ever heard of, and now
tney aro prepared to wind up with
impeachment arid revolution. Tlioy
are a lively party now, -Bay what
juu win, nnu as long as tno peopi
will stand the cxnonso. thev will
glvo thorn plenty' of excitemont for
A one-legged soldier at Harris
burg, Pa., who is a mechanic, has a
likeness 'of Grant hanging in his
shop, and cvory . time the General
commits an act showing himself the
guilty tool of the rump, tie soldier
makes a black mark on his face. It
ia needless to say that Grant's face
is already as black as a negro s.
If thcro . is not a moral breaking
down of the impoachmont enterprise
preceptiblo "about now." w nrs
greatly mistaken. It will be onon
shame, hencQforth, terminate as it
Logan County Gazette.
TnEODORB Tilton asks : "Is tbore
no way to break Grant of drink-in
anu smoKingat sucn a dreadful rate?"
Yes. break his neck. Unless John
. 1 - 1 . n
son should conclude to order a court-
martinl, and have him shot for in
subordination. " -
join hands with madness and fanati
child cism. in further cursinff this conntrv
wrkcx'o tbs MinKoitA. The safe
the Adams Express Comrany has been
found near the California shores by Mr.
Rinehart Crist, who will doubtless reoelve
handsomeoompenaatlon for hi discovery
The fall of the river is favorable to the
recovery of the many missing articles, as
portion of tho wreck 1 plainly vijible.
There ia strong expectation of finding
some of the missing bodies Spon the bar
among the (khrii, with which it it strowri
lbs, bereaved relatives of several of the
nnfortnnat victims of whose remains no
idicg have been heard, are making anx
ious research.'. ' i
Wait do the Badioal think of Chief
Justice Chase' ruling In the Impeaohnient
case 7 , They think hi it a ."cussed" rebel.
tx a iew . weeks Alabama and
Other1 Southern provinces will be
represented., in Congress -by ; the
black elomont. Thon will come the
darkest days of the Republic. Ig-
noraiice and semi-barbarism will
with wicked laws, .-.:.'.:
Sil "JSotice to Bridge ; Builders"
another part of to-doy's papen j
Tub Kump Congress has
passed a law continuing the
Freedmen's Bureau another
year. t , ; '.
TaX-payersj by the provis
ions of this law, have to pay
$20,000,000 'for tha support
of ignorant Negroes, and illit
erate 'One-horso preachers
from the North. -
Do you relish Hadical and
Negro government? ;
A Radical paper says ; Thad
Stevens had recently so failod that
ho did not recognizo his own negro.
The boalth of the whole party of
Rrdical leaders, Jias so failed that
thcy-raTinot Tocognizo tho white
Questions." How many soldicra
died that Jay Cooko might amass
htteen millions of dollars?
How many soldiers died that
Southern negroes might be trans
formed into Abolition President
- How many soldiers died that the
mass of tho people might bo crushed
beneath an intolerable and oppress
How many eoldiors died in tho
false belief that their lives Wore
given for the preservation of tho
Union? diod victims of false pro-
A T-T .
Tub Radicals in their leal to seleot the
Democratic eandiditto for President, have
settled upon Chief Justice Chase. He
stand about , the same chance for being
seleoted by the Democracy as their stand
ard bearer in t campaign of 1868, as
does an Egyptian mummy being brought
to life by a stroke of lightning.
At the State election held in Rhode
bland on the 1st inst.. the IUdioals elected
their ticket by about the earn majority of
last year. Then it was 4.214. Money
fraud and threat of discharge were nsed
by tho Radicals to InSuencavoters in their
favor. A oause supported by suoh means
must eventually give way to a party of
Honest prinoiple the Democratic party
Geh. O. W. Morgan, Democrat, has been
dtprivel of his seat in. Coneress bv -ili
Jacobins and the same given to Columbus
ueiano. jaoobin, General Morfan was
eieotea by a majority of 2T1 qot. In
18C7 ths Distriot gave a Demooratio ma.
ority .0! 8,718. '-
What do the people IMnk of inch Infa
my 7. A' they satisfied that it is right 7
Tin rolling mill of Wheeling, West
Va., have suspended operations, owing to
the workmen having strnok for higher
Tna Iwenty-first very of the seventh
chapter of ra has all the letter of the
Alphabet in it. The n in? teeth chapter of
the Second Book of Kings and the thirty
seventh chapter . of Isaiah, are exactly
alike. And in the Book of Esther, which
has ten ohapteral neither the word Lord
God occurs. ,
Famct Soap, Pcrfamorr, Flavoring Ex
tracts; Tooth Br-uslnn, Violin Strings,
Speetaolos, ec' at Btr ng'j.
AT 12 PER CENT. LOWER !
J. 1L WitL, having boon a buyer
of Goods of every description in the
Philadelphia, Boston, New : York
arid Cincinnati markets fJr about
forty years oven before many of
tho men now ' doing-business in
Vinton county were born his fa
citlties for taking every advantage
of the market are unsurpassed, and
he is enabled to Bell goods only at a
small advft ice above New York
rates more than 12 per cent, lower
. J ' ' il Tf .1
man any omor jj.uuhj in in is coun
ty 1 Thoso in want of Goods will do
themselves an injustice if they don't
go and examine his splendid Btock
of goods before going elsewhere. - A
fine lot of Clothing, a nice .'assort
ment of Dross Goods, and thousands
of other things for jthe Spring sea
son ate just arriving I ,
Ait the approved Patent Medioines at
Taosi Irreverent lad who called names
after a certain "bald head" of old, de
served their untimely end, because at that
time no panacea had been discovered to
restore the human hair upon the bald
pots. But; now Ring' Vegetable Am
brosia is known to posses the rare merit
of invigorating the root and filling them
full of life, where not entirely dead,
tin mil cannot neip purling lortu a
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ew growth which rivals ia beauty the
look 01 yeuuu . . ; : 1 ;
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Cir, Letter, Rot and Bill paper; While
and Buff k'nvelopea, Pen, Penoiis, Eraser 1,
Mt-j tot., at Strong'. ' ' : x ' .. ' .
For Pnre Drug and Medicine, go to
Sissoa's Drug 8tor.. ,. , "
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.Lorr A large Brass Key numbered
figures '10"J belonging to the Union
School Honse. Any person finding the
am will pleas return to '
M. R, Babii, Sup't. of Schools
fo Arer'g Medicines, call at 8iason's
Drag Start. ;v, ; H.,t w ,. ,,,.
W have received .the Horticultural
Advertiser for March, L. L. Wbltlock,
proprietor, 245 Broadway, it. T. It eon
tains many good hint to girJeners,
formers, fruit grower and others; con
taining clippings from other agrioutlural
and horticultural work. It Contains an
extensive list of fruit tree of all kinds.
It should be in the hands of every nurs
eryman, farmer and gardner In the coun
try. Price, $1.60 per annum, single cop
ies, 15 cent' Eaoh number contains 78
page of reading matter, besides some 30
page of advertisement of the principal
fruit growers and feed dealer of the
Ir yon are Indebted to Btrong's Drng
Store, call and settle forthwith. 1 .. . .
AnoTiiaa Expiditios. We often read
about expeditions, but w are pleased to
inform the people of this eounty that a
member of the firm of Will & Co., of
Zaleski, has just returned from an ex
tensive purchasing expedition, and has
brought to their House in that town a
very large Spring and Summer stock of
Good of every description, of the latest
Eastern styles. They propose to dupose
of the goods at the very lowest possible
prices, and their taste in matters of dreBs
and every thing else is so well and favor
ably known that we feel warranted in
assuring our readers that they cannot
fail to be pleased with a visit to their
well stocked establishment and exchange
only a few greenback for a large quanti.
ty of the superior quality of seasonable
Goods to be found there. ..
Books, lower than ever at
You hid ot Sum. Every pain,
whother of the Lnnga, Chest or Kidneys,
can b removed by the use of White Pin
Compound. 8old by all Druggist.
Go to 3. A. Fulton's for the best Family
Flour, manufactured at the' water mills.
Cunt loa NkCraloia. Ladies will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is th only
sure our for Neuralia, and Nerve Ache.
For lale at Sisson's Drug Btore.' '
Fob Pint Perfumery, go to Sisson's
Drng Store. 'v . , :,
Rbad, Tjih. Costar" Celebrated Buck
thorn Salve,, for euts, burns, bruises,.
wounds, boils, ring-worm, chapped hand,
itch, and almost everything else, only 25
cents a box: the Universal Corn Solvent,
for Corns, Ac, (sure cure,) only 25 Cente
a box; the Uelerbrated liiBhop Full
unlvereal dinner pill for headache, 00a
ttveness, chills, fever, to., only 25 cents
a bot ; the Pectoral Coogh Remedy, for
eoughs, oolds, coarseness, sore throat,
broncial atfeoiions, 4o., only 25 cents a
box; and the preparation of Bitter 8weel
and Orange Blossoms, for beautifying the
complexion, to soften and beautfy tbe
skin, remove freckles, pimples, eruptions,
so,, only 91 a Dottle: all toe best reme
dies yet introduced, and for sale at Sis
son's Drug Btoro. Go and get some now.
for sale at Sisson's at
BtANks. -Wt have just printed a lot
of Blanks for Justices of the Peace--Sum-
monses, Subpoenas, Executions, &o. ; and,
also, all kinds of Blank Deeds. All for
sale at the lowest rates. . ,
Blah Books at Strong'.
. HcimaiD fir Psorii In this vicinity
are suffering from diseases of the blood,
which may be easily cored by the nse of
Dr. J. W. Poland Humor Doctor, sold by
Of W, Slslon
Wall paper at Strong' Drag Store. '
Stale of Ohio, Vinton County. I
Chrt.topher w ihklertinn, Plaintiff, 1 Coort Cora
against ' Irnon PleiS.
William A. Pearoe aha lOnlorand
Samuel V. Dodge, Derendnnte. J lenree. :
Pursuant to the command of so order and de
cree issued from the Court of Common Pleas of
Vinton county, and State of Ohio, and to me
diroetedaa Shenlt of said eonnty, I will offer for
sale at public auction, at the door of the Court
Ho una, in the town of ilcArthur, in th eounty
Monday, the I8ih day of May, A. D.
. . 1808, .,,'
the hoar of 1 o'clock T. u. of said day, the fol
lowing deacrloea lands and tenements one
equal undided half ot the following deaoribe.u
Commencing at the South-went eornr of that
part of UHit-Lot Number Tenly-Rv 2srj In the
Town ol Wilkoarille, in anid ao-inty of Vintoo,
owned on the 14th day of Muv, A.I). IMS, by Wil
liam C. Cline, and runnir.g 'South-east parallel
with the Street m said T:,n Fifteen (15) Bods;
and thence Houth-eaat Eleven (It) Roda on a
strniKh angle with said street) thence Fifteen
(IS) Hoda South-waat nn uniui -iih .i.i
second Stteetj thenoe North west to the place of
together with the Flooring and Saw Mills and all
other appurtenances oa and land. ... 4
Taken aa the properly of William A, Peares to
satiety a (uilgmwit and degree of the aforasaid
court in favor of Christopher Wlnklemao. .
Appraised at one thouaaad one hunclrad and
nfteea dollar and mint bring two-thirds ot that
Term of sale ea.h In hand at the time of sale.
JOHN J. fell Or KEY,
- : ' ' Shenfl Vinton county. ,
D. S. Dan. Atl'v for Pl'tT. . .
April 10, Isrd-Sw-fa .....
The Commissioners of Vinton frinntv. flhln
will moot at the Bridge across tho - , ,
MIDDLE FORK : OF SALT
' '"CREEK, , ' ., .;
near AUcnsyille, In Vinton county, Ohio, on
Friday, ths toh day'cf May, 18G8, !
at the honr of 1 o'olock P. M. of sold, and Mil
to the lowest respousihle bidder, the bullduiy
Trestle Bridge tciVft $on! Aiufinent'
across said creek.
Plans nnd Sneclflcfttlona for aald
made known nt the Bridge on t he day of sale.
By Older of UieCaiumlNNlnncnc -
W. F. FK1.TOV-.
A mil tor VlutouCot'
April 18, lSttS-tdt
J)EVOTJ & CQMPAKY, .
S3 A 85 Pearl Btrwt dnoi-uuti, Olio,
, ' '..'.. Offer to i i
A full assbrthleut of the Newest Styles of
Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Mowers, ,.
All yew Shapes Bonnets Ss Hats,
Nor.ua, Golden Onte, Rival, Arlington, Eve-
ifunj,, iiwuw, nuiwf nwiii
Infants' Straw Goods , .,' ;
in Great Yoriety,
Orders will hare prompt attention and at
Inn . X' V.. 1; . rn
..mc-o. iu,t lui. iluw I 1W
A B 0 V E L T X .
1 " ' TITE ' ,
rocket -'Corn jlIster.
Llghtl Simjlil Ohttpl Durable! Useful!
Flln nnr IToe Handle, and may be attached
u. (.-moved 111 amoiaenu
ANY CHILD CAN.WORK IT
' and It cannot get cut of order.
Counts the Grains Itself,
And drops them exactly where they are want
ed, In plain sight. '
the labor In planting;, and so will pay fos itst f
TR Y 1TI TR Y 1TI TR Y IT!
FOE SALS BY '
', HARPER & PARTRIDGE,
206 Pearl street, New York. ,
Wfctate, county and town rights for sale. '
April i,USMS. .
yALTJABLE TARM FOR SALE-
The undersigned, desiring to rolire from the
more active duties of life, offer for aihl
yaluitlilefhrm,Mitunt two miles north of the
Miinciiaa ciiieinnHtl llBllrond, In Harrl.ioii
Township, Vinton county, Ohio, oh the Mint
Road lwuilni; from (.'UUllcotlie to AtljenH.nnd
Kixiiit u .mllts cant from CulUlcotlie. S from
IiOiidondery Htntlon and 4 from Rayvlll
Putlon, cmitalain6(lOcre Blxmt 2ou aorwi
under cultivation, oO acres in mnulow.nnd 2.ri0
nvresoi Doiiom inncij iwo enmrortalile dwel
lln: hons: locations healthful: imodharn
and stnlilee; two nloreharcls;thelMtofllm
br and wuter. Tho farm can be divided into
two parts; will be void in sepuruto parts or to-
ethor. A small mrm, or wwitern hinda, or
For partiuulan. etill on or addrom
uniurr .v. uhii im ull.tfii ill .Tn.uin.
J. W. BOWEX. MftArUinr. O..
11 Or A. O. KLLiOTT,on the premise.'
- . Dairymen, Farmers,
;. . " , , " And Others,
" ; coNsioJf tour ' '
. Ashes, beeswax, beans,
. BUTTFR, CHEESE, EQQ3 i .
FLAX, COTTON, ;
FUR3 AND SKINS,' '
,, ' DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME,
POULTRY, NAVAL ST0EEs
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HOPS, dlNSENO, FEATH- "
ER3, HEMP, PROVISIONS!
OILS, LARD, TALLOW, ! , ,
TOBACCO, SEEDS, : i ,'
BORonuii, Molasses, &c, &
' JOSLAH CARPENTER," ; '
General Commission merchant,
442, 444 4 446 Wothingion Street,
, NEW YORK CITY, j
And receire hla waaIcW PrtM rnm... e
PriHlu-e and Groceries the most complete
Price Current Published In the United Btateo.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.': , '.
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Marking Plates and Cardg, ' j
.... " v . ' ' ! .
i V Furnished free.
Liberal Advance made on Consignments,
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Sitabliiheil, Hay Ut, 1P.60.
First Class Reference Glvc-j when Required.
H O L A A It E
', WHOLESALE DIALXB VH '"
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Chlllicolho, Ohio, April., 186
DaVid noffhln, who irsldcs In the Btnte of
Illiiiiiia, Oeoiye Hortlilnca, Henry llnflhiixit,
Nulsoti Hot) hlnea. anil Ivy llixon, inlet mar
ried wlUt tlclitioul Minim, of the. county of
Vinton, nndWlHtc oft 'hi'), Will take notice Hint
Viwii llott liinea, F.xwntor ol tint lNt will and
tcstiiment of William HoIIIiIuhm, dee'd, on tlm
14th day of March, A. P. tili-d hla pelition
In the Probate court, wilh'M and forihecoun
ty of Vinton, and Htte of Ohio, alleilnlng that
the Mid William HotThi need led seized In fee)
aimple of the following dcscrllied real estate,
tituitte In said county of Viuloo, and State of
Ohltowil: ' .
Being thnt part lying went 0ftheRniiR0e.1t
of the E iKt half of the North-eoat quarter of
Bectlon Numlwr Fonr (4,) Townahip ulnbcr
Ten (HI,) Ronge Numlwr HevenUwa (17,) ootti
taining Forty acre mora or lean.
That It In necessary toaell gtiid realwitiife Ih.
onter tocarryout the nrovUlona and Intent of
the Will of the aaid Wlliiain IIotrtiliiHt: and
that Mary Hi.ffhlntw. a widow of said decoaa
ed, hasdecllned to take nnricr said Will, and
elected to take under 1 he law, and la entitled
w ihiwer In suld prenilsee.
The prayer of auM petition ts for assignment
ordowerto snld MarV Uofflilncs; mid for
saleol i-uid pinU,il)J-ct to suld dower es
tt, to ciirn- out the provisions aud latent of
thesnld Will as aforeaald.
8aid tictltloo will be for bearing on LbeSSIli
day of April, A. D. IHtM.
VWS HOFFHINES, '
Execntor of Estate Wllllnm Hofllilnea.dec'd.
Dated this 20th day of Murcn. A. 1). lSiiS.
paovisioif sToiir. ,
Will pay the highest market price In Cash tot
;, Bring on your
SUTTER, ' "'
eggs, . .'; ; :.; ,:- ',
; CHirjiEKd, ,
DRIED PEACHES, .
- , ' ' BEANS,
FLAX SEED, ' '
, ONIONS', ' ' ;
RAGS, ": v - . . '
Or any other article you may have to dispose ot
i Woalao have a fresh and compt atocko1
" FAMILY GROCERIES..
Give ns a call and for VooraelvOT, at th
Room formerly occupied by Richman a
; vr ' tttOMABnO.
Marcb5,186S-3m. i -
I'ASTEUB MARBtiB 701X8, .
Begs leave to Inform th eltirens of Vinton and
adjomingcouhttes that he prepared to luraiaa
them with , ; .
MONUMENTS. : ' ; "'.
' , BUREAU T0P3,
, ' i -TABLE' TOPS, At.
: ' , Tht Latest ana most Approved Styles.
' All Work neatly and promptly exeooted.
All my pr'cea are mneh lower than tho f
oilier ahopa. Persona about purchasing are in
nted to a careful inspection of any etock and
pnCCSa ' . y
Shop In Malone's Building, on Main Street.
Feb.!7.1S6 tf ..''',"!.'
.QRIGIHT AND HISTORY l
B00KS OF ..TIIE BIBLE, H
BT PllOF. CALVIN . BTOWB, S. 9.
H miowlngwhnt tie Bible Is not; what It
tU 5 '!w L188 i tracing the history ffl .
gof each book, nh its orgin with Its Insipid
tpauthopvand completely answwlng all
infidel cavlis and ohjKctlona to the 8crip
r'..1' ls BU onllnury lihniry of Bibfi- j
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Contains lust what n.r. m. Vi
ole readerwantatoknnw. Rixvmmii.i. J
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? Kwfung men oiou aonominntions. n
PNocompetlUon, for there In no other M
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g-isold in the country. Hend for circulars. H
Addreea ZKIOLER, McVKPY 00.,
.fi ivuiutM vinciunau,
, , 1,000 Men and Woken f ;
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Possessing good cfearaater and energy, rerta.
verenceand intelligence to aot aa eaavoaserafor
I, Fins Beautifvl LUal America
-:. ) Faces, -
Rngrared o stoh in Paris by the mot eminent
Lithographers in the world. These 1W, which -are
moat beautiful and poeHe conceptmna, ere
designed to typify IJie beat Ideal tvpra of Ameri
can Womanhood, repnnenting their eharitie.
devotion, sympthiee, attachmenta and hetoiem,
Tae lithography ia ia th highest slyle of th
art, and is auoh as has racely been equaled, and
cannot be excelled, . , . ,
The portraits have received unqualified prai
rom the moat eminent enlin n,l r,,,; .-
newspaper ot the country, and they ahould adora
ewery household In the land. . , . , n
For naviculars and deHariMliva cIpai-. .j.
dress i' l.'f), RkHinson. '
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
'Alira Ackicy, widow, John
') t h
o. .mm. cK(oy, Israel
Ack Icy, Jacob Acklry,y-nn llakcr.and Mar
tin Baker, UCT hn.rfmnd. of the Hiai m
1, of the
sourl, busaiu Hikett, and John Hkei her
htiHbaiid. Jaue Mcthonv. I'liiwiia,iii. ..j
tf.iiiii-r-nriiii, nrr HiiaiJIlIKI,
and. JuiiH iil
Vinton county, Ohio, and Fanny WimllvJood,
7thdnyof Manh, A. U. imw, a petition wna
filwl npnlnst thcniln the CWik'a OlMc ol tlu
Court of Common Picon, of Vinton cuuntv,
Ohio, praying for th partition and assign
ment of dowvr to tlte widow tf th tnlli.wlnr
deai-rtheil rcfii lutute, sltuuta In th flnunl v t.t
01 luM uouniv. wui taKtt niriti u.mi ....
Vinton, andfilnteof Ohio. Uvwit:
,Tlt North wei quart. nt ih eVinth-wet
uarter of Hectlon Thirty flu, Townblp Ten
0.1 Hunie Nineteen 1 1H.1 n! 1 laniltl anKUu t'
entry at the land Other nt Chllllcot he, Ohio
andcontutnlng Korty-nlneacrpannd fifty one.
undritlwo!nn aciei isai-liiiiniwr.ii.1
The wild pctifion will b for heurijia atthn
ejttTerm of the Court of Common . lu. ne
Vinton cxmnly, Ohio,
Vinton eounly, Ohio, next fullowJug tka
' J. K. KBith'. Arfy tor PetlllooM.
March 12, leue-gw