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M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNlt, OHIO:: THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1868.
VOL. . 2.
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May 28. 1868.
Orrios-flccond Story W. D. Podge's Building,
worry. 1 voar, 11.1 I rmeopy,8 mod, S1.00
a m,.. n 7R nnAA.i.v a mrw, n ui
On eoo'y' sent free to gettor-up of blub of Tea..
One Rqnnre, 1 week Sfl.OO Onei(iiAre 1 mo. .M
Ywrlyalvertls.!nimte Slot! per column, and
t proportionate mica for lews Hrmce.
JfOR I'RKHItllirr of thb Unitko Ktatks,
GEOEGE H. PENDLETON, ' ;
abject to tlio decision or Mm lXmiocratlo N(V
tiuuu.1 Con von Hon.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Socretnry of Rtnte,
Thoma Hubbard, f Logan.
For Supreme Judge, . ..
William E. rinok, of Perry. (
' . For Memiier Bonrd ruhllo Work,
Arthur Hagbes, f Cuyahoga. :
For School Commissioner,- ,
Samuel J. Kirkvrood, of ScneoA. j
For Clerk of Supreme Court, ; '
John M. Webb, of Mahoning. ,
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF VINTON
This year will be a mouiorable ond
In history. Thoyoar that was rang
in by joy-bells nnd wolcomed with
hosannas, my bo tolled out by thd
funoral strokes over tho corpeo of
tho American Republic. The con
duct of tho government has fallen
into evil hands. Evil hearts guido
nnd control tho councils of the na
tion. , Tho Union has already been
divided by tho plotting traitors-M
Washington, and that after a wur to,
keep it inact, in which millions of
our brothers ponshed by the sword
The Supremo Court, the great bul
wark of American luw ond liberty,'
has been shorn of its high dignity
and curtailed of its lawful powers.
Tho Executivo is despoiled of his
constitutional powers and preroga
tives.' f A military despotism sways
tho fairest portion of what was our
former Union. In the General of
the army we have an official respon
eiblo to no tribunal for his sins of
omission or commission. IIo can
not be tried by court-martial, for, if
' our memory plays us no trick, the
army regulations rcquiro that at
least two mombors of tho court shall
bo of rank corresponding with that
'of accusod. In striking down civil
law and placing it in subjection to
bayonets, and croating Grant a mili
tary Dictator, tho Congressional
traitors have quietly , drifted tho
country into a despotism in fact,
although they pretend to keep up
tho forms of a republican govern
mont. Tho public credit is rapidly
depreciating, tho public debt is as
rapidly auginonting,taxos increasing,
aud tho confidence of tho pooplo in
their rulers becoming sadly ehakon
and unsettled. The public mind is
hoavincr and boiFng and surging
like a sea in a btorm. Tlio ship of
stato is being driven boforo the
tempest, with sails riven to robbons,
and masts snapping hko pipo-stoms
by tho fury of tho. storm. The
heavons arc dark as night, and tho
lowering cjouds inky black and big
with tho volleying thunder. Ever
and anon tho lightning's flash re
Teals tho breakers just ahead, with
tho mad wavos leaping and break
ing on tho rocks of doom, and
shouting like domons welcoming a
lost soul to the abode of the damn
cd. Far., as thq cyo can reach we
can sco nothing but tho rock-bound
coast of anarchy,' upon whoso deso
late beach we discover the ' wrecks
other ships of state, whoso destruc
tion date far back into the centuries
that wore gray befbro our own ro-
publio was born. Our own vessel
appoars : doomed. Tho helm m.an
has boon strickon down at his post,
tho captain is manaclod and im
prisoned in his cabin, tho crew have
mutiniod, broken, into the. spirit
- room, and their Bhouts and blas
phemies npriso and mingle with the
howling of tho storm. , We are
drivon closer and closer upon tho
breakers I Tho rebounding spray
as tho mad waves dash upon the
rocks dclugo our dock I God help
tho good old ship in this hour of
fearful peril t 0 1 how she groans in
every, timber, if conscions of her
approaching- fsXxr, wnd hot groan ' is
like tho wail of a lost spirit on the
wind t ? fx- ;
..J It js. not to hlit 0T)omocrt. to
s savo the vessel whoso kool as luid
f amid 'tho ,bIooI and, tparnage and
(tprms of hatfldj when our. father
sliatched the priceioss jowel of lib-
" itty ' from' the. crown of .tyranny.
. Strong arms and stout bearts, will,
ing tobroast the leaping billows' and
face tho howling tompest are all
tbat are 'wantod. The present crew
must be tossed to tho mercy,.' of the
Btorm they have cvokcftl.i- '.Tho vtatj
sol must bo put about, and, with
God's mercy, wo ""may snatch the
ship from the very teeth of the hur
ricane natch her from the hungry
jaws of destruction. But we must
all work with a will and as one
man. No division of counsel must
there be. In union lies ourstrength,
in dissension our distruction. He
who really desires to save tho ship
will work hoartily and uncomplain
ingly, lie who loiters or stops to
count the cost, or objocts to tho offi
cers who may temporarily command
tho men at work cutting away the
wrecked masts, is a drone, who
would bo in tho way. lie thinks
more of solf than country,, and loves
the party only bocauso he hopes to
profit by his wooing. He is not a
Democrat to be trusted. Look
with suspicion upon those who
come to you with expressions of de
votion to Democracy upon their
lips, whilo plans to consummate the
disruption of the party are breed
ing in thoir hearts. Thoy would
woo you to pluck apples of gold that
aro in reality tho fruit of the Dead
Sea. They would use you as rounds
to form a ladder upon which they
hopo to mount to high places. They
lust for office and its emoluments.
They aro more dangerous foes than
your open enemies. Bowareof thorn.
"They come with bonoyod tongue and imilo,
To bring yon ruin to work you glle,"
The Radical Candidates.
Chicago on WeJneiday of last week tad
finished up business on Friday. They
could not agree any aooner. V. S. (Use
less) Grant was nora inaled for President
bj acclamation, and Schuyler Colfax for
Vice Presid.nl, on the fifth ballot. The
platform they adopted la very br'ief, Tlx :
The ballot for the negro and gold for the
bondholder. There was 10 enthusiasm in
the proceedings of the conrention erery
Ihing baying been out and dried by the
irt-pullert and olEee-seekers. The font
is, there is nothing la either of the can-
didalei to excite ereu the least emotions
of the people, unless the pwple become
excited or dissatisfied because nineteen of
the delegates that attended the convention
and toted for the nominees were negroes
Grant Beyer possessed the power to se
cure tbe good will of the soldiers, and be
Is entirely destitute of statemanshlp, and
the Republicans thsmseWes admit that he
rrally has not the ability requisite for tbe
irapirtant position for which he has been
chosen. Before his bass treaehery and
downright lying to President Johnson, tbe
people had some little roason to thluk that
Grant was blessed with a small portion of
honesty, but they found themsehes woful
ly deoeWsd, IIo is mors ignorant than a
boy fifteen years old he is not the man
for the times. A statesman is now want
ednot a dumb-bead; a "piece of intelleot'1
so small that a seoond person has to writ
a "letter of aooeptancet" What a shame I
Nominate a man for the Presidency who
can soarcely read and write I Let the
Radical party boast no triors ot. their
"education," to J .
. And it should not be forgotten that
these nominations do not pleass the peo
pletwo of tbe party are offended where
one is pleased. Senator Wilson of Mass
achusetts say i the party will be beaten,
and that be "regards Colfax as the weak
est nomin ation that oould have been made."
Ben Wads lay I "the party has gont to
Tns Ohio Legislature adjourned on
last Monday week until Notember 23,
1868. Considerable business of import
ance was transacted during the seeeion.
The expenses the Slate have lessensd over
half a million dollar s year. : Quite an
item in faror of tax-payers.
Wi ban neglected to state tht a
branch Railroad is to be built from the
Marietta fc Cincinnati Railroad, at Vinton
Station, to Vinton Ftrnace, the distanoe
being 2 miles. B. , B. Wiglon, Esq,
President of th Vinton Furnace k Coal
Co, has glttQ notice to railroad contrac
tors that sealed proposals will be received
by the Co., at IheFurnaoe, nnlil 10 o'clock
A. M., on the 3d of June next, for the
entire construction ready for use, or for
the grading, trestling, and ties, or for
each separately, of said road. The branch
road will be a great benefit to th Com
pany, as well as to th people at tho Fur
nioe and In lbs Tloiniiy. (
Somx "lotely sreeter," w don't sxaolly
know who, has addressed th editor of
this paper th following lines: . -;
"'You had belter take baeksom of your
own vile abus of th soldier's wives aid
f umlili i before yen even speak I a soldier'
Th "lovely ereter" didn't sign any
nam to the above lines, beosoi hi well
knows it would b worst than flattery for
any on to call him a bate aal wilful
manufacturer of th blackest of false
hoods. When "the editor "of this paper
becomes so corrupt that he can't live with
out collecting and retaining year after
rear the back pay, bounty, or some ether
money, for poor, orerippled, or disheart
ened soldier, or the pension or the1 addi
tional bounty ' for tome poor and bat
starring' "soldier's wives and families ,
then, and not till then, tt will be an ap
propriate time to eharg him. with the
"vile abuse1 of the soldier's wives and
families I" "' " " " ' ' " " '
I. D. Dodge Is selling all th very latest
stylos of Goods at figures thai will please
all who givs hiu i oalfoa Skew 'Oejev'..
Less is the word.
Less Taxation t Leas Negro Suf
frage 1 Loss Bonds to Pay I Loss In
terest 1 Less Freodmon's Bureau !
Less Bad icalism! Less Public Plun
ders I Less Favoritism I Less Bcv
enuo Officials I Less Bump Legisla
tion I Less Idleness 1 Less Monopo
lies ! Less Falsehood I Less Usur
pation I Less Fraud I Loss Confisca
tion 1 Less Crime! Less Bigotry!
Loss Disturbers of Peace 1 Less Per-
juricsl Less Brandy and More
Brains I .Less Territories ana 3ioro
States I. Less Burnt Cork and More
Caucasian 1 Less Worship arid More
Religion ! Loss Froth and Foam and
More Solid Substance! Less Integra
tion and Moro Public Advancement!
Loss Mongrclisra and More Democ
racy I Loss is tho Word, and Less
the- LessoB the People Must Learn I
The Radical press is now nearly
unanimous, or the Radical organi
sation is being used to subserve the
purposes of the bondholders. They
demand that the five-twenty bonds
shall bo paid in gold; principal as
well as interest. Thoy propose to
Eay them, say, thirty years hence.
iot us see how, under thoir plan,
the case will stand.
The United States Government
to the bondholders, dobtor : To 82,
000,000,000 of legal tender green
backs, to wit: when they aro worth
fifty cents on the dollar, being in
gold worth 81,000,000,000.
Crodit: Tho United States pay
on interest six per cent, in gold on
tho bonds, for forty yoars, being
8120,000,000 in gold each year, or
81,800,000,000 total interest.
Thon tho principal, $2,000,000,000
in gold, is to be paid, making in all
86,800,0000 for what the Govern
ment borrowed, viz: 81 000,000.-
000- Thoso who are in favor of
this kind of financiering this pay
ing the dobt seven times over will
voto the bondholders alias the Rad
ical ticket i '
The Families of Irish Political Martyrs.
The editor of the Irit CUiinn has been
honored by the rcoipt or a letter from the
venerable Archbishop of Tuam, aeknowl.
edging receipt of money sent to his greoe
to be distributed according to his best
judgement among the fnmilies left desti
tute by the late atrocious proceedings' of
the British Government. Doctor Mac Hale
mentions the receipt of the sum ofrfl; teen
pounds, forwaided through this 'office,
being a contribution from some' good
Irishman in Nevada. He also acknowl
edges receipt of a letter announcing, the
lodgment to his oredtt of the prooeeds of
Mr. Mitcbel's lecture in Brooklyn, and of
a further sum of contributed by our gen
erous people in the same oounlry of Neva
da; amounting in all to $1,800.
We are furiherenabled to announce thai
the same distinguished prelate has receiv
ed a sum of tern pounds sterling from
Madison, Wis., forwarded bv tbe Fenian
Brotherhood of that place through their
Secretary, P. MoCabe, all for the same
charitable and patriotic purpose.
Certainly we have all been making large
demands upon tbe time end attention of
the excellent Archbishop, bat he can only
blame himself. It has been entirely owing
to his openly-expressed sympathy with
the vidian of British vengeance, and the
strangely aufpioious combination between
him, a Connaught Archbishop, John Martn,
a Protestant country gentleman of Ulster,
and the exoellent Marchioness of Queens
berry a sort of conspiracy to bring into
contempt the award of British law against
Irish patriots, and to affirm the title of
their bereaved families to be regarded as
wards of the nation. Doctor Mao Hale,
too, through the clsrgy of his own arbh
diocese, has the machinery in his hands
for ascertaining the needs of our poor
people, and the best way of relieving those
families whs have been deprived of their
The trouble he takes in this matter is in
aceor lance with all his noble and gener
our life in the past. John Mao Hale has
always been the best of arohbishops.
When the struggle against payment of
tithes was at its holiest, this gallant arch
bishop gave pnbllo notice that As had taken
a lease of so much land ae would entitle
him to be a voter for tbe County Gtlway,
and that he never. would pay one penny
for it in the shape' of lithe. Tithe never
wae demanded from the archbishop: and
it a seisms had been made it Is probable
that th prooeeds of the sale would not
And when tbe stupid and Insolent "Ec
clesiastical Bill" was passed by the Lon
don Parliament, forbidding Catholic Bish
ops from assuming tbe title of their tees,
and Imposing a heavy penalty npen any
bishop who should correspond with Rome,
who was It but John Mae Hale who publioly
in bis cathedral read a Papal rescript, and
challenged proseontion under the not. Be.
was never prosecuted.
It is on wonder to find this noble rrelate
prompt and sealons to aid bis countrymen
in their generous efforts to relieve the
famillee of men who (wisely or otherwise,
but at any rate bravely) devoted their
lives to ih cause of their eoun-
Jay Cook, at the beginning of the
late war, was a banker's clerk in a
small town out In Ohio, and lived
on a small salary. After becoming
tho agent of the Government to soil
its bonds," ho mado about twenty
millions of dollars in about three
yoars. And in view of this fact, it
would bo exceedingly difficult to
make us believe that the man has a
particle of personal integrity. Jay
Cooke signs his name to letters on
finance, not a lino of which he ever
wrote, or could write. He would
evidently, sign anything involving
a swindle of others, provided tho
proceods went into his own pockots.
Pittsburg Workingmen's Advocate.
The Only True Plan.
The true plan of reorganizing
the United Statoa, is for the pcdplo
to vote down the party whoso lead
ers have spent four years ; of war,
and three of peace, in disorganizing
the States, and have demonstrated
their unfitness lc work a free gov
ernment, vvw .a.TViMiii
Nigger Superiority Declared.
In a discuffioa ia the Pennsylvania
Legislature, oh t!i Registration question,
John Hiokmai, Die Jacobin leader, assert
ed that "a ittitl'vitnt nigrotcu mverior to
an ignorant Irkh Calwltt, and should uavi
the rairsasif'is to vots.
Thus crops I f ui on every hand, the ma
ty nf the Jacobins towards
the class of tan who did muoh of their
best end ha
thvt fighting in tbe late
wi hout whose aid tbe war
tly haw proved a failure,
even as a mil
tu y measure.
This UaonH n. lesson whloh we hope
will never be.
Will they Persist?
In the facd
ot i lie popular indignation
niil .the Badioal leaders
persist in npioMins a usurper in the War
oQioe, and inUej ing a President because
be defends tlU -onstitution. If they do,
may the people h&ve patience to bear it
for the tine briuj, until those great wrongs
can bs righted at Unr ballot-box. In Eng
land sncb invasions ef liberty would incite
riots, and inFriso lead to barricades.
But here we 'must all go sternly to tbe
ballot-box, and thete depose usurpers.
Ah exchange says, toil is tared,
and bonds are ;xempt Toil pro
duces, and bonds consume. Toil
builds up improvements; and bond
holders enjoy (hoir benefits at no
cost. Toil supports our public
schools ; and bondholders enjoy their
benefits w ithout bay i ng for the pri vi
lege. Toil supports our courts, pays
our legislators, and defrays the gen
eral expenses of tho Government;
bondholders partake of the advan
tage of all without contributing to
the support of either.
Nioro Ootiaois in TUS) 8orjTii. It
turns out that the persons firing into the
stags between this city and Selme, were
two negroes: A negro robbed the mail a
few days ago between Tuskegee and Ch e
raw. A negro killed a store kseper at
Jones's blutt in west Alabama last week.
These paragraphs are published simply
to show that all the erlmes committed in
the 8outh cannot be laid at the door of
"disloyal" whites, but that members of
the "Union Lssgue" occasionally do some
thing wrong, win floRnern exchanges
that abus the. while people of the Bonih
make a note of this factT- Montgomery
Advtrluer. ' -
BiaaAMi-i-Dori't believe all you hear,
but one thing can e believed asstriotly
true that la If y&i wish to buy some
thing in the Dry floods line tbat is very
beautiful, ef the finest quality, and suita
ble foHthls season it the year, and at ex
tremely low prices, just ge to the House at
Win & Co, Zaleski. We took , notio
while there last week, that they are; far
ahead of all other. 5u style and general
variety. '- "
Foi Fin Perfumery, jo to Slsson's
rug oture. "
Fiiss Ixrsitsstos CotnxoTiD Any of
our rasders desiring to - buy Ooods at
lower rates than ever before offered in
this county should go to the House of
Phillips & Co- at Zaleski, where there Is
on exhibition one of the grandest lot of
Hoods of every description ever brought
td this market, from which can be made
the very choioeit selections of nico things
for men, women and children. We look
ed through the establishment, on Saturday
afternoon last, ! while at Zaleski, and
were astonished to see them selling as
fine and beaatifdl styles of Goods at such
low figures. NTjey are selling ft nioesi
styles of Hats;at $1 each; Skirls, (AO
springs,) at only $1,25; Heavy Cotton
ades at only 20onts per yard; Domestie
Ginghams at from 15 to 20 cents per yard.
and Scotch GtnHsnms at only do cents;
Shaken ' only1 25 cents; Neck Ties at
25 cents; Farmer's Caseimere, which will
never wear out lit only 20 cent a yard ;
Ladiee and Gent's Furnishing Goods are
being sold for almost nothing ; Imported
and Country Carpet at only iO cents ner
yard. Ladies' Jlebble . Green Shoes at
$126, the finest! Pearl China Ware and
Queensware at low figures, and thousands
or notions in troportlon the cheapest,
the most compleje, and the most attractive
assortment of tle latest styles of Goods
aver brought to (Vinton county. Ge and
seel People lirlng more than twenty
mile away fromEaleskl would save money
enough by golng'only onoe to Phlllina t
Co's to trade to pay travellog expenses,
two or tnre times. Just try It I
Sohool Books for, sale at Sisson'sjat
half price, , .
Mrs. Armind Caldwell, on North Street,
in this town, hoe opened a Millinery
8 tore and has reoelved a most splendid
stook Of Millinery Goods, suited for lbs
Spring and Summer season, snob a Bon
nets, Hats Kibbons, Flowers, and every
other artiol kept In a Millinery Store.
The Ladies of MoArthur and vicinity
should give her a ealli - She has all the
mist desirable goods, with th riohesl
trimmings ef all varieties, made p in the
greatest perfection, at tory low prioee.
Fo Ayer's Medicines, call aT Bissoa's
Drug 8 to re. . .. -:- i -
Sons people havs an Ilea that first-class
photographs, In order to be well executed
most be taken in Cincinnati, Columbus,
or Philadelphia. This ! a great mistake.
No better work ran be done anywhere,
than at the rooms of C. J. Billinghnrst. in
this town. There is no Improvement in
photographing, that he is not master' of.
and hi pictures look 's wsll if not better
than any others wherever exhibited. He
has letters of praise and reeommendatlon
from artist 'in Columbus and Philadsl.
phis tbe.best artist In the world' Call
at hi room and see for yourselvM. H
has all' kind of Son Pictures, Prang's
Chromo, Morton's Gold Pens, and Jewel
ry for sale.-- f" ; "--
Robert Lyl ha splendid farm for
sale. . Set advertisement is . another sol-
Tns Ocbas BnissM are not Surer har.
Dinger of health than Dr. J. W. Poland's
Humor Doctor for all diseases ef lbs bleed.
Bold by G. W, Sisson.
For Pore Drugs and Modlolnes, go to
Sisson's Drug Store.
Cons ron Nktjiaioia. Ladies will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is the only
sure cure for Neuralie. and, Nrrye Atibe.
For sal at Sisson's Drug Star. ,
Will they Persist? MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R. TIME TABLE.
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W. W. I EAB0DY.
Etatt of Ohio, Vinton County ,
James W. Delay, Plaintiff, ") Vinton eonnty
eamue. v . ixxige et. at Dflrta. ) pleas.
Order and Dcorw.
IN pnrsnanee of the ftommaml ot an order ot
sale In th above time frnm the eonrt of com
mon pleaa of aaid eonnty of Vinton, and Stats of
Ohio, nnd to me dirted wSheriffoftwid enmity,
( will offer for sale at iMil.lic auction, at th dimr
oi in. iour. auuaF, in we iowd w uArtuurk m
Muq vuuaij auu awtte, oa , .j
Saturday, the 27th day of May, A.
V. 1808, j
at the honr of 1 o'clock . a. of aaid da v. Ih fnl
lowinKdcecribed real estate, situate iu thecouutv
of Vinton, and State nf Ohio, to-wit:
A part of Out-lot Numoor Ponrtcan Kn. 14.1 la
the Town of MoArthur, Vinton county. Ohio,
oommencinji on the South Line ol said Out-Lot,
at the centra of aaid Out-Lot; theme running
West along the South Lin of said Out-Lot and
we North Line or north street until It eomea op.
nonile the Bunt Line of th Alley running North
and South and dividing In-Lota Numrwin Siiand
Seven (Noe. S end 7;) I hone a Korth to Ilia
North Line of said Out-Lot; thence Eaut to the
eentreot aaid Unl-Lot; thence South to the place
f banning also to include one-half of the
Land which would be included by an extension
nf said Alley tlie entire width of nald 4nt-At,
the aame, however, to be free for paaaage or
right ofway to the occupant of the premi.es on
the West aide of the Lineolwud Alley; being, in
all, Una Acre and a Hall rfior or lens. -Apraised
at On Thournad Nine Hundred and
mxty-iix imiinra ,iinn,W) and must bring two,
thirds ol that euio.
To be sold ae the property of Samuel V. Dodsc
to Butisfy an Order and Devree of the
aroreitl ennn Hi Dtvor or James W: Delay.
Term, of Sale caoh in hand at the Hmv of sale.
JOHN J. 8IHX KEV,
' ' Hhrrff Vinton county, O.
. M 1 UArtnw.tl 111. A..fUi.,tlrir 4
f fc'.iy 2S, 180S-6W-1S
Is constantly receiving
10 per cent Cheaper
than can no bought clso
Blank Books, Ioks,
allow figure. ,
White Lead & Oil
sold at about cost .
HE OLD BXUABZJS
SADLEET AUD HANNESS
Main Street, . . McArihur, O.
jAWrawABB.' ,i xomnrnxvaws.
Having refitted their 8arMlery and Harnaaa
Etaullahmtint, are now ntanufacttirlng of the
very nvav uaicruu a una 101 w
Saddle. - ;
; . Bridles, 7 .
'' HaniesS, ;;; .
; , Collars -
And everything elm connected "with suok an
4 luutution,an4 gotlu Uie : , ,
MOST DPR AB LB MANN tR!
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t" ' at much ' !i;
, , 1 , 1 I ..-,-.
LOVER PRICES THAN ELSXf HERS,
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All kind of work neatly done to order, and
warranted tnimtantial and durable,
. .. . ... ...... V...'.t:l '
aWRcpalrlng done very reneoiiabja.-.'x.i ;.
sxsrceil examine work ud lesra ptieee, ' I
H. X. AMBB03E,
Mais Etsist, - .' McAxtuus,
Manufacturer of, and Dealer to, !
SADDLES,' ' 1 . 1 :
-; COLLARS, - . -'..'.
BRIDLES, ' i ;'
, '. " ' .1 , " srcBs,
" ' '" WHIPS,
And all other articles in his tine of buvlnoes.
He will make to order any article on the ehort
et notice, of lha very brat mntanal, and in the
mot work manlike manner. Having had many
years experience in the btminea, he fcela conn
dent that ho can pleaae all who may favor him
with hie i-atrunajje, both in regard to price and
All kin da of Repairing done on the moat reason-
. '.. auie leiias. . ,
Call and examine stock and prices.
Feb, i!7, lc-m . .
V H O L S 8 A II .
Q . O . - Q W" I T ,
. WBOLXSAL1 DEALER IN ' -
N O T I O K S M
Stationery, " ;
- .Hosiery,. - .'I.!
' : - - Cigars,
' ' AKD-.
:'- At Popular Prices I '
ChllllPothe, Ohio, April 9, IMS.
. 3 a 3 a
Iv Is an BriMa rhwkot In all caea of Nen-
ralitia Facialis, often enVcting; a perleft uure In
lae than tweutv-fonr hours, from the use ol no
more than two oa threb kilia.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Die-'
eaae h failed to yield to tbia
WONDtinFUL REMEDIAL AOENT.
Even in the .everestoa.ee of Chronic Nonrnlgia
and general nervous derangement of niuny
year. gianainganecung ine enure ayatenn us
nee for a few aavar a lew week, at the utmost,
always aftorda the moat aatonishing reliof, and
very rarely rails to produce a complete and per
It contains no drugs or other materials in the
el ighteat degree injurious, even to the most deli
cate system, and can ai.wava lie naed with
. It has long been in constant uae by many of our
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified ap
Sent bv mail on receipt of eric and postage.
One package, 1 1 OO Poatoge oenta
Six packages, 00 ' Pontage S7 cent.
I weive paoKagrn, vw rroutge vt n.u
Ilia sold brail wholeial and retail dealers In
drugs and medicinee throughout the United btatee
and by- . ' '
'l UnHliKS uu aom iToprwiors, ;
18-ly 120 Tremont St., Boston, Maes.
REED1 KILL P. 0, Tt&TOI C0USTT, OHIO
s. som. ww. Mttrixtx. a. vrtiseavn. . wxaeari.
. ,S. GOETZ fis CO.,
Stoves, ' .t ".' "'''
Castings, ' : t . . !
Hollow Tfare, :
,; V ' Sugar Cane Mills,
Casters and Bed Fas enbgs.
the . onio 'ptjjip;,' 1
The only Dnnhle-Aollng Force Pump Inns, ajd
the most eonvenieat ana uurauie inmnuw
r Machinery et aU kinds Repaired eo skart
OM.... ;, , ... .... ;., . v,-i 1
' Th War mamihntnred at the I eotd ft lew
as any in th.s aiarket.' -.1 1 1 . ; ; 1
TO thb afflicted. v; ; ; , f
Being familiar with th aclenlWo a ot all
means of investigation andenre afdlaeaae, I guar,
ant In aaeh Malient earelUI e obliteration and
skill liil applwatinn vf the acoeeeary rrmeilitie to
effect apeeily renel Aaviceiree,aQvn.riuiwi
Con nn lll.e oiww.ni IB an uwc, - ,
TO OENTLKMBN-n receipt of atanip I will
unit mv nrivateciruulara free, and for 10 cents a
valnable treatise of 100 pages on the Errors of
lontn, Its eoneeoneneee and renwoy.' -
TO LAD1KB. 'Oareoeipt of atamp I will aeSd
an llltiairatnd Circular wllh Kniravinga, and Sir
10 cents 'The Ladiee Private Helical adviaai)"
avetaintng taajrniatio. 01 imereai 10 n wt.
v ee.?.w'.Tt ,;j ,... BKYAH
,': WEaat ISth Si,, New lotk,
papovcE and : ; ;
. ' .
0. vr, tLLO." , a. vr. tnxooi.
, , TJLXiOMT ft: BEO,
Will pay tlie blghrat market price In Casta fo
. allkladaef (
' " ' Bring on yur
, cmciENs, ;..'
., i DRIED APFLESji
- BEAK 3, .
' . : BEESWAX, ,
. . fLAX SEED,
; , ONIONS, ;
' .'.'-. t
BAGS, - a
Or any other article yon may have to dispose of.
W also have a fresh and com pie stock of
' Give us a call anil aon for yonine-lvm, at the
Room formerly occupied by Kichmau aa a
TTT T .C1M A TtTm
I'ARIHUa JtAEBLE W, RX
Bcga leave to inform the eltiiens of Vinton and1
adjoinlagoounties that he pn-jjarod (0 lurnlnh
' them with
MONUMENTS,- ' '
, TABLE TOrS, A.
Tbe Latest ass most ; proved tylts"
All Work neatly and promptly executed.
All my pr'cea are much lower than thoae ef
ithar ahos. Persona alut purchasing are In
ited to acareuil mepectioo of my alook and
Shop-In If alone'. Building, on Main Street.
Feb. 27,1868 tf
aijthi arn-widH JUnsjII J n H Iff
LllA nil 1 V f'Amn.n 1 J ...
..- """"j " nvue wno will ro
turn the nuirhatw money if Ui iuwliiiie 1
2. Tlie Flnkle I.yon Rewlng Machine I
f 1 a An I vr 1. u.l. I Im ..l.i. .1 . a . .
tu A Miw iiiiru umi ntu lis
(1 le "elfettlngt" so tluU the netU eauuot b
. Tiwnnkie Lyon 8wlnt; Marhlna U
tin An v ultHijrl,t a.n.1 1- 1-1.. -
Mjulhve "tnk np," miniriiin no chnnge of
tenHion in ru lining from oue kind of iooUb to
. A TI.a tJ"l.l,i.. M. t n . . . .
a.. . ijj-oii iwiwing mac nine an
tlio only SJnitUe-rariiPr,,thftt oTeironira all
rrlct.Ulll nf uhi.ttlu ..wl .. . a i - a a
frnm oil in the HhuttiV H"M
A rI'l. .. L'l 1. 1 L r - 1. 1 r
..... . .n.n, i.juu ot-wniR mru-nme la
tlieouly family machine in the world that
will ' linen tlirtaa with the luciUty that It
does allk or cotton,
a ,.-.. 1 ... 1 .. 1 .... 1 . . . , .
town, through whom ull onlere must ooiue.
X lnlilo K yon 8. H. Co
) . No. 587 Broadway, New York!
J. TV. Bow KM, Agent, McArthnr.
or ivrgnveuatlng laixlr
for the Immediate relief and permanent cure of
that condition which unfile the euSerer from
n..h.minn ,1,. Af Lf. ft . . ...
I a ' " " Miw, mtn wnirn anae
from a morbid condition of the Kidney, and
uhhuci.mi.hiih in narruua pioBiranon and
organic debility. ,
1 have uaed thi. remedy In my private prac
ticewitb nnvarying auccesa for many yenra. I
am therefore induced to offer it lo the afflicted.
nrcnng cunnwni iv. Rienu win no appreciatee.
It iaa,l.nlA,l l. all .7,l. tt. .
Organ. It strengthens thaaystem and givea
M 15, WiiALTil AND STRENGTH
i .11 ... r i , .
rj .i ,w i. u,i hmiuw my aireccwn. is
never hlletn remove Nervous Debility, Impote
ev, and all Weakness arising front eae or
- iminwmivii, IVVUIIIIIK IB
UlrfllMinM x- - .a.. 1 ,'
Unpleaaant Dreams, (ieaeral Laaaitwde,
wmn. m viaioa.
Headache. Pushing of the Skin.
which, if neglected, rill assuredly lead on t
INSAK1TT OR CONSUMPTION.
Whan Ih. av.fam ! aeAuUa A 11 wta ...
recover wlthaut help. It must be
INVIGORATED AND STRENGTHENED
lo enable the snflerer to falSII the Dntiae ofLlfa.
num uj 1 1 in-.i iuj urnggiaM jeerywnare. .
a,Priee (1 per bottle; m bottlee Ibr 13.
Bent by Express, on receipt ol the money, by
DB. X. BETAS, 96 East 13th t,NnrTerk.
Private c'ronian acnt freet enoloae stamp.
Vke sWeat rvartket aal Kl.grant ff waJaiV
laatrameaU la tka Wrl 1
jftU.IffJ AKSRICUS-EOitS iWUZZl
" ' lr:' pip. i Hay ,"t"l.
Tl?e AWERifiAM finiiiV
Makes home attractive, .refines end elevatet
BwUodi of u, btwutilal In apiwaraoo rr
' SIBERIA orr, (
TS8 mtOArtWAT -NEW TORX. '
' WHOLtSALB A0E5T. I
The Immense pomilaflty of 4heee I
and their .uperlor Moalcal Powers, la nut llto. I
lag them before the public, as the tn.tnuneJt I
althourytheW prloe I. but a trio area tke
W-frxleon, yet it moeai adr.ataea, beaotw
of tea and qatekneaa of touch aoJaotloa v
yo faraanerior, that they am (Hat nmraadiiHf
the Melodrun, and tins sail lian aiuioaa sj-
AMERICAN ORGANS. 1 "r
. J. enanted to any Marie, fva the ooleV-t
..... uwavwM wrnaa at th
a'',r2l!IlttUf HmoatjalT-TMii, tb-y
n prarena a the Piaaa, by perwaa wbe
har then, yet eneting Iwe thaa kalf. aud at
taking a sntall aaiftMiwtw rwia. ,
' ".". ewlptiT ireulaja eirl-e; ' U
farocwar. aa ertaaa.
Isolattve Aie4e Seeavvd e TVaVe. msI
OVf dteeouata to Uia trade and r.Vxn. .
; ' :v alBaUUA tTT, Who.aJa Aet,
I. C c - minrtvrtkttkiib