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li'ARTHUR, VIKTON ' COUXTY, OHIO: THURSDAY , JUNE 11, 1868.
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J. W. BOWEU, Bdltw.
Jan 11. 1868.
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Yon PRKsmETT or th Uwrran Btatw,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
BuUoct to the decision of the DomocrnUo H'
Democratic State Ticket.
for Hncretary of 8tt,
TfcomM Hubbard, of Vot- ;
it i i For Supreme Judga, ' . J
WlllUm E. Flnck, of Prry.
For Member BorJ Puhlle Vorkt,
Artha Hnnh4, of Cuyahog.
For School Commissioner,
SamaolJ. Kirkwood,' of Senco.
Tor Cleric of Supreme Court,
John Webb, f MUonln
The Democratic County Convention.
As will bo scon by referring to an
other part of this paper, will be
held on Monday, tho,29th of this
month j and the Democracy of the
several townships will meet at their
soveral voting places on Saturday,
tho27th of. this month two days
before the Convention meets and
select Delegates to represent them
in the Convention. Ilemembor that
this is to be done on Saturday, the
27th of this month, tetween 2 and 5
'clock iu tha afternoon.
'' Each Township has an Advisory
Committee, and the Committe In
each township should be sure and
all a meeting and select delegates.
Have every man attend the meeting.
Be active I We have a great deal
of work to do this fall ! Wo here
givo the namos of . the Advisory
Committeo in each township :
Eagle J. Wilkinson, Jacob
Brown Washington Koeton, S,
T. Weed j
Elk A. J. Swaim, Patrick Mc
Allister, Coonrod Smith ;
Swan-Tnd. Cradlebaugh, Fred.
Jackson Lalan Sampson, John
Madison Morris Albaugh, Sol
omon Shipley ;
Clinton John Fratee, Dr. J. A.
Vinton John Booth, Joseph Mc
Richland Dr. II. C. Moore, L, A.
Atwood, Harrison Lyle ;
Wilkesvilte Charles Mulholl a nd ,
Agrippa Wells ;
Knox Henry Pachard, George
That Committee fa composed - of
the best men in Vinton county, and
we hopo every member of it will
do his duty. Let Delegutes be
chosen in every township to attend
the Convention. Lot evory Plow
holder, who has to receive green
backs, proparo to march forward to
owoep out of power those who are
worshiping and defending the
Bondholder, who receives all the
gold. Lot the tax-ridden farmers
of Vinton county inform the Radi
cal loaders that thoro must and shall
bo one taxation and ono currency:
for every person not rags for the
farmers and ail other laboring men
and gold for the arm-chair-office-holding
Bondholders. Now is the
time to inform this Bondholding
rtut,ocracy that you will support
tbem Untr hy the toil of your
hands and the sweat of your brows.
Let as go forward I Mo into battlo I.
Now I Now
i UsiLiss Grant has employed
souietMxiy to write a letter accept
ing the nomination for President
he not being capable of writing It
himself. He savs he will have no
policy of his own during his admin,
administration, if elected. Ho will
put himself entirely in control of
CongreBS, and do just as such im
maculate patriots as Washburno
and Butler may direct him to do.
He will allow the Executive, on all
occasions, to play "second fiddla" to
the will of Congress. And if it
should declare him Dictator for lifo,
he would be willing to accept it, for
does ho not rocogoize Congress as
Omnipotent as above and beyond
the constitution? Here is a candi.
date, suited to the hearts of our
Congressional masters a candidate
who is willing to Ignore tho consti
tutional privileges of tho Executive
and bocome tho meek and willing
tool of tho usurpers of the Bump.
Gm. Giso. W. Moboan has hJn
onsted from, his seat in Congress,
and Dolano admitted and sworn in.
COUNTY CONVENTION !
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Vinton county, do hereby
i , . 'call a
DELEQ1TB OOUHTT OOBmOI, ' ,
to be held at the COUKT HOUSE,
in McArthur, on
Monday, June 29th, 1868,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of that day for
tho purpose of selecting candidates
for the following county offices, to
be voted for on the 2d Tuesday of
October next, to-wit:' '
SELECTION OF DELEGATES.
. .The Democracy of tho several
townships will, therefore; meet at
the several places of holding clec
. .: : : tiom therein, on
Saturday, June 27th,
between the hours of 2 o'clock and
5 o'clock P. M., and elect Delegate
to said Convention.,
The rate of representation is
delegate for every 25 votes cast foif
Judge Thurman for Governor, in
1867, and 1 delegate for each frac
tion of 12 votes. ' 1 , 1
The following is the nnmber of
delegates to which the several town
ships are respectively entitled:
Eagle 3 Jackson 4 Wilkesville 6
Brown 6 Madison 7 Richland 10
Elk 9 Vinton 5 Clinton 8
Swan 3 Knox 2 Harrison 3
The Convention will appoint dele
gates to the Congressional and Ju-
dicial Conuentions, unless further
notice is given, and will transact
such other business as may come
before the Convention.
By order Dem. Ex. Com.:
Saturday, June 27th, D. B. SHIVEL, Sec'y.
First Gun of the Campaign—Oregon
It appears that the Presidential
campaign Ir opening very favorably.
The fur Wcstorn State of Oregon
has wheeled into line. An election
was held on the 1st inst., which re
sulted in tho election of the Demo
cratic Congressmen by 1.000 major
ity, and all tho county ofllcors, ex
cept in one county. The Legisla
ture is Democratic. The ccyitcst
was mado on tho greenback issue,
and in behalf of Mr. Pendleton.
The contest was strongly waged
nndor tho banners of the Grant men.
Tho victory is complete Oreoan is
redeemed from Radical misrulo I
The following is the platform
adopted by the Oregon Democracy,
which shows the character of the
olection. and the value of the victo
ry achieved by tho Democracy of
the State :
Rttofoti. Thftt food fiiUh ni jnef loe In
11 (lonmnrls that the public dVht (hull he
on id in like currency M enntmnted, and
we filter nation hy Oongre.i iuhmlltiiif
United P'nti'i securities to bt lextd s
fttiolted. Thftt we irmpitlhiie with the
Irleh people in their efforts to secure to
thfmielei civil liberty.
Petnlvrd, Thtt It is th dnty of thr
Pedertl OoTemment In extend protection
nlike to all nsMte end naturallted ell liens
hold ' home end tbroJ.
Rfolvi, Thet our delesles be, and
ihev are hereby instructed to support, in
he Nations! Democratic Convention. Hon.
fleer e H. Pendleton, of Oblo, as our first
choics tot the Presidency.
Andrew Johnson is still the head
centre of this once happy country,
while those blood-thirsty dovils,
who sit as a "high old court," feel
like they had mado a complete fiz
zle and spent a million and a half
of the people's money. j
"The King of Franoe, with forty thousand
men, ' '
Marched np a bill, and then marched down
To Bz Dkfeatbd. Tho defeat of
Grant with his gold for the bond
holder and the ballot for the negro,
and the election of Pendleton with
his policy of ono currency for all
and retronchmont and reform, is
foreshadowed by all the . sensible
Republican journals. The peoplo
are really awakening to their inter
ests ; fully determined to hurl the
corrnptionists from powor. Let us
work. Democrats of Vinton
county, do your part I ' ."'
Monday forenoon, Juns 1st, James Bu
chanan, the fifteenth President of the
United States, died at his residence,
Wheatland, distant from the city of Lin
caster about one mile and a half. Be was
bora at a place called Stony Batter, In
Franklin county, Pennsylvania, oa the
22d of April, 1194, and wis consequently,
at tho time ef his death, aged seventy,
seven years, one month and sight dsys
His fathsr, Jamas Buohanan, had emigre
ted from tho eoanty of Donegal, Ireland,
te the United States, In 1T83; his mother
waa Ilitabeth Byeer, the daughter ef
reputable farmer ef Adams eeuaty Pean
sylvaala, . '. i
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' Gold closed in Now York Satur
dyatl40 ,; "'' ",
One Thousand Dollars a Minute.
One thousand dollar por minute
is about uo amount 01 wxauun
which the people of.tbis country
arc paying to support the toinous
do cv or the uurap congress, uns
thousand dullurs per minute I and
what ior.L Xot tp promote prosper
ity, or a re-union of tho States and
the old kindly Intercourse of tho
people ot different sections, hot to
enable ; 1 corrupt party to keep
power -in the Government by op
pressing white people and elevating
negroes to tho ruling power in the
Southern States. But for this there
would have been long ago a union
of all the States, and peaco, pros
perity and happiness to all oar peo
fltiOMo Eagle. ' " ,
The Legislaturo has been In ses
sion one hundred and twenty-two
davs, at an cxpenso to the people of
ouo thousand dollars a day- -Dayton
Journal ... ...j,' I .
: The Radical Congress has been
seventy days trying Andy Johnson
on, false, frivolous, and malicious
charges at an expense to tho people
of 20,000 per uay. , jou see
Dayton Leager. i i i
" The following nlaifoim which ha been
approved, sdopisd and practiced by the
Radicals, should b carefully read bj
those who love their country mere than
party, and a ho billevt the Coostitutlsu Is
tha supreme Isw of ths laad, and that
liberty is the normal stat of ths ettlien
We do not (now where It was first em
bodied, but its truth is the mala point, and
that has bees proved by the whole eeurse
of the party for the past five years :
I. A monstrous national debt.
2. laoreased, laorseaiag, and aetsr
ft. Untaxed bonds for the rich.
4. High protective, tariff tor Kew Eng
i Shioplasters for the poor.
0. Cold lor the rich.
7 Negro mongrelisin at the pells and
Iti lb .Jury-box. t
8. lliat'raeohiFement of foreign voters.
. Military satraps at a expense of
$200,000,000 to the general government,
inateail or omrers paid by the stales.
10. Negro Senators snd Negro Cccgresi-
11. Negro judges and negro Jurtrs.
VI. Negro Vies I'reiident.
13. Trials by military eommiss'oas la
stead of civil courts.
11 The right of Congress ts change the
form of government without the sob sent
of the people.
IS. The right of Congres to abolish Um
State governments and estabrleh a milita
ry drapolism over the old Cuiou.
18. The right of Congress to force negro
equality on all the States without regard
to toe will or the people.
Rhymes for Naughty Little Impeachment Boys.
Lulls Uen Uuilur,
The eminent sutler, ,
Tried to mix en impeachment pis;
When be thought it all made,
And the eountry betrayed, '
-Lot it splashed up "all in his SJS."
Ben Wade had a little hope
Now dnu't know where te tod U;
So he'll let U alone,
And etay at home,
And the people, we think, Voa'l Bind it.
Thsd and Ben,
Two fooiish men, '
Both went impeachment after;
But both fell down, ,
And broke their crown,
And now comes in ths laughtsr.
Sing ths song impeschmsnt,
Congress wants te rule I
Andy in the White House,
Scorns te be their tool;
Stevens on the war-path,
Shouting blood and thunder ;
Boutwell playing heavy-men,
Crying "stand from under;"
Butler, sick and klllioui,
Spitting ou his slime
TJp comee Andr Johnson,
And knooks them out of time.
If yon want any Drugs, Alidloinss,
Books, , go to J. 8. Strong's Drug Store,
where everything is kept fresh and at the
lowest prices. A'.l articles usually kept
in Drug Stores can bs found there. Then
that Artie Soda Fountain why, it is the
nicest institution la this slds ef tie Aretio
Regions. 8ee sdvertljement..
Rhymes for Naughty Little Impeachment Boys. Zaleski " Leema."
[Copy-right Secured from the "Shemale"
Itemizer of the Echo.]
The excitement about the Bohool ques
tion is subsiding. Rsason nobody knows
what ths yellow breech clad man meant.
Gen. Jaekeon has returned, and is sow
re-instated in eossmend ef the "Lord's"
tables, fie Dorsey resigned. Lang may
ns wave I j
Benxine man in town. We deal knew
whether he Is now in the ben sine bnelnees,
or selling a political manual of which he
made a fine display to our eitlseaa.
The Vinte Rtcari gets badly need up
by one of the Seha'i correspondents. One
more such a blow and the Rtcori le dead
In (a horn.)
Raccoon has subsldsd. Bo btl "she
We perceive our admonitions had the
drslred effeet extending the fever mat
rimonial even Into yonr devoted town .
We will not renew them for fsav the
Phever' gets like a certain gentleman of
our acquaintance en the "Canawl Wrag
Peter Betts good looking fellow ef the
Gormen persuasion ; formerly in tho whol
sale grocery line; now conductor of a
first class M.l C.B. R. Band Car, Bully
Peter , gentlemanly elsra at the
Hotel, very foreign gentleman in his Ian
gnago and nrnataohe. Loves American
beauty and beauties. Proprietor of
Llndilry daring "prlse-fitss." Lediss,
kstch him, kin you t
Kit Carson, tho celebrated hunt
er and guido over tho plains and
mountains, died at Fort Lyon,
Colorado, on tho 23d of April. ,
V IS-....,. IL M . ! arlalkA
liVRiri K . w im.w wim r
our resders te' tisit lbs Bouee of Phlllipe
fe Co, at Zileaii, and eatiaf, themselvn
that they are sJling the best Lawns tor
enly 81 senis per yard, figured Dslanes
at only 20 seals psr yard, Hosiery t oaly
20 eeatf, Slar Bilk Belliog'at 25 cenU per
yard, Dress Goods at astonishing low
raUs, Dress Buttons, Parassls, Udies
QaU ef every style and earlely at every
pnee bat lower thaw, elsewhere. Bvery
body should go to their House aad become
sonvinoad that their prices, Quality and
styles a Oooda are beyond competition in
Southern Ohio, tie one and all -they can
uit you in some way t Go snd get the
best birgKios ! get the best goods for oos
fourth ef the money yen, would spend
elsswheret Get the 'a'eit and cheapest I
Iverylhing they have is hsautiful.
For Pure Drugs aad Medicines, go to
Sisson'f Drug oiure. ... v .
Fon Fine Perfumery, go to 8leson's
Todno Lawks and young gents appear
more oomsly to each other's eyes who have
smooth and clear complexions. Nolhlog
will eradicate pimples aad blotches so
sorely and safely as Polaud's Humor
Doctor. Sold by all Druggists. It is
pleasant ts the taste.
School Books for sale at Bissau's al
half price. 1 ' "
Mrs. Armlnda Caldwell, on Xorth Street,
In this town, has opsned a Millinery
Store and has received a mast splendid
stock of Millinery Goods, suited for ths
Spring snd Summer sesson, suoh ss Bon
nets, Hats Ribbons, Flowsrs, and svsry
other article kept in a Millinery : 8 tore
The Ladies of McArthnr and vicinity
should give hsr a call. She has all ths
most desirable goods, with the richest
trimmings cf all varieties, made op In the
greatest perfection, at very low prices
Fob Aver's Medicines, call at ' Bisso&'s
Blanks. We have just printed a lol
of Blanks for Justioes of ths Peace Sum
monses. Subpoenas, Exeoutioas, Ac; and,
alio, all hinds of Blank Dseds. All for
sals at ths lowsst rates.
Monirs Etaxs has purehaeed the Inter
est of James Ward in the Saddle and
Hernees Establishment, and will continue
the buninrrs at ths old stand. Those
wishing anything In his line would savs
money hy giving him a call. See the ad
vertisement in this piper.
Fine Farm for Sate.
Any perron wishing a nice home eould
aot de better H an buy 51 acres ef good
land, situated on each sids of the State
Road leading from MoArtbor to Athens,
H mile from Vinton Station on the M.
& C. R. R. about 35 acres of which ars
under cultivation and all under fenoe,
upon which there is plenty of limber, a
never failing well of water, number of
never failing springs, a choice young
orchard, a log dwelling house, two veins
of coal of the best quality, whloh can he
ssslly taken to the best market. In a good
and healthy location, Cheneti for a good
bargain. For further particulars, enquire
of the editor ef this paper, or of Mrs.
DuidHT Bowu, ons mile west of Zslseki,
Cattle and Horses for Sale.
I have ler sale a number of Horses,
several good Milch Cows, one fins Yoks of
Oxsn, and a number of two-year old Steers.
Those wishing good bargaina will please
call soon, at my residence, ons mile weet
of Zuleakl. .. Mss. Dbiiort Bcwss, '
KDtTon Evo.tNRT.ii: Plms announce the
nnniM of John T. Ulitck.of Maillwui TownHhlp,
m a onndlduU) for the omre ot KlnritT, uLjpi't
to me uecieum 01 me imiuiktuuo couuiy
to bo hold June 2ftth.
SHERIFF. MANY DEMOCRATS.
J. W. BoWE!! Yon will nlcaw announce
the name of Dr. Henry C. Moore, of Rlchlnwl
Township, aa a etuiilldate fur the oltlce of
Aurlltur, subject to the decision of jhe Demo
cratic County Convention.
Forthe Presidential Campaign of '631
The twera Enemy ef Boat's Snd Xsndoarsoissi
Prisad ef the Uhorst sad Tu-Riddsa Peor. ;
Graanbaoks fortke Bomdbolder aa well
tan tka PlewJAalder. . ,
A paper wrraiN tub reach of all i
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Essays i a asrefully preiisred euaunsry of the
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arvere epponeuioi Aooniiouoorrupuoo, rerolu
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Presidential election ahsll be known.
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lenar mora suusoriners, we will send sn extra
cope of The Csmuaiga Onsis aad a copy of the
This sncravina makes a beantlrol Barter erne
meat, sad le worth more than tbe subeariptiaa
price of tbe taper.
. Money ih all
easea tenet be sent In drafts
av posts! ardors, waas praeucabta, atMrwtea ta
reaisterea iwiers. aaareas, . , . ., .
... , WI1L!AMTREVITTAC0.,
rttnhvrs, Coltimbua. ffltio.
Wsak Lvaoecan be greatly strengthen
ed by the use ef White Pine Compound.
It is the great remedy fer eM Pulmonary
Complaints and Kidney Tronbles. '
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Reported by J. E. Will, Dealer In Dry Goods
Apples, Oreeo, per bu. 7 I tpplee, Pried, 1 ts
Hntter. tn eewx, M
Boons. , 4,50 1 Coflee. sn
Cum, 1 .00 1 Csndles, '
Chickens, ISfttt I Kish, wblU. MIO
MMkerel, imisi nnnr. tr aoi. usv
Flour. ir ebl.
Mnlssies, Sorgo U
fslt, per bbl. 8.10
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BPEOIAL HOT CE3. .
LOVE AND MATRIMONT. The f flsotions of
the nppnsite sex mav be ftsinetl li' following sim
me rulei. sml s'l msv nisrrv hsnoilv. If desired
without rffurd to wesllh. see. or besiHr. Srail
adilress sod el imp fc.r iMrticuUrs to Maium
LUCILLE UEMAHKE, Bible JIouc, New York.
oltered liberal inducements to set se seents, end
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AMHDEN, Htstioa L, New York.
SALE OF EEAL ESTATE
By Order of tbe Probata Conrt.
Vow noffhlnes. Executor of Estate
of William Hotrhlnea, deceased,
Mtirr Hofrhlurt, of the Oonnty of 1 In
Vlntou, and Snte of Ohio, David I Probata
Holtmncs, who resides In the I or
Btateonillnols.OeoiveHofriiinee. I Vtnton
Henry Hoft'hini, Nelson Uotl'- Count.r,
mum, nuu ivy uixun, uneriiiHr-i UIUO.
nea wun iicnndni juxmi. of tim
couuty oi Viuiuu, uuu siuie ot
In purrnnnceof an Order of the Probata
Court of Vinton county, Ohio, I will olTir for
sie ui piinuc auction, on um pruiuucs, ui the
AUWUBUip UI V.11UIUU,UU
Saturday, the 11th day- of July, A
at the hour of 1 o'clock r. it of said day, th
loiiowinK uoscriueu nttai jb-sinte, siiUHie in
mocouuiyoi linwu, uua otKie ot unto, 10
Belne that part lvlnu west of the Rail Road
of the East half of tbe Noitb-east qunrtrof
ti . : x: . . i L . it . rr. li.' it i
rjuifii uiiiut.1 ruiiid. lujriiMiiu nmiwr
Ten (10,1 Itange Number Seventeen (17,) con-
uiimiiK roriy ueies more or lewf subject u
the rlnlit of way nrrom said trnct In what Is
knownaslhubcloto A llocklng Valley Roil
Appnilsefl at one Thousand Three Hundrr-d
and Twenty Liollurx, and must brluu two-
TERMS or SALK
One-third cash In hand on the divv of sale:
one-third In six months; and one-third in
twelve moniiis irom iiieuxy oisaie; wun in
terest: the puyineiitM to be secured by niortgugo
upon Uie premlsvN sold.
Executor ofEsUte WilUam HotrUiueH.dec'd.
June 11, lt-td
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
). Klee t Bro-i Pltintim, t Vinton Court Com-
sisiimt mon Plena,
James N. t)'jnifls, Det'l.J Execution.
By virtue of sn Kxecmtoo in the shove esuse
from the Court of Common Pless of Vtnion conn
tr. Ohio, and to me dirscted sa Sheriff of asid
county, I will oflrrnt public, ssle, st the residence
of James N. Iinnalssa, m the Town of Wilkes.
rille. in WilkesrlUa' Township. Viuloa countv.
Monday, the 22d Pay of June, A. D.
st the hour of 1 o'clock P. H. of asid dav, the
ieiiowinK i.ooas sna (.nsneis, to-witi
One tow ana (Jail.
Levied upon as the property of Jsmea N. Doug-
Issa to satisfy sn execution from ssid court la
(svorof I. Klee Bro.
Terms Cash la band si the time of asle.
JOHN J. SllilCKEY.
Sheriff Vinton County.
D. 8. Dsns, All'y. ! ,
Stale ef Ohio, Vinton County:
Joel A. Wsldcn FlaiutifT, ) Vinton Conrt of
strainst VCom'non Pleas.
William fl. Isridsonel.s).,Defts. I Execution.
By virtue of nu exrcutioa in the sfcuve es use
from the Court of Common Herts of Vin
ton county, Ohio, and to me directed as Sheriff
of Vinton oounty.llhro, I sill oner at public sale, at
the residence oi iviwarq newaom.notir tne iowb
of Wilkesville, la Wilkesville Township, in Vin
ton oouatv. oo , : . .,
Monday, tbe 22d day of June, A.
at the hnnr oft P. M. of said day the following
goons sna enstieis, io-wii;
Tnree iearlinp: steers:
Throe Calves, five months old; and
Two Suckling Calves.
Taken as the property of Edward Neweom to
satisfy sn execution from said court in furor ol
Joel A. Waldrn.
Terms of sale Cash In head
JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
BbenS Vinton county, O.
T. 9. Dsns, Att'y.
June U, lsss-sw-t
Whereas, my wife. Elizabeth Caroline Haw
kins, without any Just oause or provleation,
lert my oea enu noaro, on iiiesvmy, June sti.
lftift. In Jackson TowmdilD. Vinton county. O,
Therefore. I do hereby alva notice to the nub-
lionotto trust or harbor the aaid Elizabeth
Caroline, on my aceount, as I am determined
nottopayeny cientsor iiaoiiiues eoninitexl
bv her from the daleofher departure nitnfore-
said. . JOHN HAWKlNsJ.
Jucltsou Tp., vinton co.,uiiio,
. juneo, line.
JAND FOR SALE.
541 ACRES OIF JjjtVUrU,
Intersected by the Marietta A Cincinnati
Railway, three-fourths of a mile from Vinton
Station, containing several
Veixta ef Coal svwA best Ore,
and some excellent tlmlter. The pmxlniltr to
the station makes the lire and Tlmlier valua
ble; and the cleared portion of the tract, hav
ing been some ten years In erase, ta In wood
condition for farming. The land la sub-dlvl-
ded Into tracts, (each tract having an out-let
to the station,) of about 80 acres, and will be
sold In wtached pareela. For further Inform
etiou, apply to Geo now Fevv, Vinton Station,
or address w. W. Majjejjus, CulUlcoUie, Ohio,
BENEDICT'S 7 ; ' I
TIME WATCHES ! ,
Fine Jewelry and Silver Ware. Benedict
Bros' Few Store, Ko. 9l Broadway, .
T, betwKn Amiiy and 4tk Bireets.
Benedict Bros., 171 Brosdway Keepers
of the New Tork City Time. Bo'e
Agents for ths Remoo loir Tower Clocks.
Also Agents for the celebrated Ameri
can Waltbsm Watebea. importers of
Foreign Watches of the most Celebra
ted Mskers. All of our goot's are war
ranted and we offer them to the Public
at the lowest rates.
, BENEDICT BROTHERS,
No 691 Broadway, New York. ,
OSBORN MANUFACTURING COMPANV
. 101 Blacker Street, N. T.
"OSBORN' BIRD AND ANIMAL CAGES. 1
Nsnufautured solely by this Compsny at Br.dee-
port, conn., uodur Letters fstsnt of the Lol'
' These Csyes are of a crent varletv ef style snd
nnisn, ssu t nomas Lsnsr', I'snrot, stecklnx.
Bird, bauirrel, He.,
i ntj srs nniBima ,n s sppenor manner, no
paint or any aesoripuon men -is so falsi to
Birds sou Aaiint.1 beini udin their com-true.
tlon. They are Vermin Pront. Bird Fane ere
will spnreclsto these points of exeellenoe, ta he
found la Bo other Csgas. They received the
highest premium' at ths Americsu Institute and
,ew rorx mate rsirs of imi.
Csotionl All our Cages are stamped with eui
nsme upon them. Bead for Ciroular and Price
4m) GEORGE 0. HILTON, Qisreu. Aenrr.
Davit' Patfnt Thru Uinutt Caki Mixer
Jndupmtille to tvery Family, Uottl Steam
boat and ReilauranL '
TVs most naeflil domestio article ever offered
tn the ublic forthe saving Inbor audalrensth.
This machine Is for mmm oakea of all Um.li.
Cuddings, omelets, for lnting eggs, Ibr msehing
oiled potatoes, for moulding bread, Ac., per
forming tna opeisiKin quickly, perlectly snd
thoroughly. All will be convinced that the same
msterisl win go further snd s eske will he much
better 'a every way when nied hv tf. is Mixer.
It is ultio useful to the psinterand the druggist,
sna ior BTrrnniug nisi requires inorotlgn mix.
ing or beating, tins machine will be lotind invalu
able. 'IhepnJeia au low that it is witlilu the
reach of every family. Agents wsnted iu every
county. Libers! dutconnt to dealers. Rets.)
price f.i eson rune snu eounty rtfflits for Stile by
U. L. iMswraa A Co., Proprietors.
71 West 44111 St., N. T.
BENiNETT, JOHNSON & CO.,
Have removed from 45 Dey St. to Sll Broadway,
corner of Hudson at., New York,
manufacturers of tbs
New Patent Shingle Bracket.
The Shlntte Bracket is especinlly adapted for
Builders, House 'outers. Masons snd Carpenters.
nun ii a i nn.jt.i cmi Be Mult in kiss time npou a
rum nun wun areaisr saiety sna utKen aown ss
quickly, Without leaving a nail hole in the roof
Retail price SS per dnien. Bend lor illustrated
circulars. Orders promptly Stled, st wholesale
Territory for taleanywhere in the United States
that la not sold on tlicStesm Cooking Apparatus.
S23- Hovelty Bswing, Eaaro'leilnj and Brsldlsf
Kstalas, Cnaplste with TahU fat saly fas
Aovirrs Wime, Male or Female, to sell ,lhe
Noveliy Sewing and Einbroide. ing Machine, the
most complete maehins ever offerer) for sale. It
win io sii aunusorwork tost can be done with
the high-priced ouchiue. It makes Ihe frmoila
ctssuo ica-aiiicn, mat win not np or break,
even if every third etich is cut. It is durable end
will last a lite-time. W Wsnt sgenis, both local
aea iiaveiing, to inireoucetniamseiiine Ihlough
out the United Stales. It can be sold in almost
every rsmlly, inolndinga great many who have
the high prioed maehioes, lor its embroidering,
in which it escela all others. Bend slsmn t
ce.AH machines wsrraneed snd kept in order
furoue year, KkE OFCHARGE.
S.3IMK8, CHAM ft CO,
Bole Agent lot the United Stales and Csnadss
WS Chestnut street, f hi sdelphis, Pa
Ths Florsnos Sewing KacUos,
Wis awarded the fl-at premitlme at the follo.
ing Fairs and Indnstrisl Exhibitions during
past sgsson. New England Agricultural Ksir,
Providence, New York Biae Airicultursl Fmr,
Buffalo. American Institute, New York, Mary
land Institute, Baltimore, Mechanic's Associa
Besides numerous minor State rnd ronaty Fairs
throughout tbe Country, thns sslsblishln
claims thst the Ftoss cs la the beet Isroiljr sew-
um uinui.'.'o iii.iiv w.iriu.
riossaci ejiwiso ninm vo.,
60S Hrosdway, N. Y.
Bend ler an Illustrated Circular. (5m
Tiemann's Lanndrv Blue.
This Blue, is msnntsctor
ed expressly for Wsshing
porposes by the well-known
Color manufacturers, 0. F
Tiemann Co. ; snd being
perfectly pure snd free from
scid.lt .applies a want wl i :n
has long been felt, a Blue
which will not injure the
It le put on la convenient form, in bottles, nr.
for those who prefer using the powder, in peat
weoceo poxes, ptoin oy grocer? ana arunstsuk
J. H. TIE.UANN, Sole Agent,
240 Pearl S trees N. T.
VELODIONS, PARLOR, CHURCH A
'' ' AND '-''
FIRST PBEMITJM PIANOS,
With Iron Frame, Overstrung Brass snd Agaffe
Bridge. The best manalaetured ; Wsrrautvd lor
six vesrs. i
loo Pisnos, Melodeoas and Organs nf six first
class makers, st low prices for cashor one fifth
ujm.ii ii.i .no iwi.w-v iv uiuiiiiMj lusimmeeis.
i'-r sent, sna rvn. money appiteu ii purchased,
lSecondnand Instrument at crest bareitins.
Illustrated catalnsua meiled. (Mr. Waters is
the suthnr ot six Suodiir Ncr.ool Vhsmi hooka ;
I'Hesvenly Echoes," snu "N.w 8. S. Bell," Jnsl
HORACE WATERS A CO.
Warerooms 481 Iiroadtray, N. T.
The Waters Pianos' sr-j known as among the
very ssat. N. Y. Evs.,,geliat.
We csn speak o.; the merits of the Wsters'
Pianos from personal knowledge aa beins of tbe
veri un.. un,y, tiirisiian laieiiigeucer.
Websveo'.eof Mr. Waters' Pisnos now in our
residence, (where it has stood for years ,) ef
WUIVUI .JJ m-uiuiaciurerio tne woria might wen
bepr.ind. We have si my been delighted with
it aa a awees toned and nowernil instrument, and
Hiereis no dou)4 at Its durabilitv: more then
mis, some oi tne uest amnieur players in tae
city, ss well ns evernl celebrated pianists, have
penormea on said pmno, and all pronounce II a
suiieiior and Srsi-class instrument. Stronger
toaoreemeni we couia not give, lltxne journal
ELEOTBO-aiLVE S-PL ATIHQ FLUID
For lasts ntaneoualy Bllver-Plating Copper, lirass,
Ocrnutn silver. Krause. ta. .
'The best article in the world for polishing and
cinauina uvr anu stiver pinteu were. 1 1 gives
old snd worn silver and plated was air
beauty of nsw, putting on silver where it is worn
on, snn giving is a DxiiHilel polish, rut up in
Iwo-ousoe battles. Price 90 ots. Sample tent
for trisl on receipt, of kUcta!, to pay for paaktag
urn iiuiuQi msuuiueiurea ny
i. SHAW, Chomlst,
SO Elm St.. Bridgeport. Conn
Te whom ail orcsn, for trial aamplaa nttst be ad
ansseqi ror snie ny ar legists everywhsm
DEM A3. BARNES ft C0 i
IT Park Row, Nsw Tork, Gsneml Agents.
Agents wsrrted enery where te introduce the
erncie, i aaureea tne ipaauiaenaersi '
-. ii : Mi! I ! 'k
rJHE OLD ,. '
SADLER! AND HANNESS -i
Having refitted pits Riwldlery and TTsmese
Kstablishmant, are now raenuracUiiing ol lbe
very ocu material ttwuiiu
And arwryihlnf else connected with soon aa
, . Institution, and got in the
MOST DURABLE II A JT IT B II
LOWER PRICES THAN ELSBsYHERB,
All kinds of work neatly done te order, aa4
warranted substautlal and durable.
nvHepairing done very reasonable,
Tail einmlne work and learn prices.
Being (smiliur with the aclentiflc use of all
meuns oflntesti).istlon and cure ofdisease, I guar
sntee to each putient csreful eon-ideratioa end
skilllul applicstion of Ihe necessary remedies to
effect speedy relief Advice tree, and tbe strictest
confidence observed In sll canes.
TO GENTLEMEN. On receipt of stsmp I will
send my private cirstilnrt free, and for 1 cents a
valnable treatise of 100 pages on the Errors ef
Youth, its eonseauencea and remedy.
TO LADI);.".-0n receipt ofntamp I will send
sn llliistnled Circular with Engravings, snd for
10 cents "The Ladies Private Hddlcsl Adviser,"
containing information ofmlerest to th. sex.
Address . t)s. J. MHYAN,
U-tS OS Bast 1.Hb St., New Terk.
I DRUGS!! I
I AND .
! McARTEUR, 0.,
! Is constantly receiving
J 'Notions, tic
i SCHOOL BOOKS,
10 per sent Ohsspsr
than can be bought else
Blunk Books, Inks,
at low ngnres. '
i White Lead" k Oil
, . sold at about coat
J'AETHOR MARBLB WORKS.
Begs lesva to Inform the oltiaens of Vlatosi aad
adjoiiiagoounUea that he prepared te lirjdet)
thtw wlla , , ,
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BUREAU TOPS, '
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TABU TOPS, Awj
The Lattrt sad swst Ipproved Btylei.
AU Work neatly and promptly ezsoeted.
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All mr cr'ces are mreh lower than Ihn'sa
ether shops. Persons about purchasing are la-
sited toaoareful inspeetioa of my etock aad
nnnp in naione s Building, oa Main street.
The nnderalgnml, dralrlnz to retire fmm the
more active duties of life, otfbra for sale his
valuitble mrm, situate two miles north of the
Marietta A Cincinnati Hnllrniul. In llurrlu.n
Township, Vinton comity, Ohio, on tbe State
Rood lending from Chi 11 lent he to A tlwrn nnd
about 14 miles enst from Cliilllcotlie, 5 from
Londondery HtAtlon and 4 from Kavtvllla
8tUon, ojnUtliilng 600 wnia aliout W acree
untier eniuvatinn, oil aeriw in meadow, npd tinQ
aura til mivvuill lunu: twu VUniloITHOie tlWCl
Una houses; loeatlous bcallhfuli a odd bam
id stnliku: two nlco ortrhanW the Iimi nfiim.
ber and wutnr. The fttrm csn bo divided Into)
two parte; will be sold In generate nartaor to.
letner. a smau farm, or woxtern lan ds,cgr
ownp.po)iertT, con be taken In exchange
For particulars, call on or addrtisa
J. . W, lltlWKN, McArthur, if).,
11 OrA. O. F.I.I.KTTr.on the nremloi
.lijVC FOB QJLXaUl
A flrst-eliws farni of 106 Acres; 120 Acres n
deragnol suite of anltlvatlont 75 Aeriw of
creek bottom, mostly In meadow; 46auresaof
'flmt beuuU" w second botuua eel In itnusu e
Orchard of 100 bearing Applo Trees,
gnvfted frnlt; good frame Honee and Barn:
suitable ont-DullillngB; good well of water la
the doorynrd. Rltuute 4 mllea from Rnywvllie.
on the M.AC. Rallroed: Suilleaweotof Aliens
y i lle, on the Btote Road lending to CbUIicotbe.
Mt ell situated for a "Drover's KUind." A good
si il (reek miming tlnouoh the land, smd an
axoeileutmlllHieatoa theamna, - ,
D. B.ehivcl, laeAjlhur, Oi,
. John C. SeeveiusoB, . .,,
TiCKWIS C, S.i Ohio,. Will yrartloa la k,
fJF Ceiutt ef JecUsoa, 'iern sna sitter eeuaHea.