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M'ARTHUR, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THUBSDAY JUNE 18, 1S68;
t. W. BOWM, Editor.
- Jane 11,1888,
Cvrun-lteeond Htnry R. D. Dodge's Building,
On copy, I year, II. SO One copy,! mo,, n no
One ropy, I mo., .7.i I One copy. 1 nios.. 0.40
On oojijr tuut (re to getter-npof UuU of Tea.
On aqnare, I weekI.0l-Oiie square t mo. HJO
i Mtriy advertisement sum per column, ana
lit proportionate rate tor less apace.
'or Pekkikkxt or the United Statks,
QEOSQE H. PENDLETON,
Sunteot to tho derision or thn Democratic Na
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
TVaaaaa HTW4, of Lon.
For Buprem Judge,
WmiMt E. Xiao, of Pwty.
' For Member Board Public Works,
Artmu Hdkw, of Cnahog
For School Coranilsalouer,
Barnwel J. KUkwood, of Seueeu.
, For Clerk of Supreme (Vrart,
Team H. Woh, of Mahoning;.
B1..J , " 1 1 -.1 , , "",
Plowholdebs arc poor,
and pay taxes in greenbacks;
Bondholders are rich, and
pay no taxcB, but receive in
terest in gold on the bonds
they hold. Eeader, do you
. We are iuformed that some of
tho Bondholders will hold ft small
pow-wow in town on tho 27th to
ee if a few candidates can't be
found to be defeated by fonr or five
hundred majority this full. Flow
holders of Vinton county, be not
doceivod ! Vote against high taxes
nnd bondholders ! Down with the
Bondholders! Up with the Flow-holdersl
E800ET. This is the title of
an organization of live Dem
crats wno arc mating prepa
rations to attend the Nations!
j . il I T 1 ma
me 4tn oi o uiy. i ne mem'
bcrs of the organization are
becoming very numerous, ami
will reflect the feelings of this
'great section of country in
referenco to -a Presidentia
Candidate, The "Escort"
will leave Cincinnati on the
30th of this month, or on the
1st of July, and in a body
proceed by Special Railroad
Train, exclusively for the use
of members, to New Yor
City. The enrollment fee is
$25 for each member, wind'
is sufficient to pay his rai
road fare and traveling ex
penses. Theodore Cook
Cincinnati, is President
the Escort, and T. P. Barry
is supposed that the Escor
Train will pass here on the
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
Why is Money so Scarce?
few individuals are now mana
ging tho financial affairs of the
country for their own spociul inter
ests. The Radical Congress has the
financial affairs shaped so that it
can direct the Secretary ot the
Unitod States Treasury to do just
na it orders; : The Congress and the
becretary of tho Treasury are tak
ing up as fast as possiblo all the
debt that bears mo Interest and all
the debt that bears currency Inter
est ana converting it into gold
Doanng interest debt which inter
est' is about 40 per cent, above
what the interest would be in cur
rency. That is the way the Rod
cam act as financiers I The Vinton
Record endorses just such financier
ing as that.
Let as go farther. In the Treas
ury this month, there are seventeen
millions of dollars more of gold
than there wore in May. Jfany
people would have supposed that it
would have been hotter to have
takon this seventeen millions, that
is now lying idle in the Treasury,
drawing no interest, and employed
it in taking op five-twenty bonds,
upon which the laboring men are
paying six per cent gold Interest.
There would have been in this littlo
transaction saving of million of,
dollars in gold year, la the shape
of interest on the bonds. But such
an item Is not thought to amount to
anything by the Eadical financiers
in Congress, who control the Secre
teen millions of dollars in gold In tho
tery of the Treasury, While seven-
Treasury more than there were in
May, tho Secretary culled in and
burned np over eleven millions of
dollars in currency, that were cost
ing the Government no Interest
The gold debt is increasing, and
the gold interest upon it. All the
indebtedness that draws no interest,
and all the indebtedness that is pay
able in currency, is being extin
guished while an enormous amount
of gold is lying idlo in the Treasury
and drawing no intorcst, more than
eleven millions of greenbacks are
called in by the Secretary of the
Treasury and destroyed. That w
what makes money so scarce so
tight just now I,,. That Is tho cause
of business being depressed I That
is the cause of tho hard times 1
Burning up the greenbacks and
letting the gold lio idle! That's
financiering I Radical financiering!
That's the way Bondholders do
business I The poor men ought to
see "what's the matter now T" And
the Radicals, who are squirming
like fish-worms, are begging tho
votes of the poor men who are suf
fering bocauso the greenbacks are
being burnt up by tho millions of
dollars. Tho Jfccordhas a fellow
to scribblo for it who squirms tcrri
bly, and then asks the poor men to
vote for Grant voto against reason
and common sense I
Do you see why money is so
scarce? Reader, wo can tell you
plainly that it is high time for you
to see that the Radical leaders are
taking from you all that you cat
and wear t
JUDICIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
Th Dtmoerter will meet to Conten
tion at Portsmouth on Wednesday, July
16th, 1808, at 10 o'elook A. M., for the
purpoM of nominating a candidate for
Judge In the 7th Juliolal District. At
one o'elook, P. M,, on the eame day, for
the purpose of electing a Diatriot Elector
and placing iu nomination a eandldate
for Congress, Id the 11th Congressional
The ratio of dolegalet la each county.
wm ne one from eterr two hundred and
fraction ef one hundred vetei eaat.for
Judge Thurman, for Goreraor,
The number of roles in each count; In
the Judtctal District, areas follows, and
-v.. uv , uv cimueu io me louow-
' The Wber of votes In each county, In
ths ConBrMioni Di.iri ... .. fii.
and each county will be entitled to the'
following number of Delegate :
The Executive Committee in each aoun-
logs and eleot de eirates accordinvl
By order of the 11th District Con
I. T. MONAHAN, Ch'm.
JOHN HAMILTON, Sec'y.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION !
Tho Democratio Exceutivo Com
mittee of Vinton county, do hercbv 1
DELEGATE CCUITT OOFVElfTTOI.
to be hold nt the COURT HOUSE,
in McArthur, on
Monday, Jane 23th, 1868.
at 1 o dock P. M. of that day, for
the. purpose of selecting candidates
for the following county offices, to
bo voted for on the 2d Tuesday of
October noxt, to-wifc ,
SELECTION OF DELEGATES.
I he Democracy of tho several
townships will, therefore, meet at
the several places of holding elec
tions therein, on
Saturday, Jane 27th.
between the hours of 2 o'clock and
'l l. T ir j .... n , I
to BAIU convention.
IhO rate Of representation IS 1
(lolerrata for everv OR voton rnat fni-
JlldffO Thurman for Govftrnnr. In
-' Or tlkf '
-' 1 I
J . 1 1 . . . . I
iuut.uuluio tur uvu iruc-1
tlon Of 12 votes.
The following is tho nnmbcr of
c nrrfttna til wl.inh the ....!
' " eav nv V V1HI WIT U
ships are respectively entitled:
Eagle 3 I Jackson 4 I Wilkesv
Brown 6 Madison 7 Richlnnt
Elk 9 Vinton 5
Swan 3 Knox 2
The Convention will appoint dolo
gates to the Congressional and ju
dicial Conventions, unless further
notice is given; and will transact
such other business as may come 1
ooiore tne Convention.
Ry order Dem. Er.
SELECTION OF DELEGATES. D. B SHIVEL, Sec'y.
SELECTION OF DELEGATES. D. B SHIVEL, Sec'y. Extract from Speech of Hon. E. B.
lion. E. B. Ward, of Michigan, a
Republican, and President of the
National Manufacturers Conven
tion, and who visited Vinton county
a few months ago, as many of oar
citisens will remember, made a
speoch at Cleveland a few days ago,
in which he said he had littlo hope
of reform from the great party so
fully represented at the Chicago
Convention, because nine out of
every ten of the delegates were
either office-holders, or expectants
of office of profit under the pros
pective administration. Of the
great corruption party, so highly
praised by the dinhoneet newspa
pers, he said:
"The politicians' Interests are to keep-sis
large an army of paid hirelings sublet
to party control, as possible; and now
that army ooniiits af over ,000 men, of
all grades, whoa whole living la earned
by the sweat and toll of those we repre
sent; but whose bread and butter depend
npon the eohesirt power ef public plunder.
The eost of these officers ranges from
11.000 to 13000 per annum each; and
nbea you realiie that every thousand of
waste confiscates the clear net earnings
over expenses of about 20 worklagmen,
you can then imagine the great wrong it
infliots on ths people.
I believe, gentlemen, that onr whole
faancial machinery ie basely corrupt
from centre to circumference; and, unless
some potent check be Inaugurated, that
will reform the abuses that now exist, its
utter demoralisation cannot be long avoid
ed. Onr miscellaneous expenses, that In
1850 were a little ever $2,000,000, and,
if governed by the increase of population,
would now have reached above 14,000,000,
have increased to the enomsons sunt ef
almost $34,000,00. This Is the account
to which n very large proportion tf the
money paid for spies and political Idlers
of all kinds is charged. The Freedmen's
Oureau, that was drained as a most bene
tele! engine of good, ka been so pervert
ed from its origiual ohjeol that it ought to
be abolished at oaoe, and the coat of its
maintenance saved te the country."
What do tho Republicans of
Vinton county think of that? It
is the opinion of an honest mem
ber of your party. Put that ex
tract in your pipe and smoke it,
Vinton Record, scribbler t You dare
not deny what Mr. Ward has said
in his speech.
Referring to the fact that Gen
eral Grant has a sentinel on duty
.1 it. J r ''.' .
cuusuiiHiv m mo aoor oi ' nis
apartments, a correspondent of tho
Macon ffin.1 T.-Unm,A .I,.na il,
p(1 !;; ;:,tf a i r.i.
........ '"uuuiuvi uviivrui tfiiUK
aiiu iuiiiru.es oi mo unv enueti.
the old hero repaired with many of I
tho citizens, to apartments prepared
tnr him in fhsif morrnihnAiif r.n.
w in kniiv unit; n iaivii u Durut:
ture, the St. .Louis Hotel. The cap
Iam " Irish company detailed n
stalwart son of Erin as, a sentinel,
at tuo Uencrals door. There he
"uo " n ia niunuf, wnen tno
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tho Oenernl described him. and
turning to uoncrai Jjowis, asked :
.J 'V" "ivu i
wn,y n sentinel at your door,
I shall ever remember that look,
"- vav.kiii.uuh, Mj uimi us
L ilml. nn tn tU ai;,.l -.:,t .
he strodo np to tho sentinel with
manner which was the General's
uiy cood man said ho. 'what
Jirfl vnii rlniniT nf mv Arn warUk a
- j -"j v-M. vrnu a
musket in vour hands 7
'Tho cautain placed mo hero ns
your guard, General.'
'Am I not in tho mi 1st of the
Amer'can people t Am I in danger
ua 1. Q -k.. 4.1.
from these? Or is this intended
as an honor to me 7 If no,
despite it I Go home, sir, and tret
your dinner,' and turning to nis
guests, he continued. 'Whenever
mi American citieon oy nis public
.-. , , , , . . I
conduct renders a public miarrf
of that man !'
iicceHsary to nis protection, bewaro
mi re-nomination of Hon. John T
wuson lve entire satisfaction to tb
people of our county. It was a righteous
endorsement of a faithful and capable
publio officer. Democrats freelv
edge his honesty anl ability, and, If we
uisiaaa not. many oi tnem will voto for
him on account of hi sterling iwnanil
That is a lis a II mnnufictured
vw w. r .vi. v.v.u. aavrw 19 no rn ire I
satlsfaotlon" alwinl 1.1. . !..,!.. .,
sT.ui... I. i. . a..t v. . "
........ am n m - uuiu onaorsomeni or
faithful and eaoable nnhlle
because he ll neither "faithful" aw "on. I
cable In anv rtsseet. avnent ta m.v
. .... . . " ' I
Lrat a. h. .l..-l k. .. t.
..j . .1... :,tJ. ... '
worn IVIIUI WUIIII Wll II Ul DB tXtel lAllsTtlfl I
a man na .n.t .rvi. .,..tt.. I
" w" - .... 1
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are 01 e-1
P"m - dam. coonty will vol for
, " . .
bolder slid a banker It mok nh.it 1
misrepresent thl. District y tongw-
was "ro-nominaiea" in a liaeasst way I "
contrary to fl wish of the Bcpubll.
cans of Bciote, Adams, and ether ceu a ties,
it I wrong for a littl bondholders
organ to come out and "freely" lie aecat
; " '
E"" It. We respectfully ask
0Ver7 Republican who moy take up
papor to read th article) in
$vf Gcner! OiBot.'! . .. , , I
brim M of Blood, Colds, 8ors Throat
Bronchitis, ; Coughs, nus all PaUnoatry
AffcetUon, ate cured b; Use 1st of White
Fino Compound. j
On bottle af . W. Poland's Humor
Doctor will ear any ordinary humor, nod
a half-down bottles till curt I he worst
at of the Corofela. Bold by 0. W.
Elstoa. :" !
0 Truss Comiio Back Aoiin-Tbe
House of Win Jt Co., C Zaleskl, Is again
represented la the market by Aaron WUIt
if that well knowa Irak It la a an to
disguise thn (act that the Mleetlona of
Dry and Fancy Goods and notions suula
by him are always far upcrlor In both
quality and prioc, and besides being Die
moot valuable and suitable for the market,
to those of any other . House. The new
and endless variety vi Goods will arrive
this week, and everybody should go and
sea if the price do Set nouad like eld
FoaPhu Perfumery, g to fiUson'a
Drug Store. .,,., , .
Andrew Jackson. A Beautiful Extract.
Tell me the winged wM,
, That round my pathway roar,
Do you know som spet, , v
Where Hardware can bs bought lower, '
Some store with seven car of goods,
And fancy things you know,
Where one can bny most anything,
At prioe very low t
The mad winds raised, and- ia a fright
Did thunder yes! at C1U ft Rlehmond'o
Hardware 6 tor I
0 and a that Howag and Reaping
Vlechlao the best ia the world. It is
us tolling about all lost have, because
they have everything farmer and ma-
ohenU can think of. V
for sal at SImob's at
Mr. Aralada Caldwell, on North 8tret,
In this town, haa opeaed a Millinery
Store and ha rcoeived a net splendid
stock ef Millinery Goods, suited for tb
Spring and Summer tsasoa, suck a Bon
nets, Hat Bibboa, Flower, and every
other article kept ia a MUUuery Store.
Tho Ladle of MoArthwr ' and violnltr
eheald give her a ealL 8h ha all (he
utest desirable goods, with ths richest
jrimmlnti f all varieties, mads up In tho
grsatsnt pnrnuioa, at very tow prlots.
Btixxs. we bate just priaUd a lot
of Blanks lor Justice of the Fcaoo uav
monses. Subpoenas, Kxoautioas, Ac: and,
also, aU kinds of Blank Deeds. All lot
sale at tie eetraU,.
Haidwabu, Tinware, to, useful loth
fanner, tho Mechanic the Housekeeper,
and to every other person, can. bo brught
at the large eotabllshment of Strong
Uibbens, at extremely low prices. The
lurmersenouM not rati logo and set their
Mni.. ..j -...m.-
Andrew Jackson. A Beautiful Extract. Fine Farm for Sales.
Any person wieking n kloe hens eeuld
not do bettor than bny U acres of good
a stds r the state
Rod lding froea Uc Arthur to Athens
rrom Vinton SUon on tho
m. n Ma. . . . ...
a- a. do j acre or which ar-
under cultivation and all under fence.
upoa which ther Is plenty ef timber.
iMiing won oi water, m aumoer of
never failing springs, a choice
a lo dwellim
of eonl of th best quaUty, which cm bs
easily taken to the boat xearha I.
' " ""w"" V
f thai awlt Iax sa tkla susu. . at
w nn wa wemans nnuwi. nnjnr sM nirm.
k wwm, oat milt wti f idmkl
Cattle and Horses for Sale.
i save for sale a number of Hones.
several good Milch Cows, on Da Tok of
Oxen, and a number of two-rear old Steers,
inoe wishing good bargain will please
call soon, at my residence, on mile west
of ZaleskL Mis. Diirairr Bcwxw.
, , , . . .. " 12 fwuviiw OI IIIH
Cm Mia Mth tnml tu.
w. muvbt, oi swau lowiuliln.
Well, Henrjr, we should llko know what
you went Mil done that fort Of course you
Know; trat wowlll only mar that we with that
yon and your loving friad mny onjoy aU Ute
blowings of wetlll life hoping that the
Durthunn soay bs light and eon, and that s ou
will "never crow weary iu wiu. dolus.
KOPEK. EVOXIBKRI Pleevw
fini.lfl U A. u. Till II LTT ajl Ml.l.llflutu In.
A HOST OF DEMOCRATS.
IbI.klV. .t. JI-i. ..;.," ,r
Lt?l Dmo-ru' wV
Wn arc authoriaed to announce tho name
Kditor EsQmsntt Fkun tinonsM u
acandWatelortheoflleeof simiff '.Swea
"""'""I war ssw sapafeij bvhiiv "'m
w am auHrsrlaad to annoanea tho bum
Wn are aathorlee to hbmim tK.
Henrv KMnuilitau. arwt at-talA t. aast A
Miblnoi to th thrnukm oi thm inil
Tw., To, win piesa. a,
Towawtaip, a a candidate Sor tho orAoe of
nenrr v. nam.ni aUrbfoad
nuuiwr, wifm tv uw aacaaipDiOi mo IStmn
eruUe County Couvaatlon.
Wn are aathoriae to aanoane tK.
rredertek CradkebanKh a a eandldate foe
County Treeearer, suMeet ka th Snreatoei ef
.i.aie.a.ML ui.ni, VJoeTeanoa. ...
pthtaat. , vT!7 , ,v i
Wl are autltorlaod to aanitunea taa neme
Johnathan Rriae aa a eaoditlato air the
otUoeof ileeara, Mhreet to lb deekekan of
wn are amnorfaed to announce the name of
M. MiiJIUIvmy as a eiiiHliUut for Recorder.
ffij tiSL0. 1
1 1 . v. -.1 .I.'K'.ir It - i-i
Vt wirn tub Tiams. It I a gaod alga
t ss people always np with th tlmee.
Bnslnee mtn generally nr always watch
ing th different markets, so as to be not
only up with th time but up with ths
lowest price ef geeds they wish to buy.
Tb old reliable Dry Good Hons f Daa.
Will A Bros. I never bshUd th tinea
always la advaace et aU ,thr. Th
Ira ta ngaia Mprescatod la th market
by Aaroa Will, k alway tclect th
mot beautiful and fashionable Dry floods
of the Ineet quaUty nt prices that suable
tb House to undersell nil ethers. He
knows Jurt. when CEIiP TIMES so I
Bow tot everybody g and see (be He
Goods which will arrlvs in a day or tw
ta cadlesf variety. Tb prioe ar to
aouad like OLD TIMES I We tosaa Just
what w nay. ' '
a Fr Pr Drup and Medlclaes, go to
Sisaoa' Drug 8tere.
RECORDER. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R. TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I.MTC Albeaa ,
- . M.U.I
-i issue. a.
' ;. m
. .. .
12.10 A. a
TRAINS GOING EASY.
11.90 a. a.
IX ts "
I l.to -
W. W. PEABODY.
[Reported by J. K. Will, Dealer in Dry Goods.]
A.ple,Gre, pM b.TS Asrle, Dried, ltd
1SS)2 Iriih, while, sale
H3 W I rlonr. per Mil. u,(
I I MolaMes,aVno as
15 i, .. iram
M tnia Salt, per bM. XlO
SPECIAL NOT CES.
- LOVK A!tn MATRIMONY. Th. .factions of
mar tnmi bj Fnlknrke. inm
pie rule., end !l mf marry luafilT, if deaired,
without regard to weHith, see, or beatrlr. Mend
LUULL DEHARBB, BiCi Bow, KewTork.
offered lilieral indtwemeat to aet as aawata, aad
aa opportuaily to earn Irani S3 loSIO per dav. No
enpltal necessary. Knvlos .tamp and addrees
TftlPP a CO., Eighth Stieet, New lork.
EBRORS OF TOtt TH I can aetd you Ssaitary
KuieaaiM liMtniMtua. m will enaht you t.
recover yonr Manhood without the aseef Medl
efee, by simply Wlowlai the Lav ef Namr and
or Health. Enclose strnnp and addrea HENRY
anuBS, nsetiea r. new York.
am now prepared to ftirolsb yoo with oenataat
.mm;in.a m yeur OMHa the whole or your
tim, or in vour span moment, ntuineat aew,
lijflit and nrolltat,!. Fifty cent to Sft per ea
ii. is easily earned by persona of either aex, and
th koya aad frl ear nearly aa much a me.
GreaA in.lut-emeDt are end tlioa who will
devote Iheir whole tim totlm bnaineaa, and that
ery person who see thie aetloe may aead ase
their addrees, aad tea the amines lor th.ro
asJvea, ! m.k. ih (ullowia imp ml tailed offer i
Te all who are aot well satisfied with the
bustneat, I will send II tepay lor the trouble el
writing me. Full particular, direotloo, Ac,
ut tree. A sample wil be seat by mail to all
wheadI0cat. Address K. C. ALLKN,
"i Ceivnsr, Ohio.
Siatt af Ohio, rStifoa CVuafy;
Joel A. Walden PUintiC ) Vlntna OMtrt of
, aaeinst fCemmoa Pleas.
Wfllmna H. I idaon et.HlJWts. I Kiecutloa.
Byv'rtneof aa execnttne ia the ave ene
from the Court ef Cemsae Plea of Vie
tea eoaaty, Ol.io, aad to m directed a Skerin
of Vinton aeemty.tihio, I eill or peblie ml, at
th restdeaee of Kdward Newsoia, near th Town
of Wilkesville, in WilkMTillo Township, to Vin
Monday, the 22d day of June, A.
at the boor oft P. M. of said day th (ollowinr
goon and chattels, to-wit:
Three Yearlinp Steers: .
Three Calves, five months old: and
wa raa. '
a wo suckling Calves.
T.ken as the property of Edward K .wanes te
nnisiv an ezeuuoe irnm mli mmv i. e.M .
.vci n. a aioea.
Term of aale Cash in hand.
JOHN J. BHOCKKT,
P.aP.na.Atfy. " Vo eonnty, 0.
June li, !SiiS-2w-
rotkea la hereby aiven that flmn w
W. leletone , Adrainiatratnr of the Estute of
Wlllinm Whetstone, decenAvd, haa nied liix
akwiuuiii nir iiiKiimifin anil ntmi inftiuinnni
inJflt ftV!toOwrt of Vinton countv, Ohio,
W 111 Oil Will niwisism iKa u?thiU.,r
Jnuo A kk.?u '
t . J08EFH KALKlt,
Whereaa. mr wl la. VJlaeheth r.mitn. Tr..
klu, wltluiut any Juxt cause or provlrntion.
, y wsmi, a juewiny, June at,
1MHK. la JackjeMlTriwiiahin VliitAn Miint. t
Therefore, 1 do hereby give noticn to the pub-
tvrollne, on my account, aa I ant determined
not topiiynny deliteor liabllltlva ooutracted
br her mm the daionf her iliimrinMo. a
in an to irumor oaroor the MUd Ellmbetb
.aubwn Tp, Vinton Co., Ohio,
for the ImaiediaM relief and permanent ear a
that eooduioa which nnSIa the. sntlerer from
nerfcrmint- th duties ef Uft. and which ri.
rrnm a morme eewnHea or Hie Kidoey and
Bla.lder, aad reeult. bs aerveu poetratieo aad
have need th la remedy ia mv orivata an.
Nee with nnvarying mireesa mr many yrars. I
am theremre indneed to oner N to the fllleted,
iminaj tonaiwni 11. ism win oe appreciated.
It i adapted toa:iuenuRmeatBefllieUiinu.
LIFE, HEALTH AND 8TBEB0TH
all who asa it aad willow mv dirretiona. h
never Mia te reiaor Nervou. Iicbiliir. Iaannl
ey, and all Wrakeeas arising from Exoesae. er
I9iiiiin 1n.1n.11e.11n1, ro.uiun.nl
of Meninrv. kiervons TmmMIu
r.n!eaBt Uinma . . ! . Urnrl l...,i.i.
eak Nerves. . . Itimne. atviin-
.l.k. . w 1 .... .TT""1
watch, af aegiecled, will asanredlv lead oa to
INSAS1TT OB COBoTJlaFTION. ,
Whea th awtoa I aae HUA 11 mia
recover without kelp. Is must be
INYIQOBATKD AND aBJLN'QIHKNaU)
enabls the sefcver te falWt taaDaie.afr.Ia.
erjold by PrwcifeJ ram Kawywheto.
O-Prie II eer belli i aiz hottlra br SA. .
eit by Express, ee receipt' ot the meaty, by '
Private t'jculara sent fretf:' sncl.. atanm.
TIME WATCHES I
. . . i
Fine Jewelry and Silver Ware. Benedict
liroa' Aew Blore, No. C91 Broadway, S
ln between Amity and 4lk Bt reels.
Benedict Bros., Ill Broadway. Keepers
w. .ee. new iorx wty Tim. Bole
A genu for th Bemontoir Tower Clonk.
Also Agents for th celebrated Amort-
an Waltham Watches. Importers of
eovwiKw wnienes or tb most Celebra
ted Makers. All of our goods are war
mntod and we age th to th FubU
w lowest rates.
691 BroadwBy, ew York.
03B0BM MAN CFACTU BUG C034PAMT
. 1M BUeker Strsvt, H.T. '
WB(r1JTRD AMD CAGM.
Wnaf, aelei, bv tbrs torn, at BndW
& i-Mui of lb Lai-
These Cues are ef a sveat variety of Atyle aad
.Z? 'ls-tein: om i ia tl".True!
Uoa. They are Verinia Proof. Bird FnnqiTr.
will appreciate the points of eaoolleneeVto be
fcunrf ia no other Cacsa. 'nTreelTed i thS
h.Sbest premiun.. at th. America. Jaau'w,
bew York Slate Fair ef tscT. """" ano
.'ioi A." V"n n stamped with our
VZ Oreula7Vnd Prtei
in) GEORGE Q. HILTON, OniaAl Amt.
Davtf h,tmt Tkre, Mint. lf,zer
This most o.M domearie aHieUn.. , ,
to he pi.ldic k, the saving , tabor 7n1n?
This mfc bin i. for mixing ekT of jITSI
rmu.g the operabeTElyrpi; Wi
tboeoMKhly. Alfwlll he eonTiaced Ihattha' !2l
reach of every hmilv. An-,? ."
n Wet 14th st. Ff. T.
BENNETT, JOHNSON & CO.,
Have removed from it Pey st. to sit Broadwav.
comer of Hudson st, Mew Tork.
MANUF ACTTJBER3 OF IBB
Fevr Patent Shkgle Bracket.
Sf.SIl'lft Br.",ke ' "Py adapted
roof and witk Tent- eTy'ndTk.T
ouieklx. wUkeo. aftiJTn
rrreiilars. Wrdern wommlv s.ll -i
i p e w ner doam. h.i i. .n...: ,
and retilr ' '
. ' , - l Bnantway.
I3S- Bmltj Srwisg, Eaknideriag sad Braiding
XaoUas. Oomplets.iUI.bls for only 02
M.j.11. na.Taw, sinie vr Female, to aell h
Koveliyflewinuand Kml.noid i... i."ff " !?
mnt imnl.t.V,...Vl -. " -T " nr
cit.Wi'l!?.."!.''--,?. "" 'be fcmou.
m if ...r. th.rA " . -7. "P. .""aa.
win insi a im-iiine,
. ,j nn:ui. cu.
It M J,,M,.l. ..j
W. IV u . ..... . .
out Ihe Hailed State.
T .V" '...muiirn tola maclltn. Ihlmi.k.
every family, lacladinja eeat manr who haV.
he fiig . priced maohee'ssr i"embroVd.rmI?
li can be aold in almost
CiroiilHr ,U 0,hr' '"""P
.-" mhj" wsrmneed and kept In order
for one year, FREE OF C'HARGK, F
fijiatea, CHAM A CO.,
8o!e Agent, lor th. United Siatea and Can.daa.
it Cliestnct street, Philadelphia, Pa
Ths Flrreaes Srwisg BmUxs,
Was awarded the flrst premiums at Ihe k.llo.
SX. nd .ta1ostriia ICzlubHiona during
t.ij" '1 e-naian Agneullnral Fair,
RrrSif'i' N"w T.urk diHtural Foir
Buffalo. American Institute, New Tork. Mart'
SSI Lewell" ht,timon' Mha.'C AaZIL
rsides nirmerons minor Rl.t. n.j ....1- m
thrOUXhODt th Count... Ik.. ...1,,; "
eaoauca tscwoie Mtrama Co.,
Bend lor a. IDnttrated arcU"a'", " Jim
Tiemann'g Laundrr Blue.
This Bla is mann'aetnr.
04 expressly for Washing
p" oy ine wcii-xnewo
CJolor manuaictarera. D. F
Tiemeaa 0. aad Mnt
perfectly pur sad free from
aeid.it aupplieo a waat whtub
has Inag keea felt, a Blue
wmea wiu aot lalure the
m It ia pat np In convenient fcm, ia bottle, or,
aarinoaewnoprerer nainf the pewder, la neat
wouueo Doze, ooia oy grooers and druggist.
a. luininn, ooie Agent,
240 Pearl Street, H.r.
FIBST FBEMITJM FIAKOS,
With Iron Frame, Overstrung- Brass and Agraffe
Bridge. The best manulactured) Warranted lar
kw Piaae, Helodeon and Organ af six trst
cla. maker, at low price fix essh, ereae Mh
the ballaace ie moeihly instslment, I
f'irsentsnd rent monav ai.nlil irmimhwi
Recond-nand Instrument as ireat barcains.
Illnatrated eaadngnca aasiled. )Mr. Waters la
the anther ot six Himdsy Hchooi Mom. book. ;
"Hvjnly t' mKl "New S, 8. Hell," but'
HUBAvB WATERS A CO.
Wnnrooma 81 Broadway, IT. f.
1 a warers naao' are known a amona the
We'ean speak of the merits eftk Water'
nsno rrom persoBAl knewfedg. a. belad of the
. . vnnnan l.i.lllg.ncr. . .
W have owe ef Mr. Waiera' Piaae aew in onr
rn.iu.iTCw, iwnrr 11 nas Mood tor year. .1 of
which any manufacturer lo the world might well
.eet7o s;:.a.:"?.h.if5 .u.i
city, ss well as several celebrated i.nia, bav
1 a , ' . mrwmwmw yimmmm. MVB I
MrfOTBIM BTI Mill MuttA a....! .11 af. 1. I
...p.ior.4 finr-TirrinTn; I
nuorsententweould aot giwe.-llome iounT.1.1
for laetaatanaeewly Wlver-Phtling Copper, Srasa,
wi'WMMmm oiirer, Drutua. M.
Th beat article ia the world for notiahln ul
- . ..ti .... .im Fn war. 11 KIVflB
ana wore surer ana) ptaied wane all
immmiiv r aew, aunin. aa suver where It
an giving It a beau U lei aelisa. Put
l 1 ..1 . - ... . a . .-r . I
i.D..m W.1MM. mn v na. rani. . 1
pesaHet Uaauftwtiwed by
iim, wvnv9 in Ktn. so par Kit naaKln. I
11 d. an An, Cbomist, -
10 Elm sU BridMDert. Conn.'
wbasa all etwam aw trial sample asnet he ad-
areeaeai eer an or ar igfiiea .rWM
lIUHBAUICilArll . I
Part Bow, New Tork, General Araala. f
Affeata wualed iisrvwliere ta intMrfu u..L
artieles Ad'lmntle njaulaciux.rs. TJ
ik. ; .., 1 v. j i;-.; r,
ejv il iniii i t 1 iiyas.it' .1 t.t eiii 1
be I "
VA&U-AJ&136 Tig jf ave- a . . ve
caaband " . . -- U IAIX7
rW OLD) BTTtAafij
SADLEEI AND HAKSS
... , : KTABIISHIIENT.
Main Street, . ... McArthur. O.
Bridles. . ' , '
4 U,t J, "
MOST DCBABtK uiwww..
WWEB PBICE3 THAN
All kind of wort 1u.11
""Repairing done wry ree-onable,
r--?'lTOT? '' eni prleeu.
Bern familiar with the ..i..
killlul .onlk-iTl S. -WertioB and
et speedr nku a aZZ?" . ""eds to
TllflfUVi r.- JA "r?l
send aiy artterlI T.Jr 7.",!M"P ' a"!
TalnaU treatise e loo ' . , ' oent. a
m u E.ri I I . a, ax U NJ . ,
iith, it. oonwcki.B,.. ..j V" frer of
lllmt.dCiu,;"P win seed
Ion.i...tV1. .J","wn 1
contaiaia uAZ!r,y'U HH AHviaer,"
AddruT ro''rest o the so.
U n- ...""!" eeo wr
J. S. STEOHQ'S
U eosAsUutly receiving
Notiomt de. .
10 yet stat, Chup
than can be bonght elas
Blank Books, Inks.
at low figures.
.White Lead & Oil
I sold at about coat.
JJA.TIUI MABBIB QIB.
Bee leave a bin tk. .1,1.. ...... .
adjotalagcountie, u,.t be f$Z4 U
" BCBEAU T0P3, , .
TABU Tors, Be.
dk Afrrevel Ityhm,
AH Work; neatly and promptly executed.
price.: " V" my iloek
m ay aioea aad
rtT!rlB t retire
yluable farm, Mtmmti two mibrf.l.'"
gurMtn 4 tjlrn U 17 Harrh
onder ctiltivatiou. iZrZZZl.-T?T?
anra of bottom land; two cn,roiu,bkV TdweU
J".T bealthfob wZahLVl
aiHlatabiw two nice urehartiB: U tTr7"
ber and water. Tb meutl - JtS.? '!"
lVt p4Mi w,u sutdln aeperHto btuUmuZ
fotlier. AamsOIUirru, ot w.nw,iTL
town proper! r. can he takes 1. ,:Srr?''3
rot isarUeuUrs, enll on or atidrran '
J. W HIIWCV U..al.
Or A. ELLIOTT, on tha
. . . .
BrShM" srm of Irie Aoree; 12 Acre an
drl Mate af ewlUvatWij jSTL "!!r
ereeb bottom. bkmiIw is. - ' '".e-we of
taach" or aeoueMl
,k. Afi n.ii.... ...
Hn. .v. imiinMai .iuiu.MtAf .
. . . - " ' .... -m.
7 , , ........ 1 n ninna. A witnA
lawi onwk running Uirungh Hie wi Zi
Apply to RolieK LyV, tUa eociitaauL aw ll
IXB-Bhlvel, McArthur, O.
- T'X'OIIXTIUX" Jl.T? XtA. W
rui.iui.n u ...... . , s
iw i iSu'l2LStlJz'"J!Tne e
7--t ...... BaewereetnUea.
. W-, . " " ' i " . JKr' "ana, rKMiswand fkua.
""""swwajisn nt; aurwl well of m.iic, i!
dK yard. Bl lute t mi( L.Tl'f f. ,lu
.. --"J Ml..