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M'AKTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY JUNE 25.18C8.,- '
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Ji W. BOWES, Editor.
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i'OR f RElrDENT OK THE t'SITtn HTATIM,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
ubjct to Die division of tlm Pi'IulktiUIc Sh-
. uoiuii ion vt'jil ion. .
Democratic State Ticket.
For S(irntiiry of flfntn,
" TThoiuft' HttTT)rA; 6f fanS1"''
For Rnprom'A .Tvidgo, "
William E. Flnok, of Perry.
' For Memliot Board PiiMleWorku,
.Arthur Hnghei, of Cuyuhot;,
' For Miool Coiiimliwlonur,
Eaniuol J. KU'kwood, of H- nwa, '
'; For Clrk of Hiiprmne Court,
' Jol:n Miffell, of Mahoning.
The Political Church.
As wo have before (stated, it can't
ho dmiied Umt (lie Jlotliodirtt Epia
copal 'ChurcU is a . POLITICAL
CHUilCII. Tho'Goubral Confor-
cnco 6C't!o Norther M.' E. Church
wn8.: m scflb'ioh a fow uays ago nt
Chicago, and a resolution was offer
ed by ! JJishon Hiinpson who does
not know Bislioj) Simpson? and
nnanlrnously hdoptcd for tlto Cou-
leronc9 to ongnye in priiyor to uod
for the conviction and deposition of
Proaidoiit Johnson; and in order to
convince our numerous readers that
we are correct, wo copy the follow
ing, from .the ' Christian Witness,
which it qaotej fi'on tho Memphis
and Arkqnsa-i Christian Adeoacte :
This body which met in Chicago,
May 1, is busily employed upon
matters pjlitical as well as eccle
siastical; but ot courso, tho most
important measures have not yet
been nnnliy itecideu tho session
threatening to encroach upon tho
first we:k or two of next month.
The question of admitting tho
representatives of tho mission con
ferences formed in tlie South, was
thbalod ably and at length, and on
t'ic ninth day of tho session was
tleeided In favor of their admission,
by an overwhelming majority. The
question, it was nrged, is on, not
ot color but of law. All, or nearly
nil, wero willing to admit tho ne
groes to seats, if it could bo done
under tho law ; aud finally they
were admitted ton only in num
ber we believe, the remainder being
white men. It seems though, from
tho Chicago Times, it was found
difficult to get homes for tho negroes
in the great city of tho Northwest.
The Kevr Mr. Hatfield, of Chicago,
finally came to tho reseuo, and of
fered lo take these brethren to his
led and board, whereat thero was
much applause. But next day he
bogged permission to. withdraw hi
offer. It Was painful to decline theii
company, but it wus not convenient
to entertain them., So they , were
ussigneU to a cheap boarding houso
Saturday last, according to rcso
lutions offered by Bishop Simpson,
and auoptod unanimously see news
by telegraph tho General Confer
ence c;ngagod in prayer to God for
tho conviction and deposition of
x'resiucnt Johnson, buch is obvi
ously tho meaning of the resolutions,
interpreted in the light of tho well
known politics-of tho body, ai con
firmed by a special dispatch to the
"Washington Chronicle, irt tho words:
The Methodist General Conference,
representing a million of mombors,
unanimously domand conviction"!
Well, doubtless, human and hellish
enginery havo boon, Employed at
Washington to procure conviction ;
And at Chicago, tho' fanatical preach
ers affoctod to call Upon Heaven for
liolp in, tho timo pi t need. ( They
did not call in faith.
This week, it is likely- tho Gener
al Conference will, make ;but little
progress in its business, n political
affairs, in connection with tho Re
publican Cbuvontion, will ' absorb
many mombors.' Alas for tho
Church I Alas for the country I
Pi i 8. A Mississippi , ournal,
giving tho 'Dews from 'Chicago,
makes , tho.' impression" that , tho.
"Southern delegates" admitted by
tho General Conforoncb, represent
tho M. E. Church, Soutlu Tho
mistake' is ludiorous. :
The Negro Decision.
The Padleal Judges' of tho . Su
preme Court of Ohio havrj tnnclo
Negro Suffrtt2;e an issue in tho cam-,
paign by their late decision on tho
Visible Admixture Voting Law, that
"Mai ettisen having vitJiU admitiurt
of AFRICAN. BLOOD, but in whom the
white bloed prrponderat, are WHITE
MALE CITIZENS vitliin the menning of
the -Constitution of Ohio, AND 11 AVE
THE 8AM8 RIOHT TO VOTB AS CITI
ZENS OF PURE WHITE BLOOD." ,.
llero' w have it that ' a saddle
Colored Negro is a ithite mctlc citizen'.
Vliito men,- you defeated that same
Radical bantling at the polls last
fall by a majority of .50,000 Votes.
Do you propose to hare that which
you rejected, crammed down youf
throats, wool, stench and all .; ; :
til tli card if Dr. Uarler, the oetetra
ifi E and ' Ear Burgeop. His next
VMUoHaBidca it ill biThundiy, July 2..
JUDICIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
Th Demoonej will matt In ConTen
tion at Portsmouth oa Wedneadajr, July
I5ih, 186S, itt 10 o'clock A- M., for the
parposa of BOmlaatiDg a ndidt for
Judge in the 7th Julioisl Vistrlet. At
ooe o'olook, P. M,, $n the eeme day, for
the purpose of eleotlug District Eleelnr
end placing In nomination a oandida'e
for Congress, In the lllh Congresilonal
District. ,. ,; ,.,.; j, ,.,
The ratio f delegate In esoh oonnty,
wltl be oue from ere ry (wo hundred and
fraction of one huntlreJ votes east for
Judge Thurmaa, for Goternor. - " t i
1 The number of rolcs ln each county In
the Judlolal District, are as follows, and
each county will be entitled lo the follow.
tng number of delegates':'
, TOTM. PEL'S
Jackson County, J 82 1 9
Lawrence " J259 ,11
soioto " . , . .21.83 . 13
Vinton .." . ,, . . 1634 , 8
k : .7.".; . c mo
The number of votes In eaob ooimly, In
me wongreationai litotrlol, are a follows
and each county will be entitled to the
following number of Delegates: :
Viulon ." ,
1 he ExecutUe Commute In eaob coun
ty, are requested k hold primary meet
ins: and elect deleftaies accordingly, ' -
ISy order of the 11th District Oonjjress
ionul Coamittee, - ' -
JUDICIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. I. T. MONAHAN, Ch'm.
JOHN HAMILTON, Sec'y.
JOHN HAMILTON, Sec'y. DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY CONVENTION !
The I)omocrutic! Executive Com
mittee ot Vinton county, do hereby
call a "
EELEQATE 00IJHTY COM7BTO01I. . :
to bo held at tho COUJiT HOUSE,
" in JIcArthur, on '
Monday, June 29th, 1868,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of that day, for
the purposo of selecting' candidates
for tho following eonnty offices, to
be vptod for on tho 2d I Tuesday ! of
Uctobcr next, to-wit:
Recorder. '"' " ,
SELECTION OF DELEGATES.
The Democracy" of tho several
townships will, therefore, moot at
the several places of holding doc
tions therein, on
Saturday, June 27th, . .
between tho hours of 2 o'clock nnd
5 o'clock T. 5L, and elect Delegates
to said Convention.
The rate of representation is
delegato for ovcry 25 votes cast for
Judgo Thurman for Governor, in
1807, and J delegate for each frac
tion of 12 votes.
.1 he following is tlio nnmbcr of
dolegittes to whictrtlio several town
ships are respectively entitled:
Eagle 3 I Jackson 4 I Wilkosvillo C
Hrown'O Madison 7 Kichland 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 Conventions, unless further
notico is given, and will transact
such othor business as may come
befwo tho Convention. .
J3y order Dem. Ex. Com.;
D. B. SHIVEL, Sec'y.
The Visible Admixture Bill.
The supreme court of Ohio hat decided
the visible admixture bill unconstitution
al. For ourselrcs we are bettor satisfied
that they should do this than not do it. It
will open the eye of the fifty thousand
Republicans is Ohio, who voted No I on
the amendment to the true designs of
their party leaders. They wore told fre.
qnently by their party leaders that negro
duff; age was not a party Issue, and that
the Republican party was not nledired to
support it. This infamous decision in the
face of fifty thousand majority we think,
will bring honest Bepnblicans who claim
to b white me to their seose s. Hen.se
we say we are glad the d eeision is a it is.
Tub Ghat Btos. Th most '
and Jentructite storms, within the recol
lection of the "oldest Inhabitant," visited
li southwestern part of th State.
Tuesday and Wednesday of last we;k tnd
particularly along the it. $ C; B. It,, from
Cuillicothe to Cincinnati, Th damage in
all the cities and towns 1 heavy, panic-
arly In Cincinnati.' All ,th Railroads
leading into Clnoinnati were more r less
damaged th Marietta & Clnoinnati suf
fering lb tnoJt.' No' malV was reoived
frqa the west from Tuesday until about
o'clock on Sunday morning. ' Most of
the damage on the read, however, . is be
tween Frankford and Linden'- a distance
1 21 iuilis. Bridges, and trestles are
destroyed, and there are nt,njr heavy
slides. 'A large laboring' fore was Im
mediately concentrated at the damaged
prints, and ion Monday th train passed
through abqut the usual time., ,y,';; r r.
, Psarci's I jusl th tlao to fo for Ice
Cream It l so delicious, ro niael , Ws
wero thr th other night and "used op"
em, nnd know that it is th best thing
to lake during th warm day and even
ings.,- Uo and get om. , '. ,,'. ..' ', .,
Till! population ..of Portibror' ns
given by, the Banncry is 6,549, divi-
aoa as 'oliowsi 1,414 Americans i
2,591 Germans ' 094, x"Woll j ; J25
English j 2!)2 Irish ; 47 Scotch ( 4
roriuguoso ; y Xanos, .
Nogros. ' " '"
Colfax on Grant.
Colfax was last
fall an aspirant for the Kadi
cal nomination for President
in opposition to II. U., alias
U. S. Grant. Colfax himself,
or some of his friendy at his
request, issued a circular en
titled, "Sixteen Kensons why
our Republican Party should
not- run ,: General Grant for
President in 18G3.' : .
Of these reasons the six
teenth and last was as follows
. ''Because Illinois gave us
the immortal Ijincoln, and
Indiana offers our most Avail
able Candidate, meaning of
course, the Hon.' Schuyler
Uollax. ' .' 7 ; :
.'. Out of the fifteen remain
luff., reasons '. given in this
Colfax circular, 'why Grant
-should not bo nominated for
President by the Radicals,
wc select the six following;
' "1. He (Grant) has all he
deserves at tlie hands of the
American people. ' 1 ' .
; 2. JIo could not driver an
inaugural address. ' ; . -'
3. 'Because at this partlcu
laf period. in the history of
our great country we need an
ABLT5 ' AND :i ; EXPERIENCED
STATESMAN at tllO i White
House.": :; ; . ,; . : ;
4. Because ho has proved
a failure in every ' capacity
pursuie of the; military.'
. lie i claims lo have. i no
T T . il. a
knowledge of politics or na
(5, IVc have one hundred
better men for President." ,
These 'reasons of ; Colfax
why Grant should not be run
for President, are strong, con
clusivey and every one of Ihem
undeniable. Wo commend
them to the serious and pray
erful consideration oi our
Every Bond must be as Sacred as a
Soldier's Grave—Speech of General
Hawley, President of the Grant Convention.
[From the St. Paul (Minn.,) Pioncer.]
Tho Ifadicallientiblicannartv. bv
their Chicago platform, has 'lifted
tlto vail, and let tho nconlo soo bo
hind their scenes, and they toll us
that money is as sucrod as the sol
diers blood. And they say still
more. They say the rich bondhold
er shall be paid in gold, but that
tno crippled "soldier shall be paid in
Is "Tho National debt as sacred
as the gravfts of tho soldiers" is
this true? Is this tho voico of the
pcoplo? Is this the sentiment to
bo taught the tax-payer ? Is wealth
as sacred as tlio soldiers blood?
Are ' bonds as sacred as the sol
dier's life? Are wo to writo the
epithet of out dead soldiers ou their
tomb-stones as follows : " '
"Ou r D iot is as Sacred as Your Blood ."
Ihis sentimont, when interpreted
properly, means this : '
'lno rich gave their monev to
carry on tho. war."
"The poor gavo their blood to
carry on tlie war.
"Tho rich must bo paid in gold."
'The pensioned soldier must bo
paid in papor."
Tho rich 'still live :' the poor sol
dier is dead."
My monoy (tho Republicans say")
is as sacred as your gravo I '
Mr. Editor, I want you to keep
this Republican prinoiplo boforo the
poople, and wo will sue who indor
ses itat tho polls,
[From the Spirit of Democracy.]
Seu a to has passed a resolu
tion of thanks to Stanton.. For
what? For making skeletons of
ablo-bodiod mon'in their prisons at
Bcll,o .Island , and Andersonvillo?
Better thank Grant 'for doing the
awe thing. Mp--.- l n. u;.: .
Tub trial of jefforson', Davis has
been postponed till October;
n hy don ttlio Jacabms try him ?
They 'have the 'Courts, tho Nisrser
jurymoti and H the pbWcr necessary
to couvics in ineir own nanus, is
tliaro a acrow loose ? Tell as, Ja-.
cobtns, what's the matter. ' i
Tiib soldiers in Washington' City
voted the Domocratio ticket, whieh
created a hub-bub at Grant's hoad
quarters, The .'yrestige of- the
ilderness Butcher is truly won-
Hoo-BAtr for Grant-ftolfax-Chic a-
go Convention, Niggers, Bondhold
ers aud Carpet-baggers, shoatjthe
tadpole Jacobins in thff Departments
at Washington j but they keep mum
over , the result of the Democratic
victory in the samo city. ,.. :,;n, .
Clano, clantr. clang,'' coraos tip
from . Oregon . the . deathrknelt; of
Jacobinism. Uil out your1 hand-
kcrchcrs," Jac's I ! : 'V' ,'.'!;' '. '
G a ant's prettiae as a Presidential
candidate on tho Radical ticket, was
tho means of wearing a Democratic
triumph' in TTaDhtngton "City, 'his
home, oii tho 1st InsL ,,.C1'.". vvUt A
: I W'nr don't some able-bodied Jac
obln Tell: hoo-rnh for Grant anil
Oregtm? That Grant dodgo has
.soured on tlio Jacobins.
Thosk Democrats out in Oregon are
Cussed . rebels, ain't they Ruds?
Ought to bo impeached, oughtn't
they ? Ought to he reconstructed
by Butler & Co., oughtn t they ?
Dkad Duck Forney's' resignation
as Secretary of the Sennto has been
accepted, lie was allowed to go
without explaining his deficit of
(40,000. , Such is Jacobinism. ;
The 2few York Trib M is sonio-
what agitated on the subject of
Bond Taxation. : So are the people.
The Tribune says H is. nnconstitu
tional to Tax theni. " It will bo dif-
ficult to convince tho people that it
is Constitutional to tax ono kind of
property nnd unconstitutional, to
tax another. About one-fifth' of the
property of the country, is exempt
from taxation. If Congress has the
constitutional power to exempt lrom
taxation one-fifth of the property,
it has tho constitutional right to ex
empt the entire., property of tho
country from taxation) If all tho
property were exempted from tax-
ation, tho Government could not be
run. Congress is utnler-- implied
obligations to the pooplo to mako
every particle of tho properly of
vuv-tuuuirjr. wutriuute equally. 10
the support of the Government to
make the taxes equals If there is
no constitutional power' to do this.
tho subjoct will oo agitated until an
Amendment iBJncorporatod into tlie
Constitution' to ta 'Bonds.' or the
Tho tax mustbe madelightor. Thaf
is a sen-evident proposition.
Black and Tan Pow-Wow.
A few Black-and Tanites (sometimes
called Radicals, met at th Court Houst
last Saturday evening for the purpose of
choosing delegates to their general Pow
wow next Satutday. As you wer not at
this meeting Mr. Editor, I will tell yon
something about lu ', ; " .
There was no strife not anyonly a
little fight over Auditor. The other offi
cers wer let go by default; as far as
they weie concerned, all was peaoeful.
Mr. C. Frenoh, (not Cy ) was called to the
Chair, and presided with Presidential
dignity, although he occasionally over
looked minor points thought by Jefferson
and Cushlng very impoitansuch as calling
lor toe nays to a question.
Esq. Mark appeared In th arena,
"brimful of fight.!': "Ther comes the
Orand Army," says a properly qualifica
Enter "Cy" with a list of nine cocked
and ptlmed Felton delegates. '
Enter one of Rannell's friends with an
Matters were arranged, and from
chaotic mass came (dis)ordor in voting for
delegates by yeas and nays (when not
luiguueu; insiesu or me usual manner
by ballot, each side strove lo nominate
delegates the faster resulting as follows
Orand Army oi the Republio and Ran
Grand Counoil of 8tay.t-Homo Loval
lets and Citieeu Felton, i.
During the proceedings ' several rich
and racy spceohe were delivered by Ihe
uuioai orator wno ntrangued Swan
Township in company with old Jo Ben.
nett. Ilia elegant apnea I) for "V. ora mflfi
from the country" were listened too with
rapt attention, but ' more men" didn't
oome. At present writinr. thev are an
tho:r way and will ba her at tha n.rt
How 6 Men Did It.
M. Edito! Perhaps Ue peool of
Vinton oounty would be happy to learn
how 6 Republican met In Zileskl, and np
pointed 6 delegates (o represent Madison
township in (he Republioan Show to oome
off at MoArthur next Saturday, the 27th.
will tell you. ' About 1 o'clock last Sat.
urday 6 of tho good and loyal got together,
and a 7th went to them and said : "Where
are you going?" Th 6 of them answer
ed : W arc going to 8hadea' Mill to piok
tooth. lb 7th man. not knowin
muoh about picking teeth, thought it
would be all right If he didn't go to help
"pick a tooth." Ho stood baok-perhans
thinking about Ihe subject.; All of the 8
then proceeded around a baejt way and
arrived at the School House, oven at the
back window of the School House, and
orawled through tho back ! window
into th House, where alt 6 of them organ-
lied and isitlly appointed each other as
delegates to the 'Onion. County Conven-
lIo.M Just tf th appointed' th 6
delegates to which th Township of. Madi
son is entitled I They wire tiokled about
itthe 8 eret The tth wasn't so mheh
tickled ; (tnd it is supposed' that' many
other are not .tickled. On Monday, one
of th wilty and rkilfnl 6 entered into a
conversation with the disappointed 7ih.
and spoke unto "the' 7tE as follows "Yon
ar a damn poor thing rlo split off frort
me party oecause yon ain't a delegate.
You had better goiover to the Democratic
party and tell the in the Republicans huve
ruieii you out." l suppose the disappoint
ed tth. pan then Undtratoo, how. the 6
men' "pioked a toolh in Shades' Mill."
Now, reader, if you are in th Convention
at MoArthur next Saturday, you oan learn
tn names ot tu tj who orawled into the
back.. window and .appointed each other
delegates lo represent this township.
How 6 Men Did It. OCCASIONALLY.
Zaleski, June 22, 1968.
Tnc GloRtobs Focatit. Th anniveisa-
ry of th birth day ef our nationality is
drawing near and yet aolhingi so far aa
anow, nas neen don towards eelebr.
ling th World wide famous foch. , The
city authorities. ha aot mived in th
matter, neither has any particular sooloty
don anything In the premise. ' In less
than two weeks It will bs upon us and
mere it but mile time to prepare fur it,
Fob Fin 'Perfumery, go to tilason'a
Drug Store. ,
Mrs. Armlnda Caldwell, on North Street,
in this town, has opened a Millinery
Store and has received a most splendid
stock of Millinery Goods, suited for Ihe
8prlng and Summer aesson, such ss Bon
nets, lilts Ribbons, Flowers, and ever;
other article kept in a Millinery Store.
The Ladies of MoAithur and vicinity
shoald give her a ealL She lias all Ihe
most desirable (roods, with th richest
trimmings of all varieties, tnade np In the
greatest perfection, si very low prices.
Pio Nio--The Young Men's Chris
tian Association will hold a Basket
PicNicin the vicinity of McArthur,
on the 4th of July. Tho placo will,
be announced next week. . '
School Books for. sale at Sisson's at
half price. y -
Fine Farm for Sale.
Any person winning a nice home could
not do better than buy 55 acres of good
land, situated on. each 'aide of the State
Road leading from McArthur to Athens,
1 mile from Vinton Station on the SI.
& C. R. R. about 85 acres of which are
under cultivation and all under fence,'
upon which there is plenty of timber, a
never failing woll of water, a number or
never, failing springs, a ehoic yoang
orchard, also dwelling himo, two' veins
of coal of th best quality, which can be
easily taken to the best market. In a good
and healthy location. Chance for a good
bargain. For further particulars, enquire
of the editor, of this paper, or of ra.
DrinHT Bowks, one mile west of Z.leskl,
Ohio, . . '
For Ayer's Medicines, call at . Sisson's
Cattle and Horses for Sale.
I havo lor sal a number of Morses,
several good Milch Cows, one fine Yoke of
Oxen, and a number of two-year old Steers.
Those wishing good bargiins will please
call soon, at my reaidenee, one mile west
MRS. DELIGHT BOWEN.
. E,?.re "ntboriiMd to withdraw tlie name of
J. T. lttwkuH amilidato tor BUerlir, i
We nrn nnthoriaed to announce tlio name of
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J ' ". .."vmwji vt MIU. AWiUUCrUUU CUUllIV
KpDCH. KJIQUIRKR! Plcaan atitlntltton IhA
nillUH Of A. L. Kllllliir aa u ,.,..,.11.1.,... a..
Hhc.rifr, gulijctt tu tUo duulaluu of tholX'iuu.T
oratlc County .Convention. ,l
A HOST OF DEMOCRATS.
Diitl Booth iu u randldute Tor Hliertff. aulilrait
WKnre nuthoiinvl frt aiinnt.nA- i,a
ny. n. numiuiix n riinclKIHIt' T(ir Hlll'llir,
auhjeet to tho ilwlslon of tlio Ix-mocnitlc
Wa aro nntlmrliuYl tn an
iviuiiiiiiiiiii hub CTtiiiuinto for Auditor
mihJ.Hit lo tlm Ii1hIou of tlie Uuiiiocmtiu
-oiiniy i;oiiventioii. ... ti j , ,, ;
Wk iuc nutlidi lzi'd to announce tlio tinmo
of David Foniiimii h.s iifimidhhiUifor Auditor.
siiijiia to tlie decision of tlio Duniuetutic
v..,..,, yu V.'lilfOII. i - J ,,.. . ,
Wn iirK uili(,rli!iia.biHilioniioo tlitiimmc
' Jii iiiTir iwviioiuaaartniiidiuitto for Auditor
sul(tmt lo I lie ili'i-iHion of tlio.tluuiourutlc
MMIiiwkx : Yiuwlll plcnsi nnnnnnoe
..... iiionr o, ur. iirury .'.-.ituureinf JClchlltlld
iowikiiij), us u I'aiidiiliitii for tlio otlleo of
ximiiiir, aonjoct lo III,' MwlslOll OI tile Dl'mo-
We nrc nuthorll to annonm-e tlio name of
II. K i-oiili' nan ciindldntn for Tn.nn r
jifnoumiiirwioiioi me iemucmtlo County
Wa niV flllllinrlKOfl t1 nnnAimM, tl,a ..atvin .1
inline u, lieu um rauidldiiti. ror TrramiriT,
mlliji'ct lo tli Uoulslun of the Uuiuovrutlo
Wu am niltllorlXfMl to nnnntinm II,. nnnm
of Dr. A. W. Jimies of Miwlison Townxhip, an
cundldnte for Tnwnrer, subject to the dp
cbdon of the Democratic Count' Convention.
f. nro authorized to gnnminn. tl.n m.n,o
FrtKlei'lckCmdlelmiiKliiw a cundldute for
County Treaaurer, subject to tlio division of
uviuucniuc (.ouuiy uonvcunon.
O. CBiwaaacundldiitofor lU-conler aulilivt
tlio declalon of tho Dcmociiitic County tW
Wk are nnthorlrcd to nimminm, ihanntn.
Johlllltllllll ItrillO IIS II cnnilldutn for II,.,
office of Riwirder. aulijeot to the deeialon of
thi) iN'inixtratle County Convention, on the
Wk nr nitthorlitinl tn nnnnnncn tho
M. MiKlllllvniv na a nindldata for ltmi,.r
aublect to the iloclslon of tlm lk.i
Wa aro nuthorlscod to unnotincji Hia mm.
Jocltiwn Wartiiian na n eundliluto for t'oin-
inimioner, Kiiiijw'i ui me uecuion of tho Dem
ocnittc County Convention,
We are authorized to nnnonnca tlia mm, nt
John W. Wilkinaon, of Eagle Townahlp, na
acandldute for Coiumlwlotier, sulijeet to tho
declalou of the DvniocmUu County Couvcn-
KllITOtt KNOt'inEIt! Plenac nnnnn.M H. a
hnmo of V. W. Hiiviipm. of Kaulu Tixvtwbih
n onndldntc for tho nfllin of
aubjoet to thediwlaltm of the Dcinoerutlo coun
uonventlon, tobe held .Inne-'Mh. -
Mr. Knrroa : ' Aa no cltlien nr Irnn 1w
hlr hns ever held A t otitrtv nillco.
aak you to nniHinnce tho heme of Wllllnirt
Stanley tut n eaudldiito for Commlwlolier, aula.
Je.t to the deoMon of tlie Democratic County
DEMOCRACY OF KNOX & MADISON.
Wk nm nuthnrUwl to nnnnnncn lb
Henrv H,ih,rt.snn. of Xlnillsm, tnv.,.i,in u. a
"or i.uruiier, huiijih'I io 1110 (lecliflon
tho llt'iilocriitlijCmintyt'onrentlon.' '
CORONER. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI B. R. TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Id in a.
, ll no ' .
6.i4 ; .
lb 1.1 a. at
51 A II..
i.earea marietts '
l.aaves Athene :
l.cavna 7.Nl.Hbl .
baarea llnmden. .'
TRAINS GOING EAST.
... ... ,
Arrlvea Lnrelnhii . i .'
Arrivf.attlam.ha.fHa ..1 it
6.:illA. . 6-Ml a. m.
l!l I S IS l
,l a . u va ,
Arrives Hamden, .11 n .
l.it a.n, ia.no a. .
rnVAB Jtalaak-t. . .r, t
M.U ...,; laMHt
'-. t . art
rrlva Athene :
. . i HM .4
i : .4e. : s.rai
Master Temporization. SPECIAL NOTICE.
. LOVE AND MATRIMONY. The afTactloea of
irw opposlta aea may ba anmnit hv ratlnwini aim-
pi rnlea, end all may marry happily, if desired,
without refurd lo wealth, 9 or beaotvi Head
addrmtniid eump (nr partieulara. to MAuiat
i.(.(.ii,i.r. i.'i,.MAiii!t,, bible Uuu-c, .m Yoih
For Pur Drug and Medicines, go to
Sisson's Drug Store.
[Reported by J. K. Will, Dealer in Dry Goods.]
Jppl". Green, .r bu. tn A pnlen, Dried. 1 W
.B""er, 90 y,
Beau. ; ,.. 4.M I I'flba. u
Cliirkens, 1IMt Irian, whit. tii'.n
Hour, par Mil. i
Suit, per bbl. 5,
J)YB AND EAK, . wVrtf. . . ; ,,
Da. HABTi:R,JiiitlniTul8hed rorhlsgrrntauc
. (.' r"e In
Corinfir EhntuieEB and ' Deafneea.
Tlft llntlidcn, Juokaon House, Tliurn
uny.juiy zu, and Kil.lay. 17tU; Siitiinlny
August 1st. nnd frliliiy ami Sntunlnr, 21at nml
July lat, Tlitimrlny, li'ilh, Frl.lBy, aist arijj
Ur. Harier la a regularly eduvnted uhiwiman
of !i0 years experien.a. He haa f Iran fpecial at
tentioe to Ihe dlaraaesnrtli
Jiierehy ol,hiiniDK Jegree of proficiency in this
trestuient that cn nl be olrfali.ed in a fire-lime
'. of common praf-ti.-e.
' Dr, Harter liaa Uiplonias frrra. Medical Colle
gee as good aa anT In Eiirop or America. He
i lias (Ho, wii', I a good
Eye and Ear Colleges, Hospitals and
;' Jnrfimdries - - t ;
A" '.."' h TvoHd. Hr Harler Is aenuajnted
with all tliegru:it unprovementa anddnsoveriea
v. tiir age ju viirin
7.m... C. f J r. '''''. '
we 4yc una &mrt, apeut, Of
. f urns, on we tar, Vtantu aud i..
(, ., Soaring m . "&n, Hart.Lm. ' ,
r. . :Cu Fwt,.,&nctr, .Scrofula,,.
t'iilaia and Pdti. ' '. '-, ,.,
CROSS EVES. CURED IN A MIKUTE.
ARTmHtih EYES -".i
Iurerted without- patJ havjnu tile color arte
movhil ai iht ,:';-. ,)
Natnral EyO'nhcl' Artificial TJrrim's
inserted without pnint: rcatonog theitieamiK
' r9a eWWi ItA - . .iX'jL'jKatfi'
rVHZ OLD. RELIABLE
SADLEEY AND HANNESS ' iTa!
.; ., j,..;, .ESTABLISHMENT,
Main Street, , McArthir','6.
. ' r., : . ..,1 V .;onj
MOEEIS ' EVA3STS, "
Havlna rcrttted 3il Baddl.n-jt sh'd llnrnca,
ISJdaWlsliiniiiit, are now niniiurscturiiiK of the
: ', ' 'I' " 'il ' .ali
Saddles. .. -
I 1 'i-iiiin uf I.IU10
'.nHitfll68lfr.i ' O :nn(, . i,
i; I : -iw.i. i i J.
j i :
. .. ).,
AVnvt. 11. I'.l. ...... ... ' ... '
.w. ,,ii,,K rim- i-oimrcron with sucu an
Inatltuilon, And got In the 1r.
MOST DURABLE M ARK E Rl
''" :- ' : 1 atmocll .!'...:;:.-)
LOWER PRICES THAN ELSEWHERE,'
.... i. .
A !l klnda of work nently dorie tn ortler, and
,.,t auuauillllUl allU llUI'rtble, :
nepnlring done very rensonable,
aW-C'alt exuuilne work aud lenrn prices.
' J. S. ETEONQ'S
BOOK STORE, '
Mc ARTHUR; O.,
Is constantly receiving
1 ' ' :.
. Notions, dc
iO per cent. Cheaper' .
than can lvboiight else-
Paper,, ":'. '.
Blank 33wkn, lake,
, "'" ,1'itpor, .... i
i. ; ., 4c, ..
, , at Jow flgiirea, . ';
AThito Ihd Jt'' Oil'
V "sold at about .'"' ?
y .... .
jA?lTHIIH WAXBiB WtjUlgi
neaa leave to.inJt.rm the niliaana nfVi.ina mm a
adJuiuiBgconaiies that he prepared to lurniah
: ' . .' ' - thtin Hli --
'I'. .J , ' . i,.J I.--' !
'' ' BUREAU TOPS, f " .
" ,I. .... .1 i : . a !tl i: imi,
; . ; ; ; TABt TOPS, hp
Th Latest aid oral Approved Stylo.
Alt Work neatl, aid promptly eteented.
''. "tdl :
AUmypr eesaie.wiBelv lewer than those of
olher shuns. . Persona ahttutaumhaain iK.
Lprlces ' ffPW"- f ,"71toeli and
pnop-in njamue lliilltrmg, on Main Street,
ret. J7,i!joa tf
TIME WATCHES I
Pine Jewelry and Silver Ware. Benedlr.
.Bros'Kew Store, Ko". 681 . Broadway, i',
V, between Amity end 4th 8treets.
Benediot Bros., 171 Broadway Keepers
of the New York City Tim. Sole
Agents for the Remobloir Tower Clocks.
Also Agents for th celebrated Ameri.
. f., Welthitm Watches. 1 miners of
Foreljin Watche ef the most Celebra-
; ted Makers. All of nur goods ar war
rented and we offer them to the I'ttbllo
' St' th lowest ratea. 'i' ; ... ,
' ! ... ADDRES8, 1 " V r
X -';,l t, ., .,.!?,.;.; ;(
No 691 Broadway, New York,"
OSBORN MANUFACTURING COMPANY
. 109 Bleeker Street, N.T., ,.. ,
'"OBTtORA-" DTRD'ANn AMMAI, CAGE'
Hnnnraiilnrnd solely by thia Company at Hrida.
'' fjdtf.1l, mdat JUMit of to Ui-
These fae are ot arcat variety of rtvle aud
1 hey are inial,d in a apperior manner mo
paint of any dWipiioh-aliieh la ao fatal to
Uirus and Anltnila-bein,, naedio their ronetruo.
Thar are Voiintti tw( w.-.i p..-...
Gintlou-I All ninr I'WM am alamnaJ .in.' .
name upon tliera. Bend tir Circular and .prlu
,4rrB6B O. HILTON, CmnAi AuwTt
. . isi r4 um loj'wrxx.'as'sa.i but m,
batii' j'at'nt ' Three Mi7cX"-Jtf
.MymMU enerjr Family, 7rf ftam.
4B.Sf.4 fo'UiuranL 1;tI,: ,. fj;
'ievi ' -'- ' 1 ' ' ' "' ' r-'; ''."I'ifii.'
Th' mn n.eful domeslio rtieJeear nffared
ThlarrnV'hlneii'ft,rmfiir ckn rf all kind!
toiled pot. toe., tor inoubbrw bJ,
foriniiig-tb . oneintion nUH.kly,. perfectly and
,crmIKbly. Alf will be co'ntmced Q
e er.ul will to farther and . r atte will be much
better -n every way when mmh, by IS I, Miaer. .
It ni bUo iiM-ftil to the painter and the druiwift.
ffi ? W.I? '"'t,"'l'"r'. IhoroTighm
. ?V'.,hf" m-''lne .-in (,e foun5 inva u
?eb 2t?!f hZn? "a""'"' th"
I von 4Mb at., s. T,
Hare removed from to T ey st. to lVt Broadway.
y ,., corner of, Jludaon st Xew York.:.J v
i' ' ' .'":iil- ' .' I Nr ':!" :,(' '..:U
.it SIAKCKACTURERS OF THE '
vJ r.:l.T 31 ('11;:, .
TLrll h5'."' b,?4j "Vr adaptVd (ti
wTth ?iL,21J",nuh,!' I,,V"''d Carpenter.
O ! 1 to L" I V 1 1, r. I : V " OOWn
V T'r.0 rVn a nail hole - in the roof.
eJcVlX -.IV"' "r,"'n- s""d,'or illustrated
SSttrt.rt';r t'VTTsvi ,r. witok.nl
Territory for aaleanvwhere in the t'mtaA fltatee
-' '' CIZ Broedway.--'
I2SV, , lovelty Embro'derhg sad Braidj
Vachina Oomplste with Table fwaoly 1 23
-"! : 'l .h i ;. 1 -AorvTs
Wastm, Male or Female, to aell the
Noveliy Pewlna-ntel Rmbmi.la. i. It...!.;" l?
rn'.'n'h1 f of work that can W 'loZ 'wit ,'
tlasl!,; I.-vk-fftch, that will not np nr break
even if everytmrdettch la ci.t. It iPdi rbl7in,
ail aat a bie.timo. We Want awnta. tth
out the l imed St,-, e. t Cnn be sc-ld in almos-
J M r. n"--ne. Ir it. eiSbmT,ler"r a
Ciroiilarl e M 0t,en- Mfud """P r"
ee.AH mftch'nes wnmulced and kept' la orier
for oue year, UtEE (IK V.UA ROE.
- ' BMWE8; CBAM ft CO)' '''""
Ho!e Agnnta lor the Unieed H.ate and ranadas.
........ ttChtJl'. l'hiradelphla, I' ,
The Flomos SewiagTfohUMh 1 "" '
Ill nair Hitmnl.ita ..:. . . is' 1
Buffalo. Americnn multr:i! V. Vk
K Lowei e' BaJ,i,"0f- Mechanic' AwlJil-
ReMdeaniimmrona i minor 8tnt rod county Faint
throughout the r-nnntrv ll,.,. ",r" .
claim- that the Kioaa-cVia Ih. beat .."J "r
inn machine in II, e world.
BwtNO MAcnnta Co., ' :" 1
Seadlfor an liberated UrclT"' f
Tiemanii's Laiindrv Bluei""
This Blim is mannlaolnr
ed expressly for Waahina
nnrposoa by tlie well-linwi
t'ulor nialiufni'tureni, D. T.
Tiemann 4 Co. i and being
perfeetly pure and free from
acid.it supplies a nai t whicii
haa Ioiik been frit, a Wu
wnii'h will not iujur the
Itia nilt ttfil 1 pnnr.nl.nl form In kvlllM 1
those who prefer n.inp; the powder, in 'nM
aooden boxes. Hold hy tiroeera and druziiatA. .
V H. T1KHANN, Sol Agent,
240 Pearl Street, N. Y.
tEL0DI0NS, PARLOR, '
, , , CABINET
. :: - - :' AND ::i
FIRST PREMIUM PUSOSt ,J
With iron Frame, Orerahmna rlra.a and AerafrV
llridrta. he best manutaotunid Warrantod tor
iifvenrs. , ,- u , , . ,.: j
lno Pinnoa. Melaleons and. Onruna ntii. At
cm niakaia, at low priuea for cash, or nnn Rnh'
eaahand the nnllanee la nKr,tbly Inatalmatil.,
aciiknud rent monev si'plicd tr nuruhnaMlj
Hocond-nniid ln.itrnmet at great tairirninaj
llluatratad iwtaloema wiled. LMr., ntora , ia
the author ot el.x Sunday School Mimo loka ;
;'Heavenly KotMa anu "JJew 8.8. Belli" l
iastteed t , '"t ' utrufj
f.-: - tlUHALU W A TKlla ft CO.I r '.il
..; .Wajerooiaa 8l Broadway SY. u
, . . TTIH,miMl.J .,..,,.,;
The WntrrariAn'M' are known i,
vcrv afT, N. Y. EvniiReliat.
W eart penk of the merits tifth ' WafarV
llanos from personal knowledge aa belix ef tb
very l oajality. Ohriitiao liiMHioehceri' r
We have one oi Mr. Wawra' i'uuioa now Is our
residence, (whr It baa atnoH t;t yeara ,) nf
whroh any BMnnfeetnrer In the- world mhrM -el
ba proud.. W I va atnya been doll, hu t with
. aa a awee Ion. d at powerful m.lm.nant, and
there la no rtout t f ita durability j more than
iliie, aonie ot the laat amateur playera Is tlm
city, fa well aa aeveral eelel.i-aied pianHta, Iwia
performed on said iano,aal all pTrmoAine it a
enpaiinr and nmi-elaas inalrmiiew, Nlruunar
lodoracment we could not gire. Hom Jounial
' JOlSILTEa-PLATIStl rilJID -Fet
msiantaneoaaly Wlrer-WanncOiaiie. Braaa
.- mavaHirw.lliwaS.aoVT' "tT
Tk beet article ut lira verb! fo Pialilaii a art
cleeniiiit silver and aiher platwl are. Jt aivoa
aid and worn rll ve and Vatvif vans ( th
beauty of M,iMtlnanvanrpwlir It la weni
off, and i Vina buuMktal pobab. Put up ia
two-ounce bottlea, Pnoe au c.. fiauanla t
for trial oe reeeipt of 'ut!i to ny tau-Uinn
and oata. MuouDnuired hy " "r.
10- Elm St., Bridgeport, Can.
T whom all orden. for trial unntplH rauat na A.
;ir.s4: ; tor ml by driatata vr,wnre.
. - DEUA9. UARNM41CCJ- .
II Park Beet, Mew arkk Oeaeral Agent.
ARent, wanted a-iwrywhare, a. rotjicdMo Ui
article. AUdxesa the luauulatturtia..
? ie fl at premiums at the folio-,
tng rnira and ludnetnal Exhib tiotis aiiriua
F.TWOI,- NrT. F,""a Anenlttirsi f l r,
I'rovidenoa. New V..H. m... .j.i...' . L" '