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M' ARTHUR, VINTON . COUNTY,' OHIO: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1868.
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Fob I'iivmikkut ok tiik Ukitko Htatkh,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
Subject to tlio derision of Urn Democratic Nil
iionni t. (invention.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Bocri'lury of Ntnto,
Thomas Hnbbarrt, of rogim.
Kiir Hilprenm Jinliro,
William. . Finck, of Terry.
For Member Board Public tyorka,
Arthur Hughes, of L'uyahoga.
.For School Commissioner,
Samuel J. Kirkwood, of Hetioca.
For (,'lorlc of Supreme. Court,
Jolin M WeMi. of Mulionlng.
Democratic County Ticket.
Henry Reynold, ofKlkTownslilp.
Dr. A. XV. James, of Mud iron.
Daniel Booth, of Vinton.
Jonathan Brine, of Elk.
Honry RMertaon, f Madison.
F. W. Hnynes, of Entile.
Latest From the New York Convention.
Dr. J. A. Monnhnn of Ilnmdcn
received n dinpntc!i at 5J Tucsda
evening frotn Dr. II. C. ITooro.whic
gives tlio following result of the
biillotliiiif on TueHilny afternoon :
1st lullot rendloton, 105 votcn
Ifiineock nest to rendloton. Ad
journod till 10 o'clock Wednesday
Wo b1i:;11 go to press beforo the
result is received.
Wilson, the Rich Bondholder.
Tlio ntuno of tho Radical Bond
holder's candidato for Congress, in
this District, is John T. Wilson, and
ho lives down in Adams county
where hois growing rich off of tho
bonds ho holds,' wliilo tho plow
holders aro working in tho hot sun
day after clay, to pay tho interest
on tlio bonds. Tho People's Defend
cr, tho Plowholdcr's paper, printed
in tho town in which Wilson lives
and Bits in a big rocking chair.
whilo tho plowholdcrB and other
laborers aro toiling in tho burning
buii, speaks of tho rich Wilson the
enemy ot the poor plowholders as
follows, bocauBO ho is well known to
tho editor of that paper:
The Radical candidate for Congress is
s stock bolder in on of the black-vomit
concerns known as National Banks, whiol
were designed ss powerful electioneering
engines sa well ss means of rewarding
the "loyal and "patriotic bondholders,
f .r his fidelity. The proprietors of one
uf these Da nig, who are always bondhold
ers, take IlicRO bonds t Wathinirton city
and deposit them with the Treasurer who
in return gives thorn greenbacks or "nig
.' gerbacks" for them with permission te
use so jiony thousand dollars in excess of
the deposit for banking purposes. His
bonds ara escaping taxation, and he brings
the money obtained for them boms and
lends it to his neighbors in d is trees at
exorbitant interests, and thus through the
injustice of a "loyal" law makes two
interests upon his tuon y. Is thii right ?
We would horohy notify the
Vinton Record and those whom it
may concorn, that if they wish and
aro determined to have a personal
controversy on tho subject of Can
didates for County Offices they can
havo Buch a controversy to their
cntiro satisfaction, including an cx-
1 position of tho Grand Army of tho
Itopublio record. Let a "hint to
. ". Iho wise be snfllciont."
Thb little nigger-loving sheet
pnntod opposito Hulbert's Stablo
has . suddenly commoncod loving
". the IriBh. Last fall it called them
nil kinds of names and said that tho
niggers ought to vote instead of
Irish and Dutch. ' How terribly in
lovo it is with tho Irish just now !
. It has forgotten how it used to
abuso thorn last fall boforo tho elec
tion bocauso thoy would not vole
: for. the Constitutional Amondmont,
and givo tho niggor liborty to come
.into this Stato to underwork the
, foroignors and drive them off tho
railroads and other placos whore
thoy work. Who ovor boforo heard
of a Know-Nothing-BIitck-Ecpub-
' Iican-Abolition-lladical paper or a
' stump speakor falling in lovo with
the foreigners after saying that hcy
aro moaner than the big blubber
lipped niggers I Tho Record had
hotter bo careful or its masters w
' chastiso it for disobeying tho Iiadl
cal Discipline. '
The Niggor platform of tho Chi
cago Convention was thrown out to
catch gudgeons. So far they can
nut loabt a nibble.
John T. Wilson, Bondholders' Candidate
Voters of Vinton County,
read tho following "Wilson
Items from the People's De
fender, printed at West Ma
rion, Adams county, the home
of Wilson, Bondholder's can
didate for Congress :
Wilson says that hs will b aC home as
oon as Congress adjourns. Why don't
he eome now? Ho might as well for all
the good he is doing anybody. He has
long ceased to ke (As Representative from
Wilson has been In Congress almost
two yeirs and yet he has never Introduced
a resolulinu or advocated a measure and
never delivered but one speech whiob was
written for the oeoasion. Do the people
of this blstrtol want a dummy to uon
Wilson says that be will be on hand
during the campaign with his usual abili
ty (?) to discuss the political questions of
the day. We wonder if hi can tell Hie
people how much interest he pays on hie
sixty thousand dollars worth of bonds, eh ?
Wilson is out this week in a letter ac
cepting the nomination for Congress. We
wonder who wrote it for him ? It sound?
like it was written by the same individual
who wrute iiiB speech,
Wilson has 1'iown by his letter of no
ceplance that he Is an a-ionisliing
demagogue. The voters of this Distriot will
uev.r again commit the gross error of
of sending hiin to Congress. We want a
while man who will attend to vu'te men's
interest to represent the ichite men of tliU
Wilson says "if the people rill but
eleothim" etc. They'll do it, Johnny, bj
hoakies, they'll do it to atny at home,
Tna Jackson Standard says that among
other thing we have "triumped up au old
lie that was refilled two years ao, that
Mr. Wilson was a deserter from the army ."
We merely mated that Wilsou's name at
one time stood upon the rolls of the army
branded with desertion. We re assert thin
charge and stand ready tn prove the as
sertion. John T. Wilson, by ordor of
Ueneral Sherman, wis branded, aul no
cording to a statement of the Scion, two
years ago, he had lo "court the favois of
a court martial" in order to get elear of
the atigina. We think that the Scion' t ac
knowledgement will be found, if our
memory serves us righl, in its September
issues, two years ago.
If you do not believe that the Radical
party is the Bondholler's as well as the
National Banker's party, look at its can
didates. In the sixth Congresrional Dis
trict they nominated a fellow namod
Eolith, a National Bank President, for
Congress, and in this District so eager
were they for a enndidste of the samo ilk,
they went out oj the Vulricl and piokod up
a chap named Wilson, who is also a Na
tional Bunk President, and nonuualcd
hiru as a Radical candidate for Congress
in this Distriot, The poor men of this
District, who are now iu the dutches of
these cnlnah artstoorats,vare expected to
vote for them and send them to Cougross
that they may feed and fatton upon the
peoples' bard-earned money in two ways
by interests and salaries.
Democracy vs. Radicalism.
During Demoorutio rule gold and silver
was the standard, and there was no such
thing known as a bonded aristooraoy, or
a bond drawing from the poor man a sin
gle cent more than from the rich man.
The Radical party signalled its advent
to power by abolishing the standard of
gold and silver ood Introducing gold in
terest bearing Bonds worth $1 12 in the
markot, and drawing $1 CO per dollar for
every dollar of it. The gold was gather
ed into Radical coffers and fortunes made
by investing their greenbacks in these
Bonds whan greenbacks were worth forty
to sixty cents on the dollar, compared with
told valuation; and their gold brought
them during the war from $2 SO to $2 80
in greenbacks, which were worth as a cir
culating medium their faoo.
That Is the financial history, relating
to bonds and greenbaoks, in brief of tb
two parties. The laboring man who pays
to make fortunes for Radioat leaders and
bond sharks will certainly east his vote to
return to Demooralio .rule, wbioh will lax
the bonds, pay them in greenbacks and
finally return to the old sUndurd of gold
A rev WotDs adoot Tim Six. We do
not wish to take any part In a controversy
that may be going on between individuals
through the columns of this paper and
the Echo, or any other paper, but it may,
perhaps, not be out of ptaoe if we say a'
few wtfrde relating to the six Republicans
of Zaleahi who orawlcd into the baok
window of the School House and appoint
each other delegates (o represent Madi
son township in the County Convention,
held In Mc Arthur, June 27th, the particu
lars of which were published in a com
munloation in this paper, over the signa
ture of "Occasionally," two weeks ago
the Echo of the 2d Inst., we find a oon-
munication, signed "Oae of tho Six,'! in
whioh the writer, who, there is not the
least doubt, la Robt. E. Phillips, says : "1
here take the liberty in behalf of the
doomed six of branding . Occasionally with
being a publio liar, and defy him to sus
tain, by any responsible man, what he has
charged us with." Well, Mr. Phillips,
that is indeed vory plain talk to come
from a person whom the people of .Vinton
oounty look upon as a gentleman in every
true seme of the word, when you so well
know that the faots set forth in the com
munication published in this , paper are
nearly correct: but wt will "bore lake
the liberty" lo say that Wmim D. Hio
ais, of Zileskl, informed ns'aboul three
hours after the County Convention was
held (June 27th) that the Acts, ai we
published, relating lo the appointment of
the six delegates were about correot, ex-
cept that he was attending ths Bay Farm
saw Mill and didn't arrive at the Sohool
House until the Sohool Uouee window had
ctn entered tul the six af oinU4-laat
he failed gelling there in time, according
to arrangement, "and the flva who wor
present made him the fllh. Now, this
"six" matter amounts io but little, and
we should not have alluded to it had not
the "One of the Six," above named,
"taken the liberty of bran ling Occasion
ally with being a publio liar, and defying
him to sustain, by any responsible man,
what he charged." We "take the liberty
to sustain the charge" by referring you
to Esq. Iligglno, as a "responsible man,"
The Grand Army of the Republic.
Tho nomination of General Grant
for tho Presidency was mainly due
to a secret political order known as
tho Grand Army of the Republic.
Quietly, undcrhandedly andcovert-
Dut most adroitly and actively.
is secret political organization
r . j
will work to Rwtnre the election of
its favorite. The mass of the poo-
plo havo scarcely a conception of
tuo widespread branches and ope
rations of this, their concoalcd, but
worst enemy as its tendency, if not
its direct objoet, Is to suhjoct the
country to tho iron rule of a milita
The Irish and Democracy.
Those Irish oit.izens who are of Irish
Birth we do not count the Orangemen,
who ought never to have been born in
Ireland, nor anywhere else the gre: t
mass of Irish immigration have goners'
i attached themselves with singular
unanimity to the Democratio parly in
American politics. Not only b cause the
principles of that party are the most
just, the most opposed to monopoly, ex
clusion and reside tion in general, but,
also, and especially, because Democracy
has over beeu the bulwark, the rock and
strong lower in whloh alont they could
ruft for protection against the narrow
and un Amerioan spirit of Native Amori
canisu. When Know Notliingism arises
in any of its forms. It naturally seeks its
adherents among the relics of the Whig
aud Federalist parties, and in the n odern
and powerful faction of Black Iiepubli
can. sin. Thus nut only by natural affini
ties (for the Irish are an essentially dem
cratio people, as pureCeltio races si ways
were), not only by instinct and sympathy
but in'solf-dofenco and from self-respect,
Irish ollitsns have with great nniformity
taken their eland in the rank of the Dem
It is enough for them that this is the
party which champions right against
power; the right ot independent commu
nities against centralis vions ; the right
of individual citizens against proscrip
tion; the rights of Amerloi agiinst the
wbolo world. Thcro has been no need lo
bribe them with promises of plaoe and
pluador; therefore they hive not been
bribed. No need to blarney them with
fine compliments and an affectation of
generous interest in their cause) there
fore (hire has not been mosh of this sort
of blari.ey bejtowed upon them.
Un the whole, we will venture lo say
(and not without soma pride) that no
large class of citiiens in this ceuntry
have ever givon themselves un with a
devotion bo disinterested to the support of
any party. . , .
We have not been famous in this Irish
Citizen for our indisariintnate praises of
mat same Democratic party for which
reason, perhaps, our good word may be
more valuable. We can not endure the
name of tnHhcr party ; and if we do
sometimes quarrel with it, we do so be
oause it is not Demooralio enough. If we
condemn its praatioe, it is heoause the
practice falls so far short of the principle.
But every day brings some additional
reason to bind us more closely to the Dem
ocracy, as against all other parties.
A grand struggle is now approaching;
and is almost upon us. The issue will
determine whether the UuitoJ States are
to be governed inside the Constitution, or
as Mr Thaddeus Stevens says, outside of
it in other words whether wo are to be
ruled by the law or against the law.
- No doubt, means will be used, and arc
now used, to dela te ths Irish American
oitisens into the ranks of the Radicals.
As an antidote, we print to day the earn
est address of Richard O'Qormao, whose
counsels are usually listened to with res
pect by Lis own cauntrymen. We believe
he does not iu any way exaggerate the
perils of the hour.
It will be a glorious reoord for our
countrymen, if by their unanimous action
at the coming e'eotions, they destroy the
Puritan domination, and thereby at oije
stroke restore the Onion of the States and
the oivil rights of our fellow-oiliiens
North amd South. They can do this good
deed. Jriih Cititen.
The Public Debt a Curse,
The public debt is a mortgage of every
farmer s homestead and a perpetual tax
produoing burden that makes him pay two
or three prioes for every pound ot coffee,
every pound of sugar, every pound of tea,
every yard of oloth, every worth of mer
chandise that he or his family consumes
Is it not desirable to get rid pf this
mortgage and this tax by paying off the
Then resort to the plan so fully ax
plained by Mr. Pendleton, hy which the
debt may be paid la greenbacks in. fire
Vole the Democratio ticket, and shower
blessings upon the country.
Uskless Blauohtib. A soldier who
fought under Grant, and was severely
wounded, relates the following anecdote:
Soon after one of those terrible butch
eries lo which our men wore so frequently
subjected through the superintendence of
Grant, in his Virginia campaign, an Irish
soldier was seen reading an order with the
name Clyases S. Grant attached.
"What" he exolairaed, "is the 8. for!"
"Slaughter ?" oried one in a loud voioo.
"And now, be Jabers,", exclaimed Pat .
I have the whole name- Useless Slaught
The disloyal shont in camp which fol
lowed was suppressed by the o flieers as
soon as thoy heard It.
The Pittsburg Commercial says that Gen
eral Grant has "boldly played his part "
He baa on several occasions done more
than that he has played a double part.
Hi HI '
Tho publio dobt bearing gold in
torest on tho 1st day of June, 18C8,
$2,020,827,841801 The Bondhold
ers rocoive gold interest on that sum
at tho rat6 of one dollar and forty
cents per dollar, for every single
dollar of it. : Who pays that gold
Into , tho pockets of. tho Radical
Bondholders? ,;,,;., - ,
The kUoring tax-pnyor3, ' (
[From the Spirit of Democracy.]
Niggers, bayonets and untaxed
bonds aro the support of Radicalism.
On tho first ' dny of Juno, 18G8,
the public debt bearing currency
interest was 9203,117, 540 00. Why
is tho debt bearing gold interest so
much greater than the debt bearing
currency interest? , Bbcuuho gold is
worth $1 40 and greenbacks 70
cents. : '
Don't you rice whore it pinches
tho landholder when you talk ol
paying him off with greenbacks?
.. The tax-payers pay out of tho'r
tax-ridden pockets - 8150,000,000
every year, rn gold, to tlio Bond
holders who aro csoinpt from taxa
tion. L , ,
v,Is It fiiir jij'tjioncst, tQ. the
poor to muke tlio rich richer An
swer at tho ballot box.
If tho fir s or fakes a greenback
five dollar li 1 for just what it calls
tor, why should tho JJondholdor get
it for 83 50? Is tho Bondholder
that much better than tho laboring
man ? Answer otmressod tax-rmv-
crs, at tho ballut-uox.
It has cost the tax-payers to en
force Negro rule and disfranchise
White men at the South 8100,000,-
Docs tho bayonet rule of Crant
and the Ladlcul party bonefit the
country? . ,
The public debt bearing gold in
terest increased during tho month
of May 857,440,550. Why?
io put money in tho pockets of
tho plunderers of the people, to dis
franchise Southern White men, to
ontriinchise ignorant Negroes and
placo tho South under bavonet and
Tho 15th, Ohio Congrcssionul
Radical Convention will be held at
Marietta on the 22d day of July.
Put your best man on tho track.
Radelios, and we'll boat the boots
off him. Monroe County Ruddies
aro sharp ; they have no candidate
Tho expenditures of to Govern
ment under Radical misrkle saddles
a debt on tho tax-payers of 500.
Is that not pitying dearly for
boggary, degradation and despot
The Radical Frccdmcn's Bureau,
for the benefit of worthless Ncgroos
cost the tax-pavers 821,500,000 an-
nuatiy.. jrous nw tun ot paying
iiio lax oaiano nie cost f-"' v
Tho Radicals cry along about
reckless expenditures, when, at the
same time, thoy have tho money in
Ruddies, thcro was an election
down in Niggordom tho oilier day
Mississippi. Have "you all" road
tho returns ? "Wo'ns" have. The
Niggers and carpet baggers were
licked out of their boots. You'ns
will find the returns in this issue.
: Radicalism, Rondism and Negro-
ism aro trampling tho interests of
Whito men into tho dust. The
remody is tho ballot-box.
In tho cstimaiion of a Ra lical an
oily black nigger, whow you can
smoll a milo, is jnst tho thing to
confer political equality upon.
The total dobt of tho Govern
ment on tho 1st day of Juno was
82,G43,753,5GC 381 Who imposod
this burden upon tho pecplo?
Tho Radicals did it by thoir cru
sade against ton States of the
UiHon, for the tole purpose of giving
froodom to tho Negroes and enrich
ing themselves, To accomplish this
thoy slaughtered 500,000 brave men,
leaving tho bloaching skeletons of
that number of mon on Southern
soil. They now jingle their gold,
stained .as it is by tho blood of the
brave men v.;. o n thoy murdored.
And they are determined to rednco
to beggary thoir surviving friends.
Men, voters, fathors of murdored
sons, will you submit to the vassal
age being prepared for you by tho
loaders of Radicalism? Answor at
John II. Surratt has been acquit
tod of conspiring to assassinato Mr.
Lincoln, and Is out on 520,000 bail
to appear and answer a new indict
mont of giving aid and comfort to
the enemy. '
The Radicals havo been, and aro,
the greatost onomios this Govern
ment over had, and we presume he
novcr oxtonded very much aid and
comfort to them. His arrest has
cost the tax payers $100,000, and a
blank is all there is to show for it.
Such is Radicalism.
Undor Democratio rulo tho yearly
expenditures of the Government
Under Radical misrule tho yearly
expenditures aro $500,000,00$.
V hich do you prefor ?
On tho 23d inst. the Rump Con
gress at Washington reduced tho
tax on whisky from ?2 to 50 cefits,
hy a voto of 87 to 37. '
Schonck and his brother-in-law
will looso a speck by that operation.
Tho niggorheads have been do
foated in Mississippi. Listen for
the action of Congress on that sub
ject.' Thoy must go tho Niggor. say
the Jacobins, or be guarded more
closely by Grant's bayonots.
Tho night of the 20th a collision
occurred about thirty miles from
Cleveland, betwoon a steamer and a
barque and both were sunk. There
Were twenty livci lost, among them
were Mrs. l'arkor aud child, Mari
The Radical talk of the reckless
extravagance of Johnson's (idininis
tration. Do thoy suppose tho poo
plo aro fools, and do not know that
tho president has vetoed every one
ot thoir thieving legislative acts?
"Let us havo peace," says Grant.
Peaco has been kept from our poo
plo by a Jacobin Congross, bayonots
and General Grant.
Tho Radical Supremo Court of
Ulno says a digger is a White man.
Congress had better take just one
leisson of that fool Court.
Capt. Bobman has fit led up in the finest
style a loom in Davis' Building, opposite
the Court House, and opened a Bakery
and Confectionery Store, where he will
keep a good supply of Bread, CukB,
Crackers, Nuts, Candies, and all other
things usually kept in a Bakery and
Confectionary Store, which he will sell at
the lowest prices. There is no other
Bakery in town.
Cattle and Horses for Sale.
I have for sale a number of Horses,
several good Milch Cows, one line Yoke of
Oxen, and a number of iwo-year old Steers.
Those wishing good barg iins will pleaso
call soon, at my residence, one mile west
MRS. DELIGHT BOWEN.
Wat & Co's l)ui Goods E.kpouum. A
glanoo into this establishment by the
passor by will oonvinco him that they
keep a first-class stock of goods, and that
they are popular with the publio, as their
alore is generally crowded with customers
last Saturday in particular. They have
a fine display of shawls, dress goods of all
dlsoriptions ; and in faot everything kept
iu a first-class storo, and of the latest
style, whioh they are selling at greatly
reduced prices. Th oso who have nol yet
visited llieirstore, and who need any thing
in their line, will do well to give theui a
FOR Fine Perfumery go to Sisson's
New Store in Zalkhu. Johk D. Van
dkhfobd, dealer in Dry Goods, Groocries,
Notions, &c, having sold to Messrs. James
& Lewis the building on the cornor of
Commercial and Second Streets (fronting
Commercial) has opened a new establish
ment on the same corner, (fronting Second
Street,) where he has received a complete
assortment of Dry and Fansy Goods suit
able for that market, Including a superior
quality of Boots and Shoes, a fine lot of
Hals and Caps, and a good stock o
Family Groceries all of which he is sell
ing at very low figures. Those who wish
good bargains, should improve this oppor
t unity , as John can't bo undersold on any
We can safely say that, the Hardware and
Tinware Eali.blislimetit of Messrs. Gill &
Richmond, where they keep the latest inv
proved Stoves of every dcsciip tion, the
most cconniioal fnd complete variety of
Hardware anl Tinware, Housa Furnish
ing Goods of every kind; and the Tin and
?Lctl Iron Ware they manufacture is far
superior to that of any other House io
Ohio, ns they have in their employ one of
the most perfect workmen, who thorough
ly understands how to do any kind of
work, or make in the finest style any arti
cle of Tiu or Sheet Iron that may be want
ed by any house-keeper or in any branch
of business. He can do repairing in a
style that cannot fail to please those whj
in- employ him, 1 hat establishment
not only deserves till the patronage of the
pubis but deserves the highest praise.
"Time may sear and blanch your brow,"
but it oannot silver your hair, if you use
that excellent renewer knownas "Barret's
Vegetable Hair Restorative" to the abso
lute exolusion of all the vPe compounds
with whioh the market is flooded. rortt-
Alt kinds of Got ds at Dodge's are
being sold at prices that please all.
Tint Amibican Stock Journal for June
is at hand. The enterprising Publishers
of this valuabio Mont lily, offer to send
Sample Copies free. Each number con
tains 2 large double column pages, devo
ted to Farming, Slock Broediaf and Dis
eases of Uomestio Animals, illustrated
with nuraerons engraving. Address
N. P. BOYER & CO. Publishers.
Parkesburg, Chester Co., Pa.
School Books for sale at Sisoon's at
Fine Farm for Sale:
Any person wishing a nice borne could
not do better than buy 53 acres of good
land, situated on eaoh side of the Slate
Road leading from MoArthur to Athens,
1 mile from Vinton Station on the M.
& C. R. R. about 8S aores of whioh are
under cultivation and all under fonce.
upon whioh there is plenty, of timber, a
never failing well of water, a number of
never failing springs, a choice yoong
orchard, also dwelling house, two veins
of coal of the best quality, which can be
oasily taken to the best market. In a good
and healthy location. Chance for a good
bargain, ror luruier particulars, enquire
of the editor of this paper, or of Mrs.
Delight Dow eh. one mile west of Zweski,
"Barret's Vegetable Hair Restorative"
took the First Premium over all compel!
tors at the New Hampshire State Fair. Ii
ands confessedly without a - rival
throughout the country, and is driving
all other preparations from the market. .
Foa Ayer'a Mediolnes, call at Blsson's
Josh But.mns has said a great many
good things ; but actions speak londsi
lhan words, and Dr. J, W. Poland's Hnmor
Dootor is the great curer of all Blood
diseases. , - i j -
For Fure Drugs and McJioinos",' go to
cisson iTug ciore.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R. TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
.vi au. Fxrarw.
1 1 a.m. I.lii.a,
l.2'i ' Vi "
12:i0p. . lo.u
l.'W " 1143
S.'-ft " l:!.uu.ii.
S.l'l " ii.M "
8 17 (Ml
S 07 ' 4 ID
C.12 " S.I I '
bMf s Hiimilen
TRAINS GOING EAST.
VM. a. :! p. h.
7,:ni " 7.M "
111.10 ' 11.28 "
12.IU F.H. l'i.NlA. .
la.u " ia.no
12.13 ' 1.41 "
l.'JI " 2.24
8.1(1 " 4.50 "
Arrives Ilbuichi (,t
Arrivnii Muriel ta
I1VE Kn M ATI? I MOW Ttia ...!.. .!
me nppoMi ( iniiv lie g:iliioc hv Inlawing mm
pie rnliw, ami n'l m.iy miirry huppilv. if denned,
u illiout ri-Liiiril In u'ull.l. mm . 1.0.11,111.
n.tiii-nj-s iinii Kt 1111 1 fi,r i.iirtii'iil.irs lo Maiiau
LUClLbK ft EM Alt RE, IKhlv Uouro, Kew York.
EnORS OF T(UT l it t enn Kuril villi Ran.Lrv
Rule ami lnwtiHi (inns thee will enulile you In
ro.:nver Vdir iMiuiIiimmI wUlinlil llm imenr Me.li.
cine, by winiily t.iili.ivmg 1 tie luw of Mnuire nml
oftlenltli. Kik-Ioho ft;uiin mill iiiklrum HENRY
A.MMDEN, Hlutien I), Meiv York.
A ft E NTS WAN7F,!.-r,'iilmi m-nnnllemen re
oflore-l IiIhtiiI lri'lut'enienlH 10 ni-.t a iigent, mid
an opiior ttllill V to l-jirn hnill S:l tntlu nerilnv. N.i
eanihil iirrpHniirv. Kni-lnne ntnttin nni nddrc-s
Tltlf'l' 4 CO., Eifi'illi Mieet, New York.
BEED'S iniL8 P, 0., VIBT0H OUHTY, Oni-
x. (Iobti. km. Mrrn.vn. A. wrtiiAi-rr. 11. WAr.nuTr.i-,
.IS. QOETZ & CO.,
Casters and Bed Fastenings.
the oino tump,
Theonlv rontl. Act inir Force Pump inline, nnd
the inn.l cnnveniei.t Hn-I dnraMe evorinvented.
" Machinery ot all kind Repaired on short
The Wnre mnnnfaetiirtd at the is sold as low
aa any in thin mnrket.
Tlie niideralRnecl would reapw-trullv Inforni
tliolr puti'oiiH llu' t tin y are uow recelvl'.iji
WOOL FOE CASDINQ.
Experienced Workmen have been em
ployed, Who will do tlio work wcllnnilftxpedltloiislv.
ruoiu'ojiik-toingiienintiv the work done b'v
Not bo Surpassed by any other
Machines iu the county I
Olvo n n f rlnl.
May 14,'t)8-U' GILMAN, WAftDA TO.
J. S. STRONG'S j
Mc ARTHUR, O.,
Is constantly receiving 1
Fresh Drugs, j
Fttncy Articles, I
Notions, ii-c. i
10 per cent. Cheaper
than can ho bought cbo
Blank Books, InkH,
nt low figures.
Whito Lead 4 Oil
sold at nbout omU
AEIHUB MAfiBLE W0SK8.
Reca leave to Inform the eitiiena of Vinton and
aUjuiumgeouuliea that h prepared lo lurniah
' GRAVESTONES, :
, ' BUREAU TOPS, 'J v'
, " TABLE TOPS, o.
The Latest and most Approyed Style.
. All Work neatly and promptly executed. , .
All mV pr"ees ar rnneb lower than llione of
oineroop, rermna annul un:nainjt are in
vtrt tutavareful mapeetion of tnynoclt and
thop in Mamnc r Building, on Mitiri Street
feb.'JT,tij If '
TIME WATCHES !
Fino Jewelry and Silver Ware. Bcnrdict
Bros' New Store, No. GUI Broadway, N.
V., between Amity and 4th Blreels.
Benedict Bros., 171 Broadway Keepers
of the Now Vork Cily time. 8ola
Ageuls for the lUnionloir Tower Clock.
Also Agents fur the celebrated Ameri
oan Walthnm Watches. Importers of
Foreign Watches of the mosl Celchra
ted Makers. All of our goods are war.
ranted and we oiler them to the Publio
at the lowest rales.
No 691 Broadway, New York.
OSBOUN MANUFACTURING COMPANY
1(19 Blocker Street, N.V.
"nsnojlN" BlKDANn animal cr, us
Naniifiiitiired solely liv Un, Company nt lindae
port, Conn., undor Lctlors ivtnnt of Die Uni
TIlPHft CslrrcH nre ft n ffl-el v.-lnl. ..t fl-t. J
miifh, an,! inc hide Cunnri. p:irrnf. mm.
Ilird, b.pilrrei, fti.., ' "
inyre nnmheit In a sppprfot manner; nil
paint of any description whii-li i o IWul tn
llird.4 and Animul baino mod in ilien- Lnn.!-,...
tinn. Thoy are Vermin Pmol. Hinl Knue . ni
wi nniireiitittn (Iiua tii.id nr .v..uii..n.. i.
Anind.in no ulher Uiimh. Thev received the
rngno.it prniiiii!i at the Amnriunn tnainulo and
New York Htuto Fair of 18ii7.
Calttiou I All our dive Are ulnmiuwl u.lll,
name upon thorn, bvhd lor Circular ami Price
lui) GEOrtOE i. HILTON, Oiwriui. Amtvr.
TRY ME AKD YOU TOX SORELY BUY ME.
Davtf ratsnt Three Minute dike Mirrr.
Inihpmtillt to every Family, Hotel Steam
boat and Iiettaurant.
Thi mfrtf llfcr.fi .tnmA.li a.:..i ..it I
, , , ... ' ' ' ' ,111'TI-II
to t l tilili le fni-1 in anvini. ..r l.,l.n- un.l i.. I.
Thimna, lime i for muiiur cikea nfall kin.hi'
lllllMlllv. Otl.ll..lu l.a..ll . r. . .
boiled potatoes, lor moulding I read, e., noi
fi'wnmg the opeinlion qim iilv, perlielly an I
thoroughly. All will be ninvlneet Dial ihe M,m(,
material will go tanner and o!co will lie much
better -n every wiiy when made hy thi Mixer.
It I also meful to the painter and the dru.f.d-t,
and fur eveithing that require thoronah m:
mx ur lioating, Ihmnwhme will Iw found invalu
ahle. ThepuJeia o low that ilia ,l tiln iho
veiwh of every family. Agents wi.nted in every
county. Litarnl dia.ioiinf to dealer. Iteia.l
lirlep -t.eueh. KI.iIa .,,..1 n....i.. ....i. ,
, '" -."I'm-i iiuo iui naie oj
0. li. JitWTUx Jtt-o., Proprietor,
11 v ei 4iin ui., N. y.
BENNETT, JOHNSON & CO.,
Have removed from 45 Toy at. to 812 Broaftway,
corner of'IIudson at., New' York.
manufacturers of the
New Patent Shirgle Bracket.
Tho Shingle Bracket la espeoiallv adapted for
r.inlder, Houae Joinera, Maa' n arid Carpenter.
With il a atlold can I brllt in lea Dme upon a
roof ami with ureator -a.ety and taken down a
quickly, Without leaving a nail hole ni H.e roof ,
Retail pri-" !a pi down. H nd lot iPuslraled
ciri"-...u tlr.4ei,romnily lillud, at wholesale
Territory Ibr .aleaiiywhere in the t'inled fttnle
that is not sold on IheHieam Cnnkinu Appiiralu.
. , ... UllNNlST'rjoUhONilVi.
. 01 a I:rorway.,
Saj- Bovelty Sawing, Eaibro'deikj and Braiding .
Maohino. Complete with Tails for only !22
Aowts Wi, Mule or Pemnle, tn aell th
Novi lly Fewini; and Knihrnlde, mjf Maelnne, iho
mot complete uiiiehina aver ottered lor mile. It
will do all kmdaof work that vna b dune with
Iho liii;h-,ri",il niM-htne. It nmkm the nitnou
Kla-lic l.ock.miii h, thai will not rip or hn ,!;.
even if every ihinl yiu-l, i cui. Jl in uni.Jili- and
mil last a hlo-lima. We Want aijcnt, both Im-al
anil (raveling, to introduce this niaebmv t lilni"b
out the I'niled Slaie. It can I oid in alnci-l.
every uimii v, incinidnnja great tncinv who hava
the liixh priced maclniKx. tor ila eiiihroulcruip.
iu which it oxtela nil otlura. bend slainp for
!.AIi machine wai-nmeed and Uepl in ord"r
lor one joar, rKElO ()K cllA IMK.
J5.MMES. CHAM & CO,
bole Agenta tor li e Tniled Sii'tea and ( aimdas.
112'iCheainiilnlreut, l'hi'adelihia, I'a
The Fluesoe Sewing Kouhiae,
Waa nwardod the flral premii m rl the folio,
mjj KaiiH and Imluainnl fxhlbdion iluiinc
Pal nav". N'W England Agriilllllllrnl Fair,
Providence, New Ymk Hinte Arfi-tiultiirai I'cir,
liutlalo. Aniericiin lit.-l itnte. New Ymk, f),u v .
land Immune, lialtimore, Mechanic's A'aomii
lleaide-mmicrnn minorStato rnd eonnly F.urs
Ihroimhonl the (.'ountry, tliua e-lnlilinliini-oui
elaima dial the Klussvck la the bc.l 1kiii.Iv sew
ing machine in Ihd world.
Ki.oait.Ncx Uswisn MAriimi! Co.,
, , ... SOS HroaUwuy, K. Y.
Setid.lor an Illtistmted Circular. (.-,m
Tiemann's Laundry Blue.
This Blue Is manufactur
ed expressly for Va.hiii
fnrnoses by the wttl-known
lor mniuifncturera, It. K,
'l iemann t t'u. I and being
onrfeetlv mire utnl lim r-.,i.,
aciu,it auppues n want which
ha long been fell, a IUiih
wnli'h will not iujiiru Iho
It I put un in convenient form. In bottlna. or.
for thoe who prefer lining the iiuwdcr, iu neat
wooden boxes. Hold by urocori nnd Unionist.
J. H. Tlfitf ANN, Sole Agent,
240 Pearl Street, N.Y.
MELODIOUS, PARLOR, tCIIURCH &
CABINET , it
, FIRST PREMIUM PIANQS,
With IronFrnmo, Oreratrnnf Hriis and A?r:irr
Bridge. The beat manutacturcd Warranted lur
six vcara. . . , ,
Iiki Pianos, Melndeona and Organs of ix fir-.t
elan rrmkera, at low price for caali, nr one lilHi
enahand Hie ha I lance io monthly Inttalinenu,
fur aent, and rent money applied if purclimu i.
Hoeoiiil-naiid fnatruinerit ai great . tairgaim-.
Illunirated calalouiica mi'ilo.L. (Mr. WnUira i
the author ot six Hunday Kclwoi Mnaio book;
"Heavenly Echoea," anu "Now 8.B, Bell," jnt
nORACE WATERS & CO.
Warerooms 481 Broadway, N. If.
TBSTtKOMAlf .) . ,.. . (
The Water Pianos' are known as anionn tin.
very bst. N. Y. Evaiifpdiat.
we can speaa or me merit of the Water'
Piano from peraonal knowledge aa beinu of th"
very lt iiiality. Chriotinn lulelligeucer.
We bnveonn ot Mr. Watern' Piano haw in anv
reaidenee, (whore It hna atood tor jeain ,1 ol
which any mannfacturerin th worid. ndi;ht well
oe prouu. we nave aiwnya ien deliHhtod wnb
it aa a awcet toned and tiowerfiil intniiuenL ami
there la no doubt of its durability; more than
tliif. some Ol the beat amateur nlavei-a in ti.M
city, aa wall aa itveral oelcbrnted xiiiinista, hnvK
puiiorinec on aaiu piana, nnii an pronwiinen li a
Hiinaiior and first-ola.ia InHtruinent. Ktroiwi
indurvemcnt we could not give. Koine louni i .
For lnalantaneouly Silver-Plating Otipper, llrava.
ueinma oiivnr, Driinru, o.
The bl artiola in the world for nohahina it
elentrini stiver and anvtr platml wnr, l un...
oiu anu wuiu iiTva aim niaien wnna all tuo
hoauiy of naw, putting onailver wtaar it Is wm i
oil, anHgiving it a beaulilul pollute. Hut up ,o
two-ounce botlloa, l'riea 60 ct. ' H.unple h-i
for trial on reoeipt of 45cti' ta puy (br puikm
and puatKiai , Manutactiired M . .
-: '.-. BttAW.ChamlU,
; v t 80 Elm sL, Brid(?porl, Conn.
T whnin allord.m (br tnal samples mnat tie .).
, dre.ae.l' For wile by dr ig'jiiia nvervw hi re.
U Park Row, New York, Ocnoral Annntw
AxcnU wanted rtierywhcre lii iiitrmiui tn,
ailide. Aililruaa the uuuilliictuurs,