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I FoDliflhei' and PupWoiurJ
COUNTY; OHIO: THURSDAY, , OCTOBER 15, 18G8. .
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CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY DIDN'T
BOOTH WASN'T FRY-ED TOO
The "Public Record of the
Democratic Candidate for
Auditor" Pronounced. "O. K.!"
FORTHE "PUBLIC RECORD!"
FORTHE "PUBLIC RECORD!" TRUTH IS MIGHTY, AND
The general cloction held in Hie
, twolvo townships of Vinton County
on Tuesday last passed off very
quietly, except in this, (Elk) town
' ship, where r number of the moat
wicked ones succeeded in ge'.ting up
two or three fights. Some of the
Bads conducted themselves in a dis
graceful manner, bycauso they con
cluded it wan & proper time to do so,
While a number of their "bullies"
Vera present and . "fired up"., to a
fighting degree with tho bad whis
ky their masters had concealed in
... several places about town to influ
ence Voters Prominent ; and : ro-
. poctable men. and even a sworn
peaco officer, of the great boudhold
ing party, as we are credibly in
formed, cried out, during the- up
fo'ir: "Give tho d ' --d rebVl
TJwttr Ktlfa6 yyuttcrnutl''
' : "'Cut his Q -d d d gats ontt"
tc. But we do not propose just
now to comment upon the infernal
conduct ot those wlio nave both a
majority in this township and cor
poration, and who, each year, elect
. toon and have them sworn to keep
the peace, as tho unlawful proceed
incs are to bo investigated in a
ahort time. If we have State and
corporation laws, let theni be obey
ed. If we have no Marshal and no
Constables to do so little us to even
attempt to keep the peace on tho
day of an election, then it is high
time that the people who pay tax
es to support such officials should
take the matter in hand. , .
The election was hotlcy contest
throughout tho county; a Very
large rote Was polled; the Eadicals
reported to alt the slyarta'of. cor
ruption to secure their success
usihwbtsky, money, and every
thing t'aat Jlhey could use to advan
tage in every corner of the county.
George Pry, thoir candidate for
Sheriff, done more hard work to se
cure his election thun all , tho Other
candidates on the ticket with him;
- he spent an enormous amounts of
taoney, (bu probably it was his
ownj and he had a perfect 'right to
do with it aa ho saw .proporj) ho
was confident of success; the coun
ty had been thoroughly canvassed
and ery-man' had 'promised him
jist how he would vote for Sheriff;
but the unterrified. Democracy ral
lied in every township, and gave
hira a Waterloo defeat laying the
taost active and the wildest Bad in
tho county 'fairly on the shelf by 69
majority. Majorities in the coan:
. ty are as follows : f
State Ticket, Pern. 134 majority
. Sunns, Congress, Dem. 132 "
. Newman, Judge, Pem. 132
lJooth JBhcriff, Dem.' 69
Beynolds, Auditor, Dom, 68
Brino, Bocorder, Deal. 61 "
Haynes,Com. Dem. , ,112 "
Dunklc, Treasurer, Bad. 60 "
Next week we will publish the
official abstract of the votes cast in
the several townships in the coun
, ty. ; ':-',.. .,-
.The rich inan is getting
richer and poor man poorer.
This is the prize the pootman
irofl inthe Eadical Lottery.
. Vota for Seymour on the 3d
of NoVemberl ' , . " -
,-!0 ! '
The "riggid economy" resolution
which forms a plank of tho Chicago
platform, is exemplified by the
practice.of tho Badical Congress.
In 1804 the Ilotiao of, Bepresoutn
tives. expended for stationery and
commutation of stntionoary, $38,
600; in 18G3, for the Bamo purpos
es, 893,600, anincrcaso of 861,000.
In 18G8 there woro no more mem
bers in Congress than in 18C-1. and
prices of . stationary were not so
high, yot tho "rigid economists"
expended 861,000 more in 1868 than
they did in lSG-t. The Radicals
teach well but practice badly.
Turn them but I . ; ., . ,.;
The Democratic Meeting on Friday
The Democratic Meeting on Friday Last.
The Democratic Aleetlngoh'jFridayj
the 9th, was a decided - success' in
point of numbers ht least one half
more than were at tho Radical Meet
ing on the 5lli. .Largo delegations
camo from every township. The
procession beat all processions fvo
have ever soon. - No Buch: crowd of
pooplo has ever boon scon in 3fcAr.
thar. The Madison township dele,
gation and thoso , from Richland,
Swan, .and ajl, .the all ; others 'wero
granc all deserve ; tho greatest
praise. TIio Domocracy at Zaleski
undorstiind how to got up banners,
tronspariencics ic, in fine stylo. . ,"
Tho meeting was presided over
by Hon. John Fee, who,' ntlmlT past
ono o'clock,, introduced Judgo if.
W. Oliver, spoka' for niore than
two hours. : The speccii was a no
ble one. It was an instructive,
sound, logical,- convincing speech,
delivered in a cloa'r, candid, elo
In the evening there was a large
meeting a.t tho Court House, which
was ably addressed, by Dr. I. T
MoNAiiAN.aud Judgo G. W. Jous.
son, of Jackson. , Their speeches
were sound and argumentative,
"Don't" Talk About the Taxes."
uiv (i iv lust wjl; a coudIo of
our Republican friemls met. and iif-
ter tlio usual salutations, go$ onto
joiiucs, wuen tneioilowing oonver
sutioa ensuedr- "" ' ' ' " ' ' 5
' A "ITow do vou do Mr- B 1 !
.. B.'Prctty w';ll. How do things
look about you?', t
A "U hy, what' do von mean?
B "Why, how's politics Don't
j'ou iniiiR we'll elect. Urant and
beat tho rebel Democrats?
A "I don t know about that.
But see here I Do j'ou know what
ueeps up tno taxes and makes the
public debt increase all thetime?
il-'Taxes? . Public debt? No,
I don't know anything about it,
but its too near the election to talk
about taxes now. You mnst talk
ahonf the other issues, and don't
talkabout taxes at all."
A "Well, 1 huve'ntbeen talking
iimci! uuoui taxes, ont i vo been
thinking about 'em, and Intend to
keep nn thinking; and moro than
that, Ive come to the conclusion
that our party is to blame . for all,
and I'm going to chnnge my ticket
this fall. .and vote for mou who do
talk about taxes.
B "Ahem I Well, I must hurry
iiuiuu, uuuu uay.
THE BATTLE STILL RAGING!
Dan Will & Bros. Victorious!
ihi war BmoBg tfag man merchants
in mis town In till raglngl The people
r great tioiiei! All Want to buy
thtif gods whera tliey en get them the
cheapest I Dn Win & Bo. lioerer
hae defetled all othr morchanla In thai
repeflt, al tb lent tlx right man to re
leot and buy the g'ojn ai rich! time.
iM . poopu ; are deUghled 1 with" Hie
elegant aisortment pf seaionabla DroM
Ooode, Delanea,' Popline, Aipeeaa, Eoipres
Cloth, Embroideries, Laoof, Coraele, Bot
SboM, Bate,, and the, irit ilonfand olbei
thlngi bought at the paaia pricon, W
than other merahantp . who Went eaf.
When oomf to tottn drop In and lei
how they defeat other Jloune ia trioe
.net qualities of good. ,.. v.i
i: ii. : ' .
:,The election news tliat has
been received from different
parts of the State i3 unrelia
ble. . The Eadical majority,
however, may be ' from 5,000
to 7,000 niore than last year.
Indiana is in doubt. 'Penn
sylvania has gone Eadical by
about 5,000. .'" ' :.".'.','):,
Fifteen. .thousand torch bearer?
marched in'tho Chicago Domocrat
id procession, da, Saturday evening
last, 'v - '1 - -; .'.' "'-,V:
Beast Butler la accused of still
robbing the telegraph, throngh the
aid of .spios and pimps, whenever
suob course witl aid sib nefarious
schemes, r" ' 'd.. i
Vote for Seymour t
f., (1 j-v:
Dan Will & Bros. Victorious! Make Him
Wiiex a Rvdical asT3 you,
to vote for Grant make, him
tell you how much benefit you
or tho V country will derive
frcnl such a course. . ,
Milce hira tell you why it
ia that in time of -peace, the,
party he asks you to support
keeps a standing army that
costs tho tax-payers of the
ty millions of dollars, a year. -
Tell! MAKE HIM
"What has liecome of the mil
lions npoli millions of dollars
that have been paid into the
public. treasury since the in
troduction of. his. party into
power that there is no ac
count of now. '.;
TELL YOU MAKE HIM
Why it .is that with nil the
taxes 'nnd . tariffs that, are
wruiigi-from tho people annu
ally, the public debt is still
increasing at the rate of ten
millions of dollars1 'per month.
What justico there is in th?
Radical doctrine of taxation
-which ; exempts ;, the rich
from all taxes and places
them upon. the bhouluers of
the poor! - ' . -;(-..:
ter J he war has-', ceased ; that
the tjft ion for whidh we were
told it was waged, is further
from being restored than it
was at the beginning. '
Why the bloated Bondhold
er, who robbed the govern
ment and invested the money
he stole in tax-exempted
bonds, should receive gold for
nis interest, wmic you are
compelled to take greenbacks
foryour work I
Why the laboring men of the
North should toil and. sweat,
day alter day, to feed a lotoi
negroes and fatten a pack o
lotlsy Bureau .officials, who
yearly take , from - the public
treasury over FOKTY mil
liotii 6 dollars.,'1 '
AND THEN MAKE
What": good will f arise from
voting tha Eadical ticket?-
how inuch it will lesson your
taxes r lovcr the , prices of
the. necessaries of: life,' ftnd
how soon it will restore the
Union, and make our Gov
ernment a government ol
white, ,mcn , established by
white men for the benefit pi
white men, . :' r v:'i
; "On Monday, the 5th," the clay
of the great Radical Black arid Tan
'Fandango, in this town, fivo iron
furnaces and the Railroad shops at
Zalcskf, 'in this 'countr. wore all
closed, and the employeesDemo
crats and..liepublicans in vited '. to
ttend the "Fandango" nforcsaid.-
On ' Friday, the ' 9th, the 'day "-''tho
Democrats had a grand old ' time.
we learn that tho.. Railroad shops
were not closed and the" employees
were not invited to attend. Why
was this- difference made botweeu
laboring men, by theprivileged clas
so8? y Are not tho .mon who. Jabor
to be allowed to attend Democratic
meotfngs? "Etiual and" exact jus
tlceVtoall nwn by the rich, is a
Ben Eggleston Laid Out to Freeze!
V Tho. notorious' J)en Egleston,
onndidato to Cn;s'rea in tho First
(Cincinnati) DlHtHcti is defeated ly
Gen. P. Wi Slrader, Democrat, by a
majority of al'iur SCO.
Lot the w hit soldier not forget
that ho getu 1 tit 192 per year'; that
the" negro soitlii.-r gets tho same;
that the family of tho negro soldier
are fed, clothed 0 1 educated by tho
rump, the white soldier's family is
robbed to pay it,"'
That the chin ities of Grant and
the rump, nil of which comes out of
tho pockets of tho .'people, are all
disbursed to tho ,egro.
i,??;iL"iiit9.l:uZi'(ilfl"l-f'fl : pub
lishers nro understood to be pre
paring a ew dictionary, with the
Ihitestarleflwjtious. A fow examples
I will siJRicl t) show whut the lan-
gungo is coming to: '
'Peace. A standing army to en
force di'(huichisi;meiit : upon white
tax payers, while hon-tnxpaying no
groes do the voting utid governing."
''Impartial Suffrage. - One basis
of sntlVage in tho. iNorlVaud a dif
ferent basis in the South.". .,
"Monvj. For the'1 woi'kingmer,
the mechanic and the , Uowhuldcr,
treasury notes; ior the boldholder,
gold and silver coins,", i ,:
Economy. Flv'o;'' hundred mil
lions, n yhir Fotlti ul cxpciiRes."
"Equality. Tho'resnlt of depriv
ing whito men of the right to vote-."
"balance . of, Power. Enabling
three millions of negroes to yield
greater political power than eight
een millions of whito men."
RfiAPEii, let iis nskyouh question
or two.- Ileybnd tho following prom
inent coiuidcrati Vn3,' ': what does
Radicalism present that should in
duco any one to support it ? ' ''
Special privileges for capital over
labor.' "''7 v -, .. .
ji5ph iaviir. .'i ';, "
Heavy and unequal taxation. ,'
.Oppressive pulilie'dcbt. -."
, Profligate .:ej:eplitures of the
public money.- j , .... . -,'
' itegvo oqnnlity ' '
Is there anythiixelse,, except
tll"'JH, t()!i.-,.,i'.'iTrtiyn-; bo near to
thbeqvhfl .want n-gtrong central
government--an ihcruase of milita
ry ascendency?:,, Thing the matter
over and discovery, if you can, any
thing bej'ond theso.: ,
Evory nhod ly con'ruoior np)oria Grant
Kvfry Bii niberof tj.e wliUkcj riugsup-
Drurk and dLorderlj tli Cadii-th iu
t'tS.ilL. ', - .
PmaVrs to tl; Rnliea's Djlinir"s
statistics of their ttpendi nrrg.
Ereryoi'oa crgh'. swia llin the
GeTnrnu ti 1 it H. loil.
(: Ert .v p(
r$n w'10 W' In fa?r of ar-
bitrsr un Sits i ports Q mil
trery Federal cftine-hoMer
hten robbing tlie Tieasuiy
Orat . , ,
Genenl Ufn la ick Bf billiodtl U
rer. He ill' find lllluoia sick of him in
November. ... ...
The onpilftl stock of the Kadical parly
ii Ku Etitx", Ttailor. 'Rebel, Treason, and
r 1 t '
Okn. F. P. BLAtft fought ih more
than two-score hattles.'and yet ho is
denounced in unmearstircd terms
by the men who 6taid at homo and
sold shoddy clothrbad coffee- and
paper Boled shoes tq the, 6Qldiers.
Such is radical loyalty, ' ' -:
A Radical Leader.
Joseph E. Brown, former "Secesh",
Governor; of Georgia, is now one t.f
tho.cadei'a;of.tho Kadical party in
the South; -He was one of the most
rrrominent members of tho Chicago
Convention that- nominated Grant.
AThile Governor of Oeorgia on the
2Gthof 'April, 18fil, ho issued u
proclamation forbidding "tho pay
ment of NWltarn-eredttors.
Tho proclamation began thus:
'Whereas by ihn ,opnreia.iie tut wick
pd, conduct of the l"ioern men. srnd peopl.
f ihat part of the lata United ite, wai
40tUHl'y eiiaii but ween them unit the pen
pleofibfl Soiiiha-n 8ttite,
Ind 1 hen by isviteeaeh cit'S 'i or in'nb
1 1 ant ofth g 8tiue who is indelrte l to said
CJufernmeni ori either of suid 8t:ttes, 01
my citixen or inhabitant theruof, to pa;
be amocrnt of such indebtedoetig when
er due, Into the Treasury of Genrgin.
That he do not, under any pieit hiil
or, remiltraisfur; or pny to the Got
rnmenf of the United Sia'oa', or any on.
if the Hfaira onmpotiina: siitd flovornmeut
which ts knnwn'asa free Soil State, iu.
"Iti.ling, .anion g others, ili States of Maa -aohuceiis.
' lihnde Island, Conorotinut
N'w Terk,'' Nea; . ersey, , Tanney Wania,
nd Ohio, or to any oiiissn or iuhaMian'
f any . suoh S a o any, money, bills.
Irnfla, or o'her things of value, either it,
Dtiyrarnt of any debt dire es hereafter le
tierome due, or for or oa aocount of anj
ulheroause whttUter." . :
This man, after" helpincr Stanton
and Grant to starve to death thous-,
andsnpori tbeusands of Union sold
iers at. Anuer8onvilo prisotvnow
looms up as the head nod front of
Radicalism in the outlv, and . cries
with Grant "Let us have peace."
Clevland Plain Dealer.
AN EXPERIENCED HAND
AT THE HELM!
TjU no mou nbout " (he nioit lieauli
'u' and grandest I'ty Goods Store" lu
McArthurl fl. II. Will, an "iperienc(d
I'nnd al the helm," and "chip of tho oi l
Mock," la now sntVly moored at the Store
Itoonn, in bod.Iridfre'i New ItuiMing, tth
ibe clioiceit and tnoet ' eleauV atpek if
flnni!) adapted to the wnute of "jjlie trade
of Vinton and other counties, and vho
pent orer fite weeks In retecilng and
buying at BOTTOM PlUClft In Thiiadel
phia and other Eastern markets from the
latest niknnraclnied styles, and which will
rpy any prison in search of drsiialle
good; moreover, the best bargains, to ex
amine before purchasing eliowhere. His
House is eomph'tely eiowded full of Ibe
finest stylest of Goods and representing
1 he productions of all tbe lariat Eaiern
manufacturing establUhments, he is cua
h'ed to put prices as low a any Western
City Retail House. It is useless for us to
O'liim ra e the thousands of article
tintaou has ''broi'uhl fun h," becume be
vat engaged over tire weeks ' in making
the selections and purchases. If you
want any ariicle, just go to his (louse
first. lie will supply yon for a small sum
of money in the most pleasant m inner.
Something Needed in McArthur!
Beauty and Magnificence
Ooa town tif long ;been p really In need
of a hulesale ano IteluiL lill'nory Es
tublinhrnent, whera every lady far and
near could go and get fine supply of
aty or licit iu the Millinery line. G. B
and M. Win, who spent several weeks
in the Millinery and oilier establishments
of Philadelphia, bavojust opened an n
tablisl ment of this kiud iu lbs Kaotu
lately occupied by I'llom '& Bro , where
there will be foun.t one of the" very best
stocks of Goods fur the Fill and Winter
tride consisting of a complete assort
ment of all the ltttest etjlca ont, anl coni
ptisirg in I ait of Ladies and Misses' Bun
njia and Ha'S of the latest stylet; New
Stylos Bonnet and Hat Frames)' splendid
ass rttnent of French Flowers and Feath
ers; Bonnet and Hat oruninenln; Trimmed
llonneti and Mais; Honnet and Trimming
Ribbons in every variety; Colored and
Blaok Velvel Gibbons; a . full line ot
Tuffuita and Mantua Aibbuns; English
Velvets;' Bonnet Silks ; the mun beautiful
Lues; Ornaments, end the many other
Wnwljt Sitings kp 4 iMh-entahrisbfiCnlr
Ibis new MtublihiniU.ij uadar t b 4 8u-
nerititeudeoce of Misses Du.klk and
i'ncuEB, who thoroughly nndorstand the
.Miuitiery tjuoiness in all its various
branches. The proprietors are prepared
li) fui'Qixh the publio with ililiincy Goods
of hH defcilplidt 6 at the Cincinnati
n hulesale price: because they have madr
arrangerueuls with first-class Eaatc n
llouxes to do so. Let every lady go and
see the benntitul gocds all of which were
seleottd aitlt the greaiCrt cure as to
sty e and noveltvl
LOOK OUT MORE
E.'eht h ei 01 ant it. towu ia trying hard
10 nee if he rau't bent k,s iie'glibor in pri
ces, qunlities an 1 qunntiiies of goods.
J. S. Hawk is now making sjcoessful
raid on the prices and qnnliiies of all otb
er ilouics. He has an isperienced buyer,
who thoroughly uu Jet stands the wants
of the people, and is a hrewd buyer, and
Inst, though not least, he takes the 'ot amps'
with him to pay for them, which gives
him ibe choice lit the market. The goods
will arrive neit week. Look ont for the
beft uf bargains !
Tug following pei sous have letter re
maining in the SIcArthur Post Office:
3amao! H. Brooks, Kiehard B.-uoks, A
Barleon, Job Citd, W, ft, Guddts, Ellen
llortnu, Littie H:trtman, t) 8,. Johnson
!jie; hen Jenkins, Robert Litlfijjhu, Loi
ta Loving, Delia McLiughlia, Joseph Mo
LuugMIn, Jacl iMorin, Charles Piles,
Jaii.es P. Boach, Chaile. 11'.' Kicb., Freder
ick Sumner, W. J. Tyh'r, John Thomas.
J.N. McAughlin, P. M.
Ftxn Torja Bkes. Beea should be fnl
enough in this month (0 lost there nniil
1 lie flowers affear next season. See thai
each hive has from twenty to twenty fir
tbi or'honey. Feed two of (Iran Its
racheTeaing aflor Ihey ceme fly tug.
Tnit scVflVd around D. P. Daxa'b build
ing, and upon whloh we're a number of
esrp'iiieis at work gave way on Monday
at fulling a dislaooa of about twenty
five feet. . Danih, Bottom was slightly
injured by the fall. . -' L
l Town. The ran who ia afraid money
will be to plenty ll Democrats get the pow-
ir, was seen in tou veslerdar. Ha is
t twelve per cent money lender, and fearr
'ie may loose customers if greenbacks be-
tome more abundant. Members of the
ame family may be found irherevei
here are notes to shave.
Tin splendid assortment of ITardware,
Tinware, Cutlery, at Bracaja & Gib
b .' le admitted by all to be the cheap
est. Go and seel ' , .
A Jfashville- cow ato up a roll of
1.- . .
greenbacks, , cotitaining' 8300, be
longing to- her owner, tho other
i- -L. 11 , " . ',.,'
Grant draws $22.00 a year, and
pays no taxes. Ho is a useful citi-
J.N. McAughlin, P. M. BOUND TO
J.N. McAughlin, P. M. BOUND TO WIN!
Or course O. Down & Sox are bound to
wit.! win all the trade fur miles around!
We dropped Into their neatly arranged
establishment the o'.her night, and, were
surprised to see such a GRAND IMS
PLAT of Fresh Goods. The Ladies
OreKi Goods, the Fine Empress Cloth, the
Beady-made Clothing, the nice French
Merinoee. the elrgint lot of Ladles Furs, the
superior quality of Boots tad Shoes, the
'aiet at Ice of Hits, beats the assort
ment even in some of the City establish
ments. Then, thste it their grand and
rich lot of Cloaks the fluent and lorliest
we ever saw at suuh low priotsl O, just
go and aee what they havel They tell
Goods cheaper than the oily House,!
" Kswnod Fresh Goods are still arriving
at 11.1.S Co's, ot Zaleski, where bar
gains may be had iu anything you may
wantto buy. (
His stock of shoet embraott every va
riety of style, and will be sold at itaaon
a ble rates,
Every person convicted of crime in of
fice is a Badical.
Foil Arer'a Jlcdioiues, call at Binuon'
Drug 8 lore. ,
la Pares. Mesiira. 8. B. Burr Bo. have now
m prats and w,ll soon issue a new tvork
milled SiiHuiixi hd Fmmiw, la New York, t.j-
jiMHrw hats miTn. 'iis work will coutsln
oter 70U oetnvo pages, bound hi cloth, sprinkled
engos, ana mrnishpd at three. dollars;-with gilt
edges, S.SOf The contents of the wnrlc is varied
curamenoinis with 1st, The City of New York i
l, High Lite in .Vew York ; S I, Wall btreet, 4th
Atetandhr iTSIewnrt, Shod ly Prty, Shop Bu
sinens,' Bowery, Five Points. Blnelt Mailinjr,
G.Hmti!;ii2, I'r.K-tinnl Jokes, e., c., over one
nonnreu interesting ui,)ots. From some of the
xpedraea pages we Imv receiyod, the work
must he interesting to every'claai of readers
mis work will lie told by suhwriptio'n only-i
Agents wanted lu every town aud uuuniy lotun.
vaes for ll. For terms addrenj J. B. BUKU Co.i
W Asylum St., tla tforl.Oonn.
CUR RULERS AND OUi PrGHTS;
oa oorr.isis or tnrcsirr-n srars." oovaamtin.
A timely new IVorl ly Judge Willis.
a iierul and valiml.le Ikius. as an aid to
Fanillu'i., Teaehera, MuHenm. Bueines men,
aim porxnna of all elne in uiiilerotahdiiin the
origin, iiMgi", development, theorv, prac
th e, and miK-hinoryof the tinned SiuU (..
t'rriin. nt, In i.ll ita (leimrtmcuta. liver Ann .
. -e.is inwe than lil utt-el and wood cni;ri-iLai.
lition. An partnan wor:. Weemplovnoaen
ei il Agenu, but ive I he e.ttra wrma loi an-
n,as r. htMid ut mite l..r rhoiee of territory,
nd eirciilnra. You can ave time by euclo
sihsr ti.ne lor ontlit. .; . .
W furnii-h abu the bet quarto Family and
PuMivhere, 738 fcaunutn 6t., Hlnla., Pa,
OCtt lHi, -It 0
THE SArCliiOAY EVENING POSTi
ENLARGED AND BEAVttriED.
This ".ildei-t and heat of tho Literary Week
lieahna l-eo rn'riillv EMaaono MisAiTirini
v It m weekly oinhelir-hed with nugrunona and
it hovr.HTS.SToaini, BasiciiEa, 4a., are not
Jihm jiftcommeneed (no eplendid Novel-ets-"
I'm Qci!sorTiii!S4V.tK." hj Oue
Uva Ainiiii'.t; mid "St Ur.ninE sd tii Ikau
on, a novel of Society, dy Eliaibeih Prewott,
the Author of "llow a Woniun hud her W'ny.'i
New Wavelets will cTonliniinllv sneeeeid ewh
other. Among lhoe elready on hand, or in
priiareM, ur, "Tns MvnTrnr or ibk Hhiv"
poavrful etory by Jlrn. Homner, and "Cit
Aiimrr. or, Tat Tms or Firi," by Aaioad M.
'1 hk I'o-t also gitea the Gsas or tn Est.
A i-opy uf the lnrse nnd besittiful Fremltim
Steel Liixinvin;i- hos.nu of Home Htfen"
eniirated npreiuly lor our render-, at a ein-t
for the eunmtiiiKBlone of neirlv II. 000 will
he lent (ui p iid to very full (J.5") jb.i ri
l,er, end to every r-oo wndiug ou a clutil
'this is a Inily heniitiful eiigmvingl
lo Niw Se5eRi-s. M.l Ni-W euhffn
bern for lo wil hive tlioir siitwcripiions
dated hiulc to the papvr.of Hepiember lath,
until the hirgo editnui of that dnte Is ex
huuxted. In Hint paper we commenced tuo
Novel' l '-The Qoen or the natanimli," and
"dt. i,enrg noil ih lirniivn." 'I bin will he
fitteen papers m addition to the regular weltly
nuniiiers lor 18ti9 or neitifv eixieen mcn h m
all. When our eitrii edition is eshatlitol, the
nmnea of all new kiih'rle.a for Mi aill be
entered on tmr lint the v.'ry weeu th,y are re
ceived, of courxe lhn6 who send in Itie.ir
nnnies tne earliest will get tmre.-)Ul nuin
. bvrof extia nnofrs
Owin t Hie onimwiriy liberal ebitracler of
tru flier, we enaii be oouipellcU to adhere
strictly to its terms'
1 copy, (and the l uge Premium Enara-
yiug.) .., .- i .- : t : : , : . . M W
i topiBi : : i' : i i i t i t . t B.on
S " (and on gnitif) : I ,j : i t 8.nu
8 (mid one urnti-) : i : i . 12.00
One eopv each of !'.( nnd "Lady's"
Fneiio." and Preiniiiro Kngr:iving 4 00
i'hegetti--iip of a 1 1 b win ,,U-iiv feocira
eupy of the Pi-eimum Enarnviug. M.-i.nx-i- of4
a t-liih wishing the er-,iuin huiuviuti, u.u-i
renin one tll ir eitrn.
Sioinien oopi" eent grntin.
Addreus, H. 1'Wle.H (iNivfo. ,
S Wiiluiit atre. t. Plii'aiUIpbia.
THE LADY'S FUIED.
Splendid Inducements to Subscribers.
1 m . 1 ,
The l ady's Friend nnonne thefnllowini
. Noveletii (hi-IM): "Between l wo"hy Kliraln-ih
. Prea ottri.nthi,r of "llow a Women rind her
Way."e,t " 'I lie Prize of two ilen'e Ijivef."
- by Amtitidn M tiougtue, aUftior of "The le-
biirry Fortitm'," Ac t A new Novelet l l.miiie
, Clu.ndl.r Woiilton, uihor rf "Hoiing from
Kute," j and a new Hovet bv Mrs. Henry
' i Wood, tha ditingtiithed English .Novelist,
oih'ir of "Ksntl.jnne," Ac. (iioli-ev Mre.
, Wood is prevruted- Irom writing it by ill
,. he uhj- nh nun,ioas ahortur aloriea by a
br lliuiit g ilniy id 1hi wt.u ih.
'I n I.-idy' Friend will give a dotty eeeuled
Steel Engraving, a hnndome dennie-pBge.
. finely-eohiied Fa-hion Plmew-enprnveii oa
teet nnd a hv';e Hiiiortinent ot wood outa ll
litftnitlng the Fngliicos, Fancy W01U, 4o., io
' every number '
It h! gite hiew rmpular pleoe of mlinc
worth ttini'otn of tlie niagtuine in iterf m ev
ery uuinhcr. .. ,
Aehpyof the targe nnd benulifiil Premium
, Pteol liugnwin "t ne Song ot HomestEea"
engraved e-xpreeely for our renders, at a cont
lor the ongruviiigal jiie of Drarlv Sl.otOI will
t be sent1 (po-t-pm 1) 10 every lull ( SO) auburn
br, nnd In every perunn sending on a club
. Thmerutravlngi a gi-m oflril
UTTo Naw .-insCHisi:a. Mask Tar. New
snheorib-r" who tend in their name tvr lRon
b,-firre the Hmt of November, shall reeetra the
- Soven-.berand ('eeemher nuiobers of thl yenr
, in nildifva, nuking fourteen months in all)
And all new nub-wribrni for life aball roeelve
thw mngnit"eit iwemher boliday number,
making thirteen monUia in aUI
rtb'tilnnd the hrge rreminrt engTw ,
viugd 1 ) ) f ! ; j !
. ioopies t t I t t 1 1 ! t t
" (nd orH---i I 1 1 f
t r (mid itne gintie) ! 1 1 ! . 1 i
t)eopv eaerl of "I,dy'a Friend' and
,r. "Ptt.' od Premium Kngmving I f 00
The ltr-op of club wiff alwava reeelve a
copy of the premium Engraving. Membere
of a elnb wishing the Premium Engraving,
i mtt't remit One Dollar extra.
"Specimen, enroen sent gratis. '-'"'l
Addrets,, PIDAOON PXTIFSOlv,. J
, rJ lit Walnut Strew Pliikdtlpaaa. j
, , i '! 1 - .-;--t' ,-'-'!
.--, -. . : ; ' ;ai ,t'ii.
EVER IN M'ARTHUR!
? Wbat? Why, that complete and beatiful
assortment of Cry and Fancy Goods Just
opened at J. A. FELtON'S t It is ahead
of any ether lot ever brought to this
markctl The tweelttlof Cress Ooodl, tht
lovliert Cloaks, the most Superior Cloth
ing, and tboueanda of other fine things'.
Just drop luto bis elegant store and look
The Radical docti-ine ori
the State of the Union ia
properly Illustrated in the fol
Suppose A and B tmile in
a raercautilc business to ba
perpetual, and after awhile A
beins.the stronger concludes
he will taunt B and thereby
provoke a quarrel, ; out of
Which quarrel a fight gfowa
up. . The fight terminates In
the utter vanquishment of B,
and because -it does, A de
clares that B has no rights in
the store." This is the declar
ed result by A, notwithstand-.
ing B put in an equal surri
With A, '
' U this illustration
If it 13, what do you think of
a party that holds and teachea
Think of thi3 you wha de
sire to do the clean thing!
IICENSTID BY" THE
Se'Cs -THOMPSON & CO'S
GREAT ONE DOLUR.JALE OT
Bilks, Ebawlt, Dress floods, Linen
Goods, Linent; Dry . Jnods,
Cottons, Fancy Ooodt
.1 Albums, Uiblee, BU- -
' . teiPlattd Ware, :
"' v v Cutlery, Bew.
: log Machine, n ' T
. 9. - - . ... "T -
Thctt rt!iUt h Utoliialtfu un!rmtrietct
OXE VOLLAREACU, aud net UU
. r "ntil you hnov Wunt you
. ars torserioe. . 7wii opu,
far and economical mtlhoJ'
0 duing biuintu in , ,
tht country, t
(2rRy ntttrouiiini this aale vnti ava
ehanoe lo exch inge your Roods. -
The Smallest Article sold for ONE DOL.
LA K can he exchanged, for Bilvet
dilated, Five Bottled Revolting
Castor, or your Choice of a
large variety ofother A.r
tides upon "Ex-
TEIIM3 TO AGENTS'.
rertiflcstes civini a eomn'ata dMmeniin.r..
teles to he sold f jr one dollar, witl be sold al
TEN CENTS each.
For a Chief Thirty r and thru PoVan
The pnnon eending It can have their choice of
the follow ng articles as their eommliiaion: Id
yards cotton eloth, liana -loth pants patero,
snlemlid howie knife, luncaiter omit, engrated
llrer spoon holder, parlr Indian' extra a-ialltv
eloth boots, print drens pntlern, worsted renlr.
fiat shnwl, white I nin table cloth, set dt steel Wa
ded knives and forks, set of silrer plated torka.
embossed talile spre1, elegant engraved nlvee
plated gold lined goblet, violin and biw, tincv
drees patern, eltgnnt mile bradeif panuol, loo.
pii-ture morooeo photograph album, e'eennt
ivnrv handled a isngled silk lan, one dneen large
aised liien low 'l, funey ba'm irnt akirt, la lie"
mroocoseoi p ng has;, honeycomb ouilt, njliam
bra quilt, ladiea, ohd gold Califiimia diamond
ring, genu' plain or enarar d gold ring, (ie
arrets line.) . Ladies' solid block walnnt writing
dek. Indies' fini-y blnok walnut work box, en
tngeelodk. on dosn la lies' limn h;rnilkrci.ie
extra an ility, or one dosen geala' bum haai
i"or a Club 0 Sixtf, and Six DottoTt,
Onaof the following artlelcs: o yard s'laetlng,
hma eloth punts and Teat natern, (ur hon.
comp qmlla, cylinder watch (looble harreled ri
-i8t.1l, nmey ca.hmoie dreea-gatera, thibetahut
three- ds. double width WHlerproof cloakin?,
lonn T'lv wool froeking. set of Inoa ctirtaina, la
dies' double wool shawl, silver plated card bas
ket, eplriidij engraved fiver plated lee pit -her,
enar'ared silver plated ten not, ion picture Turkey
moroceo phologrnnh album, kmeaor quilt al
pneeadrena rtattam, engraved silver plnled aix
bottled revorving castor, pair of geftta' ealf boote,
splendid ha moral skirt, Jt of Ivory bandieit
knives, th xilver plnled furlta. rosewood frame
brnas nlnrm clock, pair all wool blanket. fDlend.
id beaded and lined silk pnYaeot, Indie,-' aidendid
moroatiu traveling bag, fmiraltiflmUraqoilia, Uur
tv yds print er a naiaalUea yiilt. ..
For a Club tf Can Uundrtd, mud Ttt DWf-a,
no yda skew ing, fancy eashmern- cret, panta and
vest paltern, extra quality, i grave-nlver pla
ted six betth-d revolvuig oaxtor, witlt cut gl iaa
hollies. ptir'epleudi't roi-e blanket, imr splend
id en roved eiiver plated tea set, (ihree pieee
arearOowl. t-ai'Ot ano ereaanee.t ailn.e nlt.t
eek liaaket, hooy plaid wont oog ehawl, twan.
f;-ilve yards hemp eaipenting, splendid aiolitt'
and bow, English b,imge shawl splendid aluiooa
drees pattern, silesr himtma caaad mtr.h. mlM
d.d bible, with elegant steal enjTamig. family
record nnd photogrnph piite, poplin drew pat
tern, eca-raved silver pi tted loe piUiher, spleo-lid'
1 eoordeon, muaia box, on pair Ana djma- ta
ble covers with one doetin dinner napluaa te
etj.Commision lorlm-cerolucs ia proportion.
Agents will please taka noB'oo ol this.' TSj not
send names, hut number your elub frora on
upwards. Slalte your lettera short aud Blam aa
IAU.E rAK'ltJULAtt HtTTrCrT. '
nature and send menev bv rendered InUap.
when poaaiijtei In nwine iniCaTioftwomintry poat
rmnlerahnve refu.ed te forward letters' to- ov
uppowingihHtowrbnwaea came under Simla
aga aet lotteriee,glReMerarisve, An., although it
iua wemiri aim over oeeiarea lawlnl bythwaa
thoritiee. This aetion leinitiimted bv the Wln,,
toountry merchiiuta. In owe auv posimvier
liouid agmndconu to forward ratter, aouJ b
ejprena, - 1. . . .
Wo cannot be reeponaihle for money kartv m
leass scn.e pisiiutioi.s are takca tw iiuvra Us
luetj. , .
' BBIvO ru CICTJLARS. "
Seed ' your addrew m full town, eon'nty and
state, , ,1 : M. J. TltOtWCrlOl
U-tf . 13 FadetaJ bureeu ktuMoa. Mwaw.
' To'baooa Awttdala -r
TCARTt JITEU " removo alt deairefor totwe.
f uo. Thta great remedy ia an auellent appa.
tiaerw It puriaea tha blood, tnvip imtea the aya
tein, poaveasva r-eA auuriahinj and atretic .Sell
ing power, enables the au,iu,oti to igl- th
h-artiesi Smd, m.ke, sleep rafrealiiog, aud A.
teblishekvabuat health.-' timokera and eheWera
for tiwy yeara eumal. rrto&oMit par box, po"t
Arm, A u-oatiee on the tniunoua eiwata of lo-
bacco, with 1 eta of references, t.-nimoniala. A,-..
eirtrr. 'Agame wsnted, Ad na Vi T. R.
ABBOTT. Juy City, M. 4. 13.3m