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National Democratic Ticket.
Of New York.
GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR,
1 1 MBMntTiL cirrTnan, stat tlaok.
, F UKU8 P IUNNKV. ofCuvahoga,
HUGH 1. J K ETT.'ot Mui-kingum.
' i: "' Disyticr nrctor.
lalJoHN B J KB P, it' HimiHon."
; 2-1 M N'Bf,t of Munition.
jflKi W IIOKX nt Mnntgnnmy.
4 h-niLUAM J J ACKPON. of Miami
Gb-IHAACH ril LAOS, of Ai m.
6ih MICIIIKI. II 1)4 VIS of Itlermmt.
7th M. J. A I.I X INI'Eit, af Green.
Bih R. F. Pt'PI'l KTdN, of Delawsr.
' t'h ifOl.Plt. Kit AEMKR. of Ottawa.
' 10 L Al KKW HO'CH, of Wood.
IIL-IZKA V. I'KAN. 0' Lawrence. '
3th Jiir-tOc I J.OKKBtK, of Pik.
13th ( HARLF.H rM KTT of Licking,
14 k IOU8l'ON H.Pi'rPLKTON.oft train
16'bUMAC ("TANLrT, wf Amen.
IS A. W. ?ATRH K, of TuMrin.
WiutAV(;LL MrlLLlAMH, of Carroll.
IBUt C HO I V PR, of Sninnit.
. 19 I.-MA1T. BIKCHARIt, of Tiomhnll.
' ' Ljt u& hnve peace I" said Louis
Jfapoluoii, on the morning of De
comber 2, 1851, when he had 1m
.prisoned the Assembly, nd extia
gainhed the Republic in the blood
of the people of Pari !
1 Poon Man 00 matter how much
you mav esteem General Grant-
remember shut he is in league with
your oppressors! That he is the
bondholder's candidate! That he
is in favor of taking from you by
taxes which nro hidden in the pri
ccs ot tea, coflToo, sugar, tobacco,
coftU. DnntSu. &e.. fnllr one third f)f
, f w
ell the money which you earn by
your hard labor!
If the infernal fanatics and abo
litionists ever get power in their
hands, tlioy will override the con
stitution, sot the supremo court at
defiance, change and make laws to
Buit themselves, lay violent bauds
on those who differ with them !n
their opinions, or dare question
their lntttliibiiitv.ftnd tinally bank
vnnt the count -v and deluge it with
March 7th, 1850.
At the October election, 1864, the
Democracy of Ohio polled only 182
438, votes. Thirty days afterward
they polled 205, 299 for General
George 15. McClellan. If under the
discouratrement of 1864, the De
tnocracy of Ohio could make such
an Increase, what is there in the
result of 1863 to dishearten them
Let us make one grand effort, and
we can add 20,000 to our vote in
Ohio for President in Noy nbor,
II Cuba h. The notorious treasu
ry thief. Bill Gibson, is beaten for
Congressl So is the head ' devil in
tho';, impeachment villainy, Jim
Ashley! So is Ben Eooleson!
We have also gained several mem
Vers of Congress in' Pennsylvania
and Indiana.,. Wo have reduced the
Radical majorities in these Slates
to nuros winch make their victo
ries "mens nominal. ' Ilurrah for
Soy nouriaiid Blair! At them
aguiu, Democrats, on the 3d day
jtovenuor next., ;
Ftiasa'i Oiimcuk, ,Fui 18B. So
it lh Urn to fuhotttibt fortht Farmr'
Ckron'elt. puhlli titd fTi-r Sturdj t
Cu'umbu'l Oliio j I wfta k DvastT.
Ti inn, iwo, jollart per year in adancf
Ten topln for lififtn Jollia. . Tj alt
Dew. nihiorihert the pyer will, bit fnrn
lse'l ibt ballanoo 0 tut fr 181 fret
At Itiiuin hire' beta mi it tbt Ed'ut-
rini Oirpt, l ho paper will tontlau
to b. it Kiii leru, toeonil to no atii
cul m' p-p r 10 b,o toqniry. All Pot
mit. art amhomM ' to ot at tgtnlt
DWYER & BUSBEY,
Tan, motto of tbt MoAritmr atrotHtc
Th !' bar 4atdtd iiiai O. Dow
A?o h't tht (nttl, tbt bttt.' and
lot of UrtJi jn .JUcAnkar ikt not
tuiiablt lor tint ttaion anl lor Ult
.. eihty. i 'm "J t-' i.
ii viiecnuacKs are- good
enonrn to pay tho; Farmer,
the " Muchaniiv the Laborer,
the JVIerchantr. the Soldier,
Und the Soldier's, Widow who
.pny tho'taxes, they are good
, enough to pay the Bondnold-
cr, who pays no' taxes. ,;,' a .
Democrats l. The' Jacobins
aro rejoicing at the approach
of the time when " the Ameri
can Republic will. be Mexi-
'You must work to save the
Republic established by your
Rally for Seymour and
Blair. , . .
Voters, you have now een
for yourselves the contempti
ble trickery resorted,! tcuby
le Ridicals to gain votes;
and to defeat them entirely
on November 3, von, will
have to watch close.
Democrats of Vinton
county, be sure and take ev
ery man to the polls next
Tuesday I See that the lame,
the sick, and all are provided
with a buggy or wagon to go
and vote for less taxation!
Seymour and Blair are the
candidates of those who are
in favor a Government ruled
by white men.
Grant and Colfax are the
candidates of those who fa
vor a Government ruled by
negroes and bayonets.
Wendell Phillips, the lead
er of the Radical party says
"The mottoes he has lent to
politics or history, are Buchns
a bull-dog might have growl
ed at. A nation battlimr for
an idea takes for its leader a
man confessedly destitute of
meas. , . , k .
There! Voters, voir will
De unroa to vote tor a man
"destitute of ideas " 1
"Whilu Seymour, the Dem
ocratic candidate, is an ac
says Grant is "a
a vote lor reymour is a
vote to give 250,000 disfran
chised white men in the South
the privilege you enjoy.
Votersl Committees! Be
vigilant and poll every Dem
ocratic vote on Tuesday, No
"Who refused to exchange
our starving: prisoners
The Bondholders demand
that labor and production
shall be taxed for their bene
fit; they claim that they are
a privileged class, ana ex
empt from taxation. '
Pay.the debt in grenbacku
and yoii reduce the burthen
of the people. Everything
we eat, drink and wear, are
now taxed, to pay the bond
holder. All vote for Seyfeaour,
lilair, and less taxatipnl . ;
Tn 1864, the; bondholder paid
$250 in gold lor a $oUU bond
lie h(i8 drawn interest in arold
upon it,to,the amount of 120
which was worth at . least
$200 in currency. If bis bond
ia paid, In gold he has cleared
$250, "wroth $375, and thie
added to the interest, makes
a net. profit of $575 in four
years on an ' investment -o
$250. Vote against the bond
holders on Tuesday, the 3rd
This Bondholder pays no
taxes npon hw bonds, for thev
are exempted by law. The
Soldier, the Laborer, the
Fanner, and the Mechanic
pay their own taxes and the
Bondholder's too. Vote for
lose bonds. . ,
Rnevl.--0. W. PATtot, dealer'
Wetehea, Clorke, Jewelry, ki kaa re
noeed Mi ttoek and ('or to Pad' rs!1d.
trr, door weet ef Hit ? Offlne, tad
hi received t flnt tnd beaatifnt Jot
Jentlry which fct It telllnr af Vary low
rale. , Git l 6i bl adTr
Mfw'e-ntJaUilspftptr, if " ' v
Look here, Democrats and (Jon-
sevatives of Vinton! Now is the
ime1 for you to make one grand
rallyl Work hard till the polls
close on the 3d! Get every Demo
crat to go and votel Lose not a mo-
Phillips, the great, leader of the
Radical party lajs of Grant's drunk
"Hi was drunk, in the , public
street1 since the lstof January. This
s a tact as patent as the sun at
oonday; none but those too, dis
oncst to be trusted with public
ournals (bats passiui; : thomsolves
off for owls) deny it."
Voters, can jou support a drunk
ard for President?
Vote for Seymour and Blair and
a white man's Government. i
A vote for Grant is a vote to de
stroy the Government.
Columbus Ohio What It Cost.
The increase of tho Radical vote
in this county over 1867 is 198.
It is reported and generally believ
ed to get that increase to the pells,
cost the round Bum of $2000
That was at the rate of over ten
dollars for every increased vote lor
There is no truth in the absurd
statement that there will be a
change in the candidates for Presi
dent and Vice-President on the
Democratic ticket. ' ;j . i ,
Seymour and Blair are the choice
of the American people.
The Democracy are opposed to
all forms of repudiation, but favor
the payment of the bonds in green
backs and their taxation ,the same
aa the farmers property is taxed
Democrats,, our vote "was not at
the polls on the 13th, by two hun
dred votes... , i ,
Bally every man to the polls on
the 3d day of November.
A6te'fof 'Gfant is a vote to give
the control of ten States into the
hands of ignorant Negroes.
WTho says the Government must
be ruled by Ignorant negroes and
Grant and the Radicals.
Do you want to vote for a drunk
ard? If so, , vote for Ulysses S
juuke no bargains to remain
away from the polls on the 3d of No
Seymonr and Blair are the candi
dates of the tax-payers. ,
Vote for them on Tuesday the
"Who favors a policy that gives
the white man control of the Gov
eminent? , n
Seymour, the white man's candi
date for the Presidency. '
Horatio Seymour our candidate
for. President, is a membsr, of the
jJemocrats make your arrange
ments to attend the election on the
3d day of November. !
, Vote i Grant, tho Andensoriville
murderer, a back seat Qii Tuesday,
the 3d day of November. ' 1
Let every Democratic, and Gon
servative Voter attend the election
on, Tuesday, the 3d day ot Novem
Whydo Radicals abuse fsynnur?
Recause he saved Washington City
in.186?. ' Ni.
How The Public Debt is Paid.
Man lth 1ar;e turn of fold loliloqui
ff. "Next MAnd-iy my pronerl I ton,
iiaeeeedr I bee on hand $2 000 Incur
reney end $20 000 in (old. 1, eeanet ef
nrd it pee ti on all : thao. yet I hti
t twtar Ibat I her lee. Let' ttt; htw
tm I to menaet lt7 Ah I I hare It bow
and ht walk rapidly down to tht Thlm
Vat'onal hank. 1
"Oond nto-nlnK Mr. A," and tht tmeolh
featured cathitr fe all imilM, for h
know who Mr. X" I. '
Wl, I thank you, C." reton th
rl'nrt!o A., "Hart you any 70't
htnd?"'. .. 1 1 'v
0, yee," rttpoadi C ; "bow many w!U
you bat.?" '" :,t '" '
"WtM, (oe'enlatiot) tht nnl'tr tf $1
000 or to. Th faet l, I want to rt
port to tht tetof Mt nday. knd t wan
to get rid of my yellow boy for
f'W cay ' "Theeer taxet art derli.h
ij-, and t at feel Ilka paylnf tbe
Government texea wbta I avoid if
rkre poor devil .bet art toiling la tar
mechlnt shop, en onr fttrteti, tt lllllnf
Iht tot), will do that for ,,
, ug much, my by boy." patting Mr. C
on tht ohonldtr, "for BMlog ft Ood JUd
icl Covr8iBrl .i i ;. ..tV ! -:
k onrrf ipjndat at Ur..u4 Uapidn La
or Uri a pioaohtt It tbt bouiliotdert lit
Obi thoo tlini. Dot t?f 1 bondbotrtor;
hon ttn't tat to rta-l tti eommaodfflen1
boa ahalt not ileal," but (hint ey an
no waah 10 read, 'thou hiilt not ooret."
tat li.tea tn my ord ek thoo-h col I
eklnff, tas exempted beodtvotilerl th,
ime bat oomt whoa IM ary of -ator
hleft Hop thief!" will not dt-r ' the peo-
le. tht lolllar people or America, (roo.
nowinc Iht real thlerer.'- 'Beeoher ma
nar, Ureiley nay lnm.; aye, all h"
oett of (he tribe of rhrlialc, may writbe
hat il will arait tht not. De.iit, oh, J
oraeta bttrttd boadbolnert, . m you
rte4 for fold. .
The Bondholders. What Radical Success Wil Do.
It will doable ibt T'ue xf Ikt exeaioi
A property of the bondboldeii
It will add eight hundred million to
he puMio debt . ' .
It will add two nourt ttore to Iht daiW
labor of wotkinf men to Buy the lnerea
,1 con ol urine;, eaaeeil b the iacreaeen
alalia to meet tbt Intraait of th pub
io del.'t. ... j j
It will continue the tehebit of told for
he bondholder and ffer enrrenoy f
ho people. , .
It will toRllnnt and (aereeet (he ei
emption ef tboueaadt of nilllont of prop
eny irom an taxation, . ;.
Brery wrkint man wht rolet the Rad
ical tioket a ide and ritrtS nne more link
to4 the chain that binde hi to J ht fellow
lahornr. band and foot, at the tl of a
moneyed arUlocraoy. , . ,
Increase the Public Debt.
lion. Kubert L. Walker, 'one ' of the
blett men that eerr presided rer: ibe
TrtaMjry Department of the. Vniitd But,
ha ,ahlUned, with tht tpproba'iot of th
lreenl Secretary of the Treasury, a Ublr
oonpihtd from tbt book of th depart-
meal, by wbHh It appear:.",, ,
1 That the public deht We trealer no
the 3Utof Au.uai tan, by over $100 000
D',0 tliaa U wa on ibt firet tfi. April,
2. That tht rait ef the lacreaet of th
Ub( from the let of ApriL 1SG j. to the
81 eP A'U net laet. Wat: at the, rale of
oeer$t 100,009 pr Month, cr nearly $50
000 000 a year, ,.:,-:t a
9. I bat tbt debt Wat treaiar on thr
31t of Auyuat Het that raj on the
let of Hay last, by S3 0&Sfi8 : .
4. That tht. rata tf lasreaet" for the
four month of May, June, July and 4a
guel lal, the yearly- inereatt' tf th debt
wonia nt orer wiougjvvot) .i
0 Addiee to ihit early Inereat thr
annual ia trrtt a tht debt at th rate of
eii peretnt. ft year eompoundvd annnallt
rr twenty yere the debt, Inattad of be
in; paid, would be tnort than : doublf I.
and would largely neeed . FlVB liiOUb
A.ND JlILUUiS OF DuLLAUS. , . ',
Increase the Public Debt. How It Was Done.
IT wat coiifideniiy aii in the corres
pondence Irom Wanhtncton published in
b journal of both political partle that
tbt public drbt atalamcnt 'for the month
of September would exhibit an inerca of
th debt or tbrtt or four million. Bui
thtftatemenl at publiehed (l ow, inttead
of an incrtc, a deortatt of nearly a mil
lion. How i thie?
It itrled that thia tlWed inelfnif-
Icent deoreaat hat been hroueht about b
heary receiptEjof iairrnnl revenue during
me latter portion or bet.temoer.
Infornuition, kowrror, from Wahlne
Ion aliowt that this apparent decrran
wa made nt by oarrriug ceriotue larje
arraiite on the l retAurer to the monih
of Oelober, while th smr.nnt of th re
oelpt np to tht eer ' Uei uiotoeut was in
eluded in tbe (tatement.
Tbue, Iht Statement for Pectember was
mad to exhibit a mill decreaee of the
ublio debt, it bring the lait official re.
port on the drbt to be mad public befort
nt etatt elreltonion the 13,1 inel., and
ht Preeidenlial l:o'.:ou ou the 3rd
Colfax a Know Nothing.
The Kadical t'dpere have (leux'd (hat
Colfax war a Know Nothing - The Na
I tonal lntelllxena-r bn looked up thr
proceeding or the Know Nothing Cunven
lion het In PhiUdilphia, io June 13iS
and glee Iht oauits,.of th delegate
from iht suitor Indiana... lhr ar a
follow.' . , ji, - . ... ;t ,
William Cemttoek, KSrSehuyrer Col
f,J5t Oedlove 8. Orth, Jolm Mtrver
P. U. Allen Jamtt B. hi. 15 rant, Thorn
a C Blaoghltr. , , .:. .... i ...
i And lhafolluwiog Committee on plat,
form s.i .. ' '' '
, Gihian, of Illincte,-' rPoirt of
Indiana; bront, er New i York; tinh, a
Ird ana; Pperry, f Connrotlrd ,- Eiln, o
iht Ui.tr lot tr CoramM ; ' L. romirr,
Uaefaohaec'ti; Battling,''' of V ire in
rteahler, of New Jtreer; ( Rich ard, of la
dlana,' tlalhewt. or i:ljr,.ruie, . .
1 That etttle tht fetter. V, '
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How a Peck of Corn Meal is Taxed.
I ilia ailrgad that Iht w I ,y riiitt.
pay all tht taxtt and that tboa who la
bor for H'lag, pay none. A Weitern
papol In tnewer to tbt ftstertion the
btaant ft1 man tt poor bt can nol bi tax
ni. thu ehow bow tvtn a pe-k of nnal
t'trchaeed by ft poor ,man to aid io feed
ng bit femilr of lilt.! oliildt-KO i taxed
in aid ia paying tht interest en untax
bond ,.t ray.. i:.'ii -ii '
Tbt torn, from whitn that peek of net'
wat made wa raieed aa taxed land, pit
-d bf ft taied plew, drawn by taxed bore
et bitched by taxed rear. It wat hoed
with, ft taxed hot, cultivated wlih ttx'ri
impieBte gathered with a ' taxed wa
ion, drawn with taxed boree, thrown In
io taxed etlb, tbtlted on taxed ma
flhine. tjeatarvd ia ft taxed meanurt, I
ken In ft taxed taok tnd ground in a tax
ed nHI, titved ia ft taxed (ivvt, mix.,'
in ft uxed pat)., ttlrred with t.
ed tpooft, tftlttd wi'h taxed tall, put int
used bakt pet. b-k'd in ft taxed tove,
laid oat en a tvxtd plat, cut with it tax
d knlf, n ImiI; ealen by a prettt
keavlty taxed man . If it were net for tax
et yaw tould buy ft baehel of meJ for
what that peck tott yon. Baiide it i.
tot en that alone that you ara taxed, but
upon, teety . thing you .e it bay,, A
pnand of tugtr toatt only tbret or torn
oentt, bat yon hat it pat from el x teen tc
iwraty. A pmnd tf toffe only tottt lea
nnt, bttt yn havt to pay thirty, tad 1'
it totis yto thttt knadrtd dollart year
tiuppert your family.'yoa may taftty
y tnt half tf thlt it tat. Now, I ii
any wondtr tat time ar bard fd Ibat
yot flnd it diffioult I IWet
Will you ' ToU tha . EepubBoan
ticket, and thereby rota for your
own servitude 7 "as you mike
your bed,'ao'you must )ie."
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[From the Irish Citizen.]
The Irish Vote.
' We observe that certain Fenian
pouters stil! . continue to spout
hat the vote of Irish citizens at tin
coming election, is at auction thai
t shoulil be given, and will be giv
en. to Kadicais and Democrats in
difTurently, in proportion to their
devotion, respectively, to the .cause
of Ireland. This is sad, helplesf
sort of work;- they are all devoted
to us now, tho dear lellowsl ihey
are vying with one another in giv-
ne us "pledires that w, tinpjnu
us the blarney; they are all for de
claring, enacting even, that adopt
ed citizens must and shall receive
the same protection" abroad
which native citizens receive: You
cannot lay dowu a proposition to
this effect which a stumping poli
tioian of either party is not ready
to adopt with enthusiasm; where
upon, the stumping man of the oth
er party immediately inproves up
on it by another proposition still
more generous. It is in vain, we
apprehend, for any spoutors, or any
ntnguers (and they are both ai
work) to attempt to influence the
vote of, Irish-burn citizjns in any
event, or- under any pretext, so a
to give that vote to the Radicals.
Whatever doubt mny hang over
the profession of Democrats in this
campaign time, there is no doubt
that the Kitdtcal party is the bum
ble servant of Great Britian, and
the natural enemy of Ireland and
all things Irish. We adviso the
rish-born citizens not to trust any
professions or "pledges" of Radicals.
We advise the Radicals not to make
contracts for the Irish vote, cither
ith spoutors or intriguers. They
are going to be treated all , round.
All indications show that the great
power of Irish citizenship on this
on this continent (except-Orange
men and tho Iiko; will roll itsott up
n a solid, mass lor beymour and
Blair. - . ,
WHO PAYS THE TAXES?
WHO PAYS THE TAXES? A Few Words on the Mechanic and Laborer.
Toe Rudtoil papera onoot uodereiand
why tht DrmooMt m ike inch an out
dry about tht taxe Thr tell ui we art
montly poor people, who ha liitle prop
arty, and who pay o iX't, heaa
hey da nol AnJ our nam. in tht -
r'e lilt. The sr.at marufaelitrert mav:
think Iht pay .lax : tm OAnufaclured
goadt;hat do Ihey? Whatever lax Ihey
pay they eh arte tt-. Ibt wholesale p-ir
ebacer-and veenver Knock from hint' wiif,
ntercst. Th wboWale lealer add the
tex and ttill more interest, to th bill
it ud to ib re'atl torekreper. Thi-
atorekeeper put hie own tax an-i all the
accumulated tax taxes the other, have
barged to Mm upon the price of t'e nr.
licit whan he rpIIr it orer the Country to
the wcirk niraan Tila ia whit make
things an dfr. Tin laborer, buyiog buy
in good in the s'ore, bus to pay nm
only the original vatu of th the thing
hut all the tax on it th.it lie hven paid
at each eiate. by manufacturer, wbnlaaa'e
d'ftler, and atotekerper. F.ach of these
in turn recover from the next man the
amount of taxe Ihey liae pi l; but the
la at man, the lahnrrr, Iht commuter, the
ultima' owner of the article, who dncn
nol sell It to anyb'dy elt. but koeos it,
me it and wears it out who paya him
tbe accumulated tiumion whtih all than
virhrr men have, one aftrr tbeo'.htr. piled
upon ti.t good, to eunhle them to mt
'ht drmands ot tht lax-gtuber-r? Thr
ax i ahified from manufaeturer to
wholes il- dealer, and from him to ihe
or, keeper, and front him t the work
ingmao, lint on w)im ehall th wnrli
tngman eiVii ft the tax? II' must par it
nil. and get none of it hick from anv
hody flee. Aa long a the good are liv
ing eold and transferred from hand to
hand, so , long the lax ie ken) eliifiinir
from on roan'a hick to aeoth'': b'H
when the artiote cease to be turned on
in trade, and become appltM to thr it
for whinh it was d.algned 'hn tne tlx
can benolurthtr thiftel. The man who
werrt tht thin pay ih tax of th etnr.
teener who sold it, of the wholesale deal
er who aupnli' d itlo tbe ttort, and of ev
ry mar, that baa handled ii.bsok to tbe
coil.on. factory millionerie in whoaa mil
it, was woven. As .lfT-rson eavs, "taxa
ion is like a ball rolling down etaire
hump on every atop, but it Anally resta
on the to weet." It ie the workinir mas
a? who pay the lxe: it it thev Wbi
h.vw the ideepeat inlerrgt in hones' ai c
.cenomieal adminiairati'in of the Govern
meat. It is their niotirv thai pay th
Freedroen'e Bureau, an i euppirtr lair nr.
grn in Idleneee, and rascally earpot-hat
tert in playing prnnk bcfir Hish tleav
en in the eiaeity of bogus legislators
the Statt of tbe Hou'li Tb ntn in this
coun'ry who work with their banda for
laity bread ar th one who pay Ihe
four , hundred million dollar yer
which Iht .Kadical contrive tu diaip
in tarrying to tht OoruramenL Brook
WHO PAYS THE TAXES? A Few Words on the Mechanic and Laborer. ARRIVED! ARRIVED!
Ttt moat alrgant eisorimcit of Pry
Good, Rtidy-roade ( lothinc. Coo's and
Shoes, and all th' numerout other art i
ete. for, old o- Tonnr, large i.r small
hav jutt barn received al Ilia well known
Hons of J. 8. Hawk, wbert p ices tr
aloaish'a(iy low . C.lt end re them b
fort roirg tl.e iierc. Hit etock it u
Hrb, and the prices n'ea"e all. .
At ExTctiai PacniDN Orrxe,
Messrs. fiaughsrty , ft . Beoker, th tn
rp Iting . peblietert of Our Schotlday
V'titor, Phi'adelrhla have just puV.if-bed
large, original fintlv ex 'U'ed eleel
ilatt ingrating, frasr th btad of tb ee'-
tbrattd Brialn. whioh i deatlatd to
sunt tnt of Iht moat popular picture
of 'he day. U hn. tost m nthi tf fk'!l
-dlbn,and tnrre It, an $1,000 it oath
The'af'' thlt tjitgnifimna cngravint
(vb'eh aanaol bt prncurtd oiherwit f r
test than $2 50,; anl a oopy of 0tv
SeiooWoy riior. an of tht oldest, kind
lomeel "d oheap.si Tonug Eolks month
ly ttagai at puhMiS-) in tbi oui'rr,
tht pri' of which aloo. la $1 IS ft year
bo'h $1 101 - "her tlubs art formed a
etilt greater tduoiluo., A rarttbaatt-
A ten it waattd . evorjwbert. i Addrttt
f UattghUry ft Becker, Pnblitbtrt, ' i2i
WftlAUt BL, fBAlaajtiPhift, rt. -
MORE FUN! MORE NEW
Tot Me Arthur merchant trt all alive
iu baelnen tbi fell1 Out th well koown
l(maonl quick dealer in Uy Good--0
B. WiLt left fur iht eity ou Mon
Jiy for he pttrpoa ofpurohaelng a "teo
an I edition" to th ten of tbouaaud ol
other brlgl t and lovely ar'.iolea tf good
klrexl.y iu 1,1 h abli.hmeot! He ie de-
ermined to be ahead of all other He
hattbmio bargain?! Oo and set fo'
THE PLACE TO GET GOODS AT
Don't forget ti at M ii,a. ft Co.. at Ziles
kl bat an immenee ttoek tf Fall and
V Inter Good, direot f'om the Eietera
narket. Their sto-x is ledger and bet
rt, and their prices lower than any
ither eatabliahment in town. Belitvias
a the motto of "qulek itltt tnd toiall
radii." they arttel'.ing it'lr goodt aery
w. Tbost needing tnylhing la their
ine wilt finl It to thela interest tt glee
hem a call. .
Wi would again lemiiid our many good
tadert t'mt the New .Millinery (ttablith
ent tf O. U. ft M. will, two door.
writ of J.K. Will's Manimoulh Dr)
Good tlouae, la tb only place to go 'o
et the most beautiful Furt, Cloak.
French and American Flower. Bonnet
Hat Gloves io, exprettrly for tilt market
and for the Fall aad Winter trad at ht
then tht Cincinnati wholesale- price
Ladies, don't fall to give tbi Kew Htore
t call and t tht aid tnd aew things
Ir you want to ace all tht uw. th mod
lurable, and cheapen article in t'te
Hardware and Tin Wart line, Jutt girt
Hreono 4 GtBtoaa a ctllt
MtvuNrsx Good. Tht atteatioa tf
he publio is dtrsoted to tbt advertisement
f Met E B. ProH in this paper. Ehtt
he het mllllni r in thlt town thoroughly
uhderslands how to do a'l kind of work
n bar lint in tb moat tasteful manner
i iid in accordance with the lattat styles
Sht hat fiat and complete slook tf Fall
and Wlnltr, Millinery G iodt whioh the i
tiling lower 'than any othur ea.ablitk
meat.' ft -ad tht advsriisemut and give
her a call I , . . ....
Tut Eigle Furuat prriy wtt told
hy-Urta "SkooletVlrt ipirbtlS'titt; last
Ttesiay, loGcorj. Labtz, for Hit sum ct
130 050.00 .
Tlli: LADY'S 1 KIL.M).
Splendid Inducements to Subscribers,
The l-sdy's Friend annotincea the following
NntHclrfor I8'8: "llelaet-n t wo" ! bbailmth
Freacott, attth'.r of "ilow s Woman had Vr
Way." jr.?,; 'Dim Prae ol two Men'. I.nrs."
by amaii'la M. hotiglaa, suilmr ot' l'tte Ijp
tMrry r'ortntii," Jlu.j A new uvel,-t b Lauiae
Cniuitll.r Moulton, u thor of "Pi.eing ir.,m
K-i'i-," Jt" ; and a tu,w Novel br Mr, ileury
W.i'irt, - tha dimcuialinl Kngi,!i Novrli.t,
u;b'r of "Kat l.nn," 4c. (unli4 Mrs.
W'noit is prut mcd irtun writuiK it by ill
health)-with uumvroue ih,tcr atoriua by s
br.lliuut tfalaxy ol Uu? wi-.tera.
Tne l.aoy'. Friend will giro a doily executed
Stent Engraving, a hiinutn double lukc.
nncirfdiiret ahlnn Pbte-engraveo on
. hl.-el and iume aasiirtni.tit nt wood euts il-
luatrating tho t:u;hi.na, umy Woik, in., in
evi-ry mi inner
U Vtid sire s liree popular plec of muetn
tsorih itiM cost ol'tiie uiagastue in iuclf in ev
A cipy of tbe tnrae and Itooutiful Prciniiim
Fti'oi Kturra.-uw " I'ne rioau ol Home al S-a"
nt:r:ivi'd -xirealv for nor readers, at s vl
tor the engraving si me of nearly ti.tsoi will
tie .phi i.n t-nn i)io every ion ( ou) auoivri'
bpr, and t" tvpry p.r.on eenoiug oo a Huh
Th'si'iwravmff ia a K-in of Artl
ua" To Nsw .-usckisks..- Mask This New
etiha.:rih -rs who .etui in their names tor leos
ra-fore thn Hraf of NnviiilMr. ah', 11 weiv thr
Novell. beriin't liinvnilier oumheia of thia year
io ail.tu-vn, niaktag fourteen months in all!
Ail 1 all new aubnbers for l)W0 ahall rei-eire
tn nirtttn'ni'eot ie,-erira-r l'"hdsy uuniber,
niS'ting tuitti-cn nioiiina iu ant
1 cosy, (ssd th larire rremlnm (-
' viiik. i ' ; t ' I 4 I ! !
copies : : i : : ! : ; i i : t
" (and one tirati.) '..!!.!
t ' (and onetralla) !!!!
Onecony eavh of "Larfv'a Friend' and1
Poet,1 an 1 Piemiuni Kimravins t 4 Ot
The tft-ter-up of , cluh wl sUave receives
enoyofilie I'reminm Knyiaviuff. Meioben-
of a luh wiahnu the "reinium EugrsviOK,
. nin.i ivinii ne iiorarexcrs. '
' KW-tpecimt-n copies sent arali...
' tdro a, l'UCi)V fHF.rtsoi,
31S Walnut tilrcet Philadelphia,
THE SATUFDAY EVENING POST
ENLARGED AND BEAUTiriED
Thie iildeai etiH heat of the I.lternry Weel
lies has hen re, en'lr m 'okb sa sRaiTiri.
It la weekly emh.)i-hed with hnttravintta-inrl
its novtim, oTosist, tktTviiss, to., are uoi
it has ju't onmhieneed two .pleiidid Novel
eta" I'sa Ousts or th Sav(h " hv Una
tave Aimar.l; and 1r Us"iss mo vws iae-
ow, a novel of Society. t'V Bin 'heth Pre-wMi,
ai.. . .. ti1.. . v ... k... ur
auiuvi wi - iiwiv m n.oitau ii.mi lie najr,
New Novelets wilt ennllnnallv .neeeed miI
other. Amont those slresdy on hsn1. or in
progrs.s. sr., "'t aa MvsTEae or th vtsxr..'
a poaerliil .tory by Mrs Homier, and ""ri
Aeairr. or, Tea Ties or Fare, by Arnond M
Tn foT alo glvea tbeGtseor rat Em
A copy Ql' the larjre end Kpsntifiil Premiure
Steel toni.vihg--1 he -one: Home stHea
. entf raved expreai'lv for ou.- readers, et a coal
' forth enitnivnri slone of uiwrly tiMiowiil
i he sent (post pint to every lull (32,50) ijbvn
ber, sa l to every poison aen'ting on a club!
Ihisiaatroly rajauufiil ennrsymtl
To N'sw Si'sicsians Hull-New enbwr
" bers fi,r IwKt wiU hire their euraM-ripiioni
dated buck to I lie iaper of Sepiember ISth
u.itll Ih birga eliu a of that riste Is ei
baiinte.l. In that paper vre oominencvd t.
Novel-its ' 1 he Q,.eo of the --'aisnniih," ami
"St eore an l the iiraiion. 'Ibis will h.
6 Wi papers m sdrtition tothe ree-ilsrweeiii
num'-ers-ior lSiit or noarfy .ixieen month m
' all. Whrn our extra edition ia axnauKterf, to
nam"" of all new anhjurit-e a for ltuU will i.
enure-t on our list the very wees tn-y are r.
on vl of conr-a thoer. wno send in then
names the earlie-1 will get the greatest uum
herof U pspers.
Owint t Ihe nnnsqatly liber eharacter o
this otter, we .hall be aoinprUod to adueie
IricUy to IU term- :
1 ennv. (and the Uqe Premium Engra
ynin ) . ( i ;. i t t t . . ft no
Icoi'ie" t I I I t i i t , t 1 ttt
t fat one fcratis) I I t t I t S.Oi
I (and one trati) i . i i i t g,oo
One ennv eseh of P.et and 'Lady'
, Frtcnil." snd Premium Kngraviug t - too
The tenar.np of a club will ulwavr rexeive a
.tops of the Premium Enaraving. Meinbaraof
a club wuhini tb premium Ungiavinz, most
: Mraneoimenoop.es sent trrstls. ''''
'. Adareae, H. PttrRa-oHrv,'
Walaut atrett. PBiiwMpatl
THE CASE SETTLED
It it tow atttltd faat thai tht ITouet
of Pat Will ft Bto. bavt tbe tdvantfgt
ver tllothtrt. in both qnslity tad pritt
of good They tr well supplied with,
every ritieription of goods 4. ht mi t lt
jranl and tht rioht, tnd of iht Itltet
tt.vltt Jet lolroUoed into thie oonnty.
Tht drej good, wolen goo!j, tnd, la
'act, everything in tht dry and fuooy
;oods liae, ia beyond Ibt tatorlmtnt
ound atetwhert, tad their prices art)
nueh lower. Olvt them tbt tret call anil
vt yoi Benzyl
It I ald that at en timt tht bat lit '
f Duma Vista wat Inet to ilia American
ccording to all former ratet of military
'Hence ; but General Tv lor and lit men
went boldly for far i with tho fight, with
out regard to t d fety notiona tod tbt
.itneeqaenct wtt that their arm war
crowned with dor lout tad deoisivt vis.
ry. Let the Pemooratt take ft Ictoft
from tbi. Th email majority in ladU
intend Penylaiiia tan be wiped out,
ind f-ven Ohio mav bt. redeemed. Our
candidate for President, (leading on oar
pisiform. It ttronger then any of tar
Statt tiokett. tnd a tht Democracy hart
cont into tbi fight to win, they hm'd
ner.r tenet charging fiercetv npon tbt
hleek tohert of Rad'oaliam till tht but
hour ol (lection day.
Don't vote for Grant!
Vote for Seymour!
J)tNNIS W. BiXiWiat a AAXAT.
OTICB is hetwbr tlroa that th. andrieitnwt
ban hrvnduly appointed end qiialtSed as Admin,
i.tra'or uiho Ksutsuf Ilnni. W. Brownr. u,t
ot Vinton nuunty, Ohio.dcccaeed.
' ' JOHM POWO.
Ootober 3S, ISM la-. ,
NOTICE IN DIVORCE.
WILLflM COVOROVR, of adalnhie. Pan
count., sn.1 Ptatv or Ohio, t hemby oot,- ,
ea tnat Hmt ' Caiolma ConRrore, did,
on tho 41th day ooclooer, A. 1). isuo.Slaher
petition in tne otflos nt tne Cl?rk ofihe Curt of
Common Fleas, within and lor the oountv uf
Vinton and State A Oom, chsrvios the said Wil
liam :on-rove with wiK'ii shstmoe for oaore than
ti.ree fare, ami asking thit she may bo timcod
from said Wil luin Consrnve; which petltton wiJI
ataud tba bearing at the a.xt term ofssid oourt.
H a RtU ET CAROLINE COKCUOVK.
By P. B. Snivel, her AU'y.
ytjMhrlt,lt-t '' ' ' ' .
' LICENSED BT THE .
S. C. THOMPSON & CO'S
GREAT OSE DOLIA.E" 8A.IB OF
"8ilk, Shawls, Dreas Good, Llua . ,
. Goadt, Lioeoa,' Dry Joodt,
Cottons', Fancy Goods," ,
llbumt Bible't, 8il '.'.
Cutltry, Bow- r
leg Machines, ' ,
Thttt arlitlt$ la Utnld at Iht uniform prietqf
Vi k vuiyhAK ha vii aud not bt
pili for until you knew Kant you
art to receive. 7 he viott pepw
lor and economical method
of doing buwiert l
llQrBy patronizing thia tale you havt a
cbanca to exch 'age your goods.
Ibe Smallest Article eold for ONR DOL.
LA it can ha exchanged for t Silver
Ulaied, Five Bottled Revolving
Castor, or your Choice of t
large variety of other Ar
ticles . upon Ex
TERMS TO AGEKT8.
ertiScste tivinr a complete descrntlon ef av.
teles to he sold fir one dollar, will be sola at
EN tENTS each.
For a Club of Thirty and Thru Dollart
lie nirsnn tendint it cut bsve their ahoioo ef
the fullow ng art t ies aa their commission: to
3 ardsrntton cloth, Hans loth panla patera.
.plep:io: nowie untie, lancatter quilt, engraiM
Jlv.. anMnn knl.le Mm laAim U.l ..l,i.
-ilver epooo hopler. parti ladies' extra
cloth biatts, print tlrei-s pattern, worst. d brestr
fas shawl, whit I nin table cloth, eat ot steel bu
lled knives snd forks, artel ailrer piated forks.
emttocntaie spreid. elexant angraved stiver
plated told hneu cohlet. v olln end how, wnoy
trees patern. el.gant silk hraded imresoT. loo-
pioture morocco phntoeraph eibtim, etetant
v.ry handled spangled silk 'an, one rinaso laria
"ted linen towel', tsney balmoral skirt, uulist
vii.roccoseoppiiia bag. honeyeimb t'lttt, slhartn
bra quilt, IsUirs. sol a (told California diamond
ring, (tents' plain or enurav d gold ' fr.K, (It
criete fine.) Indies' solid black walaut writing
sk lsdie 'ancy black walnut work box, col
tate clock on loi n la hes' limn handkerchiefs
.-airs qnr ty, r on dozen geut.' liuin haud
Kerchiev. , . ,
, For a C,l uf Sixty, and Six Tlollart,
'trie of the fellow rog srtielee: 40 yarla sheeting,
hsrria cloth anta snd vest petem. pair boner
crop qinlts, ryUuiiir watch double barreled nSe
.latol, fancy rasbmre ilreneaaiern, thitx tahawl
three yd, double width wi tcriroof chalking,
oua yds- wool frtM-kint. set o Isoe eurtsma, la
'lev' iloiililo wool shawl, silver (dated csrd bas
ket, aplf nrtid enciaved spcr plated ice pitcher,
eiigraved silver platen tei.pot, luo picture 'J nrkey
miimeco' phuloam' h slunm, lamaster quill sf.
paoi-a dress l . tu.ro, elr-ied silyrr ( loled a
titled revolritig osator, Air of g nte' calf boots.
picnoiu m ii.' rat anil,, pv.
.91 ot ivory nana a
nivca, wnn Miyrr untirn una
s. row wood tram
brass alarm clock, osirall w ol blankets, enlend.
.it .beaded sndbt.ei'silk parasol, ladise' splendid
morocco travel. nn beg. pairtlhambraqnihe, ttur
v yds print oraniaiMiillea quilt, ,
For a Club of Cnt Hundred and Ten DolUn,
si yd sbee, tog, fancy cashmere rost, pant and
vest pattern, extra oiiamy. ei greyed silver pla-
led six bellli d revolypg castor, with cut gl ee
hot ties, pair splendid rose blankele. isir splivd
d epgrsvrd etlv.-r pitted tea eet, (three yie. s .
jirtaetiowl. tesf-ot eae ew awur.) silver phned
nake tiask.l, fsncy plsid wool oug aliawl, teen '
y-flve yards l enip ea-prntu g, spli Bdid Violin
ii, d bow, English barage shawl splendid alpaoca
irpsa pauem. stiver iiuiiung uaaeo wwicn, spien
Id bole, with elegant steel nrnreing. family
ecord and photograph pane, pol'n tirsea pat
ern, et graved silver plated ice pitcher, splendid
eaver cloafc pattern, slmrp's revolver, splendid
ec-ordeon, atusin box, one pair tne damask ta
le cover with on, doeau dinoer napkin tt
t Commission lor larger clue la proportiosu
Agentt wi'J please take nolle of this. Do not ,
snd names, out number, your clubs frtm etas
upwards. Make your letter tbort and plait at
. 1 AKF. PAR-ICULAR NOTICE .
Petur ana send money by reirtered letltr.
eheo poe&ihle. la sem insteitoet ceenlry post
aasters nave refii.-ed to forward tuem l ee, '
mppostng that our business came under the bne
g,nt lottenea, gift enterprise. An . although it
sis beea o'er and over drehred lawlnl Ijy the at. ,
norities. Thie action isinsliasled by the Jealon-y
f country merohanu. In oas any praist
Huld again deciina to loraard httttra, sad by
Wetsnnotbe restwoaibl r money lost, on
eeaa si.n.e itcautuu ar Itkiiw iBsiirt ttt1
Kf FOR HCULaRS. .
end sour addrret a full town, conete atut ''
atav 8 O TIiOslfMOifftOV. . ,
ItVif . I lxt Flmi Mree. Bnetoei, Hsae.'"'
WARFINTKI'0 remove i-e,ie iqryaa.
oo. Tbit rmdy Ul a exj!llalappe.,
. .i. a"--. . . . ,v -e . ,
nonnshlng and alfeng how "
ma power, eoaoies ' - ta
a-liX... CnMi. iruks-i sleep refreahmt, an4 aw. ,
labiiahearobuat health fmoUra aid ewera
abl'ahek robuat health r-moUra aid nit ,
Or .Uiy jer cured. Tree eO oeivta per boa, p4 .
re. A Uvawi-e on th injurioua emiete of l.
mcoo, with I ateo resVrenoao, teat, moe, ale. to.,
hu.. ,,n I
"JTiL. .anted. Addreea Dr. T. W
ABBOTT, Jersey Crry. t. J. rr