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M'AUTHUR, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO:; (THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1868.
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J. W. BOWEIT, Editor.
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
Th result of the election hold
on Tuesday in Vinton county is not
known at the hour we go to frees,
Elk township gave Grunt 41 major
ity. Those who voted to take the
necessaries of life away from the
poor men, women and children iu
this once happy land, to enrich the
bondholder and fatten the national
banks, are now brawling in the
streets about Grant having a ma
jority in the county. There was
great rejoicing after 12 o'clock
Tuesday night over the reported
Buccess of the bondholders. Three
or four bells wero rang for about
three hours almost without ceasing.
The Methodist church bell was rang
over one hour, while Grant was
drinking ;nnd imoklng at Galena,
Illinois. The Kudu feol happy for
what? THE LIBERTIES OF THE
PEOPLE- ARE . DESTROYED
AND ALL. ARE SLAVES FIRM
LY BOUND IN CHAINS.
The Tresldont of the United States
has issued his proclamation recom
mending that "Thursday tho twen
ty -sixth day of November, bo set
part and observed by the people of
the United States as a day for pub
lic praise, and thanksgiving to the
Almighty Creator, and Divinq Ru
ler of the Universe, by whoso ever
watchful, morcitul, and gracious
jirovidchco alone, States and na
tios, no less than families and indi
vidual men, do live and move and
Lave their being."
To B rnoscuMD. the Newark
"The Republican non-rosident
etudents at Granvillo College, in
epite of the law on the subject, vo
ted at the election on the the sec
ond Tuesday in October, and the
fact was communicated b.v telo
graph to other Ohio Colleges. This
voting was done, as we are inform
ed, by tho counsel of John A. Sin
ncnt, who declared if he were tho
etudonU he would vote if ho wont
to the Penitentiary : the next day.
Criminal proceedings against the
election trustees as well as the stu
dents are to bo commenced. After
the conduct of Judge Jones in the
election suits two years ago, some
thing it no use to make an effort to
punish violations of the law, whon
these violations muro to the Kcpub
lican party. We are not suro of
this and are willing tho matter
shall be put to a test.
THANKSGIVING. The Test Oath of Missouri and the
Test Oath Government of Ireland.
treaty of Limrick wossign
ed October 3, 1791, and says Sid
ney smith diffused comfort, confi
dence and : tranquility among the
Catholics," It promised thein such
tiaivileircB in , the exercise of their
religion as they did enjoy in time of
Charles 11, ana the Jung prrtniscd
them furtoer seourits. But October
22. 1791, the English parliment ex
cluded Catholics from the Irish
House of Lords and Commons by a
tost oath. In 1795, they were pro
hibited Ifotn educating or being
guardian to their own childred. In
1804 Bny son who would torn pro-
testant Was tbadeowner of his fath
er's estate. A Catholic was forbld-
en to luary a Catholic, or hold any
office or vote. In 1809 a Cntholio
was prohibited from holdine an an
tiuity for life, or keen a school, or
sit on a jury. And by the same act
rewards were onored lor the discov
crv of any Popish priest '
Sidney Smith savs: "This code
of laws reflects Indelible disgraco
upon the English charaotor, and
explains but too clearly the cause of
that hatred in which the .English
name has bo long held in Ireland
It would would require centuries to
efface the impression." 1
That is the way in which honest
and Intelligent minds in England
now view the Irish test bath Gov
ernment set np bv Parliament after
tho surrender at LiImricK.
But what has been the test oath
government of MiiBonri? What has
been the policy of the Clovers, the
Drakes and Strongs in Missouri?
They copied this infamous Irish
code, They have fixed the same
disgrace upon Missouri which black
cned the name of England. They
not only disfranchised votors, but
they fcllea.. the publio jails with
Catholic priests anl Protestant
ministers, and young girls who com
mitted no other crime than teach
ing school. They have made
Government tnoro,; cssontially and
thoroughly corrupt than any ever
known in all North America. The
tost oath policy in Ireland had. the
effect to taint the public heart and
onsionco to the core. .. It offered its
daily rewards for hypocrasy and
perjury, and .' the rewards - were
eagerly swallowed. The system is
true to itself. It is in Missouri just
How Radicals Secured the
[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Enquirer.] GRAFTON, WEST VIRGINIA, Oct. 28, 1868
Tba nrtaent eonlut batwaan tha nnlltiti.
al partial la Ibis SUts caa be liktoed to
a game of tarda plajrtd ia tba folloiing
manner; The Kadicala rui'oub tba oardi,
they shuffle them, they cat them; they al
io dial them and make Ibe lead. After
playing the game through, with a confed
erate holding a United Statei bayonet at
tba Demoorat'l baok, tba Radical round
tht ganul What ehanea baa tha Pemo.
aratT And what ohanee hai our party iu
hit Slate, under pretest Radical arrang-
CHARACTER OF THE REGISTRY LAWS.
From the earliest history erery human
law creatine; . an office baa partaken of
three characteristics. Ona eommanding
the oftleer what ta do, ona prohibiling him
what he Ia not to do, and tba third pro
Tiding punishment in ease bi Irani
greisea the law, It has been reserred for
the Legislature of West Virginia to enact'
a law placing al once both tha popular
will of the ballot and the jury system in
the hands of a cbossn few, with absolute
and unrestrloted authority. By speoial
enaotment the Registers are exempt from
punishment for any violation of duties
for any crime either of omission or eom
m'.rilon. No Court or tribune in fbt Stata
has any jurlid ction orer them. The
agrieted has no remedy at lav against
The eonieouenoeof this bat been that
they hare enfranchised and disfranchised
at will. Thousands who had an nndoub:.
ed right under tha Radical law had il
bean impartially axeu'.td to bare been
registered, were refused, Hundrids who
were registered and voted the Repnbli
ean tisket in lima past, but who bare
Joined the Democratic party, have for this
sole reason, been stricken from tha list.
SYSTEMATIC INTIMIDATION BEFORE THE
Another game in an attemps to enrry
tha State Was to andeavor to intimidate
tha Demooraoy. Ia dlferent parts of the
State, just previoua to tha election, the
Radicale carried on a system of night
meetings, parading through tha eountry,
visiting Democrats, booting, nisslng, fir
ing off pistils, and, in boils instances,
not stopping short or personal violence.
In Marlon eonnty their conduct was spec
ially outrageous. Armed bands of par
tisans dressed in every outlandish style
in particolored suits and masquerade
hats prowled through tha eountry on the
twe nights before tba election, outraging
deoanoy ana law.
THEIR CONDUCT ON ELECTION DAY.
Ia many inatanoea there waa gross mis.
eonduet on tha part of Radical Commis
sioners of Eleetlon on the day of election
In Pleasant Connty, the name of a Bad
leal oandidata waa acoidently left off the
ticket, and It waa not discovered until
soma tarea hours aner tha voting bad
commenced- A a adjournment, was had
for dinner, .jind tha - ballot was taken
away. Tha voting waa resumed after
dinner; When tha ballots ware finally
counted 1. waa round that tha candidate
wbosa name bad been left off, tbroaeb ae-
aidant In tha early part of tha day, was
even with his ticket, By some means
his lost votes bad been fully restored.
This facta needs no comment. In Woods
county Ihsra wera frauds In aaveral pre
einota. in jone preoinet votes wera re
ceived after nine o'oloek at night, and
after half the voles had been counted.
While al dinner tha ballot box was taken
off, nneealed by ona of tha Ouioors of sleet.
ion, oonlrary to law. In another precinot
tba ballot was taken charge of by a dap
aty clerk after tha votin g waa closed, un
seated' and tha key remaining in the
lock. Ea kept nntil nine o'clock the
following day. and when the votes ware
counted tha Radicals bad a greater ma.
forily than they claimed. At a precinct
in Wirt Connty, ona of tba officers of alee
tion, when ha received tha votes of a
Democrat, would open it, contrary to law
and exclaim; "Here Is another rebel bush
whaokar's vote.". Similar remarks were
frequently made to Intimidate voters.
Notwithstanding all tha hundreds af in
stancea which might ba mentioned as bar.
ing been committed during the day of
election, there ia no doubt that tha Dem.
oo rats polled enough votes to elect their
candidate. In all tha preoinota through
out tha Slate, when tha vota was counted
on the night of tba election, tha Demo
cratic gains wera so great that this re
sult elearly indioalad : but in a large ma
jority tha vota waa only partially counted
on the nigbt of tba election, or entirely
postponed nntil tha following day. Il
waa so arranged that ridera were sent out
in most of the counties, direoting tha Jus
tices or the reaca to hold tba ballots un
til tee following day before counting. In
most cases tha boxea ware unsealed. Tha
delay in counting tha vote of tha Stata is
Tha people of Wast Virginia have al
ways east thetrvote ties tott nntil its or
ganisation into" a new Stata. They arc
not, therefore, skilled in aetatectlng the
methods of fraud which eaa ba practiced
on tha unsuspetting by tha billot system
in tba banda of adepts. Tha Radicals have
had everything In their own hands, and
wera determined to win, by fair means or
When tha State was organised, the
Radical introduced the township system
of dividing tha oouatles. While that ays-
lent is good for a thiokly aattlad country
like tha New ngland States, it is very
burdensome in a sparsely settled and
mountainous eountry like Wast Virginia,
its re-uits wera to double, and tn soma in.
atansaa mora than double, tba number of
officers In a f connty, all of which ware
filled by Radicals. This la ana of the
great advantages they have obtained and
still hold. But tba taxes ' are so great
mat nepuDiioanr are asserting their par
ty in large numbers and joining tha Dem
ocrata. in less than two yeara wa will
without doubt forces the Stat Qovernraent
out of ita present fraudulent bands, for
our numbers will oa so large that ao sys
tem of fraud oan put as down.
. Governor Boreman, who has been chief
engineer of tha recent election . farce for
tba Radicals, will ba rewarded with a aix
yeara' term in tha United States Senate,
During tha week ending October 17th
tbera ware received at Cleveland 6,901
ions or iron ore, s.UDO.ooo pounds of mer
chantable Iron, and 892,200 pcunda of
spika and nails. There wars shipped da
ring the lama time 6,900 tone of era, 1,
046,080 pennda of Iran, and 431,100
jivuuui vi spiae ana nails. ,
' TheEadicals of the Ninth District
are gnashinff their teeth and tear
In their hair over '. the defeat of
Ulbson. " Keep cool, gentlomen,
voflr thief will be compelled to do
his stealing hcrcaftor as a private
Logan County Gazette.
The Result in Indiana on Congressmen.
The following is the result of the
election of the second Tuesday of
October, in Indiana, on Congress-
Dili riots. Rep. Dem. i
First 16'2(J 18120
Second 12343 18779
Third . 1493 ' 15585
Fourth 13413 13290
Fifth 15715 ,'. 14783
Sixth 1SI54 . 10682
8ivsi.th 18345 15568
Elahth ' 17233 14916
Ninth 15697 ' 14656
Tsnth 16551 ' , 14228
FlsvenlA . . 16480 14268
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The following is the vote for
Lmembor of Congress in the Elovonth
District, at the oloction on the 13th
Gallia , 1811
Majority for Wflsoa
Tuebe was lately sold in Alabama
some of tho very best land in tlio
Stato, at publio auction, for ono
dollar and ono cent per aero. Thoro
was no incumbrance no anythinff
but the dismal lookout ahead
that had anything to do in produc
ing this great sacrifice. This is the
effect of Radical Reconstruction.
Tbi following persons have letters re
maining for them In the Post Office at
Emma Black man, Rebeoca Conley, Wm.
Dent, Samuel D. Harper, Mary Holland,
Elisabeth Halb. John . Murk, Joseph Mo
Lauglin, Samuel MoShaver, Eliia Bad
Ciiff, Louisa Redia, Bridget Shean.
The Result in Indiana on Congressmen. Contesting Election--A Radical
Sheet on the Contesting Situation.
Tho Chicago Tribune, a Eadical
shoot, not having the fear of Eggle
son, Ashley and Julian beforo its
eyes, thus alludes to the threats of
certain defeated candidates of the
party to contest the election of the
Democrats who defeated them :
'Mr. Benjamin Egglcson, one of
the present mcmpors of Congress
from Cincinnati, was defeated at
the eloction a few days ago by 221
majority. By a comparison of the
vote, it is ascertained that 227 Bo-
publicans who votod all the rest of
tho ticket, refused to vote for. Ec:
gleston, and the number of votes
being withdrawn, dcieatod him.
There is loud talk among his friends
of contesting the election. In the
Toledo, Ohio, District, Mr. Ashley
is detoated by over l,UUu majorityin
a District which gave the othor can
didatoson the Republican ticket
fiftoen hundred majority. There
is talk there, too, of contesting the
election. In the fourth Indiana
Congressional District there was a
clear Republican majority for the
Stato Ticket, with tho exception of
Mr. Julian, the candidate lor Con
gress. Enough Republicans voted
against him or failed to vote for
him, to defeat him by a small ma
jority. lie talked, also, ot contest
ing the seat, but subsequently a
shortor means of redress was dis
coverco. The vote of one pre
cinct, strongly republican but large
ly anti-Julian was thrown out, and
Mr. Julian was declard elected.
Thus the election of the Republican
Stato ticket was placed in jeopardy
that a local candidate might de
feat the popular will, and retain
his seat in Congress. '
"If these pooposod contests were
merely absurd proceedings ot par
ticular individuals, their action
wonld be of vory little moment; but
in each case the proceedings based
upon tho assumption that because
the next House of Representatives
will bo Republican, that body must,
as a matter of course, decido . all
claims without regard to their mer
its, in favor of the Republican and
ncrainst the Democratic candidates.
It is time tho Republican party
put the stamp of roprobation upon
all such assumptions. The last
House strained law and justice to
thoir utmost extent In order to dis
place General Morgan, of Ohio; the
result is that the people ot that dis
trict have re olected General Mor
gan by a majority of several thous
"The Republican party is notjus-
tihod in sustaining a lrauu, or in
arbitrarily putting ont an opponent
to make place for a friend who has
beon repudiated by his constituents
nor can tho party afford to give any
encouragement to any contest the
real basis of which is that the claim
ant is a Republican. ' . "
If Republican members of Congress
cease to command the respect and
confidence of thoir own party and
get defeated, lot the consequences
of nominating such men be born by
those guilty of the folly, -bat do
not undertake to reverse the pub
lio decision bv another aci of follv
The Republicans, as a general thing,
will be stronger with all that cIsbs
of moo out of Congress than in it.
Radical Hatred of Catholics.
The spirit of hatred toward the
Catholic Church which wss so ram
pant a fow years since still' exist
iho other night the IC UcuIh ol
Bollcfonto had a proceseicm io cele
brate tho victory in the c t.ite, and
whon passing the Catholic church
of the town, they stoppe I and de
liberately gave hideous groans lor
it and its pastor. Here was the
same spirit which excitel the Phil
adelphia riots. Tho Will to burn
tho church in iielletonte ,extted.
Yet strange to sayt'thero are Cath
olics who vote with this -despicable
party. We have no douM enough
of them gave support tln;ir mortal
foe in this State to make i p the ma-
jority;tIia'rparty received" at the
Uetobor election, borne, ot these
days they will see thoir folly, but
it may be too late to arrest the evils
they have brought upon them
Lancaster, (Pa.) Intelligencer.
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Explanatory:. When we sav
Black Republicans, we do not wish
to bo nndorstood as meaning to in
cludo within tho designation the en
tire party. We simply rofer to such
Republicans as are essentially black.
This explanation is tide, been use
our observation and experience
have taught us that about ono-thiid
ofthosowho oppose the enlighten
ed doctrines of Doraocracy are nat
urally, and socially, as White men
as ever lived in America. What is
more, thoir political instincts are as
Democratic as anybody's, but they
lack tho moral courage to crown
their manhood wjtli the full mcas
nrs of the manlinossthat is in them.
Nevertheless, we rely upon their
co-operation with us in tho ultimato
Logan County Gazette.
Mob at Cedarville, Green County.
No Domocrat votod at the polls
in Uedarvilio township, ureen
county, aften 2 o'clqck in tho after
noon oi ruesoay the 1.1th ot ueto
bor. At that hour tho Radical
roughs took possession of the polls
and drove off tho Democrats.
There are 139 Democratic voters in
that township, but barely the half
of them got in their votes, several
Democrats wore beaten at the polls,
and one of is badly injured, having
his lower jaw broken. This is Re
publican freedom in-4hio, and tho
way in which the purity or the bal
senger. I ,
Tom Hubbard, of the Lagan Ca
zctte, glorious, gonial Tom Hub'
bard our late candidate for Secre
tary of State, has this much to say
over the election. 1
We have, concluded, npon mature
reflection, not to be Secret ary of
State. We hopo nobody will think
hard 6f us on this account. Cer
tainly havo no right !to do so. A
A stern sonso of duty has constrain
ed us to!make this brief announce
ment of our determination, and we
can only trust that our motive in
doing so will not be misapprehend
ed. We apsure our friends through
out the State that thoy have our
grateful thanks for their good in
tentions toward us, as minuested by
their votes. And this is as ful
measure as if we had been elected
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE . AGE I
Gray-Headed Pooplo hare their
lock restored by it to the dark, luttrvui,
tUm trutu or youth, ana are uappy !
Yonnir People, with liqht.'Taded orrrrf Hair,
have tliete ttnfaaliiormble eoior changed to
a Doautiiui anourn, ana rejoice I
People whoio hcadi axe corered with
Dandruff and ffumort, tuo it, and hare
clean cunts and clear and healthy acalpsl
, Ilalcl-IIeadxl Veteran hare
their remaining lockt tightened, and the
hare apota covered with a luxuriant (rowth
of Hair, and dance for joy I : .
' ' Young Gentlemen tue It become h b
riclily perfumed I "'
Young Ladies naa It lecauie it keepa
Iheir Hair in place! ' ." .
Everybody mutt and tciU use it, because
k i the (Uanttt axul Uti article in the
market I , ... ...
, For Sale ty Drogglste generally.
Ant by J. 8.fitnng, niH. W.Sisson, Mc Arthur
A, 8. Herrlam A Co., W holtaal Agenta, Cincinnati
y AIX ABLE FARM TOR SALE.
The underaiicned, desiring to ratlra from the
more active dutlai of life, otn-ra or aalehla
valuable (arm, annate two mlltv north of the
Marietta AClnolnnaH Kallroatt, In Hnrrtaon
Township, VioUm connty, Ohio, on the State
Rood letHting from Chllllvothe to Allien. and
about H miles ent from Chillleottte, 6 from
Lonilnnriery Wat Ion and 4 from Knysvllle
Ktatlou, containing 600 atmav-abooi 2 ama
undercuIUvatlon,M aorea In meadow, and tiO
acres of bottom lund; two comfortable dwel
llng honsea; locations healthful; (rood born
and stables; two nice orohanhK the txwtof lim
ber and water. The farm eaa ne divided inta
two porta; will he sold In uepemte part or to
gether. A small farm, or western lnnda,ar
. ran be taken in xih&Dce.
J. W. BOWEN.WeArthnr.O., '
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Vegetable Sicilian Hi Renewei
flaa stood ths test of seven yean
before the vultlle i and mo nrenaraA
Hon for the hair has yet been dis
covered that wilt produce the same
beneficial results. It is an entirely
lieu sclentiilo discoverer, rnviKmivg
many of the most powerful nd re
iterative aaent in the VEGETABLE
KINGDOM. It restores CRAY HAIR
iu lis VKiuinaL ivuinrut
It makes the scalp whitt
ind clean I cttrtn dandruff and
rumors, ana lmung ouc or me
hair; and will make U grow upon
'Mid heads, except in very aged
person, as it furnishes Hie nutri-
ivo vrinr.lole bit which the hair ii
nourlslicd and supported. It tnaket
Ihe hair - moist, toft, and glassy,
xnl in unsurpassed as a 11 AIM
VltESSlXO. It is the cheapest
preparation ever offered to the pub'
lie, as one bottle will accomplish
more and last longer than iiret
bottle of any other preparation.
It is recommended and used by
Hie First Medical Authority, f
The wonderful results produced
by our Sicilian llair Iteneiaer have
Induced many to manufacture pre
paratlona for tlte Hair, under va
rious names ; and, in order to in'
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claijning they were former part
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our Mr. Hall, and their preparw
tlon was similar to ours. Do iioi
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originals it has never yet been
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. the Author of "How's Woman had her Way,"
New Novelets will continually succeed each
other. Amoug thoee already on hand, or in
progress, are, "Thr Mtsterv or thb Kssrs,"
a powerful story by Mm. Hosmer, snd "Oer
-Anairr, or, Tai Tios or Firs," by Amond M.
Ths Post also gives the Qui or thb Eaa
A copy of the large and beantlfhl Premiitm
Steel Engraving "The gong of Hnmenitiea"
engraved expressly for our resders, at a cost
for ttie engraving alone of nearly II ,000 will
be sent (post-paid to every full (i,An) subsen
bar, snd to every person sending on a clubt
This is a truly beautiful engraving)
To Nsw HusstsiBEis. Missl New subscri
bers for tmni wi'l hsve their sulecriptinna
dated back to the paper of Reptemlior lsth,
nntil Ihe large edition of that dale is ex
hausted. In that paper we commenced two
Novelets "The tjueen of Ihe Havannah," and
"St. Uen(ge snd the llrstron." 1'liis will be
fifteen pa(ers in addition to the regit Inr weekly
nitrnhers lor ll or nearfy sixteen months in
all. When our extra edition is exhaitated, the
names of all new stibscribeis for llifl will be
entered on our hat Ihe very weea they are re
ceived. Of course those who send in their
names the earliest will get the greatest num
ber of extra natters.
Owing to the nnitsualiy liberal character of
Ihia oner, we snail oa ooropeiiett to adhere
strictly to ita terms' . -
' . 1 eopr, (and the brge Premium Engra- '
. Vinj.) 1 .' 1 1 1 t .: 1 t t , . KM
. t copies ! . 1 1 t : t r t t r , 1 a.OO
t fend ona gratis) a - a . a II I ' 8.00
I ' (and one gratia) t r : t t 12.00
j One eonv each of pest and "Laily'a
' Fnend," and Premium Engraving 4 00
- The getler-npofa club will always receive a
copy ef the Premium Engraving. Memberaof
: a chin wishing tne fremium Bngraviug, ttxui
remit One Dollar extra. ' -avttpecimen
oopi s sent gratis.
Address, H. PETERSON A To.
.119 Walnut street, Philadelphia..'
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mviilof Kaler A Wykoff, are now mana
lacturlUK to order the moat
Of tle very latest atria ud flaUlrf
Finely Finished Bureaus,
Cane Seated Chairs,
and every variety ot
UsaallT fcunds Iu Fiimltnm Brtablianinenas,
and at tho
LOWEST GASH PRICES
They will alsocarry on this hiutinem. and
will constantly on hnnd an aanortment of fine
ly flnWietiroiTiiHi, or aupply ordara la aajr
style desired, at
' Extremely Low Prices!
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oa oimisss or raanains srtns savsaMaaar.
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Famiiin, Tem hers, bliidrnis, Biuinm mm,
and persona of all classes in understanding tha
origin, nrogrcM, development, theory, prao
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eminent, in 1 Iih depsrtnients. Over 6tiO pa
cps; mote than tn steel snd wood engravings
The best Felling book yet oil' red. Mo compe
tition. Noprtug,n work. Weemplornogta
erslgenls, but give the extra terms to can.
tsasers. Kend st once for choice ef territory,
snd circulars. You Can sare time by enclo
sing ll.ISi for otitHt. ,
We furnioh slsii the best anarto Family and
Pocket Bibles published.
Publishers, 738 Banaomtft., l'hils., J'a.
LICENSED BY TDK
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GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE Ot
6ilka, Sbawla, Dreaa Ooada, Liaaa
Goods, Linens, Dr Goods,
Cottooa, Fane Goods,
Albums, Bibles, 8il
ter Plated Wara,
, Collar, 8ew.
TUt arlkltt to be told al Iht uniformprie a
ONE DOLLAR EACH, ud not to U
- 'patd ftr mtd you hum awmr f -arc
to rettive. The mott papu
lar and economical mttkod
of dying bmvuit aa
Sjr patronizing this sal 70a kava fj
ehanea lo exchange roar goods.
Tba Smallest Artiola sold for ONE POL.
LA R can ha exchanged for a Bilvst
HlateJ, Fir Bottle! Revolving
Castor, or your Choice of a
large variety of other Ar
ticlaa upon Ex
TERMS TO AGENTS.
Ortiflestes giving a complete deacrntioa of Ar-.
tieles tn lie aold for one dollar, will be aeld at
TEN CE.NTS each.
For a Club of Thirty, and Thru Dollar
The, nerann aenrfinff it nn h.va fkle ahnu. r
tue 10110W ng articles as uieir commtssion: ia
yarda cotton cloth, Hans cloth pants patera,
splendid bowie knife, lancsitcr quilt, engrated
rilver spoon holder, parir Isdiem' extra aualitv
eloth laKita, print dress pattern, worsted break.
fast shawl, white Imin Ini.le cloth, set ol steel Me
dcil knives and forks, set of slleer nlaiefi fnrka.
embosHed table spread, elegant engraved sliver
ptaten gout tinea gooiet. violin and bow, hnc
dress pat cm, elegant silk beaded parasol, HxC
picture morocco photograph album, elegant
ivory handled spangled ailk Ian, one dnena large
sised linen towels, fancy halmoral skirt, ladies
morocco sooppina. bag, honeycomb quill, aloam
lira quilt, ladies, solid gold Calilbniia diamond
ring, gents' plain or enirav d gold ring, (la
crrete tine.) Ladies' solid Hsck walnut wrHmg
desk, ladies' fancy hlsck walnut work box, cot
tage clock, one dozen ladies' linin handkerchiefs,
extra quality, or one doiea geute' liuin baad
kerchiefr. For a Club of Sixty, and Six Defnri,
One of the following articles: 40 yards sheeting,
hums cloth pants nnd vest patent, pair honey
oomp quills, cylinder wsteh double barreled rifle
pistol, laucy ca.hindrr uressatern, tnibotshawl
Uirce yds. double width waterproof eloeking
toua yts wool trocking,
dies' double wool shawl,
' wool frocking, set of lace curtains, la-
iwl, silver plated card t
d siver plated ice vital
ket, splendid engraved siver plated ice pitohsr.
engraved silver plated teapot, list picture Tttrkev
kuires, with silver plated ftirke, rosewood fram
braas alnnn clock, pair all wool blsokets, splend
id beaded snd lined silk parasol, ladies' eplsnthd
tnorooeo traveling beg, pairBlhsinbaquUta, thh
lv de prmtoramanauiles quilt. ,.
For Club of Ont Hundred, and Ten Dollar 1,
do yd sheeting, fancy cashmere cost, pant and
vest pattern, extra quality, engraved silver pla
ted ei. bellied revolving castor, with cut glaaa
bottles, pair splendid rose blankets, pair splend
id engraved silver plated tea set, (three piscea
sutiarbowl, teapot ane creamer,) silver plated
coke basket, fsncy plaid wool long shawl, twenty-live
yards hemp csipenUng, splendid violin
and low, English barage shawl splendid alpaooaj
dress pattern, silver hunting cased watch, apistt
did bible, with elegant steel engraving, hnily
record snd photograph page, poplin dreaa pal
tern, engraved silver plated ice pitcher, apleadidi
beaver clonk pattern, shsip's revolver, aplaadij
sccopleon, muslo box, one pair On damask ta
ble cover with ona doaaa dinner aapkiaa tq)
ajuCommistion lor larger class ia proporika.
Aeents will rlesse take nolle oi this.
send names, hut number your club Itv
end names, but number your club front
upwards. Make your letlera nrt and plaiaea
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 1
Be sure and send money by retstered letter,
when possible, la seme instances country pest,
master have refused lo .forward leltere to in,
suppoaing that our business cam under Ota leer
sgainsl lotteries, gift enterprises, Ac., although it
has been over and over dec tared l-vwliil by ih aa
thorittea. This action la instigated by the isaloas
ofcetmiry merchants. Ia owe anr poelmsssar
should again decline 10 forward kttara, aend by
Weesnnotbe responsible (br nvmof loat, an
less some precautious are taken ta insure (ta
safely. . .1 .
SEND FOR CICCLARS.
tfend your addreaa la Kill town, county and
mate. B. C. THOMPSON AO.
W-tf 198 Federal Htreet, Boston, Ms.
WARRANTED to remove all desire for Tohae.
oo. This great remedy is na excellent appe.
tiser. It purifies the blood, invigorate Uie sy.
tern, possesse great nourishing and trengvheo.
ing power, enables the lomnah le digest ttM
heartiest (bod. makes sleep raflreshing, aad aa
tabiiabea robust health. Bmokern aud ebewura
for sixty years eured. Price AO cent per box, post
free. A treatise oa the Injurious enVwl of T
kaeen, with lists f re K re noes, testimonials, Ac.,
sen! free. Agents wanted. , Addrea Dr, T. ,
ABBOTT, Jersey City, N.J. , M.la
BKIDB AND BRIDEGROOM. Kastvs roll
Toes M mi, on tha interesting relation
Urdegreom to Bride ta the itiiuiionof Mar.'
Fiaga a Guide to matrimonial leltcitr and hsppi..
nea. Sent by mail In a sealed letter envelops, .
free ot charge. Addreaa Havana AssociAtr,
Jtox P, Philadelphia, Fa. (ta.
morocco pnotogmpn allium, lancaster q
pacca dress pattern, engraved silver plal
bottled revolvine castor, nair of exnts' caM
Hnlendid lialmoral skirt, set of ivory