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COUS'ft, OHIO: THURSDAY,: KOVEMBER 26, 1SC8.
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J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor. Official Vote of Vinion County for
Tnt following Is the official rote
of Vinton couuty, tit the election
held on tlio 3d of Kovemlcr, 18C8,
for IWdeot: j'. ' ' ' "
Puchluud. ...... ........
We are under obligations to our
friend, E. B. Ebhklmas, one of tho
Editors of the Ohio Statesman, lor
the ahovo rote. 1 ' ,
A Good Thing.
The Supremo Court of Missouri
Las done a good thing. The Court
decided yesterday that the shares of
National Banks are taxable, the
same as other monied corporations.
This is a stop in tho right direction
and is a practical recognition of the
true ' Democrutio doctrine, tor ad
vancing and dofending which we
have been so vehemently denounc
ed by the bondholders and their al
lies. It may be hoped that with
the progress of general enlightmcnt,
and with a gradual return to hones
ty and fair dealing, the holders of
the wealth of tho country - will be
compelled to bear an equal share of
he burdens of the government..
The Loaded Dice.
If Genoral Grant has that respect
oc. "the will of the people"; which
'hc expresses In his letter accepting
.the Chicago Nomination, It will be
scarcely satisfactory - to him to
know, ns be must know, that Lois
not the choice of the peoplo of the
United ... States, The Democracy
have carriod Oregon, and if , the
eleoiornl vote were Justly oouuted
" It! woald stand astollowk
New Jersey .:, , ,-
Oregon - "
All the Southern State -
--Total - .- il.-: ...159
Whole number of electoral votes 317
On the popular vote as it is, or
!' Was permitted, Grant has a majority
of only about 300,000, and to socure
this, a Radical Congress by force
. prevented three States, sure for Sey
wour, . irom voiing, aisirancniuea
. . -aM i
more than 500,000 Democrats in all
the Sonthern Stateu, aud enfran
dhtscd 751,000 negroes fresh ' from
lavery and tho swamps.
,' I.i Allianco ou election day tho
1 workmen at the Rolling Mill, one
hundred and fifty orso, were march
ed to the noils in reirular nrocessisn
and of conrse voted for Grant and
Colfux. We have ; heard of "the
' ilaveholdor'slash." Tho high lords
in England, Scotland and Ireland
" have done toe same with their ten
' antry on their large estates on elect
ion day. . The candidate for the
commons being the lord son or
' tome other lord's ion. Star Coun
ty Democrat. ,!.-.?...;!
That is the "style" of votingnow
days in iomo localities. Voting
. is conducted in some townships in
' Vinton county after about the same
; "style.". In Elk township one cor
tain Radical thinks it is all right to
haul men to the voting place, an
the because they are a little back
ward about going up t6..! fote,' in
1 domineering way tells them to "go
and voto now," 1 Thcre will.be
change at , no distant day in, this
, driving men to .the polls in this
! township Wvote the victuals away
from their mouths and the cloths off
thelf hacks. V We were,, aii eye wit
. teas to the "driving" and domineer
-fn'g at (! tw6' elections held this
year the first in particular. . Bri
bing voters was not quite enough
a little driving had to be done in or
, er to defoat tho, Domocracy. 1 This
driving and bribing was carried on,
,w suppose, by - those called "bon
est, respectable citisena'!, by the
bribers' and drivers' organ of last
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The Democratio majority
The Ku Klux Klan Humbug.
T.hd trial, " conviction, and hang
ing of old John Brown, at Harper's
r erry, caused an tho Kauical edi.t-
ors to "go , jnsune; and they have
never recovered from their iniau ity.
They are continually discovering
or.: hearing of something. In ,jbc
South, 'or among, the ! copperhoads
of the orth that is j alarming
tho latest diHoovery they have made,
or pretended to have made, is - the
organization, of' a Ku Klux Klan in
moBt of the Southern States. 1 Some
of the moat frightened Radicals are
afraid to visit the South. Ono from
Vinton county .however, Jiatd Tenn
essee a visit within the past year,'
and during his stay in that State he
had some difficulty with a Furnace
Manager who had employed him.
The Furnuccman , threatened our
Vinton county friend, and, having
read so much about that supposod
organization , he hocamo alarmod
and left for Ohio. When ho arriv.
ed at his home in this county, he
found oneof the old John Brown
editors and got. him to false a little
howl about the humbug above nam
ed. Here is a letter from five men
who formerly resided ; ty Vinton
county, which explains as well as
explodes tho notorious humbug: .
I,! GRNfII! InOM WOTIKS.
CXilKK TlTRSACK. TBM..0.'t. 24.1MW. f
J. C. Garrett, Dear Sir: IIav-
ns learned that btonos wero in cir
ulation in Ohio, to the effect that
that tho .Ku Klux were driving
Northern mon out of Tennessee, and
would not allow thorn to remain
here and attend to their business,
we desire to state most cmphaticnl
Iv. that Buch is not tho case. ' We
do not believe thero is a Ku Klux
in this (Stewart) county. No per
son who attonds to his business is
molested, or in any way threatened
Northern men and bontliern men,
Union soldiers, and Confederate.
work and associate together upon as
friendly Urmsas nlirsorthci-n, orall
Southern would do: intact, upon
the questions settled by the late
war, no difference exists. A more
quiet and friendly people 1 we have
never lived among. ,
A Mr. Kausom r ox, from Ohio,
had, us ne understand, fc personal
difficulty with one of his employers,
who made fOrte. -threats, and there
.untnrFoX''; Went, back to Ohio and
reported it dangerous to' live here
on account of the ''terrible" Ku
Klux. Tho whole thing was ot an
eutirely personal, and trivjal char
acter, and should not have been
magnified into tho importance ofa
newspaper article, calculated to de
ter any ono from coming to( Teno
essee who might be desirous of do
ing so. ' In fact, the circumstances
attending Mr. Fox's departure from
this county were not ot such a char
acter as to induce him, if the whole
had been made public, to bring him
self before the public ns the victim
of this imaginary, terrible, political
organisation, i. . " 1 r 1 1
Hoping this may, correct,' any
false impressions upon tho minds of
our old friends and acquaintances in
Ohio,,,.. , ,
We art veryrespcctfully yours,
L. P. LANE,
A. J. ENSLOW,
W. B. DAVIS.
Lt not.Democra.ta anywhe
abate their ceal. nor tire in their
efforts to rescue their( country from
the.hlighting misrule of the Jacob
ins, who are. hurrying the nation
Into " bankrdptey an4i ruin. , ,This
country ,was never in rtch danger
as at this moment, i It is, a country
worth saving, , and a change of fed
eral rulers 1 h the only 1 . thlag ihat:
can save it.
StJaa att. John H. Snrratt was
discharged on -Friday lastf-Tf
bura Chronitlt; " ii-.o.-,ft i
This brief paragraph is all a Bad
sheet has . to. say abont John II
Sarrattt trial and acauittal, . ,,'
Because John it. btrratt was said
to be imnlicated in the assassination
of President Lincoln. ' his . mother
was arrested-tried .by a ' military
court, who eondemed her to, death,
and she was harigod; for the crime
as Donn Piatt,' a leading 'Radical
alleges, of keeping boarding, hosi
in Washington.- i ' . '.!"'.! ':,'"".' i'
. The ton, who was not in iWash
ingten at; the,. time tho assassination
ot Lincoln tqok .place, was arrested
in Ecrvntw broirht home in a govern
ment Vessel,' a large reward, being
paid ror his capture;- and is' now
discharged from custody; 'The mur
derers of , the mother are also kt
large, ' som jo thora -ooeupying
high stations" InTthe Army and. as
members or Congress,, but none of
them have yet : been tried for the
high crime of hanging a;( innocent
T, Th6:'Lunatio Asylum-ai
Cplumlbua, was .'destroyed by
fire 6ri "'Wednesday .night'of
last weei. 1 Seven.lites were
The Ohio Legilature. ; me
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W. B. DAVIS. "This is what I Fought For."
' Bondholder Well, , Grindhard,
mwdid you make it about that reut
yestcrdayr ' r.-,-. . .
unndhard Uouldn tdo anything
ith the Woman, sir. Said she hadn t
any money; and what's more, she
man t know when she would he
nble to f ot anv. Hex little child is
very sick, and if she was able to get
work sho oouldn't leave her child
to do-it. -r " , , , ,
Bondholder All stuff and non-j
senso, Grindhard. That's the way
these poor dovils always talk. I II
be bound she's some poor soldier's
widow; for they nre.tlia very ones
that make ho, most fuss. '
Grindhard Yes, sir, sho's a sold
ier's widow. Iler husband was
killed at Gettysburg. ; -
JSonaholder A truud, Unndhard,
perfect fraud. Because the fel J
lows went off to the war and got
themselves killed, they expect us
to keep their wives and children
forever. I don't intend to do any
thing of tho kind. I lent ihy mon
ey to the government, and that is
enough. All I get in return tor it
is seven per cent, interest in gold,
which in . little enough tho Lord
knows, for the sacritioes I had to
make. -,-,. ' '-
GriidWeJ-Every word true.B.
You've done a great deal for your
country. , It isn t right to expect
you to do anything for the soldier's
or thoir wives.
HondholderITow about that fel
low that has no legs? lias he paid
is rent yew
Grindhard Xo, sir, I have called
every day but he's as bad off as tho
vroraou.' lie told mo yesterday that
he had sat on tho enrbstono on
Chestnut street from eight in the
morning till dark night, aud only
got thirty-two cents. :
mndoiaer- iuiriy-tvo cents i
Well, that's over two dollars a week.
Thcne wounded soldiers are entire
lytoo extravagant, and expect' too
much, lleres this follow earns
ovor two dollars awookdoingnoth
ng but sitting on tho . curbstone
all day, and letting people drop
money into his hand, and yet he
tells vou he can't pay it. lie thall
Grindhard What are your orr
dors, sir, about thoso two oases,
Bondholder It they dou t pay
to-morrow, turn them, outl bet
those things on the aidowalk, and
let peoplo that hadn't patriotism
enough to lend money to the Gov-
ernmont " take care ot them. Lot
mo have that Press ir yon please,
Mr Grinnhard, 1 want to seo how
Government bonds rate to-day.
Reads.! "Bonds 110 2 3, gold, 150."
Excellent.' excellent. If wo can
only koon down the Democrats,
gold will count 200 beforo the year's
out. "By the way, Mr. Grindhard,
wish you would stop at Mr. Sim
mon's house as you go home, and
say that I shall not bo able to sae
him to-night, as i nave an engage
ment at the Union League. Good
day, Mr, Grindhard, soo that my
orders uro faithfully oxocutcd.
Turn out that widow woman and
that lame soldier, and got tenants
that can pay. f licit Grindhard.
Bondholder. Solus rcriectiy su
nerb. The war has been the ma-
kino? of mo. Every day I am ad
ding to my businoss and bonds, and
if things continuo in this way a few
years longer, -i wm oo ui w re
. t mi .1.1.
tire. ihe war was a nooie anair.
nnd thei best thing I ever did was
to nut my greenbacks in covorn
raeut bond'ii when gold .was 280 I
The greenbacks were not worth
shuck, thon.hut they are good now
By Jove; the Republican party s a
trump utoanon, uno, jriicno
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"A ltt tl Hlitory ef tk
I". i I , Tim."
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LT ILLU8THATED. ' ,
r,t tlm Notices of the rrem.
TtiAMmlnl NHflwnaMrofouroountrT com-
ileie In nil the dr.Hrtinnt of an American
rainllr PuDer-Httriicr's Weekly na eMrned
for ltanira niriu hi lwiine, ginirnm oiciy
lllltn,i INi.tr Vnrk Kvenlna 1'ost.l
,Tta bentofite olasa In America. Boetoo
Iravfler. , . -
lml the bput newspitpor la America,. Tha
llarn.rl WMK T TT1I1T M inifnorTNl T i
iUllflUCIIUIIUI), ritjw ftUI. ....
n.ir fniiim hlHtrirluiia trill anricD tnm
selves out ot Hnrper'a -Weekly lonj after
wrlwrs, ana printer, ana pumi'iii. re
turned to thud, New York Evnn((ellt
. Tha A.rtii'lM llnnn Dllhllfl flueHtiona whlcn
appear In, Hariwr's Weekly, from week to
Utlnal esmya. They, are dlstlngnlshed byclrnr
,,,r, , n,i.i.Hii,n mrii-a ui vim vr-
ana poinvoo; uuemeui,, ny ow wninuu
SeuAO, ny launpewii-ncc mm omwwwui .inw,
Tne are ua Rzprfwnufn ui niniurv vuiiviu.i.'ii
hivh nrinninlA. and atrobir feellne. and tnlc
thnlc plaoe among the bent newHpaper writ-
Inn of Uifl time. tnorm Atuencau neTiew,
Harner'a Weekly, one year St
An extra codv of either the Macaslne.Week
It. or Huiur will be aunnlled erntln for eyery
club or fits suiMcrioeraniMiiu eacn.m one
remittance; or six eoplee for tJd 00
, HulMcrlptllnato Harper's MnHsine, Wekly
and nnuir. to One widrem. for one year. 110(10:
or two of Harper' perlodicola, to one adiu-eea
ror oneymr, i uu.
.. Rack nunilier can be supplied at any tlm
The Annual Volumes of Harper's Weekly,
In neat cloth binding, wlUbeeent by expmu.
free of Piius, r.,r ; uu eaou. eonipwie as
eomprutns eterrm olume, sent on recel
.. . ' . .f. 'if. i.nl,.n,.
at expense of pu robaaer. Volume XXI. ready
January 1st, lS. .
The postaEO on Harpers Weekly IS 50 nt
ayer, which must be paid at tha subscriber
' , , llARFElt BllOTHEBS, New Tork.
On of the doctors chosen by th
Radical. Jjejrislature ot JTlonda is
coal black nerro. To that complex
loh mast the Ohio Radicals come at
, , Co.icxiEHn Risfoxeinurtt.Theri
appeari to be, in. thus days, a Increas
ing deilrs by the publlo for things that
are ptrasansnt, iubst4nti, and ia etery
rr nUtUx Tbl, $ a licasftht
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iv l.i:n r...
limes, ii (noal tnuouraglng. In our pnb-
llo build iB?i Vf ainiiaiitii Snd n
xtent of tccomod.itloQ a iter thongW of
ibj out fkllieri,1 io our bridges, telegrtph.
lo eablei, ImmeDne rilrod; line), nd all
Internal 1mproTnieiti, arc willing
laorifici tnj outidertiom of. present or
doubtful dinlige, for permanence, tt
euritjrt and' rxtended ospabililjt. So. too
la regard to our ineorported inatllutione
we exhibit disposition lo eatabliab mob
bodice upon wide anJ secure foundations,
abandon llie idea of numerous small
and esmparatirel irresponsible eompa
nlee, with limited- oapiuls sad to con
oentrale, as far as possible, the reponsi-
bllltjr ou- wiich the publio monetary In-
tresis' -'mar depend. The 'substitution
f a reliabTe anl eoncentrated banknite
s;eteu io tU place of that one wiob al
i4 s iiit-Jr-bwuk, ii any little town, to
send out notes of tirj Utile ralue, any
where but at home, and whioh night be
come at any moment of ne take any.
here, hti beem . of ' the greatest public
sarvioe. ' A. National bauk-note, issued
in Ma.lnv.il jerfeotly good I riorldf
od if. the' issuing bank e'annct' redcen ll,
the Treasury Pep a: tasnt at ' Washinjton
So. with Insurance and other Companies
f. (he .kind.'' , The most popular ' In
nierica will ; doubtless be the "National
Life InKiranoe Company of the United
Stetes." The cl art'tr of this Company is
Dotglxub; ny State Legislure, bul
by the- -IJuiteJ Statei Congress, tt is in.
tended tfl sorer in its operation! the
whole Country. Its capital, not depend
ent upon, future contingeoies, ie one mil
lion dollars,, all pai'l In. Ill directors
and mn;giis are men that stead at the
rery head offlnanclal affairs In this conn
Cry, Claronoe' H. Claik, Jay Cooke, and
others of tlie very highest integrity.
There ii nothing about ibis company
which shows any signs of possible weak
ness1 In Us construction.
THE , AITLIOTED.
TheW tlltlr linTeheen tnoted and nnnrored
Dy"tiiutoi(ovini niysicinns uno lmtggiittit:
The. linrtrrstifnpd. luvvlnir .cxnnitned the
J.AHftlTKH.'lilllO, .'IT XV, IBItfl.
ffirmiiln ufWuaver's Mexlciin Hitter", tke
iilAHKuro livreoommemllng their unensaptnite-
in HioiDiuwc ami wnir. n is moHt unauea
tl.,M,Llilv c eru.1 ftDDWtlnr. anit will Drove It.
self worthy of use lu ousw of fndljintion and
ireni.ri.1 dlUillltv. '
itoiner s iuw, I it Nisn uurxeoa v a a uncMler.o
u w rioer.-Hrr.M
PhiiI Cariieu-iv MU
Of. UtiK. M Ii
f Hfflngiir.-M I
I W Uwis. N !' ;
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S H Porlf r, M It A ,
HeweliMji, H c.
, . Amende, O.
M B Or.'ory, Pnirstst, '
K I. Sloeiim, ' 'J. ,
An.lrrw rtmct. '
W ( Mynp, MP
II ,T HummH, TAX)
I. binimonn, liriiejosl.
p K Tur-w- M l
St Ilj-l, HO ;
N C Hvle, MO'
J L Kmiltm, M II, tl D 1
K R Mmiriidsr. M r
Jnlm M Kinney, MO
R, VKB-IIIH, ji u
M U Kwing, MP' '
A .liclmrdnon, M D
ne Leihrioa, u
I .lour, on. f
N W l nulcr. M D
1-or.al. hrJ tl. r ...T.J MrArll ur. 0
nu mi unix mores inrongn tne country.
THE NEW YORK 0BSEEVER
1 now r-nMHblng a New SerUl Story.
tu run iiirougu a large part oi tho next vol.
uiuc, entitled " '
Mr, Browning's Parish."
AUiiewnubwrlbori will act the atory eom-
Wo will semi Oroyir Bilker's J tewlox
Miu;1iIiib forlS New Hulworibera.
In orui-r to hitnutuce the Olmerrer to new
readers and new i-ircles of lnrlueuce, we-make
uiv iiiuuwiiig uuvrai oneni zor . , , -,i'-, ...
We will send the Olwei ver hit one veiw to
Swubm-rllierionuorriothbeliignew,!. r 3 I
3 " . twoorall " for 8
" tllreeorall . lor 10
Or. to any iwrn wmiIIiiu us five or more
new nnmcnoers, wo will allow II commission
on eavn. t .-
.enu by cueek. draft, or Post-orniw order.
OMiupiR copieH nnu circulars sent rree. ,
Termn. Vi A year, In ndvanoe. '
; , . 'SI t'orkltow, iicw tork."
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The Cheweesf and Be In th Weirid.
BPLEHDID OFFERS FOX 1869;
I ' s I I.I
This nnmilsr Mnnlhly aiTes mere for the
mime; thus nt la the world. For IStH it will
be greatly mproy4. It will ooalem . ;
One Thousand ' Ftgal ! " ;
Fourteen Splentid Steel Engravinget
' Ieffe 3!ammolh FatMm 'flatet!
Txcelti. Colored Berlin Pattern!
Htne HundrtS Wood Cut! 1 '
rwnfy-of fvtget of Muiic t "";;';!'' '
ill ihm -ill he et?n for two dollars a year,
er a doilrr im iluu Mgsii of the clan
" .1 v i'I ' :l
tlitilling Tales and loTellettei
Are the bel pihli!ilie4 saywhe-e. All
rnftl popnlir writers ere emploT.-d So write
orifieslly tbr"Pflrfl." fa IMS, in addlhoa
; to its uiiual .nlltT of nhorl storitn. four em
liul aunt nulit DoVtlellrs will l,e io, via
"Mary Antnnlelie's Talisman,'' Sy Mrs.
S. 8leuhen; "The Myslery of M ckwood
Oranne." by the aulher of "Sir Noel's Heiri"
Kaiie'a Winter in Washiarton." by Fraak
Lee Benedict; and "The Story of Maggie,"
tbe junior of "su.ie ire iflery."
t.XAMMOTK COLOatD JASniOS rtATIS
Ahd efall oibera. Tawe
t plate are
m.iJ a .11. fwira the nam
ml !.; and co
The will he xinerolT
ered; Aleo, a natirrn, from whioh a drees,
man till, or clill i ' drees can be cut out, won
1 out the aid of a reantna maker. Also, ?
al paces f hnnwhold and other rrceit
snori.ererjuuDKiniereeiion w wuc t.
SUPERB PREMIUM ENGRAVING
- lo'eyery perwin getting np I club Ibi I
. Will he sent strati a, a cop; of our new
snlendid Messotint for freininii, (sits Itt inohea
hv 1. "The slur ofBflhlfliem,,,sfter thecel-
' ebrated mster niece, by Oerome, the famnos
French ertltt. This t the most deainibl
erer ottered, for larxeoluhs, as will
, tern below, n extra copy wm be sent
,: addition. ,' ,, , . . ., "V "t
Tehm9 Always in advance
' One copy, fcr one yeaf ' " 1 1
Three eonhw, for see year a
Foureopies, throne 'ar S
Five oopies. fh' one year,. (and One lo
getter-no ore .b) ' ' ' 1 I
Eiunl ooples for one year, (and on to-
'ti in iili 11
v Fourteen copies, per year, (sad ona to
. iettar-np of club) .. :
.,, CHARLES J. PRTBRSOfJ.
. No 304 pheatnut Street, Pluladeipbta..
- Specimens ente thoas-wlehiog to get
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IFE INSURANCE CO.
or THE . . ,
United States of America, ' '
t wtsiiiMTna, ll' c. . " '
CHARTERED BY SPECIAL
ACT OF CONGRESS, . - ,
Approved ,-Jqfr 25,' 1868
ASH 0APITAL,-$1 .000.000.
. , paid is fuu.;; .
naet atiol urn Bnautse. mn ,
Where the aeneral bnalneaa of the Company
la transa'ted, anil to which nil general cutres-
pouuoiic slioulil lie iKi'in-iicu.
CLAUEXOB H. CLARK, President. i
JAV COOKE, Chairman, Finaaoe anil
Eteetttiye CommitM. ;' , '
TIBHRV O. COOKR. Vice rresldent. !
EMEHSOif W. PEBf, Secretary tai Aol-
nary. ' '
ThlHcotnnany.'Siitlonal In It rhnraeter, of-
lara. hv reason ,,f lu litrno oaoital. low rates
of premium nd new tahlea, tu most deelra-
Diemeanioi lusuruia tiierci ouereu io iue
The rata of pnmilnm, being largely redue
eil, are made a . fuviirnhle to the Inxurera a
those of the bost mutual coinpanlvs, and
avoid all the eompllcHtlon and uniwlalntlcs
of Not,, UlTidenils and tho mlsiindentUinit-
l":-! w mon mo latter uresoRpt to cause tne
8everul new and attractive tables are now
presttiilud which only to he understood to
prove aeoepuwie m Hie puoui., suun n tne
iNcoas-raoeucijiii r.itic and mrtusx pbsmium
v. In the former, the policy-holder not
onlv Heciire a. Ufa Innumnee. payable at
denth.hutwlll reeeive, If llvinK.nfteraperlod.
of a few yean, an annual im-ome enunl to
ten percent, of the pnrofhi policy. In the
laiier, tne comrmny rki-w-. w rfinrn me
assured the tolnl nuioiuit of money he has
piid in, tu additiuu Ui tbe uinouut of hie pull
The attention of persons contemplating In
suring their live or lncu'WiIng the amount of
lnsnraih niey aireatiy nave, w ntiini mine
apeelKl dyanta,s olfered by tbe National
Litre inanranee t.omnany. - .
rireuiai-s, ranipiiiets anu inn pnrtieumrn
given on app'lcalins
to the liranch GlUce of
tne vompany, or to. .
JOIIS W. ELI.W CO.. .
Cincinnati, Ohio, Uenernl AKentA for 'Ohio and
Central aim exinttu-rn Indian.
33. Ij: HAWK.1 . '
Speelal Agent for VlntiW County.
-ROOK OF NATURE, a,, 1
A great Phyalnloglejil wurli.' Vol an adver
tlementof Home lHM,uir'- tneiilf.lneri. "Ullt a
boolt of "prlvnte hjformntlon" for Marrlt-il
People, or thorn coniumlittlng inurriitue, on
auljocts with which nil nhould be fiunililnr.
When you onoe puisoss a copy of this vnleia-
tile work you -will nut on wituout it for twie
ttooosU KorcompliiSe Utile of conUiDU, ulv
crlntlve rtn-ulnr mid m no. wild two 3 cent
siainiwiOB'j.v m, . .tyiio. vnio. ' ti
tnnt.P! ASti HATIN'F.HS MAKER. Me.tr-
tluir, Liliio, Munufuctureroi'nnd liealerln
Saddle, HArje, Bridles, Whips,
Collar, Bits, o.
UrTtenalrlnir of every ' dcnerlptlon, done
promptly, and all wotlt wiirrnnteil.
flhon At Wanl's old Und,on Main street.
IS THE MltlACLE OF THE ACE!
- -i..'.;-.:i ' . 't I J
sSray-IIcaded TMple) hurt tltelr
locks restorvd ly it to the dark, luttrtvi,
txltxn trust! of outn, and are nappy 1
Young People.with light, faded orrrdlla'ir,
have these unfasliionable colors char-gcj to
a beautitul auburn, ana rejoice 1
- People' whose ieads- are covered with
Dandruff u4 JIvmort,- us, it, and liavt
tleaii coat and clear and healthy sculpt.!
Itald-IIea-ded VeteraiM liara
their remaining locks titilitoncd, and the
bare spots covered witti a luxuriant growth
el Uuir, nnd dance ror joyi
Toting Gentlemen tue it btcaute h
richly perfumed 1 ' . 1 ;
Young Jjuliea us il Lecaut It Veer
ieir niur in piacc 1 - , ,.
Everybody murt and teiR us it, bccaui
k is the timuMtt, aud M article in Ui
Starkatl :.-. mi,, ,. .. ... .- i ,i .... (:-,
lor Sals hi Dmgzkbt generally.
Aad hyj. S.Strong,sndU. ff.Sisaon, MoArthur
,B.Merriam Co., WholeealeAgente, Cincinnati
, GET THB BE8T
1000 EifTulnf 1840 Pages (hurt, , Prhu (IS.
10,0000 Words and Moaulngj not ia other
. , . ' Dictionaries. ... ('
Vrewed as awhole', we sr confl.ient that no
other linns Unii las a dictionwry wAinr.ee
tullr sii.l f uthfiillv seta forth its nresent rendition
a thlalaet edition of Webster doe thai of our
written and apoka JCagliab tongue.r-LHarperVi
The wQrklea marvslaua Snseimea orlesnilni
taste. ud thorough labor, w prai.s it hesrtil
becaus w belieea H dessrv lb brUet
nnlM-fN. T. Albna. , .1
..t he three bunks are lb sura total of crest
librarian the Bible, Slksi)ef, and Webster
Rot al Uuarts I Kretma Journal. . 1 - '
the New Wehater Is Klorioua tt I perfect
dbtADee and deSea competition it lesves noth
ing to b dsaired. J. 11. Kaymtad, LL.U., Prtvt
Tasaar College. ':,..- . ' :
The most uMtnl and remarkaot eowmesnNutn
f human knowledge ia our languaue. fWikt,
Olark. iresidal Mass. Agricultural College. .
WBSt&'S National,: Pictorial
' ' C Dictionr, ,t ) n-...,
1040 paces ooUtoi 800 tiiepraviitcf.
The work is teally gem ot a Die tionarr, Inst
thatblM fcr tie mHboa,-Aal,, r.ao.g.J
Monthly.-. . 1 ,
PabUshed by & A O. MEfttltAM, Srij,rtij,
'.,1 . AfcasV kWaueiilkWiyhf, .
iwia til .n.-'i
'i V!'.-." :,nn,5
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I'.T ' ld III
. .I'ftlt IWff-J- Vol ;!
riMl XTtT Iff? fel
;rr. ;& w. gold,1
WouM respectful! ylnterrn the elttteas of VlsteS
and ether couutits that Ihey hare, at their
BUE8SBT, 0m Hill lortli-lut TnaXiitiktt,
CRAPE VINES, . t
. 1 APPLE TREES, '
- v PUCH TRIES,
!;';.:V: QOWCI TRW8,
y : ... f BAR TRBS8,
Ve warrant al) enr atoek true U nam and
low pne on be obiaine.1 rnywhere, tod
iante all pernnne to call aud eiamine il.
Anv letter sildreeied la ua, a to price or T
tie, will he prompll anyewered.
M. Merltle, ' - Proprietor.
Just the place for Weary Travelers.
THli Hotel, a few feet from the Ilallroad
LK potan l where all trawlers npon all
triuiiscan mite meals, Inui Just been greatly
et.liirn.Hl nnd thorough Iv renalred. nitinted.
er.liiriji-d nnd thorounhly repaired, painted,
and Is now In comnleto order for the re.
oeptloit of guiMUi. aMri'rninH Htou twenty mlte
utux fur incuts. -Tkhms mouerat.
NOTIC'K Is horehv a-ireu that U'llllnm n.
land, Uiinnllun of Andivw Salts, he filed hie
acoounta for Inspection nnd partial settlement
lu the I'roJiote Court of Vinton county, Ohio,
which will be for henrinif on the 17th day cur
Incumber, A, Ii. 1868. '
November 26, 1808-Sw Frobale Judge.
The underalaiied hne heen dnlw mnnotnteJ
administrator of the Katate of Peter Galleher.
lute of Wllkesvllle Township, Vinton county,
Ohio, dooeaaed, PAXIUCK KJSJB.
movomuer lu, iiws-sw
The Union, the Constitution
and llctrenchmcnt and
, 'Reforra. . .
X863 i lees.
TEE ANNUAL PHOSPECTUS
in-: or Tntt
WEEKLY OHIO STASTESMAN.
RIClIAlin NEVINS.Prnterand Ptiblieher.
t a. luajbLAK ami t . 11. flood, Editors.
Tn Ohio 6tat(sma was established t .
expound and enforce the great ideas of .
government taught and practioed by Thom
as Jellereon aud. .Andrew Jaokaon, which
ia tle pasl mails, cur Government creak
reaowned and prosperous, to an f xtrsor.
diuary extent. They are idea to whicb
tbe people- of lb United Btatti must
eome buck, jf tlisj would have permanent
good u oTernment, , lhe recent defeat of
the Demooratie parly makes it the more
necessary that w should labor with mora
resolute determination io beholf of th
In teg i Ity of the Union, for tbe preserve,
ion of the constitution, for Equal Taia.
lion, for One Currenov for all, and fey
Retrenchment and Reform. The Statsi
vav will Sot be devoted exclusively I
politic. - Hpeoial ffurt will be used to
make It. In all respects, ' A JLESIKABL1I
To this end the General News of tba
Day, Monetary an4 Market Heporla, Coa
greesional and Legislative Frooeedingi,
when these bodioi are in session, authea.
tie Reporte of the" eunrerue Court of ilhi
Tales. Poetry, Agricultural anl Chola
Miscellaneous matter, will be published.
We thank our friends and the frisada
of the cause of Democracy for the extend,
ed circulation I Ley heretofore bar given
lo th tjiATUMAi, and would regard it at
to especiol favor to have them make par.
ticuiar eiiun ia g,t up good Club for th
eneuiug year. It will reuuir only a lit.
tl labor to do this, wlti it will nM
01 1 publish a paper her at tbe Capital
of the Bute thai will be every way wort ha
th great cause U behalf of which r
labtrinr. , , .-. .
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HBWBTlAiim " O.W.WIMOT.
XjjSlN-TZ & "WIIiSOlT,
IfaU Stmt, . . MauiOhi,
Having purehaaedf the Fnmltnrs Xetabllabe
men t of Kaler Wykbtr, are now niaau
,:, .- -1 facturlngto ordvr tu most .
ijkau'tif.u.l f vtvij!Vi!, ,.
'' fth very latest sty leaadanlaU -
Finely Finiehcd Bureanf,".
Cane Seated Chairs,"'; ,4.
and very arUty of ;Y.) "
i; iu.i m -i'' ... . i a
... - rirwUeUao IVralttm
Vaaally. foaad lit Furniture Estab "
.'t.-ii. i .-, ... i
Tliy will also carry on this boat
Will eimMnntly nuband an asaortmet
ly flulslied()oaQe,or euuply order
sty 1 desired, at , .
Extremely Low JVs
Urdegtoom lo BrlHe ia the .,?, relalin.
rrt. dl ehar n '" "VI!"
VL 2 . , Addrr-- iir,w.B. .'otant
BoxP,Pb-,,dlhia,-..'f " ""J-aJf;
Th undersigned, dosTring to retire it,,'uS! 3
More active duliea of life, ofTeri for j- r
valuable farm.altuat two mile aorK tt
Marietta CIui;lunatl Kullrrwd, In '
TowTMhlp Vlntou county, OMo, otK"""-''
ttoavd .leading from Chlllioothe td V'tr l'afc
atKHrtle ratio eKt from Cliiilleothi.l k m1,
Loadondory Htutlon and 4 from ,.ii u.i il
Slatlon, contnluliig500iior about nilil. "
underoultlvatlon, to acres In meadovi1" eoUSo
aereaof bottom land; two comtortAbt .Kn nr.
Uua homieii; location healthrul; aw,A.,,;"v
and stHhM; two nice orchanls; the tieet . rwi
her and wateri Thefann can tdivWlfr' r -two
porta: will be sold In aepormie parti- I'
Wether. A small farm, er wwtern - !'Mnl' .
wjwb properly, oaa he tv'en in exortar-
or parttcuian,eall on i.n addrsea
J. W. HOWFN . vaVT jftVl.lphla.
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