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,'. M'ARTHUR," VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, ISG3."
$1.50, PER YEAR,l
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J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
. Democrats of Vinton Coun
ty, cheer up! Gird on your
armor! Prepare for the con
test the great fight against
the aristocrats and the bond
holders, and against all who
oppose the laboring , man-
' has just begun. Every man
who is in favor of liberty and
.opposed to tyranny should
-take. his position in .this iron
, .'ranks and remain their ready
I''niul willing; ,to 'obey; aU orders
until the noble principles for
which we wage this war sha
. he crowned with victory .-
It is no time now to relax our
exertions. We must firht as
we have never fought cefor
if we expect to have those
sacred institutions for whic
our forefathers freely offered
up their lives, from the hands
of their destroyers. Right on
;then , with ' the fight! "We
shall in the end - triumph; as
the people can not forever be
blinded, The longest night is
followed by day. Go right
on with the fight and say to
all, if Aon can not , win this
year nor in - the next four
yearo, that you will cut and
car those in power so, that
generations.,. . to ... comb. . wi
know them in their graves,
Cowards to the rear! Brave
inen to the front! Forward
"Wi would again notify tho learn
cd man who runs tho African Iter,
crd in this town that we can easily
got nltfng , without his . assistance
and advice in the mnnngement of
nnj of the Departments of our pa
per. : It is our own business what
. we copy from the - Chillicotlio Ad
tertiser, or any other paper, and
you had bettor keep your "big
. aayiogs about "newspaper enter
prlso" to yoursolf, because it Is real
ly but little you know about that
kind of "enterprise" which appears
from tho. daubed and dirty appear
ancoof , the paper you issue, ex
ccpting your charges of fifteen cents
per lino for your valualle business
notices. We do not know that
is noccssary for us to ask you any
, thing about crediting articles wo
clip from papers, or anything else
connected with; tho publication of
our papor; but if it really becomes
necessary for . us to do so, we wi
give you notice in person.' Iu th
incantimo give your readers a col
umnor two from that "enterprising
little book entitled "Old Mother
Hubbard," and some of your "ent'or
prising cxporianco as a bakor
broad, cakes, tarts, . crackers, etc
which will please your readers just
as well as writing yourself down
a gonnine Ass in giving us a colum
on ."newspaper enterprise."
. It is reported that the cussed loy
nl follow who runs the bondholders'
bribery Record has subscribed 8300
to have elections hold in tho town
ships of Clinton. Harrison., and
Kichland tor Skoriff, Auditor, - Re
corder, and Commissioner sot aside
because the election judges adjourn
cd an hour moro for dinner, and in a
"thieving sort of way lot the lluds
into the offices, so ho can get the
county .printing to reward him for
slandering tho Democrats of those
townships who have never harmed
.' . ..
, onecoiorea nair m bis superior
and well-filled "knowledge-box."
Eadical candidates in Vin
ton county have glvon notice that
4 ' 1 Ml . . .1 j. .. .
n niKjr wui contest tne seats ot their
Democratic opponents. They will
una that it is u hard job to upset
Him in luac county betoro they
got through with it. Our Radical
Iriends up in Scioto county loarnod
moHBon last mu mat tho Vmton
county Radicals stand in need of.
People1 1 Ikfender, West . Union. '
! Th Radicals in this county will
' loarn V . lesson" Wore they got
inrougn with this thing that will
ncyor bo fbrgotton: There is agood
prospect of the present1 stato of
- things lasting.somo timethat is,
' it will take ' somo timo to find out
' how many. , suits of .clothing, s how
much whlfky, how much" money,
ctc.,'11! took to reduce tho. Democrat
ic majority. ;A 1 day ot ' reck'onfng
- drawcth nigh,0'1;", ,v :.. .
At tho elections hold in Elk town
ship during the past 20 years the
trustees adjourned a short timo for
dinner but on election days this
fall they didn't. Somebody told
them not to adjourn this timo, as
this township would do all she could
to give a majority to make bond
holders richer aud laboring men
and their half-naked and half-starring
families poorer. , The decision
in a contested election caso in Ham
ilton county was shown - to Cicero,
whose next namo is Jones, and ho
felt tickled and, then, thinking he
had found "a mare's egg," ha post
ed all ','our fellers :a the Republican
townships not to adjourn!" Tho
''damned Copperhead- . townhhip
aro beat, wo'Il contest!" - Who gave
Jones tlio pamphlet containg tho
Mt. Airy election contest decision?
Who is Jonih' advisor in tho.Vinton
connty contest? i
Abstract the Vote of Ohio by
Countiel. : -
Cujsbog . .
FatrfiuU 1 r
Fullon .' ;' ".
Pike - ' "
, 160 2754
: 8803 3862
. 2713 3433
, 3M8 4345
" 4881 2938
,12582 ' ' 7993
2989 , ?14S
1108 , 1899
3130 ' 1884
2439 . 4076
6078 1 7110
2171 ' 1150
2743 ' . 1949
1083 . 2859
, 4019 . 2243
2809 , 889
3159 '' 1647
3487 " 4432
4443 ... 1930
4873 ' , 8087
884 ' 2394
3068 ' 2G59
1443 ; 8397
0552 ' 0113
2521 ' 1895
2176 . 2725
1155 ' 1727
3004 ' 2302
323 : 8646
.1626 , 2274
1499 , 1654
2957 : 1891
: 1734 ,' 2190
Shelby . .','.
VVyaudot , .,'.''
Aggregate vote 1
The bondholders' sheet, and the
sheet, too, that belioves in buying
men's votes with suits of clothes.
ragged paper money, boots, whisky,
oto., printed in this town, justifies
the course of tho Eads of this coun
ty by referring to the stuffing of tho
ballot-box in Scioto county by Dem
ocrats ono year ago. 1 If Democrats
do wrong in Scioto county we think
Rads in Vinton county ought to do
ight.. We ai'e informed that attho
State election held in this county
two years ago, tho ballot-box in a
certain township was opened, and a
number pi the ballots therein chang
ed and the name of Richabd Craig
erasod in order to cloct Joseph Ka
leu Probato Judge; but tho nforo
said sheotdoes not propose i. to- on
Hsrhten the ' neonle unon snch n
- i. A
angerous subjoct-no, iiidoodi 'It
would bo exposing tho crimes of
some Of tho , "honest and respectable
citizens' thnt miscegenation shoot
prated nWtl th first week .Court,
common ?H,' . ,0, yq hypocri tos!- je ;
criminftlnf 1 1 :' :u.r.-i .:. .; ; ',
it'll 1 .'. -I- ' r .
How General Grant's Father-in-
A few nights since, snys u 'Will
ing special to the Cincinnati A't
quirer, a small pfyty wus assembled
in General Grant's pnrlor, among
them Mr, Dent, his j'at!ior-in-law,
who lives in Missouri. Somo one
asked him how Missouri had voted.
The old man said: She gives Grunt
10,000 majority, but I'll bo d d if
ho got my voto. Tho Goncral him
sell roared with laughter at the
reply. Mr. Dent is justly proud of
his Democracy. r ...... .
TnE Mongrel editors arc
rejoicing at the idea that Con
gress is going
to etart a bij?
batch of amendments
Constisution. ,But ..fortunate
ly for the country, the rascals
have not the two-thirds of
Congress neccessary to sub
mit a question of amendment
to the State Legislatures.
They . lack about 20 of that
It is said that Thaddeus Stevens,
tho great loader of tho Republican
party, was the father of eleven ille
They still tell awful , hard
whisky stories about Gen.
Grant since his elcction.--AYendell
Phillips , says the
party .ought to insist on his
signing and keeping ' the
pledge of total abstinence at
once. The poor fellow has,
we suppose, taken the pledge
a hundred times, . but the
truth is, that Grant has . so
long "pledged with the cup,"
that he can t exactly get the
hang ot pledging without it
One Thing Is Certain.
Democrats, keep your con
nyence. une tiling is cer
tain, that at no distant day
we must triumph. We have
been stricken down, bui
rnoonix nice, we snail rise
stronger and more grand from
the purifying ordeal of fire
and defeat, through which we
have passed. Minorities
one election oecomo majon
ties in tne next. Under
the late election, we have ex
hibited a might that is a sign
ot tuture victory, we cast a
far larger vote than was ever
cast before by any minority
i 1 i rni
m me country. This may
well brighten and strengthen
our hopes and our confidence
Gen. Grant m the Presidcn
tial chair, may act as he
chooses.' The Kadical party
in power, may take what
course it will, but whatever
the President and the party
may do, the Democracy can
repose in the confidence that
tne luture is an their own.
Their coming accession to
power is, of all future events
one of the most inevitable.
One thing, at least, is abso
lutely certain either our Ee
public and our free institu
tions go down and cease to
exist, or the Democracy wil
:e. X.. HAWK,
Deputy Collaoter of Internal Rerenue
JJ'ARTHUR, Ohio. Applications tor
FIRE AND LIFE POLICIES
oi idled end promptly attended too. Policies
Issued ou (lie most favoruble term In First
Class Companies. Office over Richmond'!
anni-wun oiure. ( iki y
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
James Sherman ) vlnton county
RffRlnst ' . .- . vftmi-t. rv.m-
Nelson Richmond. J mon Pleas.
Whereas, in a cortatn enmie Intnlv nmtin.
suld oinnty of Vinton, Nelson Richmond, de-
leiiuuni, in sum cause, dv Hie consldoiutlon
of our said Court, on the 18th day of July, A.
D. 18(18, recovered ludament nmilnst .I-iti..
Bherman, Plaintiff, In said cause, I will by
- -- -wi v nu vAwuuuii iu i lie cause aroresaia
from the Court ofuoinmon Plens afsnM ,nn.
ty, and to me directed as Sherlir, oQer at pub-
uu iu iiviii, ui ine court rtouse, in tne
Mwn ut muAriuur, in saia county or Vinton,
Monday ths Hth Day J Decembtr, A, D .,
at tho hour of i o'clock P. H. of said dor, tile
following personal property, to-wlU ,
Three Double Sate of Hitrnesi:
One Bsy Vltre and Co)u
Token as the property of James Sherman.
Ycrius ol sslo csah in hiind st th tin et nsle.
., JOHN J. SBOCKEY,
UhsriB Vinton County O..
IMandy's Portable Htoam En-
arinos & Saw Mill. ,
CaequiUed for acciact, aprcn and rmA
bilitv. Will saw from 8.000 to 15,000 fwit
ir day. All mnchlnery fully wnrrnnted,
'cr l.eoo now iu use In the United Huites.
Brltlxh Provinces, and Soitth Anserkuk For
Prices and Descriptions, address ' '
ii. as r. ihandt, "
jffnstevvtfle or OMa I
THE STATE OF OHIO,
ORDERED, That the Dintrlct Conrte and
Courts of Common Picas, for the year
1801), In and for the Kevtnth Judicial Dls-
. trlctofthe Stateof Ohio, shall commence
at the Times following, to-wit:
The several Terms of the District Court In
and for the year 1W9, shall commence in the
several counties, as follows: ,
In Washington county, Thursday,
In Moigs county, Monday, April 12.
In Gallia county, Thursday, April
In Lawrence county,Monelay, Arpil
In Scioto county, Thursday, April
In Piko county, Monday, April 26. '
In Perry county, Tuesday, August
In Fairfiold county, Thursday, Sep
tember 2. ; ,
In Hocking county, Monday, Sop
In Athens county, Thursday, Sep
In Yinton county, Monday, . Sep
In Jackson county, Thursday, Sop
' FIUST HUB-DIVISION.
And the several Terms of the Court f Com
mon Pleas in ami for the several counties of
snld Distrlat,uud lor said year, shall foin
lUeiltaj ill bliG Wf.lHl V.rilllblun. W9 1-'.-unR.
In Perry county, Tuesday, -Februa
ry 9; Tuesday, May 11; Tuesday
In Fairfield countv, Monday, Feb
ruary 22; Monday, May 24; Mon
day, Uctobor lo. ,
In llockinsr county, Monday, Marcli
15; Monday, Juno 14; Monday,
In Pike county, Monday, Fobmnry
1; Tuosday, April 27; Monday
September 20. -
In Lawrence county, Tuesday, Feb
ruary 9; Tuesday, May 4; Tues
day, September 23.
In Scioto county, Monday', Marcl
8; Monday, May 31; Monday, Oc
In Jackson county, Monday, March
1; Monday, May, 21; Monday,
In Vinton county, Monday, March
15; Monday, Jane 21; Monday,
In Washington county, Tuesday,
February 2; Tuosday, April 27
Tuesday, September 21.
In Athens county, Tuesday, Febru
ary 23, Monday, May 17; Monday
In Gallia county, Afonday, Aiirch
8; Tuesday, ilay 25; Jlfonday,
In Jleigs county, . .Monday, ilarch
22; Aonday, Juno 7; jlbnday,
JSovomber 15. .
Tw Tva-FTWrtwV Wn.a.nu Wm 1. i-a hnMiin.
to st-t our hands, t'als kith day of October, A.
ERASTUS A. OTTTHRIB, 1
S1I-A8 H. WRIOnT, I
WILLIAM B. UMDiilB, Judges.
JOHN P. PLYLeV, J
Tnn Rtatr or Ohio. Vinton Cotntv. sh.
I. OKORtiE LANTZ. Clerk of the Ci.urt of
common fienn.inand for said County, do
ncreoy ceriuy uiai me ioregoing is truly ta
ken and copied from the original order on
iiie 111 my mure.
rznc wri'jsr;H!i mv nand and me sen
of SAiiinnnrf at. AfoA rttmiv fill
KtthdnvorNovember, A.D. IS(it).
GEORGE LANTZ, Clerk.
'J'O THE AFFLICTED.
Weaver's Mencan Bitters.
These Hitters have been tested and snnrnved
oy uie iouowing l-nysicians and DrneKiMtM
LlKCiHTW, UlllO, AOV. V), ISdA.
Tl. . n,lnH),n,..u. ). .. . . I . 1 , . I .
lllV llimriBiBiini. iitiviii C.MI1II1II1.-U lllf
rormn la or weaver's Mexican Hitters, take
pleasure in recommending their use as a grntr
ful stomachic and tonic. It is most umiues-
tlonably a good uppetlzr,and prove It
self worthy of use In coses of Indigestion nnd
Homer S hsw, Iste Staff Surgenr USA Lsncsster,0
G W Boerstler.M P., "
Paul Csrneter. M D
O E Dstis, M D
M Hliiiii, M D . m
J W Lewis. M D ; ; .
S H Porter, M D
P Hewetson, H E
M B Gregory, I)rufgis
C L filocum, . " .
sndrear Foust .
O. W. Kramer. Chemist
W F Msyne. H I
H J Hummel. M D
. Clem port, O.
A L Simmons, Druggist,
P ? Turner, M D
N V Hull., u n
L Ksukih, HD,DDI
E R MnRriuler, M D
John McKinney, M D '
E Vanstta, M D
U R Esrini, M n
Iiichar0o, M D
Jourdon. M D
" KnUonhani, O
New I.eiftiijlon, O
W Diipler, M D
,!7l,fJ' by ? G.Swetland, McArthur.O.,
nd all rfnia; lures ehroiigh the country.
THE NEW YOEfOBSEEVTfi
Is now Publishing a New Serial 8 to it.
to run throiiKhalarge part of the next vol-
uuiv, rimueu .... . 1 , i t
- Mr. Browning's Parisl." ,
All now Subsorl hers will art. the Htorv mm.
We will send G rover A linker's J65 SewliiR
Machine for 18 New frHilwcrlliers.
Inerdertoliitrmlace the Observer to new
readers and newciirleaof Influeaee, we auikc
the foIIuwiiiR liberal offers for
WO will Send IhA llMer-or far nnn vmv I
2subscrlbers,oueorbvikbeluguw,fr f H 00
two or a II ' for on
' - tnroeeraH for 10 00
Or, toany nemon sendlna ns Ive or nmn.
new subscribers, wa wUl allow ti eumintulon
.Hend hf eheek.drsft., or Post-office erder.
ktauiple espies and elrculurs sent tree, !
icrnis, K.ouayesr, in advance, m, 1
.1SBY . MOlE, Jr., 4. tU. . .
wi rars u;wr kvw l oil.
V i puis " J
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
United States of America,'
WASIUXUTOS, 9. C,
CIlXliTEIiED BY" "SPECIAL
ACT OF CONGRKSS, , .
Approved M ; 25; .1868.
, PAID IN FULL.
BRANCH OFFICE .
riRST RATICXAI. BlK . BUILmtd, miL'A,
Where the izeni'nil biiNluessof the Company
is trnnwiclo'l, mid tn which all general curres
pondenue shouhl be nd-lnvwcd.
CLAREMCB II. CLARK, President.
JAV COOKE, Chairman, Financt toil
REXn D. COOKE, Vice-President.
EMERSON W. PEET, Secretary and Aot-
This company, National In Its character, of
fers, by ruHin "f Its lame capital, low rntes
of premium nnd new tables, tlio most duin
blomxansof Insuring life yet ottered to the
The rates of premium, beliio- largely reduc
ed, aro made as favurablo to tlie insurers as
those of the beit mutual companies, nnd
avoid all the rninpllcatl-ms and uiH-cHulntU-s
f Notes, Dividends and tho misunderstand
la which tho latter nrosoupt tocuuso the
Hevural n.'w and nttr.ictlve tables are now
presenUM which only to lie understood to
prove acceptable to the public, such as the
iN0OHK-i'K"ifti:iQ riLior nii'l ssrcsv rnsMit'M
nuev. In tho former, the policy-holder not
only secures a life Insurance, payable at
dentil, but will rewdve. If llvinu.nfU'r a period
of a few years, an annual IniNinie equal to
ton pv'r ce'it. of the parofhls policy. In the
latter, the company aft-rees to return to the
assured lite total nmountof money he has
paid In, In addition to the amount of his poli
cy. Tho attention of persons contcmplakfeur In
Kirl'n their lives or increasing the nmouiit of
insurance they already have, is culled to thp
special nlvautnses ottered by fio National
Life Insui'.uiee Company.
Clit'iilnrs, PaiunlilL-ts nnd full particulars
Klvcnon nip'lcatloa to tho Branca Otliceof
the Coiup:nv, or to
JOHN W. ELLH &CO.;
Cincinnati, Ohio, General Agents for Ohio nnd
Central and Southern Indiana.
Spivlul Assent for Vinton County.
30K OF NATURE.
A ifrent Phvsloloiical work. Vnt nn adver
tisement of some Doctor's medicines, but a
book of "private Information" for Married
People, or thoso cuntc mplutliH! marriage, ou
snbjccu with which nil should lx fiuiilllhir.
When you once n.isscss n copy of this valua
ble work you will not 1 without it for twice
1 tH OOf t. For i-omi.l-Uu-l.tbla of u-n.k utr, dln-
criptlve circular and price, send two 8 cent
stamps to BOX Ml, Clyde, Ohio. . (iii
MOBBI3 EVA1T8, :
SADDLE AND TIAHNKSS MAKER, McAr
tliur, Ohio. Mnmifacturcrof and Dnaler III
Saddles, Harness,' Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Bits, 4to.
irRepalrliitt of every desiTlption done
promptly, nnd nil wojli warranted.
Mhop At Ward's old stand, on Main street.
IS THE H1HADLE OF THE AGE!
Gray-IIcntlejl Iooplo linvc llicb
locks restored by it to the dark, lustrous.
$U,en treuei.ol youth, and are happy I
Youni People, with ZiVif. fatU d or red Hair.
have these unfashionable colors clmiiL'cd to
. i,..tsr..i ...,k... :..!.. .
m nnuujui uuuuiii, uuu rcjulLC .
Pcoplo whoso heads aro covered witl'
Dandruff and Humors, uso ft, nnd have
clean coats nnd clear and healthy scalps !
Unld-iro-rulert V'tcrnn have
tlieir reinainiii"; lacks tightened, and the
laro spots covered with a luxuriant growtl.
of Hair, and danco for joy 1
Young Gentlemen use it because it is
richly perfumed I
Youn? Ladies use It because it kecpf
their Hair In place !
Everybody must and iri7I use It, becansi
it is the cUantft and lest articlu in the
For Salo by Druggists generally.
And br J. S.Htrnnc.sniKI. W.Sissnn. McArthui
A.R.Merrism Co WlmlesnlcAtculs.Cincinnnt
GET THE BEST.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
S030 Ennaainisl 1840 Pairss Onarte, Prioa til.
10,0000 Wordsnd Mt-uiiingH notluotliei
rcwed as nwhhle. we hm mm,s.i..i,( H,
inur iiriiu M.,v -ire nis a I n; ntniirv wit ...
lully nnd (dihAilly sets forth Its present conditioi
w iiin .., viiurin (h wun-fier uoe unit of on
vrilteu and snokou Kuul.ah ftmmiM. in..i-na.i.
i work is a marvelous speeinien oflenriiini
tnsle. nnd lliomniili Inlmr,
we praise it hssrlil
beiiiiuse we behevo it deserres the heartie.
rnme N. 1. Ami mv.
These three books are Ihe sum ls.iit nr
ibrurie..- the HiMe. .Sh:ilistinmn. nr., l wiui.
Roysl rnrtu (Evening Journal.
The Jiew Wehiler u Kamvus it it nerfei-t i
listaiuwaiHf ditlhia conip-tition rt leaves noth
nil to- bo .liwiro-j. J. ll.ltavuwqd, LL.l., Pres'
The most useful ttndi rmanrhnht irvA.rtnnM.
llllmalt klimvinlie In our' Imihiimm riv w
. iir.iuvin .iini,. Ariuiiiiurai college.
Mtetionrtf. ' ,
1045 pases octavo) 600 OMgraviaar,.
Thewolk Foreiillva m of a VHi-il. i...
hethlna tot lli mnli0B.-Aii,. fclucu'liiiw
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rMbUirtred by 0. . Xl KRltlASf , RpHiisfleld
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. - . - vaovui;iifc .
v - . 1:.
m'ARTHWB NURSERY J
j. & w. gold; . :
Would reipeetnillylnform ths eltiieas ef Viates,
4nd olhai eauaticstlialtliejr bars, at tbair
HUR8ERY, Ou HU JorthW Prssi afcartlat,
AITLE TKEE3, !- .
f Each tbees,
; "CHERUT TREE!.' "
e wsrrn: tall our stock fro lo nams and H
(is Inw prit-es as can be obtained rnywhere. and
invite all pvrnons to call and eiamma it.
Any letter addressed to ns, as to priae or va.
netien, will 1st prompll onyswered.
DEPOT HOTEL. '
M. MerUe, - frtpitoT,
Just the place for Weary Travelers, '
THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
Depot nnd where all travelers upon all
trains ran pike minis, has Just Iw-n greatly
enlarged and thorouxhly repaired, pnintedl
4(i., nnd is pow in complete order for Uie re,
ceptlon of uuestfl. -Trains stop twenty mln.
utes for meals. MTkiims moujkuatk.
NOTICE Is hereby irlven that William Row,
Iand.Oiianllan of Andrew Halts, has (lied bis
accounts fur lnsiectlon nnd partial settlement
In the I'm bate Court of Viiiion county, Ohio,
which will beforheailnir ou the ltth duv ui
December, A. I), im.
Koveml)er2B, 180Mw frolwtejudga,
The nnderslgncd has licon duly oppolnM
mlinlnNtriitor "f tlu' folate of Peter Aulleher.
ate of IV ilkesvllle Township Vinton nounty!
Oh o, deceased. PATRICK KEEFJS.
Novomlw IU, MUMw ...
The Union, the Constitution"
and Retrenchment and
1868 AND 1869,
THE ANNUAL PUOSrECXVS
OF TDK-. .
WEEKLY 0HI0STASTESMAU,. -
KJf JIARD NEVINS,Prnternnd Pnbllsher.
i 11. Lshklxa.v and C. B. Flood, Editors,
Tns Ohio 8tatkfiaii was established la
expound snd enforce ths great ideas of
government taught n1 practiced by Tbom.
as Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, which
in the psst made our Government great,
renowned and prosperous, lo an extraor
dinary extent. They are ideas to which
lbs people of the United Btstts must'
come back, if Iher would hava Birmtuu ---good
Uovernmrut. The reeent defeat of -the
Democratic parly makes it the more
ncoesiary that we should labor with mors
resolute determination ia beholf of ths
integrity of the Union, for lbs preeerva.
'.ion of the constitution, for Equal Taxa
tion, for One Currency for all, and for
Retrenchment iai Keform. Tbs States
mar will not be devoted exclusively to .'
politics. Bptclnl effort will be used to
make it, in all rcsnecls, A-DESIRABLE
To this) end the. General News of (be
Day, Monetary an-i Market Reports, Con
gressional and Legielalire Proceedings,
when these bodies are in session, sutben
tio Reports of the Supreme Court of Ohio,
Tales, Poetry, Agricultural anl Choice
Miscellaneous matter, will be published.
We thank our friends snd the friends
of the cause of Democracy for the extend. '
ed circulation they heretofore hve given
to the STATgtiiAM, and would regard it as
an especiol favor to have I hem make par.
ticular effort lo get up good Clubs for th
ensuing year. It will require only a lit.
tie labor to do this, whi s it will snabl
ui to publish a paper here at the Cspilol
of the State that will be every way worthy
the great cause in behalf of which we ar
Single oopy, one year, $2 00
Single oopy, six months, 1 00 '
Ten oopies one year, each, 1 75
Twenty copies and over, each, 1 5U
Addiess, OHIO 8TATESMAN,
, Col ambus, Ohio.
86rSend for specimen copies.
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IIKNIIY LASTS. . O.W.WILSOK.
XiA-rtTTZ & WILSOK",
Kaia8tr;tt, . . - . McAtltr, Ohioy
Hnvlnirpiirehnsed the Furniture Eslalillsh-.
uicniof Killer W.vkoli; are now manu
, fintui'llig to. order the most
IJiAUTXFUI F U E N I T U B JJ
of the very latest sty le nnd anisUI.
Finely Finished Eni-eaTis -Cane
nnd every- variety of
Usually rounds In rnrnltnrn EstablL-bmsntaj,
L0WISU CASS IfSKISI!
They will nlsocnrrr nn this business, snit
will cniisUintly on hand an assort men I of fine
ly flnislied rofllns, or supply order In any
dy le desired, at
Fx-tremclu Low Priccst
L oosaC, on the intercsti,,, relUnf
inlogriwiri ( Hri-Ie in the instiiiuion of Mr
s tinkle to inntrinioni.,1 fi-britv snd h.imiv
ess. Kent by mail in a aenled letter envelon
te ot chsrite. Adilmss .Hnwaas. naaoe.TAI
inxP, Philadelphia, Pa.: ...
yfAXTJABLE FARM rd SALST
The ItndemlKiied.dWrrnfr Co retire from, ln
lore net ive duties of life, nm-m ftr m.s.
vnluuhle farm, sitnute two miiM uxi. i .. . '
MarietmACIniHniiattKHlireiKr, In flnrrlsou
rownsliln, Vinton counfv, (nMien the HUlc
lUml lend ine; from I'UiHWnt to A tbe-m. sn.1
ihout U miles tnxn rhllllrwil.e s V...
bondomlery Wittfmi and 4 from rivuiw
'iniSTrnlllvutfon.SOai'i'es ill nmwtnw.awid ' si
leres of isltlorn Inndr lum ronirnnw-ja .i..i
hnnHes; loeatlmis henllbfiiH sjowl barn
iw nimni iw. mflronnimm;ui iieit of tim
ber and water. The fnru ran be (fhrtired mt
IwcpMi-ls- wlUlx- awM In aiiperute parts or tv
.a (.im.tr innw, r weyiwrn hhi i.n.
:iwn protierty, enn he taken In cxehsnt.
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