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1 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1868.
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J. W. BOWEH, Editor.
It is Coming.
The Coshocton Democrat wants to
liiiow "what ift coming?" ;
And then say ait is tbo good time
the Iladical leaders have been
promising 'thoso poor Jfooli who
were coaxedand cajoled into voting
for "Grant and poaeo."
The bondholders, through Grant,
won a famous , victor v! The good
time for which they bo earnestly
worked is coming, coming with the
bitter and cold of wintor. ',
'White the poor dupe, who car
ried tho oil lamp andj shouted his
lung9 hoarse to-the edification of
tho-gloved aristocracy on , tho, side
wulk, is shivsring' in his rentod
hovel, the good timo is coming
coming, but not to him.
Itjssoraing in cupons. It is com
ing in gold for bonds and rags for
labor. It is coming in high inter
acts, Aiid new mortgages stamped
by government seals and blotted
With poverty's tears. It is coming
to thoao who owe the debt of the
nation, but hot to thoso . who pay
it. 1 - '.
I.ut mon talk phiin and reason
well. Let them study, Btudy not
to hate, but to learn. .
.There is a great panic nt hand
to say tho papers. You should in
ilerstand what "panic" means. To
the speculator it is a reverse. To
tire business man it is disaster and
ruin. To the laborer it is bitter,
. hahl .t times: To tho Bondholdlng
rito'cracy it is VICTORY.
A cry pf?diHlres8 has gone up
from the West and all the wail is
echoed back by, tho white slavo of
the East. There id a demand upon
tho qcroOtry for moro "Green-
'backs'. " ' : . ' '
- Worklngmcn of Vinton county
read, tho commercial reports in the
laily pnporsv , Dgl you know what
. it inenps to see money quotdd at
iwO'per cent, per month! Look in -.
to your' empty pocket book for your
unswc'r.' See the thousands out of
tmtployment. You should under
stand these things well; you Hhould
iot grovel in darkness. It moans
that the poor will. bo driven to tho
wall and the rich become richer. It
means that wuges must go down,
"because they are moro hands than
work. It means that wo are to have
the same state of things in the Uni
ted States that they . have in the
lespotisims of Europo where
Mn'moy work and women toll,
MtU'b thvulothnnrt tllltlicaoil; .
' J'rom early dawn 'till wenry nlulit,
- 'Tit the olden atory, the plUiblen gill,
.j That meets the eye lu ivery land, , n
; ynara rule the rich with an Iron hand.
A Fenian Demonstration.
Tub Fenians made a grand dcin
onatration.". at Philadelphia,', on
Thursday, in honor of the Fenian
Congress, now in session there. An
O0rt of three thousand soldiers an
A'ivilums-. toiiducted tho delegates
.throagli the principal streets in the
atfternooir. A banner in the line
contained' tbe following inscription
"Tho -'blood of '.'Allen, Larken
'.y'Bneu aud Barrett smokes on the
earth and cric8.aloud Tor vengenco
mid tliut-cnmson stum shall we re
. r. Ia . l . ci ' ' . . mi m
TiBii-upoij me oiixon name me
Fenian tnass 'meeting, in the even-
i g-, waea largo, grund iihI cntlm
slastic affulr. Let the good work
go, bravoly, on everywhere until
;we , nave 'Demonstrations in every
fown and county ,ia the Unite
;HtalesV '. ';' :, ,":' ; ;
' .".Tiii Farmers who voted the Rad
3cal ticket tkis tall if they will
j)u,t ot their sppeks and read - the
market' .Reports will find', ' that
vheat, corn, .potatoes and produce
Jill kinds are rapidly declining In
; price;;' AH' right, gentleman. "When!
youedraato MoArthur to pay your
taxes let us know how much, they
,518; reau,cea.; ttemoraDor, u vour
'corn does not fall from one dollar,
to fifty cents , per. bushel, that the
t)onduoldorr gots the same interest,
!.in gold, that , he did before. Your
jKrk and wheats may come down in
;irico.;bnt the bondholdcrls interest
' - Almost every Radical out
:,pr pffice m ants tho ; place: of
'jftbiiao fellow thdt h in. ', Under
the,, teriurc-of-offico -hw, Mr.
will, have no power,
further than the -'; gugofesting
n'of iiames, over these- offices. ;
Tuii: ' , population of,' .Ross
county is 48,153u
N i '
A Negro in Congress.
Tue carpet-bag canvassers In the
Twentieth Congressional District of
Louisana.havo declared a negro by
tho namo of ManaAo elected to Con
gress for the short term. If he sue
coods in finding his , way to Wash
ington, he will take his seat the
mooting of Congress next month.
The 20th district contains some for
ty parishes or election precincts, all
largely Democratic, but in order to
send this darkey to Washington,
tiio returns from some 37 parishes
were thrown out for some alleged
informalities, and the only three
parishes in which he received a ma
jority of tho vote, we.ro 1 counted
inns securing ins election. Huraner
will probably havo this darky for a
dou touow tho coming winter. If
ho docs it will be pretty rough on
tuo cuiiua Druaaer.
The Electoral College.
The electors ofthe different States
assembled on Wednesday of last
woek in conformity to law and cast
their votes for President-- and Vico
President. TheElectornl College of
uniomet ntuoipmbtis. There Do
ing a vacancyin the Colloge, caused
by the doatn ot David . Todd, G,
Volney Dohsey, a late Ohio Treas
ury dofaultor, was chosen In his
stead. Tho votes wore then cast as
For President Grant, 21; Soy
For Vice President Colfax, 21
Blair, 0, '
Who Pays The Taxes?
The Radical press and nub
lie speakers had, during the
late canvass, a short ardeasy
method ot replying to all ar
guments against the continu
ance of their execrable finan
cial system, namely: to as
sert that poor men-were abso
lutely exempt from : Federa
taxation, because they pay no
income tax, and, usually, no
license fees. The very impu
dent audacity ol this asser
tion, constantly and confi
dently repeated, decieyed
many; but among the num
ber is not the Chief jnstico o
the United States, lie has
a better understanding of the
nature and scope of our intern
al tax system, as is shown by
the following extract from
his charge delivered to the
Grand Jury at Richmond the
-iruuus on the revonuo aro an
evil which the land cries out upon
anu muias upon t lie revenno are
frauds upon the whole body of tax
payers, and no one who oats, drinks,
wears, or is snoitoreu. nnuer any
roof, however humble, now escapes
taxation; whatever the uishoneot
avoid paying,, thoir worthier fellow
citizens must make up.
Comprehensive as this state
ment is, no candid and intel
ligent person will question it
absolute truth: The revenues
ofthe United States, so reck
lessly squandered by Radical
Congressmen upon all sorts
ot corrttpe ; schemes, amaunt
to abount a twenty dollar c.tp-
ltation tax upon every man
woman and , child in the
country, or an average of a
hundred dollars on each fam
ily ; and iis Mr. Chase truly
says, "r.o one who eats,
drinks, wears, or ,. is sheltered
under any roof," can
A Registry Law For Ohio.
Mr. Shei win of this county, has
uoue a sensible anu timely thing in
introducing into the Legislature a
resolution for the appointment of a
commitfeo to draft a Registry law.
icevecaM jjeaaer. ,
ino t;onstitntion ot Ohio says
that all free whito male citizoris of
the Uuitod States over tho ago of
ii years, wuo have resided a cor
taime time .within the State, shall
have tho right to vote. Suppose
oy ncciuoni or ucsign on the part
gi ino licgisiers, or .neglect on the
part of the voter, his name ahould
be omitted from the list. Would
that fact deprive him of his consti
tutional right to vote? If not. of
what possible GseJU the registry law?
vuio once nau a registry law, but
at the next session of the LeiriRlR.
turo it was repealed, because it was
in direct conflict with the Constitn
tion. No tnanrwho has a ricrht to
Vote n Ohio, ; can be deprived., of
inai vote , except lor crime. .It in
no crime to jiave a name omittaH
from a- registry law. -The. Courts
wonld declare such a law as Mt.
Shcrwin proposes, inopcrativo, be
cause ot the want of . constitutional
power in the Legislature to de
prive men, not - registered, af th
privilege of voting. Without such
a rogistry law wyuld not be , ftorth
tho prner yn wWelilt is
The Government award for
the capture of Jeff Davis
$100,000 has been divided
pro-rata . among the ' officers
and men whose chums were
accepted, accordingly to act
of Congress. On Wednesday
drafts, were signed at ' the
Treasury - Department - by
Gen. Spinner, The Treasurer,
and Gen. Jeffries the Regis
ter, to the amount of $12,000,
toward the payment of this
award. The following were
the drafts: In favor of James
II. Wilson, of Illinois," late
major general 'of "volunteers,
$3,000; Henry Harnden, of
Wisconsin, late Lieut, Col.
1st Wisconsin cavalry, for
$3,000; Benjamin D. Pritch
ai d, of Michigan, late Lieut
Col. 4th Michigan Cavalry
$3,000; and Joseph1 A. 6
Yeoman, of Iowa, late Capt
isi ynio cavairy, ,wu.
Official returns, ohowing tho ma
jorities given at tho late Presiden
tial election, have boon recleved
from tho following States
" THE SUCCESS
Of oar One Dollar-Sale ha, onnaed inoh
, IN TRADE
That in order to punilr the demand occasioned
h our con(antly !iw.renin(( patronaita, r
nare recently ninae importations lor tlie tall
trade, direct from the buropean manuractiirea,
Amounting to Nearly $500,000,
So that w are prepared to sell eferV de-
acriition of dry and fancy goods, silver plated
rare, cutlery, watrlips. allmnta, Jeweliy, Ac .
of better iiisiity than any other ooucerti la the
qouuiry lor tue miir.rin price or
One Dollar For Each Article,
With privilege of exchange from a large rarioty
UI unoiiil ariH'iuM, nm nni. fir wnicn
contd tw lionvht for
Twtcl ma laiiiitt
in any ther way. -
, The (Mat of nodn-i and Ne Turk refor
enoiagivrn na to the rel-ahihty of our houae.and
Hint our lmineaa i c.nn l-iute.l in the IhiroiAaiid
mopt Irpiliuiafe ninnner pofallile, and that we
giveireitor value -or me money than ran be
oMiunrd in any olrer way. All gnoda damnired
nrl-rolien in tianspor'nllon replm-ed without
rhnrge. rhrt-ka deaerihlng urtinltaiold aent to
agents In onion at ratea ment-one helow. We
giiftrtintco every aitipje to vnnt lexa thfln
h"inht at any lloaton or New York wholesale
OUR COMMISSIONS TO AGFNT3
Kjeeed thoae of any other ealablihnient of the
kind.-nrnof of this ran be rxnidin conioarina
o-.ir premmma with those of others, for oliiha of
the asmeaiie, in anaiion tovrnivh we claim to
give better goods or the ssrue character.
wi wii.r.fm t iiirts rata or cu.nK
For a .CM of. Thirty and Thru Dullart
One of the following articles: 1 doa. good linen
Hurt fronts, l set solid gold studs, all wool oes
simere for pants, Una while tountepnne, large
sue, 1 elpgnnl bnlmornl skirt, it) yds brown or
bleached sheeting, good quality, yard wide, 1
elegenl inn-picture morocco-bonnd photo alhum
1 double lens He'eonoope and 12 foreiun views.
1 silver plated entraved A bottle castor. One
ellegsnt silk fan, Willi ivory or sandalwood Irame
feathered edge and spangled. 1 ateel carving
anno anu tora, vrry ursi qualify, ivory balanced
handle. 1 handsome beaded and lined parasol.
80 yds good print 1 very tine damasked table
cover, 1 pr. nest quality ladies' eerg- congress
K-iiia, . fitiB nucr iiiii-n huwrut, 1-IOOB rtOgarS
best silver dessert forks, I luc'les' large real
morocco traveling bag, 1 fancy dress pattern, 1
uoa eiersnt aiiyer plated engrnvek napkin rings,
1 dot ladies' fine merino Stoakinas, genta'
heov.v chased solid gold ring. 1 rrlad-ca' high
out balmoral boots. I elegant de'aine dresa sal
tern, 1 violin and bow. in box comnleie. 1 aet i.f
jeweiry, pin; enr orons na sleeve buttons.
tor a two ot titty, and Ftt Vollam
J black or colored slaparca dress pattern, I aet
Iseecurlnina. 1 frill wool blankets, ensraved
silver plated botile revolving carlnr, heanti-
iui writing nesic. i sniia gold scarf nln 3 I J yds
very fine cussimrre for panta and rest, 1 set ivo
ry balanced handled knives with silver 'plated
fnrka, 1 earin pninl, heavily beaded and lined
with silk, 1 nr genta' calf hoots, go vds rood nrlnt
Ml yds good brown or blesched sheeting, yard
w .te, or w ynsT-s wide, good quarty. 1 ladies'
morrooco traveling bag 1 ennare wool shawl. 1
nlnln nnrwich poplin dress pi.ttcrn, 13 4 yds dou
ble widln cloth for la lU'S olook, elegant engrav
ed silver plated tea pot, 8 re double width wi
ser prooi eiotn ror eiosKinir.
tort Vlub of Oni Hundrrd. and Teh Vollari
1 richmannoorthihrt dress pattern, 1 pr fine
damask labia cloths and nnrklnsto mntch.l nr
u irmivn can vuotp, i nt'Hvy silver pintea en
graved ice citcher. very fine all wool clmh for la.
dies cloak, 1 web very bet quality brown or
iiirnutirii tiieeHnc:, im yus nnfl aaimer for
suit, t popiinnress pattern, l nemitinil Kng.lsh
shawl. 1 set ivory balanced handle kaivea mnA
forks. 1 ladies' or gents' silvt.r hnntlntr Mae
watch, 1 Hartlett hand portable sowing tnachme,
aniendid family bihle. ateel anvravinca. with ra.
cord and photograph pages, na yds good henin
carpeting, I pair fine marseilleaquills, 1 six bar
reieu revolver, 1 elegant fnrtnufl and cape, I ain
gle barrel ahot gun, 1 sliver plated engraved 6
hottM revolving cos tor, cut glass bottles, I very
Una violin and bow Incus. 1 aot ivorv balanned
knives and lorka. , .
I'rostnta for largerciubamcrea-tein the same
ratio. ' - .
Snd Money By Registered Letter,
10 rot 00 aw crarcT .
r i Kos, M 100 Summer Bt., Boston.
Airaniai Wantod To Rail TT..
"Eminent' Woman Of The Age."
a ootavo voinme orsao nages, cnntwlnlng 47
newly written aketchei bIeeara. Pnrtoa, Oreo
Iv, Higgitison, Tilton, Winter, Abbott. Prof
Howid. Mrs K. O. Dtantan. fsnn. 1-..
erreawnad, etc. llrnstrated with 14 excellent
stcetengraytnga.-Thw New-Totk Evening Koat
aayrof the bock, -1 deserrea aad wl II ohlaia
luiDienew enie.'r v . .4 . ..
M. N. B. Very ibera) ierma win be ! tn
AgenU For desoriiliv aircularv, nfereoMt,
8. H, BETTS (O., Hartford, Conn.
Louisville, Ky., U the
largest inland tobacco market
in the United' States.
Sr. Bnrton'i Toto Antidote,
WARRANTKDto remor all di.lrff ,r Tohng.
co. It is entirely ibl ftnj Harnilfn.,
ft pqrifiei nod enrichu lite blootl, inviorttft
the MyRtem. poRHAei gnrat nouritlinii; and
trnitlienin2 power, it Aoxcellent appetiser,
mnlitaa the stomach to 'Xit Ibe hrartieat
food, mnkea alerp refreahtin. o l eatublmhra
robuaiheattl). Smokera api.i Cliearf ra fir aix ty
years cured. Price, KiltyJOenta, no free, i
treatiae en the injurious effwta orTolMcoo.wfta
lists of refereneea. testimonials. A. aenlfrae.
Aenta wantod. AddreM fir. T. B. ABB'iTr,
Jeraey City, N. J. Bold byjtll Drumisls. I2
OAEPETS- D0N?T PAY THE
HENfSW ENGLAND CfeBPRTOO., o( ni
ton, Msa., MtablisltaJ rtaarly qmrtar of a
ocntnryRio, in tUeir pr-ht looatio i, in Il.ili
orer 71, 73, 76, 77, 79, 81, 8 l,rHS, aikJ 87 H uior
lr.. hiw irbaMjF Mmtafffwi mw hniw -with
curpets thuo othr houft in thioimCrf.
In rdnr to afford those t a dmtaa to th a'lvn
tBMM of their low prices, promte to en I. on ra
ceit of the price, 20 ynnU or upwrnli of their
beautiful Cotuge Carpeting, at W cents per jar I,
wtthnampie of ten sorts, Tnrying In price Irotn
36cente up u3per yard, euitable for furninhmg
every part oTany house. I 4w
WANTED-AGENTS. - !S .S
everywhere maie and feii-iie, to introduce th
genuine oommon aensd fiutily Hewing Mauhine.
This machine will such, hem, fell, tuck quilt,
cord, bind, braid and embroider in a most super
ior manner. Price, only $U. Fully warranted
for five yeara. We will ?ity il.OuO for any ma
chine that will sew atrsnger, more buaiitifui,
or more elastic seam thai ours. It make the
"Elastio Look Stitch." Every second smell can
be cut, and aull Ilia cloth caiiuot be pulled apart
without tear ng It. We pay agents. Irom ITS to
$200 per month and expanses, or a commission
from which twice that amount can be inoJe.
Addres, SKCOMb it (JO.,giUabuig, Fa., or boa.
CAUIION-Do not be in nosed upon by other
parties palming off wortsleascaat Iron machines,
under the same name ol otherwise. Ours la the
only genuine and really practical chef p in
chine nianufuctuted. iw
THE OHIO PARMER,
. Volume Xmi, 1869. .
ENUEOEU AN1 IMFBOVED.
THE GREAT WEEKLY
AND FAMILY PAPER!
Rural, Household and Mechanical
Twentj- Page targe Quarto form larery
Woeli, coverea huu siucneu.
Trm Single otpy, 12
" Sizooplea, . 11
" Ten eopiei 20
And au Extra. Copy u.tlie getter up of a Club
of Ten. For eac-li additional dulm-rlhcr, at
two dollnra, tlio agent may retuln twenty
ccnta for Ills trouble. -
(poclmens and Froepectuaea aeut free to
reraons ueairiug 10 get up cuius. Auareaa
OUIO KABMEK, Cleveland, O.
NEW- MILLINERY GOODS
MRS. E. B. PUGH'S
Well known Establishment.
A Hew and remarkably low-priced asaort-iiit-ut
Fimliiunablo Full Millinery:
Bonuota, .', Hats,
Dress Trimmings, Buttons, etc., etc.
Old Style Huts remoddled and Trimmed
neatly and tuU.-fully, In the luteal atyh-s!
in the luteal atyli-s!
RS. E. B. POGH.
r0 THE AFFLICTED.
Weaver's Mexioan Bittorp,
Thme Hitters have been tented and ai n roved
uy tue follow liij mysietana aun urui gisu:
i.AavArF.. vuiir. hut isu..
The unrtninlirned, having exiinilned the
formula of Weaver' Mexican Bittern, take
pleasuro in recommending their use aan grate
ful atoiouvlilc aud tonic. It la moat iiuquea-
ii.n..i,iv a trnori Atinetlxer. and will nrova it
self worthy of uxe in cases of Indigestion and
Homer 8 haw, lata Staff Surgaon V S A Lancastf r,0
(1 W llocretler.M i'.,
Paul Carpeter, M D
O E Davis, M 1
M Bffiuirer, Ml)
J W Lewis, Mil
a u i-orter, n u
P Hewetson, M r.
M H Gregory, Iiurglat,
E L Alooiitn, "
Andrea- Foust "
O. W. Kramer. Chemist
W F Msyne. M D
H J Hummel, M D
A L Himmons, Druggist,
P 7 Turner. X I
S nyde, M D
N C Hyde, M D '
J L Kankio, M D, D D.H
E U tfaaruder. M U .
John McKinney, M D
E Vanntta. M U
Ks Uiuigioa. O
M R Kwing, M D
A Kichardson, M D
1 Jour Ion. M t
a W liujiler, MB
For sale by J, Q, 8 wetland, MoArthur, O.
an d all drug stores through the country.
i IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE! 'X
OrffV-IIientlcMl Iooi)lo have tliclr
lockt restored by it to tlic dark, luttrum,
liUrn irttstt of youth, and am hapjiv I
1 ountrFcotilc, with liaht, fadtd orrttfllair.
linro Uicjo unfasluonabls colors changed to
a beautiful auburn, and Kjofcc I
People whose heads "Are covered with
Dandruff and Uumort, ui It, and have
clean coats and clear and healthy cnl !
Xlala-IIoaded Voternna have
their remaining locks tightened, and the
bare spots covered with a luxuriant growth
of IInir4 and dance for joy I ., , ,
Youne Gentlemen use it because it Is
richly perfumed I j
Toang Ladles' use it.bevaute it keep.
their Ilair in place I - .
Everyborty yitutannd vnTZ use it. becattae
it li the dtantst and icti article:' iu the
raarVtetl ,., ., , . . ', , . . -
For Bala bj Drag-gUti jenmUj.
And byJ.S.SIrang.aodO. W.Sision, IfcArtKtir
aSHsrrUtn Ci WbolealAo,(;taclaiitl
THE STATE OF OHIO,
CHDERED, Tliat the District Court and
Courts of Common Pleas, for the year
. im, lu and for the Hoventh Judicial Dls
- trlct of the State of Ohio, shall commence
at the Times following, to-wltl
The several Terms of the Dlatrlct Omrt In
and ror the year 1869, ahnll continence In the
several counties, aa follows!
In Washington county, Thursday,
April 8. .
In Meigs county, Monday, April 12.
In Gallia county, Thursday, April
In Lawrence county,Monday, Arpil
In Scioto county, Thursday, April
In Pike county, Monday, April 26.
In Perry county, Tuesday, August
In Fairfield county, Thursday, Sep
tember 2. .
In Hocking county, Monday, Sep
In Athens county, Thursday, Sep
In Vinton county, Monday, Sep
In Jackson county, Thursday, Sep
A nd the severitl Terms of the Court ef Com
mon Pleas In and lor the several counties of
auld Dintrlct,aiiil for aula year, snail com
mence! In the several counties, as follows:
In Perry county, Tuesday, Februa
ry 9; Tuesday, May 11; Tuesday,
In Fairfiold county, Monday, Feb
ruary 22; Monday, May 24; Mon
day, October 18.
Iu Hocking county.Monday.March
15; Monday, June 14; Monday,
November 8. -
In Pike county, Monday, February
1; Tuesday, April 27; Monday,
In Lawrenco county Tuesday, Feb
ruary 9; Tuesday, May 4; Tues
day, Septomber 23.
In Scioto county, Monday, March
8; Monday, May 31; Monday, Oc
Iu Jackson county, Monday, March
1; Monday, May 24; Monday,
In Vinton county, Monday, March
15; Monday, June 21; Monday,
In "Washington co inty, Tuesday,
February 2; Tuesday, April 27;
Tuesday, September 21.
In Athens county, Tuesday, Febru
ary 23,Monday, May 17; Monday,
Oaobcr 18.. .
In Gallia county, Jlfonday, .March
8; Tuesday, Afay 25; Jouday,
' November 1.
In Meigs county, Monday, -1arch
22; Jonday, Juno 7; Jfouday,
November 15. .
In TftsnMOHY Wirfcimor, We have hereon-!
to set our hands, this 30th day of October, A.
D.1SC8. ' ,
EIIA8TT8 A. OUTHRIE, 1
HILAH II. WRIOIIT,
1 WILLIAM B. LOOMIH, VJudgee.
JOHN I PLYLEY,
TlTB PTATEnrOHIO, VlSTOXCOTSJTT.S.
I. CHultGE LANTZ, Clerk of the Court ef
Common Pleas, in ana for suld County, do
hereby certify that the foregoing Is truly ta
ken and topled from the original order on
file In my offlce.
r7JTT WITNESS my hand and the seal
Sfflli of said Court, at MoArthnr, this
! Wo-' 2th ditv of November, A.D. 18(18.
GEOkGE LANTZ. Clerk.
Webster'B Unabridged Kotionary,
8000 Errfruisfs, 1840 Piges Quarto. Prlos III.
10,0000 Words and Meanings not In other
Vrasred aa a whnU - ... nnn s.i.i ,v.
nlW litina Li...... I.... -i.-.i - -
.. .kuai i,xd m la utiuimrj . wilier.
lull j and faithfully sets forth Itsn-csept condition
,.... , nnwifr nun inai ot. our
written and spokeu ugl:sh tuuite. I Ilarper'a
1 hi wnrlr ! mi.iulnii. I 1 i
taste, and thorough labor. We praise It henrlilj
uvuc.n ii veaerTU lile licartiril
praise. IN. Y. Alteon.
TIlMK ihTM ImAkk an. lll .ai.m .-.-1 --,..,
librarians the Uihle.aluksneare, and Webster's
ttoralOuarto Keulng Journal.
1 he New Webster is glorious it Is perfeet-H
distances and defies competition it leares noth
lug to be desired.-4. H. Itayiuond, L,b.l., Pres't
Tlie mrtil 1 1 n .4 Mma-Waln- -.M
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or human hnnwirdiie In onr laniitar W.6.
Clark, President Mass. Agricultural College.
ryjsjusi-jsjia national- notorial
1040 pages oetayoi BOO .ngriavlngs.
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Blondy'S Portable Steam En
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rnequaled for AconBACT, STUBD, and r1A
BiLrrr. Wilt saw from 6, COO to 15,000 feet
per day. All machinery fully warranted.
Over 1,000 now in use la the Onitar) gtafw.
British Provinces, and South Americas for
rrlovs and Dsacrlptiona, addreaa
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LIFE .INSURANCE CO,
United States of America,
WiSHl.V(JTvK, . 0.
CIIAIITETIKD BY SPI!CIAJ4
ACTOfCOXGRESS, ; .
Approved fah 25, 1868.
paid is run.
rtttaT VATIfRAt. ASK BDILDIXa, - rtlllv'A,
Where the general business of the Company
Ii trHiisacted, and to which all genera) eurros
pondeuoe should la ni'lri'd.
CLARPMCB fl. CLA1K, Prwidest.
JAV COOKE, Chairman, Wnanps d4
HEN'RV It. COOKE, Vice-PrerUfnl.
6C830S W. PEET, 8coretar aa Aet-
TUIinompany, National In Its character, of
fers, by rata n of Its largo capital, low rales
of premium rind new tables, the most desira
ble mnutuof Insuring life yet offered to the
The rates of premlnm, being largely rodue
ed, are mle as favorable to the insurers as
thosu or the bent mutual companies, and
avoid all the complications and nncertnlntles
of Note, Dividends and the inleundenitaiid
l'gs which the latter are so ant to cause the
Several new and attractive tables are now
presented which only to he understood to
prove acceptable to the public, such as the
iscottE-pamMTcitfo rotter aud bktck result-it
mi.it. In the former, the policy-holder not
only secures a life Insurance, payable at
death, but will receive, If living, afUjr a period
of a few years, an annual Income equal to
ten por cent, or the pnrofhls policy. In the
latter, the company agrees to return to the
assured the total amount of money he has
paid in, Id addition to the amount of bis poli
cy. The attention ef persons eontmnnlatrng In
suring their lives or lucrenMng tu.i amount nf
Insurance they already have. Is nnlled to the
spw-Ui advantage offered by the National
Life Insurance Company. .
Circulars, Piim.ph.iets and full particulars
given on app'lcatioa to the Branch Office of
the Company, or to
JOHN W. ET.LH A CO..
Cincinnati, Ohio. Gei-ernl Agonts, ror Ohio at
' Central and Houtlicrn Indiana.
Special A.irent tor
br Vinton County.
J- &, GOLD,
Would respe tfullylnform the ciltieos of Vitttea
and other eeuntiet that (key base, at their
BOKBESI, Oat Mils Hcrth-latt Prom Kclrttsv "
4he ver keslrafietlssai
APf IE IB EES,
1'EACHTIIEES, , '
aCISCI TBtrES, ' ,
TZW TREES. '- '
eVewrmartall onr stol true tenawe and at
-s In- pticoa a can Le olitnined ruvwhere, sad
nvite Yt perons to call and examine it.
Asyilior addressed to Us, aa -to-prices or ta
rtelaea, wilt he promptl atlysvrerrd.
BEAUTIFtji TtfBNITUKE ! I I 5""'
atSHY'LA. O. WILSOB.
MsliStr., ... . KcAllr.OUa.
Having ptfrchased the rnrnlfure EatablLali
u.nt Of KUer A WykofT, lira now nuuiu
, focturlng to urder the most
B'KA Ot I F Ul. fTJRUITVmS,
of the very ltttcat style and flnlifit! .
Finely Finished fttireirtis,
:,. Caac Scaitcfl Cfeiurs,
t ., and every vartefy or .-, -flrstsUss
Usually Ibttnds In mniture atalulshmaBsa
mud at tlii:
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to wist ci3 rr.ixE3i
wmcnA,5.I?Vrry .on ,UIS bwlnnw, an
axtremelu Low Prices!
AEtfiBLE farm rimlilfi;
more actiVe duties' of lifeS'?.:
Townjhlp, Vinton oounVf. Z i'o. on .V!
irJmi ii miiL , 1 V" "'C"ne to Athens, and
lindolfd? pS?f fi'0"1 h'the. 5 from
ftSJ o?io7tnK?'-',?M,"m J from Rnysvllle
iS?.f J-Zi loCa M01" ltoa.Ul.rul; good bar,
and stoics Wo nice orchards; the best of tiro-
IT" lllnr'n can be divided Into
t-jfl .parts: will be sold In semt part. or to.
...... , oc weautrn lamts.cat
town prrtnertv. can be laltn In exchanae. "
For parUeulara, call on or address
... ' J' W. Bi)WKV,McArthUr O
U) Of A. Q. ELUOTtoa toe piimlU
THE NEVTTOBK OBSESVEF
IsDowPoblkhinga Nw8eri Story. -
! Mr. Browiiir.g'8 Fari;!i.'
pl Tti """u" W1" V the ,MTy eom
.We will send (trover Jk BritcV'a isit B,
Mhlneforl8 Now nSrri eln
In order to tntrndune tho IVKlT . . . -
rearkus-and now clrcui n?iV. rTW f nr
Ui. toUowlnr'bcrM'XU for W0
" ' two or all 'Jjatew, .r M
on each. - " auow cvmmlaaion
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