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M' ARTHUR, VINTON 'COUNTY; OHIO: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1863.
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The President's Message.
Ijt this paper we publish
the President's Annual Mes
sage in full. It is an inter
esting' and able document.
Some of the buck nigger
worshipping members , of the
ilisgrnceful Congress pretend
ed to be highly insulted du
ring the reading of the mes
sage to, that , body, . because
the President referred to their
wicked acts. The reader will
also find, in this paper, the
report of the Secretary of the
.Navy, and ; the Postmaster
TB Democratic Enquirer of last week in
vlnintea that when the fanners of Vinton
county rometoMcArthurto pity their taxi
thvy will not find them reduced. True, not
withstanding we hiive a Democratlo Ixlsla
tnre, and I hi' KtimiiRKR promoted a reduction
vttnx( If UeuiooriiUt were elected. VlHTOic
Tlie Record should be willing to
tato the wholo truth. The levy
for the preerit-yur was made be
fore the geuferal appropriation pass
ed the Legislature, and. was based
upon the appropriations for 1867
The oxecfts of taxes collected th
tear for State purposes will there
fore be equal to the diffar.eaca be
tween the appropriation bill of 1867
-and that ot ibb'.i. winab Is over
$600,000. Next year the State levy
will be decreased in tnat amount'
would ' remind the
1 that the Eecobd
but little tibout the
truth- It takes the
.greatest of pleasure m mis
representing the acts of T)cm
ocrats; but its base misrepre
sentations have not a particle
of influence where the sheet
Is best known. Its editor is
just ignorant enough to thii
that ' a Democratic Legist
ture can lessen the taxes the
... next day after it assembles
It does not,know..tliatla
thieving Radical .Legislature
has done tip the legislating
for the State for . the last
twelve or- niieeu years or
at least so longthat the taxes
have Increased to such figures
that the farmer think they
are paying Tents instead, of
the low taxes they tised
pay nuder Democratic rule
The Record seems to he anx
lous, however, for this wick
ed systdn ot taxation to
Wo Know not to whom credit is
due iorthe tolhywiRg,' but U is so
trne a picture of Radicalism, that
we adopt it, endorsing every para
graph as an exact representation of,
-one or other feature on the face of,
the so called Republican party ;
Calling themselves Unionists, tfrey
i) five consumatea ana maintained
disunion. -. u .
Anecirog economy, tney have
given as the costliest government
on earth.' - ' ' 1
Pra tl i ng of vi rtue, they hare made
u in most corrupt. - ;
Clamoring for wjnal rights, they
iibtc prusuriueu more peopre than
any monarchy in Chrisendoml '.. .
Invokinar frfedora, they establish
nuu mo in tain tne aaricest despotism
Professing toleration, thev m
claim the acceptance of their creed
the alternative of ostracism anddis
franchieement. ' y
Uowling i about purifying ' the
government, Uiey hav made dis
lionesty and office holding Monti
Prenthing principal, they subsist
y passion and prejudice.,
Denlorinar caste. - thv 1
blacks above whites in one third of!
ne country. " '. , , .
lUHuimg loyalty, tney nave
trampled upon every worthy prin-
ciple of our systeni.
. Claiming statesmanship, their of
ficials .are either conspirators or
luivTco. . ' ; . ii I i r .:: j I
Lauding Indepehdebce, they are
the servile slaves to a party caucus
i.cwiiuiiis w invue criticism,
they stifle freedom, of debate in .Con
cress by partizian rules-, and drown
it elsewhere in blood." " '
Insisting upon peace, they prolong
thoold wax and strivo to stir up a
new on b. .'"''!'.: v'":,.; . .
They, have' inade anarchy and
can it. fjee. rretonsions, without
sincerity; is their programme, to
be carried out with tyranny. .Their
creea is nypocracy, their peace is
cant, thoir practice is theft, their
end is deipotism,'.--
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THE VILLAGE SEWING-
BY CHRISTINE H. CARPENTER.
A drow.t rummer afltrnooo hvg citr
iba dnlnl; little Tillage of Majll'e,
niinr among the green Conneciloui
h lli. ' The leatet of the clustering ls
fro raing th jirelly white eotlage juit
stirred in the aiinahine. whili- e'n Ihe
be and bulierftes erepi to belter In
'he heiirli of , the great rod and awhile
roiea, faioll.r noiii log to rue oeeailoeal
l"pliyr aa it InnRutfhed by. Prom the
open window" of Widow Maj'a 'bet rooaa'
liuio of to or Hole out upon the ecenlad
nir, anj within, more than a aoore of huty
hands fa-hiuned divert fubrica into fair
hapelinsa, . Itwai the weekly atwlng
oircle of the Mayaville ohuroh, for which
fair wik In prosnfot, a fact thai formed
the aecret of tbia femi&ioe conolave. Who
Tr eaw a eewing-elrele without Ita little
titbtti of goanlpT Thli wat no eioepllon
to the rule. Presently a cherry faoe
looked up from lit ow nor'a glanoioj nee.
Do yon know,' laid the to her ntghbnr.
'hat I've quite altered my opinion of Mrs.
Walls, lately? Pray don't start th hat
l at armed yet',
'How it thai? Von ued to think her
the most axtraTlgant woman in Ibe vil
lage, and I'm not ture but you were quite
right. To . my certain knowledge aim
wean ihe most new dresae. new bonnet.
and lo tostly, to Bay nothing of the ttrle
in whioh those ehildren of hen are prim
ped up) You don't pretend to ImngineAsr
hti'baod cm aland II to muoh better than
other I might mention ?'
)hl nn Mr. Weill is not rich only
comrnrtaDie. . . ,
I ean't afford two new dretsea to
'Maybe you don't know how to seono
mils.' , .' i ,
' lSoonomliel I'd like yon to point out
another woman in MTsllle who ean
ttretoh out a dollar further'a I aaal'
'Yea, I can dolt'
Just tell me, and I'll tak a lesson
right off' , , i
'You might profit by it, too, aa I hare
It's Mrs. WalU-'
'Mas. WelliI - That dot heat my time
to let ber np aa my ' modell Now
iar aay, if one really knew, aha spend a
juei tnrea timre aa muon '
No aha doesn't, nor ia faet my more
man yeu ao
un nonsense) how do you get aver
the four bonnet a, and the dresses and
faner furbelow una alwar sees about
her?' The little matron shook her head
aagaoioualy. No, do, lira. Brown. I cal
culate ihe whole matter in plain figure.
now, ror inn anoe; There were my two
hoouet last year Ned Ihmight at how
i mould nave aomelhing better that th"
hideous thlngi Mist Smith ret no in the
wiiiRge, so' i went to Pi aw Torn. Well,
(here were two dayt lost just goinc and
eomlrg at the very time I moat want
ed. , 1 tiled myaelf almost to death look
lag for aomelhing reasonable, n1 at las
had to lake the neareat to m means. I
thought It would do well enough till I got
borne, and Mr. Wells sailed on me next
day with the) tfry lovlieat bonne' t ever
saw on her head, it never enat lea than
twenty Sve dollar in the elty. I mean
that gray velvet ah had last fall,'
'I know all about It. It didn't cost but
six dollara,. and it 'did'l aoms from the
Six dollars! , Ton must be dreaming !
Knd where, in Ihe name of oreaiion, could
any on get u'h a bonnet in Maytvillc?
I hen, again, when I wa in Ihe city I saw
a dreas something like that blue merino
of 8uaie Well' everybody liked ao muoh
I though! , I'd enough lea to buv it for
Ada I knew the aiuff wasn't more than
fourteen (hilling a yard, and -It take
jnit four y arda; but heaides, ibere was
the making And trimming. I went in
nd priced it. It waa eighteen dollars
'And Buaie Weill' coat her mother only
about nine.' : . i- i. , ''
That beata me out and out. Where
dors he re to get tnoh harrain?' ' "
Net very often onl of Mayaville.'
'Why, I never see 'hem. When I ro in
Mist floillh for anything new, most likely
a some notion she t borrowed from the
Welleet. I de believe H ev a the fash
ion for this village for dresiaiktri and
all.' ' ; - .
'Well, Mr Weill ean do It If aha Hkea.
for the truth la the baa a sure ruide.
ihla ie the aecret-" ,
Do tell !' suspending ber work to listen.
Yea. and what's morn. Un W,n.
doesn't boy half those new things ready
man j ane maaa inem. naraeir. .. i ,
Ob I It' allln gunption then. I never
had ny,V , , ,., -
'No, sot . that alone, i I went down to
he bou.e yatlerday to tak tea. and w
got. chatting, and somehow we cam to
talk about eoonomr; and I said I didn't
bow etnie folks menaced lo - make
such a show, when ethers, doing quite at
u in uie worm, eouiao't. 'Now von
don't mean me?' taill Mrs. Well, laughing-.
'W.by, :ye, esldr I bluntly : 'I ia; i
.-II . ... . mi. , . . '
nn jii you, ira reeiis, i went on.
Mayaville people do' think' yoit ere twful
extravigant.' 'Why?' said tr. "BeaaiiM
yoeuav aomanv new thing, and made
ooauy, and me children ere alwayr fur.
helowet enough to cost' a email fortune.'
now I'll warrant,' tail abe. 'that alt
J it..: ... n.l'"'
ujiik hiiii tin ennuren a new thlngt to
gether don't cost me any more than- yours
any othef family in the villare . a
larfe at mine.'; 'Why, bow Is that.'-mid
'Beoattet I teak every penny tell, and
!... V li.. l" v . . .
i icvaiuaoie aid
give me ino very seel, advice, and keep
ma auijiiBiuirH wnu ine new raehloae.-
furoiebei' patterns and ideaa and l.11.
wnat io eat. and bow 14 make un, .
plioitly, (hut a body eaa't helm under.
ttandtng. eave ell the cost and time and
trouble of going to the oity.for all I have
do Istoooosult my Mentor tor shape
tyU aod itaatenaK Faet exnerlan. 1...
proved lo me, , thai I oan rely upon it
wi'hout fear, and it leal wars fall a month
aavanoe, so thai I nave d entv r tim.
for ennstderatioit, . Send for h heceaaery
artlolea. end there are ihe directions to
make up. And, besidee, I have the plena
ore oTelwaya feeling fresh abd present
able Iiaa alwey dree mv ehlMen
well sod Uaufuliy, beoauat I ante. .
self one great expense. ' that of -l.in
htm out to be made, si I have within
Meek Uh " practical lnttruoliona,
that it it a delight to connive and r.m,.
myaelf. Thea .'Vm never at a lo
or th boy either.- If m
limiied,'; there I tufa to occur an Idea.
hat helps me make ehean eult aim.
quite jaunty and becoming. There area
hundred end ' one other notions to m.A.i
fleet to a toiler; low to et a.
meot dreaaea apron., sacks jackets, or any
the indispentablea in a well-regulated
wararotie, even to lb uuder-olothii.. t.
to ase all the odd end or .-rt.i.
aaay have. Nothing oan ro to wul. '
wtah yon 'would take pity on me.' said
nu pui men the rlrhl irub .
tlMd Bf nlnnl,!.. J "17 '
'Ullll'-t frl"l tin.
j j..; .: jji'iiU'ii'i
1'iirpo,' Wiib all my heart. I'm afraid
voti have always been Ilk a great many
jther. a penny wit and pound foolish ;
btifcyou have only to enJ thrt dollars,
nd purohaae a year' liibioripiion to
Umoaisr' MoNTutt Maoaims. That is
'hs aid, oonnaeler, and helpmate I've been
telling yeu ef
At ihii junoture Mrs. Brow ehanoed to
klanoeoutof the window. -I've just la
.shed my story in tlrsa aalj ,h. her
vole aubsiding. -There Is Mrs. Walls
looting up the garden path; you 'eliall
have ber own testimony.'
Bonnet and mantle disposed of,', an d
work la hand, the new-comer waa prepar
d for the consultation by aa active re
hersal from Mra. Brown ef a portion of
her own anJ her neighbors rectal die.
court. , Mr W.ll,', entrance hid been
'he eignal lor the reaolv'ng of the itveral
Utile grnuoa of lalkere into a general
eoavertatlon, .Not a few listened anxious
ly tor her eentonee ojoa Mr. Browa'a
I ana quite prepared it Indorse all I
"I yeelerday, returned the at it con.
fusion, tminngly turveying her audit
r, -and l can even . mi mn iu.
Orowa kindly oomplimea'ed me yesterday
upon the arrangemeota of mv tahu mil
more than ene of yoa praised the trifles
iu in way or paetry and other refresh
ment I 'contributed to the refreshment
table or our last year' fair. The house-
hold department of th Mao aims was
my guide; It is especially devoted lo items
of interest to housekeeper. . You have
aeen uoh practical Illustrations otlhe
value of its variouf reeelpti, that I need
searoely dwell upon It. i . . -..
. 'Where did yeu leara of the exlitenoe
o your oraoier questioned Mra. Hart.
read of It In the village paper.'
Oh, we don't lake that.'
aottake the Mayvllle Time ? I'm
aurpriaed. Why, if, to every one' In.
uresi to lax the local paper. Yoa get
your money worth over and over. I
anouia a iter be out of the world a lo
b without news. My husband says he
" mum oy mem aa i do by ray
Demoreefe Monthly. That mutt have
oren toe reason why Mr. Well done to
mucn belter by hi grain and hay than
Mr. Hart. You tee he Sad the alvantog
of knowing how to sell, and wbea aod
wnere ie and a good customer, and all
nit mrougn tue paper, while neighbor
...... t.uu luouga n ouit as shrewd
at bargaining had to trust to luck after
ill. Mr. Well ay h 11 ads so many
rusiea bi use to mm about gardening
and men mere are the quotations from
iae ony marxei. tl won't do to trust to
hearsay. You want a reliahla aoum fa
sucd lurormeooa W wa'ch the paper.
and are generally -lust about right for a
good sal. Just niaka trial aflL .n, ir
yon ton t eonrest that wonder how yen
ver did without it, I'll p. the eo.t of
juur auoanriiiion. , ,
Bsfort any one could reply there was a
(light iiir at the doorway, and the next
moment a ofaorua of voioas weloomed the
goou enepnerj or the Mayaville flook
among hie people - .
'What have yon there?' (aid Jennie Kip
the pet and belle par aetUtnu of the'
villege, aa, after the greeting were over
th revereaa gentlemen at down bfore
ih table and beran divailn .-..m
packet be had carried et ita warpping.
oouieining mat t taaoied might be of
use man mieresi to yoa ladiea In ih.
aaanoe of your good work : Dm istNT'a
iuauAiina.- Thar wa a ranirf
nlerohang of glanoea amonw ih. .
I thought yon d'snnrd r ii.m
reading,' ventured Mia Kip, miaohievou.
'So I Jo, except When, like the 1
department of thii Magailne, it - i in
atruotiv. entertaining, and ealoulated
to exert a irong moral Influence over
our mind. Thl monthly 1 a great fa
vorit at the parsonage I am a regular
luoacrioer, ror l scarcely think we could
do without it. Whet I nreanmarl ml.hi K.
or special service now, wa tbi depart
ment of fashions, about whioh I know but
Utile, but which mv wife am
eeotalna the moat valuable auggeetiooe
respecting wearing apparel.'
-ail ave juat been testifying to that be
fore you oame In.' remarked Mre. Well.
'And I remember a. recommendation from
friend ef mine is Greenfield. Her
husband Is a builder, and the writes me
he ia leading the Arahitaotural ' n.n..i.
of the Magaiine. He eontidera tbia fea.
jure alone renders It valuable, because
ite plana and dlxgaam are gooi and
adaptable. My children hail It appeae.
sac quite at gladly a I do. I read elouil
to Ibem from It literary portioe. heaui
find it reneral ton A n rival saetil U
fling. ! I think it a desirable addition to
every household io MayHllle, : ......
Andl,' chimd io th mlnlater. 'My
boys and girl tak iiiecial dellsht In thu
engravmge ' it net tnoulcaled a taste lor
art among mem. I think Ite refining in
uuanoe, ine variety it combine, and Its
neat area, reader itan ornament for any
riiv. muiv m. buv yutag. . t .
'Any one ef its peculiar! tl iu full-'
ei(,d pauer. ila braid and embroidery
beet, or twelve, excellent sheets of mu
siq i worth far more than tbeooet of a
year a enbaorlptlou,' tuggotcd Mr. Wella
'Aud besides all this." each ahaarih. H
eelves a valuable p-wm an.'
'I ; ehalt, , mbicrilWj', xolInied Mra
Browa. - .--.' ' - .1
'"'Andl,' aald her' neighbor.", :' . " ;.
in words Were echoed fro) aU
the room. . ... . ,
'iti.1 - ... . . . . j
noy not mate np a emb,' , suggested
g,ive your eraare t airs
5Uf. . , i' ..a.-.-.'.
I should like that very mach,' returned
the latter. , 'I will tell you why, frankly
aero are great Inducement nff,..! .
purpoae. ror twenty subeoriptlone
inr uouar each, . whil every i (ndi-
viiuai reoeivee a nreminm I
come into por session of a Family Sxwiia
wAoMa. . Suoh a ireaiurel'
'Yoa are quite deserving of tucfi a prlie
the first to establish th merit of th
Magnxloe her, said eeveral. ., In a few
hon week. Mr. Well' litting room
boaated of a tewing machine, aad each
member of the club a copy the asace
list. !.... . . ,; . ,, I ... :
'How do you like R how do yoa like
aaked ths varloua Mavavill.it.. .
they met after , thi Important event
baa all the virtue elaltred for it.1 Th
faabioa gos.lp ottVrl reallr new and
cptable Ideaa becaua they emaaate from
aotuat depel r Ihe - metripolitan
modes, and are not a ri vised and garb
over rehash of old sty iae. Il la, i
truth, an , actual -mirror ef fathioas"
Soon io mid all Mavivitle, except Mia
hitherto been quite uooeeoful la
palming off her aatioualed atvlea If no.
villagers, aud whs now fonud htt
eoonpatlua gon. f ' . '
-What 1 ., I do?' .,.,4 wrlD,-.
hand la d eplr. to - ..u'
"Jua'a olub, . . .. .
- ""J. you tan Ilex 9-
A- 1 . , L.
be likely ,o iai MrreitUns to & '
;v il '.'
111. VW ,!-'
juneutoi your Utmm ly I moat a
wayd in a.y own ease, ili.i Smith you
had ballet think of it.' "
The result of this counsel wan 'hat Mi.s
Smith teot in her mbicrlptlo.
Early One bright Monday ta -rniog the
(oou peopie oi .iiaysvme reraai '.;J that
a marvelou ohange had come of the ne
nllltntry ant dreso making ritahliah
mint they had of lotj almoat iorJ
. r, t .....
now oeauiiniuy you have luted u
Mis Smith,' said her friend who hud bee
invited to lake a look within.
'I ve etarled anew aea branch of Ifrr
uxMoaisT'e fcuroainn or Pash!oks, the
headquerter of liiaoeasT'a M iitiilt
I m very thankrul to yoa for es. ationiog
the Magailne te me, for you a it baa
helped me out of mv trouble.'
'How dU you prosper?' aske-1 Ihe lame
friend tome time later in t' month
dropping in' lo tee if Mill Sn.n 's honet
I Ik IT.- 4
uau Qben reausea.
'Oh. I ntver did io well I V. y, I can
work with to muoh catiifactlnn n myse
ene everyone. of my ouloui--r and
have eucb a variety of benuilful it.l.
aai even tne laais rrom lb cl y, board
ing hereabouts, find all they reaulra-'
. Tim flitted twiltly by, end agaia the
aewing oirate nad met at widow Maya.
what a vaat improvement there baa
bean la onr village atnoe we have taken
Diitoa.tit'1 M intuit!' exclalsed Mr.
urown, auriug a pause la the convoca
tion. 'Mrs. 11 art, did you take Mr
Wella't tdvloe and tubeoribe -far the vil
Yee, end Immt lay, it waa hill aa the
i, . .
sai'i iur. naii anal say resolved nev
er to do without it egain. lie iihink It
lv him a great deal more than hie
talk notion of economy evtr did.'
'That ie my opinion of the maraitne.
names we are certainly all brighter.
and better, and happier, aid witer
through il influence. It ie the general
remark- There is now one thing .-for
whioh I have a great ambition. That is
to make np a club large enough lo get, at
premium, aa organ lor the church,
have already set about it by applying to
tome of my friends. I find I have only
to thow a copy of the Monthly toeonvinor
them of II merit. ' It epeaka forfteelf,
and they have been eo enthnsiastio In
their appreciation aa to aet their names
down npoa my Hat immediately.. Wi
any of you aid me?' .
K'ery voice chimed assent. As women
aiwayi de when they have a pet object
"'"""I tney went to work with will
and energy, and found their task ao aaa.
Ibat In a few daye the entire subscription
wai no ite journey to the Publisher of
ukmoisst s Moxihlt, He. 838 Broadway
A Vl aVe
Ths but Indiana Legiilature will oen
tain five gentlemen by th name ef John
aob, two Kobinrono. three William, two
8milhi, two Wiltons and two Hamilton
. Ir this country, as Mr..L nooln watin
th habit of laying, conld not ixitl, "half
(lav and half free," I it any mere like
ly to exist with half ef ita people rule
by the ballot, and the other half by (he
bayonet? - ' . ' ,
At a ilored party Sambo asked Dinah
If he should help bar to some breast
'Now, ain't you 'shamed, 8aabo, to aay
breaat before the ladiea? I'll let a piece
ob do turkey bosom.'
A am aonx eat a long tim very at
tentive, muting upon a nana bottom chair.
At length he said: -I wander what fellow
took the troob' to find all Inera ar holes
and put them straw around 'em.
'What a beautiful plaoe Jlcaven It I
aid a little boy not four year old. "Why
ao you think o7 ' laid hi mother. "Be
cause, taid he, pointing to the atari, "th
nail of Ihe floor ar ro beautiful."
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PUS riUK-Snhaeribere should prepay by the
quarter at heolrlce of delivery. The PffTAit lo
aaypartofrhe United olateii ia TWO CENTHa
number, This rate onlv aoiilieLn.urr.nft mK.
.riotiom., fat bauk BU mlMra- Ibe postage ie
PRKMlUMS TO NEW 8UBSCRIBEH8.
Kew aubaoiibe a to any two of th above or.
odioala for Hint will be entitled to receive, gratia,
any one of Ihe four Reviewa for lstis. New aul
nrlbera lo all five 01 the Periodinala for mt mav
raoeive, gratis, Blackwood or any two ef the tour
Kcyiewalariso. rtuiMori ra mar, hyapulrinr
nary. 1603. lo Bei.... iaiia. and nl m.,.liw-w,i-
asine from Jan.. lmm. to Ilwu-. lsiiM. al h .if it.;
eurrentauhauription prioe. , ,
av-Nnther premium toauhaortbera, nor di
eount to olilbs, uor reduced price, for Iwck
uMii.ufnB, uaii uv.iiowea, unieaa tne money ia
minted direct to the PuMubsra. Ko uri.iin,.
.Xm Leonard Soott Pub'g. CO.
; , lw, FOIiTi N STUEET, hi. Y .
Th ri.'?, PUBLiaiilMa CO. also publish the
FARMTlR'f? Omni!, v .
Mtaar rTuruaaa, of Edinburgh, and the late
P. N .aroa, of Yale Coilewe. a vol... H...I
Oi'lavo, 1WHI pnat'i. aad oumeroua engraTisga.
Price 17 (01 the two vole. by mail, ii pd
w ...... ....
C0BXEB MAIN AP D BTBEETS,
18 the eheapwrt and beat pley for yoini,
'. 'f . 33isri4LrViTsiii,
Attd.Mil collateral brauche taught In the most
Thorough and Complete manner.
Snd forspaclmensof vyrlttne and Coll Mre
Reiater, glvlnii further Inforrantlon, wtth
toDlimoiilola from Buainn ilea, Uook-keu-td,
Toaoher, Ae. Addrane
VttVvu','i rniinnai.1 -,
, ir iioncsvlilo, Ohio;
' il.-.. .l- .1-'. -i i ' '
t . U -r - -41 31 : " ' " '
i IkXi :'i :-4lewv yL-llwl'l.-.-. .: n) .' J.l.
ANY person avndlnxual". ivnta and one red
Slump, wuu a tintype anil thlriulilrM'pluln
ly written, will rocuive liy return mull theli
type braiuilfiilly act In n elcaont pin, and
one of our Manic Hllver Fountain Pens, holding-
Ink to write IM llnna at one dip. Any
poraon Hendinitua SI and tlntynm will re
col v S tlntyp-pln and 6 Fiinntulu Pent end
a luwutlful writing awe, aucb aa ordloarlly
euui ui- ao. Auurupi
R. H. YOUN( 4 CO..
Dec. 21 -3m ' 119 CliamlMraKt,, Boaton, Muaa.
THE STATE OF OHIO
' FOR -''
TIIH THA.-JR 1869.
ORDERED, That th Ciatrlot Court and
Coarta of Common Plea, tar lb yea
1S6S, In and for the eleventh Judicial Die
trlet of the State of Ohio, sbML commence
at the Time ollowing, to-wlti
In Washington county, Thursday,
In Meigs county, Monday, April 12
In Gallia county, Thursday, April
vl5. . -.
In Lawrence county.Monday, Arpil
In Scioto county, Thursday, April
In Pike county, Monday, April 2G.
In Perry county, Tuesday, August
31. . .:
In Fairfield county, Thursday, Sep
In Hocking county, Monday, 8ep
In Athens county, Thursday, Sep
temner 9. .
Iu Vinton county, Monday,' Sep
In Jackson county, Thursday, Sep
tember lb. , v
In Perry county, Tuosdny, Februa
. ry 9; Tuesday, May 11; Tuesday
In Fuirfleld county, Monday, Feb
1 ruary 22;-Monday, Way Z.4j Alon
day, October lo.
In Hockinz county, Monday. March
i j, uionutiy, tint it, juuuuay,
Xtovember 8. .
In Pike county, Monday, February
i; iuesaay, Apru il; Aionaay,
In Lawrence county, Tuesday, Feb
ruary ); Tuesday, May 4; 1 ces
day, September 28.
In Scioto county, Monday. March
8; .Monday, May 31; Monday, Uo
tober 23. - r
In Jackson county, Monday, March
1; Monday, May 24; Monday,
In Vinton county, Monday, March
to; Monday, jane 21; Monday,
third arn-TTviBir. - ' '
In Washington county, Tuesday,
.February 2; Tuesday, April 27;
luesaay, isoDtemher 21.
In Athens county, Tuosday, Febru
ary zdrJM.onaay, May 17; Monday,
uctooer iu:. ...
In Gallia county, Monday, Aarch
; Tuesday,, Jfay 25; Juonday,
.wovemDer l. ' , t .
in 3feir county, Jfdnday, -Sfarch
22; Jonday, Joo 7;,; Jlbnday,
ovviuuvr lil. -; ... f - ';,-.... ,i
w Tmr.wi.wy urw-WA. nr. 1 v
? ?2iuoar hn V" wtn dF October, A.
ERA8T178 A. ntTTHRIE. . i - - i
SILAS H. WRKJHT, I
WILLIAM R. LOOMIB.. VJudeee.
ir a nriM rn aim
JOHN P. fLYLEl,
fu "TATHorOHrn VnmMritnm mm. i
I. QEORUK LANTZ. Clerk of the 'court ef
voinraon iwaa. in nna ror. aald County, do
soreiuy cith i y mat tne lorexiiing I truly ta
ken mid copied f 10:11 Die original order on
nle In my ofTtm.
STfrvrs . WliNEHfl my hand and th sent
prVWfc , Jf nld Court. at McArthor, thl
J TlH, .t. IV 1- . ,'n.o
i -, ....'., .fi miliar, im&.
! 1 ,1 - GEORGE XANTZ, Clerk.
yAXUABIB , .
r'AEM bB 'SALB I
A flrst-claaa ftirm nriM Imm. 19a ammmm-
aerattood tat of cultivation; 75 Acre of
k bottom, moatly In meadow; toeereaiof
in ucuuu or aeooaa Dot torn et In graaa; a
gOOd ;. i'. ii .-i i .,. . . ". ' ,
Orchid of 100 bearing Apple Treei,
p?tf? frnl.ti Jfnod frame Rouaeand Barn;
TOltableout-bulIVimKs stood well of water In
the diKry;rd.Sltuat4mllee from Rayavlllo,
on the M.AC. Railroad; Smile waat.of All,
n-1? 'he??' RondlmKjInetoChllllcothei
' .- iur a --urover a Bland. A eood
siret crewtt running through the land, and an
uiiy in nnnen L,v e. the luvnnnnt. mr it.
B. -hlvel, MoArthur. O. . T .
yAXVABUB FARM FOB, BALE.
The nnderslnned, ddring to retire front the
more active dutlm of llfeTofreni ftir sale Me
valuable farm. .It.ml. I 11. u..n.
MarlalU Si Clndnnatl Rallroa, "th " Karriirfa
Townaltln Vinton .-nunty, (hlo. on the Hiatl
rv siiT.uU .nilllcothe, & from
iy" 1 - 560 anree-ahout 900 an
nflu . -".-"i. w nt rrm m meftuow, anu rao
hn. -"tt"" 'and; two comfortable) dwel-
Jd atalilea; two nl.w orolianla; the beat oftlm
oorand water. The farm can b divided inte
two prtj will he ao!d Iu aeperat pan or te.
eetlier. A small farm, or weniern laiutaja-
town property, oan be taken in exchance,
I or parUcuUm. cnll on or addreaa ., . -.. ,
, f. .''v,. BOWEM, MoArthnr, O ., .
, ' Or A. G. EI4JOrTton Ui presnlMe
JJOOK OF WA1TJTPU!.
A arreat rhyalolowlcal work. Nolan edvr-.
uaninent - of aome WiUir'a medMnea, but a
book of "private tnformntlon" for Married
People, or those contemplating marrlairo on
aniiJccMwIUi which all .honld be ftuilll'ia"
When yon on poaaeaa oopy of thla valii.
r,'.e:,.rk l"a ,not without It ft-r tw 'ice
u': f'"nPl!te table of contend, dl!
orlptlveclmilariind prtw. aend two S cent
-. Ii-ir- js a-.-ti v-e fi .-v i'r.".. ;
i II iiiiiirfflwa1 Cailaai nail
'iVawWvkwW, ::bbwSbw j
rawwa mpm S
of tub , ;
-. United States of America,
WAaHixorow, a. e.
chakteied dy bveciau
act of congress, '.
Approved ' Jul 25, 1868.
PAID IS FULL. '
rtatrr WATIgSAI ll'i nn'inin,, irr.',
Where the ceneral bnalnean of the Com"'y .
1 tmnaacteit, and to wli.'cli all gonoraJ eorrei
pondeuceihould be add.-oaaed.
CLAUESCR H. CI-ARK, Preldent.'
JAV COOKE, Chairman,' Financ and
Eieeutiv Commit te, -HEvRN
D. COOKR, Vice-President.
EM EE AON W.PEEr, 8eoretary and Act.
' narv. ;
Tltla company, National In Itacharnrter. of
fera, hy reiw .n of Ite Inritn oaplll. low rati-Jl
of premium and new table, the most ilealra
blemflantof Insuring llfeyvt offored to the
Tliorateeof premlnm. belnit laruxly reduc
ed, aro mule aa fnvoralile to the lnaumra ni
thoao of the-.beat mntnal coinpauii., nnd
avoid all tlie winipllcntlona and umwrurlntlea
of Notna, Ulvldemla and the niiaunderxtnnd
tn which the latter are so apt tocuuee the
8verl now and attractive tablet aro now
presented which onlv to tie understood to
prove acceptable to tlie public, aiich m the
ac-ix-ranjiticiaa ni.irr nnd artiv mantra
MLtcv. In the former, tlnr poltcy-hiddnr not
only aoRurea a life Inanninee, p.ivnhlfl at
dmith, but will receive, If livtuit.alW aperlod
of a few yearn, an annual In -oino eqiml to
ten percent-, of Ihe par ot hi p-'lli-y. In Ihe
Uttnr. the connmnv lurrAcn to return to rliA
aiatircd the total umnuntnf inoui'v ha hua
paid in, la addtUou t-the amount of his p .
The attontlon of person contorirSrtlne Ir
aurt 'g their Uvea or Incrpaalne Mie'iiN-iunl of
mauranoe tney already nnvu, laiKUie I to the
apeclid aWanta;i oirered by the National
Life loan ranee Company.. ,
Circular, Pamphlet and ftill pnMcular
tlvenon app leat loo to the Brancu 'office of
th Conipiinv, or to
JrtHN'W. EMiKAOO , " '
Cincinnati, Ohio, OeerHl AsenU for Ohio aed
Central and Southern Indiana.
23. 1: HAWK, - -
Special Agent for Vinton County,
Would ..antriitl vlnfnr . Ih. n II ... . itvi...
and other eouotte Hut iVey have, at tbalr
irasSKTe'Oa Kll HrtUst Tie lUrtLof,
, , thfvarjbaalrariatitae ,
OHAPB VINES,, '. : '. V
s APPLE TREES, : '
PEACH TREEsi,' , ' ';'X
' .0CE THE8,. '
. , peati trees, ,::.:;
irarrclatlonrtock true to narmmwii ,
at Inwmdcea aeoan be oUaine.1 rnva her, and
invite all peranne to call and examine it. . ,
Any leitfr addrenaril to ua, aa to priceaer va.'
netiea, will he prompt! nnynwered. .
Webster'a Unabridged Dictionary.'
10,0000 Wo'd and Moaning not In other 1
, . vieuoiutritex . , ,
VF.MM 1 ..h. m 1
ih:.h.,.- t"".T:v"." nnncn tatn .
V , i . n . viionary wh rh ar .
iU.l.rKrn.dif1'hf"1""-"1 for,n "vp-weSf iVn m '
aaihialaat wditinn-of Wohaeer does that of '"
ntun and epobca En,tl.h toneue.H I Har "J'
itagaiw. . , , , , . , , ' T fere.
The a-wfc i. marvelou pecirnwi oft' ,
la anA I i. i-i J.. . " ' .fttn.
..ui .nun i.oor. ne ptstao. .
beews we believe it deserve b- bwttl.v?
....,M,,rPlnB airra . i .
Iibrar.ei the Brhh, Shakawiare, "f
nuvoiu'iarie AKvrnin-Joitrr ," wvuaioi .
Th. Mw Hl.l..l -l .... .11. . . .
dfatanoea and dette compel- ptafact it
to ba da rea.W. H. F 'rn it leavea roll:-.
Vaaaar College. . ''Jm,nd, M... Ptcs t'
human kaawiede ' rn,n ' kabie eompeniliritn
vinr. Pr.aid.nt V . Tur B"e.-l W. Is.
iftiA j..- . jJtcfionry. , 7
a j-ea Ann i
ret- .". tereallji, em of a Dictionarj.'lii.t '
w i" the miiHoe.ufAa, Educai;.i.i.i .
ablian'id by C. A O. MERRIAM, Kprlngaold. '
Mat. hoMbyaUUoukaellent.i ;
; ii- :
'''-i .). ,-fJ.A
BBAUTITUI,'; IENrrUEil V
Ua 8tr-.t, - . ZoA OlJ,
Hi.V,.?.Pr',h!WBlh,' 'xnHore Eetnt.Ual,'
mcut of Kaler A Wy koff, aro now nmim- i
(aoluriug to-order Uia most- -
K A If Tif Vt VlENIXUai!,.
j, . r - -v , ,i- ' :
i..V:tha v4Ttotityland0iilh i -1
I ir't ' . ''-'I .-i i'1-.i'. ;r..';
.1 h's..i i i-i ''.'': 1 v ;i )
Finely Finished Bureang;1 V ;; "!
.- uauo boated Chaitf,. ",T '
- " ' '.-"Breakfast TableaL"1
" , ;,',' n4vry; variety ,'of. , ..,...!
' - ; 1- ,f - ' ..4 11: ' i,
rirsWIaes: rrnlttlre,': 0
tally found i'tt Kurnlttity. 'ictal,i:,hirie'mt "
- . Vlli n t Mia r
tyU deau-cd, at" ! a n 0il 1r : -
i . mW
t A .1