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THE VINTON RECORD.
i iMcARTilUR, OHIO, TdUltoiJAy, SEPT. 18C0. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. Ahticle XV.l I. The rijjlit of the diliine of (he United Stuff to rote shall not be denied or abridged by the .. Inlu-U States, or any State, or ao count ol race, color, or previous con dition of servitude. 11. The Congress ahull have povvvr to tilorco thU article by appropriate Irulslation. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, RUTHERFORD R HAYS. KorLieutenaut Governor, JOHN C. LEE. For Siipreuw Court, - LUTUER DAY. T reasurer of State, . SIDNEYS. WARNER Attorney General. MtANCIS B. I'OND. For Member Board of Public Works. RICHARD A. I'ORTER. Tor Senator, HOMER 0. JONES, THOMAS A. WELSH. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, ' " WM. F. HELTON. for Clerk ol Common Pleas Court, JOUN B. KOYER, For Probate Judjte, JOSEPH KALER For Prosecuting Attorney, E. N. BARNH1LL, For Gomnilsslnner, THOMAS JOHNSON. T.A.VD ArPRAlfltllS. Thomas M. Bay, ClinU.n township. Wit. Vandebkodd, Jackson " M. .T. Robinson, Madison H C. Kar.ns, Swan IV i. Mautindalk, Rlchlaud Anpkew M. Gill, Elk " Touord R. Jam to. Brown M, II. Walker. Harrlsou " D. J. Canny. Knok " Thb whole system ot national debt Is wrong In principle, founded in fraud, raised in injustice, ami stia- talned dv trie corrupt ion ot puuiic men. Debt Is the Instrument by which prrt!:it and irresponsible tfoveriiinenu exact from the people ;he mean of carrylnr out their own schemes, to the injury of the Kate, and the Impoverishment of the people. lion. Jtalph Leete, at Ironlon. From Mr. Leete's record as chairman of the finance com mil tee in the House, this , is about what we would expect ol him. Mr. Leete is a -'public ihan,'? is now seeking the Sena lornhip from this district, and lie may know that the State ilebt made by the Democracy last year was "sustained by the corruption of public men lie may know that when he was working through that lit tle 0,700 claim for Mr. Doyle that he was using "an instru ment by which a profligate and irresponsible government ex uded from the people the means of. carrying out their own schemes to the injury of the State," etc. Mr. Leete's ideas of debt will not do for a people who wish their affairs honestly administered, and when he thus publicly announ ces that the treasury was in stituted, aid tax collected, for the purpose of furnishing plun der for the hungry leeches of the successful party, thore'is no' danger that he will be placed in a positon where he can again so liberally diaburse the people's money. v The Democracy are insisting that the laborer pays all ol the national taxes; that the manu facturer pays the tax which is assessed against him, but makes it up by charging an in creased price to the purchaser; that the dealer pays his tax, but collects it again off of the consumer. This is not so in point of fact, but for the Bake of the argument we will admit that it is 60. Then, is not the eanie true in regard to the State taxes? Doesn't the far mer charge more for his pro duce because the State taxes him on his farm?, Doesn't the renter pay a higher rent; be cause the landlord ia .taxed? Doesn't the .manufacturer ,and dealer make up their State tax off of the laborer in the ' same way they make pp their nation al, lax? ( And if . tliis is io why do the Democratic orators and papers of this connty howl and erf about the burden of the $7,950; National tax which the 'collector's books show this ccyjaty pays, while they, have pot pee word to say of the 31,252 collect-ad for. fctato pur poses? " 'H " GEORGE. H. PENDLETON, Manufacturer of CONCENTRATED LIE! Clifton, Ohio. ALA RGE stock now on hand. Send order to Deinocratlo State L'eti Iral Couiniittee. . Order should be tent Immediately a the manufactory la out of repair, and will be torn down on the litli or October. IMPORTANT STATISTICS. How Honesty Works in Collect In ir the ICevouuts. i i Sixty-Four Millions under Johnson and One Uuntirea aim btrtmn Millions under Grant Facts fur the I'eoplt to Study. The Treasury Department make the following eslimate of internal revenue lax collec tions for the ctirreut fiscal year, ending Juue 30th, 1870: From spirit $15,000,000 From tobaeco.clirarisnua' 30.000.000 From Income, & c 3.V0O0.O0O From stamp .. 17X00.000 From all other source -40.000.000 Total fl07.COO.000 We ask voters to notice this list closely, and see from what sources the revenue is raised see if it is a tax on labor or Ilia poor man's property. 01 the ICS millions to be raised, all except 40 millions are to come Irom spirits, tobaccos, in comes and stamps. The 40 mil. lions "all other sources," will come from licenses, billiard ta bles, fine carriages, gold and silver plate, gold walche9, &c. Where, in oil this list, is there a tax upon a man's food, his clothing, his horse, his plow, his cart, or anything else that affords him a living. Yet the above is a complete list of the sources Irora which the inter nal revenue will be derived. If the Democratic idea of di rect taxation ware carried out, every man in unio wouiu nave to pay 2 per cent, on the value of his home, his shop, his tools or his plow, in addition to what he already pays fur Slate pur poses. , And now is the Kepublican party collecting this revenue! Look at the figures. Here are the receipts of Internal Reve nue ; taxes for the periods named, which Bhow how much the honesty and integrity of Grant's Republican Adminis tration is doing for the Gov ernment as against the Demo cratic Administration of Andy Johnson: From March t toBepl.l,'ea......lin2,Wfl,I.V- K From March 1 to Sept. 1, 'CS.... M,&M,lttl 27 Grvln.. ... S,:i7,J07 25 In the matter of stamps alone, look at the difference be tween Grant's honest adminis tration, and the last Demo cratic period : From March 1 to Sept I , 'H......!i.?7t .687 l From March 1 to Sep! I, 'M 7.1ri.ll 71 Crib !.....984.U7i 7 And see, too, the gains in the collections for the lust hall of the fiscal year, ending June 30,1S69, nearly all Republi can, over those of the same period for 1868, when the De mocracy under Johnson ruled and conducted the finances. Here is the table: ' Gain. Loss. On spirits. On tobacco .tl5.2S6.000 On fer. liquors. .. On gross receipts. Ou sale 78. 000 41.000 lGc.000 1.804.000 112 000 8.000 1 36.000 800,000 On income On buuka On passport On gas On stamps... .. On pee i al taxes (not included under spirits). . 205000 177.000 111.000 3S8.000 242,000 On legacies On succession. . . Ou penalties On salaries Totals $22.61 9.000 1,103,000 Deduct losses.... 1.103.000 Total gain..... t21.516.000 Study that table, Democrat and Republican, and judge which is the honest party Jronton Register. Two of the above items of loss are worthy, of special at tention and thought. . The loss on penalties for non-payment of .taxes indicates that the law is being more promptly en forced, . and penalties do not arise so often. ' The apparent loss of $242,000 on salaries really represents a saving to the people: of nearly eleven millions of dollars per year on that item along, tile amount of loss above being the 5 per cent. on salaries which the revenue department collects from all government' fillers.' "There being a loss in the amount collected from officers in the way of this 5 per cent, tax, pf course it represents a corres pondingly small .amount ol cash paid out to. officers. n Nor can there be fraud or mistake on the part of the officers in the payment of this 5 per cent, tax on their salaries, as the reve nue department withholds that amount ' when the officer is paid. t Democratic Hot Shot from a Republican Standpoint. DosYvote for Pendleton and poverty. The dumbocracy and aristo cracy all. support' Pendleton and poverty. Hurrah for Uays I .I'f sdlitos, the bloated bond holder, Hays, the People's candidate. Pesdletok, the bloated bond holder, votes in Congress, to give himself hard money, and then tries to put the people off with "soft solder." You hare to work twenty-five hours a day to pay Pendleton his interest on his gold-bearing bonds, and then get op an lour before day and do your little chores. Bonds. Ton get up at 5:20; work till 7:30, so that Pendleton may get up at 10:40 and draw his gold interest 'on his bonds. Poor man, a vole for Pendleton is a vote for poverty.- Tut Democracy are econom ical. That's the reason they fail to pay the interest on the State debt, and pocketed the cash instead.. No economy about paying your debts, from a Democratic standpoint. Pendleton is a convicted thief, lie hsfs stolen the livery of heaven to serve the devil in, and a more faithful man to his master, wa3 never known. Gecrge II. tried to raise him all through the rebellion. George U. Pendleton, the bloated bondholder, voted in Congress that liii fellow bond holders might draw their pay in gold. R."gs are good enough for Gov Hays and the people, but Pendleton votes himself and the bondholders to be paid in gold. ' The Demociacy are the par ty of economy. Of course, they are. That broken-backed Willkesville bridge, that is ready to tumble down as 60on as the waters raL-e past fording, only cost a. little over $3,700. Everybody knows that's cheap. And it will be so useful, too! Tiik Democracy are very thoughtful in providing for the poor. When the Wilkesville bridge washes away, the poor people who live' along 'Rac coon can catch . the. drift, and use it for ilrewood. It only cost the county a little over S3.700. Farmers, don't vote for Uaytl He is in favor of heavy har vests. You ought to bold him responsible for the big wheat crop and consequent low price of that article. Pendleton says you ought, and what Pendleton don't know, its not Worth any other fool's while to try to' find out. . ,.' In Radical Illinois they have no State debtand for 'two' years there will be no levy of tax for State purposes in Dem ocratic Kentucky the State levy of taxes has been neatly doubled in two ' years. The Democracy are in favor, of economy and .low taxes! Don't you see they are? .Vote the Republican ticket: 1! ' Pendleton is in favor pf high, wages. , A. man offered to ; do George's book keeping for 2 per day, but a man came along who knew nothing' about book keeping and . oflered fo do the same, work for ?4 per . day. George hired the S4 man; and any person who is fool enough to do that will never be elecU ed Governor of Ohio. . The Democracy are In favor of an economical administra tion and, low taxes. That's the reason why they, increased the tax for general purposes ' one- half mill - on - every dollar "ofi property, in the" State. Vote for Pendleton and a Democrat ic Legislature ii you want :an other dose of the same sort. : - ....... i ... I WbRKiseMEN, see what "the Radical,' administration has brought yon toL; The price of breadstuff is reduced one half and your wages0 have been raised about 100 ber cent! You know your wages raise as soon as j, Dreauaiuu raises. j, , four employer ttatch.es the' marc!. ;ets on purposes to see when wheat advances one' cent, and he immediately raiees your wages two cental The Radicals are n favor of large crops. Pendleton Is in favor of no crops at all. Vote for Pendle ton, and then go out on a dung bill and starve.- : '' ' ' ; ' Pexdleton was born, rich and iristocratici 1 That's the .'reason why he sympathizes vitlf, the poor man. -He know what it is to be poor. .He read About it iii the spelling book. Uayi had to dig for bis grub or starve. Q That's . the. reason Hays don't know . anything about poverty. Don't vote for George II. Pendleton, the bloated bond bolder and stockholder in a National Hank. Ihese two classes are sucking up the blood of the working men (see Democratic Enquirer,) and Geo. II. Pendleton is one of the suckers. . Tiik Democracy are in favor of low taxes. In Republican Fayette the tax is 3 1 per head, and free turnpikes; in Demo cratic Vinton it is over $5 per head, with mud roads and bro ken backed bridges. Vote the Republican ticket Tux Democracy in two years have increased the amount of tax collected in the Stuto from SlG.000,000 to $22,000,000- an increase of $6,000,000 intwoyears. Pretty well done for new beginners considering that that'party is in favor of low taxes. Pendleton is in favor of po litical proscription for a cer tain class of poor men, and is therepore opposed to any spe cies of lyrany. Hays is in fa. vor of giving every man in the country the same privileges that he himself enjoys. Hence Hays is a tyrant and an aristo crat. Don't see it, eh? Then you'd better be on hand elec tion day, and vote and work for Hays. If Pendleton is so deeply in terested in the condition of the laboring men why has he never invested some of his great inherited wealth in prolictive industry? No, he keeps his money in bonds, and bank stock.; His immense wealth does not ' give : employment to more than half a dozen men, and not one of them is of the common laboring class. He is rich enough to build factories that would employ thousands of men, but his sympathy for the "greasy mechanic" all ruus to wind. r Vote for Hayes. . The Fifteenth Amendment. The Democratic Enquirer has published column after col umn about the filteenth amend ment,: and they have made special appeals to naturalized citizens to use, their efforts to defeat it. - In" order to accom plish their end they carefully avoid relerence to any person who is affected by this amend ment 8a ve the negro. It does not tell its readers that Use cures all .classes of citizens, and especially our naturalized citizens, from all such efforts to disfranchise them as, were made by Ihe'.'.Know. Nothing party but a short time a go. It does not tell 'them that in the Slat of Rhode Island the right of the naturalized citizen to vote it, ,&W and abridged on account . or race, ana , inai it was only the love for this an cient prejudice that prevented the ratification of the amend men,t by ",that State. ' ' i. We, believe,, the , fifteenth amendment will be ratified by a sufficient number' of States whether Ohio"'will or no, but the naturalized 'cilizen 'should be the last person in the world to lay one straw in the way. of its triumph'; for it places in our lundameritar law the sol emn' pledge that no party shall oppress any .ciiuen nauve or foreign, i -:;;VJ .!: ..... . ..... f, . . There was great excitement on ,iWaH..i street, jjast week among the. New York gold gamblers. '. The sales amounted to'J i'vio6.obd,obb. At 1 on rume it sold at $1.65, but fell to i&L" A number of failures are jreperted. ' ? ' - Tux Enquirer seems to fear that some Democrat will vote for H. C. Jones because he is a clever gentleman, a fine lawyer and an honest man. Capt. Jones was horn in Mc Arthur, and has to day more businesss ax a lawyer than all the Democratic attorneys in our county. . He is employed by Democrats and Republicans alike works for the interests of each alike, and the Enquirer wisely concludes that among the sturdy, honest Democracy of Vinton there may be some who buying found Jones scru pulously honest in all his trans actions, and well advised in all matters he undertakes, may prefer him to some person of whom they know nothing. We shouldn't wonder. In Numbers there Is safety, It was upon this principle that the formula ol Judson's Blountalu Herb Pills was prepared. It was not the result of one man's knowledge. Dr. J ml son Intending to spend a fortune In ad vertising Ills Pill consulted the most Intelligent and learned .physicians of the agu and the result was the pro duction of a simple but eflkaeeous medicine, the Judson'a Mountain llerb Pills. These pills cure llllliousuess, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint. Indlgesi tlon. Female Irregularities, fcc. They have now been used many years by the Public and thousands of testimo nial bear witness to their virtues. Asa family medicine they are unri valled. Give the Mountain Herb Pills a trial. Sold by nil dealers, sep oet New Advertisements. Bankrupt Sale. . PURSUANT in an nnler ft Ilia iM.tnol Court of h Unite.l Hlif lor thr foul hem I'lalriclorOhioin Hnnkriihlcr. w will m-II to lh hlfkri-l bidder t Ilia olflc of Collin Hrrroii, No, US W.tlnut lreol, C.nciumitl, Ohio, oa SATTJEDAY, 0CT0BEE 23, 1839. Ihc followinK real Htat, lh proprljr of filnr Hrolhrr, Co., vis i llii N. Ii. of the N.B. )i of nn-linn 4, lonm-hip U, mn 19, cootniu Inn47 oS-U'Ontrei anil Ivingin Vinton County, Ohio. TERMS OF SALE CASH. Ili'l. ndilrrnnril to Collins nnd Hrrron j ninil' will b rcTcd. i .TOIIN W. niRntlN, JUS. W. GOl'I'AHK, ptrmbrr!l,lSC!. tj John M. Keen an m Ilstntc. NOTICE liorcl.T given tlixl JmrA f!nn. ning. minixtriiior wlih the will iineie.l, olJ.ilin M. Krriinn. nx-il. hli hli-.l liinn coiintH iinij voiu-liorri for inin-i'lion Hint .i-tile mnit and will im lor nenrlng on Ilia 10111 dii) of October. A. I. IS' . J 0.1 El' It KALER, Trohate hvf,t. tpp 30 J. V. KALER, Cabinet Maker and Joiner, WES r MAIN ST.McARTHUB.OHIO. Between Pearl St.and Boundary Alley. TITIIX ken on hani anil manufacture to If arder all kinila of caliinet ware, eolHn. etc., eheaper than ran iiliiaine'l rle lirra Hperiiil allenrion linen Injmner'a wnrk.aii'l all kia.lanf jiibwnik. il a me a nil I . audi will Kiiarantee .ntillnclion and low price. ep 1 im NOTICE. Sealed Proposals. BALED propoaala will b receitfd at the MAYOR'S OFFICE, MoARTHUR, OHIO, ' From The . 23l Day ot September, 1800, ,;, ;. Until The j . ; 1st Day of October, 1800, fur the letting of a contract for the furnishing of 3,OO0Feet of soundWhiteOak timbers. Said timber to be not lens than 20 fret In length, and to have a equate lace on one l.de of nol I than IS inehea. Siii-h timber to be delivered at itch pliwea in Mi-Arthur, aa innjr lie direutvd between the lei day ofiJetober and h HlriaforNavember.A. I. ISO!. - Bid' will mate the lowest price per loot at whii-h thej will fiirn,h the limber. By Order of Coaicil. ' v WM.MARK.SInj-or.' J. A. KaiToN. Clerk pro tein. lep 23 2w ATS ORIiAWtE Supplementary to an ordi nance, entitled "An Ordi- . nance to provide for the paving of certain Streets of the Incorporated Village of McArthur, Ohio. 1..-Be it ordained ky the Council of the la eorparated Village 6i McArthur, Ohio: That the owner or owners of the lot or lota lying on -the eoulh aide of North atrvet, be tween Waln.it and Market alreeta, aha, I on or before the Drat day of Uelober, A. 1). ISU9, con atruct orcane to he coaa.ructed a good and aulwbMMtal lrie or flag at me patement, tub atiintially curbed, of the widih of fight feet. 8. That thia ordinance ahall take efect and he in force from and after due publication thereof. WILLIAM MAKK, Alteat: Mayer. J A. Putok, Clerk, pro tern. September lu, 1SG9. 2 Affl. 17 f &HOM. ES "-JFORTUNES In the honndleaa Weat and aunny South. It apeaka to the young man of a home and for tune, and him why. where and how lo aeek Hi it tella the capitalist where to inreat; the lalmrer, to Snd (rood wagea; the larmer the heat land; the Merchant, the manubctiirer, the proleaaional man, and the mechanic, ol the great chance oi-ea to thrroj itlellaeveryhody juet what they ought lo know, about the at reanurcea eoJ wonderful progreta In every lrt of thie grant eounlrv. . Kaw. fraah. uitat. mating and popular. aad otbet enterpriaing in. can learn of a luoney-inaking bili-ina. by additming, PKO. r LEtv rVbl.lSU IN(,CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.. oen a lor circular." rnnera. rarmera' aona. ti inoinoall, Ohio, Chicago, 1U. W. Louie, Mo., aropnugaoia. Jiaae. .. . Hiuiuv NOTICE. APPLICATION win be made to the Govern. r of Ohio, for the pardon of Kojai Kulton, eoteaced to the Ohio penitentiary far horae ateahog, tor the term of three yeare at the MareU term, A. D. lWv.ef the Vinton County Common Plea,. W. t. fUl.TON, eepX3M for .oyal fultoa. O.L. Marbeld. - T. V. Marflela. MARFIELD & BRO. Clinton Klills, OHILLIOOTHE, OHIO Having aaeoeiatedthemaelvee la the general Milling andWarebouae Uuaineaa, would eall the attention of lha publbi le their excellent fiu-ilii'ee fur the manufacture of I lour. Hom iny and Corn Meal, and ererthing In the linn . . .. ii 1 1 : 1. j ITIn... ui Mining mieipea. wti ... aun. v. v... alwayaon hand. Higheateaab prtea raid tor Cbillioothe, Ohio. ' may li ly VILKESVILLE ACADEMY! Vilkeirille, Vinton Oonaty , Ohio. THREETERMS Elsvan Wseks Each. rpHE FALL TERM OPENS ' 1st Tuesday of November; WINTER TERM, 31 Tuesday of January; SPRING TKRM, 1st Tuesday of April. TUITION PER TERM. From $3.50 to $7.60 according to Ad vancement of he btudtnt. . Incidental eipenaea Any cent per lerro. Tuiliou and im idenlal expenaea payable a term in adrance. The Normal meihnd of m- -triiction, wha-h eipe-ience baa piuyed aupe- rtor to auy oilier, win ue puraueu. T. M.CUEALLE, Principal, ep 23 IS0 7m John McKeenau's Estate. VT'OTICE la hereby given that Mnry J. Gun. il rin. lale Kxeeulnx of the catnle of John M. Knenan. haa hied her a .-counla for inapec tinn and Anal eeltlemenl, and will be Mr henr ing on the I'.th dBy of Octnber, A . I. 1 SHU. JOaEI'U KALER, rroUte Judge, aep 23 3w Notice of Final Settlement. NOTK'R la hereby given that t. K. Innea, nrvivinir nurtneV of David Jonea, de- i-enred. hna HleiJ hia ai'i-niinta for infection and aelllkmaat, nii 'will be for hearing on the Nth day of Ot-tnlar. A V. isns. JOSKPH KALEK, Piobnte Judge, aep 23 3w Bankrupt Notice. In the District Court of the United htntea, tor the Southern District of Ohio. In Kankriiptcy. In the matter of Application of Henry s. KliiK, u Itaiikrupt, for final Discharge. , , I tlR8UAST loan order nrtLe aaidoonrt to ...J la ..irM IahII lh n.Pil. JL UIP Ml in It M. . U.K o IV (ll.r, -. ti U Ui- f V..lu.bl l. tUm liurp ,.l nrurj a. n.i.K. ttftrpnt. ... county of Vinion, andStateof Uhio, Hunk nipt ite nii.rr-KMi, id mi"iiiii .wiu.r uiri". m; in Merehmfe lil.wk. -Macond aireet. Piirt .i. ii.. un. i. .lui.. a li ir ...i.ii , ,.ii.w . . ... iimi IS!i. lit Id o'uloi'k A.M , mid allow ranae, if nnj llirj iiii.b. nuj ..uwii.iKr p.. ...... (... . umnled "aid Uankinpt. And anid creditura .... I.U..I l.u .... .......... I .,..1 thint re llir.lll'l im.mr', ..n. ...r meelinua of ercdilora fur the purpnars pro- ... i i .... ...i. I n... 1. u.ti... ..C vuien in-me nu .ihi .ii . .-v. m v. ... Hankrrpt l.nw , wilt be held before me at tho am time mid pla'-e. ELIIAU GLOVER. Bcgifter. Sept. 14. 18G0. aep2ast THE PARIS AND LONDON PAPER CLOTHING COMPANY Outfits for Ladies and Gentlemeu. mlTIT nnitemiirned anllld most rcaPCCtfllHy J. inform the pitblio that Hie agency Tor Ilia ulmta iimler leliera nntent crli'tirnled Iiiann. faclured Paper t)ii.t, ia nnlilihed, and foe ii. a pm! ii,,, iiitroiliicrd in the United Rlntca. An ncg tlio vnrimia aeoinpliHhmciita of actem-e n. art, una may ne eou-niereii one oi the greii'ei-t ncluevenienta of thenar., i . 'I I.., ri'iiimn whieh Ihiie (niiida hove nh tninod in Europe lurlbeir exiiiiite elegani-e. tlcxiliiliiy, grenl durnl.ility ami cheiipneaa will at once revoinmtnd tlicin to the American public. ' . . Notice. Ladiea !-No More Washing, No More Ironing, No More Vexationl i The grant inrcntlnn of Taper Clothing which can iitH Iw Ueiei teo irnin nnt-n laiim-a, aim i ..nK.l.uir th nnce r.n ii.r-i Iv i. aid for wiifhinir. It would lie unpoKMlile to io hereall Ilia aiiiinmgia whlcll llieert gonna puerae m an eminent dereo. 'Ilicy inuht be acen to be apprwinleil. Ti. Hunt iiemaml for them . upon the man- ufwturera in Europe, preyi-med t hen ilmi fur, fnuii aeiiilinga Imge anfiply. Thiia tli Brat iiivui.-e I will ihp.i-e ol in mll quanlitiea only, merely to iuiroiluce nud ahow their ""w'lioleaate dea!era will nol be dealt with for the prevent. Ho order will Im tilled for more thin one doxn ol any one urliolo at uue Ii inn to the tamii aiturvaa. . ericb"list. suila. Wnlkiiie. ailh naniercut. each uirt. ii uin while, iter iinarter doxeu 73 Skirta. mil- ruHle. per nimrler doXHii I.uu Hanilarri-liicrH. enilmnMiil handaumely, prlect unilation perdoxen- 3a ColUr. pluiiileii" linan, per doeeii .K t'bei inelta, per quarter dozen w Shirt Knit). a, elcgiim ileaigna, per duxen.. .TA White Veata, four in piu'knge. M' llniidkcn-liich, iicrdnxen....MM I.UU and oilier. Money inual acenmpnny ench order to in aure allenlinn. l-ettcra valliug for iDfonnnlion muat contain a aiamp. In aending money, procure money ordera if poeHible, and ndd ten per cent, for pottage. lAOOhUsj VAN. The Pane and London PaporninthingOiimpnny'a Agent, 3o Circle aireet, corner of Market, ludianapolia, ludinnn. ' aep 23 18C9 3m IB -JlKZEOEUY 1 ;ANI Cracker Manufactory I AM carrying on the above huemeaa at the old aland of O.Hoainan. on Water l reel be tween Pnmt and W tlnut, Chillicothe, Ohio. A Iwaya on hand atwholeaale or retail, 'CAKES Of all Kinds CRACKERS, &C. AIo a ood ttock of Family Orocenee. Ev erything warranted to be as represented. a. it. iiiYiijiii. aprWISoetf ) .'.;,';' ORGANS! i ROBT. THOMPSON, ZALESKI, O., AGENT FOR Geo. Wood . 4 Co.' Parlor and VESTRY ORGANS. O rgans rented bo tiat . the rent Trill pay.fcrr them;) A liberal discount lor cash. . Send fur price tiatal or call at my residence, Rusvell'i Creacent, and examine the Inalru meats for yeurlyea . m f aept 1S6 Im . SIIOCKEY HOUSE 1 J. J. SHOCKEr Proprietor. H.. Corner of Maia and, Locnst Sts., . UcARTHXTH, vO. . HA VI NO purcbaaed aad! thoroughly refitted thia i i : i . 1 1 i j i . ; : i -i 1 1 New and Commodious House, No palna will be k pa red to make gueata feel as eomrortablv aa if at home. Beat ao-oraoda- .i ' , , . k -i- -.1. tiona for board era by day or week 1 .' i i ROOMS NEATLY- FURNISHED, Table provided with the beat the market aflords. hilU8lr FALL" MILLINERY, 1869. DEVOU 4 CO.. Hare ia ateok aad rtll be toaetaotly aupptiea witn air till Novxuiu Id Ute 1D Millinery. Line Orditu frm Dealers aball have (aithful at teotioa. PEVooacoMPA"y, 83.183 Pearl Street, CIXCIXXATI. aep la 1M9 NOTICE TO BOILER OWNERS. Orriei Dura cTl.Ntracroaor Stun RoisVaa.S lllh CoananfioKiL IhTaicr, rortmouih, Ohio, Augiifl St, 18i,9;) Owner of boilers In thiadialrlcl will prepar theirateam boiler wilhin thirtt daya, fnr m iipei iion, by attaching thereto a '-Low Water lndicaier." withwhiatle alarm and a "Locked Hafety Vulva." A penuliy of two hundred dollars attached to eaeh party refuting to comply, Kor the convenience of l-oiler 0 nen, iam plea of "Inilirnlora" and Vulrea run be aeea at the office of tleaara. Murray, Moore A Co.. of thia cily, who are aulhorixed lo put the aame upon boilera. All peraona who have not reported their boilera to me, are liai.la to a penalty ol twenty five dollar. L. V. At-PI FOA'I K, Dep. Inapector BUain lioilera, l.tb Lhalrict. aeplUSw , i : NOTICE. MEETING of the Btackholdera of tho Vinton Kurnwe Afioalt'a, of Ohio, will he held nt Hie oilier of lite Company, at Vinton Furnace, Ohio, on . Wednesday, October 13, 1369, At IS O'clock iff. for the election of Plrectnra, and transaction ol aui-l, other buaincaa aa may be brougnt bcioroit. By order of lha Hoard. WM. UOYDJAC0B3, Pre.'l. Caaa. I'r.xanic'Jr., Sec'y. aepin id Ailmlnl.strntor'H Notice. . N'lTICE ia' hereby given thnt tha nailer ii;ned haa been appninied adminiainil'ir on the eMate of Mitrlha MuVer, late of Vinton county. deceaaeH. 1'nleil at McArlhur, tint J day c f Si-piemlicr, . 1. leti.n. ABKAM MARTIN.' aep 93 Adminiatrntor. Bankrupt Notice. In the District Court of tho United Slates for the South- . cm District of Ohio. In the iM nttcr of the Application of Samuel Nwepston, a Hunk-runt, fur ii final Discharge. PURSUANT to nn order of tha anid Court, to me directed, notice is hereby given to i.l) the i-rcditora id m.iiiih-I HwepMuii, of nlealii, in the Cull illy uf Viiilon and .itnte of (Uiiu, In tippenr hel'nre me, at niv (.Hire in Mi relmnt'a Mock, Rei'nnd Street,, I'lirtumouth, Ohio, ut tlia I Dili dv of tli'tober, A. 1. I8i;tf, at lit oVIoi a A. tf., nnd ahow c:unc, If any tlicv have, why a diM-harge ehntild not ba grantei! anid hunK'rupt. Ami anul en-diloraare fnrllier uolined tlml Ihe aciciiirl and t urd meeting of i-n-diliim, air tho pntpiea pmviiled in tho li'th nml. 28ih aeitiona of I tin Bnnkiupt Law will be held before nte rt the name time and pluee. V hl.hAh UlAjYtlt, Rcgiater. Urplimhcrl), IH If. 3)7 HOOK AlENTi WA.VI'rJO l-'Jit ' MARK TWAIN'S NEW'BOOK, with 234 Engravinge, THE INNOCENTS ABROAD " Or The Xew Pilgrim's- Progn-ss. '21 most readable, enjoyable, luugh- . able, and popular book frinted for years. I'O you uant to make iimni'V fnMer thiui ev er la-luni in yi.iirlifi? Mil thia Hn.ik. .VK volume enld ill New York. City in one di.y. , S,tvu voluinHa primed in ml mm end nuw rendy forngen:a. rend for I'irrulnr ) It. W. Hl.lss :i).,Ti.ledn, ohio.ar MOi TLt'I U.N 4 CO.,Cluuiiiliuli, Ulihi. , aepttlw -ii ' AGEN'tH WA.VIKDl-'OR - Scclrefs of tho CiBcat City '; .! ( t ' i A WORK iWilpllvenf ll.e VI RTVFf. nml ICKM, Hie MYS'I EltlFS. MISKhlEd and Clil.MM of Ni-w York City. 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