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M'ARTHUYINTON COUNTY, OpIO; ; THURSDAY; ' JUSE' I, 18C8.
f J, W. BOWEN, I
I Pibliiaet and Proprietor, J
- i la Advance. J .
J. W. E0WE5I, Editor.
. June 4, 1868.
Ot riCK Second Htnrv E. I). Dodgu's Building,
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no enjiy, flrmis., fl.7'i Onecopy, H iiiiik., 0.-H1
' One copy scut friM to gnlkT-tipol Club of 'iVti.
One sqnnro, I weekjl.iin Oimnquiitf lmn. $2.50.
Yiitriy mlwrtlHviiipiituSliiO per column, and
at proKrtloimto mtm for less Hpnv.
Fob Pbhudknt or" Tim Unitkd htatim,
GEOHP H. PENDLETON,
Bnbjoot to fl.-clslon nriliw Oomoeratlo Na
tional (. (invention.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Beorctury of Slnle,
Thomas Hnbhriril, of Logan.
For Supremo Judge,
. William E. rinok, of retry.
For Member Bonrd rulille Works,
ArUinr Hughes, f Cuyahoga,
Fur Hcliool Oimimlsslonpr,
Samuel J. KlrVwoo J, of Hvneca.
For Clork of Supreme, Court,
John M WeVb, of Mahoning.
Y6. are happy to nunounco to
our readers' that Inipoaelimont is
DEAD tho High Court of Im
jioacliuiout haa adjourned forever!
On Tuesday, May 20, 1S(18, tho
.High Court met. pursuant to ad
journment, and took a vote on tho
2'1 and 3d Articles of Impcneliiiiont
tho vote resulting as tlio voto on
tiievlUh Article taken a few days
" before 35 fur convittkm and 10 for
acquittal scvcn Radical Senators
voting for acquittal, Now, Ends.,
you soo that' Andrew Johnson, whom
' yari elected President, has been ac
quitted, while- you'nro disgraced.
- lie is froo. There was no case
ugainst him and every sano man in
our. land well know it. ,. Tho mana
gers of tliis wicked and spiteful
.-business, aro themselves, convicted
otv'dejiberalc falsehood. Tho Kadi-
; 'caT party -. havd. proven to the peo
plo that tliey aro incapable of prop
orly'.'. adininisl.uring tho affairs of
;tho Government. This foolish trial
lias unsettled everything, and ad-
, led to tho oxponso of tho Govern
ment moro than a million and a
Kali" of dollar, which the poor
r laborers - will huvo to pay. VVYhat
do these Rails., intend to do ' now,
we wonder? Some of them, before
tho voto was taken, said: 'Ii'Jt.hn
eon i's not convicted I will not vote
any moro." AVc hopo they may
keep that promise.
Johnson is free I Impeachment is
dead I Tho Court adjoin n ad forever !
Jlads look bad I Glory! The in
terests of tho country will suffer no
longer! Democrats t;nd lovers of
your country, go to work once more!
Wo shall have bettor times!
What Should be Done First.
Ho a copy of a
neatly printed paper entitled The
Revolution, which is published in
Jt'cw York City. Elizabeth Cody
- Stanton and Parker Pill.sbury, Ed
itors; and Susan B.Anthony, Pro
prietor a splendid trio. Wo never
read of a better team hitched up.
j.ne Mevoiunom well, tnat is a
very appropriate name for a news
paper wlnlo controlled by three
"people" of that "kind." If the
hoop skirts, tho ehoraises, tho stock
ings, tho "African intelligence," the
pcUicoats, tho old night gowns, in
this country, and even all of Mrs.
Lincoln's "old rofused duds" do not
get rcvolutionucda completo airing
then tho world may say that well
known trio is ono of the many
failures. But after all, wo findsome
good things in The Jlevohtion
etubbovn facts coming, too, from" a
source that tho whining, excited,
uneasy, fretful and spiteful. RadU
cals, who. aro now looking at the
"hand writing upon tho wall," can
not and daro'not deny. In an arli
clo discussing "tho monetary sys
tem," The Revolution says :
Thejfrj Ihing to be done ip, to petition
Congress demanding the repeal of tlie
shoddy banking gj-stera, tail-called Na
tional, and the adoption of a jnet and truf
monetary (jstem that will gite to labor
its just reward. If the representatives ol
the people hare an; doubts as to which
system the soldiers and wealth produoiog
classes prefer, as!c them to submit the
' question to the decision of the people al
the ballot box J thii they cannot rofuse, it
they mean to represent ihe people at all
But above all, we should not fail to de
mand of Congress Justice for the soldiers
and their families, widowl and orphans
Wa should positively refuse all bank notes,
no matter what eyatrm they art isucd
under, and insist upon legal lender Treas
ury notes (Oreenbueds), in paymont for
serricesanl supplies furnished the Gov
ernment, rroteot against the issue or
tale of Government bonjs bearing greater
interest thaa three per cent, per annum,
or payable in anything but lawful money
of the Unllod States.
Second. Form your lown, oounty and
State organizations lo that intelligent aid
united effort may be made throughout the
whole nation. If you cannot find anion?
the publlo Journals any that wilradvoeate
your rights, diioard the whole of them and
establish otheri that will. Do net fear a
little oost in this mater. JUrasmbsr that
t inpporting tot newijpers is (hi Inter
est and emDlor of bankers and usurpers.
you are paying for your own oppression
The Ohio Statesman thus com
ments upon the above:
It appears to us, that the suggestions ia
Ihe foregoing are about light. It is high
lime something were done for the benefit
of the mass of the peop'e. The people,
however, too frenuenlly allow party pi eju-
dice to warp their judgment to euoh an ex
tent that they will vote to continue in
power a parly, that acts on the theory that
Government should lake oars of the Rich,
of Bankers and Capitalists, and allow the
mass of the people to get along as oesi
they can. All that candidates in the
interest oi this party ha.ve had to do fori
few years past to inture their suocess, wat
to charge upon the opposing candidates
, J i i:,:Al tA.
WHOSO priUVipit-B mu I iuuill.1 vicna .dib
the ones calculated to promote the inter
vals of tbe masses, that they wore Cop
Derhcads and Rebel sympathizers. The
result is, that under such charges the peo
pie have voted into ana kept in power tne
moat, scoundrelly nnd corrupt parly that
everexlsled; and thi party have put in
nomination Ueneral Urant, Hoping tnat
his military reputation will seduoe the
people into giving another four yean
ease lo the political scoundrels that they
may rob nnd plunder them in the name of
"loyally " If the people want better
times; if tney want ureenbaoks; II tney
want a reform in the abuses of Govern
ment,' if the want a reduotion in the
taxes; it beoomes their duly to vote for
the Democratic Presidential candidate
If, however, they do not want better limes;
if they do not want Greenbacks; if they
want no reform of tho abuies of Govern
ment, but would ralher that they should
be lncieaed; if (hey want no reduction
of taxation ; all they have got to do is lo
vote for General Grant,
A distrusted soldier writes to complain
that the Mongrels who were so full of
love for tho "boys in blue," while the war
was going on, ere now utterly regardless
of all their promises. Ihe reason is. Hint
the Mongrel love for the '-boys In bluo
has been transferred to the boyt tn Hack.
Aew lor It Day Look.
A largo majority of tho soldiors
of Vinton and other counties', in
this State vow begin to understand
that tho Iti.dicals lovo them only to
get their votos to mako tho bond
holders rich and the soldiers and
soldiers widows and tho orphans
poorer. And in order to compel the
soldiers to voto in that way they
have gotten up an organization',
which has been denounced by the
ICew York Tribune as a disgrace to
our country, known as tho "Grand
Army of the ' Republic." Wo ad
viso to soldiers to bo careful keep
out of such treasonable organiza
tions, and then there will , bo no
trouble. Let tho Radicals- love tho
African soldiers if they wish too.' -
Did not Think Perjury Would Hurt
When the lcador of the Republi
can part3 Loldly, on the floor of
"Congress, says that he don't tlnnk
it would hurt Senators to perjure
themselves, it is about time! that
peoplo who have any-'self-respect
and any reverence for religion,
should cut loose from tho party.
This transpired Vol ween Represen
tative Ross and Thaddous Stevens
in a debate in tho houso on Monday
week : '
Mr. Ross I nsk Ihe gen'l-jman from
Pennsylvania whether, in hii opinion.
Senalors wou'd l e justified in perjuring
themselves for tl.e purpose of proouiing
conviction or tne rresiuent f ,
Mr. Stevens Well, sir, I do not think it
would I urt them.
Let every religious and consci
entious Republican real this and
blush that his party js under such
leadership. .So long as this man
Stevens is tholoaner and dictator of
tho party, ncvor let thein claim that
their . party is tho doconcy, the
moral and tho religious party of the
country. "' !
Wg are glad lo receive the assurance of
the Columbus (Ga.) EnquWer that "a ma
jority of. Ihe electoral vole of the ten
Slates, now uodergo'rg reconstruction
oan be given against General Grant, and
In favor of the nominee of the New fork
Convention." If I his assurance is sus tained,
and the while people of the South
we know can do it, the Democratic suooess
this fall is no longer problematical, but is
an absolute certainty.
Chase Blamed fob all the Mis
chief. Tho following is from the
Now York Tribuno's Washington
dispatches : ' , . ' . f
"Radical Republicans hero nrb
almost unanimous in considering
Chief Justice Chase in a crea't do-
greo responsible for the defection of
Itepublican Senators, and he is gen
erally regarded as an enemy of im
peachment. Tho towu is filled with
rumors concerning his rocont inter
views with Fescuden, Fowler, An
thony and others, and these are as
generally current with mombors of
Congress as with the outside pub
lic. Whatever may be the truth,
the facts are that tho Republicans
generally denounco Mr. Chase and
the Democrats gonerally defend
him. JJut staunch 1 Republicans
doclare that ti me will justify his
his course, and that, his personal
enemies are taking advantage of
his official position, which compels
him to be silent." - - v -j,
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Call in and eubscribo for this
paper. . ,
nation of siitst 3banxv' , f: c
' .v -!;v;ys 7li"'r;-,-7
The Revolution on Grant.
Tho Revolution, referring to the
likelihood of Gorioral Chant's nom
ination by the Chicago Convention,
says: ' '; ; " ' -
1 It is now propored to notoinite Grant
at Chicago. A man to govern this nation
in the raoit oritlcal period of Its history,
who cannot govern his own appetites. Wt
have enough drunkenness and sensualism
in high plaoes already. If we- would ex
alt Ihe moral tone of this nation, let our
young men, just eoming oa the stage of
aetion, see that vice sad ani neakness
disqualifies a man for the highest honors
of the American people. The - President
of Ihe United States, the represent alive
of the best govern nt among nations.
shoull not be an objeot of distrust and
derision at home and abroad, but the peer-
lees ruler among all the potentates of
Poor old Pen Wade was slaugh
tered at Chicago by his own politi
cal friends. lie expected to be
rresidont if Johnson was found
guilty ; and he was moro than sure
of being nominated for Vico Presi
dent. Ho was tho great impaachor
and has been impeached. Poor old
sinner! He's Ben Wade and found
wanting - -;
Six hundred years of British op
pression have charged Iroland, pre
eminently endowed with kindness,
into tho most venomous and invet
erate hater on the face of the globo.
Ireland hates England, ; her laws,
her inatitutinns, her flags, her prcs
tigo, with a liato that is moro , than
hate, 1 ' . " ::'
llow will it bo with our Iroland ?
Eleven States, which came into the
Union clothed with tho attributes
of, sovereignty, to-day bewail a con
dition a thou -sand fold worse than
tho stricken Isle of tho sham-rock
and suuburst. And still the nicas
uro of Radical wrath and cruelty is
not coinpipleIXijie peoplo in the
coining election confer upon ,it a
furtler lease pt powei it will
- "Pour the sweet milk of Concord into
hell, ; i i i -
. Tproar the universal prsee, onnfound
All unity oil earth, and bani.-ih hope :
I'o ever from (he humun breast."
Will' our Ireland lovo tho hand
that smites,, and kiss tho rod that
bruises and humiliates? Will she
bind garlands around , the brow of
her liaiighty Ucspoiler, and sink tho
conqueror's "To Dcuin laudamus."
with willing . lips, in token of her
shame? Coshocton Democrat.
Plowholders vs. Bondholders.
As an evidence' that the financial
policy of Mr. Punw.f.ton is taking a
strong hold upon the peoplo of New
York, wo clip the following conclu
sion of a leading editorial in tho
Rochester (N. Y.) Union, a pnpor
that has a" larger circulation than
any other Democratic pnpor in the
Empire State. Says tho" Union ! r.
"We are justified, iherefore.'rn the con
clusion that, li e New York Convention of
July 4'h. will bo substantially f unit for
one lazttwn and one currency for all. Upon
this as the main plunk of Ihe platform.
opposcu to tne ncpunnenn ptftn lor li t
perpetuation of nbondhnlding avitocracy,
free from taiatien and pampered with
(.old, and for a lax-ridden people put off
Itn r trs and compelled to support ti
ristocracy by the toil of their hands aud
the sweat of their brows upon Inch a
.platform or eqeal juitiae and equal rights
under a federal in mot i system, we sh ill
march forward to a svr-eping victory that
will give us not only ihe Presidency but
the House of Kepresta'atives in the next
Congress. . .. . . ,. , , ... ,
The . Ohio ; Legislature,-: after. !a
most arduous and prolongod session,
adjourned on Monday, Jlay 18th, at
10 o'clock; The amount ' of .buaU
licss-transacted ; by this Legislature
i.s linprcccdonfcd by , any Legisla
tive., aswem,b)y , prior -to this. ,; A
large number of oppressive, usolcss
and wicked acts had boen -plncod on
tho statutes within ttia last eight
years oy tlio Kcpublican party and
had to lw repealed or greatly modi
fied.. Tho finances' 'of the, State
wero in a fuarful condition, owing
to tho extravagance . and . reckless
legislation, of tho ,lato .Republican
party ; and :had to be overhauled
and corrected.- We believe the
work has beca' well done,- and will
moot the approbation of tho tax
payers Of; tho State State) and
Why? Why; ; not "disband-' tho
standing army?, ..
Why not rcdnco tho expenses of
tho navy to nominal figures? j
Why not lopp off half the. nn
necessary civil exponses of tho gov
ernment?.. ; , ,. - .., --.-, i .. j
-Why. not. cut down the nav of
Congressmen? ,, v ... v . e
Why continue tho costly and use
less Froedmon's Bureau ? " j
- Were Confrresia to nrnetiee rrenn.
ine economy, we might readily dis
pense with nil taxes, except customs,
stamps and excises on liquors and
al .! . wi
wuaccowitiiiom anooting; our na
tional faith or imnairincr our nation-
al credit. - -i' c : a -- " .-.-.il
T ii n Radicals have wasted three
months of the imnortant time of
Congress, and rBppnt hundreds of
mousamis o; mo piiono money,, in
an effiirt to turn ono of tholr high
est ofllco holders out of the place ho
occupies by ' their instrumentality.
Yet m the faco of this, they havo
the impudence t,Q say ;that they are
the only reliable judges of tho prop
er. Kinaioi men to .elevate to tho
head of the govcroincnt! ' l " j
, . : .N' ti'!'!
The Radical Platform.
Wo received the Grant and Colfax
platform to late for extended com
ments this week; Stripped of its
verbiago tho platform is just this;"
Military Reconstruction, -
Freedmon's Rureau,- - : -.
Paymont of Ponds in Gold, and
Non-taxation of Ponds.
Tho othoi provisions of the plat
font are merely so many gull
catches, n i .
In sp'te o? tho cant and doma
gogucism In which tlieso issues are
clothed, they are sufficiently dis
closed forai intelligent peoplo to
grasp with them; and upon these
issues the. people , are ready and
willing to outer tho contest against
tho Radicals for tho rescue and wel
faro of the eoyntry. They aro
ready tind willing to-Jtiy to accept
this challcngo to b'4ttlo upon the
question whether this Government
shall or shall not bo con tin tied as a
more instrument for 6s terting money
from taxpayers for the benefit of
bondholders and negroes.
What It Is, A Radioal exchange, in
ol'ncd to Viientifid disquisitions, asks,
1 What is eleolricity I" We oan answer
all such conundrums, ' Eleclrioity is light
ning, and lightning is what struck ihe
Radical party during tbe late opring elec
tions over the country. It will hit. thera
again in the fall.
Side-show at Chicago.
A hungry squad of offlce-huntcru,
calling themselvos tho Grand Sol
diers' Hud Saildrs' . something-or-other,
met at Chigngo on tho 19th
to give tho Radicals a boost.
They endorsed Can. Grant, which
is not very surprising, as they met
expressly for that purpose.- They
felt that they were suitable persons
to do a littlo dirty work for the
Radical party, and ' accordingly
passed resolutions denouncing tlio
Senators who voted down the iin-
p achnicnt conspiracy". ' '
liogan was tlie biggest toad in the
puddle. ' "; ' " .
, How to Mow and Rkap. Strong S
Gibbons .dealers in Hardware in this
lown, have for sale the; Champion Mewing
and Reaping ; Machinea. The machines
are greatly improved, and are unquestion
ably superior te any other, as it is strong,
and durable. It has been decided to be
the lightest running 'and most perfect
woiking mower and reaper ever offered to
the public. Go ano txrmtne it. ,
Wia tONOscaiTbe greatly strengthen
ed by Che use of White Pine Compound
It If Ihe great remedy for all Tulmonary
Complaints and Kidney Troubles. . I
Fo Fine Perfumery,, go to Sisson's
Drug btore. ,
' Yooso Ladies nnd young gents appear
more oomely to each other's eyes who have
smooth and clear complexions. Nothing
will eradicate pimples and blotches so
surely and safely as Poland's Huraot
n.-i i, , , i ... v.
uucior. ootu ny ail frugg ets. It : is
pleasant to the taste.
School Books for sale at Sisson's 'at
Mrs. Arminda Ca'dwcll, on North Street,
in Hits town, has opened a Millinery
Store and has reoeived a most splenlid
a ook ' of Millinery Goods, suited for the
Spring end Summer season, such as Bon
nets, Hats Ribbons, Flowers, and every
niner aniote kept in a Millinery Store.
The Ladies of MoArthur and vicinity
should give her a call.. She has all Ihe
tnnal iiaai' i-ci hi a 'At. .l. t
trimmings of nil Torieties, made up in thi
Fo Ayer'a Meiioincs, call at Sisson's
Ir our friends will ue preparations fo
restoring groy hair they Bhould use Ihe
best in the market. Our attention has
lately been oalled te en artiole wnlch has
an exieisive sale and a very high repu
lalion, known as Ring'i Vegetable Am,
orosia, and we are Inclined to think that
it possesses more desirable and less objec
tionable qualities than any other in ihe
market. It restores erav or fadprl it-
lis original color in a most remarkable
manner, ana by jti invigorating and sooth
ing properties nmoves all dandruff and
uutnore from the scalp. Give it a fair
ind jrou cannot fail fo like it..-
Mynheer Paul Dietrioh, of Milwankee,
feeling his earthly labernaole, stored with
iruuoies, to Deejpolled, decided, after full
enquiry and investwatinn. in nmnln.
Ayer'e Pills. In his haate to purify his
Dutch stomach, he mistook the direotions,
2 lo 7, and swallowed 27 for a dose. This
oie-ned, or course, an ap-paul-ing intern
al rebellion. But Paul weal, ihmu-h th.
fight like a hero, and oame off viotor at
last, With a renovated system whiob, he
proudly exkiblts as proof of the wisdom
of hie ehoice.1' Ho advises every body lo
take Doot. Ayer'e Pills, but kindly sdviset
his friends who areamhitious of following
hie example, to "pe sure and take dcr
right notion." . . ;
, BucKiTB . -Mowia A!lp RlAPEI Gill 't
Rlohmond, the extensive dealers in Hard
ware, Tinware, to., are Agents for this
Machine, As a cower and harvester this
machine can not be excelled in tbe world,
it doss its work belter than any other
Our farmers .should Bob fall' to get one
Go and see it whether you wait to buy or
not. It ean not be beat. All the Agrloul
tural Sooleties have given it fair trials
and dtcart it to be perfeet in. every res
pect, -j -. , j : : j
Tat It Barrett's Vegetable Hair Re
storative il one ef the finest articles for
toilet use idd yTIl effectually prevent and
cure baldness, grey hair and all diseases
of the icalp. Go to Strong'i Drng Btore
aaa gu peine. - .-- - - - .--
;iv et n'
Blanks We have just printed a loi
of Blanks for Justices of the Peace Sum
monses, Subpoenas, Executions, itc; and,
also, all kinds of -Blank Deeds. AH for
sale at Ihe lowest ratei.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to
Sisson'i Drug Store. ., , .
Curb fob Nkvjsaioia. Ladles will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is ihe only
sure cure for Neuralia, and Nerve Ache.
For sale at Sisson's Drug Biore.
Side-show at Chicago. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R. TIME TABLE.
Io .'.ua. . 8 1.1 r.n.
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l.hT. . 10.61 "
J. II ' ' 11 Wt "
S.'. ' 12.UA.
8.06 ' 18.36
4 .ID " 2 SO "
' 7 IT " 6.03
7.45 E 611 '
I 16 7J)5 "
COIXO I1T. '
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7..I1 " 7 18 "
8 IS " - 8.X1 '
10.6:1 n.18 "
M.Ylr.U. 1-2.361. M.
A rn vtfs
t'lilllieotli . .
W. W. I'EABOnV.
Reported ly J.K.Will, Denier In Dry GooiIh.
Apptes, Oreen, per bu. 76 I Apples, Uried, 1 26
Butter, S Hee-wax, a,-.
Henna, isu vn, pti
C-.rn, , -1,110 1 randier., l.VieiO
niicUsns, ' T."fu.iJ I Kih, white,' 8,'n,lo
Mackerel, ' logJH I Flnur. per hbt. la.no
Etwi, 12 1 Mnlsasss, Sorgo nj
I.nrd, .- 16 Oals, 6PfTiciO
Snar, ' 12 t 18 Salt, per Mil. - 3.10
LOVE AND HATHIMONYi The ne..ions of
tho opposite sex mnv he Hnined l,y following sim
ple rules, mid all my murry happily, if desired,
wiihout regurd to wnnlth, age, or beauty. Send
nHilrees aiid ettmp fi.r pnrticulnrs tn Madam
LUCILLE I'EMAl'.KE, Bilj Uouee, Kew York.
AGF.KTS WANTED. Ladles or Gentlemen are
onered liberal inducements to art as (.gents, and
an onnortunttv to earn Irnm in to! 10 ncr dsv. No
onpitHl neceHeary. Knctose stamp and addreaa
I ntrr s jiigiua tv eer, new loru,
KfltORSOFS'Otirri -lean id voti Sanitnrv
UuleMnnd Intitritetinns th-it wi il - enable you to
reuover your mnnnoou wiinoiil tlio use or mem
eine, hy sintnly following the Laws of MrtinrAnnd
ofHeafth. Enclose stump en, I address HENRY
AMHDKN, ritntion fJ.-New York. .
N'ollee la lierehv irlvon that Oeorce W
Whotntono, Ailnilnlslmtor of tlie Kstnlo of
William wlictetniio, di-ceasi'd, has filed ills
iiiK-ountH lor In-im-ction nnd tl tin 1 seltlement
In lit. I)ml,ul.l,..rl , Vl,-tn ,.n,,,, iit.l.
M hleh will tn'iNusod upon on the KVth'duy of
June, a, u. inos.
. J08EMI KALF.R,
Jnne4,18(-nt l'lubnlu Judtre,
:J. S. STEONa'S .
i Hulbert'a Block,
rife ARTHUR, 0.,
Is constantly receiving '
Fresh Drugs, .
DYE STT FFS,
.' Fancy Articles,
, i ,
10 percent Cheaper
than can beliought olse
wltetol ; Taper,'
Blank Books, Inks,
. Pen's, Wall
. j , . , ,. .
at low figures. -
White lead. & Oil
- sold at nlmnt coat.
'J'HE OLD RELIABLE
SADLERY AND HANNESS
Main Street, ... McArthur, 0.
ja-mhswabd. ' Konms ITAMS.
WABD & lEV-A-UTS,
Having refitted tholr Saddlery and Hnrnesa
KaUiblidhinf' nt, am now mnmifact tiring uf tho
,. very best material a Uuo lot of
: i . . - .
Saddle; ':. ' "..t
' Bridles, v
.. .j , ; ,.- ; Harnoss, : . .
.."in':,-.-; .',''. ''-..!. v Collars, '
;::i-T:. 'i v'i I '--'i t:V,-.---j whips.
And evorj-thtng els connected with each an
r,. . II
iMMtltuUon, and gut In the .
MOST DURABLE 'mASNERI
v . 1 1 ' ,t nwkt 1 :J ' ' ' '" t!
LOWER PRICES THAW ELSEWHERE,
All klnrto of wrwk hffitlvinrie to order, and
warriut tod BUbeUmtial und durable, .... i, .
' eBs-Repalrlng done rery reasonable, , , ,
,., . -.... .)..-., ' ''
rCall examine work, and learn prloes.
, ADD J.ERY. .
' H. OP. AMBEOSE,
Mai Stieit, . - . ' - McAitih'i, 0.,
Mtuiufacturer of, and Dealer In,
HARNESS, :'- I
- ':' BRIDLES,
And all other articles In his line of business.
' He will make In order any article on the short
est notice, of the very best mnterinl, nnd in the
ninHt wnrkmanllle riinnner. Having hud nianv
years experience in the busines, lie feela eonrf
dent tbsi hecan nlrase oil ho may fuvor him
Willi his itrnnao, both 111 regard to price ana
quality of work.
All kinds of Repairing done on Ilia most reason-
Cull and exnmine stock and prices.
Feb. 27, 1808-tmi
S . C P & -vr X 3T T ,
. WJIOLJSALE PEALER IN
N. 0 T
I 0 N S 1
At Topnlar Prices 1
CliillieothA, Ohio, Aprils, IMM. :
tli z Ji CI"
It is sn rKrtaio amir.DV in all eases of Nen
rntuia Fuciulis, often etl-cting a perlect cure in
l.iss tlian twenty four hours, from the use ot no
more than two na mars raw.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Jam
oafe nss tiiiii-d lo yietd to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL "AGENT.
Even in the .everost ca.es ofChroniu Nciirnlgin
and genernl nei-vous derangements of miiny
years stnndin nHecting the entire system Its
usa for a few dnvs, or a few weeks at the Utmost,
always afr-.rda the inot astonisliiug relief, and
verymrelv fails to produce a complete aud per
manent cure. .
It cont ins no drugs or other materials In the
slightest degree injuuoiis, even to tlie moat deli
cate system, nnd enn ai.Wavs he used with
It ha long been In ennstnnt use hy mariy or our
' MOST EMINENT PHV81C1ANS,
who rjive it their unanimous and unqualified ap-
.ri,VHl. ' ' . .
Kent by mail on receipt of price and postage.
One pscknge, f 1 Oil Pnstege a cents
Sn paekaes, 6iN Postsije 27 cents
Twelve paeknires. 9 no Pustaire 4a cents
His sold hy'till wboleAale and retail dealers in
,irugs and me Jicuiee throughout tho United stales
TURNER & CO., Sole Froprietort,
19-ly 120 Tremont Ht., Dnaton. Mass.
REED' KILL P. 0 VI5T0B 0TJ5TY, HIC
s. soata. wa.Mtir.i..aa. a. wsisnAuet. W.wakohte,
.S. QOETZ fie CO.,
'. , Castings,
' Sugar Cane Mills,
Casters and Bed Fasenings.
Also, ! "
THE ' OHIO PUMP,
. . r : i .
The only Pouhle-Aellng Force Pump in ose, and
the most couvenieit and duisWe ever invented.
V-Machincry ot all kinds Repaired on short
The Ware mannfaelnred at the la sold as low
soy in th. a market. . ,
'p the ArraciED.
Rein,. fmilmv vrilh AHa mUIIIU m.a a. .11
u . .. . v , . I',.. K.IU D Ml HI , g 1 1 1 1 1 -
ant lo each patient OAreuil con-ideration and
pHi,uinp,iiv.ii,ii.ui ,110 ii,-ci-HHry remenies 10
eltect speedy relief- Advice tree, and Ihe stricteat
OontHlence orMierved la attiMAsea.
. . v v....- ...uub-. vu wi num 1 will
send my private circulars free, and for 10 cciila a
valnable (realise of 100 pages on the Errors of
Youth, its oonseduennes and remedy.
TO LADIEM.-Onreoeiptofatamp I will send
an Illustrate! Circular with EnaTravlnrrs, and for
111 cents "The Ladies Private, tlddicat Adviser,"
containing Information ofinlerest-to the set. . r
A.II..K.- . . n- t Mnv, u
V. " ', " " ' """snllinx Phystn.a,
It-PJ p bi WBasl i:ithl,;Nw Yrl.-
i j 5 p? j
J cu iu Suq , t
a. w. n.tiw. , a. w. vijs.u
ULLOM &c BEO,
Will pay tho fuvi market price In Coah hi
Bring on yeur " '
EGGS, ; T
CIIICJTEKS, , ', ,
''" . briei) mcnr.a. -'.
- . dried irrii?,'
' v BEAS8J V
i . .. 1 . FLAX SEED, - ...'..
RAGS, . .
Oranj-otlicrartlelcyou ninj lmve todlr" 6'.
We also have a fresh nnd compio etock . I
FAMILY GROCEBJES, ,
Olvc s ft cnll nnd aeo for yonrselvee, at tjt
MnrchSJiKMrr, ; . VLLOM til,,.'
JJ'ARTHUi MAaBLB .W ,Ri "'
Begs leave lo inform th citisona ofVintm .ml
aitjiiniKcounliea thl he prepared Ut tan.i.u
tliwn with ;
MONUMENTS,- " '
GRAVESTONES, , ' :
. BUREAU TOPS, . .
f ' TABLE TOr?, ie.
Tie Latest end most pptovel ty Ua
All Work neatly and promptly executed.
Alt mv hr'Mi.r. ,k,ML it .. .
olber .Y,..', . "'"r."M,.n ' '
ri,j . ' "."utpiirciinsina: en ii'-
j'to a careful iiiBjiectiou f uiy iook ur-a
Bhop In Malone's Building, on Main Street.
Fel. 27, 1808 tf
ur;S,?.!,.,H,',I''r,",f,f""i1! Maehina Co. la
Hie only t.Hiinimy in the timlo who will t.
mstUthiiS."; ,"""y u machi,"; "
ii,!"!,I''iVk'?,.,r''T,h "wlriK Mnehlnc U
llT" "l? ''-"tittlJl-llAW-hll,!, thnt hHM ltd no. -
s.'t m!ie no.-dlo ctinnol l.
. TlieKiiiRlP I.yo'n PewInR Mnehlnc is
ih'I Ifl'-nll, niiu-IUnn that hns
imsitivo "tiilt... up," rtHmlrlntt no chanuo ..f
.tiiotffr. n"""J'g frou' u iSud of golils
it o?,!',!' Z'uS Lr?n f1" Mficlilno h
Ml Mnn ..f il, .7 1 . overcOtlien fill
UK Hon of hhuttlo, nnd urutoeu tlm ti,re.n
inmi on in the sliuttlc rnee.
ti;rnS,vlilelf.OTHrw,'!t Xn l
i,,l..fVnl,i"f'l'ol,1,n,0'n Mt In every
town, through wli.im nil orders ntuat come.
ilalile yon S. M. Co., '
3) . No, 087 Broadway, New Vork.
J. VT. BoM'Kx, Agent. MvArthar.
, .. ,0p Hejuvenatbie Elixir
i1!,! . T,"''"'" TelM 0"d Permanent cure of
"nit Condition which rnillte llie snflerer from
Performing the duties of life, and which arises
rroin a morbid condition of the Kidneys and
madder, and results in nervous nioslratiun aud
. nave nev.i mis remedy i my private prac
tii-ewithiinvaryini,aiiece, fnr many yesr,.
am therefore induced to oifcr it to the- atr.letaa.
feeling conhdent its nicritswill 1 spprectatad.
is adapted to a!l denm(!ment8 of the Uilnarv
Organs. It strengthens the system and gives
LIFE; HEALTH AND 8TRENGTH
lo all who use it and follow my directions. It
never tails to remove Nervous liability, Imnote-
Jouthrul In.llsci-otion, resulting in
Loss of Memory, Kcrvous Trembling,
llnpiensnnt lireame, General Lassitude,
Hfilfr' Dimnes. of Vision
Ileiidivche. Fushingof therjkin.
which, if neglected, vlll assuredlvleadon to
INSANITY OR COiNiUUPTION.
When the system is one afrected It win net
recover without help. It must be
INVIGORATED AND STRENGTHENED
to enable tho sn Merer tn fulfill the Duties of Life.
S'M by l'rincipal Druggists Eeerywhere.
l.Pnce 1 per bottle; six bottli-a for IIS.
Bent by Impress, on receipt ot the money, bf
DR. J. BE YAH, 96 East 13 th t,, Few York.
Private circulars sent free; enclose stamp.
; Anril l lNim.lu . . . r
. u. ot A4. xv. WM.l'A'Hg "
Xha Host Perfect n4 Elegant Wasloai
- Inatrameiit la the World i
ton TUB AJTBRICAX SOUS CIBClMl
The AMERiCAlvi rtTTi-i
attractive, refines and elevate
jtadsofaU,b.autuu InapriS. JS
VU BBOA.DIVAT BTEIv'toKK.'
lot them before the. public, aVth'e I rtitmSiS
solong desired la Wmuca. HOMt5T Ani
altljouglvtuew prioe Is but a U lli otr tli
Moloduou yet (he mu.tml advantageTbealitw
of tone and qulcar.es. totreh .L"Sion" I
ihudvali I1 WU ow
-AMERIQAN ORGANS. ! "
Chareh Organ And alm tZ tS ".ff;
i j" r"""' room. : . . .
taking a sma It amount m 7' "ul
'laf.5-i- seeareil a rw.W and
larje tlucounls to th traile n l..i,TrZ
' - a, IBtttIA "IT. Wliolo-al. AA
I. C , m Srataway, titer loi