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,?. XV. IIOWI'S, 1'iHtnr. OFFICE-In Second. Mory nf llowone P-iilming.- North Siilu of Mulu Street, tM ol Court House. August 2, 1871. McArthur, DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Eleetion-Tuesday, October 10th, V.U novmNnn, CEOI'.GK W. McCOoK. of .Tolfeffoa. - l.FITKXT-nciTI!KIcrB. HAUUKLP. HI NT, of llninlltun. KDWAUDS. WAI.I..U r,o( Clark. AIMUTOH OK STATS, I -JOSEPH li.lHM'KUKlIX, of Adan. TurAsifiFn rv STATR, PR.GUmTAVK lUil'KIIUol Hamilton. PPKKMK t!IWP, 6. XX. 01 : I K r, of Uirlilimtl. IIFMIIBK HOAKOnl-prm.io WOIIKS, " AUTI1UB U l'l II KS. ot Ciij ali.-K. tClfont COUIUSSIONKR, AVII.LlAMW.:OSS,of Sandusky. ri.rnK or surnrcnH: covet, 1 II AKU. PATTKKsON, ol Franklin. COUNTY TICKET. rou nurnKsr.NTATiVFi, AI.M0SD SOCLE, of WilkeniHf. AtJOIToB, WU.KUM W. T.A.V0ln,rlU'hlim4. MOStd'TIXO ATTORNEY 4 VLYSSUSS.CLAYl'0OL,nJS7. rnxonnan, TnOMAS A.MVr.BAY,o'-. coMMifsioaitn, WASniNOTON KVXTW:tfBrctrn. Democratic Meetings. Tlio times and places of meetings In neigh boring counties arc ns tollows : Jackson, Tuesday, August 15; Chlllicotho, Thursday F.vcnlng, Aug. 11. Tim Above meetings will bo addressed by Gen NuCook Will Col. Coeliortll, Hon.J.F. Me Kinney will spe.'iX at Alliens, Nosdny afternoon. August 7. Col. L. llnber will speak at Lojrau, Bat unlay evening. August U. . Gen. Thomas Ewlng, Jr., will sponk at Lo ran, Thursday afternoon, October 5. On. O. XV. Morgan and Hon. S. F.-IUint, candidate for I.iei.itcnnnt Governor, will speak nk Logan, Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 30; at Jackson, Monday afternoon, Sept. i; at CUUli cothc, Tuesday cvonlng, Sept. ft. JUDICIAL CONVENTION. By mutual agreement upon the. part of the "Democratic Central Committees of tlio various tiounties of this Judicial District, it lias been determined to hold a Judicial Convention in Portsmouth, on Wednesday, August 9th, 1871. To nomiuato a candidate for Judge of tho Court of Common Pleas for this Subdivision of the Seventh Judicial District;, composed of the oimtlcs of Lnwrcnce, Scioto, .lacksaii, Pike, and Vinton, Tlio ratio of representation will be tlio same as in (he Senatorial Convention The several counties will be entitled to the following number of delegates, respectively v inten .15 Viko ir, Hoiolo 21 Jackson lfl Lawrence , jo order of tlio Democratic Central Committees. Our County Ticket. Which was placed in nomina tion by the - largest County Convention over hyld in Yin ton county, cm Saturday last, will he found in its proper place in this paper. Full pro ceedings of the Convention tfill Wtfbund in nnotherpart of the paper. Of the ticket we can roily tay this week that the geitkraen composing it were selected by sixty repre sentatives from all parts of the several townships of the county from eleven of the best and most popular men in the coun ty, and will merit the approba tion of every Democrat in the county. ' Next week we shall have much Jo say about each candidate. In the meantime let Democrats commence prep arations for an active campaign. The Meeting on the 16th. The first grand rally of the campaign in this county -will ha held at McArthur, on "Wednesday, the lGth. Gen. Geo, W. Mono an, our noble standard bearer, and Col. J. K. CocKEinx, our candi date for Auditor of State, will positively be here and address the poople on that day. We advise every voter in the coun ty to come and hear the able speakers ; as it may be the best opportunity the people of Vinton county will have dur ing this enmpaign to hoar the plain truth from an able and reliable source. The Temperance Movement. The Prohibitionists of Cleve land held a Convention on last Saturday, which was attended ,by about fifty delegates. The Convention appears to have been quite a success, and a full county and legislative ticket was nominated. E. P. Morgan and Uev. 15. Excell were selec ted for State Senators. Dur ing the progress of the Con vention a telegram was- receiv ed from tho Franklin County Convention, then in aession, announcing that Franklin had put in the field a full ticket. The Legislature of Connect icut has abolished all laws re lating to usury: and Connect'. cat money-lenders can now col lect whatever interest they can bargain for. DEMOCRAIC COUNTY CONVENTION LARGEST CONVENTION THAT EVER ASSEMBLED IN VINTON COUNTY. STRONG TICKET NOMINATED. FULL AND HARMONIOUS PROCEEDINGS. '. In puminnco cf a call issued by tlio lumovrntic Exocutivo Caminit too of Vinton county, tlio dolognlcn (Vom tlio several townships, selected ut the primary meetings thereof on Saturday, July 2D, nssomuletl fit Uio Court llouae, in McArthur, on Mon day, July 31, 1871. At 1 J o'clock Uio Convention was called to order by Solomon Shipley, of Madison, nnd upon whoso mo tion, . W. Kclch, lq., of Clinton, was chosen Chairman of tho Con vention: On niotion of James McGillivray, Esq., of Jackson, J. W. Bowcn, of 151k, was nppointed Secretary, nnd Dr. II. C. Mooro, of Richland, was appointed Assistant Secretary. On motion, threo .Toilers wcro appointed by tho Chair, ns follows : Dr. S. W. Monahnn.S. S. Albin, and Hon. John Fco. Tho object of tho Convention was stated by tho Chair. On motion, a Committee on Cre dentials was appointed by tho Chair. as follows : A: W. Craig, Wm. Ful ler, James McGillivray. On motion, it was Resolved, That, should thcro bo any vanenncics in the delegations from tho several townships, thaso present bo authorized to cast tho full voto. Motion adopted unanimously, Tho Committee, on Credentials, through James McGillivray, ropor ted that' tho following gentlomcn had been chosen in tlioir respective townships, as dologatos to the con vention, and that every township was represented. Tho Report is as follows : Tinlni 3 Hlorc, J Rndcliffe, J II Gregory, Dan Pierre. Wilk-emllt-Ttr II II rtlshop, A Hartley, G E l ook, Daniel Lawler, Jasper ISooth, John BUia ton. Brown J M Weed, X Slmonton. Esq., Isaac Kceton. .losepn mis, milium r uuer. (rrtnon William Clark, Robert Lyle, Isaiah iurKcr, A"nw Georee Holdrcn. J Tedrow. ,Vivi!i Krwl t raillehnuuli, A Wobli. 8 8 Alnaln. VI. Hai.v.. T..l,n V.tn f'l. ., I'f.u Hunter, Ite'v a W i'ilcher, Henry Johnson, r.dwava liollnnil, os iioinilnos. MtVlitnnS T Illiick, A Itolilnson, A Itrvson, T A Ktnkeid, Jacob Sanger, .Solomon Wiipley, iiiivki rinnev. Tr.. c b .ai t x-t.-..t..i. vr v vrn,.Htf C W Ilnrnctt, A W Craig, James Crow, DrS W iionniian, lieoi-getraig. Jncitiin John Ankmin, Tames McGillivray, Joseph Downer, J M Kinnev. l!i,-liliiiiit-y rlendersnn, Jack Wortman, la rael Kinney. liarrimm I.yle. Chnrloa Ymnlia- gnn, Tiuslev Drown, John Collins, Dr II C Moore. E'igle licurr Xcters, Grafton Audersou, 0 Connwny. . On motioi, it was ' - Jtetolved, That the nominations bo made in tho following order : 1st. Heprescntutfvo. Si I. Auditor. .'id . Prosecuting Attorney. 4th. Itecc.nlur. 6th. C'ouimisMloncr. Tho Chair then stated that nomi nations would be in order. On motion, it was Resolved, That each candidate bo- fore this Convention appear nnd pledge himself to abido by tho de cision of tho Convention. Tho motion was adopted. REPRESENTATIVE. Madison, fox Representative, was withdrawn. The nancsof lion. Almond Soulo, of Wilkcsvillo, was announced. There being no other names an nounced, ho was, on motion, declar ed to be the nominee for Represen tative by acclamation: AUDITOR. Tho name of S. V. Dodge, of Elk, for Auditor, was withdrawn. Tho name of S. B. Cole, of Clin ton, for Auditor, was also with drawn: Tho namo of TV. W. Bclford, Or villo Gunning, Iloa. A. J. Swaim, C. L. "Whito, and Henry Reynolds, wcro announced for Auditor. These gentlemen nppcarod nnd declar ed that they would abido by tho decision of tho Convention. Tho Convention then procoeded to bal lot for tho candidates before named tho following being tho result of tho ITS. BALLOT: Bclford 18 Gunning 8 Swaim H Whito 10 Rnvnolds 13 . Whole number of votes cast CO ; 31 being necessary for a nomination. No choice. On motion, it was Jtetolved, That tho namo of tho caudidato receiving tho lowest num ber of votes nftor tho second ballot bo withdrawn. 'Resolution adopted. Another ballot was had, but through some mistake 02 votes were cast, instead of 60. Tho result was: Bclford 17; Gunning C; Reynolds 18; Swaim 10; White 11. Which ballot wn doclarod void. Mr. Gunning withdrow his namo. Tho following is the 2D BALLOT: Bo Word' ........ Reynolds Swaim Whito 22 17 ........II .,1ft No choice. Hero is tho 3D BALLOT: 20 10 ' 9 Bclford Swaim, White . Reynolds ,.21 No choice Tho numo of C, Jj. Whito was withdrawn. Tho fol lowing is tho result of tho 4TH BALLOT: Bolfbrd 27 Swaim 14 ItovnolJs . 19 No choice Tho namo of A. J. Swaim was withdrawn. Tho fol lowing is the result of tho 5TH BALLOT: Ikdford ....r.fi Kevnolds .21 iMr. Bolford was declared to bo tho nominee. ' " ( On motion of Mr. Reynolds, tho nomination was made unanimous. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. For this office tho names of J. M. McGillivray nnd U. S. Claypoolo wcro announced, who camo forward aud pledged themselves to abido by tho decision of tho Convention. Balloting proceeded with resul ting ns follows : Claypoolo,. . . . . ; ........ i .34 McGillivray . v20 Mr. Claypoolo was declared the nominee"; when, On motion of Mr. McGillivray, tho nomination was mado unarii 'nous. r '. . RECORDER. Tho names M. Dowd. and T. A. Murray wcro announced. Each gavo tho rcquir cd plodp-o. Tho result of tho ballot was ns follows . Pearco 11 Dowd 17 Murray 33 T. A. Murray was declared tho nominee. On motion of G. W. Pcarce, which wns seconded byF. M. Dowd, tho nomination was mndo unani mous. For COMMISSIONER. Thennmosof Washington Kcc- ton, of Brown, John Kinney, of Jackson, nnd A. G. Elliott, Esq., of Harrison, wero, announced. Each gavo tho plodgo required by tho Convention. Thoballotingresultcd asollows; Kooton 32 Kinney 18 Elliott 10 . Washington Kecton was declared to bo the nominee. The next business in order was tho appointment of 15 dolegatcs to represent Vinton county in tho JUDICIAL AND SENATORIAL CONVENTIONS. VJiMTIIISH, The former to bo held at Portsmouth on the Oth of August nnd tho latter to bo held at Gallipolis or IrOnton nt a time to ho nninod lioroafW. On motion, tho Chair was author ized to appoint a Committoo of Three to select said delegates. The Chair appointod Dr. II. C. Mooro, Solomon Shipley nnd S. B. Colo said committeo ; and tho committee reported tho names of tho following gentlomcn as delegates : Daniel Booth, Nelson Richmond, C. W. Holland, Hon. John Fco, Samuel Mngco, Solomon Shipley, J. W. Bowen, A. J. niggins, Dr. S. W. Monahan, Henry Clark, Allen Rob inson, Dr. H. C. Moore, A. L. Hun ter, II. E. Soulo, J. M. McGillivray. PRIMARY ELECTION SYSTEM. On motion, tho following resolu tion was, after a third reading, adopted : KfuJvKt, That tho nomination of enndidiiles for llm varloiia nflli'eH ill Vinton count v. lo or dered to he held in the manner following, that is tomy: that It Khali bo proper and rigid, upon bu iug notllied of tho time for Mich meeting by tho frntral Oommlttrt of said county, to moct in their li'siieetlve Townships at their reKpect ive Sehool-lloiisea. In each Sub District In the Townships, mill hold primary elections by easting ballots for tlicKeveral cninlhlntcH offer ing for the several ollleesito bo lllleil keeping n correct Poll-Hook, and forwarcllnir an abstract of tlio same to the Clminnnn of the Central Committee of eaidcounty, to bn by said Com mittee pnlillc.iy opened, ami me resiui ni uiir same publiclv declared; and the eandidnte re ceiving the greatest number of votei ut anid several primary elect ion s shaliho ileelnred to lie trie nominee tor tne omce mr wuicn nu may be a candidate. On motion, tho following gentle men wcro appointed ns tho COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. With nuthority to appoint two or more persons in each township as an Advisor) Committoo : Daniol Booth, John Mayo, C. W. Holland, J. W. Bowcn, Patrick O'Keeffo. On motion, tho convention ad journed. B. W. KELCH, Chair'n. J. W. BOWEN, Sec'y. H. C. Moore, Assistant Sec'y. Vinton Township Deiegate Meeting. Pursuant to notice tho Democracy of Vinton Township oescmblod at Centre School House, about 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, July 20, for tho purposo of selecting 4 dolegatcs toroprcsont said township in the County convention Tho mooting was organized by calling J. G. Swctland, Jr., to tho chair, nnd appointing Ephraim Radcliffo, Secretary. Tho object of tho mooting was stated by tho chairman; when, On motio.i,tha convention pro coodoJ to elect 4 dolcgatos by bal lot; Tlio namos of tho dolcgatos elected wero as follows; John Bloro, John Radcliffo, J. R. Grogory, Dan. Tierc: ' . . ' On motion, tho ' convention ad- iournod. . - J. G. SWETLAND, Chair'n. EPHRAIM RADCLIFFE, Judicial Convention. 13v reference to the call of the Democratic Judicial Com mittee in this paper, it will be seen that the Democracy of this Judicial District will assemble in Convention at Portsmouth next Wednesday, for the pur pose of placing a candidate in nomination for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. :. . General S. F. Gary Is" men tioned as a probable Democrat ic candidate for owe of the five County Judgeships of Hamil ton county to be filled this fall. McARTHUR ENQUIRER FOR THE CAMPAIGN. FOUR MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS. In order that tlio principles, policy and candi dates of the Democratic party shall lions fully and fairly presented as posalhlo to the whole people of Vinton and adjoining counties, wo offer the McATtTllVR ENQUIRER, iluving thccnmpalgn.or for 4 months from the tlmo of subscribing, for the very low price of as Cents! Tue.ro will ho no pecuniary prollt to us on the paper at this lowfriito, but wo shall bo gratified If bvthis means hundreds of Hie peoplp of this nndadjolningcounlies will subscribe and care fully read it and rerelve the evidence and reas oning In behalf of Democratic principles and candidates, without perversion nnd rnlareprc scntiitlon. We hopo zealous and active Demo crats will forthwith send us as many nnmes, at tho above rato, aa they can obtain In ttielr vicinities. If thcro are person too poor to pay tho amount, send their names whether they pay or not, and wo will send them the paper. A little time given now In this way to the com mon causo will bring good returns thorcfor in tho fid u re. J. W. BOWEN. McArthur, O. Tariff and Slavery. If yon direct a man what work he shall do, and where he shall do it, and when lie shall commence, and when he shall stop his labor, and he is only allowed the privilege of doing as you direct, that man'is noth ing better than your slave ; he has not freedom of action, the only thing that can constitute him a free man. This slavery would be as absolute as the slavery of the South, before the war. The whole thing .would sum itself up in naked slavery, a thing the American people detested and got rid of. But Under our present man agement of our commercial im terest, a set of men come to us and say, "The products of your labor arc in a proper shape for putting in the . market now, you shall only .sell them as we direct you, and at our prices and if you want goods for them, you shall take our goods at our prices." This is the sum and substance of our pro tective tariff system the defi nition in plain English, find the only interpretation the law- protecting, certain branches of industry win anmu or. It springs from the same soil with slavery, the same root fosters the one as much ns the other, they are both shoots from the same stalk, and one is just as detrimental to the best interest or a tree people 83 the other. The only difference is, that one only attached to a certain race of people, whilst the other attaches to all races and makes us all slaves to the protected branches. . I Still Another. A dispatch from Washington says that the deficit of $40,000 in the accounts of Naval Pay master Washington has been compromised, as "there are no evidences of fraud on the part of that officer." And yet a naval court-martial : before whom Washington was brought found him euilty of embezzle ment, nnd to pay a heavy fine. The Treasury officials are poli ticians anxious to screen a Rad ical rogue. - The court-martial wss composed of naval officers solicitous for the honor of the service. Which is most likely to be right V Hingsaro the order of the day in the Radical camp. Rad icalism has never been without them, and, from present. indica tions, never will. It owes its existence to rings; it lives and thrives upon rings. Without its lings, it would famish and perish utterly Its rings are parasites that live upon its de caying nnd corrupt carcass, ns it lives and grows more corrupt by aud through rings. It has railroad rings, land-jobbing rings, Indian Bureau rings, whiskey rings, tariff protection ring, bank rings, bondholding rings, and rings innumerable that bronch off in all directions, where money is to be made or a fat place to be had. ini l7m- 4 ' -' V io v a v DEMOCRATIC Democratic Cnnillduto for Governor, and COL. J. R. COCKLRILL Democratic Candidate for AiidltorofStr.to, will tidilrcHs the peoplo at McAKTirUIt, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. Let every voter in this county como to this meeting. All have plenty of time to make ar rangements to come and hear the living politic al issues of the day fairly discussed. Hy order of DEM. 8TATKEX. COM. jSllC.w JsCiiiit, ITiO.UO ltuwATtrj. This will be pnld to any one who will prove there Is a particle of mercury in Dr. Heni-v's Hoot and riant Tills. 2Ht MARRIED: On Tuesday, August 2d, 1H7I, nt the residence of I-nris Ilurtnn, Esq.. by KM. II. A. J'ullisber, assisted bv Kid. 8, II. Biiignuui, of JackHon, Mr. Anthony Kaiu.kos and Miss. IUChki, LockwooI), both of McArthur, Ohio. MRS. CHAS. WARNER'S (FonMERiY) MRS. DAN. RICE'S CIECUS! The Champion Entertainment of the XJnItec3L stVte&! Will Exhibit nt M'ARTHTJR ' ON MONDAY, AUGUST 7. 1871. An nbsoliitc nivt-clnss Circus. Dehold its great list ot noted Equestrians, Vaultors, Uyinuasts aud Acrobats. MRS. CHAS. WARNER, The imperious and unequalled mnnago eques trienne; the Prima Donna of the ring. MISS ANNIE WORLAND, Tho unequalled Lndy Klder of tho World. MONS. A. BOISVAKT, The only one-legged rider Id tho world, in his uuriiie arc. Harry MarHs Tlio Champion Tumbler, In l.is double soin- morsanii act, pcriorniing mo marveioiiu feat of turning twice In the air be fore alighting. LEON ZAUELLA BROTHERS, Tho terrillft Rthlotirs nm prymnftsts In their PROF. ED. BACKENSTOSE, Tho great four horse rider, who mannges his lour DIoiMlou iiorsea wna me biisk wim which uu ordinary rider would with u ' single ono. The von1orfii1 liKhl. Ami heavy bulnnrcr, poU- i. :n .. m "..ntlwin ing uu tiium uhmj u iiow j-n.tijt MR. WM. H. NAYLOR, Prinoipnl Equestrlnn In his truly laughable act of Folu Jenkins, CIIAULIA ROVCE, The great trick clown nnd comic vocalist. JTIASTER JIMMY, Tho young acrobat and Equestrian, I. fi. ADAMS, The polite and courteous Mnltro do Clrqne. ALUX. NICHOLS, Veteran Clown and fllmltespoarlnn dellnealor, whose name Is a ny-woru lorun iiiversoi fun, nndiunny others whoso names are noted In the arena. r...ui..inn fiitinn. Cvmnojitlc. Marvels. Acro batic Wonders, i'loustng t'omicalilles. Claiwic Poses and I'lHturing, Lofty Vaulting, A ariuty Novelty and Merit. The Excclaior Cornet II. nid and Orchestra, Will Interest tlio audience with their popular IllU.IUUi BUIUVHUiioi . TWO GRAND EXHIBITIONS Afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Evening at 7. Doors open half an hour previous. AlliniSSIOlI W yi. VHiiUli llimv, , Will oxhihlt at HAM DEN. TUESDAY, AUG. 8. Over Eve Hundred Actual Fires Put Outwith it I More tlmii i S6.oao,ooo.oo Worth of Property Saved from the Flames. ' THE R RE EZTINGUISHE F. W. FAItWfcLL, Sterttary, 122 'Washington Street, CbioaKoi Instirnnen Companies reduce rales where It is Introduced. The iiovornmeni mis auujitetl It. M-rutsOnt Uurning Kerosene, Tar etc, " SEND TOR ITS RECORD. 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W, KVANS, Pnhlisher A I'erfiuner, 41 South Sth HI., Philadelphia, Pa. 29 4w JUBUBBBA 1 i South American plant that has been ntedfor msny years by the ineilieal ficultyof thoec colintrlca witli nnndrrfiil elllcucy, and la s Soro and rarfoc' Ketnedv for all Diseases of the I.lVKIt and SPI.TCHN, KNLAUOrAIF.NT or OB STIHTCTIONollNTKSTINKS, UI'.INAllY.tlTK- ItlN IC. or ARDOMINAL OISOANS. POVKIITY or a WANT of llf.OOI), INTKItKITTKNT or UKMITTKNT KKVKKS, INKLAMMA'IIOM of the I.I VKR.DUOI'SY. SbUOOISH CIR CULATION ofthellLOOD, AIISCKS9r, TUMOHS. .1AIINDICIC, 8CUOKITLA, DYUI-KI'SIA, AOtir KKVKK -Oil TIIF.1K CONCOMITANTS. DIt. WELLS' KXTKACT OF JUKTJISEHA Is s most nrrfuct alterative, and Is offered to the public ns a crest Invigorntor and remedy for all Im purities nt tho blond, or for organic weak new with their attendant evils. For the foregoing complaints Dr. Wells' Extract of Juruheba is "confidently recommended to every family ass household remedy, and should be freely takon In all derangements of the system. It is JNUI A I il 1 Bij ii la mil wnai is popular- l nll,.l nTTT KlfS nn. ,B it InlAnilnil na .nnh . Knt ia simply a poworlul alterative giving health, vlnor and tune to all the vital forces and anlmntea and fortlfles all weak and Lymphatic temperaments. tlOJlft ti. JvE.IjM'1'U, 19 I inn oireri, new mm, fl.,U Atrnnt.far lite ITnlle.t Hint.. Trlre One Dnllar per bottle: Rend for Circular. 11.000 REWARD! A reward ol One Thoiisanil Dollars will bo paid to any PhyHiuiitn who will iirodiice a medicine that will sup ply the wants of the peoplo better than1 i uu article known na DR. F. FAHRNEY'S CKLKnRATKD Blood Cleanser or Panacea. it must he a better Cathartic, a belter Altera- tlve, a bettor Htidorifln, a better Tonic, and In every way lienor liiuii mo i-an-n-eu-K. nn matter how long It has neon in uso or now lately discovered. Above nil it must not con tuln anything not purely vegetable. ' ' 500 KEWAKDtt A rmrnTil nf Vive Hundred Dollars Will bo paid lor a medicine that will permanentl y euro more rases of Costlvenoss, Coimtluntloo, Hick or Nervous lleadnche, Liver t'oniplaint; Uilions fl......l....- lu.....ll..n llltnnmtillyiii rii.ltt.. 1)VR. pensla, Chills and Fevor, Tape W orms, Bolls, Tiimnn l',,i ij,m. ITIr-om. Rorcs. l'alns ill till) 1,01ns, MUOltna liuad anu rwuiuiu wuiiipituom, tuan DR. rAHRHEY'S Blood Cleanser or Panacea, which Is used more extensively by practicing physicians than any otlier popular inuniuiue Known. rwr i-ronArnii hv p. Kanrnev's urns. t Co., Wavnesboro, Pa:, and Dr. P. fnhrnov, SO 'North Dearborn Ht., t'hica o, l'l-Ico $1.8r mt bottle fi r sale by Wlioiesuioiitui Iteutu J-oaiers, nun n Slssoa's Drug nt ore. 2i-ly McCOOK AND VICTORY I For the Campaign of 187 le WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN! With which TlfK CfiLSFti nowftp)cr hni beco murffi'ftl Mill hi I'urnishori lor tho r....i.i....i - i iwri rUllLt:ill CUni-Ulf-i ui inti, Commencing July 1!), and terminating j . . . t ... . r o1 ucwuer in, ion, Embrnc.lng fourteen Issues of the paper. .1, TVt, Vfil.t.oUrlNa TRHMS! Single rbplos,... fio cents each VMii-n in wh i it- - .r..H ib.n Iniv Mfiii i man ra a imfiftVfll rirUIl-HM1"l H nuiwemiMi ! iff nm .fliu.. int. i i. ..Vn l.a a..t l.r anmiuisuii will aUiMilfa I n any tnwimhlp club of ten or twenty inhHcri Uu rfinM ii.1kavln(.l.tifl frit f tin H.t-itMl tfftl . ffi.flAl i Mi in inn """" i'" " vis -o"i t- A. .i.leifiKlllural i-ttllt' t Auarear.. U1FIO STATKf.MANr ' CoiA'vurn, OfttO. , THE I A" cUhtPf BRIGHT SIDElraf aire, lHimtra rar vnnnir rxvi prettloHt nml UnoJJoUfijV I:; ialthip tne worm. Tf'?l?f?f tT?i u-i kntniliiniH or crtsh nnn. tnliwionn, Hny' vhwymi mv this iulvrrtlio in. - ijr.'qrw,''"7,-t,'-'i' e g.i 'It . r Y V.J -11 kt. Ikcdcllcitte M MfrusklBS to,,'1l'r", r n"t" ' Qi ,r--olon WKr. ai It !. ld by Iriti- d ltler la PEKrCMEHTT. A Big Thing. Same pngerrious matlieinali tian has computed the matter, nnd has discovered that our" National debt, in dollars, ia nearly equal to the minutes which have elapsed since the. crention. Hereare his figures "For example : Thefe are GO' minntes in an hour, 2d hoflfif in a day and night, 365 days and nights in a year eaoii year 522,000 minntes mtrlti-' ply this latter euro hy 6,000; the period of the earth fs repu-1 ted existence, n-iid we hav: Minutes since tlierreaUon1........ .bt,00,aftf Federal debt I.H.TW.KOO.OW)1 "Add to the latter Bum in terest on the public debt, and' cost per year of a pivofliarnU' government, and vre find thatr for every minute of time since' the world camo fresh from the-' hand of God, the United' State owes a' dollar a dollar for' each minute 1" The Territorial Legislatre' of the District of Columbia, having fallen into lladical hands, lias, in its brief session of two or three months, most au daciously violated the organic law in various waj-s.'and the' result is the organization of a movement already to eecure the repeal of the Territorial bill at the next session of Con--gress. Governor Cooke just returned to Washington from New York, where, after much difficulty, he succeeded, in negotiating a Joan of $250,--000 at ten per cent.' interest. If the people had had any con fidence in' the Territorial Gov ernment they would have talfen that loan at seven v, ergot per -cent. IL., L-A-L-L I The Ohio Republican plat--farm applauds the Grant ad ministration for its fidelity and' in the collection of the taxes nnd public revenne. Don Piatt who is a Republican, Siiys, on the authority of a dis tinguished stateaman, doubtlie also a Republican, that after careful study of the fuctvany man can satisfy himself that for every four dollars taxed di rectly and indirectly, one i stolen outright, two are paid a bounties to moneyed interest? nnd ono eventually finds its way iuto the Government treasury. Hon. D. J. Callem. This eloquent yottng Irisliw man member of the Legvul ture from Mercer eoanjy fiioor 18G7 was in our city on Sat urday last, and f conree M services in the speaking lino- were broigliB into requisi.tvsn. The Senatorial Convention wa favored with a capital speech rrom him, nnd he afterward addressed an impromptu nieet- ng in front ot the City Hotel, Mr. Callen is at present a member of the Democratic State Committee nnd he will in consequence be unabra to speak much during the cam paign just opened. It is pleas ant to know, however, that hta is in a position to do the cause great good in an administrative; point. Piqua Democrat 21st. ? !-!- The fact that the terms of twenty-four United States Sen ators expire a year fre.ro. next r vi s J t i . juarcn, lends consiaeraDie inter est to the elections of the pres ent fall, inasmuch as in tight of the States, viz r Kentucky, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania,. Wisconsin and Vermont, the Legislatures chosen will be elected in reference to the lection of Senators. For All Who Read. DKN'H KKADY HOOK nlNlliill as tlwiliHSl war have ever seen for the purposes intended. Its great convenience, perfect adaptation te sv many wants and Its very low priue will certain Iv bring It Intocommon, if net uaiversal mse, . set advertisement. 13-1 The looses by. fire in the United States during 1870 are estimated to have been $60, 000,000; the marine losses, 20, 000,000; and the death claims! actually paid by the life insur ance companies- were $20,000,; 000. r Charles P. Kimball, Dera-. cratic candidate for Governor of Maine, has been interviewed! by one of the indefatigable! of the, Boston Post. He avowed himself a lifelong 'Democrat 1 a Douglas Democrat in 1869 and a McClellan Democrat . in John A. Logan says, that Grant would run for a seeoad . election "like h 1 with a tfc kettle tied to his tail." '