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J, W. BOWtN, JCdltor , nd Publisher. McARTHUB, OHIO, - OCTOBER 1, 1918. State Ticket. For Governor, HON. WILLIAM ALLEN, ., . ;j OF BOSS. ,. For Lieutenant-Governor, 5 BARNABAS BURNS, : r'v OF RICHLAND. ' f ar 'judge of the SupreineCourt, H, C. .WHITMAN, (long term.) C.H. SCRIBNER, (shobt term.) " Fox Treasurer of State, GEO. WEIMElt, ! f. f OF SUMMIT. ' For Attorney-General, M. A; DAUGHERTY, OF FAIRKIJCD. ' -For Comptroller or theTreasury, JAS. K. NEWCOMER, OF MARION. For Member of Board of Public Worka, CHRIS. SCIIUNCK, OF MEfyCER. For Common Pleas Judge, PORTER DpIIADWAY, . OF JACKSON. For State Senator, GEORGE LANTZ, of vWton. County Ticket. For Representative, HARRISON LYLE. Auditor,, WILLIAM W. BELFORD. Prosecuting Attorney OWEN T. OUffNING. Commlailoaer, i ' PATRICK KELLY. County Democratic Central Committee. Chalrman-3. W. 110WBM. S4crttary-W. W. BKLFORD. 7VWtrrNEL80M RlCHJIOSP. Richard Graki, Gkorok Lastz. Township Advisory Committee. Sagl3. W. WUkiDSon.S. II. Ifsyncs, J. J'ro-Thoma Magoe, William Fuller, John Swift, ir., 8. TWeetl. Aieon Kred. Frick, Frod. Cradlcbaugh, Hi ram Johnson. . Jackton John Stoveus, James McGillivrity, Amos Foreaero. .47 Patrick O'Kocffo, Patrick Larey, J. D. Vanderford. ,, Vinton Daniel Bowen, Ephriain Uudclllre, John Blore. . , , , jrada-on Solomon Shipley, John bhlrkoy, J. T. Black. Clinton Dr. S. W. MonHiian, ueorge a.. flralr. J. M. Thomas. MMand-4:. W. riles, A. N Coziul, A. J. Smart. Uarrlton Philip Arganbright, Aarou Steven, Harvey Dozler. WttfceeeUle 11. . SOUlS, rfonn juuvarmujl J&aner Booth. Anoo-G.Il. Bell, J. Stanley. B. Martin, William THE M'ARTHUR ENQUIRER For the Campaign For 25 Cents!! TKt ilcArthur Enqulrtr will be scut to cam paign aubicribers during the cainpmgn, or for S months, for 35 cents. By thii meani much good may be done for the cause of Democracy and Reform. Get up lists at every Post-ofllce, and In ev ery school district, as the McArthur Enquirer will advocate the cause of the people, the farmers, mechanics and laboring men, against the back salary grabbers nnd the official t Meres who are eating out the substance of the working peoulc. Tuesday, October 14. The date at the head of thie avticle is election day the day on which the voters make choice of a Governor, State offi cers, members of the Legisla ture, and a full county ticket. We want to impress upon the minds of every voter the im portance of this election. A vote for Hon. William Allen for Governor is a vote to con demn Grant's approval of the salary grab, his appointment to high offices of those who were polluted with the Credit Mo bilier corruption. A vote for Harbison Lyle for Representa tive, and for George Lantz, for State Senator, is a vote in favor of sending to the United States Senate as pure and incorrupti ble a statesman ns Jvoai Tiiur MAN. It is necessary for us to speak specially of the individu al candidates on the county ticket, as each candidate is well and favorably known to the people of Vinton county. We are free to say that seldom have we had an opportunity of recommending to the people of ; this county a ticket more wor thy of their hearty support. It - can most truthfully be said of each and all that they are well , qualified for the duties, of the offices for which we have been " nominated ., respectively all men of experience, who will look after the interests of the taxpayers. . ... Be sure and go to the meeting at Hamdon, on. Thursday, October 9th. The Grand Fanner States man William Allen will be there to ulk to yon, Ji. WWJ JJJ CIA filial Coming to Meet his Old Friends ! An old-fashioned Mass Meeting of the People of Vinton, Jackson and adjoining counties, will be held at BCACDDEI, OHIO! OK Timrsduy, et. $, 'ITS Which will he addressed by Hoi WILLIAM ALLEN! Candidate for Governor, and the gallant old Democratic States man, who was the associate and peer of Weutser, Clay, and Calhoun. THE McARTHUR AND ZALESKI BRASS BANDS Will enliven the occasion Avth their excellent music. HALF-FARE ARRANGEMENTS Will probably be made with the Railroad Companies, for the benefit of those wishing to attend the meeting. Let every Democrat in the county drop his business for a few hours, and give one day to his country ! Come and see the great Statesman, whom you have years. Come with your Hickory Wagons, Delegations I Come by Railroad ! Come m Wagons I Come in Carriages ! Come on Horseback ! Come on Foot! Bring you'r Wives! Bring your big " Bovs and Girls! Bring, your Neighbors! V By order of the CENTRAL" COMMITTEE. 6 ito lift Bl f OfHCHVvMMm not seen for more than thirty Flags and Music. Come by A Patriot's Lbtteu. The fol lowing letter is handed us for pub lication, of course wo cannot vouch for its truthfulness: CHILLICOTHE, August the 22d. To the Post Master Gineral. Dear Sir and Brudder : I have been in dis 'ere town an' at tendin' that darned nigger Clark's convention, and I'se taken de liber ty m in westigatin ue affairs of de post office in dis 'ere eity. I find Brudder Holcomb to bo one ob tie best and most popular Post Mas ters in my bailiwick. Ebrybody and dar children all admire him. His post office am de cleanest an' de neatest in de country, I spent some time in dimin up cle ollice an' a blackin' ob do boots ob de Post master an' his dark. I send de bill: De United States to Hon. Bob Harlan, Dr., For 4 days wages in Chillicothe $4 $16.00 Board and feed 5 days 12.00 Blackin Boots and cleanin Post office 5.00 $33.00 Please remit at onct as I'se short. Tell massa Grant I failed to get the resolutions endorsing hun through the convention but I'l pull de wool over the eyes of the darkeys in Cincinnati, bend on that tliirtj' three dollars mighty quick. lours for the money. COL. BOB HARLAN. United States Mail Agent. What they admit. The Cincinnati Times (Adininis- tion paper) says: "We may as well admit at the outstart that the Democracy have put into the field nu unusually strong ticket, and are working tor it with unusual determination. The Cincinnati Gazette (Admin istration paper) says: " The Democratic party will poll its full strength in Ohio. It is our impression that the ticket nomina ted in Columbus on the 6th, will receive more votes in proportion to the total number cast than were given to Horace Greeley." Taxes in Ohio. Under Republican rule, the amount of taxes levied on the peo ple of Ohio under State luws, is nearly three fold what it was when the Democrats held power the State. In other words, the amount of taxes now imposed, is about $24,000,000, In the lust year of Democratic rule It was less than $9,000,000. The Republican Legis latures have had power to stop this heavy taxation, but instead of do ing so, they have passed laws encourage it Mr. Stroko, Prosecuting Attor ney of Hamilton Co., should not hesitate in his duty. We have shown that Governor Notes took from the Treasury of Hamilton Co. nearly $15,000 without any warrant or law, while lie was rrobnto Judge. He should commence an action against Notes and his bondsmen at once. Cincinnati Enquirer. We hope the dcople of Vinton will not vote for Notes for Governor, because,if ho would unlawfully take the money belonging to the people of Hamilton county, ho would take money belonging to others. The Democratic County ticket tho best and strongest ever put in tho field, and every Democrat should arouse and work earnestly for its success. Every man on the ticket is well known as honest, in dustrious, and of good moral char, actcr. Vote for Owen T. Gunning, for Prosecuting Attorney, an experi enced lawyer, who thoroughly un derstands his business. The Marietta Register (Rep) is alarmed about Granges, thinks they are like the Know Nothing organ ization. The editor has no occa sion to get scared at his own shad ow. The Marietta Times (Dem.) in repelling the charges of the Regis ter, say 8: Instead of any Attempt on their part to curtail the liberty of the citizen and deprive him of his rights, they are manfully en gaged in battling with the giant monopolies of the land, for the rights of the people. They don't believe in Credit Mobilier and Tar iff Swindles, nor Land Grabs or Salary Grabs. It is an admitted fact that almost the entire Legisla tion of the country, National and State, since the close of the war, has been in the interest of the money sharks of the land, to the detriment of those large, respecta ble and pay all classes, the farmer, mechanic and laborer. This move ment, if we understand it correctly, is to counteract this legislation. and substitute such legislation tiiat it will not encroach upou the rights of any. The object the fanners is right and will ultimately triumph, if a government of the people is to bo perpetuated in this country. Be sure that you vote for Patrick Kelly, for Commissioner. The Republican Ring of Vinton county dare not attempt hold a meeting at this place in broad day light. They had a meeting an nounced for L. Danford on the 2Cth nit, but it was withdrawn, and a night meeting was announced for A. Hart for last Monday night. Hart was on hand, and told a few women and children at the Court House a vast amount of lies about Judge Thurrnan. His speech done the Democrats a great deal of good. Come again on some dark night Hart, and tell us why Grant wanted his salary increased to $137 per ilayj Vote for William W. Bclford, for Auditor. The Hamden Meeting. 1 lie meeting at llamucn, on Thursday, October 9, which will be addressed by Hon. William Allen, should be attended by every voter in the county. Democrats, pass the news around that Allen will speak at Haimlcn on tho 9th! Make a holiday, and go and hear tho Great Farmer Statesman the issues before tho people, Take all your friends with you It is expected that pnssengers will bo carried at half-fare on the Railroad. Vote for Harrison Lyle, for Rep rcscntativc. No Trading Votes. is The Republicans well know that they cannot elect a man on their ticket, unless they re ceive tho votes of Democrats. Do not trade votes with them. Listen not to their flattering stories. Ovku ono hundred men, sixty years old and upwards called on Hon. William Allen when bo was at Hamilton, Ohio. The $100,000 a year Grant organ of this county wants a dirty cam paign. Harrison Lyle and William W. Belford. The opposition organ of thiscom- munity, (its circulation in other communities being write small) lays great stress in its misrepresen tation and attacks on our candi dates for Representative, Harrison Lyle, and Auditor, William W. Bel ford; but these attacks and misrep resentations on tho part of the or gan aforesaid are prompted by per sonal and self-interested motives, which are apparent to everybody. The principal complaint against Mr. Lyle is that he is a hard-working man and attends to his own le gitimate business, and does not go about abusing his neighbors, the editor aforesaid organ beingfraid he will get tho votes of some Re publicans. The complaint against Mr. llel ford is almost the same, except Mr. Belford is so unfortunate as not to be proprietor of the Vinton Miaid establishment, nnd have tho hoiior of publishing an advertisementgiv ing notice to contractors that bids will be received for the erection tl an Infirmary Building in Vinton county, and then in connection with the honor assume the impudence to change the date in the advertise ment, making a year's difference in the time of the receiving of the bids,and then charging the county a large price for the publication of, the notice. It stands to tho credit of our candidates to have friends in the opposition. All that may be said bj' the said Republican orga;: will not mako the slightest change. , We therefore urge every Demo crat and every honest Republican to work with pcrservcranco nnd en ergy for the election of Mr. Lyle, Mr. Belford, and all others on our tickct,and thereby give salary grab bers and their tools to understand that Vinton county will not endorse corruption and dishonesty. $1,2945.50 Stolen. Thk grave cbarges made against Gen. Noras by the Cincinnati En quirer, for illegally drawing money from Hamilton county while Probate Judge, stands uncontradicted. The Enquirer gives da)' and date and sums of the amount illegally taken by Noyes at $1,294.50. The Noves' organs all over the State endorse this steal of their master. Now, to tho voters of Vinton county we would say: Do not vote for a man on the Noyks State, District or County Ticket, because all endorse the steal, and would encourage Noyes to steal more, should he be re-elected Governor, nnd have an opportunity, just as Grant and his Congress did after ho was re-elected last fall. Our Candidate for Representative. It is reported to us that Milt. Bat, the candidate on the $100,000- a-term extra Grant ticket, is using all manner of means to get Demo cratic votes. He has the impudence to go about and ask Democrats to vote for Notes or Delano by voting for him for Representative. No Democrat, who believes in the prin ciples of the Democratic party and who desires to witness the over- throw of the Salary Grabbers and thieves that have obtained power in this Government, can maintain his principles or party organization un less he votes for tho Democratic candidate for Representative. This is the office where principle is at stake. Haukiron Lyle, the peoples' can didate for Representative, is an in dustrious, hard-working machanic, and an intelligent and honest citi zen. All Democrats and honest Republicans, who desire to have reform in governmental afi'uirs will Htand together in the support of Mr. Lyle, the peoples' candidate. The election of Bat would be a vote in the Legislature for one of the grand rascals and Salary-grab defenders, Notes and Delano, for United States Senator. Democrats and Republicans, bear this in mind when you go to the polls. Does Milt Bay Endorse It? Notes charged and unlawfully took $1,294.50 for making tho re port of births and deaths for Ham ilton county, whiio lie was Probate Judge. Docs Milt Rat endoruo that unlawful stealing? Certainly. Will tho voters of Vinton county cast their ballots for Bat, when they know he supports dishonest men? Tub latest returns from the Maine election divide the new House into 108 Republicans, Democrats, and 5 Independ ents. Last year the House was divided in 128 Republicans, 21 Democrats, and 2 Independ ents. Thus it will be seen that the Democrats nre gaining ground even in that benighted, pine-clad region. Filthy Blackguard. We propose to treat the can didates on the opposition county licket as respectable gentlemen. Simply because a few of their fellow Republicans have placed them in nomination, it does not follow that we have undivided liberty to gather up low, vtilgar terms to apply when speaking of them ; and most certainly we have no disposition to do so. Far from it ! Common decency, self-respect, neighborly feeling and manly motives ought to prompt the mulish creature who has control of the opposition organ although that control is against the wishes of nine tenths of that party in the county, becanso he is naturally despised to adopt-, the same rule ; but he seems to lack the amenities of a gentleman in ev ery respect. The creature can not do otherwise than abuse or grossly misrepresent somebody. It is in the low brute and it must come out ; and if he can't throw it in the face of a Demo crat, he will sling it into the face of a friend. Now, it is well known by the voters in the coun- that the Democratic County licket is composed of gentle men whq are favorably known for honor, integrity and sobriety. 1 rom top to bottom no fault can be urged against a single man. Yet the sneaking creature goes to the cess-pool, drags out from the mire ol filthy epithets, all sorts of terms and applies them to candidates on our ticket old citizens of this county. It is humiliating in the extreme to know that without the slight est cause or reason respectable men are to be thus treated. Shame on such a creature! And shame to men who will thus indulge in it and endorse it. Go to the polls and vote early. Don't trade votes. very Filthy Blackguard. Gen. Cary at Zaleski. On last Thursday night the school house nt Zaleski was filled with an attentive audience, com posed mostly of working men, to hear Gen. S. F. Cary, who opened the campaign in Madison township with one of the ablest speeches ever made by this gifted and talented orator. Tho meeting was called to order by Solomon Shipley, one of the Advisory Committee of that township, and upon whose motion Okville Gl'nnixo was called to the chair. Gen. Gary spoke two and a half hours in his usual forcible style, and was attentively listened to throughout. His arguments and exposures of tho corruption, extruv- cgance and theiving of the present administration were unanswerable and elicited frequent outbursts of applause. All those who were present were supplied with food for reflection. We are sorry that every working man and larmer in this county did not hear the speech. a Half Time. Owing to the sus pension of the many banking hous es, which were organised under the Radical Administration, the work men along the line of tho Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad, and in the Car Shops at Zaleski, are now com polled to work but one-half of the time three days in a week. This order was received by the employ ces on Sunday night last, and took effect on Monday. We deeply re gret to see laboring men thrown out of employment at this season the year especially. Democrats of Vinton County. If you would have the Patriotic Statesman, A. G. Thurrnan, elected to the United States Senate, vote for Harrison Lyle, for Representa five. Lyle knows what you need, and will labor, if elected, for the good of all. See that every Demo crat votes against the man Bay, who represents the interests of the rich, and of corporations, and in dorses the Grant Salary Grabbers. COMMUNICATED. Information Wanted. The Vinton Record will confer favor upon some Republican voter by telling us what was the matter with T, M. Bay's oyes when came home from tho Legislature last spring. Be honest, Raper, and tell. REPUBLICANS. The Vinton Recoi'd, of Septcm teniber 25, 1873, said: ' "Occasionally we say something that makes some lliin-Hkinneu suo scriber mad. und lie conies in and stops his paper." How do the subscribers of the Vinton County Grant organ like be called "thin-skinned." ,"Thin BkinneduLscalb"'1'"' 1 1 COMMUNICATED. Rapcr says that he "don't know this E. R. Ogan." Ho knew enough of him to con nect his name with some of his dir ty lies. Now, "Johr,'' we propose to let you know, ns you said in your lust issue, that you were "going to seek for some more 'knowledge' who this E. R. Ogan is." He is a member of the Christian Union Church, an old resident of this county, strictly religious, ma king himself nn ornament in socie ty by his upright walk and godly conversation, respected by all the good people of every class,a man who speaks the truth and lies "not ; a man who delight in seeing bad per sons reform and often counsels them to forsake bad company and leave off their vile habits. If "John" is not beyond redemp tion, he would do well to give Mr. Ogan a call, and I well know that he would plead with "John" to leave off tlint vile und dirty habit of lying, and that, too, for the benefit A. O. K. COMMUNICATED. There were several Eagle Town ship Democrats in town last week. They feel under many obligations to the ring for getting Wat Pilcher to represent them in the County Convention. Vinton llecord. Rapcr, those "several Democrats" was "Bill" Yaple, the man whom slaughtered last fall to got votes for Kalerand Holland. Oh, "John!" you dirty, filthy liar ! EAGLE TOWNSHIP. COMMUNICATED. Last week's llecord contains a letter from tho pen of Marybus llamden Furnace. While Marybus, son-in-law of T. M. Bay, was wri ting his communication no doubt the remaining nine of the ten spo ken of was engaged in prayer as they all seem to be religious; if it were not so, they would havo published their letter in some political paper, and uot that Religious Journal "The Vinton Recon." $300,000,000. While the Administration papers of Ohio, are reminding their read ers of the " bloody war," of the old wornoustory of "rebel Democrats," will they say something about the $2,000,000 taken from the Treasury in the Salary Grab by a Republican Congress, a Repub'ican Senate and a Republican President? Tell them why tho President pardoned Hodge, who stole from the people $450,000. Tell them why it requires $300,000,000 to carry on the Gov ernment now, when before the war it only required $70,000,000. Spell it right out nnd let the people know something atiout these evils. They have had enough of " bloody war," and now want to put a stop to this "bloody extravagance" of the peo ples' money. Remember what Gen. Cary said in his speech at Zaleski, last Thursday night, and vote all these plunderers out of power. At a large Convention in Cin cinnati a few days ago, resolutions were adopted calling on Governor Notes to pay back to Hamilton county over twelvp hundred dollars illegally drawn from the county while Probate Judge, A failure to do so, the Prosecuting Attorney was directed to commence proceedings against li bail, MEDICINES. of ho to Jowaro of Counterfeits I JOB MOSES' nwSEkytiSS Art t(wWl COPWIfjrMI'm, lHiHanut Dnw'U ndmuarla til llu cmmUrSiili to makt grrattr maUl. Tl, imuim, Aou (A. u Jb ftforMts M K fmknf. All vkm an worlAfaM fnilMliou, Th OKNIIIKI PllUtraanUlinf in Uiaeonof all thoM ptiRiul and danwRxu diarana to which tb fmJ tionaiitution ii ubjaoL Thar uiwlant til immiti and eura all iiiiiprMaloii of Uiamaaaea whueaaaad li told, Inflammation, or duaaao. In all oaaaa ol .Vomxu and Bpiual Afloutluiia, Palna in tba Baak au.l Uraba, Kallsua on alight Martina, Palpitation. f the Hoart, Hj.tarlca and Whita, that will affaat cira wbon all other niaana bava falUd, and although turf powerful, contain noUiinA liorUul to Uit woat a.-lcAioounitttution. ' Circular in Knaliih Oarmaa and French arotud null bold, liToa full direction and adTlce. I'lm iiknijinr I'illaaraaoldatmostdroaitorM.bnl il y air aniririat cannot enppur tba oinuini. do not Mi.Tin icii to accept any eonnianeit or bofua ar- hut "lld One Dollar to the aola nninri.lm ' l.h J " 'fx, IS I'ortlandt Htraet, Mew York, with nam . and a bottle of the (Htxnraa Pilla eecnrcl and aa (ol, aoked in plain wrappers will be lent by return ji v.uriMM omue m wnicn vim wit. i i rntd nm afc RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. MlYAX'a PULMONIC WAFEB Onre Oooaiia.doi.iia, Ahtiima, Buonchitis, 8ou Ihhoat, lloAMirnta, Dirvuiin.T Hhiathikgi.Iii. OIPIIHT COXIUMFTIOM AND LtTMO) DiaKAIM. They bare no ta-to of medicine, and anr child will take) tnern. Thoueenrfa hare been reetored to health that bad before deepaired. Teetimnnr ffiTen In hundreds of oaiae. Auk for It H VAN'S PULMONIC WAFKRS. Prior. 35 rpnm per box. JOU MOoKS, Propria. Uir. HMWtlandt Street, New York. THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. iMXAMAnnrc'B upecific puxs. Prepared bf J. G A It A N( U K.KK No. 814 Hue Lombard, Peril. Thaeo pltli are hla-lilf rooommanded by the an lira Medloal Facultrol Kranoe aa the Terr brat remed other remn.liaa fall, and hare been uand with aatnnlan i and in eucoeM br tba leading- Frenob I'hreleiane during tun iin-E .4 roars, rtunuiiiva oi Jtuwice in earn DOZ. w will be Bent Free to anr sadraei, I'rlca SI Peri ' ', on receipt of price br anr adrertiaed A rent, OHO AH (I. MOHKH, til UflBTUKDI bl., HnW Vou. nole Uenarel Agent t or A merlon. IIOX. Bent Df mall. Mrwr.fv aralrrl trim all a Aim-. A BOOK FOR THE MUAAOTX I TT 4 n ,(...l''lleCee1,lerlethe eMneaBfcai ah jMtrrud or tboM about niftrrv ttm tht tibvaltlmloil Guido. tttjittrtti nd ctreUlloiiiftf IlihaialUetl if Lean, wllh I ha UUil dlMOTtrtM lit ttrodunltix and pravtBliag off.pr.Qf, bow io iirtitrr tba fli.tnoltilon, Aa. ThliLi o lnwrilB work of tw It and rod ul vlilr fiMM.wUtl nuicroui tu ravioli, ut tjoiuJaa vtloablo iiforattloi for idom who ar iuarrld,robUnpUUMtr rl. Still III book tntoub la iW kapluBortofJl uiilktf, in 4 notUld ortltMly buHhhoBM. li tdotftlD Iht tiportuM ftdrloo r liTllo4a ikiM ranuialloa ! world-w Id t. II. honld la tao nr. vita draw.rof ?try tail and rBialtariiihnltlinirf raeai arort thiol aa tat auhlMt a f tha eta ritlva Milam ib at li worta kMwUf.Mi; wwhWai It am nubifi-had la anr albtr work. Ho i to aar ant (fraa of Dailaai, far FlftT Otalf lull lai Artdraailrr. HaiU DUpawarjr.Ko, 13 . BI4firM It. UuU.Mt .JTotlct to tha Affllotetl tnl tfn&rtnnjiU Ktrora applrlflf la tha aaiariaw qaMtri h adrarllM la tublla tBiri,ar miIor aoy ajaaaa rtiaadlao atraia Dr iitta' work na w attar wbatf aardtaaaaa li, ar law 4aplar ablarour aoadltlaa. Ir. Balta aaaonlta a loabla fcaiaa af twta.r-aat-a raomaii lindane! by aentoiha Mail aalabratad aaaO aalirofaiioraoribliaauBUrlnd turaaalaadaaa baaaa I ul lad partonallr ar by a.all, oa ibodliaaaaa aiaatloaad la rfcijiv ji ti aoa uaiiaai, a mui, an wuraii upn ana pariaro, nw. ii Kiiota iWft a The enormous bundles of goods daily leaving the Stol?e of J. W. WILCOX, llamden, Ohio, Is abundant proof that the cash system is a success, and the excitement is still increasing. I have just opened a large and complete stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HOOTS nnd SHOES, HATS and CAPS, &c, Cheaper than ever. I call special attention to my Stock of Boots and Shoes. I keep a full line of custom made Boots and Shoes from the justly celebrated factory of Prichard, Smith &. Co., Cincinnati, O. Every pair made by hand, and warrented to give satisfaction. Ladies, Misses ' and Children Calf and Morrocco Shoes, sewed and pegged equal to any shop work made in this county. Alse keep a full line of the celebrated Wal ker Boots. All of the above goods will be sold on a very close margin, for cash. Don't buy a auction Boot or Shoe with paper counters and insoles because they appear cheap ; but come and look at genuine honest work before making purchases elsewhere. Best Prints, 11 cts. Best Muslin, 12 eta. . All wool filling Jeans, 50 cts., best in the counA for the money. Thirty inches Flannel, all wool, 35 cts. Soil finish Bleached Muslin, only 15 cts. Bleeched Muslin, 8, 9, 10, 12 J, 11 and 15 cts. Quilt Lining, 9 cts. Lancaster Ginghams, 15 cts. Best Check, only 20 cts., sold elsewhere at 2530 cts. The cheapest clothing ever offered in the county. Men's Chinchilla Coats, Only SB5. A splendid line of striped Shawls at $3, 3 50, 4, 5, 6 50 and 7 50. A large stock of Notions, Hosiery and Gloves. The best stock of Embroidiers ever brought to Vinton coun ty,for 10, 12, 15, 16 2-3, 20, 25, 30, 33, 35, 37 40,50 and 75 cts. Retailing groceries at wholesale prices. Best A Sugar 12 cts. Best Yellow Sugar 11 cts. Good Browu Sugar 10 cts. Best Rio Coffee 28 cts. Good Rio Coffee 25 cts. Rice 10 cts. Four bars; Bells Soap 25 cts. Eleven bars Crampton Soap, $1. "A penny saved is a penny earned." Don't take any man's word,but come and see for yourselves. If vou want to' get rich and be happy buy your goods of JOHN W. WILCOX, IIAMDZN OIIIO. Bans JOSEPH S. HTJHN, has re moved his HARDWARE STORE """HL CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK, III OHLT 8T07I KAS1 WITH SLIDING OVEN DOORS. Fftttntsd lib. 2 and Bft. 31,1869. Stoves, AND House IP x r ni sh ing G-oods! llli stork of COOK INT. 8TO VKH a not surnuil by nnv store outnlilo or tho cltli'a. Thoia wishing tn Ht up house ktoiliif, will llml vvarythliifr they nuwl to riirtilnh a kltchun, in linn Ki i'iiiiv lurreiueii iHi'iiition tai tiin niniiiiini litre oi imwitrf, unci win nil orders rroma, diamine nt WlloU'.Aly: VliiVHK- Dealers will llml it to their (tdvantityv to puruliase warc of him. , Simutiiiu' ami IloclliiH rioiio with unutufHH Hlo, niil llie boat rtlOAMNiJ WAX in the luariiet, (ie sure to call OH llliu before ixt .imaine' elrivwliinu. Two iluurs Kfet t tliu IVt-pUli (i, JuljHO.lhiS-tr, 1,1 Sufla? SHOULD "GEM OF 34 Pages!!! MUSIC EX12I.LI2NT, MOSTLY NEW, Price 5 Cents. 6 Cents Post Published by D, Dealera in Mt. lira re. To the "Dodge Build ins, dast of the iPost-Ofilce, Where he is closing1 out hiu STOCK OF HARDWARE. At Great Bargains, With a View of MAKIN& A SPECIALTr OF Tinware, ninl (ll.nnti'li. All kinds uf FRUIT CA'.u ... IS' '.. . Si 1Mb SEND FOR PRAISE;!! A. LONG NISEI) ED HOOK. - paid, or $5 00 per Hundred.. II, BALDWIN ' & CO., Flanoa and Org-miw, . 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