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ltellnlom and Clinrl'ntiln Notices free.
JLAtPOOL, MACKEV & CO.,
Corner Paint an! Water Stroots,
GEORGE P. HOWELL & CO.,
, 40 Prak Row, Now York,
S.M.PETTINGILL & CO.,
37 Park Row, Now York,
Aro our 801.1! Agents In Hi it oltv, unit arc
'imthnriwd to contract for advertisim at our
MotiE snow fell on Saturday last.
Tlio weather is quito warm now.
Tiifl Roads in this county aro un
usually good for this soason of Hi
Court. T ho Spring Term of tho
Vinton County Court of Common
iMeas will begin on Monday, Feb
The wells in this town and vicin
ity continUo to bo "very dry." As
thcro has boon but littlo rain tins
vintcr, there is a scarcity of water
in many parts of tho county.
From tho Daily Beacon of Jan. 21
Wo team that an invitation has
jecn extended to tho , editorial fra
tornity to hold tho Editorial-Convention,'
this yoar, nt Akron, Ohio.
It is ft Ion distance. olV, but wo'll
Volo for Akron.
Survkvino. '1'ho attention cf tho
yicoplo of Vinton comity is directed
Xo tlio card of McDonald Lottbiuoe,
"Surveyor of Vinton count', in an
othcr' part of to-day's paper. The
numerous, pooplo of this county can
boast of having a most competent
and Accommodating Surveyor, who
is provided with a first-class Coin
Jpas. ' '
For Fino Perfumery, go to Sis
son's Drug Store.
Tiifc Industrial' Tress fur January
is on our table. It is a paper devo
tod to tho publication of all facts af
fecting Manutacturing) Scientific or
Invontivo ' Intercuts, Household
Economy, Educational, etc., etc.
"Only 81 per yoar. Knight Broth
ers, Publishers, Cincinnati, Ohio.
There was u very quiet rain tstorm
ttbout 4 o'clock on Tuosday morn
ing, which was prcccodod by heavy
Ihunder. Tlio snow is slowly dis
appearing. C. AV. Saylor removod to Jack
Bon last Monday, whero ho is en
gaged in tho jewelry business.
Foundry lor Sale.
A FOITNDKV-, rtolnB A vory Inro btielllOBS, Bit
MiitoiUn Southern Ohio, 111 bll'ercil for iialeon
nucoiint of a illsni;reomont between imrtnei's.
A one-lmll'or tho wholo Intorost In siiM r'oumlry
"Will bo dolil ut ft bargain. I'artloj dialling fur
Ihor Inl'ornintion, can obtain H hy rorrosilond
lngwlththo ldlltorof Xmjulra; llo.Vitliur.O.
Our Agent at Wilkesville
II. E. Soui.e, of Wilkcsvillo, is
lieroby appointed Agout for tho
Democratic Enquirer in that Town
hip and in tho adjoining counties,
llo will collect amounts duo on sub
Bcrintions. at nrosont Club rales, ro-
coivo Iho names of now subscribers
at Club rales, &c., and deliver tho
Thurman Ticturcs to thoso entitled
Blanks for Justices and
Our assortment of Blanks for
.tiistUios of tho Peace, Attorneys,
and Constables is complete "Wo
Imvo nrintcd every kind ot iium
that Wo Hi ink aro used by any
township ofliccr or attorney in V in
ton or adjoining counties. Conio
and soo our largo assortment of
nrlirnrtlseinont of III' llllllh' DlNDOIl
miry, Uoiulfl Book for tbo XlUina-JIARRU UK
GUIDB-l" another column! Jt thould bo rrad
"Ten Nights in a Barroom."
Tho Mechanic's Dramatic
Association played tho great
moral drama, "Ton Nights in a
Bar-Room," at tho Court
Ilonso in this place, on last
Saturday evening. "We . were
glad to see smch a well filled
house, n9 it was decidedly the
best exhibition of tho kind
that has ever visitf-d our place.
The parts were all well acted,
and everybody well pleased,
and altogether it was decidedly
a success, and wo hope they
will visit us again.
It is said that tho shock of an
earthquake was distinctly felt in
this town and immodiulo vicinity
about 3 o'clock on Friday morning
SHOCKEY HOUSE, McArthur, O.,
Jan. 25, 1871.
Editor Enquirer: I wish to in
form tho people through your col
umns that two young mon, giving
their names as Daniel Joico and
William Jennings, and stating that
their rcsidonco was Logan, Hocking
county, Ohio, called at this Houbo
and spoko for two days' boarding.
They remained over night, and after
breakfast tho next morning "lit out"
for parts unknown, loaving their
bills unpaid. I wish to say that if
theso individuals do not send the
amount of thoir bills SI each I
will givo them a further and moro
J. SHOCKEY, Prop'r.
Such is the title of a 1G
page illustrated monthly, pub
lished by Winchell and Small,
113 Fulton St., New York.
Wild Oat3 is the most comical
paper we know of. The illus
trations arc laughable and a-
musing, and the jokes are fresh,
and well calculated to promote
a hearty laugh.' 1,00 a year
or 10 cents a number.
Wiikn you subscribo for a paper
published outside your own county,
you always pay for it in advance.
Can't you bo as liberal to your own
county paper? Try.
The truo soorot of ourthly hap
piness is to enjoy ploasuro ns they
arise, for that man who can keep
his eyes upon tho bright present,
while it is bright, tastes tho cup of
sweetness prepared for him ; but we
aro prono to look forward to dark
objects while wo should bo enjoying
thoso that aro moro ngrccablo.
Godey's Lady's Book for Februa
ry is promptly upon our table. It
Bhould bo in tho hands of all tho la
dies in America. Its staff of writors
for 1S71 is very brilliant, with every
thing clso to correspond. Terms
$1 a year; two copies, 85. L. A.
Godey, Publisher, Philadelphia, Pa.
Tho Lady's Book and tho Signal
one year, 84.25.
Jajies Quinn, a resident of Mc
Arthur Station, was run ovor by
two cars and instantly killed nonr
tho Station, on Monday last.
The Small Fruit Recorder
and Cottage Gardener.
The January Number of this
paper is on our table, in an en
tire new dress and enlarged
form. Its best recommend is
that speaks for itself. Every
jover of a good garden, of veg
etables and fruits or the beau
tiful, fragrant flowers, should
send for a Specimen Number.
Tho Editor hss over two hun
dred acres in fruits and flow
ers, and should therefore, be
able to fill its pages with the
most practical matter, and,
judging by the January Num
ber before us, ho seems to be
fully competent for tho task.
It is a Sixteen Pago "Monthly,
at only Ono Dollar per year.
Edited by A. M. Purdy, Pal
myra, N. Y., to whom all com
munications for tho paper, or a
specimen copy, bhould bo addressed.
Remember tho meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Gallipolifl, Mc
Arthur & Columbus Railroad, at
Gallipolifl, on tho 14th inst., for tho
election of a Board of Directors.
Let every stockholder doublo his
subscription to tho capital stock, as
it is money that will build tho road.
Axonci-Kotlo bimliiCHJ) man liiivlnp; capital
nl $! ,0iK),or moro, l wantod us (tono liulf tutor
i M p ti't nor In tlio Foundry UusIiicbs. Foundry
(l.iin.'a vorylui'Ko IiiihIiichj i sllimtoil wltlilu a
few lie I of railroad lu Southern Ohio. Kor
full iiirtiiMlnrii.iulilroHii the Editor of Xnqvlw
) Mi-Arthur, Ohio,
The Enquirer Manual and
This reliable'statistical work
for 1871 has j list been received
at this office. It contains 118
closely printed pages. The fol
lowing arc among its contents:
Vote of Ohio for 1870 by
townships, counties and Con
gressional Districts; vote of all
the States in thg Union by
counties; popular vote for
President by States from 1828
to 1832, inclvsive, when Jack
son was a candidate; Constitu
tion of tho United States;
homestead for soldiers act;" the
military election law; value of
foreign coins; Chronology of
the French-Prussian "War; for
eign States and their rulers;
State officers of Ohio, Indiana
and Kentucky; lists of mem
"bers of the Legislatures of
Ohio and Indiana; names of
this and tho next Congress;
stamp duties; population of the
United States by States and
comities under the census of
1870; political complexion of
tho Legislatures of different
States; agricultural statistics;
household recipes; an astro
nomical calender. There is
hardly a political topic where
this Manual is not indispensa
ble for reference. Thoso who
want it had better send in their
orders early, as otherwise tho
edition may be exhausted
This very valuable book of ref
erences is now for sale at the
Enquirer office arid will be de
livered to any part of the
country post-paid on receipt of
20 cents. Each subscriber to
the Cincinnati Weekly Enqui
rer for one year will get one of
these Manuals free.
The Advanc'k has entered
ou the fourth year of its exis
tence under most favorable
auspices. Its popularity has
increased with each year, and
it now stands in the front rank
of American Religious Jour
nals. It is able, candid and
independent in its editorials,
full and fresh in it3 Church
News of all denominations,
very attractive in its Children's
Department; in fact it embra
ces in its columns Agricultu
ral, Scientific, Commercial, and
Literary a complete summa
ry of current news of the day,
which, with correspondence
from all parts of the globe,
make it one of the most com
plete and attractive family pa
pers ever published.
Among the premiums it is
now offering the Advance
Chromo of Henry Ward Beech
er for every three new sub
scriptions. The Advance Com
pany of Chicago aro publishers.
Trie Zalcski Co. will erect anoth
er Hotel, upon tho Lindsloy IIouso
sito, during tho coming Spring and
The Chesapeake and Ohio
The Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad, which will irive 'Cin
cinnati the shortest possible
route to tlio Atlantic, will bo
completed accordinc to official
calculation, by July, 1S72.
Tlio directors report that the
difficulties of obtaining labor
have been overcome. The
final location of tho whole line
has been fixed as follows:
Leavinc tbo nresent western
terminus at the White Sulphur
Springs, it follows tho left side
of tho valley of Howard's
Creek to Greenbrier Kiver; it
then passes along the left bank
of tho Greenbrier ono and a
half miles, and crosses to the
right bank; it then follows the
right side for cigot and a third
miles, and rccrosscs to the left
bank; it then follows the left
side for about eighteen imlcs,
and again crosses to tho right
bank, and continues on the
right side to the junction with
New Itivcr, and thence along
Few River to Miller's Ferry,
whera it crosses to the left or
south bank. From this point
it continues on tho south sido
of New River and the Kana
wha to .the mouth of Scary
Creek, it then ascends the' val
ley of Scary Creek and passes
through Teay's Valley to that
of Mud River, and having
crossed that river twice, it en
ters tho valley of the Gnyan
dotte near the town of Bnr
boursville. It then follows the
north hide of that valley to
near the town of Guyandotte,
where it crosses the river and
enters tho valley of the Ohio,
and follows it an tho left side
to the western terminus at the
mouth of the Pig Sandy Riv
er. Construction contracts have
been given out for over four
millions of dollars.
Isaac Clark, 1T1T, ) Bnfor B. W. Ki'lch.J.
iitfuiuxt hi., of Ollnton Town-
William lluriiex, Den I ship, Vinton Co., O.
ON Urn 21lhilav of Deeemlmr, 1ST0, HuiilJim
Ikv Is'iioil an order of attachment in the
above notion for the sum of ninety-lour dol
lars. ISAAC CLaKK.
January 85, 1871-8W
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
On and after Dec. 25, 1870, Trains will
run as follows:
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l4 x 3u i i if r -f ri m ai-i e;
?5 M i j 52s31 J X
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I-1- v is irj CO SI ffl t-t i- it 2
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w.'j.c i- J. jjsi-si;-
( I VCIWATI KXI'llI- will run dally.
All "KliorTriilMS iliillv, oxi'i pt Kitnilav.
CINCINNATI KXIMIKSH r,.HT makes no
stop bi'twiMMi Ilimiili'ii anil A 1 1 1 mis.
1.901'. M. 11:110 a.m.
1..M " 7.0H "
i i't " 1()..V. "
7.51) A. M. 12.-10 . H.
10:10 " 4-.:V) "
io 60 " n.io "
Trains Connect at Loveland
Fornll iol ills on tin-l.ittln Mlnnit lt iilroivl, mid
at the ludi inapolN .tciiu'innali Ilailroad Junc
tion fur all poiuU West.
W. W. PEABODY,
W. W. PEABODY, Master of Transportation.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
From O0LUMBD8 (via Athona) to PORTSMOUTH
Over the Cbluiabns & Hocking Valley and
Marln'ta Cinolmiatl Rail Roa la,
t. I Going Wont.
No. 3 No. 2 No. 4
I'. Ml I.KAVE. A.M. P. M
3 ii Atlieni :X f-:M
8SH Hallna 6:5.-1 1:111
4 U!' NelMinvllle 7:1H 11:11
4 5'.' llavilenvilleli'l'J 2:HII
4 111 Ltafun T:4! 8:43
8 3s Snj;ur Oi-ovoSdH 8:10
5 IK riiaeastor . .81 8:211
6 OX Wliiehoster tldK 4 -.0H
fl.Vi lii'oveport . t) :2! 4 :1H
05b! tollllillnirt..lO;ll) '1:,V)
rollliiiblH,... 8 (Ml
V iiiehesler.. 8 11
lUiicustur, . , . II Jit
Huirnr tlrovu. !
l.iiKiin 1UI 'J
Car on tlic Hin) A.M. Train runs throuuh to
PorUinoiith without chanuo, urrivin at Mi-Ar-I
hur at nt lit :'-1 1'. M. i null fur for the 1 -JIU V. M.
Train from I'urbiiiioiilh for tohiinbiu urrlvcH
ut MeArihurut 12:07 1'. M.
(; onecotmocl ohm mm o nt I-nirnmor lurcir-
clnvllle, Xant'HvilUi, aiiiliill polutH on tho Ciu
einnati it MuskliiKUin Valley Kiiilwav.
Dlrtii.t eoiiiieellon innjlo ntOolumhus for l)ny-toiiHprlnn-iU'M,
Imlianapolbi, Cliieni;o, ami nil
points Wimti iiIho, for (Cleveland, Ilutl'alo, I'll I s
hiii'K, l'lillaaelphla, New York, and all points
( iinni'i'llnim miulo lit I.nann hv hot h Trill ns
with nil Trillin lor Ktmltivlllo and all DoinU
ou tlio Straits vlllo Braiu h.
J. w. uoiircuTi ,
E. A. Ilrni.I.,Gon'lTlekot Aii'U
CH ILLl COT HE, OHIO.
TIlIHlTbtel.a few foot from the Ttiillrond
IH'polatiil wliero all traveler upon nil
trill tiMfum take ineiim.iinii JUKI iM'rn Kroniy
enlarued and thoronhly repaired, painted,
I I.. ...... I n,.ml, ,ll. ..nllll f.l t ltfl r.la
eentlon ofitiuwU. nirrriilnMHtop ten mln-
n .. . .1.. KV ABB'tlM u niiirrj A KIP
UTtm lOV lU"lim. l r.U.n Miri.n
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN, - Proprietor.
rpiIISHniiKt'.tonnorly tho Ishftm ITouse.linit
X boon inoroiiKiiiy loiioTitwi'i im-muli-fiilly
furnished. Hiivhm superior fnellltles,
'...11. 1... i oi n In, ilmiH tniniLlie iruestn eom-
fortahlo. Tublo nlwnyn miiiplli'd with best
market affords. N'eely fiirnlslicil Itoonip nnd
eleiuiost, Hod O Hid StiibleK. t.vory oin.rt
Hindu for Hie com fort of patrons. All oluii'tfes
rpma IIol.nl Is tn tlm most convenient par
x or tnf eiiy ''iu r rem niit,unvwtu .um
hot Ana Jouorioii.
S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOIT,
A I. T, CASES entrusted to htm will rceelvo
pmmpt mid careful iittoiiti.in, at reasonable
fee. OKKIL'K On Main at.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PIItSIOIAN AND SUR&E01T
SrF.CIAT, nttfliitlon glvon to the performance of Bar
(Illloe-Wltli II. II Biebon. M. n.. In nonmss'
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J. M. McGILLIVRAY,
ATTOBUEY A.rC XjJT,
(Proeoutlng Attorn' y of Vinton Cunnty,)
WIMj attend promptly to any business
Klven to his carp and maiiiinement In
uny Court of Vinton andudjoiulng counties.
Ukfick in tho Court llouso. 13-tf
CHARLES W. Q 1ST,
Attorney at Law ani Notary Mile,
WILL attend all leirnlbiislnesH entrusted to
hiHcare. Supply of Ulimk Deeds and
Mort!?:iHa alwnys on hand. OKi'iCJC No. 12
west wing HiilnPrlilKO Hloelc. tf
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
TVTTOiaisric-y jrv law,
(OKKICK, form'.-rly occupii'd by 1). 8. PANA.)
A7"It-I. prnctloo In Rnm, Vinton, ami aillolnlnn
1 V t'oiinili'S. All lenal biwlnvaii untmstvd to bis
mire aoniilly attonilvil to. 8S-tt
D. B SHIVEL,
ATTOE1TEY AT LAW
Will attend nromptlydo nil lejtnl hiishiC!
eiiirusieti to him cure in vmion nun niijoimug
counties. Officio In tlio Itecordei'sOPiie.
HOMER C. JONES,
ATTOB3STEY AT LAW,
OFKICK 1st noon West of linn. Will Bros.
Kspeciiil attention given to thucollectlon
B. R. HIGGINS & BRO.,
MA 11 RLE MONU3IEXTS,
MANTLES, FUBNITURE, &c.,&c.,
COOI assortment of JIarblo constantly on
J liiind. All kinds of
Cemetery Wo v k
Uone to order in the fluent stylo. SI
O. D. IIxVWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OIIIO.
RKI'fM'NF.NTH tlm follow-In
FlltK INSUHANCK COMl'ANIICS:
ETNA, of Hartford, Conn.
U N DE W R ITERS, Now York.
FRANKLIN, West Va.
And the follovviiiK
MKK IN-SUItAXCK COMPANY:
NATI'N'L IIFEc5 HOME, of N. York.
fifff Policies Issued on reasonable ternm.
Dr. S. S, D0LLIS0N,
X 323 3J TIST.
IS now prepared for nil Kinds of Dental
work, whk'li lie will do
From 10 to 25 por Cent Lower
than any Dentist lit Vinton or any of tho ad-
11 is woi-K itiian uu givo satismenou, uuu anu
flfyiOO years a upcrct
B'- V-Oiires us by inaule
ilrf"l.(Hi0 ivernoiis tiMtily
uo i'aln, wounds, and sud'erlnp; cenc
fftl'l'livslelaiis iixu and rcuouiiiicnd it
uij. tj,(Hl puts ordered daily lor liosiiitals and
piiimc iniiiuuiioiisiu an pans 01 tno u,o.
For nil Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Bores, Ulcers,
Cmiron, noro Mppies,atm broken jireusis,
Cliapned l.lps and Hands, Eruptions,
.Cbllblalim, lilies or biliitfs, of iu
IH A WONOKliFL'L tUUB FOB TILES. "R
All lnirglsts overywliero soil it,
DON'T BE ONE DAY-
WITHOUT IT IN THE HOUSE.
"Costni's" lint, Bench, Ac, Exterminators.
"t ostar's" (ikiuiu; nou-iiug r.xir.
"Ceit'il-'s" (only puru) Insect Powder.
"Culiir's"(onlv dure reiued) Corn Solvent.
UH-Bold evei-y where.
I " COSTAR CO., Sin Centre St. N. Y.
For Sale at Sisson's Drurj; Store.
Tho Bilvorliser, having been permanently
........l ni'.l...t .1 .iit.il .1 (ifnin. I :inillliiiil.l.iii v a
alnipla remedy, Is anxious to mnke known to
Ills IOIIOW suuerern niu incaii. ui mini, xv nil
WHO ilesll'O II, nu will iKjiiu nuopy in inn pic
. .. ., .......I !... ....f aI.i,.... t mulll. II.a .1I....M
SCripLlOll USUU III.'.'". ..l,i.tHv,r ....i, vi. c llliw
lions for preparinguud using the saiiie, which
tiiey will Ibid a sure Uuro for Consumption,
Asthma, Uiimo.hltls, Ac.
Partlea wishing the preaerlptlon will plcuso
address Kov. KDWA IM) A. W1I.80N.
))-ly ItijO'JUlU WJWU'i , w jiiiaiiiMMii'Kii, i
NEW SCALE 1'IANOS,
WITH IRON FKAMK.
Oversti unir llassund Agrall'oUridge.
Tho Best Manufactured.
Warranted for Six Years.
will dispose nflnj Planus, Alolodenns, ami Or
gans of six II rut class linkers, iiioliuliiijr Chlek
nriiH! Son's at extrcnielv low prices, for eiish,
during this ininith, or will tako from V to Si-)
iniinfhly uiilil paid. Illustrated catalog ue.8
Warerooms, 481 Broadway, N. J.
The Waters' Pianos are known as among tho
very best. N. Y. KvangMnt.
We can apeak of themorltsof tho Waters'
Pianos from personal knowledtto as being ol
the very bust oimlity. ChrMiun Jiiulliyencer.
The Waters' Pianos aro built of the best and
most thoroughly seasoned inulorlul. zlcwcute
Our friends will find nt Waters storo tho very
best assortment of pianos, melodeons and or
gans to he found iu tlio United btates.-tfra-
Horace Waters, 4S1 Broadwav, Is finned for
the excolenee of his planoa arid organs. Ett
Tho Wnt rs' piano rank with the best manu
factured in A merlon. Tht Iiulepmitnl,, Y.
Jli sie-AL Doikoh. Slueo Sir. Wnt'rs itavo up
publishing sheet iiiusio hollas devote(fall his
eauilalnnd atteiition to the iniinufai'tiiie mid
sale ot I'iaaos Melodians. He bus fust issued a
catalogue of his new instruments, giving a new
scale of pric.es.w liieli shows a marked reduction
from former rates, and his pianos have recent
ly been nwardod the tlrt premium nt several
Fairs. Slany people of the present day, who
are attracted, if not confused of the flaming ad
vertisements of rival piano houses, probably
overlook n modest manufacturer like Mr. Wa
ters; but wo happen to know that his instru
ments oh rnod him a good reputation longbeforo
Kxpositlona and "honors" connected therewith
were ever thought of; Indeed we have one of
Air. waters' rinno f ortes now In our residence
(where it lias stood for years! of which anv
inimilfiictiire in tile world might he proud. We
have always been delighted with it as a sweet
toned and powerful instrument, and there i no
doubt of Itsdurablility; more than this, some
ol the best iniiiiloiir players in the city, ns well
us several celebrated pianists, hiivo performed
on the said piano, and nil pr iiiouuco it a supe
rior and Ibst class instrument. Htronger evi
denocwo could not givo. JJonn Juurnal, 1(1
OAERIAGE AND WAGOiM G50P.
TPHE undPi signed would respect full v Inform
A t he public that ho is prepared to 1111 all
oiuers iu mis iiuo, hucu as,
Buggies, spring and farmWagns,
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRIN0 DONE
On short notice Ho will also give particular
PAINTING AND TEDIAIING
CAKRIAQES anl ED3QIE3,
Pnrsniis liilvltiir nnv of tlmnhnvniPAvl: tnlw
douo would do well io call licfore going else-
wiiero. j Keep ou hauu una make lo outer a
iso. l article or
which ennnot bo excelled for workmnnshin
All work done at my establishment IhWa
baxtku. 8y OKu. W. liltUNToN.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Disooses of the Throat and Lungs,
suoh as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronohitis, Asthma,
Probably ncvor beforo In the whole hietorv of
medicine, hns any tiling won so widely anu bo
deeply upon the confidence of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through along series of years, and nmong most
of the races of meu it has risen higher and higher
in uicirustiiiiauoutuB it,uas uccome ucucr Known.
Its uniform character nnd power to cure tho va
rious affections of the lungs and throat, have
made It known as a reliable protector against
them. While adapted to milder forms of disenso
und to young children, it is nt tho same tlmo the
most effectual remedy that cuu be given for incip
ient consumption, and the dangorous affections
of the throat mid lungs. As a provision ngainst
sudden attacks of Croup, it should bo kept ou
hand in every family, and indeed as nil aro some
times subject to colas nnd coughs, all should bu
provided with this nntidole for them.
Although settled Consumption is thought in
curable, still great numbers of cases whero tho
disease seemed Bottled, have been completely
cured, and tlio patient restored to sound health
by the Cherry Pertorul. So complete is Its
mastery over tho disorders of tbo Lungs and
Throat, that the most obstinate of then) yield to it.
When nothing else could reach them, under tho
Cherry l'ectoral they subside nnd disappear,
tiingrrt ami l'ublle Speakers fiild great
jiroiccuuu iruin u.
Aathmn is always relieved nnd often wholly
cured by it.
ltronchiti is generally cured by taking tho
Cherry l'rctnral In small and frequent doses.
So generally nro its virtues known, that wo
need not publish the certificates of them hero, or
do more than assuro tlip public Unit Us qualities
aro fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and A truo, Intermittent Fever,
until fever, .nemittono f ever, uumo
Ague, Feriodionl or Bilious Fever, &o.,
and Indeed all the affections which arlso
from malarious, marsh, or zuiaematio
As its name hnnlics. it does Cure, nnd docs not
fail. Containing noither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis
muth, Zino, nor nny other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, it in nowise Injures nny pa
tient. Tho nuiulier and importance of its cures
in the nguo districts, are literally beyond account,
and we hclievo without a parallel In tlio history
of Ague medicine. Our prido Is gratillcd by tho
acknowledgments wo receivo of the raillcnl cures
effected in obstinnto cases, and where other rem-
etues nan wnouy limed.
Uniicclimatcd persons, cither resident in, or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will bo
protected by taking tho AUVK CUJtli daily.
For JArrr Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of tho Liver, it is nn excellent remedy, stimu
lating the Liver Into healthy activity.
r or iiuioiis wisoruors anu i,iver uompiauus, it
is nn excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable cures, whore other medicines hud
Prepared hy Dr. J. C. Ayt.u A Co., Practical
nml Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and
sold all round tlio world.
l'RICE, $1.00 FEU BOTTLE.
S. G0ET3 & CO., Proprietors,
HAVING refitted the Ilauidon Fonmlry and Ma
cllllIU Shillia. mill llicriiasoil Mi.,lr r.,,l...l,. .
now keep constantly on hand s largo atoek of
CASTORS AND BED FASTENINGS,
... i. if r r
Which we nro emitted to noli clionpcr thu my othir
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
and sell them illroot to tho people, at Wliolonalo print,
If yon want siaoil article, If yon want It cheap, If you
want It at tha wholesale lirlce. iilvo us a mil anil wo
itiiarantee satisfaction. It Kl' A I KIM of all klnill
ilono en slmrt lioiK", In neiit and wotkonwillko mall'
nor, Ulve ui a trial. . m.'Kiy. .,
illannli'ti,) Ileeila' MdU 1", 0., Vln'oii t'o0,
I r ? Vfi;ji !? i
wnfflii 2,' rforri,,7ro:;i:?lL.r,i,ne,,',r,7
meuee work un.n.,,1 ,u ro T f T) Z L-f ?
o, wnt'7 .jtlaimr; 5..'
gj?na fc.aAIJ.EN & CO., Augasu. Maine.
USIVKIWAMSM :" What"-1 ill 8ond for"l"l7.'
RTAh IN Till' ll'l'ST .' . "!
.... ... ..... . i.iuiiifiHii. y iari;o s
pago weekly :, ablJ.he, , 1S27. It mocU all tha
;anl of i,o f,ny 8i,M pe r yoar, .2flaix iimnlhs
r7v'Tu.SL,i,,;,"nfrae-'. il'l,,B WILLIAMt'ON A
. . iinciiiiinu, uiilo.
NIT Y?rlt Sa'ety fStenm Power Coi
bleainiiigui.a.wlth'and wlilionf "uTeir, .!
ect orial Safety Btoart BollMa, built In niiantillea by
I N w"y k"ry' f"r Clri!,""r' " VortiMi
NORTH MISSOURI LANDS
HANNIBAL AND I ST. J0SEr'n'
R.I R. COMPANY.
About. 19,000 At.f,..r n.n t?!-.'.- i...'
i V, i V . . . , ,ui; rim-si, i'lirmiiia.
l"i l,lm,,nf ,'nn1 ''i the United Stua, for sale
" i" vur.v tiwy lei-ms : iniiBen-
aiding and Industrious man with small capital
j;'v "" wiin iiHiocy carm;a iroui it.
Missouri Is not too far West to bo ntu great
distance from murkcts) Its Itallioad facilities;
...r iiu .Minuuii y increasing j luuenmaiu
Is splcnillil, mid good crois me almost a cer
tainty ; while tlio numerous thriving towns mid.
cities springing upon everv hand attest be
vnml ilnnlit llinf tlw. l.ll.. ,.r .i.... i i
' . .. .. . v ..,K.ti.wi iiiivni, una UCl'll
eneclually diaslpnted, imd that Kaslcrn men
lino r.usiern capiiai aro Uolug tliuir perfect
OUR LANDS DEFY COMPETITION.
Bend for full descriptive Circulars and Sec
tional Maps, enclosing 30 ctn, und Btutlngwhut
pajier you saw this in. to ,
2t4 Lund t.ommissioner, Iliuinlhal, Md.
Agents I Esai This !
WE WILL m AaENTS A S4LAET OP 30
iter Uftt'k nml i4vii.iib.. .i .ill....r .. i -
AiT'-' V 1 wonucrmi invcnUuiis.
numro ii . n iiUMTiU iX Allirnnjtll, AliCll.
J:in)Ioj nunl for All.
$OA SAbAliV per week, ami expenses, palif1
'Jf Au'inia. to aell nnr now ami useful discover
ies. Sdilress 1$. Bwi.tT A M,,rs lull MI..I,
Ono Ponnd of Crnmnfoji's Imperial
Imnndry Hanp will make lwclvoiiiiiri
r Ilnudsame Holt Houp. Ask vourOro-
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use this power ovr mon or nulinals nt will.
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hilosophy of (linens and HreHins, Itrighuiii
nill,r u ll)i,.u.ii ll.ii.l.. XI i ... ..it
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contained in this book ; lOO.IXHJ sold; price by
lllilil. IneliilhilO .....,. .,
Aiiy lwison willing to act as iinent will receive
n sum pie copy of the work free. As no capital
y rinii.i I ,,ll .l..ul i
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should send lor the book, em-losing 10 els. for
post 111 toT. W. KV.VNS & CO., U South blh
A flfM'PVTtnn n.litTn :,1 : . it. 1 u. '
lnH h missKumiy, lUscovorca 11 safe iiml slm-
lili! ri'iiiiM) v fir Hifi I in-., nf V..v. u ...!.-.., .
.inly Decay, Iiiseaseser the Urinarv mid Sem-
till (ll'iriniu nti.l ll,,i . .... t . ..-
...... w.M..i..t umm liiu Hindu Luiin i uiorcieis
bivuKnt on by IjHnel'ul nnd vicioiin hnluU
Great nun.bors have cen enred bv thiiinoblo
rnio0y. Jxnnpted by a dusiro to bene lit tlio
umiuUtd nnd unlortunnte. I will send the rec
ti It! filf I il il . iILt'llllf nml mln.. I lilu I 1
. ,( b i.ii.i u,iiiift mm im-iiii-i nu, 111 Ik
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i( u''ti AddreJoSKI'H T. IN MAN, Statiua
"'"iu iniiinr.iiuw j urn uiry, X-'1W
1826 iTO1. 1S7rt
., , W.U1UUIUV JLlUlNllIll .
lho old sl.iinlard remedy inr Loughs, I ohls.
. 'nn. .,...,. I.... ..VI... 1. 1 .. ..... .. '
i "ouuiig ueiicr. i..iiTi.r,tt
J.ilos. A' (Jl)., uoston. 8 lv
UriuM'8DErii,TouY rowiiKii.-licmnvcs kii
lil'l'tlllnlw lul ir l.i It,.,, itil.i.t t.to .. 111...... 1..
J ury U) the sklie. Sunt by mall for i ".
UPHAH'S ASTHMA CURE
nelioves most violent ptuoxvsms In five min
utes nud eltocU u speedy euro, l'rleo two dol
lar by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Color! the whMriTii nml lifilVfi litnttf li'i.i 1.1..1,
nr brown, it. r.oiiflts ot onh' ono prronrntion.
7ft I'l'lilM mini A.l.l.kd ' I Dill ti
fSUttyno Stiwt, rhilailHiihln. 1'n. tirculard
Hoiiinvo. Nililhynll iiiuii-isls.
$5 TO $10 PER DAY.
MEM WOMfM rnva n.i emu .
in our new business make from !i lo I0 h rlilny In
their own IneiilltloM 1,-nll i.ut'lli.iil.n, I,..-..,...
tieus sent free by mall. Tlu.sc In need of permanent,
proflliiblii wnrk, should ihlilressat onoe.
rtL'itlWIL. u'lll.l. .T .... . ....
ujivuur. oiiaoua a vu., I'oriiunil, Mama.
Illustrated & Descriptive Cataloguo
OF FLOWEB AND VEGETABLE BEED3,
And Summer Flowering Bulbs.
Will bo reuily for mailing by tho nildille of January,
notwithstanding our great loss oftype, paper, nigra
vtnifs. .Vo , by fire, whien deBtroynl ihu Job Prim
ing Olllre of the lioelioslor Democrat and Chroaicle.
ilMI. I,... V. ..... I 11, l i... . . :
hjm, ..i-v.-.iiiivr, i ' t ... i. win ir.iiie.i nn . iiitwi
elegant DOM -tinted paper, and llluttnitcd With nearly
Five Hundred Original Engravings,
And two finely executed Colored Platea Mwlmona
lor all of wlih h were gmwu by ourai'lvei the pl
M'aron Iroui our own Hock ut Hueila. In .tlie origin
sniy, execution and extent of lho engmvlnga a is
unlike nml eminently aiinerlurto.iivuibert.Vinb.LMin
or "Floral fluids" fxtant.
The Dntnliigiio will consist of 112 Pneea, and aa
soon as puhlliboil will be aentn-ee to all who iirilend
8eeilslKiiiimliyni.il ti c last cason. To others a
eharire of lftcenla per copy will bo made, which Is
not the value of the Colored rlatca. Wm asauro our
IVIeinls thnt Ilia Inducements wo offer Iu nnreliaiiera
of Hccila, na to quality anil extent ol Slock, Discounts
nml I'noniiiiis, are uitsiirpasaid. l'leam at ml ciders
for CutaloguoB without delay.
Our Colored Chromo for 1871
Will be rro.lv to end out In Jarnnrv. The Chroihn
will represent Koity-twn Varletlea of ihoy and
Doi.iiliir Klowera of natnral s is and color. Wo
slgn lo muke It tlio best I'lute of Fluwera over Imuoil.
Bine, lli.x'it inches, 'i'hc r.lall ,valn. won In. bo at
least Two Diillnr.j wo shall, however, furnish tt to?
customers al "freenta per copy, and offer Has a Pre
mium upon orders for Beeils, See Caislopne vdmn
out. 1IUIOU9 ik 1UW Iloolitstor, N. Y.
Tho First Edition of On Ilundrra anil FiflyThnnl.
and eopiea of Vlck's i llnsirated Cataloguo of bitila
aim norm uiiinc, is ininusiieu ami rraiiy lo seniioiit
inn pngoa,ana an tniiravlnj ot siiiiinii every nc
slrnblt K.ower and Vofictable, It Is .losantly nr1n
led nn lino Muted paper, illustrated wlih Three It mi
ureu line woou kiigravinta son i wo veauviui
Tlio nioaf beautiful anil Mis moat In.tnicllvs Floral
Uuldc puhh.lieil. AliEUMAN Kb ITION published,
III all oilier rerporta Blnillur to Hi. Kngllsh.
Bent freo to all my easterners of lsiu, a. rapidly a
piuwible, without apiillratlon. Bent to a'l others whir
order thorn for Ten Oent. which la not ha f the coat,
Addroas JAMM V 1CK, Uocbraler, U , Y,
H" 0 WARD SAN ITABYANII A IDASSOOliTIOW,
For tlio Holler and Cur of tlio Krrlng and Ull
fiirtunal, ou frlnelplef of Christian 1'hllantlirnpjr,
Kay. on tlio Errors of Ymitli, and tli. Kolllos of
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