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PUBLISHED EVBHY WEONBDDAY 11 Y
J". XV. Bowen,
KDITOK AND PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE In . Hecoud Htory of llowen's
Building, North Side of Muln Street, Kust of
Court House.
Terms of Subscription.
One copy, ens year,. ...SI 00 1 One copy, 8 men. .! 00
One eopy, months One copy, 4 uios . . 60
If not paid within the yer 00
Clubs of Twenty W0
Tint rhrmoeratla Xttqnirir erctdstes FRRB OF
P04TAQK within th Hunts of Vinton County.
A falters to notify a llseontlniianc t the end of the
time subscribed tor, will be taksa m knew engagement
er enbeerlplloB.
Advertising Rates.
OTTTh tpaos neeopted by 8 inee of thli (Nonpareil)
tvpeshsllciinstltue s square.
One eqn.re.one week 1 no 1 Onesqnsrs, weeks 00
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All edrertUIni for a shorter period then throe
ninntha,ehrsed at the above ratea.
Leial Advertisements HI 00 per square for Drat
Insertion; and W oenU per square for each additional
Inversion. - . ,,,, ,
Utile and FIgnre Work 60 cent" additional.
Onesqnsre, I n o"
Two squares, 6 0
Three squares, 7 0 . 00
Konrsqnarea, .00 JIM
Six squares 10 l WOO
H cnlnmn "00 W 00
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a we eiiiuinn, w v - -
Hualnem uerns, not exoeemns . j.
All hills due on flmt. Insertion of advertisement.
Bills with reiiilsr advertisers to be palil qusrirry.
nualnoM Notloes-10 ocnls a Unci Marriage N oil-tes-aooordlng
to the liberality of the parlies. Death
Notloos free. . - . . .
Notloes of Uunaway Wives or Husbands-double
Yearly advertisers entitled to quarterly chsnics.
Advertisements not otherwise ordered, will be con-
... f. ... . A .11. ..lnna.1 Hl1 ch.riTOd ftCfifrU-
ffinilWl Ontil WHWCU UIIWllHllMwi, a
'"Rel'liilniis and Charitable Nnttoes-frcs.
QLAYPOOI MACKEY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GB0CERS
Corner faint and Water Streets,
sJHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
QEORQE P. R0WELL & CO.,
40 Prak Row. New York,
A NO
, M. PETTINGIIL & CO.,
37 Park Row. New York,
Aranursoue Agents In that cltv, and are
authorUed to contract for advertising lit our
lowest rates.
Communications upon matters of
local interest nro requested from all
jnrta of th count'.
Frosted Fkkt.A lady friend of
ours who was unfortunato in hav
ing her foot badly frosted, wishes
sis to say to our readers that Venice
Turpentine' is a speedy and sure
tiire.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's Drug Store.
BufliNess Cards, in all colors and
tylcs, neatly printed at this office.
No merchant should attempt to do
business without them. Call and
eo specimens.
Partner Wanted.
AHcnnrgetln business mnn having a cwplt.nl
of ft.OOO.or raoro, Is wanted w a one-half Inter--st
partner In the Foundry biisincsK. Fonixlry
lnin(r ft very largo business i situated within a
rvwd-etor n rallronrt In Southmi Ohio. Kor
full pnrtlCTiUrs, wUress the Killtor of Kniiirtr
WcArthur, Ohio.
BoptcmlwrW. lgnVtf.
Foa Saioor any other kind of
Kills, don't fail to call at the Enquirer
Job Printing Office, in Bowen's
Building, East of the Court House
Wb cannot publish communiwi-
lions,
iti nnv mptnnco, unless the
author's name accompanies the com
municationnot for publication,
tout as a guarantee of good faith.
Bear this in mind.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G.
W. SiEsonT8.
TnF, following is iv list of letters
Tomainingln the Zaleski Post Office,
on tho 1st of Fobrunry, 1871 :
Margaret Shay, 2, Minorva Baker,
R. J. McGuiro, Sot. Goff, n. M.
Morgan, Miss Julia A. Feo, George
Washington, James Myers, Clinton
Walkor, 2, Miss Rebecca Browcr,
Samuel Hyatt, Adam Snyder, Ham
ilton Bay, Wm. Ryan.
If not ealleJ fr within 30 days,
tho letters will bo forwarded to the
Dead Letter Office.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
Unclaimed letters wore remain
ing in tho McArthur P. 0., on the
1st of February, 1871, which, if not
called for within 30 days, will be
forwarded to.the Dead Letter Office:
Solomon Ankrom, Eliiuboth Brown,
Susan CJhidistcr, J. II. Hall, Mary
Gallagher, Noblo Grandstaff, Jane
Johnson, Ransom Roso, Ann Smith,
Joseph Thomas, John Weston.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
It would bo well if parents In
MoArthnr would ondoavor to ascer
tain, occasionally at loast, the placo
& manner In which thelrsons spend
their evenings and tho Sabbath
rlays. It might enable them to
check a mad career of ruin to some
youthful souls, and save tho parents
many anxious hoars, and, early go
ing down to the grave In sorrow.
Foundry for Sale.
i vniTHnnr. dnlns a verv lorao buslncs. sit
' listed in RctiChern Ohio, li offered fur sale on
noconntof disagreement www partners.
,oTfnr tin whole Interest In said Foundry
wlUbewoMat a bargain. Fartlos desiring fur
tuor Information, cm oouiim it ny corresponu
Ing wltX the Editor ef VntHinr, Mo Arthur, O.
September 2B. 1870-tf.
KTM dTrtlseniniit of Dr Bulls' ll"ri
ivy . UmW ',"lt ft,r "w WW'ion 9MWI J ''
tfl'th J iii hnwibw columtil It uliuv.W lc i' !.U
VT UI
Brainard's Musical World.
The February number of tho Mu
sical World is at band, find contains,
besides the usual largo amount of
entertaining reading matter, three
beautiful pieces of new music, alone
worth a 3'ear's subscription. ' Tho
torms are only 81.00 por annum,
for which tho subscriber recoives
ovor fifty pieces of music, costing, in
shoot form, from $15 to $20. No
person interested in music can af
ford to be without tho Musical
World. Specimen copies can bo ob
tained by sending ten conts to tho
publishers, R. firainard & Sons,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Last Saturday being a pleasant
dny and the roads leading to all
parts of tho county in fine condi
tion for th is time of year, many poo
ploweroin town buyingchoap goods
and attending to business.
Avert thi Evil. If mothers would give
Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup to their children whon
sick, mortality would be less among them. It
costs only 83 cents. nl-tl
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson'8.
Thursday, February 2nd, was
flround-hog Day according to the
records of an -'ancient and honora
ble society," which Is now extinct.
Mr. G. H. saw his shadow, Thurs
day, and slunk back to tho solitudo
of his subterranean abode, to remain
six weeks longer during which
time, his action avers, the weather
will bo of the severe winter sort.
Our neighboring county of Ad
ams is quarroling about the remov
al of the county seat from West
Union to Manchester over 2,300
signatures having beon obtained in
flavor of its removal. Botter lot
well enough alono.
We hopo all our Democratic sub
scribers in attendance at Court this
week will each got a now subscriber
to this paper, and receive theThur
man Portrait, of which wo speak on
tho first pago of this week's paper.
Blanks for Justices and
Attorneys.
Our assortment of Blanks for
Justices of tho Peace, Attorneys,
and Constables is complete Wo
havo printed every kind;, of Blank
that wo think are used by any
township officer or attorney in Vin
ton or adjoining counties. Come
and sco our large assortment ol
Blanks.
What School Teachers may not
do. The powers of instructors of
youth havo Jnot been satisfactorily
defined, at least negatively, and
what they are not allowed to do maj'
bo stated as follows : They must
not inflict corporal punishment, that
is brutal. They must not keep
pupils after school hours, that is an
outrage. They must not suspend
that is an insult and wrong to par
ents. Thoy must not uso severe
languago to delinquents, that indi
cates passion and spito. In short
they mustdo nothing but coax and
wheedle, aud beg and exercise
moral influence" ovor pupils under
their charge. Truly school teach
ing must bo a pleasant occupation.
Steel Engraving of Gen.
Robt. E. Lee.
Subscribers remitting $4 for
one year's subscription to The
Southern Press, an Illustrated
Weekly Journal of 40 columns,
will receive nn elegant Steel
En craving of Gen. Robert K.
Lee, 24 x 19 inches, forwarded
in a secure case, postage paid
by us. This number contains
a largo finely executed likeness
of Gen. Lee, engraved by a
skillful artist, from a photo
graph, expressly for The Press,
with an outline or bis lire, and
an account of h'i3 obsequies.
Single copies, if ordered early
forwarded to any address on
recoipt of 10 cents. Energet
ic Canvassers wanted in every
county in tho South, to whom
a liberal list of premiums is
offered in this issue. Address,
The Southern Press, Baltimore,
Md.
A "Pretty Strono" Statement.
"The Western Rural has tho prot
tioBt name, the prettiest dress, the
bent print, and gives tho bost fami
ly reading of any wockly paper I
over hold bofore my eyes." So says
a subscriber, and a Post muster adds:
"The Western Rural is the best
paper I ever canvassed for, and is
looked after with more interest than
any othor pnpor taken at this office."
Only 12 00 per year (52 numbers),
and numbers froo for remainder of
1870. Specimens free. Address H.
N F. Lkwis, Publisher, , at either
( lii"n'0, 111., Detroit, Mich., Coltim-
liii", 0., or KansnH City, Mo.
The meeting of tho stockholders
of the Gallipolis, McArthur A- Co
lumbus R. R. will bo hold at Galli
polis next Tuesday. Every stock
holder should bo presont at the
meeting to vote for nino Diroctors
but before going each should in
crease his stock ono-fourth, one
third, or ono-half. Wo set a good
example last week, by increasing
our stock two-thirds. It is now time
that WORK should bedono. We've
heard all the talk we want to hear I
EvfcHT ons his own Doctor. Those wh? use
Dr. Henry's Root and Plant Pills generally get
along with the leust expense of doctor's bills
See ndvoi-tisuinout. nl-4t
The Ohio Educational
Monthly.
On the first of January, 1871,
this most valuable monthly en
tered on its 12th volume with
the prospect of attaining the
largest success in history both
in character and circulation.
Its able editor, E. E. White, is
giving the much time and at
tention, and no pains are spared
to secure for its pagps the most
advanced views and the ripest
experience of the country in
school instruction and manage-
ment. Special prominence is
given to those subjects which
are of practical interest and
value to teachers and school of
ficers of all grades. It will
continue to give due attention
to the condition and needs of
ungraded schools. The ablest
and most practical educational
writers in Ohio, Pennsylvaniaj
New York, Illinois, Connecti
cut, and other States, who are
in various ways connected with
the best school?, academies,
colleges, etc., contribute to its
rich and instructive columns.
No teacher or scholar in Vin
ton county should be without
this educational magazine.
Terms only $1,50 per year;
or $1,25 per year for i or more
copifs. Subscriptions begins
with January or July. An
extra copy free to the sender
of 10 subscriptions at club rates.
Address the editor and pub
lisher, E. E. White, Columbus,
Ohio.
Wilson a Banker.
We are informed that our
IIonorable(!?) John T. Wil
son, who has been elected to
Congress the third time from
this poverty stricken district,
is President of one of the Na
tional Banks of Ripley, Brown
county, (out of the district,)
and a director of the other.
Will the West Union Defen
der inform us whether this re
port is correct?
Blank Summons,
For Justices of the Peace, just prin
ted and for sale at this office.
The meetings at the Christian
Church have resulted iu much
good a very large number of
persons having joined and been
baptized. Eld. Chase will
leave us next week for his home
in Indiana. He is a good man
and has done a great, deal of
good in this place. All of the
Sabbath and evening meetings
were largely attended. -
As John T. Wilson-, mem
ber of Congress from this dis
trict, is president of one Na-
tional Bank and director of an
other, he of course sees to it
that the interests of those rich
institutions are protected while
the interests of the poor people
all over this district are let go
to destruction. Why don t
Wilson do something for the
poor furnace laborers in this
district eh? A great howl
was made lafit fall before the
election that Wilson would see
that the interests of furnace la
borers were "protected," but
now Wilson has the interests
of the two National Banks,
(which are a curse to the peo
ple) to attend to. The prom
ises made by Wilson and his
revenue office holders last fal
have "gone where the wood
bine twineth." How do those
furnace 'laborers who voted for
Wilson like his style of "protec
tion," .
Court Proceedings.
The Vinton County Court of
Common Pleas . convened on
Monday afternoon Hon. W. W.
Johnson presiding.
The following persons com
pose the Grand Jury:
Alex. McClfinnUau, Amui Bpcoht,
Joseph Ognn, 11. M. Walker,
B. W. Kulch, George ItoynoMs,
J. , Sain, Levi Wymun,
Aaron Vonsky, John II. Wyroan,
William Brny, Joshua Wood,
ileory Teeters, Jackfoa Wortmnn,
Jacob Hill.
The following are the namc3
of the Petit Jury:
James Miller, W. G. Martin,
Nelson Leo T. H.WIgton,
David Hawk, Israel Kinney,
John Strong, K. R. Ogun,
A. J. HoLeun, Daniel Cram,
Samuel Motesline, Goorge Brown.
At the time of going to
press a great number of cases
mostly old cases had been
disposed of.
Christian Church.
.Next Sunday evening, by
request, Elder Ira J. Chase
will reply to a sermon on bap
tism, delivered in the M. E.
Church on Tuesday" evenihg.
The Rev. J. D. Fry is cordially
invited to be present on the
occasion. Social services at 6;
preaching at 6 1-2 o'clock.
The Mechanics' Dramatic
Association of Zaleski, will ex
hibit at that place as soon as
the School House is completed.
On Monday morning I'kasK M. Snny of
Swan township, mut with a sod accident ter
minating in his death. He was engaged with a
sled hauling legs. On coming to a dralu the
sled upset aud Die log rolled nixm him crushing
him to (loatli. It is Hupposed that ho had Just
time to stop the homes when ho wax launched
Into eternity. Full three hours olnpsed before
ho was discovered. He was well respected as a
good moral young man, and fur soino time linn
been a subscriber of this paper. The funeral
service wns conducted by Elder Chaxo at the
Christian Onnrch tills (Thursday) morning.
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Deo. 28, 1870, Trains will
run as ioiiowb:
a : : :
;J :
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Ijiiiiiiiiii
A Ss Jimaa C in iri an i ir!
J f , A 3 3 C f a a ? -t
C3
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S'sasS8fiS?S22'-3
SiSSSSSSSj
t r- o S ei
S25!i2(-i23SS'4a
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L.
2.
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Jfc-5 : 5
s: a
3 i3;iS23
3 UMOoq-jq
a,
Miles
mm
: s.
a J
32
a a
tm
i i ! : i : :? : i i : :
: : ; : : :. : : : : : :
2o5 :3 ? ; :
- s : : : :
J O lf7 T, . I". ii .
CINCINNATI KXPRES9 will run dally,
1 11 tl. T.l ,..11.. avnAM. Ui.twlfiir
All.lljIlVl 11.1 .Ill I I.V T-V.".ll I'Himivi
OINUINNATI KXrftFXH EAST makes no
atop between Hamdnn and AtheiiH.
Portsmouth Branch.
Hall. Aeeommixlatlon.
1.90 p. . , ftOOA. M.
Dep. TTnmden
jncKsnn
Ar'T. Portflinoulh
1.M
7.01
4 25 "
7.50 A. X.
lo:io "
10 50 "
10.M "
12;iop.m.
4;:) '
5.40 "
n. Porfmintli
Ar'v. Jnckwin
Hamdeit
Trains Connect at Loveland
For nil nnlnts on tho Littlo Miami Rnilroad. and
iu mo iniiiiHinpoiiBit iiiciunnimniiroiiu juno
tiouforall points West.
W. W; PRABOIiV,
MmUt of TrantpurUitlon:
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
Through Car
Prom OOLUMBUS (via Athens) to PORTSMOUTH
Orerthe Oolnmtms 4 Hocking Valley aai
MarlsUa 4 Oinoinnatl Kail UoaJa.
0lng Eaat.
Going Wast
Ho. 1.
NO. 3
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No. 2
No. 4
LKAVB.
Columbus,..
Hroveport,.
Winchester
Ijiiicast)r. .
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AthlMH H:!16
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1:11
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.NOlMinvlllO 7:1H
Hiiydenvlllo7:3L'
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SiiRsrOrovo. Ml
Logan 1UIS
lUvrtonvllle 10W
Nelsonville,..10 4:l
Sallna UOoi
Athona 11 28
t:4
knir.r (4mveH:IN
8:10
Lancaster . .6
3:SII
4 ll
5 (is
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(Jroveport . .IlilM;
4:IH
Uolumous..iu:uu
4:55
Car on theSKX) A.M. Train runs throuvh to
Portsmouth without change, arriving at mc Ar
thur it t n-yt v. ii! Rnd Car lor the l:nO P.M.
Train from Portsmouth for tolumbui arrive
atMoArihurtia:07r M.
Close connections matle at Lanoastor for Clr-
cloville.Zaneaville, anil ail point on me viu
iiim.l. .mtuuiin. mailA At. PilnmhuH for t)A.T
ton.SprinKflold, Indianapoliii, CIiIohku, and ail
nnlrni W-t . slut ft.r Clnvflland. Butlnlo. FIIU-
Bura, Philadelphia, New York, and all points
Connections m ado at Logan by both Trains
with all Trains lor Straltsvllle and all points
ou thestraitsville Branuii.
J. V. POHEIITY,
hiinerintenaunt,
E. A. Hl'pM..Oon,lTivVct A-'t;
f- . ,. . -J ,. to..
Through Car Business Cards.
DEPOT HOTEL;
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
M. MERKLE,
Proprietor,
'pilISHotol, a few feet from tho Railroad
m. ih-pnianii wnero nil truvniiirH upon nil
11 mill. ..in. i.iav.3 ii.tiin, ,111a jiinK i.:-ii iiumi.
enlar(l and thoroughly ropnlnul, pnliilcil,
&.. nnd In now in noiimlnta order for lite n
ueptlouofguu.sU. at4rvfrulim slop tn mill-
uios lor mouiH. m-ikum uoukratk.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr. I.T.MONAHAM. . Proprietor.
THIS HoiiKf, formerly the Hianr Honne, hrm
hHn thru (timhly renovator! and henntl-
fiillv fiirnlslinrl. HiwIiik Hiinertor fiiflllllen.
evorythiiiK will he done to make kuiwIk com-
lortiiiiie. Tiiiint niways nuppiien witn nest
market alTiirriH. Nlr:lv fur it 1 -lit;! Rooms nnd
olenneHt HndH (i(MHl Ktahlr'S. Every effort
miwlo for Miooomlort of patrons. AUuhnruoa
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. W: VARNER,
- Propretor,
THIS note! Is In the moat convenient pnr
of the city on Front Htreet, between Mar
ket mid JoM'urson .
PHYSICIANS.
S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
HAMDEIT, OHIO.
AI.LCA8K3 entruRted to him will receive
psomut anrj caruful atUuHnu. atsresmnmbla
fues. OFFICIO tin Main Ht.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUE GEO N
Wilkesville, Ohio.
SPECIAL sttontiiin given to the performance of Snr
Kiml Operallons.
Offloe With II. II Bhhnn. M D.. In IWmuu'
bullrllnc. 4.')-y
ATTORNEYS.
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MoARTHUR, O.
J. M. MoQILLI VRAY,
ATTORNEY AT Xj A."W,
trro'tostlug Attorn 701 Vinton uonutj,)
McAKTHUIi, OUIO.
WILL nttnnd promptly to nny haRlnnu
Kiven to his .! re mid niariiureiiient In
any Courts of Vinton nun adjoining eouniin.
ukuuk in me Miurt rionsu. i.i-n
CHARLES W. QIST,
Attorney at Lai aii Notary Fiilc,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WIMjlitttmil all lesnlbnsinesK entntKfed to
hUcare. Supply of Blank l)il und
MnrtKaueK alwayn on hand. Officii No. VI
Wl-hI Wing HainhrldKe Hlock. tl
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOB1TEY AT LAW,
(Officr. formerly occupind ly p. 8. Pama.)
WILL nrscticc In Ross, Vinton, snil adjoining
eountirs. All lKl busincua oillrliBtc-it In lilt
ciiru psiinitly sltunkil to. 8S-tt
D. B SHIVEL.
ATTORNEY AT XiA"W",
ir.a r'i'irrTn riiTf
Will ntuiid nroinntlv to all leaul lmMiiPHX
entruKled to IiIhciuu in Vinton aii'l ndjolning
ooiintieH. OKfiCE In the Recorder's Ollloe.
HOMER C. JONES,
ATTOBITEY AT IiA"vV,
M' ARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st noon west of Pan. Will . Ttrr.
INpetdnl attention given to the collection
ofelaima. m-lJ'
Mcdonald lotteidge,
Comity Snrveyor, & Conveyancer,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
ILIisttend to all business entrusted toh's
cure.
MAE.BLE WORKS.
B. R. HIQGIN3 & BRO.,
Mannfaotnrert of
BIARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, PURNTrTOE, &c.,&c.,
ZOO-AIT, OHIO.
Ct OOP astioitmont of Mar Wo constantly on
I hand. All kin. Is of
Cemetery Work
Done to ordor In the fintMt stylo. SI
INSURANCE.
O. I). HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
RRrRKSF.NTH the following
FI11E INSURANCE COMPANIES:
iCTNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UNDEWRITERS, Naw York.
HOME, Columbus.
MERCHANTS', Chicago.
FRANKLIN, West Va.
And the following
LIKE INSURANCE COMPANYl
NATl'N'L LIFE A HOME, of N.York.
jJCSPollolos Issued on rensonahe terma.
DENTISTRY
Dr. S. S. DOLLISON,
DENTIST,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
TS now propnrcrt for nil Kinds of Dental
x xvork, wnien ne win uo
Trom 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
than any Dentist In Vinton or any of the ad
l.ilnlntr fntinllnjl.
Ilia wnrlc shall nil (jfvo satisfaction. Call ami
see nun.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
i -M.b iiir 1 Rufora Tl. W. Krli'li .T
agulnst . ' -P.,of tiltnion Town-
William Harnea, uen isnip, vimont.o., tt.
N theiUhrtavof DtK'mbor,lH70, saliljus
J tice Issued un order of attauhinonl in the
above action for the auiu, of ninety-fhtir dol
lars. IM.ll. ILilU,
January SJi 1RU-8W
.5
WATERS'
NEW SCALE PIANOS,
wrrn ikon kbame.
Ovoratrung Baas and Agraffe Uriel ge.
MEL0DE0N9
AN
Cabinrjf Organs,
The Host Mnnnfaolured.
Warranted for Six Years. '
A GJIEAT;. pSfETRII
Horaoa Waters, 480rtmdwaT, NswxorV
will dmposeof HAJ Pmuon, Mi-lodooat, snrTOr
gaiuiol'slx nrst class makers, lucludiDjr Chieli
ering A Bon's at extremnly low prloes, for cash,
rlnrlng this month, or win take from $1 to $25
monthly until paid. Illustrated catalogues
Mailed.
11011 ACE WATERS'
Warerooma, 481 Broadway, N. Y.
a testimonials.
The Waters' Plnnoa are known as among the
very beat. H. Y. XmnnMM,
We ohii speak of tlionuirltaof the Wntrs'
Pianos from personal knowlerlire aaliolng ol
the very bent oilulity.-CAn'jtVuft InUlllgenctr,
Tho Waters' Piunoinro hulltof the hfstaiul
moRt thoroughly seasoned mutorlul. AiiweuW
and JimituU.
Our friends will find nt Water' store tho verr
lieHtasNortmnntof pintius, tnvloiloniis anil or
gana to lie found In tho United atntes. tVrn
Artrn'i Alagiuin.
Horace Waters. 4H1 Drondwnv, Is fnmed for'
tho exirelence of hi.i pianos nnd organs. Et
iiing rant.
Tho Waters' plnno rank with the best mnnti
fiu'turedin Ainerlcii Tin lmleprvdtnt,N. Y.
Mi'kicai. Doinos Since Mr. Wutrsgnve up
puhllsliing sheet rnnnlc he hue devntedall his
i.'iiiiilnl mid attention to Urn manufitulure ami
mileofl'ittiiOH Melorlinns. He liu Juat issued a
calaloKiie of hi.s new Instruments, giving n new
scale or irir:es.wlileli shows a marked reduction
from liiraii'r rates, ami his pianos have recent
ly been awarded tho flirt premium at several
tairs. Many people of tho present day, who
lire attracted, if uot confused of thu flamingad
vortispnientsof rival piano houses, probably
overlook a mmlestmunnractnrrT lllto Mr. Wa
ters! but we happen tr. know that his instru
ments earned lilm a good reputation long before
Kxposltlons ami "honors" oonnccU.il tlierewith
werr)Tr trmnjrnt of; Indeed w have One of
Mr. Waters' Piano Fortus now Iu our rrwidencc
(whore it has stood for years) of which ant
m.iuuritcturo in the world miKlit bo proud. We
have always been delighted with it as a sweet
toner) and uowerful instrument, anil thorn ia no
doubt of Itsdiirahlility; more than this, some
ol thehertt amateur players in the city, as well
as several celebrated pianists, have lierfortnctl
on the suld piatio.antf all pronounce it a supe
rior and flrst class instrument. Htroninr evl.
deuoe we could not give. Bom4 Journal. 10
OAEEIAQE AND WAGON SHOP.
THEunderslgnedwonld respectfrill y I n form
the public that ho is prepared to' fill all
orders In his Hue. such as '
CABEIAQ-ES,
Buggies, spring and farm Wagns,
ALIO
ALL KINDS 07 REPAIRING DONE
On short notice. He will also give particular
attention 10
PAINTING AND TRIMMIXC
CAB&IASES ti EUOaLtS.
Persons having any of the aliove work to be
done would do well to call before going else
where. I keep on hand and make to order a
No. 1 article of
EXPRESS WAGONS,
which cannot be excelled for workmanship
and finish.
All work done at my establish ment Is Wa
SANTM). . 8y OHO. W. IlItUNTON.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
. For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
uob as Coughs, Cold, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
and Consumption.
Probably never before In the whole history of
medicine, has any thing won so widely and so
deeply upon the conlklenc.e of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of years, and among most
of the races of men it has risen higher and higher
in their estimation, as it has become better known.
Its uniform character and power to cure the va
rious afroctions of the lungs and throat, have
made it known as a reliable protector against
them. While adapted to milder forms of disease
and to young children, it is at the sauie time the
most effectual remedy that can be given for incip
ient consumption, and the dangerous affections
of the throat and lungs. As a provision against
sudden attacks of Croup, it should be kept on
hand in every family, and indeed as all are some
times subject to colds and coughs, all should be
provided with this antidote for them.
Although settled C'ontumpHon is thought In
curable, mill great numbers of cases where the
disease seemed settled, have been completely
cured, and the patient restored to sound health
liv thu t'krmti rmrloral. So comiileta la its
mastery ever the disorders of the Lungs and
Tnroac. mat uie most ouBimute oi mem yieirt w n.
Whon nothing else could reach them, under the
Chrrry Pectoral they subside and disappear.
Stripers and Public Sptaktrt find great
protection from It.
Asthma is always relieved and often wholly
cured by it.
BronchltU Is generally cured by taking the
Chrrry l'trloral in small anil frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known, that wa
need not publish the certificates of them here, or
do more than assure tho public that its qualities
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague. Periodical or Bilious Fever, &o.,
and indeed all the affections which arise)
from malarious, marsh, or miaamatio
poisons.
As its name implies, It does Cure, and does not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic. Quinine, His
ninth, Zino, nor any other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, it in nowise injures any pa
tient. The number and importance of its cures
in tho ague districts, are literally beyond account,
anil we believe without a parallel In the history
or Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified by tha
itrknowledgments we receive of the radical cures
effected In obstinnto cases, and where other rem
eilics had wholly failed.
Unncclhnnted persons, cither resident In. or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will be
i.rol... m.T hv tnViiiir tha AdliK CURE dallv.
.. , ----- r. ; -T -- Zi. i . T.IJ-
ror j-irrr tomniatsu, srisuiK uu.u mi i
itv of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimu
lating the Liver into healthy activity.
For Dillons Disorders and Liver Complaints, It
is nn excellent remedy, producing mnny truly
ramnrkablo euros, whore other medicines had
Prepared by nn. .t. u. ayih jo., rraciioai
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., aud
sola ail rounu me worm.
rnicx, $1.00 fjsr bottle.
II
AMDEN FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOPS.
S. G0ETZ'& CO., Proprietors,
HAVING rcflttccl the Ilinnlrn Fonnrlry and Mi
dline Plnint, ami IncDiuwil tliclr wwlutT. we
now Kcnp ennsuniiy on iisnii a large sioca oi
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
O-EATES,
FAIsT C "5rT FEOITT 3.
MACHINERY,
SHAPTINGr,
CASTINGS,
CASTORS AND BED FASTENINGS,
-i-CS-vv TIN
mm,
Mmm. fcc, ...
Which wr enaWed tn sell chespcr thsn any othrr
Ronss In Vinton nountr: for ws
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
and sell them direct to the people, at wlielessle prioss.
If von want a mod article. If vim went It ohesn. If vou
went It at the wholesslo prlcs, civs ns s call snrl we
liusrsntco sstlsfsotlnn. UEPAIRING of sll kinds
dn nn khort sntice, In a.t wal wtirki&nlU sun
ntr. ! ns s trial. 8. ROKT2 Jt (Q.,
tHsmden,; Heeds' Mills P. O., Yiotoa Co.,0.
mm
st horns, ih. wholsof thstrmso, for the" rVo.
nil s proportions! wsi by flvotln llislr iholl t ms
mrn work OS. .mi I . ropy fa. pZ&?LuZ,
Cm,p,mi,m-,t r.f th. Wl SrbsllrwZ
s imUtUBO Xnnssi Mains.
USIVaRJsLWMt Whsf Is Itf . ,.
8T.4ft IN TllR WliST. CluelSjistl. A l.rn
psse kly i sntsMtsned 1W. It BiSets sll tha
wsnes of the family f2,iv to-f year, tlM ,i most
CASTWKLL. CinciiiiisH, Ohfft.
NYY?.rk Safety 'Steam Posrer Co,
Swtlr.iisl SstVty Kusiw Bonrs, l.ufli Iu tfi.ntiilM by
spsr lsl nMliinry. Satut hr sftVirlsr, 4 Cortlsaul-
"t., WflW TlllIC, ft'
NORTH MISSOURI iM
Foil sals
itfti
HANUIBAL AND ST. JflSOT
n. n. COMPANY.
AfKinf. mmt Jfctr of the Finest fstihlnsT
and Ciraslng Lund in tAe Pni(cdgtstes, for tuitf
at low prices and on very easy terms ; thus en--nbling
and inrlrrstrintis man With small capital:
t pay for his lund with money earned from It.
Missouri is not too for West to be at a great
distance from tuarkets;lta Railroad taiMIItle
are great and constantly incrcasiug; thecllniater
Is splesiltd, and good crops areolinost a cer
tiiinty; while the numerous thriving towns and
cities spvluiclng up im .vary ImnU sttlcat be
yOnd doubt that the bright of slavory has been
effectually dissiptiSed,. aArl that Eastern- mea
and Eusteru capital nro-doing their perfect
work.
OUR LAffDS DEFT C0IPET1TI0S.
Bond for fun descriptive Crrcnltirs and- Re
tional Afaps, enclosing SO ets, and stating what
paper yoa saw this in, to
. EDWARD WHDEft.
814 Land tommixsioner, Hannibal, Mo.
Agents ! Bead Tils (
WE Vrtlf AY AGENTS 1 8ALA8T Of 130
per week ana vxprnmi, or sllnw a Terse eoui'
mlnsiim, tn sell imr new snrl wmidernri inventions.
Address M. WASSKH CO., M.rsk.ll, Bich.
Einploynieiit for All.
dvQA SALARY per week, snrl expnnses. nslrl
cpOlf Anis, toMtlnnmrstid tiset'ui discover'
li s Arldraas B. 8-k' r., Mnrnsmll. Mirk).
av" . -M.W r
PSYOIMACT.-Any lady or gcatleman ean
make Kl .000 a month, secure their own hap
piness nnd Independence, by obtaining P8r
COMANCY, FASCINATION, Or fcUULCHAR-
swpagesj ciotn. Full Instructions to
usethls power over men or nnirasls ot will,
howlo Mesmerise, become Trance or Writing
Mediums, Divination, Hpirltnulism, Alohemy.
miuujiv ui vruiuiiT. uiiul urumi, nrigtLSm
Yoiitiir'H Harem. Uuiile to Marrlarre all
contained In this book; 100,llo sold; price by
iiiuii, iuviuui.i.u, pupvr covers f I . rroTlCE.
Any person willing to act as agent will receive
s sumnlo conv of th. work IVn. li nnunll.!
isreriiilred, all desirous of genteel employment
should send lor the book, enclosing 10 ol. for
nosUiga. toT. W. K VANS 4 CO,, 41 South 8th
Ht Philiidolphia.
A CARD,
A C)CTt?t;f3ftn. wlliln rf..i,linff In Hnfitfi 1mm.
Ira us a inUsiouary, discovered a safe and sim
ple remoiiy iinrtpe cure or ervous Weakness,
Early Decay, Diseases or the Urinary and Sem
inal Ol irilllH. and the Whule train of riinnrrlnra
brought on by baneful and vlcions habits
Great- nun.Iiers have been cured by this noble
rvuieuy. trrvmpieu uy a uefire to oeneilt tna
sMicted and unfortunate, I will send the rec
ipe for preparing and dstng this medicine, in
senlod envilosn. to snv one who nmli It. I'm
fehara. Address JOSEPH T. INMAN,6tatlon
u, oioiu nouse, now I oris ticy. S-tW
1QOf U8 E THE " V EG KT A li LB IOTA
IPY. ?mo-uiry Balsam." IC5U
llie old standunl remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Consiiinption. "Nothing better."
Cutler
Uitoa.sto., Utwton,
-4w
Uphsm'S pepilatory rowPKK. ltemsves su
perfluous hair in Ave minutes, without in
Jury to thesklm Sent bv mail for I S5.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CUBE
Relieves most violent paroxisms In Ave min
utes and eff ects a speedy cure, l'rlce two dol
lars by nmil.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors tho whiskers nndhnlro boatitiriil black
or brown, it consists of onlv one preparation.
7Hcent by mail. Address" H. O. TJPllAM, No.
TCUnvne Street, PbilivlHlphln. Pa. Circulars
scntfivu. Soldbvall Druggists.
TO $10 PER DAY.
MEN, WOMEN, BOYS nnd 0IKI.9 who engage
In onr new business mske from (A to 10 perruiy In
their own loosllties. Full partlrulsis and I list mo
tions Mnt free by msll. Those in need of permanent,
proninhle work, shmild srlrlressst onoe,
GBOliGK STlfitON t'O rurtlsnd, Uaiae.
intKai'StV in:os.
Illustrated & Descriptive Catalogue
OF FLO WEB AND VEQETABLB 8EED3, .
And Summer Flowering Bulbi.
TOR 1811.
Will be reuily for mailing by the middle of iTsnnary,
notwithstanding our great lues of lyi, paper, enara
vings. (Ve, by flrc, whicn drstroyeil the Job Print
Ing (itllce of the ItiH'hrsler Demnvrst end Chronicle,
2.') h, Ueuvmber, la't). It will b printed on a most
elegant new-tinted paper, and Illustrated with nearly
rive Hundred Original Engravings,
Ami ton finely oxeeutcil Colored riates spsrlniess
for all of wliii h were srown by ouiwlvn the liast
sou-oii from our own slack nf Herds. In .the origin
ality, execution snrl extent of the rngrsvlniia t is
unlike .ml eminently superior to any ui her Catalogs
ur "Flmul Uuiile" vxlaal.
Thu Ciiislouuc will consist of 1 1S Pares, and as
eiwii ssiiihlislieil will be sentfn e to sll who ordered
Uevils fi-nin us by msll the last seaxnn. To others a
chsriteor lo veins per copy win oe mtuic, wsieft is
not Mih value of the Colored rlatna. We ssMirs our
friends that Ibo tmlticeinems we off r In nurrhasers
of Keeila, as to quality anil extent ol SlocL, Discounts
snil 1'reniiiiins, are unsurpuiHa 1 lease evnu timers
for Catalogues without delay.
Our Colored Chromo for 1871
Will be ready to send ont In .laruary. The Chroma
will represent Koily-two Varieties el showy end
iMiioilnr Klowers of nntnrsl situ and color. W de
sign to nisks it the lirsi Plate of Klowers ever leased.
Bite, I0.1V4 Inches. The retail value wouio. oe as
least Two Poll urn; we shall, however, nirniah It to
ctiAtntnrr at 7flcenis per copy, and olfer It ss a Pre
mium upon orrlera for sprilii. Bee Carslogtie when
out. 1IU10O8 A BP.O., Ko.he.tw, N. Y.
VICK'S
FLORAL CSUIDE
FOB 1871.
The First Edition of On Itnnrlren nnd Fifty Tlinn
snrl copies nf Vlrk's Illustratcil Catalogue of rlrorta
snrl Klorsl oulilft, l publlaaed sun rrsoy to aonu mis
l(KI iiagss, snd an Knsrsrlng or almost every oe.
suable Flower sail Vegetable. It Is elepintly prta.
iwl on line tinted psr, ll'sitrsted wlrb Tbres 11 un
died Un wood Engravings and Two beautiful
COLORED PIATES.
The mrwt beautiful snrl 'he mesj In.lnieHvs PlorsI
Onl.le pubhrberl. At) HUMAN kPlTIDN published,
In all oiber mspeeti slmllsr to His nIUh.
Bent rrmt all my ruiUmiers of 1 sill, as rspidly ss
tuiMlMe, without simlicsllon. Sent to e l others whu
errlrr them for Ten Cents, which la nut ha f the enst.
ArlrbU . JAM VJCK, lUshcster, N. Y.
J JL1.
fvrtttssiswea PHstolnloa of Ubrlatlas Phllantbmpy.
fcuaysimthalsem of Youth, snd the Kolllss ef
Age, ia rsJanoaitai Maaauessad Scoiai. Evim, with
antfsrr sid f"te ofllieM. bent lr," e'e4'
relrmes. Wras, HOWARD A8b0CUTIOM,a
P, Plnladclrhla, Pa, ..J.
1
One rsmsd f rrsmp ton's fsaswrlaf
IsiMsr. Homp Will snake twelve sartrts
of UaBdaeaie pQ Moap. Ask rear Ore.

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