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J. W. 10WKN, Kalltor.
OFFICE In Kwoivl try of Itowi'ii
iMII'linK, North bade 01 ami" rireci,
Court llotiae.
July 19, 1871
MoArthnr,
In the Republican State
Convention, William Travis, a
colored delegate from Hamilton
ounty, was presented as a suit
able candidate for Member of
the Board of Public N oiks.
But three white Radicals were
nut forward for the same posi
tion, and such a pressure was
brought to bear, in tn.it grana
gathering of equal rights men,
upon the" colored brother, that
he was ;forced to stand aside
. and let in Mr. Ilosmer, of
Znnesville, a competitor for
the same candidacy. So Mr.
llosmer came out of the Con
vention with the honor of hav
ing beaten, or rather of having
kelped to drive a colored "man
and brother" from the field of
contest.
The late rains, together with
the hot weather, have had n
splendid effect upon the corn
crcp. which is coming forward
ii. ..,.1-.il,!i urnrrrosa.
Willi ICIIIIII IV.IWIV . ..-.
It has seldom looked better at
t . i
this
season ot tne year.
A grand industrial exhibi
tion takes place at Moscow in
1872. to commemorate the two
hundredth anniversary of the
birth of Peter the Great. The
boat which he built with his
own hands will be shown in the
naval department.
Philadelphia rejoices in fe
male undertakers.
H0LLBAY8BUE& SEMINARY,
IIOLlIDAYSBrKO. PA.
IN MICHIGAN
TUllnflUI"r"lo'll,',, m "" of
Ii Hadnriiy.ovil
300,000 ACEES,
ARH OFFERED FOR SALE r
ThmI-amHli.clnlomanyclirlr-Hra(:ta f rlne ,n
.rtuT valuai. tiinlxT, iin alu largo '"
EXCELLENT FAEMING LANDS
Tilt will hi ioU t rir price", and on
Easy Terms,
Thin ltailroart l nw rpmplelfl to Ik west line of
J", rl rert fr.m TMifK v a East Pmjlr.aw, to Lake
MeMgan by tin eloac f lS.'i.
TERMS OP SALE.
On-T.nrtli lwn. In U cw. anri t.alanca m-jr be
Mirt In three canal annual pariw-niB.
Tlmto Un.l mitrt I-"I I" 'rB k " i
Fanning Ln.la, for urinal neltlwwnt. will be nl
.p.rm.l.fne-rirll.l.i cajh and U.e balance, at
kaver'a nnlinn. nt any time in Ave jreara.
(nrarcat, at ilio rntanf 7 r cent, on all nnpnl.l
tia'anraa. to b part ntinnally.
All nt.ta an.1 .Wa arS m.lo payable at Mcr-
'r''-tn'onlng the
""W,"J"WM. L. WEBBER,
Land Commistioner.
r.an'l Oftt-e 15rt Himlnnw, MU-li.
CHEAP FARMS IEEE TRAVEL
Chicago, Hock Island, nnd Pacific
Kailroad Company.
600,000 ACHES
CHOICE IOWA LANDS.
Till. CmnpnT la now i.ff.Tln for mI about . trx
fcn .rlrrl th man.l i-m of "' nnc-t auric! Hun I
h i. In ih. W,M. IM Comply artta only loatt.
i.al act-lara, anil llif pricra r. xwe.llim jr reaanna
b". -ranSnit from r to t! per arre-the avcrare
I.. abo'.tV The greater part of tl l.n.l. nr.
annate alonir V e line of ta railroad between the
t'ttca of IV. Mln. nd Owner! ItlutT., and nre in
the mMrt newaa'bl nl firtllo "glnn in the State.
. . i .n.lit li.nff .nnilirh to
Pule, nwme ror awn "r . r. ,, r
anab'o any in.m.trkiiit man tu pay for the land out of
It. imps,
The-e land, are held nndrr tltl direct '
r.encn I (l.ivemmeni, ami nre nn n.-r - .. .
ennilerad In any ay. full warninty deed, given
to piirehn.-erv
F,.rwt.a.ann.b'eUi.nr any other Information ro
.p'ollr." 'hem. addree. KIlUNKZLU CUOK, Und
toininUlner, llavenoi, Iowa.
VXPI.OU1T0 TICKHTS nreo'd nt the Cnmpa-
r'a Hi ke fl '"hlenps and all o hr prlnclpa
"J . ... i ir ...tt.i.l....A. huvt mod
rathmaon na nnw, "! ii i-- - ,.
the amount, paid for llm lli kot li applied on tli
imn'nwe in'"-e
AGENTS!
BEAD THIS!!
.. . v i trv-ra A HI T 1I1Y OF
.K) 1'liH W KKK nnd Kxpcnses, or nlltiw a
llirKB eoininlMlon to aril ur ' ,7V'.,:
fallnvetithpiis A.ldrcwi M. WAONLU4CO.,
lr,mlOh
AGENTS TAKE NOTICE!
The r,.n ..iir ir-nt mil." " "" "'7. ' '"
,' ,, i, i .-.I M..ie .le HK'-o'e
A! C T.iVT.uli. K.w llnlalll, I ' II.
w 1 UI-Ttf llnra and Cnrr'trt tlm-
dialled. K.ipena.. paid. H. Shaw, A Ifrtnl
Maine,
O A I.IEHM ICN wanted to Irarol for a manufaetnrlng
a.7 cenmjienv. Iloofl aalarjr. Hearty einptorinent.
S. I". CtMif'KIt A CO, ItW KlniHt., Cinelnnatl. O.
A MLLlON dollars.
Hhrewd bn' qnlet men ran make a fortune Dy re
vallnllie ai-erel of the tnalnia. to no one.
jUlrca J- WKST,
ORB Ilromlwaiy.Nrw Vorh.
"MOTHERS' COMFORT,"
Ttia W. eheanet ard moat reliable 8oolhln(t
.r nip for abjldren. 8oll by I'mcgmla.
A CARD.
A Clergyman, while renldln In Sotilh A mar lei a.
a mlMinnary, (iiaeoreren a enin n,i pii,i,i, rr,,.,,,
t... r Nnrviina AVeakn'Mi. F.nrly )ecay,
I eaf tha ITrlnary and femlaal rana, and the
whole train of rllanrden brmiiiht on hy baneful and
leloii hablta, flraat niinib.Ta ha. been enred by
I'roniolfil br a deele. lobeni'Ol
th. aflboied and nnforliinaie, I wdl aend lb. reilpe
,r preparing d ualni thle medicine, In e aeal.d
rnr.lone.to an on. who needa It, frea of eharte
... 1 mi'. . .. r, lilt. I llnnu m
Aoiireaa Joe. 1. iaaii., maiiun i"i ..wu-,
r. r. .
' l.lTI'KBIKCF.orftinweiaafiil Ar1rllar,
V4 l "Opp. Mailed for W eenli. 0. P. Itowili A
,
Crf. .N. t .
Business aris
DRY GOODS, Ac'
E
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J. E1. TOWELL,
wiioh:h.ii.e picai.kh is
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Front Street lortnoutht O.
,T. F. TOWKI.L in Wiit for aevornl Milln, timl
his limine is liuiutqimttcni fttr uiiny (Uwlritlile
mnki's ol K:iateru tiuinls. All BU will lit)
sohl nt tint lowest posdine price.
litsot nsli Ittivcis. Khst Cmss Time, Trmlo,
viiiinii iviIiIIi-i-hiiikI Kurn:ic-intn nre imr-
llfulailv invited to iiii oxuiniiiiiliiiit ol in mock
HOTELS.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Iligii nnd Rlnto Stroetd,
COIjTJMIBTJS, OHIO.
E. J. BLOUNT Propnet'r.
rpitis HOTKT, is runiinhol throiiRliout with
L nil tliu modi'i ii iHiprovemonts. IJnestw au
ri.dv on the best tieiitim'til. mill vury low hills.
sirwtt C:ira nnsK this Hotel toflim inmi an
Itnilronil liota.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
M. MERKLE,
Proprlotor.
THISHottd, n fnw foot from the Ttnllroncl
Ih-pot and wlicro nil tnvelcia upon nil
trains run tiikmiUMils.linn Just boon irivatly
nlurffwl ainl tlioroulily repalion, pntnimi,
Ac, nnd Ih now In complete order for the re
centlon ofmiPsM. B-Tralns atop ten ruln-
ntenfor meiilH. iwTriimb moprratb.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr.I.T.MONAHAN. - Propriotor.
rPHISnmiRO.rormorly Urn Tslinm ITotjse.hns
1 licoii tlioioughly renovntecl and honntl
rully fui'iiUliecl. Ihivlng nupprlor fncilltlos,
ove'rvthliiK will Ip done to make Biiesta coin
fortiilde. Tnhle n4wiiys supplied with best
nmrlriil ulToi'ibi. Nlcelv fnriilelied IlooinaRnd
eleaiietit Bedn Oood Htahlea. Every effort
iniide for tliecomfort orpatrons. All cnargea
iniMlerate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. W: VARNEB,
Propretor,
THIS Hotel Is In the most convenient par
L oyjic elty on Front Ktrcet, tx-tween Mar
ketanil .ii-
i-IIt'i'son.
PHYSICIANS.
S. W. IV10NAH AN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUES EON,
HAMDEN, OHIO.
Vi. T, TASKS entrusted to him will receive,
promiit and careful intention, nt reasonable
fees. OK'ncK n Main St.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Wilkesville, Ohio.
STKCI AI, attention given to the perrormantc or Bur
Ileal Open'imit.
Oflleo With II. II Bishop, M D In Darst'.
bnlldlnff. f
ATTORNEYS.
J. M. McQILLI VRAY,
ATTOElsTEY A.T XjA."W,
, it. . a.. TTI-A A l
McAIlTUUl., OHIO.
Wir.T, attend promptly to any husiness
..l.rm, ,n lit. ..mi u,,il inn (tfitrfilnnnt. In
any Courts of Vinton and niljolulng count lea.
UfVik In tbuC'om t House. l:t-tf
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at In
ZALKSKI, OHIO.
WIM.altend all lejtnl business put rust n! to
his care. Happly of niunk Peeds and
MorlKimesalwavs on hnnd. Uitick No. li
West Winn. KitiiilirlilKfl Hlock. tf
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McARTHUR, O.
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOEITEY -A.T IjA."W,
McARTHUR, (office, formerly occupleil hy D. 8. Dai a.)
WlIX praetleo In Roaa, Vlnlnn, and adjoining
coiintlea. All leiial bualnes. entrusted, to ht.
care paoinplly alU-nded to. 8S-tl
D. B SHIVEL,
McAHTIIUK, OHIO.
Will ntteliil promptly to all lennl hnainess
errtnisted to his cure in Vinton anil nIJnlnii)g
eounties. Office In Iho Hecorder'sOllirc.
HOIVIER C. JONES,
31'ATITIIUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st nnoit West of Pan. Will A Tiros.
Kstinelal attention given to thecolleetion
ofeliilins. W-'y
MARBLE WORKS.
B.
R. HIGOINS & BRO.,
Maunfaotnreri of
M A KB I; K MONUMENTS,
, TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FURNITURE, &c, &c
LOQA1T, OHIO.
fi()01)"(Morrivirri of Mitrblo contontly on
VJ liiinil, All kind or
Ceihetery Work
Done to order In the. fluent itylo. ii
MoDONALD LOTTRIDQE,
County Snireior, k Conveyancer,
MoARTHtm, OHIO.
IT.TiattniKltonll bulnoa cntraatc to lilt
earn .
DENTISTRY
Dr. S. S. DOLUSON,
EJ3NTTIST,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
JS now prepnred for all JCIiidt of Dentnl
work, which ha will di
From 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
Ihnn any neutUtlii Vinton or any of the ad
joining eoniitiea. , . ..
ma work ihall nil give attraction. CIInt
oe hiiu.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
s
11 MUFF'S SALEe
StU lf Ohio, nafi Oeay.
II, J. Summers Co., rtalnllff,
agtinft
7.,1 ir.hl.liv.ii. Defemlant.
Ill Vinton County Court oI'Coih moti 1'lena. Or
itur 01 "1IIO.
I'ltreiiantto the eoiiimiiml of an Order of Side
icu.,.,.i riv,i H.,.1 'Hurt. nl' (Uiiiiiiiou IMe!iof in-
ton eountv. nnd to me directed in Slieriiroraiiid
i nili nirfr for anlo at tho door of the
Court ilouse, in the town of McArtlmr, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Saturday, tho 5th. Day of August, A
D. 1871,
nt the hour of 1 o'clock p. M. or ald day, tho
following described premises sit unto in the
county ot Vinton, andstate of Ohio, to-wit:
CoHiimincing lit tlie 8outh-weat corner of a
ior.nr'rrnot 01 j.Hno i-nnvryni ,y in w
Jnines U. Leach by Ulchanl Tiniins Wife, da-
teii .iiiiia a latn. aaai corner neinir on uiu iinti
i n 11 1 iw Nnnh and Sn'iith betniien the lands of
ntuinen salts nmi iticnara i iiiims in mm ni
ton county; menceooum mmir i.iin imo
feet: tbenee Kiist nlonir sni'l line. SHO feet; tlience
North alonir an id lino ) feets thence West
along said line 280 feet to the place of beginning,
contiilninirononcremoreor less, neniK inoeo
timi Nnnihnr Kmir 14 ) Tnwinliiu Number Ten
(10,) mid Kaiiffo Number Soveiite-(17.) nml the
same land eonveved bv Uiiliard Timnn to Zeinri
llohhcnby deeif Hatei'l JuneS, lhT, and record
ed In Volume 11, l'ao bW, of tho Kocord ot
Deeds in ana tor wild county 01 viuiuiieuu oirv
of Ohio
I'm ten ns tlin nronnrtr or Kemrl lioiuren to
sntlslynn orderof aide issued from said Court
in invorei li. j. ssuminora to.
A nnniisod ntKive Hundreil and Fifky Dollnn
(f.Vo no.) and must brinn: two-thirds of that aura.
1KHHS UK Sill.-ViBSIl in I1BIMI.
DANIBXBOOTir,
Sheriff Vinton County.
D. B. Shirel, Att'vsfor Pl'lTs.
July 5, lVl-5w-ll!
NOTICE.
NOTICE is liercbv given that on the lMh day
nl' A pill, A. II. Ihil, Heniy (3. Monro. Wil
liam Clark nml Uimii'KO AivimbriBlit, tiled In
theolliccof the Clerk of the Court of Common
... , a .1. .. ,.t Vl.,t,,.t nnrl
I leal, 111 mill lur ni wuni.y ,'. , uii,,( ......
Statoof Ohio. aTetition prnying for the vacn-
4: m..iiu.,.n nrli.il,.iia'Ml.iv n,,H Hii.VlnM.
11(111 I'l HIT, l, "iiwinimni'mfti .. , .
of anld town, sit tttite in the Township ol Hnr
rison, In nld Vinton county, which anid I'eti-
tlon will be lor henring at tne ocuioer ibiiii, .
D. 1671, of anid Court.
11V II, U. Mllt r.bi
At't'y for Petitioners.
June 51. IRTl-dw
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is herebv given that Thomas Vnnce.
(iiinnlian of William A. Carnal, heir of
William Carnal, deceiised, has filed his account
with said Ward for final settlement ; and that
the same Is set for hearing on the !d dny of
July, A. 1. 1S71, at 10 o'clock a m.
U.K. MA i U,
June5S, i87l-4t I'rohate JudRO.
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE ii herebv given thnt James M. Hen
derson, late Gtinrillnn of Mary J. Kdwarda.
heirol Henrv Kdwards. deeenaeil, has llled Ids
necount Willi said Ward, for flnnl settlement :
and that the annielR set for hoariiiK on the SSd
day of July, A. I. 18T1, at 11 o'clock a. m.
J II. H. MAYO,
Junc 58,1871-4t l'lobntc.liidge.
John II. KarncVs Ii(atc.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is herebv given that Cornel In
Karnca, Ailininii'trator. tf "n of the
estate of John II. Karnes1 estate, bus filed bis
account with siiiii estate for kettlenient! and
thnt the sunie, i set for hearing on the 22d day
of July, A . 1. 1871, at 11 o'clock A. if.
II. II. MAYO,
June 2R, lCTI-lt I'robatu Judge.
Jackson Darst's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTIOK I: hereby given that Dr. II. ll.Ilish
,,. a .tti.iniul i-sitiii- nf llie astute nl .TncUson
Harst, deceased, has herein filed his account
with until estate for settlement; nnd that the
bauio is set for hearing-oil the 22d dny o( July,
a. v. jpu, at i o ciucn I-. i.
II. II. MA IU,
Juno 28. 1K71 It " I'robnte Jndge.
IlcirsofJohu . Ilcskett.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby given that Lewis Sims,
(hiarillan of Charles Henry. .lamed Wil
liam, and Henjoniin Fletcher Heskett.hns tiled
his accounts with said wards for llnid settle
ment! and that tho benriig of the FiimclHset
fortl)C27thol Jiiy, A. l).lb"l, nt 11 o'clock A. M.
11. II. MA 1U,
JulyS. IffiMw rrobnte Juilve.
Estate of William Hoffhines.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOT Els hereby given that Vnss llofHilnes,
Kvecuturof the Kstnte of William Holf-
hines, deceased, hns tiled hisnceoiints fiirrnr
tialsellb'iiieiit with the Ktiito of aalddecedent ;
arid Hint the same if set lor bearing on the
2'Jlli of July, A. U.187I, at 10 o'cloclt a, m.
ii. r. n a 1 1 r,
Julys, ll-4t Proliate Judge.
Wm. P. Thompson's Heir.
Prohato Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is herebv given that David Shiilz.
liuaidlanof Finley Tliompson, has filed
herein his ni'coiint for oil it I n I settlement with
bis said Ward; nnd that the same iset for
bearing on the 5th duy of August. 1H7I, at 10
o'clock a. M. H. H. MAYO,
July li, l71.4f rronnte .lucige.
Joseph Dixon's Heir.
Probate Court, Vinton Coinaty, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Jese llrown,
(iuardian ol Kui.ii A. Dixun, has llleil here
in his account for ilnul 8ft l lenient witn ins sain
Ward: and that the snine Is set for hearing on
the Olh day of August, 1871, at 11 o'clock M.
July 1 J, lKTl-lt Probate Judge.
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE is herebv given that a petition will
bo preKcntcd to the Commissioners of Vin
ton county, Ohio, nt their next regular session,
In September, A. D. 1S7I, proving-lor ine loca
tion of acounty roail, along tliu lollowhig do-
acribed routo, tn-wlt :
Ileginnlng nt the corner or heeonu nnu iiwer
Walnut Ktrects, in tho villago of Zalcfki, in
Madison Township, Vinton county, Ohio, anil
running from thence in an cart or ensterly di
rection lOMIftllCS' 1,1'ISl mills, Knu iruill tiiin w
In na easterly direction over the nearest ami
host routo to Intersect the Hridge Ilond leading
from Zaleskl to l'ackanl's Mills. In niton
eountv. MAjir f bxniunt-iOT,
July 12, IR71-IW
1ETTINQ MARRIED- - t7JY tm.
vf Young Men, on great hOCIAL KVIIJ nml
AIU'KKS, which Interfere with MAKKIAIiK
witli sure- means of relief for the Krrlng nnd
Cnfortunnte, diseased anil debilitated. Sent
free, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOW A HI)
ASSOCIATION, Jio.SS.BlnlliHt., rniiauoiinna,
Pa. nol
ALDEN'S BEADILtt ",!e fFor"ii!:
. ling or Binding
BOOK BINDER, hrx
tng or Dinning uoiikh,
era, Mil.
iet them
at 11. ok Stores and Newa ttiamli. or aend aUmn for
t Ircnlars, or 55 centa for aample, aaytnjr whera ynu
..w thli advertisement, to DU1UI1T B1DK 00
Manufacturer!, Chicago, 111. ix-iy
THE I eight page, lllinliji-
RRIRHT j5inFlsw2." te"f VZ
On ft Pol 1 ar . tr'mlf !t k"p. onk Sim k!
TgM!niraiuTuTjlge prcmiiima or caah com
nMMslona, 8av where yon saw thli advortlse
inent. JJUIUIIT rilUK CO., 1'ubl inhere, Chicago'
III. -y
THE GREAT CAUSE
-or
HITMAN MISERY.
.Just published In a sonled onvclopo. Price 8 eta.
Af.fintiirn on tlm NittHM", Treatment and
Kaclirnl Vnrn of Hmninal Wiinkncsa, or
HprrmaforlKP. hirliined by Holf-Mnise, Intol-
. ' . i... inu... Nnrirnliai ll,lilll.
llllliiry r.mmai'"!, ,,,"v--...v , - -
tr. tint! ImrndlmniU to MnrrinM gnnenillyi
(fonsnmptlon. Kpll.-pay, ami I lis t Mental nl
I'hTSIi'.ltl lliTitniiciiy, W1.-111 .
vbkwri.Ii, M. 0., Biilhorof"areen Hnok," etc.
Th Wnrlrl-ronownerl author, In this aMnilra
hlo I.cctnrp, ftloarly nrorea from nis own opff.
. ...... .1. Au...i nAMUiiiiMi,4i i,r snir.
nhiiso mny l r-ffeettmlly remoyel without
mnlli'lnn, nnn wiinmiiiina,i -i" -i;
urntiona, IioiikIm. InslrtimmiU, rlnna, oroonll.
als, polntinKont a mode of euro at oncacnrtaln
and effortiinl, by whl. h wi-y mifforcr, no mnt
tnr what his condition may Ixi, may ctirahlm
snlf chonply, prlvatly,srt.l i-inllnal y. 1 his . le.
tnre will prove a boon to thousanila and '-
'"fJp'n't, under swtl, In a plsin envelope, to any
addrt-sa, pontpaid, on reoclp. six ceiite or two
P Ar.nU'rF'rtilv.rweir "Marring Guide,"
trirr'JK rfiita.
Addre therllshcr., KtK0rn
JJ7 Bowery, yew York, ron-Ofllce Bo IM
AC.EXTS V ANTED FOR
Knots Untied;
Or, XViiya and ltyM'y In the Hidden I.llo
- ll..,.ulluu.
Tty offlecrG. 8. McWattirs. A nnrrntlr "
M vnins' exnei ienco ninoini Hank Koulwrs
. .......... r..li,M 'I'lilnvna. l'lcktjockets. lottery
Diialers, Conlldence Men, and Swindle ol nil
classes of soclety-dlscloHing marketl instances
of diabolical vengeance and deep laid plana of
.tL...l,lnr ...wi miii..,irii nml flliowlmr llltt mimes
by ' which lliejr were traced out and eeoaudrelM
brought injustice. A large ol uinvof over 650
li ng I'M; aU I'1" pnneenKinviiiKs. .
For cliciiliirs and terms, nddross tho liubllsli:
crs. J. II. ItCltltHYIK,
Sll-Sw
llartfoixl, Conn,
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MILLIONS Bear Testimony to th
Wouderrul Curative nccte or
DR. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
J,
. Walkkh reapHetor. A. H. UcDosalii A Cv., lniinrlitR sail
n. Ai'ti, Kan 1 rsuotioo, CiU, anil it and 84 Coaintrc. nt, N.Y
U.n.Ai
Vinegar Blttera ara not a Tile Fancy Drink.
Mniloof Poor Rnrr( YVhlskcy, Proof Spirit
nd Refuse I.lqnore doctored, splcod nnd sweet
ened to plenia tho raata, culled "Tonics,' "Appctlr-
cr," " Itcatorcrs," io., that lend tho tippler on to
drankcnneM nnd ruin, but aro a true Medicine, made
from the Kattv Roots and Herbs of California, Ireo
from nil Alcohollo Btlninlnnta. Thoy aro the
GREAT IILOOD PURIFIER nnd A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE) perfect Ilenovator and
Invlgorator of tho Eyatcm, carrying off ell polsonoui
natter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition,
Ho parson can take these Blttera according to dlree-
tiona and remain long nnwcll, provided their bone
aro not destroyed by mineral poison or otbor meant,
and the vital organs wattad bejrond too point of re
pair.
They aro a Oentlo Purgative na well aaa
Toulc, poiscsslnff also, tlio peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful ngtnt In relieving Congestion or Indus
niatlnn of tho Liver, and nil the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whotlier In
yonngor old, married or tingle, at tho dawn of wo
manhood or nt the. turn of life, those Tonic Hitters have
lie equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronln Rfceamn
Ham nnd dionr, Dyspepsia or Indlgratloa,
nilloun, Remittent and Iniermleient Fevers,
Plscaaos of the Itlood, Liver, Kidney, and
Bladder, thejo Hit tern have been most auccestful.
Knch Disease are caused by Vitiated IJIood,
which la generally produced by derangement of the
Digestive Orgnns.
DYSPEPSIA Oft INDIGESTION, Head-
ache, Pain In tlio Eliouldcrs, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
Dud tntto In the Moulh, Billons Attacks, Palpitation
of the Honrt, Inllammatlon of tho Lungs, Pain In the
regions or the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, ore the oCsprlngs of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate tlio Stomach and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels which render them ef unequalled
efficacy la clconslng the Hood of all Impurities, and
Imparting new lire and vigor to tho wholo system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blote.he Spots, Tlmplea, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, King-Worms, Scald-IIcad, Bora Eyea, Erislp.
clas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolor.it Ions ol the Bkln, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, or whatever name or nature,
nre literally dug up nnd carried out or the ayitem In a
short time hy Iho ne of, theso Hitters. One bottle In
such eases will couvlnco tlie most Incredulous of their
curative e fleet.
Cleansrj iho Vlllnted Plood whenever yos find Its
Imparities burslti: through the skin In rimplrs, Erup
tions or Pores, clennso it when yon find It obstructed
and slnpelsli Intlicvelss: cleanse It when It Isfnul.and
your feellnga will tell you when. Koep the blood pure
and the iioaltb otitic system will follow. '
PIN, TAPE, nnd other WORM", lurking In the
eystein of so many thousands, are elluctnally destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefully
the elrcnlar aroond each bottle, printed In four lan
goagos KngltOi, German, French and tpauUli.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. E. II. JtcDONALD ft CO.,
Dmsrglsts and Ocn. Agcnta, San Francisco, Cnl.,ahd
82nd St Commerce Blroet, Kcw York.
tlTSOLD BT ALL DKUCG1ST3 AND DEALERS.
ft. rati. I STcrjliodj vonla it !
'.LI
Should Id in trety femily in tia ITcrti,
West and Eouth,
It is eqtiall u good as Eastern papers,
and cheaper. --Only $2.60 per year.
TBI rroprietort irtofforlnj proit inducsmontitoclutl
tad euniien. Send for ipodmm oep with la
siKnenti to Cloti snd CuTisjori, to
SUZITim k BTONZ. in 11. Sixth Of., Ot. Lerall, Vs.
. A BOOK FOB THE MILLION.
ARDI APE rrlrsM CeanHler l (as
mAllltlAilaa Marrlod, or 111... atom u
nsrrr, a Ihs itarilo).ltl
III aiyswrt. and ravslstlnn. ol
leUIUIal the Miu.l j-iWm, IH Ih.
UtottU,eoTerlilDprdM4Bf
and prtrenUaa ogiprtnr, hetoprHrv(ithtoonplcit.D,ao.
1LU Is so lutemtlug wftrS (if two bundrrdaoa lwenlrSnr
ptRrs, wttaDumvei, oosrsvtoRf, sad ooalilos Tnlaihltlnfor
biiUob for lh.,0 who aro intrrlod, or tontorapUto aisnlirt.
Still, III a a book thai ought to bo kept saUvr look aaa koy, sua
Aoltttrl osrelonly olmut tliohouH.
Bool to any ouo (f- orpoiitio) for Fifty Cenla.
sditrou nr. Bstu Dlipaaurr, o. I a Korth ElahUi Straet,
81. Loall, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and
Unfortunate.
Bfira arplrlng to tlio notorious qust-ki who adrertl la
robllo popora, or tiling any otiaok remadloa, (ktom Dr. BotU'
work, nd matur wbat your ataoaie la, or bow aeplorabls yoar
SI0dlUr.D.
br. Butts osn bo ensaolteit, porsoMlly or br wiatl, en fha
dtanaapa rnftD-lnuM la bla wurka. OlSeo. No. 11 horlb Klfhlh
Btriwt, bota.aD Mnraot and CuoalDttt, St. Kouli, Mo.
A. lturo Collection.
ROWt.ATfn'R RHemrra..!!,,!, ru, rMKrorlaa, ke.,
onniprlilns valuablo Information for ararjrlKidir. Htni hy
Bialltfraoof noataci') for PIKTT Cama; addroak..KOaV
MAKD Y, ho. la NHb Elgiilb atraal, HI. Louts, Uo.
TlRAKF.'g 0 nl.T.r.CTiOy of ntsrlross knnflro rftlnu for
" Biokias Br.elT all klndaol Wlno, (ila, Ala, In, Cor.
t, Haparlnr door, and mnoh othor naoral infomalloa
for tnosa dcallsa 1 n or manuf acturtns aor of tbo abora, ollbar
far lha trndo or lionio oa.
Fnl lijr mill (Iraa of peilsc) frr Flfif Onti. Mm
ft. (, Nol'UAXUY, No. IlKortbRlcblbttroot, Bt.UaU,Mo.
Buy Me and 1 11 Do You Good.
ROOT & PLANT
CO
TiT CLKANflIKO TUM BLOOD AKD
rouolDK Itit Llrnr wt HMretln r-
Cn ( a li4ilitif 'itnn, tb Pllli sure
miny maplalatf wtilub it Wftald not tit
ujij.oMd tliirf oald rrtota, lutth u Hiad
icNi, tkn in t hb fliDa,liUMaM or tmm
HtMM AMD VlIT, UULLMBMI, CUILLHMt.,
HMKUMATffM, MhUBALqIA, I.oMOr APriTIT,
ItiLtnvi llriBHTinr, JCidikt Xrrucrw,
COfWITATtVII, Dibottt, Frvbm v ii j,
irM. l)TitarMi. JiL'KDtci. td Athflr klD
F
r
03
dre4 mpliilotf , ttrtilnf from ft low otito of
m nnnj, or ooKrvouoo 01 us lunoiieini,
KdDaTfrMfrom nsrourr nd oihor fi,ioni.
tfiT Ma b taken it fcUtlmci tud kndtr All troaBUnoefl
wlMotu rtf rd tw dlot or owl mm.
Prlo28 ttoUttbor. y
rrtpared hy th Omftnti Vtdlolnl Co., Bt. Ixmli, Wo. .
Md by drtgfliU 4d4 dotlon la medtatB vorywhor.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
0rioollAD4 crlp4niiB thO PRTflU
twwali fftoUtuiM tti pro 25
uofttlilo. )0ENT8
C RublMeovMAiii ttnrl nw.) PRIOlf
llmmti oil dliMMi IndUont to
I IbIouU oad oaiidrto. ) CKMT8
( CarM DUrrbo. Pjtnitry nt.4 ) PRICE
la? Hnmrntr ComulaUnt In ibtidrli
- i . . . . iM,1ataaa
111 tho rroot Tnfoati'Rnrl rhIMrom'i iMrDiInf Itmed li
til rtlsworibiwtihtflfl by Torthinf or itnjrolhiroftOMt rro
i-trwl pt tbo UwftaMi tlodlelno 'o., Ht. Unii, Me.
o4 hy dnmiUtO tad dwloniti Bodllaovarwbtrt
McCOOK AND VICTOEY I
For the Campaign of 1871.
XV 12 BKLY
OHIO STATE SMAN!
With which Wit Cflim ncwanapor rini been
merKfl will be lurnlslicf for the
politli'iil campnlgnol 1H7I,
Commencing Juhj 1 9, and terminating
October 18, 1871,
'Embracing foitrtwn Issue of the paper.
AT Till" FOI.1.0 W INO T Bn MM !
Plnirlo copies 5?cf.nti 2"
Clubs of tun or moro v l
AVe offer these low rates to aeenre a (nernl
clrcal iilum of tho Mindesmanilni'inKlhflrfHivnwi.
The least effni-t by active Dcnincrma will aw.ure
Innny township ucliibof tort ior twcntvsiibserl.
Iters, Ten subscriptions for the camlmlitn, M,00)
twenty sitbscrioers, only 5.
A'Wre"chlIOSTATFMfAItr;
COM'MBf'S, OHIOj
IScad, Everybody, Mead!
Let tlio
2T- JS. JST3R.OISTCSJV'S Drug BtorC
For Anything in tho
lis, Mm, lie Lead, Oils,
Togothcr with a general Assortment of
DYE STUFFS, BOOKS, STA10NEKY,
FANCY GOODS, &c, &c.
A bonutiful stock of JEWELUY just received, consisting of
Ladle' Ilraccleta, Black So in, Kings, Gold riccc,
Watolios efce.
We propose to sell these GoocU Cheaper than the Cheapest. Give ni a
trial and see for yourself !
NELSON ItlCIIMOND.
At John S. Hawk's Old Stand.
Mqtn Street,
-A.srloxULlrciro.X
SADDLERY HARDWARE,
mm
AND
STOVES.
Wo hnvo tho oxclusivo ealo in this county of tlio
"ARLINGTON,'' a Combined Wood and Coal Cook Stovo,
acknowledged to bo the best stovo now manufactured. Also,
tlio "Indianola," n Wood Cook Stovo manufactured by the
name company, tho new "Homo lioflector," "Finnct"
for coal, nil stoves woll known in this country
numbers of them being in uho and giving
Perfect Satisfaction.
They aro also agents for Iho
CHAMPION COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
Tho only wrought iron framed machine yet mado, and for Durability,
Workmanship, caso of Mangcmcnt,
Work tho Champion is acknowledged
THE ''IMPROVED CHAMPION, "
Cut .1 1-2 feet, is ar ran sort as a It iff lit r Left
Maml t ill, Milli Self or Hand Kakiiiff or
Dropping Alfaelimeiit, and Vv hut
one Cutler-bar for Iolh Mow
ing and Heaping.
It is tho "Machine of tlio Period," ami should bo cxaminod by nil
Yrl,r, (.nnlnnmlnln llnvinrr n Uonnnl' Ulnwop. Don't, ri'll Oil 0I1P rfillTO-
Bcntations or thoso of agents of other machines. Examino for your
selves. A written guarrantco given with each niaohino.
ill l -VT l 1TTTITM
THE BEST JS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
WHEELER
&
Sewing
Awarded tho
HIGHEST PREMIUMS
AT
Til I. AVOItMI'S FAIR, II0, I 1803,
AT THK
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, ' PARIS, IN 18G7.
82 MACHINES &JRrftWt?ctZ& COMPETING.
It In THK BKST for Family Sflwlnj;, innkea thel.ork Stlti li hy incnna of a ItnlnlliiK
Hook, anil Kanka IllRlieat on account of the Final Icily, l'rmianrnrr, llrnuty
uml (connrnl dftHlrnblnneai of Ila alltcliInK, anil tlia ulilo rniig; of Ita
application, Sowa fiiatcr, roqulreaj loaa power ami la mora durable
THAN ANY OTIIKH MACIIINR IN THK WOItM.
THE SEWING-MACHINE WORLD IS CHALLENGED.
II ii y no other until you try the Wheeler &, Wilson.
011 maclilnot ro-KlJuated Mill mmlo Hi gnoil tew, ftt K trifling cost, hy calling on
either of th. agenu. &
vJUISrE AJSTJD J-TJXTT 1871.
S. O. SWIFT,
CHILLICOTHE, - - - - - OHIO.
In Now Receiving Lalo lurclianei for
SUMMER
Such a -
Fjii:U:ii iiii Tiiiiiii ii S
Qlxlrt Fronts, vlulCL
GOODS SUITED TO THE SEASON f
Also, WliL rAPUR for
Mt WCIllllK; r,
tsrtov 8a leal a Small Advance at tho, Customary
Term.
people go to
way of tho finest quality of
JOSEPH H. Ill' UN.
McArthur, Ohio.
AUR ,nt tiow rocclviiiK anilopcniiiK a large and well solcctcil
stock of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
HARDWARE,
TINWARE,
impiemonts,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE
lightness of Draft, and quali.ly of
superior to all others.
JVlVyll.U 4.l It Ol uumi,
Machines
'J
ChuleheH, Ilanksy PriTtc;
WILMS
The Latest California Sensation.
The latest pensation comes
from CnHfornia, of rather from
a California newspaper,. n the
slmpe of nn nccount of the
denth of nn old man who by
dint of long study m! the mys
teries of chemistry discovered
the means of setting the ocean
on fire, and ho, to. prove the
reality of his discovery, set on
fire and burnt up n mountain
lake'to the last drop, leaving1
its bed burnt and baked like
the hardest brick. Being poor
and in want, the discoverer of
tlie wonderful secret threaten
ed to set the Pacific Ocean on
fire, and thus burn up the world,
unless the people of San Fran'
cisco should place in his hand
$1,000,000 within a given time,
Notwithstanding the most des
perate efforts of those who hud
witnessed the burning of the
lake, only half a million dollaia
could be raised, and they br
eime satisfied that the only
way in which the impending
doom could be averted was to
destroy the discoverer and with
him the terrible secret. "With
that purpose in view they in
duced him to take passage for
New York on a Pacific rail
road train in company with one?
whom he trusted, who was U
watch his opportunity jind at
some opportune moment to
push him from the car. Thi
he accomplished to his own
satisfaction, and to the great
relief of his co-workers. At a.
particular point in the Rocky
Mountains, the narrator tella
us, he pushed the great chem
ist from the platform of the
car, where he fell down, sever
al hundred feet, a shapeless
mass upon the jugged rocks
below, and thus, according to
this California sensation,- tho
Pacific, ns well as nil other
oceans, was saved from being
burnt up.
The oldest woman in Maino
is Mrs. Pcrthia Foster, who
was born oh the 15th of June,
17(51, and is, consequently,
over 107 years old. Since hr r
one hundredth birthday she
Has both spun and knit. F r
one pair of stockings knit since
that time she has roceived $.
has been able to read until
within a few years, and to walk
quite well until very -recently
when she ftdl, and has sinco
bmi obliged to keep her bed.
She still retains her mental
faculties .to a remarkable de
gree, considering her age.
The estate left by Mr. Vnb'
landigham has been stated nt
$30,000, but fhis seems to be
an over estimate. We leant
from private sources he owm'dl
no rpal estate except the home
stead on First street which
would bring $15,000.' Two
thirds of the indebtedness n
this property he cleared off
since the war. The law firm
to which he was associated with
Judge llnyries, was rapidly
gaming in lucrative practice
Vnllandigham returned an in
come for 1809 of ?5,500, which
indicated a total of $7,000.
His r-tyle of living was moder
ate. It is not -likely that his
family can realize more than
$20,000 from his estate. Be
yond a modest, comfortable
dwelling on thu leading street
in Dayton for private residen-'
ces, they are left with limited
resources.
The snobs and shoddyitcs of
Radicalism are trying to get
up a matrimonial match do--tvvcen
(i rant's son Fred and!
Queen Victoria's fourteen rear
old daughter, Beatrice. This,,
they assert.,, will strengthen the'
bond of union between the two
countries. If mich is to bo ther
policy of our plain republican1
government in the futnrc, one'
of tho prominent qualifications
for President will have to be1
tho possession of n numerous
progeny of both sexes and'
marriageable ago. An allU
anco matrimonial will have t'6'
bo made with the San Domin
go, with Ilayti, and with all!
tne lighter-bued peoples ft-'
ding down through the choco
late-colored Moors to the lighfy
tallow-candle tinted CtsleBfciata
Won't such an "Sternal mi"
bej6lly ?
pension Agent Lawrence's1
defalcations amount to $50,0001
He writes that he is in T,
and that his "disaster'' , was th
result of "tocfc peculation?''

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