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l)c (Enquirer,
,f. W. HOWKN. ldltor.
July 26, 1871.
Mc Arthur,
Tiik lolluwinu; is a Kttitement of
tho nppoximnto earning of t'10
Marietta uml Cincinnati JJailroail for
tlio second week of July, 171 :
ssH.it) ftS HI
T"l-SOIIRPr..
i i 7 in. 'i.i i
in.:; ri
, , , f.ii,v.M pi:.
Tetnl "or IhiK month io d.ite M.UW 87
Toml for tlio iis.nl your '''-,..., ,(,..,s,,
iNfiicinKJunj..
"Vc rest easier. Tho Vinton
Vemd is in its L"J!I instead of 21st
yonr,'l'l(iUicotlic A'lnrliscr.
The Viiifon 7?'for was establish
ed by tho Messrs. Ubattonu in Jan
uary, 180G, and it is a bnso slander
far a ncwapaper man that even ha
tho slightest streak of honor or
honesty to declaro before tho world
that bo is 22 years old when lie was
born no farther bnc-k tlian January,
18GG. There is quite a tlilTorcnco
between 22 years and 5 years. Jsk
P. P. SllRINF.il, Of' UrO CbilliVOtllC
Gazette Job Printing Department.
Eveuy woman in town ught to
havo a flower garden and get out
certain hours each day and take
caroofit. Theroin nothing bo in
vigorating to persons confined n
doors as digging tb earth and eul
tivatinjr plants. There is a wonder
ful pleasure ir. it, too.
It is said that lawyers do much
court ing where thero isn't the
slightest lover.
Tho beBt way to raise a crop of
money is to plant solid labor in the
best soil.
It is true that a good thing well
advertised will sail.
During tho past few days the
shady sido of tho street is much
sought after.
Don't allow your horses to
stand on the street crossing where
people aro constantly passing.
IIOLLimWa'iSMINAIlf,
mIXIlAYSRimi 1A.'
FM&FereMaifette Railway Co's
T . AN TD
IN MICHIGAN
Tlnlnmlsif till roinpunjr, locatoil lonir Iho line of
Its i'.ni I ny, ovT
300,000 ACEES,
ABE OFFERED FOR SALE I
TIipsp Ijmi.1i Indn-lc mny flinire tracts nf Pine nl
oilier Tuluable timber, nnil iil-u large quiin
tltios uf
EXCELLENT FARMING LANDS
Tho land will 1)6 oM at fait' pricci, ami a
HJeisy Torms,
ning ilirert from Toli'.ln. via K8t baginaw, to Lake
U l.lKn lif tlie clwo iifW.
TEEMS OF SALE.
' Onf-fmrlli ilnwn.in all w lialanoe m'y k
va il In thrnv onual annual pHj-iiu-iita.
Tlinbi-r I.aml iniiat lie p:'l Pr lofr ho ns rnt.
Virmtnc Liimla. fr nntiiftl ffttloiuent, will br fnlil
on narmoiitnfonefnurihlii caMi anil tlio bnlaiuv, nt
liiuor's nptinn, nt any tmio in Ave year.
lntpr.nt, at I hn into of 7 pT font, un all unpaid
tialancrs. to be pa il itnniially.
All rn traits ami NoU'V"' "",,le W""'4 nt M'r
li.ita" National Hank, in Knt fa?lnaw.
r.ir barmiin r liiforiinthm concernln? thc.o
,.,!,, calUH or I,, WEBBER,
Land Cominissiouer.
T.anil Offl'0 at Krt Saulnaw, Mirli.
CHEAP FAEMS! FBEE TRAVEL
Chicago, Rook Island, and Pacific
Railroad Company.
600,000 ACEES
CHOICE IOWA LANDS.
Tlil Company l now nffi-rine fir aaie about x
hundred tleiusnnd tm of tba dnc-t ajriciiltural
lnn.li In the Wot. The Cmnp oiy sells only 'n act-
al ot tiers, and th prices are ocnodlni:ly riiona
b, aiialnc from to per acre tl nue-ra'.-o
t..inK alMmlS. Tho (ircnter part of llicec lamia arc
ilutitwil nlnnu tho line of ita rallrnail bctwenn the
citlM of 1m Molnw and Council UlulTa, and are in
lb mint ai-ceiibl and fertile rln in the Suto.
Pales mailt for cah r on credit lonn rnnneMo
onab'a any iiidiutrloua man to pay for t!io land out ol
Its arops,
Tlicae landa ara liMd nnder a titlo direct from tha
Onerfl Oovcrnmcnt, and ro ma moripi-cd or en
cumbored la any way. Full warranty dei-da given
o purcliaacra.
For mapii.pnnipli'cta. or any ohor Informiitinn re
apBatlnit th-'n, address Klll'.XKZtH COOK, Land
C nmmlMioncr. Havonnoit, Iowa.
FXPW1KIN0 TICKKT9 are M'd nt Ibc Cnmpa-
.' .. . . ... .. . nil k.. nrlnoliial
By IICKCI oinm a a' nic... i i -
,.. i;..K ...i ir th., ,(iiri.,..ir hnva and
aiauvnn en iib i.n, " i - , . V '
thr amount paid fir llw ticket Is applied on tho
plirrna" iimie y.
AGENTS ! READ THIS ! !
WV. WIf.T. PAY Al'.F.NTS A SAI.AItY OF
I'EK WKKIC and Kxpenses, or allow n
larifP coinnilsslnn to sen our new nii'i n .n.e-i -fill
inventions. Addresa M. V AONKU CO.,
ilarshall, Midi:
AGENTS TAKE NOTICE!
Tin rfn-Mi mir mrctii" n-in
VAHfir uiir U
7TT
h IIh'V urn whit.hiU'iI Sh't'v
A. A TAYLOU, IScw JirltHln, i.n.
A MfiVTIf. Ilr anil Csrrlairo fnrn
t tsbeiL I'JuprnaM pai I. II. Shaiv, A Ifrid,
Maine,
SALKSIM F.N wan'od to Iravol fir a manufacturing
compnuT. Hood anlaiv. tlcadr Hup! ymenl.
. I'. C( Mjl F.lt A CO., Iiiii Klin St., '.ncliitiati, 0.
A MkLION DOLLARS.
rwd but quiet men can make a fortune by re
tailing I lie (ocrul of tlu) Lttnliieaa to no una.
Address WF.ST.
088 Ilroadiyay, New York.
"MOTHERS' COMFORT."
Th beat, chespept, ard moat rellablo Boothinj
rWrnpf.it children. b!a by Iiiimini.
A GAUD.
A CAerryman, while reidilfna; In South America aa
a inlasmaary, illecovercd a safe and almple remedy
r the tare of Nerveua WcnkneM, Knrly liecay,
Iliacaaea of tlia ITrlnary and Seminal Ori(ao, and tho
wlwde train nfdlmrdcra bnnwhl on by hanehil and
tlclnua habita. (Ireal. nnnibera bare Iwcn cured by
tali nnkle rameily. I'romptM by a desire to bent-tit
heaffiinted and i ifirtuurne, I will send the recipe
Ibr preparing and itainir hl uiedlelne, in a scaled
nvalitmi.to any una who needs If, freoof eharre
Addresa Joe. T. Inmah, elation I, Bible House, N.
Y. city.
a i - '
yp fl pjr,It I ' F of Hiicapawf ill A d vit laera,
Fj ion ppe. Hollci tor i' cenla. G. P. Kowill ,t
Oj. . r,
s
Business (Sari
in
DRY GOODS, &o.
1
ESTABLISHED 18 YEAKS.
J-. J?. Tt'AVELL,
WHOI.l'.SAI.ii UKAl.Krt IX
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. .. .Portsmouth, O.
,1 K TOW' KM. I" agent frevral Mills, niul
his house is liciidipmrtors for t .liny dcsimlile
ninki'siil Kitsioin (loud. All good will bo
sold nt tin' lowest possible price.
( -lost-1 : i v 1 1 Itnvcis, Kim! (linn Time, Initio,
Whole-nlc Peddler nnil Kiirimcemeii lire psir
tlciihul.v i t 1 1 c t tii an oMiiiilinilion "f 111 sttiK.
HOTELS.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
E. J. BLOUNT Propriefr.
1I0TE. Is furnished throughout with
I ....... I I... ....,, .nil. UllOstH I'HII
Mioot . fUi'K puss tttlH Hotel to niul Horn all
lliiili'ipinl Depot.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILUCOTHE, OHIO.
M.MERKLE, - - Proprietor.
THIS Hotel, ft few feet froin the ttnllrond
L IH-llOinilU Wirm "
trninacnti tiilto nienls,lm Just bee n r nt T
etdartsod nnil tliormmlily ropnlrod, i i in tod.
Ac, nun in now i "ii ,"'- .' ;-,.
cent ion ofum-st. -'iulntiHti)l ten min
utes for meulM. iwtkkms modekatk.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr.I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor.
THIS Honss, formerly tlio lsnn.ni n nunc, tins
1 liiM-n tlioioiitthly renovated mid hnntl-
fllllv fiiinlslipil. Itnvini! superior iio-jiiii.-,
everything will be 'lone to miike K,"'s's ,"",:
fortii'lilc. TnhlP nlwnys niii))licil with bos
nmrki-t affords. McoJy I'm nlslioil ltooin niul
(;lPiini"it HodH Good stnlilrx. hvi-ry cftort
inmlp for the comfort ofjmtions. All clinigcs
tiioilonilp.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. Vv : VARNER. - - Fropreto.
rriHIS IIolol Is In JliP niOMt rnnvpnlPiit pnr
X ol tniMMiy niiruiiuii'.1";.""'
kct unil.l.'IIVrstMi.
"I " V.JW'.
PHYSICIANS.
"S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEflEON,
HAMDEN, OHIO.
i.L CASKS pntriistpil to liim will rooplvff
prompl 1111 t ciiivi'ill ntliMition, nl rojiMHialilo
lVi's. ill'I'ICIC on .Mil in Ht.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Wilkesville, Ohio.
SPECIAL nltentlnn given to tha pcrformanre of Sur
ciral OpiTatinna.
Offlce-Wltli II. II Hiihop, M. D., In Darst
bnll.llitir. -v
ATTORNEYS.
"J. M". MoQILLIVRAY,
ATTORNEY -A.T LAW,
(Proiesnting Attornfy ol Vinton uonnty,;
McAKTUUlt, OJIIO.
XITir.L ntloiiil promptly to any oneness
W , ... i,lu ..np., , .1 ,mi imtrmm.nl 1,1
nnyrourtMof Vinton niidiuljoiiilna eotintlcM.
Offtck In the Court House. ''-f
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attaej at Law ai Mail Mc,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILL at tend nil lecallniKluPiw entrnsted to
hlNcnre. Supply of Hlnnk liecds and
Mort .'imes alwavs on liiiml. UrFK'B No. 12
West Wins HiilnlifldKO I'loek, tf
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McARTHUR, O.
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOBETET AT LAW,
McARTHUR,
(Okficr, fin-marly occupied by D.S.Dana.)
71I.L practice in Hom, Vinton, and adjoinlnt'
V ceunii.s. All li'irnl busliicsa cntrimtcd to hit
cure pautuptly at tended to. 8S-I1
D. B SHIVEL,
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
JlcAKTliUJi, VllLV.
win niti.n.1 MAfnnf1v t nil lefffll 111H.nOHK
ontnihtud to hl euro In Vinton nnd adjoining
1 as... 1 ...... l..'u I lilt.
COUIHieS. )Y I li K 1 II tut' nn."iMti nwKM.u.
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTOK.liTE;"2" AT LAW,
M'ARTIIUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st noon West- of Tmn. Will A Ttros.
KMpeclul aUentlon Blveii to the collection
olelalnis. W-'V
MARBLE WORKS.
B. R. HIGGINS & BRO.,
MaHufacturera of
31 A It 15 LE MOJflDIENTS,
TOMB STONES,
liANTLES, FURNITURE, &c, &c.,
LOGAN, OHIO.
f"O0T) nssnvtment of Marlilo constantly on
CJ hand. All Kiuiis oi
C enict e r y If o r Jc
Bono to order In the flnestatyla.
SI
Mcdonald lottridge,
Count? Snrveyop? & Conveyancer,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
Il.I.nttond to all business entrusted toliis
a to.
DENTISTRY
Dr. S. S. DOLLISON,
D33NTIST,
McARTHUR, OHIO. '
IS now prcpnreil for nil Kindt of Dental
work, whlisli ha will do
From 10 to 25 per Cent Lower .
than auv nenllallii Vinloii or any of lac ad
joining CntllltiOX.
no worn siiAii nu jive bniiMaciiou. van p'
him.
i
legal' advertisements.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Is lionliv irivpn Hint
of April, A. I. ls71, ll nry C Moihb,' Wll
linni Chirk nnd (tpoim" Aiuiinlii'iKltt, tlli'd In
tlii'iilliir oft ho Oli'ilt of tho Cunt of Coiiiiiniit
Pkniii, In niul fur tlii' I'liiinty nl Ylntnii, itml
Sliitunf Ohio, a I'l'tition praylni! fur llmviion
II, hi nl thu Town nl Uiilt'lillslinot. mid Iho I'lult.
uf wild town. Hilinitii In tho Towni-hlp of Miir
rinn, In enld Vlnt'iii coiintv, whli h suld roti
lion will lie for ItvnriiiK at tho Oolnbor Torni, A.
1). Ifil.of HiiiiH uuit, , ,
m n. n. hhivkt.,
At't'v lor l'otltioiiHi,
June 81, lSTl-Ow
Hoi vh f J oh n I. SIosk(t.
Probate Court,.Vmton County, Ohio.
NOTIl'B Is liorohy plvpn thnt I.owl miiij
(iiini'illiiii of ( liiivli-H IIiMiry. JiiniPH M1
Ham, niul Hpiijiimin I'lolihor Iloskolt, him lllnl
liia Mi'.miils with Hiild wiinls for loiiil wllli'
inont! niul Unit the hoarliitt of Iho nme In 'l
for the 2Tlh of , I uly, A. 1.1J, ",11101jA- M'
Julys. 1CII-1w 1'ioliiitp.Iiiiliro.
Estate of William Hoffhines.
Probnte Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOT! T.ls hPiohy given thlV"11.u,,m,1l1,,1,
KAOontorof tho KHlnto of William H.ill
hliies, ilPfi-u-eil, hna tiled his arnnniti for par
tial nottleinont with the Estate olniild(l8e.deiiti
nnd Hint the sumo is net for lioiu liiK on thf
2!lh of July, A. U.1HT1, at 10 jel'jk "J- (
JulyH, imi-t Vrobiita Jiillpc.
Win. 1. Thompson's I loir.
rrolmte Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NDTK'Klsheiehy Riven that Dnvlil sliiitr..
linmdlanof l''inley Tliimipsoii, liaa li ed
herein his account for partial si'ltletueiit with
liMmiid Ward; and that the Kaino Is set l.r
henriiiK on tho ftlh day ol Atir..st. I 1, nt 10
o.lnik A.M. I' 'V V i V.
Julvli. !H71-1t i 'rohiito .1 ii'ltfe.
Joseph Dixon's Heir.
rrolmte Court, Vinton Courty, Ohio.
NtJTICK is liorohy Riven that Jeaae T.rnwii.
(;i.iiiiliaiiol IteiA, llixon, has tile, hero
in his ai ount for llnal settlement w th his said
Ward : niul Unit the winie Is set m hearinu (in
the Dili .lay of August, 1MI, at II s , Ml
July 12, lTI-4t J'rolmto .ludiio.
ROAD NOTICE.
N-OTK K Is hereby given llm!n petition will
ho presented to the I'omniiKidiniors o In
tun count v. I ihio, nt their nnxt reRiilar session,
in Si ptcnihor. A. D. 1S71, lnavini: for Hie loen
linn of aeoiintv lvinl, along the lollowiUK do
aerilieil route, fo-vlt :
lloKinninif at tlio corner of Second nnd T.owi'r
Wiilnilt Street?, In the vllliuro Jr alei kl, ill
Madison Township, Vinton comity, ohm. nnd
runniiiic fifitn thence in an east or easterly di
rection toShados' Crist Mills, ami from thence
in an I'tiaturlv .lirc. tloii over Hie nearest mid
host route to iiilersret the Hrhlire llrtiullcndln
from Zaleaki to 1'aekiir.l 'l xL ,,,'m'
couiilv. MAN Y I'fci 1 1 U)Mtl,S.
July 12, 1871-tw
PFTTING MARRIED. -Ks'.ny'i f'"
vT li in i iu Men. mi Kt'eat MlflAI. K I I.H nnd
A Hl'XKS. which interfere Willi M Alt HI ACr.
Willi Kiiru means of relief fur the KrrniB
I nlortiinnte, diseased ami debililiitcd. Sj-nt
free, in sealed envelopes. Address IH Altl)
ASSOCIATION', Xo.SS.SInlliMt, I'lnladelphla,
fa. "nl
ALDEN'S EEADYfr
BOOK BINDER. SS
us or l.lniliiur
ItOMKK
npers. Mu-
. Sep tlli'in
hi It. ekSluii's mi. I Nc. bmnils, or sonn utainp ir
rlrcnlai s, nr 2'i I'ciiis f..r pniople, r-aylnc when- yen
av lids ndvcrlisiincoit. lo liliHIHT blDK CO.,
Manufacturers, OIiIi-kim, III. 1'My
THE
An eiRlit liiijro, llluslrn
lei I, weekly foryoiintr peo
ple. Host." prelllesl and
.-lienpest In the world
riUAIntll'.ONK Dl.MK.
BRIGHT SIDES
One Dollar.
Ajfcui.. anied. IjiIko preiiilnnm or cn-n coin
liiis'Miis. Sav where you saw tins anvenisc.
nient ISItllil'lT SllK CO., l'uhlislieiH, CI limine
III. J'J-Iy
Tii GREAT CAUSE
HUMAN MISERY.
Just pnbllslmd In ft sealed envelope Triced cts
A Lecture on the Niituvp, Tientment und
Kiiillcal Cure of SiMiilnnl Weakness, or
Sperinatoiliii'a. Iniluceil by Kelf-iihu-e, Invo
untai v Kiuissinns.lmpoteHcy. NervmiH liehlli
tv, nnil Inipcillineiits to Miin iaKe (jenerally ;
('oiistimptioii. Kpilepsy, nnd Fits; Mental nnd
Physical Incapacity. Sc. Ilv Koiit. .1 Cvi..
vritWKi.i,, M. I)., author of "Creen llnok." etc..
The Woihl-rcnowneil author, In this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own expo,
rieuco that the nulul oiiseiiiericea of self
iilnise inav he cffeetiinHv removed ' willinul
medicine, and without ilniiRorons surRiciil op
eralions. luuiRies, instruinents, rinjis, or cordi
als, pnlnlintrout a mode of cure at oiu-ii certain
ami cll'ecluiil. hy wlileli every KiilVcrer, no innl
ler what liia condition niiiv bo, may cure hiin
sclfcheailv, privately, and radically. Thi- l.ee
ture will prove, a boon to thousundM ami thou,
(anda.
Sent, iindcr seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, pnstpniil,on receipt six cents or two
post k( amps. ,
Abo. Dr. Culvenvell's "Miuxabko (.tnde,"
I'l iec'.'.'i cptitM.
Addross the I'liblishors,
( I AS. .l.C. KHNKafU,
127 rtowrry. New York, rost-iltllce llox Mm
I
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
McARTHUR NURSERIES.
J. & W. GOLD, Proprietfiw,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
INoderinKOur stock to tlieTriido, wn tender
our acknowled(,'iiienls for tho lihernl pat
roiiaijo we have heretoloro received, ami hope
lv promptness and strict integrity in business,
lo merit tlio support anil eoiifltlmieeof tha pub
He. Our stock uf
Apple Trees
It large and fluo new varieties. Our
reach, Cherry, Pliim,
Evergreen Trcen,
Grapo Vinos,
Ituapberrlea, Kmnll Frulta, e., &e.,
Will aurpasaanv wn hnvfl ever before nITprcd.
i-Oidein soU'elliid and promptly ftlleil.
nul'leasnaend for a Cntnlogua.
$1,000 REWARD!
A reward of One 'J liousand Dollar
will Ihi inild to any I'liVHiuinn win
...111 ..H...r..a u mnilii.tne Ibnl will sol)
ply tUa ivauU of the people better tlian
tlie uriicie Known an
DR. P.FAHRNEY'S
53 CKi.EnRATP.n it
Blood Cleanser or Paiiaeea.
It niusttieabeltcrCiillmrtle, a heller Allorn
tivc. n liot lor Snilorlllc, a better Tonie, and ill
overv wuv Ix'tter than tho 1'an-a-eo-i. No
matt'or Jiow lonir II, ana been In nan or bow
liitely discovered. Above nil it must not con
fJia anythlna not purely veK't"1''".
roo iTTiWAnnii
A reward of Five Hundred Pollnra will be
nahl for a inedieinethnt will permanent! y cure
iiiore eaaea of CosliTOiieim, CoiiHt Ipatlon, 8 ck or
Nervniis lleadaeliu, Liver lniplalnt. Uilloits
Dlaoideis, .Inundiie, Ilhetiniatism. Clout, Dys
ncpHin, ChillH ami Fever, Tape or.na, bo s,
Tumors. Tollers, IIIeei-H, Borea, 1'alna in the
Loins, Sido and Head and reiimlu Conibliiluta,
U"'n DR. FAHRNEY'S
Blood Cleanser or Panacea,
.. .i.i.i. i o.i mnn Avfnnalvelv bv lirnctlclnff
Willi 11 l.s 1IP' ., w ,, , ,
nhyaielana than any onier puimini mcn-mo
K""wit: ; , .
MajaM e-y-j'rppnrcn iiv I . rnnrnej n nnm.
Mi (li,, Wavneahoro, Pa:, nnd Dr. 1'.
n i'f jKahnicv,1)lorth Dearborn Ht., (.'hien-
5s f"o. Price ' ''" Per bottle for anle hy
tm iiaitl'iVholeaalnand itetall Dtaicra, and nt
,1
ftisaon'a Drug 8Ur. -'y
1 A(IKNTSWASTUl) lOlt ' :
3E5Ln.otJ3 TJXXtlocX;
r, Wave niul Itv-Wnya In the Hidden l.llel
'of Ann rlciill Deteutlvca.
Ilv otllcer (i. s. McVatii:iih. A nurrntlve a
years' expi-ilencu ainoiia llnnk llolihcrs
CounterfeltciH. Tliloves, Pb kiini kels." Lottery
1)0111011, Confidence Mon.iimf Swlnilleia ol nil
elnsso of soclidv dlscloaliiK liiinked llistiinces
of diabolical vengeance and deep laid plans ol
nilseliiel niul outr.iKi'. and showliiK the modes
bv which Ihev were I nu ed out and scoundrels
brought to. lust lie. A lai'KO vol nine ol over 650
pam-Hi 30 full paife onifiavlnifs.
Fur e.lreiiliirit und toiins.ndihesH the pnliilsh
CM, J. II, 111 Itll A 11YDK
20-3w JlnrUoid. ( una.
A CHEAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
HIILLIONS IJenrTealimony to the
Wonderful Curailve Kllceta of
Dlt. WALKEK'S TAlilPOHNIA
J. WAl.KKn rronriei.r K II. Mi lloiAj.n Co.. Drnaglnta aad
Uru. Ag'tt, Ban Fr.oelo, Cal4 anla"J and SI Ouaimarou M.N.Y.
Vlncirnr Iilttera am not avlle Fancy Drink.
M ado of Poor Hum, Vi'lilakey, Proof Hplrlta
nnilltefuso Liquor dnrlored, aplccil and sweet
ened to plraso tlio taste, cSlled "Tonics," "Appetis
ers," "IteJtorcrs," etc., that lead the tippler on to
driinkcnncis and ruliijliut tircati uo Medicine, mado
Trom tbeKatlro r.ootsand Ilcrbi of California, Iree
from nil Alcobollo Hllmulnnla. They are the
(Jit EAT I1LO0I) PITtIFlF.lt nnd A LIFE
UIVIXU PRINCIPLE, a perfect Ucnevator and
Inrlporatorof the Byatcm, carrying on' oil poisonous
matt cr and restoring the blood to n healthy condition.
Ko person can tnfco these Hitlers according to direc
tions and remain long unwell, provided their bones
are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means,
and tho vHul organs wasted beyond the point of re
pair. They nre n Gentle rurenllve ni vijell oan
Tonic, poascaalng nlo, tlio peculiar merit of aellng
as a powerful agent In relieving Congcatlon or Inllam
million of the Liver, nnd all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, lvhoNier In
young or old, married or stnitle, nt tlio dawn 'of wo
manhood or nt tho turn of lifc.thono Tonic Hitters have
no equal.
For Inflnnminiory nnil Chronic Hbeninn.
tlsii nnd Jout, Dyaiicpsla or Iniliceallon,
Ilillaiia.lCeinlttent nnd Interiultleiit Fevers,
Diaoaaon of Iho Illood, Liver, KldnejH, mid
nindder, tlicsa Ilillpra bavo been most succcssrnl,
(Suck DiNRnapB nio caused by Vitiated Illnoil,
which is generally produced by (loraiigcmcnt of Iho
Dlgeatlvo Orjnnn.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache, Pain in tho Khoiililers, CoukIis, Tiglitiii'sa of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Klomach,
Had taftoln tho Mouth, unions Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation of tlio Lnngs, Pain in tho
legions of the Kidneys, nnd a luandred olhcr painful
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the Stomncu anil stimulate, the tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
efflency In cleansing the blood of all lnipurltlca, and
Imparting new life nnd vigor to tho whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Bait
Ilhcuin, Ulotches Spotn, rimplos, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, Itlne;. Worms, Pcnld-IIcnd, Poro Eyes, Eilslp.
dm, Itch, 6cnrf9, Dlscoloratloinol tho Bkln, Humors
nndPiscnfct of tho Skin, of whatever name or natnro,
arc literally dmr np and carried ont of the syrtem In a
.bort thno by the use of these Hitters. Onwintt!o In
mcli cases ivill convluvu the inobt Incredulous of lliclr
cuiutlvo eliect.
Clonnsa tho Vitiated r.lood whenever rnn find Its
Impurities bursting thronnh the skin In I'liiiplua, Erun
lions or fores, cleanse it when Ton find II. nhstructcd
andalngcisli inllicvelaa; cleanse It when it Isliml.and
your fccllnin will tell yon when. Keep tho blood nine
and tho heallh of the system will follow. 1
PIN, TATE, and other WORMS, Inrklnc In the
system of mi many tliousnnds. arc ellectiuilly (leatroy
cdand remoTfd. For lull directions, rend carcnilly
the circular aronnd each b anc, printed In Tour Jan.
gangon-Engllsh, (icrmaii, French and Kpaiilsh.
,T. WALKEH, Proprietor. II. II. WcBON'ALD ft CO,,
Drtifglsts and Gen. Agenta, Pan Francisco, Cnl.,and
S! ard it Commerce Ftract, New York.
tT-HOLV BY ALL DRUC0IST3 AND DKALEHS,
a'flKlitit!
.L
ML
Should t9 In every fetmly la tho oth,
West and South,
It Is equally as good as Eastorn papers,
ana eaeaper. omy w.w per year.
milE Freptlttori jrooffcrinf
and caavueers. Send for noclaon msv with In-
(ncomesti to Cluti ail Cafameri, to
CatrriELD ft Clous. Vl H. 8uth Bt., St. Lnii, Ho.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A PrlraU Cfinnwlftr totha
Married, or llioio nUoiit to
marry, on tlifl lliylniJ)tletl
myiterkri u4 rovolitioui of
lilt BflXIlM RJTIitflDIt Wllh th
I aUit K MOTPrltjii t u nrttditci ds
mirt prfTtmtinn nnpnnir, ii"w in jirtaorvo i iinootnpiCKl"n, c,
1 lii il 1 nu lnlTsiiun wtirk of two titinr d rikI tuntf -tnt
pip'; will. outiitfrotH cuRraviiiRi, nn1 ooMtMlim vnlti.hiaj Inhir
mttlna fur Dicm! who ara nturi vA, or tonicmplntw niurrlif).
hi I II, tel. v book tli tit mi tt lit lo bo k'jjit uuJcr luvk to4 kny, tu4
not lol J oiirtlci.ly Bltfiut tlio hnu.f.
Bout toftujr ouo (r-aorpoiUg) Tar PI ft) CttkUi
AfMr'ubr.DutU DliptHiinr, No. 2 Kortb Etglith Etrtot,
St Jouii, Mo.
Notico to tho AfHIctod and
Unfortunate.
Br)rft rp1yn1 th nolorloui qnnrku wlio nrmfrt In
pilillo paper! or unlng ny qimok rouiodk'fi, p':ru(i hr, RotU'
work, no luktUtr wbtt jour aiioau U, or bow deplorablo yeor
lr, liutti ciin ti ennnltM, pnnfmiilly nr hj nrnll, n hn
Hlmui mrMtjiiet In )ui nm ki, tuilco, Nu. 2 North Biflitb
Strt-ct, but Winn Market tml Cliotaiit, hi. Limit, Io.
JV liaro Collection,
noWT.Arn'S URCSirra. MnKh Arm, MvnvtrlM, t.t
x ooniprlilniT vutunhlo Inforniutlnn fur oTfrybnJr, Hnt y
mn!1(frtof poftlnp ) fur FIFTY Cciil. AArr- It. K. hOlt
N AKL Vt Nu. 12 Nortb Kililh Mreot, Bt. Lutlf, lo.
TXTtAKf R COM.F.CTTON'of n:arlTftn hmdrnl rwrjlritii tut
muklMft HrantiT ( all klnilnof WltiP, jln, Alo, Hor, fiof.
Alt'.!, Superior Ciller, and it inch other nnrTwl infiirmnHftn
for tV.podcnllnKtn or maaufacturlug anj of tlio abovi. iiiioe
fr tho trificor liomeitM.
nt lf mull (frco of rtftftiTf) frr TYy rontn. Adflf-i
B. K. Ki)PUADY,No.hhvittlKlKhtlii.tr(.ttt, tft. touli, Mo.
Buy Me and I'll Do You Good.
ROOT & PLANT
CO
aruunloB tho I.Ivor anil fttrtlro Or
tJ
P
P
CO
Itnna to a hwalilijMllon, tbrto PUli ooro
utojr cnwpliilnta vUlh It wnuld nit bo
HppooM tiicy ould renah, lucb at Hif
ACHM, fAIN III TH B 8lliI,Nl')4Bl 09 TUB
llAana 4kb Pbrt, Duixmrm, Cnnxuma,
KHiiman!, Kbiibilou, riV A rr rrtTi,
Riuom UvaairriMV, KmnRV Xrrucjn,
ComrifATioM, 1hility, rviM or all
aiHita. UmraraiA, jAimnti, aartnthtr klo
drefj OAmplalDtf, arlahiK from a lowalata of
tho bfxjy, or obmruttioQ of lu fu net Una.
Piitia f ran from aisraar aod othar tulr,na.
intiT an d takt-n ataiitimM amd uudor all
wubont rrjard to diet or boatawa
rrloo 2 8 Wnt box,
lrf pared by the Omfloii VMIMnt ., Rt. LrniU, Vo. .
Ml by drautfta aud4oalara.il intdlalnoovarjrwhort
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
The Great Soothing Itrmtily,
g, t Corn .nil. .,,4 ,riplnln lh. ) pnirrfl
OTITT)IIV howflll and f.ell.tsta. Hi. tir t 9k
UP, oe.io(lelhln. ) CENTS
r liiMiw. eonTttl.tens anfl ow-1 PRIOE
BB nniea all d lno tnoidaot to
5S
(, miauu ana euuareQ, y UtJ
TS
t Caraa DUrrhrhV Ttrtrnirr nnil t VD TOW
B'B 8mmtr uilAiDt In tiiUrou 2 ft
Itla tha Yft rnfanafaod OhlMran'i aoothlna Romcdr Is
all dlaordttabriMsliton by Twtaiojt nr any otlicroauat. Pro
pared hr tlia Orafton Modtilno Co., tit. Mala, Wo.
Bold by dnifrrilta aarldoalarala nedlvitio avurjvhrr
MRH.
WHIIOOM
McCOOK AND VICTORY I
For tho Campaign of 1871.
WEI1MLY
OHIO ST A TJS S M A Nt
With which TIM CIUSTH novrsriajwir hnt been
merged will ho furnished lor Ilia
political cnnipulKiiol IMI,
Commcncinq Juhjl'.), and terminating
October 18, 1871,
rEmbraclnir, fourteen Issues of tho pnper.
AT TF.II FOM.OWIKU TIHMSt!
Plnrtlo copies,.; finrcMf Pnch
Clubs of ten or moro '' " "
Wn offer I hose low rntea to secure, a ncnornl
clre.iiliilnonof thu Hlnlesitinn ilitriiiK I h rnn viimn,
The li-aatclfort by iicllve lienioeriiia willaecuri)
In nny towmihip a club of ton or t wenty aubscrl.
licit. Tcnsiilwrlptlons forthu eninpalKn, M,CO
twenty aiibsrrlucra, only M.
AJl"'t,J,OHIOfeTA.TrMAX,
Coj.iauis, Onto,
Hearty Uvcryliotly, ;-Kcal !
v ; ' '. . I Lot tho peo))lo go to ..: ' '
JS S,Trt03NTO,JS Drug Store
For nnytliing Iti tho way of tlio finest quality of
. . '' Together With a goncral iiasarlmcnt of
DYE STUFFS BOOKS, STATIONERY,
FANCY (iOODS, &'., rc.
A hoiuitifiil slock of JEWISLUY just rccoiveil, consiKtinp; of
T.mltea) KrarrlriMi Itlack
UTa nrnnnca tn Rpll til 08 A Goods Cheaner than the Cheapest. Give Us a
Iff V A Wj'UUW v v
trial and see for yourself I
NKI.SOX ltlfHMOM. JOHKIMI S. I1VIIV.
At John S. Hawk's Old StnmL
- .
Main Street,
UK Just now
il
. slock uf
A HOUSE FURNISHING GGGDS,
HA
W
-LKrioii.ltnxil
SADDLERY 1IAHDWAHK,
AND
STOVES.
Wo havo tlio cxclusivo Halo in this county of tho
uAKLI(siTOi," a Combined Wood anil Coal Cook Stove,
acknowledged lo bo tho best stovo now manufactured. Also',
tho "Indianola," a Wood Cook Slovo manufactured by the
fiaino company, tho now ,:IIomo liefloctor," 'Tlanet"
for coal, all stoves well known in this country
numbers of them being in wo and giving
Perfoot Satisfaction.
They nro also agents for tho
CHAMPION COMBINED REAPER AO MOWER,
Tlio only wrought iron framed machine yet mado, and for Durability,
Workmanship, caso of Mangcment,
Work tho Champion is acknowledged superior to all others.
T II E 4k I M P R 0 V E DOHA M PI 0 N, "
(Jul .1 1-3 loot, i annnTil as a Kiftiit r 6n
Hand ul, Willi Sell" or Il;unl leaking or
Dropping Allarlinirul, and I'mm ImiI
one ii tier-liar for liolh low
ing and Keaping.
It is tho "Machine of tho Period," and should bo examinod by all
who contemplato buying a Eenper or Mower. Don't rely on our repre
sentations or those of agents of other machines. Examine for your
selves. A written guarranteo given with each ranch i no.
mOlM'JNDVfc IIUIIN.
THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHE A VEST.
HEELER
Sewing Machines
Awarded tho
HIGHEST PREMIUMS
AT
TII 13 WORLD'S FA1K,
AT
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS, IN 1SG7.
8Q MACHINES.K
ft fa THKHKST for Fninlly Hewing, lniikcs
Iluok, nnd Rnnbs IllRhcat on ncenunt of the Rliiatielty, rcriiiitiif.iee, Iteauly
and Bonerul ilcalrHblencaa of Ita HllteliliiB, nnd thu wide riiii(o of ita
upidlcntlon. Hcii'i faster, reiinlre, Icua power nnd I moro ln ruble
THAN ANY OTHKIt MACIIIXK IN THIS WOULD.
THE SEWING-MACHINE WORLD IS CHALLENGED.
II ii j no olhcr ii ii 1 i 1 you try llic Wlirclcr fc Wilson.
nn.Old miiehlnos ro-mljustod and tniulo Hi
irlllier of tho t(eii-l,
For sale by u.
JXUnTE A-ISTX) JULY 1871,
S. C. SWIT,
CinLLICOTHE,
In IVotv ICoociviiig
Such
SMrt Fronts, ctncX .
GOODS SUITED . TO THE SEASON !!
AImo, Wl-L VArrii lor Chiilclic, ISankM. lr irate
.,(.v h, - , IvcllingM, &c. . t .
twrFor Sale at a Small Advance at tlio Customary
Tcrinw.
J
Sel, Kings, Uohi Vicevn,
-
- McAi thuv) OW.
roeelvliiK mid oienlii(r n lnrjro nfui tcMI selfi leil
r nw ARE.
TINWARE,
Implements,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE
lightness of Draft, and ualily of
&
LOXDOA, I IV 1MJ3,
Tlll'l
COMPETING.
Hie Lock Ktltcli liy ineiiiiH of n IEolntiiifr
pooil n new. nt a IrlflitiK font, liy eiillluii on
w. sissu a kiuiiakd ijiiAta.
- - - OHIO.
Lalo Purchases for
tin .
1 1 1 ffl s
-l)c (Enquirer.
Being Drowned.
Some oxtraordinnry mental
ilienomcna occur in drowningi
As soon ns respiration is sus
pended; ly 1 lie indrawing at
water Into'tlie lungs, conscious'
1 1 ess is immediately extinguish
ed. From all lliat can be
gathered in regard to the ac
tion of the heart, that organ
probably acts, feebly, a consid'
erable time after tlio function
uf respiration is suspended. By
its muscular force arterial blood
is driven onwardly to the head
faster that the veins bring it
back, nnd consequently the
mind is plunged, ns it wercj
into a profound sleep ; for Johj
of consciousness results from a
sudden apoplexy induced by
an extra accumulation of blood
in the delicate texture of tha
brain.
AVhen the pulsation of th
heart stop, then the tenion on
the muscles relax ; and, if no
eflorts nt resuscitation are made!
vital heat diminishes gradually,
and the change is an. expansion
of compressed gasses in the
cavities of the body, due tha
first processes of chemical de
composition. If the body, how
ever,- is recovered immediately)
even though respiration and
circulation are quiescent, it is
possible to re-establish tho
movement of (he lungs by nf
tificial iiillamation of thojungs,
vigilantly continue for a long
while. The trial is not always
successful, but so encouraging
that the' prospect demands the
utmost perseverance.
With .the revived actlori of
the heart, the moment the
lungs begin to take in oxygen'
from the air forced upon themy
life begins to return. So it is
admitted by physiological phil
osophers that the soul is' tveru
back, if it had gone, in the act
of restoration ; or else it fa
morally certain its departure at
death is a errndual process
which may be interrupted, ami
reimpiisoned in ihe brain hf
human elTort and skill.
Where the Sun Never Sets.
The following- paragraph is
from the description of a scene
witnessed by Mr.' Campbell
and party in the North of Nor
way, from a cliff on thousand
feet above the se 1:
"The ocean stretched fwrny
in silent vasfness at our feet;
the sound of the waves scarcdy
reached our airy lookout
away in the North the hutle.
old sun swung low along the
horizon, like the slow beat of
the pendulum in the tall clock
of our grandfather's junior
corner. We all stood silent,
looking at our watches. "When
both hands came together at
twelve, midnight, the full
round orb hung triumphantly
nluive the wave a bridge of
gold running due North span
ned the water between us and
him. There he shone in silent
majesty that knew no settingV
Wo involuntarily took olF our
h:its; and no word wa said.
Combine, if you can, tho most
brilliant, sunrise and sunset yo
ever saw, and its beauties will
pale before tho gorgeous color--ing
which now lit up thef
ocean,' heaven and mountain.
In half an hour the sun hatt
swung by perceptibly on its
beat, the colors changed hy
those of morning, a fresh breeze
rippled over the flood, one1
songster after another piped up
in the grove behind us wtf
had slid into another day.
It is estimated that each Ku
Klux witness costs tho country
about $200 and many of then
much more, so that the tempta'
tion to visit the Capital at 1 her
public cost is sufficient for'
wandering carpet-baggers, vic
ious negroes, or low scalawags,
who form the staple of thoso1
called to "Washington on the'
Radical side from the South.
Over $.00,000 have thus fit
been expended.
The Democracy made a winV
ning move when they nominal
ted the distinguished German
scholar, Dr. Bruehl,. of Cincin1
nati, for State Treasurer. 1h9
is in decided contrast with tho1
action of . the Republicans in
nominating Mueller, of Cleve
land, for Lieutenant Gorcrnof,
a position which is merely nom
inal, affording neither influence
ted.

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