3T. "W. Bowen,
r.ftlTOH AND PHOl'KIKTOB.
The Election of President.
The frnnwrs of the Constitu
tion mndo a grtfftt mistake
when they did not incorporate
in it a provision rendering the
President of the United States
ineligible for re-election. Gen
ml Washington sought to do
it in practice, and to retire at
the end of LU first term, thus
establishing n precedent that
would have been second only
to constitutional authority. In
an unlucky moment he was per
suaded to he overruled. Gen
eral Jackson saw the mistake
with his usual clearness, and
every oue of his eight annual
messages was in favor of amend
ing the Constitution so that the
President conld hold but for
one term, that to be extended,
however, for six years. The
mistake was not so much in the
past, when the country was
eemparatively honest and pure,
as it is now. Lool, for a mo
nittnt at General Grant. What
is going to renominate him but
the immense patronage and in
fluence of his present oflice ?
Without that his name would
not be mentioned by his own
party. He is considered a dis
graceful failure. Ilia Admin
istration has .been both weak
and corrupt, jet the disposal of
four hundred millions- of dol
lars a .year will buy Lira
hrouffh a no rata at in 2 conven
tion, and by party drill give
lim another opportunity ol
indorsement by the people.
A snake got into bed with a
young man at Hannibal the
other night,, and, the young
man got out.
fttSPereMoTptte Raffwar Go's
T, Sl 3NT IS
Til. lands of this compsnjr, lotstod al)ng lh line of
ARE OFFERED FOR SALE.!
TWrto lands liiclu'to msny clialeo trsots or Tine and
other yslusble tinilwr, nml slsu Isrge ijusa-
EXCELLENT P ARMING LANDS'
Th Isuds will hi soM st fnlr prices nnd oa
Tills Kmlrosd Is now coiplll to tli west line f
rSsrs t i'mnty, sm vrlll protishly have tra ns run.
nli..ii;rct frsm ToWil vis iswl ssgiuswi w ww
Midiii by tlm loe iif IsTli.
' On-fntittliiliwn,ln ll cs5o, srnl lislrfnca my bo
psiil InthW-fqnsl sniml psyiwnis.
Timber Lsnils must be piicl for lifforo twln cut.
..,.!,, Ijin.l. for actus! settlement, will be wihl
an parinsnt of one-fourth In coli' snd tlie blan, si
uniera oiii, t
Interest, at the ram of 7 r cout. on all unpaid
lalsnccs. to U ps'il uiinually. ...
All contracts an.l Notus sro mails psyablo at Mer-
chsnts' Nslloiml Bank, in Kst Saginaw.
Kur barpains or luforinstlun oonmiinlng these
'""""W. t.. WEBBER,
BKsnd Offlf st Ert SaRiunw, JIlclK
CHEAP FARMS! FREE TRAVEL
Chicago, Kock Island, nnd Pacific
CHOICE IOWA LANDS.
This Conipsnv Is now nflVring for ssle about six
hundred thousand 'rcs of the flno-t agricultural
lands In th Wmt. The Company sells only to act
nal setilort, nd the prices are w-WMlingly niwona
h'e, ranging from " to 10 per acre the swage
being about $S. The greater part of tlu sn lnl aro
sltmleil slong the line of Its rsllroad between the
ntles of Dcs Moines nml tVnncll Hlutfs, soil are in
tbs must aeeessible snd fertile region ill the Statu.
Sales made for cah or on credit long enough to
list's any ludiulrious nun to pay for tlie land out uf
Uiess lands sre held under title direct from tlio
(I Mien 1 Government, and am not mortgaged oren
ciimbcrod In suy way. Full warranty deeds give
Fur maps, pamphlets, or any nlhcr Information re
spectlng iliein, address KUKNKZMt COOh., Land
toiiiuilMloner, Uavenpvrt, lows,
kXPI.OUISO TIPKET9 are sold at the Compa
ny's ticket offle.es nt.rtilcago. and all o'her principal
siattons on In hns, and If Ihu purehasor buys land
the amount paid for too ticket is applied on the
AGENTS! READ THIS I!
E W II.Tj PAY AGENTS A RAI.AIiY OF
sii PRlt WKKKuml KxDenscR. or allow a
lnrgvcoDiinlmion to sell our new and wonder
ful Inventions. Address M. W A UN EH it CO.,
AGENTS TAKE NOTICE!
Tile resim our iiu.-iils inwkii wi inio-h uinm-y. i
snse mir 'j 'U
I.' 1.- III
-IjlTliey sro wiirnuilcd More live Agents wmitp
X IS. '1 AVI.fill, New Drltalu, Conn.
OOr' A MONTH. Hone snd Crfrrlsirs fnrn.
5)Zcr Islitd. Kxpcnses puid. II, bliuw, Alfred,
C.ILRSMKN wanted t4 rural for a niNiufiii turlng
O sortiianr. OimmI salsry,- ntcsily eitiploymQnt.
ti. V. (JOtil'RB & CO , ltW Klin St., Cincinnati, 0.
A MIlLION dollars.
Klirewil but ipilet men can msko a fortnno by re
vesling the secret of the tuslnrss to no on.
Address J. WKST,
(188 Itroud wily, New Vrk.
Th bent, ehespeit, srd most rellalilo Hpolhlng
Syrup fsr chlldrea. bold by Iimggiaig.
A Clergyman, while residing In South Amorlcas
a inlMioiiary, illKovoreil a wife anil ilmple remedy
for th cure or Nervous Weakness, Early I)cay,
Disessosof tli flrlnsry and renKiiud Organs, and th
whole train uf disorders bmught on try baneful snd
vicious hnhit, Orast. numbers hsve bea eured hy
this noble remedy, Prompt oil hy a desire to tmicflt
the afflictad snd unfortunate, 1 will nd tbo recipe
for preparing and using this nimllolno, in a sealtd
envelop, to sny on who needs it, free sf rharg
Address Jo. T. Imjsam, Station D, lilbl House, N.
TrWi'KTUK- KofMiirressfnl A1v-rllsrr,
J loo pp,, Msilid fur t: wins. ((. I', Itowri.i.
i'o, N. .
DRY GOODS. &c.
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
JT. IP. TOWELL,
Wnol.F.KAl.K D1ALEK IS
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Stret. . ..Portsmouth, O.
J. F.TOWKl.r, Is jurent IVr several Mills, iiml
Ills houso is liewhiiitU'ti'i'S l'r uinny tasirubla
sohl ttt me lowest possible iriw.
' 'ifc Mim-is, Kiist Oii Timo,. Trmlo,
WIkiIi'mlIk l'mliliuiii mul Kurnncwmcn tire imr-
tieiilurly InvlUxl to an i-xiimliwitu.n ol'hls stuck.
lliirh niwl Kliitn Street.
(Noarly opposite State House,)
E. J. BLOTJST - - PropTiefr.
npiIIS IIOTKT, Is fnriiixlieil tliroiiRliout with
-1. nil tlm iiioilern improvi'munls. t.mM run
rt.lv nn tin. 1imw. IHJlt nil'llt. Illlll VHfV lltW IlillS.
sirri-lCur iiiisM Oils Hotel tu iiml from all
THIS Hotel, a few feet from tlio nnllroad
it....... n...i wiiuh. uil pii vMpra imnn nil
tt'UIHB cun lK litems, nun ju n--u k..j
enlai'Rcil and MinruuRtily repaired, aiiiteil,
Ac, and is now Incomplete order for the re
ception ofniiosts. tfTralrm stop ten ralu-
u tea for inenis. jb-tkkjis .tsiiurkait..
Dr. I. T. MO N AH AN. - Proprietor.
mma ITm.an fAvtMArttr Mia tuliiim ITnilso liflll
X lieen thoroughly renovated and beiinll
bflty nirnlHlied. IlnvliiR superior facilities.
oriunie. lame niwj nuiuii wnu wm
nV,.wlu V.iilv Airtiluliod njimim nnd
cleanest. Beds Good Stables. Kvery efl'm't
murte for t lie comfort oipairons. aii cnarges
J.WiVARNER, - - Proprotor.
riTia tTa.,1 I.. I mAut iAnt'ntont tin r
I u in liuin in aii vim nswrtv n... . ....... I"--
J. ofthH city on Frouttstrect, between Mar
S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ai.LCASEH entrusted to liim will receive
prompt ami cureftil nttention, lit reasoiiiihlt'
fees. OFK1CK On Muin ,St.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON
rtPECIAL attention giren to the) perfbrmsnce of Stir
ij (tii'ai Operations.
tiniee wiin u
II Bltbop, M.D,
J. M. MoQILLI VRAY,
ATTORNEY A.T IjA"W,
(Prwesuting Attrnjr ol vmton uonaty,)
TTTlI.t, attend promptly to any business
ft given to nix cure anu iiiiiiuigeiiiKm in
nitvPniirts of Vinton and adjoining counties.
Okfick In the Court House. M-tf
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law ail Notary Pule,
WITX attend nil lpgnlbuslneas entrusted to
his care. Sui)dy of lilanlc DeedH and
Mortuiises nlwnva on hand. OfFlCK No. 12
West Wing Bulnbridge Hlork. tf
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOBKEY A.T X.A."W,
(OKKK'K, fonnerly occupieil by D. 8. IHN.)
WILL praolico in Rns VlnUm, and adjoining
counties. All Icgsl business entrusted Ut hit
cure pnoinptly attended to. 8S-tl
D. B SHIVEL,
ATTOBWEY Jl.'T LA"W,
Will ntlend promptly to nil legal hnalneas
entriiHtetl to his cure In Vlntm and adjoining
couutica. Okfick In the llecordcr'auiuce.
HOMER C. JONES,
OF Fit F. 1st door AVi-st, of Tan. Will .t Uros.
KsMRlitl utteiilioii given to the collection
B. R. HIGGINS & BRO.,
MANTLES, PUUNITUPsE, &er., So.,
Ctrioi) rwportment of Marbis omlstorHJ on
I'liund. All kinds of
Cemetery Wo r k
Done to order in the finest stylo. 21
Comiti Surveyor, & Conveyancer,
IM, attend to all business entrusted to hi.
Dr. S. S. DOLLISON,
Ii now preparcrl for all Kinds of Dcntsl
work, which ha will Ho
From 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
than ttttv Dentist In Vinton or my of the J.
Joining eouii6ies. ... ..
HiH work 9I111II all jive satisfaction. CalUnft
Wm, 1 TlMiHsons Heir.
I'robste Cuurt, Vlntmn Cyj Ohio.
NOTIt'K Is hereby given tliut David 6hurz.
Unnn41u.it of Fiulm' Tlifiiuisins lm Hlwl
heiflu his sccmint liirimiUnl itt4snit with.
liUsuiit VV'iu-il; anil that the sumo Is xi't lor
liearing vu Ute Utty ol' August, 171. ut 10
o'clock .M. I' MAil),
Julv U, 1871 -4t l'rubte Jmlfcu.
Joseph jOixon's Heir.
l'l'obato tXiurt, Vinton Sliiuity, Ohio.
NOTIOK is hmtiby givou tliitt Ji;ss llrown,
(iuiinlian ol tinea A. Dixon, liu flltil here
in Ills account lor Unul nctllcuicnt with his sulil
Ward ; hikI Wist tliei same, Is act for hcurhig on
the 6th tkiy of Auguxt, Ibl, ut 11 o'clock : . u.
II. MA i Ot
July U, IS'Ht riobate J uiIko.
NOTICE is hereby Rlvon thnt petition will
ho pieauntcd to the Commissioners of Vin
ton countv, Ohio, nt llicir next ri'Kiilar si-sslon,
in September, A. D. 1871, pruvliiK for the locu
tion of u county road, along tlio lolluwing Ue
scrllieil niut,to-wlt s
Di'ginniBg stUwi ooruer of Second nnd Lower
Walnut Htreets, In the village of Zahkl, In
Muilison Township, Vlntou county. Ohio, nml
running from thence in nn east or easterly di
rection to Similes' tJrlat Mills, und from thence
In nn cnNtvrly direction overllie noarest and
bcHtrouto to Interxectthe llrldite Road loading
from Ztiloskl to l'licknnl Mlllj. I l"
countv. MAKY rKTlTIONEUS.
July 12, 1W1-4W
"William W. Sherrod's Estate.
Probnto Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereby glveu (but Cordolla II.
Kherrod. adniinistiator of the Estate of
Wiljium W. Hhervod, deceased, hns filed herein
her account with suid estate for sett lenient ; and
that the same Is act lor hearing on the 17th day
ltfil, ut 10
II. it. MA 1 0(
JulySfl, ls7Mt l'robato Judge.
Charles Dutoher's Heirs.
Probato Court, Vlntou County, Ohio.
NOTIOK Is hereby glren that Henry Dtiddle
son, Ouiirdianof KIIzsIh-IIi .1 , Msry Kllen.
and Snniuel Dutcher, bus filed bis accoiint.s
herein for partial settle -nt with his said
Wards ;nml that tlio same i set for hearing on
the llltli day of August, . I). IKil, st 1U o ciock a
H 11. II. MAYO.
JulySfi,1871-H 1'rolKite Judge.
Stall qf Ohio, Vinton CoHnty.
II. J. Summers Co., riniutiffe,
Zcmrl Holdren, Dnrondaiit.
Ia Vinton Countv Court ofCoiiuiion I'lcua. Or
'dor of Side.
Pursuant to the coninmnd of nn Order ofSnln
Issued from tlicl'ourt of tUniiiuoii 1'lcusof Vin
ton countv, nml to me directed ns .Slicrin'of said
countv, I will offer for snlc nt the door of the
Court limine, In the town of Mc.Arthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 5th Day of August, A.
at the hour of 1 o'clock P.M. of said dny. (he
following described urcnilscs, situate in the
county of Vinton, andHtato of Ohio, to-wit:
Commencing ai rue oouui-wchi corner 01 n
T jA nr Trnrt. fit Ijlllil conveved bv HfWfl tn
James M. Lem li by Klchnrd Tiiiinia it Wife, da
ted .Itine fi. IWsl. siiid corner being ou the line
running North and South between lhelnndof
Meincn t-Kitu una lticusru i nniiis imj.mm in
ton county; thenceSotilli iilong snid line !i.Su
feet; tben'ca KaNt along said lineSHO feet; thence
North along wiid line t) fovt ; thenco West
along said linctiKO feet to tlio place of beginning.
containing one acre more or less, neing insw.
tinn Number Four (4.) Township Xnnilier Ten
(IU,)aud Itanje Nuiuber N'venu-cii (17.) and the
same land conveved by Itichard Timins to X.cinri
Holdren by deed dated .lime S, l.Siib, suit record
ed In Voliunell, l'sge 5!, of the Itecoid ol
Deeds in snd for said county ol lutoiiiniU btate
Taken ns the propef'y flf Zemrl Holdren to
satisfy an onlcrof sale issued from said Cuurt
in lavoroi it. j. rMimincrsA .n.
Annralsed at Kivo Hundred and Viftv Dollnrs
(55o 00.) anil must hringtwo-thiidsofthatsuni.
1KK113 UK OILS. I in iinnn.
fibi ritl Vinton County.
P. n. Khlvel. Att'vs for 1'1'lTs.
JETTING M ARRI ED. - ay for
VT Viitiint Men, ou Kient ('l A I. K 1 1.8 nnd
A ItlKKS. liich Interfere witU M A It III AUK
with sure i.i.-iiih of relief lor tho KrriiiK and
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent
free, In sealed envelopes. Addrcsn, HOW A Id)
ASSOCIATION, No.HS.NlntliHt , l'liiludelphia,
BOOK BINDER, I
ritf or bindlnir Books,
MaKnzlnes, 1'spvrs. Mil
ieu, etc., etc. heelucni
II ok Store und Nmvi. Sluiids, nr send si amp for
circulars, vr 2f cents for siiinplc savlnit where ymi
snw Ibis ailvcrllscniont, to KliltillT bIDK H)
Manufacturers, Chicago, III. 12-ly
ri"KN Million ScedlliiL's. M will Imr 100
X thousnnd of the smallest, Larger sizes at
Twenty-five varieties of Evergreen, and For
est Trees very cheap.
Price lilts free. Descriptive Catalogues 10
WTn l.nlla.rn Hit la It,., I,1 I ',,. n.l.Ai b nnwn
mid thatwu have the only iced of tlio variety
existence. !V cents a puckutjc, by mull.
Address, PISKET il.AWnKNCK,
Htiiigcon Iluy, lKwir Co.
THE GREAT CAUSE
Just published In a scaled envelope. Priced els.
A Lecture on tlie Natures Treatment anil
KhiIIchI Curo of Seminal Weakness, or
Hpermntorhiea, Imluced by Helf-nhnsp, Invol
niitnrv KmiHsiona, linpotenev, Nervous Iieblli
tv, anil Impediments to Marriaire gcnerallyi
('oiiHiimpllon, Kpilcpsv, and Fits; Mentul and
Physical Incapacity, Ac llv Hour. J. Cvi.
vr.KWKt.i., M. 1., author of "(ireen Hook," cto.
Tlio Worbl-renowncd niillinr, In this admira
ble Loctnre, clearly iirovcs from his ow n expe
rience that the nivlul coiisniuenccs of sclf
nbnso may bo etfectimlly removed without
medicine, and without dangerous surgical on
crntions. noiigios, innruiiients, rlnps, orcordl
ills. polntliiKOUlft mode of cure at once certain
nnd effectual, by which every sulTerer, no mut
ter wlmt bis condition mitv be, may enneliim
self clieuply, privately, nnd radically. Thl Iic
lure will prove a boon to thousands and thou
sands. Hent, under seal, In a plain envelope, to any
address, poatpaid, on receipt six cents or two
post Htanips. .
Also. Iir. Culvcr'wcll's "Marrlngo Guide,"
Address th Piiblishers,
cii AH. j.r. KLiNR r:o.,
137 llowery, Kw York, Post-Ofllce bVx 4.W
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
Mc A RTHURNUE SERIES,
J". &C "W. O-OTjT), Proprlafptj,
INolTorlngonrstock tothe Trade, wn tender
ouracknoWledgemeBts for the liberal pat
ronage we have heresnfore recelvd, and liopo
by promptnesaand strict Integrity in hualnesa,
merit the support and eonlliloHte of the pub
lic. Our stock of
A p p Ic f fee
I. large and flne-new tarlcties. Our
Fcacli, Clicrry. rium,
Baspbnrrhg.r Small Frulte, o:, .
will surpiit any we have ever beTore offered.
srOrdors solicited and promptly IllUd.
m. Close icnd for a Cataloguo.
PURIFY .YOUR BLOOD
WheTevct Poke Root grows, tl has a ICTsI
reputalinn for curing Rheiiinotisiu, and as a
Hlood 1'urifler. Willi all tins loenl reputation
anil Ihe iirnlan of dtHtiiieniHlied PIivhiimwiim Mii..
Coe, Lee, King, Wilson M Hunt, (irillits.CopUnrj
and others,) who have tested us medi 'nl powers,
it has been nealeoled by the nrofsHHion i l.irim.
as muah through a want of a proper ap precis,
iiea of it merits, sS a knowledge of the
firoper way to
I jCA oiciiiiii use, Dr.
mivor i;rooK, a
votes 1is entire
tune unbe dm us
f Ids profession
nnd who lias
the largest prac
Wee or any pby
ician in Fi'iitli
vrn Ohio ha
fully tested the
qualities of PoK
toot during th
last !l yo-irs, anil
Ioonounces it lo
isve more Merit
pending on a de.
of tlee fOod,
Uinn any and all
named in the Ma
teria Medics. Un
der Ida instruc.
tions our Chem
ist hss combined
the active medio
lied qtllllitiek of
l olie Hoot with
the best Tonie
Iron, nnd w of.
for this prepara
tion tollie public
telling them of
is the tto'-t Alter
ative and Tonie
nJ ii, Nero f H
Nero fa I hum
SIia 1'veH. nr
RrrofnTn In nnjr form. Kor Uheiimn
tlNin, I'aliiH in lloui-M. Hrokoii-ilawu
CoiiMtltutloiiM, Mercurial IiaenH'H,
nineral 1'oInoiih. more eifoetiiol reliol is
obtained from this remedy then from all others.
It strengthens, purifies and cures. It is hulls
penxible in th treatment of long standing ills
orders of the Liver, and proves a certain, safe
and orb-dual resolvent, manifesting its iiirlu
eiic.o throughout the entire glandular system.
Chronic diseases of nnv kind, IllsienHeH of
the SUIn. K.rnplloii'i.ViiKtnlcN, Itlotcli
, I'luiples, Itolls. l i' tor, Miiiur-wonii,
Nall-Kliviiin. Krnlil-llesHl, I l'n autl
Noren, nrenll cured by tlie iwiif IS.
Jiiy.iliaeSHO dopeiv.llng on adepravod i-ondition
ft the blood nan b curetl by it. Try one
oottle. Sold by all Iruggi-ts, Prepared only by
OL1VKK 1UOUK A CO.
DB. CKOOK'S WINE OF TAR J
Is a Preparation which
hns boeu tried by the
piioiic lor icn years, ana
AXIS proved itself In thou-
Snnds of eases capobleof
;i.V';S. curing nil discnseanl the
I'liroat ami l.unKst.
DB. CROOK'S WIND OF TAR!
,he remedy to iihe
lOI bllsi for Clironie Couiilis, or
Coughs and Colds. It
Ayn Pronipilyciirea tlieninll.
Has cured eaHOS of Con
I OXSlJIITIOX.sinnption pronounced uu
curable by physicians.
DB, CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
a . ',IW cured so ninny eases
AllI Tf .V of Asthma arid Bronchi.
lis, that it has been pro
AXD nounced a specific for
these complaint. Ifaf-
. dieted, will you lot proiu-
IinOXC'IIITIN.din prevent, you from
being cured also?
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
llonovates and Invigor
ates the entire svstem,
DF.ItII.ITT. !""' "H!'1'? ''"'ores Kx
bnustcd Htrengih. Tho
very remedy for the weak
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB!
Restore the Appetite,
. slrengthens the Stoin-
APPr.TITE. n. h, relaxes the Liver,
und pnt ibnni to work;
ciiiiKa the food to dig' st,
I'KrKI,tIA.nnd miikes pure blood,
removing Iyspepsia, In
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Its action on the llrlnarj
Iripins are both pnnnpl
nnd marked. ItsiiocceiU
nil'RETIC. in reprodin'ing the urin
ary secretions w hen oth
er powerful diuretic
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
Has vegetable ingrain
IT 1 1 cuts of undoubted Ton
ie vnliio, combined with
the rich medloinnl qiiidi-
ties of Tar contained is
TOXlf which make ii the
"""'iiinrt rebiiMo Tonio in
DR..CBO0K'S WINE OF TAR!
Itrnknn (.Ire lone nnd energy lo
' Debilitated Constitutions
.. and all recovering from
",,w" nnv illness will And it
CoBfUltiition. " Tonic Ibey
DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB!
Dellcnto Kemales who
have no appetite, always
I'IlcntcFeiiinIcflitllering,nn I never feel
ing well, should take it,
to get strong und healthy
DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB!
Removes pnln in Breast,
Hide or Hack. Is a most
LIVEK. effective lleguhitorof the
Liver, curing Jaundice,
or any Liver Complaint.
DR. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB!
Una made msnr person
KTItrXUTIf strong and healthy who
bad lioen unable to work
AN' It or walk for year.
IFAITII house, and its llfe.givnig
Jlt.AI.III., prp0io,,ri Kp
DB. CBOOK'SWINE OF TAB!
Ml. CROOK'S W1NBUFTAR will our yoor'
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wig. of Tar If jour
Stomach is out ol order.
TAKR Dr. Crook's Wine ol Tar If you'
wish your Asthma eurd.
TAKE Pr. Crook's Win of Tar to stronjfthr n'
snd build up your system.
TAKE Dr. Crook' Wine of Tor If you feel1
Weak and DobiliUited.
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine of Tnr If you have'
a Chronio Cough you wleh cured.
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar for Dron-'
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine-of Tar Ifyott1
hive the Liver Complaint.
TAKE Dr. Crook' Win of Tar If you have '
TAKE Dr. Crook' Wine or Tar for your'
Throat or Lung Ailment..
TAKE Dr. Crook' Winn of Tnr If yon wlh''
to be healthy, For sale by Irrugflls every
Dr. CronTt't Compmiitit Survp nt J'okt
Kooti combined wlih the hst fomo prep,
aralion of Iron known, and Is the best Alter'
atlreand Blood Pun Her made,
lAKJ?r; frook'" """pound syrup or
rtk Root to cleans )our blood.
TAKE DV. Crook'. Compound Syrup of'
Poke Root, If yon have any msease depend-'
lllg on a depraved oouditioa of th blood.
TAKE Dr. Crook' Compound Syrup of1
Poke Root if your Liver need regulating.
TAKE Dr. Crook'. Compound Syrtin of'
Pbk Root for ny disease ol the Skin.
-TAKE Dr.'crook' Compound fiyrup of
er ' ,0U lmr 01(1 B8''' ' W-
TAKE'Dr, Crook V Compound Syrun et
Poke Hoot for Hcrofula ia toy form: ,
TAKE Dr. Crook' Compound Syrup ef
Poke Hoot if you went Pimples removed.
TAKE Vr. Crock Compound Pymp of
Tok Root for Biokea aow Coa.iitunons.
IScad$ Everybody, Head!
Let (life pCODl go to
For nnjtliing in tlio way of tlio finest quality of
Together with a general aasortmentof
DYE STUFFS, BOOKS STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS, &C, &c.
A beautiful stock of JEWELRY just received, consisting of
Ladies' Rrat-clct, Black Set, Kings, Gold Ticcc,
"We propose ti sell these Goods Cheaper than the Cheapest. Give us a
trial and soo for yourself !
NELSON UICHMONIK JOSUIM! S. llty
RICHMOND 5s HIUHIlNr,
At John S. Hawk's Old Stand.
STalii Street, - McArthur, Ohio.
. stock of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
.ji . ' ,i.ili'
1 II! I'
.. : n 1
.,. -'-,h.'.:j::i vT
ST O Y E S .
Wo hnvo (ho exclusivo fialo in this count' of the
"ARLINGTON," a Combined Wood nnd Coal Cook Stove,
ncknowlcdgcd to bo tlio best stovo now manufactured. Also,
tho "Indiniiola," a Wood Cook Stove manufactured by tlie
Banio company, the now 'Homo .Reflector," "Planet"
for coal, all stoves well known in this country
numbers of tlicm being in use nnd giving
TP orfoot Satisfaction.
Thoy nro also agents for the
CHAIPIOK COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
Tho only wrought iron framed machino yet mado, and for Durability,
Workmanship, easo of ATangement, lightncps of Druft, and quality of
Work tho Champion is acknowledged superior to all othora.
THE "IMPROVED CHAMPION,"
Cuts 5 1-2 feet, i a n:i ncd as n Kiffht or LeJt
Hand Cut, tvilh SvlV- or Hand K.ikhi or
Jlroppin Attnrhmriit, and 1?scm but
one Culler-Imr for both ITion
hiK and ICrapin?.
It is the "Machino of tho Period," and should bo examined by ail
who contemplate buying a lleapcr or Slower. Don't rely on our repre
sentations or tlioso of ncrents of other miichincH. Examine for vour-
selves. .A wriltou gunrrantco given
THE BEST TS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
THE AVOIILD'S FAIR,
EXPOSITION UN1VERSELLE, PARIS, IN 1867.
It I TllKIIICST for Family Sewing, niitkc
nook, onl Itiink Highest on account of the Elasticity, Irinaiiiic, Beauty
and general leslrnb!encs of its Ntltchlng, anil the wide range of its
application. Mew. faster, require less power and Is more durnble
THAN ANY OTHEll SIAC1IINH IN THK WORLD.
TlIE SEWING-MACHINE WORLD IS CHALLENGED.
Iluy no other until yon try the Wheeler & AVilson.
0M maohlncs ro-tMlJusted snd made us good ns now' nt a trilling cost, by culling on
eilliur f the HgcnU.
tor saie oy u.
I Ifotv ICcciviMff Late rurrh.inrsi for
trXXIU SUMMER 1"3EIA.33IZj,
Minn nn Triiiiiiiirs kmim
7 J.J.1U1UUUV Mf MUMUUllUUlUl
G00I)S SUITED TO THE SEASON !
Also, 1VLL PAPER for Chut ches, Banks. Friratc
l'e?m?.P a'e ftt SmaH Advance at tlie Oustohiary
A RE Just now rccelviii(f and opening; a lurjre and vtpU selorloj
with each machine
JtlUJIM JMJ & HUliiN.
L(.0., IN 1802,
the Lock Htltuh by niciins of a Rotating
w . oissua & v.ivu.a&d ckaiu.
A Big Corufield.
lifou may talk of yonr flne
t juk, fine lioufca, nnd all that
ort of tiling', but when we tell'
you.,tlmt ixliout eight miles
iYoi'ri heio there-are 1900 ncrea
ia ono enclosure, planted iii
corn, nnd under the direction
of one mnn, you rany well start
in ftstonishnicnt iJt such ii
the case. On What is knowrt
as the Hamilton Inrni, ia this
county, Mr. Wallace lJerryhns
planted 1,980 ncrea in corn.
With liis seventeen cultivfttorsj
seventeen hands nnd thirty
four mules, he stire the dirt of
1 GO acres each day. lie esti
mates that fifty bushels to th
acre will be the average yields
and that 100,000 bushels will
be realized from the premiseSi
Pleasant Hill (Til.) Review.
President Grant pardons
Bowen, the bigamist, a wreth
who has added to bigamy fraud
and forgery, and whose crime1
has no excuse. But Bowen is
a liadieal member of Congress
and if lie had been sent to tho
penitentiary would not hava
been eligible for the othev
kindred institution, The sam
Ulysses refuses to proclaim A
general amnesty, so ns to ren
der eligibU to public station
Southern men whose talents fire
transcendent, nnd whose pri
vate character without a flaw.
Such is Radicalism.
The Game Laws.
The time when it is unlawful
to kill certain kinds of game
are as follows : Wild duck
between March 1 nnd Septenv
her 1 ; quail nnd pheasant, be
tween March 1 nnd October
lo; prairie chicken, between
February 1 and August 15;
rabbit and dove, between Feb
ru'ary 1 and November 1 ; lark
and kildcer, between February
I and October 1 ; woodcock,
between February 1 and Juty
1. It is unlawful to trap quail
at nny time or to destroy in any
manner or any time the follow
ing birds : Sparrow, robin,'
red bird, bine-bird, marten,
thrush, mocking lMrcf', shallow,
oriole, catbird, chew ink', king"
bird, bold ink, yellow-bird, pee
wee, wren, cucfroo,-indigo bird,
nubleatch, creeper, flicker,
warbler or finch.
The Republican nominee for
Supreme Court, Judge Wil
liam II. West, of Lngaf coun-;
ty, was formeralry Attorney"
General,' and made one f
poorest we ever had. He lis
tinguished himself in that office'
by the extraordinary manner
in which he used the intluencn
of his position to defeat the'
payment of the Morgan raid
claims to citizens of Southern'
Ohio, after they had been al
lowed by the Legislature.' He'
thereby made friends in North-'
ern Ohio, who have itood by
him auU given him this nomi-j
nation.- H'e thinks party drill1
will carry liira through in
Southern Ohio.' Cincinnati1
Every year, t between five'
nnd six hundred steamers leave'
New York, carrying abroad1
Americans who intend to trav.'
el through Great Britain,
France, Italy and other parts
of Europe The average num-'
ber of passengers taken by
each is estimated nt eighty, and,
deducting the Europeans re-'
turning home, it' is calculated
that at least forty thousand
citizens of the United States''
every year leave home to visit
Europe.' Estimating' the ex-'
penses of each individual dur
ing his tour at three thousand
dollars,' the' total expenditure '
of these travelers will amount
to one hundred nild twenty'
millions of dollars; This large'
sura, it' will'be remembered, is'
taken out of t the country in1
gold Or iri bills of exchange'."
On the other hand, the, emi-'
grants who arrive in the tJui
ted1 States every year, it is es-"
timated, bring With them at'
least twenty millions of dbllars;
Deducting the litter sum, itf
will be Be"en that4 at least one'
hundred millictis of dollars are'
taken out' of the country ever
year,' to be expended in Euro-'
An endorsement' of Grant is
is an endorsement of more in-,
iqtrity than1 can be told iiv
in many yolumest
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