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MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
CJNSundiiy next, ni7i;fiing"ui7J
evening, Elder II. A. Paxmstek
preaches in tho Clivistiun Ohurcli.
Subject in the morning.- "Christ our
Example." Subject iu the ovoning:
"The Transfiguration and its Lessons."
Tuk return gumoof Huso Ball,
between tho lioys in Bluo ot'.McAr-
thur, tui'J the Bluo Stockings of
Logan, was played on the grounds
of tho lattorclub, on Saturday, Sept.
23d. Tlio score is a fallows :
IHYfiINI3I.UK I?. O.'IU.CI' STOCK. 'OS K. O.
Murray p
1 il. Jalilts 0
a a
.lOlR'S 1 1
l)r.-,ko 3 b
Kolton c r
Waul c
Ike haul z us
llolllsoll a li
Hlrong 1 b
llulbert r f
Total
lulling", .
l.OgallS '
-2 lii A iilker h
:i -I, Downey 1 f
n lilira '.tloek "b
I SC. James 1 !)
5 si! Mcr'addcn p
1 S'KIwIl'uIi
1 ulr'rash of
'Wright rf
4 .i
V (!
3 3
3 4
r a
n 2
7 I
& a
S3 27
,'M S7
'i a 6 n 7 8 (i
a o a 8 it i h a-rin
(I 4 1 7 2 0 B-3S
Tililpiio U Melanin. Ksq.
:f-ururt vt. llutin, J.c. n
ugh.
Time of gume.'i his. )A mill.
A. A. Sissun is building a line
midenco at Mul.ionville.
J. V. SfbVK.Ns, our caudidate for
f-tato Senator, is announced in the
PonuToy Crescent, to address Dem
ocratic nieelings in tho several
lowi ships of Feigs comity.
"A THING OF
BEAUTY
A JOY FOREVER."
That is truo, no doubt, at least it
has never been called in question,
but the ladies and tho public have
reason to rejoice over the beautiful
styles of Dross Goods, L'ancy Goods,
Goods for Fall and Winter wear, and
all sorts of goods, just received at
the House of Dan Will & linos, for
this locality. A Grand New Stock
just opened! Everybody invited
to call and see the "latest novelties"
of the Fall of lt:71 ! Most beautiful
and attractive goo Is ! Prices low
er idiAi before! Every llotiso in
tho ciuuilv bi'inir undersold 1
JL.UU'.lLl). TlIoJIAS A. Ml'RHAY,
our caudidnto for Ivecorder, and
Miss Lisnihsa D. Pii.ciiKn, were
married by llev. G. W. Pilcher, at
the resiJenco of Mrs. A. Caldwell,
in this town, on Tuesday evening,
September l!Uh.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisfion's.
Li mo for Kalo,
Thoso wishing to purchase Lime
iu'0 requested to givo mo a call at
my farm one mile north of McAr
thur, as I can l'urnihli tho very best
quality at the lowest price. Lime
can also bo bad at Lanl. it Penrce's
Hardware Store. tf
For Fine Torfumory, go to Sis-on's
Drug f'tor,
Tiuith. Tho powers of Mrs. Whit
comb's Syrup for children are as
positivo as the sunlight from heav
en, and gentle and soothing as an
angel's whisper.
iiUn-e House Cor Sale or I'cnt
at tfiileski.
Tho undersigned intends to sell
or rent his House, at Zaleski, used
as a Drug Sloro, on any acceptable
terms. A stock of genuine Drugs
and other merchandize to bo sold
cither in whole or in part at cost.
Apply to
E. WAGNEU, Zaleski, O.
Al'UUKT TLOWIiK. Cull 111 the Dlliff
Htoru of .1. S. HTiioMl, SloArlluir, mul rcI u
aiuuplu loltW! of Autot Flowur fvtt if chart,
to (Mire till form ufllvur compliihit, (lyitpojihlit,
nnit (li'finiiriincnt of tlio sliniia. li, ucli in tick
hewlnclii), riiUvuiirH, nonr Bloniiieli, lmurl
limn, Huo, imln in the Iiik'Ii and nIiIo, In.Ucs
t tun, &c, Ac, 'J'lih 1 th grt'iitcst illfccivcry
yet nniit in ihihIIi'Iiio. We only ask you to
I'omo iiiiiIkuIu circular ulvlna lull ili'.Herltion
of illiiciiHH iind suinplo Ixitilo. UcKiilivr tol.o, 75
enU. KvHiy liotllu wuvriintuil or money
iioinilly rotiinieil.
INn iopi.Iich'h (icrnimi Pymi fur Cui'kI'H
Cnlila nnd ('uiiiiiiiii)liiii. V'or hiilu lit .1: S.
Brilo.NU'b IH'iiir Hlciic. MrAi'.'linr, I). iis-ly
ForAyer's Medicines, 'go to G,
W. Sisaon's.
A JOY FOREVER." Only a Half Million
Tho latest defalcation is that
of u lladicnl paymaster named
Hodge. Ho swindles the
Government out of half a mil
lion of dulhii'H which has' been
Hpent in wild upecululionH.
Add that to tho column of
Radical defalcations and tell
all your Democratic friend in
every school district to go and
voto against those who indorse
tho Government mvindlerp.
, WMWMItnMMMMMMUl
A JOY FOREVER." Only a Half Million MARRIED:
On the lllh Itmt., nt thKrnHiitiiiironftholirMn'i
miilliPr, noitr Murxlilleld. by ltnv. 1C. N. MidmU.
Mr. li'ltANOIHCliuRKfK mid Mlit KCNICI l (JJ.HK
both of V Intnn l n .Olilo.
. Tho "Democracy can carry
Ohio thU fall if they will get
out theit full vote, Pluck and
rnr'Tfiy will win.
[For the Enquirer.
[For the Enquirer. Buying Votes.
Mr. Editor: As tho election is
drawing nonr it is tiino that tho vo
ters of Vinton county know what is
going on. Many of tho people have
no. doubt., heard of tho. numerous ut
tempts in years past of certain Pad
ical candidates in this county to
buy themselves .into office
It, is well known that every man
on their ticket this full (with ono
exception) belongs to the rich class
of individuals, while thoso on tho
Democratic ticket are poor, honest,
and hard-working men. Now, Mr.
Editor, I want you to publish' for
tho benefit of tho pcoplo that John
P. DCNivLE, tlio Padical candidate
for Auditor, is now doing every
thing in his power to cash himself
into office, although ho has just
went out of an office he did not
hold in a righteous way. lie is
throwing money around, just us
GicoauE Fky did nt tho limo Dunk-
le run for Treasurer; and I have
tho best of reasons for saying that
ho has bought up a loan who had his
name announced within three years
past for nomination before a Demo
emtio convention, and this man is
making sly efforts to get Democrats
to vote for Dunki.k, for doing that
they are to be paid by tho treacher
ous individual with Duskle's mon
ey. That's the way it is going.
Is such a man fit for office ? Do the
pcoplo not want honest men elected
to office ? I write this plain so the
Democracy may inquire of each
other and learn tho niimo of this
sell oiil-to-Duiikle for n little mon
ey. What an unprincipled creature
As for J. P. Dl'.nicle, I havo nothing
to say against him, but let him take
t hid good advice : Keep your money
as you will surely need it to buy
bread with sumo day ; don't act as
Fky and others of your party did
because all will bo lost to you.which
you willlenrn when tho election re
turns betrin to coino in. Coino out
and act honorable and fair, and then
if you are elected you will havo won
a victory honestly. This business
of yours, sir, is well-known; it has
leaked out. Keep away from tho
Kiiouks who havo thus far led you
by tho nose into tho thorny swamp.
I am watching you. Hundreds moro
ditto.
P KIT I1LI CA N D KTKCT1 VK.
Hurrah for New Mexico !
New Mexico, which has
heretofore been Kepublican,
lias gone Democratic. The
Delegate to Congress, Demo
crat, has LJ.500 majority, and
both brandies of the Legisla
ture are largely Democratic.
Hurrah for New Mexico ! Rad
icals should not crow over New
Mexico so soon as they have
done thio season. The tide is
turning.
Hurrah 1
J. V. Stevens for Senator.
Speaking of our nominee for Sti. o
Sonutor of this district, J. V. Stk
vens, thuPumeroy Ct csccnt, tho Don
oct niio organ of Meiga county, Buys:
"This is a good selection, and Wr,
Slovens, if elected, is capable of
i'orcscntin; this district to the
credit of himself" nrd liis constitu
ents, Tho Democrats of this coun
ty will give him tv good support."
Let us givo him u largo majority
in Vinton county.
Don't forget, Democrats, that tho
tioxt Eegislaturo in Ohio elects u
U. S. Souator for six years und ro
districts tho State for Congressmen
for ten yenrs. If wo get out our full
voto wo cau elect a majority in both
branches of tho Legislature. Ev
ery man of you bo early ut tho polls
and hoo that all your Democratic
frlonds and neighbors all go und
voto I I3o alivo I
Revision of the State Constitution.
The people will vote at the
coming election upon the ques
tion whether they will have a
Constitutional Convention to
reviao tho State Constitution.
Tho people of Vinton county
seem to be opposed to a change
being made in our Constitution,
believing that it ia good enough
as it now is. But little has
been said about it during tun
campaign.
YVkciill iittimtlnn In the card of tho St. Louis
Mi'clMtieOo., a iliarWruil Institution; they oiler
Metropolitan nktll to nil. Sfl-y
ManhoodI Womanhood Who
nt.v murrv. who not. whv. 103 wa
ges sealed. Impediments; Causes
and Cure. .Send 2Ge. Dr. WAirmn,
20(1 Peon St., Pittsburg, Pa.
GSTSi-e advertisement of )r liuUn' lilswn-
wiry, headed Hook for the Jllllon iAllltU (IK
UUWIlui uuother column! It ishould bo roud
oyulll
AND
Cheaper than the ('henpcstut
Bishop's, Wilkcvillc,0.
T' zm U B U U 53 9
C7x(best in THE WORLD. cj
IM W-W..J1.
New York OfBce, 27 ST.
Geo. Lnntz, Alax. Poarco.
LANTZ 66 PEARCE,
UEaLUUK in
Hariware, Stoves, aiii Afrricultnral
Iinjrfcments,
-AND
JIanufacturers of Tinware,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
TI':SP1!(,"1'KI'I,I.Y Invitfl iittciitlon to tholr
) IjiiiKoKtocltdfCoakliiKand lleutingSloviK
They lmve for sale tho Colchriitcd
COOKING STOVE.
fur wood, and warrant it t irlvc pi'i-fcct
sdisfaotion. Also tho t'oul and W ood Stovu,
" OUR MUTUAL FR'ENQ "
Very cnod. liii'u'COVCMi.iliiiiiiilnir irinto, low nh
pun und Kiiil-iliti-t. Thi'soaro lht cluhStovLM
and we can roroinniciui tliom.
othor and I'liuapoi' piitturns of Stoves always
on linmi.
Thi'.v liavoa Tnll Ktock of
BUILDERS' HARD IV ARK,
Iron, Nails, Glass, Sash, Fire Fronts
ana Grates, Fire Brick, Patent
Fireplaces, made of Fire
Clay.
Also
TAULK & TUCKET CL'TLMKV, SfOOXS,
and other
HOUSE FUENISHIHGr GOODS.
Those vihlot,' (?oods In tholr lino lino' aro
invited toeiill, hi'iuro piirehasinir olovvliere, ul
theold siiiiiiloi STItOXU & (jilliliUiNS.
Sept. I'd. ISTI-lf
THE OLD RELIABLE
FAMILY ni2ICIE2.
1810 T0 18T1
roil riiinvr-osii ykaim
PERRY DAVIS'
tins boon listed In every variety of i liinate,
mill hy almost every nation known to Anieri
eaiiH. ' It is the almost eoiiKtunt eoniiialiion and
iiiesttniiihlo tiieniloi tlio missionary ami mo
Irnvi'li r. on sen nnd hind mid no ono Nliiinlil
travel on our LAKEiOlC 1UVKIW WITHOUT
IT,
I'lilu-Klller uV Hip ileal nnd U tho Only
I'eriiiuiient I'uln-I.eilevei-.
Hliirellin I'AIN-KII.IiKIt v,i tl"st introilnced
and met with Mieii niisnrpasseil mile, many I.in
Inient, l'lk'uieen, nnd oilier reniedien lmve lieen
oll'ereil to tin pnlilio, hut not one of them hax
everiilliiined tin) truly cnviahlo flnndinij of
tlio I'aiu-Klller.
Whv is This Sd 7
It in heennsu DiivIh' I'iiIii Killer it what it
eliilm to he a relluver of pain.
Its Mcriti are Unmvpasoil-
If vnu niesnilerlnKlroni IM'KUN AI, l'AIV.
Tni ntv or Thirty Dinim In a l.ltllii Water will
alinosi Inntiintlv euro yon. There l uolliiiiif
to final it. Jn it low in eiits it cures
cn.r cH.txm spasms iieaiit iuiis
IIAKIIIHKA. nSKSTKKl, ('.!. WlliU
in run nnwMs. sunt stomach,
m7i7V7.l, HICK HKAVACUe.
In soclinnmif llin country where
FEVER AND AGUE
Prevail there Is no remedy held ill KtcillereM-
teem. I''.vcrv lieiisekeeper Hhonlil keep it at
hand, to applv it on the first at! in k of liny
1 'it I ii . It wlll'givHiatlkfitutory lolluf, nud havo
hums of (itrlminK.
1) ttrilln with yourselven hv tORtiiiR un-
hlod ivineilles Uu snro yon cull for nnd not
the ircnnhin l'AIN-KI I.LICH. im mini y worth
less IHHlnilllrl lire nttcnip'eil I . ho noi l on tho
great repnlalinn of till valuable medicine.
Cay Direction Mc.eoiiipnny eiteh buttle.
Price 25 cts., 50 ots.. and $1 per
Bottle.
J. N, HARRIS & CO.,
Cincinnati. Ohio,
Proprietors for the flotilhutM unit Western
Stain
BKiV-Holil by nil Metllelno Uealem,
rox ejALU a v
(1. W. 8I8HOM. McArlhur,
lilt.. I . STIIDNO. "
I!. S. WII.OOX & 11110., Ilmmleni
11. O. WII.SOS'. "
II. II . 11181101 .t HON. Wllkimvllle
A GOOD SUMMER TONIC !
JUST WHAT 13 WANTED !
TO t'l'RE
A.O-TJ323 OH CIIIHiLB,
nil. O. S. ItlCJLtJlDSON'S
SHERRY 11 BITTERS,
Thoouleljmtiid Now ICiiKlnnd Homo Kein
udy lor tlio euro of
FHVUR AI AGUE,
HA1UTUAL rONSTll'ATlON,
J.wtitlUt, (Jmiifiil Debility, mill n( tHemt
m ining from il dimirdtnil Stomach, Licm'
of lluwtli, tuohui
Aeldlty of tho Stomach, IiiiIIkoMIoii, llonrt
Durii. Loss of Apnutlte, I'osl lvennss, lllind and
illeedliitf l'lles, DlxuiiKlorfood, Hour KruptloiiH,
HlnkliiR or Kliitterlnifoftliepltol'tlieHtiiiimeh.
lUinnesii ot Vision, YuIIowiiuhh ol tho Skin ami
Kyes. l'nlnlii the Hide, llnek, Client or Mmlm,
mid In nil can. n wliuro a Tonlu li nticosiiiry.
Read till) following from Ir. lienor, for
many years tho inust proiiilnunt phjulclaa nnd
UruimlH of tliu plaeo,
Navaiihk, 81 uric Co, O.,,lnno2l.
Roniot lm uliioii, I received n lot of l)r- Klnli
nnhioii' Hlierry Winn II It turn to noil on coin
nilssliin. 'I'hey nrnnll Nohl, mil ymir further
apply ofSiluten Jut ieeil veil; and lihall need
morn noon, hm tlmy nrn In good demand and
highly plained hy mirtororii from ladlKOstlini,
Fever und Aun, Hyspopsla and Liver t'oni
pliilnt. Very Hopcclfnlly Yonrn,
Janki L. Lwtiitt, M. 1).
J.N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, 0.
riiopiiioToiisi
JW title hi all MttlUlM Dmlm, nil
QENEItAL ELECTION.
PIC ill
SHKMFF .! OFFICE, j
To tUo Quallflod Voter of Vinton
County, Ohio I i
AVHKKKAS, Hv tho laws of Ohio rej;iilatiiiK
elections, It is reipiired of the Slierill' of llin
county to jrlve nolien hofore tlio time of hold
Iiik it Kenernl election hy proelaniatiun
tlirminhont tho comity, of tlio tiino on which
Hneli election tdiall he holdeii :
In niirsoaiieeof such reiinisltlon, I, DANIKL
ItOOTIf, Sheriff of Vinton County. Ohio, do
hereby proclaim anil mnke known that tlio
SECOND TUE3DAY IN OCTOBER,
A. D. 1871
Being the 10th Day of aid Month,
Is hv the Constitution ntul T.hwj of Ohio, nu-
polnted the day on whleh theiimlllled cleelors
of Vinton County are notified to meet in their
respeetivHtownsliipn. nt their usual or proper
plane designated for lioldiiiK eleetlons. no
tweeu the houi'M of fl o'ekfk In the forenoon
and 0 o'clock in the afternoon, of said day. mid
then anil there proceed to voto by bnllol for the
following officers, to-wlt:
STATE OFFIGEES:
Onetiovenior for the Statu of Ohio:
One I.leiitenant-Uovernor for tliostate of Ohio;
One Attiirney-tjeneial for the Slate of Ohio;
One Aiiditorol'Slato lortho State of Ohio;
One Tronsnrer ol'Htatefor the State of Ohio;
One Huprenie.Indi;el'or I lie State of Ohio;
Ono Member of the Hoard of 1'ublio Works for
the State of Ohio;
Ono School Ooniiiil.sloiier forthe Htnteof Ohio:
One Clerk of tho (Supremo Court of the State of
Ohio. -
DISTEICT OFFICEES
One JuilKOfif tlio Court of Ciiinmon I'leas for
thu Second Suk-llivinlon of the Seventh Judi
cial District romjpo.eil of tlii' (."oiintli of
Vinton.. laekiioii, Lawrence, Koloto and 1'lke;
One Senator for tho KiKlith Senntorinl District
composed nl tlio countlos of Vinton, Meigs,
tinlliu and Lawreut'O.
COUUTY OFFIGEES:
One Uepresentative for Vinton county ;
One Auditor for Vinton countv:
one I'losecutintf Atlorney for Vinton county j
ono Itecordor for Vinton county;
One ComniisHloner for Vinton county.
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
And you will also proceed to voto furor ngaintt
a "('(instilutionul Con vontion," tt set loi Hi its
follows 111 i
"AN ACT
Ktlittlrn to sii!, mitill'! I. he qiimtiim, "S'litH Ihtrr l4
a t'oimehtiim In ririttA, ultr r amend the Con-
Htitiititm t ' to thfiflrtctors of Ohio.
SKi'l'IoN 1 H tenanted by the General Ah
Hemhli of the State of Ohio, That Iho ipiesllon,
"Shall there ho a convection to revise, niter or
nmend t he constitution ?" of this state, shall be
suliinilteilto thv electors tlienof. at tho K'mer
n 1 election to ho held therein on the second
Tue.'lay, tn-wit: the tenth day of October. A.
I). 1S7I, notice tliereot Hliall ho n! veil hy slicrlll's
In their proclamations, reiiulreil hy law to bo
made of such elections, and those voting nt Kit id
eleetion in favor o. such convention, shall have
put upon their ballots tlio words. "Constilu
tioiml Convention -Yes," anil tUnse V' tina;
tlmreat against such convention the wolds,
"Constitutional Convention No."
Hko. 2. 'That the judues of election, nt such
election in every volinir iniicinct, shnll eniiso
Ihe votes rei-eivcd therein in favor of such eon
volition, to he entered in a separate column in
the poll hooks, under tho caption, 't'oatltu
tionnl Conventien Yes," and I hone received
therein nirnlnxt such convention, in a separate
column likewise, under tins owption, "Consti
tutional Convention No;" and they shall
transmit the same, with tho ret urns ot the votcM
for state and county olllcoin. to the clerks of
tluseonrts of cominon jilcas of tholr respective
comities.
Sko, 3. That suid clerks shall Include in tlio
general nbstccts of voh reiulred hy law to
o trausinilti'il by them to lh; seerolary of state
and president of tho senate, respecilvely u
statement of the uiiinlier of voios niven in their
several counties in favor of and also airalnsi
such eonvontioii, toxetlier Willi a statement of
tlie wliole niiiiiner ol electors votiiift iiicreln lit
it i I elect ion; and said president of the senate,
at the time nnd place ol publishing the returns
of said election, as provided by section three,
article 3, of tlieeinif titutlon, shall publish anil
declare the result of the voto lor ami auainst
such convention, nnd also tlio whole number
of electors voting in thu state lit said election
retiirneil as aforesaid.
Si c. 4. This net shall take effect on Its pass
ayo. A.J. CUNNINGHAM.
Sjf itA'ei' of the fount of fUprcenUttive.
... . .J. c. UX
'etidfiit of the Senate,
Passed March 30, 1871."
APl'OHTIONMKNT Ol" Jl KOltS.
And tho Trustees of tho several townships in
said county are hereby notilled that the follow.
Iiir number of Jurors nrii apportioned to their
T'uvnsliip.s respectively, una Hint tliry are ro
il til red to select the said number and make
return thereof to tlio Clerk of Ihe Court of Com
mon I'leas, together with the Poll Hook;
Ilk 17
Katrle "
Wilkesvillu R
Knov I
Iticlil.iml 10
Harrison f
Swan !
Clinton M
Vinton
Jackson II
Madison , M
llrown 1
(iiven under niv hand, at my olllce, In McAr
tliur, thistli day of Auttunt. A. 1) IS'.'l.
DANIKL P.OOTH,
Slierlffof Vinton County, O.
All. .10. ISTI-lilo
s
IHGRIFF'S SALE.
Stiiteqf Ohio, Vinton County,
11. J. Seniors & Co., Plaintiffs,
ngsinst
Zemrl Holilren, Defendmit.
Iu Vinton County Court of Common Pleas,
Or-
tier oi Mile.
Pursuant In the command of nn Order of Salo
issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton county, and to mo directed as Slierill'of said
countv, I 'will olfer for salo at. the door of tlio
Court House, In the town of McArthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Monday, tho Oth Day of October, A. D.
1871,
at tho hour of 1 o'clock P. SI. of said day, tho
following ilcMcribod premises, ulliialo In thu
countv of Vinton, und Slate of Olilo,to-wit :
Commencing at tho Soulh-west corner of a
Lot or Tract of Lund conveyed by Deed to
James M. I.cach hy lili'hnrd Thorns Wife,
dated .luiie'i, IM'it), said corner being on the line
running Norili and South between the lands of
Stephen Knits and Hleliurd Titnms in said Vin
ton county; thence South nlting said lino StOS
'oet; thence F.nst S0H feet; thence North 20H
foci; thence West Mlti foot to tho place of
beginning, containing one aero more or less,
being In Section Number Four (4,) Township
Nnnil)urTcn(10.) nnd linage Number (Seventeen
07.) and tho mime hind onnvcyed by lllehard
Tlniius toKimrl lloldron by deed dated June 5,
i -(ill, und recorded la Volume 11, Page 69U, of the
H 'cord of licods In and for said oouuty of Vin
ton and Slate of Ohio.
Token as tho property of Znnrl lloldren to
nallsfv an onlci of salo Issued from said Court
In favor of II. J. Homers A Co.
Appraised utFivo Hundred nnd Fifty Dollais
(8550 (HI,) and must bring two-thlrda of that sum,
Tonus of bale. tush in hand.
DANIK.L HOOT 1 1,
Sheriff Viutou County.
D.Il. Snivel, Att'y for PI'Ils.
September B, 1871-6W-M.1,'
X L KEVOLVERS !
(liHU New X L Hovolver, No. 1 22-100 Col., No,
S HI-100 Onl., short, No. 83'MOOCal., long, No.
4 38 100 Ol., for Pocket llevolvuvs, nru iir
pittieed, They nso tho ordinary t opper Cart
ridge mid are bountiful in shape uiidllnish.
TUK BALLAHD DEIllilXGIttt,
41-100 Cul., hut no oiiunl as a porringer.
Full and complete tock of
Guns, Riflos, Pistols. Ammunition
and Sportsmen's Goods,
Manufactured hy
MERWIN & HULBERT,
83 Chamber anUM Read Slrttlt,
Send for CRtiilogucn. 131-71 XeuYoik.
AE NTS!
i
TO doll several Now Patented Article which
have not yet heeu Introduced, and which
cau he sold In every bmiso In city or country.
Agents who ureal work are clearing from IS tu
fioaduy.
For descrlptivo circular nnd terms to AgenU
nddress ,1. L. MltANKON & CO.
Dealers in Tatenls and AgentH'Supplies.
')j.(liu No.l SixuiSl., l'UtsbiirKb.l'u,
UGRIFF'S SALE.
SUit of Ohio, Vinton County,.
Biickcyo rurnaco Cotniiany, riulntifft,
hKlllllH
8. O ctz to., nefoiidnnts).
In Vinton County court of Common Picas. Or
der ol Sale,
Pursuant totho command of tut order of nnlu
issued from tint Court of Common I'leas of Vin
ton county, nnd tomeillreuted us Sheriff olsnld
countv, I w ill odor lor sale at the door of tlio
Court House, In tho town of MoArtbur, Vinton
county, Ohio, ou
Monday, the 23d Day of October,
A. D. 1371,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p.m.. of snhl day, the
follou'liii; described premises, to-wlt:
The North part of Outlut Number Two (i)
bciiiinislriu on" the N'm lli end of said out hit
about Ono Hundred and Twentv (I'.'O1 feet wMo.
and all of said Out-lot except that part ot the
said hot conveyed hv Churlo ltobhiiis nnd wile
to the Marietta & Cincinnati Uailrond Compa
ny. Also, a strip o(7 the West side of Out-lot Num
ber Three (3 I eoinmcnclaK at thu line between
Out-lot.s No. 9 and No I); thence running Knst
on tin- North line or said Out-lot No. .1 until it
intersects si line niiinlrix South troin theSoiilh
west corner of In-lot Number Twelve (12:)
thence South One Hundred nnd Twenty (I'-'O)
reel, until it intersects the east and west lines
of that part of Outlet Number Two conveyed
as above: theiicu west to said division line be
tween said hots Xo. 'I and No, 3; and thence
North to the place of I ii'ul ti n i n ir.
And, also, all the Engines und Machinery used
for cam' in ft on the
and. nlso, tho Circular Saw Mill, attacbeil to
siiiil Foundry, and all the machinery nud tlx
turns hulniiKtiift to the Saw M II, nil of w hich
are located on said Lots and parts of Lots.
Also. Uniterm ofililJ'erenl kinds necessary for
carrying on the Foundry business. Ineludinn
pntteriiH for furnace Tweer and lilackHmlth
Twcer: iibout twenty live Plow point patterns,
one lull set of country hollow w are pallerns, nil
sizesof wafron box patterns, threu si.rs farm
bell patterns, four cane mill patterns, sixsi.es
of sugar kettle patterns, lllteen cook stove pat
terns, three cannon stove patterns, live imrlor
stove patterns, four grate and front pallernN,
fourjaiiibgrate pittcrus, two pump patterns,
four plow patterns, one full set hollow ware
patterns, about seventy hardware patterns and
ubout one hundred patterns of ilitf'erent kinds.
All of the above lauds ami tenements togeth
er with all the at turns anil tools and Ihe Circu
lar Saw and all tho fixtures belonging to the
Haw Mill thutNiiid company now own mul use
for carrying on Mild Foundry business, nud tor
tho manufacture of lumber said lew is sub
ject ton levy made on four stove lmttorns, by
J. M. Page, "Constable.
A it the above described property to be sold
ns nn entirely and is situated in tho Town of
Ham lieu, iu thu county of Vinton, und Htatoof
Ohio.
Appraised nt Four Thousand Two Hundred
nnd Kirtv Dollars (W.-.Ml.tK),) and must bring
two-thirils of that sum.
Taken a the property of S. tioct. & Co., tu
satisfy an order . of salo of aforesaid Court ia
favor of the Huokoya Furnace Company.
Terms of Salo. Cash in bond
DANIKL IIOOTII,
Slienif Vinton Co.
M. I,. Clark, Att'v forl'l'lls.
September Sd. IS7l-.riw
gHERIFF'S SALE.
Slate nfOhio, Vinton County.
A. It. Watkiiis. Administrator of the Kstnte of
Christoplier Winklcnian, deceased, Plaiutiu",
against
MIlliiin A.Penrcoaiid Samuel V. Uodgo, Do
fondants. In Vinton County Court, of Common Pleas. Or
der and Decree.
' I'ursuant to the command of nn Order and
Decree in tlieabovc cause issued from Hie Court
of Common I'leas of Vinton county, and to me
directed as Sheriff of said countv, I will offer lor
sale at Ihe door of the Court House, ill t bo town
of McArlhur, Vinton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 23d Day of October, A.
D. 1871,
at the hour of 3 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
one equal undivided half of tho lolbiwing tie
scribed Ian Is and tenements, situate in the
county of Vinton, and Htato of Ohio, to-wlt:
Commencing nt the South-west corner of that
pari of Out lot NumberTwenty-llve (2'' ) In the
Town of Wilkesville, in snld County ol Vinton,
ownetl uu the Mthday of May, A. D. 1S.VJ, by
William C. ( line, and running fonih east par
allel with the Street in Haiti Town Fifteen (15)
Hods ; thence South-east Klovcn (11) Ttotls on a
right angle with said Kireet; thence Fifteen
OS) Uoils South-west on a parallel with saitl
Second Street; thence North west to the plnre
of beginning, containing one acre mure or less
together with tho
Flouring; and Saw Kills,
nnd till other npptirtnunnccsnti said land.
Taken lis tho property of William A. Pear-en
to satisfy a Judgment and decree of saitl Court
in favor of A. It. Wutklus, Adtiiiistrator of tho
Kstatcof Christopher Wliikleinnn. deceased.
Appraised at One Thousand Three Hundred
and Thirty-three Dollars and Thirty three
cents iJU.333 3.1,; und must bring two-thirds of
tli tt sum.
Terms of Sale Cash iu band.
DANIKL ItOOTIf.
snoriir Viulou Co.
D s. 1 ma. Alt'v for Pl'ir.
M'ptcmber 30, llfil-Dw-lS.'u
Buiusc E3uvk' Estate.
Peobnte Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
VJOTICE Is hereby given that Cornelius
1 kiirus, Ailinlnististorof Hie estate of Isaac
Ilnwk, deceased, has tiled herein bis Account
with said estate for llusl settlement; and thtt
the hearing of thu same Is sl for the Mill day
of October, lb71, nt lOo'cluck A. M
H. 11. MAYO,
Septcinher 20, 187l-4t 1'robaiu Judge.
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAK I
la a Preparation which
VlIRO.1T has tieoo tried by the
public (or ttn years, snd
A5iD proved itself In thoo-
sainla of eases oapableof
;Ll'NOS. curing sll ttiscnseaol the
Til roil t and Lung.
DIl. CROOK'S WISH OP TAU!
Is the remedy to Us
COl'UIIH for Chronic Coughs, or
Coughs and Colds. H
AXD prnuiptly cures them all.
tins cured cases of Con.
COXSl'Ml'TIO.V.siiiniition pronounced in-
uiirnblo by physicians.
DR. CROOK'S WISE OF TAR!
Has cured so many cases
AHTII.WA of Asthma and bronchi
tis, that it has been pro.
Avn Bounced a specUlo tor
those complaint. If nf
fllod,will you let preu
imOM'IUTIM.dic prevent you fro.n
being cured also?
DR. CROOK'S WISE OF TAR!
llenovateii and Invignr
atea the entire system,
t,rnl, iTV and rapidly restores K.i
Dft.ull.lTm. ij Htwigth. The
very remedy for Ihewonk
and dobllita'-od.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Kostores tho Appetite,
strengthens the Stom
Ari'EllTK. ach, rolsics the Liver,
and puis them to vvurli,
causes (he food to digest,
MYSl'EI'MIA.nnd makes pure blood,
removing Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Ac.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
lis action on Ihe Urinary
Organs ure both prom pi
udmarkod. itsueoceds
DIlItLTIC, in reproducing the urin
ary secretions when oth
er powerful diuretics
have failed.
DIt. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
lias TCircinliln injrroih-
eiila Of uiidoiibled Ion.
iu vnltin, eomblnort witli
. the rich tiiodiolnul qimli-
k ties of Tar columned if
VA..r It, which nnilio It tl e
,w'',v'mmt rel.ablo Tonio in
tlio market.
IT IS
DR.:CR0OK'S WINE OF TAR!
tilvt'S tnno and enerft to
Dobilitnwd Constitut.onii
Drokon
nnd all reoovenng from
down Bny ,nnPB, win flnd it
t, Hie Mont Tonlo they
CoiiHtltiitloiiii. 0Hlltke.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAU!
Delicate Fenuiloa who
have no appvtlie, always
Dcllftel'einHlssiitlorliig.an 1 never feel.
tiiK well, should take it,
to get strong and heslthy
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
Itcmovcs palo In llreast,
Nidn or ltsck. Is most
LIYF.Il. ellce.tlve Keguliitnroftht
Liver, curing Jaundice,
ornuyLivur Complaint.
DR. CKOOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Ilns innde many iiersnnt
r.ivviiTU slrnnganl heslthy wlio
MT1ICAU111 ,H( h,,,,, unable to work
av or WBlk tor yesra.
Ai" I (should be ketitlrwrj
sir At Til hsiuic, and it. Iiro.glviug
iinyi-.s js.lln0 ,QpHiiiii tried by
DR. CKOOK'S WINE OF TA!i!
s
HEALTH-r ' BEAUTY
Stronft and Pure Bloh Blocxi I
crofs of Fleeh und Weight
Clear Skin and Beautiful
Complexion,
SECURED TO ALL
KADv7AY'S SARSAPAIULLIAI.
RESOLVENT
HAS MADK THE MOST AHTONiStUV
ci;i:l.s. so oi:ick, so. iiapid akk
TIIK CHANtiKS THU 1IODY l 'NOi:i
G01.S CNDEUTHi: 1'FI VKXCK
OF THIS Tltri.Y WON" Kit
FCL MKDlCINK, THAT
Every Day mi Increase f J-'If-ih and
Weij.'tt is seen and Felt.
Scrofula, t'oiisuuiptloii, hyphtlis in its
ni:i,,v lit, -Mid I : lltltrllll lll.i,., I'li.nl-u
in tlie Throat, Mouth; Tumors. Nodes iu the
Obintls, and ot! cr narts of tho Hvstcm: Sore
Kyes, r-lrtiinoiiH Dlst harges from the Kars;
Kiuptlve Diseases of tho Kyes. Nose. Mouth,
nud the foriiis ol'Sl.lii Diseases; Kriipllous. Fe
ver Sores. Scald Head, King-worm. Salt Klieuin
Krysijielas, Ague, lllack Spots. Worms iu tlie
Flesh. Tuiitors, Cancer- in tlie Womb, and all
Weakening nnd Painful Discharge: Night
.Sweats, nnd nil Wastes uf thu Lite Principle,
are within the C'uraiive It no go ol Kadwnr's
Sarsnparilllaii llosolvent, and nCewilavs' use
will inove to any person using It for either of
these forms of discaso itt, potent power to curt
them.
Sot only docs the HAItSAPAItir.r.lAV IlK
HOLVKNT excel all known remedial iiL'cnts In
the Cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitution,
Skin nnd Syphiloid discuses, but it is tiieonly
positive reinetiy tor
KIDNEY, ELALDER,
Urlnury nnd Womb Diseases, tiravel, Dlnbetes,
Dropsy, Incoiitlnc.nc.e of Cilne. llrlght's Dis
ease, Alhuiniiiurin, ami iu all eases where
there are Hrlek Dust Deposits, or the w itter is
thick, eloutly. iuIvmI Willi substances like tlie
white ot an egg, or threads llkn white silk, or
there Is a morbid dark, bilious appearance, nnd
white bone-diat deposits, and where Ihere is n
pricking, burning sensation, und pain hi tlie
Sinadol tlio Back, and along Ihe Loins. In all
those conditions It A DW AY'S HMtHA PA
HILLIAN HKSODVKNT, aided br I fie applica
tion of Iiadwuy's Heady Krclief tu th Spine
and Small of the liitck, und tlio Hewers regula
ted with one or two of H.ttlway's Regulating
Pills perday. will soon make a complete cure.
Inn few days the patient will be able to hold
and dist li irgn water nulurally without pain,
and Die Urine will bo restored to its iiuturul
clear und umber or sherry coi n-.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied wllh new. healthy und vigorous
blood, iliat tarnishes sound structure. II once
all sintering from Weakening Discharges,
cither Male or Female, orfrom I leers or Sores,
through the repsratlve proccssiil' K ADW'AY'H
SA USA PA HI LI AN. arc arrested, und the rup
tured organs healed.
OVAIMAN TI'MOi: CHliKD - TUMOI! OF
TWT.LVK YKARS' OUOWTII CUliKO HY ISAD
WAY'S KliSOLVKNT.
ItjsvBH l.v. Mass., Julv IS, isttn.
lilt. Haiiwav : I have had Ovarlnii 'I'unior In
the ovaries and bowels, sll the ilocllus saitl
"then.'1 was no help for it." I tried every tiling
that was recommended, hut nothing helped me.
I saw your ltesolvont. nud thomsht I would try
it, hut had no faith In it. because I had mi tiered
for twelve years. I tmk six hollies of the lie
solvent, one box of Kudu ay's Pills, nnd used
two bottle nf, your Hoady lteliel; and Ihere is
not it sign of it tumor l be seen or felt, mid
feel bettor, smarter, happier than I h.ivef
twelve yean. The worst tumor was In the left
side of the bowels, over the groin. 1 write this
ts you for tlie hcuellt ofolliors. Ytnr can pub
lish if you ehouso.
HANNAH P. KN'APP.
fiiT" Price Ono Dollar.
RADWAY'S EEADY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Ticentt Miitutei
Not one hourafler reading this advertisement
need uny one sulfur with pain.
7t.l )VA TS READY BELIEF
ISA CCHlCFOlt KVF.KY PAIN. ITWAiSTIIi:
FIUST, AND IS
THE ONLY TAIN KEMEDY
That Instanlly stops the most excruciating puln
ALLATS INFLAMMATIONS aSD CUHKS
CONUHVITONS,
Whether of tho Lungs, Stomach, Ilowils, tu
the glands and organs, by one application,
In From One to Twenty llinutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
piln, the ItllF.lTMATlO, Hed-riiblen. Intlrm,
Crippled, Nervoim. Netirnlaic, or prostruted
with tlisease, may sillier,
liadway's lieady Heliof
Will. Ill from ONf TO- TWKKTY MISl TliH. afflnd
uttr untlamiJMt, and this medicine, so rapid In
slopping pain, can lie purchased Fifty t outs
per bottle at almost every druggist's mid conn
trv iiioivliant's store ou this continent, and
within one hour's distance of almostevory hab
itation in Ihe United states.
niEcuA ri.iMAxn xevra i.oia.
Ml HUM A T1SM AM) SUVBA l.tilA
If those who are now suffering Pain, no mat
ter w lint the cause may lie, or hv what nuinc
It is railed if external, apply Kaiiway's
Hkaiiy lit: 1. 1 r: K to the part of the body w here
the pain is present. If internal, W drops, ililu
led la water, us a drink. Whether Cramps.
Spasms, Inllainliiation. f longest ion, Asiatic
Cltolcra, Chilmnnd Fever, themosi violent, ev
cruclaling anil tortiuing pains will hv stopped
iu from onelotwenlv minutes.
PAINFUL ATT CKS urHFTlF
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford InKtnnt Fuse :
INFLAMMATION OKTHK KIONUYS
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK HLADDKI!,
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK HOW KLS.
CONIiEsTION OK TIIK I.CNfJS,
SOI1E TIIUOAT. DIKKICILT IIHKATII I NO.
PALPITATION OK TIIK IIKAKT,
HV8TKKIC3, CliOt'P, DIPHTIIKIII A.
OATAKWl, INFLUENZA,
IIEADAiTIE, TOOTIIACIIK,
NKirit.M.ni.V, Klll'd-MATISM,
COLD. CHILLS, AGt" K CIIH.LS.
The application of the KKADY ltKLIKF to
the part or parts win re tho pain or diDiciilty
exists will alford ease ami comfort, w drop's
In a half tnmbler of wilier w ill, ia a lew mo
ments, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach.
Heartburn, Sick lleatl.tehu, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Colic, W in. I la tlie Dowels, ami all l'nter
mil Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle ol
RADWAY'S HKL1KF with them. " A lewdrops
tu watorwlll prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It Is better than French
llrandy or Hitters as a stimulant.
FID V I'. IS A IV SI A 11 H .
FKVKU AND AtiUK SC'CKKD.
FKVI'.i: AND AOl'K ITKI.D
Foil FiFTY CKNTS.
Thoro Is not u rctuedhil agent In the world
that will cure FKVKIl AND Atil.'E,
and all other Malarious, llilious, Seal let, Ty
pliold, Yellow and oilier Fevers inldod by
Hadway's Pills.) so quick as liadwny's Heady
Kelief,
ITOT ONE
Person need an n'er, bo they ever so much ox
nosed to Fever and Ague, If thev w ill only take
lUnw AY's Hfahv Itm iKr. and keep their btne.l
ele nptincith Itiulmiy'e I'ille. lliiiiilreds 111 the
Went, whohave hitherto been tlocloring at the
rule nf ono and two buiulred tlollars lor a few
liionlhs' treiument arekeeplng themselves and
families free from FKVKIl ami AliL'K, ('111 Lis
and 'A" I ''", I! II HUM A 71SM, Ae., for one or
twodollars a year, spent for Hallway's Heady
ltd lef and Itiidwav's Pills (coaled i.
The KICADY HKLIKK will alford inetant eae
to all., l'rlceonly 60 eentsper bottle,'
N. II. See thai every liotlle has un India
Uuliber Slop)er. Sold ut all Druggists, and at
Dr. Railway's offico, No. 67 Maiden Lane, New
Y'ois.
LB. BADWAY'3 PERFECT UB3A
TIVE PILLS,
I'KBFhVnX TASTELESS,
Elegantly Coated with SwoetOnm,
ITllOli, WlOULATK. ri'Kli-Y. Cl.EANSU AM)
tiiKK.N (THEN.
Railway,! Fill,
FOR TIIK OtlHK OK
a it. rusnniwts of tuk stoma cir. it ver.
KOWKI.S. KWSKY.1, HI.AlllKK, KKIIVOVS;
IHSEiSKN. UK A I) A I'll E, CO.STIfATJOX
COsriVK.VKSS, JXIHf,KSTIO, OYSI'hrSIA
nrrjorsxKss, hiliois fey Kit, ixflam-,
M A lloy OF rilK UOW KLS, PILES, uudutl do
ruugenienls of the Internal Viscera
Warranted to Efleota I'uidllvot.uri).
I'CUKI.Y VKOKTAIII.K.
0OSTAIN1NO NO MKItCCliV. MINfcltALS OU
DULLTEKIOUS DKl'OS.
Ifrrohicrvo tho following symptom resull
tig from DlMirders of the Digestive Organs :
Constipation, Inward I'llcN, l-'ulluess of the
lllood hi tho Head, Acidity nf tlie Htoiuac.li,
Simula. Heartburn. Disgust nf Food, Kulliiess
or Weight ill the Hloinaeh, Hour Kructallons,
Slnklngor fluttering at the l'lt of the Sloniach,
Swimming of Iho Head, limned and Dillleult
Itrealhlng, Klntterlng at the Heart, link inter
Hntfoeatiiig Sensation when hi a Lying Ins
til re. Dimness uf Vision, Dots or Wnhs before
llin Hight, li'evernnd Dull I'nln In the Head,
Dcllclencv of I'ersiih-ation, Yellowness of the
ttkln and Ryes, I'nln In the Hide, Chest, Minim,
and Hutltluu Flushes of Ileal, Hunting in the
Flesh.
A few dnsoi oflUiiwiv'a I'll,). will free tho
system from all thoabovo-niimod dlsotdors.
Prlo 25 Cent Pur Box.
No. 87 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Send ono letter stomp to ItADWAY A CO.,
No. M7 Maiden Lane, New York, Ilifolilliilioa
worth (lie us.nnh Hill bcni-nl .van. B ly
Smash It.
I
I
The cry of tax jinyers now ia
"piuasli tlie corrujit HaJicnl
crew win)-control-the people's
money."" Numerous Repu Mi
cans decline lioldly tbeir dotev
in iu ;i linn to lny aside their par
tH.'in jupfereiices and ane ready
to vote with any party that
will liienk up tlie nest of cor
ruption existing1 in this county
Whv,. think of it T
j
I
1
The last Congress g-ave away
more than fifty millions of acre
land tt) the North Pacific Rail
road,, upon which tlie company
will realize more than enough'
tO' build the road..
Twenty millions of dollars
have Vieen stolen-by three bui
tired defaultet'9 of the General
Government, and not a single
conviction has occurred. This-
w dishonesty given free-license-.
Three hundred and thirty
thousand- only, out of nearly
thirteen millions of pen-ons
engaged in aeiive industry iu
this country, are employed in
the three threat "protected'"'
industries of iron, woolens aud
cottons. Just, about two ami
a half per cent To "protect"
this two ami a half per cent, of
the population, tribute in lev
ied on all other industries,, and
the remaining ninety-seven
and a half of the people.
The ninety seven and a half
per cent, are robbed the 1w
and a halt per cent. That's
the way the Radical protective
tariff works.
The direct Federal tax for
the year ending June .'JO; J 871 r
was three hundred and eigty
three thousand nine hundred
and forty-four dollars. Thi.1
is over a million a day, Sunday
included. The tax law works
on Sunday, taking no rest, and
making over a million dollar.
It is reported that John
Sherman ia so unxioiis to have
a Republican Representative
from Van Wert county, that
he has placed one thousand dol
lars in the banks at that place
to bo used for electioneering.
He says a Republican Repre
sentative must, he elected "at
nil hazards and by any means."
John has any tpiautity of mon
ey to use in buying votes.
When Radical orators and
editors are telling the people
how much the (Jratifc adminis
tration lias reduced the nation
al debt, why don't they tell
how much more it would have
been reduced if .'til the money
collected from the people hail
been used for the purpose for
which it was 'paid, instead of
going into into the pockets of
the horde of tax eating thieves
whom Kadicalisin has fastened
upon the country.
Smash It. Remember!
lemocratp, and honest Re
publicans opposed to high tax
ation and unjust legislation, re
member that your destinies for
the next ten years in this State
are to he settled on the 10th of
October next. The Radicals
are begging you to vote their
ticket, that their wholesale sys
tem of plunder may be perpet
uated. ReuitMiiber that if the
Radicals succeed in electing a
majority of the Lcgislatuic
they will elect John Sherman
to the United States Senate,
re-district the State for Con
gressmen the next ten years to
suit themselves, and make im
mense appropriations and in
crease the taxes which will par-
alze industry and bankrupt the
treasury, (jlet j our votes into
the box as peon as possible.
Soj what a huge majority you
can give against the Radical
leaders !
It is known to every voter
in Vinton county that Radical
fiuanciering is bad, that wo
have very hard times and that
there is not money enough iu
the county to do busiuess with.
Make sure that every demo
cratic voto is out. Seo that
conveyances are provided for
tho cick or the lame. Begin
now to secure that result.-

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