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l)c (Enquirer,
J. W. EOWH, Editor.
r.- , RtnW Of Botven't
Building. North Side of Maia treet, Kaal of
Court House. .
McArtuur,
October 4, 1871.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Judge Court of Common Pleas.
. iiij ft. 4 &... XV an as
7 flow 07 - -V";' V ,M A R11PR of
pinase aunounr tha J.J. HARFFK.or
8, low county, Is ftr regular ng or we
Kenuhlican riartv for Common Plea Jndgeor
th3d SuDivlsVii of the 1th JudlciHl District
. TmnameofD B. SHlVst, for Common Pleat
' Judge, lawimurawu.
.... . . . x.- k I Yi n cms! tn an
mmttaumri HON. john P. plvlky.
of Vinton county. mi u,aSr" t i .1,.
for the otticeof Common Plea Judge 1 iu the
Be ornl Sub-divleion of the 7th J"''"'-trict-oomposed
of the counties of Scioto, Pike,
.Lawrence, aiacaauu "
The nom of Georgo Hunter, for Justice of the
Peace tor Clinton Township. I withdrawn.
Col. O. W. McCooK,
Our candidate for Governor, arrived
lit Columbus from his homo in Steu
benville to-day, having returned
from the eea-side on Monday, His
health has been almost fully restor
ed. "
, It !a the duty of every Democrat
a duty mado more unfortunate by
Col. McCook's illness to labor for
bis success, in common v? ith the
State Ticket 1
OUR TICKET!
Your Duty.
Six days from to-day the
electors of Vinton county are
called upon to cast tbeir ballots
for State, District, and County
officers. Thft ballot cast should
not only be the representative
and expression of a political
principle, but also for the elec
tion to office of the best men
who are presented as candidates
for the offices to be filled.
The candidates on the Demo
cratic ticket are, are in every
instance aud all respects, the
superiors of their Radical op
Commissioner, "Wash
ington Kekton-, a farmer of
Brown Township, against
whom not one word of disp.ir
agemeut can be uttered. He
is a man of good, judgment;
just th kind of aman that Is
calculated to prove a wise coun
sellor and competent manager
of the affairs of the county.
He deserves the support of ev
ery voter.
Our candidate for Recorder,
Thomas A. Mukray, is a
first class young man in all re
spects, possessed of excellent
business qualifications and hab
its, and will make a competent
and accommodating officer, and
the people will not err in elect
ing him.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
Ulysses S. Claypoole, is a
lawyer of note and large prac
tice. His ability, energy, and
industry promise for him a
brilliant future. He will fill
the position with honor.
For Auditor, there is not a
more competent man within
the limits of the county than
the democratic nominee,
William VV. Belford, of
Allen8ville. lie is a fine pen
man, an accurate accountant
and a good business man
added to which he is honest
and poor, with a small family
to support, which, with h;s ac
knowledge ability for the dis
charge of the important du
ties of the office, marks him as
the proper man for the position
He is not only competent but
affable and accommodating, so
that in his election the people
not only have a good officer
but an obliging public servant.
With his superior quahfica
tionayxnd traits of character he
will not fail to make an effi
cient and popular officer, and
those desiring such an one
should vote for him regardless
ot party.
Our candidate for Repre
83ntative, Almosd Soule, of
Wilkesville, is generally known
as a man of prominence iu our
party, rile -possesses a clear
and comprehensive mind j and
has proved himself to he .both
honcct and faithful. TJie peo
ple of the county could not
have put a better judge of
their wants and wishes at the
head of their ticket than Mr.
Soule. His uniform courtesy
and careful attention to busi
ness during the past two years
as a Representative, has made
him hosts of friends in all par
ties. Of course you want an
honest man elected in place of
John Sherman for six years,
and the State honestly re-districted
for Congressmen for
the next ten years; then all
ja a -W . t
vote tor Almond soule. it is
principle and not the man you
vote for in this instance.
For State Senator, Jesse V.
Stevens, of Meigs county, is
the candidate ; and, although
there is a majority, of more
than two thousand in the dis
trict against us, let the people
give him a large rote. . He is
n6t a chronic office-seeker, like
the gNaah who opposes him,
but happens to be one of the
poor and unfortunate men who
"went to the front'' during the
ate "unpleasantness." He has
written an address to the peo
ple of this district, which is
now being distributed, and ev
ery school district in the coun
ty should call meeting and
have the addiess read in the
hearing: of the people. lie is
the proper man to vote for for
Senator.
The Democratic State ticket
is composed of good men and
men of ability, and with which
in neither respect will the
Radical ticket so favorably
compare and bear close scru
tiny.
Such is a sketch of the men
composing oar ticket. No man
cau make one word of objec
tion to it, either individually
or collectively. Every man
on it is worthy the support of
every Democratic and Conserv
ative voter.
Democrats of Vinton coun
ty, let us not forget, whilejdo
ing our whole doty to triumph
antly elect our ticket; that the
contest is not merely for men.
W e have a higher duty. The
success of vital principles are at
stake, and rallying earnestly
around the candidates of your
choice will aid materially in
strengthening our party for the
battle of 1872. The present
1 . t a
may be nteneu to a skirmish
that precedes the great strug
gle which is to decide whether
the glorious Republic estab
lished by our revolutionary
fathers, with its benign and
protecting' government, is to
be perpetuated, or whether
despotism with its infamies,
atrocities, extravagance, cor
ruption, &c, is to take its
place, and grow worse and
worse to the bitter end.
Democrats remember that
only six days remain in which
to work. Do your whole duty
from this time until the polls
close on Tuesday night, and on
that day cat your ballot for
the entire Democratic ticket,
full and unscratched. We
want to redeem Ohio from
Radical misrule. Rest not till
glorious victory shall reward
your patriotic efforts.
a
Base
MISREPRESENTATION
OF
OF MR. SOULE.
Lying Circulars Issued by
the Radicals.
Our readers were fully in
formed, by last week's paper,
of the baso misrepresentations,
by the Radical leaders, (assist
ed by their mule, Raper,) of
the vote of Mr. Soule in the
Legislature upon the ''bill to
prevent the teaching of secta
rian religions doctrines in the
common schools of this State."
About one month ago their
lying Record published what
they claimed to be the original
"bill ;""on tho I3th of Septera
ber M. Soule wrote to liapr
telling him he was misrepre
senting him by the publication f
of that purported "bill;" Raper
published Mr. boule s letter,
and in commenting upon it
saia :
"We did not intentional misrepre
sent Mr. ooulo s vote, and we
"cheerfully comply with his request
"to pubhsu his letter and the amend-
"ed bill, as ft simplo matter ot jus-
"tice which we are at all times
''ready and willing to accord to any
"person, or whatever politics or
"profession, who feels that he has
been wronged or misrepresented
"by whatever appears in thtRecord."
How kind it was in the cliristian
editor of the Record to make that
apology.
"Did not intentionally misrepre
sent oar. soule s vote .
O, know I .; How honest 1 ''
"Ready and willing at all times to
accord to any person, of whatever
politics or profession, who feels that
ho has been wronged or misrepre
sented by whatevor appears in the
jcecorar : . ; ;
Yes, sir I . YouVo a christian I
t i . i , 1 n , I
Doiongio me newiy organized uaa-
C1I T- . II I. J.k
icuj ooerraan-jDuy uuurcu, uon ii
youf Fine new Church! Alleood
christians I Lying about neighbors
-U:l.!t..l I ' 'I
piuu.uimu i
"AS a simpio matter ot justice r
Why how thick this .new church
spreads it on I What n honest or-
ean they have in the Record 1 '
But after making that hypocrit-
ical apology, what did they do 7 .
Thoy get their sneaking .Raper to
print hundreds and hundreds of
slips or circulars containing the false
Dill ana garbled proceedings ot ,tho
iiouseoi iwpresentRiives irom tne
I
slips they have in largo, black type
the heading "A Return to tho Dark
Ages," &c; at the bottom of them
thoy place the name of Amos Lay
man, the Democratic Clerk of tbo
House, as a witness to their base
dishonesty.
And they even go so far as
in the slips or circulars as to
give me names 01 me men uers
1 . .1 . j j L-n
but represent the vote to have
been had upon the false or
original bill. These slips -
printed at the Record office
are oeing seni an over xne
county by the Radical candi-
dates and ethers. We have in
to
copy ot the slanderous circu
lar in our possession.
Could meanness and po
litical dishonesty be carried
further than this ? How low
A filth they have leaped J
u w what their mrtv orpran
J . j Q
meant by saying they "did not
intentioually misrepresent Mr.
Soule's vote." - This i$ the
way Mr. Bay proposes to get
Democratic votes.
What do honest men think
of Raper and the few Radical
leaders who have "intentionally
misrepresented Mr. Soule,' and
acknowledged in their paper
that they bad done so, and
theu go to work and secretly
circulate at midnight hundred's
of printed copies of mali
cious falsehoods, over the signa
ture of Amos Layman, the clerk
of the House, without his con
sent? Vote for Soule! Work
the harder for him!.
Leave no Democratic voter
at home on Tuesday. The
time is short, and much remains
in the way of organization to
be accomplished. Go in droves
to the election, aud vote full
Democratic tickets ; without a
scratch.
Representative.
For the last time before the
election we . call the. , attention
of the Democrats and all op-
at
posed to Radicalism in any
form whatever to ; the great
importance of electing a Dem
ocratto represent Vinton in the
next Legislature, A Demo
cratic U. S. Senator and an
honest Jre-distrjcting of the
State are matters of great im
portance to us. : II
Great efforts are being made
by the Radical leaders in this
county to draw off the atten
tion of the Democracy from
the main ideas, by insisting that
the question is a religions one.
Our Democratic fiiends, how-
over, are seeing the trick that
is being played on them, and
are suspecting a little the. great
religious interest that is -all of
a sudden being manifested by
certain Radjcals here, some . of
whom don't visit a, church once
a year.
Jim Rm&r W;
IK
Tl TAX
PiiiliiTi io.
IN purenanco of tbo law, I,. NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer of Vinton County, horeby notify the Tai.-Payera of nuid county, that the
rate of Taxation for 1871, is corroctly stated in the following Table, showing tho number of iuills levied upon each Dollar valuation of Taxable
property in each Township and School Jpietrict in said cpunty : .' -v . ! , , , , v :
Namet of Townshipi and School
: i( Districts.,
r.
.,
jjrown... ...... .t
Stfan.
if, on
..a
VcArthur IntWndflnt School District
pftrt Attached to McAr r Ind. So'l Dist
Vinton;
Madison
ZHleski Independent School District...
Harrison
Wilkesville
" iiKtjsvillo independent bcbooi Uist..
Knox.,
"State Tax:'
5'
IT
S'
OH
J
a
a
a.
M.
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
.0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
08
0.8
B
w
,
a
a
a
o
a
a
P.
M.
1 1
UT
v
o
5
p
a
p.
M.
H
o
in
sr
10
M
M.
2.9
County Tax:
a
9
O
a
p.
M.
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
35
3.5
3.5
35
3 6
35
35
3.5
35
3.5
3.5
3.5
o
o
3
a
a
M. .
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
CO
ex.
'
a
a
p.
M.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
Ot
1
5
C
d.
P.
M.
1.5
15
1.5
1.5
15
1.5
1.5
15
1.5
1.5
1.5"
1.5
15
1.5
15
1.5
H
' o
a-
a
a
B)
H
M.
7.5
j
Local Tax:
a.
K
M
M.
1.0
Oj
0.5
0.5
10
1.0
1.0
1.0
710
a
?.
o
s
tr
5"
0
a
M.
0.5J
06
1.5
0.51
0 5-7-10
H
o
sl
D
a.
O
5
D
P.
' H
?
8
i
(3
a
P.
M.
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.5
0.8
0.8
08
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.8
0
1.
1.0
1.0
1.1
UJ
a
0
o
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t
a
P.
CO
o ,
sr .
w
o
a
m
a
n
0
3
P
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3.
2.
3.
3
9.0
9.0
3 0
3
13
3i
3.
3
3.0
H
o
H
M
5"
0
1
tj
o
0. u.
15' 2.5
13 3.0
1G 6.0
15 4.0
15 4.5
20 2.0
20 7.0
14 6.0
16 0.5
25 3.0
15 5.5
16 4 0
15 1.5
19 6:5
21 9.0
16 6.5
I will attend at the Treasurer's Offico, in McArthur, to receive Taxes, from tho 6th of Docombor, 1871, until the 20th of Docombor, 1871. after
which all taxes romaining unpaid will ue Buoject to a penalty ot o per com. a laiiuro lo pay ono-hnu tho taxes cuargea ou Chattel FrOpertr on
. an. H a M . I I. 1 ail. I 4 . .' i i . . . i
Tho Road Supervisors of the several townships will take notice that receipts for road tax can not be taken unless written with ink. the amount
be statsd in figures and also spelled out, and tne name ot tne townsnip must oe written on tne rouoipt.
NELSON RICHMOND,
McArlhur, Octoberi, 1871-6w
Treasurer Vinton Cou,
nty, Q.
Worst.
The worst tax you pay is
the 1D8idiOU3 tariflon all you
buy. All that the consumer
U9e9 for eJteiV clothing, food
an that makes ntecomiorta
blc and desirable, is taxed by
Radical legislation ! Vote to
change ine aistressmg taxaiion.
Put a clean democratic ticket
the box next Tuesday !
Significant Facts.
'ngs of the-entue population of
me unuea otaies is sixteen
It U esiiinated that the earn-
hundred millions of dollars an
nually. The amount paid to
the government in taxes is
about four hundred millions
per year, so that we pay 25
per cent., or one fourth of
what we earn. This is direct
tax, and paid to the general
government. The amount paid
to the State, country and mo
nopolists is not taken into con
sideration. But every work
man, farmer, mechanic, and la
bor, pays 0110 dollar out of
every four that he - earno, " to
the government, the bondhold
ers and monopolists, and the
republican party say it is right.
What think you voter ? Vote
against the entire Radical ticket.
Every man who is opposed
to the corruptions, usurpations,
defalcations and general rot
tenness of the Grant Adminis
tration, should vote the demo
cratic ticket.
"They wire in and wire out,
And leave the people tUll In doubt, - '
Whether the make that marie the track
W a going aouth or coming back I"
That is the exact condition
of the radical leaders in "this
county in regard to the living
issues before the people. , They
LIE in and LIE out and LIE
all arouud in. order to "leave
the people still in doubt I'V-
Listen no more to their lies.
Radical leaders pretend they
do not tax .yon, because 'you
cannot always' see it. They
released the bondholders from
taxation. They have relieved
the banker's capital from tax
ation, but the great body o
the people are taxed as before.
If you could only Bee clearly
what you pay ; and when you
pay your ' taxes, your eyes
would be opened. Yote for
McCook, the State ticket,' for
gl evens for enator, for Soule
for Representative, and - the
entire county 'ticket. This is
the way to change' the present
; syst em of taxation !
Significant Facts. LEGISLATURE.
Let Democrats bear in mind
the importance of securing a
majority in the next Legisla
ture, as it re-districts the State
for Congressional purposes and
elects a United States Senator.
Although this is but a State
election, indirectly it is of na
tional importance, and heuce
becomes a means of making a
change in tbi two houses of
Congress. It is of great-importance,
and every Democrat
should work for the success of
his pa-ity this fall.
Vote early in the morning
and stay at the polls all day.
Can be made by MDvasMug for
OUR OWN, FIRESIDE!
' OCK Own KiKEDiDC la alarjja, lt-paee Liter
ary Panar, with Ana Illustration, ami tliy (mat
ofBtoriea and Kamll Heading.. Frlca (ISO a
year.
Every Subscriber ,
BKCE1VES k
FINE FRUIT CHR0M3
AS A PREMIUM,
Which Would Eeta.il for $5.
Bend t-eent stamp for sample piper Any
oiiedouhtlng the reliability of what ia offered,
and will writ to the pulllhr. ao arrnngemeut
eau be made ao that the Chroma un 1 Paper can
be teen before the monttyli forwarded.
The moot liberal premium! to canvauera are
given, and with Uia Fruit Chroma for every
Okicriber, it li no trouble to gel subscriber. A
iromineot DrtiKffistof t.'nrdinKton, O., write
hat he got "nine subscriber in ten minute.
uv moreiy mowing tne Uliromo I'rotnlura."
vwaa rreauumk m givnn Address.
W. E. GUMP.Dijlflu, O..
rublisherorOnr Own Firealde.
And managing pnrtrrof flmof O. Crook kOo,
APPOINTMENT NOTICE.
XJ OTICE is horehy given that the tubicrlber
xl haa been annointod and miallrlAd 11a ait.
mlnlstrator, on the fstnte of William Tyo. Into
of VlntoBconnty, deceased. Dated at McAr-
mur iniaauin nay or Anfrnit, A. u. lini.v
Ootohw4 1871-lv j' j
Hefor6 A. Q. KI
liott, J. P. of
HarrrUon Tp
1- 1 .. . i n
i
Abraham Arganbright, ri'n",
ngiimsc
Harrlsoa Smith, D'ft.
ON the 2tnddny of September. A. D. 1871, snlrt
Jaatlce issued on order of sttiwbnient In tha
alrare action for the anm of tni OO; the above
ease l set for henries: oo the 18th day of No
vember, A D. 1871, at t o'clock A. M.
AtlltAUAM AttUAIf UKIUHT.
October. 1871-w
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
.ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Aaron Stevens, Pl'ff, ) Before A. O. Elliott, J.
against VP.,of Hnirison Tp Vln-
Harrison Bmltn, Pft) ton rewntt. Ohio. " '
0! the ttnd dny of September, A. D. 1871,
said Justine Issued an order of att.vhtufliit
Iti the above ax-tlon for the sum of I M OO; the
above ease is set for hearing oo tha I8tn day of
November. A. D. 171, at 2 o'clock r. m .
ucwoer 4, in-sw ,a akon b tk VENS.
FLORAL GUIDE for 1872.
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trated, giving ilain directions for (Ire cultiva
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mine in guv, iiustiniu, in riovenioer, qij cibi
Pnnar rovor and one colored nlute. K eta.
Catalog ui or hsrut bulus and nr.tr for
inii-piunung. now ready sua sent freo to all ap-
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WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
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, " : f . '
These TiWstt present the Acid ItlCombfna
won wnn oineremcient remedies, In a popular
inrra, lorineuureur all THKOAT and LUNG
Diseases.
IIoauhbmmii and ILCfcRATioH of tbo Throat
are Immediately relieved, and statement are
oonsiunuy neing sent to the proprietor of raliei
In esses of Throat difllRtiltles of yesrs standing
CAITTIfiW pon't be deceived by woilb.
''AUJIUl leas imitation. Get only
w ells' Carbolic Tsblets. Price .S cenU per B'.x
Bond for Oirculsr. . .. Hole Agent for the U. b
DEDUCTION OF PIUCES
! . . TOOONFORM TO
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JLTjro?TJ3IT OP 1871.
SAMU
Wnoleaale Dealer In
Staple and Fancy Notions,
Iffy slock is now complete for Fall Sale, and
not at the high prices some parties have antic
ipated paying.
The average price all through is much lower
than the Fall of 1870. A small advance i
charged only on a F 13 W goods
. ' ; V MTS"I.T1TB OP ; '
WOOLEN HOSIERY. DOMESTIC, NOTIONS," " .
MCK GOODS, ; TIES AND. SOARFS,
la rmmendel to yonr E8FFCI.VI. attention. Alan a good Msortmnt of Imported
tarsus ralty Oooria. Illank Book, Spool Cotton, Wall Paper and everything'
generally kept In Notion House, frr aala at moderate advaaee tm coat to ahart
tlaue bnyer. or cash Iu hand, discount allowed.
CHILLICOTHE, - - - - - OHIO.
Septctnber 1st, 1871.
ffilfifl Kor Sriit c'sss P mios sent on tr sl iu
fl?47U sr-m. Address U. 6
BroaUway, K. Y.
PIANO, to. M5
9CAA Itatalle.i by one. Wanted splits to sell
0JJ nlsiurei ovrrrwhere. Whitney A Co.,
Norwich
BIFI.ES, SIIOT-OUNS, KEVOLVKR8
Qnn materials of avcrv kind. Write for Prlco
1. 1st, to Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Army gnus and Uovolvurs bought or tin
ded for. Agents wuntod.
CRUMBS OF COMFORT 1
Patented Notember 1, 1870.
SAMPLES F BEE AT ALL GKOrKftY STORES
H. A. DAHTLK TT A OO., Philadelphia,
WATCH FREE. Pr Csmly-boxos. Prise St.
Imnefy Pscltngss, Cheap Jeaslry, Ao., t-e. Hllrer
Wateliss siren gratis to everv scant, li ner dsr
mla selling our rnodsst Conniry Fairs and Pulit o
sl Meet rig, ttend for eireulsr. Address, Moncos
KwsutACo., Pittsburgh, Ps. 4w
TIIEA.-N12CTAR
IS A PUKB
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For iaU mrbtchtrt. Ami for
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w
One-third of th immlily U min t than eqtutt to
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Delicious Flavor of the Frulta. Dealer
trrbU thlr talti wi(A (Aent. CONCKDKU the
beat In the market. J. W. COLTON, Ntw
York Depot, 71 .Maiden Lana. 4w
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Sexual Scienn
Ini'litillog Manhood, WumanliuiMl mid ibslr niniual
Interrellitdon, Love, tr lawa, Pnwar, Ao , by Prof.
0. 8. Fowltr. rlsnd ir Olren sra end specimen pa
ges. Ad'lress NATIONAL PUKLISIIINO CO., Clip
oinnsii, uu o; uiiioago. in.; or ttt. Louis, Mo. 4w
tt fcos ihcOBlloale mm rcn-Malaa
- C0rJVoaso ! Fartaa
VB r7!4la-W
ivtvTtLl.
tleasaa. M ay lrrr4MrJ
aad i ItMliir la rBUI'IJMKBiV.
ychoinancy. TtZ
studying tli power of the sonl, spirit or mind, and
Isihe bsaiaof a 1 bnaisn knowledK. Psyuliomsney
is the title ore new work nf 400 pagss, by Herbert
llsmllton, B. A., glv ng full Instructions in Hi tel.
enca of Bnttl Charming and Payrholi glo Fasoiustlon;
how to eicrt th'S wonderful power ovsr wen or an
imals liistsntnnr nnsly, at will. ItU-sches Meamerisui,
huw to become Tranne or Wrifng Mediums, Dlvln.
tlon, Pp'rllusllsm, Aiolieiny, Plillosnpliy or omens
snd llreami, Ilnglism. Yuung'a Harem, Oli d to
MarrlU).', Ao This is tl e only hook In the English
la-giitue professing to tearh this oocnltiowr,sud Is
m iiiiuiciiee anTauiace to Merchants, Lawyers, Phy
sicians and espsi lnlly to Lursrs. in swurlnc the
sHectlons or tho oppo-lt sex, and sll seeking
rlohes or hspplness. Prloe hymnll, iu ninth, $1 -jb :
psper covers, II, lor sal by J. B. LirriMoort A
On.j and CiAxkn, ItKMSKIf A On. Phil. Agents
i
sll gle entiles by mil I. snd terms U Aienls. sdd
T. W. EVANH, Publish', 41 Bo. 8th bU, Phil. Pa
WSIlted for this book. Meflleal Wnrlta. lUprmiiorv. I
Jewelry, e. Hsmplei free lo Agent only. For
POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE,
Ot TRI STATS Og rSKSSTIVAWlA, .
MARKET ST west of 17th PIIILADULPiriA. :
Rs-opens BeptemSar 19th, 1871. Thorough enll.
fist training for the prantleo of Mlrm Knglnror
ng, Civil Engineering, Analytlnal and In
duatrlal Chemlntry, Metallnray and Ari-h-I
tectum. The Diploma of I h College Iseeuelved
as eonelnslvs evidence of proficiency by the flret en
gineers and eoinpsulrs engaged In works of Improve.
inent. Tor lOtli Annual Announcement, lul.ln
Ai.rnr.m., ki xf.iv, v. u., i-r. 9. ..r i'i,"tiii v.
TIT El
NOVELTY CLOTHES WRIKGER
r:rn II
lllssl ""'r'' Tl
Nothing, except the Sewing Machine, has ever bseir
Invented which to much relievo the labor of the
kuusehold as the Wring!'. But i'a usefulness dot
not end here. The saving of otoihlng Is nf nincli
grester iniportanm. II is often remarked Hint aril,
oles of line texture, last twice as long when w-unjr
In a Wrltigoras when wrung by hand. The Novsl
Tt has Cog-wheels '.on both ends. The rolls
an allowed to separate freely at either end. The.,
besides other ailvsntuge whleh It contains, seem Ut
f tndspeioblo to a practical wringer New Yvi k
tnarptiiarnf.
The Novelty Wrlnger-Hm heeomo (in In
dlsMmsall Instituilun In thnnssnris of fiimlliw.
And w believe It great and hiureailng popularity
Is fully merilrd-for the Novelty evidently possesses
ll tho requisites of s Drat-olass, praettenl maohine.
Indeed, slier using one fur msnjr months In our on rr
family, w sra preptred tn lu.lorse the Novelty as
unsurpassed (the lanmlrass says vuiuiUd,) by any
of the several wrliigr previously tried. Af)r
Rural JVetr- Porter,
Hold every ivlicre. N. B. PHKtPS & CO.,
4w Pen. Agta. IQi Chamber St. N. Y.
It It SOT A PR Y8fC-It Is NOT what Is pnp.
nlnrly cr.lli'd n BITTERH. nr is it i'ntondi d es
sueb. IT 13 A SOUTH AM KKIOAN plant Unit
bos boen used far many yesrs by the medical fnrulty
ofthrnse eonntries with wonderful rfflcnev, end s
l'OWKKFUL ALTERATIVE stid TJNe6uaLKI
PURIFIER OF TUB BLOOD snd is a Burs and
Porfeo' Uutncly fur sll Ulsrsses of the
LIVKR and BPLF.RN,' ENLARRKMENT or OB.
H 'ltlTOTION ot 1NTKST1NKH, URIN AKY BTK.
BINE, or ABDOMINAL OlltlANH. POVERTY
or a WANT of BLOOD, INTKlHtlTTKNT or
EEMITTENTFKV KU9. INFLAMMATION
oft LIVF,ri,DK0P8Y.SLUOOlH CIK
CHLATION of the BLOOD, A HSCKSSta,
TUMORS, JADNniCK, 8CROKULA.
IYbPKI'BIA, AOIIK I KVEK ,
OUTIIEIE CONCOMITANTS.
DR. WELLS' EXTRACT OF 4URUBEBA
It nffsred to tbspublio a great InvlgorAtor snd
rrmsdy for sll imhurlllr ot tlie blond, or for or
genie weakness with their attendant evils. For
lbs foregoing complaints
Is eontilentl; raoomiiionded to everr family ss a
household remedy, and should be freelr.akcn In all
derangements of the system, it gives' heslth, vigor
ml tone to ill ll vital forces, and animate snd
fortifies sll week snd Lymphatic temperaments.
JOHN i KKLLOGG, 18 Plstt Stmt, New York
Bole Agent for tl t!nltl Btstes.
Prlri Oo Dollar per hoitlu: Bend for Clreulsr. .
AGENTS WANTED EOU
A ttrsnguly fcselnatlns, nnworlully written, snd
thoronshly reliable book. From new sisnd point
nil anon a sKhJeet f vital snd sbsnrblng Intarest,
In two parts. .(Showing the horrors of the barbarous
svstsmuf trasitnent in vogue In msny prisons, and
the advantages of lbs sys em recently insugiirated
In others. Together with strut and deislled a-
count r ins msitrestnient ann orneltlss prsctlced
iimm ei,l.nnr ! lin sin iiM.runAit j.rlMi.alV,l.. win.
female convicts, mutinies, niuider. sturvinps, whip.
pings, nnir-oreanin escape, sse eiies snd Inclusnl,
nsrratlrus, ien pielnre. snnshlns anil shaile, illus
trstlv of prison I f. Written lry a Convict, In
a Conviot'a Cell. In one vol. NO pages, over 50
elegsnt engrsrb'gs, made erpressfy for iliit boob, in
ainde pages, samjile lllustrstlons, sent on applica
tion jr. a bound prospectus, tut W) enl. C. F.
VENT, Cincinnati, New Turk aud Chicago, 4w
WANTED AORrTTS, (9Q per lsy)ln selllh
eelebrstsd IIOMK SHUTTLE 8IWINO MA
CHINE. Has Ike nnikir-feeil, makes th "lock stitch"
(nllk on both sides) nnd Is fnlly licensed. The best
sun cheapest family Hewing Machine In In marks!
A Mrss JoHRSorr, Clahk Co., Boston, Mass.,
1'iiru'h, I',, Oliini;.., III., I .'. M,
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