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rUBMSIHSD RVF.HY WlttWEMUlf BY
J". SWm Bowon,
EDITOH and rnoi'RtRTon.
MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
WH '' mtioii to the curd of tho Bt. Louis
Meilii'lilK ...,' a clmrtei-oil Institution-, thuy offer
Metropolitan skill to sll. 8tt y
Tun Drouth. Wo have had tli is
Eoason ono o( tlio Inreflt and most
Norcru droulliR wo Intvo experienc
ed for many years. Tliero ia great
oom plaint of the soari-ily of water
both in town and country. Thorn
has not boon a rain lor months that
lias given ' 'ny rise to the streams in
our county. Most ol litem are en
tirely dry. Big Hiccoou is lower
than it was ever known to bo by the
oldest inhabitant living on, or in the
vicinity of its bnrilts. In somo lo
tali ties' in our county water, linn to
be hauled a great distance for stock.
On yesterday afternoon and to
day raiu enough foil to keep tho dis
agreeable dust quiet for a few days.
Everybody is wisl)it;g for a deluging
rain a miniature imitation of
Noah's flood!
Ho! For Kansas!
The great excursion previously
announced, start from Columbus
iind Shelby, Ohio, (Via Galion,) via
Bto Line, and St. J -'jis & Indian
apolis, and Missouri Pacific Rail
Iloads, on
Wednesday, October 18th,
A. 5 regular train linio. Fare
from Alliens for tho round trip will
bo: to Kansas Cily, 832 55; to Lcav
en worth, 833 -15; to Atchison, 31 20.
Ketiint tickots good for 30 days.
Tickets will be on sale on and after
October 13, at tho Depot Ticket Of
fices at Columbus and .Shelby, 0.,
and at KJiunapnlis. Fiirties from
a distance can procure tickets by
mail, by accompanying their order
with prnfl for amount (sttittnj; desti
nation), as per published rates.
As this is the last Excursion an
n. Minced for the season all wishing
to go bhould at once give notice hy
mail, so that ample provisions can
1,a inniln fiiv t lieii' comfort. Mini no-
commodation.
Superintended by David Taylor,
.7.. . nMSKi.-.l hv Kt-fiKSK Ford. Pum-J
sengcr Agont of Doe Line and St.
Iouis Si liuliannpoliM It. .11., at Col
utnbus, Oyj C who will U'coinpaay
tho ExcttV,, ,.
For Fine Porfainory, go to Sis
on's Drug f'tor".
TurTH.'-The poworsof Mrs. Whit-!
comb's Syrup for children aro as
positivo as tlio sunlight from hcav-
mi. n mi ecrmu mm buou.my
angel s w hisper.
Red Birds.
.Toll i II. Holey, Allensville,
is now prepared to buy all the
male Ue'd Birds caught in this
vicinity. A liberal price will
be paid for birds delivered in
go d condition at his residence.
John Dowd, living near Vinton
Station, has tho largest and finest
lot of turkies wo have seen this year.
. The House of Will & Co., Zales
ki, issupplyingthopoophi with very
beautiful goods for small sums of
money. Go and buy beforo they are
gono,
To avoid burning up your Jiotises
cxamino your flues, chimney?, and
make doubly suro of nil partitions
and ceilings through which u-'stovo
pipe may run.
On Thursday nnvV'tig last Mr,
AflttAM Wilbup , 'iJiighler, Mrs,
Almedia. A,'',,idtf, and a little son
of Sylvester. Wilbur, started in a
two-horso wagon, from thoir rcsi
denco, a short distance south of
llamdon, for Mc Arthur; and upon
reaching tho bridge a few foot south
of the railroad at tho foot of Main
Street, tho hor-ecs became itnman
ngeablo nnd ran oiF thobridgo, turn
ing tho wagon over. Mr, Wilbur
and his grandson wore badly hurt,
but not seriously, but Mrs. Long
was so seriously hurt that eho diod
on that evening.
Rev. Thomas Davis, of Rising
Sun, Philadelphia, will hold divine
seryico at tho Epircopal Hall, next
Sunday morning ut 10J A. M.,
Lecluro nt 3 P. M., and sorvico nnd
sermon at 7 P. M.
Court'.'--As wo stated last week,
Court adjourned until Wendosduy
of this week, but on account of the
indisposition of Judgo Plyxby, it
did not convono, nnd, we learn as
wo go to. press thnt it has now ad
journed until December 27, 171,
J. II. Putnpra of the Chilli-
cotiie Ad vertner nd J. W.
Newman of lie Portsmouth
limes mv e'eeted Senators in
their epectivedistrioK
The Democrats of Jackson
county have elected J. U.
Booth, Auditor, mid 13. Kahn,
Representative.
Store House for Sale or llcnt
at Zaleski.
The tindcrsiKiiod intends to sell
or rent his House, at Zaleski, usod
as a Drus Store, on any acceptable
terms; A stock of ponuino Drugs
and other merchandize to bo sold
oither in whole or in part at cost.
Apply to
K. WAGNER, Zaleski, 0.
IMT-Seo advertisement of Or Hulls' Dlpan
snrv. headed Hook lor tho .Vllllon-.VltffMtffl
0 VIDE la another columul It should be rend
Ijy all I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Lime lor Sale,
Those wishing to purchaso Li mo
aro reqnostod to give mo a call at
my farm ono milo north of ilcAr
thur, as I can furnish tlio very best
quality at tho lowest price. Litno
can also bo had at Lantz & Pearco's
Hardware Store, tf
E. T. SNYDER.
Woman's Wages.
j
j
,,..rt
!
Tn an article headed "Trous
ers or Ski itt," a New York
journal says: "We never could
understand why women who
work for their living should not
be paid ns much for service
done as men. Telegraph com
panies put a woman at one end
of the wire, nnd have three
men to relieve each other at
the other end. To the men
they pay from 9 9 to 8120 per
month; to the women from $40
to $00. I Intel proprietors pay
a housekeeper, in whose hands
is the comfort and convenience
of all their gnels, from 30 to
0O per month, and to a stew
ard who has a number of assH-taut-',
they pay from 100 to
l.: per month. Storekeep
ers give salesmen from $500
to $1,500 per year; to sales
women from 2o0 to 8750
and growl at that. And so it
rum through all kinds of em
ployment, sex being all impor
taut and skill having no voice
in the test of compensation.
This a grievance against which
the women miglit - well raise
tl'' shrillest voice ami set.
their shnriM'St face. We be-
jlievvin paying the laborer for
the work done, and not tor the
iccident of trousers or skirts.1'
If the advocates ol woman's
riohts would hush their misera-
I de
clamor for the right of snf-
(rage, and contend simply that
woman should be paid as much
for labor MS man, they Would
have the sympathy and aid of
t ,,,,,, everywhere,
' ' K
McArthur Retail Market.
Corrected by Gilman Ward & Co., Dealers
in &c., and Manufacturers
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Drown, N. )...; 12J
" Clarified, N. O 15
" Coft'eo A 16
" Crush' pul. &gran... .. 18
" Extra eoftco 14
Coffee, Rio choieo 25
" Jiio prime 2022
" Java 30
Orleans Molasses 8090
Double Extra Drips 81,00
Vinegar, Cider 40
Uieo 1012
Raisins 30
Tea, Imperial 8t,25l,80
" Young Hyson 1,2501,80
" Black 1,001,50
" Japan $1,40
Candles, hard pressed 20
" star !
Flour, per bbl 66,00
Ihitter 20
Lnrd 12
KR8 10
Cbceso 15018
Crackers 100124;
Starch 10
Soda 10
Tartar, cream CO
Salt, per bbl 2,00
feppor, grain 40
Allspice 40
Potatoes 60
Beef, driocl 25
Hams, country cured 15
" sugar cured 18
Shoulders 10
Bacon, side 12
Boos wax 25
Tallow 09
Feathers 70
Wheat $1,1001,20
Corn . .65070
Rye 85
Oats 30
Wool 45050
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Anron Stovoiw, ri'lT, ) HoCoro A. O. Klllott. .T.
HgaliiHt S-P..OI HnirlBimTp., Vln-
TTnxrUmi Smith, DPt) ton Coimtv, Ohio,
ON tlio 2m! ilny of Suiti'nibi A. D. 1871,
wil Jiutice iHHiii'rt nn order of nltnchnicnt
In tlio ulidvo acllnn for the mini nt' 04. (XI: thn
nliove riwo Is ot fiv lienrlnsr on tho lHth duy ol
November, A. I. lH11,Ht3o'olnk r.x.
uciouer 4, iKTi-uw iiAuon btkvkivm,
FLORAL GUIDE for 1872,
(10NTA1NING ncTOntv-two pugM ind Two
J IlBAIITIFUL Col.OHKO l'l.ATRS nlcclv llllia
trHtcil, (jiving pldin illroi'tlona nr the eultlvn
tluiluf lll'llllv A THOE7SAN D VAIUHT.TEH O? KIOW.
rm iintl Vogolahlt'i. Full' hoiiml with your
nanio In Rt It, pout ml(l, In November, 50 ct"
I'ftiier envor and ono colored pinto, 5 ctx.
in
('ATAi.nfiut or iiwinv nin,BS Ann r.r.n for
ft. I ) -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 cr . nn'V ruiiilv mid seat froo to nil hiv
plii'Wil.v A.l.liii.s,
.M.H. HI'.l MM. DM.
p 'liii Jti.M-Tiicn( ir. N, Y.
The Mother of States.
"And what is it," says the
address of the late Virginia
Conservative State Convention
to the people of the State,
'what is it that has made Vir
ginia thus far a shining excep
tion to to the rapacity, cant,
ignorance and corruption, pub
lic nnd private, which, under
the shelter of these reconstrnc
ted governments are pressing
the very life blood out of our
unhappy Southern brethren. V
The answer is plain. Her
government is in the hands of
her own Conservative people.
Keep it there, fellow citizens,
wo adjure you liy all that is
valuable in your social and p
liticnl condition. Continue to
demonstrate, hy constrast, your
own capacity nnd the utter in
capacity of lladicalism to ere'
ate or to preserve a good and
stable government Radical
ism, which with a fair field to
as it pleased with a prostrate
and helpless people, to devise
for them whatever system it
would, lias oppressed where it
in' ght have protected; h is pro
voiced , to violence, and then
punished what itself provoked;
and instead of the legitimate
process of government, has or
ganized authority into schemes
for robbery, plunder and spoil
ation.'' There is sound sense
in this. Xobody hears of Ku
Kltix in Virginia; there are no
complaints of enormous taxes
there, or exhibits of appalling
dfbt the only reason fur the
ostensibly heavy debt of the
Old Dominion being that thir-tv-three
counties trn from her
and erected into West "Virgin
ia evince some reluctance to
assume their pro rata share of
the ante-wnr obligations;
peace, in a word, and good or
der prevail in Virginia, and the
secret is, as this address state ,
that the govern inmt of lie
State is in the hands of tie
people I hereof.
AND
PAOTI
t helper tliiin lli Cheapest at
Elilioi', Wilkcsvillc, O
AVfil'ST FLOWER. Cull nt the Drug
Store of .1. S. (strung, McArthnr, nnd pet ft
mmiple bottle of August Flower frr vf eharff,
to cure all fonii nflivor eoiuplulnt, d'pi'psln,
nnd ili'iniiffement of tho stomach, mich lis nick
heHilaclii', eostlvmos, sour stomach, heart
hum, MHiie, pit 1 11 In the hack nnd side, ludigep'
lion, ite., c, This l tho greatest dl-eovcry
yet made In medicine. Wo only nslt you to
come mid pet a circular Hiving full ilenerlpion
of dlimnse mid saniplo bottle. Regtdur !., 75
cenR Every hotllo warranted or money
iiroinntlv ri'turneil.
I'sk Ho-irliee'K (Ionium Syrup for Corn)'
1 011m 111 (i ronfiiniipiinn. rur nine ai .1:
SmoNO'il Ih'ujr store. McArlmtr, O. 2My
ForAyer's Medicines, g) to G.
w , iSisson's.
Manhood I Womanhood Who
may marry, who not, why, 108 pa
gos sealed. Impediments; Causes
and Cnro. Send 25o. Dr. Waittikr
29G Ponn St., Pittsburg, Pu.
Spoiling Horses Feet.
It is almost, impossible to get
horses shod without having the
frojrs cut away. All veterina
ry surgeons, all horsemen, al
leading blacksmiths, agree that
the frogs should not bo pared
one particle not even trim
med. No matter how pliable
and soft the frog is. cut it away
smooth on all sides, and in two
days it will be dry and hard as
a chin. You miirht as well cut
off all the leaves of trees', and
expect them to flourish, as to
pare away the frog and have a
healthy foot. J lie rough,
spongy part of tho frog is the to
foot what leaves arc to the tree
the lungs.
Never have a red hot shoe
put upon the foot to burn it
level. It you can find a black
smith that is mechanic enough
to level the foot without red-
hot iron, employ him. The
urning process deadens the
hoof and tends to contract it.
Tf you do not think so, try the
red-hot poker on your finger
nail, and see if it will not af
fect the growth of that.
Thero are many important
noinis in anoeing noi'Ees, out
theso two are more importance
than all the rest, level to the
apprehension of men not skilled
horses, and the two ruost dis
I
4
[Mirror and Farmer.
. ,
JrDaniel Parry,' a " sculptor
from Boston, is modeling a bust
of Horace Greeley.
Pop corn explodes in the
fields at Galveston, on account
of the extreme lnjnt.
Repentance without amend
ment is lik-e continual pumping
in a ship without stopping the
leaks.
The wife of Sir "Walter Scott
did not appreciate his literary
attainments. IShe called his
novels "nonsense books."
The hotel in New England
with the longest name is the
Qaoqriinapasakessoanogog,
house nt Hampton Beach.
It has only two letters less than
the whole alphabet.
A shock of an earthquake was
felt at Wilmington, Del., on
Monday moruing.
It is proposed in Califonia to
culivate the Italian sunflower,
the root of which is a bulb said
to be as ntitritiouras the pota
to.
Among the recent lay dele
gates to the Methodist Confer
ence of Minnesota was Mrs
Saiah Smith, who, however,
was not admitted to a seat.
The State Fair (it Springfield
was suceesst 11 1. uu one nay
n 1 t 1
there was attendance of oO,
000.
A French chemist asserts
that if tea be ground, like cof
fee, before hot water is poured
upon it, it will yield nearly
double , . the amount of
it- ex1iil',,ftt'n3 qualities.
THE OLD RELIABLE
FAMILY JILWICINE.
1810 T0 18T1
FOR TllIRTY-Oyg TBARS
PERRY DAV1V
JPEiin. - XSLillor
Has been teated In every variety of cllmnle,
and by almost every nation known to Ameri
cans. It is the almost constant companion and
Inestimable friend of the missionary and the
truvtler, on sea unci hiiul, and no ono should
tiavi-iuaoiir LAiilSiOH H1VKU4 wn'UuU J.'
IT.
Pnln-Klller was the first nnd la the Only
l'erm:ineiit Iln-ltelicver.
Hlneetho I'AlN Ktl.LKIt Wrtsflfstintrodiieeil
and met with sin-b unsurpiisied sale, in my Lin
imi iit, I'aiiac.en. inol other ruinedies Imve been
oU'ered to the public, hut not one of thorn liaa
fverallalned tho truly envlahlo standing of
the Pain-Killer.
Wh is This Po?
It Is heennse Davis' pln Killer Is what it
clalnis to be a reliever of piin.
Its Merita aro Unsurpassed-
If von niesunerlnjlroni INTKItN A I, PAIN",
Twenty or Thirtv'Drops In a Utile Water will
almost iiistautlv cure you. There la nothing
to equal it. In few momenta it. cures
COLir rff.t.lYV?. SPASMS IIRAKT ('.' .V,
UIMiniKKA DYSKSTh.HY. Pl.tlX. II7NW
AN TIIK HOWKI.S SO I'll S TOMM II,
D YSl'El'SU, SICK IIKADACI1K.
In octlonsnf i ho country where
FEVER AND AGUE
Prevail, there U no remedy hold In (sroRleres
teem. F.verv housekeeper should keep II. at
hand, to applv it mi tho first attack of any
Pain. It will glvetlsmc.tory relief, and save
hours of snfl'eiing
Ho nottriflo with yourselves by testing nn
tried rtiniedica. lie sure you call for and Ket
tho genuine PAIN-KIIXKR, as mnnv worth
less nostrum are attrnip'ed to he sold on tho
great reputation of this, valuable medicine,.
J'y' Directions accompany ecll bottle.
Prico 25 cts.. 50 ctsif and $i per
Bottle, -J.
TS, HARRIS & CO.,
t Inclnnatl. Ohio,
Proprietors for the Southern nnd Western
State
JOtBold by all Medicine Healers,
roa an.! t
a. W. SISSON. McArlhur,
1)11. .1. S. STItoNO. "
R. B. WII.COK A lir.O., llamdon;
II (I. WILSON, "
tl. II . BlSIIOf X BON. Wllkosvllle
A GOOD SUMMER TONIC !
JUST WHAT IS WANTED I
TO CURB
A.GUE OB CHILLS,
DR. O. S. RICIIARDSOX'S
SHERRY IM BITTERS,
The. celebrated New England Homo Hem
cdy lor the cure of
FKVSIl AIVD AOl'E,
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION,
JiiMitifir, General DtMlittl. nnd nil ftluntet
arising from a diinrdsml Stomach. Livtr
or Jltwlt, tucHai
Acidity of the Stomach, Indigestion, Ifeart
Iliirn, Losr of Appetite, Cnslivencss. Illlnd and
Hlccdlng Piles, lllsgustoffood, Sour Eriiitiona,
Sinking or Flutteriiigoriho pltol'the Stomach.
Dimness nt Vision. Yellowness ol the Skin and
Kyes. Pain In the Shin, Thick, Chest or Minus,
and lnallcas; whoroaTonlcls neccsaary.
Read the following from Pr. lienor, for
many years the most prouiinefu physician and
Druggist of tho place.
NaviKkk. Stark Co, 0.,Ttitie 21.
Sometime Ninon. 1 received a lot of Or- KlJh
nrdson'a Hlmrry Wine Ulttoin to aollon com
mission. 'I'liey nreall sold, and your further
sunpiy orsuozenjiisi received; nnu isiiau neeu
more soon, aa thoy lira in gnml demand and
highly praised Dy siiDTerorH from Indigestion,
Fever and Azue. Drsnemin and Liver Com
plaint. Very Respectfully Voiii-h,
J.N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, 0.
PROP III KTO R9 !
For Sd by all iUdklm Dalr, n31
PRESLEY R. HITT'S ESTATE.
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio,
TO OTICR la hereby given that F. II. M. Ilot-a.
ll ton, Kxeoutorof Presley It. Illtt, ileccnsod,
lins lllod herein his account with said K.tu;e
for narlisl settlement: and tha . tho snmelssot
for hearing on tlio IWih duy ot October. 1H7I,
11. J). MAYO,
October 4, 1871-41 Probate Judgo.
X L Rp:VOLVEltS !
rrllE Now X L Itevolver. No. 1 S3100 Csl., No.
t M-ltloOal.. short. Mo. 8.19-100 Col., lomr. No.
88 1(K) Cal., for Pocket ltevolvers, are ur
putted. They use tho ordinary Copper Curt-
riiigo anu are ocauniiu 111 anapa nnu iiuiin.
TBS BALLARD DERMKGKR,
41-100 Cal., has no equal as a Derringer.
Full and complete afoot 1
Guns, Rifles, Pistols Ammunition
and Sportsmen's Uoods,
Jfnn'u'o(u'i It "
MERWIN & HULBEET,
S3 OhamUrt irarfOS ff'nrfs Street),
Send for Catalogues. U TI XtnYci't.
gnERIFF'SSALE.
Stiff of O10, Vinton LiiuHtj.
Uucltcyo Furniiee Company, Plitiiitllft,
HfflllllHl
S. icta 4 Co.. I)i.fcmdaiit.i.
Ill Vinton County court of L 01111111111 Plena. Or-
neroi.iaie. ;
Purminnt tothe command of an order of milo
WhiimI from I lie Court of Common I'leasof Vin
ton county, nnd to me directed 11 SlicrlH'ot-tnid
.Guilty, 1 will oflerfor mile at tho door of tho
Court HoiiKti, In lliotowu of McAtthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, 011
Monday, the 23d Day of October,
A. D. 1871,
at the hour of 1 o'clock r. M., of ald day, tlio
IoIIowIiik doscrioed premises, to-wit:
Tho North Diirt of Out lot Nnnilier Two C2 I
bei nir rt hi i-iii oll'tho North end ut on id Out-lot
alioul One Hundred and Twontv O i ll rent wlilo.
and all ol Nam uut lol except Mint part ol tlio
mild lil convoyed liy (Jh.trlea Unlililns and wile
to lliu Mailotta 4 t liicinniitl Knllroad Compiv
ny.
Alfo. (ifctrlnoffthnWeRt sldenfOnt lut Num.
Iter Three (8 ) commend ncr at tha lino between
Outdots No. S and No !!: thence runnliie t'.nst
on tlio North lino of iitld Out-lot No. II until it
intersect alloc runniiiir Snutli Irom the South
west corner of In-lot Number Twelve (19:)
thence South One Hundred and Twentv O20)
feet until It intersects tho east and west lines
of that part of Out-lot Nuinhrr Two conveyed
asauo.'o: tlienee went to said division llnuue
tween enld I.otH No. 2 mid No.. 'I; and thence
North tothe place of hot-Inning.
And, also, all thoKiigiuvs and Machinery used
tor earryiiiK on i lie
"nr.TTTVTTT3 "V
and. also, tha Circular Haw Mill, attached to
aiild foundry, and all the machinery and fix
tuvei belniiRinir to tho Saw M II, nil of which
aro located on Kali I-ot and nartu of Lots.
Also, patterns nfdifferent Kinds nec.es.ary for
carrylnn on tin) Foundry Imidncss. IncliidiiiK
pnttorna for Kurnaco Twecr and l'.lack:nitli
Tiveer: iiiiout twenty live Plow point uatlerns
ore lull net of country hollow ware iintlerna. all
aizoHof wigon Imix pntteriM. threo hI.i-b farm
noil p uterus, loureano mi II pimerns, six size,
of suirar kettle nattcrim. tll'teen cook tovo Hat
terns, three can lion stove putterim, llvo parlor
tovo patterns, lour (rrntc and from patterns,
four Jninli urate i ittorns. two ininiii patterns.
four plow patterns, ono full set hollow ware
patterns, about seventy hardare patterns and
about one hundred patterns of different Itlnds
All ot tho nliove hinds and tenements loweth.
cr with all the patterns and toola nnd the Circu
lar !Sav and all tho llxturcH bolniiKlnu to the
Haw Milt that said company now own and nse
for currying on said Koun try ImisIiiokh, and tor
tho manufacture of lumber na'd levy Is sub
ject to a levy mad-" on four Move patten it, by
J. M. Piiko. Constable.
All I he above described property to he sold
lis mi entirety and Is situated in the Town of
ll.'iuideii.in thocouiitv of Vinton, uud State of
Ohio.
. Appraised nt Vonr Thorsimd Two Hundred
nnd Filly DoMiiih (.f4.2.r0,U0,) and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
Taken as the property of S. finelz Co., to
satisfy an order of sain of aforesaid Court ia
favor of tlio llnckeye Kurnace Company.
Terms of g tie. Cash In bund.
DA MKT- nOOTIf.
Sheriff Vinton Co.
M. I,, rinrle. Alt'v fnrlTOa.
September l. ISTi-ftw
RIFP'S SALE.
State ofOhio, Vinton County.
A. 11 n aiKins. AumiuHtiator 01 lite i.st ue ni
Christopher Winkle man, deceased, Plalntid,
against.
William A. rearcemul Samuel V. Dodge, Do
fellllll tits.
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or
der and Decree.
Pursuant to thn command of an Order and
Decree in llieabore cause issued from 'he Com t
of Common Plea of Vinton county, and to mo
dirm-tcd as Sheriff of said countv, I will offer tor
sale nt the door of the Court House, in the town
of McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 23d Day of October, A.
D. 1871,
at the hour of -2 o'clock P M. of snld day, tho
one eipnd undivided half of tho lollnwing do
serine.l lands uud tenements, situate in tho
county of V niton, and Stale ot Ohio, lo-wil ;
Commencing at the Sonth-wct eornerof that
part of Out hit N ninber Twenty-live In the
Town of Wllltesville, in sold Countv o Vinton,
owned on the 14th day of May, A. II. lWJ. by
William O. i line, and running Souih east par
allel with the Street In sold Town Fifteen (13)
Uods; thence South-cant F.leven(ll) Pods on u
right anglo with wild Street; thence Fifteen
(ir) Hods South-west on a parallel with said
Second Street ; thence North west to tho place
of beginning, containing one acre moru or less
together with tlio
Flbtiriiijj" and Saw Mills,
uud all other appurtenances on snld laud.
Taken ns tho property of William A. I'earco
tosniisty h judgment arm decree ol sulci court
in i.ivoroi a. it. mkm9, Adiiillstratnr ot in
l-.rtiiteof Chrlstooher ink einnn. deceased
Apiirulsed at Oiie Thousand Three Hiindud
nod Tblrf v threo Dollars nnd Thlrtv three
ci-iits(l,:n;i33,) and mu.'t bring two-thuds o
nun sum.
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
DA.NIKT, TtOOTII,
Sheriff ViutouCo,
D S. Pi'ia. Alt'v for PI' nr.
September 20, IMI-Sw-IS,
ARBOR VITAE.
TEN Millions Secdllncs. 5 will buy IflO
X tlKinv
eind of the snialle.'t. I.argor sizes ut
corresponding juices.
Twenty-five varieties of Evergreens' anil For.
esi i rees very enciip
I'rlco lists free. Descrletlvo Catuloaues 10
ccnis.
White Cucumbers.
We believe this is Hie best Cucumber known
and that we have the only send of t lie variet
111 existence. 23 cunts a pacKiigo, uy man.
Address, PINXEY .VI.AWItF.NCF,
Sturgeon liny. Door Co
n9-tf Wlseonain
Geo. Lantz,
LANTZ
Alex. Pearce,
&, PEARCE,
DEALKltS IN
I WIUIUIJ)
Implements,
and
3Ianufacturcrs of Tinware
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO,
r)F.SFECI'KLM,LY Invite nltentlon to thoir
b Iiirgo Stock of Cook lug and Heating Stoves
They have lor sale tne celeurateu
"CONTI1TEITTAI."
1 IpBl
COOKING STOVE,
for wood, and warrant H to give perfect
Mtinfactlnn, Also the Coal and wood move.
"OUH MUTUAL FRIEND"
Vorvg'iod. largo oven, dimming grato. low nah
pan and anti-dust. Theaoaro first class Stoves
Hud we can recommend tliein.
other and cheaper pnltcrns of Stoves Alw ays
on nsim.
They have nil 1 slock of
BUILDERS' IlARDWAMi.
Iron, Nails, Glass, Sash, Fire Fronts
and Grates, Fire Brick, Patent
Fire Places, made of Fire
Clay.
Also
TAIILE A POCKET CUTLERY, SPOONS,
and other
house FurvHisniwa goods.
Those wishing goods in thoir lino lino are
Invited to call, before nurchnslna elsewhere, m
the old stand of STKONO & UllillONS,
Bept. w, 1OTI-K
ANDREW J. Mo ARTHUR'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICK la hereby given that Samuel L. Scott,
Guardian of Carrie A., Anil Andrew ,1. Mo
Arthur, minors, has lllod herein his Account
with mid Wards for final settlement: and that
tho hearing thereof ia set for the SRlh dav of
October, A. D. 1871, at Wo'clock A. M.
H. II. M AYO,
October 4, IS71 -t Probate Judge,
HEALTH! BEATirt
Stronft nnd Pure .Rloh Plood I
croaae or lenn andr.weigin
.Clear Skin nnd Beautiful '"
Complexion,
SECURED T(T ALL .
RADWAY'S SAESAPARIL1IAN
RESOLVENT "
UAS MADE TIIK MOST ASTONISI1IV
t UHKS. HO (Jt I(K. SO ItAPIIi AffK
Til '. OH A V(i Kis TIIK notIV IINUKK
tlOKM 1'NHKIt THE INFl.I'F.NCK
Ol' THIS TltVI.V WONHKIt
FUL MKHICINK, THAT
Eccrtf Jlliy an Increase of Flesh and
Weight ts seen and Felt.
Scrofula, Consumption, Syphilis In its
many forms, (,1111111111111' Diseasr, 1 leers
in tlio Tinont, Mouth; Tumors, Nodes in the
tllands, nnd other pnrlj of tho system; Sore
Kyes. Htruinoiis uiscnargoM Irom I lie hurs;
I'.i-iiptlve licenses of the Fyes. Nnse, Mouth,
and the fonuaol Skin Disenses; F.ruplions, Fe
ver SiireH. Scald Head. King-worm. Salt Khcuin
1. 1 1... . . O ,,r... ... -1...
j-.r, bi it-ins, jgiu-, j.iui:k rji,is. viMlMSlll loo
Flesh, Tumora, Cnneers In the Womb, and all
Weakening and Painful Discharge: Night
SweatN, hiiiI all Watiaof the l.ilo Principle,
fire within tho ('urmlvc Hange ot Kadwiiy's
Sarsnpnrillinn Itcsolvent, mid u 1'cw days' use
will rovo to any person usilig it for either of
tnese lorins 01 ttiscune liu potent power to cure
them.
Not, only does the BAHSAPArMT.T.IAST UK.
SOLVENT excel all known remedial agents. In
the Cure of Chronic., Scrofulous, Constitution,
HUI11 nnd syphiloid dUutiNcs, but it Is the only
positive remedy for
KIDNEY, BLADDER.-
Urlnnry nnd Womb Dlseap, Graveli Diabetes
Dropay, incontinence of I' line, ltrlght's Dia
case, Albuiuinuriu, and In all cases where
there are Hrlc.lt Dust Deposits, or the waler is
thick, cloudy, mixed with siibstnni.es like the
wlute ol nn egg, or threads like wliili) silk, or
there Is a morbid dark, bilious appearance, and
w hite bona-diut deposits, and where there Is n
pricking, burning sensation, nnd poin In the
Nuad 01 the Hindi, ami along tlio I.olns. Hi all
lliese conditions IIADWAV'S HAIiSAPA
nil.I.I A N Ki;SOI)VF.NT,aliled bv I ho applica
tion of Kiuhvny'K llcudy l.'rclief In the Spine
and Small of thn l.nek. and the Powell retrulii-
teii with one or two of Hadway'a liepulaUng
Pills iicrday, will soon ninlto a coini.letM cum.
In a few days the patient will be able tn hold
and discharge water naturally without pain,
and the Urine will be restore. 1 10 its nuturul
clear 111 id amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new. healtby nnd vigorous
blood, 1h.1t furnishes sound structure. Hence
all suffering fr.nn Weakening DIs.-hnigeM,
either Male or Feninle, or from l lecrs orSnrea,
through the reimrative processor IIADWAV'S
SAItSAPARII.I AN. aiourrested, and tho rup
tured organs henli'd.
OV.MtlAN TI'MOIJ CP Rl'.D - Tl'MOR OF
TWKI.VK VICAIt' OKOWTII CUliKD DY 1! AD
WAY'S BKSOI.VKNT.
llKVKin.v. Mass., July IS. lSTfl.
Dn. R vnWAY ; 1 have had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there? whs no help for It." I tried every tiling
th it was recommended, hut nothing helped inc.
I saw your itcsolvent, and thought I would tw
it, but hud no faith in it. because I had suffered
for twelve years. I t.ok six bottles of the He
solvent, ono box of Railway's Pills, mid used
two hollies of your Heady Keller; and thero is
not align of a tumor to ba seen or felt, and I
feel bcller, smarter, happier than I have for
twelve yeais. Tbe worst tumor was In the loft
side of the bowel:, over the groin. I write this
Is von for the benefit of others. You can jiub
lisli if yen clioo.se.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
Bfjy Trice One Dollar.
Jl.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Ttrenty Minvta
Sot one hour after reading this advertisement
need nny one sulfur with pain.
ItADWA TS HEAD Y RELIEF
hi A CUftEPOR EVERY PAIN. IT W A.ST II L
I-IUST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Instantly tops the most cxcruclatingpaln
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CUKKS
COMIKWIONS,
Whether of the Lungs, Siomach, Bowels. 01
the glands aud organs, by one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, tho KIIKITMATIU, Bed-ridden, Inflrm,
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated
Willi disease, in ay sutler,
Railway's Ready Relief
Will. Ill fl'OIII OSK TO TWENTY MINL'TES, affiild
eat nnd comfort, unci una medicine, so rnpid 111
stopping pain, can be purchased Kilty Cents
nor bottle at almost c cry druggist and conn
trv iiiercbant's store on this continent, nnd
ivithln one hour a dlstancool uliuost every liab
luition in the United States.
IUIKVMA TISM A XD XKrRA 1.GIA.
RHEUMATISM A.VI XKl'RA I.OI i.
If those who arc now Hiiirerinu Pain, no mat
tor what the cause may be, or bv what name
it is railed if external, npptv Uaiiwav's
UkauvRklikk tothe part, of (lie body where
the pain Is present If interniil, 30 drops, dilu.
ted in water, a a drink. Whether Crumps
Spasms, 1 11 11 ;ui 1 1 11 ut ion . Congestion, Asiatic
Cholera, (.hlllaniid rover, the most violent, ex.
crucintiugand tortui ing pains will hi stopped
III I r.i 111 iinr 111 i .-Mi lillllllies.
PAINFUL AlTACKS wHKRE
RALWAY'S READY RELIEF
, Will Afford, Instnnt Ense :
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION (IK TUB BLADDEP.,
INFLAMMATION OK THE P.OWKI.S.
CONOUSTIO.M OK THE tXSGS,
SORE TIIliOAT, DIKKICIU.T ItltKATlllNO.
PALPITATION OK THE IlliAP.T,
HY'STEIMCS. CKOUP. Dl I'HTIl KHIA,
CATAHUH, INFLUENZA,
lir..iu.i lib, lUUi iui 'iiN
N Ktl It A I.OTA, KHEUM ATISM,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUli CHILLS.
Tho application of the KKADY RKLIKF to
tho part or partM win re the pain or dlllictilty
exists will aiford ense. ami comfort. !Si drop's
in a half tumbler of water will, in a fev mo
ments, cure Cramps, Spasms, Hour Stomach,
Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dvhcii
tery, Colic, Win-1 in the Dowels, anil nil Inter
nal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle ol
ItADWAY'S ItKLIEF with lliem. A few drops
in water will prevent slckniss or pains from
change, of water. It is bettor than French
brandy or Hitters as a Mtimulniit.
FEVER ANIAl!E.
Fk'.VKUANI) AOIJK SCCKKD.
FEVKIl AND AG UK Cl'ltKD
FOR FIFTY CENTS.
Thore Is nol a remedial agent In the world
that will cure FKVEK ANUAUl'K,
nnd all other Malarious, It i I ions. Scarlet, Ty.
phoid, Yellow and other Fevers (aided fiv
Uadway's fills.) so quick as Radvf uy'a ucad'v
Itcllel.
Person need an ITer, he they ever so much ex
posed to Fever and Ague, if they w ill onlv take
llAiiWAY'a READY IHsi ikp. and'keen their bme-
elt nprnuWi Rarimty't I'illt. Hundreds in the
west, wno nave nitnerto neen tinctoiiugat the
rate or one Aiifl two iiuiiorod dollars for a few
monlln' treatment are kreninir themselves ami
families free from FKVER nmlAGVF, CUIUS
and ts Fli, RHEUMATISM, itc, lor one or
two dollars a voar, spent for Had way t Koudy
lf.Ilt.fnn,! llii,ltti,v'a IHIU nul,..t
The IIKADY KKLIEK will aP ird imtant eau
to nil. I'rlco only ou cents per hottle.1
N. II. Bee that evoiv bottle hns an India
Hubher Stopper. Bold at al) Drugg'sts, and at
1 ;r. iiiuiwiiy onico, po. ov iiiaiueu Lane, ew
xora.
DE. UADWAY'S PEHFECT UHaA-
TIVE PILLS,
PHRt'SCTLY TASTELESS,
lpgantly Coated with Sweet Guru.
I'L'ltOK, UEOL'LATK. Pt'lUI Y. CLEANSE AND
01 iu..u 1 11 HIM.
Railway's Pilla,
Foil TIIK CI'HK OK'
A l.l. TiisnnrtKiix k tiik srn nnt t r t-pn
IJOWKI.S. KWXKYS, MADDER. .VKiVOVS
t'ISCtSES. HEADACHE. COXSTII-ATIO.S
1 t.s 1 a.ya.ys. i.iit.K&a.v. i rsprp.vii
sniotrsxfss. nir.iors fryer, ixflam-
M ATlOS OF WE ROWELS. PILES, and all d.
rnngenivnla of the Intonuil Viaceru.
V, arrunteii to Mlcct a Positive l uru.
P I ' It K I, Y V K.I i FT A 11 1 . K
CONTAINING NO MKKOl'K Y, MINERALS OH
un.Lr.1 titiuus iinuus.
WObservo tho followlnor avmntoms
ng floiii Dlsorilemof the iiigi'iitlve Oigans :
Cnustiiintion. Inward Piles. Knllno.. nt tho
Dlood in tho lle-ul, Acidity of tho Stomach,
Nausea. Heartburn. DUeiist of Foml. Full
or Weight In tho Stoinncb, Hour Krurtntloiis
Binkinyor Fluttering at tho Pit of the Stomach,
Swli.imingof the Head, Hurried mid Diflleult
Ilmnthlnir. Flulterinir at the Iluni t. I hnlii tin. n,
HulToonlliig Sensaliona when in Lying Pos
turo. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
uionigni, rover and Dull I'nln in tho lleud.
Ilolleluncv of IVrsnlrnliim. Y,.llnw,i. ..r 11, a
Hkln and'Kyes, Pnlnln tho Side. Chest, Limlia,
nun Dunueii riusiies or Heat, Jlurnlng in the
flesh.
A fcwdosei ofHAhWAY'a PM.t.a n-111 froa the,
system from all theanoTe-nanied disorder.
Price 25 Centa Per Box.
BADWAY 8c OD.,
No. 87 Maiden Lon, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
fend nnn letter ninmn ii iiatiwav frt
o.S7 Maiden Lane, New York. Inliirnintion
worth Hm iiNiiiuls will he sent y.ni. S-ly
irit til
la a 1'repnrietloii which1
.lias been tried by th'
jjgbllerfof ten years, foul
irored itself In niou-.
itti'.H of oases oarsihteof
Tiino.iT.
AND
'LCjrajl. curing nil dlseasi-Bol the
" "- - .. i'hrMst aud JLiinic.'
IR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB!'
In the rmeiljr ur usrf".
fur (ihronio Couuba, or'
Cnuirhs nnd ' Colds. 11
proniprW-wtrcs thm nil.
AXD
is ciirci rases ot i;on-
rOX.Sr.MPTION.iuioprioo pronounced a
" ouriiblo bv nhrskisns.
DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR!-
iln cured so many easea
tit Aihun unit Uroncki.
lis, tint it has been pro-;
nminued a specitle lor
thao enmplalnta. Ifaf-
ASTHMA
And
ni"U-l, will yonlctpHu-'
nnOXriIITI5l.din prevent roti froirr
Iwinir cured also?
DR. CROOK'S WIN E OF TAIti
Hcnorifrs nnd Invlitor.
atea tho emir system,'
M nl, )T riid rnpldly reslnret Ka
lt.Bll.iri. ,uMe,4 strength. Tho
very remedy for the weak
and debihtn'.eil.
DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR!
FestoTes" (ho Apfletlte,
slrengihens the Htoin
AI'PKTITK. ach, n hues the Liver,
and puts ihcm to work,
ciuises tin! loud imdigea',
DTSPEPSI i.nn I mnkes.pure blood,"
removing Dyspepsia, In
digestion, 4c.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TA11 !:
Its action on the Urinary
Organs are both prompt
and marUd. Itsiicoeedf
BIl'RETIC. ia reproducing the uriu-'
nry sccranons when oth
er powerful d i u r t v1 a
have laded.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Ilns vegetnbl muradi
ents of i.n 'oitl ite'l Ton''
ie value, eomblned wirh
tho rich meilloinnl quali
ties of 'l ar contuiued ill
IT 19
TOS'IC.
it. which mnke it t o
hioNt 1 "I ahlo Todio in
the mnrliet.
DR.:CR00K'S W INE OF TARt
uroHvn Jiehilitated Conatitut'una
j snd all renovering irom
lo,vn snv illness will find it
OnatHntlona. J.0"' Ton,c ",ey
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR t
Pclicato Females who
, have no appetite, always
aelicRleFemnleN-iin"ering,nD 1 never reel
ing well, should take it,
1 1 get strong and health?
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Peinoves pain in firoasr.
Side or Hack, is a most
L1VI:R. eifectiva lteifiilntorol thar
I.iver, curing Jaimdbe,
or nov Liver C'oinplsint.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
Has mode many persona
.TiirvnTii strong 1,11 1 liesltiiT who
HIltLAUIll I,,,,! 1.,,,, unnble'o worh
. or walk lor ynr.
It should be keen
irorory
HEALTH.
hnuse, and its uV-kin 111
Mine propel lies tried, hf
all.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
DH. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR will cure your
Pyspopu.a.
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar If jour
Stomach is out ol order.
TAKR Dr. Crook's Win ot Tar if you
wish your Asthma cured.
TAKE TJr. Crook' Wine of Ttt lo strength' n
and build up your syBtom.
TAKE Dr. Oreok's Wine of Tar if yon feel
Weak and Dobilituted.
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar If yon hara
a Ohruuic Cough you wish cured.
TAKE Dr. Crook' Wine of Tar for bron
chitis. TAKE Dr. Crook'a Wina of Tar If yott
have the Liver Complaint.
TAKE Dr. Crook's Wine of Tr if you have
Urinary troubles.
TAKR Dr. Crook'a Wine of Tar for your
Tin jut or Lung Ailments.
TAKE Tr Crook's Wine of Tar if roll wiah
to tie healthy. For anle by Prujj(jists everywhere.
From experiments made on
tlio Western Plain?, it appears
tlmt transplanted trees as well
as those grown from critt ings or
seed, are tlnifty. Of the seed
lings the alanthus, black locust,
and osnge orange have proved
the most successful.
Tlxr discoveiy hat been
made that grape leaves make
a yeast in some respect? supe
rior to hops,- as the bread rises
sooner jukI lias not the peculiar
taste which many object to in
that made from hops.
The public pleasure grounds
tfithin London now coin prise
abort tliirty five hundred' acres,
while those in the suburhs
amount to ten thousand acres
more. Of the formcf roine
fourteen hundred acres Are in
public squares.
An Indiana cooper showed a
peculiarity of Hoosier calcula
tion the other day by pntting
his little boy inside a ciisk to
hold the head up while ho
nailed it. After it was done
Jie found the bunghole was tho
only means left for his son's
exit.-
A householder in Florida, iu
filling up his censu3 schedule,
under the heading " Whero
born," described one of his
children as "born in the par
lor' nnd the other "upstairs.''
An enterprising' Yankee is.
travelling around among tlio
negroes in Florida selling them
a peculiar kind of oil, warrant
ed to make their' hair grow a
foot in length nnd as straight
as a white man'?.
In JSTortli Carolina, to call n
man simply a "Yankee" is not
considered defamatory; but to
mid to thnt substantive t lie ad
jective Tennsylvanin, has
been judicially decided to con
stitute a libel. V"!
Th jre was a perceptible shock
of an earthqra'te at Newcastle,
Dehrware, accompanied by a
roaring sound, Monday, causing
great alarm. All the houses
were shaken but- no dam.aji
done t.i properly. ' '

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