4. V. BOWCTi Kdltor.
OFFICE-IH Second ty Bf .RJ!WP.n"?
tjSuiiS "Si bio. f Muiu street, of
McArthur,- December 20, 71,
Immediately after the ing
of the President's Message
ir the Home of Representa
tives, December 4, 71, Hon, L.
D. Campbelljof Ohio, cftVi e Ube
following resolutions, which,
on his motion, were referred to
th Committee of "Ways and
Resolved, That with a
view to establish a more equit
able system of taxation, and n
greater economy in the collec
tion of the internal revenue,
the Constitution of the United
States should be so amended a9
that all direct taxe9 shall be
assessed on the basis of wealth
instead of Donulation and the
amount recmired bv the
Federal Government .appor
tioned among the States accord
ingly, and each State left free
to assess collect, and pay over
the amount so required of it
through its own oflicers in such
manner as the State authori
ties may see tit to adopt.
Resolved further, That in
the readjustment oftho tariff,
with a view as well to equalize
its burdens and its benefits
among all classes of the peo
ple, as to simplify and give
permanence aud stability to
the system, and to reduce the
expenses of collecting the
customs, a bill should be re
ported providing, first, that
but one rate of duty thould be
imposed upon all duty-paying
articles imported, hereby
giving to every department of
American labor an equality of
protection to the extent of the
duty; second, a schedule oi
articles, esneeinllv named.
be free from duties, consisting
exclusively of such foreign pro
ducts as cannot be profitably
produced in the United States
and are absolutely necessary for
the success ot American in
dustries; third, the specification
of a gross or standard sum
deemed necessary to be wised
annually by the bill, and re
quiring the Secretary of the
Treasury, when, at the expira
tion of any fiscal year, it shall
he found that the gross re
ceips are $10,()00,o00 less than
Kaid standard amount, to in
crease the duties upon all
dutiable articles such per cent,
as may be estimated necessary
to raise the annual receipts to
such standard sum; aad when,
at the expiration of any fiscal
year, it shall be found that the
receipts are $10,000,000 more
than such standard amount, be
shall in like manner cause the
duties on nil dutiable articles
to be reduced such per cent, as
may be estimated necessary to
bring down the annual m-e'rps
to the gross sum contemplated
The Murder Trial at Chillicothe.
The trial- of John S.
for the- murder of Miss
Mary J. Lovell, which occupied
nineteen days in the Koss
County Common Pleas Court,
nt Chillitothe, before Hon. W.
Siiflord, closed on. Tuesday
last week, by the jury an
nouncing that they found the
piisoner 'guilty of murder in
the second degree.' It will be
remembered, that in March last,
Miss Lovell was found dead
near Greenfield, Highland Co.,
and Blackburn,.a husband and
father, a farmer and- drover,
who is known to many people
in the South-western part of
Vinton count jv-was arrested for
the act. It was admitted that
an improper intimacy had ex
isted between them for several
years On the night of the
murder she arrived at (Jrceu
field from Cincinnati, according
to au agreement with' Black-
burn, when lie took licr on
horseback to a gloomy, out of-
the way spot on the bank of
Cliff Hun, and compelled her
to take poison, lie left her
dead, and. went o the house
all night, and on the next
morning he pretended to be
insane telling everybody she
was dead and where her body
could be found. Now, Ross
county has expended $8,000 in
finding him guilty of second
tleerree murder. What does
that mean? That, after reach
ing Uili Uun, he occupied i
great deal of time in forcing
her to take the poison. Tthat
jury ought to have found him
guilty of murder in the fi.'st
dfsrree or acnuitted him. It
was clearly proven that he. en
ticed her to go to that place,
at that time in the evening, on
ly for the purpose of coolly
murdering her. He did it!
Hut it seems the end is not
vet. The counsel for the de-
fense, lion. Geo. E. Pugh and
Judge Jas. Sloane, moved foi
a new trial, the Court enter
ing the motion,, and fixing Jan.'
22, 1872, forbearing the argu
ment. Hon. L. T. Nenl, Pros-
urMirinns Attm-nPV mid Tf. Tj.
Clark, are attorneys for the
State. We are pleased to no
tice that our friend, Mr. Neal,
made one of the finest and
most eloquent arguments in
the case we ever read.
[From the Blanchester Herald.]
The Marietta & Cincinnati
Rail-Road. Why the Road is so Popular----Its
Officers and Employees.
This erivat thoroughfare, ex-
tendiner from Cincinnati, on
the West, to Baltimore, Mary
land, on the East, is fast be
coming one of the most noted
and popular railways in the
country. Passing, as it does,
through some of the richest
Dortions of our own State, and
Urogli our magnificent forests
"-""" j - ,
Virginia, thence on through
the manufacturing districts or
farvlfinil to Baltimore, its
termmuf, it cannot avoid, even
"'". natural causes, to say
manner of which it is managed
and controlled by its present
. . .
etlicient and wortiiy corps ot
oflicers, being well patronize.!
bv the traveling public and a
great favonte with all. The
most magnificent scenery in
the United States can be seen
along the line of this road
beautiful landscapes, fertile
valleys, grand old hills and
towering mountains, placM
lakes, deep-flowing rivers and
no end of the beauties of
nature meets the eye upon
But this is not all, by any
means, that makes the M. and
C. road so popular and so well
i.atronized by travelers and
shippers. The road is abunnd
antly supplied with ttie Oest
iulZm'-st substantial rolling
stock, the road-bed is Kept m
rroArl' i-nnniv nnrT well1 ViallastecL
its coaches are models of con
venience and comfort, and
nothing is left undone that
would in any way insure the
faf.tv and pleasure of those
who travel over it.
A3 all the present officers
and most nil tbe conductors of
this road have earned"; by hard
labor and close attention to
business, the present positions
they occupy, we have taken
tire nains to find out some of
ihd most important particulars
in regard to the deserveu pro
motion, and this week give
our rearders tbe benefit there
We are indebted to Mr. J.
W. Ambrose, the gentlemanly
and clever passenger Agent of
tbe Ohio aud Misswsqtpi itau
way, for a portion of the fol
"We commence with
w. w. rEAiionr,.
General Superintendent and
Master of Transportation, who
has his office m the uas Lom.
pany's Building, Cincinnati, Mr
Poabody. was, at onejtime, Pay
master of the road, and forsev-
.-1 ..., 1.1.1,1 flinh imnnitniif
Lml wnrthv nositlon. discharg-
ing bis duties faithfully and
nonesuy,.anu uy uu.n
illinf tLa Tct o(( "j1! wnbo
. ' . u ti con.
flUm)ce 0f hia employers. He
was afterward appointed to
t,e position be now holds n
' !-iat1u rrn'rltti und
one which he creditably fills.
The Company did a wise thing
when they chose Mr. P. for Sup
erintendent, a3 he is not outy a
competent ollicer and a clever
and accommodating gentleman
in ever) respect, but he cert
ainly is "the right man in the
is a young. mau of sterling
qualities, and gained his pres
ent honorable position by dint
of strict attention to business
and unlimited perseverance.
Ha comenced his career on
ha road a? a br.ikeman ou a
reirht t.'ain. and from that he
was promoted to the conduc
torship of a freight train,
which position he occupied for
some time. We now find him
Assistant Superintendent, but
whether he was promoted trom
hisconductorship to his present
office, we have not learned, but
we take this opportunity of
saying, from what we do know
that he has by industry and an
indomitable will worked hi
wav up the ladder to his
present honorable high calling.
He is highly esteemed by all
General Ticket and Passen
ger Agent, has his office in the
lepot budding, corner of Pearl
and Plum streets, Cincinnati.
Mr. P. was. for several years.
Conductor of a passenger train
on the road, and during his
long and eventful career as a
"puncher" of tickets he made
many steadfast and worthy
friends. Then, as now, he was
affable, courteous and pleasent
in his demeanor toward all
with whom he come in contact.
His present trust, that of Gen
eral Ticket and Passenger
Agent, is an arduous !aud res
ponsible position, but one in
which he feels perfectly at
home. We have known Mr.
P., personally, for several years
and the high opinion we for
med of him on our first ac
quaintance has not been dim
inished by time, but strength
ened and intensified. The
Company made a judicious
choice when they appointed
Mr. P., General Ticket and
WM. H. SLITER.
Agent, and who is associated
with Mr! Pillsbury, has also
gained his position by merit
alone. Mr. S. is a genial and
clever gentleman, and one
with whom it is a pleasure to
be acquainted. He is calcula
ted to tie or incalculable ser
vice to the Company, and will,
without doubt, gain a few
more rounds on the ladder of
We will now notice a few of
the conductors of the road
with whom wo are personally
acquainted, and also others of
i i i t
winch we nave oeen informed.
The first is
A. G. RIDLON,
Who i one of the oldest con
ductors on the road. He is a
practical engineer, by profes
sion, and is said to be one of
the best in the country. He
first casfie on the road as en
gineer, and during the many
years he held the throttle thou
sands of precious lives were
safely entrusted to- lirs keep
ing; lie is now, aim nas oeen
for some time past, running as
a conductor; and although he
was' popular as an engineer, be
is, if possible, more than popu
lar in conducting a train, lie
has ho9ts of friends whenever
tire of praising his many vir
tues. May he bo spared many
years yet to the Company and
We next have
The polite and accommodating
conductor of the Loveland Ac
commodation.. The Colonel is
one of the old reliable stand
bys, having-grown grey in the
service of the Uompany. ll
is one of the eldest, if not the
oldv8t conductor on- the road.
The Company appreciate his
valuable services-, anti are loin
to part with him. He has
made many warm and stead
fast friends among the travel
ing public, who hold him in
high estimation. His qualities
as a gentleman, as-well as con
ductor, are surpassed by none
and appreciated by all. May
the Colonel enjoy many years
yet the pleasure ot making urm
friends in the employ of the
Is another old employe,
nnrt in whom the Company has
the fullest confidence. H
faithful, honest and capable;
but his wide-spread reputation
na a' mnductor and thorough
gentleman is so well and favor
nblv known that it is unneces
sary for us to say more in his
W wish him all the
success imaginable aud a long
and prosperous life in the em
ploy of the Uompany.
L. A. NULTON,
Conductor of the Hillsboro Ac
coramodation, i3 well known to
hlift travel in? Public. Lou IS
a great favorite, and is .cousid
ered the "ne plus ultra" of con
ductors. Ho is alUme, polite
and gentlemanly in his deport
ment, giving strict attention to
the comfort of his passengers,
and answering all questions
with pleasure and promptness.
The following complimentary
notice, which we find in the
Highland News, will be read
with pleasure by his numerous
Editor Kevs: The fol
lowfng" may be interesting to
that portion of your readers
that travel by rail; we know
it gives us pleasure to write it:
Conductor L. A. Nulton, of
the Hillsboro Accommodation,
has !raade in the past three
years, 930 trips to Cincinnati
and return, making 117,036
mile3. In all thw travel he has
never had an accident or hurt
a passenger, but he has made a
host of friends, who will ever
remember him as a true gentle
man. With that master of
machinery, Ed. Rother, hold
ing the throttle, and Lou in
reach of the bell cord, passen
gers that know them have no
fear of accidents.
CONDUCTOR WM. BAIL,
A Blanchester boy, went on
the road as fireman, and for
several years "stoked" the en
gine, and proved to be one ot
the best engineers on the road.
Careful, reliable and efficient,
he gradually but surely won
the confidence of his employ
ers, and for several years suc
cessfully held sway over the
throttle. We now find him
running as conductor, aud very
attentive to hi business,. sup
plying, cheerfully, the wants of
Ins passengers and running his
tram with precision and 'on
time.' His deserving qualities
as a conductor are duly appre
ciated by tbe Company, and
his social qualifications highly
commented on by all who
know him. Long may you,
Billy, remaiu in your present
VV.e have not space this
week to notice any more of the
many deserving employes of
this popular road, but will con
tinue the subject iiHxt week.
F. A. Warder, Chief Ac-
countini; Officer of the Treas
urv Department, was arrested
aud im pri-oned on the 7th;
charged with extracting $15,-
000 from the 1 reasury.
In Zauesville, the new
Furnace made, last week, two
hundred and fifty-three tons- of
T i 1 f . 1 i
iron, in two nays ot mat time
it made eighty -two tons.
Joseph Hill's Icir.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE In horoby irlvou Hint Jmo Miliar,
Gunrdlnn of Albert H. Hill, minor, has
filed his account witli s.iid wanl fur mitl:il t-
tluinent: anil Hint the Hnma will he for homing
on (lis 13tli day ot Junuury, A. D. tW nt U
0'cluck A. M. II. Ii. MAYO,
I'r'juutu J u (J go,
Dccemlier SO, lfll-U
RAILROAD ELECTION NOTICE.
THE anniml eloction of Directors- Tor tho
5nllliuli,MRArllrtirinl C'oliimlms Rftil
ro'l Coiiiimny will he lielil lit the principfll
OiUro aCittid Ooinpnmy, luiillloU, Ohio, on
Wednesday1, the Seventeenth" (17th)
day of Jariuary; 1S72,
fV.mmftnlnir ut lilnfl fl)" O'C'nMt In tho ffiro-
nonn, ntnl clooinn nt lour (4) o'cliirk ; In tho
fi,.rn,..,n.,ry,.i,i n viintnuntli ,1aV of Jlinunr?.
ivlicn Snvcn m lirutoi are to ho eloctoJ lur
Miul Compauy lor tho en"l,vtel,Hr!,or,K,
Poc.'y G ,McA. U. U it. vo.r
SALE CF MINISTERIAL LAND.
ITOTII'K la hnrhv orlVOn. thllt ill WimiMICe
IN iihA i iitrn 'In nuuli rnseK rirovhlcd, I
will ofr.-i foi ifthiat tlioloor of the Court Home,
in MoArtlmr, V luWn oouiiiy, yw, ou
Thursday, February 15, A B. 1872,
a i n xf nt nnfc Iohr than tlift hnnrais
tlip lollowlnir litndi siltiHtcd
InMietownsnlii-of Vintou.ln I1 county, to-
n i!..wiMi.i,ifnf i.H South-east nmt'tfr,ec
tlnn twentv.nius i,)Townip uiuo
lvnn I in 1
. 1 .4 .fl irt
Aim tl "s intl. h'll'l oft-lie HoiitH-Mat (innrter.
nmZ, , tWwty-nlne 120.) lown.hlp nine lJ
.fell twwtynlna fJ9,J TowuHliip nliib ,
aV o ho Nmth liir"f ?ho SoinH-Went rfunr-
tnr. aootlon twnntv-ulno (,) lownnnip umu
On-twlfth of tho iuri!hHse innaey to btjpalil
ot thotlinooranl. and tho l.all.uice In i r ovon
animal inntallmonta of cul anwiuntwltli 011-
Diial luturont thoioon. ,, ,,,
CIIILLICOTllE, " " "' 6 - OHIO.
OFFEKS FOR SALE A FULL LINE OF
' AT SPECIAL PRICES. ALSO, A GOOD LINE OF .
All of . which I thall be pleased
TO S1W1V TO THE TRADE AT ALL TIMES.
December 13th, IS 71.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
"M'OTICK IS hereby given Mint George Hiirt-
X , 1U(VI ,19 pVI llll 1 1 1 1 II II 111 illlll f J'lmnv'li, ll.(lli,
cliikl of Win. luwon, lU.'ceusorl. hux Hied Ills
account vrltl) said wnrd fur mml teciienicni
herein, and t lint tUe sanio Is set fur hearing on
theSsth dny of Dumber", A. I). IH71, ntllio'-
clock, A. M. II. , MAYO.
J)co. fl, '7l-4r.- rronato .iiicige.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio. NOTICE
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio. NOTICE---OF----
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICE ii hereby (tl veil, In mi winner of lw
of tho Intent Ion of thuC'oinniiatioueraof Viutou
county, Ohio, to build a
BIG BAOOOON OEEEK,
At (he crossing ncir thai residence or Widow
Unk,in Wilkwville township, And time
Petitions for and
Tbe building of the same, will be considered if
tiled In the Auditor oliiceol isnidcounty, on or
Wednesday, January 17, A, D. 1872.
By order of ComnihsloiK'is.
W. V HEI.FOUD,
Auditor Vinton Co. O.
Pec. 13, 1ST! 4
Probtftc 'Court, Vinton County, Clilo.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ch:irles SliurU,
Giiunli.-m of Mary June mid Dorettn 1,.
Kiehor, niinors, has Died horein v nccoiirtts
with said ward for oartlnl settlement, und that
thesaine nro set lor hearing on the SOlll day ol
December, 1871, itllOo'cloek A. M.
II. 11. MAYO,
lice. fi-4t Pi-o'i ite liiilen.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
From COLUMBUS ji Athia?) to PORTSMOUTH
Over tho Galnmoas & Hockhg Valley and
Mirin:U& Cincinnati KiuIRoas.
Going Ku;;t. II
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f v , 1- n
, 6 :io
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3 o.vlAiiieus .
4 3'.;'eo:tvi!ln 7:0(1
5 -'-i :Iiivl!nvi lie
5 Log in ... 1 31
8 WljUiir GrovtS 0(1
I (inrasler . .8:17
Sugar Grove It) ''
XiOgan ... .
04'i Winchester. 8-.&H
7 lo' t.olunilms.. M:i-
Car (in llifllt:,';5 A. M. Train runs Ihromrli to
rortsinoulli iiliout chtintf'.', nrriv in a I Mi'Ar
thuratat 2:o2i'.M,; niui Cur for tho 8:00 I. 3f.
Tniinfrom Piit'lsnioiith lur Coluinlius arrives
ftt McArtliiirat 14:8" P. M.
Close enineeliiins iiia.le at I.anenitnr for fir-
clcville. Z.ineKville, and nil pniuts "il the Cm-
ciniiaii a .MiisKiiiKiini vaiiny itunw.1v
Direct connoetinii made 1 1 oliiiuDus for Dav-
ton, S.ii'iiisllcl I, Indi.iniiiiillK, Cliienfrn, uu l till
ponits West; iilw. tort levolaiul, lliitfaln, rills-,
lini!;. I'hiladelphia, New York, awl all points
(Mineeftons mode at T.nMTi Ivv nnh J rnlna
with all Trains for fUrnitsviiic' and all points
011 tlio Strtiit!! villc Krartch.
J. W. DOmF.KTY,
E. A. BUBl.L.ficn'lTlckfit Aa't:
THE HEW DISCOVERY
In domical and Medical Cclenoa,
5 M Jir
Dr. E. F. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION fi COMPOUND ELIXIR
FIIlalT AND ONT-Y BOTTTION' ever mad,
fnotro mixturt ef All T1IK TKTXVB
Taluahle nniivr piiuc.uls bt Ihu known,
I' I WXl TIII3M TATt,
TOEQUALRIi In Cim'. Colda, Catarrh,
Asthma, llroMtihu, uail co.isunipuou.
CUllKa WITHOUT FAIL
A recent old In three to six knurs ; and also,
bt its VITALIhINO, rUBIFYINO and UTI.
JlUXATiNCi edeolii upon tha gunaral ayatiui,
Is remurlfft'jlv eUlivieious In nil
DlriEASUS Of TIII1 III.OOD.
fnoluilitip bcrotula and Eruptions of the akin,
Dyspepsia, Disease of the I.ivor and Kiducrs
Heart llisoase, ami Ocnorul Debility.
ONS TRIAL CONVINCES!
.Volatile Solution, of Tar
For INHALATION", without aflplleatton of
HEAT. A rumarkalily V A LlAIILE discovery,
1 at tbowhuli) appiratukcan boculrnel ill lbs vest'
pockat, read vnt any time for tho most cllectual
aud poiilively surudve uan in
All Briactues of tlio NOSE, TIIItOAT
Tar and Mandrako Pill.
for us in connection with the ELIXIR TAR,
Is a eomhination nf (ha VO most vslunhla
ALTKRAT1VE KediMnea kno ts ta tho Fro
fession. and renders tliia fill wit.Vnt ozception
tha very yer offtired.
The. SOLUTION aud COilPOUND ELIXIR of
ii without doubt tha licst remedy known In
CHOLERA' AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a HHMi(le for such diseases, and should bo
kept in the household of every family, especially
dunnij thoto imintbs in wbh u
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
ofollablo to prevail. A small qtihnMiy taken'
dally will jirevont oouUaclUig tiiesa tcnlbla
diaeusus, . -
Bolutlon and Compound Kllxir, $1.00f;r Bottle
Volutllo Solution for Inhalation, $1.00 por Cos
Tar and Mandrako Alls,- COcti per box.
Beml for Circular of POSITIVE CURES
to your Uiu(rgiat, or to
1. & CO;,
110 E. 22d 6'.,, yew Xork.
c-y Mu' v
X t A LV. "-iU W a N
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BLISS, KEENS & CO'S Eluld Hxtract.
The wondoi fill rcinedy far C A NCft It , SYlH
IMS, HCItOt'ULA. 1'I.CKTtS, nnd SALT
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DISEASES, i preiarp(l froili Hie. Cictlulnn
Cundurungo liark, from L"ia.iKciil.ir. Sucurnl
by iifjKtontij uf tlm HiiHinlii'B ol ilint euuniry .Sulil
oy nil l)niBL'ii in pint i.o'tlt'j, luivingnn tlirm our
nnino. trmle mark and full illrctniin li.r lee. Penil
for a CT.Milar. Ofllcoinil Lahrauiry No. 61), ledsr St.
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i'd,r'jd ihnbutt pveaoter n" t!ic fivnili tnntl tnitlj
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nri.Ki.nf iitul tiiiiirn Wl-li ffrn.ili' .i n. itA!,l..i.iu
ami full ilo'iills nf tl o d Mater,- bv Geo.' P. lV"i
ai.d i. v . bqealinil, nil or-of tli Chh-ago Trl'miu.
W:lh ovr 41)0 iia(r?s, anil DO illiititl'Htloiis
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11 WIDS AWAKE ,t.Atp-:"
pair of superb French () 1 ( linimiis fill Mit LIFI5
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tcnk 1. 001 In ti.reiiinn hj am Out (17111:1.1 darn
snotl'cr IIS In n'i Weill;; one 4" In f il.iv. and ,'ihl
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d'V. 'lake. en sL- 1. An oil Aunt wlm l:n.i
sins' '! think it best twitr for can sees ev
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ticfer Hum any lock oceney, ' A ritr vlninee to
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IfyoiMvl.li n jwid -enitorv, fend early liir 6:rc!nr
mid icriiin! J. II. KOWO it CO. 2; I'nik' I'la-e, New
York; 11 13r inih ld Street . (:i cn?i H1.
Bend (of free sample copy of (V(i OIIKISTI A
LtlADKft. a Hmt.clnrs'wivkly Jmirnal published
by Ibe Now Vol kia'o dative iron nl On vr nlti,
and conta n n? I he rrii'im of Dlt. K. II. ( HA.
PI. Te'int?..r.n icr vnr. Addrcsj. Tali Ubor
CUKTSTIAff lEADrJI, 188 Uroisdwny,
New York City. '
60.li I S3 A 12.
NEW YORK OBSERVER.
V per Annum, Incltt.Iluj Year Hunk for 1ST?.
SIDNET K, .irol'.HE, Jr. CO.,
37 Park liew, w York,
SAMPLE CCPIFI? TTfT.V..
Villi. M. CAKLETON,
"ESelsy aBicl 5 are Op.it,"
KllM'S AXD WK1TKS FOR THE
DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
The lfot Fnrly N'ewspnpar In Itio O'lmtiy, H3
ii vir. I'll! il for s. rlinti i-upc and elnb rireiiiur,
AiMress I-II Til! iSCVK, Detroit, Mich.
- rrarid iMrnr r suri titvu i.
ofT.iteil fra ilnrlne the cumiui? vear
to every antiac.rlt.cr nr Merrv s Mil-caul, Ihu Tnlod.i
Illaiie, Itiuni rov's Doiuncrat, etc,
nibie'i is sn cvlduva of Is worth and nnnii'ar Iv
Horace Owe', v, .InrCH Partou. iMiemlnto Tl lon.
ansa saa csvcicta -i Ke,p-.ft tintrm
IV, M 1 xa
f5ail llainilti.il, i tc, write for cvefv number,
In cliiMilnif It olT.'rs thraa first e'aaa periodicals fur
rhe price of ihem. A variety of I'mnliiiug on
equally liberal terms. It Is nn oris tlnl, fVrsi-r.i-i
sfa'azfne. Volumo X brains with
rr . ..m.i re
Three apaetmen enrrlea free. Address
tun wrwia st-Jtzm mnisar
ana skuokbsiw v-r-w wi
S .. Wii(ll). Kawhvreli. N. Y.
tVKIt TWO III'NDIIEI) PAOESt.
1'rlnted In Two Oolova, on sn'perb TiNTeo" I'aiiCR
Four Hundred lOnynivhiRa of Fliiueia,
I'taitta and Ycgotnhk', with O.-scr piMiua mid
TWOO LoRED PLATES.
Pii'eotluti6snd plum fua mnklnit Walks, Lowus,
Oardeaa. e . Tin hrndMunest nnd I et Kl.O
lt.t I, ftl'IDH ii llio World; All lor Ten Cents,
lothosu wl.ii t'dtik ol buyi'.i'i setds Kill a 0,uniur
the cost SOO.Cuit sold of Jl
Adiress, JAWTS VICK,
KoL'lioNlor, N. Y.
I L I C tl O 19 pl" cs vocal nn,! Inxu'i
lino Music, Worth l in alieel
form.' Wo will uviill two buck
MIlIfAl Nos.forSOc., four for tide., or
IViliOlL-nl. .Ian. to Ilea. "tl. for (3 .(rcR
. Uliiv price. M). llottiul copies
for 1871. gilt sides nnd eiKus
VtlWVl I IlLl Thomin. Klnltel. (inunnd, etc.
A.ldrcsaJ, L. 1'KI KIW, 6S9 lJroudH iiy, Now
Yoilt.l'.O. II ..xBti'A
CASH FoR PRODUCE.
QTItKVKR lilt AYTOX, I'rodiico Com
t.nilalon MorrliHiits, 70 liiirclny Httect.
New Vorlt.. 'Iho lilliest inlci) (ihtiili.cd lor
Hill ter, ( Hfcift. Ij.krs, f.iultry, CiinVn, 11iik,
Deans, and alll'i-Jduee. l'rotnpt iMtunia run
(luted 10:000, AfiENTS .WANTED
Iinnienlnrcly, tMm can ho in ml o fnslxtvdnva
Kviy- render (if this, holh old and ynui'in
should send 1, mid jrelalx saui)iles Unit must
sell forl ont li, with full pnrtlculnra. f-iuid at
once, us I nm deturnilned tolinvu ID 00(1 Aironls
within the next, alxtvdars, Addloss J, 0.
IIHADLKY, Allllflulil, Olilo.
AGENTS Wiinted.AirPlits nruke more mhli
py nt work for us than nt nnjlhiiifr elso.
llnsincas llht nod puiii.niienli piuil.'iiltiiV
fien. i. Htinhon & Co,, Una Ait 'ublltlim,
NO W ItKAOY, NKW I'Ol'M.AU MAP
OK OlIIO.-Klzo, SRx.W Inchi-a. Hurl
ro.irts. Townships, Ac gulls raildlc. Biiuill
capltnl renulred. Very nre proMM. Kond
ftirc.lre.iilnrtoE.C. llllllGMAN,OHarolfty t.,
K A MONTH! Horse furnlalwd. Kipcn-
Nespiild. . n, MIIAW.Ainwl, Jin.
rilMNIKST thliiKS on earth frog tnall. Ad
rUll ili'ims Mooiik A Co., sd Dlruvt; Louis
(Jlfjf A WKRK I Beit Olienp HbnlllB fcsln
' Much Ine 'n the world. Amnits Wnutinl,
J b H AY-RS, Orsst Kslls, N. II. stl I
;ATOII KltKB to Airsnts to introduce snln'.s
that roll In every Heuss. J.s va vo. i-iiuiuiii;ii,
AiitiK A MO.S'l 'll.-lliirm t'i'd t.ni 1 fttirlth'
OU4t) it: . Xinri5iiildiH:li'lilinri'.K. H. Ui
BHA il , Allh i. Mi
A Hare Chance fir Apts.
Apents. wo will psy you $ 10 pfr wi ok In ' 1 ah, if mil
will I'ligKtro w Itu its nt mice Kvi-rvlli i)i fnrni'licd
mid e.i..ii!.ei Imld AiKliiw F A Ki.LS & CO, t:Ur
FREE TO BOOK ACEiNTS.
We will send n linndKninn rronpectm of our
AVw IlwtniM fumilv Mblr, coiiltdiilntf over
SOO llho Scriiiluie llltiHtrHtions to nn v Hook
A(fntl'rceof oliai(je, Address. National 'ih
usiiiNO Co., thlvngv, 111., Cincinnati, O., or
St. Louis. Mo. '
$W fdHstn. 60s
I" B sent (pontmro paid ) lor Viftjr C?ntii, Omt
,:,.(!.. '""-' " ' r;' -v-.
Vhitney's ifeats toot Harness Scap.-
IT Olla, JJlacks, Pollslits nnrt
Sonjis at llio sanirt time, Flit
up in.lfli KO und sninll size lojis,
also. in t'ireo I) b. bnrit. Hah been
ill uao for years njid a'rtr prricct
Send Ntnnii) I'm- our WAVlKLY.
Address G. F. WIllTNKi' ft CD., ft) Milk tit.,
B iston. MiiB8. Nov. 52, '7l-fiin
AllKNlS W AN1TII rut (lllll OlII .T W OHK,
MORMONS & M0RM0NISM.
Ily h sistil ufa hitsh pr cid. f '1 ur-liu sr evldei.c
n jn I list Hru tin Viuii if and ih Kldi is. J'bU,
AshiiHntnnli(ini in Victtma, I'liisiinti-.l. Adders'
W. K. I'.IIsh, Tn'uln, t hin. Ni tilc en is to., t in.,
II , nr Hoik imp & Dli.B, ll:irti.itl,( nun. 4t.
AGENTS WANTED 1'OIt
ROMANISM AS IT IS. s
An entirely iietv nulbciitio. fvl nilslivo und slnhiUid
word, cni'luen'ly ml.ii tid In tbe limes. If l n Ily
uncovers lbs whole llouiisb fvc'cin tu;d expnpcs Its
IiisI'Miuih woi mi ps ton'i um Inn c iitroi. i.xti:a
Tbbms ma TftK Wst. CONN, l l'llLlslI lilt Lt ,'
II A KI'I OI!I. C()NN. 4w.
AdKNTS WANTKU FOlt
T'm inusttftv nl.lv illnslrnlcil and clniipist hook of
modern times, und Just unapt, -il I. r h I day pifis,
AechIs for ihisnnrk nil I secure rlio 1 c of nil. fry
f,,r tho Kinndest religious voiuu e ef die iculuij ,
im-v ticarlv ren lv. ontit!ed 'li es," by the l!ev. l)r.
Deems, l" ot' oircalnrs mldrci'S l. S I V" It 1 .1 1 11 X (
ft) , I.W Union at , ( blcaio, iU., 4 0 Miko S reel,
St. Lous, Jin, 177 Weil l li .S rc.-i. C n., () ID 4V
I liv a. ndii Oi) CUNT-! with
irne, tic's'' t, color of cy e sod 1 air. yoti wdl recelvs
l-y rc'.uro mail acoir'ii-t plefuro ol' yair firnro bus.
ha id or -.vile, w IN niciie nnd tiiito uf m.rr ie. Ad
diess W I'li.'C. I'. O'. Diaiter, .So. Kultmii li'c New
Yi.;l .' 43 ki
We des re to nr K-' a few t' re Aeon's In sel tbo
Word K,.,-.own-'l I veil ItlKKKYK NEW-
INW .'itAC!lINI',a a lii.einl (h'.iii.v on C.-u. mis
sion. A I erre ai d Wat'on alien In Alo i t ; i'.tll
imrdcii ma fiirni bdlun npplirat on. A l'iis W
ItKNUEIt OX A t '. . Oo;hm1 Cfcniid,
Oh o. a id St. la. lib, ilo. 49-4v
LAi'iiS A A IT KB
le w n csu'i, onlv t'i i( i
(1IIICAT ATLANTIC .1. I'ACIK.
lilTK CO . SCI iii-li ' . N Y.
I'. O. I' x 0.Vei . Scud 101 Thru.
fT3T? A IT1
Tlit Orou nhiy .ii' , lit 'lh I'thttn y 100,.
0011 P'lH ll l -llmnl In hrt tHlrtf ftitrful
fti-oiim. Uriirli nuiling aci(-M,
M to I'WO copies oT tills lln-!i sclli nor riPV,
Siiiililr. ('run iiitl ii'il.l Co.. A.l-l..,lu r w
(jilOPSTKliO, ( hlcii'.d. Cltieinnntiov tit I.'o: !ii
I. ,i... ....ii i M..i'.w.;,i
skJ '.iloL-iit.. Wutor. inidts
- , n. . -. ...
Tn caff. T Z,X
tho Totli t
i-err I.ody or (
tlctnun, Suld bv lrurrffUl
lid Ucnltira In i'KKVI'MERY.
' 1 .... - - - -
VilELtS5 CAiiBOLIO TABLET
. For Couglia, Coldn und IIoursmicsK.
Tlluso TnUtlA present llio Add In f'emhina -,
tion with sillier e!R -Ifnt imicdica, In a jMnndar
fiirni. forthet.iirnul'all TIIlfA'f and I.LKl)'
IIoAhKHNI'MI nnd I'l ChltATiiN of the THKOsT.
nro IniHieiliiitely lelieved. nml stnleiiK ntu nm
constantly in luK sent to Iho propi Ietor ol relief
incases oi'l hi.wt iKITivulllesiif .vests st-.mdlnK.
fl k I VV 1 1 V Oou'l "i deceived hv vrurlh.
U ) I I W,N less Iniilni-ioiiH. Cut only
Vo"s' Cel Indie Tslilets. Price ru ctiis per It- s
JOHN 0 lil.LI.iKHj, l'hitt .St..: N Y.,
Rc.nl (ort Ircular. olll u: nt foi the I'.S,-
REDUCTION OF TKICES
TO CON V O ft M TO
riYoicTTi.vo i;i cluhs.
Pond fur our New 1'ilro I.I t nud a Club'
form will accompany It, coittidiiinK full dlreo-.
tlone iiiii l(in Imirc nn inx to eoiisuiuois und
reinuiiiTutlv to chili iiix!iiii.eis
QEEAT AMEBTO'AN TFA 00.
a d S5 VMny.Hti cot, New Y'orh.
T. O. lloxMta.
Mn. SaMl'r-.l, lti:.l,. of . K. Hclmiaru & Co.,
WlmlcNiilu Hoot und b"0 Mutinl'iietiii'i'i s, fl"
I'lflli yVveuuti, 'Itt-lniiich, fix , liaa heen nf
flti teil with eliro. e ih'ti niritl-iii fi r tliltty
years, from hi" rlpht hip to his ftn.l. hiivlnjf to
use u cm tell nnd a e '.tin. and at tl.ncSsn nlnfi'l
ns In utterly iiieu ii' ltnl.-f I Im lor i:tl ndnig to
his tniKiiu'iiV. Iliivltiu'trln! ivo y -vfied', known
Without rll'eet, fxo.'fit (lllliliin-.' iiu Killer,
ee wns Huii'lV Indi.cvd lo try I' Aii'i ondnp
pll' titlifn etn ided hhi to lay uslilc his ei utrli,'
nt d a tlili'd cilcct' il a peui'iiiu nt euro. Mr.
Doll, nn a imptil.'ir nnd veil Itui u n r.itl.eii j.s it
llviii'r looiiiinveiit of lis f icev of the (! nt
rn.'die.il (llPovfiiy,(;llllliiiid'a;Ja'n Killer, fho
nlllli'ied idirii.ld rn1i their I'moeri r (lrutiulKt fur
it. nn I trv 1 1 h wonderful power. Mr. Cilillninl,
no iiinlprslnnd witnlH a rcaiioctn'di! rccnt In,
evorv town ii tn I ci ii nt v li r It Tic prlneipul'
olllc l al 72 Thltd Avi'in c, 'Itlsl niitli. '.. ,
Can bo Curtrl,
Header, If yea
aro troubed wl.a
( oW in fie Intt,
or I UreiunCt'turrli
r.nd L'xnu. Dr.
Hp. : no I In no'
sin. !e Ciso b.H It
Jiiunt In ctl ctli
a cum. bold by n l
ftOcls. per packu, !..
Manuluittucil a:. J
sold by tlio nrnprie.
tor.O. l:cno M. 1
... ... ., i'. lll'.NltY, No. SCollogn
1'liieu, Now Yol k Oily.
It la NOT A rilYBlCf-It Is. K)T- lint Is pop.
ii l ii i- v or Heil a 111 I" I lilts, ii..f Is II Ii. tend ul na '
such. IT I A SHU I n A. ME II WAN I lunl Hint
lias been usrd fur many ycuis byihe n eill.nl I inliy
ol tlto'e eoitnirli-s with o ib ift I i (Hi m-s . rud sn
a I'ltWlUirCI- Al.TKI.'ATIVKaid B MOt'i: Al.i l ,
ITIilHKIt Or' T'lK lil,llO ft and t k Wi.lu nl.il
I'eilco Itemed!' for ml IM-eiises ol tha
l.IVI-U and 8P1.KKM. HNLAIt'KVPNT 'rr OB.
SfltlTOTlON l 1NTI BTINKw. rm ,A II it 1 K-;
111 N U. or A 11 1 )' M I N A I, Oh O A N H. 1 1 I I 1
ore WAN'I'nf UliOOl). INTMI. 11 ITN'I or
i'EM lTrKNT KKV.r'IH IN 1'I.A M M ATK'N
of t' e I.I V Klt.DllOIMY. KMldfi 1KII CI It-
crLM'ic.N oniie ni oni). a i en hues,
DYM'I'I'flA, AOt'l: KKVf.lt
Dlt. wr.LI.H,'KSfTIMCT Ol' JUItHIintA
la orTiircd'to the puhlm as a irraiil iiiv'foriili.t' ami"
rnnSily fof all linpnrltlea iM the blood, nr lor nr.
Hiiule Weukness villi their llltt'lliliint aills, Kef
iha forru"lii(t complaints
la annfldenll'.' rncoininendod to every fninlly a'
linnscholil remedy, and slimilil br ftrely laken In all '
. ............. ...'it.. ...ai.,.H II jl.-fi. iirnllli. vtioir '
u.'rao.riiirii,r ... ni r,r.. ,- ,. ...
ami tone tn all lie vllnl foreeH, and siiliiinliaand
loritll's an sveaa run 1,1 iiirinnn ,.o..r.. ...n.
JOHN CJ Khl.l.tuin, la I'lall Blreel, New . irk
IOiUI Urlll lur ii (iiinco riHl'f
I'd One Dollar pet bottle!' PcmI'Iit Circular.
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