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' . Hnwon's
fjourt Howie.
jr. -W. BOWIES Editor.,
II 3 Arthur,
April 17, 1872,
Cincinnati Convention.
For ' the accommodation, of
-persons wishing to attend -the
Cincinnati. Convention, to be
Vi1r1 ; Mav. 2d. the Marieatta
to Tsell round trip tickets,
Anrll 30 and Mav 1. eood for
f ' 1 '
return till May 4th, inclusive
at two-cents per mile each way.
The Southern portion of this
State was no. doubt damaged
by the storm last week, to the
amount'of at least six hundred
thousand dollars. At Chilli-
cothe several - buildings were
swept away, the canal banks
gave way, and the city and
vicinity more or less covered
with water. The Marietta &
Cincinnati Railroad was dam
aged between Chillicothe and
Loveland 'bo that trains were
delayed two or three days a
number of culverts being wash
ed away and several hundred
feet of trestle-work weakened.
The damage in Cincinnati and
vicinity to coal dealers, steam
boat owners,, railroad com
paines, &c, will exceed half a
million of dollars.
Hundreds of Republicans
are auxious to vote against
Grant and his relatives and his
wife's relatives so soon as the
standard bearer of the Repub
lican party shall be designated
at the National Convention at
Cincinnati, on the 1st of May.
U The steamer Bostona arrived
at Cincinnati, about 2 o'clock
on Tuesday morning of last
week, from Portsmouth, while
the great storm was raging,
and in getting under the new
bridge was swept around by
the curreut of the Licking Riv-
r in BUth a way as to lose
both her chimneys.
THE STORM.
Nashville, April 9. The
ri.in-storm last evening was one
of the heaviest tor years. All
of the railroads running into
Nashville were more or le9s
damaged, parts of them being
washed away, but all of them
will be irr running order to
morrow. No mails leceired
here to-day except from Louis
ville, the mail due last night
and to-night coming in togeth
er. Omaha, Nebraska, April 9.
The worst snow and wind
etorm of the season prevailed
throughout Wyoming and Col
orado from Saturday evening
until this morning. TheBtorm
commenced on the line of the
Union Pacific Railroad about
seven hundred miles west of
here, and extended eastward
over a distance of four hundred
miles. There are about two
feet of snow reported to have
failed at Cheyenne. The storm
caused a temporary stoppage
of all trains on the Union
Pacific Railroad for the dist
ance mentioned and also trains
near Denver. The - weather
has again become pleasant, and
trains will probably ' run regu
larly to morrow.
Albany, N, Y., April 9.
The freshet in the river con
tinues, but indications are that
it will not materially increase
The ice coming from above
passes down stream without
obstruction. A span of the
bridge, beneath which the
Troy ferry-boat was fastened,
gave way to day with a crash,
carrying the stern of the boat
to the bottom of tho nver.
Rondout, N. Y., April 9.
A severe thunder storm, ac
companied by heavy rain, oc
curred here to night. Reports
Jrotn alon the ltonuout and
Oswege Railroad show that
much damage has been done to
the track by the Jate rains.
Memphis, April 9. The
Btorm yesterday was unusually
6evere. Reports from the sur
rounding country show con
siderable damage to the crops,
while the railroads have suffer
ed heavily, and all tho trains
are delayed.
WHERE IS THE PEOPLES
WHERE IS THE PEOPLES MONEY?
THE STATE OF OHIO ON THE
VERGE OF BANKRUPTCY.
VERGE OF BANKRUPTCY. RADICAL RECKLESSNESS AND
VERGE OF BANKRUPTCY. RADICAL RECKLESSNESS AND EXTRAVAGANCE.
NO FUNDS TO MEET APPROPRIATIONS.
ATIONS.
NO FUNDS TO MEET APPROPRIATIONS. Public Institutions Going Begging.
A SWEET STATE OF AFFAIRS.
How do you Like Radical
Rule!
The acts of the Radicals can
be kept secret no longer. The
State of Ohio under the ex
travagant and reckless expen.
ditures of the Radical party, is
fast approaching the verge of a
financial , crisis. There is not
sufficient funds in the Treasury
to meet the appropriations of
this year, notwithstanding the
levy two years ago increased
the amount collected for the
State expenses" over $600,000
for one yearl
The fact of the embarrass
ing condition of the finances
of the State has just come to
the knowledge of the public.
It has been known to the se
lect few for the past month,
and now when it can no long
er be concealed, there is fear
and trembliug on the part of
the leadsrs and State officials,
Not that they care much for
the interest of the State, but
they are frightened on their
own account because of the
danger there is of the people
who have grown tired of the
mismanagement-defeating their
party at the elections this fall.
. Leading Republican mem
bers of the Legislature or the
Finance Committee have giV'
en notice to the public beuevo
lent institutions of the State
that they must reduce,, the ap
propriations for, their support
by the coming year. The un
finished work on the Luuatic
Asylums must be retarded, or
the Republican party in the
State will be defeated. They
have said to the authorities of
the Soldiers' "Orphans' Home,
"You must delay your neces
sary wants for the present."
The Radical leaders have at
tempted to prevent auy ap
propriation for the State Agri
cultural Reports (a matter that
is of interest to every farmer
in the State.)
The State recently put in a
claim against the General Gov
ernment for $2,000,000, said
to be due and unpaid, on. ac
count of the three per cent
funds on the sale of public
lands, proposed to be given
the State in lieu of the tax on
public lands. This claim is of
doubtful character it is claim
ed it is already . paid but if
there is any thing in it there is
no prospect of its being adjust
ed and settled for some time to
come. Tailing to obtain this
mouey this summer, it is alleg
ed the State will be compelled
to borrow $600,000 to meet
the necessary current liabili
ties of the State.
This is the record of State
management that the Radical
party in Ohio will have to en
ter upon the campaign . this
year. The unfinished build
ings of the State are to be de
layed, and the poor lunatics o
the State deprived of the neC'
essary care and protection.
Lao public institutions com
pelled to run in debt, or starve
she inmates, or borrow money,
is tne inevitable result.
"We learn from James Ma-
lone of this town, who has
traveled during the past ten
days through portions of Yin;
lit e r !
ton, iitnens, ivieigs, ana uama,
that the Wheat he observ
ed along his line of travel look
ed very well, notwithstanding
the extremely dry full and
severe winter.
The Zancsville Signal, tho
organ of the Muskingum coun
ty Democracy, came to ns last
week in a new dress. It looks
well, and deserves a, good pat
ronage.
The Passengers at Blanchester
After the Storm—
After the Storm— Fred Douglas on Board a
Marietta & Cincinnati
Train and gets into a Row.
A special dispatch dated at
Blancheeter April 9th, 1872, to
the Cincinnati Enquirer, says:
Business on the Marietta
Railroad has been about sus
pended during the last twenty
four hours by the flood ' Five
sectious ; of trestle-work" be
tween Loveland and Chilli-
cothe, amounting: in all to a
thousand feet, have been wash
ed out, preventing the passage
of trains altogether. The mail
train west, due at Cincinnati
at eight o'clock last night, to;
gether with two or three other
trains, lie here, while the Chill
icothe train, out from Cinr.in
nati yesterday afternoon, has
just started east. A-large force
of workmen have been employ
ed repairing the damages all
day, but it will be impossible
for the first trains to get
through before to-morrow noon.
Passengers have to find lodg
ing in the cars, the town being
unable to accommodate the
numbers. Among the passen
gers are Fred Douglas and
son, J. M. Langston, Green
and Downing all colored no
tabilities of Washington en
route to the Convention at
New. Orleans,
Uuile au excitement was
raised here this morning by an
altercation between Douglas
and a man named White,
merchant of the place. White,
who is a Republican, accosted
Douglas with "How are you,
Fred? He not relishing fami
iarity, said, "Go to hell, you I"
lherenpou White commenced
throwing stones at Douglass.
Soon after the town Marshal
arrested both and took them
to the Mayor, one' for assault,
the other tor insulting lan-
gunge, vv inte . was nueci one
dollar, and Douglass released
on parole for future trial. In
the afternoon Douglass lectur
ed to a large audience.
Information just received
says that the abutments of the
bridge across the Miami at
Loveland are so injured by the
flood as to' be unsafe for trains
to passj and the structure is in
constant danger of being car
ripl away. The Muskingum
Valley Railroad is also impass
able for trains. Hacks can't
he procured, and your reporter
will set out on foot for home
iu the morning.
. Some of the extremely Rad
ical folks of Huron county
haye petitioned the Ohio Leg
islature to pass, a bill making
it a Penitentiiiry offense to get
drunk or to sell or give away
liquor, and the drunkard may
turn btate s evidence and send
to prison men that ! treated
him. . , ; -.
On Thursday last a petition
was presented in the House
during the morning session, by
Mr. Haag, for a modification of
the liquor Jaw, which was sign
ed by forty-six thousand per
sons.
NOTICE.
17 1.EAZER WOOnnUFF.whose place of real
KclMMTft J. QiuH'ii.ol Vlnlon county, nnil Stntu of
XJ deuce is unknown, v 111 tako notlco I hut
unio, (iiii,oii mo nui nay ot jMovviuncr, a.i. ihti,
IIUi in tliot'oui t of CdimiHin l'lunsof hhIi! Vinton
county. Ohio, a tratiHi-t-lpl ol proceed nira lu biu
tnnlv In tho cusoof KcImtch .1. (Jiit'cn iignlmt
aiild'Ela.i'r WooilrnlT, from tlm uuokct of An
ilruw J. Klllott, Jintlcoof tho l'citno in nnil for
liurrlMMi towiiHiuji. Vinton county, Ohio, and
mi allldlivlt thut alio (HcImm-c.u J. Oiilmiii) wim
Ihc niiithor of a Imstiird chllil; that mM Elcazor
Wnodruir wns the lutnorof nnli child; mid tlmt
aitld Klou.cr AViHxIriitf luiil iilwcomled with the
Intent to (Icfi-Hiid iillliuit, and (hilt ho luid loft
tho county of Ills i-ohMoiico (Vinton) to avoid
the survive of n wiirrnut : mid thut mi Id Kcliccca
.1. (Jiiuvii, on tno '.it n lit v or .Novvmhor, A. I.
1(1, ciinxcii rcrtnin iiimis iwliinglntf to snlij
Kloiuor Wooili-nlf, and Hitunto iu tliu mild Count v
of Vinton lo liu iiltiu'licxl, tho snmo leiiiir the
miuttl vast (jimrli'r of the south oust quarter of
BHciinn nn. m, lownsnip ao. u; Kungo o, H;
contuinlnx 40 ncros uioro or Iuhs; also, tho north
I'llst rmarliT of the. mmth civt (illlil tcr of siTtlon
SI ; township No. I'i runRO No, It) In district of
limns eiinjucc w suio hi ciiiiiicoini', vino, con
tiilnlnB 40 acres more or loss, with tho exeunt Ion
of ten anros sold out of tho north west corner of
sum lot. Hani I'jeuzor Woodruff Is noiillcd thut
sold ciise will ho for hearing on the 2nd dny of
Hiiuiu cun uu nunru,
mnyt jt it, iniu, ui un hoou Lueruaiior as me
IIEIIECCA J. QUEEN,
JJy Jol.n Mnvo, her att'y,
April 17, ma.
s
IIERIFF'S SALE.
Stab Ohio, ytnhn Connly.
iioueFui-nace Co., rialntiff,
lucnlnst
H, OooU & Co., Defendants;
In Vinton County ( eiirt of Oomraoa Dons,
On
r.xociinoo.
Pttmnant to the command of in execution
Issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton Countv. ami to me directed as Bherltr of
aiilu oiMtnty, l will oner ror naio ai linunoaim
II..H ... II.A lllllMllfll, U-zititiHi'i In
llufiulen, Vinton county, Ohio, on
in
ao town of
Monday, the 20th Day of April,
A JJ. 1B7Z,
it the honrofl o'clock p.m.. of an Id day. the
lollowinir liornonai proiieny, iu-wiii ,
AIkmiI lo Plow-point rnttnrni i
Two slimsof Farm Hell Patterns
Four Cnne Mill Pattornii
A lion 1 1 1I Oook Htove Pattern 1 1
Aliout Canon 8toe l'attnrna; .
Five Parlor Store Pattern i
Four (Ji ate nnil Front Patterns
Anrl all other TOOLS AMI PATTERN
for carrying on the lnnlnoss of said Fonndryi
anil. alao. ' all Hie Flnlalied Bind Unflnlahed
Stock mrw In the laid Foundry, bolonirtna to
aid8. GooUACo. .
to aatiafr an execution leaned fi-om the afore.
Ivlenl iinnn aa the prcoertr fB. uoetaa do.
aid Court In favor of lion Furnace Co. ,
Termsoruaie. VMUin innnn. jm.
BANIKL TWOTH,
Bherltr of Vlutontountr,
R.C.JonM, Att'y for 1TCT. ,
April n, 1673-iWTO 4 .' . ;
Chean Tarms! , Tree HomesI
oic mr. i.inb or ma
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A LAND elUNT OF '
12,000,000
IN THE B1'T
rAEMINQ AND MINE it AL UHD3 IS AMEK:OA.
3,000,000 ACEES IN' NEBRASKA
IN TUB .
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
THE
GARDEN OFTHE WEST,
NOW FOB'S Al.EI .
Taaaa landa are in tb tmlr portlsn it thi
United States, cut the 41st Awea nfSorih Latitude
tht central line of tlw great Tcinptrett. Zone of the
American Continent, an.l f..r grain jrowlnr l
lock raisin- uumrpaswl kjr any In the Unttad
'cHEAPER IN . PIUOK, more favorable tenna
fren, n1 more oonvenicn to -market than Can be
found elsewhere.' '
FBEB HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLERS.
The Best Location for Colonies, .
Soldiers entllod to a home sttad of 160 acre.
Troo Passe to Purohasera of Land,
Rend for the new dencrlpllvj' pamphlet, with new
mine, pulilirfced In Knj'Uh. Guriniui, feweeditb nU
t...i-L m.iitwi ta av.rvivliare
Addr
. , Land GommMoer, U. P. K. B Coj
. : - Omaha Neb.
THE CHRlSTIANimonthlyrellgioiwfau!.
ily paper, hill of IncWeiits, providences, muslo
poetry, true atorlea for young, eld s t t.ni tin
uera. No loctitvlonlsut; wutrovemy, pelitict, puffs,
or pa'ent Diedioinea. 6J0, a yeari lOcop es, .M
Seed 10c, for 8 papera Iwfore yon lorceU Little
Christian, 8 copies (i, . u. nuug,
Uepeiitory, 19 Lludnll Dl., Boston, juaes..
The Best ?aint in tha World! :
Pure White aid Over One Hundred Dif
ferent tehados and Tints.
This pa nt la mate of the purest and moa dnrnhle
material nereioiore Usui ny liaimor.. coiniiinrn wun
a inrfo proportion or mnia jviirjiicr, which laeavmi
ea'.ly united In tnrh n innnnrr its to form a smooth.
vloi.r. Arm. flnrahln. elimLid mid hpauHful 1'Alnt.
wh.rli becomes flratly cemented to Itio substance to
wuiru 11 la apiMd.
BUTThss Patuts are prepared ready for use, and
sou Dy tne gallon only,
RUBBER PAINT 00., Cleveland, 0.
AGENTS WANTED TOR
OF WE7 YORK,
A WORK I1EBCRI I'TI V E of tho CITY OF NEW
YOUK in all lta VA HUM'S PHASKS.
its splendor a nil wretcheilncus: lta hiph nnd
attractions und lanucrsi Its Itingntnd Fruml:
Itsleadiiifrinonand poliiiciuiis; its ndventur-
low me: lit nuiroio UHlaccrt mi i uric rli,nu It.
uio: us uii.unief: irs invster es and erlmpa
llluxtratod wilh Nearly tfOKIiie Knerarin;.
Fend for Clrculais. wlili tvrtni. nnH r,,ii,iA.ni.i ,oii...
of i be work.
NATIONAL rUUMSINO CO.;
Chlotjo, III,, Cincinnati, 0., or St. Louis, No.
ANTED'AGtiNTsv-,. MiHwir
auu lucinaiiugwork, r unusual interest.
The Homo of ,
fiod's People.
The flrsmlost ami ninslpnpnlar Ilia k mi'j now set"
nun matrr mnn any iimiT un ee n.i.Ks ci.llililiicd
'ra ly itOOsimerb eiiL-rnrlntrs. One nnttank 114
orilers In 10 days. Ti.e tcsi eh An it to niuka money
ever nnerea tiie oml ukih i n en in every
township. Semi tiir anr c rcnlais. n ull U'iin(ntt
siirprsseil,)(terrlptloii, Inileisroieins, ete. t,d'liEN
CITY I'UIJLISUlNa (0lii5 Kim ,-t , Ciiiclnituti.
CAKPENTES, ttVILDEKS,
And all who ronteinplntn Itiiildino;, supplied
with our new lllusirnti'dCuiiilotiie on receipt
OfHUlllip,
fiSjJ"- J . niOKNKi.i. A ru. Architectural
Hook Tub's, aT Wuiiiai 61., N. Y.-fca
ADJUSTABLE GB APE-VINE '
TEELLIS. . .
Theliest nd cheapest Trellis ever n)ftde; en
ally constructed aud reulukd. Kor eiixulars
glvlnjr full information, und for fceurlntf tor-
rt tnl'lul rti.til.fl fit, vacv tv.iij ...t.t....UJ t.i.
stamp, T. G. lhOMANS, Wulworth, Wayne
UQ Piano Co., New Yorkist elassi290. No
, Ol AgouU. , iiiuia ef patrons In 4u Stitei In
circular.
AGJSNT8 Wanted.'-Afreuta mnke more nion
ey at work for ns than at vihiio. iu
BnalDcsa IIkIH nnd permanent; pnrticulnrs
Portland, tlairje.
A1?n,?I,EN,TN0, f0R BUSINESS.
I. AnTeneriretloman.liy it small cnsli ontlny,
run muko IJ.OoO in three mmitk. r,n- u.,ii:..
nee Non-ExploHlvo Attnchiueiit for Kerosene
snnpio, cncAp uml sure remedy fot
eoaloll lamp explosions. KIs nny lumn. ftnri
""""leu to nmke it 3lisnlul.oly snfe. (17.0(10
.on, ui uve nmntus.. A eonntv with 80,000 pdp.
Iiixk 15.000 Lnmns: evrrv limn nmi. it. ..u.u
JalnllycnnitiTordltitiniilelor trlnl by mail,
te. Terms and circulars free. Costa nothing
" lyesliitHlo tlila offer. Inquire of the Kill tor
j uu., in iiuiiniau Baltimore, Md.
TMMENSE SUCCESS. A o knts Waxt
; . .V .1' VI '""" s I no r-atentecs. R. I.
a r.u, mule and lonutlo, in every county In tho
United States and Cumulus to sell our new and
mnstusel'ul putent: from ono to six used in
every luiniiy. ioo percent. fruarunteonV For
"i.,!l.V,le,,,,'Lll'l.ierins ''" lOconts and HdiliciiH
r tvuuurwjn g iu , Bj& uiverat.,Troy, it: Y.
CTAMMERINO.-r Whits A'.Oatman
cloivyinun in this city. Ko pay until cured,-
V m mi avenue, dv.vr XorR. Kefcren?.cs from
"viiuiwi viiuiunr, . . .
iDii nnn reward
V'l I 1 1 1 1 1 Poranvcuseof Blind. Bloc
ill I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Vip tlmt BINDS PII.K
UXlUUlJ B KM Roy falln to euro. It is
" prepared expressly to cure
X'l I 1 1 1 1 din. It.hlnir. orUlcernted
hio ruin, ami noiiung else. Bout uyatlQrug-
IfiBw.. rriou el.
.REAT 5IKDICAL . BOOK of MBOftil
vji KROwiedeotonll. HentfreeforS itnmps.
Address DrBONAPABTE 4CO.,tltiolnuutl,0.
TBIIC F0R f'WlKt Magnetic TIME
I nUC KEKPKRaml Indicator. Inrllannna.
TIMCft,'lo to orcry traveler, trsdor. boy, fnr
I liYICiner, nnd for EVERYBODY in need of
a KLiBLuino. keeper. Usual watch aim.
steel works, glass crystal, In ntftt OROIDE
onso, warranted to denote correct time for two
yeari. Nothing like It. 1,000 sold weekly.
This valuable article,, in neitt nao. will ha sent
"i" uj wnere.ior ii o ror J. xry one
Clrculam fnto Order only from the sole agent!
. nvvi., uiuiiiouoro, r i.
Vhat U this Grand Rpeolfle for dyapopslaf
this bubMlitg, sparkling, cooling, purifying,
regulntlng drauxht they call Trrnt'e Kffer
vescent laltaer AperlentT well, It if limply
the chemical Jbt timil of the Bslticr Spring
Water, which, for 100 years has been aocountud
tho flnost Cathartic anil Alterative in fall u
rcpfl. ,.
SensationS
-V
V
Bargains for
caps, wry
fj 'V Jt
r.. W C'V
t;in;t ji ijili i .
. j v. v.- r. . .
GLASSWABE,
, . ... ; ;. ! '
CHOICE GOODS, NEW PRICES.
...... . 1 i
GOOD TIMES HAVE
Our DTIotto shall be "Try
. and giro entire satisfaction."
EVERYBODY INVITED TO
. HARP
A
Agricultural
MlJXJSr STBEET, M'ABTHUE, OHIO,
Ato receiving a largo ami well selected stock of
Bita' . Harflware, Saftrs' Hardware, Ca3lTGIles, Toolf?, Culler?!
House 3?"ra.r23LliaIne: O-oods!
Wooden-ware, Market Baskets, Rope, Twine,
FARM AND GAEDEIT IMPLEMENTS!
TEASS AND PORCELAIN KETTLES!
Wo bnvo eholeo
XT
And various pntterns of
And woaro Sole ArcuIs tortliu Colchratcd
Celebrated Arlington
Come and see this Stove
mum
BsS-Ths VACUM OIL. BLACKING Always on handle
A good
Fhi-c Whitc-Pinc Tar,
Conttantly un hand. We miumfuctuio the best urtiuluof
Tin-Ware!
All, of whicb we will soil nt
exebange for Country Producel
Wo have the exclusive Agency
CHAMPION COMBINED
Call and examine this machine.
Everybody!
J .... ' '- v w .
AN1
: 'V i A
X Vo
COME
to please
CALL AND SEE GOODS!
v - r w x
XV'o X
-A.2STID-
Iii&i
0
nssortnicid ot
G
loiiibiiied Cook
Sieve !
lieforo you go elsewhere.
article of
aiitj Pure Cider 'Tinvgar,
t
if.: vu kaVfA-
DgfXOVV TRICES 01
in Vinton county for tho
MOWER AND REAPER.
Tliey aro superior to r.ny other.
The Newport and Cincinnati
railroad bridge, just completed
for use, is of wrought iron, key
stone pattern, and bno hun
dred feet above low water.
There are nine spans, the long
est four hundred and fifteen
feet ; the other spans are not of
2G0 feet, another 237 feet, and
two others 202 feet. ' e"ach.
Steel rails, sixty-seven pounds
to tne loot, are used. 1 lie
whole length of the bridge is
1,821 feet,
ForAyer'a Medicines, go to G.
WiSisson's.
.' , Mrs. , Alice Wayne, having
iibandoned an evil life, is lectur
ing on the social evil, to large
and cultivated audiences in Bos
ton. She treats the subject
boldly but delicately, and hr
important conclusion is, that
an erring man is equally guil
ty with an erring woman, and
must be treated with the same
contempt which is bestowed
upon the woman, nud the sym
pathy of her audience with this
position is always emphatic
and expressive.
,' This is a good time to sow
salt on beds cf asparagus. If
applied an inch deep at this
season it will bo. beneficial;
but a . sprinkling of salt water
onco or twice a week , during
the growing season, should al
so be applied to meet the nat
ural habits and wants of the
plant.-
Adair.
William Ad'iir, tho author i
the present Jiquor law of Ohi
commonly known as tb
Adair law is a res'ilent ot
Carroll county, find yet rep res
ents that precinct in the lower
house of the Legislature. Al
though Mr. Adair has Uevuren
ed attached to the front part
of his cognomen, we are sorry
to say he does not practice
what he preaches m other
words, ne w a cintier or vile
whisky ami frequenter' of
gambling dens nnd faro banks.
This is well known iu Colnm-i
bus, and we merely -allude to
the fact to disabuse the minds
of those who imagine that
Adair is a saint of the first wa
Circleville Democrat.
The Ministers of powers
having treaties of commerce
with France have been request
ed by their Governments to
renew their representations
ngainst tho modifications made
by Frauce in the customs du
ties. Several powers have, it
is rumored, determined to
make reprisals if certain reim
posed duties particularly on
the importation of cattle be
not withdrawn by the French
Goverumeu.t
For Sale.
Any porson wishing to pnrchnso
a good pout-holo borer should call
at tliiu ofllco, atul roo tho best.
Hon. 1. I). Campbell, pro
,i .am to pro-ecu e a number of.
c'ie prominent. Kupublictne of
the Third (Ohio) Congressional
District, , for 'having procured
votes for Schenck, in 1870, by
bribery and corruption.
Circleville Democrat. NOTICE
OF INTENTION OF PURCHASE AN
OF INTENTION OF PURCHASE AN Infirmary Farm!
law, of the Intention of tho Commissioners of
NOTICE fshcrohy irlvon, In pursuance of
Vinton cmiHtj', uiuo, 10
Purchase for an Infirmary Farm,
the farm known aa tho
"UFLOM FARM,"
SITITATU l't Mlloa NOH1H of MoArnthr,
Ooit;ilnliig 3i2 acres, lit !87 per acre.
Petitions For and Eemonstrances
Against
I'hepiiri'hnscofsaid fiirm will ho considered if
filed iu tho Auditor's Ofllce, of mkl county, on
or before
Wednesday. May 15,1872.
ay order of Coiumiiwinncrs :
W. W. BKLFORT,
Audior Vinton Co.
April 11, 1U73 4w
I'xtraordinary Improvementa
CABINET ORGANS
The Mason A Hamlin Orenn Co. rosncctfnllr
nniiiittncpllie Introduction of Improvemeots Or
much more tliitn oi-dinury Interest. These era
BliEl) AND ni'E CABINET ORUANH,
hoiiiii tho only ftneccgHfiil roinbinutlou of HEAT
I'll' ICS with roods ever made.
DAY'S TKANSI'OHINU KEY-BOARD,
left. -liani(iii tho lti'h,or trnnsposinir the key.
For di'itwinffHUiul ftwn'ptioiHtte0 Circvlar.
SEW AND ELEGANT 8TVLE1 OF DOUBLIi
whlcli can bo Instantly moved to the rltrht or
KEl'.l) C.VBIMCl OUUAN3,
nt fl 10. tm imd $125ench. ConsirTcrlnp; Capae
ity, F.k'ft.iMc.e, nnd Thorough K.cl!ence of
Woi'kinniiKliip, these uro cheaper than any be
fore offered.
cdj(cd BEST, itud from extraordinary fneilitleai
Tho I vson and Hamux Ornniire nrknowl.
lormamitiiotiiro tuts uompuny can aitonl, ana
now undertake to sell at prices which rcuder
them
UXCiUKSTIONABLY CHEAPEST.
Four Octnve Orirans $50 puch: fire octave or-
p ins fltiO. 1?5 and tipwtii'ils. With three act
rueils flAO and tiiiwarils. Forty styles, up to
SUM each.
New Illustrated Cntaloguo, nnd Ttstimoninl
Cii ciilnr, with upininns of more tliitn One Thou
sand Musiclnns. sent frco.
JI ASOM i HAMLIN ORGAN Ctt
151 Tremont St., Huston. MB Brondwny, N.T.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS
$40, $50, $75, and $100.
GOOD, EUHAELE AND CHEAP.
Shipped Ready for Uao.
MANUFACTURED BY
J. W. Chapman & Co., Madison, Ind.
t?"SF.ND K08CIKCULAK.-
11 0 U T E WEST.
23 MILES THE SH0ETEST.
3F.XPIU.SS TIIAIK8. Ii'iuo Indlnnnpolij,
daily. I'vci'jit tiundiiy, for ST. LOUIS and
Tilly WEST.
rplIK only I.lne rnnniiiK riH.I.MAN'K crle
I hrntcd'HlHwii a ruiiiii Slccpinn Cmnfroin N.
Y.. Pitlshiirvh. ( oIiiiiiIiuh. LniiihYlllc. I'la-
oliinnti, nnd Inuiiiliiipolls. to 01. J .on I K wltlinat
cllllllt'D-
I'mswiirits slinuld vi'incmln-r thut litis is the
tircat West I'.iiuml Kuiite lur Ivimsiih I H-,
Jnvcii worth, ljiwrcnce, T.i eka, Jin c-'
. tluu City, FortScott nnd St. Joseph
BH Slinn I IITA TO K ANS AS, for llio iiiif.
CifilUriANlO ponfcstiihlishli Mi.-in-solves
In new home, will have liberal (Jiscriui.
iNfact'iry ('oinmuuil)o.i on rrjnlnr rates will be
Kiven to ('iilnniits and liirso pHi'tiew travi linc
toi-lhcr: nml their linpiaKe, onilirrnnt cut lit
nnd stoi-k a lll he sliipiciin the most luvera
Idu tortus, r'sintin to
iniilton iiiuileiiitlu'irluvur bv this I.lni . Sat-
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
Sucn conilVii f , Mid ai connnnilnt Ions as are pre
ntod by NO OT1I Kit KOI TK.
TfcKICISnin lohtnlnt-d it nil the nrlnclnal
Ticket OluVex In the Kisteni, Middle and
Southern Males.
O. E. FOM.KTT,
. . (Jen era I 1'iiNfentr.er Akii. St. I)iiis.
KOltT. KM JI ETT,
Kntorn I'lissciRer Atfenl, Indliipapolis.
JwlIN ft. SIMPSON,
Ocncrul SiiR'ilnlcnilcnt. Indiiinniolls,
THE KEV DISCOVERY
In Chcuiical and Medical f cleuce.
tL
J)r. E. F. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION & COJPOIIID EMIR
T JL T
rtnrlT AT ONT.V f( iT.rTION .T-r miu'
in one mixtuit cf AM. '1UK TW KI.VK
Taluniiln clu piiuuipuls ui Ih.i well knirwo
curatir.' avn-,
nx: Titi-:x3 taii,
TJNKQUAI.Kl. In (Hnughs, Col.ta, CaUrrS,
AailiuiH, Uruu'.'iiiu, ujj cauanmptioe.
CCK1M AVXTIIOXJT TAIT
A rent rol ! In three to six nitm ; and al-o,
1 it VI'J'ALISIMJ, I'UlilFYINO nnd HTI.
Nll7I,ATiNi ilfrota uKn tliu.gauaralafstsui,
is rctnnrkk)lr i riii-ai'loua in all
s:iAc:si or tub ci.ood.
tnclmliuir M iuiiila anil F.ruptions of the akin,
lvsp?imu, bim-nws of tin JJrer and Klduaya.
Heart Disease, ivuil Ouuoral Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES!
ALSO, A
Volatile -Solution cf Tar
For INHAUaTION, without arirlimtini of
EKAT. A rmnarkalpljr VALUAllLkdiia-uvsry.
as thewliolt! uppnatua ran bsvurnad in lh ti
pockut, luuilvutany time fur tliuuuisltllesluas
and posltivuly ruradve use la
All Diseases of (ho HOMF, TIIIIOAT
nd LUHUM.
TUB COMrOUXD'
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
fir use in rnnnoolloa with the ELIXIR TAR,
is a rnniliiiHitiuii nf the TWO meat valuable
ALTKHATIVB Mwlionra known la the l'ro
foiflon. anil nuilsia tins Pill without excautiuii
the vcrj-lii-t ovuroirorpd.
The BOI.U I IoM aud COJirOCND ELIXIR of
Zp aaaLU aJaLxi
ia without doubt the Ileat rarasdj known in
USl'S of
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It laaNprrlfl i for aunh dlsoasoa, and should he '
kept'in tha liuiiwlmlil ot ovprjr family, especially
during those inuniha iu which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to rrnTall. A small (junntltT taVon
daily will prurout(outiautiii those UrriUe
disaasos.
.. Solution and Compound Elixir, $1.00 por Dottle
Volatile Solution for Inhnlntinn. (S.OOper Uos
Tar and Jlonirultu nils, trtcts per box.
'Ceoil for Circular of POSITIVE ClnEM
to your Druggist, or I . )
L. F HYDE .. CO.,
BOLD I'HOFXITRTORS,
110 E, V2d St.) St w l'oi li.
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