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PUBLISHED KVKRT WEDNESDAY BT
J. 77". Bowen,
BDETOB AMD PROPRIETOR '
The blnokborry crop In the immediate violnlty
of till town Is almost harvosted. Price por
quart, 5 conts.
The katydids hiwo commenced tliolr vesper
concerts for tho season. Will frost appear
within bIx woeksV
Sol. Shipley, of Zaloskl, Is still buying old iron
of all kinds. U ho does not visit you, sond for
him and ho will buy your old Iron.
Our friend, K. D. Dodge, of this town, sont us
one dny last week, a lot of very choice apples,
grown on ono' of his farms. Ed. knows some
thing about ral sing fruit, having none.cxcept
tho best.
The Eastward bound Fast Line klllod and
and severely injured 17 mules belonging to
Dan. Will, alout b'clook on Monday morning
last, about two miles west of Zaloskl. Thlrteon
were instantly killed. They were worth from
00 to $80 each. " '
8o mk of tho big boys of our town can't let lit
tle boys alono. Prof. A. B. Gray's little boy
was at the crook, noar the residence of Conrad
Smldth, last Sunday afternoon, when ono of tho
big boys who was present, threw tho little fol
low into the creek a number of timos and al
most drowned him. The big boy paid the Es
quire 110 for the violation of tho law on Monday
morning.
TnK bound volumes of the
laws of Ohio for 1 872, have
been received by W. W.
Belford, Auditor. Those
entitled to copies should call
for them.
Tho following is a List of Letters remaining
InthoPostOftht at MoArthur, on the 1st day
of August, 1872:
Emma Callison, Miss Mattie Ewlng, Mrs. E.
S. Hawk, Rev. IV P. Hamilton, Win. Lefler,
Franklin Loainon, Thomas Malone, C. F. Mar
tindill, Miss Laurie Stewart, 8. Wilcox.
J. N. MCLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Always stop at the American
IIouso when you visit Columbus.
Its Location, opposite the State
House, makes it the most conveni
ent for all to stop. It is being im
proved from time to time and the
clever landlord and smiling clerks
are always ready and willing to at
tend to tho wants and comforts of
all guests.
We publish on the first page of
thia paper the full proceedings of
tho Vinton County Agricultural
Society; to the meeting of the Man
agers. The fair will be held on the
27th and 28th of September. We
trust that the farmers and their
wives and daughters, and every
body elso will begin to think about
tho Fair and look around them to
see what they can exhibit. Let our
people take a great interest in this
matter. ThoPromium List will bo
published Boon.
Tiie New York Jlodical College
for women .vill begin their Tenth
Annual Term of twenty .weeks, at
their new College in Twelfth street,
corner of Second Avenue, on the
15th of October next. For an
nouncements, giving full particu
lars, ndpros, with stamp, the Dean,
Airs C. S. Lozier, M.D., or the Sec
retary, Mrs. C. F. Fells, N". Y.
Wo have the the 10th Annual
Catalogue of the college. In the
list of tho First Course students,
we find the name of Miss Emma
Onderdonk, late of Gallipolis, 0.
A few of the MoArthur Orantttes, npon hear
ing tho discouraging news from North Carolina,
met at the Court House on Monday nlght'to or
ganize a Hiram Grant Club. Hon. H. C. Jones
was caled upon to speak his little piece again-
We were not present to hear It. We are sorry
fttiout it, too. A friend, however, was present
during the delivory of the piece. He hat fur
nished us with an extract from the speech of
our friend Homer. It reads thus t
"Jefferson Davis came out of Fortress Monroe
"for Horace Greelev. And gentlemen, to-aay u.
"E. Lee is in favor 'of Horace Greeley."
What Is the matter with you, Homer t Don't
you know that Gen. R. E. Lee died more than
two years ago ? The news from North Carolina
Is entirely revolutionizing your knowledge of
the past, isn't It f It cannot be considered out
of place for us to advise Homer to say in his
next little spoech that the vlotory in North Car
Qlina shows the Irresistible tendency of the pop
u.lar ourront, and practically settles the Presi
dential eloution. Such remarks In his speeohel
would be both interesting and Instructive to hit
hearers, be they ever so few.
Vabnir House. This House is
the favorite stopping plaoe for the
Vinton county people, when they
visit Portsmouth. The delegation
from this county to the Oouueuttod
last Thursday made their headquar
ters at the Varner, The location
on Front street, opposite the Steam,
boat Landing, is convenient for all
travelers. The Varner is a first-
class house and is kept by the most
oourtoous and pleasant landlord
Col. J. W; Varner. It is convenN
ently arranged throughout; the
rooms airy and commodious, the ta
bles always suppliod with tho best,
with the most attentive waiters,
and in fuct everything about the
House in the finest order, The
kind-hearted landlord makes all
fool at borne. Let all our readers
atop at the Varner when they visit
Portsmouth. When you get off the
cars or boats, inquire for the Var
ner House.
See the card in this paper, '
Are You Going West?
If to. take Our advtco. and purchase your tick
ets over the old reliable and popular Mlsourl
Pacific Railroad' which Is, positively, the only
Lino that runs three Daily Express Trains from
Bt. Louis to Kansas City, and the West I and is
positively', the only Line which runs Pullman's
raUCO oieopers mm uhy Knmmivm lunpeocimiy
..intinra) annlnneil with Millar's Sufatv Plat
form and the pstent Steam liniko, from Bt. Louis
IllKatliUS City r-or mjun. --ni-nuiin, iJMWiniiw
.eavonworth, Atchison, Bt. Joseph, Nebraska,
Clily COUnOll DIHimanu uiiiMih nitmiui oui
For Information In regard toTime Tables, rales
An., to any polntln Missouri, Knn-as, Nebraska,
miOrHHO. I Bill UT 'tlllin II (Hi sii uii vb km .nm
ii ThiimiftiLA vent M Issouri Paoiflo It. E. Col.
uiiilmi, Ohio or, K. A.Ford, General Passenger
Agues, St. Louis, mo
No troubla to Mftt question I
Quite & tragedy occurred
five miles east of Xenia Friday
morning week, on the road
leading to Jamestown. A dif
ficulty had existed for some
time between two colored men
residing in that vicinity, one
named Allen, nbout seventy
years old, the other named
Grant, aged about fifty. The
difficulty, it seems, arose out
of some jealousy harbored by
Grant against Allen, with a
woman as ttie exciting cause.
High words took" place be
tween the parties Thursday,
and on Friday Grant started
to mill, and put a loaded gun
in the wagon with him. Arri
ving at Allen's house he found
the latter in a field near by,
and commenced a quarrel.
Not many words had passed,
when Grant raised his gun,
fired at Allen and lodged a
bullet in his head, killing him
almost instantly. Grant then
drove on to mill and afterward
returned home.
The Postmasters of Vinton
county value the New York
Times, the Grant paper, highly.
Hundreds of copies of the
Times come to this county, and
as n matter of necessity are dis-
cnouiea gratuitously among
doubtful voters. Who pays for
these copies of the Times? Do
the Grant rost Masters of poor
little Vinton county have to
toot the subscription bill lhe
Times is edited by an English
man, named Jennings, who has
resided in this country almos
three years, and is yet a sub
ject of Her British Majesty.
Let those who read such a
journal remember this.
Common Pleas Judge.
John T. Moore, Esq., of Wa
verly, the nominee for Judge
of this District, ;is on of the
leading members of the bar in
Pike county. He has been
rrosecuting Attorney of that
county for several years, has a
strong legal mind, and is pos
sessed of qualifications that em
inently ht him for the bench.
His prospects for election are
[Portsmouth Times.
Wine.
New Castle, Pa., Feb., 17.
I take pleasure in recommending
your Port Grape Wine as a medic
inal Wine. .
1 have also heard it favorably
spoken of by eminent physioians of
Philadelphia when I was attending
lectures there.
Very respectfully yours,
JNO. WOOD, M. D.
Alfred Speer, Esq., Passaic.
The signature of Alfred Spoer,
Passaio, N. J., is placed over the
cork of each bottle, to prevent fraud
anb counterfeiting. The winea &c,
are for sale by Druggists.
MAZJIS
VEGITAEII SICILIAN
HAIR-
RENEWER.
Is the best articlo known to pre
serve the hair. It will positively
rostore Gray Hair to its original
color and promote its growth..
It is an entirely new soientiflo
discovery, comblniqg many of the
most powerful and restorative
agents in tho vegetable kingdom.
It makeB the hair smooth and
glossy, and does not stain .the skin.
It is reoommended and used by the
first rnedloat authority, ,
For sale by druggists. Price
$1.00. E. P. HALL & CO., Pro
prietors, Nashua, N. H.
Timx and enlightened experience
have shown that certain aubstanoea
formerly used and relied on in med
ical practioe, are unnecessary and
dangerous; yet some of these sub
stances have found their way into
medical compounds. " Da. Walk
eb's California Vinegar Bitters,
however, contain nothing injurious,
being composed of exclusively veg
etable substances from California.
For all disorders-of the liver, kid
neys bladder, skin, and digestive
organs, and for purifying the blood,
they are the most wonderful rem
edy known. il .
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson'a.
LOOK HERE, 12VERY-BODY!
Call at Gvnwnq'b- Drito Stork, In Will's
Building, and see those Flue Oil Falntltiga,
Chroinos, Photographs, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are for sale very cheap. They
are so boautlfull
Alfred Speer, Esq., Passaic. MARRIED.
" On the Sd of August, 1914, In MoArthur, Mr.
Z. 1. Wiooinr, of Bloom! ugvllle, and Mrs.
Oathakimb-AbbT, of MoArthur.
It will be much better for
you to vote for Greeley . for
Presideut; and for Nash
Cangre&a." ' .. . . . .
for
Teacher's institute.
The Vinton County Teacher's
Association, will hold its annual In
stitute at the Union School House
in McArthur, beginning Monday,
Sept. 2d, 1872, and continueing for
one week. .
The services of Prof. Adney, of the
of the Ohio University, has been
secured to give instructions; and
otlior competont teachers will as
sist, Come teachers, lot us have an
Institute still more successful than
those of previous years.
W. W. GIST, Chairman.
W. S. CROW, Sec'y.
of Examiners will bo held Saturday,
Sept. 7th, immediately following
the Institute. '
IPUUMOVAL !
DRUGS!
DRUGS!!
0. T. Gunning has just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
ery, Ac, to his. NEW ROOItl
in Will's New Building, one door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
ou Main Street, where lie will be
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohim their patronage;
His New Boom is really the finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supply o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
liAe equal to any other establishment
in tho country.
He fills presciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers at reason
able rates. If ' you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
jn and examine this one.
For Aver 's Medicines, go toO.
W.Sisson's.
How to Go West.
This is'an enquiry which every
one should havo truthfully answer
ed before he starts on his journey,
and a little care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in many cases
nave much trouble, time and money.
Tho "I. B: & W. Route," running
from Indianapolis through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, has achieved a
splendid reputation in the loBt two
years as the leading Pasnonger
Route to the West. At Burlington
it connects with the great Burling
ton Route which runs direct thro
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and
Kansra, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from Vinton
County, on their way westward,
can not do better than to take the
I. B. b W. and Burlington Route.
This line haspubliihed a pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains tnuoh valuable infor
mation; a large correct map of the
Great West, whloh can be obtained
free of charge by addressing the
General Passenger Agon B. & M. ft.
R., Burlington, Iowa.
ForFinePerfumery, go. to Sis
son's Drag PtorA.
Christian Union Basket Meeting
—AT—
Foreman's Grove, near McArthur,
—ON—
SATURDAY & SUNDAY,
August 24th and 25th, 1872.
There will be a Basket Meeting
at Mas. Elizabeth Foreman's
Grovo, three miles north of MoAr
thur, on the Logan Road, on Satur
day and Sunday, August 24th and
25th, whloh will be under the charge
of Elder Joseph Anthony of Athena
county and Elder Thomas Cline of
Monroe county. , Elders G. W.
Piloher, D. Y. Benjamin, G. W.
Gulp, Joseph Nichols and all other
ministers are invited to be present
and assist in the services. All the
members and friends of the Church
are invited to attend the meeting.
The grove ' is a most pleasant
plaoe for holding the meeting.
To Teachers.
. Editor Enquirer- The teachers
in the vioinity'of MoArthur will
please call on me and express their
intention to attend the Institute by
signing tne petition to procure
funds.
J. S. HUHN.
Five Hundred Thousand.
500.000 Bottles of Greene's
August Flower has been oold ; in
this State in three months. We on
ly ask you to go to the drug stores
of Gunning or Sisson, McArthur,
O., and get a Bottlo Free of charge,
or a regular size at 75 cts, Every
Bottle warranted to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Siokheadache,
Costiveness, Heartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and all disoase caus
ed by Impure Blood, or deranged
and Livor. it.
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
Columbus, O.
Wanted.
r ALK ANl FKMALEHnslnoss uloasunt,
VI i .... .. i...t... n.un nnv enternrltie In the
nl.l. A geiil nmko fnnn 14 to pr ljr. HeuU
stump for sample and particulars. Address J.
LATHAM ", WUBiiiun i """""
Agents
Notice.
T8 hereby given that an application nas mea
JL nmi 10 to ms r.xiwiienoy, -
Btateof Ohio, praying for' the panton of 1 enrv
Kllllo, who is now Imprisoned I" " Ohio I'enf.
hlmat tiio June Term of tfie Oi'irt of Unmion
I'leas, in and for the County of Vinton and Mate
of Ohio, for tho year IBM, upon 'harge of Ar-
son, lor which no whh ihmh i ? -
vioUt said Term of said tjurt.
i, .j.. ... .
D. B. SmvEi,, Attorney. :
AnioiBt 1, iw,. itw
Road Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby (riven that a Petition will
be presented to the Commissioners of Yin-
ton County at their next sossum, w.
the first Monday of September, A. 1. 1911 pray
in for tho altoratlon of the Johnson ami Uein
lnir Hoad, leading from a point in the MoArthur
anil Athens Koa.P, went of 1'ratUville, to a point
in the MoArthur and Znleskl Koad at the Duo
kle School House, in said County of Vinton, as
follows, to-wit: Ilegiiiulng at point in said
road east of the track of the Mariotla and Cin
cinnati Kallroad; thence runniun "
.. u..il..i i.l. il.nl(nnnr Hiilil rHllmRll
track, on the lands of Isaac Bry, about twenty.
' . . . . Hi.dt aim... tli.Mi.
nve rous to a mime; hiuihju
rods, at which point Intersects the i track of i he
old road. MANY PETITION KKS.
AngnstT.IBTi. 4W
Road Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a petition will
be liresenl'pd to the Commissioners of Vin
ton County, Ohio, at their next regular atiuu.
In September, 1H72, praying for the alteration i of
the County leading lrom the McArthur and a
hwkl Hoail, lit the School House in Sub-district
No. 1, to the McArthur and Nelxonvllle Uoad,
near the house formerly ownod by John Kocton,
in Klk Township, Vinton County, as follows, to
wlt: Commencing near the southeast corner of
Url M. Green's land"; thence to the southwest
corner of John D. VandwlbrdirJand
south some ninety rods between said Vandorford
. s i.. r..i i.l ' ln.lc tn ihn fiwifc nf
the hill on tho west side Collins' Branch; thence
in a soutneastei i v uirecuun w uiwimi "w -Arthur
and Zalcakl Road aboutthirty rods west
-0 ...I.l u..1.n..l II. ...a.. nn.l tliMM. l Mll.l. nAifl
petition also asks for the vacation ol the old
r .. . .i . .k. ...hnnl 11 .in a a
roau iroin me avuriiug puiu. v V...,.r
aloresail URI M. GltEKK,
Principal Petitioner.
August T, 1H72. 4vr
MARIETTA COLLEGE,
Marietta, Ohio.
The next term begins Aug. SO. In tho Acad
emy students are prepared for collego or -for
business. The institution has one ot the largest
libraries In tho country, good iiuinungs, exten
sive and well selected nppuratus, able uud expe
rienced instructors. The attendance the last
year was larger than ever before. Worthy stu
dents needing It are aided. .i:u'n.tJl1l08uo9
apply to the President, 1. W. ANDBLWS.
Wert, 0., Female Semiiiary.
This widely-known School affords thorough
Christian education, at a cost of littlo more than
5 a week; one-fourth ofT for clergymen. The
87th session (0 weeks) opens Sept. 11th. lhe
address of all former pupils is requested. A
grand ro-union at the close of the next year.
Send for particulars to liEV. CHARLES C.
BEATTY, 1). IX, L. L. D., Sup't, or ltKV. A. M.
RJCID, Ph. D., Principal.
jrjDGEIIILL MILITARY SCHOOL,
MerehantTllie, ri. J.,
Four miles from Philadelphia,
(formerly located at Princeton, N. 8.,)
Rov. 8. N. HOWELL, A. M., Principal.
Forty-fourth Annual Term begins Sept. 10th.
Send for Circular.
A. WELLINGTON HART & CO.,
AIMU8TEHS CrF CLAIMS
For Insolvents and Bankrnpta
118 LKOXARfl ST., NEW YORK.
MV-Roforenc.es of hiorhost character. Semi
for Circular. .
Agents Wanted for Chamberlln'g Great
Campaign Book. THR
STRUGGLE OF 72:
A Novelty in Political and Popular Literature.
A Graphic HiRtorvof tho Rciiuhlicnn and Dem
ocratic Parties: a rncy sketch of the so-called
liberal Kupuiiucan rarty ; an insuie view 01 tue
Cincinnati Convention. Tho minor tickets or
BIDK 8H0W8 of the cainpnign. The nnest iiius
trntoil Book Published. A BookwiMa4 by ev
ery Amorlcan citizen. To secure torritory at
once, send SI foroutllt. UNION PUBLISHING
CO., 105 Twenty-second St., Chicago, 111.
CAMPAIGN
Thirty new and beautiful
deslgiiB. (let Price List of
MDGES.
T. C. Richards & Co,,
M'fn, 47 Murray St. N. Y
Brilliant Colors and Best
Black in Six Cord Thread.
J. & P. COATS'
BEST--
SIX-OORD IN ALL NUMBEBS,
jrrom to iuu inoiusiva.
rot
Hani and MacUno Sewing.
4
CTUftJl A Popham'a Asthma Specific
O I nlVlrtl Is wsrrsnted to relieve the worst
oou In ten minutes, and by persevering In lis
use effect a ounr For sale by all Druggists
or sent by msll, post psld, on receipt of ONI
DOLLAR. Andrew T. POP H AM A CO., Phil'
Brtel phis, Ps.
GENTS Wanted. Agents make more ra-on
M ey at work for us than at anything elso.
Bnsinesa light and permanent) particulars
Tree. u. btinhuh s uo., r n4 Jin ruonvttn,
t-ortiHnq. sinine,
$1000
REWARD
For any case of Blind, Blee
ding. Itching. orUlcerated
Piles that 1)1 BlNaS) PlLK
IUmidv falls to oure. It It
nrenared exDresalv to cure
the Piles, and nothing else. Bold by all drug-
guta. rricofi.
CONSUMPTION gjSgi CURED.
CONSUMPTION cSS CURED.
CONSUMPTION iSi CURED.
BY PROMPTLY USING
WINCHESTER'S
OEXUIXE A CHEMICALLY PURE
HYP0PH0SPHTES.
The greatest Medico-Chemical Discovery of the
ago. we guarantee it to oe a prompt, certain
and permanent cure for CONSUMPTION,
BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, NERVOUS AND
PHYSICAL DEBILITY. LOSS OF8TKK:
VIGOR AND APPETITE. PARALYSIS,
RALUIA, DYSPEPSIA, SCROFULA, ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM A 1'ISKAUED
AND IMPURE CONDITION OF THE BLOUD,
'n neraiin can take Winchester's IIvDODhoe.
phltee according to directions, and Willi proper
care and nursing, remuin unwell. To the well
t is Invaluablu aa a means- of preserving the
health against the attacks of disease. During
an experience of 10 years more than 100,000 casus
or consumption nuve ueen couipiuuiiy ummi uy
It. Do you wnut to bo cured? Take our advice.
Ilia this celebrated Remodv Immediately. Mow.
now 1. the time, during the mild Summer
weather, when the patient Is under the most fa.
vorable atmospherlo condition. Do not delay,
Your life Is at stake I It may be lavedl
CONSUMPTION
CONSUMPTION
CONSUMPTION
CAN BH
niinrn
CAN BE UUnCUi
CAN BE CURED.
CAN BE CURED.
One Dollar per Bottle.
Send for ou r Circular.
Sold by all Druggists.
J. WINCHESTER A CO., Chemlitl
88 John 8L, New York,
MBA
The Chemistry of Divine Providence has
neVor nnulm-jiil u mlnnral wntiir which com
bines In such perfection the qualities of anti
bilious tonic and cathartlo medicine, as that of
the HoiunrHna: and T Alt RANT'S KriTKilVKS.
CENT SKLTElt APERIENT is tho artificial
equivalent of that great natural remedy.
HOLD 11 V ALL DRUUGIBTS.
dftOK TO 4100 PElt WEEK made easy by
p4u any ladv. 80,01X1 sold In six months. The
most wonderfully rapid telling article ever In
vented for married or single ladies' use. No fe
male can do without It. Durable, elegant, cheap,
and what has always been wanted, and always
will. Profit large. Rights for sale. Lady agent
can make fortunes. SUndnrd articles. Circu
lars free. Address Mrs. MOHUAN, 14 Fulton
ow, fiew i orx. r. u. juox man.
Y 0
Are invited to call and examine the large stock of
NEW AND'SEASONABLE GOODS,
Just received at the
OLD CORNER STORE
OF
Among the many beautiful Goods to be found there we may
mention a
A FULL AND FRESH LINE
OF
iSff
m
Comprising Handsome Patterns in
Japanese Cloths,
Japanese Stripes,
Lawns, Piques,
Percales, Grenadines,
Ginghams, Lustres,
lilack Silk, Cretonnes,
Prints, Dolly Varaens, &c,
Bleached and Brown Muslin, Tickings, Checks, Cottonadcs, Joans, Casslmercs, Shawls, White
Bed Quills, Napkins, Tnblo Damask, Towels, Crush,
. , .j..., Swiss,, jaconet, aa., i&c. ., .
THE BEST & LARGEST STOCK
A NEW LOT OF FANS ALL STYLES! Novelties In Nock-tlos. Bows, Collars, Gloves and Ho
siery I Ladles Kids, all colors and qualities I Laces, Edgings, Trimmings, and
FANCY GOODS IN
We are making
and have a good Stock constantly on lumd of all Styles and Qualities; also a fine line of Boots
Shoes and Huts!
CHOICE FmSH GROCERIES!
AT
PRICES THAT CAN NOT
Sugars,
Coffee,
Rice,
Fish,
Buckets,
' Brooms,
Teas,
Bacon,
Lard,
Tubs,
A.T PBICES LOWER THA.r EVEE-
We are determined to sell REGARDLESS of PRICES, and
Sink the Corks to the Bottom,
FOR CASH OP. PROMPT PAYING CUSTOMERS I
No Trouble to Shoio Goods. You are invited to call and see Us when
You come to Townll
We are receiving NEW GOODS EVEBY WEEK
AT
Bottom
"The OLD CORNER STORE," Main St., McArthur, O.
U !
OF NOTIONS IN THE COUNTRY I
GREAT VARIETY
a specialty of
FAIL TO BE POPULAR!
Baskets,
Sirups,
Cigars, ,
IvJiisins,
Madder.
N. O. Molasses
Tobaccos,
Candies,
Indigo,
Logwood,
c&O.,
and you will always find the Latest Novelties
Prices I
I tot wist to oar ALL tottb
SrniBoniBitoB thb REAL. ESTATE
REGISTER, rirraBORoa,PA. (Weeiy
40 Columns: il.oo a vear). Sumple copy froe.
THE
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A Leading
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Commercial
ArfD
I" It contnlns striklnpr editorial comments,
A varloty of Mlsepllaneoiis Matter, Special Tcle
egrams, and all the Foreign and Domestic News,
received by the Associated Proas, and having a
large and dally Increasing circulation, It is ono
of the best Advertising Mediums in tho Coun
try. TERMS)
Dally, In advance $0 00 per annum.
Weekly.. 160 "
SOF Specimen copies sont gratis on application.
Address,
WELCH, TAYLOR & CO.,
100 Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md.
DENTISTRY.
H
'A.VINO been engAged In tho study and
n.nnllna rt I In n ti: t fr. 0 ftai.n vo.rt nml
a local pmctloner in Juckion for six years, and
having availed iriysoll of all the
Modem Improvements in Dental
Solenoe,
I would respectfully say to the rltlions of
MOArtnur ami virinuy mni i am iiiuy pro in r
ed to msnipulatoall tho various hranclios or the
sclonce. Frlcos as low as the lowest, work as
good as thr beat, Peraona coming from
r distanco wishing to remain until their work
la done will be enter talned at my private rosl.
donee free.
ETHER SPRAY And ELECTRICITY
Used in extracting tenth, rendering their ex
traotlon comparatively paiuless, A female at
tendent Always oa hand to wait upon ladles.
Give me a call.
S.T. B0QQESS, Dontlst.
May 18, 1871-ly .Tsck-nn, O.
19 the BKST and CI1KA PEST Independent
Family Newspaper published. It contains
FonTT-HOHT ooluinna of reading realtor, la
printed In the neatest stylo, on fine, white pa
per, and pubhJhed at the low price of tl A
year, and
EVERY SUBSCRIBER
Bacelves a Doavtlfnl Chrome, worth the
Bionay Invested, thus receiving a riABf-OliAia
Wsekly Mewspaper
FOR NOTHING!
IQTSend On Dollar for a year's Sub
acrlptlon, tad Toss Cent for posjuge on the
Chrstmo to the Star PabllaUlaf Com
9Tt Claosall, O,
THE NEWDlSCOVLiiV
In Chemical and Medical Bcltmoo.
Dr. E. F. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
OF
III J "D
mJLm waCsdrs saJsUassf
FIRST AND ONLY 80I.TITION ever made
in one mixture of ALL, THE TWELVE
Tf.luf.ulit Active priuiupHli of the well knows
ourative agent,
riSJZ TUEH TAB,
UNEQUAL liL In Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Aitlimn, lironcliitis, and oonsumption.
CtJREB WITHOUT XPATL.
A recent cold In three to sis knurs i Aid also,
hy Its V1TALIRINO, PUBIFXINO and BTI
MULATINO elTeeta npon th general system,
is remarkably f tfinarious in all
DISEASES Or THE BLOOD.
Including ttcrotula and Eruptions of the akin,
Dyspepsia, Diseases of th tirer and JUdaeyr,
Heart IJiseaae, and (leneral JJeMliy.
ONE TRIAUCONVINCESI
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, without application of
HEAT. A remarkably VALUABLk discovery,
as the whole apparatua can be earned In the vest
pocket, readv at any time for the BeeteOsetual
and poeltively euraiive use in
All Diseases of the NOSE, TIIBOAT
ana LVNCi.
TEB COMPOUND
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
for use in connection with the ELIXIR TAR,
is a combination of tke TWO meet valuable)
ALTERATIVE Medlolnes known la the Pro
fession, and renders this Pill without exoeptien
ihe verv best ever offered,
'he SOLUTION and C0UP0UXD UTrrnt ot
JL IE?;
la without doubt tbe Best remedy known la
oases of .
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It ia a Rpeciflo for such disease, and should be
kept in the household of every family, etpeoUJly
during those menths ia which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to nrsvall. A am-.ll on.ntlt iVi
dally will prevent contracting thaew terrible
diseasos.
Solution and Cempound Kllilr, f 1.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Initiation, AJ.OOpet Beat
Tar and Uaadrako Pills, Mota par bos.
Send for Circular of POSITIVE! CDM1
to your Druggist, or to
L. Fe HYDE Ss CO..
bold PHopaiiTOaa,
110 E. 82d St., Xno York. .
WHEttE TO EMIGRATE !
Wennswor, go to the Southwest Missouri,
bociimo th J Atlnntlo A Paoiflo Railroad Go,
offer l.iUlO.OOO AorosofLand to actual settlors,
at low pries on long credit, besides furnishing
free transportation over their ro Ad to purchai
ers this rondo tends from bt. Lotili, through
Missouri to Vinltia, Indian Territory, Is being
pushed rapidly to Its destination, the Paoiflo
Coastiwlllbe ont of th trunk lines of Us
country, no vor blockaded by snow tho lands
along the road aro In a rich fertile oountry, aa
Eroduotl v as any In tho State; the oil mate oom
Inea all theadvantaiias of northern anil south
em lutltudust geod ollmate.soll, health, water,
llmbor, grnalng, fruits and flowors, Invite) yon
to go to this region. For further information
addrnsa A TUCK. Land Oom'r, 6113 Walnut
trees, smuis, mv . , is-ty
HOri Mom'" ""y "Sle with
W4tncll and Kcv-Olieek Ul...
cure Circular, and Samples, fit. S. M, bFKRcaa
Dimiiciniiu, ,i,
RARE CHANCE fOR AGLNTS.
AUKNTS, we win psy yon $40 r week (In ch
II you will engage with us at oho. Everything
furnished and expensiiejuild. Adilrees
r. A. EUjti ft CO.' Uh.rliitt Mich.
AGENTS WANTED m&?pMu
trtted with Steel ngraving. Soiling Uraely.
Thia volnme conUlne brief sketches of the most
oruu in.uv nomoii oi History. S. M.BKTrs CO..
Cliiclniintl,). vw,,
'PSYCHOMACY. OB SOUL CHAIIM"-'
I INO. " How either sex msy gsln the love and
sfTeotlons of any person they chouse, Insisntly.
Thtssimple meul.l acquirement sll c.n nnuou. rrxn
hy well for 25 cents, roptother with s murrlnin suldo '
fcgypllan Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladles," ew. A
oueer, exciting book. 100 00(1 sold. Add2css.T.
WILLIAM A CO. Publishers. Phllsdelohls.
A RE NTS WANTED for our 1882 0AMFAI0H
HUr.ll I d MANUAL, a book of tbe tune, for all
n.rlla. 111.... . . ..u n ...
r . . niuBiiniuu, vino Ageui huio civ la lores
liSVS. Also, fnr f.lfA .nil Tima. nf Vru.IH.nl rt.n
by Hou. J. T. Hesdley. Splendid Btecl Portrait of
Oroelcy, also of Grant. $800 a month made soiling
the r.bove.
E. B. TREAT, PoblUhor, 805 Brosdwsy, N.T.
I AXJENTS WANTED
For GOODSPEED'S
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN .
B00K.
The great work of the year. Prospoctus, Post
pain. 70 cts. Anlnrtnen6esii1fiirn.raniior.il. Al
so for my CAMPAIGN CHARTS and NEW
MAPS. J, W. UOODSPEE1), Chicago. Clncin
nsti, orSt. Louis.
HOOK AGENTS
Now stork, or looking for sonio Book, will
mlM 11 ir thatf .1a nn, . .. f 1 i
..."j - ..uv uikci wiuu iur uiruuinra ill
the best selling book published. Extrsotdlnsry In.
iiiiccimenisonerea', 1'rnnts more then rlouhle money.
w..v .,, auuinn I, Ml. XL r. E. if . IHU r,icnin Bt..
New York. '
AGENTS WANTED-for lhe Lives of
GRANT! GREELEY !
WILSON BROWN!
And the le&dlns mun nf all nurtum t ja
Steel portralta. Just the book wanted hy the
masses eTrery whore. Agents meet with wonderful
success. Send fur Circular and secure terrltorr si
mm. Ailrnu ZKIOT.VP . UArMDnv inn fa
Street, Oincinnsti, Ohio. '
AGEiNTS WANTED ! !
For the livest book en the Jar west ever written
Buffalo Land,
By W E. WEBB. Just ready. The mysteries and
inarvelsi ol the mighty plains fully ,d truthfully
described. Overflowing with wit snd humor The
AppendlB a Oompleio Gnido for Sportsmen and
J-inip-ants. OverFlfly striking Illuatrotlons of the
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territory at once, ss this is the greatest cesnco for
Ilh ?f ' Publt8br, Cinolnnstl, O., or Chicago
n'S!'MP"tnt.hM'utDe"Knl M- HAM
51 Np 'n Improved Brick Kiln. This Kiln Is
oliesp durable snd simple in eonstructlon. Burns
DrlOK (With WAitti A all l,.J .. J i
formlncoiir. -.-.Uu nearly uni
i y,1.1! "Vo tnreo fouHhs of the fuel as now used by
Ola If I In. Ki MinriMtai.J ........ . . .
clisrged daily, thus perpetually at work, regnrdleii
Of W nd or Wmtlinr S..J m i . ' t'""""
.M. HAMILTON, So. 8 Bonth Gsy St., Baltimore.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
For Coughs, Colds nd norseness.
Hm -iii u i".o!iii.iiie aciu inuomnina
tlon with other efficient remedies, in a popular
DiHoises r60f U TUBOAT and LWO
HHmfl"lIHa n .1 T T t .. .... . m
?IS..m'?,e'liafoly relicveil, and statements are
Constant V he nir ivnt lnll, n....i. f .r" .
nT?5 difllcultics of years standing.
I I II IN '"" v "oucccivou uy worth
Vi.14V,-,l.ef"' -"'ItsUons. Get only
inw''A0 X,'!le,9- I'ricosiieeuta per Box.
Sond for tirculnr. Solo Aircnt iortho ir. s.
t Mw
KENNEDY'S Ilemloek Plaster Price, 85 o
Hemlock Ointment, Price 60 c.
. T'le proprietor has sncceedcdl in
-?ffi ntilliing the mvdicinnl properties
uunuiiiieii in me Ui r-itcn ana
iltesin of the Ilcmlock Tree, and
obtained a valunhlo prepsratlonlto
m Hi.iiwn Hnnm'tnr piaster lop
rhcuiuntlsni, Croup, Pain or sore
ness ofthonaok.Uiest or Stom
ach, Piles Salt Rheum, 8curvy,
Sores, Ulcer Bunions, Sore Corns,
Frost Bites, Chilblains, Sore Nip
plcs& II roasts, Itlngworms, Cha
HngandSkin diseases of Inflam
matory nature.
JOHN D.PARK.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
HORSEMEN nso Hemlnok Ilnlmenti curei
wit Hlld nvaa nf A II I ufiiir i rW i.., '
Fool
it Is not a nlivsio whleli muv irivetBiiiDurarv
roficf to tho sufferer for the Hirst few doses, but
which, from continued use brings Piles and
kindred diseases to aid in weskcning the Inve
nt!, nur is ltauortorea liquor, wnicii. unuortne
popular name of "Bitters' la ao extensively
palmed off on thepublloas sovereign remedies,
but it is a most puwekpul Tonic and altera-
Tive, pronounced so by the leading medical au
thorities of London and Pails, and has been
long used by the regular physicians of other
oountriet with wonderful remedial results.
Dr. Wells' Extract oi Jum'
retains all the medical .virtues peoullarto the
f limt and must be taken as a wonderful cura
ive agent.
Is there want of action In yor liver and
spleen? Unless rolleved st once, the blood be
comes trncure bv deleterious secretions. Drodu-
slog scrolulons or skin diseases. Blotches, fel
ons. Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ao., do.
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purify and re
store the vl tilted blood to healthy action.
Have you a Dyepeptlo Stomach? Unless
digestion la promptly aoded the system isdebil
listed with loss. of vital force, poverty of the
Blood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weakness
or Lassitude.
Take It to assist dlgestlen with reaction, It
will Impart youthful vigor to the wenry sufferer.
Have you a weakness of the Intestines
You are In danarer of Chronic Dlarrhooa ortha
dreadful Inflammation of tbe Bowels.
Take It to allay irritation and ward off ten
dency to Inflammations
Have you a weakness of the Uterine or
Urinary Organs? You must procure lastant
relief or you are liable to suffering worse than
death..
Take it to strenschen organic weakness or
life becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
the system In perfeot health or you are other-
lYi-o in great maiuriai, miaemauoorcontagious
diseases.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt Bt., New Tork,
Sole Agent for the United Btates.
r rice per Bottle, send tor circular.
St
EveryMan his ownPhysiciakc
OATJTIOIT.
TUR Immense dementi for Hallowsy's Pills and
Ointment, bss nvinntetl onpriiiolpli'il parties to
oounterfplt Ihece vnliiable medicines. In nrtler to
protiwt the public and ourselves, we have leaned a
new"TradoMark,''eonslntlngof Kiryptlanelre leof a "
serpent, with tho letter H In the centre, Kverrbox
ofllallnway'e Pills and Olnlmente will have this
trsde mark on It; none are genuine without It.
N, Y. CUSMIOAL Co., Sole Proprlrtom,
It Maltlea Une.Now Tork.
JonM I). Task, Olaolnnetl, Ohio, Bole Agent for .
theHule. -ly
ON MARRIAGE. Happy Relief for Yoxng
Mn front thecflectH or Krrora and Abuses
in early life. Manhood restored. Nervous
debility enroll. Impediment to Marriage re
moved. New method of t icntinent. Now and
remarkable remedies. Rooks and Circulars
sent free, In sealed envelopes.
Address HOWARD A SHOOIATION, No.
8 South V lath it., rhilAUslplila.PA, ttf
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