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l)c (Enquirer.
J. W. BOWES, Editor.
McArthur, Aug. 14. 1873
Bingham's Downfall.
John A. Bingham, the mur
derer of Mrs. Suratt, an inno
cent woman, was defeated for
re-nomination for Congress, in
tho Sixth District Republican
Convention, held at Bellaire,
July 31st. The final vote,
7th ballot, stood 53 for Bing
ham to 55 for Capt. Lorenzo
Danford, of St. Clairsville.
Thus is the infernal reprobate
shelved at last, in spite of his
abject cringing and fawning to
the Grant Dynasty.
Every man and woman in
the whole world, with the in
stincts ot humanity, and a
knowledge of this cruel wretch
ed Bingham's conduct in the
case of poor, old, decrepit, in
nocent Mrs. Suratt, hanged in
chains by a military commis
sion controlled by this mur
derous, lying scoundrel, eve
ry humane man and woman
will rejoice p.t his downfall and
overthrow. . ' '
' Capt. Danford, his successful
competitor, while a Republi
can, is, we are assured, a good-
[Zanesville
Signal.
On Tuesday evening, Sept.
10, a half fair excursion train
will leave Parkersburg Tand
Marietta for Omaha and re
turn, via M. & C. and Burling
ton Railways, giving all par
" ties who wish to emigrate a
fine chance to prospect along
the lines of the Burlington and
Missouri River and the Union
Pacific railways, where lie some
of the choicest farming and
mineral lands in the world, to
be had at prices ranging from
?2 to 10 per acre, or ' the al
ternate sections of Government
lands can be pre-empted ' free.
It is a fine opportunity to se
lect a future home in the Great
West. Round trip tickets,
good for thirty days, will be
placed on sale from Parkers
burg and Marietta $32.75,
from Cincinnati 25 75. For
further particulars address D.
B. Caddy, Southern Agent U.
P. R. It. Co. Cincinnati, Ohio.
1'resiaenc urant caueu a
Cabinet meeting for last
Wednesday two weeks, and
the magnates gathered in the
nauonai curiosity snap, duc tne
President failed to put in an
appearance. Finally a tele
gram was set to Long Branch
where His Excellency was en
gaged in the refreshing occu
pation of enjoying a cigar and
keeping cool. But he was
willing to go to
up
vYasnmiriaui
in case there was business
or
importance I And there are
excellent Republicans who
can't understand why Liberals
object to Grant. Many can
understand why aarge major
ity of the people of North Car
olina are opposed to Grant.
Samuel A. Nash, was nonii'
nated for Congress last week,
by the Liberal Republicans of
the. 11th District. He was
subsequently endorsed by the
Democracy and will doubtless
ba elected. . Mr, Nash liveg in
Gallipolis, and has always boom
a leading Republican, but be
had to yield to honest Horace
and reform. The Convention
[Marietta
Times.
The latest reports insure us
the Hocking Valley Railroad
will be extended from Colum
bus to Toledo, and work will
be commenced soon as quick
as ono of the three routes shall
bo decided upon. This will
give us an outlet to the great
pine country of Michigan, and
will aho furnish us a new; mar
[Atherns Messenger.
Notice to Quit.
tn North Carolina Grant and
his family, his relations, . his
fast horses, his bull pups, and
all his thieves have been noti
fied to quit. Well done, North
Carolina!
It is'.not a year since John
A. Logan charged that, at, the
battle of Pittsburg Landing,
Grant "was so blimd grunk that
heoould not lie, down decent
ly." Logan now supports
Grant for reflection.
NOTICE
To Stockholders of the Gallipolis, McArthur
and Columbus R. R. Company.
VOU nro hereby notiilod .to moot at ' Oftico
js ol ine company ... . r.
for tho piiriioso of consider iia; tho q oatl on
selling to (iallipolU TowiiBhiii t hut part oil
lino o? vour Wlroad lnylnK 1" the Townsli
Ualliiiolls. amr for tho trausautlon of any otl
tho t Uayot '!'tom& J J",-h- VJii.mo
t purtof tli
Ualliiiolls, uml for tho trausautlon of uy otlior
tiMlltlltl Illttt 111 II V IU IMWnn-'i
Uv Order of tho Kxeeutlvetommlttoo.
J) Ul WM.BHOB Kit, Secretary.
July at, 1873.
ROAD NOTICE.
XTOTICE Is hereby given that s potltion will
(X IT- ....lt.tt.a minrtt of A lu-
ton countv, Oliio. at their next regular session
In ScptomW, lKIi, praying lor the establish.
t ........ iinn.X lit Knnr And llrown
lliuill, a vuim.j "u ,
Townships, to commence and end as lollows,
'iinnlnB ,at a county road ."jdlM .ftsm
County, at G. It. Bell's gate; thonco in a Nort h-
...:V.. .it..,.,..;.... ,)in.i.rti lim.U owned bv sail
G. It. Bell, Hlchey's hoirs, Israol Cbcssor, Wni,
8. JUcWIIortor, Jonn jjiihuu uu
Whorter to a StiKftr trOo in front of the School
House In Bub-District No. 8, In Knox lownsnip
- ... .nni,1ir lit MW'Tinn 111 mil II
lands owned bv J. li. Martin, Douglas Putnam,
ingfrom Athens to C.nHhere toter-
July 81, 1H73. AT. L
HAVEN'S AMERICAN
Older Mills !
WILL GIVE THE GREATEST l'KODUCT
with thnl.Mist luhor.
l'rico no greater than is demanded for other
Mills claiming to ho llrst class.
If in need ofa Hill it will pay you to write ns
Dolor purchasing any otner man mo am &ki
CAN.
JSfcjy Sec that our name is on 1U
JAS. L. HAVEN & CO.,
No. 50 Plum Street.
. Cincinnati, Ohio.
RADWAY'S EEADY BELIEF
Cures the worst pains in frtm One to
Tioenty Minutes
Not one hour after rendliiR this advertisement
neon any one sutler witu pain.
RAD WA YS READ Y RELIEF
IS A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. IT WAS THE
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY TAIN" REMEDY
That instantly stops themost excruciating pain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CURES
CONGESTIONS,
Whether of tho Lungs, Blomacli, Itowels, or
tho glands anil organs, by ono application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or exemciatinjr the
1 n.iLiltl. Amir, l.n.l t...1hm
1HIK1, .lunumn.iui imrtiuui;.!, xi.i.itii.
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralgic, or pros tinted
with dmcaac, inuy sudor,
Radway's Iteatly Relief
Will, in from ONE TO TWENTV minutks, afford
east and comfort, and this nieiliclnu, so rapid in
stopping puin, can bo purchased Fifty Cents
per liouio ut aimosi every uruggiHt'ii anil coun
try merchant's store on this continent, and
within one hour's distance of almost evory hab
itation in the United States.
JillEUMATlSM AND NEURALGIA. '
IlllEtWATlSM AND NEURALGIA.
If thoso who nro now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the cause mny he, or by what name
It Is called if external, npiily ItADWAVa
Ready Relief to tho part of the body where
tne pain is prencnu it internal, m drops, inu
ted in water, us a drink. Whether Cramos.
Spasms, Inflammation. Congostion, Asiatic
cnoicra, iiiuisHiKi r ever, mo most violent, ex
cruciating mid tortutlng pains will bo stopped
in irom one iu twenty luinuwft,
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Eata:
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THK BLADDER,
Laaiu&iiufl r iiie.iiuvvii.lb,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT HREATHINO,
I'AM'ITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA.
CATARRH, INFLUENZA,
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE,
NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM.
COLD, CHILLS. AGUE CHILLS.
The until cat on of tho READY RELIEF to
the nnrt nr inirtA whorn t.liA nnin ni rlloirmlfv
exists will afford case and comfort. 20 drons
In a half tumbler of wntor will, in a few mo
ments.curo Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn. Sick Headache. Diarrhea. T)vnn.
tory. Colic, Wind In tho Bowels, and nil Inter,
nal l'nins.
Travelers Khould always carry ft bottlo ol
RADWAY'S RELIEF with them. A fowrdropi
in water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is bettor than Frenoh
tfranuy or Hitters ns a stimulant.
FEVER A IV I) AttUE.
FF.VEKANI) AGUK SCORED.
" FEVER AND AGUE CURED
. FOB FIFTY CENTS.
ThorA 111 nnt a .mmmllnl nivAnt In tttA WArM
that will euro FEVER AND AGUF,
and all othor Malarious, Bllloui, Boarbt, Ty
phoid, Yollow and otlior Fevers (aided by
natlways Pllltj.) to Quiolt u Badway'i lle4y
Pityoni. I1AA.1 ...AAh 1... 1 I BA 1. am.
fiosoil to Favor and Aguo, If tlioy will only tak
lADWAY'S Hkaov iiiii.iKP. mill keen theli'iou-
opmwUK lladwty't J'illt. Hundreds ill the
wnunave niiiierro neen nootoring at ine
rate of ono and two hundred dollara for few
months' treatment are keeping themselves and
families free lrom FKVKll aniAOVX, CHILLS
and t'KVt'B, RHEUMATISM, io., for one or
twodollars a year, spent for Radway'l Heady
Relief ami HikI way's Hills (coated).
Tho RKADY RELIEF will ufford ttutant tau
to all. Price onlv BO cents nor bottle..
- N.-'B.i-Heo that every bottle ha an India
Rubber Stopper. Hold at all Druggists, and at
Dr. Railway's office, No, 82 Warren, cor. Ctmroh
Street. New York.
SB. EADWAY'S PERFECT
CUBA.
TIVE FILLS,
- , PERFEGTISI TASTELESS,
Elegantly Coatod with Street Gam,
,UUOi)ltKOULATK. POKIKY. OLKABE AND
BTltENOTUEN.
Radway'a Pills,
FOB TUB CTTHR OP
A IK nMORDEKS OF THE S TO if A Off, 11 VER,
ROWK1A KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS
DISEASES, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION
COSTIVENESS, INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA
BILIOUSNESS, BILIOUS FEVER, INFLAM
MATION OF THE BOWELS, PILES, and all de.
rungumenU of the Internal Viscera.
. Warrants! to Klfcmt a Positive Cure.
1'UKELY VKOKTAIILK, v
OONTAININO NO MEHOUKY, MINERALS OH
UELKTKU10U8 DUUQ8.
HTObior e the following nymptoms result
t;onstlini. (r(JiTg of the Digestive Organs r
lilood In "on, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
Jjftiisea, II'lio iluml, Acidity of tho Htomach,
or WelKlitoiirtluirn. Disgust of Food, Fullness
Hlnkingor in the Htomuch, Hour Kruntatloiu,,
Hwl Flnttorlng at tho l'it of tlioBtomacii.
irpmmlngof tho Iluad, Hurried and Difficult
8IITntlilng, Kluttorlng at the Heart, Choklngor
t ocntlng HensntioiiM wlion In a Lyins lw1
e, Dlmnnssof Vision. Dots orWelis before
the Blglit,Fcvoraiid Dull l'aln In the Howl,
I'oflcloncy of Perspiration, Yellowness of the'
Bkin and Eyei, Pain In the Hide, Chest, I.lmlis,
and Sudden Vluihei f Heat, turning in, Uu
Flesh. . )
A few diMot of Radwat's Pillb will free" the
STstnm from allthenhove-tiarned disorders.
Price 25 Cents Per Box.
E--A.IDWuA.Tr &c OO;::
No. Ui, Wtrren, cor. Church at. BT. Y, ,
BEAD FALSEAND TETTEi " '
fiend ono letter stamp to RADWAY A CO.,
Information worth tlioutands will beent yoa.
$U0UU00 arlT0e
J
DRY GOODS, &c
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS
WHOLESALE BSAI.EB IN .
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street Portsmouth, V.
n mA,i,PT r I . .,.,....,.1 Ullla nn.1
J. r . IUW r.l.u im (.sum w.oiw
his house Is headquarters for many desirable
miikos of Eastern Goods. All goods will bo
sold at the lowest possible price.
i . 1. 1. V. ini.o, Hi ..... fl 1 ... rt TrlUlA
C1OS0 lasil ouyvn, fiiov v.mo Ai.i.v, .
. .. . . , .l.f v.,. una..,an n f. 11)1 T.
wnoiesuie rtuuion i ui..iu.i.
ticularly invited to an examination of his stock
HOTELS.
AM ERICAN HOTEL
Corner High and Slate StreeU u
COLUKBUS OE3 CO-
E. J. BLOUNT
) Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEI" i furnlshea tliroiigliont with
all the modern Improvements. Guests can
Street Cars pass this Hotel to and from all
Railroad Dopots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
M.MERKLE,
Propriotor
TVII8 Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
I -. . 'i i rt .. i . .Mva dm imon nil
JL. IK'IKJL Mill, wuww ' ...
trains can take meals, has JUBt been greatly
i 1 A I 1. 1 .nnAlvall VQ tt t (Wl .
caption of guests. Train8 Btop ten min
utes for meals. WTERMB MODBRATg.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
rrvniS House, formerly the IhIiihu House, lias
-s- oeen inorougiiiy ronovnvou ..u
fully furnished. Having superior facilities,
everything will be done to make guests com
fortable. Table always supplied with best
market affords. Nicely furnlnhed Rooms mid
cleanest Beds Good Stables. Evory effort
mane ror uie comiort uipawiii. a.. tuu.B-o
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J.WiVARNER - - Propretor
THIS Hotel is In the most convenient par
of the city on FrontStreet.between Mor
ket and Jefferson. '
ATTORNEYS.
D. B SHIVEL,
McARTHUK. OHIO.
Will attend promptly to m. .cgal business
entrusted to hu care in Vinton and adjoining
counties. Officii In the ttecordcr's Olllce,
J. M. MoGILLIVRAY.
McARTHUE, OHIO.
WILL attend promptly to any business
given to his care and iiiiuingenientin
any Courts of Vinton and adjoining counties.
Office In the Court House. Up Stairs. l.l-tl
CHARLES W. GIST,
Afloraey at Law ajifl Hotary PbJjIic,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
XtTlli attend all legl business entrusted to
VV . . . u.,.ni t Hlniilr llnoilH and
.. - ...n,r V (i ,1 nvirrniR.No. 12
West Winn Balnbrldge Block. ; tl
U. S. CLAYPOOLE.
ATTOB1TET -A.T CAW,
jaCAKlJlUlt,
(ProiMntlag IttflrslT of Vinton County,)
WILL prsctiee in Bom, Vblfcip, and iljoinlng
counties. All legs! btujno yntruia to liU
care ptoinpuy nienueu vu. r
HOMER C. JONES,
H'AETHUR, OHIO.
TfWH! lati nMD Woof rt Tiftll. Will AHlVMI
UA- AViJ ana ii ' '
Especial attention given to theooilectlon
oi claims. iu-.j
UABBLfi WOEKS.
B. R. HIOaiNS 4 BRO.,
Manafaotnrers of
JJl A It 13 Ai Xi -ui-vil Of
TOMB STONES.
MANTLES, FTONITUPJ, fo to,,
Xioa-A.1T, oh ro
GOOD assortment of Marble couttantly on
hand. AU klndi of
Cemetery JVorh
Done to order in the flnostslylp, U
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP.
'The Beat Pump la tho World-' .
0
TJEAgsnU report over 1 500,000 worth of
DroDeity iasJ fromlFIr thlt i ear hv those
pumps, being th nioji powerful foi'oe-pumps
in tlia worm, wen pnrrreeiing.
See Ontqber number, page 806, also the Proo
mlum-Llst, page 80Sof the Abo. Agriculturist.
This paper never deceives the farmers. Be
notice in February number, page 45. Try pne.
If it don't do the werk claimed, send It bsnk and
Set yoor money, ss we warrant our pumps to
xlo all we claim for them ou our circulars.
Send forolrcultr or orders to theBrldgeport
M'f'g Co., No B5 Chambers St., New York.
An order for nine No. 1 Pumps secures an ex
clusive town agency. No lT-tf.
gHEEITFS SALE.
Stat of Ohio, Vinton Oounfy.
Josse Francis, I'lalnUfl",
against
John W. Jeffrey, Defendant
In Vinton County Court of Common I'leas, Or
der of Hale.
Pumisnttothe command of a'vondl order of
sale with fl. fa. clnuse, issued from the Court of
Common I'loss of Vinton County, ami to mertl.
rectod as Sheriff of said countv,! will offorfor
sale at the door of the Court Mouse, in the town
of McArthur, V hi ton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 2d Day of Septem
ber, A- D. 1872,
At the hour of I'o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sit
nut In tlie county of Vinton, and State of Ohio
towit4 ' ' .tr..
Cominearlpg at a point in the Section line be
tween HectiQii No. I aud No. tt in township No.
in nnil Unitize No 14. ten chains and llfty-elitbt
links South of the North lines of said Hoctlons,
and said point being tneitoutn-wos corner or a
trac(f laud containing! 07-100 acres convey
ed by John Francis to William Francis by deed
H.i...l .inmiarv 4. 1MO. and reconled la Volume
1, Fnre4T4ofthelteoord of lels for Vinton
C(nintyrGhio; theniMi HonthM ditgrees Kast B
chains and B0 links to the County Jioad, and to
tho South-east corner of said lant-mentionod
tract: thonc along said Koad a South-west.
n direction to said Section line; -thence in
nrih.nrutjirlv jlirnrtlnn about 81 Itnils to
AVwul Oak Tnioptandlni In the South lino of
the Nortn-eai yuarter or ine iotiii-mti.wiir-
. m ,.u ti . 1 a. L'.dIm au 1.1
4lMtosidHaoflua.lino thence North, on said
Buoltoniltte Ul.ins piaco oi nogiunmg, uiuwiu
Inar 6 acres, be the same more or less. '
Appraisisd at FUty Dollars (50.00,) and must
bring two-thirds of thatsum.
To Tie sold as the property et John Mr. Jeffrey
to satisfy a vend! orilerofssifiissucd from tho
Court of Common Pleas la favor pf Josse Fran-
Of SI --- ' 1 ' ' "' 11 ' J ' ' , '
Tsnui or Sal C'Mh in hand at tun time of
tale. 1 DA NIHt BOOTH,
nnena v inreu va.
MAMBDWAMIE
RIOHMOND
"We invite attention lo our
Very Low for Ortslx. .
o-O-o '
We are greatly exposed to the ravages of fire, and as our stock
' is very largw we are bound to reduce it
at reduced prices.
. Quick Sales and Small Profits for Ready Payl
Don't ask for
L O H G O JRj IE ID I T S !
, o-()-o - - ,,
Wo havo a good stock of ' '
Bnilflers Farnitnre ai CaiGtlte Harflware.
House 3L?xiriol3LlrLS
ITIISCELLAIVEO US - IlAlIDWARE,
BACKSMITHS' GOODS AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS!
Of all kinds, and a good nsBSortmont of ;' ,.
HABVBST TOOLS,'. ? .
Such as Grain Cradles. Scythes, Forks, Hakes and Sickols". " Wo 'are
closing out our stock of Shovel Plows about tit COST. In 6hort, we
only ask you to come and soo that wo' are actually soiling Goods LOW'
ER than any other Firm. We are also Agents for tho
CHAMPION MOWING MAOHINEJ
and for tho
CHAMPION and BUCKEYE .WlflE & CIDER MILL !
Wo make tho best of ' gjj SSf
TIN- W A R E.I-rffl
Which wo arc selling very low. All kinds; of rp- S
pairing dono with noatnos and dispatch. ; fjs;
SPOUTING AND GUTTERING 'Mda and put up mM '
whenover called for. Don't forget tho place, .
HeirOTls-'is Old Sto-nca,
NORTH SIDE STBEET , M'AETHUB, OHIO.
RICHMOND & JIUim.
SIMMONS k CWUGH ORGAN CO.'S
! Mr ' Mi
m '.f.iki'Pi"
r :rv,,......v-- - ;'
ill
!?- ; -.T I' ,:
I: I .
'3 mi-
I Ii1! I t-1
Manufactured fit Fos, 15, 17 & 19 Miami Avenue,
Thli'ty.ilvo different Styles for the Parlor and Church.
New and Elegant Designs, -
The.beit limterlal and Workmanship.
Quality and Volumo of Tone Uitnoquallod.
PRZOISS, S30 TO SOO.
(EstttllUhod In 1850.1 ftQjp AGENTS WANTED IK EVERY COUNTY
Address SIMM0NS;& CLOUGH 0BQAN CO., petroit, iohigan . '
"
1 i m a
I koop constantly on
FURNITURE. . 0 P
'4M..'!
I manufacture toorder and repalrFurniture of nllklnds.'st the most roMdnAblo prices.'
Ism prepared to furnish
COFFINS OP EVERY
and sooompsny
".Tlia pnnllo are inrltsd to call
March 6. lT ,
1872. jPallTvcaCLol
S. Q, SWIFT, .
WW
m
J.t Close DPriooEi for Oaali!
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS,
dto UprECN'S !
large and,well seected stock of
,0
GRAND COMBINATION
iA
. Fitted with the newly invented
Scribner's Patent Qualifying Tubes,
An Invention having a most important Bcailngon
the tut nro reputation of Heed Instruments, by the
iiHOof which the quantity or Volume ol tone Is very
lnrgely Increased, nd the quality of the tone ren
dered Equal to flint of the Best
n: h .. VlW 4 M STn
JL'lJie Wf,ttISS Ul ISIV BJtHSC
picity
nrcolehrntnd "Vox Oulosto," I'Loula patent,"
i'Vox iliiiniiiiu," 'Wlloox Putoni" Octavo Coupler,
Thechsnning "Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPEOVEMENTS
oan bo obtained only In tho Organs,
Every fvttrif iqeqt Fully Warranted,
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hand every Joioitptjon of .
M 0 D E R N . S T;Y X B S.
STYLE AND VARIETY,
tsm with a Hoarse.
andazamlna tnyStook. .
, PARIS 1IORTON.
BJMSjMssaM
' 111 'I 'I'll
.:i M
.
aEcii iqoti3:h, o.,
Fill E
(IDS!
Wonderful 1 Discovery.
BETHESDA ,
MINERAL SPRING WATER,
Of Waukesha, Wis. . 1 '
This water is the acknowledged cure of the
hitherto intractable and incurable disease
known ss Bright'a Dlseiise and Dlubetes.
BRIGHT'S DISEASE
It fatal to tho kidnoys, tho body wastes away,
and destroys life by starvation of the Wood.
DIABETES
uommenccs witn ireqneni ocsiro w pun
groat tliiint, constipation, loss of strength and
Ilesli.
:. ASTONISHING CURES.
Ot DroosT have boon effected. liriok-duat de
posit, inllamation of tlio neck of tho III udder,
alkali aud gouty swellings. For the liver It Is
unsurpassed. It Is eminently aorviceablo in
the Uravol. Liver Affections, Kidnoy, Dladder
anu urinary organs, bione in luuney, reten
ilon of urine, incontinence of urine, bllllous at-
fections, and disease Incident to females. It
will allay all lnuamution of kidnoy and urinary
orsrans in twontv-four hours. Klvlnir Immediate
relief. Also in Boarlct Fever, it prevents the.
muneys irom congesting, ana removes an traces
of albumonerla. Also cures gout and rheuma
tism.
WIS WATER
Huf the same good olfect at the remotest part of
tne country as it nag at me spring: ic never
losos a particlo of its modidlclnnl (qualities by
package or tranHlormnllon ; Is clear, sparkling
and pleasant to the taste, It cuu be drank at all
Hours,
THOUSANDS
All over the country are sounding Its praise a
an unequaled medicinal agent, and among
thoso who will bear testimony to the marvel
sua cures perfected by it on them as well as
others, are the Hon. B. V. Chase, Chief Justice
ol the United States, whose health, has been
perfectly restorod bv its usei the Hon. !Wm.
Windoin, Senator flom Mlnnesotn: A. H. Ilil-
lings, rresiuentreopies' uas vo., tiuieago, ill.;
mo itev. mr. jirown, or ivoire uame uniyerni
tv. Indianai Mr. Gooriro U. Res. Pres. Bd Nft.
tlontl Dunk. St. Louis: Mr A. 11. Pearson. 010 N
Main street, St. Louis: Mr. O. H. Watt, Keokuk
Packet Co., St. Louis; 0. B. Hunt, of Hunt's Ul-
and many others. AU orders for water prompt-
ly iiucu. oenu lor circular, auureiw ...
BARNUM & McMILLEN;
Agents, 187 W. Fourth St.,
CINCINNATI, O.
For salo by DruijgistB. ;
THE Tenth Vplnnio of Wood's Hou.esold
Maoaiins begins with Jsnnary, TJ- Its
regnlsr contributors lnplnde Hprf Qpeley, O.i)
Ilaiii.rtori; Tqonlm. J, Bepchor, Jjlp Lswli
Dr. W. W. Hall, James Parian, eot. Harrhl
lleoehor Btowe, BrickPomeror, J"Un U. Bax ami
Oun Kllkpittrlck, Puirolium V. Masby, eetn wrili
ftir It occasionally. Terms, Ono Dollar s year. Ir
olubblng, three I rst class periodicals ars givan tm
the prlco of onn of thein. Tlio nuist libaisA
Premium List ever publlsed. . No periodical It
more n-pqueutly 'or favorably mentioned by tt
nrniu. "Wood'. Household MsEMlns Is one of .Ikl
nionnmenis of business enterprise wblch mark hr
i,t"-MeocM Domi Journal, Philadelphia. Pa.
"It has ben imnroving over amco we knew It s
good criterion hit the fntiiw.iycWrjfr, New
Market. Canada. ''It Is a marvel of ohoapneaa an
nnrt-olsquallty comblued;" New York Tim
Olieuiumu ouiir .whc hvv w put p..w.
8,8. Wcon Co., "
gj.y , i Nowburgli, N. T.
pATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
MoARTHUBNUBSERIES.
OT. & -W. GrOXiD, ProprUfrs,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
INoirerlngour stock to the Trade, we tender
our ai'.knowlodgeinents for the liberal pat
ronngo we have heretofore reoelvod, and tiope
by promptness and strict Integrity In business .
to merit the support mid oouflileiiceof the pub
lic, Our stock of
, . i f ... t
Apple rge
It Urge and flne-new yajlotlea. Our
. .-. i ....,.
Bsspberrles, Small Fruits, ' As., to.,
Will surpass any we have ever before offered.
aMTOrders solloited and promptly Oiled. i
. tPlease send for a Catalogue. . .
Tatsntoe and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
improved , .
Head Blocks, Pcflt-IIola. Borers, &o.
Cinrkiburg, w; Va.
npax Ovist Mills, being portablo, ars on Iron
x K rsmei, aim . v .
Stvonfir, piuivWei J2Bcient,
And the host Mill ever mnds for all kinds ol
gi'lndlngi oun be eiisjly a liii'liad to Saw Mill
orHiiyomnr Hftweiv siifl wnrfAnted to grind
Klour ai). Siinil (iraniuri"quHlitv at great
er rule of speed than nuv other Mill, without
hunting or other illtli'ulty-the weight being
AW pninds (tneupyliig nnly, feet square ou
the lion. Will srliiil 80 toflO Imaheli nor hour.
If within thirty iliivs, tlio illll does iot prove
saiiniiiGiory, u limy ne ruiuruea anu money
aud all charges refunded,"
Uart't Post-Hole Borers
It BnnTTflteflU to make two boim
A. . VS1UI .tlwiH. Ilr...u it M UA1 .mi
Nofunltoan be found with Itaflef
-trlalf 8en vomny one on trial who
wl send me the endorsement of the
ron jster, spnt wnnteu,
Farmers and others oan sea ftbs
Post-Holullorer attlis Enquirtr Ollloe
Road Notice.
NOTICE la hereby rivou that a petition will
lie presented to the ( omiiilaslonors of Vln-
ton County, Ohio, at their next regular session
vmiuij, uiiiu, nv umir nnxi resuiar session,
ii HciiiUmibur, Itrrt. piuylna; for tho alteration of
be t'Ailnlly loailhigl'riini the MoArthur and 7,a
eski Knad, at the Hcliuol Ilofrno in Hiib.diatrlot
in n
the
leak!
No. 1. to the MoArthur and Nelsonville Howl,
near the house formerly owned by John Koetou,
In Klk Tnivii.hlt, VI..,.. . ........ ..11
wlt: ( ommuiirliig near the southeast corner of
un oi, t.rovn s iiuki; tnence to the soutiiweat
cornor or John 1). Vuuilurford's land; thence
south some ninety roils betwuun snlti Vauderford
and the Zah'slti (jomiianv'a lands to the foot of
ine Hill on tno west side uolllns' iiranc.n: inence
in s'Wutlicastorly illrnntlou to intersect the Mo
ArtliHr a'utl i(i((Jskl'foiM aligjt thirty rods west
of siihl Hcliuol lliiuU, end liiWe'W'end. Bald
rlllvn also asks Air the vacation of the old
road from tllfl starting Pulnth' '"'"JiCi,'"' "
afnrnauid. UHI M. OKKKX, , . .
aiorosaiu. PrlnolpsJ Petitioner.
A'uKiist'. una 4w
Atronts Wanted
M
AI.E ANfT 'KMAI.C.-llunosi pleasant,
.n.l niiva better than auv lUitornrl.a Iu llin
Held. Airuiilamnkefroin4H)1Hperday. Mend
stamp for aamiile nndtiartlciilars. Address J.
LATUAM to., wasmugton BU, Hoiton,
Mail.
80-ew
Road Notice. The Portsmouth District.
The DemotTittic mid Liberal
Republican Convention
rertat-rortsmoatu,- ine whub
3av HMiuf ovvfi. "The' hwtrit-i
being .RepublicnnJ'i its politi
cal complexion, the Convention
tion nominated the Hon. Samu
el A. Niish of Gallia County,
for Conffiess and Hon. O. 'I.
Gunning of Vinton Couuty, for
t-v . . i . ' t 't
LMStncc elector.. . ivir. m nsn i
a Liberal Republican, a man of
extended popularity Hnd will
carry, tlio District. Mr. Gun
ning is a Democrat. ;
The Judicial Convention as
sembled on the same day and
nominated John T. Moore, of
Waverly, for Common , Pleas
Judge,, ,, Mr.. Moore ia a fine
lawyerrarrd has splendid com'
mon sense, something that all
the Judges in the land . do not
[Chillicothe Advertiser.
O. T. Gunning, Elector for
the District.
O. X Gunning, of Vinton,
the unanimous choice of the
Portsmouth Convention, for
Elector, is a gentleman of fine
address, a good lawyer, a speak
er of no ordinary power, and
a' Democrat without fear or re-
firoach. Mr. Gunning is warm
y endorsed by his friends in
Vinton, and from the limited
acquaintance of a convention,
conclude that he will make a
red-h. t campaigner, and shake
his Grant oppouent out of hfa
boots, , , , ,
Mr. Gunning has promised
[Logan Sentinel.
The Hocking Sentinel states
thit within-the hut week or
two Col. Jtunt'.H Taylor, of Per
ry county; ha trustee, ha exe
cuted deeds for mineral lands
in Perry nw Athei counti
to the amount, of $2, 47i,0QQ.
The lands embraced in; Tay
lor's original purchasees are
equal in area to two town-hips
and include the richest coal
and iron regions of Sandy
Creek. Ar . tjj J-ie
mafe, t.leo.ad!j c it t"i M fir--teen
tlioiisaiid iuill""U torn f
coal, uii'l even a gpe-iloi' nnin
bcr of tons of iron ore,
The Liberal Kepublioaus
can not sujiport Grant, became
he is illiterate, incompetent,
beeott- d, fjwh1"iiegf,i' 3"iW,
venal, !!f!gjigef up t't PH illll1?
weal, a fnpi(, flb8tjnjk ' blllll
deivr, surrounded by wii'lfed,
Hcheming, corrupt, vliidlctlv'tt
and dangerou-' men, who fek
to li.niutain po'wer by crushing
out the liberties of tnelr coun
try. Out with the tyrant and
his hired gang! Ipt us vota
tor Ureeley nnfj tdi" ftMi, 'ilnd
good-wi - ao'd ' plenty;
Hgniu wipay HIP IrtH'l;
' 1 1,1, 1 I'l.l 1 ,1,1 I11JIIUMI
: Jolni Sl'ep. ptie of the
4nehest Republicans of1
Meigs, has resigned hi- place
on tne Central ; Coiuuiittee of
that connty. and 'will take an
activejVort1 in tH' pli'ni'Ms Jffi
Greeley, and Brown, bt
Liberal . Itepublicftii UlUU of
M(i(i?port U composed of the
leading Republicans and busi
ness men of ,;the city. The
jibe rn ii are so thick' down that
way tfiat tW tftl '. oiiri'Viiljl
tli; county,
The1 PIllPUgH :'XrfP5:ti ll'tl
been formally lepnriittipil y
the-Uepubliean Crmtntl C "iT
mittee of Illinois, baoause . of
its opposition 'to Grant's re
election. The committee is
coin pbsed of 'three internal
revenue collectors, three anes
ow,. ibl 1 ppnMrerV
depositHi ies, : t)i j partner of it
whisky-iiiperyUor, Radlonj
memljer or Congress, and fo ur
county oflUceri, '
.it pleases us to . notice that
our friend g.M.' Qouk, for
merly of the Logan ! Sentinel,
has purchased the Canal Win
chester1 Times of J. Ty. Stinch--conib."
and ' 'has hoisted the
names of Greeley and Brown
in ike Times. ' lie' will keep
thei Time lip vyitl) tljej ppa-pq
tiriies, ; The .Times at , presen t
iq the(only Democratic paper
in Franklin county " '
III '( SMBBBi1BMp j
The Ne York: Commercial
Advertiser declare.) that f,Gre-.
ley has bmely . deceived , Nfiss "
Anthony.' If be hail it' Su
BimVown. fault, i She .U old
enbugh' to know that gay and
festive young follows 10 Gree
ley ought to be kept ,i o, djsi
tance. Louisville Journal.

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