OFFICE tn Second Story of Bowen'i
Uulidlns, North Side ol Main Street, Kant or
J. -W. BOWKN, Editor.
August 21, 1872.
National Nominations by the People.
B- GRATZ BROWW-
HU8!DNTIAI. 1XWJT0M AT IABOK,
Thomas Ewiag. Jr.
Of Vinton County.
National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOB 8X0BKTABT OF 8TATK,
GENERAL AQTJIIJLA WIXKY,
of Wyne County.
JDDGS OF lUPEIMI OO0KT,
JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE,
of Franklin County.
MEMBER OF BO ABB OF rCBLIO W0BK8,
ISAAC B. RILEY,
n of Licking County. ,
SAMUEL A. NASH,
1 Of Gallia County.
FOB COMMON FL1AB JCMB, '
JOHN T. MOOEJS,
Of Pike County. A
george vt. pilchek.
ge6kge e. cook.
FOB FBOBATI JDDOB,
HERMAN B. MAYO.
FOB COM XtSglONIB,
JOSIAH B. MARTIN.
GEORGE W. GREEN.
CAMrAIftK OF 1879.
THE MoARTHUR ENQUIRES
Sent to any Address,
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The campaign of 197. bld fair to be one of the
roost exciting in onr political history, ror the
vurpose of assinting In the dissemination of the
doctrine of political reform, Thb MoAbtbbb
Enqvibib will be sent during the campaign, or
for lour months, for only 85 cents. Snbscrlptlont
may commence at any time, and ntiuue for
the time specified.
Editor and Publisher, McArthur, O.
Meeting of the County Central
The Democratic Central Committee of Vinton
County, is composed of the following named
JOHM MAYO, Chairman.
C. P. Ward, Trtaturtr.
J. M. McGillitbat, Secretary.
V. S. Clatfool.b
A. J. SWAIM.
The Committee met last night and appointed
the following Advisory Committee for the sev
eral townships of the county; with the posteiflce
address of each:
Eagle. 3. W. Wilkinson, J. J. Slagle, O. P,
Clark: Eagle Mills.
-Swan. Frederick Frick, McArthur; Fenton
.Sroutk-WUliam. Fuller, John Swift, J. M.
Weed: New Plymouth.
Jackton.'L. Sampson, John Stevens: Aliens
vlllo. . .
il.-Hcnry Clark, 8. B. Hudson, Patrick
O'Keeffej McArthur; John Haze, Vinton Bta
. MadUon.-, A. Martin, J. T. Black; Zaleskf:
John Shirker, Vinton Station. -
Hnton. Cooper Blore, John Booth; Wilkes
vlllo. " .
Clinton. Patrick Hurdock, Pnndas; John
razce, J. M. rnomas, ueeu'S aims.
It . L .1 t is II Q... ...il T.vla OTI1
Ham Casslll; Allensville: Charles Traphagan,
Hatriton. Philip Arganbright, Aaron Ste
ven i, Allensville.
WilkfviUt.A.. A. Cozxens, Agrippa Wells,
John McCartney: Wilkesville.
A'non. i. W. Green, J. B. Martin; Packard's
These Coramittemen should see to it that an
organization is effected In each township. The
usual way to organize is by clubs in the town,
ship; and the clubs ban constantly communicate
with the Central Democratic Committee at Mc
Arthur. Let Greeley and Brown Clubs be form
ed in every township. Let these clubs proceed
to canvass the several school districts and re
port to the Central Committee. Copies of Con
stitution for Greeley and Brown Clubs can be
hod at this office or of the Central Committee.
Each Club should be suDDlied with Democratic
papers and speeches. Procure the names of
those who desire to subscribe for the McArthur
Enquirer, or -any other paper, and send them to
this office. From time to time we can furnish
the Clubs with our exchanges.
Circulation of Falsehoods.
The Radical leaders in Yin
ton county are so greatly alarm
ed at the hand writing which
they have seen by moonlight
upon the wall, that they have
commenced uttering downright
lies about Horace Greeley.
These frightened and trem
bling leaders make it their
business to assert, in the pres
ence of Democrats and honest
Republicans, that if Greeley is
elected the Confederate debt is
to be assumed and the Rebel
soldiers pensioned.' Now the
men who are circulating these
falsehoods throughout Vinton
county, profess to be so hoaest,
so intelligent, 'so truthful, so
moral, so respectable, and so
virtuous. They are so sure I
that "Robert E. Lee is , for
Greeley too.o Thjere is noth
ing so grand as the intelligent
and truthful squad of leaders
of the Grant party in our little
county. Even poon . Thief
u u tier teels proud of them.
Of course the bread-and-butter-brigade
in this town are all for Grant.
They seem to think Wilkes
ville and Knox don't " amount
to much anyhow. The friends
of Reform maflt be active.'
Let all who are in favor of
better times vote' for Greeley
for President, Nash for Con
gress; and the whole State and
County ticket. ;
A new town called Greeley
has been established in Missou
ri, on the Platte river.
Seventy five of the 222 Re
publicans of Honesdale, JPa.,
have declared in print for
In a recent letter, Chief J us
tice Chase says: "If I live, and
am able to go to Cincinnati in
November,! shall vote for Ho
While Republicans berate
Democrats for supporting Gree
ley, an old-line "Whig, what are
we to say of their support of
Grant who, in 1856, was a Bu
Gov. Myron H. Clark and
TTnn. Emorv B. Pottle, distin-
..:al.arl T?omiMiVnn leaders in
New York, have left the "foul
tarty, and come out tor wee-
The Detroit Free Press ob
serves that the Grant papers
are beginning, to," begin their
articles thus; "In the event of
Grselev's election." The next
step will be: "When Greeley
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Bays: "There are at least 2,500
German liepuoncans ih Cuya
hoga county who will vote
ainst fcraut: ana unio is
i n. i
about as sure ior . reeiey ua
New York, which will give
him a large majority.
Stnt.fi Treasurer Raines, of
New York, elected by the Re
publicans last fall, i9 active in
his suoDoi t of Greeley. He
has collected facts in regard to
the corruption ot the last Leg
islature, and proposes to state
all he knows about it on the
stump this fall.
The working men will sup
port Mr. Greelev. He has
always been, and now is, a
workingman. He was not born
to fortune, he received no edu
cation at west Point or any
other olace at the exnense of
the government. The great
... . . .v,
editor, philanthropist, pnnoso
pher and statesman was once
an apprentice boy.. Jtsy ins
own energy, integrity, industry
and', talent - ber-wcntiired - h
orcoimt Liffli toosition;-' For
thirfcv vears' Horace Greelev
has devoted his powers to what
1 1 ' ll.. 1 . L A I. V. " ! n ..
UB una lUUUgUt lUtJ UCBl IUICI
ests of workingmen. .
In the 15th .District, the
Democrats and Liberal Repub
licans held their Convention to
nominate candidates , for Con
gressman and Elector la3t
Thursday, at Marietta. Geu,
F. T. Wildes, of Athens, pre
sided over the Liberal Repub
lican Convention. A commit
tee of conference was appointed
by each convention for the pur
pose of agreeing; upon the basis
upon which toe two conven
tions shall unite ana iorm one
ticket. The committee of con
ference reported that the Lib
eral Republicans name the can
didate for Congress and the
Democrats that for Presidentia
Elector. R. R. Hudson, 'o
Meigs, was nominated for Con
gress; and W. II. Oldham, o
Washington, for Elector. Gen.
Wildes has heretofore been
a prominent Kepubhcan and
twice a candi3ate for Secretary
of State before Republican
State Conventions, but now he
is forlGreeley and Brown: It
looks as it one bait the Kepub
licans of the State would come
out and declare in favor of the
Farmer, the Philosopher ' and
Printer." ' ,( "
Mr. It. C, Hatmk8, oneof the subscribers
tne weekly xnqmrr in Vinton county, sends
us oonv of a dirty electioneering: circular, in
the Interest of the Grant party, which lit) says
was taken from one of the copies of our paper
ai ijonaoniienT rim, air. navnes eruross
es astonishment, and wants to know how such i
document found its way into onr papsr. The
Postmaster at Londonderry could doubtless In.
form him. The postal service, like every other
branch of the public service under the Grant
Administration, is prostituted to the use of the
Washington dynasty. Onr patrons are notified
that we send out no circulars of anv kind with
our weekly edition, and when documents are
round on tne insiue or our. paper, tney can
charge the offense to the loyal postmasters who
deliver them. When the mails are tampered
with in this way, we would like to be notified
or tne laci. c irKXwwiw jmq uirtr.
The election of Greeley would
be clorious for the neonle. who
have been insulted and impos
ed upon by Grant's Postmas
ters for a sufficient length of
time. The above is not the
oniy instance that baa come
under our observation. How
sneaking Va postmaster must
feel after he has opened all th
Democratic papers received at
bis office and folded some dirty
Grant document In each one of
them.' . The' postmasters are
extremely honect and loyalt
PATRIOTIC LETTER FROM GEN.
BANKS. He Comes Out Strong for
Greeley, and Gives
Boston, August l, Itu
mors of the defecton of Gener
al Banks fron the support of
Grant and Wilson are confirmed
by the following letter:
BOSTON, July 31, 1872.
My DkabSp: I have the
honor to acknowledge by this
note, in addition to our con
versation today, the receipt of
your invitation to address the
citizens of Lynn on Thursday
evening, in support of t he elec
tion dt General Grant and the
policy of his Administration.
No invitation could have
greater weight with me, from
any part of the country, nor
from any part of my fellow
citizens; and it gives me great
nlohenro tft fiRSlirA vnii that no-
jivmuui v w j
thing could be added to your
suggestions as a representative
of the citizens of Lynn to in
duce nie to accede to the re
quest. Their kindness to me
many years since is a continu
ing life-remembrance, and no
thing would give me greater
satisfaction than to renew ray
associations with them.
But I regret to say that 1 am
not in accord with them in re
gard to the Presidential can
vass. Against my wishes and
mv personal interests. I am
compelled to say that the per
petuation of the present policy
of the government is not for
the advantage of the countiy,
and that it will not tend to es.i
tablish its former good . and
prosperity, nor o promote the
interests of any class of citizens.
No personal teehng ot any
form or character enters into
this iudgment. It is in view
of general principles and pub
lic interests alone that I am led
to this conclusion.
The uniting inasaes of people
of all parties, sections and ra
ces in support of the grand re
sult of the war is indispensable
to the permanent establishment
i. .i . i -r
oi tne general recoguiuou oi
the results. It can be secured
by no other means. We shall
sooner or later. This' united
action upon this basis has been
the hope ot my lire. I tervent
Iy desired it during the war,
and in the reconstruction of the
States subsequent to the war.
I believe it is now tendered in
good faith in the nomination of
Mr. . Greeley, and for one, I can
not reiect it. It was what I
desired. Its consummation.
although sudden and startling,
does not alarm me. My duty
to myself and my countjy re
quires me to give him my sup
Dort. I can not advocate be
fore your friends a different
Course, wnicu ueuuei my juug
ment nor mv heart approves,
It grieves ma most deeply
to separate myself in thought
or act from any of those with
whom I have'been so long as-
sociated, and to whom l am so
rreatlv indebted : but I believe
the result will justify my ac
tion, give to tho country that
peace and prosperity which is
the object of all our labors, and
secure to every citizen that civ
il and political equality and
freedom which was won by the
sacrince oi mo wwy vomcu
. Accept the assurances cf my
lasting friendship and esteem,
and believe me etc.
N. P. BANKS.
TO JAS. S. LEWIS, ESQ.,
, It is strange ,wb(tt reer . folks
there are in this world, and bov
blissful ignorance often becomes.
A case is reported of a man who has
labored under the impression that
Groleoy was running for Governor
of Hortb UarQijna, sno was leonn
.That man is almost fli igno
rant as the Grant Elector for
this district, who declared in a
spoecb in the Vinton county
Court House, oa te night of
August 5th, 1872. that tqb-
ertE. Lee is for Greeley .'Vt
This Grant party is a glorions
party. It 18 composed of men
who are oyeriitocked wjth hon
esty, ; decency, virtue,. elOca-
tiOn sobriety,1 faapcotuWlity,
religion, morality, etc. '
Subscribe for the Enquirer.
Exhibiting Number f Homos, Cattle, Hales, Kto., 8hep and Dogs, returned to th Auditor of State's Offlee, by tUs save
County Auditors, for the years 1871 and 187, aa required by Section 1 of the Act "to provide for the publication of tne num-ber
of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, and other aalmals returned for taaation," passed March 1A, 1100.
NO. OF HORSES.
Adams .. ..
llelmont . ,
0,46 ' 4,005
Champaign . . .
Fayette . .-
Lorain i .,.
NO. OF CATTLE.
NO. Of MULES, AO.
. 1 901
NO. OF HOGS.
, 67,943 '
NO. OF SHEEP.
OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
COLUMBUS, OHIO, JULY 30, 1872.
I hereby certify the foregoing to ba a true copy, taken from the reports of the Boveral
County Auditors, ns returned to this Office.
JAMES WILLIAMS, Auditor of State.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
McARTHUR, August 19, 1872.
ih.r.b..;t.f,tu.f.r.KoinEtob..tru..oPyof " -
McARTHUR, August 19, 1872. W. W. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton, Co., O.
It takes five of the broad
unina af the New York Trib
une to give the names of the
discovered thieve and the
amounts they have stolen un
der the Grant Administration
In the Internal Revenue De
partment we have twenty-two
officials who are behind the
little amount of $1,302,958.
In the Pension Bureau there
are eight, robber who' have
made way with $278,000, In
the Post-office there are any
number of thieves, but the op
portunities are not great, so that
the stolen money is only $242,
000. Iff the Treasury Depart
ment $90,500 Jjas "gone where
the woodbine twinetb," TQS
Department of Justice as if
there was any su'ch organiza
tion at Washington has sunk
121,000. ' In the Customs De
partment $ere have been rob
beries of 147,OOQ, . f n the
Navy there has been brisk
work and big stealing amount
ing to $476,887. Io the War
Deportment ?q., $14:5,406 be
ing loit,; Inall $3,104;247 bas
gorie to. gublio Rod admitted
thieve Vj'hJrl is perfectly . un
precedented, and yet it is but a
drop in the bucket to the ocean
of stealing which will he de
veloped after'Greetey, fj.pho
sen., There has been a regular
carm'val of thieves' ever since
Grant was ejected
Kikero Goes to the Front.
The Very last Portsmouth
Republican, a paper that is
considerably favorable to send
ing pups by eipress, prM.aid,
to Grant, , comraumcates to
us - the important ' informa
tion that "Hou. ' Homer C.
Jones, of McArthur," wjio is
the Grant Jcfqr for the 11th
district,' will soon comraerjC9
telling the natives of Scioto
county what ho knws about
Grant, and that' "Robert .15.
tee is for Qrm7,v Send the
the pews to Xbog'prapcb
The political campaign
Vinton county has now com
menced in good earnest. Both
parties have placed tickets in
the field and are soliciting the
suffrage nf th people for
their respective caudidates
Our ticket i coinpoeJ of men
of acknowledged ability and
fltnem fi)r the different offices
for which they likjya ben e
lected. . ;
It now behooves the friends
f Greeley, Reform and Recon
ciliation, in every townsliip in
this county to gird n thir ar
mor and prepare for battle For
the right., Although the po-
litical horizon has never, dur
inij the past twelve years;
looked as cheering m at pres
ent, we can not afford to halt
in the good work as we know-
tnai tne enemy win leave no
no device or effort untried t'r
the aucces of the "cut and
dried" ticket selected by the
little Ring in McArthur. ' If
wrt would succeed in ufe;rtug
ibis corruut party we nuudtW
hor with ii zeal' that onlv a
.. " I ' 1 T
good caue can inspire Letft0
nuer toat as
"eternal ylgi)ftnoe is the price
of liberty, ''eternal '.watcful-
ness and labor should be our
motto throughout this am-
. .Every man to'bis post; and
the rffiulfcviil not be doubtful!
Make Preparations! North Carolina Again.
It soemt from newi recelred durlns;' the past
(wo weeks that the Grsntltes In North Csrollns,
(i)nll)g qelfif)t Bliinny osm in iu insc, uu uc
ilrlng to oeunt thoir mlfy frr Ooyernor In
'Mid the Oreelor eandldte out, MthlitHI wuntr
ing the votes In msny of the back oountlos of
the State until thejr could ascertain what num.
ber of votes would be required to accomplish
their object. Having found th number requir
ed, and having fine facllltlei for carrying out
the work, ther liave counted Merrlraon, the
Coneeiative eandldate for Oorernor, out by a
n)p majority, ne uonservanves ut m m
loritv of tweutv oiiTulrifKakoi. -That body wiU
Ugivii'Xr Qfir th
The Cincinnati Platform and
Dr. yreeley's letter of accept
ance will bfi found oa thj firt
page of fliig paper.
Isaae II. Hnineswortli; Flt'ff.'l Hforfl It. S.
airalnst ; I Bnrnlilll, J. P.
John Vlnch and - tot Jackson To.,
JostiB.a.BWHshurv, Def ts, J Vinton Co., I).
fH the lath ilav nf "rust lilt laid Juatlee Is.
Wiued an onler of attachment In iC :b?AAri
ivn roruie sum orisi.in, and said cause Is set
fiirtrlelsm rrWay,4h dUi day of October, A.
.l, lo'fch6k1s..-M.i 'in i,f ,i TVT'
John 8, J aker, Pl'ff, Before K. 8. Burn
aguinst . . hill, . I. P., Jackson
John McNicliols, Jr., DoPt. Tp Vinton Co., O.
ON the 1UU tiny of July, 18TO, said Justice Is
sued an onler of ntiiicliinent Ih the above
action for the sum of fll.43.
JOHN S. BAEEB.
August T, lff72.-flt
jiwa ii iju. i iu i, ii iiiulm. ia.iujai.ejia in .-u.-1i-
rTii Min rftJTRlfiTnpe f
Deware ofCounterfoits I
JOB MOSES' aOTk1?F
mrt ttnrttly comrTSarsnsD. DUlunttt Druf
fUlt nttamr ttttll tht eounurfttu romaJea frtattr
frofit: Tht fisulm um(msm v Jss alt
tnamcHpukagt. AUothmmrtmntlutM imitation:
The esuDisa Fills are unfalllna- In the eurs of all
thoM sainful and danrrous dlsnuas to which ths
fcmala eonitltntion is subject. Thar mndants all
exoMass and rsmors all obstructions, from what
- TO MARRIED LADIXS
ther are particularly aultod. Thay will In a shark
time brlnf on the monthy parlod wlthrajralarlty
and akhfrafh Tarv nowarmL euntaln nothln hnrt-
fiil to tb oonitltatfon. In all oaaaa of Msrvous and
lnal Aff.ctlons. Pains tn the Back end Limbs.
ufcl.n An ullvhi MY.rtlnn. PftlnltAtlnn at th Ha.rfc.
rHyaUrloS anifwhItM, th.r will ff) ears wh.B
II othsr pjsttnl bTs fsllnl. '!fh otronlsrs around
each MokaM fnil directlona and advloa.
will be sant fne to all writing for thsm, ssalsi
from nlwi Hull
N. IV la all eases whsre the etwmeannothe
btalneit. On DoUar encloasd to the Bale Proprls
tor, JOB M08B3. II Oortlandt 8U Naw Tork, will
Ininra a bottls of the fmulna, oontainlng lifty
Pills, by retarm nail, aaowaJy sselsg from any
knowlsdts of Its conunts.
REUBF IN TRN MIMWTR.
BRTAirp FCXMiJiaO WAFlRfJ
Orm Cocoas, Ooi.ds, Astima, Baoaoaitis, flosls
TaaoiT, HoAssari its, Diviicclt Basiraiao, In
oiriBK CosonrTio i Icko Pissssas. Thay
hav no taste of madlolna, and any child will take
tham. ' Theusuds hav km mtoradte haalth that
had bafon daamlrad. Taitlmonyjrlvsn irrhnndnds
ofeaaas. Ask tot BRTAN'S rPI.MONIO WAIIBS.
ftice 3SeB-a ser bos. JOB HOSXS, rropria
fcr, II OortUuidt Btrir, Haw Tork.
THIJQREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
. -N4.IU Bus Lombard, Parla.
Thase VlUFars? Wlily Veooiomn4odky the satire
Medloal laeulty of Vranoe as thslvsry bast ramadf
In all lim or BpannatonkM, or Barotnal Waak
naaa: Nljrhdy, Dally or Prtmaiw Xmlaaionst Sax
nal WAknM or lmpotmcp Waaknaaa arialngrrom
Baatnt Habiuand Baxaal Biataaaa; KalajreMM of the
uenituurcanai HMtspiaa; IMpoaltalntna urina,
sne ail uia wtmmuj aram ui maaaaae annua irom
OfimM aw Mkoaaaaa. ThavaurawhanaJlolhapMm-
a.lUa Salt ramhUI of Advlo in awh bor. or will
nv mAAritM. Bv4m stfl m S1w.
iv.ni.a mm an aarncn. on
ttf SVHKB, lajUOaTLAJIB
ut rer AmriA.
" iSiz" f
UEAI.EP nronaiais win ne rsoeivea at the or
id ice of thY Clerk of Elk Townthlu. Vinton
county, ynio. 1114111 iu oiuroi no cii;s; r. u.
04 . I, " ". ''- .
Saturday, October 19, 1872,
frtr the construction of riflnllrcrad along the fol
lowing route, to.wlti Bvginulnir fet a point on
the Southern boumlry of said Township whore
the old Road-bed of the 8c Into and Hocking
Valley Ballroad orossos said boumlry, being the
Southern turmluus, along said old . KoKd-bed
through or neur to the town of SIoArthur, and
thence to the Northern or Western boundry of
said Township near the eoruer 'thereof, being
the Northern terminus. ' , ,. .
' .fcsld Una of Railroad will beoonstruoted In'ao-
eordanUeavithi,tlMl'TrAylslousof an act entitled
a,n "Act to Authorize ajoiipuss, utiesi ineorvo.
I "Act u
rated VIIUri and Townships to bulkl auilroada,
and tb Lease avil Operf te.tlis Sairrn.
of Ohio, April
tin uennral Assembly oi tne ata
id, 18U; the. work to be don umlor the illrec
tfcnpf acompetont JCuKlnopp, to be
and the tau linns' or all lr ukos anu cul
furnishing cross. ties, rails ami spikes, laying
craca aim uniiasuiig) witn u iivcci
tracks, end doing nitf performing all
track and ballastin
with all necessary side
tunning all the writ
necessary to tiio uiilllutlou (if said III
9 VOIIIPIUIIUU ui nm llll
sh d no of Kail-
roau, ana putt!
ii ir the same in ruuuluv
the same In ruiiiiluir order.
The contractor will be requlreil to furnish all
materials, and to enter Into bond with approved
security that he will perforin said work accor
ding to contracts and within a time limited
therein, not exceeding two years. Ulds will be
received fur thn construction of the whole of
said line of Railroad, or lor any l art thereof.
Uie bid Ipeoitylng' thJsfenrkiTiriiiwisQij tfl be built,
andjhe prf.ie fr rtifle fi
ir uuiinng tiie lame, or
r lir imiius ii as win ue
f milvi that will be
ui ,i,uuu m.i urn aiuruaniu nil-
.ooy sq as Hiurosald ap-
pro)irlatod for tlm Imll'MiiK of sul(( ruttd, The
work of construction will lie coinionoot ss loSnl
after hond Is given anliOHrtlliiu; nAid'work to" lie
paid for (luring thsnrogresspryha voW,J
C'anoe with SoMKirMof illl l'nl
of said Rallrou,X!,J' iHlUios and spe
pntiie woi,ajtv ac-
tiims will be seen at the oflhe of saH 'ltWHi"P
ClPik on and nftor Heptember 85th, WS. '
ThobTili'wia lin (llir(inl and-examined, ana
the ooiiiractawArilciUs iifallf kf:nnMlblA n
or-nftor said llltU ofpotolrr; lSTi "nlJiOlTJ
Ik l'WBhl n,; Vlaton Co.. O.
, iin.Mii iir.ninii.ij,
I LIW WVMAK.
V. Co., O.
If AP. WVllllWil,
Moaais H.V4N8, Towtsliip Clerk.
I AH. H. JOHNSON,
Q T GUNNINU,
LA:"W" IrT E ,
OFFICE AT DRUG 8TORK, MAIN STREET.
TTI1E stockholders of the Farmers' and Mi
nors' Ballroad Company are roci"''!
meet iu Ulrcleviiie, rioaaway "'Ji "'i,'"
1st day of SEPl'KJIBKIl, 1872, to elect Direc-
for salU uompany, anu ?"',"";
steps as they may li
ueein von ior o mwiw.
lue , . uu WAYNB GRISWOLD,
Pres. Incori'orators F. and M. It. R.
p. C. Smith, Sko. -August
vi- . n alr those Blttera sccord-
Inr to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
u... - nM AmmtmveA bv mineral Doison or other
J means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
Dyspepsia or Indl gest I gnaUat1 Jttn)r9 irlif "
In tbs Shoulders, Cojfths, TiRlitnew ot IU Uiest.uii-
rine, Sor Fosflaiions ef the StomacK Bad Tails
I iu.rv. 'fln. . u:i;A... Attar-1.- Pilmtation of lha
Heart, Inflammation of the Lunee, Pain in th regions (
of the Kidney, and ajiundred other painful syniiitomt, ...
are the offapniigs of Dyepepna. Ia lho complaints ,
it has no equal, and one Dottle win prov mm su.-
anlee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement, i .
For Female Complaints, in young or bid ,,.
marrisd at uncle, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of life, tlitaa Tonic Bitters dieplay so decided an
influence tint a marked improvement is soon percep-., .
,ibp0r Inflammatory and Cnroulc Rheu
matism and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, ideas Bitters have no equal.; Such Die- .
aaits are earned by Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Dilative Organs.
They re m Gentle Purgative as well as
a Tonle, posseiainf also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
Diseases. . H
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Puntules, Boils, Car
bunclea, Ring-worme, Scald-Head, Sore Eyea, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration! of the Slim, Humors
and Diteaiea of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of theae Bitters ,
Orstefnl Thousands proclaim Vinsgab bit
Taaa the moat wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
fwAtK'prnp'r. R. II. M.DONALD & CO,,
Druggiita and Gen. Agta., San Franciaco, Cal..
and cot. of WatliiiiKtini and Charlton Sli., New York.
poi,T BY am, pnnr.f.iyrrf and prat.kr
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
uoh as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, fow ftro of
more rent value to .
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for nil
diseases of the Throat
and Lungs. A vast
trial pf ts virtues,
tjiroiiglioiit t))is nn4
other countries, has
shown that it 'does
surely and eflectialv
control thorn.' The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Cherry Pectoral will and does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Orpins
yield to its power; and cases of Consump.
ifort, cured by this preparation, are public
y ko9wn. iq renwkable at hardly to ue be
loved, were they not prqven bpypud dispute,
As a remedy it Is adequate, on which "die publjo
may rely for full protection. By curing Cough,
the forerunners of more serious discaso, It suVei
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suffering
not to be computed.. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most iceptcal.' Every family should
keep It on hand as a protection against the early -and
unperceived attack of Pulmonary Aflectioiia,
which ure easily met at first, but which become
Incurable, and too often fatal, If neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defonce and it is unwise to
be without it As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing disease! which beset the Throat
and Chest of childhood, OiEuitr Pkctoiml
is Invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature graves, and
laved to the love and aflection centred on them.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep.
one will suffer troublesome Influenza anu pain
ful Bronchitis, when thoy Unify hour easily
they can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemioal Investigation, no oost or toil
Is spared in making evsry bottle In the utmost
Eossible perfection. It may be confidently re
ed upon as possessing all the virtues it ha evor
exhibited. ' and oapable of produong enrol fta
memorable al the greatest It oos eyer effected.
Dr. J, C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BT ALL DEUGOIST8 EVERYWHERE.
Tor restoring to Gray Hair ita
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
Wealthy n 4 -.
Effectual, -"tot c
i nair. . Jff soon
, f restore! fqclccl
13 fir mvt.il hai
io ut ongvntu .
color, with the
J lose and freshness of youth. Thin
airia thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not al Way",
curfd by it use, Nothing can restore -;
the hair-where the follicles are de :",
i troy ed,' or tjje glands atrophied and
decayed ;bufj'sucK !ftli remaan can be
saved bv this Btblioatidn.:,and atimui
lat04 into "Activity, to that a rieW ;
groifth of hair is 'produced. . Instead
of fouling the "hair with a "pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
tleanly and, offensive. Ifroe from those
deleterious substances'' 'which'1 majce
some preparations dangerous and ihju
rious to the-hair, the vigor can only
benefit .but not barm it If wanted '
merely for a HAIR DRESSING, .
nothing eke can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
BQf IP)1 White cambric, and vet laata
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Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer h Co.
Praotloal and AnaJrtical Chamlsts, '
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