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l)e. inquirer.
. . . ., J. W. BOWESi Eiltor. '
ftlcArthur, Aug. 21. 1872.
The Late Auroral Display
The Late Auroral Display —Is it Portentous?--The
Hurricane Season in the
Tropics.
[From the N. Y. Herald.]
The magnificent aaroral dis
play -of last ; Saturday night
will furnish 'scientists - a new
rnrnrfnnitv fnr fifclld Villi? the
VLf' VI vuuwi - - - j a
prooaDJe cause ana Biguiucauue
of the pnenomenon. as we
have already noticed,' this ai
roral display visible , over a
large portion of the country
from the lakes as far south as
Washington andwas repor
ted by some as the most extra
ordinary one ever remembered
in their respective localities. '
m, . n . 1 .
- Tne most sawsiaciory. expja
nation of these splendors in
tne nortnern ssy seema-no ue
that which connects them- with
the reflection of electric dis
charges from the' microscopic
ice crystals, which compose the
1 1 - - '.IamJa Cm ll
delicate cmua wuuua, m .me
upper atmosphere. , .These
crystals of c9ndensed y'apor,' sp
minute as to defy 'any but 'the
most nracticed observer, 4cts
as a screen for the reflection , of
light; and the deposition ot
watery vapor from the lotty
equatorial current' produces
the lightning discharge.'
But whether "this " be" the
true orierin of : auroras .or N not
they are said by meteorologists
to be excellent and almost-unfailing
premonitors, of .'atmos
pheric disturbances, and . often
of the most disastrous gales and
cyclones. It has been carefully
4 i . it. tILi i nu
oDservea at tne iruperitu ..vw
servatorv at Paris, that the
perturbations of the magnetic
neeaie are joiueu iuacaiuj
with wide soread auroras and
the consequent disturbances of
the tele?rat)hic wires, it is
also clearlv established by sci
entific observation, ' that the
disnlav of the Aurora , Borea-
lis indicates a general movement
i . i v t l.i.:
or tne atmospnere in mgn mu
tndes. and especially - such a
movement over the Atlantic
Ocean. The electricdischarges
in the hisrb north seem'1 to -..reg
ister and reveal the fact, that a
vast budy of . oaafcorial nti
vapor-laden air, has invaded
the polar territory ana; oegun
to invite a counter" movement,
and reDellinc activity of the
colder atmosohere. resulting
as all experience shows, in
the immediate 'and usually
successful attempt to expel
the intruding mass. This is
followed by the downrush . of
polar air over the tropics them
selves, as is beautifully shown
by the late weather reports of
the Signal Office. These re
ports attest the flow of vast
currents of cold air from the
northern part of the Continent
descending upon the - entire
country east of the Mississippi
and overrunning the Southern
and Gulf coasts. ' It is "by : no
means improbable this vast
torrent of cool, serai-polar .air,
as it makes its irruption ' into
the hot, watery air of the West
Indies, may produce .; violent
disturbance, either by mechan
ical conflict or by; the, sudden
condensation of immense quan
tities of aqueous yapor.Jn. the
weather preceding the celebra
ted "Royal Charter" gale which
sweptoyei England t in 1 859,
the.thermometer for a few days
previous was very low for the
season, and over a , large , part
of the globe auroras and mete-,
ors had been peculiarly abun
dant and resplendent; and even
for a week or ten days' pre vi
ous the English skies had been
illuminated by the f blood-red
streamers of the Aurora. 'It is
so commonly observed by sea
men that such premonitions of
storms are reliable ; tnat tney
have long interpreted the coin
cidence as casual in its nature.
This is the hurricane season
tor the W est Indies, and we
maybe now on our guard
against those tropical storms,
which generated, in tne not seas,
move westwardly on our bou'
thern Gulf coasts every year
and strew them with death.
desolation, and many noble
wrecks. Already from liar
risburg we have intelligence o
.i? . ir
ons oi muso atmospnenc uib
and hail visited that city on
Monday night lasv sweeping
over a space of country a mile
r T
in. width. teAiing up trees, un
roofing buildings and carrying
destruction in its ' path. And
we may expect to hear of sim
ilar tornades along tne western
line.- '
It seems eminently desira
blethat the press should spare
. ui:..:i
no pains 10 give puuuui iu
the fullest and latest reports
nf r Via .Qirrrvnl Rorulf n Rllll flll
intm'st,ed in the weather on
the Atlantic should give
t.hpm snfifiial attention ; and
scrutiny. Many lives and
much valuable flapping may
thus he' saved fmn the devour
ing' fury' of1' j these , Southern
sterns.! l'JUf :
Lost—Heavy Reward Offered.
On or about the 1st of Au
gust the subscriber lost m
North Carolina 12,000 votes
that he obtained in 1868. He
also lost some .9,000 which he
remembers to have had there
last year on the day of the
election. At the same time he
lost his friend John Pool, Uni
ted States Senator, and by a
combination of misfortunes lost
the State Senate arid House of
Representatives, and with them
went a Lieutenant Governor.
He is not yet sure whether he
is to count the Governor amoug
his other Josses shut fearsin
The things alluded to- were
extremely valuable to the sub
scriber,, a3 he was about to set
out on a political lour through
out the Union, and he greatly
misses the comfort they inspir.
ed. ; He has made every effort
to recover these valuables, but
so far without avail. He has
caused guns to be fired all over
the Union m order to apprise
the people of his loss and to
induce them to set out in search
of the missing United States
Senator, Legislature, majori
ties, and so forth.- Any infor
mation that will lead to the
recovery of the aforesaid arti
cles will be gratefully received
and liberally rewarded by me-,
at Loug Branch or at the Thou
sand Islands on the St. -Lawrence,
or by Mr. Boutwell, the
Secretary of the Treasury at
Washington, or by . the .Chair
man ot my Committee in New
York.
Lost—Heavy Reward Offered. ULYSSES S. GRANT.
A Lesson form History.
; -Prior to General Grant, nine
Presidents of the United States
have sought a re-election. Of
these three only were defeated.
Washington. Madison, Jeffer-
son. Monrbe. Jackson, and Lin
coln were re-elected. The two
Adamses and Martin Van Bu
ren were defeated. Tney were
defeated by such'rfien as Jeffer-
son, Jackson 'ana 'iiarnson
each of whom consolidated the
elements of t he opposition to
the then administration.
Throuerh' such consolidation
the re election of General Grant
will be- defeated by . Horace
Greeley, a9 sure as was that of
the elder Adams by 1 nomas
Jefferson, and that of John
Ouincv Adams by General
Jacksonfor that of Martin Van
Buren by General aarrwon. -,
, Horace Greeley has the ele
ments of the same obpularitv
and the 'prospect of the . same
sacce3s in a contest of the Pres
idential office, agatnst a man
haying it already, ia his posses
sion, as tell to tut jpt ine
great 'popular phampious v)io
came, orr yictonous iu buw cou-
ests.1 1 :..:.V.. '
The only aud sure way to
defeat General Grant is to array
an tne elements oi mo opposi
tion to his1 administration, aud
concentrate them upon Horace
Greeley fguet as tManti-admin-istration
elements w'ereconcen
trated upon- Jefferson,' Jack
son and ! Haraison.'t when the
two' Adamses and Martin Van
Buren were candidates tor re
election and were defeated.
President Grant aad all his
family, both hjilitary and do
mestic, wave taken up their
abode at'Long Branch for the
anmnipr in t.hfl nottflca bv the
sea (wor th about $40,000) that
. : . i T ! 1
was presentea io niB imperial
Excelleucy by Tom. Murphy,
chief of the corrupt Custom
House Iiing in New York.
What a successor to Washing
ton!
''Better' eat "biled crow!
than -be fed bn rotten buzzard
four vea'rs more. This is oar
advice to 'Democrats.
NOTICE.
To Stockholders of the Gallipolis, McArthur
and Columbus R. R. Company.
OV aro hereby notiaod to meet at the Office
line of your Kullroad laying in the Townahlp of
uullllK)U8. anu ior mu irauniuniuu ui nujr uinur
business tnat may o iiresuuiwii
B v Order of the Kxecutive Comm ittoe.
' . WM.8U011KH,SeeretRry,
July 81, 1878. -j
X or We uoinpnny in uiimhimUu juun iu i ,
the Sii day or tiuUmbor,lH7i, Ht 4 o'clock 1'. II.,
for the uuriMwe of oonslilerlng the quoBtlon of
mninirbi (.jillliidlls Towiishlu that part of the
ROAD NOTICE.
OTICE Is horeby glvon that a petition will
be proscnieu w tne uoiniuinBiuuura oi r in
ton county, Ohio, at their next regular session
in Soutomuer, ltfia, praying ior mo eswiun.in
mout of a County Road in Knox and Urown
praying
Road in
Townships, to commence and cud an follows,
Beginning at a county road loading from
Moonville, Vinton County, to Albany, Athens
Countv, at G. It. Hell's gulo: thence in a North
westofly direction through lauds owned by siild
O. K. Jieii, Jticuey s ueira, iBroui vuuhsut, tiu.
8, MoWhorter, John Martin and James Mo
Whortor to a Huear tree In front of the Hcliool
House in Hub-District No. 8, in Knox Township;
thmice in a more westerly direction throush
lands owned by J. U. Martin, Douglas Putnam,
I t Jb I'M R f'Aintianv tfhttivind l.unl.
Ing trot
ng front Athens to Coe's Mill, and there to ter
uiuoto. MANY PETITIONERS.
muiate.
July 81, 1H79.-
HAVEN'S AMERICAN ,. ,
WILL GIVE THE GREATEST PRODUCT
with theloost labor.
Price no irreatcr than is demanded for other
Mills claiming to bo Hint class.
If in need of a Mill it will pay you to write ng
befor purchasing auy other than the AMERI
CAN. SkS boo that our name is on it.
JAS. L. HAVEN & CO.,
No. 56 Plum Street.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
E AD WAY'S BEAST RELIEF
Cures the icorst pains in from OM to
Twenty Minutes
Not one hourafter reading this advortlsoment
need any one suffer with pain.
HAD WA TS BEAD Y BELIEF
IS A CURE FOR EVERT PAYS. IT WAS THE
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Instantly stops the most ezcruolatlngpaln
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CURES
. CONGESTIONS,
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Rowels, or
the glands and organs, by one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how vtolont or excruciating the
pain, tho RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Inilrm,
Crlnpled, Norvous. Neuralgia, or prostrate
with disease, may suffer, ,
Railway's Ready Relief
TT111, tn rrtrul will TV mmwwmv WTVntM mffhmA
nut ana aomjon, ana tins meiiieiue, so rapid in
stopping pain, can be purchased Fifty Conta
per bottle at almost every druggiat's and coun
try merchant's store on this continent, and
within one hour's distance of almosteveiy hab
itation In the United States.
UHKVMAT1SM AND NEURALGIA.
BUEUMATISX AND NEURALGIA.
If those who are now suffering 1'nln, no mat
ter what tho cause may be, or by what name
It is called if external, apply Kadway'i
Ready Kklikp to the part of tne body where
the pain Is present Ii internal, 20 drops, dilu
ted in water, as a drink. Whother Cramps,
Biiasms, InflammaRon. .Congestion, Asiatic
Cholera, Chills sin! Fever, ths most violent, ex
cruciating and torturing pains will be stopped
in from one to twenty minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
BADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease I
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS, ,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT KRKATHINO,
I-AIiI'ITATIUN UK TUi, UJfAKT.
HT8TEEIC9, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA.
CATARRH. INFLUENZA.
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE,
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application or tne BtiDX Ki-i-itr to
the part or parts where the pain or difficulty
exists will afford ease and comfort. 20 drops
In a half tumbler of water will, In a few mo
ments, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all Inter
nal Pains.
Travelers should always earry a bottls of
RADWAY'S RELIEF with them. A few drops
in water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than Frenoh
Brandy or Hitters at a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUK SOURED.
FEVER AND AGUK CURED
FOR FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial sirent in the world
that will ours FEVER AND AGUH.
and all nthsr Malarloul, ftllleus, Borlt. Ty-
pnoia, enow ana oicsr severi laiunq ot
Radway's Pllli.) so qulok M Bdwf iU4y
Relief.
Ponon need suffer, bs they ever is mutih
posed to Fever and Ague, It they will only Uk
Raswat'i RiadtRsukp, and k Of n their tow-
idmicih Jiadtcayi run. Hundreds mine
west, who hare hitherto been doctoring at the
rate of one and two hundred dollars (ura few
months' treatment sreknenintr themselves and
families free from FEVER nd AGUE, CHILLS
and rsyeft, rheumatism, &o., for one or
two dollars a Veitr, spent for Radway's Ready
Relief and RadwaVs Bills (posted).
The READY RELIEF will afford inrtani tatt
to all. fricaonly oueentsper bottle,'
N. R Hot that averr bottle has au India
Rubber Stopper. Bold at all Druggists, and at
Dr. Radway's office. Ko. S3 Warren, oor. Church
8tret,Nw York.
SS. BADWAXS PEEPECT
CUBA-
T1YB FILLS,
Elegantly Coated with Swat
UBOE, REQULATR, P0KIPT. C(.EJ
t Can.'
OLEASBS and
d ijiitti uinta.
Rdwa7TpUls,
vohths nnait os
i , r nr0innitiaifliuiiiviiJYir T 1 TT w n
B0WRLH. KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS
DWKAHRS, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION
COUTIVKNESa, INDIGESTION, DYSrtP&IA
JSILiv UaiV KMN, 111 Liu 1)13 fi rnif, lieia at
MAT10N or THE BOWELS, I'lLSS, andsll Ue
runiraments of the Internal Viscera.
warranuHi 10 nnncc a m m re iure.
ttiTttui v tlrjlvatA II r V i H ).
CONTAIN UJO SO MUKOIIRT, MINER At4 1)8
srobsdr ethe foTI(iwlhr symptoms rcsalU
Constlna.Tordersofthe))IirCstl7irOrifans i
Wood in "on. Inward Filos, Kullnsn of the
hausna, Hche Hosd, Acidity of the Htomiwli,
nr WelKhtearthnrn.IilHKOSt of rml,,a'ullnos
ui..i.lnuor In the BUiimich. Hour Eructations.
. llutUrlnsattlis Pitof tlietttomaoh,
V,.Jmmlnof the lieud, Hurried and Iitllloull
i'rthln, jriiiUarinRattlisUuart, Lhoklusor
""ocKtlng Bensations when In a Iyliil Pos-
"re, uimness oi vision, inns or wens iioiore
the BlKbt, Fever and null l'nln in (lie lfcii't;
"nflcliinoy Of Perspiration, Yellownosl of the
ftll.. u.. ii TT..... lnn l tllili. rim.. T Inilm
ana nuiiueu, rimtuoi J jicbi, jiumiiiK ill m
Flesh.- --- -'-n -
A few rtosos ofRiDWAT's Pim,i will froo the
svstein from alitus aoo e-niuiiixl ulsurder.
Prio2ACntsP Sox. . V i
BAEWAY, Ac CO.
No. 8a, Warren. wr. Church st. N. V,
EEAD FAISEini TItlTE ' ri
Send one letter stamp to KADVTAY A CO.,
Mo. Hi Warren, cor. Ohuroo Htrent. Nrw Yoft,
InformatloB worta thousands will be sent yu.
Business Carta.
DEI GOODS, &c
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. . . .Portsmouth, O.
J. F. TOWELL Is ttgontfor eovernl Mills, and
his house is headquarters tor umny lies rablo
..il nrk'u..1uniii i. AH goods will be
sold at the lowest possibls price. .
Close uasn Jtnyon, rim. .o,
wnoiusuie i hiuhhb fin" . ' rv.
tlcularly invited to an examination of his stock
HOTELS. , ,
AM ERICAN HOTEL
Corner High and State BtreeU,
hti.-i-nnnnslte State House
luaHi; i
COIiTXIMIBTrS OHIO.
E, T. BLOUNT
Propriet'r.
ft
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all tho modern improvements. Guest can
rely on the best treatment ami very low bills.
Street Curs pass this Hotel to and from all
uaurouu uupuis.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
M.MERKLE,
Proprietor
THIS Hotel, 4 few feet from the Railroad
Depot and where all traveler upon all
trains enn tuKtnieaia.naa just iweu greunjr
enlarged and. thorouKhly repaired, painted,
..V. . I n.v i,k iii ii nil. tn iii-ili.r fnr ihi re
BHJiimiU inuwir . . . . - . ....... ......
ception offcuesU. TrainBHtop. ten mln-
UU38 IOr IIIUIM. iHMa auKivi-Atn.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
THIS House, formerly the Ishara Honse.liaa
been thoroughly renovated and beauti
fully furnished. Having superior facilities,
everything will be done to make guests com
fnrti.hiA Tiibln Hlwavi supnlled with beat
.. nfrn..lu XTInAlv ftivnluhml Hnnmi find
cleaneat Beds Good Stables. Every etrort
made for the comrort or patrons. Aiicunrges
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PO.RTSMOUTH, OrtlO.
J. Wi VARNER
Propretor
THIS Hotel la In the most convenient par
of the city on Front Btroet. between Mar
ketandJenerson.
ATTORNEYS.
. D. B SHIVEL.
MOAUXUUlt. OI11U.
wm attend nromDtlv to ui. egal business
. -mm-w-r-w-TI-fc ATTTA
entrusted to his care in Vinton and adlolnlng
counties, offiob in tue imcorunr vww.
J. M.'McQILLIVRAY,
jrcrroTusrnr at x,a."W,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
WILL, attend promptly to any business
given to his care and management in
r...,ta nf Vlntnn and nillolnilllr counties.
Officb In the Court House. Up Stairs. 13-tl
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law anft Notary Pnlilic,
ZALE.SE I, OHIO.
it iiih cure. rcuj'iJiy J""" :. , A
i i V ii.nfl OtvircNn.l2
Wnut Wlnir Rainbrldue Block. tl
(Froseonting Attorney of Vinton County,)
wrnT ..ll.. In Dnu Vlnlnn Anil aillAtnltiff
WlliU piwuvn ii m, i
counties. All legsl business entrusted to his
ears piomptly sttonded to. os-n
HOMER C. JONES,
.A.TTODBlSrair JL.T IiA.W,
M'ARTHUE, OJIIO.
OFFICE 1st door West of Dan. will 4 Bros.
Especial attention given to theoolleotlon
ofolalins. 18-ly
MAEBLE WORKS.
B. E. HIGGINS & BE0.(
MaBofaotnrars of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES.
HANTLE3, rUHNITURE, &o., &e
GOOD assortment or Marbis couitantl en
band. All kinds of i. ; r
Cemetery Worft
Son to order (n tne finest itylp.
LJllllliUMil
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP.
. . . . ;.; ;- -v ,
'The Boat Pump ia the World'
"YCTB Agentl report ovsr !IO0,0flO worth of
J propoi'tylnnvsa fronVFIre this ; ear by these
pumps, being tusmoit powerful force-putnps
In tbs world, as well si Kon-freesra , ,
' 6eo October number, page m, also the Free
mlum-tdt, paBP 998of the Am. Agriculturist.
This papar never deceives the farmers, ee
notice in February number, page ii. !pry one.
If it don't do the werk claimed, send it back and
;otyoormomiy,sswe warrant our pupps
o do all we claim for them on our . circulars.
Rend for clrrnlsnor orders to the Bridgeport
HT Co., Ko B5 Chambers St., New York.
An order rornlne No. 1 Pumps secures an ex
elusive towa agency, ' ' . No 17-tf.
s
HE2XTF8 SALE,
HaUtfOMi, yinUm Count. ' ' ' '
ftiit Frsncls, Plaintiff. ,
w ' ' Jdm W. .iXen Pftfcnrtant'" "
In Vinton Uunty Court at Mmmon PleWi Or
iH tt RtllA.
J'nrsnnnltotho command of s vmdi ordorof
o witii H.fft. clause, issuod from Uie Court of
iuihuiud i'iutisj,r yinuin couiiiti shu w mvui
rcttxl as blwrlff of suil' county, 1 will' offur fur
snle t the iloor of iiieliirtliuuse, n th town
of MOArtlim, Yluton county, Olilo, pn ' .
Monday, tier 2d' Day of Septem
ber. A. JJ. IbYi
At th hour f l'o'clock P. M. of said dsy, ths
followlna; dosorlbea lnmis sn Hjnemeiiis. sic-
unto In tlio county of Vinton, aim buiw or uiuo
i .'ommnnr,ln(( st simlnt In tho Sootlonllno h.
luin HhiMIiiku Un. Rand Kn. fl in tnwiisliin No.
10 snil Ksnne No 1, tn chains and flfty-filRht
flnlcs ouUj of tho North liims of said boctiuns,
Slid sal1 point IxdiiR tlis ftivth-west corner of s
tract onnniicoin.Hiiinf i t'-' tl "', uy-
l, Ii.l.n VmnnU Ii. U'Uliilul KVllllcIS V (1(1(1(1
dnM Jsniisry 4, urn) rworrted in Vitliillfte
7, i'HK4 i4 OI Ulfl llornl Ol jm-(u iur t inwil
I'.ii.i,!.. oiiln! tlwinin nmiHi (Vi uirrcs-Kiuit S
chains and W links to tho County Iload, and to
tlio Hoirth-east cornor of said lost-montioned
tV-Acti thcniwalouRSHldUoad in a Hoiilli-vrest-criy
i.Uectlon to said Suction lliu'i thnnc In
ilnflhLwiolrlv dlriu'.tion alKlIlt 81 lt(l(l to
Zl)aiMakTrcestBiiillnif In the Mouth line of
the North-oast yuartor oi ino norin-onsi uuar-
titrof said Hoctlon 8: thonc fcoston said flouUi
Una to said .Section line; thnnco Nortli on said
Suction linn to tho placo of beginning, contain-
Inir 5 acres, be thn sumo more or less.
' Ipnralwd at Filtr Dollars (50.0U.) snd .must
lru.(jtvo-tllrdsoftlistsiim.
To bo sold as Uia prjuKirty of Jolin WJqirroy
to satisfy a vondl order of siUh ln)il froni the
Court of Common i'luas In lavor of Ju.ko jfran.
TtRMS or Bali Cash in hand at the time of
linn" vrw-v Miicr.iKKvni
nln. irtii,i.ii.iiiviii,
.?; Hliorlff Vinton Co,
n. B; BHivitt, Att'y tor Pl'ff. , .
' JulM,irfl-w.
"
-
"We invite attention to our
r ITT 1
wenerai naraware, wnicn we aregoiug w otsu
Very Low Tor OiaciH.
We are greatly exposed to the ravages of fii e, and as our stock
ia very large we are bonnd to reduce it
., . . at reduced prices. ;
Quick Sales and Small Profits for Ready Pay ! ,
, Don't nsk.for
Xj O 3ST 0::RE3 DITSI r;
. ( Wp havo a good stock of
Builflers: Funiitiir& and CaMMens Harifare.
lioxiiob ixrrtJ.sgri 1 n g
: yMlSCEIiJLAlVEO US HARDWARE, ;.,
B ACKSMITH8' GOODS AND FAEMING IMPLEUEXTSf
i ' ! A
rr -ii i i - j l l n . e
i X ail Kinus, nnu h
: ' HABYBST, ' TOOLS,
Rnoli' nV Grain nVndW'ScvUi'ea.'ForksL' Rakes and ''clwlVVft M9
closing out our stock of Shovel Plows
only ask you to como una soo that wo are actually selling uoous jju r
JEll than any other firm.. We are also Agents for tho ,
CHAMPIONNMOWINQ MACHINE!
and for the f,, , , -..ji . i :: - -:
CHAMPION and BUCKEYE WINE & CIDER MILLL :'-
"Wo make tho best of
tt . . , ,,. in
yvnicn we are seinng very i.w, , ah
,lAnn . Ik nanlnna ttnA
pairing done with neutriP and
SPOUTING AND GUTTERING
whenever mm tor- vovi jorgei ine piuce,-
TT.T7crTr' old Stand.
NORTH" side jjt A.T-NT BTEEET , : l&'AJ&TTTU ja, QIIO.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ' ORGAN CO.'S ; :
'IF. J::-ii'
, An
the
t j it un
'HP : I
Manufactured at Nos. 15,17 & 19 Miami Avenue,
: DBTEOIT.MIOH.
Thirty .fl vi dlflferont Styles tor the Parlor and
new ana uiegsniuesigus.
The best material and Workmanship.
Quality and Volume of Tone Cunequsllsd.
( o;i ' ......
3PRIOEIO. OBOlTp 0500.
KiUMUhedJiU86al ) "
Addreu SIMMONS ft CL0V0H
I kstp oomtkDtly au
FURNITURE 'OF '
I. ULIPIJ, I:""'' - I'
: I manufacture to order and repair Turnitnrs of all kinds, it tbs most reasonabit prloss. -
I am prepared to furnish , ... '
COFFINS OF EVERY
r. "
v March 8, 181 ... -
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187Q.
jpau.
s. a. swipt,;;
4 , .
TILE
jSl Close Prloos for ocibix!
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS,
IN
.... I ' t '"
large and well selected stdck of
lt' A- 11
uuu ushbuiuiiuuii ui
woout at COST. 1 short, we
,. ! ft , , ,';'
p KLy VL
kiuub ui
lianutnli fc- v.t.
dispatch . . aLiP
Mflde and PP ,rfr . ' '
' anp -
GEAND COMBIITATIOir
Fitted with the nwly invented
Scribner'a Patent Qualifying Tutjes,
i HFpnHpn hsy nf a most Important flaring pr,
iyMlu'rri'uitalli?iibf'tttffi(llHS4ra
i of which tho quantity or Volume oi tone is very
n largely Inoreosed, snd the quality of the ne ren
dered . . '. ' i '
Equal to that of the lies t
Pipe Organs of .the same Ca
pacity. uroelebrsted "Vox Oeloste," "Louis Patent,"
"Vox Humana," 'Wilcox Patent" Octave Ooupler,
Tjeohsrming 'Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL THB IjATfi fifQVEMENTS
eaa be obtained only in the Organs.
vsry Instrument Fully Ws.prs.nied.
Cbnrch.
Q AGENTS WJkJlTED IJT XVSRV COUNTY
0R3AU 00., Detroit, HioHigan.
J-i-.: "
bund tsry dsiorlption ftf ,
itO DERN STYLE S.
STYE ; , AND VARIETY,
ru PARIS HC
; M Yfil1 ' f jl
1870.
Troao i
. J . . .., . i.! ' ' I"
ipHIOLXilCOTECEl, O.,
MCI
W dk 4s. A .
GOODS!
,.'.,..
.1
IDTT'lsTOBiA-H'S
Wonderful Discovery.
MIMERAL SPRING1 WATERj
j ui i auJLooucsi iiuiT
This Water Is the acknowledged cure of ths)
hitherto Intraetable and Incurable disease
known si IJright's llsease snd Diabetes.
BRIGHT S DISEASE
Is fatal to the kidneys, tho body wastes away,
and destroys life by starvation of the Hood.
DIABETES -
Commences with frequenraeBiM i to pass water,
great thirst, constipation, loss of strength and
Wh ASTONISHING CURES
Of Dropsy have been effected. Brick-dust de
posit, inflamatlon of tha neck, of the .Bladder,
ilkatiand gouty swellings. For the liver it Is
unsurpassed. It is eminently serviceable In
the Oravol. Liver Affections, Kidney, Bladder
snd Urinary organs. Btone In Kidney reton
lion of urine, incontinence of urine, bullous af
fections, and disease incident to females. It
will allay all Inflamatlon of kidney and urinary
organs III twenty-four hours, giving Immediate
relief. Also In Bosrlet Fever, it prevents the
kidneys from congesting, and romevesall traces
of albiimenerla. Also cures gout and rheums-
tism.
THIS WATER
Has the same good offoct at the remotest part of
the country as It has st the spring; It never
loses a particle of Its medidtolnal Iqualltlos 'by
package or transformation) Is clear, sparkling
and pleasant to the taste. It can be drank at all
hours.
,u THOUSANDS
All ovjer'thecoantry are sounding Its praise a
an unequaled medicinal agont, and among
tnose who win Dear testimony to tno marrei
sus cures perfected by It on thonvei Jtell -a
others, are the Hon.?. f Cfaase", Chief JuHtloe
of the United States, whose health lias been
p3iiG-ny restoren dv its use) tne iion.;wm.
TT lliuvid, doii(.i.pi ix vi ii am la. uhivh i A. J 1 1-
llnit. President peoples' GasOoCblesgo, III,)
the Ksv. Mr. Brown, of Notre UniJIP Vnlvers).
tv. Indiana: Mr. Georire If. Hes. Pres. sd Na
tional Bank, flt. Louis; Mr A. B. Psarion, (19 N
Main street, St. Louis: Mr. O. B. Watt, Keokuk
Packet Co., St. Louis ;C. B. Hunt. of Hunt's Di
ning Rooms. No. 170 Vine street, Clncinrmu,,
and many others. All orders fur water prompt
ly fllltd. Bond lor ciroular.. Address . , .
BAENUM & McMILLEIT
Agent, TT. fourth St,,
CINCINNATI, O.
Fo sale by DruggigU.
rnnit! Tocto Yolums of Wood's HodikuoIO1 '
1 aliSasiiH begins with January, Ts- lis
awnrlton, Tbomiw. K. Beecher, Pf. Pfo JOT .
tot It oeeaslonsll. Terms, Ons Dollar s yaar. h
eioobing, tnres nrsioisss priouicis.riT
ths price of ope of them. The tnmt libeial
n i 1.4 .- ...KKail 1 Ma nAylnnlrAl ll
f JCUiiuiu n.n ara jiuih..-.
more ftqusatly or favorably mentioned by U
prssa, "Wood's Iloasohold Mstsilnt Is ons sf.til
J . m t- 1 . .lnBn-lu. wK ( uk mark Ik.
.. .r ii ..i.i v. r n f Dl.llK.lalihl Fa.
ll hu hn Imnravini evr sines we KDOW' It S j
good criterion for the ratnrs." CourUr, ' Ns
Msrket, Csnaila. "It Is a marvel of ehospnots ai
.L..k...uiii .nmMnJ "ViB York Timttt
Ul7 .WM... Tl
IpATRONIZE HOME HJDUSTRYJ
v4
is-
MoARTHUR nurseries.
J. &C "W. OfOXjJD, Proprlet'rs,
IN offeringour stock to the Trade, we ((
. our ai'knnwleilirunienta for the liberal pat
ronage we have heretofore received, and hope
by promptness and strict integrity In business
to merit the snpport and eonfldence of the pub
lie Otir stock of
Apple Tree
Is large and line new varieties. Our
Peach, Cherry, Plum,
Ever green Tree,-
Will iurpasssiiy w hay sverhf for offered,
avrOrderssollolted and promptly fll)d,
tMlUWPd(urp tatdlogui.
j PaUntes and of annfacturer of 1
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
- " ' ' ' i Improved i;... -
BOris(MlU, hslm pftrtlru), an IrftR '
mt, and
nz.Ji nM.I.i
oirQMKt, AJuruutfi umvifiiti
And tha bast ill 11 ever made tor all kinds of
grlndltigi onn be easily attached to Saw Mlllf
fljtMy man pewfri nd -ytmmM to trlmi
riouf and mU at a siipsriop qunllty gpsat.
rTAl0f speed than anv other Mill, without
hentlngor other dlffloulty-ths weight. being '
1.400 pounds, ocouuylng only S feet square on
the.floor. will grind W lobO bushels per hOnr.
nrtn PoiitllPle iforer,
. J' I WJ,ftfl r8 IP"-? two koU
-srto ensof sny otlien dous Its work ?aui
. all
wiy anu perieony. . , , .
Vt SATES' 'ITS ' COST '
I ': e: .. i it- lu (' ,l'"i ll: '
VndmUnun bs found with ItsfHul
M ti lHl. Bent to any oiia eit trial whs
will send me the endorsemeut oftBI
r oat Master. Agents wantsuv
IB A IIABT,
Clarksburg, W. V.
.. Farmers and others can see (the
Fost-IloleBorar at the Xnavtrtr OBlos
11
ROAD NOTICE. Road Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 's potlttqn will
be presented to the CommUslonert of Vln.
ton County, Ohio, at their next regular setslon.
In Soptemner, 1H1, praying for the alteration of
the County leading ftum the MoArtlmr and Za
leskl ltoad, at the School House In Huli-district
Ho. 1, w the MoArtlmr and Nnlsonvllle ltoad,
noar the houso formerly owned by John Keetou,
In Klk Township VlnUm County, as follows, to
wit: ()inmenclng near tiie southeast corner of
Url M, Urmm's land) thence to tho southwest
corner 'of John I. Vanderford's land; thence
south' mime iilnptv rods betwoen said Vanderfbrd .
In a southeasterly dlreotlon to Intersoct the Itta.
Arthur and .alcskl ltoad about thirty rods wei ;
of sHidiHclioul House, and there to end. Bald
uetltios also asks for the vacation of the old.
road from the starting point to the ftehool House
aforesuid... I'KI tl. OltEk.N,
. I . . - ' Principal Petitioner.
August 1.18IJ.SW
!1L 1 SI '
I ,.,
Aconts Wanted.
Wi
fAT.
AMD' FKM ALK.ltiiHlnes pleasant.
and pays better than any enterprise in the
,. Asentsmaks from ll tolH perdar. ihmi
Mini fur saipiile'ahd tmrtlniiltirs:1' Addrnssidl
jLAjmlal 'L'U KUH WsihlllKtmi BVB1tJii

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