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J. W. BOWCT, Witor,
Mc Arthur, Aug. 28. 1872.
Another Railroad to Chicago.
(From the Chicago Inter-Ocean.)
For some time past a project
has been under consideration
for opening a direct route be
tween Chicago, Indianapolis
and Cincinnati, via the Indian
apolis, Cincinnati and Lafay
ette, and Illinois Central Rail
roads. In furtherance' of the
plan a uumber of the general
officers of the first named road
are now on a visit to this city,
having arrived, yesterday by a
special train, for the purpose
of perfecting arrangements
with the Illinois Central Com
pany. Among the gentlemen pres
ent at tne meeting yesterday
wp.re M. E. Ineralk of Cincin
nati, Receiver of the I., C. & L.
Road; G. L. Barrington, Gen
eral Superintendent; 11. W.
Gieger, General Agent; H. J.
Page, General. Freight Agent;
C.'K Lord, General Ticket
Agent; Adam Earl, Vice Pres
ident of the Cincinnati, Lafay
ette and Chicago Railroad, and
several other gentlemen con
nected with the roads interest
ed in the new line.
The new ronte commences
at Cincinnati and runs to In
dianapolis, thence to Lafayette,
thence to St. Ann's, from which
point a road is nearly comple
ted to Kankakee, a distance of
eleven miles, where the main
line of. the Illinois Central is
reached. All but three miles
of the connecting link have
been built, and a large torce of
men is employed on the un
finished portion. From Kan
kakee the trains wjll run to
Chicago on the Illinois Cen
tral. No new tracks are re
quired, except on the little
strip between St. Ann's and
Kankakee, and it is expected
that the new route will be
opened to the public before the
first of September.
'The new road passes a thick
ly settled region, rich in agri
cultural products, and will,
without doubt, receive a large
local traffic; but the great ad
vantage to the people of Chi
caero. it is claimed, will be the
reduction of time on freights
between Chicago, Indianapolis
The distance from Chicago
to Cincinnati by this line is
about 310 miles.
Fatal Accident to a Young
"We learned of a fatal acci
dent that occurred at the
Hawk's Nest last week, and
which resulted in the death of
a young couple named Auron,
who were on their bridal tour
from the East. They had
come to view the beauties of
this lovely place, and on going
too near the edge of the cliff,
they both lost their footing,
and were precipitated below,
killing them . instantly. On
coming to their assistonce their
bodies and faces were mangled
so fearfully as to ba unrecogni
zable. The lady fell on her
head, mashing it into atoms,
breaking her breast into a jel
ly. The gentleman's brains
were knooked put and his body
broken to pieces. Their friends
have been telegraphed for, who
are-anppoadd to- W at -Buffalo
We anticipate an easy time
during the ensuing gPresiden-
tial campaign, senator cum
ner has prepared for us at
nana a spienaia ioior ammuni
tion, heavy shot and shell,
grape and canister, and in
quantities sufficient to last a
long time. All we will have
to do will be to shoot them off.
Got out of the, range of our
uuua, vjinuuibGBf ur yvu 11 sure
ly get hit.
Jefferson said: "The whole
art of gvernment ' consists in
the art of being honest." That
is why Grant's coverumeDt is
a failure. Too many dishonest
. i i
men an its neaa.
. The abominable corruption
among the, -.Had teal . joliti
cians in Kansas, has weaken
ed that party to such a degree
ns to make it regarded even
now as one- of the doubtful
The Fraudulent Voting in
[From the Ralegh Sentinel.]
The amount of
voting that was done by , the
ftrAnMea in the late election
staggers. belief.' Read the fol-
lowing irom tne vmmiugwu
Journal. This is merely the
beginning. Let our friends
O O . . . it r 1
hunt up every instance ci iraua,
intimidation, or bribery;
In Bladen County the vo
ting strength is put down at
2,510. The number of votes
actually cast is 2,656. ;
In Cumberland county the
voting strenth is put down at
3,252. 'The number of votes
actually cast is 3,773.
- In Duplin county the voting
. .1 -J. O
population is pui aown an
959. The number of votes
actually cast is 3,485.
In Franklin county the vo
ting strengh is put down at
2,270. The number, of votes
actually cast is iA)6o.
In Halifax county the voting
strength is put down at 4,455.
The actual number of votes
cast for Governor it: , the late
election is 5,307.
Be it remembered that it
was iu Halifax county the reg
istration books were said to
have been lost. . . -i
In Lenoir county the voting
strength is put down at 2,081.
She number ot votes cast -is
In Northampton county the
voting strength is put down at
2.901. The number of votes
actually cast is 3,085.
Iu Robeson county the vo
ting strength is put down at
3,043. The number of votes
actually cast is 3,214.
Tn Rnmnann pniint.v tri vrw
ting population is put down at
2,1)86. The vote actually cast
First Popgun of the Campaign.
Numerous green posters
stuck up in town, for , a week
in advance, notified the people
that that Bundy and II Cicero
Jones would be delivered at
the Court House, on Tuesday
night of this week, and a Grant
Club would be formed.
On the appointed night the
Rev, Hon. Hezekiah S. Bundy
and Hon. H. C. Jones put in
Mr. Bundy made some etrong
points, as, for instance, that
"Horace Greeley had always
been one or tue lammany
Ring, and in full sympathy
with it; and' he further gave
the people the astounding in-
formation that "Sumner was in
favor of the annexation of San
Domingo till Grant refused to
let him (Sumner) draw up the,
treaty, then he got mad and op
posed it." He said that Trum.
bull was a sore head, because
he could not get all his rela
tions into oUce; and that was
the matter with Tipton, and
Schurz, and Banks, and Gree
ley, and every one opposed to
Grant. A fortiori Morton,
Chandler, Butler, Bingham and
Simon Cameron support Grant
because their relatives are all
in office, and their - heads are
H. Sissy Jones, with her ra
ven hair parted in the middle,
and clustering perfumed ring
lets about her noble brow, and
altogether, as a witty Irishman
present said, looked like a
1JW York tailor, arose and
began by saying he 4'd not
know wuat to say a propogi-
lion ine audience nearmy te-
i! J t.! i. i
ueveu mier ma twu iiuuib
"That's a lie, John, and you
Know it. i ou inauced my
hasband to join the rebel army,
and be lost hia life by taking
your advice. ' Ibis is the Jan
cuage employed by General
Logan s own sister, when he
wafl decJatmlng in oouthern
Illinois that he had never sym
patbized with and given aid to
The Radicals are " telling
of Republicans who will not
vot tor Greeley ; but they
never tell thotr names and they
always live at a distance. Put
no confidence in such reports,
No Democrat will' vote for
Grant unless lie has sold out
for an office. '
Tho Republican majority in
Maine last September was 10,-
G81. ' It will not bo so large
this year. , . : . ;
Isaac H. Hlnesworth, Plt'ff. ) Before R. 8,
against (Baruhill. J. P.
John Finch and of JaoksonTp.i
Joshna Stottsbury, Deft. ) Vinton Co., O.
ON the 18th day. of August 1913 laid Justice In
dued an ordor of attachment In the above ac
tion for the sum of f'il. 18, and said cause Is set
for trial on Friday, the 4th day of October, A.
I. lBTi, at 1 o'clock P. M.
August i, i8T-aw. - .
OTICE Is hereby given that a petition will
Iib nresentcd to tlie Commissioners of Vin
ton lOUDLy, llllir. (( bUUU UCA, lVgUIIII OUBBIUU.
In Soptoinbor, 187a, praying for the alteration of
the Comity leading from the MoArthur and Za
lcski Koad, at the School House in Hub-district
No. 1, to the MoArthur and Nelsonville Koad,
near the house formerly owned by John Kootou,
in Klk Township, Vinton County, as follows, to
wit: Commencing noar the southeast corner of
Url SI. Green's lund; thence to the southwest
comer of John D, Vanderford's land; thence
south sotno ninety rods between said Vaudorford
and the Zaloskl Company's lauds to the foot of
the hill on the west side Collins' Branch: tlicncc
in a southeasterly direction to intersect the Mo
Arthur and Zalcskl Koad about thirty rods went
of said School House, and there to end. Said
petition also asks for the vacation of the old
road from tho starting point to the School House
aforesaid. UKI M. GREEN,
August 7. ltfiS.-4W
WILL GIVE THE GREATEST PRODUCT
with the least labor.
Price no greater than is demanded for other
Mills claiming to be first class.
If in need of a Mill it will pay you to write us
befor purchasing any other than tho AMERI
CAN. See that our name is on it.
JAS. L. HAVEN & CO.,
No. 50 Plum Street.
EADWAY'S BEAST KELIEF
Cures the icorst pains in from One to
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
need any one suffer with pain.
EAD WA TS BEAD Y BELIEF
IS A CURE FOB EVEEY PAIN. IT WAS TIIE
FIRST, AND Hi
THE ONLY PAIN EEMEDY
Tlmtinstantlystdns tho most czcruoiatingpain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CURES
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or
the glands and organs, by one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, ttie RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm.
Crippled, Nervous. Keuralgle, or prostrated
with disease, may suffer, '
Radway's Ready Relief
Will, In from one to twkwtt minutes, afford
tatt andeomfort, and this medicine, so rapid in
6Upping pain, can be purchased Fifty Cents
per bottle at almost every druggist's and coun
try merchant's store on this continent, and
witlila one hour's distance of almost every hab
itation in Uie United States.
HHEUMATIUMA.au JN EVHALUlA,
nnsnuATiw 4$d nxvralqia.
If those who are now suffcrina Pain, no mat
ter what the cause may be. or by what name
it is called if external, apply IIadway's
Uiady Relief to the part of the body where
the pain is present. If internal, SO drops, dilu
ted in water, as a drink. Whether Cramps,
Spasms, Inflammation. Congestion, Asiatic
Cholera, Chills and Fever, the most violent, ex
cruciating and torturing pains will be stopped
in from one to twenty minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
JtADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF
Will Afford Instant E f .
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THK BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONBESTION OF THE LUNGS
BORE THEOAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING.
HY8TEEI0S, CEODP, DIPHTHERIA.
N KUUALUIA, JiUKUMATlBM,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
xne application oi tue hiiuji nnicr w
0 part or para wncre me pain or uimcuiiy
isU will afford ease and comfort. SO drODl
in a, half tumbler of water will, in few mo
ments, eura uramps, spasms, oour oiumacu,
neanmirn, Bicit ueaaacne, uiarrnea, dysen
tery, Oolie, Wind In the Bowels, and all Inter
nalPalns. Travelers should always carry a bottle of
RADWAY'S RELIEF with them. Afswdrops
In water will prevent alokness or pains from
change of water. It is better than Frenoh
Brandy or Bitters aa a itlmulant.
FEVER AND ACUTE.
FEVER AND AGUE 60URED.
. FEVER AND AGUE CURED
vna fiittv nKNTS:
There Is not a ramodial auent In the world
that will cure FEVER AND AGUE,
andaU other Malarious, Bilious, fcoarl't. Ty
phoid, Yellow and otltar revert (aldod by
Radway'i PUU.) to qulolt fti BdWT'i Ready
iiouii. , ,
1TO OXTJE '
poied to Fever and Ague, If thay will only take
IV,." A I WM vu ,uwm .vw-
tl opm vitk Badvay'i WU. Ilundredl in the
west, wno nave nitnerto oeen uucwnii j h ma
rate of one and two hundred dollars for a few
month..' traitmnnt rKk.ADlnar thpm.nl Vfl and
lainillna rree rrom r& ran ana jiuvh, vjjjj.u
and fKVFR. HUtVMATlSbl, 4o., for one or
tivodoflars a year, epent for Badway'i Heady
Relief and Had way's Pills (coated).
The BEADY BELIEF will afford intlant tau
to all. PrlcAnnlv Ail yintA nAt. hnttlfl.
a. one inai every doiiib uihj u tuuii
Rubber Stopper. Sold at all Druggists, and at
Dr. Radway'i office, Vo. 89 Warren, or. Cnuroh
oireeiinew xora. . ., ,
B8. aAfiWS PERFECT' CUBA-
:v ...... --Tiva-HLLB,'
Elasivntly Coated with Sweat Gnm,
PUBOS, EBG0LATR, PCKIfT. CLEANBE AND
, DiH,umjJ.a. . .
vnR thk mm or
IOWKLH. KIDNBYS, BLADDER, NER VOVb
DISEASES, HSAVAClin, CONSTIPATION
COSTIVSNESS, INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA
BILIOUSNESS, BILIOUS FBVER, IN SLA U-
nation OF Tim bowei.8, rii.ua, ana an ae
rangoments of the Internal Viscera.
rr arranton to anew a j-wuinvc vura.
OONTAINUJtLNO MKE0UET, MINEEAL8 OB
"Obier o the following symptoms result
(Inn.tlnR.Xnrdnra of theDlsestlve Organs i
Rlood in "on, Inwara rues, unnes 01 mo
Naiisoa, Il'he Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
or vr uiKiibvMrinuriit ihkh wt
Blnklnaor In the B to much. Hour KrucUitions,
Swlmmlngof the Head, Hurried and Diftloult
ureatning, t luiwring v iw ui v, v... .
SiifTocnting Hensatlona whon in Jtylng Pos-
ture, Dimness of Vision, vol or weos uniore
Liin Di.in. r en .... ----- , V.
Doflolenoy of Perspiration, Yellowness of tlio
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs,
and ttuutiuu riusnui wi juiua
rlA few noses of RaBWiT'g PiM." will free the
aud u.il fMim nil um Hnnvn.nH.nn9U iiinuiuoin. .
Prio 25 Oanta P Box.
; ' Mo. 89, Wsvren, cor. CUureh at. N. V.
RHATiTfirsFAUD TEUE. '
Bend one letter stomp to RftDWAl CO.,
No. i Warren, cor. Church Btrent. New York.
ioforn)VQB worth thousands will be sent you.
a 1 J i ' - "
DSY GOODS, &o.
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS
CT. IP. TOW E3TjIj
WnOLBSAtl DKAI.KB IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. . ..Portsmouth, O.
3. P TOWELL is agont for several MUIb, and
his house is lieadquartnr for lnany dosirable
makes of Eastern Goods. All goods will he
sold at the lowest possible price.
Close Cash Uuyors, First Clans Tlmo, Trado,
Wliolusalo Peddloi-s andtfornaoemen ore par
ticularly invltod to an examination of his stock
Corner High and State i Streets,
s (Noarly Opposite State House
COIiTTMBXTS . OHIO.
E. J. BLOTOT
TJII3 HOTEL is fnrnlshod tlivoiigliout with
alltho moilern Improvements, (i nests can
rely on the best treatinenl and vory low hills.
Htreot Cars pass this Hotel to anil from all
THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Rallrond
Ahipot and where all travelers upon nil
trains can take meals. has Just beou greatly
enlarged nnd thoroughly repaired, painted,
tc., and Is now in complete ordor for the re
ception of guests. sHTTralns slop ton min
utes for meals. WTBKMfl moderate.
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN, - Proprietor
THIS House, formerly the Isham House, has
been thoroughly renovated and beauti
fully furnished. Having superior facilities,
everything will be done to make guests com
fortable. Table always supplied with best
market affords. Nicely furnished Rooms nnd
cleanest Bods Good Stables. Every effort
made for the comfort of patrons. All charges
THIS Hotel Is In the most convenient par
of the city on Front Street, between Mar
ket and Jefferson. f
O T, GUNNING,
LA "W YEB,
OFFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIX STREET.
ATTOEITBY A.!' Ii-A."W,
' Will attend promptly to au 'egal business
entrusted to his enre in Vinton and adjoining
counties. Office In the Recorder's Office.
J. M. MoGILLIVPAY;
ATTOEETBT AT LAW,
WILL attend promptly to any business
given to his care and management in
any Courts of Vinton and adjoining counties.
Oryioa- In tho Court House. Up Stairs. lH-tl
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law
Z ALE SKI, OHIO.
WILL attend all legalbuslness entrusted to
his care. Supply of Blank Deeds and
mortgages always on nnnu. vj.ii-u.i.
West Wing Baiubrldge Block. -tf
U, 8. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOB1TSY hA-T ChhA-'W,
(Proseostlng Attornjy of Vluton County,)
WILL praotloe In Emu, VlntoDi and a.ljojplng
counties. All legal boilneu ntrutted to his
oare ptomptly attended to. 88-U
OFPICB 18T POOR west of Dan. will 4 Bros.
Especial attention given tp the oolleotlon
B. E. HIQ0INS & BE0.,
TOMB STONES. .
MANTLES, FURNITURE, Sto., &o.,
101) Msortment of Marble coutantfy on
riahrl A 11 lrin1 v
Ppn to order in th' flncit t.y)p.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS I
CKALKD pW.nls wlllh rooolvod at the of
O floe of the (JluTk or Elk Townsliin. Vinton
county, Ohio, until the hour of 1 o'clock P. M.,
Saturday, October 12, 1872,
for the construction of a Bailroad along the fol
lowing route, to-wlt; ucginning at a point nn
the Southern boundry of said Township where
the old Uoad-bed of the Scioto and Docking
Valley Ilallroad crosses said boundry, being the
Southern tcrminns, along said old Road-bed
throuKh or near to the town of MoArthur. and
thence to the Northern or Western boundry of
aici Township near tne corner tnerooi, peing
the Northern terminus.
Said lino of Railroad will be constructed in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act entitled
an "Act to Authorize Counties, Cities, Incorpo
rated Villages and Townships to build Railroads,
and to Leiue and Operate the Same," passed by
the General Assembly of theBtatoofOhlo, April
33d, lffii; the work to be done under the direc
tion of a competent Engineer, to be furnished
by said Township, and will include the grading
and the building of all bridges and culverts,
fumishlnir i-.mwi.tifls. rails and solkes. laving
track and ballasting, with all necessary side
tracks, and doing and performing all the work
necessary to the completion of said line of Rail
road, and putting tho same in running order.
The contractor will be requlrod to furnish all
materials, and to enter Into oonn iron approveu
nc.urltv thnt. ho will uniform said work accor
ding to contract and within a' time limited
thnrnin. not ainnoillnur two vears. Bids Will be
received for the construction of the whole of
aid line of Railroad, or for any part tuercor,
the bid specifying the part proposed to be built,
and the price per mile for building the same, or
for the graatoat nnmber of miles that will be
bunt ror siild sum ot I'ift.uw so n aiorwuiu ap
propriated for the building of said road. The
work nfriinu, mi, .Hon will lie CODllllCnCed U SOOO
after bond Is given as possible: said work to bo
paid for during tho progress of the work, in ac
cordance wltli Soctiou 6 of said act. The profile
of said Railroad, with estimates and specifica
tions will be seen at the olllce of said Township
Clerk on and after Seutciuuur m, lor
The bids wlU ba opened and examined, and
the contract awarded as early as practicable on
ar (W aniil ml, f rii-.tobor. 1H1U : and hiddars
will endorse on the sealed envelope enclosing
u. Cnn.tructlnir Ruilmwl."
and address the same to the Township Clerk of
fclk Township, Vinton co.,
HKSEY HKKROLD, )
. LKVI WY M AN,
' JAS b" JOHNSON. S
Morbii Eviks, Township Clerk.
, August 14, itni. .
V. Co., O.
invite attention our large and wll selected stock of
. General Hardware, which we are going to sell
. "Very Low for Casn.
We are greatly exposed to the ravages of fire, and a our stock
is very large we nre hound to reduce it
at reduced prices.
Quick Sales and Small Profits for Heady Pay!
Don't ask for
j O 3ST O- .ORjB. DITS !;
Wo liavo a good atock of
BnMers' Fritire anl UMMm Harflware. .
BACKSMITHS' GOODS AND FARMING IMPLENENTS!
Of nil kinds, and a, good nsssortment of -' .
Sucli ns Grain Crndlos. Scythes, Forks, Jiakos and Siokols. We are
closing out our stock of Shovel : Plows about at CQST. n short,! we
only ask j'ou to como and seo that we are uctually soiling Qoods JjQJtf'
Ell than any other Firm. We are a'.ao Agents for tho i
CHAMPION MOWING MACHINE!;
and for tho
CHAMPION and BUCKEYE WINE & CIDER MILL I
Wo nniko the best of
Which wo are sollincr vorv low. All
pairing uono with noatnea and
SPOUTING AND GUTTERING We and put up mf
whonover called for. Don't forget tho place,
TTXA7Clt?s Old. StctirxcL.
SIMMONS .& CLOU UH ORGAN CO.'S
T :! :.' W .1 lu .. .
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITfl THE NEWLY INVENTED
'j . i.
An liivoniion nsving a. most inijurninv swuiiuu wumuu. iuuuuwu u, iu... aiuuia,
by tho use of which the quantity or Vblume o tone rerylurgely l$cro88el, nd the qtmllt of
tho tque, rendered , . "J ' ' '" " "' .i... H ,
Eaual to tnat of tie JBestnpe
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste." "Louis Patent,"
ler, xne onsrming "Vbiio-
ALL THE LATE
' rt Via nhfAln!
FAOXOEY AND WAREflOQMS, COEIfEB 6IH A3TO
Kstabllihed in 1850,1 J
w mm jr i
ft' "V,. u I . . II TV-Mini I -, 4 ,., '
I keep eonstahtly ou hand erery dssorlptlon of (
FURNITURE OF MODERN STYLES.
I manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the moit rewqpftble prices. ;
- ' 1 ' , I sin prepared to fuinlih
COFFINS OF EVERY1' STYLE AND yARITY,
and acoompsny tm with Hearae.' i ; 1 . , "
W Tk pnMlo m inrlted tooa.ll d xamlu my Stock.
Marched ' " Paius horton.
ii if ii '.ii' i, iu.i..ijju-'. L,..i.!U-!!!l
S. O. SWIFT, ' ,
. OHITLXiICOTHIE, O.,
MM MCI GOODS!
Jijt Close aPrloo for O0la. !
kinds or ro-Wr-S-
urgans p; tne Bame uapacity.
"Vox Hums,," 'Wlloox Pitpnt Rctave poupr
or -tiarinBi- stops, bdu
Anlv In th Orcfftna.
' Quality and Volume of Tone UuneqimlteJ.
O0B3EES8 B1EEEW. DETROlfIIOHiaAS,
AGENTS WANTED IN I VERY COUNTY
OKQAN CO., Detroit, mioMgan,
T ur m m i
PAID TO OHDERS.
r-TB I- a
Won dc rlu 1 Discovery.
MINERAL 'SPRING WATER,
Of Waukesha, Wis.
This water Is the acknowlodgcd cure of the
hlthorto lntrnctablo and Imiirnblo dlsonso
known as llright's Dlseusu and Dlitbetes.
Is fatal to the kidneys, tho body wastes away,
and destroys life by sturvutioti of the blood.
Commences with frequent. (IchIi-o to pass wntor,
5 rent thirst, constipation, loss of strongth ana
Of Dropsy liavo boon ofl'oeted. lli'lck-dust de
posit, inllumatlon of the nock of tlio lllmUlnr,
alkull and gouty dwellings. For tlio liver it Is
unsurpassed. It is eminently serviceable in
the Gravel. Liver Afl'eulions, Kidney, Bladder
nd Urlnury organs. Btuno In Kidnoy, reten
iion of urine. Incontinence of urine, billions ol
factions; and disease incident to lemules. It
will allay alllnilsmation of kidney and urinary
organs in twenty-four hours, giving Immediate
relief. Also in Bcarlot I'evor, it prevents the
kidneys from congesting, and removes all truces
ofalbumonorln. Also cures gout snd rheuma
Haf the same good ofToct at the remotest part of
tlio country as it tins at tlio spring; It nover
loses a particle of lis modldlclnal (qualities by
package or translorimitlon ; is clour, sparkling
and pleasant to the tnsto, It can bo drank at all
All over thccounlry nre sounding Its prrtlso ns
nn uncqunled modichiAl agent, and among
those who will bear tostimnnv to tho marvel,
sua euros perfected bv Ithi them ns'wcll w
others, nre the Hon. 8. V. (:inse, Chief Justice
of the. Uhjted Stales, whose health hnH been
perfectly restored by its nsn; the Hon. "Wm.
Wlndom, Senator from Minnesota: A. M. llil.
lings, President Peoples' (ins Co., Cliiengo, J 11.
the Kov. (r. llrown, of Nutro Dainu Unlvorsl,
ty, Indiana! Mr. Ucorgo II. Rea, Pros, 8l Na
tional Hank, St. Louis; Mr A. It. Penrson, Oil)
Main street, St. I.oulg: Mr. . B. Watt, Keokuk
Packet Co., Bt. Louis: O. II. Hunt, of Hunt's Di
ning Rooms. No. 17(1 Vino street, Cincinnati,
nnd many others, All ordors for water prompt
ly lllled. Bond for clroulnr. Address
BARNUM & McMIILEN
Agents 18,7 F Fourth St. ,
CINCINNATI O. v
For sale by Druirists.
JATRONIZE H0MI INDUSTRY!
J. 4c "W. COIiqZ), Propriet'ra.
INolTeringour stock to the Trade, we tender
our acknowledgements for the liberal put
ronago we linve heretofore received, and hope
by promptness and strict integrity in business
to merit tlio support mid oonllilencoof the pub
lic. Our stock of
Is largo nnd flue now varieties. Our
?eacli, Cierry IMMffj
Raupborrloi, Small l'rults, Sic, Sic,
Will surpass sny we havo ever before offered.
u-Order8 solicited and promptly filled,
ntsvl'lesso tend for a Catalogue.
Patentee and Manufacturer of ' J
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Head Blooks, Post-Hob Borers, &o,
Clarksburg, W. Tn.
THE Orlst Mills, being portablo, are on Iron
Strong, Durable, Eilicient,
And tie best Mill over made for nil kinds of
grinding loan be easily nltached to Saw Mills)
or uny other power, and warranted to grind
Flour nnd Meal of a snnorlnr qunlltv at great.
err,ate of speed than any other Mill, wfJhnut
heating or otbor difficulty the weight mnu
I 400 DllUUdl. OOOUtoVlUaf 6ulv H fakt aOUai'S OU
tne floor, Will grind SO to OfJ huthela per hour. '
If witbln thirty days, the Mill does not prove
latiafaotory, It may he returned and money
au ml charges reiunded,
UaW Post-Hole lbrer,
Ii guarranteed to make two poles
to ona of .nv other, does its work raoi
Idly and perfeotly,
SAVES ITS COST
Vftffinlf. nan hft ftiiind '
trial, lent to any on in trial whS
will send ma the endorsement oftba
Post Muter, Agents wantoi ,
Farmers and others can aeo i tut
PoHt.HoleBorer at tho Xnqutnr OIUcj
StaU of. pA(p, KnkJjMi(.
' ' , ijosse francls, Plaintiff. - . -1
John W, Jeffrey, Defendant "
In VJnton County Court of Common l'loaa, Ofi.
Pursuant to the command of a vondl ordor of
tale with ii. fa. clause, Issnod from the Court of
Common Pleas of Vinton County, and to me di
rected as Sheriff of said county, I will offer for
sale at the door of the Court House, in the town
qf M oArthr, Vinton county, Ohio, on t
MOnflfty; tjie &d Day of rSepfeiRj
ber, A D 1872,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. SI. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sit.
uate in tlio county of .Vinton, and State of Ohio
Commencing at a point In tho Section lino be
tween Sections No. 8 and No, V in township No,
10 and Kan go Bio lit, teu e)ialns and (llty-olglit
links South of the North linos pf iald'-BeotlonsI
and said point being tho Koutli-west Coiner 0f jj
trae.t of land coiitaliilnir I H7-1UI acres, convov.
ed by John Francis to William Frauds b;
dated January 4, 1H00, and recordod in Volume
T, Page 474 of the Hecord of Deeds for Vinton
County, Ohio; thence South 64 degreos Ktmt a
chains and fiO links to the County itoud, and to
the South-east corner of said last-mentioned
tract; thence along said Hoad In a South-west-orly
direction to said Section lino: thonce in
ft Vorth-westorly dlroetlon alKiiit 81 Hilda Ui
Section line to the place of bcKlnjiIng, contain.
ins 5 aeres, lie tlio same mora or less, .
Appraised at Kilty Hollars (M.UO,) and must
bring two-third of that sum.
To Tie sold as the property of John W. Jeffrey
to satisfy a vondl order of sale Issuod from the
Court of Copimou Pleas In favor of Jvsso Fran
cM. I '' '
Tkrms or Sals Cash In hand at the time of
sale. DANIKl, HOOTHj i?
Sheriff Vinton Co.
.B. HnivKt, Att'yforPl'ff. -July
81, WfiWow. . '
' Agents Wanted.
MALK AN H KKMALK. Unslness pleasant,
and pays hotter than any enterprise In tlio
Hold. .AgunUmnko from $4 to IS per day. 8on,l
tamp for sample and imrtioiilare. Addre.s J.
LATHAM A CO.. 81 Washington St., HosUm,
IN ONE DAY
the North-eiuit Quartet OPtli(r)tirt,liToaet Uaaf ,
tor of sale! teetlon : thence Kiiston said South
...I. i rinct inv i uoi uience norm on saiu