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BlcArthiir, Sept. ,4. 1872.
[From the Ashland (Ohio) Press.]
Vote for Greeley—Business
While on the-street, a few
dflvs since" wef'-heard one of
our merchants say' he could
not support " Mr. : Greeley for
fear it would injure. the com
mercial interests of thecountry:
We tlq not see how such a fear
, could enter a. man a thoughts;
and a" yejy,, little , examination
would reveal how absurd such
thoughts arev Mr.'preHey, ij
an active business - win! imd
has. all tha capital he danlcd! m
mand steadily employed in bu
siness, and in all his business
undertakings he has been emi-
nently successful,: bo fully does
'he understand the1 rules of
.trade. . When G,rant was elect
ed President, he appointed Mr.
A.1 T. Stewart, of New.-York
his Secretary of,; the Treasury,
because he was familiar with
: the business interests of . , the
country, and! could regulate
better than almost any one else
the monetary , affairs of: the
government. The business
men all over the country hail
ed this as a wise! appointment.
Now this same A. T. ' Stewart
is out for Greeley, and so cer
tainly does he see the prosper-1
ity of the country in his elec
tion and success m all commer
cial circles, that he: has placed
$50,000 in the hands :of the
committee to aid in his elec
tion. ; We have no better or
more successful ' business men
in the country-than Mr. Stew
art, and business men may re
v on his luderment in thi3 re
gard. There are ; other busi
ness men all over the country
nocking to the banner oi uree
ley and Urown, anq we are
surprised that .'any business
man should object . to , his fit
ness in a commercial point of
view, when he must compare
it with Mr. Grant: Mr. Gree
ley has made of himself what
he is, commercially and other
wise. He has 1 relied on his
own labors to get wealth, fame'
and honor; while Grant has not.
He, Grant, was educated, cloth
ed and fed by the government,
picked up by a party and forc
ed into notoriety; and so en
tirely has he relied . upon the
care and plans of others that
lie Las framed out the governs
ment to those who can pay the
most for it and the most costly
presents. So thoroughly does
he look for alms from all with
whom he comes in contact that
he has become4 notoriously
known is "The Gift Taker."
The Germans and Greeley.
It is well, known that the
German element in. our couri-.
try is a very large . one, espe
cially in the West. The Ger
mans have heretofore acted;
almost as a unit, in support of
the Republican . party and " its
nominees. . It. , .appears from
carefully , prepared... statistics
that there are 129 German pa
pers, daily and weekly, printed
. in this country; VOf ithe 55
dailies 30 support Greeley and
Brownv 19 support - Grant, 4
are hostile to both tickets, and
two are still undecided. Of
the 74 weeklies, Semi? weeklies
' and tri-weeklies, J53 support
Greely and Brown, 9oiv Grant,
2 opposed to both' tickets, and
10 on; tW. fence. ;t .1.
' So it appears that the whole
German press of ' the country
: 129 papers 83 go for Gree
ley and'Brown and only 28
for .Grant.'' 'Never before has,
' the German, element been so
, unite'd and enthusiastic for any
; Presidential candidate as it now
is ;for Oreelep ' ' .-'Ulf'; '. '"
;Not Marty1 weeks ago a dis
tinguished pflice holder Jn the
New York Custom House ap
proached old Tom Alvord ait
Saratoga, say ipgVMr.; Alvord,
you must pome, put for .Grant
; without any;mor delay." The
" fItepublican,v party , wanta . to
make you; its; .candidate for
Governor this fall." . To this
, remark Mr; 'Alvord : said; AIf
you thought you . could elect
me I guess you would'nt want
roe for your,carjdidate.'' , Noth
ing would induce, me to accept
y;r yourt , nomination." ; r bo ' the
, conversution ended. ' And now
the Grant organs discover that
' Alford la a "jjorel
a a ''BQrehcad.''' "
"Private .telegrams .were , re
ceived;in London onSaturday,
from Belfast which report that
rioting had been renewed m
that city, and that several se
vere encounters" had occurred
between the! opposing parties.
The reports were, however, not
subsequently cpnnrmeiji oy u
patches to the press. ''
It appears that the fears en
tertained by the Spanish gov
ernment of another insurrection
in'thft' provinces bordering
France were justified by infor
mation received.! The uprising
of the revolutionists was faxed
or kthe 28th instf Preparations
epressatlYsdiforaer tpflft tmay
occof. and toe jjrencn govern
ment has been requested to use
precautions to intercept aid to
the conspirators from France.
The King and Queen have re-
mm - ,1
urned to Madrid trotm tneir
our through14 the; - northern
...... .i ? .OAv. A'' -'
nary elections for the Spanish
Cortea indicate, so far,' a deci
ded victory- for the- Ministers,
They have been successful in
twenty-seven chief towns and
a hundred and ' ' fifty-one' dia-
tricts. JBut t ,ten, towns and
fourteen districts were;' carried
by the Republicans, and nine
districts . and six towns , are
equally divided' between - the
two, portiea.j 'A .manifesto was
issued by the -Republicans on
tho morning of the day of
election, in which, they warmly
urged their voters to rally at
the oollsto fisht, the battle
agaiust monarchy. .They de
clare ,that Europe ,' awaits the
result, and a success would
strengthen the cause of dembc
racy throughout the Continent.
The Carlists do not appear to
have taken any ' f part in the
election'. ' ' 1 ' ' ,: ' ' ' '
There has been,another, and
it is presumed, a final split in
the Irisfrbandj its leader with
seven of the members, have
sailed for Europe, some of them
have gone to Canada, and two
remain in jn e w x orK ciiy;
The band of the Garde Repub
licairie, after- giving la -'concert
in Havre for the benefit of Al
satians who left their -homes
when the Germans occupied
Alsace,' left on' Saturday . for
Paris. , Dan Godfrey of 'the
the1, British Grenadier Guards'
Band. i9 said to be desirous jof
revisiting this- country on .a
professional tour.., k'U
b we thousand persons took
part yesterday in New Orleans
in a celebration by one or two
thousand nativer of Alsace and
Lorraine of their declaration of
allegiance to France. A pro
cession of a number of French
Societies was formed which
terminated at the Opera House,
where Vseyeral ' patriotic ad
dresses were delivered.'-'
North Carolina Election-
No Official Return Yet.
', Advices now come from Ra
leigh that at this day there are
only twenty-five cbnuties in the
State from which official, jre-
turris of the late election . have
been received. Tables printed
n, j.the Grant . organs prove
jro&aljMncorrect in thes0 cases,
)ut complete official returns
aVenbt' expected pritil the Leg
islature "meets' in 'November.
What possible object can be
accomolished ,, by this.', delay
save to, delude ,Jhe , people in
,r",il.. ! i.
tne lden tnat xne tnajoi ity ior
President, grant's candidate!; Ja
larger, inan .xne reiuius wju
show, it'i'and to keep off as Ibn'g
as 'possible' . the certainty of
Merrirnoby contesfand1 prQQ'
New York Tribune.
sertiba iif . ithe -second-rate-or
associatesr.were not . me , .musi
exalted 1 'then " yet .hoever
heard of him taking entertain:
mntjfrorjtt 'James Fisk,lor. At
tenditig 'a horse race) or JLnnch
incr . with Josephine Mansfield,
or playing" poker with Rufus
In2iallsor'w'wHtiufr vleters to
Rhnt un cold under the dicta-
ion ofAbe .R.' rby ! ; .
' Sarcastic' (Grantite, "You've
cot Sumner . and Banks, and
now I Bnppose you ; expect
Grant will' come onWfor Greeley
next." Confident "Greeleyite.
"No, not j ust yet.. We don't
want Grant to .come out'; for
Ortfilev until - the fourth of
March " '.
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ftU 'I'll IM 'I Ifll I.V WIIN IN (.
. JUL, MKD1CIHB. THAT ' "
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Scrofula, Consumption,' Syphilis In Its
many forms, Glandular Disons., Ulcers
in the Tlirout, Mouth) Tumor, Nuilus io the
Glands, and othor parts of the system; Sor
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the Cure of Chronio, Scrofulous, Constitution,
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Dropsy, Incontinence of Urine, Blight's Dis
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white of an egg. or tnreaus line wnite sun, or
there is a morbid dark , bilious appoaranco, and
white bone-dust deposits, and where thore is a
pricking, burning sensation, ami puiu in me
Small of the Bock, and along the Loins, In all
these conditions RADWAY'S. BARSAPA
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Pills perdny, will soon make a complete cure.
In a few daya the patient will be able to hold
and discharge water naturally without pain,
and the Uriiie will be restored' to its natural
clear and amber or sherry color.' i
TEE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy and vigorous
blood, that furnishes sound structure. Henoe
all suffering from -Weakening Disehargos,
either Male or Female, or from Uloors or Soros,
through the reparative processof ItADWAY'S
8ARSA.PARILI AN, are arrested, and the rup
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OVARIAN TUMOR CURED TUMOR OF
TWELVE YEARS' GROWTH CURED BY BAD
WAY'S EE30LVEST. ,
Bkvbblt, Mass., Jnly 18,1889.
Dr. Radwat ; I have had Ovarian Tumor in
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no help for It." I tried every thing
that was recommended, but nothing helped mo.
I saw your Resolvent, and thought I would try
it, but had no faith in it, because I had suffered
for twelve years . I took six bottles of the Re
solvent, one box of Railway's Pills, ami used
two bottles of your Ready Heliof; and there is
not a sign of a tumor to kt seen or felt, and I
fool better, smarter, happier than I have for
The worst tumor was In the loft
side of the bowels, over the groin.
i write tins
ts yon for the benefit of others,, . You can pub
lish if you choose.
' . HANNAH P. KNAPP.
IQ Price One Dollar.
EADWAY'S BEAST BELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty MinuteB ',; '
Not one honraftor reading this advertisement
need any one suffer with pain. , ,
RAD WATS BEADY BELIEF
18 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. ITWA$TIIE
. FIBST, AlfD 18 .
THE ONLY PAIN EEMBDY
That Instantly stops tho most excruciating pain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CUBES
. CONGESTIONS, ,
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Dowels, or
the glands and organs, by one application,'
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, the rheumatic, lien-riaucn, jnnrm.
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralglo, or prostrated
with disease, may suner, . .. . . ;
Badway's Ready Relief
Will 111 from ONI TO TWEHTT KINCTEI. afhrd
a and comfort, and this medicine, so rapid in
stopping pain, can be purchased Fifty Cents
trv merchant's store on this continont, and
within one hour's distance of almost every hab
itation In tho United Statos. . j . ,
. RBKUMA T18M AND KEtTKALOTA.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
Tf thosn who are now suffcrinn Pain, no mat
ter what tho cause may bo, or by what name
It Is called if external, apply- Radwav's
Rbady Relief to the part of the body where
the naln is present. If internal, SO drops, dilu
ted in water, as a drink. Whether Cramps,
pasms, Inflammation, uongoBtion,. Asiatic
'hninm. rhillsand Fnver. tho most violent, ex
cruciating and tortuiing pains will he stopped
in irom one to twenty uuuuvei. . .
PAINFUI. ATTACKS WHERE
EADWAY'S READY BELIEF
Will Afford Instant Eae i - -
INFLAMMATION OF THK KIDNEYS, "'W s
INFLAMMATION OF THK BLADDEE,
INFLAMMATIUXi OF THIS IWWISLa, !
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS
BJtMDi A UAVAlt lli1 i i jaub a haaiu)
PAL.V1TAT1UN IIF THIS MKAKT,
' OATABBH, INFLUENZA,
HEATAflHIt. TOOTHACHE. r'
COLD. CHILLS, AOUB CHILI.8.
The application of the BEADY BELIEF to
the part or parts where the pain or difficulty
exists will afford ease and comfort. 30 drops
in a half tumbler of water will, in a few mo
ments.cnre Cramps, Bpasma, Sour Stomach,
Hoartburn. Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tory. Colic, Wind In the Bowels, and all Inter
nal Pains. ......
Travelers should" always carry a bottle oi
RADWAY'S RELIEF with them. Afewdrops
in water will prevent slckneas or pains irom
change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or Bitters a a stimulant..
FEVER A1VD AUE.
FEVEE AND AGUE SOURED.
FEVER AND AGUE CUBED .
Ton FIFTY CENTS; 11
There la not a remedial agent In the world
that will oure - fiivics Auaufi
and all other Malarious. Bilious, Soarl't, T:
hold. Yellow ana owe Jievers iw vj
tadway'iPllU.lso aulolc M saawayt ttnaj
. ill- 2TO OIiT23
Personneed suffer, be they ever so much ex
posed to Fever and Ague, ft they will; only taks
tUopmnoUKRdulwaift PUU. Hundreds In the
west, whohave hitliertojeen doctoring at the
rate of one and two hundred dollars for few
months' treatment are keeping themselves and
famine free from rsratt ana ii
wire i b xivTtu A Tinit Am., for one or
two dollars a year, spent tor Radwav's Ready
lieileranu iiaaways rum uwuwii t
rim RKAnv nKf.iiiF will afford itufani Mat
p tlt. Price only Woenta per bottle, T ...
. . 41. oe was every -. ww"
Rubber Stopper. Sold at all,rnglrts, and at
Dr. Badway's offloe, Ko. i2 Warron, oor, Church
Btmt,Nw York. . -?r(l'Tc2
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Warranted to Effi
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C!onstlptrcler uf the lJlgestlvo 0rK8n i .
Wooa in f 'on. lDWrd Pll, Fullnoss of H e
nth. Ii..h Aniri tv of t ha Htoinavh,
or Welghlsartl.um, Wsgiis, of Food, JfullnosS
Blnklngor In Mis Umw)) ftr,' tl1'
Doiixmlionf tha Iisad. Hurried awl . Dlfflonll
Hrenthlnij, Klutterlng at tlie Heart, CboWfiic or
Suffocating Bensationa wlien in a Mug I'os.
ii f viulnn. Dot or We is liofore
the 8ight,Fever ftnfl Dull l'nlnl"
DenciSnoy of PerBplratlpn, yellowness ot the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Sldo, Chest, Limbs,
a5(l SidW rushes Of lleat, Burning In the
F1A few doses of HADWAf ?JU fin free tlie
svstom from alltheftlve-naaMdlorar.
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i For Coughs, Colds nil Horseness.'
Tliosn Tahlelt nresenttho Acid in Combina
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BALTIMORE, M D.
Tho next Annual Session of this Institute will
bejfin October 1st, 1872, an.d continue flvo months,
Tlio Clinical advantages of the School are unsur-
".'.s including uisscctlon and IIospI tul Tick
, 5. .
For CATALORTES rnntnlnlnir full luivtlnn.
lars apply to
l-roi. (JUAS. W. CHANCELLOR, Dean.
Cincinnati Wesleyaii Collif,
FOR Y'OUNQ LADIES.
Rev. LUCIUS H. BUGBEE, D. D.' Pre'et
The thMy-firtt year will open September 18th;
Thit i tin Jirst chartered College for young o
mtn of the U. S. It lias the finest oducntioual
structure in the West, and is entirely finished.
There aro now about four hundred graduntes.
The college has seven Departments, and a large
Faculty of able and experienced Teachers.
Charges reasonnble. Send to the Prcs't, at Cin
cinnati, Offor illuttrated catalogue.
KENNEDY'S Hemlock Plaster Price, 25 0
& Hemlock Ointment, Price 00 e.
at. u Ths proprietor hss suoceeded In
W? ntllliing the medicinal proportios
conwiuea in tne un, I'ltcii nnu
ilicsinoftbe Hemlock Tree, and
"TSHbS obtained a valuablo proparatlonlto
r$J-itjs be applied ss a salve or plaster for
'! ImI'si 'hoks of tho Back; Chest or Stom
' ' acl1' 1lles B"'t Bhenm, Scurvy,
cores, uicor minions, Dore torna,
Frost Kites, Chilblains, Bore Nip
ples & Breasts, Ringworms, Cha
Jlng antlBkin diseases of Inflam
HORSEMEN nso Hemlock Llnlmeuti curel Fool
Evil and goresof all (ltiscriptiona.
It Is not a plivsifi which mar Rive temporary
relief to the sulteror for the flirsi few iIohcs, but
whloh, from coniinupd use brings PI lea and
kindrod diseases to nld in weakening the inva
lid, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under the
popular name of "Hitters' is so extensively
aimed off on tlie public as sovereign remedies,
Ut it IS a HOST PUWEHPUL TONIO AND ALTERA
TIVE, pronounced so by the leading medical au
thorities of London and Paris, and has been
long usod by the regular physicians of other
couutriet with wonderful remedial results.
1?.' Weils' Extract oi . J
retains sll the medical .rirtue peoalisr to th
plant and must be taken as a wonuenui cu-
r.lv nirnnf. .
" Is there want of action in yor liver and
apleent Unless relieved t onee, the blood be
comes impure by deleterious secretions, proiui
olng scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches, Fsl.
ons, rusmiea, uanKer, rnnpies, .o., u.
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purify and re
store thevitlstsd blood to healthy action.
Have you a Dytpeptlo StomaobT VMfm
digestion is promptly soded the system Isdebll.
iintjA urtflt Inua fir v if.ai fnrcn. novertv of the
Blood, Dropsical Tandenoy, General Weakness
or Lstsitude. . .
. Take it to assist dlgestlen with Teactlon, It
willimpart youthful vigor tothewesry sufferer.
Have yon a weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Chronio Diarrhoea or the
Oread I ul inflammation or me bowok.
Take it to allay irritation and ward off ten
rlanatr fft InHammtr.innl.
Have you a weaknese of the Uterine o
Urinary Organs? You muat prooure inst ant
relief oryou are liable to sufferinf worn than
Take It to itrcngohen orjanlo wakM or
me oeoomes a puruen. ... . .
FlnallT it should be frequently taken to keep
tha vitamin nurfeot huRltll Or VOU r0 OtllSr-
wlss In great malarial, mlasmatiooroontagloui
JOHN Q. KtVLOOB, 18 Piatt St., New York
Bole Agent for the United Btates.
BveryMan his qwnFhysiciam:
mni! ,l.mnd for llsiloWBva nils ana
I Ointment, bss nempted unnrinolpled psrtlei to
oounterMt Ihecs vsliwtile meaieines. in onier io
proUwttbe public snd onrselv we mve i so
mw'Tfado Mark, eonalsllngof Kcyptlan clro Is of
sarpent, with tlio leuer n ip i" . .
oflisllowsy's Pills and Olndnenle will have this
. . . ...... w 1 1 K in. I it
it. with tho letter II In the oontre. Bvery liox
trnde mark on It; none are genuine wllhont U.
v aV, Y, Oll(lo''(,0 Bnl P'oprletom,
UIISMIOAU VO.. Dni i-ru,n.
k .. J8MalilnLne,li
i 29 jwaidon unasev sora.
' Jon D
Pa.sk. OiBOlunatl.Obip, Sol Afnt tor
,N MARHIAOE.-nappy Itellef for Toxng
I (v,..n tlmolTccts of Krrors and Abusns
In riv urn. Manhood restored. Nervous
debility cured. Impediments to MarrlaKe re
niiiviirt Now method of treatment. Now and
remarkable rmnedlo. Hooks and Olroulars
ii. ..I..., n.iunlr.ftitH
untiruo, U ni;i.; ;'"7""r'":- .minis
Address HoWAtt I) AfnOOIATION,
SSouth Ninth St., I'lilladulplila.ya.
Tn r ATVNIJiriPTIVES.
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. Tiie advertiser, having been pormnnently
enrfd of tliatclrimd dlseaHO.Consiiiiiptlon, by a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
his fellow snUiireni the means of enre. Toall
who (Ulo it, be H'ill send a copy of the pre
scription used, (freoof cliarge), with the, dliwi
tlonsforpieparlng end using the same which
they will And a sure Oubs i s-os. t'ONMUiirriiiw
Asthma, Hbonohitis e. Parties wishing the
Dreacrlutton will please address
,WT IMftaaM Wllltamsburgh,
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Wenvije itiHiiJion 'to our large and well select cd ! stock of
w.iit'iienil ' tliirdwnre, which we are going to Bell
Veryl jliow for CasH.
We are greatly e.Vposed to the ravages of fire, and as our stock
v. -"..: C is very larg' we nie bound to reduce it 1
, at reduced prices.
Quick 'Sales imd Small Profits for Ready Pay 1
Don't ask for
' L O 2sT O- dBBDITS!
, , . : . Wo have a good stock of
; Builflers Furniture and Calet-Mata Hariware.
1IISCELL VAIOI S HARDWARE,
BACKSKITHS' GOODS AND FARMING IMPIENENTS!
' Of all kinds, and a ood nsssortment of
R n fili ar Ornin fJriirllon. Sfivtlies. Forkfi. Ilakos and Sickols. ' Wo are
closing out our Btoclc of Shovel Plows
only ask vou to como and boo that we
Ell than any other Firm. We' are
CHAMPION MOWIN Q M ACHINEI,
and for tho "
CHAMPION and BUOKEYE WINE & CIDER MILL I
Wa mnlrn flin linnt. nf '
Which wo arc soiling very low.1 All
pairing dono with neatnes ana
SPOUTING AND GUTTERING Made and put up . HV'"'
"whenever called for. Don t forget tho place,
TrTar7rlsJ& Old. Stand.
NORTH SIDK l&AT2r STREET
SIMMONS & CLOU
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GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
Jf lTXJl.ll YIXlll lllti
An invention having a most Important Bearing on the future reputatiou of Reed Instruments,
by tlie use of which the quantity or Volume ot tone Is very largely increased, and the quality of
uio lone reuuurciT
Eaual to tbat of the 'Best ripe
Ourcelebrntod "Vox Ooleste." ''I-oulaPatent," "Vox Humana,'' 'VVIloorf Patent" Ootave Coup
ler, The charming "Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained onlv in the Oruana.
Thirty-five different Styles for the Parlor and
A IIV UVIb lUMlvrini mil, TT u. a iii aiintiiji.
. .i . . . m Quality and Volume of Tone Uunequalled
PB-IOHaSeClbo TO OSOO.
FAOTOBT ADS WAEEE00M3, COHHEB 6TH AND
Established in 1850.1 I ,
Adctresi 8IJIM0N3 Sc CIOTTOH
m i I 1 I- .,.l.l!J.
I keep oonstantly oa
' I manufacture to order andropairPurnltnreof all kinds, at the most roosonablo prices,
I am prepared to furnlah
COFFINS OF WWT
,m.. .mm ana tooompany
WTlx puMio ar inited to sail
S. O. SWIFT,
JSjt Olooo DPriooo for CamX. I
SPECIAL ATIENTtON PAID TO 01WER8,
about at COST. In short,--we
are actually sellinir Goodd LOW'
also Agents for tho
kinds of i'o-tlJL - i'faM
, IMI'-A-IRTIITTIR, OHIO.
Oil . ORGAN CO.'S
JlHiWi - X VKJCi'EU
Organs of the Same Capaoity,
COHORESS B1EIETS, DETKOIT, IdlCHIQAS
BUT aukhts wabtbuis icvicry COUSTY
OEOAN CQ Detroit, Michigan
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.... !'ilOilCh COWPANV?
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band every deioHptlon of )
M ODER N ST YLES.
STYLE ATD "VARIETY,
iem witn a nearse.
and estamlne my Stoot.
JFtxll Tradol f 107-3.
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Al FANCY IMS!
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BET HE SI) A
MINERAL SPRING WATER,'
V Of Waukesha, Wis.
This water is the acknowledged cum of the
hitherto Intracluhlo end Incurable dint'iise
known ss lliight's lllnease snd Diubctes.
. BRIGHT'S DISEASE
Is fatal to the kidneys, tlio body vrnstea away,
anil destroys life by stiirvntlou of (be blood.
rtn..nnn .,ttW r..nr,..H- A.tnln A nnno unit it !
grcnt thhut, conBtiputiou. Iosh of Htiongtlt ami
HOB II t
Of Propsy luivo hccnelloctfid. llrirk-dust 1
posit, Inlliimut Ion of the neck of tlio lllnililcr,
alkali mid gouty swoIIIuks. 1'or the liver it Is
unsurpassed. It is emliiciitly surviceublo in
tho Oruvel. T.iver All'octlons, Kidney, llladiler
and Urinary orgaiiB. Stone In Kidney, reten
tion of urine. Incontinence. ol' urine, billions in
fections, una disease incident to leiiinles. It
will allay Hlllntlamtttion of kidney and urinary
orirana in twenty-four hours, kWIiik limned into
relief. Also in Bcurlct Fever, it prevents the
kidneys from congesting, and remercsnll traces
of albiimcnerlu. Also cures gout snd rheuma
tism, THIS WATER
Has the mime gstod effect at the remotest part of
thecountry ns It has at tlio spring; It never
loses a purtlcleof Its meilUllciiiul (qualities by
package or triuiNloriiintioni is cleur, Hparklinic
and pleasant ti the taste, it can bo drank nt ail
AH over the country aro soiindinp; its prnlso (is
nn uncqualiMl inediclnal agent, and among
thoso who will bear testluionv to tho marvel
stiR euros perfected by it nn "them ns well ss
others, are tho Hon. 8. 1', Chnso, Chief JiiNtico
of tho United States, whose health has been
perfectly restored by its nso; tlio Hon. Win.
Windom, Senator from Minnesota; A. M. Hil
lings, President Peoples' tins Co., cliiengo, 111,;
the Itev. Mr. Ilrown, of Notre Daino Unlversi
ty, Indiana; Mr. Uuorgo 11. lion, 1'res. 3d Na
tions! Hank, Bt. Lmiisj Mr A. II. Pearson, 0111 N
Main street, Bt. Louts; Mr. O. H. Watt, Keokuk
Packet Co., Bt. Lou l;0. D. Hunt, of llunt'e Di
ning Hooins, No. 170 Vino street, Cincinnati,
and many others. All orders fur wntor prompt
ly filled. Bend for circular. Address
BARNUM & HcMILLEN,
Afents, 187 W. Fourth St.,
For ealo by Druggists.
"pATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
Mo ARTHUR NURSEEIES.
J. & "W. 0-OIjI3, Proprlet'rs,
INofTerlngonr stock to the Trade, we tender
our ackiiowlodiriMiicnts lor the liberal pat.
rnniiiro wo have herotoforo received, anil liopo
by promptness and Nlriot integrity in hiiNlness
to merit the support nnd ooiilbleiiccof tlie pub
lic. Our stock of
Is large and fliio now varieties. Our
Peach, Cherry, Plum,
Raspberries, Small Fruits, &e 4o
Will surpass nn y we hnro ever before offered.
( bilors solicited and promptly filled.
tsl'leiisesend for a Catalogue
Patentee and Manufacturer uf .
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Head Blocks, Post-Hob Eoren, &c,
Clarksburg, W, Va.
THK OriatMIUs, being portable, are on Iron
Strong, Durable, Elflcient,
And the best Mill ever made for all kinds ot
grinding; oan be easily attached to gavv Mills
or any other power, unci warranted to grind
Flour and Meal of a snporlnr qualltv at great
er rate of speed than any other Jlll'l, without
hentlngor other difficulty the weight being
1,400 pounds, occupying only t) feet square on
the floor. Will grind SO to 60 bushels por hour.
If within thirty days, the Mill does not prove
satisfactory, it may he returned and money
and all charges refunded,
liar ft Post-Hole ISorcr,
.A It guaranteed to make two holes
to one of any other; does its work rapr
i f Idly and perfectly,
SAVES ITS COST
No fault oan be found with it after
trial. Sent to any one on trial who
will seud me the endorsement of the
Post Master, Agents wanted,
I It A I1AUT,
Olarkiburg, W. Va.
FurmerH ami others cft'i see the
PoHt-tlnlcRnrer attbe Ennulrer Offtoe
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS I
O in. i
VI.Kn proiHwalH will ho recolvnd at tho of.
Ilco of tlio t.lerk of Elk Tpwpsh'ip, V inton
couuiy, uiuo, ppv?1. l,lw if""1 1 y. utwli t i
Saturday, Oetottertft, 1872,
for the conatructlnn of a Itullroad along the fol.
lowlnKjroute, to-wlt: Ueglnnliii at. a iMiint on
tho Soutlinrn boundry of said Towns hfi) where
the old ltoad-bod of tlie Scioto and Hocking
Valley Railroad crosses said boiindrv, being the
Southern terminus, along laid old: Koad-bed
through or m-ar to the town of MoArthur, and
thence to the Northern or AVoatern boundry of
said Township near the corner thereof, being
cordance with the provlalona oi an i ant olltl(4
an "Act to Authorize Counties, Clt os. Incorpo.
rated Villages amlTownslilps tohullil Kallroads,
and to Leano and Operate tlit itao," posed by
tlio (Jonoral Asaombly ol the State ot OMp, April
88d. m; the work to be done under tlio dlrcc
tion of a coin potent Engineer, to bo furnished
by said Township, and will Include tho (trading
and tlie building of all bridges and culverts,
fWnlul.lntr nw.au.tlltS. rails H11U SDlkBS, laying
track and bnllastlng, with all necosaary side
tracks, and dolnir and pnrtorming an tne wora
ary to the awupipnou eitjam
) of Hull-
and iiuttiuB the same In ruiiiilhtt ;t!','Br:TT
The contractor will he required to nirinan an
t n,.t.,r Intii boml with art proved
security that ho will pprfori i s aid work acror
ding to coiitrocts-and within a t no 1 nlU'd
therein, not exceeding two years. B W he
receive I for the construction or the whole ot
said lino of Kiillrood, or for anj part thereof,
tho bbl anecll'y lug tho part proposed to he built,
for tho greiitcst number of miles that will be
liullt for suid sum oi san.mw u inure. u nil-
liullt nir sum si"" ' f i' . i " n !
nroprlalcd lor lUo buililintr of salil road. Tho
work of coiiijti-netliin ,1v ill leB!!n0c.sl as uii
after Wind It glvon as poHslhlej aul'l work tp: lu
..,.1.1 f. ... iliit lmr llm lirnu-reBH of tho WOVK. in lie.
corihince with Section 5 of said act. Tho prolllo
of said ltiillinad,wlt.h estimates and spoclllca
tlons will bo seen at the olllco of sulci Township
Clerk on and after September With, 1H7)J,
The bids will ho opened and examined, nnd
the contract awarded as early us pract cable on
or after said Mill uf October, vmi and bidder
Will endorse on tho sealed envelope . unclosing
bids I "Proposal for Constructing Iliil iiiml,"
ami address tho aaino to tho Township Clerk or
- wk: v?kco!,"a.
MORBIS Kvanh, Township Clerk, ,
August if, lira.