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J, W. BOWES, Editor.
McAithwi-, Sept. Hi 1872.
General Butler and Brick
Pomeroy.
funeral Butler insults the
bwnart nf nn :. anr!ience -"of even
mediocre intelligence, when he
uses the following language;.
. "Recollect when you. vote
that to vote for Horace Uree
lev ia to vote to burn school
hou3es; a vote for murder 'and
the violation of women; a vote
to pay for, the, emancipated
slavey and for the payment; of
pensions to rebel soldiers. 1
Now let us see what the 14th
Amendment of the Constitu
tion says: . - ...:. : 1 :"
, "Seo. I. The validity of the
public debt ;" of ! the1 United
States authorized by law, in
cluding debts incurred for the
payment of pensions and boun
ties for services in suppressing
insurrection or rebellion,1 shall
not be questioned. ,; But .-'neither
the United States nor any
State, ehall assume or pay any
debt or obligation incurred 'in
aid of insurrection or rebell
ion against the United , States,
or an v claim for 'the loss or
emancipation of any slave; but
all such debts, obligations and
claims shall be held illegal and
void."
There is no man who knows
anything who does not -know
that every Democrat who sup?
ports Mr. Greeley recognizes
an tne amendments o -Mp,con'
stitutiori as binding andHalicI,
and will see them executed in
good faith. ""The only ' clas3 ' of
men who do not i.tnua accept
them, are the few .who. under
the lead of . "Brick". Pomeroy,
will meet at L6uiyille, in Sep
tember. These men' are to
day, the especial pets of. the
Administration ; there-3 is no
word: of condemnation V far
them, and it is almost impossi
ble that there live3 tosday so
ignorant and deluded a Demo
crat as to be caught by' the
cheap chaff of the Grant Ad
ministration, as displayed ' at
present by their support of the
convention at Louisville.--Their
only hope is . to divide
the Democratic party, thus se
curing the defeat ' of Greeley ,
and not ensuring the election
of whoever may be nominated
at this convention, but render
ing, assured the re-election of
Grant,' and the continuance of
his policy for an ensuing four,
years. Where is all the boast
ed sympathy of Brick Pome
roy and Blanton Duncan, and
others of like ilk, for the defeat
ed Southrons! Their present
'attitude only' establishes , the
fact, long since apparent to
many, that Brick Pomeroy is
an arrant humbug,' who made
an ass of himself, and at'- the
same time made', money,' by
appealing to Southern preju
dice and passion: and when
this had become stale and un
profitable, he sold ' himself to
the other, side for there is no
man so simple but must real
ize that this is a move of the
Administration, and that Brick
Jromeroy and Blanton " Dun
can are bought and ; paid
tools of the Kepublican party.
Can they not see that 'Butler
and Brick Pomeroy are seeking
tne same end, but by different
means. ButlerV role at
Charleston, in I860, is but "be
ing re-played by Pomeroy '. in
1872L Theae mea are alike in
other things. : :. Butler is the
pariah of the Kepublican, as is
Pomeroy of : the ,' Democratic
party. Jf ar nobile fratrum;
Fred. Douglass i ' who , heads
the Grant Electoral" ticket -in
New York, run for member of
the .Legislature , m. Monroe
county last fall. He was de
feated by his Democratic.' op
ponent by ; I,18G , majority.--The
rest of ' the " Republican
ticket was only "beaten" 145
votes.' He therefore 'ran 'be
hind 1.000 votes in 'k 'nortinn
of the city of Rochester. This
shows how his name strength
ens Grant's ticket. ' After 'the
negro on the ' .Electoral ticket
comes a uerman, ana then, an
American.' :
1 T,
No man in favor of the tem
perance cause can 1 suppo
Grant for the "; Presidency f - as
by so doing he will vote for 'a
man who, by1 examples- is its
most inveterate enemy ,';V
Who Goes for Greeley.
Tha following are tow of the prominent Re
publicans: ? i I
Charles Sumner, U. 8. Senate. ; '-j
Thomas W.TIptoa.U, 8, Hcnate. wJf
Carl Schur, U. S. Senate.
Lyman Tnimbnll, U. 8. Senate.
Eeubon & Fenton, V. B. SouaW. , . . ,
Gov. Chamberlain, of Maine.
Gov. Palmer,- of Illlpola. , ' '-j
Gov. Wa'rmouth, or Louisiana.. M '
Ex-Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania.
Ex-Gov. Cox, of Ohio.
Ex-Gov. Austin Blair, of Mlblan. ., ':
Salmon P. Chase, Chlof Justice of thepuprerae
Court.
.David Davie, Associate Justice Supreme
Court.'. - v '
Ex-Bop. Q. P. Spauldlng, Ohio.
Ex-Bep. D. C Llttlejokn, N. Y. 1
Bop. Samuel P. Horrell, of Maine.
Ex-Bcp. G. W. Julian, Indiana.
Ex-Bep. J. B. Grjnnell, Iowa- '. f
Ex-Bop. Galusha A. Grow, Penn.
Ex-Bop. J. K. Morehoad, . "
Ex-Gov. Merrill, of Iowa.
JJx- Judge Wlnans, of Ohio.
' txi-Heut jGoyCMafi of Michigan.
ex-bcj.. jr. n pfiggs, t 1 ; "ji ;
Ex-Rep. Jacob cj-rjs, f;fjj V.-S.
EBop'.;harle Hughee, Kew Yorlif
Ex-Bop. B. J. Strickland, Michigan.
Alexander T. Stewart. ; -. : . - '
Ex-Bop. Donnelly, of Wisconslu.
David A. Wells.
Gen. Banks, of Massachusetts.
Gen. Hooker, of California.
General Pleosanton, of Now York. . v
Gen. Banning, of Ohio, and host of others.
DEMOCRATS ' t-.V - .
Allen. Q. Thurman,.U. 8. Snatr.,'A .
George H. Pcndlotouy v,t; , V1
Rufus P. Banney.
Hugh J. JewetL ! '
George W. Morgan, M. C. ' ' . .
Phllodelph Van Trump, M. C.
Prank McKlnney, M. C. " ! , '
Charges F. Lamison, M. C.
. Horatio Sevmour. ; : ' " , '
. John T. Hoffman, Governor of N. Y.
James B. English. ' j j ' '
Thomas A.' Hendricks. ' '
James B. Doollttle.
C.B.Buokalew. C" " f
Thomas T. Bayard, V. 8. 8cnate.'
Major Gen. W. 8. Hancock. '
George B. MeClellan.
Governor Vance, Nortk Carolina.
Judge tatoiJ,IUino.4 I j J J 1 l ( i
Dan. W. Voorhoci iuuiaaa. ! j
Wllliaiix Allen, ,Exenator. , i
Wllliwji 8, Qrojpboekiii, .
Who Goes for Grant.
j
DKMOCRATB.
Brick Pomeroy.-' 'M ' . ' i
Blatant Duncan.
Flanders, i r
BKPCBLICAN8.
Ben Butler, who voted fifty-nine times for
Jeff. Davis, in the Charleston Convention.
John A. Logan, who said loss tban-a year ago
that "Grant was so drunk at Shiloh that he
could not lie down decently."
Simon Cameron, the great corruptlonlst of
Pennsylvania. . t X "
Guerilla Mosby, who burned a car during
the war, in which a German woman and ber
child lost their lives. . t
Toombs, who declared his intention to call
the roll of his slaves at Bunker Hill,
Gen.Babcock. v
Gen.Portor. .
Senator Wilson, the. great 'Enow Nothing,
now Grant Candidate for Vies President, but
who said that Gen. Grant drank too much. 1
The Chorpennings.
" The McCarrahans. , ,
.The Land Grabbers.
General Order Leet . .-.. .. i
The Perkins Claim Swindlers; '
The Office Holders.
! Gift Enterprise Proprietors. ' ;' !.
: John Chamberlain, the Long Branch Gam
bler. . .,,' ,-
Tom. Murphy.
Jesse Grant,' father of Useless.
Old Man Dent - '
Young Dent -
Another Dent, Ac, Ac,
, To-day the following change
es in the officers of ' the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad will
be made: Mr. J. L. Wilson,
who has, as Master - of Trans
portation for the last six years,
proved himself an . able and
careful office resigns that
position, but cbntinues iu
charge of the road department,
the duties of which require his
entire, attention.' ' Mr, John E.
Toole, the present Assistant
Master of Transportation also
resigns, ana mr. x nomas a.
oharp will succeed Ahim., W.
Prescott Smith,1'Eq.; ; who 'has
been for six years the President
of the Air Line between Wash
ington and New Ybrk, will
resume his old position as Mas
ter of Transportation , of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
We are sure that no better
ejhoice, and 1 certainly none
more acceptable to the travel
ing public, could nave been
made than that of-the genial,
popujar and energetic- gentle-
mari whoj' to-day, assumes the
arduous, responsible position
which for many years he hlled
so well. . . ' ', 'w ''. '
Granville Stokes, '" Esq., of
Warren county, is the Presi
dential Elector on the Greeley
ticket in the 1 bird District.
Tr 1 OKQ fn?6nftr xraara arm
he, was elected a . Presidential
Elector, and voted . for Pierce
and Xing for ,;, President and
Vice-President. We ", consider
his reappearance can .omen of
good luck. . Granville is ; one
of those Democrats who . can
always be-trusted -to - do the
j ight thing a the "-right V time.
Those men who 'cry out
''Renecade ; sore-head ; Rerjub
licans, corrupt Democrats, dir
tv nondescripts... fag - ends of
creatian. ' &c wnen sncn men
asTrumbull. Schurz. and Banks
denounce the corruption of
Grant's administration, it
should be remembered, are but
shiallowxpated aap-heada, too
illiterate ;o ,; distinguish ' be
tween brains and bull-puppr-iahi.v
v Kikero , will take . notice
arid govgr n himself according
HEALTH AND " 'BEAUTY!
Strong and Pure Rloh Blood I
oroaaa of Flwh and Weight
, Clear Skin and Beautiful
. Complexion,
SECUltED TO ALL
E AD WAY'S SAE8APARILLIA
... v EES 0L VENT ' X
'
,
BAB ' MADK THR MOST ASTONI8HIN
CUR KB. 80 QUICK, SO RAPID ARE
TilK 01IANGK8 TUB BODY UNIJKK-
nrwu nunvu Til V TWITT.TTVW'W
rVh MKD1C1NB. THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
i Weight is seen ana jf ea.
Scrofula, Consumption, ' Svplillls in its
many forms, uianumnr uiseas, uicen
in tlm Throat Mouth: Tumors. Modus in the
Glands, and other parts of the system j Bore
Eyes, Strumous Disoliargeg from the Ears;
Eruptive Diseafws of the Eyes, Nose. Month,
ud llieformsof Hkln IMsoases; Eruptions, Fe
ver Sores, Scold ilexd, King-worm, Suit Rheum
Erysipelas, Ague, Black Spots, Worms iu the
vinuli TiimnrH. Gunners in the Womb, and all
Wanknninir mill Painful liacharar8: Nliht
SwenM. aud all Wastns of the Life Principle,
are within the Curative Range ot Rmlway's
Saraaparlllian Resolvent, and a few days', uso
will prove to any person using it for olthsr of
these forms of disease its potent power to cure
them.
Nnt onlv does the BAR8APARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT excel all known remedial aicnts In
the Care of C'hronio, Scrofulous, Constitution,
Skin and Syphiloid diseases, but It Is the only .
positive remeay ior
KIDNEY, BLAnDER,
Urinary and Womb Diseases. Gravel. Diabetes,
nmiuir. Incontinence of Urine. DriKht's Dis
ease, Albuminuria, and in all eases where
thefe are Brick Dust Deposits, or the water is
thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the
. ' . 1 1 IILh .1.1. a sill
WI1IU) OI an KKKi "r Hirenun no wiuuo on, vi
there Is a morbid dark, bilious appearance, and
white bone-dust deposits, and where there is a
pricking, burning sensation, and pain In the
Small of tha Back, and along the Loins, . In all
then conditions kawvvai o nAiioArA-
HILLIAN KKUL)VJSisr,nioea Dyuie applica
tion of Railway's Ready Hrellef to the Spine
and Small of the Hook, and the Bowels rcgula
ted with one or two of Hadwny's Regulating
Pills perdav, will soon maace a compiuie curs,
in fnvr riava the natient will be able to hold
and discharge water haturally .without pain,
and the Urine will be restored to it natural
dear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are mi nnllod with new. healthy and vigorous
blood, that furnishes sound structure. Hence
all suffering from Weakening Discharges,
either Male or female, or from Ulcers or Sores,
through the repsrative processor jiaiuvai b
8ABHAPARILIAN, aro arrested, and the rup
tured ortrani healed. '
OVAEIAN TUMOR CURED - TUMOR - OP
TWELVK Y aAKS UKUW I'll UltttU BX HSU
, WAY'S BESOLVENT.
1 . Bivbkly, MASS., July 18, 1869.
Dl. Radway i I have had Ovarlnn Tumor in
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no holp for it." I tried every thing
that was recommended, but nothing helped me.
I saw your Resolvent, and thought I would try
it, but bad no faith In it, because I had suffered
for twelve years. I took eixbottlea of the Ro
solvent, one box of Railway's Pills, and used
two bottles of your Ready Relief; and there is
not a sign of a tumor to be seen or felt, and I
feol better, smarter, happier than I have for
twelve years. The worst tumor was In the lea
side of the bowels, over the groin. I write this
ts you for the beueflt of others. You can pub
lish if you choose.
' KANNAH P. KNAPP.
tPrlceOne Dollar.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
(hires the worst pains in from One to
v . Twenty Minutes
-Kotono hour after reading this advertisement
. need any one sutler wttn pain. .
BAD WA TS BEAD Y BELIEF
13 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. IT WAS THE
F1MST, AJNUltJ
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops the most exeruolatlng pain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CURES
coNuiamuws,
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Rowels, or
the glands and organs, Dy one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
Bain, the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, InOrm,
rippled, Nervous, Neuralgio, or prostrated
with disease, may suner,
Had way's Ready HHef 1
Will III from ONI TO TWINTY MINUTES. abrd
tu and comfort, and this medicine, so rapid in
stopping pain, can be purchased Fifty Cents
kn.tl. I ... , t nan... 1 t ir ,r U 'u II 11 ll .III II.
pi DirtHO a, niiiiiov wiv. j "rj6MV www
try merchant's store on this continent, and
within one hour's distance of almost every hab
itation in the United Status.
RUKUMATMM AtiU jlKUllALUIA.
RHEUMATISM AND SKORALOIA.
If those who are now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the cause may be, or by what name
it ia r.Hlled if external, aim IV Radway's
Ready Rkliif to the part of the body where
the naln is rjresent. If internal. SO drops, dilu
. ...I iH wa.AM aa a I ... n V Whnlhnii I'm m im
U lit . I. H. a . 1 . .. . ..W1...W. VB......cj,
Spasms, Inllammation. Congostlon, Asiatic
Cnolora, Chills and Fever, th moat violent, ex
croolating and tortuiing pains will be stopped
in from one to twenty minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
RADWAY'S READY' RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease :
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDEB,
INFLAMMAiXUJl Or T11K dUWALB,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS
80EE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING.
F Al.f 1 t'A I ION (IF TUM AlHAKT,
HTBTKIII08. CROUP. DIPHTHERIA.
OATAEK1I, INFLUENZA,
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE,
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
me application 01 tne hmui miirj iu
tn nsvn or nsru wnere tne DHin uruiiunuiiy
exists will afford ease and comfort. 20 drops
In ahalf tumbler of water will, in a low mo
ments, enre Cramns. Bnasms. Sour Stomach.
Heartburn, Slok Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, uouo, v ino in me uoweis, una mi iump
nniPRliiH.
Travelers nhonlrl always carry a bottle of
KAU W A I n .ltijir witn mem. a lowuroi
In water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water, it Is better than Frenoh
Brandy or Bitters a a stimulant.
FEYER AND AGUE.
PKVKRAND AGUE SOURED.
FEVER AND AGUE CUBED
POR VIVTY TKBTfl:
There Is not a remedial agent In tbei world
that will cure FEVER AND AGUS, ,
and all other Malarious, Billons, sJcarUt. Ty
phoid, Yellow and other Fevers . (aided by
Radway's PUls,) so quick as Radway's Ready
tteuei. ... ,i . , . , ,
IflHIUIiniUmUDI.UI HJ w.w . -"" . , ,
posed to Fever and Agne, If they will only take
Radway's Ready JUujir, andkoep their bow
4I4 opm uitK Radwtv't rUlt. Hundreds In the
west, who have hitherto been dootorlng at the
rate of one and two Imndrpd dollars for a few
two dollars a year, spent for Railway's Ready
Relief and Radway's Pills (ooated).
Tha READY BELIEF wilt afford instant lots
ili nil PrtiiAftnlv Mi AAnlA nAF hnttlfl.
n. 11. j mod mat every n-onia 11 " nu mu
Rubbor Stopper. Bold at all Druggists, and at
nr. itaaway s omco, jio, w narren, cur. vnmou
street, iw inn. .. .
DB. SADWAY'S PERFECT , CUBA.
. PKRPMOTLY TASTELESS.
Eleeantly Coated wltk RwsstOtun,
piiRiiir. mtnnT.ATio pnnii.'
-APR AND
Siuiiliuiaui
Radway's PilU,
ALL DISUaUKUS vr in is htumavu, 1,1 reu.
BOW 1,8, K1VNSYS, Bf.ADDKB, tfKHVOVa
IfjanAtino, titmimvun. vvjubimi-h 1
QOHTIVKNKHS, JNDIGK8T10N, DYSPEPSIA
jsliitrvair Bne JJtLrtisua j o, w im, j a AJdAm'
MATIOHOf MS BOWELS, PILES, and all da-
1 ..I.. i. 1 ln......M
rangoniBiitsoi iiAnMfrDM vwuni.
Warranted to Effect a Positive Cure.
rUKW.ii KirraBijK,
CONTAINING NO MERCURY, MINERALS 0B
- VJBOlZillwUlUUQ VUUIU.
or Welghteartburn. Disgust 0 Poyd, ullijess
Blnklngor in the Hloraach, Hour Krunbttions,
, . FlutterlnKattliaPltoftlieStomach,
Swlmmlngof the Head, Hurried and Mlllcult
nrentnillK. J llltbonnv ll.iiwXiwarb, iiiuaurim
a .Mr . I . . L 11 -- I .... . K..n 1 a. M T I a. ar U.-
DUUWnuu( nouBiiiii'iin .".'. .m "'J""B - "w
ture. Dimness of, Vision. Dots or Webs bofnre
tne Btgnt,ever ami inn jtiwi in nm jibou,
Deficiency of Persnlratlort, Yellownnss of the
kn and Kyes, rain in tne ram, uinmt, iimm,
andBifddeu rluslies ot iieat, Burning in tha
A o'w doses of Hapwat' Pixi.8 will free the
- . . . 11 ..... - ..r.a.1,1 ll.l-a.lva
ystera inmi iiiiw.'i"v'.i,i"ww..'
Frio S5 CtnU Pa B,
: 1 Vo, Oil, Wsrren, eor. Church St, N. X,
"ri ! R2AS7A1SE A5D TRUE.
Send ons letuir stamp to RADWAY CO.
... aaaa . . . ...... .V. Q. n.,h U V a. L
HO, 04 WHrrTI(VUr.AIMirwll dwJ".i
Inmrmuloo worth thousands will be sent you.
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WMARRIAGE.-IIiippy lu-llt lor l'oxug
juun rrom tneenecu 01 rrrii)' una aoiisud
in early lire. Hanhoad rcstoroil. Nervous
debility cured. Impediments to Mnrrluge re
moved. -New ineuiou 01 irestnient. rew aim
repiarkable remedies. Books und Circulars
cut free, In senlod envelope,).
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No,
J South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. i-tl'
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertlner, having been permanently
cured of thatdieud disease, Consumption, by a
simple remedy, is anxious to inuke known to
his follow sufferers the means of cure. To all
who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used, (tree 01 cunrgej, witn me, aireo.
tlons forpiepnrlng and using the same which
they will II ml a sure Cukk KOa Consumption
Asthma. Uxonghitis Ac. Parties wishing the
prescription will please address ' -
, Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
.' . lsel'onn St Wllllainsburgh, .
' I TOIT WAKT TO OBT ALL TOtTB
O Waht to
mm
Art Kikd or
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pany, Cincinnati) O. ,
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS !
CEALED proltosals will lie received at the of
O lice of tliu Clerk of Elk Townshiu. Vinton
county, Ohio, vatil the hour of 1 o'clock P. M.,
on ...
Saturday October 12, 1872,
for the construction ef a Railroad along the fol
lowing)route, to-wit: Beginning at a point on
tne southern Dounory ot said xownsntp wnere
the old Road-bed of the Scioto and Hocking
V alloy Railroad crosses said boundrv. belli? the
Southern turniiilwi, along said old Road-bed
tnrougii or nrar to tne town 01 jnoArtnur, anu
thence to the Nortliern or Western boundry of
said Township near the corner thereof, being
the Northern terminus.
Bald lino of Railroad w U be constructed in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act entitled
an "Act to Authorize Counties, Cities, Incorpo
rated Villages andTownships to build Railroads,
and to Lease and Operate the Same," passed by
the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, April
23d, ltfli; the work to be dono tinder 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 culvert,
furnishing cro-ties, rails and spikes, laying
track; and balloting, with all noccssury side
tracks, and dol(g and performing all the work
noccssury to tha completion of suid line of Rail
road, and lmttiig the same in running order.
The contractor W ill be required to furnish all
materials, and to enter into bond with approved
security that lip will perform said work accor
ding to contracts uud within a time limited
therein, not exceeding two yours. Bids will be
received for Die construction or the whole of
said lino of Railroad, or for any part thereof,
tlio bid specifying tlio part proposed to be built,
ami me price per nine uir uiuming tne same, or
for the greatest number of miles that will be
uunt fui- Bittil sum urs-in.ooo so hs aforesaid ap
propriated foil the building of sulci road, The
work of construction will be comniouced as soon
after bond Is given on possible; said work to be
paid for duriug the progress of tlio work, in ac
cordance with Section 5 of said act. The nmtlla
of said Hailrwail, with estimates and specifica
tions win do seen at tno oiuce 01 said i ownsnip
Clerk on and alter September 25th, 1872.
Tlio bids will be opened and examined, and
the contract awarded ns early as practicublo on
or alter said 12th of October, lifts ; and bidders
will endorse on tlic sealed envelope enclosing
bids: "Proposal for Constructing Biiilroad,"
and address the snmo to the Township Clerk of
Elk Township, Vinton Co., O.
( iir.Mti jikkkuliU. ) Trustees
, LEVI WYMAN, ElkTp..
JA8. B. JOHNSON, V. Co., O.
MoBRifl Kvakh, Townahlp Clerk.
August 14, 1872;
THE NEW Discover
In Ckemloai and Hedioal SoUnog,
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FinST AND 0SI.V Ff)T,T-TTON' (w mad
In one niixtlm rt AM. 'JJIE 'IWELfE
TalusbU sutiva) prim al.i or thl Vtll kuown
twratlve aseat, .,. '
PINK 'I T.KE TAIlt "
vNEaUALl. I j f'yh, ' Colds, CaUrrh, "
Atbmi lli(iKl.l;'i. und p onsuAiptlpn. , . .,,
CTJttJJ lVrrjIOU'T -pAI-Li
A resnt sold In thrff t? ,1t hottrn : and alto,
y iu VITALIMINU, jPVHTFVINQ and BtL .
11 ULAT1NU iimu upon the gvnera) Pfitcin, ;
Is nnrnrluibW etlliwiout in all , '
I)ISI3AI', OF THE ntOOD.
tnoluding bcrotula and ErupUons of tha skin, ;
DysiMpvTs, Distiuws of the Liver and Kiduep,
ZUaitSIiMe,idOneralDebUiiy. -
i ONE TIA CONVINCES I
Volatile Solution of- Tar
Pot INHALTION withsnt application of t
HEAT. J reoarksblyVALUABLK discovery. 1
a thswhtfl ) n boarrid in the vast
pocket, rudv ft uiy'tbn for the most effectual
and positirelyturaiive us id "" ' - , m - .
All Dlseaa f the NOSE, TiniOAT .'
. ,d LUNtis. .. , . '
' 73R COMPOUND " "" ' ,
Tar and Mandrake Pill,
for urn in conntutlon with the ELIXIR TAR,
la a comliinstion of tlia TWO most valuable .
ALTERA'l'lVJ'. )Iudiolna known, la the Pro.
faaaion, and raiders this rill without exosptlon
tha very boet sver olferWI.
Tha SOLUTION and COUTOUND ELI1IB of
la wltli
bout doibt tha Bt remedy known in
Ol ' :. " . ' ' '
Bases
CHOLERA i AND YELLOW FEVER,
ItissBneolflororaiiuhdlMuca, and should be
kept ia (lie lmiMehild ot avsry family, aapaolally
during those months in which ' ..
CHOLERA AMD YELLOW FEVER ;
an liable to prevail. A smell quantity taken
dally will piKTene ooutnwting theaa tarrlbla .
dleeatea. .... - , . ,
Bolutlon and Cojnpound Bllilt,LM por Boltle '
Volatile BololUn for IhhkUtion, J.OOper Dot ',
Jar and Msndivo Pills, JOota por box. . , .
ndforClroulfrof POSITIVE OVnEI '
U your DrligjlftjbriiV'. V,. ' . -
L. r. OTOE & CO..
" ',1,.; TbOL-I 4?OFHIETORB
110 Ji, St., Si tno York, ,
o
CBBAT,,:BABa-A'IIS 1 ;
'ft' it
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VYe invite attention to our
. 1: ' in 1 it V
uenerai namware, Avhich we are going to sell
Very -Hjoxy for Cash.
Wet are greatly exposed to the. ravages of fire, and as our stock
( is very large we are bound to reduce it .
!, ,;; at reduced prices.
Quick Sales and Small Profits for Ready Pay !
' . , ', Don't ask for.. , ........ .-.,... t
. L O 3sT a- O JEl IB ID I T S !
,!' 1:
, .Wo have a
f Fnrniture
1 OBCoiiiso' 3Ptxrrilslilaasr
misceli;aieo us hardware,
BACKSMITHS', GOODS AND F ARMING IMPLENENTS!
Of all kinds, and a good asssortment of '
HABYBSjr TOOLS,,
! Such as Grain Cradles, Scythes, J'orks, Eakes and Siokols. We are
blosing out our stock of Shovel Plow's about at COST. . In short, we
onlv ask vou to come and see that we are aotuallv sollintr Gonda r.O TF,
Ell than any other Firth. We 'are
CHAMP ION' MO W
f : ' 'and. for
0IAMPI0N . and BUOKEYE
Wo make tho best of
) .. t ..ill-! ' . 1
rp T T . WT A-,.:
Which we are belling' very l6w'.' All
, pairing dono with neatnes and
SPOUTING AND GUTTERING Made and put up.. Vv,,i;
1 whenever called for. Djon't forget tho place, 1 '
KCcivlsL's Old Oto.ri.c3,,
north side 2A.I-CT STBEET , M'HTirTJI, OHIO.
, ; ; mcuMOND & uumr.
. SIMMONS & CLOUGH : ORGAN CO.'S
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1WK
TZ . . .; It ' i StMMONt & ClouchI
WW X '.'HriJ
v?f.Jii:'ir:."
r ml
'Vf !'!.. iiti.v.f'W,l!
.... Vr , . . ..Jhfc.
i tjy i: . -i It
l.t tifj. n'ii
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
A n invention hnvlnc a most Important Boariniron thefutnra remitationofRoeil Instruments.
by the use of which the quantity or Volume ol
(lie ujue.renuureii 1 i
Eaual to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
Ourcelebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent," "Vox Humana," 'Wlloox Patont" Octave Coup,
i , , , ler, The charming "Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL TJ1E LATE IMPROVEMENTS
I 1 i ' Pan lie obtained only In the Organs."
Thirty. flvo different Btyloa for thp Pnrlor apd Chiiwh.'- , "'
. The best material and Workmnnslill).
, ,, ,, , . i j ':(..
xmioias,i5SOTOfijs3oo.
FAOTOBT AND WABEHOOMS, COEKEB 6IH
JCBtabllshed in I860. 1 r
Addrep SIUMOa & CLOUGH
l )ieepopsfantlyon band
FURNITUBE VO F i M 0 It N STYLES.
7ImannfaoturtoordrilwpttlrVprnHBrep' nq't ireaaqnaWP prioes.
.i , ., I aro prepared to Xurnlsll ,
COFFINS OF ' EVERY , BTLB . AND VARIETY
' 1 ' ' ' ' and aooompsny them with a Hoarse. ' ,. , ,. . . .,
sHTTbe) pnllloar lnvltad to oall and xatntno my Stock. ,
" i M-.v!-.r-'-j " - PARIS HOItTONa'.
Jpatu. Traao !
, v ..7; " 'TOKILXjIOOT-HCEI, o.
STAPLE ffl FANCY GOODS
; f , r ( t . ;
"i ;
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j!Lt Olooo; 3Pxriobo foir OciejIx !
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t ' I ! . .1
V..r! (i 'J 'I V
, SPECIAL ATTENTION
"'.! . .
4 - A.a?.
'large and well selected stock' of
. .. . . .
good stock of
li Cattet-Mte Hariiare. ;
Wso Agents for tho , ! ;. ; .
I N Q M A C H I N E !
the 1 -
, WINE & OlDER MILL I '
fD X? I m.i'W.
kinds of re-5- C
dispatch. ' w
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QUALIFYING TUBES,
tone is very largely Increased, and the quality of
ftualltyund Volume of Tone Unnequalled,
AKD tOKOHE8S BTKEETS. DETROIT, UOHiaAH
Bitif AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY t'OUMTY
OEQAN CO., Detroit, Michigan . .
!
. eysry description of i . .. .
X0723.
!.,' ,' t .ft,:' fu', --,f :
ufit'SSb
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PAID TO ORDERS.
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PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTBYI
v .' . ' : j - " " "
Mo ARTHUR NURSERIES.
3". &c "W. C3-OLD, Propriefrs, ,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
INolTorlngourstock to the Trado, we tender
our ackmowlodiremcnts for the liberal pat.
ronage we have heretofore received, and hope
oy promptness ana strict integrity in dhhiuhsh
to merit tho support and oonlldenceof the pub
lic. Our stock of
A pple Trees
Is large and fine new varluties. Our
Peach, Cherry, Plum,
Evergreen Trees, .;. ;
Ilaspberrles, Small Fruits, 4c, Ac, i
Will surpass any we have ever before ofTerod.
arOrders solicited and promptly filled.
BLi,Please send for a Catalogue.
Fatentoe and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
. i. Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Holo Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, W. Ta.
THE Grist Mills, being portable, are on Iron
Frame!, and
strong, Durable,1 Efficient,
And the best Mill ever made for. all kiwis ot
(rrlndlnir : can be easilv attached to Saw Mills
or any other power, and warranted to grind
flour and Meal of a superior quality at great
er rate of speed t..nn any othor Mill, without
neatingor otner mmcuity tne weignt ueing
1,400 pounds occupying only 8 feet square on
the floor. Will grind w to 60 bnshols per hour.
If wltbin thlrtv dava. the Mill does not Drove
satisfactory, it may bo returned and money
and all charges refunded, . , i
Ilart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is guarranteed to make two holes
to one of any other; does its work rap
Idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
M 01 MI!
Nofunltcnn be found with it alter
trial. Sent to any, one on trial who
will Mud me the' endorsement of the
Poet Master. Agents wanted.
IK A HART,
Clarksburg, W. Va.
fin
Q.ENERAL. ELECTION.
J31XO rlfT'Q
SIIKRIFIT'S OFPICK, J
Vinton County, Ohio, September 8, 1872. (
10 the Qualified Voters of Vinton County,
i Ohio:
WHEKEA8, By the Laws of Ohio regulating
elections, it Is required of tho Sheriff of his
county to give notlc.o before the time of hold
ing a general election by proclamation
throughout the onmitv, of the time on which
such election shall he holden I
In pursuance of such requisition, I, DANIEL
BOOTH, Sheriff of Vinton County, Ohio, do
hereby proclaim and make known that the
Second Tuesday in October, A. D. 1872
Being tha 8th Day or said Month,
Is by the Constitution and Laws of Ohio, ap
pointed the day on which the qualified eloctors
of Vinton County are notified to meet in their
respective townships, at their usual or proper
planes designated for holding elections, between
the hours of 0 o'olock in the forenoon and 8
o'clock in the afternnoon of said day, and then
and there proceed to vote by ballot for the fol
lowlug officers, to-wit:
IST-ATim OPPIOEB3:
Ono Secretary of State for the Stata of 01)q;
One Judge of the Huprome Court fur tle State
of Ohio;
Oae Member of the Board of Pnbllo Works fop
the State of Ohio.
IilS-TKIOT OFPICIQEa
One Representative to Congress for the Klevonth
Congressional District, coinposod of the Conn.
'' tics of Vinton, HoekingIackson,Uallia, Law.
rence and Scioto.
Ono Judge of the Conrt of Common Pleas for
the Second SulirDi vslon of he Seventh 3w:
fllal DlHtriot, com posed of the counties of vji
Jm, Jaeknon, LnwiTiue, Sekto wild l'lke, to
11 the vacancy ocoiuloned by the resignation
of Hon, w, W. Johnson. ,,,
cioTj-isra?- ofpicbrs :
One Sheriff for Vinton County;
One Clerk of the Courts for Vinton County;
One Treasurer for Vinton County!
One Probate Judge for Vinton County t
One Commissioner lor Vinton County '
One Coroner for Vinton County.
j ' -
' APPORTIONMENT OF JURORS.
And the Trustees of tha several Townuhlna In
said County are hereby notified that the follow
Ina number of Jurors are auDortioned tn thir
Townships respectively, and that they are rp,
quired to selpct the said pumbor and make re,
turn thereof to the Clerk of the Court of Coin
moa Pleas, together with the Poll-Sookr .
Elk.
.IT
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Vn.il. .
Wllkesviiie'.'.'
Knox ,,
Richland .....
Harrison . ....
Swan .....
Clinton
Vinton
Jackson ......
Madlsoa ;
Brown
Given nndor mv hand, at mv ofllcn. In afc.Ar.
thur, tbil lid day of fttapiemhur, A, 1, IXts,
i v DANIEL BOOTH,
I Sheriff of Vinton County, Ohio,. -
September 4. 187. . ,
HISOWNfHYSICIAMJ
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OaAATriCMNV
TBBIinmenas demand for Mallowey'e PilU anil
Ointment, lias tempted nnprlnilplnd parties lo
eeantarfelt lliece valuable m.illolnee. In onl.r 10
protwt Ui nubile and onrselvfs, w have lagnea a.
sew "Trade Uark."eonelsllngof Kyptl.n elre I of a
serpent, with the latter li In the eentre. Every box ,
Ilallolray's Pills and Ointments will hat this
trade mark on it; none are genuine witnow u,. ( . i
1 W, T. OBsaiOit Co., Bole I'reprletins 1
I , 18 Maiden Lane, New York.
John D. P, Olnalimatl.Olilu, Sols Agent lor
the Bute.
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tollAN

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