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McAtthur, Sept. 25. 1873.
Paying the Debt.
The great ding-dong kept up
by " the Radical press over the al
leged virtue of the present Ad-
ministratioil in reference, to .its
ranid Davment of the Public
Debt, showi that Grant's follow
era reiv unon deceDtion on this
point in particular, for Jhelp in
their day of tribulation ana sore
trouble.
We have shown up the falsity
of this claim repeatedly, but the
orean Errinders hanff on. to , it
with the tenacity of a death grip,
and it becomes necessary, or at
least expedient, to keep the
truth of the matter before the
people. ' . ' '
. We cut the following from a
recent speech of Gen. Banks; it
will amply pay attentive perusal:
They say they have paid off
the debt to a very large extent,
and I say that is the very thing
they ought not to have done to
tax the soldiers of the army, the
fathers and mothers of soldiers,
and their orphan children, to
pay a debt of three thousand
million dollars that if they had
taken that sum and with it in
creased the industries of the
country, in twenty-five years the
debt would pay itself from that
increase. That policy "is not
right or advantageous or wise,
and thev would be ashamed of
speaking of it if they had the in
telligence to comprehend the abr
surdity of their plea. But if it
is a wise policy, it does not "be
long to them. They found it
and executed it; they have done
nothing but imitate the policy of
other Administrations. I sup
pose they could not spare money
enough to pay off as much of the
debt as Andy Johnson paid , off
in his Administration. Why,; as
early as 1862 Mr. Chase con
ceived the idea of paying off the
the national debt at once. He
6aid then that if the war closed
at that time he could raise $1,
600,000,000 and pay off the
debt, and so he might Then
Andy Johnson followed him and
then his Administration, and
now they put it all to the credit
of General Grant. They say 'he
has paid in the last three years
$300,000,000. Under Andy
Johnson, m two years and nine
months, $1,066,000,000 was paid
oil. He paid three times as
much as Grant by the week, by
the month, by the year, by the
period, taken together as they
take it Mr. Boutwell tells you
in a speech which I heard him
deliver myself, and he said that
the government of Andy John-
sen had paid off a war debt of
$1,066,000,000, 1mt he did not
give him any credit for it ; he
wanted to impeach him for it,
put him in a dark place , where
I 1 F1 I -
mere is no uustom Houses or
Treasury Departments a place
where these gentlemen will .be
very likely to find themselves at
no distant day. He said it was
not Andy Johnson's work; it
was the work of the people. He
did not give. Mr. Johnson the
least credit .lie was then a
candidate before the people, and,
most unluckily for us, he is now
a candidate for favor with the
President. Therefore when the
President pays $300,000,000 of
the debt, he says that it is due
to the President that this debt is
paid, but you can see better than
that He says that Gen. Grant
is a very great man; but the on
ly illustration he gives is that
he has appointed him Secretary
of the Treasury. Laughter.
"KT il .
ii uw you eee upon mis question
of the debt they have no claim
to favor. They can not escape
their policy. which they have
been pursuing in other respects.
liut they bave reduced the ex
penses of the Government.
Compared with what have they
reduced the expenses ? Why,
with the Government of Mr.
Lincoln. But ho was engaged
in war, and they ought to reduce
the expenses in time of peace
when it is not necessary ,for a
President or Cabinet officer to
be within one thousand miles of
the seat of Government , They
say that the Government of
Andy Johnson was corrupt1 and
ought to be condemned, and of
course they can reduce the ex
penses as compared with that if
it was corrupt; but have they
reduced the expenses as com
pared with what thorn expenses
ought to be? j?"-What ought .they
to be? They ought to be consis
tent with the expenses of the
government in time of peace;
outside of the pensions to sol
diers and the widows of soldiers,
the expenses of the -government
ougnt not to oe more per capita
than they were before the war.
They say that the expenses per
capita in 1872 are less than in
1860, before, the war ; but y they
got at it by L excluding 'money
paid for i interest and pensions
now, and inclnding money paid
for interest and pensions then.
I say, taking the 'expenses ' at
sixty millions m 1860, allowing
for increase in prices which Jo, a
great ' degree, ig te jrepult
policy of he Auninfetrafeon;' al
lowing for increase of popula
tion which ought to reduce the
expense per capita, allowing fif
ty-eight or sixty per cent, and
the expense one hundred
million's a year instead of sixty
millions, and this should be ithe
most that , any Administration
ought to expend, and if this Ad
ministration can not do this, give
us the power and we will do it
We say this is as much as' any
Administration ought to expend
$100,000,000 a year. But in
the three years of Grants Ad
ministration $911,t)00,000 : has
been spent, deducting $468,000,
000 for interest, .. and Jt, leaves
P5U,UUt),UUU as; the ordinary
expenses for the, thre years,
which makes!.$150,000,000;!a
year $50,000,000 more than
ought to be expended in the Ad
ministration of the Government
in time of peace. t Look fit the
taxes collected, in these three
years, not only $911,000,000,
but $1,200,000,000; $300,000,
000 more than the expenses.
WAat was tnis lor ( Why were
you called upon to pay this, you
manufacturers, you mechanics,
you laboring men j yon merchants,
you banters f Wny wore you
called upon to pay $300,000,000
more of taxes than the expendi
tures of the Government ? Why
is it that Mr. Boutwell may pay
the debts of the country before
tney are due 7 These bonds are
sold by the Government at about
40 per cent, of their nominal
value, and he pays 15 or 20 per
cent, to get' them back again.
Now take $300,000,000 surplus
in taxes . and the; $50,000,000
more a year, making in the three
years a large sum oi money
these $300,000,000 and the ex
cessive expenditures over what
ought to be paid, making in the
aggregate $450,000,000 taken
from the people suppose you
take this sum and apply it to
developing the industries of the1
country make railroads with
it, build mills with it, open
mines, bring the grain from the
Mississippi valley to your shores,
to send to Europe, and thus
bring about an immediate re
sumption of specie payments ; is
not tnat policy better than that
which the Government has been
pursuing ? - I say that no polit
ical party m the United States
has ever been so arrogant, so in
solent and false to its trust as
this faction has, and no financial
policy has been so unwise as
this ; and inasmuch as you can
not approve it, you are called
upon by your duty to your chil
dren, to your , successors you
are called upon to condemn it.
Pension to Rebel Soldiers.
' The Grant organs have , been
talking hysterically of Mr. Gree
ley's disposition to urge the pay
ment of pensions to . Rebel sol
diers, but have not, in the inter
vals or their shrieks and chatter-
ings, given any semblance of
reason for . their assertion. V At
last a Western paper produces
the thing that has been chafing
their sensitive souls all this time,
and it is the tenth plank of the
Cincinnati platform 1 Because
that platform expressed the obli
gations of , the country, to tlie
"soldiers and sailors of the Re
public," and not of the North.
"Therefore," thinks ""the "Detroit
Post, ?Mr. Dreeley'. wants ttf pay
pensions to ., Rebel soldiers.
What a pity the construction of
that platform couldn t have been
hft to the Grant editors 1 ! Their
consummate mastery of English
would probably have made it the
most explicit thing since the
Declaration of Independence.
N. Y. Tribune.
Giuirr's thirty-fiva thousand
dollar cottago by th sea-side
was presented by eight Bubscri
bers,' according to Mr; 7 A."
Stewaet. - Yet it is said that
Grant has never takeiv a gift,
i'. 4 I,
T.
HEILTBANP BEAUTY.
Strong ind Puw Kicij Blood-I
for'. of Flesh nd "Weight
-Clear Skin md Beautiful
,Ji Complexion,
SECURED TO ALL
RADWAt'8 ' SARSAPAEILLIA
f f , : RESOLVENT
HAH MADE THE MOST ASTONIBIIW
(1TRE9 HO QUICK, 80 RAPID AKK
oiiangTsth jbody under
, gok8 under t(e influkncb
?OF THIS TRUtr VoNlMfitt
TVh MBD1CINB. THAT
Every bay an Increase of Flesh and
1 Weight is seen and Felt. ,
Soroful,
Consumption,
Sphl)l In ' Itl
mm;
ny forma, umnuumr "'"i , ,
Disease, Ulcers
In the Throat, Mouinj luinon, .no. m
Glands, and other parw
rn.D Htmnintu Discnr
of the system ; Bore
ischarsfts from the Ears;
. . V i ni...M nf the
i Eyes, Nose, jnoutn,
and the forms of Skin Diseases ; Er-nptions, Fe-
Weakening and Painful Dlscnarges; nigni
Sweats, awl alt wastes or me jjiib rnnuiiuo,
are within the Curatlte Range ot Badway's
Saraaparillltta Resolvent, and aftvy days' uao
will prove to any person using it for elth
these forma of disease lit potent power to
cure:
them.
Vnf Anlv
Not only does the SARSAPAKIf wan mb
n uts nil known remedial agents II
SOLVENT exeel all known remedial agenw id
k. I'hnnln RnrnnilnilS. Constitntion.
the Cnre of Chronlo. Scrofulous, Constitntion,
Skin and Syphiloid diseases, but it is the only
positive reuieuy lor
KIDSET, BIADDEB,
Urinary and Womb Diseases. Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Ineontinenoe of Urine, Brlghfs Iis-
ease, Aimim.nuna. ..mm ...
thick, eloudy, .JKiK 'ilSHS
white ot an ear, or threads like white silk, or
there is a morOfd dark , bilious appearjnoe. and
white bone-dust deposit. u4 where there is
Mleklne. burning sensation, end, pain in the
these
SAKUrA,
Hie sppllca-
KlijLJ A
tlon
to the Bplue
and BmallVf the Baokand the Bowels regula
ted I wUh onl o" two 'of Badway's Regulating
Pills perday, will soon make a complete eure.
; lava theoatlent will be able to hold
Ucbara- Wtr naturally . without p
ttin,
n,. tirina al l be restored to its nun
;nral
olear and amber or hrrr PPlr
THE- WASTE OF TIIJH pODY
Are supplied with new, seaiwy ana Tigpnius
blood, that furnishes seund struoture. nenoe
all suffering from Weakening Discharges,
either Male or Female, or from Ulcers or Spres,
through tlie reparauve proosui uavit n.i a
SAB8lpgIWAN, are arrested, and the rup.
tnred orvaos healed. , -lrr.,A '
OV ABU? TO MO -jfJOTTO - TVVOn OT
TWELVS Ta9 ipw n vyvv mo
. WAY'S BBSOLVEHT. ;; ;. .;
- BIVKRI.T, MAM., July 18, 1869. '
D. Badw at : I hays had Ovarian Tumor in
the ovaries and howeis. an tne aooiors sMu
"there was no help for it." I tried every thing
thatwas recommended, but notbingbelpodme.
I saw your Kesolvent, and thought I would try
It, but naa no iauu in n. immu"; """A, "
for twelve years. I took six bottles of theBe-
; r Duiv'i 1I11h. and used
two bottles of your Beady BeUef; and there Is
not a sign or a tumor w v "
feci betler, liaartpr, happier than I have for
twelve years. Tlieworsttumor was in the lea
side of the bowel, OJe grof n. Ji write this
ts you for the benefit of othem. V" PP Pub
lisuifyouoboo. HANNAH W,mep.
fty Price One Dollar.
"Hj. -
EAdWAY'S eeady belief
Cures the worst pains in frojn One to
' Twenty Minutes
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
need aUr 6i?fufer with pain.
HAD WA YS BEAD MF-LJEF
18 A CURE FOB BVEBT PAIN. IT W AS THE
KIK8T. AND 18
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops the most excruciating pain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CUBES
CONGESTIONS,
Whetiior of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or
. thegiaadj awjorjjaus, by one application,
1 la From One to Twenty JJ iQut?s,
Ko matter hnw violent or exernoiaMng the
pain, tne jtuisunATiu, wnuuuu, uMriu,
Crippled, Nervons. Neuralgic, or prostrated
, to
with disease, may suffer,
Bad-way's Ready Relief
Will, In from ohi to TWifrT mihotm, affori
4nu andemfort, and this medicine, so rapid in
stopping pain, can be purchased Fifty Cents
par bottle at almost every druggist's and coun
try uurcl)ut's store on this continent, and
within one hour'! distance of almost every hah
ltntion in the United SlaJcs.
RHEUMATISM AND WCURAI.0TA.
BOSVMATISM AND XKVRALUIA.
If those who are now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the cause may be, or by what name
It la called If external, apufy BipwAT's
Biadt Biliif to the part of the body where
the pain is present. If Internal, w drops, dim
tnrf in water, as a drink. Whether Cramps
Spasms, inflammation, uongesvion, Asiatic
Cholera, Chills and Fever, tin most violent, ex
oruRlat'lng and torturing pains will be stopped
In from one to twenty minutes.
PAIHFUL ATTACKS WHERE
BADWAY'S EEADY BELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease I
IHVLAUUATION OF THK KIDNEYS.
HPLAMMATION OF THE BLADDEB,
NFLAlialATUjg ttr THE HUHKU),
CONKBTIOH OF THE LUNGS
SOBE THBOAT, DIFFICULT BBKATHINO.
PALPITATION pF THE BEABT,
HTBTKEIC8. CBOUP. DIPHTHKBIA. r rTr
CATAEKU, INFLUENJA,
HEADACHE, TOOTITACHE,
NEUBAMIA, BHErjUATISVf,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CBILLS.
The application of the BEADY BELIEF to
the part or parte where the pain or difficulty
exists will afford ease and comfort.' 90 drops
in & hair tumbler of water will, in a few mo
ments, curs Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Blott ueaiecne, marrnea, vyen
tery. Colic, Wind In Uis BowpM, and all Inter
nafPnlnil.
Traveler should always carry a bottle Of
BADWAY'S BELIEF with them. Afewdrope
in water will prevent sickness or pains irom
change of water. It Is better than French.
urandy or uiuers as a snrauiaot,
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUISOUBED.
FEVER AND AOUE CUBED
FOR FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial agent ia the world
th.t will mim FKVkR aid aoui.
and all other Malarious, Bilious, Bearift. Ty
phoid, Yellow and other revere (amen oy
Radwar'i PUIs,) so quick as Bad way's Beady
TTO OIT33 -!
farumneedaiiabr. ba they ever SO much ex
posed to Fever and Agnsi If Hiey vll only take
U opm vyli ladwatft Uttt. lliimlrels In the
west, who have hitherto been doctoring at the
rate or one ana two nunareu ooiun iur iow
nuinthi' tnutmnnt arekMoinar thwnselves and
families free from tKWMfc ana avva,
KM JArA, MkUMUJM-" .v.f ... .r .
two dollars a year, spent for Kauways iveaay
The EKADT Kl'LIKF will afford nJ at
to all. Price only 60 oeaU per botUe, '
o. B. See that every noine nas ma niui.
Bubber Stopper. Sold at all Drnggiets, and at
Dr. Badway's office, of Kl warren, cor. vnurou
aunty, new .xuiii iw,iuiw i ;si::;
' riisrKCTtt TAtmitsa.
EleeantXy Coid wltla Sweet Gum.
PUBUE. BKOULATK, PUKIKY, CLEANSE AND
- J - TUENQTHKN.'
1 xtsvdwayVPUU,
wm r. rr.MRM n,nn IB rftt mm OnTji. m A S1TT T 1 TTWD
BO WKIJL KIDNEYS, UI.IQPKK. HEK VVVB
DISKAKF1, UEKDAVUK. VJJ VST IV AT lull
OOUTirXNESS. INDldKHftON. bYHrHVtlU
BlLIOVtiX KSH. BlLlOVH . FEVER, INFLAM
MATION Of TfJBBOWMLS, fJLKS, and all de
rsngements Of Mie internal v iscera.
' - PITIIF.T.Y VKMKTAIILK.'
OONTAIXINO VO MEKOUBY, MINERALS OB
xvObser a the following ermptonui rwult
ConstlDa.Torder of the Digestive Organs j .
Blood In ."on, Inwsrd Piles Kull
Nausea, nhe Hea.1, Aoldltjr of th
l I 1. i .1 Xl l...4 At Vn
Blnklnger InUia Stomaoh, ftmr Eructations,
. . .1 Fluttering at the Pit of the BUimncli,
Swlmmlnkof the Head, Hurried and Dlriloult
Breathing, rintterhig at the Heart, Choker
lua?uuriiii Sensations when In a Lylns re
os
tu re. Dimness of Vision. DoU or Webs before
theiitht.FeTrnd Dull Wn In
Dcrtoiouny of PeniM ration. Kollow
akin anrf F. Pain In UiaOJds. CI
the Hem,
Uowness nf the
Chest, Limlw.
and Sudden Flushe ef lleut, Jiuniing in wis
" Aftnr (loses omV'i'i Paw will free the
system from ail iue anove-nemea amuruen,
Frio 5 Cte Pe U. 1
'No, 81, Warren, ear. Chnrah es. . ,
i i BEADritBE AttT) TBTJE.
ail maUtloiUnsti RADWAY CO
Ro. 1 Warren, cr. Church SUeet, New York,
InjmavioaworUttboaaandswUlbesent you
i ...,.v. ... s: e-y
'.I ( '
nail ni the buck, anu B1UUK
conditions. KAlw.i a
n itK-soDVKMT.aioea oy
a.j.1.11 PaI. Rrelief
ON MA RBI AGE. Happy RelletTJbr Yoxng
Men from the effects of Errors and Abuses
in early lire., Jnaniioou reicoreo.. Mervous
deqlllty oureu. impediments to rsamage re
moved. New method ot treatmen t. New and
remarkable remedies, uooks sua circulars
senttree, in seaioa envelopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No
i South Ninth St., Philadulphltt,Pa . 1-tf
,1110 iMavftMH f uivMviibiy
....1 thut ilMinil ilka flrtnutiniTittnii K.. .
simple romiMly, Is anxious to make known to
. . . 11 . .. rt'. . . V. Ann. r, f n.,M mA a,,
HIS lOUUWBiunTicin hict- mcrnu. v. vuig. lu nil
who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used, (free of charge), with the, direc
tions for pi sparing and using the same which
they will Hud a sure Cure vor Conbum ftion
Abthma, Bronchitis Ac. Parties wishing the
prescription will plense address
t i HUT. " attw m -"jv.i,
JL. 19BPonn8t Wllliuinsbiirith. '
I TOO WAUT TOSST ALL TOITB
UsWist to
Ar Kixd or
aiTBscBiBitoa thb REAL ESTATE
' REGISTER, Pittsbckqh.Pa. (Weexly-
40 Columns! tiMi a year), ouuijiw wpj iren
mm
T9 tha BEST nd CHtATEST Independent
JL rmyfwPP' published, ft eontsln
yosrr-Biear oolumns of reading matter. I
printed in the neatest style, on fine, white i
ner. and DubUshed at tho low prico
year, and
EVERY SUBSCRIBER
Receives Bean tifni Chrom worth the
money invested, tuns reoemiig rsr-i.Ais
)Veek.ly MewpPr
FOR NOTHING!
tgSend On Dellar for a year's Bub
tcription, and Ten Cents for postage on the
Cbromo to the StarPuHlsiilng- Com-NU)fi(I)n)iiUtatl(0.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS!
; J . . '
SEALED proposals will be recclvod at the of
ilce of the Clerk of Elk Township, Vinton
county, Ohio, until the hour of 1 o'clock 1. M.,
on , ; ... -
Saturday, Octoberl2, 1872,
for the construction of a Ballroad along the fol
lowig.route, to-wlti Beginning at a point on
the Southern bcnindry of said Township where
the old Koad-bcd of the "Bdotond' Hocking
Valley Bailroad crosses said bounilry, being tlie
Southern tonillPlis, "long said p)d Road-bed
through or nenr to tho town of JIoArthur, and
thence to the Northorn or Western hsiinilry of
said Township near the corner thereof, being
tho Northern terminus. '
Said line of Bailroad 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 Lease and Oiierate the Same," passed by
the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, April
2.'ld, 1812; the work to bo done under the dlroc
tiijn of a competent Engineer, to be furnished
by'fenWl'uwiifhip, and will include the grading
and the building" nf Hi bridges, and culverts,
furnishing crofSrtles, rails uiid spTKes, laying
track and bnllnsting, with all necessary side
tracks, and doing and pirl'onnlng nil the work
necessary to the completion of suld line of Kail
road, and putting the sane in running oi-der.
The contractor be required to furnish all
niaterliUs. and to enter lto bond with approved
security z!"lt be Will perform suld work accor
ding to co'ntracts-an:! lr-tlim ft tj.,n lim1ltf1
therein, not exceeding two years. he
rouoiviid fur (lis constrictlon of the whole or
said line of BtiliroHiJ; br -tor any purt thurcnf,
the bid specifying tlie'linrfpropOBoUW he uililt,
and toe price pur nuisiur uumiiiig mu auuio, ur
far the gruuUut nnniixr of miles that will be
built for injdstim of $21,000 so as aforesaid ap
propriated tor tne Miming or said roud. xue
work of construction villi be coniillflneed as soon
ng qf said roud,
after lxnd is given as possible; said work to be
paid for during the progress of the work, in ac
cordance with Section 6 of said act. The nroille
of said Railroad, with (stinmtes and specilica-
tions win oe seen ut tne oiiuo oi sum Township
Clerk on and alter September 85th, 1872.
The bids will bo opened and examined, and
the Contract nwurdeii as early as practicable on
or after said I'lyi Of October, Jfljl; and bidders
will endono on the 'sealed envelope enclosing
bjdsj
j '.'Proposal ' fur Cdnstrtietibg 'Bailioad,"
and address the some to' thu'rownsliip Clurk of
Elk Township, Vinton Co., 0.
HENRY HE It HOLD, )
LEVI WYMA.V,
Tm
IIS tecs
Elk Tp,
IAS. B. JOHNSON, J
V. Co., 0.
I AS. X Ut
Morris Kvans. Township Clerk.
THE NEWDISCOV.
' In Cbsmioal and Medical Scieuou.
Mm
1
Aw I . WTI
Wr. E. F. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
or
FlhSf N'IJ fj.Vtr j.-TIOXi-ver msfls
In one miatm. m A,a,,'. I'.ii rfAVTI.VU
valunhl" rniiivi yri ti'l( ( s.llflliKwa
ourAtlv arii , . , (' ; ,
--pmxrT.th'a-r TAjir "
TJlfEQI'AI.1 I, 1 1 (,),:.., CoMs, Oatarrb,
Astliins, lliuu-.:.i..i, uud cuiiKiliuption. .
CUKX3W WITHOUT. FATLt
A reeest coH n lliree in rx hniirai and also,
b iu VliALlKlNO. 1'UnlFYINO and riTI-
WULATXMM effpets upon the seusral syaUm,
Is remsrkably effinai-ious in all
0INEA8KM OF THE BLOOD.
tncluding boroiula ami Eruptions of the akin,,
pyipenia, Dlseaws of ths Livsr and Kidnays,
UoaHPmset od OsnerulLVibiHiy.
; pNg TRIAjL gONVINCBS 1 ,
Volatile sSltition 'of Tar .
For IKHALATIOy.i wlthmit armllnatloa of ,
HEAT. A roraarkahly VALUABI.Edisuovery, '
um ihawliola annArnfiiM nan ItaAKi-riuil in Ihn vm! '
fMX!kt,rmdvatany time for the must etfeotual J
IWH MlUf.lj HIHITfl UH1U ' 1
All Slsenses ef theTVrtr. TIIHOAT '
' aud LUNGS. ,
. .' i , TUB COMPOUND .
Tar ""and Mandrake Pill."
for ust in. donnsctlon wlli'tlia'SLIXIB TAB, '
ts a combination of ths TWO most valuable
ALTEKAT1VK Medlciun known in the Pro.
fMnion, and remlers tins Pill without axoaptlan
ths very belt ever oflnred,
Tb HOLUTION and COMPOUND EIiIXIB of
la without dubt tlis Vest remedy known la
oases of
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
Ilia afiner.iflo for aunh Umm, and should bs
kept ia the houmhiild of avnry family, espeeially
during thou iiiomba in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to prevail. A small quantity tafon
dally fill pruveut eontraathig these terrible
diwasw, i . ,
Solution and Compound KUalr, )1W Pr oltle
, Volstil Solution to Initiation, SiWptfr'Jtyr
. Tar and Msndroko Pills, toots pr box. .
' 6mdfVr Circular of POMTIVB CUHE
to your Druggist, or te
' Ls F.HYDK As CO.,
1 80LB fHOPBIKTOHfl,
110 E. 2td St., Mh Xork,
xr;ty .'-iSi ' '''' w
;r?
We ; in vi te ."atteii t ioq t i o ..on'r
beneral Hardware, which, we are goiDg to sell
Very iljow for Crisis..
O-O-O ' ,J '
We are greatly exposed to the ravages of fire, and as our stock
is very large we are bound to reduce it !
'i i : ;tflt reduced prices.' ' -
Quick Sales and Small Profits for Ready Pay!
'i I Don't ask for
Ti a'jsr a- ;o
, Wo have u good stock of -
Bniltlers ;hi anil Caftel-Mm 1 Hardware.
Bouse DPiijrnialiJ.rie:
TIlKSCI3IiI,AVEO IIS HARDWARE,
pi)
Wo
' ! ' ' t) k rttrOTLTTrTTTO fiftTa
6( all kinds, and a good aaesortment of
;B:ABYEST.:.T00LS,
Snch ns Griilii liidlc8,cytlios, Porks, Rakos and Sickels. We are
closing out oqr stock of Shovol Plows about. at COST. In short, we
only ask you to oome and see that we nro aotually selling Goods LO W'
ER than any other Firm, . We ro also Agents for tho ' -
CHAMPION MOWING MACHINE!
v " and' for tho :...
CHAMPION and BUCKEYE WINE & CIDER MILL! .
Wo make the best of
TIN-W Ali wi0Wm
Which we are selling very low. All
pairing done with noatnos and
' ". whonevor palled for. Don't forget tho place,
Hsa-vu-Xsa Old Stand,
NOitTH SIDE AIIST 8TEEET , -M'ABTHTTIi, OHIO.
i i i RICHMOND sO IIUIW.
SIMMONS & CL0UGII ORGAN COS
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GRANP COMBINATION ORGANS,
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An invnntlnn h'lvlnir a most Important Ilcarliie
by the tiseof which tho (juautltyor Volunio oi
tne tone renncroa
'Eaual to that of the Best Pipe
Onreeletirated "Vox Colcste," "Louis Patout," "Vox Hnmana." 'Wilcox Patont" Octave Coup-
ler, Thecharinlng"t!i!llo"or"Clarlnet''8top8(and
: ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only'lh tlio Orsant." -
Thirty-live different Styles for the Parlor anil
I in.. I
luv uv.,
FFLIOISS. fSSO TO 500.
FACTORY AND WAEEE0OM3, C0BHEB CrANO OONQBE83 STREETS. DETROIT, MI0HIQA5
Kstabllshod in 1880. 1
Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH OEGAN CO.. Detroit, Michigan.
w arm jri
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I keep constantly on
FURNITURE OF
I mamifaoture to order and repair Furultnro of all kinds, t the most roasonublo prloei,
I am prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVEHY,
- ana acoompiny
." XL pu)lo r invits4 to call
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STAPLB
USimnh MBooMo
JX Oloap ' aPrlqo lor OaaH
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, SPECtltf ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
.larga'ud well selected stock of
fe'jE id i t s i
'k VTT H flWTlTl TlfnTTHTTIWrllfll
kinds of re- ' '
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QUALIFYING TUBES,
on the flitura rpuutatlonof Hoed Instruments.
tono is very largely inoroosod, and the quality
,
Organs of the Same Capacity!
Church, i-' - .)..
, ttt..i v. i . .
uiikioiiBi mill vv uiniiiniiniii).
' Quality and Volume of Tone Unncqualled.
Jitn AOKNla WAhtkd IN Kyjtuy COUNTY
Twm m i
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band every description of
M ODE UN STY L ES.
STYLE AND . VARIETY,
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mem wun a ucarso. ; ,
and xanuln any Stock. 1
i V PAltlS'HOWTON.
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ATEONIZE HOME INDUSTRY)
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MoARTHUjH AUKSEBIES.
J. & yV. O-OXjID, Proprlefr.,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
Nofferlngonr stock to tho Trmla, we tender
ronae we have jieretofore recoived, and hope
" FIUui'iuoBHunuaDricc iniegriiyiii uitniutann
to merit the support and confidence of the pub-
Apple Trees
Is largo and lino new varieties. Our
Peach, Clierrv. Plum.
. Evergreen Trees,
Crf?aj?G Vines,
Baspberrles, Small Fruits, Ac, Ac,
Will surpass any we havo ever before offered.
aWTOrdeis solicited and promptly llllod.
sUL-l'lessesend for a Catalogue.
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
improvea -
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, W. Ta.
THE Grist Mills, being portable, are on Iron
Frauiei, and
Strong, Durable, Efficient,
And the best U1I1 ever mado for nil kinds of
grinding; ean be easily hltacliud to Saw Mills
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Flour and Meal of a snporior quality at great
er rate of speed than anv other Mill, without
heating or other difficulty the weight being
1,400 pounds, occupying only 8 feet square on
the floor. Will grind 20 to CO bushels pur hour.
If within thirty days, the Mill does not prove
satixfactory, It may bo returned and money
Ilart's Post-Hole Borer,
Ai Is guaranteed to make two holes
Af to one of any other; docs Its work rap
ff Idly and porfcctly.
SATES ITS COST
No fault ean be found with ital'ies
trial. Bunt to any one on trial who
will Rend mo tlio endorsement of tho
Post Muster. A Rent s wanted.
I It A II ART,
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Farmers and others can Rca I tho
Post-iloluBorer at tlio Ennuh'tr Ofllco
QENERAL ELECTION.-
SIIEItlFK'S OFFICK, j
. Vinton County, Ohio, September 8, 1872. j
To the Qualified Voters of Vinton County,
Ohio i
WIIEIIEA8, By tho Laws nf ()l(iq roc;utitliiK
elections, It Is rciiiired of tho Hlionif nr IiiJ
couuty to give notiito helbro tho time of hold.
Ing a general election by proclamation
throughout the county, of tho time ou which
such election shall bo liulilou :
In pursuance of such requisition, I, DANIEL
BOOTH, Hhorlir or Vinton County, Ohio, do
hereby proclaim and miiko kliowu that the
Second Tuesday in October, A, B. 1872
Being tfie tl Day of said Month, j
Is by the Constitution and haws 'of hlild,''iillt
pointed the day on which tlio mutinied elector
of Vinton County are notified to meet in their
respective townships, at their usual nr proper
places duslgnatcd forlioldlnguluctions, between
tho hours of 6 o'clock in tho forenoon and Ii
o'clock in tho aftornnoon of said dav, and then
and there proceed -to vote by ballot 'for the fol
lowing ofUcers, to-wit:
STATE OFPICEE3:
One BenretarT- ofJ)tnto lor the Stntool Ohio;
One Judge of th Supreme Court for the. State
of Ohio: , . i; .i,i
Ono II ember of the Hoard of Publlo Works for
the Utute of Ohio. ,
3DISTBICT OITIFiaiES
One Representative to Congross for the Eleventh
Congrusslonal District, composed of tliet'oun
ties of yinton, lIocklig4Jackson,Culliu, Luw
reuce andSKioto., ,
One Judge of the Court of Common Picas 1'or
the Seuond Sub-Division of the Seventh Jiull
clal District, composed of tho countiesof Vin
ton, Jackson, Lawrenco, Helcto aud Pike, to
till the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Hon. W. W. Johnson.
covrxrrr-Y oFicBEe: '
One Sheriff for Vinton County ;
Ono Clark of tho Courts for Vinton County v
Ono Treasurer Tor Vinton County; ,,
One Probate Judge for Vinton Coantyi
One Commissioner lor Vinton Couuty:
One Coroner fqr1 Vl'itl County, ' :' '
APPORTIONMENT OF JUROllH,
And tho Trusteos of the several Townships la
aid County are hereby uotillcd that the follow
Ing number of Jurors are apportioned to their
Townships respectively, and that they are re.
quired to select the suld number and make re
turn thereof to the Clerk of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas, together with ths Poll-Look :
Klk ....
KRgie ...,r ; i.,
Wllkosvllle
.17
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. 8
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Knox ,
Itichland ,
Harrison ,
8wa,n ..7. ,
Clinton ...
Vinton...,
Jackson .,
Madison ..
0
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Brown i
Given under my hand, at my office, In MeAr
thur, this 8d day of Hoptumber, A. D. lHIII.
, , ' . DANIEL BOOTH,
Shorlff of Vinton County, Ohio.
September 4, 1879.
iLAYS
EveryMam his ownP hysiciam;
rpnB linmsnts lUmsnrt far llsllowsy't Pills and
X Ulntinsiit, has uninptod unprlnslplcd parties to
eountsiToll Ihscs vulusl'ls mtdiainM, In onl.r le
protmt ths pnblla and onrulvri, wa lisvs IsaUcd a
new "Trails Hark," oonslnllngof Knyptlsnrlre Is of
ssrnsnt, with tbn lottsr H In ths orntro. Kmrybox
of IIhIIowht's Pills and Olnlmoiils will hsv this
trads mark on It; nnna sra genulns without It.
. N, Y, CIISMI04L Co., Hol Ptoiirli-mra,
;. ' ... TH Mul, Inn Lsii. Nsar Torlt.
Jon I), l'aa, Olnolnnsll, Ohio, Hols Arnnt'llr
ths Utsta.
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