fUBLISHED KVIRT WIUHKHDAT BY
ar. "VC. Bowon,
DITOB AND PBOPKIITOB. !
This region was favOred with
a high wind on Sunday last
Jack Frost has takeli posses
'sion of most of the vegetation
on the low lands in this-county.
Read the advertisement ! of T.
A. Martin . & Son this week.
They mean business, sure I j
There are a great many peo
ple who owe us, for which, we
wouldn't care wefe it not that
we owe several who want their
pay- . ..
Attention is called to the Set
tlement Notice of Messrs. Rich
mond & IIciin in this paper, who
desire all those indebted to them
to. call and settle immediately.
Go and see them forthwith.
. Every candidate on our ticket
comes fully up to the f Jefferson
ian standard is, competent and
honest ' '"" ,
Vote the whole ticket without
a scratch! . ,
John II. Boley announces to
the citizens of Allensville and
vicinity that he will make, a bal-
Saturday afternoon next, j Ad
mittance free. The balloon is
51 ' feet high and 100 feet in
circumference. Everybody in
No Agricultural Fair will bd
held in Vinton County this year.
Benoni IIixon, President of the
Society, informs us that suitable
ground for holding the Fair
could hot be procured in McAr
thur on terms satisfactory to the
Board of Managers of the So
ciety. our friend, II. L. Wright, Secre
tary of the Hocking County Ag-.
ricultural Society, for a compli
mentary ticket, and invitation to
be present on the occasion.
The Fair is to be held on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of this
week, Sorry we cannot attend
the Fair this year. f.
Henry Reynolds has laid us
under obligations to him for a
mess of new corn meal. He
raised a choice crop of corn, on'
the hill east of town, and on
Saturday last had a small por
tion of the crop made into ex
cellent meal ;the first we have
seen or 'heard tell of" this year.
Henry always remembers' the
: Personal. Our friend, C. M.
Sage, clerk at the Furnace Store
at Logan, paid his numerous
friends in this town a visit last
week arriving on Thursday af
jrnoon and departing on Satur
day" ' afternoon; . . Cash looked
well and felt " happy. ; Why
shouldn't he? There is -no bet
ter place for good boys just 'like
him to .be than the good towiLof
Logan I And what makes him
happier, he intends to vote for
honest Horace Greeley for Pres
jejentj as all young men should
.The Crawford House. Du
ring the brief time we attended
the Industrial, Exposition, at
Cincinnati, last week, we stop
ped at the Crawford , House, sit
uated on the southwest corner of
Sixth and: Walnut greets, about
pight ' squares ft'orn the M. & C.
l. R. IJepQj;, in tbe business and
fashionable portion. 'of the' city.
Its locality renders it a conve
nient stopping place for persons
on business or in search of health,
ihe. IW i newly ftnd:cle
antly furnished, and the pro
prietors, MesBts. F, J. Oakes and
J. T. Fisher, know exactly how
to keep the hotel, and 1 do it
well, both gentlemen having had
extpndeq. gxperjencei in the bus
lnessUhey aTfwaytf hiaice'' every
thing pleasant and agreeable to
. all. They are assisted by two
clerks John McIntyre and John
B. Connelly the most courteous
of eentlemen, who know how to
make guests feel at home. . Mr.
M'kv; mMidYf known
among tne owzens oi ims vouu
tv. The Bill of Fare at the Ho
tel is not excelled in quality and
variety by any House in the
State. Let the people of Vin
ton and adjoining counties, who
have occasion to visit tho Queen
Citv. stop without fail at the
' Crawford. Read the advertise:
meat in another part of this
paper, and cut it out for reference.
The Meeting at Allensville.
Editor Enquirer: The meeting
of the Democracy and; Liberal
Republicans, at Allensville, on
the 25th ult, was a success.,
The large crowd present was
delighted with able ; manner in
which D. B. Shivel discussed the
political issues of the day, the
sound urguments in reference to
the financial affairs of tho Gov
ernment was clear and convin
cing. The audience listened
with marked , attention and fre
quently gave vent to their feel
ings by way of loud bursts of ap
U. S. Claypoole next made an
elbvuent and telling speech,
showing the Democracy why
they should support Greeley,
and showing the Radicals why
they "ought not to support Grant.
Harrison Lyle. was next calr
led for, whq responded in his
enthusiastic manner in' a short
and telling speech, which was
received by the audience in the
most enthusiastic out-bursts of
A . "St0Penduous Fizzle." A
huge time was expected at Al
lensville last Friday " night by a
few of those who worship the
corruption of Long Branch Grant
Gen. W. II. Enochs, who don't
live jn McArthur, . and E. N.
Barnhill, who never lived in
Ironton, were posted in the usu
al "flamin' stile" to speak for
their owner, Grant, but had or
ders to say nothing about the
very latest $180,000 stolen by
Grant's New York Sub-Treasury
keeper, Jim Johnson 1 Not any
of that 1 That's damaciner to the
cause ! But the gentlemen afore
said didn't speak their pieces!
Why I JVobody put in an ap-
peance at the School House I
Nobody supplied the house with
lights, taxed by Grant legisla
tion! Nobody cared nothin' at
all about .the meetin' 1 It was a
"stupenduoua fizzle I" One per
son said promised to go that
meetin', but he didn't. The
speakers were vexed at the man
for disapointing them ! Grant
being considerably below par in
Richland,.-a number of Demo
crats and Liberals gathered
themselves togehter and invited
U. S. Clayoole, who happened to
be in that village, to address
them, but he excused himself
for that time, as he had already
addressed the people there upon
Finest of the Season.
Full assortment. of Goods
now on exhibition at the House ot
Will & Co., at Zuleeki, should be
examined carefully by their nume
roua customers and the public gen
erally. The fine styles of Press
Goods cannot full to please every
lady who may visit the store. The
prices of everything are very low
lower than you expect those hard
limes. Go nnd loqlf ar their Dress
Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
'; This is the name of the new Ho
tel opened nt Allensville, in this
county, by our friend,' A; N. Cozad.
the House is fitted up in good
style, and everything about the
premises, is cqnvoniontly arranged
for the comfort of travelers. Stop
ut tho Vinton House; Abi will
take good care of you."
indebted to the firm of Richmond
& IIuun are requested to call imme
diatoly and, sfle. apcQunts. , W
can not parry accounts from one
year to another, ah.4 pay our own
bills. RICHMOND & HCHN.
October 2, 1872. tf i , . .
J aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaa '. ,
Wins Quilted Boots I Die latest
novelty I Warrapje wear, twice
lis long as the nnuiltpcl,' fqr sale
at Martin', . Priof. fiBO, : Se.6
thorn and yau will .buy them.
Patent Right Gazette.
. This la a largo, boaqtifjlly illns
trnted monthly,' deyotod exclusively
to the sale of patent right' Terms
$1 per year. Address U. S. Patent
Right-AiBOclation, New Tork City.
8oe odvortlsement in this paper.
Lot all applicants fpr patent', rights
Vinton County Merchants
Should : go lo'tho JJouso of S.' O.
Swift, Cbillic9the, for Small Goods,
Wall Pupor, Notions &c, . See ad
HAHtioAmanf lit fh a nntA ,
LOOK IlliltE, UVEKY-IIODY!
Cam at Odnnino's Dnuo Stohc, In Wlll'i
Uulldlng, Mid iob thorn Vina Oil Piilntlngt,
Chromoii, I'hoUigrniihn, Plain anil Colored tilth
ograpln, yhloh are bit lo"T6ry tbiap. 'ihej
aw to beautiful I --
Birr1 your GoiTaTM.i.axili'.v
f i il Hk
DRUGS ! 'DRUGS!!
O. T. Gunning has just removed-
from the "Old Brick Coiner" his
splendid assortment of Drus, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, Books, Station
ery, &o., to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building, one door
west of Gilraan, Wafd Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, whero he will be
ploasod to meet ull his old ctfstom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohim their patronage ,
His New Boom Is really the finest
in Southern Ohio; is bein, visited
by everybody; and his supply o
Orugs. Wines, Oils, Toilets, and tho
Who equal to any other establishment
intbe country. ' "
He fills presciptions, and nan ac
commodate all customers at reason
able rates. If you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this one.
For Pure Drues and Medicines
Five Hundred Thousand.
t& 500,000 Bottles of Grcenx's
Auqcst Flowib has been sold in
this State in three months. We on
ly ask you to go to the drug stores
of Gunning or Sisson, McArthur,
O., and get a Bottlo Free of charge,
or a regular size at 75 cts. Every
Bottle warranted to euro Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Sickheadnche,
Oostivene88, Heartburn, Wnter
brash.Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and all disease caus
ed by Impure Blood, or deranged
Stomach and Liver.
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
Don't come to town and go away
without looking through Martin's
Storo. They uro selling at great
A New Story from the
In the number of LUMP Living Ag fur the
weekending Sept Slat la begun a new (erinl
tory, "The Burgomaster' Fmily,"-tran-
lated from the Dutch of Christine Muller, by
Sir John Shaw Lefovrc. It promises to be a
story of unusual Interest. Besides being very
favorably noticed by the principal Dutch liter
ary periodicals, it hat attracted tha attentkm
of the English critics, being highly praised by
leading English papers. The translator says he
was induced to translate the story by . the
amusement derived from the variety of Inci
dents and the minute delineations of character
which It contains delineations which are
drawn with the same fidelity that we And In a
carefully executed Dutch painting. Indeed the
name of the translator Is alone a sufficient guar
antee of the merits of thq story. The publica
tion of the translation au admirable one will
be continued from week to week In Th Living
Agt until completed, and will provo an addi
tional attraction to that to the valuable periodi
cal. The number for Sept. gist also contains the
usual amount and variety of the most Instruc
tive and Interesting rending to bo found In tho
whole range of foreign periodical literature of
the day ; Including part two of a remarkable
series of articles en The Belief In Immortality,
an instalment of Off Lever, etc., etc. The sub
scription price of this Ot page weekly inaga
sine Is $8 a year, qr forf 10 any one o,f the Amer
ican H magazines Is sent'lth 'ht thing Ag
for a year, Littli A (Jay, Boston, Publishers.
. . Pocket Dictionary.
' Webster's Pocket Plctlouary, In Its present
shape, is a great Improvement over all previous
editions and all similar works. In the first
place It Is neatly printed, and bound In moroc
co, with gilt edges. Then it contains 800 picto
rial illustrations, which give a much clearer
Idea of the meaning1 of many words than could
possibly be conveyed by the usual definition.
Tha little volumno, which being no larger than
an ordinary pocketj-UQqk, embraces, In its voca
bulary a careful seleciqn of over 18,000 of the
most Important words of ths language, with
definitions sufficiently clear, though necessari
ly brief, to meet the ordinary wants of any one
requiring Its use. Prefixed to the work are ta
blet of money, weight and measure, abbrevia
tions, words and phrases from foreign lan
guages, rules for spelling, explanations, etc It
Is In fact a most valuable little book, and Is
doubly worth tha dollar It costs. It Is very
beautifully and substantially bound, wltb tucks
and gilt edges. The Publishers, Ivisou, Blake
man, Taylor $ Cq W fld qrnd. street, N.
will forward, it by tU an reoeipt or o$
Dollar, or It can be bought anywhere,
Roil, on I great PHI of Aysr, roll on I
Through miles emboweled roll I
Roll on I
... . -
Through those whose livers chafe tho soul I
Through those whose feeble toniachj fatl
'Through mosenrlci WttV' . ' .
Through j)ll wh,q l!y fM M Ml I
Roll o'er the prairies of tho nation
For the sick and 111 of every station I
Roll down the Anrtostowerlng mountains!
Roll over Afrlo's golden fountainsl
Through India and the Chersonese!
Through dltttant slos of. Jnpanesel
Wherever (TwcVfs a'lirniing'bijrt"
Roil' on, to'ilq your, mighty part,
Affir'l J'llH, roll m
VianiK, III., October IT.
Alfbid SrtKR, Esq., ' "
Dear Sir Having sold your Fort Wine and
Win Bitters for the past twelve months, we
take great pleat. re in stating that they have
given the highest dogree of satisfaction to all
who have lltefl fhemV TV'tnand for ,hera l
such that-our sales are constantly increasing.
i ' ' nm vinpin co.
The first of these peerless remedies eradicates
all disease of the skin, flesh, mnscles, glands,
and sinews, while the relieve every disorder of
the stomach and bowels. Sold 78 Maiden Lane,
N. Y. Prloe, 5 cents per pot or box. Ask fbr
new etyloj the old is counterfeited.
Martin ifc Son arc positively sell
log Goods cheaper' than any house
Itt Vinton County.
Everylofly Ijiows Tom IMor !
Not Kv4rvboly knowt that
he h; ilousfht tlie Dry
Goods Store of Mrs.
Mary Dolan, at
ONLY VARIETY STOKE
In Vinton County. ' '
Wta to p to Save Koaey.
On Monday eveninp; last w look
ed throutrh the estublitthment of
Thomas A. Mellor,s on . Second
Street, Zaleskl, aNd were surprisod
to seo such a great variety of
Goods. It really looks like some
of the Genoral Vuriety Stores of
the cities. The room is noatly and
closely packed with a magnificent
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Of every description of the latest
stylo v the stock of - -
GENTS' FUENISHINO Q0OD3
la tt'ttrobiiva; and the CLOTHING
foremen and boys Is complete, .
In addition to ull that we ob
served a large and fine wsortmont
Boots and Shoes, 7 -
'Hats and ; Caps,"' ' '. :
Glassware,' ' '
.!'.. dueensware C" ' '
' ' " 'Notions
GS0CEEIE3 AND PIWVISIONS,''
And everything else that Is kept In
a village storo all being in the
best order, a department for every
description of Goods. The assort
ment of Gopds in each department
is large and varied all having been
carefully selected and being first
class in every respect, and quite
superior to an' kept elsewhere in
that place. Besides the fine assort
ment of Goods just mentioned, Mrs.
T. A. MelEoh has a most beautiful
assortment of ', '
The only variety kept In the town,
being possessed of the requisite fa
cilities for procuring this clas of
uoods as to enable her to sell at ex
tremely low prices. ,
Wo would advise evory man, wo
man and child to go and see the
Store since it has been re-arrauged
and filled with a beautiful lot of
Goods. Go nnd learn the low
prices of all Goods in the Store.
You. will find no more courteous or
honockbls man with, whom to trade
than Mr. Melloii.
How to Go West.
This is an enquiry whioh every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before ho starts on his journey,
and a little care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in ninny case
save mnch trouble, time and money.
The "I. B: & W, Route," running
from Indianapolis throagli Bloom
inerto to Barlington, has achieved a
splendid reputation in the last two
years n the leading Pasrfenger
Route to the West. At Burlington
it connects with the great Burling,
ton Rqnta whioh tmns direct thro'
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and
Kflnsrs, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from Vinton
County, on their way westward,
can not do better than to take the
I. B. A W. and Burlington Route
This line has published a pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of the
Ureat West, whioh oan be obtained
free of charge by acl,d,r,e,Bsjn tho
uenerai tfnssonger Agon U. & M. a.
R , Burlington, Iowa. f.
ForAjrer'i Medicines, go toO.
W.Si88on'i. - - .
WHEEE TO EMIGRATE I
We answer, go-to tha Southwest Missouri,
because the Atlantic a PaolSg Balroa4 Co.
offer 1,S00,0QQ Aoras pf Land, to actual settlers';
at low price an latiioreqit, baSis furnishing
free transportation over thsirroad so purchas
en i this toad extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vlnltla, Indian Territory, la being
pushed rapidly to Its destination, tha Faclfto
CosstWlllb on of ths trunk lines) of tha
country, nerer blookaded by snow the lands
tha road are in a rich fertile eountry, as
Eroduotlve as any In theaute; theollinsUioutn,
Ines all thesdantares of noftbarilttd quib,
rn lntltivlMl.t.H"IWf.VIK tislt, water,
llmbi-' V'tinB, irulti and Sowars, iorlte you
to go to this region- rorfurthaa' Inronuatlen
aldrssaA TUCK. Land Com'r. US Waluut
Street, I. touia.Mo. : -if
Are Yon Going West ? :
If so, take oar advice, and purchase yon tick
et! over the old reliable rii lpur Wurl
Paclflo Bsllroad' whtett l4.'ROAktlr. the only
Line thaVrVin's tVree paly ppreas Tralm frotp
lUUitl's to K'ansivs Clty.und tbeWeatt and is
KsltlYfly. tb only line whioh runs Pullman's
Isoe Weepers and lr Coaches (eHpeocinllt
for movers) equipped with Miller's Safety Platr
form and the wtnt Stenin Brake, from it. Louis
lo Kansas Ulty, Kort Scott. Paraons, iAwreaoe,
Leavenworth, Ati hlann, St. Joseph, Nebraska,
City Council bluffkaad Oranha, without change!
For information la regard to Time Tallica, rntca
ha., to any point in M'ssnurl, Kansas, Nebraska,
Oolorabo, Texas or Oalllfomlu, wn on nradilrss
S. II Thomson, A(t(intUli.80itrl I'aqlflc U. k Out
umlms. Oliiot on4j4,er!ul taaTeugtf
inet,at.lWils,3a- 11 . ;
No troubh) to, anther quetKm I ;i; s
Blealne Krlgliten as They
TakoThefr Flight. - :
The Chief of blessings b good health, without
which nothing Is worth the having; It la al
ways appreciated at Ita true value after It Is
lost, but, too often, not before. Live ere parly, L
and correct ailments nerore iney Become seated.
For diseases of the liver, kidney, skla stow
aeh, and alt arising from Impure or feuhl
blood, Pft, Wanna-a. ciiejum;
Bittirj flrety git'r jjufl vMr Hmefly; it has
never yet fall n a glugla luatanoe,
For Fine PHrfumery, go WBia
ioa'a DrugStows ,
WE ARE READY FOR THE FALL TRADE, WITH A LARGE
' AND ELEGANT ' . ; . , ,
ASSORTlLEISr'r OF C3-003DS
, OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
OtJR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
OV BB AtPriTVZi SJTTZ.llla1 OV
Ilcvlrt cto PoncyDreaaG-oodo
Prints, pelalnes, Plain Lustres, Conled TAistres, Broche Cords, Plaids, Poplins, Wool Delaines,
; Tv - - .- Black Bilks, Waterproofs, c, Ac
IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE FULL LINES OF
Jeans, . Cassimeres, Coating s$
FLAHHE1S, PlAI RED M MITE, Al FANCY PLAIDS!
Canton Flannels,' Drillings, Bleached and Brown Muslins, of every grade, Tickings, Checks,
; ' . ' Napkins, Table Damask, Toweling,
Shawls, Cloaks, Furs, Velreteent, &c.
Everything New and Npvel in Our Notion Department!
silfcailaial!!? J1 Urajeet ftnd beat sitock la Vinton County. The particular
attention, ef the ladlee Is Invited to our large and elegant assortment of
V a aNwees
nrS'i.. EDGINGS, INSERTIONS,
; 1BE bVtxSs? . VKLVKX RIBBONS,
; AND ESPECIALLY TO OUR LARGE LOT OF ' " .
HID. LISLE THREW.. SILK AND COTTON GLOVES!
In everv stvla. shada and mialitv.
. t ,:. The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town I
HQSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY,
. FANCY QOOPS TN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT!
- -' GrOX3a.tXOX3b.Oia.!
CALL AND EXAMINE OUB LAROE STOCK Of
fc'-fr f Plov' Hndkrehiefs, Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, HaU, Caps, 4c,
&, before buying elsewhere. We have everything new and aoveL A specialty of the
WE HAVE A rtTLIt ASSORTMENT OT
BQOTS and, SHOES, MEN, BOYS, WOMEN MISSES!
' And psy especial attention to our trade in -
LADIES' OAIT E 11 SI
v - And have a full stock constantly en hand of all sizes, styles and qualities.
V ' - ' - la FUI.I AND COMPLETK I
READ THIS LIST OF PRICES:
N.O.Saa;er.m WklU Coffee Basrar, 15o Cioloe Rle Coffee, 25e
if30 oaHyaoTe,lQ , Rloe.lOe
K.O. Molsvasa,80 Raialna.S&e Caadlee.25e.
i?li.rdlF"l 8)r5,P't Cigars, Tobaccos, Indfgo. Logwood, Madder, Cloves,-Cinnamon, Pep.
Spices, tc, lc; BuckeU, Tubs, Brooms, Baskets. We invite you to come and see us, and
examine our stock and prices, when you come to town I
ISO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU GOODS!
Wd art) Determined to Sell at Some
' ff&uu 10 uata ana rrompt raying ctutomeri !
WE BUZ EVERUHINQ IN THE WAY OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK I
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOVELTIES AT THE
ONK BOOR WEST OF. COURT HOUSE,
HIGH GORE CORSET!
Price, and are Prepared to (Jive Bar-
TO BUY YOUS GOOBS CHEAP !
HA IN STRKET, MeABTHUB, OHIO.
With a Vlctnre of Greeley Jfc Drown. '
Good -bye, Ulysses. Bong and Chorus. Cor-
hum . 36c.
He always Wears an Old White Hat. Bong
and Chorus. Mararty 88c.
The : FamTer sroes Chopping on Ilia Way.
Song and Oiorus. HiKK'ns 85c.
Greeley and Brown's Galop to tho White
House. .Dresinler 40c.
Greeley's Grand Marr,h.a8mlth 40c
Greeley's Favorite Polka. Strata 40c.
' Any of the above mailed, on receipt of mark
ed price. Address, J. L. PETERS, 6U) Broad'
way; New York.
Bead 80 cents for the Intent lumber of PE
TEH8' MUSICAL MONTHLY, and you will
get eight or nine choice pieces of New JIuslo.
September Its, 187. ow
To NonResident Free-Holder.
DOUGLAS PUTNAM will take notice that
pursuant to en order of the Commissioners
of Vinson County, Ohio, upon a petition for the
establishment of a County Road in Knox Town
ship, viewers were appointed to meet at G. R.
Bed's, Iq said TowBHhip, oa the lth dsy of Oc
tuber, A.-O. lffis, at. tho hour of 10 o'clock A. it.
of eiilil day, te iny out and entabllsh a County
BoaAeJflng US IvUfHUJg described route, to-
" Beginnlnr t-a County Road leading from
Mopuvitlui Jliitoa CeuatVi to Alliany, Athens
County, at 0. R. Boll's gate; thence in a north
westerly direction through lands owned by aid
G. B. Boll, Riohey's heirs, Israel Chesser, Wm.
8. McWhorter, John Martin and James Mc
W barter, to a sugar tree In front of the School
House in Sub-District No. 8, in Knox Town
ship; thence In a mors westerly direction
through lands owned by J. B. Martin, Douglas
Putnam, and the M. A C. R. B, Compspv. to the
road leading from Athens to, Coo's Mill, and
there to terminate.
JOHsJ MARTIN, Principal Petitioner.
Iw; York OlSoa, 27 W
Coward of Counterfeits I
a sMwwiy oetnmaiaiisa. DMmml Druf-
ti aaasaasr m tail um HwiMriui nrntum
Mlla. T fnin4 hit Uu sum a Ja
STwat aaasaaar at sail iaa SMMiMfksw rassaksfraaMr
wrvtn. T faamws w nmn a j a BI aane
, aaaoaeaakars. AtltJun arSHwrlAUM imilfXMny
the eaaoiia Pllla era aahdllnr in tsa edns-ef ill
taoas aalnnalan iancns t irt&h 'tha
tbaatla eaostltatlan lnljt;.TIir mndsrsvn all
esoaasani ramovs'all bsUuetlans. tfH wli
isutlsulatly saltiHl, Jnjrylirie a sh
( 94 the IMnUif ptrlod with nrulari
aakaarf Ma-arraLeuntaln nothlnc ka
n v iu ooiuii.a.". u ammwm v. nvrruna nm
itnal aVOMtluaa, in Ins In tha Kaok and Llwha,
rtlraa on sllrht: axtrtloa. Palpitation of tka MMrt.
Irst.rtna sad whttsa.thsr will atfact a ear whoa
tl alhor snaana hava (all!. Tne slmuara aroaaa
ih Makaea titve fall dilutions and adrloa, of
lil bVs.nl fiae ta all writing fee tLsa, sealed
a alloaaas whtre ths oawmsi eannatbe
On Dollar enaloaed to tha- Holt Propria
NOSKd. IS OortUndt St., N1 1.orkj i3
, In-ara a kottla or the gniM.ebntmine fluid
'ura colds, a st bma, isoiouins, ions
naiv. HoAasaassa. Dirncol.T SniHsiia Ia
oirisav Ooissarrioa io Liao Dmisaa. f hay
aaTana wva at wwtioina. aaa an j oiuia win taas
4ba-n. Taonoanila have eaenroatonsd to hoalth thai
had aatare 4aoiralril, mitlmnnr a Ivan In hnndrMs
Vtraa8iB earkc)K. iOBWOBiirroprla-
lor.is jjornaaat pcront, nmw iffra.
THsaTcREAT rWEWCH REMEDY.
Ha, SIS BnaLorabud, Paris.
W.-aal11. .r. hilrhl. Mooiam.TiAalhrtha aatlra
In iUmwi orFnVm.trt'Thor-, arowlnal Wj.k-
Ui w .mih.m or wiHwf naaauMiariiintmioi
RworM. Wlltna Siral Bxasowa: JtolaaaXa-totthe
(HaltalUnranai W-akHpln.: napoalttlntha Urtna,
tni all ihoahaatly train of biaaaaaa arising ft ma
OvanuaotV Th.ytwa wbaaaUoUxarrw
a-liaaSMl. 1tmnhlAat Adtlo. In art Woi.or will
b sant fas taaay add -ana. Prlnai ft isanr Hex.
gatit h mull, mntrtlvMtiUdfmn mil 6.rla, an
nwM af ww. OhOA . loB a, is OoartAawi
ft a X aaa, tMe )aeM Ageal Waaaataa,
CAIEWT TOl WORLD. k3 4
OE THE EO AD TO FORTUNE.
By J. D. MILLS, a New York Merchant. A
new dook. 4W pages. Numerous illustrations,
Price I4.50. Liberal commissiou. Agut's outfit
75 cento. Solves the question, "Wlias shall I
do?" Completes the subject by showing how
best to do it. Is thoronirh. comDrehenslve. mor
al and lively. Tells of a thousand monev-ma-
King enterprises, Doth bynest and dishonest;
commends the former, exposos tho latter. He-
ates strange haps and mishaps to. and aneo
dotes of all sorts of money makers. etter than
all, it snows
Hnw Money Can be Made UW.
AGENTS. IT SELLS.
.' Be Quick for Choice of Territory.
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
'' ' 83 and 96 LIBIRTT SlBEIT, K. T.
WATCH-MAKR & JEWELER
AT MAIUFACTUEEE'S IBICES!
i i ... .i
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Repair
, ed Promptly. . .
All the Periodicals of the day furnished on
short notice. . , , .
'H S ('.',' 7 Oav -
GREELEY & Bit OWN
Cbromoi it 1 each. Come and gee.
O, VY, BAYLOR,
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
Por all General Dlseasoa of Stock and, ,
;' " Ponltry.
. - RRFEREWCE9!
nyder's, U.S. Assistant Assessor. Haunt
tuHuS. fr!.0, BS0,S Wvery and Exchange
Stable, Sanbnrr. la
OF TOTTNDttR-Wolfe 4
Pa. A. Kills'.: Marrh.nt
itiKtonvllle, J. Nice Slonaksr's,
aersy Hhore, Pa.
HOBSKS CURED OF LUNQ FEVER Heu
Bro's. Lewishnra Pa.
HOUSES CURED Ok COLIC Tcnaa Cling.
I. A A. Cadwa ar'a. llliinn P.
(.P -Dr. JlcCleary'i, J, H.afe
ITRir.n ni nam vn t . vn
Sr"' " , T. Krehtu, Watsontawn.
Pa, Dr. V. 0. Davis' orV. Itloker'a. John and
Milton, Pa. Hundreds more
thU a S ,tock was saved by aslng
nsw avv aaview i UlTUsJry
rRxrAftiD my' ,
, Druggist, Chemist, Horseman,
At his whoaale and retail dmr and chemical
emporium. No. 36 Broadway. Milton. Pen,n,,
I'll I iniitiian i
. t ;
been enraged in the study and
AJL itraotloe of Dent
try for fifteen veara ami
alocal practlonar in laokson for six years, and
having availed mysell of all the
I would reaparuWy; ay to the eltlsent of
tBOAwiur.ewi Kioiniiy uitt i am mily prepar
ed to manlptilnteall tha various lirannhM nFn.a
Prioes as low as the lowest. Work as
rood as thr beat.
Faraooa com in from
1 to remain until thaFr work
is done will be antertalnad at nri.i .l
dence free. .
ETHER gPR AYadlXECrmiCITT
Used In extracting teeth, rendering the!? e
traction comparatively palnleaa. A female at
tendent always en hand to wait unonladlaa.
s ewwvaww, aci iiss.
OTICE Is hf-rcliy given that there will lie a
MKetinvof tho lluanl of Hi lwul l'vmi,i.
of the Indiendent School District of .nleaki,
Viuton County, Ohio, for the examination of
vu nmn. nv .no rn n.mi-niMiiw ui .nia UlMiriCU
on TilURHDAV,OCTOIIKK3d, Vf.
Aitpllruntit should be present as early as 9
o'clock A. M. ,
By Order of tho Board. '
A. W. JAMES, Clerk.
September S5, 1872.
The Hamdeii Foundry Company
flnvlnn. imf.ltuan.1 .1.1 ...nil 1. i' .1
at Hsmdeu, Viutun Countv, Ohio, and supplied
, it with ail tho
Latest Styles of Patterns and Ua-
At groat expense, are now manufacturing every
Hollow Ware, Plain Heavy Castings
lor Inxnaoes, Shafting;, Stoves,
Grates, Fronts. Cane Mills,
Wagon Boxes. Plows.
AHD 0A8TIHG8 OP EVERZ DESCRIPTION.
The attention ofthe nublio is called to the
great variety of
COOK & PARLOR STOVES!
Which thev are enabled to sell cheaner than
elaewhere. The great advantage of purchasing
Stoves at this Foundry is, you don't have to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
you uo wnen you purchase eisewnere. A goou
Tin Ware, Sheet Iron &Copper Ware
Kept ou hand. This Foundry being a
And tho proprietors' practical workmen, who
attvud strictly to business; we can
. Manufact'ui o Our Own Qooda,
And sell them direct to the people at the wholo
sale prices at which the aaiue goods are offered
by Vinton County Healers. If you want a good
article at a luwurlce, glyens aoall.
Hlgliiwt' price paid old Brass, Copper, and
Persons desiring Castings for Patent Rights
will please send us their orders.
REPAIRING of all kinds neatly done.
HAMDExV FOUNDRY COMPANY,
September 88, 187s. Reed's Mills P. O.
DR. CROOKS WINE OP TAR!
ts-at hnsproved Dr.Cnxik's
HlneorTHr tohave more
merit than Biy almllar
the publlo. It Is rich In
t he medicinal qualities of
Tor, and unemialedi for
d iseAHMi of tha ThvvsaA A
2Tai Langs, performing tbe
S.it. tnnatremarkableourea. It
Vi sad Colds. It baa cured ao
V-sasa- llinuj Tum;cs vn Avessause
sum! Brouehltla, tliat It
-.' hua beea t)ronounoedl a
da saa .na.l A a w7r thiw. mm.
onialnta. For Paine IrMhe
Ilreaat, HMn or ltark,
1 sUravel or Uklisev slla
ease, d lueosea o f the Trls.
Vi.ft"' '' or any Uver Complaint
i ' s i linasnoequiu.
It to also a superior Tonic,
Beatores the Appetite,
Beatores Uie.Weak and lebilltated,
Caases tbe food to Ulereat,
Besnovea Dyapepsia and Indlimition,
rrevenla nalnrlous Fevers.
sSlvea.tone to jour (y eteua.
For restoring to Gray Hair ita
, natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
4 'X' ; H preserving the
. hair. It soon
Tfe 3 "WiT restores faded
or gray hair
to its original
color, with ths
Slots anal freshness of youth. Thin
air is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though nob always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are do-
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity,, to that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of, vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion -of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
doleterious ; substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the. hair, the vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR , DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy '
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
. Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Me Person earn takethesa Blttere accord
ing to directions, sad rrntain long unwsll, providMt
tli.ir bones sr aal destroyad by min,ral poiton or other
means, ayd Ills rltal organs wasnd bayond tha poiak
Uyapepala or Indigestion. Headache, Palsa
in th. Shoulders, Coughs, Tiglitntas of Ih, Chnt-Dis-lin.M,
Soar Krucisiious of ill. Stomach, Had Tutsi
In tlia Mnullv, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of ilia Lunes, Psin in th, rerioea
of the Kidneys, and S hundred oilier pimful eyniptoma.
ere th, oiTiprinK, of Dyiwpii. In tlteM complainta
It has no qual, and on, bottle will prove a tetter guar
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisiment,
' for female sJoniplututa, in youna or slat,
married or single, at tha Sawn of womaahood, or that
turn of life, these Tonic Bitiera display so decided aa
influence dial a marked improvement is soon percep
tible, i i
For luflsmmatory and Chronle Rli,a
ntatlam and Goat, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, bineanes of tlie Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, tlieM Hitters htv, no eqiisl. Such Uie
saaeear, caused by Vitiated Blond, which ia generally
pmlucvd by derangement of tha Uigestiv, Organs.
Thar ara a Uentla lura;atlve aa wall aa
a Tents, possaing aleo tlx peculiar merit of acting;
as a powerful agent in reiieving Congestion or Inrlana.
nation of tits Liver aud Visceral Organs, od in Uiliosss
For Skin Dleaaaas, Eruptlnna, Tetter, Salt
Rhauin, Blotches, SMta Pimplee, Ptntulas, lloila, Cas
bunclea, King-worms Scald-Head, Hore Eyes, arjr
sioelas. Itch. Scurfs, fliwolarationsof th, Skiu. rlumove
and Dtaeaaes of Iba Skin, of whatever nam, or nature,
ara literally dug up and carried out of tit ayelem la a
short time by the ua, of thine Hitters
Qreu,ful Tnoueautle proclaim VlNana rhrr- ,
Tans tha most wondarlut litvigorant that ever suatuined
th, sinking eyat.m. ' t
j WALKKfi Prnp'r. M rONlM CO..
Drugaists and Cen, Agts., San Prancieca, Cel..
and oor. of WatliiiiKtnn and Uiarltou Sis., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGG1S1 AND DCALtRSV
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