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PUBLISHED EVERY WIDNK8DAT BT
ar. yw. Bowon,
BOITOB AND PROPRIETOR.
J, BOWEES,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
MoARTHUB, OHIO.
Ho Business Sons on Saturdays.
TnE highest market price paid
for good Rags at this office.
Lay in your winter apples
now; the moon is all right.
What a refreshing shower we
were favored with yesterday.
Pay up your subscriptions in
corn, oats, potatoes, cash, &c.
Every Justice of the Peace in
need of blanks should call at
this office.
The best quality of Clothing at
reduced prices, at the Store of T.
A. Mellor, Zaleski. ,
The Court of Common Pleas
will convene on the 25th of No
vember, pursuant to adjournment.
An examination of the styles and
prices of Goods at Melxor's Store,
in Zaleski, would please you.
Ouit Union Schools, under the
superintendence of Prof. M. R.
Barnes, are in a prosperous con
dition, and the attendance large.
Take your corn and oats to
Duncan's Store, in Zaleski, where
you can get the highest market
price for them.
The second number of The
Gallipolis Ledger; a new journal,
has reached our table. It is
published by G. D. Hebard, and
is gotten up in fine style.
A town may be hid under a
cloud and rise above it in the
sunlight of prosperity. But the
cloud wants the smoke from the
stacks of manufactories.
T. A. Mellor, at Mrs. Dolan'h
old stand, in Zaleski, can furnish
you with a complete suit of cloth
ing, and a choice pair of Boots,
Shoes or Gaiters, for a small amount
of money. Visit his Store when
you go to Zaleski.
Envelopes. We have thou
sands of Envelopes of the best
quality for sale at this office. If
you want Envelopes with your
business card printed thereon,
come and see us. Prices aston
ishingly low.
The season for fires having
come, the flues in the different
parts of the village should be
subjected to a critical examina
tion, and every precautionary
measure instiuted to guard
against destruction of property
by fire. Our Fire Company are
as willing a set of boys as any
in the land, but with the present
system of fire alarms, much
damage might be done, before
they could get to the rescue.
The Stove Pipe Season. Get
out your stove-pipes, and prepare
yourself to discover that the
blamed things won't fit like they
did last year at all ; for verily
the time that tries men's souls is
again at hand. The only way
to keep a stove-pipe from grow
ing shorter after you put it into
the coal shed, is to keep them1
standing in the room all the
year. If you don't do this you
will have to thump the pipe out
of all respectability of appear
ance, and in some cases whale
your wife before you can get it
up properly in the Fall. Profit
by the advice which experience
dictates.
The Christian Aid Society
met at the residence of Mrs.
Jclia. A. Bobo, on Thursday
evening last. As Mrs. Bobo,
who has' sold the farm upon
which she resides, to E. D.
Wolf, intends to remove this
week to a farm she has pur
chased near Vanceburg, Lewis
County, Ky., a great number of
her relatives and friends the
children as well as older per
sons were present to bid her
and her children farewell. We
believe it was the brightest as
semblage that could be gathered
togetheiythe evening being very
pleasantly , spentan evening
that will long be remembered by
all present.
The various amusements in
troduced during the evening
were participated in by most of
those1 wresent, and tne excellent
refreshments brought in for the
sustenance of physical nature at
, the last happy hour were parta
ken of by all.
Gone to New York and
Philadelphia.
As usual, at this bouhou of the
year, the Dry Gooda House of Dam.
Will & Bros., of this town, is now
represented in tho New York and
Philadelphia Markets, by Aaron
Will, a member of the firm. lie
has been absent about two weeks,
and is, in making his careful selec
tion of Dry and Fancy Goods and
Boots and Shoes, taking advantage
of a recent decline in prices of
many Goods in the Eastern Mar
kets. The assortment of Goods,
which will begin to arrive this
week, will comprise every foaturo
pertaining to the season. The
most extensive preparations are be
ing made for the grand stock of
Goods all of which will be bought
at such low figures for cash that
they will be enabled to sell lower
than at the Cincinnati Wholesale
Houses.
The proceedings of a S. S.
Meeting, which assembled at the
Christian Church in McArthur,
on Tuesday evening, were hand
ed us too late for publication,
but will appear in our next issue.
We are glad to learn that a
movement is being inaugurated
to bring about a thorough and
systematic organization of the
Sabbath Schools of our town,
and it is hoped that they may
succeed in taking into their
ranks the bands of boys who
desecrate the Sabbath by con
gregating on the street, and in
dulge in profane and boisterous
conversation, or shuffle cards in
the alleys. Let christian men
and women take hold of the
work in earnest. .
All Novelties the Market
Affords.
J. A. Felton is determined that
no House in Vinton County shall
hold out greater inducements or
'.jive greater bargains than his own.
He is always on the look-out for a
time to buy Goods in the Eastern
Market while they are on the de
cline, That time having arrived,
he left last week for Philadelphia,
where he will select a large variety
of the new styles of Goods, es
pecially for the Fall Trade. The
Goods will arrive in a very short
time, and to tho public we would
say, be sure and pay the House of
Mr. Felton a visit and see if his
selections are not far superior to all
others he has made!
Elegant and Complete.
The Dry Goods Emporium of
Will & Co., in Zaloski, is repre
sented in the Eastern Markets by
one of the sharpost buyera of Dry
nd Fancy Goods, who will make a
most choice selection of Goods for
the trade of that locality. We can
assure the people that when this
stock arrives, they will have an as
sortment to select from, in which
they cannot fail to be suited,
whether they wish Goods for men,
women, or children. The prices,
too, will pleaBe everybody.
District Council.
The Scioto District Council of
the Christian Union will hold
its next session at Mount Plea
sant Chapel, Athens County,
Ohio, commencing Friday, Nov.
8th, 1872, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Those coming by railroad will
stop at Athens, where convey
ances will be in readiness to
take them to the seat of Council.
JOSEPH NICHOLS, Sec'y.
Settlement Notice.
ALL those knowing themselves
ndebted to tho firm of Richmond
& Huhn are requested to call imme
diately and settle accounts. We
can not carry accounts from one
year to another abd pay our own
Dills. lilCHMOND & ilUHN.
October 2, 1872. tf
Corn is selling at 40 cents
per bushel delivered, and oats at
30 to 33 cents delivered, in Mc
Arthur and Zaleski.
Hay brings from $10 to $15
per ton.
At Cincinnati corn is worth
40 cents; oats from 28 to 35;
hay from $13 to $20.
Worth Seeing.
The display of fine Goods at Mil
lob's Dry and Fancy Goods House
is worth seeing. None bat first-
class goods to be seen in the House,
and Tom will sell to you Groceries,
Dry Goods, or anything else at as
tonishing low figures.
Ladies, go and see the elegant
display of Millinery Goods at Mil
Loa's Dry Goods House, in Zaleski.
Mrs. Mklloe will sell you any
article in the Millinery line at lower
prices than elsewhere.
We hear of buckwheat cakes
occasionally, but haven't seen
toy.-, ,.ui-;'v .
The following is a lull list, of
the appointments madii by the
Ohio Conference of tho M. E.
Church, which closed its session
at Zanesville a few days ago, for
the Lancaster, Marietta and Gal
lipolis Districts:
LANOARTIB DIHTKIOT.
Presiding Elder, W. T. Harvey.
Lancaster T, It. Tavlor.
Cii-Glerlllo-T. II. I't'iiUiiis.
Logan W. (J. Holiday.
Royalton-S. U. lllker.
Baltimore J. W. linker.
South Iiloomflold II. h. Whitehead.
Tarlton F. H. Thurston.
Rushville F. S. Lewis, J. M. Berry.
West Kushvllle-T. H. Unidiick.
Maxvllle-IUH. Westervelt, B. H. (Irllllth. ,
Straitsville To be supplied.
New Plymouth J. H. Hopkins,
; Mount Pleasant J. T. Ginuh.
Somerset B. F. Somerset.
South Perry J. F. Kemper.
atARIITTA DISTRICT.
Presiding Elder, E. II. Dixon.
Marietta Centenary, C. D. Bat tulle; Whit
ney Chapel, J. II. Acton.
Ilarmar-J. M. Weir.
Belpre J. Van Law.
Barlow J. I Dnrant.
Plymouth K. Callaghnn.
Amesville I. Mackey.
Coolvllie-W. J. Urltllthand D. J. Smith.
Pleasonton 8. Purden and one to be supplied.
Chester J. 8. Rickets.
Athena E. II. lieagler.
Itaydensville J. F. Dickson.
Nclsonvlllo-C. II. Warren.
Zaleskl-K. N. Nichols.
McArthur K. Douirhtv.
W. H. Scott and J. T. ilatfleld, Profossor In
the Ohio State University, members of Athens
Quarterly Conference.
A. 8. Gibbons, transferred to the California
coniercnce.
OALMPOLia DISTRICT.
Presiding Elder, J. Dillon.
Gallipolis Circuit, D. Tracy and one to be sup
plied.
Pomorov 8. C. FramDton.
Racino and Syracuse J. 8. Postlo and one to
oe supplied.
Letart-B. Lowe.
Hiddleport-W. 8. Benner.
Cheshire W. Abornathy.
Wflkesvlllo-E. W. Howe.
Berlin-W.N. Middletou and D. Morgan.
Jackson J. E. Bowers.
Centervlllo M. D. Vaughn,
Patriot-P. B. Davis.
Swan Creek To be supplied.
Rome II. II. Gibbons.
Uamden R. Watson.
Rev. J. D. Fry is the Finan
cial Agent of the 0. W. U., in
the London District.
How to Go West.
This is an enquiry which every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before he starts on his journey,
and a little care taken in exumma
tion oi Koutes will in ninny ciihop
save much trouble, time ami money
The "I. B: & IV. Route," running
from Indianapolis through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, hns achieved a
eplerJdid reputation in the Inst two
years as the leading Plunger
lioute to the West. ,At burlington
it connects with the great Burling
ton Koute which runs direct thro
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and
Kansrs, 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. & 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
Great West, which can be obtained
free of charge by addressing the
General Passenger Agen B. & M. R.
It., Burlington, Iowa.
Five Hundred Thousand.
VST 500,000 Bottles of GrienkV
August Flower has beon Hold in
this State in three months. We on
ly ask you to go to the drug stores
of Gunning or Sifison, McArthur.
0., and get a Bottle Free of charge,
or a regular sizo at 75 cts. Every
Bottle warranted to euro Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Sickhendtiche,
Costivenoss, Heartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion.
Impure Blood, and all disease caus
ed by Impure Blood, or deranged
Stomach and Liver, Try it.
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
Columbus, O.
Vinton County Stock Sales.
Arrangements have been made
for holding Slock Sales at McAr-
thur on the second Tuesday of each
month, tho first sale to bo held
Tuesday, November 12th, 1872.
The people of Vinton and adjoin
ing counties are invited to attend
the stock sales and to bring their
stock along.
The greatest want of the present ago Is men
and women, healthy and vigorous In mind and
body. The continued headaches, weaknesses,
nervousness, and varying ailments which nflllct
men are generally the result of Imperfect action
of the stomach and other vital organs. Da
WALiia'i California Vinmab Bitters, be
ing composed entirely of vegotahle suhstt uces
indigenous to California, may be takon with
perfect safety by tho most dulicato, and are a
sure remody, correcting all wrong action and
giving now vigor to tho whole system. ocMMt
ForAyer's Medicines, go toG.
W. Sisson's.
Ilolloway's Pills and Oint
ment.
Health, cheerfulness, long life, depend upon
the regular action of the digestive organs, pure
seorotloni, and tho vigorous condition of the
lungs and the nerves. Alt these conditions ol
the system are scoured by the use of the above
remedies. Sold 78 Maiden Lane, New York.
Price, 85 cents per box or pot. Ask for new
style; tho old Is counterfeited. '
Speer's Wines.
The Port Grape especially deserves mention
for its superior medicinal qualities. Mr. Bpeer,
of New Jersey, it should bs known, Is one of
the most extensive producers and dealers In
Pure Wine and Brandies in the United Statos,
He has placed before the American publlo a su
perior quality of Wine. It is bottled when four
yean old, and sold prlnoipany py cimggista.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, Mc
Arthur, Ohio.
Tni Amimoax Stock Journal for October
contains a number of well written articles of
great Interest to the farmer and stock raiser.
IUustratod with engravings of Modal Stable,
Short Horn Cow, Berkshire Hog, Perchoron
Horse, reed SUamers, Wild Animals, Fowls,
Pigeons, Birds, Ac, Every family should send
for a FRBR specimen copy, or 11.00 for 1878, and
get three numbers of this year free. Address
N. P. Bonn CO., ParkesburgChostor Coun
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
gotoBissoa'Bi
REMOVAL i ,
DRUQS ! DRUGS! !
0. T. Gunnino has just removed
from tho "Old Brick Corner" hie
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
ery, ic, to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building, one door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, where he will be
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohirn their patronage.
Ilia New Room is really the finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supply 0
Drugs, W inos, Oils, Toilets, and the
lirte equal to any othWgstablishment
in tho country.
Ho fills presciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers treason
able rates. If you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this one.
Dr. N. J. Bowkrs, Dentist. Mc
Arthur, Ohio, .
WHERE TO EMIGRATE I
We answer, go to tho Southwest Missouri,
because the Atlantic A Paclflo Railroad Co.
offer 1,800,000 Acres of Land to actual settlers,
allow price ou long credit, besides furnishing
free transportation over their road to purchas
ers; this rond extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vinitlu, Indian Territory, is being
pushed rapidly to Its destination, the Pacifle
Coistswillbo one of the trunk lines of the
country, never blockaded by snow the lands
lions; the road are In a rich fertile country, as
E reductive nanny in theState;theolimatooom
i.nes all the ad vantages of northern and south
ern lutltudos; good climate, soil, health, water,
limber, srrazlnu, fruits and flowers, invite you
toKo to this region. For further Information
address A TUCK, Land Com'r, 528 Walnut
Street, St. Louis, Mo. 13-ly
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
Are You Going West ?
If so, take our advice, and purchase your tick
ets over the old reliable and popular Uisoarl
Pacifle Railroad which is, positively, the only
Line that runs three Dally Express Trains from
St. Louis to Kansas City, and the West I and Is
positively, the only Line whioh runs Pullman's
Palace Bleopers and Day Coaches (eapeccially
for movers) equipped with Miller's Safety Plat
form and the patent Steam Brake, from St. Louis
to Kansas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth. Atchison, St. Joseph, Nebraska,
City Council bin lis and Omaha, without change!
For inforiniitlon in regard to Time Tables, rates
At;., to any nointin Missouri. Kansas. Nebraska.
Colombo, Texas or Cull I fern la, call on or address
8. II Thomson, Agont Missouri Pacifle R.E. Col
umhiis. Ohio; or, E. A. Ford, General Passenger
Agnet.Bt. LiOIIIS, JIO
No trouble to answer questional
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis-son's
Drug Ptora.
There is only one Store in Vin
ton county whero you can find a
general variety of Goods is kept.
It is tho Store of Thomas A. Mel
lou, in Zaleslu.
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
Call nt Gvnnino'b Druo Bronx, in Will's
Building, and see those Fine Oil Paintings,
Chromos, Photographs, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are for sale very cheap. They
re so bountiful!
Leantlcr M. Jones' Heirs.
Probate Court, TMon County, OMo.
XtOTIC'K Is hereby that Jesse II. Jones, as
a.1 Uunrdiun of Klijah E., Lcander V., and
( , ...I I ,.! LJ. ...-!
jukhu ill. ijtiucn. milium, no uiuti inn accuunui
with said wards, for partial settlement : and
mat tu Hearing r tne same is set lor BATUK
DAY, NOVEMBER tlth, lbli. at 10 ocloek A. M.
II. B. MAYO,
Ootobcr 10, 1872-4W Probate Judge.
ON MARRIAGE. Happv Relief for Yoxng
Meu from the effects of Errors and Abuses
in early life. Manhood restored. Nervous
debility cured. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
scntlree, in sealed envelopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
asouth Ninth St., Philadelphla.Pa. 1-tf
SfliOTCUM)
C BEST IN THE WORLD.T
Hew York Offloa. 27 BEWWAJB ST.
Deware of Counterfeits!
JOB MOSES' raAmfflF
.vs
i urauiiiii. rnimnuinn. Dltlumul Or.
fUli mttnoT to fit tht covnfrlUt tomokorrtaur
vronti. lit fwuini nay Hnnwy . mm
tntaehvuekf. All ollurt mri Mtrthli imluuiu,
h. a.am.a Pill. KM onhullnr in U ntm at all
those painful and dtnrsrons iUsmms U whl.H tas
f.mU constitution tssabjMt. Thsr sao4nts all
eiosMM and rsmovs all ebstnutloas. ftesa what-
V" Irn a a n n ntn UDRI
thsrare wrtloululr lutwi Thsr will la a start
time brine on tbs monthv psrloa wub nrnlarltyi
and althouf h vsry Mwtrfol, ojnUln notlun aurU
fid to th oonttitutlon. In all oasts of Mmvoii b4
Spinal Affsotlons, Plns to th Bw n ttmk,
Ktiiras on slicht enrtlaa, Palpitation of tta Uwt,
HysUrios andWhitos, thor will a tot h.a
Mb. paokmjrWs full dlroetioas and advio,
will be Mnt fro to all writing 1m Uuaa. Mitt
from observation.
N. fl. In all ohms where ths essnirt oanaot e
i fl. In all outs wnars tns osinss oanaot s
ilnod, Ons Dollar snolosti to ta Bole FraprU
JOB MOSK8, II OortlanAt iU Kw Tarsv will
its a bottls of the ftnuint, ooaulnlna MVr
el
1
ObtalnM, Oi
ir, JU
nan &
ills, by return nmii, wrar smms trass, aay
R ELI EF IN TENllriUtCw;
TWVAWH PTTT.MOHIC TVAVW.n
flnrsOoDOKt, OoLDsVASTaiii, Baosoaivis. ioaa
TnaoiT, Hoisi,DirnootT Buiitaiao, I.
cirisaT 0ossortio ab Disaisaa. Thr
hnvano ta.ts or mtdlolno, and any oblld will Uk
ilium. Thoiimnd hart b..n nitorad to htmltk tlul
of muss. AsklwUKTANgrprMpNin WAtltl.
VrlreSSoea per bo. J08UOai4.irori.
lor, is uortuvnni g'.rnst, fl ibti,.
THETcREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
N- su fin. Ttmbard. Part.
Tbw pills are blsAilr i"w Sr the satlie
MadloU Faoulty oT Vrano u tu vry Mat nwdf
In alt es of 8pmitoiThflH, or BTtnimd Witt.
nssj Nlrhtly, Dilly or Prma'wr ImUlot (.
nal WnVan or Inpoungi I Wkn m sruiint trcm
HoorntUibiiaanil 8ul .sss;Jiliff,ft)ie
Qonltal Organs ! Wk Spin ; Dpoila Ui ths TJrlaa,
nil all thsshaatly tnln of DIsmms artninf tnm
OvroM ot ITimHMS. Thrf ours hK ill tiur rat
ed tw fail. Vtatphlttof 44vloslnMnt kax, wia
b sent Koseonf artdrw.- rlet 111 er Ineiu
gent by maU. our'iHuajrom an iir,ii,,M
rMrntorprM. (muikaa.iiuHB8.itooBvi.ssat
r nw xoas. Bote waAsw
Wf ARE READY FOR THE FALL TRADE, WITH A LARGE
AND ELEGANT
ASSOfeTlEllTT OF GOODS
i OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
! OX BBAVTXVUIi SSI'YXjXiaS OX .
Ilolri. cfc? DF"cixxoy Bress Ooodo
Prints, Delaines, Pluln Lustres, Corded Lustres, Broclie Cords, Plaids, Poplins, Wool Delaines,
; Illack Bilks, Waterproofs, c,
S IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE FULL LINES OF
Je(ins, Caasimeres, Coatingst
Tweeds, Casinetta,
FLANNELS. PLAIN RED AND WHITE, AND FANCY PLAIDS !
Canton Flannols, Drillings, Bleached and Brown Mnslins, of every grade, Tickings, Checks,
: Napkins, Table Damask, Toweling,
Shawls, Cloak, Furs. Velveteens Sec,
Everything New and Novel
I this line of Goods we carry the largest and
(uvimu hi our targe
LACES,
DKESS TRIMMINGS,
DRESS BUTTONS,
EDGINGS,
FRINGE!,
AND ESPECIALLY TO OUR LARGB LOT OF
KID, LISLE THREAD, SILK AND COTTON GLOV ESI
i In every style, shado and quality. .;
THE CELEBRATED
The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town 1 ;
HOSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY,
J FANCY GOODS IN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT!
G-ezxtXenaerL! ;
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Collars, Neckties, Bows, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Hats,1' Caps, 4c,
Ac, before buying elsewhero. We have everything new and novel. A specialty of the
COIiZiEOIIsr COLLAB I t
"WE HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS and SHOES, MEN, BOYS, WOMEN and MISSES!
And pay especial attention to onr trade in
LADIES' GAITERS!
; And have a full stock constantly on hand of all sizes, styles and qualities.
Oiar Grooery
IS FULL AND
i READ THIS LIST OF PRICES:
N.p.Sagar,12Ko White Coffee Sugar, 15o Choloo Rio Coffee, 25o
J Ta Coffee 30o Young Hyson Tea. tl.00 Rioe, lOo
N. O. Molasses, 80o Raisins, 25o Candies. 25o.
Bacon, Lard, Fish, Bymps, Cigars, Tobaccos, Indigo. Logwood, Sladder, Cloves, Cinnamon, Pep
per, bpices, c, 4c.j Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, Baskets. We Invito you to come and see as, and
examine our stock and prices, when you come to town)
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU GOODS !
AND
We are Determined to Sell at Some Price, and are Prepared to Give Bar
gains to Cash and Prompt Paying Customers !
WE BUY EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK!
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOVELTIES AT THE
"OLID COEITEB BTOEE I "
TEEN REMEMBERTHE PLACE
-IS
T. 2sA.TI3Sr &c SON'S,
ONE DOOtt WEST OF COURT HOUSE. MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMPEOVED
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GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS
i FITTED WITH THE
' SCRIBNERS PATENT
An Invention having a most important Bearing on tne future reputation of Reed Instrumental
by ths use of which the quantity or Volume ot tone Is very largely increased, and the quality oi
sue lone reaueruu
Eaual to that of the Best Pnpe
Oureelebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent," "Vox Humana," 'Wilcox Patent" Octave Coup
ler, The charming "Oello" or "Llarinet" 8topt. and
ALL TI1E LATE IMPROVEMENTS
1 ' ' - Can bo obtained onlv In the Ormina.
Thirty-five different Styles for the Fa rlor and
'
.
DPIXIOESiS, $50 TO SSOO.
OTOK ASD WAREBOOMS, COEHEE 6IH AND CONGRESS STB1 ETS. DETKOIT, MICHI3A
llabltshed in ?Sfi. 1 AOENTS WANTED IN K VERY COUNT
' ' Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH OEGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
ww'm.jp i mm i
"Si Ijtunl"
keep constantly on band every detorlption of
FURNITURE 0 F MODERN STYLES.
I manufacture to order and repair furniture of all kinds, it the most reasonable prices.'
I am prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EYERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
' ' ' ' and accompany them With a Hearse.
TTk publlo art) liiTitad t all and exmlne my Stock.
state, t. i PAltIS UORTON.
in 'Our Notion Department!
best stock In Vinton County. The particular
ana elegant assortment ot
INSERTIONS,
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HAMDENFOUNDRY
The Hamflen Foundry Company
Having purchased this well-known Foundry,
at Hamden, Vinton County, Ohio, and supplied
it with all the
Latest Stylos " of Patterns and Ha-
. cMnery, . v
At great expense, are now manufacturing every
description of .
Hollow Ware, Plain Heavy Casting
for Furnaces, Shafting;, Stoves,
Orates, Fronts. Ca ne Mills,
Wagon Boxes, low.
AND 0A8TIHQ8 OP 17E&Z DESOEIPTIOSr.
The attention of the public is called to the
great variety of - '
COOK & PARLOR STOVES!
Which they are enabled to sell cheaper than
elsewhere. The great advantage of purchasing
Stoves at this Foundry I. you don't have to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
you do when you purchase elsewhere. A good
assortment of
Tin Ware, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware
Kept on hand. This Foundry being a
HOME IWBTITUTIOW,
And tho proprietors practical workmen, who
attend strictly to business, we can
Manufacture Oar Own Goods,
And sell them direct to thenconle at the whole
sale prices at which the same goods are offered
by Vinton County dealers. If yon want a good
article at a low price, giveus acall.
Highest price paid old Dross, Copper, and
Scrap Iron.
rersons desiring uastings ior ratont wgnts
will please send us their orders.
BEPATRINQ of all kinds neatly done.
HAMDEN FOUNDRY COMPANY,
September 25, 1873. , Reed's Mills P. O.
No Person can take these Bitters accord,
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or oilier
means, tnd the vital organs wasted beyond the point
of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Die
sineu, Soar Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tatts
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of Ilia
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungi, Pain in 'lie regions
of the Kidneys, and a hundred older painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dypepsia. In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove s Letter guar
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Coniplnlnts, in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory' and Chronio Rheu
matism and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter.
. . c- r: c .1.- til 1 T : V '. J .
milicni revere, vik,kbw uiv uiuuu, w.si,
and Bladder, these hitters have no equal. Such Die
cases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
'i ney nre is uenue rurg.u,. mm wcit mm
m Tonic, possessing alio the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, PuMules, Boils, Car
buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery.
sipelat, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationsof the Skin, Humors
snd Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up snd carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vimscar Bit
Ties ths most wonderful Invigorant that ever susuined
the sinking system.
WALKER, Prop'r. R. H. McDONALD U CO.,
Druggists and Gen, Agts., San Francisco, Cal..
snd cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ajrue, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, PeriocUoal or Bilious Fever, fto.,
and Indeed all ths affeotions whioh ana
from, malarious, marsh, or yn'MTPStlt
poisons.
No one remedy Is louder
called for by the necessities of
the American people than a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Ague. Such we are now
enabled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise
from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this dis
order must be of immense service in the com
munities where It prevails. Prtvtntion is better
than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which,
he must run in violent attacks of this baleful dis
temper. This "Curb" expels the mlasmatio
poison of Fbvsb and Aouss from the system,
and prevents the development of the disease, If
taken on the first approach of Its premonitory
symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever
yet discovered for this class of complaints, but
slso the cheapest. The large quantity we sup
ply for a dollar brings It within the reach of
everybody; and in bilious districts, where
Fkvkr and Aqui prevails, everybody should
have it, and use it freely, both for cure and pro
tection. It Is hoped tills price will place It within
the reach of all the poor as well as the rich.
A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittents Is, that It contains no Qui
nine or mineral; consequently It produces no
aulnlsm or other injurious effects whatever npon
to constitution. Those cured by It are left as
healthy as if they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence
of the mlasmatio poison. A neat variety of dis
orders arise from its Irritation, among which
aro Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, lleadaohe,
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of ths Spleen,
Hysterics, Pain In the Bowels, Collo, Paralysis,
and derangement of the Stomach, all of which,
when originating In this cause, put on ths In
termittent type, or become periodical. This
"Cuke" expels the poison from the blood, and
consequently cures them all alike. It is an In
valuable protection to Immigrants and persons
travelling or temporarily residing in the mala
rious districts. If taken occasionally or dally
while exposed to the Infection, that will be ex
creted from the system, and cannot accumulate
in sufficient quantity to ripen Into disease.
Honce It is even more valuable for protection
than core; and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if they avail thomaelvea of the protec
tion this remedy affords.
For IAvxr Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, sunt,
nlnting the Liver Into healthy activity, and pre
ringing many truly remarkable cures, where
other medicines fail.
mCTABID ST '
Dr. J. C. AYEIt fc CO., Lowell, Blast.,
Practical and J.natyHcal CAewstsfs.
AND BOLD ALL BOUND TBI 'WORLD.
PRICB, $2.00 J XQXXXJC.

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