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rUDMSIIED EVERT WBDHISDAT BY
J". W. Bowon,
BDITOB AND PBOfBIBTOB.
J, BOWEES,. .
; Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
No Business Tone on Saturdays.
What beautiful October weath-
erl . . .
Be sure to go and vote for
Greeley next Tuesday 1
DcEiN(i the past month this
paper has been like the west
ward bound St. Louis Express on
, the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
road a little behind time.
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. Trices aston
William Shober, Secretary of
, , the Gallipohs, McArthur & Co
lumbus Railroad Company, has
resigned, and J. J. Cadot, . of
Gallipohs, appointed by . the
Board of Directors to fill the
. In the case of William Raynor
vs. Lotas Moore, et. al., m- the
Perry County Court of Common
Pleas, ihe report of the Com
missioners was confirmed and a
sale of land ordered. This is
the case, we believe, in which
our townsman, LaFayette Ray
nor, is interested.
Not within the memory of the
oldest inhabitant has Uig ltac
coon been so low as at the preS'
ent time. There is not sufficient
water in the stream to keep its
reputation as a river even thirty
five per cent, below par; in fact,
it is a failure above Zaleski, and
for many miles below.
We learn from the Chillicothe
papers that Hon. L. T. Neal,
Congressman elect of the Ross
District, has resigned the office
of Prosecuting Attorney of that
county, and Hon. Arch. Mayo,
who was elected to that office at
the election on the 8th inst, has
been appointed to fill the va
A urge and enthusiastic
meeting of the people was held
at Allensville last . Saturday
evening, which was addressed
by Harrison Lyle of Richland,
and M. R. Potter, of Jackson
Township. Our Allensville cor-
Tespondent, ' in another part of
this paper,' says the meeting was
the best of the campaign at that
Farm for Sale. Attention is
directed to the advertisement of
"Valuable Farm for Sale," in
another part of this paper. The
farm is an excellent one, in a
pleasant situation, and the terms
easy. Those wishing to pur
chase qr examine it should call
upon Patrick Kelly, one of the
County Commissioners, who re
sides near the farm.
Earth is as the falling leaves.
They fall - each day, but we
notice it scarcely save when in
autumn, they are blown by the!
"1 .1 .11.1 .11- ! T
jnrieicing oiasi in ciouas Deiore
us. The thought that some die
each day, has little effect upon
us. We are only roused when
great strokes of calamity occur
around us, when death reigns
supreme and enters in at almost
every door. . ;
Safely at Home!
The Dry floods House of Dan.
WiW & Bros, is singularly for
tunato in tho siJoptiW of Goods.
They never fall to socure just
such styles as are sure to please
their, numerous customers and
the publio generally. ; i , ; ' .
Aaron has returned home, feel
ing happy because ho can pleaso
the people with thg choice lots
of Goods which are arriving ev
ery day from . New . York and
Philadelphia, and which are far
superior to any lot ever receiv
ed by them, the prices being 15
per cent, lower than other House
can afford to sell.
Go and see -the beautiful
qualities of the Eastern Goods.
Even an examination of their
Goods would m'ako you feel,
Meeting of Sabbath School
Oct. 22, 1872.
, Pursuant ( to 1 previous ' an
nouncement, the Teachers and
Superintendents of the Sabbath
Schools of McArthur, assembled
at the Christian Church. The
meeting was organized by call
ing J. S. Huhn to the Chair, and
lw Craig, becretary.
' The Methodist Episcopal,
Presbyterian and Christian Sab
bath Schools were fully repro
sented. The President briefly
stated the objects of the meeting.
the principal of which was : The
best means to be adopted to se
cure punctual attendance on the
part oi pupils in, the . Babbath
V anous suggestions were
made," among which the follow'
ing were adopted :
Resolved, That the several
Schools hold a Union Monthly
Meeting: for the children of the
various Schools. w
Resolved, That the Superin
tendents and Teachers , of the
various abbath Schools ' be re
quested to present to their sevt
eral schools and classes the
propriety , of holding a Union
Resolved, That the Chair ap
point a committee to superintend,
and carry out the suggestions
and resolutions of this evening;
the committee consisting of Bros
J. S. Huhn, L. 0. Perdue and G.
. Other suggestions were made,
which are reserved until next
meeting for action as follows:
That a committee be appointed
to wait upon the parents and
children and solicit them to. at
tend the various schools. Also,
another : The propriety of or
ganizing a union class of Sab
bath School . Teachers, and
adopting a . uniform system of
lessons for all the schools in
town. .' i :
To make the Sabbath School
cause an efficient power in our
town, we want live, energetic
men and women at the front,
with praying parents marching
to the field . of harvest, already
ripe and waiting to be gathered
home to the glory of God, and
with credit to the laborers.
Resolved, That the . meeting
adjourn to meet at the Presbyte
rian Church on Friday evening,
November 1st A full attend
ance is desired.
J. S. HUHN, Chairman.
R. CRAIG, Secretary.
A reply seems to be demanded
by what seems to be a general
query, in regard to my practice
of abstaining from ordinary avo
cations on Saturdays, the busiest
and most profitable business day
of the week. It is answered, in
reply to all interested, that the
day is regarded as sacred and
holy the Sabbath the seventh
day, in which no work is to be
done, excepting such as may be
rendered necessary by some
pressing exigency, as the relief
or amelioration of suffering, or
other acts of mercy and human
ity. It may be . necessary to
urtber state that this belief and
practice is ' not wholly derived
from the old Hebrew Scriptures,
or, in other words, we are not a
N. J. BOWERS, Dentist.
McArthur, Oct. 22, 1872.
About two years ago, most of
our citizens remember a quarrel
some man, named Richard Folis,
a Canadian, who was in' the em
ploy of John Seal of our town,
as a currier. On Sunday night
ast he wandered into a house of
ill-fame at No. 23 6th Street, in
Cincinnati, and got into difficulty
with a man named Christopher
Dorpf, which resulted in. his
death. .Tho, murderer was ar
rested "and bound over under a
bond of $10,000. .
The Scioto District Council of
the Christian : .Union will hold
its next session at Mount Plea
sant Ohapp, Athens County,
Ohio, commencing Friday, Nov.
8th, 187,2, at o'clock P. M.
Those coining by railroad will
stop at Athens, where convey
ances will be in readiness to
take them to the Boat of Council.
JOSEPH NICHOLS, Sec'y.
The prospect is good in this
county for a brisk Fall Trade.
Lot our business men . advertise
and' develop' it ' ' ''' '
Sudden Death of Deputy
Sheriff A. L. Hunter.
It ll our painful duty to announce llio sudden
death of Abrav L. III'ntkr, Deputy sheriff of
Vinton County, whit It occurred at nil reaidunce,
thi Jailor's Dwelling, about, 8 o'clock, on
Thursday morning, Oi tolier 4, IKS, after a
brief illness, having takon sick, on the Friday
renins previous to lit duath. . . ,
The deceased waa born tu Monroe Township,
Muskingum County, Ohio, on the 5th of July,
18M, and hli age was S3 years, 8 montlii, and It
days. He came to Elk Township, with his pa
rent, in the' year 1861, and had resided here
Ince that time. In Way, 1867, he married Miss
Bibicoa WARM!, of this town, and he lonvos
his beloved wife, an aged mother, and a number
of brothers and sisters, to mourn his untimely
death. Being pne of our most respected and
reputable citizens, man of genial and obliging
disposition, his death caused an unusual shock
to our entire community. He was always a
Arm Democrat, and in bis death, the party, as
well as community, lose a most useful member.
He had filled the office of Constable for a num.
bar of years. During the two terms which J.
J. 8BOOKCT was Sheriff of this County, Mr.'
Huntib was Deputy Sheriff, being appointed
to that position about the first of the year 1865,
and from tho commencement of the term of
Danikl Booth, Sheriff, In January, 1809, until
his death, he filled the position of Deputy Sher
iff and Jailor.
He was a member of the MaSonlo Lodge of
this place, and occupied an honorable position
among his fellow-men. But those who knew
him so well, will know him no more forever.
We can truly say that his departure has loft a
great vacancy In the family and social circle;
a vacancy which no earthly object can Hill
At 1 o'clock on Friday afternoon, tho mem
bers of the MoArthur Hasonio Lodge, assisted
by delegations from neighboring Lodges, to
gether with a large number of the citizen of
the conny, assembled at his late residence to
pay the last tribute of respect to their late
brother and friend. The whole the formed
Into procession and proceeded to the Presbyte
rian Church, where the funeral services wore
read by Rev. B. Dqoqhty. of the M. K. Church,
Who also delivered a very impressive discourse,
eulogizing, in his usual eloquent Und affection
ate manner, the merits of the deceased in ev
ery relation of life. The beautlul services for
the burial of the dead, according to the Ma
sonic Order, were then commenced, C. P. Ward
officiating, and tho procession again formed
and proceeded to the. Hoffhlnos' Graveyard,
two miles south of town, whore tho Masonic
rites wore resumed, and the remains intoned,
feelingly and Impressively, from our sight.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis-son's
How to Got West.
This is an enquiry which every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before he starts on his journoy,
and a little care taken in examina
tion oi Routes will in ninny cases
save much trouble, time and money.
The "I. B: k. W. Route," running
from Indian spoils through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, hits achieved a
splendid reputation in the Inst two
years as the leading PttSrtenirur
Route to the AVcst. ' At Burlington
it connects with the great Burling
ton Route which runs direct thro'
Southern Iowa to Nebrimka and
Eanurs, 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 pntitlod "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of tho
lireat West, which can be obtained
free of charge by addressing the
Weneral rassenger Agon a. & M. K
R., Burlington, Iowa.
Da. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, Mc.
Five Hundred Thousand.
I 500,000 Bottles of Greene's
August Flower 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,
0., and get a Bottlo Free of 'charge,
or a regular sizo at 75 eta. Every
Bottle warranted to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, SickheHdache,
Costiveness, Heartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion.
impure Blood, and nil disease ciiuh.
ed by Impure Blood, or doranged
Stomaoh and Liver. Try it. .
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
ForAyer's Medicines, go toG.
W, Sisson'8. ' ''
Dr. N. J. BowKRs, Dentist, Mc
Arthur, Ohio. :
ALL those knowing themselves
indebted to the firm of Richmond
& Huhn are requested to call imme
liately and settle accounts. We
can not carry accounts from one
year to another, alid pay our own
bills. Richmond & Huiw.
October 2, 1872.-tf
Da. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, Mc
Are You Going West?
If so, take onr advice, and purplisne you r tick
ets over the old reliable and popular Uisourl
Pactflo Railroad' which Is, positively, Ihe only
Line that runs three Dolly Exprens Trains from
St. Louis to Kansas City, and the West I and i
positively, the only I.lne whlflli runs Pullman's
Palace Hleepers and lny Onnchcs (nK'oclully
for movers) equipped with Millar's Bnl'ety Pint
form and the patent Steam Krake. Irom St. Lnuio
loKaniusClty, Fort Soott. Pnrwins, Ltiwrcnce,
Leavenworth. Atchison, St. Jostwh. NHmiHkit.
City Council bluffs and Oinnhi, without olinnKo!
For information In renard to Time Tallica, rtitca
Ac, to any point In M Rsnurl, Kamus, Ntlii'iiakn,
Colombo, Texsa or Cull I fern I u. cull on or add ri-ss
S. II Thomson, Agent Missouri rnclflc R.R. Col.
umlms, Ohio; or, K. A.Ford, General Pussenger
agnet.nt. Jbouis, no-
No trouble to answer question!
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
tjo to Sis8ona.
Ilplloway's Ointment and
Berofula, Erysipelas, 8altRhoum,and all skin
disoases, Indicate impure blood. The Olntmont
reaches and obliterates the poison In the veins,
while the Pills remove all Internal obstructions.
Sold 18 Haldon Lane, New York. Price S5
cents per pot or box. Aikfor new style; the
old is counterfeited,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
I have used In my practice Speer's Port
Grape Win for the past two years, and believe
It to be tha best article th the market.
ST. LOUIS, MO. T. G. COMSTOCK, M. D.
n mi r
O. T. Gunning has just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" bis
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, PaintB, BooAs, Station
ery, &oto his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building:, one door
west of-Gilman, Ward & Oo.'s Store,
on Main Street, where he will be
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and ns many more as chose to
givohim their patronage.
LTis New Room is really the finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his , supply o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
IMe equal to any other establishment
in tho country! , "
He fills preseiptions, and canine
commodate all customers atroaspn
able rates. If you want ' to nee
the finest Drug Store, 'In
in and examine this one.
Dr. N. J. Bowkr8, Dentist. Mc-J
Arthur, Uhio. . ;
WHEKE TO EMIGRATE I
We answer, go to tho Southwest Missouri,
becauw the Atlnntio A Faclflo Railroad Co.
offer 1,800,000 Acres of Land to actual settlers,
at low price on longoreilit, besides furnishing
free transportation over theirroad to purchas
ers this road extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Violtla, Indian Territory, la being'
pushed rapidly to- it destination, the PsclAt
Colft;wllib'o one. of tho trunk lines of thi
country. nover blockaded bysnnir the lanijl
alone the road are In a rich fortile country, an
Eroductlve asuny in the8tnte;thecllmatooomr
lues all thesivant:iires of northarn and south)
era latituilou; good cilintits, soil, health, watei
timber, grutilnR, fruits and flowers, invite yoj
togo to this region. For further Information
adilrosft. A TUCK, Land Coiu'r, BS3 Walnut
Street, St. Louis, Mo. . ' , 18-ly
The greatest want of tho present ago Is men
and women, healthy and vigoroui in mind and
body. The continued hcadachei, weaknesses;
nervousness, and varying ailments which afflict
men are generally tho result of imperfect action
of the stomach and otbor 'vital organs. Dn
Walkek'8 California Vixk?a Bittkbs, be
fng composed entirely of vegotafle substances
indigenous to California, may le taken with
perfect safoty by tho most delicate, and are a
sure remedy, correcting all wroig action and
giving new vigor to the whole syttem. . oct9-4t
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
Call at Gunning's Druo Stork, in Will's
Building, and see thoso Fine Oil Paintings,
Chromos, Photograplu, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are ior.sale very cheap. They
are so beautiful! . .
' In Washington City, D. C, at about IK o'clock
on Saturday morning, October SO, 1879, of brain
fever, Hattik M., only child of Jaroband Char
lotte A, Cook, aged 11 years, 11 months, and 83
Llttlo Hattik was born in McArthur, where
her parents resided until a few months ago,
whon tbey removed to Washington. A few
hours after sho had passed away to that better
land, "where the wicked cease from troubling
and the weary nro at rest," her parents started
wltb hor remains for this place for Interment,
arriving about 12 o'clock on Monday. On the
afternoon of that day the funo: al discourse was
preached by Rev. R. Doughty, at the M. E.
Ctfkst: IN THE WORLD. Jf
flew York Offloa, 27 BEEKMAJJ ST.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality ani Color. ,
which ii t
healthy, , and
-s cuovtuiH tor
! V'A H preserving the
. 1 i naii. It toon
or gray hair
to itt original
color, with th
iiloss and freshness of youth. Thin
lair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always.
cured by its use. . Nothing can restore
the bair where tho follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so 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
deleterious 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 tho hair, giving it a rich, flossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,,
rnwtioaJ and Analytical Cb Mailt, '
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... TMEJW ,
WE ARB, EEADY FOR. THE FALL TRADE, WITH A LARGE
' i f?.i AND ELEGANT -" ;
A.SSOT3ii31TT. QF GOODS
'of evert description.
OUR 'DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
Prints, Pelaines, Plain Lustres. Corded Lustres, Broche Cords, Plaids, Poplins, Wool Delaines,
ItWIr Ultlra W.l..n.r. In
IN STAPLE GOODS WE
Jeans, r.. Casstmeres, . Coatings,
.'.-:v.y,) - aweciw,; . , .1,
FLANNELS, PLAIN RED AND
Canton Flannels, Drillings, Bloached and Brown Muslins, of every rrado, Tickings, Chee
Napkins, Table Damask, Toweling,
Shawls, Cloakis, Fura. Velvctecni, &c.
Everything. New and Novel
.iil!.LlnrKG?"J., we1c"7 the largest and best stock in Vinton County. The particular
attention of the ladles is Invited to our large and elegant assortment or
AND ESPECIALLY TO
KID, LISLE THREAD, SlDrMirCOTTOirGLVVESr'
', , ( In every style,
The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town I
HOSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY,
'. FANCY GOODS IN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT!
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK OF
dollars, Neekties, Bows, Gloves, Handkerchiefs.
c, nerore buying elsewhere. We have everything now and novel. A specialty of the..
. COIjI,E!GH.Isr COIiliAJE&I .
ll '.' ' ' WE HAVE A FDIX
BOOTS and SHOES, for MEN,
And pay especial attention to our trade in
L AD I E 8 GAITERS!
, And have a full stock constantly on hand of all slzos, styles and qualities.
Ou.2? G-rooory 13ex2rtinoxit!
. ; IS FULL AND COMPLETE!
READ THIS lTsTOF ; PRICES: '.-
N.O. Sugar, 12,o White Coffee Sugar, 15o Choice Rio Coffee, 25
Jaw Coffee 30o Young Hyson Tea. 11.00 Rloe.lOo
X.O.Molasses,80o ' V Raisins, 25d . Candies, 25o.
LV,i!.rdl 8y"')9. Clgnrs, Tobaccos, indigo. Logwood, Madder, Cloves, Cinnamon, Pep.
per, spices, 4c, Ac. ; Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, Baskets. We invito you to come and see us, and
exumine our stock and prices, when you come to town I
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU COQDS!
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 AkU RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK!
AD YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOVELTIES AT TUB .
old connsran stobbi"
THEN- E2MEMBES-THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR .GOODS CHEAP
. ' . ' . I8 AT
ONE DOB WEST OF COURT HOUSE. MAIN STREET, MoAKTHUB. OHIO.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S -
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GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
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SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention having a most Impnrtnnt Bearing on the future reputation of Iteed Instrumental
by the nse of which the quantity or VoJu.nieul tone Is very largely increased, aid the quality o'
tne tone renuoreu ,; i ,
Eaual to that of the , Eest Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
Ouroelebrated "Vox Oclest," "I-onis Patent." "Vox Humana." 'WIIoojc Pateni" Ootave Oonp.
lor, ITiecharmirg "Cello" or"l larlnet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATH IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only In the Organs.
Thirty-five different Btylea for the Pni lor and llmirh.
i The best material and Workmanship.
i ,. . ... . Quality and Volume of Tone Unnequalled
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IPIFLIOEIS, fSSO TO SSOO.
F10T0ET AKD WAELBOOMS, COEREE 6IB
KstsblUhed In IH60. 1
Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
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' . . , 1 keep constantly on band every dssorlptlon of
FURNITURE OF - MO D E R N .S TYLES.
. I manufacture toorder and repalrJPnrnltureof all kinds, at the most reasonable prices.
'(,,.,, . am prepared to furnish
COFFINS OP, EYEUr, STYLE AND VARIETY,
," '' : V ' .''1 ooompsny them vlth Hearse. '..
Tke publio sum Invited tf 9U ad examine mj Stook.
U IRAKIS UOKTON.
HAVE? FULL LINES OF
WHITE, AND FANCY PLAIDS!
in Our Notion Department!
OUB LABOE LOT QF
shade and quality. .
HIGH GORE CORSET!
Shirts. Undershirts. Drawers. Hats. Cans. e..
BOYS, WOMEN and MISSES!
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AHD CONGRESS 8TE ET8, DET. OIT, mCHIOAN
WaB" AGENTS WANTED IN KVKRY COUNTY
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: P A.T E N'T.S
At less cost, quicker and' surer, secured deratt
. f uarauiee uy
U. S. Patent Eight Association, '
M Chambers Street, New York.
PA TENT RI0H7S DISPOSED OF
At better prices, quicker and surer than else,
where, by the U. 8. Potent Klght Association,
The Patent Rieht Gazette.
A large, tMautifnlly illustrated monthly, dero-
"m Mwuii; w iue eaie oi raient uignis. ,
Terms, Single Copy, 10 cents, ft per snnum.
Address, with stamp, .: r
TJ. 8. PATENT EIGHT ASSOCIATION, '
P.O.Box4Sl. Now York.
THE ART OF MONEY MAKING,
OB THE fiOAD TO FOBTXIO.
By,UDVMIAt8 New Tork Merchant A
V? .i i9.Pe- Numerous illustrations.
J , ' ijuoaiiuii. HUM 41UIUI 1
li . j . . "l"r cuiuprenensire, nor
al and lively. Tells of a thousand money -ma-
couimends the former, exposes the latter. Ue-
... . Bp, nam mwiiapa to, ana anee.
ij ofl-orU of money makers. tttr than
alt, it shows
Hnw Money Can be Made Now.
AGENTS. IT SELLS.
Be Quick for Choice of Territory.
INTEENATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
98 and 96 MBKKtr stkkct, k. r.
The Hamden Foundry Company
Raving purchased this well-known Foundry,
at iiamdun, Vinton Countv, Ohio, and suDDlied
itwlth all the
Lirtylaa.o-ratUrria aai lla-1.-
chlnory, "r-- "V
At great expense, are now manufacturing rrerr
description of .,
Hollov Win, Plaia HearrCaa tinge
. for Furnace, Shafting, Stores,
AHD CABTlHaS OP B711I DESORirTIOI.
The attention of the publio la called to the
great variety of
COOK & PARLOR STOVFSf
Which thftv .m mi.mi . - .ii i
elsewhere. The great advantage of purchasing
1. foundry Is. you don't hare to pay
1 T T piaics- ror repair as
wm I'urcuwu eiBownere, A gooa
Tin Ware, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware
ncpi ou nana, xms Foundry being
And the proprietors practical workmen, who
"twin .miuw w uuaiuusti, we can
Manufacture Our Own Gnndn.
And sail thnm Hlronfc fh lunni. a . . i, i. ..i
;- - - --- a,, hi. nuuiu
sale prices at which the same goods are offered
hv Vinton V,nnttr itanl.Hi If t. j
article at a low price, give us a call,
KiirhftMt nvii'M ti u .1 nM u a r' J
Scrap Iron. .
rersons desiring Castings for Patent Bights
will please send us their orders. . . . ,
REPAIRING of all kinds neatly done.
- HA MDEN FOUNDIlY COMPANY,
September 26, 167S. i Reed's Mills P. O.
He Person san take tbes Blttere seeor
ing to direction, and remain long nnmll, provided
their bonn are not dettroynl by minsral poiioo or other
aiisns, snd the vital organs wasted beyond th VOta
- Dyspepsia er Indigestion. Headache, Pale
In the Shoul4.ii. Coughs, Tihtnee of the Chet, Die
sineu. Sour Enictatione ef the Stomach, Bad Teat
in the Mouth, Bilious Attack, Palpitation of tin
Heart, Inflammation of the Lunsa, Pain in the regions
of the Kidneye, and a hundred other painful ayitipioma,
are the oflipringe of Dyapepiia. In liiea complaint
it haa no equal, and one bottle will prove a letter guar. .
anteeof ila ftierita than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaint, in young or old,
married or single, st th dawn of womanhood, er th
turn of life, tlieas Tonic Bitten display so decided an
influence lust a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory and Cttrenle Hha
matiam and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter,
mittent Fcvere, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
snd Bladder, these Hitter, hate no equal. Such Dia
use. ar caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Orgina.
They are a Uentle Purgative a well as
a Toole, poseeuing also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Cnngealioo or Innant.
station of the Lirer and Visceral Organs, snd in Bilious
For 8k I at Dlaeases, Eruptions, Tetter, Sail
Rheum, Blotch, Spots, Pimple, Pustule, Boils, Car
bunclea, Rine-womsa, Scald-Head, Sore Eye. Ely
tipelas. Itch, Scarfs, Discoloration of th Skin, Humor '
snd Disease of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of ths system in a
short Urn by tne uae of the Bitter
Grateful TUouusands proclaim ViNtOAl Bit
Teas th most wondarful Invie,oraat that svw auatained
th linking yrm.
I WALKER. Pmp'r. R. H. NcDONALD V CO.,
Irunita snd Gen. Art., San Kranciaco, CaL.
end cor. of Washington and Charlton St., New York.
SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Tor Diaeaaee of th Throat and Irtinie,
uoh aa Ooucha, Oolda, Whoopiac
Oough, Bronohitia, Asthma,
, : .-.. : ; o I.. . r
Among th great
discoveries of modem
science, few are of
more real value to
mankind than this ef.
factual remedy for alt
diseases of the Throat
and Lnnm. A veil
, trial . of its virtue.
throughout this and
. other eonntrles, has
shown that it doss
' surely and effeotusehr
Tn tsitlmmw tt m. Iu.t
. - -........ VUA VIW
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""i vi nu oiasaos, asiauiisnes us tact. Wat
Chkurt Fkctoral will and does relieve and
euro the afflicting- disorders of the Throat and
Lunr beyond an other medicine. The most
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to Its power; and eases of Consume,
tion, oured by this preparation, are publio
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to be be
lieved, were they not proven beyond diapnte.
As remedy It Is adantiarji- on wihlh tlia nhiu
may rely for full proteotioo. By cut-ins; CouKaa,
ui lurerunners oi more serious disease, it tare
unnumbered Uvea, and an amount of sufleritif
not 10 be oomrjutea. It ahellmiire trial and mi. .
Tinces the most soeptloat. Every family should
keep It on hand as a protection spiinst the early
and unpercelvsd attack of Pulmuuary AlTectlor.
which ana eaallv hint at Aral- viliA K-nnn..
Inourable, and too often fat?, if neglected, len
der lung need title dCuce and It Is nnwise to
be wiUiout it As a safeguard to children, amid
th dltraalno HIimu. wliink i. .t,.
end Chest of ehildliood, Chkbht I'lcroaAL
imaiuauni tor, oy tie umety use, multi
tudes are resetted from premature graves, ead
saved to the love and alloc tion centred on them.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary eolds,
aeonring sound and hJUi-rtorlng sleep. Mo
vnw win euunr irouuiewinv snajueiisn ana pa us.
ful Dronoaitia, when they know bow saeUy
they can b cured. .
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful obemloal inveatlration, no cost or toll
I spared In makiug every bottle In the utmost
noftaihle nerfaotlim. It mif lv ennAdaiitlw 1
lied upon as possNsing all the virtue It bas ever
exhtbltotL and eapaiite of producing cures ss
metnorabls as the gmaUit it tuts ever ueoti.
ratrAUD T .'
Practiced and Analvtlool ChaaaisAk
BOLD BT AUi VnUTWBJaA.