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OFFICE In Second Htory of Bowen's
itiiiiiiina-. North side of Mala Street, tast of
Court lluue.
j. w. BOWKNi Editor.
Mo Arthur, November 13, 1872.
Meeting for Consultation.
The members of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee
and of the Liberal Republican
Stntft Central Committee, to
gether with all other Democrats
and Liberal Republicans of Ohio
who may be able to come, are re
quested to meet for consultation,
at Thurman Hall, in the city of
Columbus, on the 15th day of
November, 1872, at 2 o'clock p.
JNO. G. THOMPSON, CH'M
Dem. State Cen. Com.
R. BRINKERHOFF, Ch'm
Lib. Republican State Com.
Democratic and Liberal
Democratic and Liberal Republican Union--Suggestions
for the Future.
T. M. Lowry writes from
Nicholsville, Ky., to the Cincin
nati Enquirer, as follows :
"What sny you of the future
of the Democratic and Liberal
Republican union ? In my judg
ment it was a Btep in the right
direction, and they have now but
to remain solid, discarding all
dead issues, and look alive to
the future, and they can, under
wise and prudent counsels, but
become impregnable and a solid
check in a short time to the
monarchical and centralizing ten
dencies in this vast Government.
We are now a serious barrier to
any sudden or precipitate rash
action on behalt ot our oppo
nents."
Great Fire in Boston.
In the Cincinnati daily papers
of Monday was an account of a
terrible fire which broke out in
Boston, Mass., at 7:30 on Satur
day nicht last. The fire was
still burning on Sunday night,
Over 100,000,000 worth .of
property had already been de
stroyed. It is said to be the
most destructive fire that ever
visited America. The Chicago
lire, which broke out just one
year and one month ago last
Sunday night, was much smaller
than the fire now raging at Boston.
The popular vote of the United
States may be pretty nearly ap
proximated in the following esti
mate: Whites for Circeler 8,00,000
White Cor Cirant ,1WO,UUO
White majority for Greeley... 400,000
Negroes for Grant 950,000
Negroes for Greoley 00,000
Negro majority for Grant 900,000
Grant's total majority, white
and negro combined, is 500,000.
The total vote is fully 7,200,000.
Grant's majority on this is about
seven per cent In other words,
he has 100 votes to Greeley's
93. This is the extent of the
tremendous sweep we hear so
much about. Cincinnati En-(piirer.
It is true that there is an or
ganization cemented against the
policy of the present Adminis
tration, which, although defeated
in its first great battle for Re
conciliation and .. Reform, will,
ere four years. roll,, around, be
the party of this country. ffThere
is always a calm after a, storm?'
Next October the Democrats and
Liberals of Ohio will elect a
Governor. Let us work together.
It is reported at Chicago that
a movement bas been started
among the merchants and busi
ness men of various Western
cities to send a delegation to
Washington to urge the Secre
tary of the Treasury the propri
ety of reissuing tho forty mil
lions of greenbacks recently
withdrawn from circulation. At
a meeting of business men in
Chicago, Saturday, it was deci
ded to call a public meeting on
the subject ,
On Tuesday, November 5th,
1872, the laboring men of this
country voted against their own
interests. They voted the bread
out of their own mouths and vo
ted the clothing off their backs.
Why is it that the laboring men
were lead by excitement to vote
against their own intorosU? -
The General Result.
We are now able to give the
general result of the election for
President and Vice President
held on Tuesday, November 5th
The returns from all parts of the
Union indicate that Grant and
Wilson have carried twenty-nine
of the thirty-seven States to
Greeley and Brown eight States,
Grant, that most ignorant, ineffi-
cient, and corrupt creature, who
is the leader of the Addition,
Division, and Silence Party, car
ries every Northern State, and
reduces the majorities in all the
Democratic States. The people
of these States concluded to give
Grant another four years' lease
of power and risk, the conse
quences. Can the people bear,
without a murmur, four
lone
years more oi urant ana ms
loafing, hungry kin, and endless
horde of smooth-tongued, para
n i i
sitical office-holders ? Four long
years more of military domina
tion over the South, of treasury
plundering, of corruption, and of
infamous misrule everywhere ?
Are the people to toil day after
day to support such dead-head
firms as Bank Stock & Co., Bond
& Sons, Dent Family, Small
Change 1 & Co., Coupon . Bros.,
Peter & Paul, Ames Oakes, Bank,
Jones & Co., Pharisee Bros., Tax,
Steele & Co., About, Well &
Co., Gold, Interest & Bros., who
are very large holders of , Gov
ernment bonds, which they took
charge of at a time when one
dollar of gold coin would pur
chase mly two dollars and fifty
cents in paper money, for four
years more?
Just four years from March
4th, 1873! Why, we hope all
the honest men among the Rad
icals in all parts of the land may
live to mourn over this triumph,
gained by dishonest men through
bribery and corruption of which
the rank and file of the party
have as yet no conception and
which, owing to an overweening
confidence in the integrity of
their leaders, they will be slow
to believe. The subject is one
of itself sufficiently suggestive
to need no comment. It only re
quires to be spoken of to set the
mind of a right-thinking man in
motion; and we would therefore
leave it for a deceived people to
think over.
But what should the party op
posed to Grantism do? We
must close up our ranks, reor
ganize our forces, and enter up
on the contest anew; unhesita
ting, unresting, steadfast in the
faith of the principles we main
tain, and hold in consciousness
of the right.
It would serve no good pur
pose to moralize over the past.
The past is behind us, with all
its delusive hopes, and all its
errors of ommission and com
mission. It is to the future we
must now turn. We must look
the situation squarely in the
face, and resolve to do whatever
men may do to build up the par
ty oil a stronger and a purer
ba.sis, and, like Henry Smith, 6f
the AVynd, in fecorr s novel of
the Fair Maid of Perth,
for our own hand." We must
stand firmly by our party, and
the men of our party who are
the best exponents of its princi
ples, and if we are true to our
selves, true to our State, and
faithful to the best traditions of
the best days of the Republic,
we shall merit victory even in
defeat, and we . shall be worthy
of victory when it is ultimately
won.
i The majorities for Grant and
for Greeley are as follows :
THE VOTE FOR GRANT.
Klectoral
Vote.
n
11
(I
8
.Valorltln
.. a,mo
.. 0,000
.. 4,000
... l.ooo
, .. Sr,MK)
. . 9,0110
i 66,0110
,.. 28,00(1
... ifH,000
,.. 13,000
, . 811,0110
, .. O,0(K)
... IHI.OOO
... 8.000
... 2,000
. . 4,000
. . 18,000
... 46,000
.. 0,0(10
i . 83,000
.. 8,000
.,.128,000
... H,OIK)
,. . 40,000
,.. 81,000
... 16,000
... 0,000
.. 4,000
,.. 8,000 .
Arkansas
California
Connecticut
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Maine ,
Massachusetts ...
Michigan
Mlnnosotu
Mississippi
Nebraska
Nevada .....
Now Hampshire.
Now Jersey
Now York
North Carolina, ,
Ohio
Oregon
I'nusylvania
Itliodo Islasd
South Carolina..
Vermont
Wisconsin
Alabama
West Virginia..
Virginia
21
16
It
. 6
Ir
18
11
6
8
8
8
6
, 0
. . 86
10
22
8
2
4
. . 7
6
10
10
5
11
288
Total.
THE VOTE FOR GREELEY.
11
12
8
8
. ' 12
' 4
16
8
T8
(ioorgla...,
Kentucky,,
Ixnilsiana
Mnrylnnd ,
Tennessee.
Florida....
.. 80,WK)
.. 20,001).
, . 12,000
, . 1,200
, , 8.000
., 8,000
Missouri
80,11110
T0XM 16,000
Total..
: The municipal elections thro'
out England, Friday, 1st inst.,
resulted in heavy Conservative
gains, which are attributed to
the passage of the Licensing Act
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Slut of Ohio, Vinton County. :, -. t
Jesse Fiancia.Plalntiffi '
against- '' ' T" ' '
John W. Jeffrey, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas.
Or-
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on !'
Monday, the 25th Day of. November,
A. D. 1872,
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Commencing at anoint in tho Action line be
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1). I). Smvia, Attorney for Plaintiff.
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oing scrolulous orskin dlseises, lllotclies, Fel
ons, Hustiiles. Canker. Flinnles, &o.. Ac.
Take Jurubeha to cleanse, purify and re
store the Ti tilted blood to hcnlthv action
nave you a Dyspeptic Ntoinaenr (Jul ess
UlKcstlon isiironiDtlvaodud the system Isdobll
uiiMjii wuii loss or vital lorco, jiovoriy oi me
Wood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weakness
or Lassitude.
Take it to insist difrestlen with reaction, It
will impart youthful vlKortotho weary sufferer.
Have you u -weakness of the Intestines?
You are In danger of Chronio I'iarrlicea or the
dreadful Inflammation of the Rowels.
Tako it to allay irritation aud ward oft ton
denoy to Inflammations.
Have you a weakness of the Uterine or
Urinary OrgansT You most procure instant
relief or you are liable to suffering worse than
death.
Take it to strcngi-non organic weakness or
life becomes a bunion.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
the system In perfect health or you are other
wise in groat malurlal.miasmatlcorcontagioui
dlRflflHPH,
JOHN Q. KVAAAiaa, Id Piatt St., New Tork
Bole Agent for the Uultcd Htntes.
Price $1 per Bottle. Bend for Circtilur.
Trees, Flowers, Bulls, Ms!
HEDGE PLANTS!
Nunerv Stock I Fruit end Flower
, Plates!
Addrese V K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY,
.' . ,; ILLIKOIS.
600 Acres: 51 t vear: IS Greenhouses.
Apple 1000 1 yr.,W, 8 y., W 8 T., 4U; 4y, 100.
XMhn.
AGENTS'
WANTED
AApWECHINmilAJ
1872 3711 iand
iOOTM,
O -
53 knd 55
Has Just received one of the Largest, Best Selected and Cheapest Stocks of Good
to the city, both direct from the Manufactory for Cash since the declino in Ho
Siloes, aud will be sold at the very I.OWKST NKW YORK aud BOSTON PRICKS
I ,... lln.ln , 1.: ... . . I
ders from Country MerchauU filled promptly, and
stock nnd prices when in the city. Remembor the
S3 A
lunun uuuua m lacvurjr prices, in us saving iroight expense,
( CITEW O-OOIDQ BBOEIVED TiJXXjUT.
SnecUl inducements offered to Cash nrNhnrt Tlmn Tt,ti'Aia irn.i.vn -nma -n....iiAtn,i ah n. '
Winter! 1872
AITEKS AND GIMS.
Wood Street, V
t
joods ever brought
Heavy jioots uiui
Ks. l'liiluilcliiliin
. , , - ,
satisfaction guaranteed. Call and examine my
number.
J. II. BORLAND'S,
05 WOOD STREET, riTTSBUKG, PA.
DEY GOODS, &e.
gSTABIISHED 18 YEARS
J". IE. TOW ETLL
WIIOI.ESA1.1C PKAI.KK IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street Portsmouth, O.
J. F. TOWKtil, Is ncont for several Mills, and
his house is Iieadiiunrters for uany desirable
makes of Eastern Oonds. All goods will be
sold at the lowest possibls prico.
(lose insn iiuyors, r n sc uinss rime, xraue,
Wholesale Pcddlora and Fumnceinen are nur-
tleularly invited to an examination of his slock
MARBLE WORKS.
B. R. HIGGHTS' A BS0.,
MaBnfaotnrera of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FURNITURE, &c, &c
LOO--InT, OHIO
001) nMsoi'tiueiit of Marble constantly on
J hnnd. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Dune tooidorin the lineal style.- 24
HOTELS.
AMERICAN HOTEL
Corner High uiid Slnto Streets.
IKeariv upposne .-state iionto
COLUMBUS OHIO
E. J. BL0UST
Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEL is furnished throughout wllh
all tho modern Improvements. Onest enn
rely on the best treatment and very low bills.
Street Cars pass this Hotel to and Iroiu all
Itailrood Depots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
M. MERKLE,
Proprietor
THIS Hotel, a few feet from tlio Railroad
Depot iiml whom nil Irnveleis upon nil
-..,-. ... r,. ....... 1 I,,u lu.t,l ......llllv
tlltlllK i till oi nv iiu-uio, lion ju.-,
enlurged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
.. . . ., l I ,. I . l,itj, t tlia rd.
uc, llliu in lion in uuiii,.i, m i.,r, .... v..
ceptlon nf iuestJ). S"TrnliiKMtop ten min
utes for meals. WiTTEltMS MOJ1BHAT1C.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO
Dr.I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
THIS House, formerly the Isham House,has
been thoroughly ronovaled nnd beauti
fully furnished.- Having superior lacuiues,
everything will be done to niitke guests com
fortable. Table always supplied with best
market affords. Nicely furnished Rooms and
cleunest Heil.s Hood Stahlea. F.very efforl
made for the comfort orpiilrons. All cnarge
modernle.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. Wi VARNER
Propretoi
THIS Hotel Ih In the most convenient par
of the city on Front Htreet, between Mar
ketandJetrerson.
ATTORNEYS.
Q T. GUNNING,
MeARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIN STREET
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law ani Notary PnMc,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
YITIMj attend n" lS"lbiiHlness enlrusted to
v his care. Wunply of limine ueeua anu
MortKiiKHs always tin lmnd.
West Wing llnlnbrldue I'lock.
Ofkicr-No. lit
tl
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
cure of all derange,
menu in the stoin
nch, liver, aud bow
els. They are a mild
aperient, and an
excellent purgative.
Ileing purely vege
table, they contain
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
serious sickness and
suffering is prevent
ed bv their timely
use; nnd every family should have them on hand
for thoir protection and relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the saf.
est, surest, and best of all tho flllt with which
tho market abounds. Ily their occasional use,
the blood Is purified, tho corruptions of the sys
tem expelled, obstructions removed, and the
whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish aro cleansed by Ayrr't I'ilU, and
stimulated into action. Thus Incipient disease
is chanmed into health, the value of which change.
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coating
makes them nlensant to take, and preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they aro ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to tlio constitution, or diet, or
occunattnn.
Full directions are given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them at a Fnmuy. i'liytle,
and lor the loiiowlng compiuinis, wiuco ui
I'll it raiini I v cure :
For JyaiMiw or a niumiioa, a.mirn
bcm, Luntruor and lo of A pnsttttst, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach, and restore Its healthy tone and action.
For JMvr Complaint and Its various symp
toms. Ilillou lleudacih, Hick llrtid
arh. Jamillcs or IJrrrn UlrlinrM. Ilil
lou fJollc and ion er, mey snouiu
be Judicioualy taken for each case, to correct the
diseased action or roinovo Uie obstructions which
cause it. . . -
For Iiysentrry or isiutn-uoru, put one
mild dose Is genoriilly reuulred.
For ItheuniutUnt, ilout, rawel, Pl.
Sltwtlon of tta Itiisrt, I'ttln 1st the
Idst, Hack and i,otn, thoy should be contin
uously taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of tho system. Willi such change those
complaints disappear.
For Jironsy nnd Dropalcul welling,
they should bo taken in large and froqupat d,oto
to produce ins onecioi a ni asiic piugu.
For Mnpprraalon. a large dose should be
taken, as It produces the- desired effect by sym-
tiRlhv.
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two !!
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional doss stimulates tlio stomach and
bowols, restores tlio appetite, and invigorates (lie
system. Hence It Is often advantageous whore
tin aerinns ricrAns-uniont exists. One who fpnla
tolerably well, often (bids tliat a doso of these'
IiiM maaes mm luni iiuoiueiuy eeuor, irom iiimr
cloanslng and renovating effect on the digestive
apparatus.
FREFABKD BT
2r. J. O, AYER at CO., Practical ChemUtt,
LOWELL, MASS., V. B. A, -, .. ...
ran sals bt all dbcoqish Kmtwsxss.
20,000.
(TWT3NTV THOirsANl) DOLLARS) in Proml
uius, for Distribution among tlio (2.00.
Subscribers of tho
c?3srciisriNrA.Ti , ;
"WEEKLY ENQUIRER!
I IV APRIL, 1878.
The number of Premiums are always in
creased when tho number of names exceed the
number calculated upon.
- We now offer the following: . i.
1 Cash Premium of ,". ..$1,000
20 Cash Premiums of 100 each 2,000
0 Stum-winding Watches, 50 each 4,800
100 Cash Premiums of $-20 each 3,000
S()(l , ' of I0 each 8,000
100 " " of T each .., 600
100 ' off! each ,. 300
100 1 " off each m
Vm Mi8ceUar.oouS Preni's, f to f 10 each.-. 7,300
Making a Tstal of TWO THOUSAND Premi
uinsworth TWENTV THOUSAND 1KL-
Evory subscriber who remits 2.00 for a year's
subscription will have his name registered, and
will be furnished by roturn mall a receipt giv
ing tho date and number to which his name is
registered, said number being represented by a
duplicate In tho distribution.
Agents sending 10 names and fSO.OO at one
tlmo recclvo a free paper one year and have
their names registered as participants for pre
miums. Nnecimen Conies, Posters, Premium Pamphlet
anil Subscription itlanks sent free to persons
desiring them. Address
j . FARAN & McLEAN,
42-tf , Cincinnati, Ohio.
i Vinegar Bltlers are not s vil Fsncy Drink,
mde of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse
Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to pleas the
taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," ' Rsitorert,"
fcc, that lead the tippler oa to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots
and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are the Great blond Purifier and a Life-giving
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the
System, carrying o(T all poisonous matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition, enrichingj it, refreshing
and invigorating both mind and body. Tliey are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain in their
results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease.
No Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their hones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and tlis vital organs wasted beyond the point
of repair.
ljrlpl or Iixllarestlou. Headache, Fain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dis
slnesi, Snur Eructations of the Slnmach, Bad Tastt
in th Mouth, lliliout Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the recions of
r:i i - , j . .i e .
tin Kidnevs, and a hundred oilier oainful svmDtoma.
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints
ii nas no equal, ana one oouie win prove a uetier guar
antee oi us merits in.in a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, in voune or old.
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or th
turn of life, these Tonic flitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory and Chronio Rheua
snatlsin and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
nemiiieni ann intermittent revers, uiseases ol tne
Blood. Liver. Kidnevs and Bladder, these Bitters hava
been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by
Vitiated Blood, which is cenerallvnroducedlivderanea-
ment of the Digestive Orgahs.
rnsy art tsuentie rurgauve as -wall as
Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acling
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
Diseases,
For Skin Diseases, Cruntions. Tetter. Salt-
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimnles, Pustules. Boils. Car
buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Kyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short lima by tlio use of these Hitlers. One bottle in
such cases wdl convince the most incredulous of their
curative effects,
Cleanse Ilia Vlllnted Blood whenever vou
find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when II is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep ths blood
pure, and llie health of the system will follow.
Grateful thousand proclaim Vinioax Rit
tiks ths most wonderful Invignrant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pin, Tane. and other Worms. Iiiikimr n
th system of so many thousands, are elTectually de
stroyed and removed. Says s distinguished pliynol.
ogisti There is scarcely an individual upon tin face of die
earth whose body isexempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon ths healthy elements of th body (hat
Worms exist, but upon Ih diseased humors and aliiny
deposits thai breed these living moiistsrs of disease.
no system ol medicine, no vernnliiges, no ..mlUclmin
itics, will free Ilia system from wrrjiisjilseiics. Jilt;
Paints and Minerals, such ns PlfiHibfcrs, Type sellers,
-IJ I .... I SI . '.I.,.''jf, T.ttr-, ...il
Gold-healers, aud Miners, as llit
cViid'auc iu lift
b subject to paralysis of Ilia D"MIi To guard against
tMs tak a dose of Wai.ksn's VrisVrsa IIittsss one
CIO, Will
or twice a week, as a Preventive ,
Iillloiis, Ilemllteiit, aniV'Interiiiltfent
Fevers, which aro so prevaltnrinsili valleys of our
great river throughout the United States, Ujiaclally
tliost of th Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nissee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Keil, Colorado. Drama,
Rio Grand, Pearl, Alabama, Mobil. Savannaii, Roan
oka, James, and many others, wiili their vast tributa
ries, throughout our emit country during th Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably an during seasons of
unusual heat aud riryuess, are invariably accompanied
by eslensiv derangements of the slomach and liver, and
oilier abdominal viscera, There are always more or lis
obstruction of Ih livar, s weakness and irriiahl stale
of III sloniach, and great torpor nf ill bowels, being
clogged up with vilialcd accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence uiion
tlieae various organs, is essentially necessary, Thar is
no cathartic fur lha purpose equal lo Ds. J. Walks s
Vinsoar IliTTaus. as lliev will sneedllv remove the
dark-colored viscid mailer wills wliicli ill bowels art
loaded, at tlio same time simulating Ihe secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring th lienllhy tuiicliout
oi uie aigesnv orgnni.
McrofiiU, or KlilR'S P.rll, While Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflaminslinns, Mercurial Af.
fectioiis,Old Sores, Krupiious of th Skin, Sin Eves,
elc.elc. In these, as in nil other constitutional dis
eases, WM, URN'S VlNKOAR IllTTBNS llSV sIlOWII lllir
great curative powers iu III most ouslmat and lulract
able eases. . .
I Dr. Walker's Cullfoi nU Vinegar Hitter
act on all Ihsaa casa in s similar manner. Ily purifying
th Blood they remove th cause, and hy resolving away
th effects of Ih inflammation (ilia tubercular deposits)
th affected parts receive health, and a permanent cuts
la effected.
The properties nf T)a. Wai, Kurt's VtwtriA
Rittsrs are Aperient, Diaphorelic siuK'irininsliv,
Mulritioiis, bsxaiiv, Jjiiirenc, heiiativ, counter-irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Aiili-llilious. . -
! Th Aperient and mild Laxative nrnperlie of
Dr. walks Vinsoar IIittsss r th heal safe
Ruard in sll cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
teir balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
th humors of Ih fauces. Their Sedativ properties
allay pain ia ths nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, ate,
Their Counler-lrritant influence extends throughout
lit system. Their Diuretic iironenles act on th K.id
J eye, correcting and regulating the flow of urina. Their
inll-lliliout proparlina stimulate ill Mvr, in III Men
tion of bile, and Us discharges through Ihe biliary duels,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for Ih cut of
Uilious Fever, Paver and Ague, tic,
Fortify Ilia body aa;nliit dlaas by purl'
Tying all its fluid with Vinsoar IIittsss. No enl.
cfemic can tak hold nf a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, llie bowels, the kidneys, anil the
nerves ar rendered msease-pruoi oy uus grass invig-
nrant ,
' Direction. Take of lha Hitters bn going to bed
t night from a half to on and on-half wme-glssafull
Kal good nourishing fond, such as beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, snd vegetables, and tak
out-door (xercia. They are composed ot purely veget
able insradients. and contain no spirit.
T.WALKER, Prop'r. tt, II. MeDOWAI.DaVCtJ.,
Drngglsts aed lieu. gls ban t lancisco, t,al.,
. and cor. of Wsskioglon and Charlton Stsi, New Voi
o. t
isuTs-ewVmV
i DKALERi
SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND
HAMDENFOUNDKY
ihe flamden Foundry Company
Having purchased this well-known Foundry,
at llumduu, Vinton ( ounw, Ohio, nnd suoplied
, it with ail the
Latest Stylos cf Patterns and Ma-
. chhory,
A great expense, are now niamifiteturliig every
-, description of
Hollow Waro, Plain Heavy Canting
for Fnrnaoea, Shafting, Stoves,
Orates, Fronts. Cane Mills,
Watton Boxes, Plows.
AND CASTINGS OF I VERY DESCRIPTION.
The attention of the publio is callod to the
great variety of
COOK & PARLOR STOVES !
Which they are enabled to sell cheaper than
elsewhere. Tho great advantage of purchasing
otoves at tins foundry is, you don't linvo to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plutes for repairs as
jvumv nucu juu piueiiiisu uisewiieru j (rood
assortment of
Tiflare, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware
. Kept on hand. This Foundry being ft
t ;HOMD IWaTITTJTIOIf,
Aid the proprietors practical workmen, who
attend strictly to business, wo can
' Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell thorn direct to the people at the whole
sale prices at which tho sanio goods aro offered
by Vinton Countv dealers, if you waut a good
article at a low price, give us a call.
Highest price paid old Brass, Copper, and
Scrap Iron.
Persons desiring Castings for Patent lilirbts
will pleaso send us their orders.
I REPAIRING of all kinds noatly dono.
! IIAMDEN FOUNDRY COMPANY,
Septembor 25. 1872. Recti's Mills P. O.
Agents Wanted for Cobbln's
CHILD'S COMMENTATOR
On The Bible, for The Home Circle.
1,200 Pages, 250 Engravings. Tho best entor-
Erlsoof the year for agents. Every family will
nve It. Nothing like it now published. For
circulars address II. 8, .Goodhpkkd & Co., 87
Park Row, New York.
GEAT CHRI08ITY.-A 3 Magazine of the
highest order for ft. Agent wanted in every
town, on a ptrnetunl income. Kcnd 10c. for
a specimen to "Hmith,t Dollar JUaymine," 51
Liberty Street, New York.
IRON CLAD PAINT.
IRON CLAD PAINT CO.,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
This t'omnanv is owner of nnd manufnctiirea
under Win. Green's several uatents. nnd Is tlm
only Company in tho world tliat makes Pnlnt
irom pure, nartl Lake hupcrlor Iron Ore, nut It
ns is used in furnaces for making Pig Iron.
The Most Uconoiiiicnl. Most Fire Proof.
Most Water Proof, Alost Durable and
Most Useful Paint Made.
DRESS MAKING MADE EASY.
at. a v -
The National Dress Trimmings
Hearing the abovo "tiado-niaik," nnd iimnu
l'actureil exclusively bv us, tire endorsed nnd
recommended by tho leading Fashion Mngu
tines throughout the country, and tlio most
em Incut DresH-iuukxra in New York tit v. as
being the most beautiful urn! best adapted triin-
tnlnvf,,. ltlu,.k A I,.. ....I ,I..I...Uu..:,n
....p .... ...,n .,i,oui i.iiii iuiiiitiii nuiin,
EfcflsTbls Ti-inmiiiiu- t'tiii Iw.ftl.tiilti.ul ln-n,K
111,. I.t'in,.!,.,,! l,...r ....7!.lu I l ,11..!
umninniiil I'll'W AlllllllllUg
Stores throughout the I'liited Mates.
i r,nr.r iiriiicms k t;t
427 ami 4211 liroadwuy, Now York.
PERSONS GOING WEST
8eeklng homes should send Tor our DeHcrlptlvo
Circular of "Improved Knrins for Sale," In tho
liest count ifia in oi-l.h Al Uym,,.l i,i,iM,i n
Smnukiuand A Co., Laciede, Linn Co., Mo."
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
St. Louis, Michigan, Mnenetlo Snrlnn-a.
The first Mugnctlo Water dlsi-overoil In Anier-
si;n. i.inoir.; jias ueen visited by over .10,(100
persons.
ENTIRE llOUTE MY RAILROAD.
Cures
Neuralgia, Paralysis. lhemnailnin. GouL Ills.
eases of the Uliuldcr nnd Kidnevs. llvsueiiain.
Iinpou-nt-y, and all Diseases of tho Nervous
System, ( ontracted Joints, Gonorul Debility.
tin Hatiih. For Pauiplilets containing ties
orlptlon, analysis of waier, and nil othor infor
mation, anuress MA(i.Nfc,TIC HPHI.NH COM
PANY, 8t. Louis, Uratiot County, Mli liignii.
CHAPPED HANDS ol FACE,
Sore Mps, Dryness of the Skin, &c, Ac..
Cured ntnnreby HKRKMAN'NCAMPIIOB ICE
nun i.ijiLr.ici.r,. it keeps tho hands sort
In all weather. Hee that vou u-et 11 KCKH A N'H.
(Sold by all Druggists. Price SO cents: sent by
mail for 80 cents. Manufactured only by II kok
H N Co., Chemists and Druggists), P.O. Hox
fcl-JH, Now York.
$500,000 IN-BANK.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
t'OSTI'ONED TO DKCUMBEU 7, 181.
'mr, SEOOND (PAND OIFT CONCERT In aid
I III tllll I'TBI.IU l.initAllY OK KKNTUL'gY, II II-
nonncoii foi-sieptomlicr SiH, has lieeu postponed
to December 7, 187!l, hucnuso this ueeiiiutiln
tinn of orders the few (lavs before the drawing
ninilu it physically iinposHiblu to 1111 them
without a few ilnys' delay, mid as a short OHt
poneineut was inevituhlo, it was lU'lei-mliiud to
defer it to a time that would make u full draw
ing sure by the sale of ail the tickets. '
Tho money nucessarv to nav in full nil tho
offered gifts is now upon deposit In the Kann-
ers- anu urovors- Jianx, as will bo seen b ho
following certlllente of the Cashier:
FAHMKRH' ANIl IlKOVKHH' llAVK,!
Ixiulsvlllo, Ky.,8opt.liB, lWa. ,1
This Is to certify that tliui-o Is now on deposit
In this bank over half a million or dollars to
the credit of tho Olft Concert Fund, ffioO.OOO of
which II held by this bank us Treasurer of the
Publio Library of Kentucky to pay off all gilt
to he awarded at the drawing.
it. H. VKACII, Cashier. '
1,000 Prls.es, amounting to -000,000
xnar oash,
Will he awarded, the highest prizes bofngr
lOO.OOO, Sjno.OOO. Itan.ooO, unit down In
regulitr gradation to sjloo, which is the lowest.
The druwlng will positively and unequivo
cally tnko placo December 7. Agents are per
cmptorlly riiuind to ulosa salea nnd make re
turns Nnvoiuborsrt, In order to give umpln time
for the llual arrangements, Oi-iiers for tickets
or applications for circulars should be address
ed to
Gov. THOMAS TO. 1111 AM LKTTE,
Agent Pulillo Library of Kentucky, Louisville,
Kentucky.
ASTHMA.
The subscribers are Manufacturer's Agents
for K.W. Road's celebrated AHTIIMA ItKLlKK,
the beat rometly for Asthma yet discovered. In
stant relief guaranteed or purchiuto money re.
funded. The medicine Is put up in three air.us,
which retail for V5o., oOu. and 1, Persons re
mitting price will have tho inodinlne sent free
by mail or express. Also sample sent free to
any w ho deal re. liTI I IlIDU K, T U LLE it ft CO.,
Itoine, N.Y.
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To aB Deaf and Harfl of Eearioi!
Desiring to benefit my unfortunate fellow
creatures, I will forward to ull siill'nrers,r of
charge, a recipe or method of cure, respectively,
which has cured myself and many others of
long-standing deafness, after having in vain
employed the best physicians In this country
and K u rope. Address, with stamp, II, TI1IK
MANNH, Klleanlsvlllo, Missouri.
fk OEMT8 Wanted. A genu make mors in -oa
rt sy at work for us than at anything slse.
business light and permanent i partleularl
free. U. Gtinsom Co., fin Art Publithtrt,
1'ortUnd, Ualn.
SS.ii ,mmm liliirfu" rwitilt nfcilT raa iTtssisS
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