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nccirp-rn tWnn.l Htorv of Bowen's
Huildiug, North lle of Muia Street, liast of
I ourt House. ;, '-
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,---December 11, 1872.
Grs. McClella'n is suggested
for New Jersey's next Governor.
, Messrs. Don Piatt and Geo.
Alfred Townsend are to start a
jnew evening paper in Washing
ton. -, '- : '!;''''.: ; :
' Of the original quartette
who founded newspapers in New
York City, only' one survives-f-AYillum
Cullen Bryant, the poet-editor.
' Dr. J, Godwin Scott, a brother-in-law
of Professor Huxley a
former companion of Lord Byron,
and latterly surgeon in the Con
federate army, died last week at
Montgomery, Alabama. ;:: j
The Presidential electors for
this State assembled in the Sen
ate Chamber, at Columbus, on
Wednesday, the 4th inst, and
cast their votes for Grant and
Wilson for President and Vice
President of the United States.
If the Grantites did beat us
we have the satisfaction of know
ing that we kept the flies, off
them during the campaign, made
them spend mints of money, and
commit frauds enough to secure
to many of them a warm re8ep
tion in the next world.
A bachelor whoae surname
was Brown, recently died intes
tate in London, leaving $1,500,
000 to be contested for among
relatives on both sides of the
water. In view of the fact that
the Brown family is ubiquitous,
won t it cause national commo
The Chesapeake and Ohio
Ptailroad now lacks only twenty
nine miles . to complete it, and
the . work is being -vigorously
pushed. It is expected that the
road will : be opened through
from , Richmond to the Ohio
River before the 1st of January
next. ' '
has written to the Prussian Di
rector of Posts on the subject of
women in Government seryice.
He reports seven , hundred wo
men employed in the Postal De
partment, five hundred of whom
are Postmistresses of local offi
Miss Sarah Peters has a place
to hang one ear-ring only, since
she rammed her head out of a
car-window . on a Pennsylvania
railroad the . other day, to hear
what was going on outside. A
bridge came along and amputo
ted her ear very successfully
without using chloroform.
Horace ureeley s , will is in
his own handwriting. It was
written in the early part of No
vernier, and the formalities oil
acknowledgment and execution
took place on the last day of his
life during a lucid interval, in the
presence of half a dozen persons,
and the subscribing witnesses to
the will were Judge Hart's son
Reginald S. Hart, and Mrs. Lam
son, the latter an old and es
teemed friend of the family. All
of his property is left to his two
daughters, Miss Ida Lilian Gree
ley, aged about r twenty-one
years, and; Miss Gabnelle Mi
riam Greeleyy'about fifteen years
old. i '
The U. S. Supreme Court
has recently decided that new
patentable inventions may con'
sist entirely in a new combina
tion of ingredients, whereby a
new and useful result is obtained,
-and that in such cases the de
scription of the invention is (Suf
ficient if . the ; ingredients are
named, their mode of operation
given, and the result obtained
pointed out so that those skilled
in the ri-nndttarptrtttcnaT
know the nature and extent of
the improvement, and what the
facts are that operate to produce
the described result The suit
in which this decision was made
had been brought to recover for
an " alleged infringement of
patent for improvements in steam
engines, -and the - cdurt below
had ruled that ' the combination"
of ' mechanical devices1 .used by
the ueienuant was an infringe
ment ..'.V i'Jp..
It has olten been s,iid that
"when a man dies, . his bad ac
tions live 'after. Lira,-while the
good . is oft interred with his
bones." It . would ; seem from
thcf utterances of many Radical
newspapers that they wished to
make this saying hold good to
wards Horace Greeley. His re
mains are scarcely consigned to
their, last resting-place,.ere they
give publicity to most base and
malicious falsehoods in regard to
the closing scenes of his life.
This, too, in the face of denials!
from the principal newspapers of
New York City. -One of these
uncalled-for attacks we -copy
from i the Jackson' ''Standard, of
the 5th inst: ' :
; "The lifo and death of Horace Greeley ought
to teach a useful lesson. His power null iunii
onca as editor of the Tribune were far greater
than those of any President; but the insane am
bition to be President caused this great and
good man to turn traitor to the work of his lour
and useful life. . When he realized what he bad
done, and that he could not deceive the poople
who hadio'long trusted and respected him, it
killed him. Ho died of remorse. The account
of his last days is sad and pitiful.' Among his
last words, for which he can be held accounta
ble, were these: "The country in gone, the Tri
bune is gone, and I am gone." There can be no
doubt that tens of thousands of subscribers to
the Tribune, who had been swindled when it
turned Democratic, refused to renew, and this
. Bro. Mackley, can you not let
your animosity towards the great
and good Horace Greeley cease,
after he has . gone to his last,
16ng ' sleep ? You very well
w M. e .
know that he was the head and
front of your party the power
behind the throne and that you
never tired of singing paeans of
praise to his greatness and good
ness. But when your party
broke all . its pledges ; when it
deserted the Constitution , and
Laws of the land ; and he chose
to espouse; the cause of -the
down-trodden and oppressed, the
satellites of the -Radical camp,
yourself among them, commenced
the most shameful . abuse of the
one whom you had only' a short
time before elevated to the high
est pedestal of love and venera
tion. You followed his trail as
sleuth-hounds, or as a pack of
wolves, intent only on bringing
him to an untimely political end,
by, whatever means lay within
your power, . whether : fair ; or
whether foul. No story, was too
absurd, no slander too malicious
to give, utterance to. No epithet
was too vile ; no falsehood too
glaring for you to publish. You
succeeded beyond your expecta
tions, in Winging him to an un
timely death, for it is generally
known that these uncalled-for
attacks upon his public and pri
vate character preyed heavily
upon his sensitive . mind, and
was one of the causes of his
rapid change from the most ro
bust health to an invalid, and
finally . bore him down to' the
grave. With this you ought to
be satisfied, and not endeavor to
worry the coffined sleeper in his
lonely bed. ' Can you not be
charitable now : that his power
for good or evil is at rest ? ' Re
member that when your earthly
accounts are about to close in
grapple of the dark angel Azrael,
who knows no distinction of
person, position or powev'you
may be agonized in the remem
brance of what has been said
against that truly great and
good and generous man, Horace
Greeley, and fain would blot it
from memory. -
We had 81,100,000,000 'in
circulating medium at the close
of the war in .1865. It was all
in twenty-five States. Eleven
States were ' entirely bare of it.
When they came to their share
the distribution was "equivalent
to a reduction of twenty-five, per
cent, at least But we have
gone on in the . contracting pro
cess until it stands thus : ' . ' j
Legal-tenders....;.. '. JtSSO.Wfl.Ortf
National Huuk-uotes ., 82),0oo,(JiX
Gold Notes ....'.... BUUKX
Total In 1874 .,...'....:.:.:..;..'..'........0TO,50C
Such a contraction as this'
6even years is unparalleled'
history. , All those who were
debt' have piled upon them
to gay in 1865.
country. France has $1,000,-
000,000, and she doesn't require
near as much as we do. Yet we
are ilaTEing orsQnTuIllVeran"
' Official statistics show that
eighty thousand persons have
died in Russia- alone from the
Asiatic cholera; (luring the, past
year.;'; lr' .
Osborn Anderson, the 'f only
survivor of John' Brown's raiding
party, is eakl ttf be eick and des-UtuUln-Wrfa1iliigtori;
t v iV,.
Official Presidential Vote.
ABSTRACT OF VOTES GIVEN FOR ELECTORS FOR
PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1872. IN THE
STATE OF OHIO.
. m 107i 11
2010 S4II3 ,. SI
WHS S.1H8 8 r
67tH 1U78 88 10
8Ui 13118 SD j(0
11H) toW 47 30
' . sm . 8tn7 . . , a
- S6U8 , 8337 0 8
Mr ism . ...
8(ft0 Sl 31 a
; ' 40 ltirj 8 ..
8408 8068 1 4
., 8106 17K0 05
4T78 UHOT 80 'SO
8M8 SBI '
S081 8595 II 87
.14451 " 80,18 178 ; 6
WW 8760 S ' S8
,1098 17i0 1 . 28
1710 8118 170 M
v2905 84tn 17 ,: i
8640 8888 18 . 1
, 8140 1545 18 ..
5790 .7845 60
8410 8J(1 ; 15 8t
2i6 154 85
3711 .000 8 1
2020 UKU 11 ' U
41109 ' VM 78 , 1 5
800H3 ,84941 .. 1
8811 2440 8 ..
. 2288 1970 8 6
I 2303 lfliKJ . V, : 8
1100 1M0 1 42
8171 2938 . 8 2
1850 im 13 10
1089 8630 1 ..
8819 81H8 55 19
3258 1665 4 ' 21
8778 8102 18 24
2778 ' 2780 67 49
2751 970 8 ,9
.. 8794 1687 44 11
8493 454 18 54
87i . 1960 9 '
. 4432 2097 7 10
5263 8088 24 24
. 1037 1J5 5 1
, ,' 8757 ' 2618 ,65 14
1840 1843 28 80
8794 ' 12 20
'irm 1819 8 4
1028 2090 ... ' S
8768 8910 83 2
1807 9878 68 8
6998 7183 88 13
2839 1551 105 1 I 22
2197 ' 1089 80 ' 18
4568 4304 . 20 t
2010 1027 ... 87
1123 1439 8 Al
979 1M7 ... 7,!
2863 iO 25 . '19
1281 1668 ...
8478 8438 27 W
8715 9101 18 a
1275 2131 . ... 0
88i9 8073 5 15
8060 8711 5 L
.' 9380 2729 81 5
2888 9091 40 1
8128 8503 44 4
1717 2)111 6
4584 S738 . 87 8
5M19 S321 109 ) 5
8178 8880 . 1 I 1
2450 1504 8 I ...
1H05 16HI ... V 6
1814 1340 ... 25
8763 2108 8 8
4231 8U80 82 . ...
8768 8533 6 , 5
2213 1419 95 . 41
29!t4 1890 82 "l ...
1810 2095 15 11
981859 844321 2100 XW
Uolmout ....... .
Clarke , ..
Jackson ..... ...
Van Wert ....
W hole vote cast 5SiO,58
Graut's majority over Ureeloy ... 87.(81
1873 THE WORLD. 1873.
A new political era is opening heforo tin
The negro-cycle of our politics hns rounded
to its conclusion through civil war, social vio
lence, industrial disorder, and has ended in
giving freedom to four millions of the negro
race, and tne uauot to its aauit males.
"The old order changeth, yielding place to
The politics of this new era will come home
to every man's business and bosom as never he
fore, being vital to private prosperity and the
maintenance of a Democratic Republic.
For not only are tin manifold enoroachments
of Federal upon State powers and of both upon
the large Liberty of American freomen now as
alwavs to be repelled with ceaseless vigilance:
not only as home rulo or local self-government
now as always to be maintained Tor the best
guarantee of civil liberty and of national greut
nets, but besides, the victories of peace which
are to give splendor to the now political era
must be won against every advantage which
even enemies of free institutions could desire
A gigantiodebt, which the honor of the coun
try is pledged to pay, encumbers all our Indus
tries with its oppressive burden. Nevertheless
our systems of Municipal and State Taxation
are crude, unequal, and defraud the poor to
release the rich. Nevertheless our system of
Federal taxation is such an infamous master
piece of ignorance and incapacity, put to the
vile uses of monopolists and favorites and
thieves; as never anywhere has disgraced mod
ern civilization since Louis XIV., with his meth
ods of taxation rather than its amount, para
lyzed the industries of France. And along with
tuo Tariff, which prohibits the export of oir
manufactures, abridges the number of our in
dustries, cuts down the profit upon the exports
from all our farms, plantations, and mines;
abolishes onr shipping from off the high seas,
and fllches $5 from the people's pockets every
time It put $1 into the U. S. Treasury, along
with this engine of oppression, stupidity aud
fraud goes a ifcirrency of fluctuating value as
the measure of values in every act of domestic
Whatever parties may arise or fall, whatever
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places, their workshops, and tiioir farms. -
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State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Daniel Booth Plaintiff.
Thos. H. Snuffer and Susan F. Bliuffor, Defts.
In Vinton Court of Common Picas. Order of sale.
"PUIISUANT to tho co mm nml of an order of
x. sate issnca rrom the Court of Common Pleas
of Vinton county, and to mo directed as Coroner
of said comity, In tliis-ciiusc; i Will offer lor sale
at the door of the Court llonse, In the town of
McArthur, V in ton county, Ohio, ou
Monday the 13th Day of January,
at the lion of ono o'clock p. m. of said day, the
following lescrlbed premises, to-wit. :
Situate In tho township of Harrison, and
county of Vinton, and State of Ohio, and known
as the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quar
ter of Section number eight (8,) and the North
east quarter of the Soutiioast quarter of section
number qght (8.) excepting ton acres off the
North sicfc of said Northeast quarter! and, also,
the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quar
ter of section number nine (H.l All nf the Afore
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range uuiuiur nineteen (in,) nnu OHimmtca to
contain On i riundred and Ten (110) acres, be
the Haine n to or less, but subject to all legal
Appraisi 1 at Four hundred dollars ($400,) and
must lirinj two-thirds of that sum.
Ordered o bo sold by tho Coroner of Vinton
county, O .in, as tho Pronertv of Thomas 11.
Shaffer anl Susan F. Shaffer, to satisfy au order
i.i rmtj iBBit-ii iruni uiu yuurt oi onuuou 1 less
in favor olDsnicl Booth.
Terms or Sale Cash in hand.
GEORGE W. GREEN.
Coroner of Vinton County.
D.B. SHIVEL, Att'y for Pl'tff.
Doccmhet U, 1872. Ow.
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY !
STATE OF OHIO.
Columbus, July 5, 1872.
WHEREAS. ttlie Metronolitan Life Insurance
Company, lonited In few Hork, in the State of
New York, lias filed in this ollico a sworn state
ment, by the proper olllcors thereof, showing
its condition and business, and has complied
in all respects, with tins laws of this State, re
lating to Life insurance Companies, incorpora
ted by other States of the Unitod States. Now,
Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, WM. F.
CHURCH, Superintendent of Insurance for the
Hatoui unio, no ncreuy certify mat said com
any Is authorized to transact its appropriate
iiisfncss of Life Insurance in this State, in ao-
onlance with law, during the current year
tie conumon nuu uusmess oi saiu company at
io date of such statement (Dec. 81, 1871,) is
town as iouows:
irif reiratu amount of available as-
M'ls, including tho sum of t2.'t9,80!l-
5 inpreiniuui notes held by tho Co
in policies issued $1,197,237 78
Aiffercgnte amount of Liabilities in-
'luding re-insurance 884,201 00
An't iiiTOmo for the preceding year
iilcnsh ... 621,791 40
Am Incomo for preceding year in
N'kes for Premiums 120,749 71
Ain'a expenditures for preceding
yen In cash t9,9S9 87
Am't antes used in pavment of losses
and 4uims dtyrlng tne year 45,743 94
In Vups" WiiliKKOP, I have hereunto sub
scribed inv namn. nml rjnisnd thn Henl
seal my oflice to be atllxed, the day und
W. F. CHURCH, Sup't.
A. G. BYES, Agent at Columbus, Office—No.
38 East Broad Street.
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. rsowitqir or its oour.ni.
. UELIEF IN TEriNUTE3.
flnndoDoss, Corns, Asthma, BsnsoaiTis, Boas)
TnAAT,HiuasissH,IirrioiiLT Hatio, I
oiniiT OosaurTioiAN Lsao Dis.isis, Tuoy
hcn no taut of mwllcln, an nf child will tk
na txror de-jwlron. Tn-iiinouj rivjn innnnorMS
"IITU.I, ASIC lor If 111 AW O Jl -V lrawni V IT AS S.KB.
Price 35 nn per bos. JOU MUSIS, Proprl.
tor, I8 0ortlndt Street, NW York.
il Rna Lninlwra. r.rla.
Ttii pllln.re hl'IHr rooowm.ndod by th. ntlr
, Mdloei)lt.Tof Frsu th vry but rndf
In til wins of HporuwUirrhonv or Bsmlnal WmIc
n-n; Nlthtlr, I""' or f inhnlnnit 0i
nl Wmknms or Jm niir .'.W.akn.M.rtalni'fr.na
SsmtHiililU.nd Hmnsl Konaiitliiarwioftli
OnnlUl Oran i Weak spin : Ipo.iU In th Urln.
and .11 tli litlT tmn of IIImimi .rlm from
' t,.nM L . ,-.Hna. T h.TINJr wh.n all nlhfimtrn-
; dl adl. famnlitotof Advliwi lniih oK,or will
hntlfDttoiir Wr. PrlneSll r tlax.
BanthniM)U eevur" pom nil okmnHoti,m
gHEEIFF'S SALE I
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Cornelius Karnes, I'laiutilf, '
Tlio Vintou Furnace & Coal Company of Ohio,
Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or
r d of Sale on Attachment. :
PUXISUANT to the command of au Order of
Sale on Attachment issuod from the
Court of Common Fleas of Vinton County, and
to ino directed as Sheriff of said County, 1 will
offer for sale at the door of tho Court House, in
tno Town or MoArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
ou . .......
Friday, the 3d Day of JANUARY,
A. D. 1873,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described premitos, to-wit: n i
A part of the Sokith-west corner of the North
east quarter of Section number Twenty-live of
Township number Eleven (11,) Hange number
Buvenvcun iri.j aim especially described as me
tract of laud llfty (50) feet iu width running
diagonally from a point Twenty-live (26) fuel
North of the line surveyed by 8. W. Stone for a
It nil road from Vinton Station to Vinton Fur
nace, where said line Intersects the west line of
said quarter Hoctiou; thence running South
east parallel to said survey but Twenty-five
(25) leet north of said survey which said line
running as aforesaid Is to he the center of the
strip or tract of laud herein conveyed. Alio,
three (8) acres and five (5) rods being a strip of
land Thirty-live (85) foot wide from the center
of tho Hailroad track of the Vinton Furnace and
Coal Co. of Ohio's Railroad on each side of said
railroad track from tho centor located In the
North-west quarter of Section number Twenty
five (25) Township number Kleven (11) Range
number Seventeen (17,) In Vinton county, Ohio.
Also tho Railroad Iron aud Ties located on the
above described real estate supposed to be two
thirds of a mile in longth.
Takon as the property of the Vinton Furnace
A Coal Co, of Ohio to satisfy an order of sale
on attachment issued from tho aforesaid Court
in favor of Cornelius Karnes,
Appraised at Throe Thousand and Four Hun
dred Dollars (3,400,) aud mustbriiigtwo-thlrds
of that sum. ' i
Terms ol'Snle-Cash In hand. .
. . DANIKL UOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton County.' !,
Jno. Mayo & K. A. Hkattn; Att'ysfor ITtlff.
December 4, 1872 Gw
TTftTTT?V Kaslly mndo with our Stencil A
JV2.U1N iJ I Key Check outfit. Circulars free.
Stafford M'f'g Co., Hi Knlton St.. N. Y. 4w
WANTED AGENTS t?KriS5
American Family Knitting Machine- The simplest
and best in tho world. . Address Amebic AN
Kkittino Maohine Co., 846X Washington St.,
Boston, Mass. 4w
t.ai'i'ai HUil SJonitiiincriii aeutl lor
prices lo the MnnulsMSlnresm.
vnNOUlEN & TIFT, 103 1 3d 0t., CINCINNATI.
Agents ! A Rare Chance I
We will pay all agents 040 per week incaeh,
who will engage with us ut.ouco. Everything
furnished and expenses paid. Address
4w A. COUXTKB A CO., Charlotte, Mich.
"nsychoroanoy, or Soul Charming." Htw
1 either ex may fascluato and gain tho love
and affections of any person they choose in
stantly. This simple mental Requirement all
can possess, free, by mail, for 2Bc., together with
a marriage guide, Kgyptinn Oracle, Dreams,
Hints to ladies, Wediilng-nlght shirt, Ac. A
queer book. Address T. WILLIAM & CO.,
Publishers, Philadelphia. 4v
LOOK r FREE TO ALL !
d PA PER WEEK to Agents, maleor female.
cpOvToall who will write for an agency we
will send a copy of that "Wonder of Wonders,"
the illustrated iiorn of PLENTY. It contains
over fifty beautiful illustrations, and will lie
sent iree to nil wno may write. Address i.
THE Beat selling Book 14 the Market
1 la the Struggle! of
PETROLEUM V. NASBY.
It is illustrated by THOMAS NAST, the
greatest of American artists, and contains
nn introduction by Hon. Charles Sumner.
Agents wanted for this and other popular
books. Address I, N. Richardson & Co., Boston,
Mnss., and St. 'Louis, Mo. 4w
Thea-Nectar. A Pure
Tht Beit Tea Import!.
Warranted to tuit all tattee.
Put up in our trade mark
half-Pound nnd Pound pack
ages only, 80 and 60 Pound
For sale at wholsale only by
The Great Atlantlo & Paqlflo Tea Company,
P. O. Box 6r.0B. New York City.
AGKNTS WANTED FOU THK
The most comprehensive and valuable religious
work over puniisneii; also lor our new niusira
tniifnniMv Dibit!, rnutaininir nearlv 500 fine
Scripture illustrations, and Dr. Smith's com-
pieto Dictionary oi tne niuie. semi lor pros
pectus and circulars, nnd we will show you
what agents sav of this, Ms but and cheapeet
Family ihlt,iu't how fast they are selling it.
Address NATIONAL PUHLISlIIMO CO., Chl
cago 111. ; Cincinnati. ., or St. Louis, Mo. 4w
OHIO A U.S.
or circular tol
Be deceived, hut for ronghs. colds, lore throat,
hoarseness and bi'auciinldiQlculties,.useouly
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Worthless Imitations are on the market,
but the only sclunlillc preparation of Carbolio
Acid for Lung diseases is when chemically com
bined with other well known remedies, as in
these Tablcta, ana an parties are cautioned
againBt using any other.
In all cases of Irritation tf the' mucous
muinhrnno these Tablets should lie freely used,
their cleansing aud healing properties are as
tonishing. lie warned, nevor nogioci a com, it is easily
cured iu Its luuiiilent suite, when It becomes
chrouio the cure is exceedingly difficult, use
Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a speciuo.
JOHN O. KELLOtiU, 18 Piatt St.. New York.
Sole Agent for Unitod States. Soud for circular.
I'rii'o '.'i) cents a mix,
Agents Wiuite I At Ouee for tho Only Com
pint and Itiill iblo Life, Wondrous Discov
eries ttllll AliriiiiiiKiiivtiuiures oi
in one voliimo, with tlieJJDTiiEY i"l REQTS
STANLEY EXPEDITION !
000 ii.iges. Only I3.no. .U'rtT tho Iwiok the
M amskh want. Oihi lady sold '.0 Until
Oi'loKi.v.' There Is a HUSH lor it. A
W OlwPiJKi, ruhlislldr, CIlingo, tlm
nati, or St. Louis. s)w
ihirfln cost of imbllalilng lllus
X I umo,"UPTIvK HEIGHTI
VjaUU ANoKOItTUMC" The hi
B Of FAME
buyer gets It
Klirlit tliarmlntf bliivranhies of In
ventors live the nuly history of Invention aud
development of Steam vessels, Locomotives,
Railroads and Tvlegmiih, Only life of Prof.
Morse, and Co-ln venlor, Jllne other lives show
success from poverty aud obscurity, as Farm
ers, Mechanics, Bankers, etc! Only life of Pea
body. Agents wanted everywhere. First re
port showed agent's prnllt. IM) for 5 davs. Send
for terms. W M. II. JIOOKK A CO., Publishers,
viiii-iii uni i
PEN THK SEWEKS!thowKiT.
noys, Liver and Howell do not act health.
I I fully, the wastes from the action of the
I I system remain in the blood, and produce
vr irriiuiKiii nnu iii.osmo. 'jiioe organs are
the nutlets ol'thii sysleiiiHiul piulurthe (iilliiiMice
Qf HAMILTON'S MUCHU A 1) AMKLION.
ma iti-uv in uinri iifiiiiiih tsnitu mn
W.C. HAMILTON ft CO., Cincinnati.
,fl Ifl liWPQ Wl,,, hnlutdy the best
U AlliMl I O Mdllng books Sondror
I ellTllllllS of VKNT'S i NARHIIIOaD ll.LUH.
FAMILY HlBl.I. Over 1,100 puge 10 by IS
Disss ifh(h unur Ittrii tl)t V nilUvlMIV)
0.SJ gilt edge, 1 clasp, IH.S5, full gill, I
clasps, 111.011. "Hidden! the White Chief," for
in, XMiniigcs jiiiue a uis, ii. Ariieiiie
winter evening, oniu ussirea'iv " J no American
Farmer's Horse iliMik." The Hiandanl, 40th llsJO
roti'iy, r.iMHxino i niatnionis, ac, r. vent,
Ni i . nun i inoinnaii, vent a uooiincn. I in
cago, Illinois, 4w
a$76 to $250 per month.
rv-jmaln and female, lolutrodiire lliuOENIIINrl
JlMPHOVKD COMMON HIC.NK FAMILY
tHKWINO MACIII.NK. This machine will
astltch, hem, full, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
fihrald and embroider In a moat superior
Jmanner, Prlco only $1(1, Fully licensed
ITand warranted for five year. We will pay
I,0U0 for any machinn that will sew a
I slronger, more beautiful, or more elastic
I scam than ours, ltninketha"KlaatlLook
CjHtlUdi." Kvery second stitch can be out,
cjLand still the cloth cannot b pulled apart
"without tearing It. W pay agent from 178
mlo pr month and expenses, or a coin.
Ciiilsin from which twice that amount can
r-wlie made. Addrens HKCOMI1 CO-, boston,
Mam., Pittsburgh, Pa., Chicago, llL or St.
f, - .j, 1 fir '"'l
ROAD. 18,000,000 aoros of the best rruiln.
aud niineritl L.anus in America." .
,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte yU
ley, now for luln. " ,
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil.
For Grain Growing and 8toek Haisinff muur.
passed by auy in the United States, .
Chiapir IN Peioi, more favorable terms
&lven, and more conveulent to market than can
s found elsewhere.
Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers.
The best location lor Colonies Soldiers enti
tled to a Homestead of 160 Acres.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, With
new Haps, published in English. Herman, Swe
dish and Danish, mailed free everywhere. ,
Address, O. F. DAVIS, ' -
Land Com'r U. P. R. B. Co., Omaha, Neb.
33xty ttr Teas
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY
Have business connections with all the princi
pal ports of China and Sapan, and Import their
Teas direct from placa of growth, thus saving
the consumer from 6 to 8 proflss. It is now
about 13 years since the Company was organ-izedr-aud
it has been a splendid success from
the very first. This was due to the fact that we
Imported and sold only ... , .
The Best and Purest Goods, '
And distributed them to our customers in all
parts of the United States, for one small profit
only, between the Tea-grower andtheTea-con-sunver.
We originated the system of supplying
consumers In distant parts of the country with
Teas, at New York Cargo Prices, on the Club
plan. And since we adopted this plan we have
saved the people of this country millions or
DOLLAitg annually, in the cost of this, article of
everyday necessity. -
Send for Club Circular which contains full
directions, premiums, &ci -;v " '
The Great AmeiicaCTea Company,
31 ft 33 Vesey Street,
P. 0. Box 5043. New York City.
is unequaled by auy known remedy, It will
eradicate, extirpate and thoroughly destroy all
Iwlsouous substances in the Blood and will ef
fectually dispel all predisposition to bullous de
ramrement. Is there want of action In your Liver
or Spleen T Unless relieved the blood becomes
impuro by deleterious secretions, producing
scrofulous or sictn diseases, uiotcnes, r clous,
PuHtules, Canker, Pimples, &c.
Have you a dyspeptic stomach T Unless
digestion is oroniutlv aided tho system is de
bilitated witn povorty of the Blood, Dropsical
tendency, general Weakness and iuertl.
' Have you weaknea of the Intestines?
You are In danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or In
flammation of the Bowels.
Have You weakness of the Uterine or
Urinary Organs? You are exposed to suffer
ing in its must agravated form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish,
or depressed in spirits, with hoadai'luvlmck
ache, coated tongue anil bad tasting moutliV
For a vertiijii remedy for all of these discuses,
weaknesses and trouble: for cleansina and
purifying the vitiated blood nnd iiiiiiiirtiug
vigor to all the vital forces; fur buildiug up
and restoring tho weakoned constitution, UH
which It pronounced by tho lending medical
authorities of London and I'aii, "the most
powerful tonic and alterative known ' to the
mcuicai worm," i inn is no new ami untried
discovery, but hns lonir been used hv the lead
ing physicians of other countries with wouder-
iui remciiiiu resiuis.
Don't weaken um! Impair the digestive
organs by cathartics nnd physics, they give
only tonipoiury relief Indigestion, flatulency,
ami dyspepsia with piles and kindred diseases
are sure lo follow their use. ,
Keep tho blood pure and health is assured.
JOIIN Q. KKLLOUG, 18 l'latt St., New York,
Sole agent for the United States. 4w
Price II perhottle. Send forCfrcular.
The old nnd well known firm Of T,emon
Weiss, qf P'TTSHUIIUH, PA Mauufnoturers
. Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
II AVK REMOVED TO
NO. Ill FOURTH AVENUE
Opposite their Old Stand,
Where they continue the business in jU its
"01ZL0 IH inoOBlU," "QOCD K0JHW4,"
iraiNO vuowirs," uiummkii ixowxbb," a
AniU SB AsUUUti
tWlU Ih. ICXITTIC WKILT ll WKKII.V mus-i
. tus at noaa tuwMiatM), s i.oo.
ktw (flkMOnaii u. tk. ita f WIi
Ainu, met wmt AUM.I" tM UHn
BsbMrilim fcmlikrf AT ON CI
wltk UMr uannct.
. vita aatka. wlliaaj i
AH . W . A 1AH8 i
55 to $2
per day I AgenU wanted! AU
classes of working1 neouls. of
either sex, young or old, make more money at
wora tor us in meir spare inonieiiis, or an tne
time, than at anything else. Particulars free.
Address u. i i.u. & tu., rorlianil, Maine.
OOOO AGKNTS WANTED I We guarantee
JJJ O employment for all, either sex, at 5
wr day, or 12,000 or more a year. Xew works
y Mrs. II. 11. Mtowe and others. Superb p;e-
inlume given atcay, . Money made easily and
rapidly. Particulars free. QUEEN UTYPB.
CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
i i ii l ii i
Insure In tho TltVELKRS of Ilartford, Conn,
mi m. a
" Agents Wanted for Cobbln's
On The Bible, for The
1,(00 Pages, SuO Kngruvlngi
prise of the year for agoutis,
have It, )jothiig like t no
circular adiros II, at, Gq
On The Bible, for The Home Circle.
l.iOQ Pages, SuO KngruvlnKg, The best enter
,. BTory mroliy will
now Miihlished. for
i iiA-iiinini aiifiuan ii. , uquifaraaiu at jV.t t
rara now, new era.
1823. JUBILEE! 1873.
NEW YORK OBSERVER.
Tk But Bfligloiii tad Seonlar Family Kiwipaper.
3 a Year With the JUBILEE IE AB BOOK,
SIDNEY E. MOUSE CO., ; ,
. 37 Park Row, New York. .
SENS FOB A SAMPLE COPY.
CfPEN ALL THE YEAR.
St. I.onls, Michigan, Magnetle Spring
Theflrst Masnetlo Water discovered In Amer
ica. (lHflil.) lltie beeu visited by over 10,000
KNTIRK IIOVTB 11Y HAILROAD. .
Cures ' . i
KiinrMlirla. PuriLlvslH. UlieiiniiitlHin. flnnf.. Tilm.
oases of the lilmdler and Kidneys, Dyspepsia,
Im potency, ami all Diseases of tho Nervous
Hystein, ( untrue tod Joints, OJenerul Debility.
KlNl 111 h. Korl'aniiihluts containing; do
eriptlon, analysis of wau-r, and all other Infor
mation, address MAUNKTIU SPRING COM.
PAN Y. St. Louis, Oratiot County, Uichigan.
. . il- jm
IRON CLAD PAW.
IRON CLAD PAINT
This Company Is owner of and manufactures
under Win. (Jruen's several patent, and Is the
only Company In the world that makes Paint
from pure, hard Lake Superior iron Ore, such
as II used in furaiM.es for making Pig Iroa, ,
The Most Koonomloal, Most Fire Proof,
Must Water freof, Moat . Durable aud
Most VeolairalBt Made, -
"aanaa. i wawwH 1 "'r ' r" 'ST.
1'I.N B T.l! BE
NATURE'S GREAT "REMEDY,
, ,' FOR THE .
THROAT AND LUNGS t
It Is gratifying to us to inform the public
that Dr, L. O. C. Wisliart's Pine' Tree Tar
Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, haa
f gained an enviable reputatiou fniu.tuA4
antio to (lie Pacific coast, and from thence to
some of the first families of Europe, not thro'
the press alono.but by persons nimughout thu
States actually beneill Oi'd' smL cured at his
office. While he publishes less, so say our re
porters, ho is unable to supply the demand. It
gains aud holds its reputation
First.. Jiot by stopping cough, but by loos
ening and assisting nature to throw off tho
unhealthy matter collected about the throat
and bronchial tubes, which causes Irritation. .
Second. It removes the cause of irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to act and throw off the unhealthy secretions,
and purifies the blood. ..'
Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, Ipecac
aud opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies are composed, which allay cough
only, and disorganize the stomach. It has a
soothing effect on the stomaeli, acts on tho
liver and kidneys, and lymphatic and nervous
regions, thus reacding to every part of thu
system, and m its invigorating and purifying
effects it has gained a reputation which it
must hold above all others in the market. '
JXTotloe : 5
THE PINE TESE TAR COEDIAL,
; pBEAT AMERICAN
DYSPEPSIA PILLS, .
WORM SUGAR DR0p!s,
Hnlnir nnilnr mv' lnintii,Uula .1I..u,.1..h ' , Iw...
shall not lose their curative quulitlcs 'by tho
use vi tueap auu impure articles,
HENRY R. WISHART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE !
Dr. L. Q. C. Wisharfs Office rarlors aro
oicn on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
!romi, Ai.u- 40 ";j ,,)r consultation by Dr.
Wm.T. Magee. With him are associated two
r i. r i"viii. ui ocKDowieugca auu-
II v. This onuortunitv la not nm.i-,.,1 w
ther institution In tho city. T
, AU letters must be addressed to ' '
L.Q. 6. WISHART,-M. D.,
No. 332 North Second St.
Presents for Everylody;
To bo distributed to the Agents and Patrons of
Most Poplar Family Newspaper
Published In tho United States.
fl'in.S WELL-KNOWN PAPBU la about en
I torlug the TmitTHCTH YkaH of its publica
tion, under the most promising auspices. A II
the popular features that havelierotorore diB
tliigiii.liud.lt will bo continued, unit ovcrv
ofloi t miule to romlor H still more deserving of
Its odituria.lt are splrlhxli Its torresion-
deimq extensive: its news varied, and from
every quarter of te globe; Its agricultural do.
pertinent nill of practical infoi inatlon; while
Its stories, lifo sketches and niUcellnnv, aro
adapted to both young and old; and its reports
of the markets, of livestock, grain, groceries
U t7 r lwul" 0,6 ,ttte,,t ni1 n,os,i
E7EET PATR0H OP TtfR WrPTT.v tt utq
Ii presented, free of charire. with a .n, nr ..,.
TIMES Illustrated HAND BOOK
An elegantly printed volume of 100 sclontiflo
and niiscel ancons articles. Illustrated with
if, . V. "Wl c"K'vings. it alHo conta ns
a DI ARr fnr r. in war 1U7'I t,. ..u
trnetlvencss It is superior ta-any present ever
m.v,,, j, unwiipHur puilllsliers.
EVERY CLUB AGENT
I. roniiiAitdi.tA.1 .Cm 1.1- -'i.r ....
.., .,,v.. m Tin, tinier wun
an extra paper, a deslrnblo not' buok, sold
pen, silver ware, musical tn.lrnmeut, or A
silver or gold watch, according to thu number
of subscribers scut
Single Subscriber, per year i - a OO
'-."S of Ave, per year, each - - 175
Club of ten aud upward, pur-year, each 1 BO
Send for List or PpAmlllttta KiAntmnn ....In.
etc, to ""'
x'UULISUERS WEEKI.T TIMES.
' CINCINNATI. OHIO.
SHEEIFF'S SALE ' '
State of Ohio, Vinton County, ' , w .
Mllei Ratcllffand Goorge T.Smitli, Plaintiff's,
' - against .vr.
- KcsiahC'hildeis. i)r.iii,
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas! Ex-
, ocutlon on Transcript.
Common P.,.f vi... r.7'""J.,",".r, T 01
tyou WU 01 MoAr"""' a "W Vinton oo'ui"
Saturday, the 21st Day of December
a T ioiva t
a.i J, 1.016,- '
A t the hnuv ,.r 11 .i..i..i. . .-...''
itl hinf "Vi ?f. Y1!'"' u,,l ' Ohio.
tees W??..1. fli"!t"'" '"Vi '" Norm Vhlr.
teen (18) I'oles to a slake uunr the old bod of
V-" .t.'rui;e. Wu"t Twenty-lo ur ami
ftarrf SJHht (M w-ioo) Pole 'to the half
?iI in.Lln "'""'"(T North from the first men
tioned corner; thence Houtli to tho place of be
ginning, to as to contain tivo acres.
t V,!om " th0 Ifroperty or Kesiah Clillilera.
to latlsfy an exemitlon issued from the Court of
Commoii , Pleas Iu favor of Miles Hatclltr and
bring two thirds of that sum.
Terms of Sale-Cash In hand. .
. . DAN1KL UOOTH,
' " Sheriff Vinton County.
t . """
and ' O
mHH GRAND PttlNCIPLK that oporn'tct In
I these wonderful mediulnet, is tho power that
they possess in purifying the turgid blood, an"
eximfllng corrupt hiunoii from tliesvstein.
I ii i ,IL,'S 'oi'slstof aeVful
and peculiar 'adniUturaof the finest Vegetable
fcitraots, Herbs, aud Medicinal , Uxnne.Z
Possesslugnotagralii of mineral in tliolrcomi
hluatlon, they never expose those who use tin m
to any danger, atauy timeor season. No moth,
erneed hesitate to nrocrll)e tliein to their child,
ren, and the most delicate constitutions n
use them with as great a benefit at the most
vigorous aud powerful frame. , , . '""""ist
IIouowAt & Co, Sole Propri'tors,
i 1 Maiden Cane, Jfew York,
llollowav't pills and ointment are told at S6c.
MXo,andl per box or pot. A groat sav In ill
made hyboylag tht ilMt? Df?i