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The Enquirer.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
No Business Done on Saturdays.
Important Notice.
, -As , fin - eulargemf at of k thift
paper will soon take ; plaqe, we
wish those who are indebted io
up .on subscriptions job printing,
advertising, &c to-come Jbtward
autopsy die Meiirij lfm-
ingJtuw- change 'in ur-paper.
About the time the chanra is
made in the size of this paper,
we expect to commence the pub
lication of The Cliristian Witness.
Lei; no person1 del ay '; the. pay
ment of the amount due us; be it
ever sb small." ;; IfiVou'-'liave" $o
money, come and see us any
how. Wewant you to come and
see us "early ana plten.
On, fof a dog.epwootie
!o1vn'iso S'5sibr-HJaek ' frostj
Watur is a scarce' article iq
mis lo.caniy. ?
We bad1 a fewdays of Indian
summer Jast .week, ."and quite
, soft were the ekies,'; .t
The nighta are getting ripo
for Thomas felines to sing so
.prano. ., -.: .--.-,.. i ,
' Don't knock at the: door of a
printing office. Walk yjghfc in
and pay yours subscription,
. There is not muoh change in
the, iinoney, market if here,is.
' it can't be found.
.Literary societies should be
organized in connection with our
schools in town and country this
winter.
The latest on the Vepizootic:"
.IT 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 'J
"jonn, my aear, iaKe your uanu
kerchief and remove the epizooty
from your ruisal appendage I
Game is tolerably plentiful in
V i a ua'liAn nnnila AiirrirA raVt-
bits, old" sledge, squirrels ahd
bluff. ,
rut The attention jf ;j those -who
may be interested,- is directed to
the Circular printed on the first
page oi this paper.
': ... Moonlight nights have come.
Look out for skating parties as
soon, as the ice is ', sufficiently
l'roxc. A; . little exergise.'l'now
,;,and thl;)i, is relished by-, the'. bfe$t
.. of men. , . . ,, ,.'f;
.. . , at .;, we ; ; iast e&anunauon v
teachers , the , following " named
persons; received .certificates ;
.For.one year-r-Bimw RBay,
A. W; Lyons and Mlsa Mattle
For six months Elias Liggett
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Well, now that the season for
snake 'stories is over, It Is about
time to hear of some man . who
rolled up a lot of bank bills last
summer, and put them away in a
' stove for safe-keeping but Tor
got about it and- kindled a fire
in the aforesaid stove i this fall
1 and burnt the bills Washes. ,
We learn from ' the ''Hockirfg
.QmiAi) flinf Pi A.T fiini; lioa lia
continued his . businoss . connec
tion with' tho".'Furnace Store: at
. .that -phced, ;crrgag with
: pleasunt timand i abund$nt,suc
ilr, fill i.nts'i .
unlii'nr !. "!'!
.V, 'Ckiiq Marieitian. hereto i$r' pub'
' lisned .'at Marietta,' and ' one o;
the -neatest and eprcic&t papers
ll 'f . -f . . o-ft v.' 'il I, . ll. . t . A
...An fin V . 1. i.. I. i. 11... liAir .... 1. a
'uu 'uur njAuiittiigu iiot.,vuci' ui'VU
merged'into a new 'paper ut'Par
KersDurgvto joe-.caiiea ine Urtio
ters4 arj- good printers,' a'qd they
;:. H ave ' vUr.beBt ! wiHlieri in their
new unaertaiiine.(
The Best Hotel Accommodations
at Zaleski
. , .Eobert . liowK.bavlng takeinof
. st ips from the liail way-depot, in
Zaleski, which was formerly o5
' i onriied W..WriT'rit'. ANiiaJliAi
) . ' j n l L i A ' i :1 ' . t ' : W i tit.
t':.r. r t . . j rn'r' r''r
reniiea ana rciurnieneu tne same
f throughout,': and. is, prepared to
.receive guests orr very reason'
' ; able ; terms, , '; The accomrhdcla
tions arc the beBt,; and all wil
' . 'be pleased who give the House a
mai.- vynen you visit ioaiesKi,
. i i i . i . -.'
kaiva tt i oil a tiuvu muau .vi waiu
"' ny tne 'day ' or; weelC" go te the
; Bowen 'Houseg; 1
GALLIPOLIS, M'ARTHUR &
GALLIPOLIS, M'ARTHUR & COLUMBUS RAILROAD.
Important Judicial Decision Sustaining
the Right of the Company to
Collect on Subscriptions.
p. Langiley, t presidoijj; jpf., the
Gallipots, Mc Arthur. & Golum
)us Raijroad jippjearedjnex-
tra issued Irom this olhce on the
th: inst, 'with' the article copied
from an extra of .' the Gailipolis
Ledger, (otthe Ud ijisJ., pu which
are of so much interest to a large
portionqf pur citize-that they!:
are again copied:
OFFICE OF THE GALLIPOLIS,
McArthur & COLUMBUS RAILROAD COMPANY.
GALLIPOLIS, O., December 2, 1872.
Dear Sir: Out Comnnnv fnunil it ner.ns.arv.
last Hummer, to commence suits against a aura
berjof uuA subscribers .hens to the UKk of lh
coidnany. To these units demurrert or motions
wete llled and argued at great length iu Octo-
uur, oeiore o uiige uutnrie, who toon tne paper!
and helc,hmfor consideration until thlmwwn.
in
ing, when lie announced Ms declHlon overruling
i i
nil we aem
lie demurrers and motiona, of which I give
Tub a syaonuis in an Extra front the isajer ,
a ij.oi
:h will
wiucn win explain itseu.
W. H. LANGLEY.
I hope to be In your town within this
month. Have 'been tryjngvto' com for aome
time, but cannot got oil. - Our work Hteadily
1'iuB iuphuki HT iH Wllb fliblV I.1I11U UUW
count of,bal wuather.', t; ... ,r .,, ,
The-'following 1 is the; article
con'tafnfed 1 in 1 "an extra" of the
Galjigolis fjcdgcfo spoke n of n
President Langley's letter above:
Juxlire Guthrie: of the Conrt ofVommon PtoruL
fl.l. .1. j . 1h '. H. 1 .. 1 ,.
noun cod IilsUecliionlu the case of the Gnllipo.
im, mcirmur. a, L-onimm g uaiiroan ix)ninanv
agalnat a number of subscribers to the stock of
the Company ; saying that after a careful exam
ination of the law and ducislohB of the Sunreme
Court iindr It, and after' having coniuHod
Juiige 'iVelsli In rournrd to the law, and finding
UHti p miHtatnea ws-owu construction or tin
law RDveruinir the iies. he (Judire Gutbrle)
owri ulcil t.hudumurrors and motions in all the
casus, tuiiK nustaining the validity of the Cer
tlllcate of Int orporution of said Railroad Com
pany, and of the right of the company to make
calls and collections on subscriptions. -. ;
jNo.aeciHioiu was oor looaaa mr morcanxi
iously, or wito more interest by the citizens of
this city and Along the lino ef G.,Mes ft J)A
u. tn an tnis one, lor tne reason that many ru
mors had Iwea set afloat by parties in Unllipolls
and at other points, ta the effeot that the Char
ter of the Company was defective, and that
other nroceedlnurs of the Com nan v are llleiral.
Tllis Uecialon settles the validity of the Charter,
as rar as this court is concerned, and virtually
settles all oilier important questions that may
be raised by interepjed parties) attempting to
delay the enterprise, :'"
W. H. LANGLEY. Horrible Accident !
L'a'by, Ihe? faatne'ofW
is, (his" first' hame could not
LIAMS.
be ascertained,) was killed at
Vintou Ffiynfice, ; last Friday,
hewas 1n the aot' of stooping
ovejrone of the pinion, wheels of
the Furnace engine, when ins
coat was caught, dragging; hira
on..one of the w.heels, which was
making very' rapid, reyplutions,
Alrapst a quick" arth'o'ug'bt'his
head was'sevcred fi-oin his body.
Retaining jts hold upon him' it
plowed its way. through his chest,
mangling arid literally j crushing
to ijecps'thoC unfortmxate man.
Fragmen were scattered- iii
eveVy difcctioii".'", o far as pbssi-
lcyihey wore gathered up and
deposited in a coffin!'?' Tne, burial
took place (in Saturday. iV-.'. "
-j ilhg deoeaHodcaHilijo Ppn
s'Kafiia'o'nly a shovtrt-yn.sinfie,
and was Tmployed;. l)y hef,Cf)m
papyjn the oapftcityvofgas ln-
B'p'ectfjrr'1 'and' superintendent r'o'f
shaflit IIe' leaves a wife and six
children.. - M- .-i.T.
. ' .J md .
Don't Forget the Children.
When providing your supply of reading for
next year do not focget , the childrnn.) Thoy
noed a weekly paper, as woll as the older fulk,
Nothing bcttor.can b? lonnX. tor. Uiep i,btw. the
weckla MpiyM 6 and famr,6ly WuIkb-M
duulgnttf especially ftr them. It i edited
Oi Q; O. Talkie, ' A.' M;, 'a -tea6her In theCh((!ago
High 8ohofl; and haa amomg 1M eoutriliutofs
pmaCUMlMWt wilters.o( Alte oouniryrsuuluu
Rev. Dr. Alden, Pres. of the N. Y. State Normal
fichoalt Prof.. Ranliorn Tennev.. of .-Williams
College j Mil. A, J?,SborwQi)d,.jA Clayton;
Amelia E. Daley and othei-g. It Is designed to
lntoiest as well as Instruct, and Is such a paper
at any .parent or teacher may give to his child'
ren or pupils, assured that they will be bene
fitted by It. It Is furnished at the low price of
$1.00 per year, and every lubseriber reoelves
nauUBomo ciironio, tnecaua Allien ruuiishou
by the Bright Side Company, Chlrairo.
The Best Place.
The choicest lot of Groceries,
Quoonnwaro, GlaBHwaro, Notions,
&(airt b(B.hiwl at DaV8 PuNCAttto
iV. .w v . sV. w r . . . m ' t
JSJPbfA i jparjpsfcr, lirnit times. ? f L
Corn, oats, potatoes and produco
of every deBcrjption taken in ex
change tor good,',at,hifl'8torff.,
In connection with his store he
tjftff $ SfjddlO nnd Ilatness shop.nnd
will repuir anything in that line on
short notice and at low figures, ., 1(
tf
Wm. Crowley, Sr., Af-' Walnut
township, raised this season, on
15 acres of Walnut Creek bot
tom land, 1,073 bushels of corn,
Harrison township, .also raised
which averasfedi i llUvbushels
per acrdi, and Thad. E. Cromlev,
2,011 bushels"' of corn, " on 20
acres of Walnut 1 Creek bottom
an Average' of 102 'busneW per
acre I Beat this, who can. (Mr-'
cleville Watchman. iX iSS
Holloway's Ointment,
t
,Asthia, lightness of tho 'ohott, 'and IhevaJ
rtons (llseaso of the throat and Inngs; ns Woll
as Clio lrlnnmorablo eruptiona Bnj Ulcers vrtiluli
attack the skin and- floah, yield Invariably to
this preparUtiou.' Sold. 18 llaldeu Labi!, N.Y.
Price S5 cents per pob A.sk lor now stylo; the
l.1! I.. .AH..nl.n.l I r - ' .'
IVUriettA" is- troubled with
4ftttnw a
Inauguration of Presidents.
'
. A correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Enquirer spoke of the
S Vpongress in inaugurating
a President, whereupon, another,
signingjbimself' A Lawyer," ljaij
his say in this .wise :
'"In reply to A. L, first allow
me to say that when he speaks
otthe, duty ot Congress to. inaug
urate a President, lie has fallen
int6 a' grave error. ' Congress
haa nothing to do with, that mat
ter no more than A. L- has him-
pselft ' 'It is hardly ever in session
on tue 4tn oi iviarcn, not meeting-usually
until the first Mon
day in December,' which is the
day,fixed on by-law for that pur
pose. On( the ,4th of March the
President elect, who has received
th.usual. certificate of elettion,
presents himself to the .Chief-
Justice of the United States, and
before him takes the 'v oath . of
office, ; and! . is ) finally installed
into it,.' lhe oth section oi the
second article ofthe Constitution
of tne United States says : "In
case of the removal ofthe Presi
dent from office; or of his death,
resignation '.or inability -in dis
charge the' .powers and duties of
aiA. v. -: j i'i ; i.xti j
luo nam umuc, iaio oaiuc euau uo-
volve on the Vice-President, and
the (Jongress may by law pro
vide1 for. the case of removal,
death,- or Resignation or inability
of the President and Vice-President,
declaring what officer shall
then act as President and such
officer, shall act' accordingly until
Preside sbftl 1)6 elected," In
1792 Congress ' did act., under
this provision. It declared that
next. . after the President . and
Vice-President shall come the
president pro tern, of the Senate ;
after N him the Speaker of fte
House,' then the Chief-Justice,
ah .indefault) of vall '.these the
oldest ' Associaffr; Justice of the
Supreme Court shall act as Pres
ident. If a President elect
should become insane before tlior
4th of March, wthwe tws m in
ability on his part to discharge the
duties 6j ' the ojice) itH Vice-President
would act until the disability
was 'removed.-- The - Vice-Presi
dent is sworn in o$ nhe. 4tR of
March, and. is' President. in de
fault of his chief putting in an
appearance.;; This is all arranged,
as we,, nave seen, by the Consti
tution. As t6'A..Ls first ques
tion he r ought to .know that the
Electors' &re not bound 6 yote
for1 any one. They have the con
. A 1 I 1 1 i i ' I i ' 1
Btituuonai Tignt to vote ior wnom
they ilease. If President,
elected by ; the" lieonlp, was in
antirt -thftv flnli1 vfilH .f'or a. hp.w
that ;the Vico-PrHident would
take, his place if '.the,, insanity
conunueu up 10 mo tiu or xviuixn.
If hen ' recovered, he, could then
belfworn .inr but m the mean
time1 th'e'v Government would go
ouiunqpr . iflfj aurjiinisiraijorj qi
the. Vice-President." '
Thk, presoiivaiiou pf .tbo teeth is
ftiuttprbf tlTe )Vi ruoHt- j utorn M ce,
Lispecinlly oiight voting peiion ap
prectuto' the force of this fuct.
Have your teeth examined, and if
need bo,. have thorn properly cared
for tyefQrovQQv!uclo drives you to
regret yquu neglect, App'y ftOW to
Dr. N. J. Bowicns, MArthur.
Inauguration of Presidents. Dec. 4-4t.
A littkb about Spoor's Wines aud Bitten,
We taka-pleasure in publishing It:
CARROLLTON, ILLINOIS.
Having sold Spoor' goods of New Jersey,
vla.i Wlues, Brandy and Bitters, we take great
pleasure in stating that they give entire satis
faction to our customers, ami (lm( our sales are
stoadlly Ipcrpaslng on ho). They are pre.
sorlbu4 apd ys( by noniiof thf leading piys.
lfllansarthJpl,coA Jlospectfully, J ,
SMITH BROS., Druggists.
.CiurplDLUitns, face, rough skin, pimples.
ringworm, sarheupi, ai pthor onanoflps
ffectlqiip cpred, and the kn malfl soft and
smooth, by uting tlie Juniper Tar Soap, made
,uy cwwou, lianara A Co- New York. lie cer
tain to got the Junlpor Tar Soap, as there are
many worthless Imitations made with common
tar. . . Doc4-lw
THI PUBKST AND BWMTK8T COO LlVIR Oil
M llatarfl ACanwoU'l, mailo ou tho soashoro.
from frclli, lolectod livers, by Caswiix, Hax.
abi) A Co., Mew York. It la absolutely pure
and sweat. PatienU who have onoe taken
prefer It to all others. PIysloaua huvo iuoed
It superior V a.ny of the ofcher oils n the nif
. Uec4-lw
'
Christmas is Coming.
f:;N((w j.s;: the 1 time to' got your
picture made to present to your
friends-during the holidays. . Go
10 lilLLINGHDRST.
Here IT IS !
Ve, will tafce cash, corn, aid,
county and, township orders
payment for all debts due this
Ollicey-J. ..... .. ,
C. J BixuNonuRST has iust re
"ceived a lot , of Picture Frames
and Mouldings. - Go and get
pictures framed. deo4-2t
Here IT IS ! REMOVAL!
Here IT IS ! REMOVAL! DRUGS ! DRUGS ! !
0, T. Gunning has jlst rwinovod
roin tlio "Oiil Brick Corner" hid
pleudid assort mont of yrage, Med
icines. Oils, Paints, Bot,-8, Station-
erjr. Ac, lo his 1ET ROOM
Will's New Buildin, one door
w8t of Gilman, WnrJ A Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, where ho will be
pleased to meet nil nis.old cnotora-
ei'8, and lis many ihbietiB those to
givuniiii men" putruiiugu.., . , ; -s
HisNewHoom is really the finest
n Southern Ohio; Is beinrr visited
by evorybody; and his supplyo
Drugs,. Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
lAe equal to any other establish ment
ntho country, ;i, ,., .., . , ;
' .He fills prescipti'onB, and can ac
commodate nil customers, atreaso.n
able rates. If you waiit to see
the finest Drug Stoie,"drop
n and examine this one,. '
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
How to Go West.
'.This is an enquiry i which every
one should have 'trutiMly- answer
ed before be starts on his journey,
and a little. care tftken jl ejeamin--
tion of otiten will, in niany cases
save much troublo, Uniepnd money.
.The "1.D; & W. Koul6," running
from Indianapolis throjglr Bloom
ing to to Burlington, hn4 achieved a
splendid reputation in Jie last two
years ' as ih,e : IpafjiPS' Paasenger
Coutu to the West. , At liurlington
t connects with the great Burling
ton Route which runs direct thro'
Southern Mown to Nebraska and
Kansrs, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passongers starting from Vintou
County, on their way , westwardi
can not do. bottom than, taa lh
li. d W. and Turlington Koute.
This line bas published a paraph-
et entitled "How. to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; u largo correct map of the
Great West, which can be obtained
free ol chargo by addressing tha
General Pnssonger Agen B. & M. R
it., iiurlington, Iowa.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist. McArthur,
Ohio.
Ohio. Five Hundred Thousand.
- figr 500,000 Bottles of Gbbc's
Auuust Plower has been sold in
this State in three months. W,on-
y usk vou to iro to thedrug stores
of Gunning or Sisson.i McArshur,
0., and get a Bottlo Free of charge,
or a regular sizo at 75 'cts. Svery
liott o warranteg to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, 9ickheqapbe,
Costivenoss, Heartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
m pure Hloou, and all dlsonso caus
ed by Intpuro Blood, or, deranged
Stomach nndLivor. Tify it.
G. GREEN, Prop.,
Columbus, O.
Columbus, O. For Ayer's Medicines, go to G.
W. Sisson's.
W. Sisson's. Are You Going West ?
II' so, take our advice, and p.ircliaae yourtlck
t over the old rllullo hni liiipular lllaouri
pai:jc Biiiia' Hiijctj (i pqslf jyely, tlo on,ly
Lino Unit run throe n.-iily fcjiurei Trains from
St. l.ouls to Khiisiis Oily, and the Weatl and i
posltivi-iy. tlie only Line bleli run Pullinan'p
I'Uln-oo HV'fl""! Ullil ll'iv ('iu-lii (ei(lieco)iilly
run m(vin-n'Ciilip. il wltn Miller's Surety Plat
form, nnd the patent Stuuiullriko.froinSt. Louis
lo Kansas City, Koi t Scott, Pnwons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph, Mebruaka,
CI tv Council hluffaand Omnh.1 without ehaacet
For information In regard to time Tallies, ralea
o., to any point in M'Hsourl, Junius, Nebraska,,
uoiornno, lexaaor iMiinernis canon urwmress
li. Thqnnon, Agent, tylsaonl rclc B.B. Ool-
umliiB. Obio; or, Vl. A. or d.lienerai rasseager
Agnet.et. Imis, BiO'' .i,m !" .
no trou Die to answer Qnesuoas i
DR. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
The Tide of Emigration
Turned !
Seekers for now homes are pouring into South-
west Missouri, attracted by thewheap Lands of
the ATLANTIC A PACIFIC ltAlLROADCoM-
PACIJJlC
, t v
offers J,S(
world, at
.rs' time, I
PANy.
Tls Company offers J,SflQ,(Xfi'Acrca of the
ilnestla.H(li)litliowurl(l, atfrQiifii to $1S per
acre, ou seven years' time, and kith freo trans
portation to nu pun-misers,
iiunniisera.
ft-.. : . ii l vwlmi ni -ir i nvn w
SNOW, Is destined to U-conie tl national high
way between, new iotjc ana pan r rancisco;
and to tho Industrious farmers iof older State
we earnestlv recommend this I land of eheao
homes, sure that nowhere can the poor man.
nnd a more gratenu climate, a witter sou, or
greater productiveness,. ' .
For full Infonnatlon, with Jfaps and Pam
phlots, address AMOS (TUCK, Land Cointu.1'
sioner, US South Fourth Street,, S. Louis, ilo.
DR. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
TO CONSUMPTIVES,
The advertiser, having bewi permanently
cured of tliatdl'CTil dlM(.Oonumptlon, by a
simple roinody, la anxious ul make known to
his fellow aufforers the means of cure. To all
who dealre tt, he 111 senda copy of the pre
erlntlon usad. (free of ohaiiml. with the. dlrea.
tlons for pi sparing and us jig the same which
thoy will 0 ad a suite Oub ro Combumptioh
AaTniiA.DROKOUiTtico. lartiea wishing the
win Diease aouMss .
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, 196 Penn St Williamsburgh.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
Drug Store.
Settlement Notice.
ALL those knowing themselves
indebted 16. th flnijj of Richmond
& Huun areVequesto to call immes
diately and sottfo-'aioouiits. , Wa
can not carry "aci'ounB from one
year to another, add pay our own
RICHMOND & HUHN.
October 2. 1872.—tf
LOOK HERE. EVERYBODY!
uooy:
Call at Ounnimo's ruoiStorh, In will's
Building, and see thoM Flrtp Oil Paintings,
Uliromos,Vhotograi)hs, nam ind Colored Llth
ographs, which aro for sale very etioap. They
aresoboautifnll .1
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist,
Ohio.
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est
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. I sin prepared to furnish
COFFINS
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Tli puoUoara Invited to call
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MODERN STILES.
STYJE AND VARIETY,
them with a Hearse. ' . ,
nd examine my Stock.
PARIS HORTOiV.
DENTISTRY.
a.
HAVIKB been engaged In tho study and
practice of Dontlatry for fifteen yerg and
a local practloner In Jackson fornix yean, and
naviog avaueu niyin p( an tue
Modern - Improvements in Dental
would respectfully sar to tho clt liens ot
Ho Arthur and vicinity that I am fully nrcnar-
ed lo mwipulate all the various branches of the
sclsnce. prloes as law s the lowest. Work as
good as the beat, Persona coming from
a distance wWh.ng to remain until their work
la done will be entertained at my private real,
deuoe free. .
ETHER SPRAT and ELECTRICITY
Used In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively palnloas. A female at
tendant always ou hand to wait upon ladles,
Oive me a oal
ii,
S.T. BOQGESS. DcntlA.
Jackson, O.
May 15, 1871-ly
True Time for $1. ' netlo Tlme-Keepivr,
Compass and Indicator. A perfect ti KM for the
pocket of every traveler, trader, 1kv, farmer,
andforEVEItVnODY desiring a reliable time-
Keeper, aim nio a superior compass, usnni
watch slr.n, steel works, glass crystal, nil In a
neat OHOIDE case. WARRANTED to denote
correct lino and to keep In order If fairly used
ror two years. Nothing like ltl Thin perfect
triumph of mechanism will be sent in a neat
case, prepaid to any address, for only 11: 8 for li
Circulars sent free. Try one. Order from the
maiiufB, VERMONT NOVELTY WORKS,
Jlrattleboro, V t. decll-im
Great Offers to 4ffents'
are made by the Saturday Kvknino PoAT and
the Ladv'8Fkiknd. A beautiful Cliromo of tho
' CHILD-PROPHKT SAMDM1L,"
worth $5.00, Is given with the paper (siibserlp
tlon price 8.00,) or with the Magazine (price
l.M).) Donotfnll lo examine Into this offer; it
is A OREAT COMBINATION. . , '
A.lilressforpaHlculars,SHmploa, o. Deacon
A reteraon, 81 Walnut Si, Pa, docU-lm.
Notice.
PROBATB COTJBT, Vinton county, O.-No-tlce
Is hereby given that IIarrihon Wit kin-
don. administrator of the estate of John W ilk
Inaon. deceased, hat filed hla account with said
estate for partial settlement, anil that the hear.
Ing thereof Is set for the 4th dar of January, A.
D. Ha. . ., H.B. MAIO, Probate Judge.
December 4, 1 8U 4 1,
HAMDEN FOUNDRY
o
The Hamden Foundry Company
Ilavinir nurchased this well-known Foundry,
at Humdun, Vintou County, Ohio, and uppllcd
it wiin ail tue
Latest Styles ef Patterns and Ma
chinery, ' . i
At great expense, arcnowmanufaoturingevery
uesorix'tion ui ,
Hollow Ware, Plain, Heavy Castings
. for Furnace, ShaftlaR, Stoves,
Orates, Fronts. Can Mills,
- Wagon Boxes, flows, j
AUD CASTINGS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
Tho attention of tho public Is called to the
great variety oi :, , . 1
COOK & PARLOR STOVES
Which they are enabled to sell choancr than
clsewhore. Tho great advantage of niirchosing
Stoves at this Foundry is. you don't nave to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
you do when yon purchase elsewhere A good
assortment or
Tin Ware, Sheetlroh&Copjer Ware
Kept on hand. This Foundry being a ' .
XXOBotin in-BTZTtTTIOIV,
And tho proprietors practical workmen, who
attend strictly to business, we can t 1
: Maniifacture Our Own Goods, :
And sell them direct to the people at the whole
sale prices at which the same goods are offered
by Vinton County doalora. . If yon want a good
article at a low price, give us a call.
Highest price paid old Brass, Copper, and
Scrap Iron, . .
- I'erKons desiring t astings ior ratent mgnni
Will please send us their orders.
REPAIRING of Ml kinds noatly done.
nAMDKX FOUMUBY COMPANY,
OBeptmberllft.ltrr. . tteed'a Mills P. O..
F.J.Oam. ' J.T.PlgnKB.
CRA WFOIiH HOUSE, ,
;' Corner Sixth and Walnut Streets, .!
CtJSOmWATI, - - OHIO
-. John McIntyrk, '
1 John B. Connelly,)
Clerk.
This Uouso has been entirely
Eeflttod, Eoftirnished, . Eomodoloif
And la In all respects ' ' j
FIRST CLASS HOTEL. -
All. THE LUXURIES OF THE SEASON.
Table anrpassed by none In the West. Ample
and pleasant aocoinmidUitions for travolurs.
OI.. ... . .ll '
. i . i 1 . "6JkKICXX,.rrojrlftri-
)MKST IN THE STATU. -
B. F. BROWN & GO.,
' j liqSmlthtloiasit., rittsburgh.'Pa.
Collect I'eiiHlonn, liotinties, l'riie inonev j r
.(-., Ato. Hiiecinl iiltntioli paid to siiHpendeil
and rider tud clainiH,
A indications by mull at-
teiuled lo as if made iu pursou
novsn-siu
wniainpateofSKVPlAXOS, XClODfOlfS
antlotttiAA o imjirt-Mii marm, includ
ing M'.IW-iT, at very low price for cash or
narteaoh.kiml balaiitt in tmullvnnthlyinslnl-.
mtmtt, 4 w l-totarJlriit-rUiH flAIOli.inod-
rn iinproftfmntt.ortfiTilieailt. Sowrtady
COXCKRTO J'AKIOR OHUiX, the wont
btHutlfnl ttiilit anil ritrfrrt'inn rrrr mmlr, II-
liintriitfit Carnlrmifi wnfttitt Hhtm wnMna
iluia Mtrchiihdi. .
nov-Sin
NEW STOCK. FAIL TEADE.
'': 1872-78
WATCHES, LIAMOUDS, JEWELRY
AND CLOCKS, -.;
EXCLUSIVELY IHOLES ALE.
G. li. Barrett fc Co., ,
novSO-lm i ' Ko. 60 Fifth Ay., Pittsburgh.
IPloircil O-lXl-O
: , . FOH1873. ( .' -i
T11E GUIDE is now published Quarterly. 85
cents pays for tho year, four mnubord, which
is not half the cost.. Those who afterwards
send money to tho amountof One Dollar or more
for seeds, may else order .15 cents worth extra
the price paid lor the Guide. :
The January-dumber Is ,bcautlfnV giving
dans for uinkincr' Kurnl Ifoint, Duoigna for
IT Table Aieeoratlons, iviikiow uar-
dens, Ac, ami containing n mass of informa
tion invaluable to the lover of flowers, Ono
liundied and llfty piiRcn, on lliii tinlcd paper;
some live hundred Engravings, lyul a.superb
Colored Pluto and Chroino Cover. The
Brut, edition of Two Iluudred Thousand just
printed iu English nnd (iernian, and rotwly to
lend out. JAJUUS VICK. KocUoste, ,N. V.
;,, EUTABLISIIKU IS 183S. ' .
. ' . -y : iri
THE LAUGEST ft BEST STOCK OP '
FUENITUEE!
. , WESTOFTI1EMOTJSTAINS, " '
' ' - ' ' ' . t . i ;.. 1
OF OUR OWN TWANUFACTrKTC, will be
found at the MAMMOTH FORMIDHE EBTAB"
LISHMEHIoi ., , ... ... :
0. p. HAMMER & SON,
The newesfrand most approved atyloi of Fine
nd Medium Furniture, jn larger variety than
any other house, at very reason abls.prices.
"ersoiiH furnishing houses would do well to
write fbronr hew elronlar,' or when inl'ittH.
(Jnirghue respectfully .solicit a visit to our
warcrooms. inurt lorgei tneiaco, ,
6j'v48 &' fid i Seventh. Avenue,
Pittsburgh, Pa. -
We Challenaro'tho World In : prices -'for
the sameciuality. of luftterial and -workm an
aliipofourgooi
us.
nov2G-3m
J"1- -'il
Mo Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to direction., and remain long unwell, provided
thir hail, nrft not destroyed bv mineral poison or other
means, and the vital organs wuted beyond th point
of repair. '. '1 ' .
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the C'he.t, Dii
tineu, Sour Eructations of ill. Stomach, Had Taste
in the Moulh,. Bilious Attacks,. Palpitation of the
Hrart. Inflammation of the Limes. Fain in die regions
of the Kidnays, and a hundred oilier painful symptoms,
are the olfsprings ni Uyspepsia. In these complaints
it lias no equal, and one boitla will prove a Letter guar
antee of iti merits than a lengthy advertisement.
. For Female, Compluluy, in young or old,
married or .ingle, nt the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of life, these Tonic Bitten display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible, .ii . i "
For Iuflntiiinntory ami Cliroitio Rhea-
uiMIsih and Gout, . Bilinns, Kemiltnnt and luter.
mltient Fevers, Disease, of the Blond, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, Uiese Diners lisve no equal.. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Uloorl, wlucli is generally
produced by derangement of llic Di(re.uve Organs. .
a iiey lire i. uruii. rurf;iiLii. ma
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of aciing
a. x nowerfut air.ut in rciievins Cnncestion or Intlain-
mationof the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
JJiseaM
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Kiuuro, WoicliM. Spott Piinples, Puitules, Boil., Car
buncle Ring-wornui, Scald-Head, Som Kyc, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurf., Discoloratiounof the Skin, Humors
andDisea.e. of tha Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried nut of tho system in a
short lime by the use of these Bittera
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinegar Hif
tkks the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
i WALKER, I'mp'r. B. II. McOON ALD St CO..
Druggists snd Gen. Agt.., San Francisco, Cal..
. and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., Naw York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
- Ayer's' .
Sarsaparilla
Is widely known
as one of the most
effectual remedies
ever discovered for
cleansine Uie iyi
torn anu purifying
the blood. It has
stood the test of
' years, with a con-
RtAnt.lvmnwinrrrAn.
i T-rTA. . V - "o - - r
- ; i- rw""' ' ; ntation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. ' So mild as te be safe and
beneficial to children, and. yet to searching
as to effectually purge out tho great cor
ruptions of the blood, such ns the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in (he system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear.1 Henco its wonderful
cures, many of which aro publicly known,
ot bcroiuia, and all scrolulous diseases,
Ulcers, Irruptions, and ernptive dis
orders of tho skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Tire, Itose or Uryslpe
his, Tetter, Salt Kheuin. HcuM
lloud, Itluffworm, and internal Ul
cerfttlons of the Uterus, Stomach,
aud Liver. : It also cures other eom-
.plnints, td which it would not seem especi
ally auapicri, sucu as uropsy, Iy.spcp
Bla, Plttj, NouraJiiriu, Heart. IMscose,
LiCncorrha'rt, when tlicy aro manifesta
tions of tho scrofuloui poisons.'
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength ,in tho Sprint. ,15y renewing the
Sppetitu and vigor of tho digestive organs,
it iisaijwW9 (lis deproinlon nnd h'stluM lnu
guorof tho season. , Even where no.disorder
appears, people- feel better, ryid live longer,
for cleansing tlie blood. . The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a now lease of
lifu.'. b - -
'i: ..I .. ( , .
JPSEPAltSV BT .J,
Or- J, p! AYER & C0.,; Lowl, Mass.,
; c 'Pr4ottot an4 Analytical CtvmiUtt.
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