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The Enquirer.
McArthur. Dec. 11. 1872.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
A TERRIFIC TUSSLE.
A Yarn of Steamboat Life—
Reminiscence of Humphrey
DAVIS.
The exploits of the Missis
sippi River gamblers, which is
how a page in our social history,
are ever of interest in these days
of more morality and less daring.
The Missouri Democrat gives
an account of Humphrey Davis,
a whilom king among5 the shar
pers. ' Davis was a .small, dap
per : and rather good looking
man of perhaps 3d years of age,
weighing only 120; or 125 pounds,
but hir-word was never disputed
by his reckless companions, who
knew that he would brook G0
tradiction or interference from
no one, and that his hand readi
ly fell on the hilt of a knife or
the handle of a revolver. Un
like" many of the others, he fre
quently traveled alone, and was
always ready to test his skill in
a game of poker with one or
more strangers, but the profes
sionals who knew him only by
reputation hesitated at trying to
beat him by illegitimate means,
well knowing that, should the
cheat be discovered, it would in
volve the loss of their money, if
not their lives. On one occa
sion, when coming up from New
Orleans, Davis met a party .who
expressed a desire to engage in
a little poker, and, as he mani
fested no reluctance they all ad
journed to the cabin after sup
per, and wheeling out a table,
commenced to play. ... One of the
party was a man standing over
six in his stockings, and a per-
iecx eiauv iu luuauit; aim owcugwi.
He had heard of. . Davis, but
Drobablv underestimated his
shrewdness or courage, and de
termiried to win his money by
raising cold hands from his lap
and playing : them. While he
was reserving material for an
invincible hand, Davis noticed it,
but said nothing, and the game
went on. ; Finally, Davis ' re
ceived :) a more than "ordinary
good hand, and bet fifty dollars
on it. The giant adroitly changed
the hand given him for the re
serve on his knee, and thinking
that the maneuver had not been
observed raised the original bet
one hundred dollars more ; Da
vis saw the one hundred raise,
and in turn raised one hundred
dollars. The other, thinking he
had a sure thing, raised two
hundred dollars more, and so it
went until $G00 or $700 were
up, and Davis called. The giant
threw the stolen hand on the
table, and Davis quietly re
marked, after looking at it,
"That's a good hand." The
otner assented ana reacnea out
to draw the' money in. when
. Davis said, "Don't touch . that
just yet." "Why not?", said
Goliah ; " I have the best hand."
"I say don't touch it," repeated
Davis, whose eyes were begin
ning to gleam, although he was
outwardly calm , and collected.
"Yes. I will touch it," said the
other, in a sneering way, as he
swept the money toward him
with his arras. He had barely
placed his arms on the table
when Davis reached over the
table and caught him by the
hair, while with his right hand
he drew a. revolver and fired
!-l 1.1 ...A U! t. J .. , 14 1 !
puim uiaii& lit ins uouy. audo
shot through the chest the vital
ity of the mau was so remarkable
that the wound appeared to af
fect him but littld, and throwing
his right, arm about,- with the
intention, he afterward said, of
breaking his neck. Davis com
prehending his design in an in
stant, and quick as '. lightning,
fired two shots into the giant's
shoulder, completely crippling
his arm., He then Bent another
ball through his left arm, and as
he fell back into his chair fired
the fifth shot, the bullet dashing
through his antagonist's right
arm near the elbow, severing one
man's friends had in the mean
time crowded: back out of the
way, and Davis swepi his pistol,
which still contained one load,
around the1 table once or twice,
im.i1 v,i.a: :i ' i i a
auu, Dbui uuiuiuk ia uis neat,
j.' 11. .1 -t l i.
uauu, caueu attention to tne
cards which .the ., black leg had
dropped,, and cooly, remarked,
"I told you hot 1 to touch that
money, ' tut ' you n would "do it"
ii i-j . ai i .n
. wj iW JWU ypr gv yiilv
In his left handj and cialllhied
them into his pocket, and) unmo
lestod, retired to his stateroom,
where he reloaded his pistol and
packed his portmanteau. At the
uext landing he left the boat
without interference, and was
quickly lost to sight as he climbed
up the landing and entered the
woods.
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R HSU MA TISM A ND SKVltAlGTA,
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
If those who are now snOerinii 1'u in. no mat
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the pain is present.
ready Relief to the part Tf
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INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION Or TI1K BLADDER,
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CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS
SOKE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION Of THE UEAET.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
. - CATA8.BH, lKrLtJKNZA,
HEADACHE, TOOTIIACIIE,
NKORALGIA, RHEUMATISM.
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the HEADY RELIEF to
the part or parte where the pain or difficulty
exists will afford case and comfort. 20 drops
In a half tumbler of water will, in a few mo
ments, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburp, Slclc Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Oolle, Wind In tho Bowels, and all inter
nal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle ol
RADWAY'S RELIEF with tlicm. . A fewdrops
in water will prevent sickness or pains rrom
change of water. It Is better than French
Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE SOURED.
FEVER AND AGUE CUBED
. FOR FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure FEVER ANDAGUt.
and all other Malarious, Bilious, Bcarb t, Ty
phoid, Yellow and otner Fevers (aided by
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Relief.
TTD DT3"P!
Person need suffer, be they ever so much ez-
D
losoii to revor anu ague, u tney win oniy taur
Radway'8 Re apv Rklikp. and keen their boi
AY B KIADY KKMEK
ill 0SM vrlt Kaduxiy'i Pill. Huuurerls In the
west, who have hitherto been doctoring at the
rata of one and two hundred dollars for a
lew
months' treatment are keeping themnelves and
famlllc free from FSVKR and AOUJC, CttlLLb
and Ft Frit, HHKVMAT1SM, Ac, for one or
twodollars a year, pent for Radway's Koady
Keneiann itaaway ruis icoateai.
The BEADY RKLIEF will afford Intiant mm
to alt.' Price only 60 cents per bottle.
N. B. Hoe that every bottle, has au India
Rubber Stopper. Bold at all Druggists, and at
Dr. Radway's office, No. 32 Warren, cor. Church
Street, New York.
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CUBA-
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' PtRrSOTlt TASTKLKSS, i 1
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PURUS, REGULATE, PURIFY. CLKANSX AND
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' XUdwfty'a Pllla, '
' ' FOB THE CTTRE 0 - '
All DISORDERS OF TUB BTOMACiT, UVJCK,
BOWELS, JCWNSY3. BLADDER, NERVOVk
lSKAHin, ' HE A DA rag, COHSM'A TJON
OODriVE.Vg.1S. INDIGESTION. DVHPKPSIA
siirouaifgss. biijous rgrsa, inlav-
MATION or TtlH BOWELS, rtlEU, and all de
rangements of the Internal Viscera.
warranina to cuttcc a rotutire cure.
PURELY VBOKTAJtLK.
CONTAININO NO MEBOUBY, MINERALS OB
I)KLUTK10UB DRUGS. '
nrobuir the following symptoms result-
Nausea, H'he Hend, Acidity of the Htomor.h,
or Welghtoartburn. Dlsgnst of Food, Fullness
Sinking or in the Stomach, Hour Krnctatlons,
FlutterlngattheI'ltoftlie8lmaoh,
Swimming of the Uoad, Hurried and blffloult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choklnror
Suffocating Sensatloua when in a Lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision. DoU orWobs Wore
the Bight, Fever and Dull Pnln in Ihe Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of Ihe
Skin and Eyes, Pain iu the Side. Chest, Limb
and tluddeo flushes ef Heat, Buralnc in the
Flesh.
A few doses of RaDway'i PiM.g will frea the
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.crease of Fleah find. "Weight
Clear Skin and Beautiful
Complexion,
SIX (TRET) TO ALL
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HAS MADE THR MOST ASTON1SII1N
CURES. HO QUICK, SO RAPID A HE
THKOn ANCiKSTHR BODY UNDEB
. . 0OK8 UNDER THR INFLUENCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDER
. FUL MEDICINE. THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
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Scrofula, Consumption, Pvnhllis in its
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muuuo, uuu umor imria oi uu system Bore
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Emotive Diseases of tho Kvos. Nns Mnnil,
ind ihe forms of Skin Diseases; Eruptions, Fe
ver Sores, Soald Head, Ring-worm. Bait Rheum
Erysipelas, Ague, Block Spots, Worms iu the
r ieii, rumors, lancers in tne womb, and all
Weakening and 1'alnful Discharges: Nlarht
Sweats and all Wastes of the Life Principle,
are within tho Curative Rause at RiiIwm'i
Samtparilllan Resolvent, and a few days' use
will prove to any person using it for either of
tneie lorms or disease m potent power to cure
them. . , f,
Nnt. nnlvrinna Ilia Q A Ptt 1 1 1 IrY TT1 V nip
SOLVENT exoel all known remedial a (ten t a In
the Cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitution,
Skin and Syphiloid dUoaaes, but It isthoonlv
positive remedy for
f KIDNEY,. BIADDEB,
Urinary and Womb Diseases. Gravel, Diabetes,
uropsy, incontinence oi urine, isrignrs 1'is
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wis WAm ts w 4 jits tsujjy
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all suffering front Weakening Discharges,
either Male or Female, or from Ulcers or Sores,
through the reparative process of RADWAY'S
SARSAPAR1LIAN, are arrested, and the rup
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OVARIAN TUMOR CURED TUMOR OF
TWBLVK YKAH8 OKO WTU (JUKttU BX HAD-
WAY'S RESOLVENT; .
IlKVEHLV, MABi., Jnly 18, 1869.
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ts voufot the beuefltof others. You can pub
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posed mill brought to justice. Price, $2.15.'
Send fortircularsuml terms to agents. . , ...
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In the English Language,
liy jlVM. SMITH, LL. D.
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divines in Eurdpe and America, aud is the
only edition pililished lu this country con
densed bv Ilr, Sliilth's owu hand. It is Illus
trated W'tbovsV lasted and wood engrav
ings. Itrontalis every name In tho Bible of
importance, anil is a book needed by every
Christian lam Hi. it Is printed in double col
umn, in onolarie octavo volume. Price 13.60.
We want agents lor those works In all cities
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commissions anil give exclusive territory.
For circulars anil terms, address the publish
ers. (Sample eosiesof any of our books sent
to any address on receipt of price.
J. B. BUHRAHYI, Publishers,
Hartford, Con a, Chicago, 111., Cincinnati, O.
Nov. 13, 187-ljir
THE fiEWfllSCOVEliY
In Cbs Aical and Helical Soienes.
wrz aiu sj!&f
Wasasi
St Mao, mi- jr.
Jr.El F, GAItVIJf'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIIIR
r ; !,;
niWT AKU ONI" r M.-TK1V err mads
inons lilxMiis n hi.r. 'I'lIK TWELVE
valaabliirrlM l"'' ' ihrwall known
euraiivusi-ti , 1 1
nr.',
TJKRQl'Ala.u' ( i-.C. .u.j
TJMt,
OVIs, Cafsrrb,
Aslhiui.ibMii j ua I co.i"iuiptioa.
CUItEd jlVlTIIOUT FAIL
A VMent mH Hires to lt Iwmi and sto,
lr I" VfiAUMMi. PyWFyiNtt andHTI
MUI.ATil.'ti riraoU npos tlm gcuurml system,
Is remnrbatir elilnietnus insll
UlNEAItM OF THK nLOOD. '
tnoludtnir bensula and tmpiiotis ut the skin,
llyspeml, Uk'Uvs of Uio Liver and Kidneys,
Heart l)itea and Oemral Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES !
, J i ALSO, A . ,. ,
Volatib Solution of Tar
For INIUtVrTOjr; wltlinut sppllestion ef
HEAT. A nirkl ly VALUABLK disrorery,
as tbawbolsMipirsiHca bsntrried inihs vest
poclwt, hwltntsuy time for tin nivststfintual
andslUvrmnivaiiaain - '
All Ulsenaes ( the .F, THROAT
j j sad I.UIMU!. .
I . IT1IK C0UP0TOO ,
Tar and-ftlandrako Pill.
for! use In esnmrtlon with the KLIXIR TAB,
is W emntiimitSm i.f th TM O lul vmIuaUs
AU'KIU'UVK kieiliotnm kwrnn iu tha I'm
, feia mid itieleis this l'dl without sxuspUta
the vrr Unrft.ir uKrrrl.
ThteObD't II-.M B'l COMTOUHD EUXIJlof
is wiiimkI I... ni
slut licst rsmedy known la
. sasus o j
CHOLERA Afiff YELLOW FEVER.
ItlsaHfwelflirnriiichdiMMwa, and should ba
"I'Mn in,. hi,n-ti 4lit i4 avory family, psoiUy
L- Jk ' .
--4 .
umiimik no i imuishs iu w aita
ZWdlZM m YELLOW FEVER
smllnVs to tev.tl.' A msU qimntlly Ukro
dollv will iuyj stsiirsKliiig Ihmw tcrrlbl
,, a.i.vt. , I
, . Bohfci iuX Cod' '.-.in.t CTnir.tl.OO pr Bottle
Volatile fnlqi ,oi for Inlaliition. $ft.00pr Box
Tji ur.l ): i, -:-.',o M li JOotsfsr boa.
' 8ndfi.. fv,e.i1,ir(f I'O'.ITIVB CrHEH
teiirP,n(i!s',ortu 1
I bi'lw pnorniKTona,
UO E. Wl tit.; Xv l'ut..
Ml- i ''Hi U- J.'I"I:V'-:) I....
fflAESDDW
-t!''!i; .;l'-!,ii')V':i
Wi. invite attention - ,to.
-I- vj-venerai.- tiaraware, wtoicn Yrd aregoingto sell ."; ;
VVe are greatly exposed to the ravages of fire, an as our stock
-'.: ;! n is very large we ore bound; to reduce.it ,
-:.', r-v..i . i .;' ii . i. at reducfd. prices., t' V;4 ..' ' '.'
, : Quick Sales and Small Profits for Heady Pay !
.;!';: Don't,
x. a;; o.
''HI
v"" We hYe
Biieii'" Mir g
ETouieso
(fi)
iCi.::
'Wf 8CELtAEOlI8';;iIAUDWAh
BACKSMITH3' G0oJ)3 a'SD FAaUJINQ HJWltaESW!
Such ai'Gratn nrHdlcBvScythes.'ForkHrilukcs 'and Sfckela;' ' W ire
itosing out onr Block of Shovel ; Ployfa' about at COST, v In , iriort,: '. ire
uuiyuB tu ui c-nie nnq w ian wo are MCtuaijyHollingfcrood iQIF
Eli than any other Finn. We are also Agents for tho' .
C H AMP I O N M O W I M A o h r N ki '
' ' 'V '- '- and for -Uisr.--"J- r v . . r
; ; ;; CHAMPION and BUCKEYE
" -.' .' . . . i
'. '.. ' we mait0 tlio best of
11 jN -WARE ! X . 1
Which we are soillno-"vnrv'. low ' ; 'ill
n - J i"V" m
. pairing done with neatnes and dispatch. .7 : ' k
spoutmg MDrwmmQjw
jfoKrn siDKtA.iiir
, - I V
V I ...
: ; SIMMONS &, CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S V,
.... - AND
I I J
z r
wmfflmm
' S.assitlk.!5R-H-::-n (wui
" 3 ' ' .. f . ..rJrC3Laa.Jll
1. s
-n i
Ss l i
, 13. "fVW'tJ'
CD i , ,
"rn:
S3mr
GRANP COMBINATION ORGANS,
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
k n lnvnf inn hawlnav ft niAat ImnaHant Rnarfn
by the use of which the quantity or Volume ol
the tone rendered ....,
rauai to mat oi tne JBesti'ipe
OureeleUrateU"VoxOolost, "IoulsPatant,"'VoIHllmana; 'Wlloox Ptsnt"OctavsOoaa.
lor, TlchannlafCelle" or "tlarlnet" Stops, nd F
Amh ItlJS JLATls IMPROVEMENTS
' ' . llM hit AhtaUAH AMI. I tk.(U..
ThlHy-flvedifferentBtylsaforUiefarlorandCbiireh. '' ' ; . ' -
' xn oast snaiensi ana workmanship.
, ,.. ..-,;,, ; Qnslltysnd Volume of Tone UunafjiiallasJ
riOIOKT 1KD WAREfiOOW.ICOElEIlltrraUn)
Address SIMMO Jg ft.CtOTIGH
WJJHJlJdl liJliliHUEUJ
AJuZa TRADE. 1872.
OEOOLilljIOOTixin. o.
STAPLE& FANCY NOTO
HOSIERY AND BUCK GOODS, I
OFFERED TO THE TRADE AT LOW RATES
AND
.iv f -a- !" (
liBB'BAL
JPtxVL ctxia
j I I !M
2300TN, !C3IIOES,';' 'WAITERS. AND, 'cirVHi.
' i J'.' EC. BORLAFI); i'
' ;; ' -' 53 and R5 Wood Street, '- Z -i "''
Has I it rerelved one oC the tarpest, Best 8elott4
to the eltv. rnn Olrsct fmm ilia Msniifuinrv r.r
Shoes, and will be sold st tho very IJW KH'f N
v. ju.uo uuvu. u isqiory prices,
Biwelal lndnnemoht olfeiwd to C'ash or Short
ders from Country Ilarr.hsiiU Ailed promptly,
,tt. .Jj.it :.' . ..i'., .
.our'-larRtUnd vel'l -.elected stock oi?
ask for
i a? s i
op(J stock of :, :
: i
HarSware.
iitxraalolaJLiicj
A.HTT)
TOE OIMni,
I ' -J '"i '.:bl:iX''
:- 1 ' ; i-
9
'h'lL.i. ' ; ! ' lr
CUMOND & HVUN. i
- r . ; .....
o
I-
o
0
c
6
L
I
s
t
- r'ri:y
QUALIFYING TUBES.
an rhAaiHi a...s.n
tone Is tary largely increased, and the'ousITiVof
. . . ', " . h"
urgans of the Same Capaoitj,
C0S0KEG9 BTEHifS, DETHOIT, HIOHiaAI
OEGAH CO., Detroit, Hica.ari. !
LJ !.. J . I u i I si iu n
OK
TERMS.
. w
1): . A
? 1 )
aa- ' . -r"
tf. C. SWIFT. CI1ILLICOTJ115, OHIO.
WlTLtor! XOTO
and Chespert BUxiis of Goolls aar bronjrht
i, i., ti. H,nn i iim.vt Hull .ml
KW tOBlt and KOHTON FHH KS. i'hlladelpaia
wins savinf rroijm eeiiio. i
time Ituvert. ' Kastara Bills Dnplloatad. !aU Or.
and sstUfMctloBfuarauteed. Call sad easinisf my
'yi'j. ''noRiAWb. .!'
1 '""yn m rrooo nzzsi, tmvsvwi f&
'""r"'--1 L-fni.
Patentee sod Muuufactureiof
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
-:- r ..-:vj f . .Imprurod .1 omjh.ii'.ii
tead Llocb, Jest-Hole Borers, Ac.
. Clarkibiirgr. W.'Va.
'-.....Wsw..af.a
rpH Grist Mills, being portable, are onron
Strong, Durable, Efficient,
. tr imj jur nil ailKISOI
IrlndloaT can be easily attached to 6a w 11 ilia
or any olIiBr povor, sud warranted to grind
Flour and Meal of a snperlor qiinlitv Hi arent
er rate of speed Minn ny other Jlifl, wflhont
heating or other slflloully-tlie weight holnsj
..w uuuun ui-utipyiiiir "iy H-et square en
.V f.??r,.K7 !" .r'nd w, nHlel pa fconr.
If within thirty days, the 11111 does iioturovs
satisfactory, it may be returned and moner
ana ait enargesj-erunded,
UarV Post-Hole Borer,
''. A9. 11 a'raDteed to make two bole
1 ft.on" ny other; does its work rap-
7: Wly nd perfectly, , . ; (
;.';iA'yESiIT8 COST
i
Hofultni, h. r...i .1.1.
V trial, sent to anv ona an tri.i .h.
I I the endorsement of lhe
. H.v.. nKcini wnniea,
. ' , , . . 1KA HAHT.
I. , , . . "-ai " 7,
.Tumm-ariii others can see'ib
Post-HolcBoror at the Xntviror OfJlce.
T) ATEOITIZE HOME IHDUSTBY .
a.
MoAETHUR UBSEBIEl?.
J-.fic "W. GrOliS. Proprlefra.
,fi; KoARTHUR, OHIO.; ,
No(ferlngort)ck to the Trade, we tender
v.- ..t e. . .1 iu, mo 1 1 1, urn 1 pui.
ronago vre have heretofore received, aud hvvm
by proiixutSKMaaad strict Integrity In Imslnes
tpmerU lee so sport and eonfldenceojtke putt
llo., Our stock of
Apple Trees
IUres,i.dftne-new vsriotte, Onr
I'each, Cherry, Plain,
. r i-vergrcen Tree,
Raspberries, Small Fruits, o.f fte..
Will surpHss ny we hsre ever before offered1.
ar-Ordere solicited and promptly filled,
asavl'lesso send for a C'utulosuo.
gHEBIFFS 8 ALE. . ..
Stat of Ohio, Vinton. County.
1 Warren C. Foster, Plaintiff,
' . Agiiinst-
Jnine's Mallard, Defendant,
In V In ton County Court of Common ttettn tr
durof.s.Uo In Partition.
IJUR9ITAXT to tho command ofM order of
salo in partition issued from the Court of
Common Picas of Vinton Countv, and to me di
rected as Sheriff of said County, I will oiler for
sale at the door of tlfe Court House, iu the Town
of MoArthur, Vlnjon County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 28th Say of December,
i - A.D. 1872,
At the hour of 1 o'clock T. M. of snld day, tha
following described lsndt and tenements, sit
uate In the county of Vintou, and State of Ohio,
to-wit:
Tho north-cast quarter of Section Number
Twelve, (IS,) Township Number Ton, (10,) of
Range Number Sixteen. (16,) in the Ohio Com
pany's Purchase, containing One Hundred ami
Sixty acres, more or less.
Appraised at eighteen hundred dollars ($1800,1
and must bring two-thirds of that sum.
"i ivi w u wiii iu utiruiiu parynun pro
ceedings lately pendiug in the Court of Common
Pleasofsaid county, wherein Warren C Fos
ter was petitioner, and James Billiard Was de
fendnnb TKUM8 OF 8ALK:-One-thlrd rash in band;
ono-thlrd in oue year, and one-third In two
years from day of tale deferred payments to
bear interest and to be secured by mortgage on
the premises sold.
DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vluton Co.
GlosviNOR t Dana, Att'ys for Plaintiff.
November 7, 18W. 5w ,
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
Far all Oanaral Diseases of Btoak anil
. ' ' ; Poultry. .
' " REFERENCES: ' "" 1
HORSES CURED OF GLANDRKa Aims
Inyder's, V. S. Assistant Assessor, ftlaunt
jfKtna, Pa., C. Bscon's, Livery and Exchange
Stable, Saulmrv, Pa.
HOU8KS OUHED OF FOUNDER Wolfe A
Wllholnrs Danville Pa., A. Kllis's; Msrclisnt,
WashlnKtouvillo. Pa - J. Nice Slonakar'a.
Jersy Hhora. P.
1IORSKS OUHED OF LUNQ FEVER Hess
A Urn's, Iwlshurg, Ps.
ituor.B uuniiuur col.iu. i noruss cling
an's. Union eniitity, Pa.,
iiuuo uukiiu ur unutjr.ita. n, nsrr'S,
II. A A. CadWHller's, Milton, Pa. -COWS
CUKKD.-Dr. MeCleorv's. J. H. llo
Cormlck's, Milton. Ps
CHICKENS CURED OF CUOLERA AND
GAPKH.-Dr I. T. Krebs's, Watsontowu.
Pa, Dr. U. Q. Davis1, 0. W.B ticker's, John and
James Flnnev's. Milton, Pa. Hundreds mora
could be cited whose stock was saved by using
ma nag norse i-owaer.
PKBFABKD ST
OYIUTS BROWN.
1 , Druggist, Chemist, Horaeman,
At his whosala and retail drur and chemlosl
empnrlnm. No M Hroad-rav. Milton, Penn.
TIUJBLOODPITIIB
And the health of tho system.
WlllfoilTW. Thore is prepara
tion of I rata ,a4 Psks Km
snore effectual tliaa svll otiiera,
Whloh will remove from your
yatam the Impure and vitiated,
blood which eauaea disease, aud
attheaametirao balkl up your
lifalia sad streugUi It sv
gal la t (inn. If yon have
:i BiMifol,a'ra3lona lHaotsa.
. em ar sua acyra or autrt
sjMarof nla i suay foi-ne,
Kir. VbSta Swelllssar.
ar. Ulesttra, r etrofalana
lu0Mnssuatlaaia,yoa can rely
on can r
this airei
ui onrad with this airona
known aa Irr, Croofc'aj
s lals
i, aalaia'
'SlitDV
y Merou-
)
or other ttolsona. a.ra sill
cured by lb For Kypiillla, ar
of aonal to IU Ja. trial wUl
HrVTala. r
B3antlfy your Complexion.
Bo not vm4 paint or powder, but get ihora
Vernaaaent, twnuty by purlfyin j your blood.
Thla praparaUon of Iroai siaial rh Ksst
miknis ntmrti and scaly skin aoft and amoutu:
bangs that eallow ooinplaxlon to one of
yimslirioas and liealth, and remove any Erain.
ti va al-ieaaaa ar & stula, laal, Pas.
lnlM.l.ilBMKriBtlns. Ifrouwlnh
sy ehankaana alienlthy coinpiexlon, use Dr.
tsvok's Coiuipound tlyrup of Poke lUxl, . '
Ar.EFilOAH SUQfiERGED PUMP.
lie Best rump in the World-'
0 Cft Agents report over IWO.OOO worth of
propertysved from Fire Mil ; ear by these
pumps, being the moss powerful force-pumps
In Ike world, ss well ss N oa-fraeslna.
See October number, page SS6, also the Pree
mlum List, page 8of the Am. Agriculturist.
This paper never deceives tha farmers. Be
notice In February number, pageso, Try one.
If it don't do tha werk claimed, send It back and
gaiy armonsy,as ar warrtour pumps to
no eiiwaeiaini loruum on our circulars.
Mond foroirroisraor orders lothartrldranart
M'fs; Cm., Ma 6 Chambara St., New York.
Aa order fornin No, I Pumps aeenras aa ax.
"i n'wf' aiojl-si.
5
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lit :
of?
t w
t'..' ' V t onbel
1L ration
, . limnaauani
: V iJ .la Lisnaarliaia.:
aa brakasidewai 1

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