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PERIODICALS.
pHE LADY'S FBIEND .
BEAUTUFUL NEW PREMIUM
CHROMO!
All know what tlili) Magazine is and that
it contains the moht admirable Sturiou, En
graving, Musio, Fnshlou Articles, Patterns,
Receipts, otc. Jiut all do not know Hint iu
publishers arc offering with it,
"LITTLE SAMUEL"
a beautiful Chromo of the Child-l'ronhct,
matting from hi sleep at tho rail of th
Lord, und which lias the rich an. I glowing
colors of a lino oil palming, nud a spiritual
beauty all In own.
This Chromo will he sent to every sub
scriber, auU to every person sending a club,
and (at special rales) to evorv member of a
club,
SPLENDID PREMIUMS!
Btwtog Haohltisi, Plated Ware, Gold Cbalni and
Watohti, eto,
will be eut to those who got tin lists nt the
W.50 rate.
Send for List unci term of premiums. A
great offer I
Five serial are announced for next year
nunounceu ior next year
Srey lands," by Mrs. Wood,
f.ynuo; and also serials by
ulHy Ventnor Amanda M.
- i ne waster 01 ureyianatv
, autnor oi nasi l.
Mis Muzzev. Da
Douglas, and Fannie Hodgson.
TERMS Always In Advance. One copy
(with Chromo) i.50. Four copies, with four
thromoi (and one gratis) $8.00. Eight copies
and eight Chromes (with a paper and Chromo
gratis, 10.00.
The above clubs can be made up conjointly
of the Saturday Evening Post and the Lady's
Friend, If fifty cents is added for each copy of
the Post (with Chromo) taken. If the Chromo
is no wianeu, nity cents may ue deducted rrora
ach Lady's Friend subscriber. One conv
each of the Lady's Friend, Saturday Evening
l'oit, and tho Chromo will be sent for $5. (Ten
cents extra must always be sent for runiling
BAliuiiqw vi vm-ii iiiroiuo;. Allures
DEACON & PETERSON,
319 Walnut St.. Philadelphia.
'-pHE
SATURDAY EVENING POST.
BEAUTIFUL NEW
PRE1III TI CHROMO !
The Post is now the largest and cheancst ol
the Literary Weeklies. It usually contains
three or four serials, with numerous short
stories and sketches, including letters from
"Zig," and letters from Olive King on the
New York Fashions, etc. It is, in short, full
oi tne most interesting matter ot all kinds.
It gives to every 5 subscriber and to every
person sending a Club, the beautiful Chromo
ui
THE CHILD - PROPHET,
"Little Samuel." startlnar ui) from his sleep at
the call of tho Lord. The rich and glowing
colors, ana tne spiritual beauty or tnis t iiromo
mace ica universal iavorite. it nasouiy to oe
seen to be admired yes, loved. Every mother
will long to bang it where her own children
can see it constantly.
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and Watohen ate,
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rate. (Send for list and terms of premiums.
Xhis Is a great offer)
Kimuber! The priceof the Post is the
lauieasother first-class Weeklies, whilo it is
. not only a labor paper, but gives a beautiful
Chromo In addition.
TBM8 Always In Advance. One copy
(with the Chromo) 3. Four copies (and one
Chromo to sender of Club) $8. Eight copies
(and a copy and a Chromo gratis) 116. Such of
the Club subscribers as wish the Chromo must
remit $1 in addition. One copy of the Post,
one of the Lady's Friend, and one Chromo, $5.
(Ten cents must always be sent for mailing
expenses of each Chromo.) Address
H. PETERSON & CO.,
319 Walnut St Philadelphia.
1346 Twentj-EigMh Year. 1873
rpHE
HOME JOURNAL,
Enlarged ana Improved.
"The Best Literary and Society
Paper in America,''
Its leading departments comprise Editorials
on topics of fresh interest; Brilliant Romances
and Portraitures of American Life; Fditorial
Reviews of new events In the world of Belles
Lettres, Painting, Sculpture, Science, Music,
and the Drama; Original Essays; Ample Ex
cerpt from the best European writers; Spicy
Liciwrv i rum correspontiems in an tno great
Capitals of the World; Copious Extracts from
new cooks; ana racy accounts oi savings,
happenings, and doings in the Bean Monde;
embracing the very freshest matters of inter
est in this country and in Europe the whole
completely mirroring the wit and wisdom, the
humor and pathos, the news and sparkling
gossip 01 wie times.
TERMS FOR CLUBS:
For the convenience of persons making up
their list of papers and magazines for the
coming year, the publishers of The Horn
Journal have clubbed with some of the best
periodicals and offer them to subscribers (both
new and old) with the benefit of a largo dis
count id pricos.
The Horn Journal and any ft periodical
(either Harper's Bn.ar, Atlantic Monthly,
Bcribncr' Monthly, Tho Galaxy, Llppencott's
Magazine, Appleton's Journal, Frauk Leslie,
Ladies' Journal, Frank Leslie's Illustrated
UantMni til rlr armul U.M.Ina
minster Review, or any of the English Quar
terlies republished nere) will be sent lor so,
the full price being IT.
Tbi Hons Journal and Our Young Folks
for I960: full rates 10. IIomk Journal and
Llttell's Living Age for I860; full price, 111.
Subscribers (both new and old) forming
clnbsforTBK Hons Loiknai. alone, will re
ceive it at the rate of three copies, one year, or
one copy three years, for 16, six copies one
year, $10. Single sunscriptions 3 a year.
Subscriptions will take dale immediately, or
at atny time the subscribers prefer. Address
the proprietors,
MORRIS PHILIPS A CO.,
No. 8 Park Place, Nkw York.
T'HI ILLUSTBATID
PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL,
VOLUME FIFTY-SIX, 1873.
TBI SctiNcc or Mind Is tho central point
around which revolve the whole circle of
science. It Is the key to universal knowl
edge, and Self-Knowlkdob is the key to the
Science of Mind.
Pbrinoloot is the demonstrable hauls of
Mental Philosophy. It shows how the diver
titles of human character and capacity nre
related to the laws of the Universe; harmon
ise the human being with the Divine, "and
Justine the way of God to man."
"Know THTgKLr." Since the Grecian sage
Inscribed the immortal wofds on the Tern plo
ii..hi th world has struirif loil as ever
before towards a solution of tho problems of
human existence.
rr rn.ort itionr or Force, now an e
tabllshed fuel, has furnished an enduring ba-
(! for all the mnieriiu cieuc, u
ach of the tremendous powers of nature
Jsat, tight, Electricity, ilayniism, and At
traction, witnin we uuiumu w
TBI ORioiM or BA0IB, still earnestly dis
cussed by Ethnologists, Is bringing light out
ut of the shadows of the past, and cannot
fail to interest the truth-seeker,
t n. n.tniw nrT.irt. a still more intricate
iimblam. I actively engaging the minds of
r,..r leadinr Physiologists. The result will
b arlven in this JOURNAL.
Pbtsiolooy and Fsychotooy will be
prominent features: embraoing the subjects
of (tout, Mind, Bodily Structure and func
tions, Social Keiations, cuticauuu.
Creeds,! Marriage, Training -of Child,
Criminal J urisprueduce, eto.
lout
ren.
Pathoomoby and Trmfiramknts, Signs
of Character, Peculiarities of Organization
Transmissions and Bodily Qualities, etc.,
Ivan.
BEtr-mrBoviMENT. Vain are all the
teachings of Science and the marvels of art.
ourselves i and
antes Spnllod to perfecting-
ImDrovlng the race. It is lor this we "live,
mov?nlhve our being," and to this result
th panoloiol idurnal wiuiena.
Hattx Homes re the result of normal
education and development, and a life ao
cording toth laws of Ilfo. Thel aresymlwls
of all that I good in "life to come," and the
real Ueaveu.:rth. . .... . '.
Thi PnRiNoi.noimA' joiimxai. o 1878
ill keep pace wit" me rnarcnoi nw ,,
hlle" holding fast to the gwd," will n-
dearor to lead the public mludlu many things
i.ii.. u k..l.i mi. fuufc tii.thft iroo
tw and true.
Turns r-Monlhlv, at W a year. In advance.
Mingle numbers, 60 cents. Clubs of ten or
ro-ueiaeaoh. AddressS.B. Wn,PnliUluW
ixoiijvYoifl.
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THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS!
In resuming: the imbrication of
The Christian Witness on a pernm
nent basis, we tivke pleasure in as
euring the readers thereof, and the
Christian Union Churches in par
ticular, and the public in general
that no more suspensions arc to
take place.
J. V. Uowen, of McArUiur, Vhi
ton county, Ohio, has become the
Publisher for tho Christian Union
General Council of the United
States of America, of The Christian
Witness and its other literature, by
an arrangement with him, well sc
cured, by the Committees of the said
General Council and Ohio State
Council. The Christian Witness
is the Organ of the said Christian
Union General Council. The Ed
itor of the General Union contin
ued by the authority of the Count i
in Salem, Illinois, in May, 1872,
will have tho sole control of the
Literary department of the paper,
and from his attentive labors of
of the past, we feel certain that his
efforts and zeal will not lessen in
the future. The mechanical work
of the paper will be executed in
harmony with practical ability.
The Christian Witness enters
upon a new and more secure louii
elation than ever belore, and we
feel free to say to our people : You
need have nocan ojfuilvre nnilet
the present management.
The condition of affairs are in
complete unison with the General
Union and all alike have equal in
terest. The paper belongs to, and
is, the property of the " Christian
Union General Council of the
United States of America," and its
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and a very important aid in the
success of our cause. Every Min
ister and member of the Churches
of this Union should work ear
nestly, early and lute for increased
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of The Christian Witness, both in
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columns sending all subscrip
tions to the publisher, J. W. Bowen,
and all matter intended for its col
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Letters.
The Christian Witness is a folio
sheet, enlarged from a former size
to thirty-two columns, and contains
the official matter of the Christian
Union throughout the United States
as well as the most useful and en
tertaining reading, the market re
ports, etc., etc.
All printing
required by the
Christian Union
brethren, or the
Councils, or Charge Councils, will
be faithfully executed in the best
style at the lowest rates.
Let an immediate and general
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States in behalf of TnE Ciikihtian
Witness, and let us have a general
circulation. It is the purpose of
those havinir the control of the
publishing interest of The Ciibis
tian Witness, to have the ciicula
tion extend to every Union family,
and to "regions beyond."
We pray God to bless this duel
ded movement to the honor of His
name and the good of the cause of
Christian Union.
That all our readers may know
who are the persons having control
of the Publishing Interests of the
Christian Union -The Christian
Witness, dec. their names nre
hereto annexed:
ELD, J. V. B. FLACK, Editor,
Hainesville, Clinton Co., Mo.
J. W. BOWEN, Publisher,
McArthur, Vinton Co., Ohio.
KM. O. II. P. A BUTT, of Indiana,
Kld.C. J.JoMH.of Iowa.
Kid. J. V. B. FLACI, of Missouri,
Kid. 8. II. Brown, of Illinois,
Judge V. E. SHAW.of Ohio.
Com't'f
of
OtntniX
Council,
Judge V.K.8HAW,) Commlttutf
Kid. P. P. Wolf, Ohio
Kid. J. h. ClOVKH,) State Council.
A
ina
r
a
LEGAL.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Solomon Shipley. Plnlntm,
against
John O'Couuer, TJefondanb
Before John T. Black, J. P.of Madison town-
ship, vinvouoouniy, vmu.
h IQlh fimw nt .InnllHrV. A. D. 1ST). Sld
Justice Issued an order of atueliinont In the
alioye action, for the sum ot seven dollars and
flldaCcet"m will be for hearing on THUKS.
DAY.theMh day of .
Ac.,
and
IBL-A-ISriK:
BLOTTERS, DAY. CASH,
TIME, BANK,
BLANK NOTES,
PAPER &c B1TYBLOPES !
STANDARD INKS AND STATIONERY I
JS. O. SWIFT,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Hnve purchased O.T. GUNNING'S Drug
IN WILL'S NEW BUHaDINC, MAIN STREET,
And can supply
Choicest Drois, leiis, CMcals, Paints, OAs, an! Dye Stnffs
Varnishes, Turpentine, Glass, Lamps",
MlirM'UBAru) ami CIUAKS, BOOKS,
k j niuiAt a ami
Wines and Liquorg, for
Ami will constantly keen on linml a WFT T.
io uoiimiY in iirBi-emss urug stores, wnicn
, . i t-Z i . .
Lowest Cash Prices I
Pttrticulnr Attention will htt niH tn flliu
tions, amilv Compounds, and preparations of
ue pure ana genuine. e invite those wishing
U'A till nil (fii'A ID tlcfaill A,
BOOKS,
JOURNAL, LEDGERS. &0.
INVOICE LETTER.
DRAFTS & RECEIPTS,
New Firm
and Choicest Drugs
Ktbllslmient,
the people with the
STATIONERY. FANCY ARTICLES. PER
a ciiuiuv 101 ui
Medicinal Purposes Only
rft Trrrrn AficnpTurvTACMni. .tun. ..
will be sold at the
V.J VSAS A A V UVII I h I V I.
TMi-iM.,-t nA. .. t..j-
all kinds. We warranteery article we sell to
articles In onr line to call, as we are conudent
Miscellaneous,
10,000 HOW TO OBTAIN IT
AUEXTS WANTED. Particulars and sam
pies sent on receipt of stamp. MO CAPITAL
MS(.esAi(i. Auuress
31. Dl TTON & CO., W Broadway, N. Y,
Catarrh, Consumption and Rheumatism
Immediate relief nud a permanent cure
guaranteed in every ease. Particulars sent
free. Address CLINTON MEDICAL INSTI
TUTE, 1 East 15th St., N. Y.
riUKOKS OP YOCTH.-Rtilcs and Pre
Ei scriiitions that will cure any case of Sem
inal Weakness, Emissions, Ac., and restore
lost manhood to perfect health. Sent Fuse
to All, by ono who lias suffered and Is now
cured. Address, with stamp, i.DOiR tkb
Maine, Station !., New York.
OVE AND MATRIMONY. The affection
Ijnmybe gained by following simple rules,
and all may marry happily without regard to
weaitn ago or beauty. Auuress. witn stamp.
MAUiM LUCILLE UKMAKBM, lllllle House Hta
lion, N. Y. Doo.4-ly
FURNITURE.
JpURNITUEE. '
LEMON&JVVEISE,
The old und well known Arm of Lemon A
Weise, of PITTSBLlKill.PA., Manufacturers
Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
HAVE REMOVED TO
NO. Ill FOURTH AVENUE,
Omiosito their Old Stand.
Wheru they continue the busincus in all Its
urancuc. novxi-ntn
JgSTABLISHED IN 1838.
TUE LAKUEHT AND BEST HTOCK OP
Jp II 11 IV I T 17 R
West of the mountains,
OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, will be
found nt the MAMMOTH FOENITUKE ESIAB"
Lia-ULUXoi
C. Q. HAMMERS SON,
The newest and most approved stylus of Fine
and Medium Furniture, in turgor variety thuu
any other house, at very reusonable prices.
Persons furnibhiug houses would do well to
write for our new circular, or when In PlttH
hurgh wo respectfully solicit a visit to our
warerooing. Don't forget the place,
46, 48 & 50 Seventh Avenue.
TV i . I 1 Ti '
ritiBDurgn, ra.
We C'lialleiige the World in prices for
tne same quality or material ami workman
ship of our goods. nov27-8ra
CHR0M0S,
6 CHROMOS
"CASLO IS UICCHlir," "HOOD JIOBHIHO,"
k"bPRINO rLOWEM." "StlMMKR FLOWmS,".
AWAU " U " A9LEIU, '
I WlUl th. Kl l KTIC WRRKLV nS WKHl.T niui-,
IU AT WOKE (CauoU4atl),fer
i f thMChromM sm Ut tot f
Aw.u us ri a.Impi" Um im
MBMwhai nuUUr.
Bukaribm fanl.hU AT ONCE
AGENTS
ca ukt bsrtUr Unm
with nttbiui wlili tay
wiiir ptiDiiiMn.
AddrtMt,
W.A
DNknu
Hlrtl,
J.
PIANOS, &c.
Great Offer lxJIZTi
Kill dUpoir of XKW PIANOS, XKLODEOKl
OKOA Ai, oftiae frtt-clattmaktri. faWiuf
Walrr at very low Drlces for cash or
part ttuh, and baUincs in imall monthly ituUU
mtntt. tie i-oetav Jtrt-eiau riA A V H, moit'
tnprortmHil,forUW& ml. Kow rmdh
CONCERTO PARLOR OJIGAN, th mom
itnuHful Hylt and ptrftct tons trtr mad. II
lutlrated Catalomu maitid. Shtrt music and
Music Msrehnndlss. norSi-Sm-wsVej
CLAIM AGENCY.
QIAIM AGENCY.
OLDEST IN THE STATE.
B. F. BROWN & CO.,
116 Smlthfleld St., Pittsburgh, Ta.
Collect Pensions, Bounties, Prise money,
Ac, Snrninl attention paid to suspended
rejected riaims. Applications oy man at.
tended to a Jf ma. In ym. no-m
VC
m n
FOUNDRY.
JJAMDEN FOUNDRY.
The Hamden Foundry Company
Having purchased this well-known Foundry,
f. M i u ,1V.V,',n'i?u "'"'".v. Ohio, and aup'
latest Btylei f Fitterni and Maohimry.
At great expense, are
every description of
now nianufactuiing
"UVVQW WARE PLAIN HEAVY CAST
STOVES. GRATES. 'fROXTS, '
CAN E M I LLS, WAGON
BOXES, PLOWS,
And Castings of Every Description
The attention of tits public Is called to the
COOK AND PARLOR STOVE?!
Which they are enablod to sell cheaper than
elsewhere. The great advantage of pure! as-
,, . a "".JV ' ,orot'!l Plates for re-
a o.n,Mi . . ,u" P"rrii"e elHiwhere,
"iiruiiiiicillUI
Sheet Iron & Copper Ware,
Kept on hand. This Foundry, being a
HOME INSTITUTION,
Manufacture Our Own Goods
A n.l oil .1 -ii . .
u , .' H" a"ert to the peon e at the
wholesale nrlcos at wi.i. h ,h .'...' .
offerc,! by Vinton County dealei-K.8 If you
Want ft frond irHfla i . I,.. ... 'vu
nd'gcrap fiSi? P"m tor ,a B,U9"- PP".
-M!!n,l0n, dc"ir'nK Castings for Patent Right
will please send us theirordcrs. '""
IUl..-i. . . . 1. - ...
HEPAIKINO or ALL KINDS NEATLY DOSE
UAMDKS FOUNDRY COMPANY.
September S5, ItfT. Reed's Mills P. ( I.
POST-HOLE BORER.
rEA HART,
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, West Va,
THE Orlst Mills, belug portable, are on
Iron Frame, and '
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And the best Mill ever made for all kinds of
Hrinuiug can ue easily attai ned to Saw M m
or any on er power, anil warranted to grind
riour anil Meal r a Niiperior miulitv at
greater rate of speed thnn any other Mill.
without heat in it nr mimr iiiniriivn,i.
weight being l.in) pouuds, nccupving onlv8
foet sfiuare on the door. Will grind HO to'flu
liiiH iels per hour. If within thirty ilnvs, the
Mill does not prove satlsl'actorv, It niny'be ro-
mriieu nuu money ana an charges refunded.
Hart's I'ost-IIolo Borer,
i Is guaranteed to make two hnlou in
one of any other; does its work rap
idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
IN ONE HAY!
No fault enn be found with It after
trial. Sent to any one on trial who
will send me the indorsement of the
Post Master. Agents wanted.
fill 1 1 A tl'l'
Clarksburg, W Va.
Farmers and other, enn nn dm
Post-Hole borer st the KNurinvii
1 Offlce.
WATCHES, &o.
jTATCHES & JEWELEY,
OK EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Arizona Diamonds!
NET IN
SOLID 14 KAHAT GOLD
WARRANTED.
No. 38
Fifth Avenue
PITTSBURGH.
(Jaotiftry MU4m
PROSPECTUS.
WE GREAT
DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL !
THIB UBW
33o3aJ. Wooa,
EDITOR AND 1-ROPRIKTOK.
A Mammoth Unit Paie Sleet.
Fifty-Six
Glumns of
Matter.
Beading
Contains ALL THE NEWS,
foreign, domestic, political and
general, with full and reliable
market reports. . Each number
also contains several short sto
nes, aim a great variety ot lite
-
rary, agricultural matter, etc.,
etc., constituting, it is confident
ly asserted, the most complete
weekly newspaper in this coun
try.
TERMS, 2 A YEAR.
Inducom-nts to Clubs:
rive Conies, onr tear H OOO
Ten Copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the si mler 18 OO
Twenty Copies, nneyear.and an ex
tra copy to sen.ier MS oo
irty I'onlea, one veur, and au ex
tra copy to si n.ler 00 OO
FurtieB scncliiig clubs ns above,
may retain 20pi r cent, of tho money
ccelvcd by them, as commisuion.
Persons dtiring to "act as
agents supplii'd with Bpecimen
bundles, feptvimen copies sent
Vee to any ad Iress. All letters
should be din ted to
NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
BOX 3,795,
New TrkCity Poit Oflloa.
H.
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cy
LEGAL.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Solomon Shipley. Plaintiff,
against
John Crown, Defendant.
Before John T. Black, J. P. of Mndlson town
ship, Vinton county, Ohio.
On tho 18th day of January, A. 1. 1878, snid
Justice IsHuod au order of ultachment in tho
nbove action, for tho sum of nine dolliii s.
Snld canto will be for heaviug on THURS
DAY, the ftth day of MARCH. A. 1). 1873.
SOLOMON SUIPLEI',
February 12, 1878-8 w
APPOINTMENT NOTICE.
Notioo is hereby given that the undersigned
litis been appointed and nualllled as Adminis
trator of the Kstate of Rebecca Darkless,
Into of Vinton county, deceased.
NATHANIEL SIMONTON,
February 5, 1878-w8. Administrator.
AN
ORDINANCE
To l'rovlde for the Issuing; of License!
Section 1. Be it okd ained by TnE Council
of the Incorporated Village or MoAb
tiiitr. That it shall be unlawful for an v per
son or perrons within the incorporate limiuof
sum viiingo to pemiie, nawit, hcii or oner to
sell, nt publio miction, or privato salo. any
goods, wnrcs, nierchnuilise or notions of any
kind or description whatsoever, unlcxs such
Hereon or norsons shnll first hnve urnriircil
from tho 11 h. vol-of hhIiI Village (or in case of
uie nui-micn or innoiiity oi tno Mayor, lroin
the Clerk of said Village,) a license for that
purpose.
Sue. 3. Tho Mayor (or In case of his absonce
or inability, tho Clark,) is hereby authorized
ui grunt iiih i issue license to any person or per.
sons fertile iiurnosus named in tho llret sec
tion of this ordinance, and to usk. demand
nnd receive for the sumo not less than One
Dollar nor more than Fifty Dollars, ami such
license shall particularly specify the amount
of money so received for said license, for what
purpose, and tho length of time for which it is
gin n ted.
HKC.8.-Any person or persons violating- the
provisions of the llrst section of this Ordi
nance shall, upon conviction thereof, be lined
Iu any sum not less than Ono Dollar nor more
thnn Fifty Dollars, at the discretion of tho
jii nvor.
This ordinauco shall tnko effect from and
niter due publication.
J. W. DELAY, President pro teni,
MORRIS EVANS, Clerk.
Passed February 6, 1878.
NOTICE.
11 APTIST rIT1?TllV IT.... ,,.,,. nl.l
John Durhin, Ueorgo Durbin; Jane," wife o
Daniel Horn; Rebecca, wife of Ellis Ashburn;
James Durbin, Morris Durbin, George Dur
bin, fcianmel Durbin, IlnptiNt Durbin, Ilcnja
luin Durbin, Joseph Durbin; Anoia, wife of
... . , V""! "aniiBii, iiaughter of ,lohn
Dilrbln, doceused: and wife of and Miirv,
daughter of Johu Durbin. deceased: and wlhi
of ; William Trullinger, and Ja-
T..V """-, icxmiug iu rayctto eountv,
Illinois: Anorn. wife of Mlchnl Mnthurlvr
Mary, wife of Nathan Matlugly; Joseph Dur
um, juiii y 1'iii uiii nnu .nuiy iniruin, residing
in Muskingum county. Ohio: EllzAhel.li. wlf.i
of Martin Engle: John Durbin, William Dur
um, uai)(D a'ui uiu, uniues iruiienger; Mar
tha, wlfo of Joseph Rcchtol; Louisa, wlfo of
joiiii niargnnii, residing in Knox county,
Ohio; Francis Durbin and Charles Durbin, re
siding in Tuscarawas eountv. Ohin- liirnm
Trullinger, residing in Ashtabula county, and
Michael Trullinger, whoso plact of residence
is uiiKnown, will take notice that Patrick
Kelly, executor of James Durbin, deceased,
of the eountv of Vinton anil Nininnf niiin .11.1
on the 7th (lay of January, A. I). 1873, lllo his
petition in tho Court of Common Pleas, within
and for said couutyof Vinton and State of
Ohio, against tho snld persons hereinbefore
mentioned, defendants, setting forth that lie,
Patrick Kelly, was the duly appointed anil
qualified executor of the last will nnd testa
ment of James Durbin, deceased; that the
persons named in this notice and made de
fendants in said action, were relatives of the
said James Durbin, living nt tho time of his
urowMi, nun ue, i-iitncK jveiiy, as executor,
has disposed of nil the nrnnnrtv m.n,.lil,.uii,;
bequeathed in snid will as therein directed;
and that Bniitist Durbin. .!,fm.,l,.i,i i,n,,i,n
' uiiines iMiruiii, ueccased, claims nil
the balance of snld estate to the exclusion of
nil the other relatives of said James Durbin;
that in snid will there Is doubt nnd amlilguitv
as to who is entitled to receive the balance of
said estate; and asking the court fur a con
struction of snid will; nd for direction as to
till! Ttinilttltt. In ...l,l..l l.n ...
i ii V ; 7 "n ," executor,
shall distribute tho funds remaining in his
hands.
Said potition will ho for hearinir nt, rim F..ii
riiay lenn of snid court, commencing Febru-
be hear
'j ", w "w" tnvreaiter nsinesnme can
ni.
PATRICK KELLY.
Hy John Mavo, liis
Jnnuary 8, 1878-6w.
Att'y.
MEDICINES.
Beware of Counterfeits l
JOB MOSES' 8jkcpVlP'8
ar sxttnsinsly oorHTIsrsitiD. Dishontst Drug
gists sndrnvor to sett th countsrfelts lomakt rreatsr
profits. Ths genuin havs th namtaf Job lnosei
?on tach packags. AU other ar worthless imitations.
h OSBDisi Pills are nnfaillnfin the cure of tU
hoi painful and dsngsroiii dlsnuas to which tbs
female constitution la subject. They moderate all
i ana remove eii oo.irucuoni, xrom what
ver i?ie.
Tn MATiTiTirn T.inipa
they are particularly sultedT They will In a short
time bring on the monthy period with regularity
and although very powerful, conttln nothing hurt-
iui io ine constitution, in an esses or nervous and
Spinal Affections, Pains tn ths Deck and Limbs,
fattens on slight exertion, PalpiUtlonof the Heart.
Hyatorlcs and Whites, thoy will effect a our when
all other means havs failed. The circulars around
each nackaee etva full directtona and advlni..
will be sent free to all writing for them, aeaii
from obaervatlon.
3
N. U.-In all easos where the OSHtnus cannot be
ouuincn, une uouar enciosea to the Hole rroprle
tir, JOB M0SK3, IS Oortlandt St., New Torkwlll
tnure a bottle of the genuin, eontalnlnaj Ilfty
1111. by roturn mall, securely eealti from any
KiiowieuKaoi liaconionw.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
nitVAW'H pri.jinNTft wivtm
Cnro Codohs, Colds, Asthma, Brokohitis.Sori
TnnoAT, HoAasiNiss, SirriODLT Bsiatrimo, Ik
oipibnt Oossomption and Lcxo Disiasis. They
have no tta of medloins, and any child will take
them. Thousands havn been reatorad to health that
had boforodoamlred. Testimony riven in hundreds
oi casoa. abk lor una AN is fULUUNiu WAIT1SK8.
Price 3,1 Hon ner box. JOll AI08K8. Prnnrie.
fcur. io fcii.imt pi i unto, now mi..
. i. l .1 i. a. . V: .. v I.
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DEL A M ATI IMS' S BPKOIFTO PILLS.
Prepared by 3. OARAN0IEEB
No. 114 Run Lomhard. Paris.
These villa sire hlphly recommandod by the entlra
Medical Vacuity of Vraneaaa th very beat remedy
In all canes of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak
ness: Nlnhtly.Diillyor Prematura Emissions; Sux
nal Wenkneas or Impotency i Weakneas arialng from
Seoret Habit and Sexual Excesses; Relaxation of th
Genital Organs; Weak Spine; Deposit In th Urine,
and all the ighaatly train of Dlaeases arising from
Overuse or Excesses. Thoyeurwhenallothrrm
edles fall. Pamphlet of Advice In each box, or wilt
ne sent ircee toaay aaarea. rrioai per llox.
Bent by mail, aacurely sealed from all observation, on
reoerotof nnca. OHO A BO. M08K8, ISOoBTl.iKDt
NT., nsw xoaceoi uentrai Agent ior America.
P.CU00J'S WINE OF TAB
Ten Tears otmnbl
tent ha proved Dr.Ciroot
VlBieofTar(ohavemo
merit than anv nlmlb
nreparatloa pveroffered'
the publio. It la rich I
tno medicinal qualities;
Tar, and nnequaledl t
duieasea of tlie Tha-oat
IjO nara. performlna U
5
mraitromarkablaourea.
:'v7 effectually cures all Coer"
(Sn aad Colda. It hat eared I
vtMki niany oases of Aattata
am nraucaius, uwi,
baa been pronounced!
apeclflo for these con
Sininu. i-or nunain
ireaat, Hldn or Hacl
llrarrlcr Ktdnfiw ll
B,dlBeH8eat)fUiel!rli
try Orgaua. Jaunaiot
or any Id ver JOmf.latla
linsanueiiuui.
ft la alan aa .nnerlnr Tonlr.
Hector the Appatltf
atlrnarinpna inenjauiin,
Beatorea tlte Weak and Itabilitaf ml.
ran.M tbe food to llar4
tetnoToa
Oyapepala nnd Indlarcatloi
rowoaita Malarloaa Vevan
Ulves tone toyuuraj'ateDa.
SEWING MACHINE.
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
"BEST
TO USE"
"Easiest
TO SELL"
M. Agents,
don't pay
ou to lmlit
he best tin
chine. I'rovo
our rlalms.
(lot the li it I'll -
and sell It.
Auures.
I'DOMESTIO" S. M.CO i 96 Chmberi St., I.T.
411-Hin t9
oi3sroiiriJriW.Ti,
V'"Jf,
js ii.
fiill 0i
t
of
MEDICINES.
ISHART'S PINE TREE
TAR CORDIAL!
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY
FOR THK
THROAT AND LUNGS!
It Is gratifying to us to Inform tho public
that Dr. L. O. C. Wishnrt's Pino Tree Tar
Cordial, fur Throat and Lung Diseases, has
gained an enviablo reputation from tho At
lantic to the Fnclllo coast, and from thence to
some of the first fumilios of Europe, nut thro'
the press alone, but by persons throughout the
States actually benefitted and cured at his
ollieo. While no publishes less, sosayourre
porters, he Isunnlile to supply the demand. It
gains and holds its reputation
First. Not by stopping cough, but by loos
ening nnd assisting nnturo to throw off tho
unhcalthmnttcr collected ubout the throat
und bronchial tubes, which cause irritation.
Hecond. It removes tho cause of Irritation
(which produces cough) of tho mucous mcm
branoand bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to act and throw off tho unhealthy secret ions,
and purifies tho blood.
Third. It Is freo from squills, lobelia, ipecac
and opium, of which most throat und lung
remedies are composed, which allay cough
only, and disorganize the stomach. It has a
soothing effect on tho stomach, acts on the
liver and kidneys, and lyniphutio and nervous
regions, thus reacding to every part of the
system, and in its invigorating and purifying
effects it has gained a roputution which ft
must hold aliove all others in the market.
Notioej
THE PINE TREE TAR CORDIAL,
OHEAT AMERICAN
DYSPEPSIA PILLS,
AXD
WORM SUGAR DROPS
Being under my imniedinte direction, they
shall not lose their curative qualities by the
useoi cneup ami impure articles.
HENRY R. WISHART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishnrt's Ofllco Parlors ar
oncn on Mondnvs. Tuesdiivs mid We.ilueHilnv
from 9 A. H. to 4 r. M., for consultation bv Dr.
win. 'J'. Mngce. with In in are associated twi
consulting ulivsicinns of ccknowledired nbil
lly. This opportunity la not offered by any
muni iiihLiiuiiuii iii uiu ciiy.
All letters must bo addressed to
L.Q..0. WISHART, M.D.,
No. 232 North Second St.
FECIXi.IDEIIjI'I-IIA..
November 20, 187J.--6m
IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
HOLLO WAY'S OINTMENT.
TIlKliltAXI) rillNCIPI.E Hint operates In
these wonilerful niediciues, is tho power that
they posricrf iu iiiriryinu the turtld blood
nnu epeiiiiif coirupt iiiiiiioih from I no sys
teni.
IIOLLOWAY'S 1'ILLS cofslHt of a careful
and iieculiiir iiilinlxture of the finest Veiretu
hie lCxtraels, Herbs, und Medicinal Gums.
roHsesHinu; nut a irruin ol ininuriil In their
cninhlnutioii, they never expose those who use
them to nny duiiKer, at any time or season. No
mother need hoHiluto to prescribe them to
their children, and the most delicuto constitu
tioiiscnii use them with as ireut benetltas the
niosi viK"i'oiis huh piiweriiii triune.
HOLLOW AY & Co., Koi 1'KorRlKTOllH
78 Maiden Luno, New York.
Ilollowuv's I'ills mid Ointment urn sold ut
Hoc, ib.sjc, and 11 per box or pot. A (treat sav
mg is mane uy nuyiiiK tne utrgo sizes.
Dec. 4.
KEEP TIIEBLOODPUR
And the health of the ayatei
will follow. There Is n propiiri
' tion of Iron and Volte Itot
more eflectunl thnn nil oilier
which will remove from yoi
system the impure end vitiate
blood which ciiiwcndiseaHe, an
attlioiamatlmo build up you
health and fttrength It neve
fall a to rare. If yon hav
Clrofiiln,e)rolaloaa niaetu
ra of the Kree or I-ara. o
Ncrof nla la any form, Ti
ir, nniie swelling, vi,
Horra, Vleera, or Nerof aloa
Inflamsjnationa, you can rol
on being cured wltli this prep
ration known aa Ir. !rook'
a ninnn.infl Hvrnn air I'nl.
artieVi'l Koet. JUheainatism. I'niia
V. JV.ln LlmtaorBonea.C'onatita
tlona baokendorn by Moron
rii.l or other' ixiIhiihh: nr aI
cured by it. For Myphllia, o
Nypbilltle Ulnt,tliiTelHtiott
ln equal to IU A trial wll
prev it.
Bcantlfr your Complexion.
Co not use talnt or nowdor. but srnt n. tnnr
Permanent beauty by purifying your blouc
hi preparation of Iron and Volte Itoo
inakea arouKh and scaly akin soft and smuuU
ihanrea tbnt anllour comolniclnn lyi n
!rehnnsaand health, and remove nny lna
UveUiaeaseaof theMkin, Pluiplea, I'm.
rosy ofieekaand a healthy complexion uho Di
Jrook'e Compotipd Byrup of l'oku lUioU
DENTISTRY.
JJENTISTHY.
HAVING been enirnsod in the study and
practice of Dentistry for fifteen years, and a
local practitioner in Jackson for six years.
and having availed myself of all the
Modern Improvement! la Dental Soienosi
would respectfully sav to the citizen of
McAi tliiir and vlululty that I am fully pre
pared to inaniiuilate all the various branches
the science. Prices a low at tho lowest.
Work ns irood as tho best. Persons coining
from a distance wishing to remain until their
work I dono will be entertained at my pri
vate residence freo.
MTIISR SPRAY AND SLK0TRWIT1
Used In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively painless. A female
attendant always ou band to wait upon ladlog.
Give me a call. . .
H. T. BOtlQGSS, pentist,
Mnyl5,8T.1y. Jckon,0.
MEDICINES.
rpHE ROMANCE OF CURE !
The ninny evidences of extraordinary cures)
tiintiiro tinny reported ascuroien """"
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
Ready ltulief and Perfect Purgative I'ills, In
written testiinoiiinlH from nil pails ot the
world, surpass in wonder thu most ex ti uviigan t
miracles of enchantment. Pliysieiuns and
medical men In nil countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
their science ol analysis or rheiuicHl skill can
explain. True, these medicines effect the
most marvelous etiroH, and restore the dvlug to
life, and relievo tho most wretched pnln-Hiif-ferliiK
victim of his tortures, in from on to
twenty minutes, and although, they know some
of the Ingredients of their composition, and Or.
Hndway has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Gorman, Knglish and American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the same Ingredients as prepared by tliein. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving;, lies in the great se
cret of combining the iiigreiliciitH together,
aflerexercising due cure In selecting the pure
and genuine roots.
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry as tho
S A UH AP Alt I LLI AN It KSOL V KN T, HEADY
liKLlKK HADWAY'8 I'ILLS, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
nre some Infirmities and diseases Hint tiro con
sidered as Incurable, and sure death. Yet tbe
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remodiesof soinodisenses that hnve nev- '
er been known to lie cured by ineille.lne.
CONSUMPTION, SCltOHiLA, WHITE
SWELLI NO, Tumors In tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, Dowels, llright'g Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced Incurable,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone In the Blad
der, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores of
tho Bones, Hickets so deeply seated that no
other medicines hnve been known to reach,
have been cured bv the HAKSAl'AKILLIAN
HKSOI.VENT, aided by tho HEADY HELIEK
and PILLS,
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Uangeiio that threat-.
ens a living death daily rotting away of the
limbs and flesh Dinhcfes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the Bladder (the
Emperor Napoleon's illsenso), Torturing lining
when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM,
(JOUT,NEUKALUIA each and every ono of
these complaints though but a few of the
many othor diseases, Railway's Snrsaiiarilliau
Resolvent tins cured and Is dully curing In all
pnrtsof the world.
In ono word, unv disease no matter under
what namo designated, that is nourished or
I1IUI UHOUU UJ Ultll, llllflllll-, IIVItlAVCII,
thin, wntery or poisoned blood can be cured
by RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN HE
SOLVENT l....nn 1 1... I....1 I.......... .1. ...... .....1 ...oaV
Dr. Railway Co. have never claimed ono
hundreth part of the curativo virtues for their
remedies as Is ascribed to them by the people
who have used them; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Hndway,
aflersucccssful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enumerated In
their curative 1 1st, so Hint many of tho extraor
dinary cases thathave been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment In the discovery of
their remedial agent as in those who had been
rescued from death, and iiiiule whole and
sound.
Asmanypci'Hons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the into of other advertised renio
uicB and some believed it impossible for
simple medicines innilo only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &c should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
com prebend that tho simplo grasses of the
field, after undergoing the chemlcnl process of
distillation designed by nnturo in the cow and
churn, furnishes us with butler certainly the
most abundant fnt, calorie, or heat-mnkinr
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for the human body.
But when thoso people who' first doubt the
efllcacy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocutes.
WORMS.
THE ONLY SAFE SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; the knife
has boen the solo reliance In the bunds of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
siipnrilliiin settles this question. 'It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well as Tumors in the Rowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropnicul Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured by
Hallway's Resolvent.
REVItKt.r, M ABK., Jul v 18, 1S69.
Dr. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries nnd bowels. All tho doctor
said there was no help for It. I tried every
thing that was rccuuiinciulcil, hut nothing
helped me. 1 saw your Resolvent nud thought
I would try it, but linil no faith in it, because
I had suffered for 12 years. 1 took six bottles
of the Resolvent, ono box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready llelief,and
there is nut a sign of a tumor to lie seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter nud happier
thnn I have for 13 yeai. The worst tumor
was iu the left side of tho bowels, over the
groin. I write thin In you fur the lienellt of
other. You ran publish it if vou cluiiise,
HANNAH. !'. KNAl'P,
AN llUPOltTANT LETTKK
From a prominent gciitli'iiinii and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, fur the past ful ly years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
Nkw Yoiik', Oct. 11th, 1870.
Dr. Raiiway Dear Sir: I nm induced by a
sense of duty Io the Hollering Io make a brief
statement of'llio working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I linvo been nllliet
eil with some trouble in Hie hladdur anil urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly allllcting ilisenKe, w hich
the physicians nil xtiiil was spasmodic stric
ture in the iirethn, ns nlso Inllainalion of the
kidneys and bludder, ond gave it us their
opinion that my age 7.1 years, would prevent
my over getting radically cured. I hud tried
a number of physicians, and liiul tnken a 1 n r (;
quantity of medicine, both allopathic nnd ho
mieiipiitliic, hut got no relief. I had rend of
astonishing cures having been mudo by your
remedies; and soma four months ago I rend a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure linvinir been effected on a net-
son who had lung been sufTeringuH I had beer,
I went right oft and g' some of each yot r
SnrHnpnrillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Pills und commenced taking
them. In three duvs I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
J. W. JAMKS, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollnr per bottle. Hold by Drug-
-Io... A...........1...-A .....1 O, h- l.l. .,...,., VTa i
Warren, cor. Church St., N. V.
RADWAY'S
READY
RKLIEFII
Cures the worst Pains in from 1 Io SO minutes!
teNOT ONE HOUR after rending this
advertisement need nny one suffer with pain,
RADWA TV READY RELIEF
Is a cure for every pain. It was the llrst and
is the only Pain Remedy that Instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, alliivs inllammu
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or other glands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty minutes, -mi mailer new violent or
excruciating I he pnln, the Rheumatic, Bed
ridden, Iiillrni, Crippled, NervoiiH, Neurolglo
or prostrated with disease may sutler,
RADWA FS READY RELIKF
Will afford instant ease:
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Iiilliimniatlon of
the Bladder, Iiillaiiimatioii of the Bowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Sore 'l b rout, Dllll
cult. Breathing. Palpitation of the lleiu t.Hys;
lories, Croup. I)lptierin, Catarrh, Influenza,
Ilenducbe, 'luolhuche, Neuriilglp, Hheumar
tlsni, Colds, Chills, Ague ( bills.
rue application oi tno iteauy iteiieiiotno
mrt or parts where the pain ordifllculty ex
sts will ufl'ord ease and coin fort.
20 Drop in a bnlf tumbler Water will.
in a few minutes, cure Ciniiins. Snnsnis. Sour
Stomach, Ileiirlburn. Hick Headache, Dlnr
Ihu'ii, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Jlowel,
and all Internnl Pain.
Travelers should a wuvs enrrv a bottlo of
Railway's Relief wltli them. A fow drops In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
lsrnmiy or Hitters as a stimulant.
FEVER -A.ILTID O-TJE.
Fever and Aguo cured for 00 cents.
There Is not a remedial agent In this vybflil
that will cure Fever and Aguo, nnd nil that
Malarious, Billions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Kmlwiiy's Pills) ao
quick as Railways Heady Relief, 00 cunts per
bottle.
UK. HADWAX'S
PEEFEOT PURGATIVE PILLS
l'erfootlv tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
euro of all disorders of the Stomach. Liver,
lloweis, Kidneys, juntiuor, nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costlvcncss, Indigo-
.1.... it..,.......-! . li Hl....-....uu mil....- v.......
null, Dji.'i'ni,,. j.iiu.MBiiiTon, Jin lull, rv.ui,
Inflnininalion or tho Bowels, Piles and all de
rangements of the Internal vlscera,warranted
to eil'ect a positive euro.
PURELY VSQETA BLK. tonlR n lllg BO
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs,
IhnVObsorvo the following sviiintoms re-.
lilting from disease of tho dlgcstlva organ:
Constipation, Inward Plica, Fullness of the
blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or welirht In the Pit of tho Stomach.
Swimming of tho Head, Hurt led and dlllleult
Breathing, Fluttering ut the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensation when In n lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Web before
the Sight, Feyer find Dull l'liln In tho Heart,
Iinflc.limcv In l'ersiiirntion. Yellowness of tba
Skin and Eyes, Pnln In the Bldu, Chest, Limb
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Burning in the
Flesh. A few dose of Railway' Pill will
free the system from all the abuva disorder.
Frio 95 Cent per Bos.
RADWAY A CO.. 81 Warron cor Church St.
New York.. . . ,
Iltead False and iruo. nann on leimr
.n in ita.iwav , o.. mo. on warren, cor.
Church St., N. Y. Inforinatloo worth tliou
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