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CoNoni8S.--Th cXgress elect
ed one year ago last 'October and
Novomber, Convened last Monday,
December 1. II. S. Cundy, of Jack
son county, represents this the, un
fortunate Eleventh
District.,, Ho
now
r has very fair chance to vote
for tne repeal or tno oaiary urao
tne repeal , or tno oaiary urao
Law, the outrageous Postage Grab
Law, and numerous other distress
Inglaws. ; !.u ,.t j .?-.
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" TnE Constitutional Convention
re-assembled at Cincinnati on Mon
day last, December 1, 1873. Vin
ton county is without a representa
tive in the Convention, as IIabvit
Wells is neither a creature of sense
nor a resident of this" county.-
Those persons who voted for the
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[From the New York Tribune.]
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The Inauguration of Gov. Allen.
[From the Wayne Co. Democrat, Nov. 26.]
Tho election of a Democrat to
the Governorship of Ohio, for the
first time in twenty years, is. so
marked an l ltar
the Democratic party us to.call for
the andest Inauguration that has
ever occurred in the State. It
should b made an occasion for
consultation, festivity and demon-
stration a glorious Democratic
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The late victory will simply be
the beginning of great victories in
the future, if the Democratic ma-
jority in the
guided by talent, tact and prudence.
We have implicit faith that Hon.
Wu. Allen's Inaneural Address
will be worthy alike of himself and
af the Democratic party. It will
)! nut n war in which thft Dem- i .
ry0tn nnrfir .n troiul With infl- I
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nite safety.
Hon. Jonn G. Thompson, Chair
man of the Democratic State Eie
cutive Committee, fully realizes the
importance of the inauguration,
and to the extent of his ability
will contribute to make it the grand
est affair that has ever been wit
nessed in the State. In this he
must have the hearty co-operation
of Democrats throughout the State.
It is under food that two mili
tary companies will accompany
Major Alliic to Columbus from
Chillicothe. T!o Cleveland Grays
talk of attending. The Old
Guard" ought to attend In force.
Several bands fioia calTer'cnt part
of the State contemplate attending.
Arrangements will undoubtedly be
made by which half-fare will be se
cured over the railroads running
to Columbus.
Old and young' should unite to
make it an occasion that will. elec
trify and so arouse the whole party
that It will go forth Conquering
and to conquer.
The Ohio Biaieman says: The
above from the Wayne County
Democrat is timely : and to the
point The inauguration of.Gov.
Allen will be one of the most im
portant events in the history of this
country. For years the , country
has been ruled by corrupt party
leaders. Now the people have
taken tho matter in band, and will
see to it that honest oden will here
after be placed in power -Let our
Democratic papers speak out, and
bring, up the Democratic and Cbn
aervative masses to tho inaugura
tion of WiLttm Allih, the Farmer
Governor. We have . every ! aesur
unon that the Hon. Johm G, Thomp
son, Chairman.otthe. Democratic
KrnctiUVA IJommilieO. Will UMTe
nothlnor undone to make thd Inau
guration of Gov.' Allen an entire
I UVVVBI
r Let Vinton county be fully1 repre
sented at the Inauguration of Got.
Allen.. Half -fare arrangement
will be made foTttenCransportatlon
of passengers to and from Colum
busRttbtUmc. -
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Additional Locals.
Letter from Josiah Jones, Esq.
NEAR X ROADS. MEETIN' HOUSE,
Nov. 28, 1873.
ofL.fVsuuw " W"UK m. car.rv
Fkieno Bowkn :
I was in town yesterday (Thurs
day) with some butter, eggs, etc
and after I had sold out, I wont
'round to see a number of iny
frionds, nnd all I could get out of
'em was Cuba War ! War is
dredful tUing but in the ca8e
qq& j j
Cuba r d , know w a iitti0 un
Le, from Uncle Sams glina
would (lo g1)ftiu g0(Kithat is,
given in allapathic doses. Twon
do to sugar coat not a bit
The truth is, Cuba should hav
been a part and parcel of the Uui
ted States Ions: since. Instead of
buying an iceberg (Alaska,) which
can only produce a few furs and
now and then a nugget of gold,
Cuba should have been looked after,
But, no, there was a big job in
the purchase of the iceberg where
by to fill somebody's pockets with
greenbacks, and Alaska became
part of the United States.
Why, bless my soul, had the
Democrats been in power within
tha last flio-hfc or ton vnnra f!nVin
would ow . .... .
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belonffS. It is a notable fiu-t thni.
of M
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ceded to the United States was so
cured during Democratic ndmiuis
trations. And yet the Democratic
party has been called anti-progres
sivo ! The Republicans have been
in power since '61, aud during that
time bought an iceberfr! This
is cold comfort for the Republicans,
surely.
I notice that my friend, Mr. W.
H. Langley, President of the G.,
McA. Ac C. Railroad, is determined
to build the road, aud I glory in
ins amuuion. ilie road passes
near my humble habitation, and
shall feel proud when I can sec and
hear tho locomotive puffing its way
up the valley toward Columbus.
It will be a bright day for McAr-
thur and to all the people along
tho line. Our coal and iron beds
will bo developed, and general ac
tivity will prevail in every branch
of industry. Mills, furnaces, fuc
tones ana loununes will crown
every available point, and we will
men realize ten dollars where we
rnltr vaf An nanf isn Tnl.
T .1 ! r a.i .1 o
"Bu uums lur tuo ruau r
x hoDe h - x como . town .
that I will not see so many drunk-
en men upon your streets. Shame !
Have you a Marshal ?
a : a
.u " b 18TT? , C&liy
this to town, so I will close for the
present Yours in tho cause,
JOSIAH JONES, ESQ.
It is stated that Francis Shades
has departed from this part of the
country, where he had resided for
more tnan twenty-three years, for
m comtri' entirely unknown to
J '
number of unfortunate people
hereabout, who had loaned money
and sold wheat unto him aud last
wdor8ed Lis notes to th
amn. . , .
amount of many, many hundreds
dollars. It is said that hia in
debtedness is about 3,000. Now,
we should like to know why it is
that a man cannot leave this county
, ,wl
honorably ? Why is it that the de-
partures have to be made in this
manner? If men want to run
away, as two or three have since
sal- anrinn
f""6
they should pay off
their debts first, and then they can
have an honest look and a clear
conscience when they attempt to
"set themselves up" elsewhere. It
rumored, however, that an effort
being made to bring Mr. Shades
back here, and allow him to pay
the debts due the people, some of
whom are very much in need of the
amount during these "hard times."
on
Starting Out. The Publishers
the Schoolday Magazine an
nounce in their December number
just received, looking brighter and
better than ever, that they will be
In tne January number, the
publication of an American story
Alexander Clark, A. M., entitled
"Starting Out."
This new story will be profusely
illustrated with orginal drawings
Schell, Ben sell, and other first
class artists, and will bo looked for
with no little degree of interest by
public generally, old and young.
The author has a wide spread pop
ularity, not only as a writer of won
derful ability, but also as an editor
and public speaker.
The Schoolday Magazine, is the
oldest of the Young Folk's Month
lies published, and is pno of the
best that comes to our table, while
the price is only $1.00 a year, and a
handsome original $2.00 Engraving
thrown in.
With the -announcement of Mr.
Clake's story, we should think
there would be an immonse demand
for it Published by J. W. Dadoh-adat
& Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ox Friday evening last, Novem
ber 28, 1873, Mayor William and
Mrs. Golden, of Athene, Ohio, cel
ebrated tho fifty-first anniversary
their wedding, by a family reunion.
[From the Paris (Ky.) Citizen]
AcooraDanvinfi' A box of wine
of tho vintage bf 1869, we
receivfed '..the uBUijoined note
from our valued friend, ihos
B. Davis, Esq., ol MoArthur,
Ohio. Mr. Davis , is pleasantly
remembered hereespecially by
the veterans Of the war of Wit
for his efficient labors in the
memorable trips made by them
to Fort Meies and the River
Raisin battle-eround. lie now
proposes a trip to Philadelphia
in July, 1876, to attend the
ereat Centenial Celebration
which will be held there at tha
time:
McARTHUR, O., Nov. 12, 1872.
. Editoii Citizen : My Sear Sir:
send you by this day's Express a
smitll box of bottled Ivcs-Seedling
wine of my own vintage, which
hope you will safely receive.
hear from you occasionally through
our mutual friend, and our valued
fullow-citizen, Nelson 'Richmond,
Esq. : Your very interesting paper,
the (JiTiTZEN, comes regularly.
which I hope will always keop us
posted with regard to those heav
enjy, blessed old veterans
blessed with health; blessed with
all the good 'things of this life;
LlefiHpd with highlr-favored good
country, of soil and climate, of
Bourbon and ' adjoining counties
blessed with patriotic souls and
love f : their country; and, far
above all, blessed with a quiet,
clear conscience toward God and
man. But tho dav will come when
they will be called hence; I truly
hope none of them suddenly, and
should any or tnem witmn your
knowledge be taken ill, indicating
possibility of a dissolution,
please note it in your paper from
time to time.
I truly hope inauy of them will
ive to eniov a nleasant trio to
Philadelphia, in July, 187G. Should
lire to that date. I shall take
great pleasure in escorting thero as
many as we can muster up from
Kentucky and Ohio, who may desire
to go; and, by tho way, would there
idd tun hope that you and your
better-halt will be on baud then
and no part remain at Cincinnati
but go the whole trip.
lather is in fine health, and
wishes, with your humble servant,
to be very kindly remembered to
Major Duncan, Gen. Leslie Combs
and other vet&rans of our acquain
tuncc, made in those two memora
ble trips to Fort Meigs and to
Monroe, (River Raisin)Michignn--
tlio battle-grounds or tneir youth
ncuse accept the little package,
with contents, as . a contribution
on account of the Citizen. "Gold
and silver we have none, but such
as we have we give uuto thee."
With many kind regards to you
and better-half, most truly,
THOMAS B. DAVIS.
Tub following is the copy of a
etter written by the Late Prof. J. II.
Bolky, a few days before his death,
to Solomon Shipley, of Zaleuki, O. :
ALEDO, ILL., Sept. 9, 1873.
Dear Sib; Enclosed find as
blank for Iprocaring subscription
for a balloon ascension in your
town for Friday, October 3, 1873.
will make the ascension for $75.
Let me know iu time to send you
bills. Send me the list of names of
the subscribers together with the
amounts.
I made an ascension in Fort
Madison, Iowa, on the 6th of Sep
tember; height one mile; distance
about one mile; descending into
the channel of the Mississippi Riv
er, sinking to the bottom the wa
ter being about ten feet deep. I
had on floats which brought me to
tho surfaco in a second. The Grey
iaglc spread her mammoth wiugs
over me, touching tne water on an
sides, and forming an arch of 10 or
2 feet above my head. This only
lasted a moment, when she flopped
lier huge wings and stood like atop
the water, l bad three skills
prepared for this emergency, and
one soon' came to my relief. The
Grey Eagle was then hauled to the
shore nnd rolled upon the bank,
still half full of smoke.
This made my fortieth trip
through the air.
Yours Truly,
J. H. BOLEY.
The December number of Demo-
resCt Monthly Magazine is spark
ling with Holiday Material, Holiday
Fashions, Holiday Stories, House
hold Matters for the Holidays, Hol
iday Poems, et&, etc. But the most
attractive of it Holiday features is
the marvelous offer of the large and
truly beautiful Oil Chromo, "The
Old Oaken Bucket," to each sub
scriber as a Holiday Present "The
Old, Oaken Cucket" is 17 x 2G
inches iu'sizo retailed at $15, and
the best and most popular Chromo
ever published, and yet is presented
free to each $3 yearly subscriber
for 1874. This throws all other
premiums in the shade. What
next? Address, W. J. Demobest,
838, Broadway, New York City.
Dr. N. J. Bowm, DMtUt. McArtliur, O
, Demoukst's Yoono America, for
December, is full of Christmas nov
elties, with other entertaining fea
tures for the juveniles. Some rare
attractions are promised for the
juveniles. Some rare attractions
are promised for the New Year,
among which is a beautiful Chromo
and a series of frapblo cartoons il
lustrating the evils of intemper
ance, with sketches by Dr. Deems.
Young Americ i to be offered at
$1.00 : hereafter, with a .beautiful
Oil Chromo to each subscriber as a
premium. ' Addreai, W. J. Dmob
bt, 838 Broadway, New York City.
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More Developments.
On the lands of Mr! Roman Men-
ager aud others of Gallipolis, lying
In Vinton county, on the Ualllpoiis,
McArthur St Columbus Railroad,
recent examinations has developed
a rich source of wealth in minerals.
There are about 300 acres of this
land and it is about 21 miles from
Gallipolis at the junction of the
proposed Pomeroy aud Berlin Road
with the Gallipolis, McArthur &
Columbus Road. The examination
shows the following:
20 inches iron ore; 2 veins of
coal in the hills, from 4 to feet
thick each, and immediately under
that another vein of coal 5 feet 11
inches thick, and thereafter the
strata is as follows;
No. 1 4 feet blue slate,
2
3
4
6
black slate,
Blue slate,
3 feet 8 inches black
slate,
No,
it
6 7 " slate and coal,
7 12 " sand rock,
"87 " caunel coal,
"93 " slate,
"10 4 " sand rock,
The building of our Railroad is
telling wonders of Vinton and Gal
Gallipolis
Ledger.
Settlement. All persons are
hereby notified to call and settle
their book accounts before January
1st 1874, as I intend to close all
my accounts at the end of the pres
ent year, and thereafter will posi
tively keep no books, but sell for
cash or acceptable notes. All ac
counts not settled by January 1st,
1874, will be collected at the cost
of my debtors. You r prompt atten
tion to this matter will save you
from trouble and expense, aud will
bo esteemed a very great favor.
J. S HUHN.
On Monday afternoon, November
24th, Mrs. Ann C. Tilton, who re
sides one utile south-west from
Jackson, shot aud killed William
F. Johnson, a school boy, aged 10
years, while he, in company with
two other boys, one of whom was
his brother, was passing through
her fields, on the way home from
school. She was arrested on that
night by the sheriff and was sent
to jail. On Wednesday last her
grand-daughter, aged ,16, was also
arrested, but gave bail lor her ap
pearance at court.
We are pleased to call attention
to the complete stock of House
Furnishing Goods at Jos S. IIuhn's,
at his store on Main street opposite
the McArthur House. He aims to
keep everything needed to furnish
house. We would reccoinmend
every one just setting up to call and
see bis stock, which is the most
complete ever brought to this place.
Joe knows just what is needed to
keep house, for he has " been there
himself." ...
W. II. Langley, President of the
Gallipolis, McArthur tic Columbus
Railroad Company, left here
for the City of Philadelphia, on
Friday, Nov. 21st on important bu
siness counected with the construc
tion of the road. He returned to
this town on, Friday last having
been absent about one week.
The work south of Cornelius
Karnes' residence is progressing as
fast as the weather will permit
Major Allen is the fourth Gov
ernor that Ross county has furnish
ed the State of Ohio. The Chilli
colhe Advertwer says three of these
have lived on the same hill within
sight of that city, and two of them
the same house. It might have
added that Ross county is the birth
place and home of the only lady in
Ohio, whoso father and grand-father
have filled the position of Chief
Magistrate.
The following is a list of letters
remaining in the Post-ofllce at Za-
eski, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1873 :
Dau. Wortman, Samuel Hull
Geo. Mawharter, Eisle Bachmanns,
Hen Blackford, J. W. Casey (2),
Charles Cashnober, John Guthrie,
Kate Foosc, Arthur Bradley (2),
Geo. Gaskel. Mary Whittinghan,
liz. Traner, Christian Yetten, F.
Shades, Wm. Casttel.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
TuANKsoiviNO Day, Thursday
last passed off in McArthur just as
such days have heretofore passed.
Some attended church, some weut
visiting, some weut huntiug, and
somo went to "big dinners," served
up ot home and away from home.
Everybody seemed to be, very hap-
py.
The Mariteta Register says: The
Ohio and Muskingum rivers are
well stocked with wild ducka and
wild geese. We hear every day of
hunters coming in with loads of tho
former; the latter are not so easily
approached.
The County Commissioners met
in regular session, on Monday last,
December 1st Present: Patrick
Kelly, Washington Kecton, J. A.
Martin, Commissioner!. W. W. Bel
ford, Auditor.
H. B. Mayo, Probato Judge of
Vinton county, has been called to
the bed aide of a sister who it sick
at Covington, Ky. He will be ab
sent nntil Saturday next
New Advertisements.
NOTICE
NOTICE —OF—
Intention to Build a Bride.
Notieo la hereby gl von in pursimnco of law,
or ma uiiomiiiii oi uiu iinmwiioiiurs oi v iu
tou county, Ohio, to build a covoroil
DRUMS WITH 8TONS ABUTMENTS,
AuroHi Uig ltucuoou Cruuk, nt the crosuiug of
tliu Zttleskl niiU rncknr Mill ltotul, near
thu zuiobki siemu uiu, iu MuuiKon township,
ana mo
Ptiltlviuot anit Rtmotuiranctt Agalntt tht
jiuuatug
Ot the aniiio, will be oouaiiloretl if llloil in tlio
Auditor's oraco ot laid oounty, on or bofure
Mommy, nooeiiiuorraui, mta.
liy ortlur of tho CoiiiinlsHlonurn.
W.W.UtiLVOllD,'
Auditor Vinton County, O.
December 8, 167 l-4t.
THE
WORLD!
Tho groat limuwrutlo Victories la Now
York, Ohio, Maryland aud Virginia, the
turtllnij Ktiiililican ilol'oati in Wisconsin,
Iowa, Kninm autl Illinois, foroahawotl the
oloi'tlon ol' a Oonionrktio l'residunt in 1B70.
Tho aucrotof tho triumph already won haa
boon utoadl'iiHt ndliereuco to the organization,
uiilliiH'.hiugililolity to the prinoiploa of tho
liciiiocratiis party. Th World haa been
od ol a ajioileil party, a dead party, a new par-
laiiiuiil to iu trust. When faint haarta talk.
vy, ii ooru won mo nafroi tne lUHtorio, Indom
itable Democratic party. That flag, Inaorlb
ed with tho loirumti Freo Trailu anil Ftrmnri1
KjKhta, Hard Money and no Monopolies the
'ilir1" " uiuo ami itew iora carrion to
fi l!illL!,lr-u,ry llIverting Orant majorl
tie ot ai.OOO anil 61,000.
. A new career uow oueiu bolero tlm Ttamnn.
racy nioro glorlotit and more beneficent than
iu paw career, meiuiiiou though that bo with
the rounding of the republic, ita cxpanaion
across the continout. iu half ennturvnf nnu.
perity and peace.
. Whore or how can any ' Democrat work so
ellieieutly fur tha intrusion of the prinoiploa
of hit party, and their triumph at the ballot
box iu "li aud '70. as hv nrar.urinir naur ron.l-
era for The Would, now!
As a ehlclo of uowa, Thi World will spare
no energy, to maintain and atWanca it place
In the first rank of metronolitan lournala.
TIIK WKKk'I.V wrtBT.n i. ... .....
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tains: 1. Tho Latent Prlci-M rtAlni.rBt,hA.t .n
tho Markets of tho United States) of Live
bkick, country 1'roduoe, General Produce of
rery Kimi,aiii oi Money, Mocks and Freights
iu Now York nud Kuropu.
S. Tho Kannon' Page, with all the doings
of the fanners' Club of the Ainorican nnti
tute, lptUsrs from practical fannors,and soieu-
tillo (IImciihsIou no prolltablo fariniug.
a. A rage for tlio Kamily Circle, of lively
ami pure reading.
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o tr
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year.
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whenever desired. Address all orders and
letters to TIIK WOULD.
i l'ark liow, N.V.
1'OM'ACiK PI AD l)n evAiv hiiIiiiif1ii.n
foroiui year to the Dally, heml-Weoklv, or
Weekly iaiil lor ut abovu rates before April
1, lt74, we will prepay tlio pastage. Jltki.twit
pETFKSON'S MAGAZINE.
Cjrcat Offers for 1874!!
Itiy-.V Five Dollar Mezzotint Engraving us
a Premium to every person .
getting up a Club.&f
CHEAPEST AND BEST.
1'r.TEKBON's Maoazink has the best Orio-I.
nal Stories of any of the lady's books, tlio
best Colored Fashion Plates, tho best Re
ceipts, the best Ntoel Kngravlug, Ac, Ac Ev
ery family ought totako It. It gives more
for tho money thau any in tho world. It will
contain, next year, in lta twelve uuuibcra
ONE THOUSAND PACKS!
FOUHTKEN SPLENDID 8TI1KL PL ATI8 1
TWELVE COLORED BERLIN PATTKHNB I
TWELVE MAMMOTH COLORED FASHIONS I
NINE HUNDRED WOOD CUTS I
TWENTY-FOUR PAQKS OF MUSIC 1
It will alio give five Orlglunl Copyright
Novelties, by Mrs. Ann H. SUtphens, Frauk
Lee Iteiiedlct aud others of the Inst authors of
America. Also, nearly a hundred shorter sto
ries, all original. Its auperb -
Mammoth Colored Fashion Plates
Are abend or nil others. Theso plates are
engraved on stool, twice tlio usual
. alto.
Terns (Always in advance) M a year.
, OKEAT REDUCTION! TO OLl'BH
Two coiies for $3 W; Throe copies for H Ml.
With a eony of the tunorb nioz.otint (St4 x ltt)
"Nor Lost but (;one IIufoue" to tho person
uiuiia ui ina iiuii.
Vnl.. .A..U In. tllMI. HI. ..A.. I..- - A All.
Ten copies fur 14 00. with an extra copy ol
uie siaganinu ror tne year as a premium,
to tho perxnn getting up the Club.
KIto copies for IH 00; Eight copies for H 00;
Twolvo ronles for 11 00. with both an extra
eopy of tho Magazine, and the premium mez
zotint, to tho person getting up the Club.
AiuircN, liimi-iiitiii.
Cll AltLKS J. I'KTEHHON,
m Chestnut Ht., Philadelphia, Pa.
Hperiinens stint irratis If written for.
JVayTi' Witnes and 1'etehhon tent to
any Mirson one year lortjou; tuk aioahthoh
Knqpikkr for fl. ulicAw.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby given that Hubert Davis,
as uuanuan oi me aaiate oi wniiain J
Hemphill, haa fliod hi account for final set'
tlement with said ward, and that the hearing
wiortnii is set jor ma ioLn uay oi ifucemuer.
m, atllo'cloi l
4-.k A M. II. II. MAYO, ,
November )W,lin -4 1.
Probate Judge.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Martha Itedfoara, Plaintiff,
against
Hugh Locktrd, Defendant.
1 Ilefore A.N.
l'oad, J, P. of
Htlchland Tp.,
I Vinton t'oun
Jty.Ohlo, On tho 18th dav of November. A. D. 187S.
aald Justice )uol an order of attachment in
laid case for tho sum of 1660, and tho tamo Is
let for further hearing on the ttOth day of Do
eembor, A. 1), 1B78, at 10 o'clock a. m .
MAHiHA uivur f.AllN,
n-8t ' l'lalntiir.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estate of Jacob Allman, dec'd.
The undersigned haa been appointed and
uallflwl as Administrator of the estate of
acol) Allinan, lata of Vinton County, due'd.
Dated tb lBth day of Novvmlior, lKM.
AHUBSW BADCLirFK, Br.,
n4o-4(. Administrator.
Medical.;
wmmm
Xrim It. l.omr atUnd.ot.. lo-
f ff ,r, pralon, InvolaaUrf
- .w vi mn, sperm a.
torrhoa, losa of power, Aim head,
loss of tnamorr, and thraatauad In,
potenca, and Imbecility, find a sorer,
!LITJS?f! ta MWlUItBTB 1IOM1C,
KIUUT. THIS BOVEHElON RBMKDY tonoa
"P eyatom. arrest tlie discharges, and inv,
parta vigor and energy, life and vitality to the
utireman. 1 hay kava cured thousands of oasot.
f of Uv. boxes and a large II
Tial, whloB Is Ttry imnoitant la oUtinaU or oil
a, or il per aW boa. Sold by ALL Drus
ists.anilMntbirnMilonroctiptof nrio. Adams
HUUPHRKVS' HOMEOPATHIO MHDICINB
CO., Mil BnoADwir, N. Y. 6cod tut eHular.
MlAIHHOODiHOW
1 LOST,
now restored!
J nt published, a new edition of Dr. Cul-
verwell'a Uelebrateil Ksaay on tho radical
curt twiuiout medicine) or nrEHii atorhhoea
or Seminal Weaknes, Involuntary Seminal
jAinsun. jiniiuwiiuy, oiuniai ami I'nysicni in
capacity, Impcdimeuts to Marriage, etc.; also
luusuiiipiiuo, epilepsy nnu r irs, induced by
solf-lndulgence or sexnnl oxtravngnnco.
JKay-Prico In a sealed cnvclopu only six
cents. -
Tho celebrated author, in this admirublo es
say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that tho nliirniinir coime-
quencesofaulf-abiiso may bo radically cured
without the dangernua use of internal medi
cine or tho application of tho knife; pointing
out a mode of euro At onco simple, certain ami
effectual, by means of vhl h every sufloror,
no matter what bis condition may be, may
euro nimsou cuonpiy, privately anu radi
cally. Jisy"Thls lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man In tho land.
Scut undor teal, in a plaiu envelope, to any
address, pott-paid, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage aiamps,
Also, Dr.CULVKUWELt,,a"MarriagoUuldc,'
nrlnofiO cents. '
Address the Puhllalfors.
j'trau T't f rv ivin m. r i r
I11AO! J I.S IVlill Hi A l.U.f
137 Bowery, Now York, I. O. Uox 4,580.
MEDICINES.
iJoware of Counterfeits 1
JOB MOSES' niJiiASli.IAAl5B,s
ptiekiif, All allurt ar. irorlAlw imitation! Tha
Piusarsnnfalllm Ui.oureofTu toil
painhil sad iuvmnm duuses to which tha femill
oonsUtotionis sukjwt. 'llier moderatii sU .im.ut.
by cold, iufUnimsboa, or dimn. la il ciTrVf
of tb. Haa Hj.urio. maf Whlt, Ui wdl B
uura whan all othar means hsTefallvd.ind alUiouih
u&SZtSSS!! mUuD' hmUul to mo"
ClraaUr in Kotllih Osrratn and French aroond
K.vh bottl, (iTosluu dlrecUoo and adrlea.
i un iiudui rius ar. sold at most druR stores, bat
f uur dnusiit cumot iuppljr th. OKNUiNi.do not
bo porsnaded to soo.pt anu soiuitwf.it or hocus ar.
ticlo hiitsond On. Dollar to tb. sol. proprietor, Job
W rtlndt BtrMt, N. York, wRh nam.
"P7" onioa s wwcB roa wui sail tut th. pack
Vft.ud abottl.of th. OIMOINB PUU .eourelr and
safel paokad la plala wrsppeia will b. sant by ratofn
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
TIT) V A V, a artuAmi, v. .
Onr. OoniiHi, Oolm, Aston a, BnoMcniTis, Bona
TllttOtT, HOAHIIBIUS, l)IWimiI,T llBKATHniO, IM-
.ma uu um usual TOM
Jut. noUsU ol modiola.. and anr ohlld will tak.
l'rire 35 cent. Mirk.t. .ion uorhm vn
tor. IB Oortlandt 8Cn.t. Hm Vnrlr '
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.'
DicriiwAnRE'a npectfio ritLs.
Prwyd bf J. OARANOIEKE, . j
.m. ... Mo- Aa loaibard, Paris. J
. . , . c; 77 - " iwwunBMwi oy mm mure
HodioalaoaltrofVraBM m th.vr bort nmedr
!?. "I cam. ol Bjwrmatorrhoia. or Haniinal WuknWi
w.rt Bpin.: DaposiU In tli. Urine: Morrous Ds-
other remediN fail, and hn btwi num. with utoniib
nff eueewbytbalaMdinff FreDoh I'h-wcUnidonnf
tha DAai 11 Vflara P-mnhlsk n A .1.1.. I a. a -
w witlbflMntFm Wauyaddraa. j'rlve l per
du vj naii, weurfif aitxt jrtvm all obitr.
t-itlifist. un maiMt s4.a A-a i a a a
soi. uanwal Aawt for Am tea.
A DOOH. FOR THE MILLION I
Marriage
I ApritGt)Mierlthi
Uarrltxl or Utoa sboui lo
marry a ibt pbjilolofieaj
mrattrlta aDdreTclailobaot
Guido.
UtMl 4UM?rUf U prodoclng an 4 prvDUag offiprtm,
how In nrataarva lha BtiliiDixloQ. II,
UitMiual ijiIid, witti tb
. Tbli.iaa lourtiiiDg work aftwo kuadraiS and ility
mgei.with an ma rout DgrvlDit and eonuloaraiaabl
inrormttloB tor thoia who Kramariied.oreooUBplaUmar
rlait. RUllHUa book lhatobt loba kepi uodar look
aodkey, end not I aid taralai) about Ibt bouae.
II aooutiii tb tiporlaaot and adrlot oft ph.TiIolaa
vhoaaraputailoa li world- Id t, and ibould batn the prl
vata dravar of ovory aiale aad fomalo throuf boat IbotBiIra
glob. U ombracM a? try thing oa tht tublitot f tht ga
trttirtiTiUvUiat U worth koowiiif.aad gawhUitl II
Dot publtibtd la aar atbtr work.
6ett to any on (fra of poiUge for Fifty CtnU.
AddrtaiUr. Bttu' DUptttiaro. laM.Klfbtaitratl
Notice to thi Afflicted mi TJufortmifcte.
Be fort applyloi U tbt ootorloai qaatkt vba adrtrtlit fa
tublla paptre.tr tatDg aoy quack rtmtdlat ptruat Dr.
lta' work at natter wbaiyowrdlMaat la, tr bow deplor
able your toDdltko.
Dr. Hutu tteuplci a doublt bttat af twtoty-eTea
roomett aindoretd by aoait t f tbt noet ttltbratad mtdl
tftlprofaeaoratf thlaotoniry aud Koropt, tad tan btooa
ulttd peraonally or by avail, oa tho dlieaaoe mentioned la
bit worka. Offtot and pari on. No. II K. Klghlb itrttW
bttwtta Market and Cbeaout. Ht. Louli. Ifo.
FOR THE. COMING YEAH!!!
A Snappy, Wide-Awake, Popular
' Journal.
People duslrlng aflrst-olaas Familr, News,
Political ami Cuinmurclal Nuwspaiiur, ono cs
talilislieil over tliiny-two years, havinu; a na
tional reputation, am) a large circulation In
Ohio anil adjacent Hiatus, shuulil at onco inako
up their clubs for TIIK CLEVELAND
WEEKLY l'LAIN DEALEIL
For the quantity ami varioty of lis reaillng
matter it lias no superior anywhere, ami as
Cleveland is one of the best niiirkct points iu
Ohio, great attention Is paltl to a careful re
view of the Live Htock, lluttor, Urain, Cheese
anil others markets. In fact, overr effort will
ho mailt) to keep THE l'LAIN DE A I.Kit up
with the times, ami uiako it a welcome visi
tor to tho
' HOME AND FIRESIDE.
The year ltfl4 will lio a stirring ono. Tho II
nunciiil events of the day, the iirouot'illiijrs of
Congress and our Htato Leitixliiluru, will he
given iu rellublo and coii.Ii-iimimI form. The
riirnier, the Uiislnuss Men, the Moi-hanlc and
the Artisan will llnd in THE l'LAIN DEAL
EH such inlbrmatinn as will ho of interest to
thum; and a large space Is duvoted tolienoral
Miswllany, Poetry, eve., for family remting
IttTWe have no traveling agimts. Henil
for specimen eopy. '
We earnestly request tho lnllueuvo of our
old friends and pa,rous In extending our cir
culatlou . Wo appund below our tonus:' -
TKBM8 TO rut WICKKLY 1'I.AIM DEtl.Klt.' .
filnglo eopy, one year,
Binglocopy, aix months,
- ' $3 (Kl
- . - ; . 1 00
TO t'l.HDH. ' .
Clubs ot Ave, each, - . . , f 1 m
Clulis of tun, each, - - INI
Clubs of twenty or more, each, - -1215
TKHM9 OF DAILY FLAW I1XALKK
Dally, by mail, . ; -
. ... . 10(HI
TKIIM8 OP TBI-WCRKLY PLAIN DEAI.VK.
Trl-WeeHy,bymll . - - 4 Ml
Clubs of tou, 4 DO
An extra copy Is allowed to the Club Agent
for clubs of ten or- mure, at $1 AO each, a'nr
clubs of twenty or moro tit $ 1 W) each, tho Ti l
Weekly 1'ialn Dealer will lie sent to the get-
tor-up club; and for olulisof llfty or inure, at
1 US, tha Dally will lie sent to the ('lull
k t llUU'ltlll.Ull j. flllLli'U
Publishers of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. i(7
n45ew. Hencca Ht.,Cluveliand, Uiiio
r
yGENTS WANTED. I ..
ITW T nil y RU nKVIIVf IIK1IU UI lUIMlMUs III UTCI
townnhln, to loll tho only tiunJiinl book of
Wn S.M mala Am. fi n.nln ... n.,nM.
.: 'CJCLOPSDIA OP :
THINGS WOBTH KK011!
OB, M.0U0 WANX8 SUPPLIED."
Tlio Lnrgost, most Important and Vaiunblo
RlVliiT (")! ever published In the .
Vnltod Slates.
CHROMOLmfEooaWBYvmioEFREE
To ovory aubacrlbor. 1 1(10 00 por year lavod to
evory one who has It, Everybody wanta it,
nearly everybody buya It as soon aa offered.
40 per week aure. Extra Terms, Agents
will mlaa it If they do not audreaa '
, Continental Publihhimo Co., .
US North Sixth Ht., bt. Louis, Mo.
81-ttm-we.
'i i . i . (ui . ' 1 ) :
In Goods.
A.T PANIC PHIC32S.
Como and examine tbom and satisfy yourself that I sell at ,ha prices
I advertise Having just rocoivod a LARGE -STOCK,' tought (luiife
tho panic for a8h, when casq was SCAECE.
I Positively defy competition, and Challenge any .
Merchant in Ohio to Compare Prices
TUB OLD
CC
No Trouble to
Too Thin!"
It is trouble to show them, but wo cheerfully and will
be glad, of 'the opportunity, for when you
see my goods and prices, you are
sure to buy.
J II A
WHEELER and WILSON Sewing Ma
chines,
"Which I Will SeU at
lar Price ; J8a5 OO. Warranted
IPerfect in Every , , ;
Ilespect. . .
Best Black mixcdWaterpvoof,
Rniwl u a ii "
,
Best Gold " - ..
Good ...
Good all Wool Flannel, V - -!
Beat Brown Muslin, . .
" Prints, - ' .
" Coffee, " . J
" White Sugar, .
" Brown " - ! . ' -. .
And every thing
trial
Harais
JOSEPH S. HUHISr,
has removed his
HARDWARE STORE
'lU" "!""
CONTINENTAL WOOD
TBI OHLT ST0T1 Rill WITI
SLIDING OVEN DOORS.
PaUnWd Tab. 2 and 8pt 21, I860.
Stoves,
House burnishing G-oocls!
Ills stork of Cooking. Parlor and Ilcltlnr
cltlus. Kvehyhtovk wakhantko. You will tail lull stock of every thin if lii tho lloiise
uriilsliiiis; 1.1 no. And in coiinsction wito his stock, lira. 1IUHN has put iu a neat Stock of
olahr anilqiiKKNawAHC lii the same room. . Makinf one ol the mostoiiiileto llouso Kur-
uisiiiiiK ouin-s in mu uouniy. jio not tail to
astliey will iuit bo umlorsolil.
Hiioiitlnir ami Roofinir dono with neatness
sale, iiiiiI (he ixtHt bUAI.INU WAX In the markai. Be sura to call ou him before uiiruhaslnu:
elsewhere, Two doors Kast of tha yoatolllca.
duly uu, lwi.'t-u.
i f A
HoMar Goods! HoMay
AT WHOLKSALK-
Ml
SMi
Offers to - the Trade, a Good
, Stock Suitable for Decern- '
ber trade ;
. i ' " . . .ji
"-Prices.
. I '
i. ri
i .i. - ... -i J y- ;' -r . . - ,-.
i-..!'- - . . v,n tf-. ',.' "..''
;Re7
CRT OF
Show Ghoods" is
VE TWO . -
$SO OO Each, Iteffu.
. - ,. . .
$115
1 00
1 15
1 00
331
12
10
- 28
12
11
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else in proportion.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
. ; : r i ; IIAMDEN, OHIO
To tlie Dodge Building-,
East of the
Post-Offlce,
Where he
is closing ,
out hiu
STOCK OF HARD WARE.
At Groat Bargains, With ?
, ,.a View of
HMG a specialty of
Btiiras la not sumuaail hv anv atnrn niilul.lx Hip
glva ttuiot a eall ueioro uurcuasliiK elsuwiiurc
and dlsnatch. All kinds of FRUIT CANS for
.1. 8. 1IUHN.
SWIFT;
CHILLICOTHE, OHlti,
at Pbpulat : '
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l. Ir
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Tinware,

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