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COUiVTY, OHIO-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1872.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
On nd after Nov. 10 . IS? I, Trains will
u run ns follow:
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Miles SflgSS SfL..IL.!
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V 2 T 5 ?1 !! ifi " W V 5
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: : : : : :
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riXClN'NATl KXl'UK-H will run tlaily.
Another 1'ralim ilallv, .'X'lniit Siiu(1k.'.
CIXUINS V'l'I KXf'KKSS KAST makes li
stop betwcon Il-.tiuilcn nml Atlmnn.
1.ir. p. M. rt'.nriA.M.
A r'T. TnrH'nontU
l-.'SO I'. M.
Trains Connoct &t LnvelamX
Jf.irnU points mi Hiol.lttlPMluml IUllruii l, niitl
lit tho JndlinnpiMis A I'inclnuutl Rilrouil.luiic
tioa for nil jmlitti West.
W. W; PEAHOPV,
x. ' iftttttr of Tean'porMim,
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
—:o:— Great National Short Line Route
—:o:— Great National Short Line Route East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On nml utter Mouilay, Novoinlier Trsln
Xv ill run as follows i
Hffr' Perry. ....
No iv York
II (V) Pm
B 05 Am
1 00 Pm
4 45 Pin
4 03 "
0 13 "
5 SO Pm
2:1 ID Am
1 :!i0 Pm
1:40 A in
0 30 "
11 Sit "
6 lo Ani
12 30 Pm
R 49 Am
11 45 Pm
4 U5 Am
4 23 "
15:51 A in
0 45 Pin
4 00 Am
8 60 "
1! 0B Am
5 -1') I'm
12 9.1 "
Pslsflj Drawlno' Boom Sliaplug Oarii
Which aro im aomtp2a'?K!Wiiy f"'sl1?1''
mil nlinoit eipiiii o a flro-ude, are on a 1 1 ruins
from Olnolnn.itl to nnltlmors and Washington.
teeeSclittdnlo of Marietta and Clnnlnnntl Rail
way for lime of arriving anil depirtinj troin
WTheadvintftRPs of this route over all others
if, that II. Rives all travelers holding thrsiinh
tirkon Ihn prlrilei;e of visiting linltiinors,
rii'ladelplila, and the National Capitol free.
Time quicker and rates of fare lower than by
any other line.
The scenery alonffttils Hallway Is not equaled
for grandeur ou tills Continent.
TO smFPERSOF FIIZIGHT.
This line oni-s innnriar Inducementsthe
ratc.K l)ol ii n onetlilrd lOTrsrtosnd frnia Host on,
New York, or any other Eastern point. In or
iarlnir goods of any description from tlis Ksst
irlro directions to ship via Ilaltlrnore A Olilo
It H.,nd laHliipping Runt give same directions.
FrelEhtsHliliiped bv this roiitewlll havo doi
ptrh, and litf handled with enrn and luve
shippers much aoney. J. L. WILSON,
Mutter TrsiiBporUUon, llaltlmore.
6. II. DLANOHAItll,
Gun. Freight Af't, naHlmore.
L. M.roLTT. '
8. B. JONES', Gen. Ticket Aa't, nidtlmore.
Oen. Pass. Af't., Olnnlnnittl.
Indianapolis. Cincinnati & Lafayette
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
The Great Through Mall nail Kxpress Pns
tenner Line to bl. 'bonis, Kansas City, 8t.
Joseph, Denver, Ran Francisco, and all points
in Visoonrl, Kansas and Colorado.
Tim shortest and only direct routetolnrtlnn
apolls, Ijiifuvetto, Torre Hivnte, CambridKe
;ltv, Sprlnglleld, Peoria, DurllnRlon. Olilosiio,
MilwnuUoe, BU Paul, and all points in the
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayette
IlaJIroad, with Its connections, now mTeri piw
danfters more focllit Ira in Thronh Ooneh and
Bleepln Car Service than any otlior lino from
Cincinnati, having the ailvantuae nf Through
Dallv Cars fromClnclnnatl to Ht, Louis, Kan
las dlty.Ht. .losoph, Iooi'la,niirlln(tton,('hlcKO,
Omaha, nnd all Intermediate points, pretention
to Onlonlots and Families inch comfort! and
accommodations as are Afforded by no other
Through TIckots and Dujgage Cbecki to all
Trains lesve fllnclnnatl at 7:30 A. II., 1:00 P.
It , and 0:00 P. M.
Tlclcetis nan he obtained at No. 1 Burnet
IT oino, corner Third and Vlnai Pabllo Land'
InH, corner Main and River; alio, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl Btraata, Cincinnati, O.
lie sure to purchase tickets via Indianapolis,
. Clnclnnatl and Lafaje)ttcriHltrod.
o.K. lord, HluBAKanrcciT, :
Cblef Tloket Clerk, Master Transportation,
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. Railway Time.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
1 f-"P,(rf.,L"rr T
Onanrl niter Dcconiber lOtli, la71,Tialu will
i:u as lulluws:
Athens 0 .) a k.
3:20 ). M.
t AO P. M.
7:D0 p. II.
1 M '
2:30 A. M.
tB A. u.
Pittslnirffh. . fiMfl Pi
S:inilti!.Uv... 8:fKI "
t'lcvpl.iiiil.. . a:fiO "
Spilnifnelil. I'M'5 "
Xclilil 12:' 8 "
IMvton 1-SO ' '
Klrhinohrli., 8:15 "
ImliaimpollB A:10 "
L'liiuaga 13 :10 A. M
Cl'iKPCpmiPt'tlnn made at I.nnonstpr for Cif -plovlllo,
nnovlllo, uriil till polhts on Hie C'ln
clnntvti itinl jMinklilpauu Viillcy Itiiilrotul.
Dlrcnt ruunocllont niudo t Columlins for
Dayton, Hpvlngflolil, Indianapolis, Cliicnpo,
nml Hi 1 points West. Also, for ClcTelniul,
ltliir:li, l'ittsbiiiifli, mid nil points ttnst.
Taiio tnp Hockinu Vnllev anil Pan Hnnrlle
roiito to (.'liii-HRO ntlj.tho KortliwPst, it Im tlio
Hhortestliy ulxty-xix mllos, niviiipt piiKsuiiBcrs
tlio benefit of qnlcltdr tim nml lower rates
than by any otlior line.
. J.W. POITTOTT,
. i. Dliici.L.XJon't Ticket A((T. - . .
KANSAS & MISSOURI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
O EXPRESS TRAIUS DAILY O
O RUN THROUGH FROM O
THE OIITO & 3IISSISSIPFI
Owned nml opcrHedbyoiieConi;itny from Cln.
cinniill tout. I.imis. tliereforo imssi'iigprs nr
I'kKol belli cnrrlcil tlirougli without Chungs
the possibility ini'lilcnl to oilier routes cwlileli
are iiiiide up of several short romln) of missing
eonixctioiii), Mini iib.i'ctlii(j llielr piisseugeri to
Families and Otliors Seeking Homes
In tlu'rieh villcys imtlon tha fertile prnirlos of
IVcufcrn Mlsotnrl. Kunxat, Hltraslca. Colormlo,
or tile more distant Htnto nl'Ciilifornia, will con
sult tbi'irown interest bvnllinir on or mldrpss
iiiK Hie iiwlnmiiriiril, Oniitr.ietlug A (rent, in
longiPsirlrMieo in tliB western ronntrr him fa
inilinrizeil li i in Willi Din best localities. .
This Roato is 37 milss Shorter thau
Cm lie: pnrcliaied st llthf Prtnripnl Ticket
ttiUe.esof irinnrctiiirc Lines, nml in i:incinutll
lit tho Ocnernl unices oftliM Couipsny,
1 10 Vine Street
33roadway, Comer Front Street,
Min Street. COmer Lvi, nnd t De
pot Foot or Mill Street,
Ciintraetinsr i tnger A cent,
110 Vin. St.. ( lnclnnutl, Ohio.
OII30 AND MISSISSIPPI
The completion of the Louisville Division of
nils rnml nml tlio splendlil equipment lor pais
outer travel mukes this tint
BEST ROUTE TOLOUISVILLE
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
O TIIRUOCrll TRAINS
O Da ilu :
With MreptCennertlons from lha East for
Louisville Without Change of Car3l
This Is tlio onlv road whoso trains leave Cin-
clnniiti and passengers are delivered at depots,
uuiuiN or resiliences m i.oiiisvnie kkk,
Ask for Tickets via Ohio & Hiss,
and take tio others.
Can pnrcliasod ut all the
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
Attho General Olllcesnf the Company
9 19 VIAE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main St., cor. Levee,
and t the Depot, foet of Mill Sheet,
Contracting Pafisnfcer Agent,
110 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
On nnd alter MONDAY', Mav JUth. 1H71, Ex
press Trains will kbavk COLUMBUS and
ORKSTLINE and ariuvi at points miniod be
low, as follows:
fitntioni. No. 2. NO. 4. No.fl.
Oolunibiii riilOam 4il0pm 2:3Sin
Crcstllna f2::Xlpiii e:ii."pm 4N)4in
Cleveland 8:45pm 9:45pm 7:80am
Buffalo 10:K)pirt '4:10 pm 2:00pm
Niagara Falli.... 7 :(H) am 6:45 am 4:40pm
Boubestor 1:30am 7:05 am 5:05pin
Albany 0:45am 2:00pm 1:80am
Rostnn 5:20pm 11:20pm 11:00 am
New YorkCltr..S:H0nm 6:30nm 8:40ara
CreNtilna 12 45 p in (1 35 pm SUA a m
riliMiiur DJjpm luim oiopm
Harrlsbiirf 7 15 a in 1125 am 2 40am
Raltlmnre 10 40 am 140pm
Washington....! 10 pm 25 pm
PhilsilRrnhia . . It 15 am 815nm 7 00 am
ftres"tTTiio........ll 80 p m 7 45p 111 fRSam
Fort way no .... 6 so a m i nam jitoam
Clilcaio 1210pm 7S0am BOOpm
ISfifUni A, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m.
aThrmtffh Carnln Delaware forSprlnirlleld,
Train No. 9 on the Columbus A Hocking Val
ley Ilallroad connect with No. 4 Train. Through'
Ticliets for sale at Athens.
PaOSKNGGR TIIAINI retnrnlns arrive at
Colambus at 12:38 a. m. 11 :15 a. m. and 9 :50 a. m.
Say and Sleeping Can
On All Trains.
wV''o ""leaving Columhnsal 2:S5 a ra, on
Snniray, runs through without detention, J
both Iirle and Now York Central Itnilwayi.
ftrrlvlna-nt Now York on Monday mornini at
For nartlenlar Information In regard to
thrniiRli tickets, Mine connections, etc., to all
polnti Kasfc. Went, North anil South, apply to
oraddreai B. FOTtn.Onlnmlins.Ohln.
E. B. FLINT. Oen. Hnnerlntendent.
Tien. Agent, Oolumkus, O.
Passenger Agont, Oolumbm.O:
.The New York Sun says:
"Gen Grant is a philosopher;
he takes tilings aa they come,
takes them pusy, and takes a
good many of em."
StuUof Ohio, Vinton County.
Harvey Ulnghanl, Plaintiff,
E. P. Illnfthnm ot. al., Dcfcndnhts.
In Vinton County Court ol Colnnibh Tleas.
Order ot Sale.
Pntsilnntto thoeommnriil if nn erderof sale
Issued from the Court tll'Cominon Pleas of Vin
ton countv nnd to nte directed as KherllT of
said comitv, I will offer for sale at tho door of
the Court llouo, in the town of McArthur, Vin
ton county, Ohio, on ,
Monday, the 19th day of February,
a. d. im,
Attho hour on o'clock P.M. of aald day, the
followlngdesiirloed lands and tenements, nlt
iiRted in iba county of Vinton, and BUto of
The equal undivided half of the North linlf of
the Hoiith-cnbt iiuirterof Section number ihir-tv-one
81. township number nine II, llange
millilier eighteen 18,1 except fll'tv-live acres
off of the West side of said tract sold by Wll
linin Lnktn totiporpe Pucker.
Al.so.theetpinl nnillvlded half of tlio .orlli
half ol thoHouth-west qunrterof Bed Ion ninn-berthlrtv-tno
1:19.1 Township nunilier nino !),
Uanfje niimbor cigliteon l;l the entiro niuri
her of neres of whicll thn undivided lialf iff
liereby conveyed, being One hundred and live
acres,' mere or less.
Taken as the property of K. P. ninfrhnm' to
satisfy a judgment of the aforesaid Court in
fnvor of Harvey liliiKbnnii
Appraised t Five Hundred nndTwPnty-flve
PollorH Srj 0(1, ami must bring two-thirds of
Terms of Sale Cash in liand.
Rhorln" Vinton County.
Smith AGnnnlnir, Att'vs furl'lalnllff.
Januarv 17, 182-5w-13W
StattoOhto, Vinton Count;.
Coorje A. Gold, Plaintiff,
Tlmmns J. Mastoid nnd Wife, PeferidnntJ.
In Vinton Countv Court of Common Pleas.
Order of Snlo.
PiirHnnnt to tlier.iiinmandofAn order of sale
In Iho above cause. Issued from the Court of
Common Pleas of V inton eounty.Ohio, and to
me directed as Sheriff of said county, I will of
fer at public sale, ntllicdonrof the Court House.,
in the town of McArthur, In said Vlutou coun
Monday, the I9fi 7y of February,
At the hour of S o'clock P. SI. of said day, the
followlui: described lands ami tenements, sit
unte In the county of Vinton, nnd fitateof Ohio,
The North-west quarter of the South-west
quarter of Section Number twenty-six 12;
ulsn. the South east quiirler of thn South-east
quarter of (Section N umber twenty -aven 27:1
Ull In Township nunilier ten 10. Itnnne
nineteen 111 Vinton county, Ohio, and con
talningeightv SO acres, moroor les.
Taken nstlie pmpertv of Thomas J. Masters,
to satisfy n Judgment of the said Court in favor
of George A. Cold.
Appraised at TwoIInndred and Seventy-five
Dollars $2l5 00, and nniKt bring two-thirds of
Terms of Snle Cash in haiiil.
Ptlieriil Viuton County.
D.T) Shlvel. Atfv forl'laintltr.
State rt Ohio, Vinton County.
Thomas II. Hhalfer, Plaintiff,
Andrew G. Klliolt, Ailnitnlstratorof the Kstate
of William Tvo,ilece:iRed. nnd Matilda E.
Tvo. nnd others. Defendants.
In Vinton County Court .nfConunou l'leai. Or
der ot Sale.
Ptircnant to tho command of an order of sale
issued from the Court of Common 'leuof Vin
ton countv, and to mp directed as Sheriffol said
eoiinlv. I will olfer for salo at tho doorof the
Court House, in iho town of McArthur, Vinton
Monihty, tho VMK day of Fehruarii,
A. D. 1S72,'
At tlie hnurof "o'clock P. M. of said day, the
folbiwlng described premises, to-wit:
Situalo In tho township of Harrison, and
county Of Vinton, and Stale of Ohio, nnd known
as tlio South-east quarter ol tho Houth-east
quarter of Section Number Elcdit 8. and tho
North-east qunrterof the south-east quarter of
Section Number Kight 18, excepting Ten acres
off the North side of said North-east quarter;
nnd, slso.tho North-west quarter of tile South
west qunrler of Section Number Nino (0). All
oftlieni'iiivsaiil Lots are In Township Number
Nine !. of Inni?e Number Nineteen 19, and
estimated to contain Ouo Hundred and Ten
acres, be I lie same more er less, but subject to
all legal hiqhwavs.
Taken as the property of William Tyo, de
ceased. ncd Matilda K. Tvo.tosatisfv a Judgment
of mid Court in furor of Thoiniis H. Shaller.
Appraised at Six Hundred and Twenty Dol
lars 4020 00, and must bring two-thirds ofthat
Ternii of lalo Cash In hand en the day ot
salo. D ANIEL BOOTH,
Shorlir Vinton County.
P. Tl. Bhlvel. Att'v for Plaintiff.
SALE OF MINISTERIAL LAND.
NOTICE Is herebv given, that in pursuance
of the itntutcs In such cases provided, I
will offer for sale at the door of the Court House,
in MoArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, on
Thursday, February 15, A. D. 1872,
At 1 o'clock P.M., at not less than the apprais
ed value thereof, the following Innds situated
In the townsnlp of Viuton, in said county, to
wlt: Tlip North half of the South-east qnarter.sec
tlon twentv-nlne (29,)Township nino (,) Uange
lixtcen 1(1 1
Also tho Mouth half of the ftonth-eaat qnartor,
soe.tlon twenty-nine 120, Township nine 9,
Kanpe sixteen IB. J
Appraised at $210.
Also tlieHouth lialfoftheSonth-weatqnarter.
29,J Township nine
uange sixteen iu.i
Annralscd ax si w.
Alto tho North hnlfor the Boutn-weae quar
ter, section twenty-nine (21),) Township nine ,
TRKMS Or SAM!
One-twelfth of the purchase mosey to be paid
at tne tune ot sale, ana tne Duuance in eleven
annual iiistaiiinents or equal amount wna an'
nual Interest thereon.
W. VT. BELFORD,
Auditor Vinton Co,,0'
December 20, 1871.
Probate Court. Vinton County, O.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Isaiah Tntronn,
Administrator of the estate of Harvey
WIno. deceased, has tiled his account with said
estnto for final settlement, and that the hearing
1st Day of February, 1872, .
at II o'clock A. M. ' II. MAYO,
January 10, 1 872-4 1 Probate Judge.
STJBSCUIPTION Books for subscription to tho
Capital Stock of the Farmers' A Minora'
Railroad Company, will be opened on the 80th
day of January, A. D. 1872, at tho following
places, viz: At the Mayor's office, in tho elty
of Urbana.Ohio; attkeofllee of Vf. H. smith,
in London, Madison county, O.; at thn olUee
of J)r. Wayne Qrlawold, and at the olnco of
Morris, liorts A Co., in Cirolcvillo, O.; at D.
Rose's Drug Store, Adelphl, Ron countv, O ;
at the Laurel ville Mills, In Hockiug county, O.,
and atthnofllce of H. 0. Jones, Esq., in Mo
Aitliur, Vinton countv, O.
By ordor of tho cerporntors of said Com
pany, WAYNK GR1HWOLD,
P. 0, Smttji, Secrotary. .
John Clark's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, O.
Executor of the last Will and Testament
of John Clark, deceased, has Died his account
with ssld estnte for final settlement; and that
tho hearing thereof Is sot for
Wednesday, February, 14, 1872, .
At U o'clock A. M. H. B. MAYO,
January IT, 1873-41 , Probate Jud p.
[From the Scdalla (Mo.)Democrat.]
Eighteen Hundred and
Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two.
'Tho Trpnt-lR72 is now p.nm
menced and its untrodeft future
must be met and settleu-ii The
year upon which we'hve en
tered will prove an eventful
one to tho people of thi coun
try. During the present year,
the grrat battle between , con
stitutional liberty and cptral
ized despotism the political
Gog and Magog will be
fought and ettl6a. Jready
the parties of tins gi e con
test aro marshalling tlnir re
spective forces and , getting
ready to try the fortune of the
pending political war! -j The
year 1872 - ivillJb'ei
for the triumph of Democratic
principles, or for the downfall
of Republican institutions on
this continent. We are glad
that the issues between Democ
racy and Jacobinism promise
to be so sharply defined that
the American people need
not misapprehend thera. We
want to see no dodging of
issues by either party ; if Rad
icalism means centralization,
despotism military rule, pecu
lation and defalcation, let its
apologists have the manlines to
assert it ; if Democracy have a
remedy for the ills which nfilict
our country, let the friends of
liberty nnd reform nail their
true colors to their true colors
to their masthead. This year
will test the timbers of the old
ship Constitution. Her tim
bers have been cracking under
the strain "loyal," and we
know that she cannot weather
the gale under the management
of the present inexperienced
c -in manners and seamen. The
Democracy must ship a corps
of their bfst men and skillful
helmsmen and then use just as
little canva as possible, or all
will be engulfed in the whirl
pool of Jacabinisra.
We sincerely hope that the
year 1872 will prove a year of
political jubilee to t he .4lcvwrt
trodden people of the South,
and that the Democracy may
return and come to their politi
cal zion with
songs ana ever-
A dry goods firm in Phila
delphia recently Bued a man
for the amount of a bill run up
by bis wife. Judge Thayer, in
his charge to the jury, said :
"It is a false and foolish notion
for tradespeople to entertain,
that a husband is bound to pay
all the bills contracted by his
wife. No such monstrous doc
trine is allowed in the law.
Tradesmen must ascertain the
facts and the true relations of
man and wife before allowing
the latter to run up bills which
he is to be looked "to to pay."
Verdict for the stingy old husband.
Among Mr. Grant's recom
mendations is one that the
salaries of Government officials
be increased. Not iu vf.in has
Mr. Grant read what Paul
wrote to Timothy: .''But if
any provide not for his own,
and especially those of his own
house, he hath denied the
faith, and . is worse than an
The "bridle-rein'Vnly lasts
during a bit of the honeymoon,
then comes the curb. !
' Blue satin cravats for gent
lemen are -now considered the
correct thing. ,'
"Water reddens the rose,
whiskev the nose, and tieht
boots the toes.
Glove powder, for assisting
gloves cn is one of the., new
luxuries of the period.
A Veidict was rendered
against the city of Zanesville.
last week, for 92,825, , in favor
of the widow of the fireman at
the Zanesville "Water Works
who -was killed by the ex
plosion of the "Water Works
boiler, a year or two ago.
A $29,000,000 Radical
y "We have published frequent
items iu relation to" the whole
sale swindling of .the people of
South Carolina by the Radical
carpet bag officials of that
State, but were unable to give
the facts in the case. Recently
a committee Was appointed to
investigate the matter, and the
astounding fact. is disclosed
that State Bonds, to the
amonut of over Twenty . nine
Millions of dollars have been
issued, for which the State has
nothing to show. It seems
that Bigamist C. C. Bowen,
who has been pretty severely
nmlfXUtferJe fcoa aJiimself.
has taken the position of a re
former, in order, no doubt, to
wipe out the stigma that rests
upon him, and has introduced
articles for the impeachment of
Governor 'Scott and Parker,
the State Treasurer, who have
had the handling of the money.
The former, by a trick, has
succeded in staving off the
question until after the holi
days, but it will then be
pushed. In an interview with
Bowen on Thursday he stated
that Scot, Parker and Co., had
issued six millions and a half
dollars more Bonds than were
authorized by law, and that
they sold to the State at
extravagant prices, that being
the purchasers, as State officers.,
Bowen says that the Demo
cratic members of the Legis
lature will support him in this
investigation, and that he will
continue it until the thieves
are all caught.
Valuable European and
American Seeds given away.
Mr. N. P. Boyer, the senior
publisher of the American
Stock Journal, while traveling
in liurope the past summer,
was particularly impressed
with the great value of
Lucerne, for the feeding or
ooUo of stock. He hae,
therefore, imported a large
quautny lor gratuitous dis
tribution among our American
farmers. Any of our subscrib
ers who may wise tp test it,
will receive a small sample
package free, by euclosing
stamps to pay postage. Ad
dress N. P. Boyer & Co.,
Parkesburg, Chester Co,, Penn.
They will also send sample
packages of Chester County
Mammoth Corn, Imported
White Norway Oats, and
Alsike Clover if wanted, they
sent out over 100,000 free
sampln'packages last year.
around. If you
have a beer
keg or cigar box, with stamps
on them, cancel them at once,
or you may be dragged like a
criminal to Cincinnati at a
cost of a one Or two hundred
dollars. When the wicked
rule the people mourn.
It will probably surprise a
good niany people in this
country, and would astonish
more in Europe, to learn that
boards, planks and scantling,
to the value of ,$9,555,192,
have been imported into the
United States tluring the year,
to say nothing of the several
hundred thousand dollars'
worth of rough timber, and
over $200,000 worth of fire
wood. The Country seems to be
Filled with Specific For the
cure of Lun Diseases, that
one scarcely Knows which to
use. for want of confidence in
their medical properties; but
from the remarkable cures And
the high order and extraordi
nary efficacy of Allen's Lung
Balsam, that we aro compelled
to regard the evidences of our
senses, ana conuuentiy state
for Cough and that Hydra
headed Monster Consumption,
we think that preparation a
safe and certain cure that is
now befor the public. .
.tor salo by all Medicine
A Republican paper in
Louisiana states that its nem
ber of Congress "1ms departed
for "Washington city for the
purpose it is supposed of draw
ing hss mileage and per diem,
as that is the only duty in
cumbent upon Congressmen
which he could possibly perform.
No Foreigner need Apply.
Several propositions to
amend the Constitution so that
citizens of foreign birth can be
eligible to the Presidency have
been made in both Houses at
this session; but on the 8th
inst, under the rules in force
on Monday, a test vote was
taken on -MhenJ;X!6n; ; nrf(l
obtained a bare majority of a
dozen votes, while two thirds
were required. Some of the
Republicons objected . to the
preamble proposed by General
Morgan, of Ohio, which stated
the fact that, while negros
were eligible to the Presidency
and Vice Presidency, white
naturalized citizens who fought
for the country all though the
sixty-five votes againsl
nearly all Republicans.
Our Radical exchanges ex
press great satisfaction because
the President's message
pleases the English aristocracy.
Uetore the advent of the Radi
cal party, our Presidents were
in the habit of trying to please
the.Democracy of the Repub
lic, without consulting foreign
Take It to your Home. It Is so ranch the
fashion now-a-days to convey the information,
and moral truths and sentiments, In the form
of Stories, that even aome popular lecturers
have adopted this style of address. The mast
of people, especially the young, demand sto
ries to such a degree, that papers Ailed with
senintlonnl novels and exciting, trashy stuff,
have a wido circulation. To forestall this
taste, andTsupply something better to the
manes, the Publishers of 1Ierth and Uom,
In addition to the usual variety of that paper,
havo engaged a corps of nrst-class writen,
among whom are Jean Ingelow, Edward Egg
leston, JIaryK. Dodge, Loulss M. Alcott, Ed
ward averett Hals, Elizabeth stnnrt Phelps,
Harriot Prescott Rpofford, Kose Terry, Maria
B.oaltey, LnciaO. Runkle.and many others,
who furnish to this Journal the best Original
Stories, of the purest character and highest
grade thus eon veying much instruction in
pleasing form. Besides these, the weekly
neartn and Home contains a Urge amount ol
flrst-olass reading, editorials, literature, art,
science, amusement; instruction for the house,
keeper, the gardener, the farmer; a capital
department forChildron and Youth; tho news
the day; financial and market reports, eto.
IU engravings, costing over J!5,000 a year are
of a high order of merit, unsurpassed by any
Illustrated paper In the world. Altogether,
Hearth and Home iu such a Journal as may he
lafely and very profitably taken into any fam
ily. It ii suppl led al the low rate of $3 a year
four copies for $11 ; and ten or more copies for
12.50 each. Orange Jud.l fe Co., rublishen,
M5 Broadway, New York City.
For the Farm Garden and Household, in
cluding a ipeclal, Interesting and Initruetlve
Department for Children and Youth, Kitab
Ushed in 1870.
The American Argrlculturlst la a large pe
riodical of 44 pagei, well printed, and filled
with plain, practical, reliable, original matter,
Itfurnishei every year Pour Hundred to Six
Hundrod Beautiful Engravings, drawn and
engraved by the artiste, and about five Hun
dred large quarto, three-column pages of
original matter by the best writers, or as mneh
reading as Is found in FlveLarge Octavo Vol
umes of five hundred pagei each. It contains
each month a Calendar of Operations on the
Farm, in the Orchnrd and Garden, in the
Dwelling, eto. It Is prepared by practical in
lelllgent Working men, The Household Da
part men t is valuable to every Hoisekeeper,
The Department for Children and Youth is
prepared with special eare, to furnish amtiie-
mont and to inculcate knowledge and sound
Circulation Terms. The circulation of
the American Agrioultnrlit, (about 150,000) is
large that it can he furnishod for the low
price of S1-B0 a year; four copies for 84; ten
copies for H; twenty or more each. Try it
The lubierlsl.lon price of Hearth and Home
S3 a year. One copy aaoh of American Ag
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(Weekly') will be sent one year for ti, to which
thirty-two cents should be acWedwhsn the
papers are to go to British America. JKJ-Try
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Someting to do.
If you know of an active boy or
girl to whom 50 conts or 81.00 or
more a week, for half a day's work
each weok, will provo a bonofit,
havo them send a threo-cent stamp
Oliver Crook & Co., Dayton, Ohio,
samples and circular of an easy
occupation which will repay them.
would also be a benefit to any
business roan, bringing many cus
tomers to his storo every weok.
The Washington Patriot
asserts that Grant has owed
the Goverment $5,000 ever
sinco the Mexican war, his
accounts aa Quartermaster
showing a deficiency of that
Every Saturday for 1872
As has already been an
nounced, Every Saturday
Will drop its pictorial character'
with the end of the year 1871;
Its last number in pictorial
form will bear date December?
30,1871. From that time its'
publication will be continued,
in the original character in
which, during a period ot
four years (18G6-1869), it
gained the highest favor from '
many thousands of intelligent
and thoughtful read era through
out the country. The publish
ers continently hope to make
it emphatically "A Journal of
Choice Reading" to commend
in not only to earlier readers,
but tdt .iliosc ' who - during th, .
two years of its publication aS
an illustrated journal, have
offered it the moat substantial
tokens of their appreciation
and good will.
On December 26th will be
published the first number of
Every Saturday in its new
form. Its plan embraces inci
dents of travel and adventure,
essays, critical aud descrintive.
s Tial tales, short stories, poems
oiograpnies, literary intelli
It will be the aim of it.
publishers that Every Satur
day bhall commend itself by its
freshness and variety to all
classes of intelligent and culti
Every Saturday will con
tain each week thirtv.ono
large octavo pages, handsomely
I'umeu m uou Die columns.
Single number 10 conts; subscrip
tion price, $5,00 per year.
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a crisis befalls you,
moral courage and noble man.
hood to meet it, be equal to
the requirements of the mo
ment, and rise superior to the
obstacles in your path. The
universal testimony of men
whose experience exactly coin
cides with yours, furnishes the
consoling reflection that diffi
culties may be ended by oppo
sition. There is no blessing
equal to the posession of a
stout heart. The magnitude
of the danger needs nothing
more than a greater effort than
ever at your hands. If you
prove recreant in the hour of
trial, you are the worst recre
ants, and deserve no com
passion. Bo not dismayed or
unmanned when you should
be bold and daring, unflinch
ing and resolute. The cloud
whoso threatening murmurs
you hear and dread is pregnant
with blessings, and the frown.
wnoso tnreatening murmurs
you hear and dread is pregnant
with blessings, and the frown,
whose sternness now make you
shudder and tremble, will ere
long be succeeded by a smile
of bewitching sweetness and
benignity. Then be strong
and manly, oppose-equal forces
to open difficulties, keep a
stiff upper lip, and trust in
Providence Greatness can
only be achieved by those who
are tried. The condition of
that cchievement is confidence,
in one's self.
The chief of the "Reformers.
Who is he? Who but the
famous C. C. Bowen, charged
with bigamy, and convicted in
Washington of bigamy and
sentenced therefor, and par
doned by the President. He
has since turned up the chief
of the "reformers'' in the South
Carolina Legislature, and is
t m .mm
moving heaven and earth, for
the impeachment of carpet
bagger Scott. "Wonders will
never cease. uA
Horace Greeley declines to
serve as Chairman of the Re
publican General Committed
of New York for 1872.
Verily "coming events cast
their shadows before." j
Gov. Geary says the debt of
Pennsylvania is nearly I29.000