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fi,;;f "VJ M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1872. f 11.50 PEXt TEAIt, l , Is idrauce . . f J. W. BOWEWr I NO. 41. VOL. 6. iPublisliM and Proprietor. J i Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE, On and after June 9, 1871, Trlanai will run as followa : ' 4f eg ; : a :::::: : :o !::;: : ,: a :::::; : IN H CO B H o 03 a H 3 re 3 aSsi ! : : : : :::::::::: : , a J QO IC t CD : : i it a .0 1 tc a : u : : Ox) HOhlJIU it? : S3 : 2 : -3 : 23 :i3 :E2 :g : S ll5flllaljSjJ 4 4 Miles ""Si? $2jK3g83i383 -5 ! ! : i : i : :2 : i :::::: : : : ll&SSSSSS. 3qSSS892S8'3$SS t5 X CO OJ v-4 4CI9t9t9f'NfHfH44itb -Sj : : : : : : : : : :::::::::::::: : : : ::::::::::::: ;.!:: ::::::-. :::: 4 s : S : o : ; : : SI : : i ; : ; ii ; i : . S8S2aS?3S a 5 a CINCINNATI EXPBKSS will run dally All otherTrains dally, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no stop between Hamden anil Athens. Portsmouth Branch. Hail, Aaoommodatlon, Dep. Hamden JnekHnn Ar'r. Pertamoiith Dep. Portsmouth Ar'v. Jackson Hamden n.me. m. 4.09 " 0.30 8.40 A. M. 10:50 " 11.30 P.M. 6:00 A. M. 7.00 " 10.68 " 12-20 P.M. 4:00 " 5.17" Trains Connect at Loveland. For all points on the Littlo Miami Railroad, and at the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Builroud Junc tion for all points West. W. W: PEABODY, Mntttorof Trannportation. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Great National Short Line Route Great National Short Line Route East and West. Only Direct Route to the National Capitol and Eastward. On and after Monday, November 19, Traim will run as follow" : t'nui fiut I Mail Btprmt. Lint. Kxprttt EASTWARD. Depart Parkerslmrg Cumberland Harper's Ferry Washington J uuc'n, Arrive Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York WESTWARD. Depart New York Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Arrive Washington Juno'n. Harper's Ferry Cumberland Parkoralmrg , 655 Am iSSPm 8 08 " 8 88 " 855 " 1000 " 8 85 Am 815 " 6 40Pm 88Am 6 61 844 Am 1 12 Pm 4 45 " 5 05 8 25 ' 845 " 10 00 " 1 80 Pm 410 " 19:!4Pm l80Pm IS 54 Am 645 Pm 8 00 " 820 19 06 Pm 8 80 Am 9:20 Pro 4:00 Am 8:00 Pm 8:60Am 9:20 " 18:04 " 8:45 Am 11 00 " 1145Pm 8 00 ' 4 05 Am 425 " 8 59 " 10 82 " 6 25 ' 5 00 Pin Pullman Palaoe Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Which are as comfortable, elegantly furnished and almost equal to s flro-sldo, areon all Traim irom uinomnnti to BUitnnoreanu wasningioa. BeeScheduloof Marietta and Cincinnati Rail way for time of arriving and departing; from llcArthur. ' The advantages of this route over all others Is, that It gives all travelers holding through tickets the privilege of visiting Baltimore, rmiauoipnia, ana tne National uapitoi ires. Timequiokerand rates of fare lower than by anv other linn. : Th scenery alongthls Railway Is not equaled ior grwiaenr on itus uoniineni. TO SHIPPERSOF FREIGHT. This line offers superior Inducements the rates being one-third lower tosnd from Boston, Now York, or any other Eastern point. In or derlnr looils of anvdeacrlution from the East give directions to shin via Baltimore dc Ohio H. H.,and inihipplng East give same directions FreiuhtsHhiDDeu bv this route will have ties. pstoh, and be handled with osre and save shippers much money. J. L. WILSON, Master Transportation, Baltimore. Q. R. BLANCH AUD, Uen. Freight Ag't, Baltimore. !. M. COLE. H. B. JONES, Gen. Ticket Ag't, Baltimore. . uen. raits. Ag i.. uincinnaci. Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette Rail Road. GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY To all Points West, Northwest and Southwest. THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. UIANArUMS. The Great Through Mall and Express Pas. x c, r t .. ta tr lit.. a sentrer iiiae w di. tuuin, jvuhbiib viit.d. Josoph, Deavor, 8aa Francigco, and all poinU 1 1 l IVnnaau an1 irMti mi.. .kAMfnur anA An v fllrnnr rniuA rl inrllilTl 1MB ,IHJIIWin4i; . v------------ noliB, Lafayette, Terro Haute, Cambridge Olty, Springfield, Peoria, Burlington, Ohioago, Milwaiikeo, Bt. Paul, and all points In the kV .. 4.1. .M.A Railroad, with Its oonnootlons, now offors paa- r. . . 1 nnM QulAa tlinH sanff nf lias llnA fifitJi Olnclnnatl, having the advantftge of Through Daily Oam fromOinolnnatl to Ht. Louis, Kan asOlty.St. Joseph, Peorla.BurllnRton.ChlcaKO, Omaha, and all Intermediate points, presenting . aooommodatlons as are aflbrded by no other Tli rough Ticket and Baggage Ohoolts to all . PTrainiileveOlnolnnaUat7:30 A.M., 8;00 P. i n.AA n rillraf.a nun hfl obtained at No. 1 Bnrnet llsme.oorner Third and Vino Pub Mo Lam ing, oorner Main and Riven also, at Depot, . corner rinm ami ror; nnnw. , ,, iu Be sure to Duronase iiokbm yi luumnv" a . I r ......IUlUnll-i.il oinq nnau ana 43 b If Tiokel Clsrki Master. Transportation, si i a a.4 Aninfilnnslll THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. Railway Time. OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY. Is the Shortest, Quickest and oul Road running its en tire trains through to ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE WITHOUT' CHANGE: Our arrangements and con nections with all lines from St. .Louis ana Louisvuie are per feet, Reliable and complete for all pqints This is the shortest and best oute to Kansas City, Leaven worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and to all points in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. Through Tickets and full information as to time and are, can be obtained at any i. R. Office or at our office in Cincinnati. E. GALLUP, Gen, East Pas. Agent. V1NV1NHA11. Pass, and Ticket Art., ST. LOUIS. XV. B. HALE, Gen OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY. VANDALIA OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY. VANDALIA ROUTE WEST. 23 MILES THE SHORTEST. i EXPRESS TRAINS leave IndlanapolH I dallv, except Sunday, for ST. LOUIS and THE WEST. 1ITE only Line running PULLMAN'S cele brated Drawing-room Bleeping OsrsfromN. Y.. Pittsburgh, Columbus, Louisville, Cin cinnati, and Indianapolis, to St. Louis without change. Passengers should remember thnt this Is the ureal west Jiouna noute ior iansns uuy, Leavenworth, Lawrence, Topeka, Junc tion City, Fort Scott and St. Joseph. CallPDAMTO TO KANSAS, for the pur tMlunAN I A Doseofestabllshlng them selves in now hornet, will have liberal discrim ination maue in their favor ny mis .Line, nai factory commutation on regular rates will br given to Colonists and large parties traveling together: and their baggage, emigrant outfit iinustocic will no snippeuon tne mon tavora blo terms, presenting to COLONISTS AND FAMILIES 9ucncomfnrt8 and accommodations as are pre sented by NO OTHER ROUTE. TtCKELS oan be obtained t all the principal Ticket O dices in the Eastern, Middle and Southern States. , C. E. FOLLETT, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis. ROBT. EMMKTT, Esatern Passenger Agent. Indianapolis. JOHN E. SIMPSON, General Superintendent, Indianapolli. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. On and after December 10th, 1871, Trains will un oa fnllnwR! Depart. Depart Athens 0.30 a.m. i:ia f. m. Arrive. Arrive. rolumbus... 9:60 A. af. 8.40 P. at. Pittsburgh.. 8:H5 P. s, l:UUA. M' Cleveland... 8:65 " 7:80 " Xenia 13:10 " 1:W " Dayton 1-05 ' 9:15 " Iticnmomi... 9:m n:w - Indianapolis 6:10 " 1:20 A. M. lilcago 12:19 i. s, o:i Olosn connection made at Lancaster for Clr- deville. Zanesville, and all points on the Cln- Innntland Miiskifliruin Vallev Railroad. Dirout connections made at Columiini roi Dayton, Springfield, Indianapolli, Chicago. ind all points West. Also, for uieveianu ItiifTnln. Pittshurirh. and all nolnts East. Take the Hock inn Vallev and Pan Handle mute to Chicago and the Northwest. It Is the shortostby elxty-six miles, giving passengeri the benefit of quicker time and lower rates than other line. by any J. n . uunnni i , Superintendent. E. A. Bueli, Gen'l Tloket AgH. "BEE LINE." Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway. I an On and after MONDAY. May 8th. 1871. Ex press Trains will IBave COLUMBUS and CRESTLINE and ARRIVE at points named be low, as toilows: Stations. No. 2. No. 4. No. 5. Columbus IlilOam 4il0pm 2:35 sm Crestline lH.BUpm :pm :ouam Cleveland 8:45pm 9:46pm 7:80am Buffalo 10:80 pm 4:10 pm 2:00pm Niagara Falls.... 7 :00 am 6:46am 4:40pm Rochester 1:80am 7:05am 6:06pm Albany 0:45 am 2:00pm l:uam Boston 5:20 pm 11:80 pm 11:00am New York City.. 830 pm 8:80pm 6:40am Crestline 1245pm 8 86pm S85 a m Pittsburg 9 86 p in 185am 8 45pm Harrlsburg 715am 1125 am !40sm Baltimore 10 40 am 9 40pm Washington.... 1 10 pm 625pm Philadelphia,. .11 15 am 815pm 700 am Crestline 1180 pm 7 45p m 5 56am Fort Wayne.... 680am 115am 1185am Chicago 1210 pm 7 80am 600pm iK'iV-No. . leaving Columbus at 4 :10 p. m has a Through Cara Delaware for Sprlngfleld reaching Springfield wlthoutchange at 7:80 p m Train No. a on the Columbus & Hocking Val ley Railroad oonneotwith Ro. 4 Train. Through Tlcknta for sain at Athens. PASSENGER TRAINS returning arrive at Columbus at 12)88 a. m. 11 :15 a. m. and 9 :50 a. m. trFalace Say and Sleeping Cart on All Trains. V KO 0 'leaving uoiumDusas s:wam,n 9unday, runs through without detention, by hnt.h Krla and Now York Central Railways. arriving at New York on Monday morning ai 6:40 A.M. M For particular Information In regard to through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all points East, West, North and South, apply to orauuress a. r unuwoiiiinmi,viMu. S. B. flint, uen. siiperincenaeni. JAMES PATTERSON, Gen. Agent, Oolambui, O. EUGENE FOB D, , t Passe",m " vi n bus.Oi Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE To the Stockholders of the G., McA. & C. R. R. Co. LL persons having subscribed to the Oapl . tnl Btnck of the GalliDolis. HoArthnr I Columbus Railroad Co., are hereby required to make navment to the Secretary of the Oomn ny, at bis office in Gallipolia, Ohio, and parties II v ng In Vinton county, Ohio, may make pay ment, it; If more convenient, to Danish, will President of the Vinton County Hank, imtal menu on thelrsubsoriptlons, as followsi A 4th instalment oi iu .0 percent., on or before T.il- 04 1N7S A 5th Instalment of 10 per cent., on or before August 88. 1878. A 6th Instalmentof 10 per cent, on or before September 88, 1878. t 7th instnl ment of 10 per cent., on or before An 8th instalment of 10 per oent,on or before November 83, 1872. . . A 8th instalment oriu per cent., on or neiors December 83, 1H79. By order of Board of Dlreotorst W. 8HOBER, . Bao'y 0-MoA.AO.E.R.Co, . July I, lflt. ... v. ........ , 'n , BU8UU00- (!lar&0 JOEY GOODS, &o. jgSTABUSHED 18 YEAES T.-B,. TOW EJTjIj WH0LI8ALS DUM1 IN DRY GOODS! AND NOTIONS. Front Street. . . .Portsmouth, Q. J. IT. TOWKLL Is neent for several Mills, and hlshouBtia headquarters for sinny desirable makes of Eastern tioods. All roods will be sold at the lowest possible price. Close uaan liuvers, f irst vian iiraui ir, Whnleaala Peddlers and Fornacemen are par. tlcularly Invited to an examination of his stock MARBLE W0EK3. B. . HIGGIN9 & ER0., Maaafaotnrers of MARBLE MONUMENTS, TOHB STONES. MANTLES, FUEHITUEE, &o.( &c, IiOC3-Ja.1T, OHIO fi OOD assortment of Marble constantly on A hand. All kinds of Cemetery Work Done to order in the finest style. 94 HOTELS. AMERICAN HOTEL nnrnnr Ilirh and Stute Street. netiriy uipoiie oinio ouuio COXiTJ3VCBTJS OHIO. E. J. BLOUNT - - Propriety THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with A all the modern Improvements, uuexis can rnlv nn t.hn liat treatment and VOl'V low hills. street cars pass mis lioiei iinnu iruiu an Railroad Depots. DEPOT HOTEL, CHILLICOTHE, OHIO. M.MERKLE, Proprietor THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Rallroaa TwnnranH whora all traveleis UDOn all trains can take menls.has Just been greatly enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted, Ao., and is now in complete order lor tue re. ception of guests. rrrains slop ten mln. uies ior raeais.- ar iKKaa muuiwka i ISHAM HOUSE, JACKSON, OHIO Dr. X.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor TPHIS House, formerly the Isliam House, has A been thoroughly renovaieu ana nenuu- fullv furnished. Having superior racilllies, AVArvthlnar v win nn nnBiuiiiaKBKunnuii.'uiii- fortable. Table always supplied s supplied wltli Deal furnished Rooms and market affords. Nloeiy mrnin cleanest Beds Good Stables. Every effort raadefortheoomfort of patrons.. All charges moderate. MERCHANT'S HOTEL, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. J.Wi VARNER - - Propretor THIS Hotel Is In the most convenient par of the city on Front Street, between Mar ketand Jerrerson. ATTORNEYS. Q T. GUNNING, LA-WYE MoARTHUPi, OHIO. OFFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIN STREET, D. B SHIVEL, ATTOE1TET JL'l' Ii-"W Mo ARTHUR OHIO. Will attend prompt ly i a. 'Bgal business a trusted to his care in Vlnlou ana atiioinm lunties. Offiob In the Recorder's Offlce. J. M. MoGILLIVRAY, A.TTOI2.1srE"2" JLT Ii-A."W, MoARTHUR, OHIO. trnLL attend promptly to any business VV Divan tntilacare, and management in any Courts of Vinton and adjoining counties. Oiticb In the Court House. Uu Stairs. 18-tf CHARLES W. GIST, Attorney at law ami Notary Pnlilic, ZALESKI, OHIO. WILL attend all legalbuslness entrusted to his care. BuppVy of Blank Deeds and Mortgages always on hand. OwiOai-No. West Wins Bainbrldae Block. U. S. CLAYPOOLE, ATTOBKBT -A.T Djfa."W: McARTHUR, (Prossoutlnj Attorney of Vinton County,) WILL practice In Ross, Vinton and adjoining counties. All legal business entrusted nil osre promptly atienuea to. o-u HOMER C.JONES, ATTOB1TBY A.T L-A."W M.'ARTHUR, OHIO. OFFICE 1st book West of Dan . Will A Bros. Espeolal attention given to theoolleotlon ofolalms. 18-ly TPPP! A1UUU, AiUIIUlUy MUAUU HEDGE PLANTS! Hurier? Stookl Fruit and Flower Plates! Address F K. PHOENIX, BL00MINGT0N NURSERY, JLVH0I3. mo Anraa! Hit veari 19 Greenhouses. Apple 1000 1 yr., ISO; 9 y., 80: 8 y., 140; 4y., 150, 4 Catalogues, 90 oents. o via. AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP, . 'The Best Pump in the World-' "ITJK Agents report over IHOO.OOO worth vy property;avu iromir ire una i enr oj mma fiumpi, being the most powerful force-pumps u the world, as well as Non-freeilng. Bee Ootober number, page 898, alao the Free mlum-Llat, paget8ofthe Am. Agriculturist. This paper never deceives the farmers. Be notice In February number, page 40. Try one. If it don't do the werk claimed, send It back and Set your money, as we warrantour pump i dn all we claim for them on our circulars. Send for oirculars or orders to the Bridgeport MTg Co., No Do Chambers B , new xora. As order for nine No. 1 Pumpi seoares an sx OluilTf WWII Bftnoyt u of Be deceived, but for cough, colds, hoarseness and bronchial diluuulties, tiro at, , wily , WELLS' CARBOLIC TA Worthless Imitations are on v- "iwket, k!kUo i. as in but the only scientillc nreparatwu ' bined with other well known remed; these Tablets, and all panics iiiiioneu my oiner. , . nt Irritation tf ttlO mueoiu y ed, . are ae- membrane these Tablets should be f 1 their cleansing and healing prujwr lonismng. , ,,- Be warned, never ncgloct a cold, it Is ensily cured in Its Inoipiont state, when It hrawmes chronio the cure Is exceedingly dl;n ult, use Wells' Carbolio Tablots as a spocinc JOHN Q. KELLOGG. 18 Piatt St, r York, Sole Agent fur United States. Send fi-i t .rciuur. r rice m cents a dox. - HAND STAMPS' all varieties. 'n-culart free. AGENTS WANTED. W.H.H l iVvis Co., M'f rs. 19 Nassau, N. Y. V 6 1 A made from 60c Call and exaun o or is a III aamules sent, (nostage free.) !(' i '. that , made from 50c Call and exau retail quick for Il6. Jt. X. WOl.U'', Jl Chatham Square, N. Y. v; FREE TO A PwAinvtnsi- tt Standard Bible. 560 lUuMrSRiona, will be sent free to all book agents. Send name snd address ZIEULER A MOCURDY, 188 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. AGENTS TO THE WORKING GLASS, male or fe male. 160 a week aruaranteed. Respectable employment at home, day or evening; so capi tal required; iuu wsirucuoua auu vatuauio package of goods to start with sent free by mail. Address, with 6 cent return stamp, " M. YOTNU CO., 10 Courtland St., New I0r. Psychomancy, - or Soul Charming." How either sex may fascinate and rain the love and affections of any person they choose instantly. This simple menial acquire- lent an can possess, iree, ny man, ior oc. i ether with a Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, )rcams. Hints to Laillcs, Ac A queer, exci ting book. 100,000 sold. Address T. WILLIAM ft CO., fubs. I'hila. AN ELEGANTLY BOUND CANVASSING BOOK for the best and cheapest Family Bible ever published, will be sent free of charge to any book Agent. It contains nearly 500 fine Scriptural illustrations, and agents are meeting with unuracedented success. Address, statinc experience, c, & we will show you what our agents are doing, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. Chicago, 111. ; Cincinnati, Ohio, or St. Louis, Mo. WAS ANTED Experienced Boob Aoimit and Cantxutrrt, in all pi arts of the United Stntes to sell THE MEMOIR Or ROGER BROOKE TAN EY, Chief Sustice of the Supreme Court of mo u. B. DxTMo boo k noreuiiore puuusnea in this country, throws so much light upon our Constitutional and Political History. It is a work of extraordinary interest and of perma nent value to the Historian, the Lawyer, th Statesman, the Politician, and every class of in telligent readers. Jftajr-Sold by Subscription only Gxclusive Territory given. . i amy-r or xerms ior tins ami oiner ropuiar Works, address at once. MURPHY CO.. Pub lishers, Baltimore. IDixty OlTTqas Extra Inducements for Clubs. '- ; SEND FOR NEW CLUB CIRCULAR! Which contains full explanations of Premiums! ac . The Way to Obtain Oar Goods. Persons living at a distance from New York. can club together, and get them at the same l ico as we sen mem at our vvarenouse iu JNey 'ork. In order to get un a clnb. let each oeraon wishing to Join say how much Tea be wants, and select the kind and price from our Pritw List, as published In our circulars. - Write vie name, kinds and amount plainly on a list, and when the club is complete send it to us bv mail. and we will put eavh party's goods In separate adages, ana mars tne name upon ww, witn lie cost, so there need lie no confusion. In distri butioneach party getting exactlv what he or ders, and no more. The funds to pay for goods ordered can be sent by drafts on Now York, U ... rtl 1 V .. we will, if desired, send the good by Express, to "collect on delivery." . The Great American Tea. Company, si s as vesey street, P.O. Box 6643. New York City. It ltf uuL m ulivaiu wiimli uiuv iriva unnnorarv refief to the sufterer for the flirsi few doses, but which, from oonilnued use brings Piles and kindred dinoases to aid In weakeulng the Inva lid, nor I it adoctored liquor, which, under the popular name or "Bitters' is so extensively aimeu on on tnepnnnoas sovereign remedies, UI It IB a HOST r l) WIHFUI, 1 OHIO AMD ILTSHt tivk, pronounced so by the leading medical au thoritics of London and Paris, and has been long uaed by the regular physiolaas of other oounuiet witu wonuenui rememai results. Dr. Veils'. Extract 01 :Ja retains all the medical .virtues peculiar to th plant ana must oe taken as a wonuenui cura live airenL Is there want of action n yor liver and spleenT Unless relieved st once, the blood be comes impure uy aeieterion scorutloaa, prodn olng soroiulous or skin diseases. Blotches, Fel on. Pustules, Canker. Pimples. Ac. Ac Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purify and re store the vitiated blood to healthy action. Have you a Dvineptlo StomaehT Unless digestion is promptly aoded the system lsdebil- uatea witn loss or vital loroe, poverty of tne Blood, Dropsical Tsudenoy, General weakness or Lassitude. Take It to assist digest ten with reaction, Will impart youthful vigor to the weary anfTerer. Have you a weakness of the Intestines? You are in danger of Chronic Idarrhoia or th dreaulul inflammation or the Bowels. Take It to allay Irritation and ward off ten, denev to inflammations. Have you a weakness of the Uterine or Urinary Organs? You mnst procure iastant relief or you are liable to suffering worse than death. Take It to strcngchen organlo weakness or me Decomei a oilmen. , - Finally it should be frequently taken to keep the ay item In perfect healtk or yea are other win In great malarial, miaimatioor contagious aiseases. - ., JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt Bt, New York uoie agent ior tne uniieartiatea. Frioe II per Bottle. Send Ior Circular. aRXSLBT CAMPAIGN MUSIC! With s Picture of Greoley A Brown. nAl .tivA. ITIvmm. Snnff and Choras. Cor- ww"-. jt m .... ham . ..ooe. He always Wear an Old Whit Hat Song and Chorus. Macarty . v ;- I80 The Farmer goes Chopping on His Way. : Song and Chorus. 11 iggins. ..... . sSc Greeley and Brown's Galop to th White , House. Dresslor... 40c Greeley's Grand March. Smith 40c Greeley's Favorite Polk. Btrate..., .40c Any of the above m sited, on receipt of mark, ed price. Address, J. L. PETERS, 600 Broad way, New York. ..... Rend AO cents for the latest number of PK TEltU MUSICAL MONTHLY, and Von-WjU get eight or nine choice piece oi new music September 95, lmOw '" ' TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, havlnc been permanently cured of thatilroaddlease,Oonumptlon, by simple remedy, is anxious to mane snows his lellowsiitTerersthe means of euro. 'To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre scription used, (free of charge), wlthihe, dlVeo. tlonaror pi sparing ana umng m wnicn they will nnd a sure OCRs roa COHSimmos ASTBMa. IIkonouitis o. Parties wlshlBgth preicnpiion win piease anara v . Rev. EDWARD A. WILH0H, 'i IKSPeiinSt Willlamsbnrgh, ' Appointment Notice. to NOTICE Is hereby given that thennrlerslfned has been appolniixl and qualified as Ad ministratrix On tn estate of James H. Mundy, lateoi nrasningnin ujuoii, icm,iinwii., SARAH A.MUNBY, Adm'X. OotobetW,18T9.-4ir - f Appointment Notice. ADDRESS —TO THE— DEMOCRACY OF OHIO! Democratic State Executive Committee Rooms, Columbus, October 14th, 1872. To the Democracy of Ohio : ' It i The ' result of last Tuesday's election shows that' Ohio was lost t?y the failure to poll the usual- Democratic vote. Morti fvinar as is the fact, iufitipflfn thfi Idheral ', Repuhlicans,1 and ' an earnest desire to "retrieve' the misfortune, require us to declare it In our chief towns the Lib eral strength exccede4.Qur.m0st sanguine estimates. In the country it fell short; but the ag gregate of Liberals in city and country who voted . our State Ticket, added to. the Democratic vote of 1868, .would have over come the Republican majority at that election and the negro vote combined, and given us vic tory. 1 Can we repair the mischief? We can. Four-fifths of the Democrats who stayed at home, last Tuesday can be induced to vote for Greeley in November. Those who will absolutely refuse to go to the polls will be coun terbalanced m numbers by those Republicans who went against us last Tuesday, but will vote br Greeley. We have only to poll our usual Democratic vote to snatch from defeat a glorious victory. The . Liberals stretch forth the hand. Shall we refuse to take it ? The prostrate and plundered South cries out for help. Shall we be deaf to their appeal? By Greeley s election we ; can restore prosperity and good government to the South, kind feeling to the now hostile sections, honesty and honor to he civil service : respect for the Constitution and laws to the Na tionaL Administration. ' , Could we do" more with a Democrat in the Presidency ? Could he ex pect that co-operation in Con gress which Mr. Greeley ' would command I Are patriotic Demo crats willing ' to lose all the beneficent results of a vic tory" out of a personal hostil ity to. Greeley, or ' disgraceful lethargy ? . ' Are Ohio Democrats ready to let.' our yet pure and proud State become debauched and hopelessly subjugated, like Pennsylvania, by hordes of mer cenaries paid by public plunder? Fellow Democrats 1 Our union with the Liberals in Ohio has not been fruitless. It has given us Hamilton county by near six thousand majority, which secures the Constitutional Convention and the Legislature and an Uni ted States Senator next year, if we make a brave fight this Fall. Should both Ohio and Penn sylvania go for Grant, the chances are still in favor of Greeley's election, r Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and In diana, added to those border and Southern States which are cer tain for Greeley, will give him a clear maiontv. ' ; . We have already by a vigorous and aggressive fight, forced the Grant party to its knees, and can conquer it in November. Fellow Democrats : Work till November, heartily and hopefully.- The Liberals will take care 01 themselves. ; Let every Democratic County Committee get a list of those Democrats in each township who failed to vote last Tuesday, and direct its efforts to them. . ' Bring out this laggard vote, and the fight is won in Ohio and tho Republic. John G. Thompson, Chairman; 'Jacob Reinhard, ' Amos Layman, , , M. A. Daugherty, " ; E. B. Eshelman, Secretary ; ' Democratio State Ex. Com. a to . ; When the canvass in Illi nois began, General Grant's ed itors were understood to make observations about - 76,000 ma jority. ' They have now got down to 20,000, and they are .warned by. their Liberal cotcmporaries that they have still got" their majority something like 35,000 too high. , .; RALLY AGAIN. Honest Men Cannot Be Defeated. Address of the Liberal Republican Committee. LIBERAL REPUBLICAN STATE EX. COM. COLUMBUS, October 10th, 1872. The smoke of Tuesday's bat tle has cleared away so that we are now able to report fully the results.' v.; ' - We have met an army of vet erans, flushed with years of vic tory and supplied to repletion with - all "'tlia -weapon-that party in power could furnish, with all the resources of a great Government at command, and yet in our first onset victory crowns our banners. It has been conceded upon all hands that the loss to Grant in October of either of the three great central States then voting would be victory for Greeley in November. Indiana is ours, and Ohio can be ours, and it only remains now to gather promptly the fruits of victory. Ohio has done nobly. Grant s majority of 40,000 in 1868 has been cut down to a beggarly ten or twelve thousand upon the first onset We have carried eight members of Congress out of twenty-one a clear gain of three from the stronghold of the e.nemy, and in spite of the most outrageous districting bill ever passed by a Legislature to ger rymander a State. Greeley and Brown are 20,000 stronger in Ohio 'to-day' than any man upon our State ticket, and hence, if we do our duty, the State can be carried like whirlwind in November. That our success on Tuesday is not a delusion, but real and substantial, is evident by com parison with any vote polled du ring the past ten years, and hence we have every reason to move lorwara with connaence and hope to the final conflict in November. Even without Ohio in Novem ber, the election of Greeley and Brown is substantially assured, as will appear from a considera tion of the following table of Electoral votes. The whole number necessary to a choice is 184: For Greeley. Alabama..' '. ;...10 Arkansas 6 California.... 6 Connecticut 6 Delaware 3 Florida 4 Georgia 11 Indiana 15 Kentucky 12 Louisiana.., 8 Maryland 8 Missouri 15 New Hampshire 5 New Jersey 9 New York 35 Tennessee :. 12 Texas 8 Virginia... 11 West Virginia 0 Total. .189 For Grant. Iowa 11 Kansas 5 Maine- Massachusetts 13 Michigan 11 Nebraska 3 Pennsylvania .29 South Carolina... 7 Vermont 6 Total 91 Douhtful States. Dlinois., 21 Minnesota.... 6 Mississippi..... 8 Nevada ... North Carolina 10 Ohio:..;.;:.;...:;..;.. 22 Oregon..... .' :3 Rhode Island... Wisconsin 10 V a rt w Mil ' ui tne aoubtiui states : our chances are at least even for one-half of them,' which is abun dantly sufficient to make up any possible defection in thoBe States counted'eertain' for Greeley and Brown. ' " ' We have every reason, there-; fore, to move forward with confi dence and courage. ,- October, it is true, has not fully decided , the Jrresidential contest in our favor as we had hoped,., but the pre ponderance of results is with us, and all that we have to do is to close up our lines and use the advantages gained, and 'as .'sure as November shall come, victory is ours. j We trust, therefore, you will at once proceed to complete and perfect your 'organization wher ever any deficiencies exist -Organization down to 'school dis tricts, so that every vote will fee at command, is what is needed more than anything else: bee every man.- Convince the doubtful and:. confirm the wavering. Make and revise full lists of Liberal Republicans in your township, and at once for ward to us . and also to your County Executive Committee. Do the work that is necessary to be done, and November will consummate ' the victory which October has so auspiciously be gun. : R. BRINKERHOFF, Ch'n Lib. Rep. State Ex. Com. H. M. FAILING, Secretary. The Wyoming Election. The election- for Delegate to Congress in Wyoming Territory took place last month, but the official returns have just come to hand. Wyoming Territory e a h a . j joins her sister Territories 01 Dakotah, Montana, Idaho and New Mexico in repudiating Rad icalism. Wyoming is now rep resented in Congress by a Radi cal. The following is the vote : Jonet. Steel. Countiet. Adm. JDem. Albany 359 663 Carbon... 79 261 Laramie... ; 518 672 Sweetwater 399 186 Uintah 116 160 Total 14711742 Majority for Col. Steele, (Dem.) 271. The defeated can didate, Wm. T. Jones, is the present Delegate. His majority two years ago was 235. Demo cratic gam, 505. The Cabinet officers each receives $8,000 a year for at tending to the peoples business at Washington. This year they have run off from their duties without any leave from the peo ple, under the pretense of in forming the latter how they should vote. If they steal time not given them for their own use, is it not the same as if they stole money ? We maintain it is. They thereby set an exam ple to all he officers of the country to do the same. Thus every head of an office considers himself privileged to neglect it and to go upon the business of electioneering. The steal be comes bigger. Then the subor dinates improve the opportunity to steal, not time, but money. This is the effect of having the Cabinet in the field. The city of Chicago on the 9th of October ; celebrated the anniversary ; of the fire which devastated such a large portion of its territory one year ago. The enterprise and activity it has since shown in building up the burned district and re-establishing trade and manufactures prostrated by the catastrophe, have perhaps no adequate par allel in the history of the world. On all parts of the continent, and even in Europe, this strange celebration at Chicago yesterday will excite a deep and sympa thetic interest. 3 4 There are two families in Elgin, HI, named Washington and Arnold. Each polls six votes, and every Washington will vote for Greeley, and every Arnold for . Grant That must settle the matter, though the Washingtons of to-day are not quite up to the , reputation they bore one hundred years ago. The valley of the Nile is to have a railroad 600 miles long.