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) r itioe ratic Enquirer
. m. JUKfc KVEBI TrjUsSDAT MOMMO, 1
c"lAL ORGAMOE vlNTOW COUNTY
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siore, cornet Main ud Loeutt Strut, ait
0 the Court Home.
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??rrT Vinton County'. --Adeurtiicrs anil
will please make a note oj this.
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' TJLCBIAS KTJBBARD, or Logan.
For 8up ue Judge,
WILLIAM E. TINCK.of rcrry.
citiiKiiVR BITCHES, otCybog. "
" For BiUool Commissioner,
J. T. K1RRWOOD, ot Eencc.
t-. v: o ' for Clerk of Supreme Court,
JnHV M. WEBB, of Mahoning.
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Thasks. Hon. H. M. Onderdonk,
who is contesting the seat of Jones in
the Ohio Se'nato, will accept our
thanks for State Documents. -
UNITED STATES SENATOR.
The Democratic members of the
Ohio Legislature met in caucus, at
ffnlnmhiia fin Mondav evening of last
- " O
week. , The caucus was in session less
than one hour. But one ballot was
had ; and the vote stood as follows:
a " k' fi. Tlinrmnn 51
,, C. L. Vallandigham 24
... , After the result of the ballot was
. declared, one of the members from
- Montgomery county, (.tne nomooi arc.
Vallandigham,) moved to make the
vote unanimous, and it was concurred
in without a dissenting voice. Mr.
Hughes, member from Butler count',
remarked at the same time, "We are
all Thurman men now." All was
done quietly and in ordr no cheer-
. . w 1 I M. .1!
mg. Harmony ana goou resting
characterized the proceedings of the
Hon. A. J. Swaim,the member from
this county, voted in the caucuB for
. The members of the "loyal" party
were much disappointed; they ex
pected a quarrel a 'general quarrel
among the Democrats. ' They wanted
to see it, but were sadly disappointed.
The friends of Thurman and of Val
landigham have no quarreling to do
. J . '. r, i. nAaB -
BO. UVIUUUBbl ailUUB Ultt&V UYC1 tt
victory achieved . by one over the
other. The frionds of Vallandigham
ana tne irienas oi i nurman maae an
earnest struggle for the nomination
oi each gent'eman. and said many
things that should not have been said;
but all is over now let' us cordmlly
' acquiesce in the decision.-
.' Mi . m A . 1 A i
UCrO 101. HXio ii.Mi.vvi .v.. uiwu,
"We wish all those who were displeas
. ed before the meeting of the caucus
well arid hope that . -
"Vot ware of troubl "mny Wll croM toelr
pewefnl breast." '
Oti Tuesdoy both Houe mot 'and
- votea lor ocnuwr. - au , uivluuoib
of the Hous were present and voted,
except MrKmKDr Democrat : who
tois. Abflent on aecontit or sicraess in
TsU "famUy. Afl Jbo mberB' of tb
Senlte wr pr'eient. This Eepubli
cans put old Bea. Wade in nomina-
tion. The result of the vote was as
I .ti . - .
iv rut swaw
-A. G. Thurman
B. F. Wade............... 1.
J, Majority for Thurman...
IN THE HOUSE.
A. G. Thurman.
1). F. Wiide...
v. . .Thurman's majority 6
-Thurman's majority -on ' joint'
Judge Thurman will properly rep
resent the(interests of this, State in
the United States .Senate : thing
that Wade has never done.
, Eighth Congressional District,
The Democracy. of tho Eighth' Con
gressional District have elected II. T.
Van Floet and Ym. M. Eandull as
dclcgates.to, the National Convention.
They nominated Barnabus Burns, of
Richland county for Congress. Mr.
Burns is. an able and popular man,
and, with proper effort, can be elected
to succeed M. Hamilton, who lately
deceased. The following were the
resolutions of the Congressional Con
vention: .; ,.v
"Resolved by the Democracy of the
Eighth Congressional District in Con
vention assembled, That we reaffirm
our approval and faith inlhe platform
of principles as adopted at our recent
8th of January Contention at Coliyn
bus, and hereby adopt the .same as
our platform in the Congressional con
test now pending in this District.
- ' u Resolved That we Hereby pledge
our undivided and unconditional sup
port to tho candidate this day nomin
ated." , , -
The election takes place on the 27th
of January. ..
The Ohio 'Legislature is going to
work in the right .direction.. They
propose not only to reduce the ex
penditures of the State Government,
reduce taxation as far as consistent
n oe ia oi.wp peop.e, out to
investigate the frauds which h Ave
been norpetratod during Abolition
misrule. -; .
GOOD NEWS!-LOOK HERE!!
.The popular " firm of Dan.
TYill & Bros, is again being
represented in the Dry Goods
Market by ."Aaron Will, who is
buying for cash another large
and complete assortment of dry
and fancy goods, of new and
late styles, which they will sell
at greatly reduced figures. It
is not necessary for us to say
that better bargains and better
goods can not be had at any
other House in this part of the
Be sure and give them a call
before going elsewhere.
. Campaign Digest of the Presi
dential CoNTesT. This paper will be
issued during the Presidential cam
paign, commencing Fobruary 1, 1868.
It will be a high toned Democratic
journal, in favor of Equal laws special
privileges to none; reflecting public
sentiment in all parts of the .country
and on all public measures; in favor
of Equal Bounties and Bounty Laws;
it will condense the political opinions
of the leading statesmen and editors
of the two great parties, on all ab
sorbing questions of the day. It will
give items each week from all parts
of the country, and Irom the seat of
government, showing the inside work
ings of public institutions.
It will contain a list of office hold
ers and fat offices, and of the pilferers
of pnblio money, aid show how they
work. It will advocate the repeal of
t'le stamp tax-reduction of tax on
labor taxing of Bonds- paying them
off with legal tender as they mature,
and the granting to soldiers or thuir
heirs (not as partisans) Equal Bounties
and Bounty Land. . Soldiers are re
quested to prepare and send us peti
tions to Congress asking for the en
actment of equal money and Land
Bounty Laws. The cheapest paper
in the country.
Single copies, fl 50; club of ten to
one address, 812; clubs of twenty to
one address, 820. Address,
DIGEST OFFICE, Washington, D. C.
Wm. Allen Jfitchener k Co., Publishers.
, " National. Ble8sino " How doea
thf Vinton Eecord like the "national
bUssing" that so often stares poor
people in the face? We think this
great "national blessing" has becofne
too "grievous to be-bourne much
longer. The Record and the bond
holders aro well .pleased , with the
"btessinff." It is nonsense to talk to
the Jtecori ibont paying off the
"national 'tleMlng' ia greenbicfci
that TVould be " repudiation I "
' TheZaleski Furnace Comp nyare
letting out contracts to woocfl
pers. Those wishing ' eropliynient
had better go and get a Job.
Samuel Swcpston , lias jnst jpm
pleted a new Wagon Shop, on Seond
street, and is prepared to makf'wag
ons. buTfies. ic. and to do al kinds
of work in that line in a satisfactory
WWUUVi . . . .... . , ., .
Solomon Shipley is erecting fine
bulidinir. on Second street, in which
he. js. flttingup a Hall for theenefit
of the public generally.
The Zaleski Furnace blowdd out
last week, and will not start agipn un-j
til about the 1st of May. . ?N
D. -Mclntyre, as will be seen by re
ferring to an advertisement, offers a
reward for a cow that strayed away
a few days ago. , , f
F. . E. . Shryock, , on Commercial
street, is doing a fine business in the
stove, tin, copper, and sheet iron trade,
Two School Di rectors 4 ars to be
elected in the Independent School
District, at the next annual election.
Somebody, calling herself or, him
self '.'Justice," after a "voura truly,"
in rh J?rhn a.ninor that, ia in fnrnr!.
f Lu .11 u.'ih
v. -iv w. i
taxes in the District and the rich com-,
pany paying little O.r nothjng, ai
nounces an Independent Ticket. . We
hope the ticket is in favor of the Za-
vvujju;,p;m8 .v yu
91 lots in the District ' of which we;
have spoken before.
P. S. , Since writinir the bove. wa '
t-ft.-l-j .. .
iinvo uccu iiiixji hi nti Luni an eiet'Lidi..
. . . , ..
wi mu iuuiuid nua 'lc,u u" ouvur-
day last. . James Boyd and Christ
,,. ' u - r .. .
Stoecklm, who are in favor of taxmir
those 91 lots, were elected for three
, - ,.
years. Glory enough forgone cold
oayi , wonder it the "we , tne "us or
the Echo has "hearn" about what has
came to pass in the city among ( the
The unequal taxation organ, which
always speaks for the "Company,"
says:, ".We have been putt nr out a
paper at a cost to us of about $1,200
a year, and are now some three or
" - .
four hundred dollars out of pocket."
We advise the "we" and the "US" of
Echo to attend the Sunday SchooL
aad the intelligent Superintendent,'
Mr. P. Plumfall, will read in the Bibto!
about "what "becomes of liars.'!
Tho Echo says a revival ia in pro
gress at the M. E. Church. Its "we"
and "us" ought to stop loafing among
tho sinners and attend it.
The new road, leading from Zaleski
to Eannells', on the McArthur and
Logan road, is now open and a mail
John Oshman has opened a Barber
Shop in Zaleski. !
As soon as Raccoon Creek is im
proved and ready for boats, a compa-
nr nt felpslri hurt hPn formnr! nsl
ny t laieSKl nS DCen lormea
will be ready to build all kinds of.
boats to run on the stream.
We notice in the Cincinnati Gazette
that Mr. J. P. May, Master of tke
t, .. ,
Kailroad Car Shops, at Zaleski, was
-v mj.-, -
presented on Christmas by the em-,,un,,i
ployees of that department with a
beautiful and COStly Gold Watch and
ri,a;T, ksl. k-
"Presented to J. P. May, as a token
P.. -n A A,.-i.t
jwubii vi mo iunjicivu a,
Cincinnati Railroad, December 25,
iqct nr- : . ' . .i v x
1867. Mr. May is one of the best
mechanics in the United States, and
the cars built in that , shop, under his
supervision, are among the most
beautifully finished cars to be found
on any road in the country.' He
really deserves praise? ' ;
' The Linisley House,Davis Dtncan,
Proprietor, if a very convenient place
for travelers to stop. . ; ,
Thi Best Baeoaiws ! Will k Co.,
of Zaleski, are again receiving a vari
egated supply of the latest and. best
styles, which were purchased by Aaron
Will, one of theJrm, expressly for
this market, and which , will be sold
at very low rates.
Give them an early call. ,i
j Thi Raccoon Biyer Navigation Co.
are quaking preparations to "let ' con
tracts for , the bnilding of Dams',
XQcks etc.) tt ia' aaii, that that the
enterprise u bound to be a sufxcs.v
Get It and Trt It. The llome
4iuiMi(n. Ihf cbfptl nd bft lllintr-
ui UW, M.g.ln. publi.h.d. Pilled
wkhlfiJ iUuitrsted fwhions, choice;
tones, pov i . ,'
me thing for m young out.
Urh end ipiensi
fttcutl rftiaioc olilu
$10 per dy; be.id, P"trJ Benl cU "n
ebnoeforeTer.yu'bfcrpt;on ln 1 60
i. ..... in..oni. Rmr.'e coplee wnb
lint of prixe, nd terme r.d iBsl-.,""" 10
agent, by enclosing & eenta. Agenu .""
ed erery where. Addrees HoMi AMOStrntK',
8 Neeeau 8tiet, New York.
people, snd the si.premaoy of the onil
o-ca eo neeoa..rvu - -- -'
to deliver over tn elites to the political and
Mciai eontrol of Negroes end to place th
liberties an i fortunes of thwhits
! ' iL..!.. In th hantli Af a kauri.
,nd Jhat it would inevitably lead
either to a war of rae or to th Afrioanl
the i;,,,,,, the MOi.
moua and eoueedsd frauds in the creation o
'Irom lne DU"uo" " ueu'' ,u." wenoy or
n(wllion it, ,i.syl t0 oor,upt ud enslave, and
our Government iro.a the reproach of pay-list
"""jBBivsiioi revruiug rr
' the' shortest b
Rnolvtd Tbt the Deniocraoy of Ohio con
eramlale the country upon the improved
aspect of political affairs evidenced by
the State electioni of 1867, ai.d that thev
look forward with hope and confidence to
the result of that momentous etrugile, up
on whioh they r about to enter, and upo
Vhich depends, in so gret a degree, th. fu
mV p and prosperity of the Uni.n
twdoid That, unalterably opposed (o tle
JootrinVwhioh lead to consolidation, w
renew wiTjn flagging seal and increased
eofrv.- ur ijuchtiient ao that pohtiea'
omd.Vhlch u$rr ta " if
Ji4llSjsKr.rniiation through troubU
TnTdt.'s.ie7;-1irwe.! M good fortune n.l
properity. wh'ch ws thus expressed hj
Thomr.s Jefferson: "Equal and exact j'f
tice to all men, of whatever slate or persu
sion telipious or political peace, oommerce
and hooeat friendebip with all nations, en
tangling alliances with none; the tupt'ort of
the Sta e Governments in all their right, as
the most competent adminisir lion of our
j..utin nnmrna and the surest bulwark
against anti-republican tendencies; the pre
servation or the uenerai unmiun.. n.
i.t- nnntitutional viltor as the sheet
anchor of peace at home and safety abroad;
i.almi. nitre of the rights of elections b
v... .... . . . .
nai tti muiiarv nutnuij
Keioktd, that we eonaemn in teicisinnvp
nsttrpat'ons or Congress, and particularly
th several acts of reconstruction, so-called.
ii ?i0laiive or tne ions nuuuuni vu,wVu
between the States, and as utter!, uhverslve
f tyety principle, of eelf-govcrnnient that
j j8,jguihes a tree peopvu.
Retohtd That we- are opposed to toy
. k..k nniie that lha Inteirrliv
ot the i'nion was ever nrotien-. nai any oi
s. mmbers were ever out and that we de
i.rmin.lv insist that the Soutiern. Slates.
. . t
wiih the reuerai uoniraui cui cu i
th f" State recognition and unstitu.iona
representation in Congress, and the electoral
Ju,. ,,;,-n to all th States, and that de
nial of it to them by Congress and its effjrts
diolate by military force a Government
r unconstitutional, rstoluiionary
p..nlid. Thai w are opposed, both In
prinoiplnd pol'try, lo,negro mffiage; that
the Slat of Ohio having by the emphatic
msjority or OU U0 rejeoisn it ior uerfrn m
sternly opposed to it forced imposition up
on other tat, and that we stigmatiie such
an imposition by th Federal Government as
a most base usurpation.
Steolvei, That the practical elect or tne
ii,.(v- v - Y 4 ' 1
st, arcording to the ttrms of the several
ten of Congt-s. under' which the bonds
representing th debt were issued, but nut
otherwise, aud we are opposed to any plan
tor expending the times of payment, thus
t increasing to amount or gold tntemi to
1 nior than the principal, or to any deolm a
r lotier being in insurrtcnuu, or war,.,
lion ry ongre" .u.. jj. uu ,.
b . in gold, which would Tirtually add ..tor.
a thousand million to the burthen of
the debt, and to tl. whole iosaue financial
pelicy of which thee measures are a part.
Jteeolvtd, l'hat, neither forgetting or deny.
iag our ancient faith thai gold' and silver
coin forn the currency of the Constitution,
we deolar that th tire-twenty bonds should
be paid in th same currency received by the
GoVernrjjcnt lor their isine. and that by th
withdrawal of ihe monopoly granted to the
National Hanks this result can be accom
plished without an uniueor dangerous in-ori-se
!' paper monev, rw the only circu
lating medium, thu relieving out people
ing a lavoreu ciass in goia. wnue aisonarg
ing its debts to all othen, ineluding pnn-
intiB Ln widows and aulditra. in l.n inl'mini.
"'". Thl th' P'1" "oiatw no law,
I impairs no cotttraot, breaks no frviih, and
iasieadof retarding return to tpe ie pay.
because Ihe only Safe
the crosertv of ihe
oountry, iooluding he Government bonds
! hioh tecelvM tl. eannl protection of th
oernmaut, ahouii bear au equal shar in
its burthen. .
Reiohei, That w Indignantly rrjeat the
,P"oipi derived fiom ih feudal system-
k,t ma masse of the people belong to the
Governments under which ihey liv. which
,u uln" is conienaeu rnr oy ine
mou.rchie of ; Knrop. . including flre.i
j urilin' ono subject always a sujeo.
iDai. w uu vue contrary mniutain mat an
individual can, by emigration and resldenc
In auotner country, forswear his previous
allegiance, and be admitted into all the of.wi
and political right ot bis new borne thai
American ciiisens by adoption and na'.orsl
iiation are entitled to, all th right as be
tween us and foreign powers hich ean br
claia.d by our native born citixens, aad it
is the duly of the tederal Uovernment. U
protect Shd maiatain them by every means
within its power.
RaoWed, That the people will sustain An
drew Johnson, President of the United
Btates, in bis struggle with Congressional
usurpation, and that w pledge th Demoora
of Ohio to aupport him in ail Constitu
tional messares to telisve th whit people
of , ,b South from toe nero governmeui
oow being lmpnsea upon tnem.
Ruolvd, That tht fortitude and gallantry
.r iour soldier in th recent civil war, ir
Oeirnn ----- -7
uralitude or tne country, nu mej aueuiu
ever b remembered by it in it bounties. '
r,talvtd. That the Democracy of Ihe eoun-
... bv n sit her th purpoe aor desire to
.ton ett tfbt of to Sutes lately in rs-
Barrett'a , Vegetabla Hair. Restoro
m tUtLJtiiJiiUIui, JUML
, towiti9fyBn(i 0:aern(1dt.cr. oof tho afore-
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than ... . .... .,!. t, ...
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If Oren backs ari ood enonoh for the Mer
chant, Farnmr, Mechnnlo, onil Roldier, who
pay tuxes, they are good euough for the Bond
holder, who pays uo taxes.
TTSTRAYEP from th subscriber In Za
t!i lukki.u white and red suottetl cow. with
urooyrri horns and short tall. Was Just sem
one mile west from Vinton Htatlon. A liberal
reward Will U paid any person giving Inform
ation that Will leud to the discoyerjr of said
cow. D. McIKTYRK.
Jan. 23, 18C8-3W
male tf Ohio, Vinton dunty
Duyid C. Bklnner, PlalntlfT, 1 In Court Cora
against wnon I'lea. Or- ,
Ann McGiniiis.ct. al.,Derts. J der anil Uecreo.
Puisuant tothe command of nn order and
docreo Issued from the Court of Common Pleas
of Vinton county, and State of Ohio, and to
me directed as Sheriff of said count', 1 will
otter for sale at public auction, nt the lJoor of
th Court House, In tho Town of MoArtuur, la
tl" county aforesaid, on
Tuesday, the 25M Day ofFebruary,
A. D. 1863,
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, tho
following described ands and tcnemouts, situ
ate in the county of Vinton, and tut a of Ohio,
N- Kven (No. U J of 'Range Number
ixtcen (No. 16,) containing Hlx Hundred and
orty Acres, De me name inoru or less.
Takoti as the nroperty of Ann McUinnls et,
aaw conn innivor oi uavia nKinner.
ADDraised at - and mast brinz two
thirds of thnt sum.
Turuuof alo-M:ashInliand at the time of
JOHJI J. SnOCKET,
Knowles A Lortmes, Atty'a for Pl'fT.
January 23, lWU-aw-U
RILLIANT PROGRAMME -
THE NEW TORI MEROUEI
, FOB 1868. '
With ill New Tear, this standard H'er
ay weekly will commence it thirtieth
volumi, and arrangersents have been mads
which will largely add to the attraotinn
that" have already rendered it on of th
most popular weeklies published la Amer
The V'ew York Mtreury has now bsn ia
existence Twenty Years, and was a liter
ary and pecuniary success long before the
brnri of flimy stury-paper no attempt
ing to compels with it had a " local hab
itation r a nsrre " It stands, in all re
npfots, at th head of its class in lis, ia
the variety and excellence of its matter,
and in tee rutimation in which it is held
by the Reading Public Containing about
double the amount of letterpress com
prised in the columns of any other week
ly publication that has endeavorci to fel
low in its wale, it embraces every depart-'
meut of ticiion and of Fact whl-h cm
for the people by an extnordinary
flourish of trumpsts. for it ba required
no bolstering, its steady progress in oir
eulaiion and popularity being due to th
talear, taste, and originality of its coa
tsut. In short, it has advriisd it1f.
Among the salient features of the New
Volume win he striking
ORIGINAL E OMANCE,
J. F. SMfTH
author of Stanfield Hall, Tht Banker' t Se-
tret, Sir Bernard Gat ton. Woman nd Her
. jiosur, ew.. si new story, rrom
Ue pen of one of the fii-st foglish novel-
of the day, will open wi'h the Nw
TUP CHILD OF THE PRAlRIB,
originally written for tho New Tork Jfr
tury by the late Dr. Rohinaqn, ten yrars
age. has, at th instance of a large Dum
ber of readers, just been recommenced in '
its columns, and a rapid succession of
serial stoties and novelet!, by leading
American and English romsnotsts, will
a lorn ihe pages of the Grsat Faiiilt
WctXLT durinp th noiirs af th year.
The we kly Table Talk, with Its unrival
ed budget of original humorous sketches,
p.'icrv. and correspondence; the Ladici'
Pumenadi, to wbieh more it an one huu
re 1 young ladies in vurious parts of tht
oiumry conlribiitf ; the J.iUrary and Art
Notei, the fairy Storiet for iMttt Folk,
the eoittempoianeusc rdinol of American
Sporti and Pattimei aid other distinguish
ing and special fr'ur of the paper will
he continued, and nw uns will be added
hitherto anmbaeed In th plan of any
literary parser published In America.
; In brief, the -baraetei1 of the New Tork
Xercury as a Literary and Story paper of
the Highest Class will not only be sus
tained but greatly enhanced by lb New .
Arrangements nad for the year 1868
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CAULPWBLI. WHITNEY, PnVi. ,'
. ?. ,.;1U Fnlton tlrtet. Sew Torlrl '"
[Reported by J. K. WILL, Dealer in Dry Goods, &c]
ApplesGreen, per bushel 6075
do ineu l.w
1.60 to 2.2y
85 to 30
15 to 25
16 to 20
8 to 10
Flour, per bbl
Molasses, Sorgo. . ..'.'......
..:.B0 to 60
....35 to 40
........ 3 10
Salt, per bbl.
LUNG HA f i S A. Iff ,
wnn tnt crtse or .
A I' Ail J Jr If I S Tr AT IIAHIOIT
Such as Coughs, Negleoted Colds, Tain in
th Chest, and all diseases of the lungs.
gvClergyinn should use tho Bakom for
ineir 1 urvaia. . .
THI9 Bnlfsm is In'rodnced lo the stitTcrinl pnblio
otier merits for posit-ve cure of etich teent
ho. hpon fnliv tested. Thcfnrmu' from tthlh it ia
SroVawl is referred to by ti e leading n.ed caioor
Sli ep beinaeqnal to any rrei-crlption thr-t $n be
TlV RRlaam l consequently, rccomn.end. d hjihy-
ipmniu ii 1- 1 r
suciets. . . t?J,
As an Expeetornnt it ins ro r.ql
Wb eopr Ihe following interwting letter from W,
Hnrns m the MttUllebnrv, Vt., RegtUer, Nov. 80. :
Ma Emms:- It is only to mibsnrve theinterex
hnmanilvthatlreq.iesthnrt spseein your vslin,
hie nHrertn inform the public wlint Allen's tun,
Hslsain ,s sure to do. Two veers ago I was attacked
with s SfTere cold; it settled in my thront, which so
nflected the organs ofspeech that I could n.,t spealc
aloud for r.esrly mx seeks. 1 got through Ihe winter
coughing nighi" alrniort ineessimcly. - with celd night
wentK, with increased ir-ltntoiri, which exttnded in-
to the Bronchial tubes snd which k ept me coughing
nil slimmer. 1 was at Sliorelnm on a rofepsiont
visit the past Octolier, when the "good Munariean"
eame along introducing Allen's l.ung Haissminto
New Ei.glnnd. 1 procured a bottle end look it ac
cording to direet;ons, and found nninediste relief. I
have now teken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. ror the past two yeers, or during the time ot
the Bnl sain has almost iflectnally regulated. Wo
tauiilyshnul I be without this .valin.bl medicine. I
see by Hi w'e-tein pnpers that the physicians of
Cincinnati (wh-re the n edicineisnmnui.inred) r
introducing 11 inw mc.r y i..,v.-, . ...... .
it will soon become a clnsu'cal reniedifll agent for the
cure ofall disease" ofvhe thront, Bronchiai tulies.and
the lungs. KATU L HAKKIS, ih. v., Dentist,
1110 '"-K - ..... ,,...... ... v in lorn
The proprietors ot this valnntile Hsleam take pleas
ure in calling to t trie attention of all medicine deal,
era, desiring that thev procure a supply of it, and,
recommend it to tlietramicieu pa rmis mm menu.
It will stand the tent lor merits, a has the eel eurateU
Perry Davis' Pahi Killer,
wniunnas uu ,miu-r.. . 1 - -
Ited world, and ia everywhere apprecinleil snd soujtliS .
tier, Th Balsam 1 for sale by most of the leading
Irug Ists, antl can giwnp vv ir,.,,, ,, ,u .uj
quantity desired, by the country deniers.
J. HAliRW 0., Sole rioprtetors,. .
For sale by ....
0. W. 8isson. Druggist, McArthur, Ohio,
Dr J. A. Monaban, Druggist, llaaden,
R. 8. Wl.coX, llaniden
p unify your blood
For the Cws of
Canker, Salt Rchum, Eteysipelss, Serofulou
Diseases, Cutaueous, and every kind f
disease arising from au impura
. Riat of tho B!oo.l.
Th it ffeotive Blood rnrifir of iL Nin
teen:h Ccntu'y I
jQyThls Syrup, with the Cerate, w will
warrant to cure auy hard cose f Old
Sores no matter how loug sending,
ata8oU bj tttagisu GeuersllY.TjSB
For f sle by
S. W, Sission. Druggist, MeArthur;
Dr. J. A. Moaabau, Ramdea,
R. I. Wittox, Humdcn.
rever stntl Ague . and CkUtl
Best Remedy la Cure
. DaTIS' tain killer.
Dirwii'ons for itt Use.
TAKE I spoonfuls f the Pain Kit1r ia
about half a pintof hot water.well wtl
ened with molasses, as the ttak is oming
on, batning freely lb oheBt, back and bow
els, with th medicine at the same lira.
Repeal th dose in twenty minutes, if Ihe
first dose doe not slop th chill. Should it
produos vomiting, (nml it probably will,) if
the itomach is very foal, lake a little Pain
Killer, in cold Water, sweetened wiihugar,
after aoh spasm I'rsevrece in the above
treatnenl ha cured many sever snd obstl
r ale eases of ibis disease.
PAINKILLER t!irs 8rt
A Favorite Msdisin with all class,
Is Davis' Pain KilUr.
IF j bars Painter's Cholie,
tut lb Pain Iillsr.
O Medicine it as popular
ns in ram inner.
rrir.rp th. ua Iillsr always at
lV "nd. ,
IF ysu bar a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
LOOK and not gel caught without a bottle
of l'ain Killer in the bouse.-
LET everybody us the Pain Killer far
Sprains and Bruises.
MVBRT sailor should carry a Vettl ef Pia
Hi Killer with him.
REMEMBER, th Pain Killer ii for Votis
Internal and External.
. The Pain Killer is (old by all th Drug
gists and Dealers in Faulty Medioines.
, J. N. HAUKia & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States.
,' For sale by 1 ' !
Q W. Sisson, Druggist, McArthur, '
Dr. J. A Monahan, Druggist, BamdtB,
R, 8. ' flees, Humdso. : 15
- Oct. 24, 18tt7-8m
PIFOftHAIIOSi Intornmlion Aurm to pr.
uuu a iuui .ant growth of har upon a bald head
or beardless lace, alio a recipe for the removal of
1'imples, Hlothes, Eruptions, eki., nn th skin, leav.
ln rh.ui.j anft. e.leur.iknrl hfitilhflll.c&n h ohteia.
ed without oharge by addteasin,; Taos F. Cuma.ji
9sa Drmtuwoiy, new iuik.
sous c. arcvuKsoN,
. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
'" " JACK60N C. H., OHIO,' : ,
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