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!)c "(Enquirer;-
J, W, EOWEK, Editor,
M'Artlmr. March 8, 1871.
To the Democracy of Vinton
County.
.At no time in the history oi
thia country was there ever a
greater demand for a thorough
organization of the Democracy
titan Kt the present time. At
least two very important cam
paigns are approaching. Time
ana advantage 19 gained in a.
m6st every undertaking by
commencing early. The peo
pie of this country have . been
taught a lesson by thoughtless.
ly allowing the reins of the
Government to paaa from the
hands of the ' Deinociacy into
the clutches of bitterly poison,
overbearing, and tyrannical
Radicalism a lesson that will
never be forgotten. The wick
ed Radical Rule has been tried
and quietly submitted to du
ring the past ten years only
to the detriment of every hard
working, honest citizen. The
time has now, come when the
people want a change in the
administration; and in order to
effect this speedily, the work
must commence in every school
district, and township in thia
State. The Spring . Elections
are jnst at hand and it is very
important indeed that the best
men should be , selected tc fill
the variou offices. Let "Little
Vinton" County not) fail to do
her duty; let the work com
mence at once. Let. there be
harmony in making the nomi
nations, and when made, let
thera be warmly supported.
A triumphant victory at our
Spring Elections will be a
great stimulus to success . at the
fall elections.. ,We hope that
every Demorcat in each school
district will see the importance
of achieviug it.'. "We have ev
ery reason to be encouraged.
'The skies are very bright."
Last fall the. Democracy made
gains everywhere, except in
some portions of Ohio and
New Jersey. Pennsylvania,
Indiana, nd Missouri wheeled
gallantly into line. Nearly
the whole South is with us.
The ejectorial vote, as it now
stands, is almost a tie. The
Radical leaders, office holders
and seekers, who have taxed
the people until many are una
ble to pay any more taxes, are
growing despondent, and just
as certain as a thorough organ
ization is effected by the De
mocracy, just so sure will vic
tory perch upon our banner.
Democrats! see that it is at
tended toi : TalK witn your
neighbor about it! Ask him
to assist you! Tell him that
this is the time to work for less
taxation and liberty!
Congress.
The 41st expired at 12 M. on
Saturday, March 4,1871, and
the people are rejoicing that
the wicked and corrupt thing
is dead. Its record is simply
infamous it has been the
agent of the land-grabbers and
corruptiouists, and its deeds
will come' up, this fall, in judg
ment against it. The 42d
Congress met and organized
on Monday, March 6. Mr.
Blane, Radical, was re-elected
Speaker of the IIou3oj receiving
126 votes, and Cen; O. W,
Morgan 93 votes. The House
when all ar present, will be
composed of OG Democrats and
132 Radicals. Tbo two-thirds
Radical majority is gone for
ever. The new Congress will
adjourn soon until December
next . , ,'
Death of Dr. W. S. Williams
Dr. W S. Williams, member of
the Ohio JJouse.from Jackson coun
ty, died at Columbus,, last Monday
morning, of inflammation of the
brain. He was a .Republican.
Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Marietta and
of the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad----
of the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad----Election of Directors and
Officers.
rietia and Cincinnati Railroad
met at Cincinnati, on the 15th
of February, 1811.
The meeting was organized
by calling Colonel John Made
ria of Chillicothe to the Chair,
and making Mr. C. F, Lowe
Secretary. The following
committees were appointed:
Proxies J. D. Smith. Wil
liam Walsh and A. B. Waters.
Judges of Election W. H.
Oldham, L. W. French, and
George Benedict.
Tellers W. W. Peabody
and John Waddle.
The annual report of the
President and Directors of the
Marietta and Cincinnati Rail
road Company was read and
adopted.
The Committee on Proxies
reported that they had exam
ined the proxies, and find thera
all correct. Report adopted.
They then proceeded to the
election of Directorsthe
whole number of votes being
148,557.
The following were elected.
Directors .for. 1871 John
S. Hopkins, R. M. Bishop, W.
T. McClintick,' J. X. Camden,
Nathaniel, Wright, Allan A.
Chapman, Wylie II.' Oldham,
John Donnell Smith, John Ma
deria, "W. W. Scarborough,
J. D. Lehmar, and Thomas
Wbitridge.
There being no' other busi
ness, the meeting was adjourn
ed sine die.
The Directors afterward met
and elected officers as follows:
John King, Jr., President;
Charles F. Lowe, Secretary
and Auditor; W. K Jones,
Cashier and Registrar, and W.
II. Oldham, Treasurer.
Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders and Election
Directors of the
Cincinnati and Baltimore
Railroad.
The stockholders of the
Cincinnati and Baltimore Rail
road met at Cincinnati on the
15 th of February.
W. II. Oldham, Esq., of Ma
rietta, was called to the Chair,
and J. Donnell Smith, of Bal
timore was chosen Secretary.
W. T. McClintick, Presi
dent of the Company, then
read his annual report, which
made an encouraging exhibit
of the affairs of the road in ev
ery depaatment. It was re
ceived and ordered to be
printed.
The Company then went in
to an election of Directors, the
following being the result: W.
T. McCliutock, John King, Jr.,
C. Oliver O'Donnell, John
Donnell Smith, Kenner Gar
rard, W- W. Scarborough, and
W. II. Oldham.
The stockholders' meeting
then adjourned, and the new
Directory met and organized
as follows: vv. McUinticJc,
President; Charles F. Lowe,
Secretary; William E Jones,
Treasurer and Registrar. Ad
journed.
Climate of the New Northwest.
west.
Harper's Weekly, in a re
cent interesting article descrip
tive of the country traversed
by the route of the Northern
Pacific Railroad, gives the fol
lowing reasonable explanation
of the remarkable mildness of
climate and fertility of soil
which characterizes the vast
region which has come to be
known as the New Northwest.
That journal says : , '
The fact of the mildness of
the climate which prevails along
the. belt of ' country tributary
to the line of the Northern
Pacific Railroad, is dbnudantly
established. Nowhere between
Lake (superior ' and Pncret
Sound is ; the.' climate colder
than in ' Minnesota ; and this
great State is not surpassed as
a wlicat-proaucing region, or,
in healthful noss" of atmosphere;
Dakota is very similar to Min
nesota ; and from Dakota west
ward the climate steadily mod
ifies, nutil, in Oregon -itud
Washington Territory, there
almost no winter at 'all aside
from a rainy season, as in Cal
ifornia. Throughout Dakoto,
Montana, and Northern Idaho
cattle and horses ranee out al
winter, and in the spring are
rat and strong. Kecords kep
by government' officers at th
various military stations on the
r .i r
upper waters oi tne Missouri
show that the average annual
temperature for a series
years has been warmer in Cen
tral Montana than at Chicago
or Albany. This remarkable
modification of climate, the ex
istence of which no well-in
formed person now questions,
is due to "several natural causes,
chief among which are these
First.the country lying between
the 44th and 50th parallels is
lower by some 3,000 feet than
the belt lying immediately
south. The highest point on
the line of the Northern Pacific
Road is 3,500 feet lower than
the corresponding summit of
the Union and Central Jme.
Both the Rocky and the Cas
cade ranges, where they are
crossed by the .Northern ira
n i t, . i
cine rouie, iw o ui UK.CU ujw ii w
low elevations compared with
their heidit 400 miles south
ward. This difference in alti
tude would account for much
of the difference in climate, as
four decrees of temperature
are usually allowed tor each
1000 feet of elevation. But,
second, the warm winds from
the South Pacific, which pre
vail in winter, and (aided by
the warm ocean currents cor
responding to our Atlantic
Uulf otreainV produce the
genial' climate of our Pacific
coast, pass over the low raoun
tain ridzeS' to the north of
latitude 44, and carry their
softening effect far .inland, giv
ing to Eastern Washington the
climate of Virginia, and to
Montana the climate of Ohio,
without its dampness and chill,
Ihe same cause the de
pression of the mountain ran
ges toward the north accounts
or the abundant rain-fall in
nearly all parts of this vast
area. The southwest winds,
saturated by the evaporation
oi inc iropics, carry in e mm-
clouds eastward over the conti
nental divide, and distribute
their moisture over the "fertile
.belt" stretching from the moun
tains to the lakes. Further
south the mountains, with their
greater altitude, act as a wall
against the warm, moist, west
winds: hence the colder winters
and the aridity of portions of
the regions south ot Montana
and east of the mountains.
That the climate of that new
Northwest which is now to be
opened to settlement, travel,
and trade is such as to make it
a congenial home for the mi
grating millions of Central and
Northern Europe, and the
crowded portions of our own
land, there is no doubt.
The Bigamist Bowen, carpet-bag
member of Congress,
hag been acquitted, although
clearly proven guilty, through
the "hanging out" of a deform
ed negro juryman bribed to ac
quit. This fclldw's name is
Venning, and he. seems to be
kept about .Washington in the
Eay of just such scoundrels as
Sutler, as he is known to have
defeated two or three verdicts
by "hanging out", against ' the
other eleven jurymen for bribes.
Justice in the District of Co
lumbia is not only a farce, but
an infamy. Judge Wylie, who
presided at tne iriai, saia ue
would be very reluctant to dis
charge the Jury if there was
any chance of a yerdict, . but
thought that nothing would be
gained by sending the -jury out
again. If a juror be gotten up
on a case with an improper
motive, such a juror would be
more than a matcn ior the
eleven others. It was impossi
ble to see how a verdict could
be obtained in any case if not
in this under the circumstances
known to the court.
W. S. Allen, of Svilliams.
port, is the possesor of a pow
der horn 170 years old, which
was used in Indian fighting,
and carried by one of the pat
riots the revolutionary war. It
is covered' with quaint inscrip
tions.'. ' " ' ' ' ' ''
Not This Man but That
Man.
is
For President in 18721
,;. Who -shall it.be? ;
."' We have a candidate for
that important position
least we shall have one after
the National Democratic Con
uention shall have been held
and . the Democrats of., the
United States shall have epo
ken through, delegates there
assembled, ... speaking ., for-the
voters, the people, the taxpay
ers everywhere.
w It is not the man so much
as the platform. '
It is not the select few Ring
masters of party politics and
money making politicians who
are to be pleasedbut the
great multitude of voters who
pay taxes, and whose bounden,
patriotic duty it is to stand by
each other to protect their
own and the interests of each
other that the nation 'more
than the National bank owners
and Bondholders may prosper
and increase the power. . It is
not this man or this favorite
of some club or political organ
ization duly weighed and mark
ed "taken" by the sachems of
Tammany or Agents of foreign
i i - i 1.
nauKing nouses wno can ieaa
us to Democratic victories.
bnt
That man who is the best,
bravest, truest Democrat
That man who js the most
honest and fearless in the de
fense of principle
That man who is more sym
pathy with labor than idle
ness , .
That man who cannot be
bought, bribed, or driven from
his devotion to the interests of
the people who live by industry-
.
lhat man who is not the
creature of those , who by
strange tricks and peculiar ap
pliances control administrations
with money.
And that man, to win, must
come from the West from be
yond the exclusive reach of in
fluences in or bordering on
New Eugland. One who can
ook from the centre all round
to the sea knowing no East,
North, West or South beyond
he protection of the Constitu
tion; or the strict, houest dispo
sition of places to honest men
only, for the greatest good to
the greatest number.
For such a candidate New
York will lead off with one
hundred thousand majority.
It will give as great a majority
for a candidate rrom out ot her
borders as within, so true and
intent on Democracy are her
voters and tax-payers.
This State is safe for such a
candidate as we name. Let
he candidate come from Ohio,
or Indiana, or Illinois, or Cali
fornia, or anywhere, so he be
not considered the property of
the property of the city, politi
cians of New York, and the
people will elect him, .
But if he be the pet of a
party . of scheming political
manipulators of this city or
or the cunning friend of mon-
ed interests ever at war upon
abor, it were better that a mill
stone be tied to his neck and he
be cast into the sea, than to
expect an election at the hands
of those who , have now on
hand ' something of more im
portance than the enrichment
of: those who have already
stolen themselves rich from a
oo confiding people. ... I
The candidate of the politi
cians, will, if elected, reward
tne pouucuuis.
Of the people, he will pro
tect them. ......
It is for the people to say
who it shall . be. The pan is
nothing. The principle every
thing to the future of Amer
ica. , ' . :
Therefore let the people see
well to it that when comes the
convention they are represent-
by those who may be poor
grammarians, but pure, peo
ple . loving patriots. Porae-
roy's Dcraociat.
at,
.
A poor soldier : in New
lampshirc, who, after three
application, succeeded in get
ting one hundred ; dollars boun
ty, sent at once ten dollars to
an uncle who once loaned him
liAf. ftmonnt when in desperate
need. A few days ago the un
cle died, and by his will , left
tne almost penniless soiuier au
his estate, valued fit two hun
dred thousand dollars.' " ' :
MERIFF'SSALE.
s
Stixttof OMt, FWim County.
. Wmy J.aniU, riftliitiff,
x. ... . r ajtntt1 i ' '
' . Jobn .ll. llm'tttwtir nt YWi'inilnnta.
i
In Tlntou County Court 6f Common flew. Or
aer hi tviio. ., , i.
Phmuithttothet
IhsucJ from Uie Co
commund of au order of snle
e Court of Ojiiiidob PJeuof V in
tern county, and to msdlrcoted u. Shurlffot mtld
conuty, I will ofler lor tale ftt the door of Uie
loiirtlioiMte, in the town of MoAmnir, Vinton
pumuy, uuiu, on
Monday, the 10th Day of
Apru, a. jj. mil,
at the hour bf 1 o'clock P. m. of laid day, the
following deftoribed premiBos, to-wlt:
Beginning at thtt Corner Stona at Uie South-
Eft Kt Corner of Out-Iit Niniinnr Four (4,) In
KobbUn' Addition to the town of Hnmdcfl, In
Mil t'ouiityef Vinton, aud State ofOliio; tlifnii
running duo went to the Unnot Ornunils of the
lunruucft a incinnnti llHimmii mnipnny,
thonoe with their llnetotheNnrth-Eiuitcoriior
of aalil Depot Grounds; thencfl Kiut to ShiiiuoI
Tiut' lluoi thenoe Honth to the plane of beirin-
ning, oonttiintug about l nrce-tourtin or nil iu.re,
more or Ish, nucoiiling to the Town l'lat, on
which lot la urevted a !'.'',
STEAM FLOWING Mill.
Taken m the rlronerty of John B. Rnycr ol. al.
to aatisfy judgment of the aforesaid Court In
favor of Mary Lamb.
ApprntKed st Twenty -one Hundred Dollars
(t'ilflO.) and must brinu two-thirds of tlinttmm.
Tkkmh or Bali. One half ensh on the dav of
BAiei ami one-naiun sixmontm, wun interest
irom uuy oi saio.
1IAMH.I; liUU I 11,
Shorlff Vinton Countv.
M. L.OInrk, Att'y for scbilderA Co.
marcn n, itui-ow-ia ,
gllEKIFF'S SALE.
Mas ... " .4
State Ohio, Vinton County. .
Elteabeth Woltis, Plaintiff, :
against ;
David B. Snivel, Defendant.
In Vinton Comity Court of Common Floas., Or
' dor of Sale.
Pursuant to the command of an ordorof snlo
In the above onuse, Iwiued from the Court of
Common Pleas of Vinton county, Ohio, and to
modircctod as Hherlffof said countv, I willoffor
at publio sale, at the door of tlio fcourt liouae,
in the town of UcArthur.iniiaid Vinton county,
on "
Monday, the 10th Day of
jfipni, a, jj. mil,
at the hour or t o'clock p. m. of snid dav,' the
following described promises, sltnato in the
Town of MoArthur, ill tho county of Vinton,
aud State of Ohio, to-wlt i '
In-Lols Number Two Hundred and Sovcnty
(270,) and Two Hundred and Seveiity-ono (ail.)
Taken us tho property of David II, Hhivel to
sntlsfy a Judgment of thesuid Court in fuvorof
Elizabeth Woltz.
A ppratsed at Four Hundred Dollars (WOO.) and
must bring two-thirdsof that sum.
Terms of Sule.-Cath in hand.
DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton nonntir.
Mark A Baimhill, Atfyi for Pl'ff,
iuarcn o, isii-div-1US
JgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J" . IF1. TOWELL,
WnOLESAM DEALER IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. . ..Portsmouth, O.
J. F. TOWELL is agont for several Mills, and
his house is lieuiUjuarters for Many desirable
makes of Eastern Goods. All goods will bo
sold at the lowest possible price.
Close. 'ash Huyers, First Class Time, Trade,
Wholosii.o Peddlers and Furnaeomon aro par
ticularly invited to nu oxamluution of his stock.
STBEEOSCOPE3,
Views,
Altaius,
Chromos,
Frames.
E. & 11. T- ANTHONY A CO.,
091 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
InvltA thn flt.fmif.lnn nf thn TraHa In tltolf nvi.n.
Hlvfinjjlorl.mniifnf t.hn hIwiva mw.l. H.1.m
publication, manitfiieturtand importation.
Also,
Photo Lantern Slides
and
Qraphoscopes.
New Views of Yosemite.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
691 Broadway, Nkw York,
Opposite Metropolltrn llotol,
IllPOlTHS AMD MAMCrAOTtlln or
Photograpliic Materials, 8 Cm
Etmdolph C. Watkins' Estate.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio,
NOTICE is hereby given that HANSON KOX,
AdmlnlHtratorof the estate ol Randolph C.
Watkins' estate has Died heroin Ills account
with said estate for partial settlement; and that
tho same Ik bet for hearing on the 8d dity oi
April, lira. ii.it. aiaiu,
Al
larch 8, 1871-4t
Probata Judge.
gHEIlIFF'S
SALE.
SlaU 0 Ohto, VIiUoh County, tr.
Buckeye Fiirnaoo Company, rjainliffs,
nirninnt
H. Goeti ACOf, Defendants,' , '
In Vinton County Court of Common Plena,
Or-
oeroi ivxeniit on.
Fursnnnt to the command of an Execution In
thoalKivocnuschHucil IVoin the Court ol Com
mnn Plens of Vinton county, ami to mo dlreclod
as Sherilfof aaid county, I will blTur for sale
at the door of the Court lfouso, ia the town of
McArthur, Viutou county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 2Stii Day . of
March, A. V. 1871,
at tho honr ol 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the
followingdesorlbed premises, to-wlt:
Tho North part or Out-lot Number Two (2,)
beluga strip oil the North end of said Opt lot
about Ono liiinilr'ed and Twenty (120) fuetwldc,
and all of aaid Out-lot except that purt of the
said Lot convoyed by Charlea Robbinsnnd wife
to the Marietta A Cntciuuati Uailroiul Coinpa
nr. Also, a strip off tho Wast side of Out-lot Num.
her Three (3,) commencing at tho Una between
Out-lot No. avid No. H; running thence Jioat
on the North lino of snid Out-lot No 8 until it
intorsocta a lino running ttouth from the Houth
west corner of In-lot Number Twelve (12;)
thence South One Hundred- and Twenty (11)
feet until it Intersects the last nnd west linos of
Out-lot No. 8 above described: Thence west to
said division lino between said I-oU No. i and
No. 8: and thence North, to the place of begin
ning. And, alio, all the Engines nnd Machinery uied
for carrying on the foundry located on suld
Lots and partsof Pols, '
Also, patterns of UfTore.it kinds nocessary for
carrying on the Foundry business. Including
patterns tor Furnaco Tweer nnd Blacksmith
Tweeri aliout, twenty-live Plow point patterns,
one full sot of country hollow waro patterns,
nil si ww of wagon box patterns, three slis farm
bell patterns, Tour cane mill patterns, six slzos
of sugar kottlo patterns,, Alteon coolc stove
patterns, throe cannon stove patterns, live par-
10
ior stove Dnttenut. four Itruto and trout nnlterna.
foiirjiunl) irratti patUirns, two liiiinn nuttorns.
four plow patterns, pnu full mil hollow waro
pnttorns, alKiut seventy hardware patterns and
ulmutono hnmlreil patterns of different kinds.
All of the above Innils and tonemonts together
with aU 61 10 patterns and tools thatsnld compa
ny now owns nnd uses for carrying on suld
Foundry business.
A 11 tho ftlKivo described property to lie sold
s an entirety and is situated In the Town of
Hamdeit, lu tho county of Via tun, and State of
Ohio.
Taken aa tho property of B. floete A; Co,, to
satisfy an execution of aforesaid Court, In JUvor
of Ruckuye Furnace Company
itUfKuye r uriuico company.
Annraiaednt Five Thousand Nina ITundiml
and Klghly-TlireH Dollars (t5,M,) aud must
brlns two-thirds of that sum.
TkumiI or Balk. Cash in hand.
. DANIEL BOOTH. ,
Hhorlir Vinton Co0.
II . C, JoNit8, Att'y for PPff.
roo. xi, ini,-ow
H0WAp 8 ANITiM AND ATI) AIJSOOIATIOrr.
Fur tbo Uuliuf and Ours of the luring suil Ull
fortunate, on PrlndpU n of Christian Philanthropy.
ICssay on tho Emirs if Youth, anil the Pollioi of
. . 1. U . ...... ...I tJ ...... . T, I . I
Sanlfary aid fortho ntHtatml. Hsnt .Iriui, In fw'iiled pn.
vsinrss- anon-Mi nv anj arowi a I lint
slfS.
ITiiladel
lybla, Pa,
HEALTH ! BE'ADTIr !
Strona nnd Pure
Rich Blood-in
cretiRO of Flesh onrt weipnr,
Clearliii nnd Beautiful , j
812 C VIM 1 , TO AZI
RALWAY'S f SAUSAPARILLIAN
i ' V RESOLVE!?!
HAH MADK Till?" MQMT ASTONISH IN Q
CUUKS. HO UUKK, HO K.VPIDA1US
TimClIANiiKS THfcl i.'' .
titIKH UNDEIl THE INFI.UKNIJE
OF THIS TRULY AVON DKIt
FUL MKDiCliSli, THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
" 8crofula,,"C6hsurhptlonr ShiIiIHs in its
many forms, uiandular Disensf, Ulcers
In tlit Tin out, Mouth; Tumors, Nodes in tho
U lands, aud oUicr lmrts of the Hvntenii Hole
Fiyou, Mruinoiis Li harH'H from the Earn:
r.rupiive inseases oi mo nyes, mme, inuum
and t he forum of Hkln lilseiisos i Kruutlons. Fe,
vur Horos, Buiild lieuil, Itiug-worm. Halt lthenni
KrvKlpolns, Ague, Hlack Spots, Worms lu tho
Fh'wh, Tuiiiora, Canwrs In the Womb, and nil
Weakening and Painful Discharges! N'lglit
Sweat, and nil Wastes of tho Lllo l'rinclplo,
are witliln the Curative Range ol Itadwuy's
Sarauparillian Uesolvout, and a few day s' uc
win prove to anv j'rson iikiuu mioi i
these forms of dfseuse lit potent power to cure
Knt ntilv ilnfla fhn RAHSAPAItlLLIAS UVj-
SOLVKNT excol all knowu remedial agonta in
the Cure of C hronic, bcruiiiious, i oiibiiuiiiuu,
Sldn and Syihiloid diseases, but it is the only
positive remedy ior
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Urinary and Womb Diseases. Gravel, Diabetes,
Dronsv. Incontinence of Urine, llrlirlit's Dis
ease, Albuminuria, anu in all eases where
there lire Brick Dust Deposits, or the water is
tiuck, cloudy, mixed wun subsuine.es iiseuie
wnne oi an ckk, or inroaiis iiko wnuu sua, or
there is a morbid dark. hilioiiH annuarance. nnd
white bone-dust deposits, ami where there Is n
inciting, miming hensauon, anu pain in me
Small ot tho Hack, nnd along tho Loins, In all
these conditions HADWAY'S BAHSAl'A-
ItlLLI AX ItKHODVlCN T.aiileil by the appllca
tion of Kiulwnv'H Houdv liielief to the Kulno
and Small of the Hack, and the Howels reuula
ted with. one or two of Iladwity'a Itegulating
Pills nerday, will soon make a complete euro.
In a few days tho patient will he ablo to hold
and (llschuriru water naturally without nain
and the Urine will he restored to its natural
clear and amber or sherry color,
TUB WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy and '
blood. Unit furnishes sound structure.
all sullerimr from Weakeiiimt Discharges,
either Male or Female, or from Ulcers or Sores,
through the reparative processol it Al it A 1 o
sakha i' A it 1 1,1 an, are arrested, anu tne nip
tured organs healed.
OVARIAN TUMOU CURED - TUMOR OF
TWELVE YEARS' GROWTH CUEKD BY RAD
WAY 0 EliSOLVKN T. - -
BKvniti,Y. Maps.. JulvlS.lfifiO.
Db. R.nw ay : I have had Ovarian Tumor In
tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"thera was no help for It." 1 tried every thing
Mini was recoiniueiuieu, nut notning lie I peo me,
1 saw your llesolvent, and thought x would try
it, but had no faith In it. because I had suffered
for twelve years. I took fix bottles of the Re
solvent, one box of Railway'! 1'iIIh, and used
two bottles of your Uoady Itoliof; and there is
noi as irn oi a minor to no neon or te t. mid I
feel better, smaller, unppier than I have for
twelvo veara. Tho worst tumor waalnthe left
side of the bowels, over the groin. 1 writo this
ts you for the bouelit of others, xou can nub
lish if you choo-so.
HANNAH P. KNA1T.
afeyPricoOno Pollar.
RADWAY'S . EEADY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
licenty MinuteB
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
ut-eu liny uiiu aiiuui witil Jln.
RAD WA YiS HEAD Y RELIEF
ISA CURB FOHSVjJttY PAIN. JTWASTHK
1'IIMT, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIX ItEMEDY
That instantly stops the most excruciating pain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CCltES
CONUK--STIONS,
Whether of tho Lungs, Stomach, TJowels, or
iiiugianus aim organs, uy one uppiicatioii,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or e.veriicluting tho
pain, tho RHEUMATIC, Bod-ridden, liiiinn,
Crippled, Nervous.- Neuralgic, or prostrated
wit.n uisenso, may sunur,
ILidway's Heady Relief
Will, 111 from ONR TO TWKNTY UINUTBH, afford
! ana comfort, and this medicine, so ranlil lu
atopiilng pain, can bo purchased Fifty Cents
per uoitio in aiiiiosi every tiruggmi s and coun
try insrchiiut's store on this continent, and
within ono hour's distance of almost every hab
itation in tne unitoii Mates.
RBKVMA TISM A S'J NKMlAI.GlA.
MMUMATISX ANI NEURALGIA.
If thoso who are now NuIVerinir Pain, no mat
ter what the cause may be, or by what name
It Is called if exterunl, npiily Uadway's
KradyRklikk to the part of the body whoro
cue pain is prcHenb It intornnl. w drops, it J lu
ted In wider, as n drink. Whether Crumps,
Simsnis, Inflammation. Congestion, Asiatic
Cholora, Cliillannd Fever, Uio most violent, ex
cruciating anil tortui lug pains will b stopped
u irom one to rwenrv minutes. . .
PAINFUL AtTACKS wHERE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Inntnnt Fmoi
INFLAMMATION OF THK KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION OF THK BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION t)f THE liOW'Kr.H.
CONOKSTION OF THE M7NGS,
60EE THROAT, DIFFICULT 11HEATII1NO,
PA MUTATION 01? THK HEART,
lll BllililUS, UKUUr. DU'H 1IIKICIA,
CATARItll, INFLUENZA,
iicAUAuiu., i jyj i n Aiiiiri,
NKUKAI.OIA, RHEUMATISM,
COM), CHILLS, AQUK C11ILI.H.
The application of tho JIKADY RKLIEF to
the part or parts where the pain or dllllnilly
exjsts will iiU'ord ease and comfort.. 20 drops
In nbalf liimblor of water will, in a tow mo
ments, euro Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
jioanoMi u, dick iioaounie, iiiurrni'iv, uyaon
tery. Oollo, M'lud lu the Bowels, and nil Inter
nal Pains,
. Travelers Minuld always carry ft bottle of
HADW AY'S KF.LIRF w ith them. A fowdropa
in waierwiu provunt sickness or pains trom
cnange or wuuir. u is lienor tnan r ruucii
Urumiy or Hitters ns a stimulant.
FEVEU AIVDAUE.
FRVKRANf) A0UB8CUREI). '
FKVF.H AND AOl'E CUHED
FOB FIFTY CENTS.
Thorolanota remedial agent In the world
that will euro FKV Kit AND AQUK.
nnd all other Malarious, ISIIIouh, Bcarlot, Ty-
pooKi, i enow anu oinor rovers (anion tty
lutown; i iiis,j to qmca as uauway a noauy
IVU1IUI. ' ,
Person nod autrer.be thtw over o'muclt ex-
poseii io r over and Ague, it tnov will only take
Hadway's KitAnr Ukliff. and keop their bono.
ii oven Kith Railway'! I'illt. Hundreds In the
West, who have hltherto.beeit doctoring at the
rate of one and two hundred dollars for a fow
moiiihi' treatment are kaeulnr- themselves and
families freo from FJCVKlt nnK AGUJC, CHILLS
unu r lev tit, itunuMAtiUli, &o., ior ono or
vwououars a year, ajieni ior Kadway 5 nowiy
Keller and Radway'a Pills (oonted). .
Tho READY RELIEF Wil anord inttant eau
to all. Price oulv fio cents ner bottle.
N. II. See that every bottlo has an India
Rubber Stopper. Hold at nil Druggists, and at
it. iiauway s oiuco. cto.ei jnaiuou iaue. xsew
York. . . , .....
DE. EADAY'S PEEFECTPUE3A-
TlVE PILLS,- ' .
rBRFEOTLV TASTE LESS, '
Eleaaatly Contd with Sweet Gnm,
I'UKQK, REC1ULATIC. I'll It 1 1' Y. CLtANSB AND
; , , , DliittuviiiuM,
" Radway'i Pills,
KOR THK fMIHK 0
att nreiDnr anv Ttiat wvi Sa nit w i i'vn
4 Ms it jyizn'iKiiJ ' a' it Mm i i'.ri in. ti r
BOWKI.H. KWNKYS, 111. ADDER. NERVOUS
DIHKASKS, lUiAIJAGJK, CONSTIPATION,
COSTIVENESS, INDHWSTION, DYHI'KI'SIA,
BILIOIWNKHH MLIOVH JiKVKR, IS hi AM
if ATON OF 'I'll U BOWEIA l'UKA and ull de
rangement of the Intornnl Vlnccra.
Warranted to ElToct a PosItlvoCnro.
PlRF.LY VKGKTAIII.E.
CONTAINING NO MERCURY, MINERALS OR
uu,l., j jtaiuua unuv
aXo01sorv tho follnwllni symptoms result
ing from Disorders of tholliKOetlveOrgans i
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
Itlood in tho llond, Acidity of -tho Htninach,
Niumea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, 'Fullness
or Welirht in the Btomach,. Hour Eructations.
Hinkingor Fluttering at tho Pit of tho Stomach,
swimming oi mo iioiui, iiurrnm una mmctilt
liroaiiung, nrauiruij atinu imari, anokingor
Bulfocatliig SonsalioiiM whou in a Lying Pos
ture, Dlmncm of Vision. Dots or Wobs bofore
the Bight, Fever and Dull l'uln lu tho Head,
Dellcluncy of l'orsnlrntlon, yellowness of Ihe
rjkln and F.yes Pain in tho Hide, Client, I.lnibs,
and Sudden rfuahui Of Jleut, Jlurnlng lu tho
Flesh.
A few doses of IUdw at'I Pll.I.t will fre tlx
system from all the nliove-iiauiod disorder.
Price 85 Oenti Far Box.
RADWAY & COl,
No. 87MaidanLan, N. V.
READ FALSE' AND 'TRUE. !
Serjd una lett.ir.stanij) to KADWAY A '',
No, H7 Mniilfii l.niio, New. Yiuk. Infoi'iii.illon
avori h thouMiiml ill lo 'ii-nt v,mi. . - I y
' "NOTHING SO GOOD AS
D3.:v WEAVER'S MEDICINES,
For Humors.
rpIIESft Invalualile Medicines have achieved
J. aComplete Triumph in eradlcutlng Du-
mors, of all kinds, from the human syntui.
They were introdiK.ed to the public some six
yuurgelnce, nnd luivo been used With entire uc
ocss. Th UA S(!l? K a"d SALT ItllFl'M SYKUP
iR taken Internally, which ileansos the IHood,
by throwing Impiii'itioa to the surface, when
tlisr CElt ATH is applied, externally, and alt
eruptions urodestroycil, and Health and Beau-'
ty realored. Their Ahtonwiuxm Hl'cikss has
called out many Ignorant pretenders, who havu
Introdiieed their wonderful pinpsralions to tbo
publio They are out In alna.M every form,
from Piinnciui'sdown ti)Iilli, nnd all forllu-llioi-s,
(of ttoHi tt thty art.)
Hut It has been rem-rred to Dr." avick'
SYRFPnnd Ckuatk to achieve what, (under thn
clreumsi-.anees,) may bo rugarded as the most
brilliant ti l u m ili yot otblevud hy any modi
cine cvi'i-lnliodiiccd to tint Amerh-an public
Why Is IhisV Shnply iH-eauso they perform'
what thuy pinnilse; anil lintwithsluniling the
Introduetloii of these new and wonderful prep
itral Ions to tin publio, the Halt Rheum Hyrup
mid Cerate keep steadily on their way, conquei '
lug as they go. II the nubllu wish to try those
new preimratioiiH, wo have not a word to say,
for thoyTiavo Bure Hemedv to Fall Hack I'pun,
vl., . DHi WrviH'8 Cnntor' and Salt Kbeuiu
Syrup und Cerate. Of this fact tin public lire
well aware, ror thousands, in all sections of tho
country, have been cured b them, after all'
other n incilloa have utterly failed.
J. N. HARRIS, & CO., Proprietors.
CINCINNATI, OlllO1
FOBSALB BI
O W 6I8-ION, McArthnr
DR. J. H. HTItONO, '
It. 8. W I I.Ci ) X & CO., Hnmdcn j
HA). WILSON, ....
II. II. HISHOPRON,- : Wllkesvlllo.
IT SAVED MY LIFE,"
Words of a Eeliable Druggist.
WHAT 18 THE VALUE OF MONEY WHEHCOHV
r AfiEi) TO Hi; A LI fl 7
Allen's tiling Ilalsam,
Is warranted to break up tho most tronbleaomo
Cough in an hu rodibly abort time. Thero isno
romedv that .-.mii vlmw ..t i
merit than this Halsain, for curing Consuiup.
tioii, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, o.
IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS
' IT ACTS ON TUB LIVER I
Which makes it more than a Cough Remedy f
READ THE TOLIOWING :
. ilAniNE CITY, MlCn.,JiiIy 87,1870.
J.N. IIakkihA Co., Dear Sirs; the Allsn's
LiuiK Halsain has arrived . I would not like to
bo without it, for it has saved my life. I took a
bad cough, and dually consumption was nested
upon me. I was in a. veir bud Bin to. I trii-il
everything that was roeoiiiinended, and spent
a grout nualof money, and got no help. Ihad
the Allon's Lung BalKimi for Halo, but I knew
nothing of its nieiiia. 1 did not Iiko to take it
without knowimr more almiitit.. I lm,i m,i
a bottlo. When your iiirent called on me I told
him 1 could mil sell a medicine I knew nothing
about. Ho urge I mo to try it mysolf. 1 did no,
and to my urutcftil mm.rlno the first hmtln
Htopuml my cough, and before Uio third Ixittle
wu iiiKcn my i.uiign were neaied 'and well, and
I can now sneak ltnowinirlv to inv frieiida and
ctiKtoiuLTs of the quulillusof Allen's Lung Bal
sam. 1 remain respectfully.
L. C. COTTKEL.
IT IS HAEMLES8 TO THE MOST DELICATE
IT CN0TA1X$X0 OPIUM IN ANY FORM I
It is bold by Mcdlcluo Doalers everywhere
C-A-UTIOIT.
Iln ,,1 ln.ln,.lnA.l. ...1. ...... . .-..J .-.1
j.v,fi"ii.,,wi,r, juii nuu Willi I ik K'fuil III vtl
Icine.unil desire "Alltn't Luna Itilmtm." lionet
allow unprincipled dealers toell vou ol.her Bul
suins. Kee Unit you gctALI.KN'SL'UNO RAI.SAM
and you will haclhe lust cmigh rcu.edy ollered
to the public; und ono that will give satisfac
tion. J. N. llAllKIS A Cll..
Kolc Pniprit'tors, Cincliinutl, O.
ma sali ur
O.-W.BISSON, McArthur.
Pit. J. 8. BTKONfi,
It. a. W I LCOX A HRO., llamilen;
H, O. WIWIN, - - ,
11. II. BISHOP ft SON, W'llkoivllte.
nK-ly
NEW T-SO GOLD LOAN
SAFE ! I K Or IT A It L lu t
JAY COOKE & CO.
Okfkii for Sals at Pah and Acckukd Intkh-
FISbT MOBTOAQE LARD QBANT QOLDBORDS
ur TUK
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
COMPANY,
J. IIIWV IMIIlim lll- .-"ll.i.'l, Jlini, n ..,nw
Mortgage on the lliillroad Itself, Its rolling
stock, and ull omilpmeiits: sueeud, by a first
iPl.n.,n l.n.l. n.A 41, 1,1. fl,..
MortTnge on 1U entire Laud Urant, being morn
than rwpntv-Two Thousand Acres of Lund to
each mile of Itoad.
Thn bonds aro freo rrom United Htatos 1 nxj
the I'linelpnl and Interest payablo In (Jeld
tho I'riue.iiial at the endol Thirty years, and
thf) Interest Hoinl-iinuuully at the ruto or Kv
kn andTuhkk-Tkvi'UH I'kk Ciikt. per annum.
Tliev nreiHsiind in tlimomluntloiisul iuu,.joor
1,1W0, H,0iK)and flu,(KI0. ,
Alio i rnsuies uniicr urn aiongugc nru wmnh
Jay Cooke, of Philadelphia, and J. ICdgar
Thumumin. rresidentbf the l'eiinsylvnniat'fii-
tral llullroiul Company.
These Northern 1'itcillo 7-80 Honda will at nil
tlnien Iwifore maturity, lie receivable at T:M
PkhCknt. Pkkuiuu, (or 1. 10), in excliango lor
tho Company lauds, at llmir lowest cash
prlco, . ;' ' , . ' ,.
Ill ndUIMOn 10 llieir UUHUI bi.:it, iiimvj
DouUa Yield an, lncouio larger, we uullevn,
than any other llrst-clsss security. Persona
holdlDK United Stutes J-'JU'H call, by converting
them into Northern Pnoilllcs, Innre.iso their
venrlv- incoino onk-tihuii, and still luivo uper-
fectlyreliublo Investment.. . -
Ho to (Jet Them. Tour noarost
Hanlt or Jlankor win supply thoso Ismdn In
any deali-od amonnt, and Of any needed del
luutlon Persons wishing to exchunge stocksor
...l I... .1.. . U . m n .1 A mrt a-ll.ll uflV lT
oilier imimQ ior iin-nu, n n. " --j
n.....lu will nll.iw llm lll'irllfMk curreiifc
price for ull mnrkelnbloioeitritioa, n -'
Thoso living In loculltiea remoio rrom nanss
my send money, or other bonds, directly U tut
UV express, linn wo win seijii uaea ioi niuiu
clllc bonds atonr own risk, and without coit to
1110 ItlVeHlor. or Uirwinr inioiinnviun, ynm-i.i-iu
....... A..n .-.tt r i.ilfli-na 1 tin iiiulor
jiiimn, iniiua, dm ., - -
igncd, oruny of the Dunk or Hankers oui
(loyed to sell thia loan.
' Foil 8ai,'By '
ll i i r.n i, miii'i i , ,
HA HT, CAUOH K Y.'A (.,
WBHTKKN HAVrNOS HANK,
MAHUNIO HAVIN08 HANK,
8. MoCI.KlN A Co.
r . m n k 1V ft. fi
Gon'l Agents
1'lttsburg
District.
AAnwa isnfmnfh Avumtiiittlnn m have acoetiB-
. ' .. n ., , . ..I. -...a llnl
ell Ull Mueiicy mi no.- irniu . miw -- ,
an agency ior uiv sine ui uw imiv -
recommend them to our ousumiera auu invosv-
on generally.
VINTON OOUNTY HA VIC.
pOST OFFICE '
DIRECTORY OF UNITED STATES.
ffevlscd nnd Corrected hy lho Post, Olllee D
, pnrltncnt to novenuier i, iotu. '
Olvlmrollleors of tho Drmartinont. organlr.A-
llonof the Duiiailiuent, mist roiuli, innll ton-
tracts, doiiKwtlo and foreign postago, an not to
aim, nd the laws relating to the I'lmtUmoe De
partment and postage htwa, monthly ri'itlntnit.
advsrtlsud lettei's. siUos of s tarn in hiuVaUmus
envelopes, regulations respecting the registra
tion of letuirs, vlolallonsoi luw, rraottetmi ens.
rencv. etc.. rulca. freo junll matter, marking,
and rating stamps, moiiity order flloeaialHy
post oIllcoH arrangod alphabetically, llng
counties and Post-inirsters. f ; .- 2, .
Pulillshod by W. K. HTATI a , i .uieiunaxi, v.
iri.. r..i-iii,nr Sri ni.r 4lothl:iWI. MailwIO
any address lor 80 conUt extra for iioatug'.'.
Post Ofll cg Directory of Ohio
ni
lug tho nmo its tho United Pt41t.cs Mrsc.
in iwst olllee laws, c, but the iwt itlejji
iloonlv. Prlco for paper 6U con U. Clotn
ton
or u
75 cents. , . ,1 -... u,.,k.
Post OfTlco Directory or inuo, 11 - -
luan
Kentucay ana mswaiii v , v
ClothllW. . ; y ,.M. f
tl i3
Tim .1
r...u'.. viia 'pi.!, la tin hiinibiur.
t, 1st
the onlyartLdo over nmde which will ciirsj
tnnrn
is. bun (insor iim-a nm; "n ,.
by aehlld. it will last for yunrs. Over Km
11 nod Dy -. ,,v :;r,-
,
llioiwanu 111 ii'" " ,r. -.,. .;
by mall. AtUlHHS it. r,.'liin,wiiinniiiv

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