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ljc (Enquirer.
J, W. TOWEH, Editor.
M 'Arthur. April 5, 1871.
. KoiiEHT McLy.oi) lias been
employed as Engineer on the
Gallipolis, McArthur and Co
lumbus Kailroad, and 13 now
engaged in making surveys nud
estimates. A few days ago
Mr. McLeod and President
Langley passed over the por
tion of tic old road bed be
tween Dumlas and. New Ply
mouth, and the Engineer is of
the opinion that the portion of
the line between Dimuas and
Logan can be made ready for
Irnnlf l.ivinff for $75,000. If
- j - r '
you have not subscribed one
or more shares to the capital
stock, do so forthwith".
Tim msidos of tho Tiko County
Republican nro printed in Chicngo.
Last woek it contnined a whole pngo
ndvertiacment of Brick Pomoroy's
New York Domocrat. Is tho lwo
publican n loyal journal, now that
this thing has been done? Chilli
cothc Advertiser.
It matters nothing about tho loy
ulty of tho Republican so its insides
nro renovated onco in awhilo by
n-iL- PomflMv's Democrat. Brick
caotnko the bile out of the Repub
lican's stomach I
At tho urarent 6olicitnt'on of his
friends Mr. Sumner omitted from
his prepared speech tho severest
parts in relation to tue rrcsiucni.
Sitmner was appealed too to do this
for tho sake of tho .Republican par
ly, and consented. It is 6id that
tho Senator intended to show cause
vhy Grant should bo impeached,
and frame specifications for that
purpose If anything more severo
could have been said than was con
tained in the Bpeech ns delivered,
there would not havo beep a groaso
spot of Ulysses left. As it is there
is not enough to swear by.
The New York Sun on the
Administration.
The New York Sun, one of
the leading Radical papers of
Mew York, and the only hon
est one, in speaking of Presi
dent Grant, says :
t"r- nnrftr mil
exist and
v '
prosper with such a President
J . . I 1 !
ns Grant, taking his presents
bribe-takers in power
allowing his father to peddle
nut, uettv office for five hundred
dollars apiece, and appointing
his relations to places of emol
ument and authority without
an v regard to their honesty or
[N. Y. Sun, March
28.
The Jackson Standard, a
paper published in the interest
of the "best government tue
world ever saw," was enlarged
and otherwise improved a few
mouths ago, and gave notice
tliat. no larrre tvne or cuts
should appear in future in its
columns. But that sacred prom
ixn has bceu broken. Last
week, in announcing tho elec
tion nf a Radical member of
the Legislature, to fill a vacan
cy caused even by sudden
death, that solemn paper gives
place in its "religious," "prayer
fill," and "Sunday School"
columns to a cut of the worst
looking rooster and the dead
est and nastiest looking dog we
ever saw which surely illus
trates the general appearance
of the Radical Administration
since the election held in New
Hampshire. The sick or "pu
king rooster" is a very fair por
trait of Grant after he has been
in attendance at horse races,
watering places, and staying
"out of nights," while the dead
"sooner dog" is a true illustra
tion of Grant's reputation as a
statesman. See Sumner's late
speech on the Administration
and the New York Sun.
Connecticut Election.
An election was held in Con
necticut last Monday for Gov
ernor and other State officers,
members of Congress and of
the 1 Legislature. Complete
returns have not been received
up to the hour we go to press,
but it is stated that Gov. Eng
lish, Democrat, hn3 been rc
clci'ted. i
To Our Irish Citizens.
We should le pleased
sec the numerous sons of I
land, along the line of, the Oal
linolis. McArthur & Colurub
ns
Railroad through Vinton coun
r.v. subscribe one or moi
hnrfi to tha caDitol stock of
the road. Many of them are
able to do so. All will be em
plovcd as soon as the work be
gins, and they should take an
active part in the enterprise
Those who own renl estate will
be benefitted by the increase
in its value as soon as the first
locomotive passes McArthur.
gome, gentlemen, your labor is
ns wind a9 the money, wnen
- D - - .
your stock has to be paid.
Onlv 10 ner cent of the
-j i
amount of stock you take will
have to be paid at one time
and you have 30 days' notice
bnforn mvintr that. After the
l J o
completion many of you will
have permanent employment
as section men.
e
Official Vote of Elk Township.
ship
The following is the official
result of the election held in
Elk Township, on Monday,
April 3, which was furnished
for this paper by T. A. Mur-
KAY, candidate for Clerk :
TRrsTKia.
ttoo. "Waxier. Ken 17G
S. B. Ullom, It 155
II. Tripp, It 1.11
Henry Clark, D 170
A. Ti. Hunter. D ICS
Isaac Long, D 140
CLERK,
W. J. Kannclls. R 161
T. A. Murray, D 151
THKABl'BER,
A.Felton.H 183
F.M.Powd,D... 132
A Re rSon,
Josenh Kalcr. R.. 175
Jcsso Ullom, D...... H3
C0SSTADLK8,
Wm. Ecklcs, R 107
W.Wyckoff.R 138
Eli Reynolds, D 102
Wm. Shry.D 102
Pretty close for Old Elk I
Taking all things into consid
eration the Democracy of Elk
should feel proud of their suc
cess this time notwithstanding
the absence of a large number
- u
0f voters. Indeed it may be
. . . - -r
set down ns a victory I "We
have a majority of the Trus
tees and one Constable and a
change of 6 and 1 votes would
have elected T. A. Murray,
Clerk, and Wm. Shry, Consta
ble. The vote for Democratic
candidates for Constables, as
will be seen, is a tie, and the
result was decided in favor of
Eli Reynolds, by casting lots..
r , 1 1 1 .1
We had a good ticket in the
... . . n . i i
field, and the Kadicaia maae a
terrible fight for their men, the
candidate for Treasurer in par
ticular. They didn't want to
send him where he was sent
laat. Octnhpr. The averasrc
lnajority on their ticket is only
7 this Spring to 11 last Spring.
Democrats! Close up the ranks
and we can redeem Old Elk
.
next October. Let us be
ready and fully prepared for
battle. This corrupt Radical
party must go under. It i3
now so corrupt that such hon
est men as Senator Sumner had
to be beheaded.
Wilkesville.
The returns we have from
Wilkesville are incomplete.
The vote for Trustees is as fol
lows :
A. A. Cozzen9, " 135
J. L Hawk, 143
Liman Wells 130
Amos Hartley, w
Noble Lucas f H
Nicholas Fagan, ' 112
Patrick Kelley was elected
Treasurer by 33 majority ; G.
E. Cook was elected Clerk by
3 majority ; Ben. Hawk As
sessor by 13 majority; Jasper
Booth, James Morgan, and t.
E. Hawk were elected Consta
bles: and 13. F. Williams was
elected .Justice of Peace.
List of letters remaining in tlie
PostolTIco atllcArthnr, April 1st,
1871 :
ElizfibcLh Ankrom, Put. Bnctlcy,
G. It. Bailor, John Guthrie, Mary
Iloffhincs, ZilpliftllollonHlieud, .Tno.
Klnrr. Tfer-in B. Maple, John Tier.
won, Jnmc Swoonoy.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
President Langley.
"V. II. Laugley, the ener
getic President of the Gallipo
McArthur & Columbus
is.
Railroad is still engaged in ex
the different routes
amwtmr
proposed for the location of the
road, and is accompanied by
Robert McLeod, who been has
appointed Chief Engineer of
of the road. : We hope Presi-
dent Langley will succeed in
convincing the people that rail
roads starts enterprise and
wakes up the entire population
to the importance of meeting
the wants of the age in which
we are living. If our farmers
will do their share towards
making this road, they will
open an everlasting market to
all the laborers in coal, iron
and various manufactories along
the Ohio River, and at numer
ous other points ; and besides
it would give a new impulse to
all the producers and consu
mers at home along the line.
And while it would
to the farmer a better price for
all he could raise, it would
stimulate the growth of all the
towns, enhance the value of
all the property by developing
business, drawing m capital for
investment in manufacturing,
building and business of all
kinds. Who dare say that
railroads do not give new life
and vigor? Will you assist
Mr. Langley in this enterpriser
It would be to your interest to
do so.
Thk following gentlemen, all
Democrats, wcro elected to fill tho
various offices of Vinton Township :
Trustees-' Cooper Blore, Leonard
Arcbaugh, Bart. Allen.
Treasurer James Pierce.
Clerk Q.h. Whito.
Assessor James Trainer.
Justices of Peace Janiol Bowon,
James Trainer.
Constables J. S. Burns, L. C.
ladcliffo.
Madison Township Election.
J.
T
O
. Madison does much better
bis Spring than visual polling
79 votes, and electing five out
of the eight township officers
We are uuder obligations to J.
D. Yanderford, the popular
Clerk of the Township, for the
official vote, as follows :
Trustees.
Thomas Kinnoy, D 1C4
.. K. SlcLain, J) 135
. It. Doming, D 142
'..Shades, It 120
i.B. Lyons. B 130
S. J. Norton, R 100
.treasurer,
Solomon Shipley, D 100
ErnC8t Fi8hcr R 159
.
Assessor,
David Pinnev. D 122
S. Wolf, K 135
Clerk,
P. Vanderford, D 187
D. Book, R 100
Constables,
T. Black, 1) 16G
T. Sharp, D 140
E. Tnylor.il 31
E. Atrtineon, R ..Ill
W. Gist, Independent 58
hupervisor iint. jno. l:
Wm. Daily, Independent. .
r i is i T
'iiniel l'olfsv, V i
J. Robertson, R 03
It appears that our friend, J.
D
'. Vanderford, the fastest man
in that Township.
John, you ought to have di
vided that large 87 majority
out among Messrs. McLain,
Shipley, and Pinney, and then
you would have 11 left. Madi
son, like Elk, now has a majori
ty of tho Trustees.
The result of the election
held iu the Incorporated Vil
lage of McArthur, last Monday,
is as follows :
Councilracn.'
Paris Ilorton, R G5
Alox. Word. R 71
J. 8. Will. R
68
30
W. J. Rannolls, Jl
0. r. Ward. J)
A. U. Dowd, R
Marshal:
t tr ir-i r
59
34
71
j . v , Jvniur, x
J.N. Dillon, D.....
Clork
48
A. W. Anbury, R C5
T. A. Murruv. D 59
Even the village of McAr
thur in becoming more and
more Democratic each year.
A change of only four votes
would have elected our Clerk
and one Councilman. Bo not
discouraced. Democrats! A
o -
better day in drawing nigh.
Woolen Factory at Allensville.
We learn from Dr. II. C
Moor, i A1,en?v,.lle' that n
Woolen Factory is being erec
M atAhat Vhch
Dillon, Huston and Randal, in
connection with the Steam
Flouring Mills of William Dil-
lon-tbo engine used in rannmg
Mf to be nmm
the Factory. The firm, will
carry on a general manufactur
ing business, and the Factory
will be in active operation by
the time the coming crop of
Wool is ready for market. The
farmers and Wool growers of
Viuton county can in future
take their Wool to this Facto
ry and sell it for a good price
or get it manufactured in any
manner they wish.
We have not received the
official vofe of Clinton Town
ship, but learn that the De
mocracy made as clean a sweep
as was made in New Hamp
shire. B. W. Kelch, the Clerk
of the Township, will please
send us the ofhcial vote.
Tnr. following is ft list of letters
remaining in tho Postoflico, at Za-
lcski, Ohio:
ti i if. A Xf iu Uno. Tntmrn Phnrlp T).
TtxM, K. I). Kclmhison, Mnrnhnl i'hillips. Miss
KHthrr Mnthxw. KllnabclliStwl, R. U. Mti'vi'ii
son, John A. Lovwev, Pivtrli k Swoeny, Mi
Fannv Sullivan. Willliim llnlnoy, John ConU,
(hnrl'cs T. llcnrv Hhnvli-r, Christopher Kill!",
Jllwi AniHKIiiaKfiiini'ily, Mis Multtle Mayors,
E Thorn in.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
The bridge below the Wa
ter Mills, on the road leading
towards Dundas, was comple
ted last Friday. Gilman,
Ward and Co., are the con
tractors. The other two brid
ges east of town will be com
pleted this month.
W Rhprnd nront'ietor of
, , yt i TT
the Hamden House, at llam-
den, fell dead from bis chair on
Sunday last. It is supposed
disease of the heart caused his
death. He leaves a wife and
two children.
Bishop & Son's Drug Estabment.
The nopnlar firm of II. II.
Bishop and Son, at Wilkesville,
have received the largest and
most carefully selected stock of
the freshest and best drugs,
medicines, paints, oils, perfu-
merv. and the thousands ol
other articles that are always
kept in first-class Drug Stores,
which they are offering their
numerous customers at greatly
reduced prices. We would ad
vise the people to visit the
superb establishment nnd see
the grand lot of goods and
learn the low figures.
MARRIED
EIlT CArDIE )n tho evcnlngofthc 25(1 inRt.
. ... , i . t. A l.l.lia l.lkx.. 1... L'l-
ni 1110 nJSIUi:m III uimu r .niiKi.n; :.-
ilcr H. II. UiiiRniau, Mr. l'liiliiniler Khy, of
McArthur, unil MisvMitry Cmidle. of Jurkson.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
KJ
Stitltqf Ohio, Hilton County.
WilllnmB. Turk A Uro., riiiintlffs,
HL' III IlSt
8. Gootz & t o.. Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common Flena. Or-
tier oi nine.
P,,..ci,rmf In tlm f.inunnnil nf fin flnlpr of Rtlln
lRucii from tlio Court of Common I'leiisof Vin.
...n .....n... nn1 n tn n fl I riOTlml nM Kh.rlflnl Hnlfl
countv, I will olTor for sale nt the door of tho
Court Holme, In tlie town or AiuArinur, vintou
county, Ohio, on
Tuesday, the Oth Day of
May, A. JJ. 1871,
nttho lionrof 1 o'clock r. m. of snll ilny, tho
f)llowlnH'scriU'
The North purt
following (lfscrlboU iireniinm, to-wit
i purc ni
CliiLInt NnniliiT Two (5.1
in una slrm on me worm cnu 01 imin nii-i
i, nir iim N
Bliout One IlunUrod nnilTwHnlv (ISO) font wide,
,. .,,1 ll nfaniil (liil.lnt pvl'CIlt tllllt XIHrt Of the
xiiid Lot convoyed ny i.imniMt iwuiriiiin win wue
to tho Marietta dtcinciiiiiau uunrowi Mjinpu
oy. AIo, n strip nlT thowniitiiiilcofOnt-IotJJiim.
hor Three (8,)(!tiniinenoiii(jttlielino hetwtwn
u.tm v O ittwl TJn A. rimninir Unmet Kitst nn
the North line of wild Out-lot No. II until it in.
. .... . m lu.rt Minrtlntr H.inl.11 rrnm t.llll Hfllltlu
L.ll .Tj 1. L I. n 1 1 II U , 11:111..' - - ......
went corner of In-lot Number Twelve (W:)
thcure notitn une nunurci nun innuyiiju)
r... ..Kill 11 l,liMui... thn Kitt. nml WflMt liiu
i r... i,.. v. o nlmva iliw.rllMiit! f.tlini'A Went
ti said division line lietwoun sniil lyitt No.S
nnd No. 3 j ana t lieu co Norm to the jmice oi tio
..In.ilnH
Ami, hIro, all tho Engine and Machinory used
for currying on tna
. ,utt rir-nlA. Raw Mill. Rttscbml ti.
sald'Fomidry.nnd all the mrwdiincry nnd fix-
tnres lielouglug to tlie nnw mm, mi n wuien
are located on said Iitsanil parts of Iits.
Also, patterns nf differeat kinds necessary for
carrying on tho Foundry buslniwH, including
patterns for Furnas Twsw and BUeksnilth
Tweerialwut twenty-five Plow point patterns,
one fall netol country hollow waro pattoms,
Rll NISeS OI Waaon OOX IllH-wrui. m iw,in,
hell imttorns.totircanss mill pntlflrns, six sl.e
ofHiigitr kettle pnttorns, flfUwn cook atove pat
terns, tlireo cannon stove pattoms, five parlor
stove patterns, fonr (rrate nil front patterns,
four Jnmb Rrnto patterns, two immp patterns,
four plow patterns, one full set honow waro
patterns, about sevunty hardware-patterns and
ulMiut ono hundred patterns ordlOerenl kinds.
All of theabove lands ami tenemenU togcth
crwlth all tho pnttirns ami Uyn and tho Cir
cular Raw and all tlio fix turns belonging to the
Haw Mill that said company now own Kd use
for earrvlng on said Foundry biislneas, and for
the maiisfacturoof Innilwr said levy is subject
. , ,.n,l n.i lu,. alii.tfA nntl4.riis.
All thonliovo deserilied nroiiorty Ui lio sold ns
on entirety and Is situated In tho Town of Ham
den, in tlie county of VlnUm, and BtntaofOhlo.
Takon as the propert y of H. oel Co. to sat
hl'r nn nriler of sale of afortmaiU Court in favor
of 'William H. ParkHro. ,-Ill ,
Appraised at nix Tliounnnd and Eiifht Ilunil.
reil laillars (WJKI0 00,) mid must bring two
thIMs of thatsum.
Sheriff V In ton Couuty.
Olistvi snr Dinn, AU'.vi lor VVtt.
Aiill.Vl"l-i
KANSAS &c MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY Q
O BUN THROUGH FROM O
Cincinnati Withqnt Chanp of Cars !
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
ONLY EOAD
Owned nnd onornted by one Company from Cin
cinimti toHt.Lm, tliereloro pivtHoiiKeiii are
SUItH of being currloil tlirougli without cliango
of curu
T1WS AVOIDING
Iho po.illiility Incident to othar routes (wlileli
are madu up of several aliort romN) of niisslni;
eonuoctiuus, and RiiliJeialiiK their paasougorH to
disagieualilocliangu.
Families and Others Seeking Homes
In tho rleh valleys nnd mi tho fertllo prairies of
Western Missouri, Kuiihus, Nobniskji, Colorado,
or tliHtnore distant Stittts oft'nliforniu, will eon
suit tliflrown interest bycttlliiiKon oruldiws
iiiK the nniiorsiKiieil, Vnntmotlng Kgent, ns a
loiiK resideneu in tho wenlurn country linn fa
inilinrixud liimwitli the host lociillties.
Tbi Rout is 37 mila Shorter than
via Indianapolis.
THROUGH TICKETS
Can ho purclmwtl nt. nil the l'rlnclnnl Tl;krt
Olllc.osof ConneetinK Lines, nml in Cineinnuti
at tliu Uununil (Allocs of the Compiiny,
119 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner Levee, and at Do
pot Foot of Mill Street,
C. K. FOI.I.KT, J. I,.ORISWOT.n.
Oen. l'asii. & Ticket A 'irt, (ien.Su perintomleii t
I t I.. ..la
EiU. 1.11111. JAi.in.
EDWARD GALLUP,
t'ontraeling Passenger Agent,
111) Vino St., Ciiiciunnti, Ohio.
FOR LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tl, .ntvi0..f nf f tin TaiiIdvIIIa nlntdlnn rst
fimilnntl tint hiiIoikIIi! cnuininmifc tor unss-
ruitiTr iriivui iiihkus imn inn
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALLP0IUTS
South and Southeast.
) T1IROVGII TRAINS
) Daily.
With Diroct Connections from tho East for
Louisville "Without Change of Cars
This is tho only road whoso trains loare Cin
ciimnti anil pHssengm-s are delivered at depot
houiorsuienoeinixuiviiioFKEE.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio & Miss.,
ana take no others.
TIIROUGHTICKETS
Can be purchufedat all tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
CIITGI1TNATI,
At t'hn Gunornl Offlces of the Company
110 VINE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Mnln Pt., cor. I.tvoo,
nnd nt the Depot, foot of Mill Stroct.
CHAS. K. POI.T.KTT.
J. L.CKINVnU,
Gen. Sup'fe
tit. Lou id.
Gen. Puss. & Ticket A'gt
Ht. IjOUIS.
Edward Gallup,
Contracting Passenftor A(?ent,
ll'.l Vine St., tJlnciuniiti, Ohio.
Geo. Lantz, Alex. Peareo.
LANTZ &; PEARCE,
DElLEIta IK
Harflware, Stoves, ani Asjicultnral
Implements,
AND
Manufacturers of Tinware,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO,
DIRECT Mention to their Inrge nnd varied
Mil f,,rili Hnrins and Hummer Tiado,
coriHintlng In purt ot
Will8on'8, Collins' and
EXELSIOR STEEL PLOWS
all warranted to perform well.
HILLSIDE CAST-PLOWS
of Pittsburgh nml Znncsvillo pnilorim, nnd
IPXow SHears
for sama The Celebriitod
Malta Double Shovel Plow
nilmittoil to be the best In use. The Zanciville
JELG gulator
and other Cant IHowh ahvuynon baud. A largo
Hoes, Hakes, Sythes, &c.
Agents for
Buckeye Mowers and
Reapers, Sweepstakes, and
Thrcshlny Machines.
AUo for the
Double Harpoon Horse HAY Forks.
Those needing Repair) for Mowing Mnchino
are roiluextoil tuseiid in tlieironloi'ncnrly.
Miiruli m, lH7l-ti
NEW STOUE
ITS Z ALII SKI !
0". A.. XA-KiTIIsr & CO.,
At Phillips' old Stand, on MalnHtreet,
Zaleoki, Ohio,
T.lfn It, (m vtinllwul nf In, .vml .1 if llli.ll1 frlnililft
nnd tho people of Vinton county In general
mat tncy nave spenuu s
FAMILY GROCERY
AND
LIQU0B & PEOVISIOH STORE I
ami will keep constantly on hand ft targe stock
or
Groceries and Provisions
and all kinds of tho
CHOICEST LIAtJOESt
All of which will be sold at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES f
Aswopny Cash for everything wn bnywe
always ex lier.l Ml unicu re umiu 0 iviw vwivv.,
. .- 1I I ... ....II .11' .... 1..A.I.I
son we itiiiunu w wu ii uui www.
Cheaper than they can bo purohaaed
(JIto us a call, and wo will satisfy yon.
COUNTRY -TRODUCE
Of every dottcrlplfon token in exchange f-r
J. A. MARTIN & CO.
Zulvskt. Mulch '1.
HELATll ! I1EAIITY ! !
Strona and Pure Rloh Blood In-
cron of Fleah and Weight
Clear Skin and Beautiful
Complexion,
SECURE I) TO ALL.
RAD WAY'S S ABS AP AKILLI AN
EES0LVENT
HAO MA HE Til K MOT AHTONISUTNO
I'lTRKS. HO (JUKIC, 'X ItAl'll) AllE
TIIK Oil Nl)IW Till'; IIODV USDKU-
OK TIMS TltUI.Y WUNhlilt
Flil. MKU1UINB, THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
Scrofula, Consninptiori,
grohilia In Its
'liisens.. I'lccrs
in tho Throat,' Month ( Tuinoti, Noiles in the
nuuiv orma, i.iaimnnir
vi'r!Soriw,HeiifilHeud,ltiiiB-wonn Suit Uliemn
Krynlpoli ii, Aue, Hliick HpotH, Worms in 1 ho
FleMh Tiimom,Civneerlii tlm Womli, and nil
WcnkenhiK and Painful ''''OTvW'1
Sweiiln, and all Wastes of the Lifo l i lnclple,
........111,1.. ii, a Pimiilvn llniiiro ol Itudwny 8
rtainnparillinn Uesolvent, and niew ilays' nso
will prove to any porsim umIiik it for cither of
Iheso lorins oi iusee no I'v-1 v
'Not only does the SATtRAPARII.I.IAN 1113
HOLVENT excel all known remedial airenU in
tlie Cure of (.'liroliio, Serol'uUiin, t'oiislilutioli,
HUln hik) Syiiliiluiil illnoiwes, hut it In the only
positive remedy tot
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Urinary and Womb Dlseiws, firavel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Incontinence of Urine. Drlglit'il 1H
enKo, Alliiiminuiia, nnd In all ciwes whore
there are Ilrick Dust Iioposit, or tlm wntor is
thick, cloudy, mixed with siilistanccs like tlie
wluto ot an vax, or threads like white tiik, or
there Is ft morbid dark, bilious appearance, and
whito bono-diut deposits, and whore there Inn
prick Iiir, burning sensation, nnd pain in tho
Small of tho Hack, nnd along; tlio I-oln;. In all
those conditions KAHWAV8 HAK8APA
llll.MAN It KHDDVK.NT, aided by the applleii
tlon of Jtadwnv'a Heady llrollof to the Hplne
nml Siimll of tho Hiwk, and the IlowelH riu;uhi
ted with one or two of Ilndway's lli'KUlatlng
Pills iierdar, will soon muko a uonitilute cure.
Inn fewdnya tlio pntlont will be nlile to hold
and dise.liurKO water nntumlly wltliont pain,
and the Urine ill be riuitorcil to its nuturul
clear and amber or sherry color.
TILE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy nnd vigorous
blood, ilmt fiirnltdiPi sound atruoturo. lloncu
all snffcrlng from Weakonlnat JllschaiKin,
i.uimr Mnln nrFoinnle. or from Ulcers orHures,
tlirniiith the rapsratlve iinH'-ecsof HAUWAY'8
SAKSAl'AKlLlAH. aruarresioii.anu hiu rup
tured organs healed.
OVARIAN TUMOR CtTRF.n - TPMOR OF
TWKI.VE YKARa OKOWTII UUKKU ill KAU-
WAY'S KE30I.VKNT.
Kkvrklv, Mash., July 1ft, 1800.
Tin. UI)WAY s I have had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no help for it." I tried every thing
that was remiiiinendeil.hut nolhlnpr helped In.
I snwynur Resolvent, nud thniiKht I would try
it, bnl 1 1 ml no 1 it i t It in it, bccHUNe I hml suflVrod
n,r tu idvn vphi-h . 1 took six Inittlea of the Re
solvent, one box of Kmlnay's I'ilia, nnd used
two laittlesoryotir itonuy iuuici; ami more is
not aak'n ol'n tumor to lio kccu or felt.and I
fuel belter, smarter, hanider than I have for
twelve years. Tlie worst tumor wln the left
slue or the uoweu, over me uroin. i wruu mis
Uyou fortbti beiHitltofolhors. Yon can pub
liHli if you choose.
' HANNAH P. KNArP.
BtjyPricoOne Dollar.
EADWAYS BEADY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty Minutes
Not one hour after rendlnjr this advertisement
need any one saner nun pain.
RAD WATS READY RELIEF
18 A CURK t'Olt EVERY PA IX. IT WAS4THE
FIRST, AND H
TnE ONLY TAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops themost excruciating puln
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AN1 Ct'UKS
. UOMOMTIONH,
Wliether of tho I.iiiiks. Hlomach, RowiU,. or
tliettlnnds nml organs, by ono ai)dicntinn,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or oxcrnriallng the
pain, tho KIIEOMATIO, HH-ridilcn, Intlrni,
Crippled, Nvrvoiui. Neurultflc or ui'ostiateu
with disease, may suffer,
Iladwny's Heady Relief
Will, In from ONE TO TWENTY JftNt'TKK, affiird
m and comfort, and this in oil lei lie, o rapid in
stopidng pain, can be purcluiKed Kitty ( outs
tier bottle nt almost every dniKt(iKt' and coun
try merchant's stun on this continent, nnd
within one hour's distance of almostevery hab
itation in tho United (states.
Ml RUSH TISSf A Kf) XKVItA IG1A .
HllliVMATISM AM HKVIIAUilA.
If those wlio are now Niillci in l'nlii. no mut
ter uiiat tlio cause may be, or by what name
it, is railed if external, apply Rl)WAY's
liEAliY Kki.ikk to tlie part of iho linrty where
the pain Is present. 1 1' Internal, 20 drops, dilu
ted in water, ns it drink. Whether Urnuips.
Himsms, In Ham ni .it ion. f 'unrest inn, Asiatic
( liolera, C'li IUn hiiiI Fever, tlm most violent, ex
eriii'.intinif nnd tortming pains will bw stopjieO
in from one to twentv minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS wHERE
EADWAY'S READY BELIEF
Will Afford Inetnnt Ensa
INFLAMMATION OF TIIK KIDNKYs
INFLAMMATION Or TM K J1LADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK KOWKI.S,
:()NfJKl'ION (IK III K I.UNOS.
90RK THROAT. DIFFICULT I1RKATII 1NO,
rA LI I I A I ION IK TIIK HEART.
I1VSTEKICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
CATAKitll, INFLUENZA,
HEADACHE, TOOTH ACHK.
NKUIIALOIA. RHEUMATISM.
COLD, ClIII.T.o, AOUK CHILLS.
ThouimiiciitiDhnf tliu READY RELIEF to
tho imrt or pai ls win ru tho pain or illllu iilty
exists will alloid casu and comfort. 20 drops
in nlialftmiililerof wider will, in a few mo
ments, euro Cramps, Spasms, four Stomach,
lleartliiirn, Hick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Unllo, Wind In the Dowels, ami all Inter
mi 1 Pains.
Travelers should nlwnvs carry n bottlo or
RADWAY'H HKLIEK with llioin. A fewdi-ops
In w.iterwlll Hi-event sickness or pains from
(limine of water. It 14 belter tliau Flench
tlniinly or mi terms a srnniilant.
FEVER AIVIIACJUE.
FEVER AND AGUE SOURED.
FEVKIl AND AOUK CURED
KOlt FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial ngent in Iho world
that will cure FEVER AND AtiUK,
and all other Mnlnrlous, ItllliuiM, Henri et, Ty
phoid, Yellow and oilier f evers (nlileit ny
Itndway'b Pills,) so (julcli ns Iladway'it Boivily
Itoliuf.
ITOT OUB
Person need suffer, bo they over so much ex-
posuii to i' ever nun Ague, it tnev wm only take
RaiiWay'B Hkaiiy IIki.ikh. nud keen their bom.
tin open with KtttUmy' I'lUn. Ilundroils lu Iho
west, wiioiinvtt nitiierio neon iioctoring at ine
mu of one and two hundred dollars for a few
months' troatment iirekcepinir themselves nnd
families free from f'K VKU and AIIVK, CHILLS
and rKV fH, ItllEUSIATlSV. Ac.., for one or
two dollars a your, spent for Ilndway's Heady
i&cnei nun itiuiwnv'H rins ii;oiiiiiii),
ine lii'.AUV KCLii.i' will uiiorci fiiwam tan
to nil. Price only U) cents per bottlo,
N. II. Hou that every bottlo has nn India
Rubber Stopper. Hold at nil Druggists, and nt
Dr. Ilndway's olUco, No. 87 Maiden Luno, New
York.
DR. EADOT'S PERFECT PUEOA-
TIVE PILLS,
riSBFKVTlY TASTBLKS8,
Elecanlly Coated with Sweet Onat.
PUltOK, KEUULATK. I'URII-y. CLBANSU AND
Radway'g Pill,
FOHTHK I7KB OK
AU. T)TSOMKltS OF77IK firoAfACrr, HVKIi,
JIOWKI..1 KIDS'KYS, hl.ADDKU. NKRVOVS
DISK A SICK IIKADACIIK, COASTI'ATJOjV,
rosrrvKXKss, jhdigkstiok. dyspki-sa,
nmom.vKss. Jituons fkvkil i.sklasi.
MA Tloy Of TtlHnoWRLX PI LRU, and all do
riingeuiunts of the Internal Viscera.
Warranted to Klfnct a Positlveturfl.
x.t.c. V r .... , u,r l (iff I.'
CONTAININO NO MRKCIJKY. M1NKBAL8 OK
DELETKlllOUo DKUUtt.
robsen'0 the following symptoms result-
Ini from Disorders of tlio Dluost Ivo OrKiitm 1
uoiistipauon, iiiwarn i nes, rumioss or the
Wood In tho Hed, Acidity of tlie Htoniuvli,
iSI.UFIilt, llimr.M ,., I'inh"". limn, rilllllONH
or Weight Ir) the Btomaoh, Hour Fruetntlons,
Hlnklngnr Kluttorlng at tho Pit of iho Hlomach,
Hwiminlngof th llend, 1 In mod and Iillllcult
Ilreatlilng, Fluttering nttho Heart, Choking or
nunocniiirg nriisnuoiis wnen in a M lna I'os
tnre, lUnniessof Vision, Dots or Wofm beforo
iiiiv, iii,iin-ni,. i",,.ii, i.imii ur v. iton iieioro
the Riuht.Fevur and Dull I'oln In tlm n,i
Deflcloney of Perspiration, Vellownc sf Ilia
BbiH BH.i fr. ... r,.rHi.. .,.'cji.i.. ... .
i.i ii "ffi'i i7, . i. ill ill 1.1111 num. I.III1SII, lillllllS,
and Htrilden Mimlien of II out, Jlurirtna In tlie
Fiend.
A few ilnsos of tlADWA V's riLt,H will free tlo
system irnin an uioniiovo-nuiiiou uiBOtUurs.
Prloe 25 Cents Pr Box.
T?. A TTWr A "V SLy r1-
No. 8TMalU.it Lart, N.'V.
HEAD FALSE AND TRITE.
Bend ons Islterrtnmp to I'tADW AY & CO.,
No, S7 Maiden Ijiiis, New York. Itiforinaltnri
hoi lU Uioubnii'U will lie ten! you. H-
(ilnnds, nml otnor iiu 7-"
fives. Strumous jlisclinmes from tho hum;
Krin.tlvo Discuses of tho tyui, Noso. Mmitll,
r..,.,,,a,iklii DiscHsos: Eruptions, to-
',
I
YOU AJuIj
ItAVR ItKAttn Of
Hoofland's Gorman Bitters,
AN V
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Prepared hy Dr. O. M. .I'nrksnn, Plilluc!tildilf
I'liiiir iiili'iidiii.lliiu lot') I Ms country from Uirinnni
icciirred lu
IH'-i.L
Thoy Cured Your Father aflif IrTothers
Mid will aim yon and your clilldrou. Thuy aro f
liuly dllVeruiil IVoiii tlm ninny in-imiHliMW imw K
ho eniiiiliy rnlleil Hitlers or Tonics. Tlmy iru no"
ami n piiiinmiliis. or aiiylhiiii; IHio them ; a it guoo
lonusl, lulialile niudleliMis. They uiu
sXEiaOii
TVio (irentetl known rtmttUftJbr
,lvcr Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Nervous Debility, Jaundlco,
Diseases or the Kidney?
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN .
ml all Diseases arising from a Disordered l.lrer
Houiach, or
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD
loiiBlipnllon, Flat iileuco, lilwaid I'llcs, Fuliioss o
lllooil to tliu I liiad, Acldllv of Iho Hlomncli, Nau
sea, llearl-hiii n. .DIskiisI. for Food, Fatness or
WoIkIiI In Hi" Hliunach, Monr KiHela-
linns, HiuliliiK or Khitleiliitf at Hie
Pit of the Hlonmrli, H wltii in Inn of the
riead, lliiriled or Dlllleull DrealliliiK, Klnlter
lut nt tliu Heart, C'liukhiK or Sun'ociilliiK SensrV
o
ions when inaf.yliiK I'osluro, Dimness nf VMnir
ois or wens neioru ine niifni, ifhii i urn in .uv
Dead, Dellelenry of PurHplralloii, Vellowiicsa
of Iho tiklu and liyos, l'nlii lu llie .Shin,
Hack, tllnist, Mirths, clc, Hilililiin
FIiihIios of ileal, IliirtdiiK III tliu Flesh,
Oonslant JniSiiiliiS of Kvil nml (Iroal Dupras'
slon of Hplrits.
Ui thttt inncatt VUtaH of tli Untr or HlgeiUI
Orgttrts, combined with Moo-l.
fSZ '
Hoofland's German Bitters
I entirely vej;elahio, and cotilalus no Ihpior. It I
conitioiind of Fluid Hxlincts. Tha Hoots, llerhsr
lid llarks noin wlileli Iheso Kxtracls are maric.an
athcred from (lerinniiy. All Iho Heillinl virtues srr
Xtracted from Ihcm hy a sclenllllc chemist. Tlnw
(tracts nro then foi wiiVilcil lo lids country to li nset
xpiessly fiirlho iiisuiifnCliiruofllii'su llillers. Tlierr
1410 alcoholic siilmliince or liny kind used in mm
oulilllliK Mm Hil I era, hence It is the only Hit lera Ilia
an he used lu rases wliuio nlcoliollc Ulnmlanls ait
ot advisable.
Hoofland's Gorman Tonlo
I acomlil est Ion of all Iho Inipiidlenls or the llillers
Mill I'uaa Simla (Iras Itiim, Omnce, etc. It. is nun
r the ssiiiii illsen.e ns Hits llillers, In rases when
onio pure alcoholic stimulus Is required. Yoh wiH
car hi mind that lliusii renicdlcs are mil imly ilifl'i
lit finmaiiy olliors advertised for I lie euro of the ill
sees imincil, llieso beiiii' sclenllllc prepsrslions o
ledlcBl extracts, while tlio others are more iloroc
ions of i n in In somo form. Tho TON 10 is decidedlj
no of Iho most plijisniil nnd auriienhlii reumlief- evil
ITercil lo Iho public, lis la-m is exipiislln. It 1st
leasurn lo Inku II. while Its llfc-clvim.', cxliilnrallnir
nd medicinal qualities have caused It to lie known- ss
tio prettiest ol all Ionics.
ii:niT.ia,v.
Tlinrois no medicine equal to Ilisilbinil's Dnrmat
4ttcrsor Tonic In dues of Dehlllly. They lmiar
.tmie and vlijor lo tlie whole system, strengthen Hil
ppelile, cause an eiijnviuent of Hie fissl, enable llu
totuash te (litest It, purify Hie blood, K1
nnnrl, healthy criinplexlon. ernillcalo llio yellow Hill?
wn llm eye, lininrl a lilisini I" the clucks aur
Iisiiko tlie pnllenl from n slmrl breiillied. e:n:ir. nn-rt
eak, and nci vuus itivilld, loa rn'l-liicod, rlou", our
bforuil imiFou.
nuimioa nii i!toi jnpio ni'n
)A 0Di.mni flaw wmiiHXii o iiH) V o(.js-1
iiii.nHiA'.iii.Mi s.mpi.Mi iiu.iKiV pun "a"
laai.uni h ' ispl.iiui ,(i o im jiij ,uu s,ikiui,u jismij,
a ( o; i' KOHM.IVf IV i) Aij.uujoi) V
J04dudo.ij - 'SHVAa 'W 'BVIIO'
i'i"i"i,"ii'i.i . 7.V.. V r n: ".v
MNDKK-tW NVIVJK-frt a ILL XV
ni o uo(9K
In lioiln jriti.lo Xnn oi SHOJilxa ft isus nq sf.
niaj OJiii,f, Ml no ni'viil Jivum, ss,itin nq nsusjjs
piHiA i-v isuf t Xvs iCuiu i iii) s JuiiUu S1 Ot
CE
.f Am... .., m h mhIh ,,, n,t u.,ti..nii An nn TinnrtfiW'
'.II. .,MM, ,, Pinj.K,,,..,,..',, .....( ". . , -
iiiorsu Xii os piiiipusii .(pisj.Miinosiulsi1lf
1UIUU lllllUil, FOII'IIOHII n .ll'wl
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Wl II0I.II"I 'JO
oinon j ait .' Jim.I, J sJsf
Diri'l JO. luaiop Mi J
010( 4 id ()()! 'suaillll 9tJt
- O uajifiitinnoanl sjmrit
IV npioq iptm tt iMtn, ,fll.iu mil jo nuinu il pu
llrx i) .nil pi J11111IH.IM opSiio oii jo imj n
liiisisi' iu io njiHMiiais an) oavu aiimihiK bqj
p,ili.j.i.iiiiioj o.iii s.ii,iiu,iii iimujoi) s.iniuuoou
NOiinvo
'(ioo, w fin ij vp
'n, , r,':iiiil n nni'Mins fitnor. VO satHOn OAIJ
Will V llllll )(U. III 0lM q 0 loll S HSilM "
! .... fun liana ni nilltssrM'
nt A 1 Xiut us WsdndsiC(i 8111 pifll 1 iudC
1M pnin;in nn 'itut oq.tt nuo Xrm oi ,.fino,T trtrrusE
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'iniA.tsuiii, '40iUnisiA jo joAnr-X3
'(IOOAV '11 BflUVf NOII
A.)Uhi.ki ii.i.iu spq asil A4ii,, , -in.iii.nii ni wi w
no ono i Xiiiijoduii 'niuiii ni.i.)rTt) nt s tuaqi Pusu
liio.m.1 iiii; ii,n'jn,vf sud nqt mi4ti Aiuj suiv
niii,, pun S.IOMIII unuMnr)a,iuuiHii pisussi
'GtiHI 'Maillir'irivilH 'sliiMjO ,MOiVi
N 'opill'iil y lia u"ll J juk
'SH3IDOH 'SI -HAV "KOII
aoo.wsiivus jiDiiono &
Xi3n.ip ioniw iminidm
iidnds.fn HitisniiM 'ruiim noo!l X.ioa s ..RionitT lii
jo n,pniiioiii iiiqi o;uo.indxo St puuoJOAi I
Vtwl I uii' viii.i IMCl V llll,
tipiHA.f.iiiio,( jo lJiiiQ oiu.udiifl nqi J0.ilSUf
aooAVBJiviia rroaoao "Non
fjoff.iitou.T, sjiirvr 'imimm nn 'nnx , ,
'II in o.iii.iuimIxii Am uio.ll sun Xjiijdj lira t 'msilatf
tX( jo niiis,-)l)iif jost;iMi josnsua n oupnwW
pllllIIA S S.IOU U1IIII.IO HJMUllll 4Ulinuuv I
WW 'Rfi li'l V 'viiM'iaiiv'iiii.f
'SIIIIAnSUII,I JO .IIHir (HIIIMIIIIH 01 jo sjpsiir
'NOS'JUIOILL RHVf 'NOII
miVMaoo.wAv onp
'Xmn stunt 'mnn.fs ni
nmnsnoAjnit lit iim.w nun aiiiiunp jo Snssjui niniiiM'
mult jo pun 'suiiKio 0AinItU ml jo ssn "I I'U1
)IIO ponn s H(,,llllll usiihbii ".I""'!!""!! ii v" s
'UNI III 'PJ"rl viii.i iaiiT iin.i
I SlrtUM
(ItiSAIATsuua.t jo iJiioo oiuiwdug oqi jni9isnf jwnj
'(PIYAVdOOM m. grn.iogio NOII
nos.iuilnjil itmpipoiil Aim Jt)
io( ill pivmpo fiioisq jomiii siia HnAtonj ot) mi
AijoiM:iii.iBiDril
'Nimnriuid.i.sl nsmn An isiwii not "ntitiXin 4oio
o1shhI,i4 is.-niini jo iuim J 'iuhi pii.nniiiiij.il Xji
iuo9nti til limn .M mix uoa uhiisb jiiao s
'IP nn pint !sirpiiiuii.i nsoit jonsu ui1 A"o 'iioiiiiis
ilas 'piulii u ii suvttjo uAsn.1ip juoX o.i)t i j.ipJO
JiiA llo ihHD) tiMiiil pmqq JiloA doin mio( pi
IOUflUI1lm.1.l MlWIrtl UIU M pHO "IMUU 4UM
Mjoiii.iit.r pooiir ioit
ma snv saNmnaii t!U 0
oinoi m woia nn Japn &n
For sale by
G.V.SISSON, ' 1
Me Arthur, Chic,

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