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The Bill to Soldiers
The Bill to Allow Soldiers at the Soldiers'
Home to Vote.
Jv A bill was introduced early
in tKe 8eb8ion of tlie Ohio Leg
islature by lion. D. J. Callen,
to allow bocIi inmates of the
Soldiers' Home, near Dayton,
who are actual, bona fide vo
ters in Ohio, to vote, and have
them credited in the county in
which they have their legal
residence. After being twice
read it was referred to th
Committee on Privileges and
Elections. As this was not the
kind of a law that would suit
the Republican leaders, it has
been in the hands of the Coin
mittec ever since. Some day,
when too late to pass it, it will
be reported back without ret
ommendation, and quietly kill
ed off. As the Committee has
four Republicans and but three
Democrats Kleinschmidt, of
Hamilton, bdng one of tbe
ReDublicans. and Love, of
Hamilton, Babcr and Waldron
the only Democrats and was
made up as a partisan Commit
tee to give Blakeslee, of Wil
liams, a seat, when his county
h d no right to elect one, tbis
treatment of Callen's bill shows
that soldiers' voting, unless
they vote where it will aid the
Radical, is the merest bosh.
How diarly the Radicals do
love the soldiers t In 1860
these same Radical leaders
promised the people that if
they would turn out and vote
for old Abe for President they
should each have 160 acres
of land, but not a solitary vo
ter even unto this day has ever
been blessed with a foot of
land, excepting those dragged
off- intothe war, (the Radicals
got np to enrich themselves,)
who got just enough to rest
their bodies in silent death, al
though a Radical Congress,
which has been in session from
the very beginning of the war,
had many land bills before it,
but the bills were all passed
for the exclusive benefit of rich
corporations instead of poor,
broken down, or crippled sold
iers. Yes, sir I -These infer
nal Radical leaders who control
the affairs of this once happy
country are very precious
friends of the soldiers they were
so anxious should go to the
front to do the fighting while
they remained at the rear to
draw the gold interest on their
bonds during the day and
slept on feather beds at night 1
Yes I indeed 1
$3.
Only $3 will pay your faro on the
Excursion Train from McArthur to
Columbus and return on tho 13th of
May.
New Paper. -A new pnper, en
titled tho Adams Covnty Democrat,
has bcon established at Manchester,
in that county, tho two first num
bers of whith wo have received and
carefully poruscd. Ouryoung friend,
Edwin Shivel, formerly an attache
of this office, is Editor and Publish
cr. l no paper presents a very
beautiful appearance, and we are
pleased to note the fact that Ed. has
really commenced in earnest the
lifo of a newspaper Editor. But,
Friend Ed., allow us to call your
attention to a most important fact
there are not enough of Democratic
papers fn this Wildon-rulcd Con
gressionaf District ; and, instead of
etarfciug n Democratic paper in the
soundly Democratic connty of old
Adams, where a good Democratic
paper is already in existence, you
should bare went right into the
Radical county of Lawrcnee, just
above you id tht District, and es
tablishod your paper, where two
quarreling .Radical papers already
exist, and you could "make it pay"
thcro in duo courso of time; and,
besides bo of some asmHtanco during
the political campaigns. Nothing
liko "pitching a tout" . Wk clear
ground.
Let the Democrats every
where stick to the white basis
and negro suffrage will go uri
der. Nigger votes weakens
Radicalism more than
fctrengtheiis it.
it
Removal of the Illinois
State Capital from
Springfield to Peoria.
The people are
talking strongly of removing
the Capital from Springfield to
Peoria, as wo learn from the
Peoria National Democrat.
Hundreds)!? thousands of dol
lars have already been sub
scribed on condition that the
removal shall not pecuniarly
injure the State. Let the
Capital be removed, and then
let the honest people of the
State remove corrupt Radical
ism to Africa.
The contest between C. C.
Bowen, the white Radical big
amist and R. C. De Large, a
nigger, both of South Carolina,
for the honor of a seat in the
Forty-second Congress, has
been virtually decided in favor
of the former. The Commis
sioners of Election of Beanford
county (in De Large's district)
were arraigned" and tried last
week in the U. S. Circuit Court
at Charleston, upon an indict
ment setting forth that Wil
liams, Langley, and Gleaves,
the aforesaid Commissioners,
had, while acting in that ca
pacity at tbe last election,
stuffed the ballot-boxes, falsi
fied the election record, made
false returns of the number of
votes cast, and committed di
vers other acts in violation of
the United States Enforcement,
law. The jury found the pris
oners guilty, and Judge Bond
sentenced them each to two
years imprisonment in the
penitentiary.
The Court having sustained
Bo wen's charges of fraud in
that district, De Large will be
compelled to retire and give
place to bis contestant. "Poor
downtrodden African I"
J. L. Douglas, tho gentle
manly Agent for the House of
J. N. Harris & Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio, called on us yesterday.
Congress has adjourned.
"Spring Time Has Come"
And the beautiful assortment
of Goods are coming from tbe
East to the House of "W. F.
Felton & Son", on the South
side of. Main Street. They
are making preparations to dis
play the Largest Lot of Goods
ever brought to this market.
This stock of goods has been
purchased since a decline in
price?; and the firm is deter
mined to give the public the
benefit of the fall of prices.
IIile will probably return this
week, and the goods will soon
begin to arrive, when the peo
ple can see what a fine quality
of goods can be sold at greatly
reduced prices. Go and see
and you will be convinced.
Dr. J. C. Bisnor, Coroner
of our county'was in town yes
terday, on business connected
with his office. He favored us
with a call.
Something Important to
Know!
All the Peoole Deeply Interested!
Every town has not only its
popular, business centres, but
its celebrated business Houses.
McArthur has its celebrated
business House that of Dan
Will & Bros. now represen
ted by Aaron Will in the Eas
tern Markets. Of the stock of
Goods that are being selected
we hardly think it necessary to
say that the greatest care will
be taken to select that which
will be the most suitable for
this market Every piece or
nennda will hp. hoilfrht at fiiwti
n""-" ' o .
low rates that the firm will
positively sell lower than any
Western City Wholesale
House, The House can even
supply country merchants with
good's at yery low figures
Don't fail to visit tbe House- as
soon as the goods begin to ar
rive, which will be last of this
or firbt of nest week. t
Coughenour, the burglar,
and Ankrom, the Horse
Thief, Tunnel the Jail
Thief, Tunnel the Jail Wall and Run Home---
Coughenour Captured
after Breakfast and
Brought to his old Quarters.
llCDOLPII COUOHENOCB, th tlO-
torious burglar of Southern Ohio,
and Basnet Ankbom, tbe midnight
"confiscator" of fine horses, who
had been confined in the county
jail for several months past and reg
ularly received rations tri-daily
which the county kindly pays for
quarterly, tunneled the wall at tho
east end of the jail and crawled out
into the Jailer's garden and left for
their respective homos on Friday
evening last, about 7 o'clock. They
had been engaged about two weeks
on the tunnel, and completed it on
the afternoon of that day. Thoir
tools consisted of an iron rod and a
piece of board, which they had torn
from a cot in the cell. One of the
large stones was raised out of the
floor, and nothing else was required
but excavating the earth beneath.
Sheriff Booth being absent in Gal
lia county subpoenaing witnesses in
the CouoniiNpuR qaso, they thought
it would be a good time to go home
by way of their tunnel. Away they
went Sheriff Booth, hearing of
their departure, concluded to remain
in Gallia county and visit the old
man's residenco and give him an
invitation to return to his old quar
ters at this place, as soon as he
should arrive at homo. The Sher
iff waited until Sunday morning
when Rudolph put in an appearance
at his residence After he had eat
en a hearty breakfast the Sheriff
Informed him that they had better
bo going as it would be late before
they would reach their destination.
They arrived here about sunset on
that evening, and the suporinfond-
en of the funnel is again in his
boarding house. Ankrom is out in
Jackson Township in a red brush
thicket of thrco thousand acres wait
ing for somebody to go after him.
We learn that William "W.
Sherrod, late proprietor of the
Hamden House, whose death
occurred at 1 o'clock, on Sat
urday afternoon, April 1,1871,
at Hamden, of which we have
mentioned, was born in Rock
bridge county, Va. While
very young he removed from
that county to Kentucky, where
he was married. His wife died;
and he removed to Gallia coun
ty, Ohio, and was again mar
ried. He remained there but
a few years, vhen he removed
to Hamden and became pro
prietor of the House above
named. He was energetic and
economical in his business ; as a
citizen, he was peaceable, inof
fensive and qniet. He was an
active and true Democrat be-
ing one of the few who voted
for Hon. J. C. Breckinridge, in
the memorable strunfcle of
18G0.
He died very suddenly fall
ing from his chair while sitting
at his desk writing from
stroke of apoplexy. He leaves
a wife and five children to
mourn their loss.
Lewis Clakk, who resided
in Elk Township, about three
miles north of McArthur, fell
dead while plowing in his field,
a short distance from his resi
dence, on Monday forenoon
last. It is supposed that dis
ease of the heart caused his
death. He was a member of
the Christian Church. He
leaves a wife and a number of
children.
Stop a Moment!
"We only wish to say to you
that Gilmaw, Ward & Co., at
J, K. "Will's old stand, are sel
ling the prettiest Dress Goods
of any House in this County I
The ladies who have been there
say so. All their goods ore
the best in the market and go
ing off at the lowest prices.
Should it become necessa
ry for the Gallipolis, McArthur
&, Columbus Kailroad Co. to
tunnel any hills cn the line of
the rod in Gallia county, we
would suggest that the services
of R. Cotigbenour and B. Ank
rom be engaged, as they have
had oje experience in that
branch of railway making.
HEM 1 EElllEOLD'S
COMPOUND FLUID
Extract Catawba
Grape IPillQ.
Component Parts Fluid Extract
Rhubarb and Fluid Extract Ca
tawba Grape Juice.
For Uver Complaints, Jaundice, HIIIohii Af-
ftftHoM, eii'K or Kervous imuarw, uin
ness, Kto. Purely Vegetable, Containing no
Mercury, Mineral or Deleterious Drugs-
H
Phaserillaaroa pleaaant purgative, ipcr
sedlng cantor oil, suits, imigiiesia, eto- There
Is nothing more acceptable to the stomaeh.
They give lone, snd cause neither nausea nor
frriplng pains. They are composed of the finest
ngredlenU. Alter a few diiy's nscof them,
such an In v I promt Ion of theentlre system takes
place mi to appear miraculous to the weak and
enervated. H.T. Helmbold's Compound I luid
Extract Catawbs tirnpe Pills are not sugar
coated: sugar-coated Pills pass through the
stomach without dissolving, consequently do
not produce the desired effect. TH K OAT A H -BAUHAPKPILL3,
being pleasant In taste and
.i... .i naooa.itntn their belner snirar-
VtlV'l I fill BMW V
coated, and are prepared according to rules or
Phiirmnrv and iheinistry. aud an) not Patent
Mcdicim..-'
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HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Will radically exterminate from the system
PCrulUIS, Pypilllie, It'vur nwiw, uiw-ii., i.
Eyes, bore Legs, Bora Month, Sore Head, Bron
chitis, Skin Diseases, Bait Rheum, Cankers,
Kunuingfrom the Kar, w ntto Bweiimirs, m-
n,.nli.MMi, Air.Mttlnna Nnrit'R. Hil-ketjl.
Glandular Swellings. Might Sweat. Rash, Tot
ter, Humors of all kinds, Chronic Rhenmntlsm,
Dyspepsia, and all diseases that bare been es
tablished In the system for years.
Being prepared expressly for the above Com
plaints, Its lllood-Purifying properties arc
grcaterthan any other preparation or Sarsapa
rilla. It gives the complexion a clear and
healthv color and restores the patient to a
state of health and purity, for purifying the
blood, removing all Chronlo Constitution Bla-
eases Hrwlng from an impure
and the only reliable and effectual known rem
edy for the enre of pains nnd swellings pf the
hones, ulceration ol the throat and legs, blotch
es, pimples on the face, erysipelas and all scaly
eruptions of tho skin, end bcautll) ing the com
plexion. , ,
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HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
CONCENTRATED
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHTJ,
TUK GREAT DIE RETIC
has cored every ease of Diabetes In which It
lias lieen given, imiaiion ni um act:, ui hto
niiwi.ior nnrl intlum urn! Inn of the KidiiovR. ul
ceration ot the Kidneyaand Blnddcr, Hetentiou
of Urine, IMseiwes of the Pnwtrote Glnnd,
8toiie in Mir Bladder, Calculus, Oravcl, Brick
iin.t i..iinu nnd mucous or nillkvdi.svharKus,
Slid for enfeebled and delicate Constitutions of
both sexes, attended with the following symp
toms: Indisposition to exertion, loss of power,
loss of memory, difficulty of breathing, weak
vc, trembling, horror of ciiseiwo, waxeiui-
hands, flushlnir of the body, dryncssof the skin,
eruption of he face, pulifl countenance, uni
versal aasuiKie oi we muscmnr to
itH li nersona from the aires of eighteen to
twcnty-Uve. nnd from thirty-five lo fifty-five
orin the decline or change of lile; after con
finement orlabor pains; bed-wetting invnim-
roll. ,
B
Ilelmbnld'fl Exfraet Bnchu la Diuretic and
TUnniLfurifvinL'. nnd uures diseases ariilnir
from hahlts oCdiKslniitinn excesses and Impru
dences In life, impurities of the blood, etc.,
superseding copmoa in nnecimns tor wiih m u
is uaed
ftnu svpniiiiic ancciions in fiitm uin-
cases used
in connection with Helmbold's
Kose V) ash.
LADIES.
In many affections necnliny to Ladles, the
t'.ttnu-t itni-tiu Is iini'iiiialled bv anv other
remedy as in chlorosis or retention, irregulur-
liy, painiuineKH or suppression 01 cumoumry
evacuations, ulcerated or schlrras state of tho
nterus, leucorrlvea or whites, sterility, and for
all coinplnints incident to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretion or habits of dissipa
tion. 11 18 prcscriueo exienmveiy uy mo mi.
eminent phvsicians and midwlvca for enfeeb
led aud dvllcat conMitutious of both icxetand
ages.
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CUBES DISEASES AEIB1N0 FBOM IMPRUDEN
CES, HA HITS OF DISSIPATION, ETC,
in their RtAgca, at littlo expense, little or no
change in diet, no Inconvenience, and no ex
posure. It causes a frequent dealrs, and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby romovlngObstruc
tlons, Preventing nnd Curing Htrictures of the
Urethra, Allaying Pain and Inflammation, so
frequent In this class or diseases, and expelling
all PolsoDoua mutter.
II. T. EELMBOLD'S IMPROVED
ROSE WASH.
cannot be surpassed as a Fare Wash, and will
he round the only apecine remwiy in every spe
clesnf CntAnooiis Affection. It sneodllv eradl
oates Pimples, Boots, Scorbutic Dryness, Indu
rations of the Cutaneous Membrnno, etc., dis
pels Redness and Incipient InflammAtion,
Hives, Hash. Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp
or Skin, Frost Kites, and all purposes for which
Halves or Ointment are used: restores the skin
to a state of purity and softness, and insures
continued healthy action to the tissues of its
vessels, on which depends the agreeable clear
ness and vivacity of complexion so much sought
and so mi red. nut nowever valuable as s rem
nr fbr existing defects of the skin, H.T. Helm
hold's Itnae Wash has lorifr sustained Its nrlnol.
pal claim to unbounded patronaffo. br poi
Ing-qiiuliUot which render It a'follet Append
aire of Ine most Superlative and Congenial
those prominent requisites, Safety and Ktflca
cy the invariable accompaniments of its use
Ml
nrscter. feoiuhlnlnr In an AlorAtit fnrmitlit
as a Preservative and a Refresher of the Com
Wexlon. It Is aLotioa for diseases of a Brnhll
Itio Nature, andaa a Injection for dinssiies of
the v rinary organs, arising- from habits of dls
nlpation, nsed In eonnaetloa with tbo KxtracU
in such diseases as recommended, cannot be
urpassoq.
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Full and ejipHol directions accompany the
Kvldonne ol ITiO most resnonslble And rnlln
ble character furnished on application, with
hundreds Of thousands of living wltnesms. snit
upward of 30,0M) unsolicited certlflnatt and
recommendatory letters, many of which are
from the highest sources. Including eminent
rnysieisns, nurarincn, nuuesmen. etc. jne
proprietor nas never resorted 10 their public
tinn in the newspapers i be does not do this
from tho fact that his arlioles rank asHtsndiml
Preparations, and do aotnsed to bo propped
op nj vertiucaserv
Henry 7. Holmftold's Genuine Prep
aration!.
Delivered to any address, Kscurrlram o
tervation.
RtAblthrd nr. ward of Twenty Years. HnM
by Dvuvaists everywhere. Address letters for
mforimiiou, in eonflilencn; to HK5KT T.
UKI.MIIOI.0. Drimlst and Chemist,
Only DepnUt U. 'V. iUf.Mioto'l Dnif ansT
Chemical warehouse, 5o. 604 Broadway, Hew
York, or to H. T. Hius mown Medical Depot,
KM Month Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Ps.
Beware ef Cnuatorfr M. , Ask for HENRY
T. UtLMUOU) ft I l sue uo otuer. nit
SIPRHSTG-, 1871.
S. C. SWIFT,
'Wholesale Dealer in
Mi ID MCI IMS.
Fairer and Small Wares and
noulcry Large Stock, Suitablo for Spring Trado.
Handkerchiefs Tut up in Attractive Stylos and Cheap.
Perftimery Hoir Oils and Fancy Soaps.
Shirt Fronts Wide Pleat, Embroidored nnd Plain.
Suspenders Adjustable and Prussia Braces.
Fish Hooks Cotton, Linow, Silk and Grass Linos.
Trimmings Tailors' and Dress Many New Patterns.
Itlank Hooks As usual, Full Line.
laper French Notes and Envolopos to Match.
Spool Cotton At Agents Prices,-aiwl
That can bo found in First-class Notion Ilouses, sold at a small Advance
to prompt short time buyers, or for Cash in band, aCtisb discount allowed.
o
US-Decorations and Wall
Chniioothe. April in,
, 1871 .
Paper Made a Speciality
EDM W&
AND
C'lieaier than the Cheapest at
Bishop's, Wllkesvillc, O.
Terrible Massacre of Jews
in Odessa.
Ail vices have been received
from Odessa, Russia, conveying
intelligence of a fearful riot,
which took place in that city
on Easter, or the day set apart
by the Jewish portion of the
population for their celebration
of Easter.
The citizens however, inter
rfered with the services, and on
being remonstrated with, as
sumed a violent nnd threaten
ing attitude toward the Jews.
The rioters congregated in the
streets and proceeded to the
establishments of the Jews, up
on which they immediately
commenced the work of devas
tation. A great many dwell
ings of prominent Jewish mer
chants were sacked and then
burned by the mob.
stores and warehouses
met with the same fate.
The
then
The
damages done to property was
immense. The rioting lasted
three days and was ouly put
down at the point of the bayo
net. Order has been restored
and the city is now quiet.
t-cverul
The people of this country,
by an overwhelming majority,
desire a change in the policy of
the Federal government. Let
them understand that the re
turn of the Democracy to pow
er means a return of economic
al administration and Constitu
tional Government.
GEN. GRANT is out West on
a spree.
One of the most sensible
suggestions we have latelv seen
concerning the disturbed con
dition of the South, comes
from a New York Republican
paper. It insists that the Gov-
ernment could better afford to
bring borne every carpet-bag
ger now engaged in Southern
politics, and set him up in a re
spectable busiues, or give him
a pension, than to pursue the
tatal policy ot continual Feder
al intermedlincr with nurelv
local affairs. The precedents
already established, or about to
be set, under the new Ku-Klux
bill, are of the most mischiev
ous kind, and will almost inev
itably bear prolific crop of evil
hereafter. Things of that sort
are invariably double-edged,
and if they cut Charleston and
Mobile to-daj', they may next
year be turned with equal ef-
ieci against Boston and lian-
AO-HITTa WANTED
To makof80 tofSOO per Month by selling
GREAT FORTUNES
Ann Uow They Werb Mabfj. By J. D. Mo
CASK, Jr. Profunelv jllimtriited nrt IwunMfi,!.
ly bound. The most universally sought after
book Issued lor yenrs. It shows how poor
scnooi maaier made 4U,wn,O0O; how a poor hsW
uiiuu mn tur neeame n great oankor.a butcher's
trrcs
apprentice the wealthiest
I'vniniiuo ins wraiuiHmi snan in America, an
unknown mcchanio millionaire In RA van
years witn many more such examples; how
i .." , wii.i .i.inni. innufiry nave al
ways mot with suece. S when umnei lT n.nrtj .
how money can be m.idc honimtlv and without
sacrifice of principle. Send lor Circular, etc.
twin iivviruuiir vAtrn Eorniiis
Hannafbret
CK M , ruoiiauors, III IV est r ou
., Cm-
clnnatl, o. l.V-2w
NOTICE,
IS horeby given that a Petition has been pre
tented to the Incorporate Villsige of n Ar
thur , In the county of Vinton, Ohloi the object
and prayer which is to obtain an order from
said Council for tho vacation of the Alley on
the western Imundary of the Grave Yard, load
ing from Main to Mill streets; the Alloy lead
ing from said last mentioned Alley west
between In-loU No. 174 nnd ITS to Valnut
street i the Alley leading from Walnnt ltreet
Kastlietweon In-loU numbered from 1184 to 19
Inolnslve, snd In-lots nuinlierefl frotn i0 to
29S Inoluslvo j the Alley leading fronvsnid Inst
mentioned Alley South between In Imw Ifos.
8M and 904 to Houth street j si 1 tlrat part of Mill
street Kast of Walnut street, also, ail that part
of South street now enclosed by tho fences of
Hiram D. Hidman and Kills IV Fiigh-nir of
rwpw ami Alleys news M Mavis' A-drtl-tlontoaaidTown,an
an order attachlnBiald
Alleys and Street to tire lofa arTMnhig. and
tkatsald petition will be for ItearW on Sat
OTday, tbe 3d day ef June, A. I). 1871.
.I.ii. 8WETLA!).
k. b rvnn,
1 KAYNOtt and others.
April 10,1871-flvr
NOTICE
—TO—
BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Scaled Proposals
Will 1)0 received at the A mlltor's Office, in Mo
Arthur, Vinton county, Ohio, until the hour of
It o'clock M., on
Wednesday, the 7th Day of
A. D. 1871,
for the building of a
June,
Brushy Fork of Raccoon Creek,
At tho crossing of the McArthur and Logan
Road, near the rtniileiice of Thomas Johnston,
In Swan Township. Tbe
Plans and Specifications
arc on fllo, for Inspection, at the Auditor's Of
lice. Contractors will be required to give
BOND AND SECURITY,
to the satisfaction of the Commissioners, for
the faithful performance of the work.
ThoOoniinlHHloiiers reserve the right to reject
anv und all bids,
liy order of Commis? loners
IIKNRY REYNOLDS,
Auditor Vinton Co., 0.
April 20,1871-lds
7-30 GOLD LOAN
or Tint
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
RAPID PROGRESS OP THE WORE,
The builclingofthc Northern Pnoille Rnilrond
(begun July last,) i tH'lug pushed forwunl with
greatencrgy from both extrumllies of the linn,
thousand iiiun ui ecmnloyvil in Minnc
Hotii nnd on tho l'nciflo const. The gnub is
nenrly eoinplcted JJ66 miles westward Irotn
Lake Siiporlor; tninm are running over 130
miles of finished road, and track-laying is rap
idly progressing tow ard the enNtoi'n border of
Oiikota. Including Its purchase of the 81. Pnul
A Pacific Hoad, the Northern l'nclllc ( inn puny
now hn 413 miles of completed rosd, nnd by
Septemlicr uvxt this will uo im reused to nt
least 560.
A Good Investment. Jay Cooke ft Co.
arc now ni'litngami iiniieMtntlngly recommend,
tsa Prufltehlii and porlectly Kuto Investment,
the First Morlgugn l.and Ornnt (Jold llomls ol
the Northern l'aclllc Kailnmd Comiaiiy. They
have 30 years to run. bear Seven anil Three
Tinillis er cent, gold Interest (more than 8 per
cent, curroncv) and ure secured by first hii1
onlv mortgage on tlio KNTinK road audits
rqripaKHTH, and iilso, us fust us the Itoud is
ecaupletefliOn
23,000 Acres of Lnnd l everr mile of
track, otM Acres Tor eiii lill .OtIO llond. They
nre exempt from U.S. Tax; Principal nnd In
terest nru pnvatiln In (lolil; lienomlniitioiiK:
Coll pons, litsJ to 81,000 j Registered, (jlOOtoflO,
WW. Lands for Bonds- Northern Piif.lfle7-.10-s
are lit all tunes rocelvnlilo nt tr.n tkh cknt.
ahovs tar, In excliiiiiKC for tlin Company's
Lam's, nt their lowi-st rush price. Thisiviiclo s
ihcin prscticnlly i.ntkkot iiKAiusri land war
RANTS.
Sinking Fnnd- Theprnceeils ofall sales
oflftiiQ me reiinred to lie devoted fo the re-pnrchn-e
und CHiiuellution ol the First Mort
gage Itomls of the Company. The I.aml Grant
of tlie llond exceeds Kilty Million Acres. This
Immenae Sinking Fund will undoubtedly ran
ee! tl.c nrinclpulof the Company's bonded debt
before it falls duo. With their ample security
and high rate of interest, there is no more i-kof-
ITABI.K OR SAFK.
Ezehanging 17, S. rive-Twentlea
The snores of the Now Governmenl 5 per cenf .
Ijoan will compel the early surrender of I'n Ited
stutes 6 per cents. Many holders of Five
Twenties B40 now exchanging them for North
ern Paoillo Hovmi-Tliirtli-s, thus renlizlng n
handsome profit, and greatly increasing their
yearly income
Other Seenrl tlee All marketable Stocks
and Uondtt will Be received nt tlielr highest
current price In exchnnge for Northern Pacific
Seven-Thirties. Exi iikms ClUHOF.H on Money
or Bonds received, and on Snven-Thlrties sent
In return, will bo paid by tho r'lnnnniul Agonts.
Full In ormntion, maps, pnmphlutH, eto., enn
be obtained on nppliuutlon at any agency, or
from the undursigncd.
fob salk by jay COOKE & CO.
PmtiAPKLPiii A, New Vohk, Washisoton,
Financial Agents Northern Pacific Railroad Cn.
By BANKS and BANKERS g$neruUj throughout
tM country.
After s tliornueh examination wo have ac
cented an agency for tho sale of the above
Bonds, recommend them loour customers and
Investors generally.
8 VlSTON COUNTY HANK.
Oeo. Lanti,
Alex. Pearce.
LANTZ Bo PEARCE,
-niAi.tns in
Earii are, Stoves, sml jnM
Implements,
AND
Manufacturers of Tinware,
MeARTHim, OHIO,
DIRBCT attention to their largo and varied
Stock lor the Spring and Bummer Trado,
eonslstuig'm part oi
WtUson's, Collins9 and
EXELSIOR STEEL PLOWS
all warranted to perSirm well.
HILLSIDE CAST-PLOWS
ef Pittsburgh and Zanosvlllo patlomn, and
Plow SHecvro
for ansae. The Celebrated
Malta Double Shovel Plow
admitted to bo the best In uso. Tbo Zanosvllle
Regulator
aad other fast Ulows always on hand. A large
atocK ol
noes. Rakes, Sythcs. &c
Agents for
Buckeye Mowers raid
Reapers, Sweepstakes, and
Threshing Machines.
Also for the
Double Harpoon Jlorst HAY Forks,
Thorn needing Repairs for Mowing Machine
are reqiiesieii tosena in tneir orders early.
March ifll, IKIl-tf
riETTlNO MARRIED.-Kssays for
VM YouiigMen, on great W(7;IAI.EVIIJ and
A IIDHKS, wMeh Interfere with MAHKIAOK
with sere means nt rrllef for tke Krring and
Unfortunate, diseased and nebilltHted. rnt
face, in t-eakd euvefripeii,- Idrlress, HOWARlr
aribUVIAllUA, JS0.il D.Elllllllrlt , I'liliutisipxut,
it, nut
BRIDGE BUILDERS. ESTRAY FILLY.
T33TRATKD away from the "Bnv Fs'ui,"nflr'
Cj Zaieokl.adurk brown Msre.S'yeurs old this'
S. riuj, rut Iter poor Bmall white spot on tlie'
huiul .nid lpng white spot on the none. A lib-"
entl isw.ird will Im piild for lufuriiintlon that
vrtll lead to her recoverv.
THOMAS SHIPLEY.
April 12, 187N Zslexki, Ohio.
ATTVFWfS PPinVI An srtlvls fur unl--
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Msnul'sctnrers. (Ihlrsgu. 111. 12-1
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MENTS WANTFD-( PKK DAYi
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CO.JHOSTON, MASS., or T. I.Ol'lS, MO.
IMiM
AGENTS
(For fiistni'l'lng pi'piihivm,.
wrlptlon Hmiki, Kxtrtin
lllmi'lll.illtw I,. lsi.nl. I-.
Ml & Femnlr,
formation five. Address Am. IJouk Co., Hi William'
Htri'vt, NfW Turk.
$5 TO $20 A MY!!
lln yon nsut a alliinlliin si mlinnmn st or near
hoiiu'. to cell our new 7 strnnd B7iff Wire Clotlim
Llntloltltt nrtmr. Don't m as Ihla rlmnre. Kuin-
Sle frr . Address fftultmn Wtr tt'lre Mill 15 W 'nr
t.,N. T.orto UunrLnn 81., th cago.
TAKAKNKSB, CATARItll, BCltOFUI.A. A lady
who hud suffered for resrs from Dpsfness. Ca
tarrh suit Minimis, wss curen by a simple iemt-ily.
llcrsyiiipsihy ami gratltiiile prompts Inr to send lb'
receipts free of charge to sny one similarly fWlctcd.
Adiloesa Mrs M. C. I.rootrr, Jersey City, N. J.
SHARPS'
New Me'slllo Tart
SPOUTING K1FI.KS. W sre"
now iirepsrwl to (11 orilern for our
'srtrldeo Soortinir llidm. nf v.rinna
lengths snd rslilire. For scenrscv sml wife!, u-n
rccommmd our Urceeh Loading rifles, s (iipermr in
every refpect lo sny olhers now Hindu. For C n u
Isrs givlnir mil ilescrlntlnn nnd nrii-M. .ni,l i
ahsrps' ltlflo Mfg Co IIart!onl, Conn.
COUGH! COUGH I COUGH I
Why will von Colisn when rn csn be in rullv
relieved by using
Dr. Wells' Carbolic Tablets?
They are ssnre c nre fur Sore Thrust. Cold, IT'iana
nuns. Catarrh, and sll dlwaen of the LungK, Throat
and llrnnelilsl Tillies.
Krom the great number of Testimonials an to tho
(tllcleecy of ih i Invnlnakle niediclnv tho lollowiuc
ID ll-UTHH,
47 Wahnsnseh Ave.. Chiesco.
111., Jan. 14. 1871.
ten a irri-at atinVr.
For the last ten years I have linen a nn-at
r fron. frequent altarks of Acme HronchitlH, and
have never found snylhlnir to relieve me rrom ihriu
"atlacks until I tried Or. WelM CartwUu Tahlelt."
Eliiabktii T. Itoor.
Dont lot worthlem srtie'e be
pslined off on von. iHiniire vu rat
only WELLS' CAKBOI.IC TAHLKTS.
JOHN Kl i.iooo, riait Street, N. T. Sole Agent.
Sold by Druggists. Price 21) centa s Box.
MAN OF A THOUSND.
A Conanmptive Cured. -
Where death w-aa hourly exneoleil rrnm f nn.nmn.
tlun and Amhina. sll remeilh havltm fnli...l .......
dent led to s discovery wlierehy Dr. II. Jiiiiioh cured
his only child. He now gives Ibis recipe free on ni
ce pt of Iwo slain in to pay expenses Address (JKA l-
wmwi, i.u-vs juice sireet, i-ntlndelphls, l'a
giving name of paper.
TIIEA-NECTAIl
IS A PlIHK
, BLACK TEA
with the (rieen Ten t'Uivnr,
Warranted lo suit nil ti(...
For tult HHwywhtr. And fur
wile wholesalo only hv Ilia
OltEAT ATLANTIC . 1A0I K
ICTEACO.. HCIum-liMi., N. V.
P. 0. Box KM. Send lor Tliea
Nectar Circular.
TTTANTKD AOKNT!. (2f)
per ilav) to aelltho
.K SKWINU MA-
V eelebrsted llllMESlUlTTl.K SKWINU
CIIINK. Has the under-feed, makes tho "lock stitch"
(a'lken both sides) nml is fully lleeiiKcd. The beat
snd cheapest family 8ewng Machine ill the market.
Adilrssa Johnson, I i.akk ,V l e., bnaros, Aias , l ilt
bnrgh. I'a., Oliiragn, III., orHt Lonls, Mo.
AOENTS WANTED FOlt
" WONDERS
OF THE WoRLD,"
Cver ome TnouaAsn ii.lwtuations. The larco't-
best Helling, and ino.-t attractive, subscription honk
ever pnl.l ii-hetl. (Inn agent ill Deliver, Colorailo,
sold KNi copies In 4 days. One nccnlln Mllwinikin
Milil .'lllcoples In ) diiy. and a largo liullib.-r from 2D
loBftcoplcsperd.lv. Send for Clrcnlnrs. with Icon
atnnro. Address V 8. PUHLIrtlllNti CO.,Clilcagor
111 , Cincinnati, Ohio nr St. Louis, Mo.
IIIISINOIIUMHIOI Of-
nvsondinn CENTS
with ago. height, cnlorof eyes and hair, you will
receive, liy rei.iirn limn, u en iw-k iieinru in
vnur future hiisliand or wife, with iiainii nnd
dalAiirninrrlngo. Addre.8 V. FOX, l. O. Draw
er No. 24, Fultnnvlllo, N. Y. 13 4iv
The Masric Comb roTOK
r' w"iii.. oi-on
permanent black or In-own It roninins
KJlfon. One coiuli sent by mail for II. Denl-
ers tuppiicd nt rcitueed rules. Aililrcss vrm.
I'ntton, Treus. Rprlngtlcld, Mus. - Mn-4w
JURU
be:
BA
WHAT is nt
It Is asuroond perfect remedy for all dlsenaei of the-
l.IVKIt and SPLEEN, ENLAIKiEMENT or Oll
9TKUCTION l INTE8TINHM, UltIN AKY.IITK
ltlNK, or ABDOMINAL OKOANS, I'OVKKI Y .
or a WANT of I1LOOD, 1NTKISKITTENT or
HEM1TTKNT FKVKKH. INFLAMMATION
ortheI.IVKK,lKOPSY,SLironiHII Cllt- i
Cl'LATION of the BLOOD, ABKCK.H9E8,
TUMOKH. JAUSDICK, SCK01TLA,
DYBPKPHIA. AOUK A FKVKlt
OK TIIEIK CONCOMITANTS. ",
Da. Wsixabavini becoius aware of the extraor
dinary medicinal properUei of the South American
riant, esilea
sent a special commission to that eouniry to proems
It In IU native purity, snd having ioiind lis wonder
fill curative nroiM-rtiea to even exceeil the snt rlna-
tlona lorineil Dy -is great reiumi ion, nun ronciiinvip
lo oiler II to the public, snd Is happy to stale I hat lis
has perfected arrangements lor a regular monthly
supply of Ibis wonderful 1'lsnL He lias upent much
time experimenting snd Investigating as to the most
rfnolsnt preparation from it, for popular use, and h as
fur suiiie time used In his own practice with moat
happy results uio effectual mudiclnu now preKRtod
lo the public as
Dr. Wells' Extract of Jumbeta
sml hs confident recommends it to every family as
s household remedy which should be freely taken as
s Buhio Puamaaln all dersngeniwuts of the system
snd to animate and fnrilfy sll weak and Lyniphallo
tempemment JOHN Q. KKLLOUO, I'latt St.,.
New York. Bole Agent for tlie United Siatcit.
Price One Dollar per bottle.- Send for Circular.
Snrlpturt and Softuc hurt mtt Utgrthti'.
CiH4ltilnilQolugifhavikluntMieh Mgr.
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