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J, W. BOWEN, Editor.
M'Arthur, June 21. 1871.
Death of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham.
Ci.kmf.nt L. Vallan moium is
dead! What Bolcmn, mournful
words!
"We "dcenlv reirrot t mnke this
announcement, winch will bo nenru
i
with leolines of deepest sorrow and
grief by the hundreds of thousands
of the friends ot the nobie, urine,
ii.itriotic and kind hearted num.
The sad accident by which his un
timely death was occasioned is re
lated in another part of this paper.
Mr. Vallandigham was born on
2flLh of July. 1820, and at tho
timo of his death lacked but a few
weeks of completing his 51st year.
mmmmKmmmmmmmammmmm
Hon. A. G. Tiurman, XI. S. Sen
utor from Ohio, will accept thanks
for many valnable documents.
Hawk's Bridge.
The people of Wilkesville Town
ship and the surrounding townships
usually celebrate tho ilh at. Hawk's
Bridge, six miles from Wilkesville,
in that Township ; and they are
now, under tho management of N.
C. Fagan, J. McCormick, and J. L
Lawlcr, making preparations for a
"grand, old-fashioned" colebration.
A String Band will, furnish music
for the occasion. AH desiring to
dance can have a fine opportunity
to do bo." P. B. ShiVel, Enq., of
this town, will deliver an appropri
ate address. A grand dinner will
bo prepared. Just go and. have a
good timo !
The negro DeLarge who
was declared elected to Con
gress from the Beaufort dis
trict, S. C, has beeD ascertain
ed to be chosen by forged re
turns in that county. The
election officers guilty of it
have been sent to the peniten
tiary. C. C. Bowen, a white
ltadical, the negro's competi
tor, was, after the fraud detec
ted, justly entitled to the seat;
lut, unfortunately, at. this
point a jury in the city of
"Washington finds the said
Bowen guilty of bigamy, and
he has been sentenced to the
penitentiary for tvro years, and
to pay a fine of $250. Convic
tions to the penitentiary have
disposed of both Republican
aspirants, oi whose "loyalty
iind devotion to human
there is no doubt.
rights
riiEACHiNU next Sabbath evening
in tho Christian Church by KM. II
A. Pallister. Subject: Demon
stration of Faith." Quarterly meet
ing fit tho morning, at which time a
full attendance of tho members is
requested.
Grbat preparations arer being
made by the Masons for the cele
bration of St. John's Iay, on tho
21th inst:, at Sundusky. Tickets
for the Excursion can be had at
McArthar Station for $7,50. Get
ready and take a trip to the Luke
Shore !
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The Grand Celebration at
Zaleski.
Ycstei'day afternoon wo 'visited
Zaleski, whero the numerous inhab
itants are "all alive and! doing well."
Great preparations are being made
by tho Managers of tho Celebration
of tho Fourth for having a good
time. In company with Solomon
Siiin.ET, one of tho Managers, and
A. Br&TESHHAw, of Hopo Furnaee,
wo went down to inspeel! tho Grove,
the D'ancfng Tlatform, etc. The
Grove- is the finest and conveniently
situated, and the riatform, erected
ftr dancing, is tho most substantml
one ever creeled in this county, be
ing as solid?, and smooth as a parlor
floor. A nice Ivcfreshmcnt Stand,
a few foeb from tho platform, really
makes tho Grovo "look much like
homo." Who can stay away from
Zaleski on tho Fourth ? Arrange
your btisincss so as to bo present.
As tho Mechanics' Dramatic Asso
ciation will Imvo a Grand Bull at
tho School, 77ouho, on tho evening
before the Fourth, maAo prepara
tions to altond taking your patuor
with yon. Tho good people of Zu
JesAi will ta.o car of you during
your stay thoro. Go in the ears, in
bnggiefl, wagons, on horsobacA-, and
on foot! Go iu largo crowds I Julta
your wives, chijdron, aud your lov
ers with you ! ,
it
on.
to
C. VT. SrROi-si, of Jlamden, while
on his way to McArthur, on Tliuri.
day last, was thrown from Lis horse,
the horse falling upon him, and
severely injuria? his Wrl and f..e
He is slowly recovering ' nd it sbls
to walk about.
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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
Death of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham
from an accidental
Pistol-wound.
Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
LEBANON, O., June 16, 1871.
C. L Vallandigham acci
dentally shot himself at Ids
room at m room at the Leba
non Ilouse to-night. During
the early part of the evening,
he had been engaged in pre
imrinfr his argument in the
McGehan murder trial, and at
the time was in conference with
Mr. MeUurney, of the counsel
in the case. In describing the
possibility of Myers having
shot Iumselr, recourse was uau
to a pistol to show the position
it would have to be held in
order to commit the deed. In
taking the deadly weapon from
his pocket, one of the cart
riders with which it was load
ed exploded, sending the bul
let in at the right 6ide of the
abdomen, and tending down
ward to the tront. 1 he wound
it i3 thought, will prove mor
talthough the bullet has not
been found.
Doctors Scoville and Drake,
of this place are in attendance,
and give very Jitue nopes oi
his recovery.
Two pistols had been lying
on his dressing table one of
them empty, the other loaded
and by mischance he picked
up the loaded one.
Immediately upon the oc
currence, ne said, uu i ie
shot myself," and immediately
suuk on the bed.
Lebanon, June 16.
Doctors Scoville and Drake
have just finished their consul
tation in the case of Vallandig
ham. The agree in pronounc
ing the wound a very danger
ous one, though not necessari
ly a fatal one. They have
probed it to a distance of four
inches, but have not yet reach
ed the ball. The wound runs
obliquely through the abdomen
entering just below the true
ribs, and pointing toward the
groin, it is impossible as yet
to determine whether any vital
part was penetrated by it.
mere are some indications
of an internal hemorrhage,
though it is impossible to tell
whether the symptoms may
not be woduced by the shock
given the system at receiving
the wound.
Shortly after the catastro
phe Vallandigham vomited
freely, but he has since ceased,
and is now in an unconscious
state, and under the effect of
opiates.
. Drs, Ilecves, of Dayton and
Dawson, of Cincinnati have
been summoned, and will be
here during the night.
Mr?. Vallandigham startec
to Baltimore this evening to be
present at the bedside ot a dy
ing brother, but will be recall
ed to that of her husband while
in transit,
Lebanon, June 16—Midnight.
Ir. Yallandigham's condi
tion is rapidly growing worse.
Irs pulse is 11.); respiration, 3D
But little hopes are cutertained
his recovery. Messengers
have been sent for personal
friends at Hamilton and Day
ton. Dr. Keevea has not yet
arrived.
Lebanon, June 17—2 A. M.
Dr. J. C. Kccve, of Dayton,
accompanied by the son of Val
laudigham, has just arrived.
He pronounces Yallandigham's
miury to be ot the most sen
ous character. It is doubtful
whether he will live until day
light.
The meeting between him
and his son was very affecting,
None but his physicians, his
son, and one or two iutiniatc
personal friends are now per
mitted to enter his room. The
hemorrhage from the wound is
not very great, but it continues
without abatement. Tho woun
ded man complains of very se
vere pain in the stomach, and
is argued from this that an
internal hemorrhage is going
Lebanon, June 17.
Dr. Keeves announced to his
patient that he was soon going
administer some more opi
ates to him and that if ho had
anything to say either in the
way of messages to his friend
in relation to his- business
affairs, he had better do so
now. All who were in the
room left the wounded man
with his physician, and their
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conference continued for ten Or
fifteen minutes. Of course
what transpired then and there
is entitled to the sanctity of
of privacy, and should not be
made public even if we were
able to do so.
From this time until four o'
clock there was but little
chance in Mr. Vallandiirham's
condition." His breathing grew
more labored, his pulse quick
er, and at times he seemed to
be in great pain.
At four o'clock A. M. the
symptoms were thought to be
more alarming, beveral ot the
friends of the wounded man,
who had lain down to get
snatch of sleep, were roused
up. lhe son appeared at the
bedside again, the associates in
trial now in progress, Judge
Haines, hisprofessional partner
Judge Mclveenvy, and several
other intimate personal friends
who had arrived during the
night, were grouped around
the room and gathered around
the' bed. In the past two
hours a very noticeable change
had come over the appearance
of the wounded man. His
breathing was still more diffi
cult, and he was manifestly
fast losing strength. It was
thought that his hour had come.
The gray dawn of morning twi
light was just giving way to
the light of day. In the trees
on the opposite side of the
street might be heard the song
of birds, and the side-walks be
low were iust be inning to re
sound to the footsteps of early
rising pedestrians.
By the side of the bed, and
fanning his father, sat young
Vallandigham. At the foot
sat the venerable J udge Smith;
on either side were his profes
sional associates, Judges Mc-
Iveemy and Ilaynes, and also
Messrs. Hume, Millikin and
others. The sound of ap-
wheels was heard, and in a mo
ment the physician who had
been summoned from Cincin
nati drove up to the door. A
moment later he was iu the
"W 11 1 11 .
room. J le could only alleviate
the suffering, not cure the mal
ady of hi in who he had come
to see.
Five, six and seven o'clock
were. successively struck, and
the strong man lay motionless,
and seemingly almost insensi
ble, on the bed. Uiice or
twice he muttered something
that indicated that his mind
was wandering, but at no time
did courage seem to forsake
him. It seemed to be a strug
gle for life, with the odds fear
fully ngainst it.
Shortly after seven o'clock,
Tom McGehan, the man whom
he wa9 here to defend, appear
ed under escort of an officer
from the jail. The man charg
ed with murder, who has al
ways been represented as being
cold aud remorseless as the
grave, could not repress his
tears. They fell thick and
fast, and, weeping, he was led
from the room back to his cell.
From about Ihree o'clock
this morning until the hour of
his death the patient seemed
to suffer intense agony.
Immediately after Tom Mc
Gehan retired the real death
struggle began, and the strong
determined man began the last
grapple with the invisible and
relentless foe. The iron will
had at last lost complete con
trol of the body. Tbo head
would occasionally move with
sudden jerky motion from side
to side, and the body, from the
hips upward, would sway from
side to side, and again squirm
and wriggle in involuntary at
tempt to escape the crushing
weight that the patient felt to
be resting on his abdomen,
where the fatal ball sped on its
mission of death. The eyes,
which up to this time had re
mained closed, now opened
with a stare that, together with
the tightly-clenched teeth, vis
ible beneath the partially par
ted and rigid lips, and the pal
lid checks presented a facial
picture of agony such as none
who witnessed will ever wish
behold again.
About Oh o'clock, after an
unusually violent struggle, the
eyes began to grow glassy, and
the face to assume that rigidly
infallible sign of death. lie
remained perfectly quiet in this
position lor about niteen min
utes, when, by a sodden move
ment, the body stretched its
all leuffth in the bed, the eyes
closed, and with a deep draw
sigh, the dauntless soul deser-
cd its tenement of clay, andllespie.
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C. L. Vallandigham was dead
Dr. V. W. Dawson, of thi
city, furnishes us the following
statement of the nature of the
wound which caused Mr. Val
landighani's death :
The wound was in the righ
side, about two inches below
the arch of the ribs, two inches
iu front of tho lateral line, sev.
en and a half inches from the
umbillicus, and two inches
above the umbillical level. The
ball entered the abdomiua
cavitv. from the point of en
trance obliquely front, above,
downward and inward, point
ing toward the left inguina
region. The abdomen was dis
tended with blood, and there
was a constant exudation of it
from the wound.
ARRIVAL OF THE REMAINS AT DAYTON.
ARRIVAL OF THE REMAINS AT DAYTON. Dayton, June 17, 1871.
The remains of Hon. C. L.
Vallandigham arrived here at
6 o'clock this evening.
A delegation of Masons from
St. John's Lodge proceeded to
Lebanon pike to intercept, the
cortege and join in the escort
which consisted ot personal
friends of Vallandigham,
Mrs. Vallandigham, who was
summoned to Cumberland, Md.,
to attend the funeral of her
brother, will not arrive home
until to-morrow evening. It
is almost needless to say that
upon being apprised of her de
voted husband's death, Mrs.
Vallandigham suffered a severe
shock. A private telegram re
ceived to-night says she is now
somewhat more composed.
Mr. Vallandigham s resi
dence is besieged with friends,
who como to take a last look
and tender their heartfelt sym
pathies. The entire city wears
an aspect of mourning, and all
citizens, independent ot polit
ical differences, vie with each
other in the loss of a man who
commanded the individual es
teem of the entire community
With Ins death the hatchet is
buried. There is but one voice,
and that one of deep, iudesenh
able grief.
Mr, Vallandigham will be
escorted to his last resting-place
by the largest concourse of
people ever assembled upon a
similar occasion.
[Second Dispatch.]
Dayton, June 17—12:15 A. M.
Mr. Vallandigham was a
member of the Presbyterian
Church until after the war
broke out, when he was driven
from it by proscription, and he
joined the Episcopal Church.
Vallaudigham's face has a
natural, calm, pleasant look.
No evidence is manifested of
the terrible pain and agony he
must have endured in the last
twenty-four hours.
Dayton, June 18.
The late residence of Val
landigham, where his body how
lies, was closed to day to all
except the members of the
family and those iu charge of
the body. Un the front gate
leading to the house there was
a placard stating that at the
proper time his friends would
be allowed to view the remains,
Notwithstanding this there
was quite a concourse of people
at different parts or the day in
front of the house, some, of
them discussing the accident
by which he came to his un
timely end, while others were
eager to ascertain the time fix
ed fot" the "funeral.
Through some neglect or
mismanagement on the part of
the undertakers the body to
day showed signs ot rapid
decomposition, and it became
necessary to use carbolic acid,
In tho absence of Mrs. Val
landigham partial arrangements
for the funeral have been made
by intimate social and business
friends of the deceased. The
funeral will take place at 1 p.
sr., and promises to be the
largest and most imposing af
fair of the kind ever witnessed
in the State.
The pall bearers will consist
of eight gentlemen, four law
yers and four members of St.
John's Masonic Lodge, of
which Mr. Vallaudigham was
member. The bar will be
represented by Senator Allen
G.Thurman, lions, George E.
Pugh, Samuel Craighead and
David A. Ilouk, all leading
Democrats of this State. The
pall bearers on the part of the
masons will be General O. C.
Maxwell, Elihu Thompson, D.
K. Boyeraud William H Gil-
On the day of tho funeral all
plnces of business will be closed,
and the stores and dwellings.
especially along tho route of
the luneral procession will be
draped in mourning; This trib
ute of respect to the memory
of the deceased will be ten
dered by all classes of the com
munity irrespective of religion
or politics. The remains will
be interred with the highest
Masonic honors. Delegations
of leading Democrats, from all
parts ef the Union, are expect
ed here to attend the funeral,
among those expected is Chief
Justice Chase, who is at Cincin
nati.
The special coach containing
Mrs. Vallandigham and friends
arrived lfere from Cumberland
at half nast nine to-night.
mm .
niey ai once proceeded to Mr,
Vallandigham s late residence.
A quick look at the counte
nance of the distiessed woman,
who in the Inst few days had
suffered a terrible double
shock in the death of both
brother and husband, told the
sad story ot lier deep anguish.
vi cvv in u Hum i,ne laugue or a
continuous journey, independ
ent of the terriblfi nfllu-timi
wiuuii unci neranen her. no
wonder she failed to be recog
nized by familliar and Pvmni-
thizing friends who wow th
lenot awaiting lni nn-Nr..!
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bolemnly her carnage nrocoed-
ed to the chamber of death,
and as it wended its wnv
hrough the broad avenues ono.
could almost read the deep, iu
dcRcribablc grief which DPI'-
vaden the masses. Sim L,l
eft her hvsbnnd in the full vb'-
or of his manhood only to re
turn and find him a corpse.
Crowds of citizftliq Rwnvmn1
ibout the gate and doorwav.
and as the heart broken widow
alighted from her caniare ;i
scene of grout solemnity on-
sued. As if by common in
stinct, every head was bent
md uncovered. Mis. Vallan
digham passed through the
dense crowd, who bv their
silence gave vent to tin fir trim
eelings. In her present shat
tered condition of niiud and
bady it is scarcely snrniisiinr
that she should have refined to
ook at the corpse to-nirlit.
Ier friends thought she should
not venture to tmze nnnn Imi-
listinguished husbands face for
the present
'A meeting of the members
of the Bar of this city will be
held to-morrow, and arrange
made for attending the funeral
in a body.
Tin
1 remains are in charge of
the Masonic fpaternitv. wfw
will conduct the obsequies, the
far reserving the right to se-
ect four of the eight pall bear
ers appointed.
Mrs. Vallandigham. John A.
McMahon, Mrs. Vallnndiirbam'H
brother, aud Dr. McCaig, ar-
lveu nere hy special tram.
kindly placed at their disposal
oy iion. John W. Ciarrett,
President of the Baltimore and
Ohio Kaflroad, They feel
greatly indebted to him nnd to
General Durand, of the Little
Miami, for their generous as
sistance at so critical a mo
ment, and will ever hold them
in kindly remembrance.
C.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
RAILROAD.
TIip Grent Throlipli Mall ninl Kxpriw Pfw.on
fforl.lim to Ht. KoiiiK, Iviiiimm City, HI. Josinili
In ver, Hun Kmncison, iiixtull iiolutu Iu Mismjii.
ri. KtinxuHniiil ('"lormlo,
j'he bhurtiMt Iind onl v ilirwt mntn tnlii.linn.
dimliHi l.iifhj'Kto, Torre Hmito, fumbrliliti) eitv,
8prlni!lll(l, 1'oorln, Biirlinglon, Vlilonuu, Mil
wimkeo, SL Paul, ami all puihulii tlio JNortli
woxt. ThaindinnHpnIiii, Ctnclnnntl nri(T iVnyottc
Railroad, with it connootinnH. nownffitrii diihk-
ew?orii moro rud lilies in 'J'lirouvli Cniteli anil
HiucpniK (Jur tervir, tlmn tlmn any other lint
from ClnrlniiHti. ihavinir thn inlvrmiu,... ..i
Through Daily dun fromolnriiiiiatitoMt. Iiiiin,
Kiiiimm City, Ht. ilonuph, I'eoi'ia, lluilinttton,
UIiU'jiko, Oinh, ami nil liiltirmoilliito point,
irenenllntr to tolonislw und I'iuuIIUmhuoIi com
ii ru 'and Hraominodutlon ua ure ullurded hv
uo othiM' roiitii,
Through Ticket nnd Ilngfgago C'licckj to all
pulntH.
Trains loarfl Clnt'lnnntl ut T'DO i u ,Ur u.
6:0O r. M and lt':(H) r.M. ' '
1 irkntB can Imi obtained nt No, 1 I'.ttrnK
Hoiimo, eoruor Third and Vlnu; I'ulillu l.uiidlnu
i-ornur ilain anil River ; alo, ut iJepnl, corucr
l'litin nml Pearl Hlruets. Cincinnat I, O.
nrc to pnrelmso tli-.kt.u Tin liidlnnnnolk
CiuclniiHtl nnd Lufayvttu Kailroail,
(V. It. l NOHI.R,
Ocu'l Tlelmt A't, llldiuiinpoll,(,
O. F. Moont, Bup'l, CiiM-.lniiuti. n'
PASS-BOOK LOST.
T OPT on tholMli of June, a Htnnll I'moi-llooli,
xj conuiiniii(s.' in tnouov.nnd pKM In Note..
A lilieral reward will In paid for tho delivery
of tho l'asH-Uuok mid its uoutcnlM.
Jt.ne2l.M-tf
NOTICE.
NOTICE it hereby Riven that on the IMh day
of April, A, I), lrtl, Konry O. Monro, Wll
Ham (Mark nml OoorKU AiKMiilil'itjht, filed hi
tlieollleeof the Clerk of the Court of Common
I'lomi. In nnd for Die county ol Vinton, uml
Slntaof oliM, a I'etitlnn prnyintl for the vaca
of sal, I town, alluatc in the Towimhln of liar.
tion or the town oi luimiiimiiorK, linn tnu I'lnlt
rison. in raid Vinton county, which said Peti
tion will he for hearing at the October Tern), A.
I). 171, of nairt Court.
Bv D. B nnlvKt,,
- Att'y for Petitioners,
June 31, 1871 -6 iv
Railway Time.
Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
On nnd nfter Mny 14, 1871, Trains will
run ub follows:
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15 5 2 3$ t; S 2 ' f! .? $
lb ?4 ji a & a w v tH 2 6
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c. c. ; 3
ICIN.'I'I KXI'UKH will run dally
All of liPrTruliiH dally, e.xceiil Sunday.
Klop liclweeii Haindeii and Alliens.
CINt INNATI KXI'ltKSH KAMI' makes n
Portsmouth Branch.
.Villi. Accommailatitin.
Dep. lliiimlon
JiiekHou
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11M I'.M. 5.10 "
Trains Connect at Loveland.
Kor nil iiiiiitson tliel.ilile Miami liailroad, Mild
nt tin; Indianapolis itCiiieiuiiali liailroad Junc
tion tor all point West.
W. V; PKAIIOHY,
Iftftor of TrtHHHrtittloit,
KANSAS 86 MISSOURI
-VIA.-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
O HUN THROUGH FEOM
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
OIsTXy EOAD
Owncil and. operated liy one Company from ( in
I'imiatl to St. liuls. tliertdoni passennerit ail'
OlOll'lt
IMtKoriifinirrarrlcil tliroiiiili witnuui cnanyo
THUS AVOIDING
the piwslliilltv incident In other mulen (wlileli
conntxtioiis, and Kiilijci'ttntj their iaituii;er to
are made tip of several Mhort roaitst of ini..lni
oi.aiueanio ciianyeii.
Families and Others Seeking: Homes
in the rich valleys nml on tin" fertile pinlrleK of
in i nc iimn: iiiiaiiT ime in i aillopna, will eon-
wesie.rii ,iii:iMiiiri. huiikiis. nenrasxa. Co novum.
nil! till! lllldelMullcl, CiillilMVtl ll( Alflllll, u n
lonjr residence in I lie. weMteru' count rv IiiihI'ii-
Mill, llieirown inieresi ny eaiiniif on or ndiliws-
inlliai'i.i'ii Hint tvilli tliu liesl ha'amleii.
This Route in 37 miles Shorter than
Tia Indianapolis.
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THItOltill TICKETS
f!an lio pundinxeil nt all Hip I'riiieipnl Ticket
uui;coi (yiintieriiiiR Lines, anil In Cinclnnull
lit the General Olllces of tho Coiiijiiiiiy,
1 11) Vine Sivtvi,
Broadway, orner Front Street,
Main Strent, COrnor Lnveo, nnd Bt Do
pot Foot of Mill Street,
E.For.MT, J. MiRISWDMI,
Cieii.ras.& Ticket A'gl, Guii.iSuporintendent
M. I.OU1S. M. JaiUIm,
111
in
HDAVARD GALLUP,
Con tract i n it I'ohscii j(cr A jiont ,
111) Viiiu St., Uiiclimatl, Ohio.
FOR LOUISVILLE
c.
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
oiiio and 3iisstssirri
RAILWAY.
Tim completion of lhe Ioulville Division of
this road and tho s1endld equipment lur puss
engur travel makes this tin
lr.
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND" ALL POINTS
I
South and Sontlirast.'
O TITROUfJIi TRAINS
O I)uUi.
Connections from lhe Kiwt for
Louisville Without Chango of Cars I
This h the only road whose trains leave Cin
cinnati anil iiassenucrs are delivered at depots,
hotels or rMtldimuoH Hi i,ouinvlllc FK10K.
Ask for TirMs via Ohio & Miss.;
and take, no others.
na
Cimi be purchased Ht till tliu
Prindpal Ticket Offices of
or
CONNECTING LINES, AND tS
0 1 1ST O 1 1ST 3ST ATI,
At tho General Offices nf llo Company
the
1 19 VIAE SiUliHT,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main SC ear. Levee,
nud at the Dvpnt, foot of Mill Street.
CIIA. K. FOT,I,F,TT.
Gen. Push. 4 Ticket A'ot
Bt. IjOiiIs.
j. L.cmwot,r,
- Cien. Riip'l;
Ht. Lou in.
Edward Gallup
ContrncOni Pusseniter ARent.
ll'J Vino St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
No.
HELAlll ! Jit Al 1 Y ! !
StrnntJ nnd Pure Rieli Bloort In
croowa of Flesh nnd Weight
-Clonr Skin and Beautiful
Complexion,
fmcVJiED to All.
ItACWAY'S SARSAPARIILIAU
RESOLVENT
HAS MA UK TUB MOST AHTONINHINU
C1'III'.S. Ht QI KK, HO HAT'll) AKE.
THKOIIANtiKSTMK HOKY KXUKK-
UOKM UNUKK TMM INPI.UKNJL'K
- Or' THIS Tltfl.Y V'ONOKH
Fl'I. JIKDK'lXfi, THAT
Every Vaif an Increase of Flesh and
We'njht it seen and Felt.
Scrofulu. Consumption, Syphilis In iti
many forms, tdandular oisciisc, Vlccw
in tim Throat, lloiith; Tuinorn, Noilci in the
(ilands, and other pnrtu of tho a.vKtem; Hore
Kyu, HlriiiiioiiN licharui'8 from the Kara;
Kruptlve DisensM of the Kyes, None, Mouth,
ami the I'miiiHol'Skln Iiisennen; Kiiiptions, !
yer Soren. Scald Head. I! injf-worin. Salt Khenio
Krvalpelas, Akiii', lllack Spotn. Worms lit the
KIcnIi, TiiiiiOIh, I'niieerx in tho Womb, una nit
Woiikeiiinir nnd l'niiil'iil Hisclun Hen: Ntirtrt
Sweats, and u II Vutcs of tho Lite riiftciplr,
aro within tho Cinailve Itnii.ua ot ltadway'rt
Sarsaparilliau Henolvenf, and nfet days' uho
will prove lo any person iii-Iiik It for either of
lliesi.' lurins of diseuso lis potent power to cure
I hem,
X'nl mite line. Ilnl R M!M A P I) 1 1 1 1 1 V !.
HOI.VKNTexeel all known remedial agents iu
lhe Cure of Chronic, Scrofulous. Constitution.
Skin and Syphiloid diseiwcH, hut it istliuohl
KIDNEY, ELABDER,
Urinary and Wonil) Dlsoaxes.tiravel, lliiihelcil,
hiopsy', liuontliieiiiu uf Crine. JII'IkIu'h li-
eiiHo, Alliiiiiiiniiria, una ill un cimcH wnertr
Ihornare llrick l'ust lieposit.s, or the water in
thick, cloudy, mixed with siilKtiincea like the
w hite oi an 'unit, or threads like, white silk, or
thcru 1 n morbid dark, hilious tippearanri', ami
while lionu-diikt deposiln. and where there 1m U
in ickini.'. hnruiiiit sensation, and pain Iu titer
small ol tlia Hack, and alunjr the I.oliw, In all
these condition li A I W A V S SAHSAI'A
II 1 1,1.1 A S II list il)V KXT, aiiled by t lie iipplica.
lion of ltadwav'a Headv llreliefto tin- Spine
and Small of the Hack, and the How els regula
ted with nun or two ot iiaowuy k itcKiiiniinir
In a few iluya 1 tie patient will he nhle In Imhi
phi pcrnav, win soon uiukc. a conipieto cur.
ami the t'rlne will ho restored to its natural
nnd ( Itsi'liai iro wider nalura lv without uam.
clear and amuur or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are Mipplled wilh new, healthy nnd vigorous'
blood, (lint furiilshe hontul structure. Jinnee'
all Miuorlnj' I'r.nii Weakening l)liliur;e,
either Male or Keinalo, or front I 'leer orSore,
tlirniih the reonrativo pnirt t-nof It ADWA Y'H
S AltSAl'AlilhlAN, are arrested, nnd the rup
tured oru'iins healed.
OVA III AN TITMOU WTIIKH - TI'MOK or
TWI'.hVK YK.MIS'OltoWTli L'UKKD 11Y KAO
WAY'S KKSOI.VK.NT.
JlKVRiti.y, Mass., July lR.lfitill.
Pit. HaPWMY : I havu Iind Ovaiiun Tiiinor in
tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors mikl
'there was no help for it." I tried every thiiifr
Unit whs rucoiiiiiieuilcU.hul not liinjr helped me.
I saw your Resolvent, and thought 1 would try
it. hut hail no faith In it. because I had hull'cred
for twelve year. I took Mx lsdtleH of the lie
sohent, olio hnx of Kudwav'ii 1'IIIh, ami useil
two bottles of your Iteady (feliefj anil there iti
not a si;;n of a t u 1 1 1 oi- In be seen or fell, and I
feel better, sunnier, happier than I liavefor
twelve years. The worst tumor wtw in the left
sidoof the bowels.overtlieuroln. lwritelhii
Is vim for the licnellt of others. You cull pub
lish ll'you choose.
H ANNAH P. KNA1T.
J5fejy"Pi'lepOiio Dollar.
ZEi, JEZj. .
RALWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty Minutes
Not one honi'iilter readlnc this advertisement
need nny one sutler with pain.
BAD VA Y'S HEAD Y RELIEF
IS A Ct'llK KOlt KVKIt Y PAIN. 1TWASTHK
HHST, AND IH
TUB ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantlyslop.slhcniost cxcrnciatinRpain
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND Ctltm
C(lN(ilTION.S,
Whether of tho Lungs Siomach, Howls, or
the Kluii'ls anil organs, ny one application.
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or exernclallnfr lit
pain. Iho KIIKIIMATIC, l!ed-riihlcn. Infirm,
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralgic, or pintracdj
with disease, may Miner,
Railway's llcndy IJcliof
nitr timlemiifiiit, and IhlN nie.lii ine, so rapid in
Will. Ill from (INK TO TWKSTV MINUTES, afford
stopping pain, ran lie pureiiaseu nny loins
trv merchant store on this conltncni, hiwi
H'f bottle at ailiil every uriiKK""- nn mini.
Hat ion In the United State.
v it lilit one hour's distance of nlmos-tcvcry liui-
IHKr.VMtH.V AM XKWAUil.l.
I!UF.r.l.Tl!it AXI KKl'HA l.til.t.
If Hi, isc who live now snltVrinu I'ain, no Hint-
Ier what lhe cause may be, or by what liaiiia
It Is called it cMcrnni, nppiy i.'ahwavh
lhe pain Is present, II internal. ldrois, dilu
ted in water, as a drink. Whether Crmnin,
HUADV IlKt.lKK to the part ol the limty vvlicr .
Hnasuts, Inllauiiiiutioii. Coimcntion, Asintin
lioleiM. ( liillsiind Kever, lbs most violent, ex
criteiatin if and tort in tt pains will bo stopped?
in fri'in one to Incut v loiniites.
PAINFUL AtTACKS wHF.RE
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afrord Instniif Fnsei
INFLAMMATION OK TH K KIDXKYH.
INFLAMMATION OK TI1K IILADDKlt,
INFLAMMATION K TIIU IIOW I'.I.H.
CON'OKS I'IHN Or" TIIK I.CN03,
80IIK TIIKOAT, ItlKKK Cl.T ItliKATM ISO.
PALPITATION OK 'NIK IIEAKTV
llVSTKIiIC8,CIU)l.:P, DII'H'FIIKIIIA. J
CA PA UK II, f5Fr.6l5NZAv
HKADACIin, TOOTH ACIIK. ., , .,
N K I ! I A LO 1 A , Kl I li U M ATI S M,'
fltlLD', CHILIA AOUK CHILLS.
Tho iiidiealiiin of the UFA DY IIKLIKF M
the pari or I'm Is win re Iho pain or ilihicnlty
exists will allonl ease nnd eniiil'm't. 20 ilioji's
n hull' tumbler of water will, ilia few mn
nients.cui'e Crinups, Hjxisins. Knur Slotnnch, .
Ilearlbiirn, Kick llcailache, Idarrlleit, llvsen
tery. Cnlle, Wind in the Howcls, ami all Inter-,
mil Pains.
Travelers should nhvavs curry a bottle of
ItAOWAY'S HKLIEF wltli thcnt. A few drops'
wafer will iirevenl sickness or iJalns from
chango of walcr, It is better Until French1
llrandy or Ifillers as a Hlliiinliint.
VEVKIC ANI AUI
FF.VKIt AND AOUK sCI I!l'.l.
FKVKIt A N 0 AUI K CCLKB
KOli FIFTY CLNT'S.
There Is not n rcinedinl iienl in the woflif
Unit will enfe FKVKR AND AtiVK,
and all nther Maliu'lous, llilioiiH, Kcai lot, T'.'
iihold, Yellow nud etber rcvors (alih'H ny
lladway's 1'illn,) so iiulck as iladway'ii Heady
llclief. .
Person ticed rfulfer, he t Fi e y ever so miich r.
Hiscd to I1 ever anil Aitue. If they M ill only lake
lAliWAY'H IlKAIiV ItKI.IKK. Illlll koe tllulrfrnw.
nien villi ttiihtiii'H 1'itU. lliinilreils In Iho
west, wlionavii nillierio neen oocii.riiiK ut im
rtil'e of one uml two liiindied dollars for a few
inonllis' trualnienl lire keeping f hemsulvcs and
I'anilllcs free, from FKVKR mid AtitK, Vtltt.lS
and tKVFtl. RIIKVMATIS.V, Ac., lor one or
two dollars a year, spent for Itndwny'ii lteitdy
Hellefiwol Uml wav's Pills (coated).
hull. Price only HI renin per bottle,-
The Ill'.ADY RKLIKK will nlfnrd ?01(il euH
HubberHtoipur. Hold at nil DriiKfrlsbe, nnd (it
Iladwav's utllc.u. No. H Muidcn l-tme. Ntr
N. It. Hue that every IhiIIIc has nil India'
Vork.
i , i i i ii - i i
DR. EALWAY'S PEHPECT UECJAk
TIVE PILLS,
r-SfiFhVTLY T'ASTELKSS,
Elon-antly Conted with Sweet Gnnt.
t'KUli, HKOL'LATK, PlIIII KY, CLllANSK A NIT
Rndwoy'i Pill,
Air. pfsnitwnso Print s'rotrAcrf. nfKfi,.
ITOWKI.x, Aiinni. tii.Aiinii, J rsi i ti X.
IH.VKAXKM. IfKA llAI'IIK. tYlXS'ril-ATMV
cds vi v us .v hiu I's Tf&y, f 1 witi'siAl
ni.inrsyhss, nri.mrs FKvr.it, ixrr.AK-
MATtO.V OF IIM IMWKI.S, FILM, and ill do.'
riniienients ol tho Interniil Viscera.
vtarranteo lo nueci n ro;n ure,
I'UKBLY VHtlKTAHLK, ,
C0NTAIN1NO !( MKHOIILY, MINKRAtS OK
OKI.LTKl.lOUo OKUOH.
r Observe the following .vmptnm(i result'.'
from DIserdcAof theDiKestlvoOrgahii t
Constlpntlon, Inward Vllns, Kullneit of tlw
lllond in the ll'esd, Acidity of the Hlnmnch,.
Nausea. Hoarlbiirii, Msitust of Kim.i1, Kullnei
YVciulit in the Htoiiweh, Rbur Fractal Ions,'
HlnkliiKor Flullerlnit at the Pit, of IhcBtomnch,
SwIniinhiKOl tbe Head, Hurried and Jilfflcult
HrcalhliiK, FlntterlUK attllo Heart, Cliokliiynr
Siilloeiitltrn HcnsatlmiK When in R' rylnff PoK
tore. Dlmnemiof Vision. Dotfi or Wnbii before
Milit, Fcvorand Dull 1'nln In th Hl.'
Deficiency of Perspiration, YellowncM f lM
kln nml tXo, Pain In bc Hide. Ohe.fr, Limb,
Ruddeti rlushut of Heat, Jrnln In the
ViAtrw done of Rapwat's PitM will free tU'
syntenr fi-otn ill the obore-notrwd diofUem.
Plc 25 Cnt Po? Box.
ie,Ai5WA-x' &c CO.,
No, 8TMalIit Ln, W Y
READ FAlSfi AND TRFE
Urnd one letter (.lump to KADWA't A tTt.,
87 Maui l.nne, Nrw York, InrnrmHtfiin.
worth tho usundn will be ncul jntt, -ly

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