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J, W, FOWEH, Editor,
JH'Arthur, Juno 28, 1871.
DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Democratic Central Committee of Vinton
County, do hereby cnll' a
DELEGATE COTOTY CONVENTION
tolwheld at the Court Houhc, In McArthur.on
Monday, July 3Ut, 1871,
' at 1 o'clock T. M. of that day, lor the purpose
ofselocting candidates for the following county
offlccs, to he voted for oa the second Tuesday of
Cwtouernext, to-wit:
representative,.
.Auditor,
Uecordt-r,
irrnseratn.fr Attorney,
Umiinituioner.
COUNTY CONVENTION. Selection of Delegates.
Tim Democracy or tlio sevornl Townships
will, therefore, meet ut the usual places of hold
ing election! therein, on
Saturday, . My 2Wh, 1871,
hctveen the hours of 9 nixl 5 o'eloek 1. M. and
elect Delegates to represent the Township I"
i,M Convention.
The ratio ot representation Is 1 Delegate for
even- 25 votes cast lor W illinm Hciley, for Sec
retary of Btnte, In 1670, mid 1 Delegate lor c
rv fraction of 12 votes.
The following In the number of Delegates to
which the several townships are respectivcij
entitled:
iittrmi atEllr 7IITarrlsnn J
Vinton 4 Drown 5 I Mudl-on 7 Richlnud 8
Wilkes'ctll Knox 2 Clinton Jackson 4
Tno Convention will apoint Delegates to
roiiM-scnt Vinton county in the Democratic Ju
dfcfalnnd Senatorial Conventions to be held
at some time and place to be fixed hereaftcrl
and transact inch other bnsinesi as may come
before the Convention,
on vein mil.
A. J. SWAIM
C. P. WARD.
C. W. HOLLAND.
PATRICK O'KEEFFE.
J. W. BOWEN.
Dem.
Cen.
Com.
A. J. SWAIM, Chair'n,
J. W. BOWEN, Sec'y.
The Duty of the Democracy
at this Time.
Tie paramount duty of the
hour is thorough, organization
a definite and complete un
derstanding and unity of pur
pose and action upon the part
f the Democratic portion of
the people of every school dis
trict in the State of Ohio. The
friends and smpporte-rs of the
present form of Government
should forthwith make the
greatest preparations to meet
the advocates of Imperialism.
There is not the least doubt
Tint this Radical Administra
tion, headed by Morton,
Wate, Ghant & Co., mean
revolution. The act known as
the Klu Klux.Bill, made oper
ative in every State, is designed
by these Imperialists the lead
ers of the most corrupt party
'the world ever saw" a3 the
meana to complete the trans
formation. Will the people
tamely yield up their long es
tablished institutions, sacrifi
cing their priceless liberties, or
will there be witnessed that
powerful commotion that un
faltering to she rescue forward
move, in unbroken column,
that zealous, bold and brave
men, Americans,, are capable
of and may reasonably be ex
pected to make, under the
alarming existing political situ
ation such ai upheaving and
tuunderinr as shall drive the
thieves and vandals, the cursed
usurpers,, even though it should
become necessary to batter
down the temple of liberty it
self in or to oust the despoilers.
It is the settled conviction of
statesmen, who have given the
subject much deliberate
thought, that the elections of
1871-2 will decide the form of
the future American Govern
ment. There will be but two
parties iu this great controver
sy, via: The CitANrUadical
Imperialists on the one hand
against the Democracy and
Conservative Republicans on
the other The Grantites mean
nbsolute centralization of pow
er aucl authority at Washing
ton, while the Democracy will
battle to maintivin and perpet
uate the rights of the States
and the people under the con
Btitutiou. " Ujxsn this wsue, the
distinction is broad, and voters
must take position as their
judgment and convictions lead
them.
The State election this fall
will betaken as an index of
the Presidential contest in 1 872.
In Ohio wo have a very full
State ticket, and the Democ
racy everywhere agree that
the ncyminaVions of June 1st,
were eminently fit to be made,
men who are able and capable,
and who may be relied upon
to bear aloft the true colors if
the pai ty, Besides we have a
Legislature to elect, whose du
ty it will be to choose a U. S.
Senator to take the seat of
Sherman, the chief among the
high protective tariff schemers,
in the interest of the New Eng
land States and against the
West, all the land grab rob
beries, San Domingo jobs, etc,
n addition to the State, and
County ticket?", we shall have
in Vinton county a Senator, a
Judge of the Court of Common
Picas to vote for.
The duty of the hour then is
to prepare for -the October
election to close up the ranks
and muster in recruits. Hund
reds of honest Republicans,
tired and E-ick of Radical theft,
oppression and persecution, are
ready to join us to effect the
needed change in rulers, and
who will ask no questions about
bounty or rank.
We have not time to waste
in discussing mere abstractions,
the diverging opinions of this
that man or little caucus
squad have nothing to do
with the designs or vagaries of
policy mongrels, but believe
that the Democracy of Little
Vinton are ready for a -square
fiofht with Radicalism, and that
the Democratic ticket will re
ceive an increased majority in
the county.
Every Democrat and those
wishing to act with and aid
the Democracy of Vinton coun
ty are hereby notified to re
port for active duty during this
most important campaign; and
hereof fail not, under the pains
and penalties of Radical power
and vengeance.
The County Convention.
By reference to another part
of to-day's paper it will be seen
that the Central Committee
have issued the notice for the
County Convention to bo hold
on the 31st of July, and for tin-
Democracy of the several town
ships to meet at their usual
places of voting, and select
delegates to reprebent them in
the Convention. ''
The will embrace the offices
of Representative, Auditor,
Recorder, Prosecuting Attor
ney, and Commissioner.
The Democrats of the vari
ous townships should not fail
to attend the meetings for the
selection of delegates. Each
township should be sure to
send a full delegation. The
number to which each town
ship is entitled will be found in
the call of the committee. ,
State Senator.
Wo obsorvo that O. B. Chat-man,
of tho Pomeroy Telegraph will be u
candidate before the Republican
Convention for Senator.
State Senator. "Dm-n-d Glad of It."
ATHENS, OHIO, June 20, 1871.
Editor 1 locking Sentinel:
Dbar Sir: Tho Editor of the
Logan Republican, when hero a fow
days ngo, on hearing of tho death of
Mr. Vallandigham, used tho heath
enish expression-, that ho - was
"d-m-d glad of it." This can be
proven by unimpeachable testimo
ny. If any Democrat in Hocking
county takes his paper, he ought to
know what kind oi a ncart me cui
tor of Ihflfc paper ho.
I am rosponaiWo for tho abovo.
WM. GOLDEN.
"Wo frnd tho abov in tho Logan
Sentinel of lost wock; The namo of
the heathenish creaturo who edits
the Logan Republican is Montgom
ery. Ho is a disgraco to not on
ly the Republican pros of Otiio,
but to the civilized community in
which ho lives.
CoMmo In. Campaign subscri
bers aro being received from all
parts of th county, since we have
put the price dowato 25 eonts for
months. A. friend, writes us as
follows r
"Your paper will go- liko hot
chkes since yon get it up in liar
per's Weekly Style.."
Send in the quarters and wo will
send tho paper for four months from
the date of the subscriptions:
IXUJ-I 1
Tiir. prospect for dull times is
good, but wo -don't liko the dull
times.
WM. GOLDEN. Burial of Vallandigham---
Immense Funeral Cortege
Immense Funeral Cortege---The Largest Funeral
That Ever Took Place in
Ohio.
A dispatch from.Dayton,
the linn, says:
The funeral of the late Hon.
C. L. Vallandigham,'. to-day
was of. a most imposing cuarac
ter. and was probably the larg
est which has ever taken place
in the State of Ohio. The pro
cession was about two miles in
length, and was composed of
persons of all political parties
and walks of life. . Business iu
many parts of the city was sus
pended during the passage of
the funeral cortege, ana me
county and city buildings, to-
geuier witn many private iesi
denccs; were draped in mourn
ing. The pall bearers were
Hon. A. G. Thurman, Hon. S.
S. Cox, Hon. George E. Pugh,
Hon. George V. McUook,
Hon. Judge Gil more, General
0. C Maxwell, John Howard,
Samuel Craighead, D. II. Boy
er, Elihu Thompson, W. II.
Gillespie and D. K. Houk.
Many distinguished gentlemen
from all parts of the Union
were present and participated
in the ceremonies. ' Chief Jus
tice Chase was prevented from
being present from ill health.
The funeral services at the res
idence were conducted by
Rev. E. P. Wright, of the
.Episcopal Church, lie was
buried by the Masonic frater
nity, Grand High Priest Charles
C. Kiefer officiating.
For many hours previous to
the funeral, Mrs. Vallandigham
was in an almost insensible con
dition from her double grief. ,
When she was taken beside
husband's coffin, she gave utter
ance to shrill-, unmeaning cries
of lamentation, that pierced
the heart of every one pres
ent. She was still unconscious,
up to Wednesday evening, and
her condition is. regarded as
extremely precai ious. ; She
does not get any better.
The Radical Office-Holders'
Convention.
The Federal, State and
County Tax-Eaters and profes
sional politicians met at Colum
bus, last Wednesday, and nom
inated for
Governor General Echvnrd F.
Moves, of Hamilton county.
Lieutenant Governor Jacob Muel
ler, f Cuyahoga county.
Supreme Judge W m. II. West, of
Logan county.
treasurer Isaac R. Welch, of
Belmont county.
Auditor Dr. James Williams, of
Franklin county.
Attorney General -Frank B. Pond,
of Morgnn county.
School Commissioner Thomas W.
Ilarvey, of Lake count'.
Clerk of Supreme Court Capt.
Rodney Foob, of Clinton county.
Member Board of Public Works
R. II. llosmor, of Muskingum coun-
Why was West, the late
Attorney General of Ohio,
nominated for Supreme Judge?
He was the poorest Attorney
General ever elected in this
State. The people have not
forgotten that he distinguished
himself in that office bp the ex
traordinary manner in which
he used the influence of his po
sition to defeat the payment of
the Morgan Raid Claims to
the citizens of Southern Ohio,
after they had been allowed by
the Legislature. He thereby
made friends in Northern Ohio,
who have stood by him and
given him, the nomination. He
thinks party drill will carry
him through in Southern Ohio.
Let every man in this Con
gressional District vote against
him.
The platform indorses Grant's
Administration, and says it
"has vindicated its right to the
continued confidence- of the
people.' This makes the issue
on that point as square and
definite as possible; and it re
mains for the people to say
whether , ,. 'Useless" Giant's
style of government is the very
thing foi a people- pretending
to self-respect and a sense of
public morals, decency, honor
and honestyr
Let the Democrats and con
servative men of Ohio organize
and defeat the office-holders'
ticket put in nomination last
week.
The McGehan Murder Case.
. This case, in which the
C ; I. Vallandigham , was en
gaged on the part' of the de
fense, went to the jury on
Tuesday evening of last week
tho close of the thirteenth day
of1 -the eontinuanec of the trial.
The jury after being out about
tbenty-four hours, failed to
noree. Four were for. murder
in the second degree; four were
for manslaughter ; four for ac
quittal. "TA second trial will be
had. The prisoner will remain
in jail.' :" .
To the Citizens of Vinton; County :
' Iu answer to tho many inquiries
by numerous friends, na to whether
I intend to offer mysolf again as a
candidate for tho offico which I now
hold, and havo hold for nearly 15
yoars, to-wit : Recorder of Vinton
countjv with many thanks and with
toolings ofgratitudo to thoso who
have favored mo with their support
heretofore, I rcspoctfully, but posi
tively dec-lino being a candidate this
coming lull.
I am' now.in my 75th year, and,
whether I am conscious of tho fact
or not, observation of tho effect of
ago on others, convinces mo it is
time to rotire from public life, and
leave tho seeking and filling of of
fices, to j'oungcr men. I duly ap
preciate tho kindness, and entertain
tho warmest gvatitudo toward my
friends of all parties, who have
stood by me through five campaigns,
and even yet eoem willing totand
by mo still. For such mark of fa
vor and confidence, permit roe
again to tender my sincere ncknowl
mcnts, and especially to thoso who
have stood, and still stands, as secu
rity on my official Bond.
JONATHAN BRINE.
Hon. Alexander Mitchell, of
Milwaukee, now member of
Congress, is said to be looming
up as the probable Democratic
candidate for Governor of
Wisconsin. He is said to be
the wealthiest man west of the
lakesand is president; of all
the railroads in Wisconsin.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's Druff Rnr, t
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
l rnriiniioiineinir milisvrilicr; if nut, 13.50.
trryhle in Advance.
Representative.
Wr nre niitlnrlT.ed to niinonnee Ihe nnmo of
Hon. At.JKiNti SofT.f. n eniididiile fr re-election
tn tlieolllce cr Iteiiiesentiitive, Hiilijee.t to
tliedei-iiiiuD of tho Uumucrnlic County Conveii-tiim.
DIED.
At Me Arthur, June 21t. little
diuiKliler of .lonntlinn mid Mnry llriiio, uged
lour inont lit) and ninedii.vH.
O mourners I who with tender lovo
Havo wept hesiile UieintnntKrave,
Have yon not found Krlend almvo,
Who died your little ono to save.
Then lift tho weary, weeping eye
Almvo tho wave that round you Dwell;
Is not your darling safe on high?
Can yon not whisper "oil in well."
All i well though nvr moro
Uer inl'unt form to earth he given,
8horcU whore ln and grief aro oe'r
And you will moet jrour child in heaven.
NOTICE.
NOTirK. whereas Janie Call ill. the October
terni' IHTtl, nt tho Vinton County, Ohio,
Court of Common I'loiw, vim eonvli-teil of the
orline of 1'erjurr, unci was sonteiHoil hy mid
Court otHiild term, to coiilliieiiient in tliu I'enl-tentiart-
of tho Htato, for tlio pei ioil of tln-eo
veam. 'Now thin is to he notice in iTinili-od hy
law, that an application for pardon will he pre
vented to Ilia Kxci-llcni-.v the Governor of tlio
.statu of Ohio, in due time.
Mr. LkLL, Wife of JamcH Cell.
Juno SS.lfiH-aw
ROAD TAX NOTICE.
ROAD TAX NOTICE. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, VINTON CO., OHIO.
McARTHUR, June 27, 1871.
NOTIt.'K i herchy kIvii Ihut tho following
levies havo boon nmdo by the Ti-unImh ol
the TownNliiiiH imiiieil bulow for road pur pones
forlhc year lK71,towit:
Nnmon
or
TowushilM.
.MillH
(Hi
Pollar
VhIu'ii.
""ti.5
1.0
7-10
Klk
Mniliwiii,
JnekMin.
Hwan...
Knox
r-Th abov lUatlTnxni runy ho dlwhargnd hy
lalHiron the Public Rood, under the dlmotlitn
of thcSiipnrvlsorxifthopK-veral lload Ulttrlota,
within th time ureserlheil bv law.
HKNKY ltKrX0T,l)9,
Auditor V niton Ca
Jun , W71-SW
JackHon Darnt'H Eritute.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTrcR I hereby rven tTint Dr. If. II. lllnh
op, Adminintrator of the utdatfl of Jae.kHon
i.m .li.u..un,l Itiiti lrllll (lli.ir twl Hoennnt
wlthiiilclectnto'rix MeUlementt iumI1 that ; tho
naiiin lit net for hearing on the !Nd day of July,
A. II. IOH, IU Oiw urn.
IT. Tl. MAYO,
Jun M, 1R71M ' Probnt Jodgo,
Guardian's Notice.
Prbnt Court, Vinton County,. Ohl6
HTfiTHI.'. Uhnrcbv pi veil that Thotiin Vance.
IN ;unnllin of William A. ('arniil. heir of
William Carnal, doceiwed, ban lllod lilmicoonnt
.villi Mul.l ll'nri 1 for Haul aottleinent: and that
the tame la net for bciiriim on the 2toX day of
July, A. D. 1HU, Kl hi o ciocx , M.
II. It. MAl O,
JimitM, 1871-U l'tobat JNidKft
diiiardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
xTnTH'R ! homhr artvea that Jnni'M. Hen.
1M .i,.r.rti lull, Onatiilnn ofMarv f. BdwardH.
hnlr Of Henry Kdwanlit, dm-MtMfl, hai flll rti
aecouniwun anin Tfnro, ior nniii wmrmpiii
and that the darnel" net for hoarlnif on tho Sid
day of July, A.O. 18TJ1, aU '"J-k . .
June S,l71-ft
Trobate Judjro,
a, . ... r
John II. Kariicf'. Knt.il e.
Probate Court, Vlrrtorr County, Ohlw.
i OTtrH. 1- hembr nrren that Cornelitta
IN KurnM, Admin Intraior, rfufcowt noil of Mie
CKlnto of John II. Karnca' exinte, hnn Wed hl
nwount wtthr aalrt ntnt.o for aettlement : and
that, tho nanie l 'net for hearing on the Wd day
ol Jul v. A. D. 1871. atHO'ciocK a. m
II. n. MATO.
I'robnic Judge.
June 7ft, 187l-4t
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and rter May H, 1871, Trains will
run B8 follow:
s ;::.;:; ;
'o ;
s :
"u
Mi, : : : : : :
at i- i uj r co
si
1 zziiiid iiii$iir4iM
:::::; : : : : : : :
.X
Miles
S -
in
o
m
X
o
a
X
4
: e
ig5
: a '
-an ?;s : S3 :fc-s : .5
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u
a
SgSSSaSS S8358SLS3..33S3.
SSSSSiSSS S2SSSJ!SI?3:SS!SJ&
c i' 5 w - isiecco-:iijni(?
E i : :
o : : : :
'Sin h ii
( TXriNSATI F.xritE'W will mil dally,
All otherTrulna dully, ?wwit Hundiiy.
CINl INN VTI KXPIIKHM KAKT makes no
stop betwet'ii Haiiiden and Atlieim.
Portsmouth Branch.
.Wff. Accommodation.
R.l.'i H. m. A. M.
n.M " 7.(w "
. " 11.W "
9:0.1 A. M. 12-4' P. M..
n-..'i " "
UM P.M. A.M "
Pep. Tlnmden
.liiekivm
Ar'v. I'orlHiiioiith
IH-n. ronxmi.ntli
Ar v. JaekKon
llniiiden
Trains Connect at Loveland.
Kornll imliits on the Little Miami ltnilroihl, anil
at Mm IndlnniipoliK ,t( Inclnmiii KuilrondJuuc
troiihirnll iiuiiiU West.
W. Wi PKAIIOPY,
JfiMttrqf TnmiifiortiiUoni
KANSAS & MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY,
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY Q
O ETOTHEOTOHPEOM O
Cincinnati Witliont C&anp of Cars f
THE OHIO & BIlKSfSSIPl'I
Owned and operated hy one rVirovany from fin.
elnnntl to St. 1ouiK, inereioni pii-wnoi-ia on
HI'KK ofbelngeari-leclthi-oiigh without cliange
of cam k
thus Arormxa
tho pnndhility incident to other routea (which
nro iiinde up of eevorul abort rnaH) of iniin
connections, and Hiilijfrt t n Ihcli -passengers to
uisagreeaiiiuciiaiiur
Families and Others Seeking; Homes
In the rich valleys nml on the fertile pra Irion of
WoHtvrn MiKnouri, Kuiimih, Nehmakn. Colorado.
or tho more lixt:ttit Statu ol'4 'nlifoi-niii, will eon-
null, tht'trown iiitei-i'Kt bycnlliiigoii oraldrxii
Iiir tbnndorKi(,'iied, Contmet I nK Avent, ana
lung renidenee in the western eoiinlrv Iwir fa-
inlllarizcil It I 111 Willi (Ho iieHiocnniiei.
Thla Route la 3T mile Shorter titan
Tla Indlanapollia.
TIIR 01 II TICK ins
Cnn be purchaHod at all the Principal Ticket
Ullicemir CuiuiectiiiK l.lniw, mid iu Cincinnati
at the (Jeneral Ulllcoa of the Cuniimny,
1 19 Vine Sfrect,
Broadway, orner Front Street,
Main Street, Corner Levfe, and at Do.
pot hoot or Mill blreet,
:. K.KOM.ET, J. I..(iltISWOI,n,
Ueu.riuw.ATii'.ket A'pt, Uvn.lSuierintenilnnl
HI. IIUIM, nt laOUIH.
;i2DWARD GALLUP,
Coiilruct I n a 1'hmimi ger A Ren t ,
110 v'lno St, Clnclmuitl, Ohio.
roil LOUTS VI LLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO ANT) MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tlinenmnlellnnof the IOnUvlllo Division of
thin romtmiil Min Mpienuiii equipmenn lor iam
enger travel miike till" the
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLEr
AND ALL POINTS
South and Sontheant,
3Tiaiou(Tii 'trains
Dntli.
WHt Direct Oonnoetloim from llto Kant for
Lonlsvillo Without Change of Cars!
' Tlrln In the only VowVwhoMi train leove ('In
rlimati and iiaengcTH aro dellveiml at iIoo(h,
hutola or realilenoes in Iulnvllle VUKK
AsR for Tickets via Ohio A Mm,,
and! take no others,
TIIUOl XJlTllCKIITS
Can he purchnsedat all'tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNEOTINO Lilt F.S, AND IN
OI2T OI 2JT2ST A. Tl,
At tho tSbneraTOfflcfs of the Company
f tir VINK STBUUT,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Haln. fit., flor. Isvco, ,
ami the JKfJ u'1"
OIIAH. K,FOL1,ETT. , I J.t.rmMWOLDi
(Jeii.lvu. A Ticket A'gt tlen. np'
Bt. Louis. , . HI. LuulM,
Edward Gallup,
Coutrnetlni Passenger agent,
ll'j Vlnu Bt., Cincinnati, Ohio.
HDL A 1 11 1 DKADTY !
Stroiiff 1 omJ1 Pure Ploh Itloodt In
crania of Flesh and -Waiglit
--Clear Skin and Beautiful
' Corriplxionv
SECURED TO ALt.i,
RADWAY'S SARSAPARILtlAN
RESOLVENT
HAS MADE Tflfi MOST AHTONIRHIKO
IITHKM. HO OCKK, HO ItAl'll) AUli
Til K Oil A NO K.S TH K 1IODY UM)K--liOKH
I NHKIt TIIK IXKI.rKNt.-K
OK THIS TKl'I-Y WONHKll
VVh MKDIC'I.NB, THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen, and Felt.
Scrofula, Colisuiniitfon, pvphllls in Its
many forma, Olaiidillur llisean, I' leers
In the Tliront, Mouth t 'fiimnw, Nmlea In tlie
Ohuiilh.and other, pnrta of tho Hli-ni i Hum
Uvea. Miunioim Dinchuriien from the Kan;
Ki-uiillve Disoawa of the K.vch. Nose, Mouth,
iindlhefi.nnHnfHkln Jicm-ai Kniptlon. Fe
ver Morea. Scald lleinl,Hing-worni. Suit Klieum
KrvKlpelas, Ague. Wank Hiot, Worina in the
Klenh, 'i'uiiioin, Ciiiicei-x In the Womb, and nil
Weakening anil I'nliiful lUseliargcs! Mailt
SvvoiiW. and all Wasti-Hofthe Lllo 'rmeiple,
am within the (lurailvo ltnngo ol Itadwny'H
Sarsuparilliim Henolvent, mid a few luy'- uae
will iirovo to nnv iMrin unlng It for either of
these foiim of iliseuse its potent power to cure
"'Not onlvdoea Ihe KAItHAPA III U.IAN RE
SOLVENT excel nil known remedial agent in
thHl iiie of ( hronlc. Bcrofuloim, CmiHtltntiem,
Kkln uuil Syphiloid disomies, but it is the only
positive remedy lor
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Urltmrv nnd Womb Iiisenseo.fi ravel, Pinhole,
lh-oiicy'. Iiicontiiienio of Urine. Hrlghts Ilia
ease Alhuniinuria, anil Iu nil ciikos where
Ihereaio Hriek Dust. HepeailH. or tho wiltor i
thick clondv. mixed with cubstancoa like the
white' ol tin Wff.orlhroada like white nlk, or
,i, un nior bid dark, bilious iinpearanee. nnd
white iMino-diitt deposits, and where there is a
prick Iiik, burning nenmitloii, nnd pain in the
small ol t ie liioK, aim lining ine j.ouis, iniiii
K conditions KAIiWAY'H HAHSA I'A
mi 1 T itKHODVKST.aliliKl bv tlio upplicu-
tion of ItadwiiJ-M lleiuly Krelief to the Spine
andSnmllof tho Hack, n'nd thellowels renula
i.,.i .. in, ., in- two of Railway's llcgiilutiuv
If
ills lu-rdnv, will soon iiuiku ii eonipn-iu .mho
u a few days the patient will be able to liobl
and dlseliarge water imtunilly without pniii.
mid the tlrino wlHliH respired to its natural
clear and nmlier or mierry coior.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are Bunpllcd with new. healthy nnd viirorom
blood, ihat furnishes sound structure, llenee
all BHirorlng froin Wenkenln Dlscliiuges,
(HlhorMnlnor Kemale. orfroiu lUeem orfores.
tlirough the reparative proecwior lt.lWA 'H
s A USA 1 A Itl 1 .1 A N. arc anestcil, and tho rnp.
tilled orguiii heiiled.
OVAltlAN TITMOIt CtTP.ED - TtTMOll OF
TWKI.VK YKAKS' OKOWTII tUKKl) 11Y HAD
WAY'S KE80I.VKNT. ,
11KVKIII.Y, Marh., July 18, 18fil).
Pa. RanwAV i I hnvo had Onirlna Tumor In
tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
there wan ho help for It." 1 Iriod every thing
that was recommended, but nothing helped me.
I snwyotir Resolvent, and (bought I would try
it. but had no faith' in It, bocauHO I luul siillVreil
I-..,. vi.tira I took six hot tll'K Of the Hl'-
solvcnt, one Imi of Rudway'a I'illa, nnd used
two bottles of your Koiuiy lionei; ami mere is
....I a ui.m ..i n tumor tn lie seen or lelt. mid 1
fed better, smarter, happier than I linve for
iu.oi , n 'I'lu, wnrsl tumor was ill the loll
aide of the bowels, over the mln; 1 write Ibis
ti vou tor ino neuenioi uincm. .,, u.n ru..
lishiryucho.s,e. hakNAH P. KNAI'P.
Price One Hollar.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Ticcnty Minutct
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
need any one mirier with pain.
J? A Z WA YS HEADY RELIEF
IS A CCBK I'OltKVKltY PAIN. IT WAS THE
I'lltST, AND IH
TUB ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops thomost cxcrnclatimtpaln
AM. Y3 INFLAMMATION". M I'fUBs
CdNtiKSTIONS,
Whether of the I.nngs, Biomnch, Tlnwilii. oi
the gland and organs, by one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, tho KIIKIIMATIf!, IVed-rlilden. Infirm,
Crippled, NervniiH. Neuralglo, or prostrated
with lleo, may suner,
Kadway's Kcady Kellcf
Will, ill linlll OSK TO TWKKTV MIXUTKM. afftird
ir nml timifiul, and this medicine, so rapid in
stopping pain, run lie purchased Fifty Cents
per bottle at almost every druggist's nnd coun
try nierchniil's store on this continent, nml
w ithin one hour s distance of almost every hab
itation In tho Hulled Slates
itfKt uA rs.r a xr kkviu r.cr.t .
HIIRCMA TISM A Sit XKUJIAUilA.
Il'tbosc who nro now snll'ei Ing I'ain, no mat
ter what Ihe ciuifo may lie, or bv w hut name
It. is called if external, apply KaIiway's
ItKAliV Rr.l.lKP to the part of the lnnly where
thcpnlii Is present. If Internnl. SH ilroiis, dilu
ted in water, us a drink. Whether ( rnnips.
fipiisiii. Iiillanimatlon. Congestion, Asiatic
Cholera. Clilllsnnil Kever, the most violent, ux
eruchiting and tortininj; (mills will h stopped
in from one to twenty minute..
PAINFUL AtTACKS wHFRE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will AfforH Irmtnnt Ease !
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK KIHN'KVS
..,r NKI AMM AT11,N or TIIK M..WIKK,
INFLAMMATION OK I'lfK IIOWKI.S,
' U niN(IKH'l'IONIiKTIIKT.I-NOS,
SOUK THROAT, DlKI'ICl'LT I1KKATII INO
rAl.rn A tiim i'I" a i i as. iimiu,
I,YSTEu.c9,cuol:ND.r.m.KK.A.FtnKszAi
liKAOAClIE. TO(T.IACI.K.o! matis
COM), CHILLS, AOCK CIIU.l.S.
Tho application or ino kkaiit iir,i.ii-.e to
the part or part win. re the pnin or ililllciilly
exists w ill alVoril ense and rmnlort, ai iimps
in n hall tuinlileror water will, in a lew ino
ments.ciire Crumps, Hpasnis. Hour Stoiniicli,
lleiirtbiiru, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Colic, Wind iu the Dowels, and all inter-
mil Pains. .....
Travelers should nlwavs enrry a bottle ol
RtDWA Y'S IIKI.1KK Willi Ilium. A few drops
in w ater will prevent sickness or pulim from
change of water. It is better than 1-iciicli
llriinilyor miters as n snimiunii, -
FEVHU A1IA-UI2.
KKVKIt AND AOI'K Slit'ltKI).
KEVKll AND AOCK CCIiKD
KOIt FIKl Y CJiNTH.
There Is nol a roinedlal agent In the world
that will cure KKVKIt ANI .MICE,
and nil other Mnlni'lous, Itilluns, Hearlct, Ty
pbolil, Yellow and other Kevers (nlded by
IliidHiiy's Pills,) so iiilck as Railway's Hcntly
ll''"Uf' 1TOT
Person need suhcr, bo I hey ever so mncli ex
pnscil lo Fever and Ague. If they will only take
Rahwav'b Rkahv Hki.ihk. ami keep their bmo
tin njm villi lliiilifin'n I'M. Hiiuilreds In the
west, whohavii hllliorto I n diM-lorlng at the
rate ofotio ami two hundred dollars, for a few
months' treatment ai-ckcepinir t liemselves nnd
lamllics free from t'KVKIl iinil A (1CK, CHILLS
and mevm, MIKUMATISJI, Ae., lor one or
twoilolinrs a vear, spent, for Railway's Heady
Rellel'iHid Itililu av's I'ills (coiiIihI).
The KKADY KKLIKF will nlford intlunt tat
In nit.
I'l'li'minli' fill cents tier liottle.1
N. It. Hon Hint evorv
Isilllu Mis nn luilin
Rubber Stopper. Hold at all Druggist, and nt
Dr. Railway's olllce, No. K7 Malileii I.une, Now
York.
m, hadway's PErvFECT uega-
TivE FILLS,
rittiFKcnr tasteless,
Elee-antlr Coated witli Sweet Gum.
PUUOK. llEUULATE. PtlltlKY, CtKANSE AND'
BTKHNOnilEN.
RadwyT pun,
t,U TiiaE eiiHie fl
a i t. nrsnnniois of tiih nmMAcir. limn:
,)I1-1M k-IUKKVM HIAIHlMt. KKHVOCS
DISEASES. flEAVAVIIK. COSS'tH-ATION
mnrivKXKJi. Hiunmrio.v, iiysfki-sm
iin.iotmsKsa. uir.ioin rttrc, rtfi--
MA TIOX r THK HOWm.H, I'JI.KS, and all lib.
raligeiiienls of tho Internnl Vlss-era.
Wurramod to Kllcct a I'osltlvet line; ,
imi'jjvi.V VKIIKTAIIIiK.
OOSTA-INlNO NO MV.IiOl RY. MINEUAL3 Oil
UELETHItlOtlS HatUOJS,
WOliacrvo the folftiwlng aymptoma result.
ng from Iinorleitjoitneiiigetieurgaiis :
Ciiuallimtioil. lownril Piles, Fullness of (He
IIIikmI hi tlie IIm4, Aeldlty of tlie Htomnch,
Nnasua. Heiirtliiirn, lltsgust of Fiswl. rullnos.
or Weiuht in tku Htoirau'lK Hme Kruetatioiis,
Hlnklngnr Kliillering nt tlie I'i'tof theStomaeh.
Hwlininlag of the Head; Hurried and liiltlctilt
ItreiMhlng, Fluttering at rhe Heart, Chnklngor
HniriMjiillngf Sensations when in aiding 1'os
tuni, llltnmna of Vision. Itota or Webs lieforo
the 8lgh, fever and UJl l'ulr In the lleiid,
Detlc.lency of I'erspirstlon, Vellnwncss of the
Skin ami K.ve, rule In theRKIe, Chest, Lliiilm,
and Suddeii rlualie or Heat, Jlurnlng in tlie
A fewilnaea of Rw WAT'S Pil.TJl will freotBe
yHeni from all theahove-nomeii dlsordnn.
PHoe25CentePe Be. .
HAID'WA.Y &c CO.,
W. 87 Maiden Lame, W. T.
HEAD FALSE A HI) TRUE,
nr1 an Irtli.rHtnmn to UAIlW AY A C(l
No. 87 Maiden Dane, New York. IiifurmiUliov
worth tho uiiands will be neat ou. -'
Chillicothe Depot Hotel.
'' There h no stopping pl-ace
m Chillrcofific bo convenient, so
well ; ftrranged, bo clean antl
iH'nt, so niu'irb liko home, aa Iho
Depot Hotel, n few steps from
ihe Rail way Depot, kept by
that kind hearted landlord
M. Mekkle, and who is assist
ed by the hest of the most ac
commodating Clerks. The pub- '
lie are entertained at this House
in the hest Ptyle at very low
prices. The Depot 'Hotel ijr
the nicest place. See the card
in this paper. ;
i
Therk aro a number of etud'ciif'8
attending tho Ohio UniverBi'ty, nt
Athens, from Vinton county.- Last
week was commencement week.
In tho Athens Messenger of laot
week wo find a brief report of th
University Exorcises, from which
wo tako tho following, relating to
two young men Irom this connty :
The Oration of Mr. J. T. Foremnn,
of McArthur, Ohio, which imme
diately followed, entitled, '.'Unity of
Purpose," though brief, was renlly a
nitiHlerpieco of tho kind. Like tank
of Mr. Loomis, it , was delivered
with great freedom and boldness,
yet without any discordant jar or
unpleasant hurshness. Mr. Fore-,
man has within him tho material
for a (ii'Bt-eluss orator, and wo trust
ho will not take it unkindly when
wo gently hint that if ho would,
train himself to somewhat check tho
impetuosity of m utteranco and
"go slower." his delivery would b
the moro pleasant and his discourse
all tho more impressive. With this
slight objection removed, his ora
tion was it splendid success,
W: W. Gist closed tiro contest
with an excellent oration on "Re
ligions Liberty." Mr. Gist in stylo
is argumentative, nnd treated his
subject in that manner witbottt
putting on much flourish. His pro
duction was well written and well
delivered.
Hawk's Bridge Celebration.
The celebration at Hawk's
Hridge, near AVilkesville, will
be a grand success. The Man
agers have made arrangeraeuta
for haying a happy lime.
All can hear the Declaration
of Independence read, the ads
dress of D. 13. Shivel, partake
of a good dinner, and many
can go upon the fmo platform
and "swing your partner."
The Celebration of the
Fourth at Zaleski.
Next Tuesday is tho 4th of
J uly.
Have you made preparations
to go and celebrate in tho
pleasant Grove, near the Car
Shops, at Zaleski 'i
Preparations have been mals
for thousands of people to visit
that town on that day.
He sure that your basket
are well filled before you start,
although there will be an
abundance of Ee fresh men ts iu
the Grovo.
There will bo a Monster Coloura
tion on tbo 4th, in- honor of the Naf
tional Birth Day,. at oimnbus. A
Grand Social Ball wifl' also bo givon
at tho Opera IIouso in tho evening,
Thoso never having seen the into
rior of that magnificontly furnished1
Dramatic Templo,. a view of the
gorgeous Upholslory nnd beautiful
Fresco Work is well worth tho prio
of admission 8f. Ciiak't.ks Vflfl-
mamh, Manager of tho grand affair,
will accept thanks for a complimen tary
ticket to t ho Opera IIouso Bulk
Fourth of July.
There will! be a; basket) pic
nic held at Arnold's .grove on
he 4th of July, for all the
children of McArthur and vi
cinity; and sucTi older people
as wish to spend ft day in tle
woods. Sleet all the M. E;
Church, at 8: o'eloek A. My
from which place there will be
conveyances for your baskets.
Ice water will be furnished orr
the ground, and such arrange
ments made as will best tend'
to tlW comfort and happiness
of all. There will be some'
siiort addresses tTefivered to
the children'.
Bring your children nnd elm"
ners, aa general good: time i
'expected!. . Let everybody
come.
k
Wo tho undorsignod merchant
and business-men of MoArthur, dc
herofey.'nKroo to eloso our respective)'
plaee of businessi on. tho Fourtl
day ot July, 1871, M day, .
' ' W. F. FRTiTON & SONy
' J. II. KING,. '
DAN.WIIiL&BrwOS.,
, MORRIS EVANS,
GIUIAN WAItn&C0,
j;P.&U. A. I)tfNKLK. -T.
A. MARTIN & SON,
VINTON COtTNTi BANKr
O. DOW I) & SON.

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