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(M)c (Enquirer,
J. AV. 1IOWKN, lMltor.
OFKICE-In Second Story f l!"v'"
JlnU'linK, North Side ul Mum oucci., v.
( oill't House.
McArtliur,
July 13, loa.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Election—Tuesday, October 10th.
FOK lloVHtnll,
OF.OUOE W. MeCOOK, of .It-tTtrsnn.
i iia'Tt'ANT'(;nvritN'R.
BAMUIXF.'IIC'NT, of lluinlltun.
ATTilllNKV-OHNrllAI.,
KPWAllD S. WALLACE, c.( ClnrU.
At MT'ir. Of STATU,
' JOSKI'll li. I'dl K l-.UII.L, of Ailitina.
TiiKAsriitn or statu,
Dlt. OUST A. VIC liUl.'Ellb, ol llaiuilt..
aiTPiii. m v. jcuc.fc.
0. W.Ol' DUt.S, of ltiehliiml.
Mt'MIIKIl tlOAMloK I'lOLlO WOUK1,
AKTlHK lll'l!liKf Cuj-ilK'S.
' Kf!ln"T. C'HIWIIONl:il,
WILLIAM W KOSSnf Sandusky.
rl.KKKOF Sl'Cr.KVK COI'RT,
CITAIiLES r.Vn'hiisoX, of Franklin.
DEMOCRATIC.
COUNTY CONVENTION.
The PcnioeratieCcnlraH.'ommittec of Vinton
County, Uu hereby call a
LELEGATS COUNTY C01IV3NTI0H
tobo held lit tin-Court House, In MoArthur,on
Monday, July 3 1st, 1871,
tit 1 o'clock 1'. M. of thnfdiiy, lor Hie purpose
tit' selecting r.-iwlidatcs fnrlho following county
Meets, to liu voted tor on the second Tuesday of
ticloliernext, to-wit :
Kcpri seuUitive,
Auditor,
licoordcr,
Proseentinp Attorney,
oiiiuiisaioncr.
Selection of Delegates.
The Democracy of tlio several Townships
will, thereto if, meet at the usual places of Uolil
inj elections therein, on
Saturday,, July 2SHh, 1R71,
between tliu hours of 2 and 5 o'clock P. M. mill
lect Delegates to leprescnt the Townships in
said Convention.
The ratio ol representation is 1 Delcjratufor
every 25 votes cast lor William Hcisloy, for Sec
retary of State, in 1S0, and 1 Delegnto for ev
ery fraction of li Totes.
Thefollo'rinis the uiimtior of lichgates to
which the several townships uro respuctively
Clltitleil:
.nae Slstrnn " I Kilt 7 1 Harrison 3
Vi.ilon 4 I Drown S I Madison 7 Richland 8
Wilkes' fl Knox Clinton S Jackson 4
Tlio Ci'iivontion will appoint Delegates to
ipprwnt Vinton county in the Democratic Ju
ilicial iiiid Senatorial Conventions to b held
nt some time and p'sco to bo fixed liercnfler
Mid. transact such other business us mar come
Iw fury tlio Convention.
A. .1. SWAM. 1 Pciu.
J. :. VAI!1, I
. W. HOLLAND. ! Ce.
PAT KICK. O'KKEFFE,
J. W. ISOWICS, J Com.
of
A. J. SWAIM , Chairs.
J. W. BOWEN, Sec'y.
TO THE REPUBLICANS
OF VINTON COUNTY!
Important Proceedings of the Late
Republican State Convention.
EMITTER BY REPUBLICAN PAPERS.
JUDGE SPAULDING'S RESOLUTIONS.
The greater portion of the
. Republican of "Vwiton county
do not know that the State Con
vention held at Columbus, on
the 21st of last month, was
ruled by had men men who
care nothing for the 'poor and
hard-working men. The He
publican papers have not pub
lished the full proceeding.? of
that Convention. They have
omitted the most important
part of the proceeding. "Why
do not the Republican papers
fav something about the at-
'J
tempt that Judge II. P. Spaul
ding 'ir.adu "to lighten the
"burthen of. taxation upon the
"present generation ?'' The
Judge was the Committeeman
on Resolutions from the lSth
Congressional District- and he
is one of the most talented and
eminent men of hU party in
.1 1-4 . 1
the rstnto, whose name was
frequently mentioned in con
nection with the oflice of Gov
ernor. The Judge prepared
for the consideration of the
Cbnunitteo the- following series
of resolutions :
"IlR'mvEtJ, That tho Republican
imilj of Ohio will nil hero to. tho
principles enunciated in tho follow
ing propositions :
"'. I'liireroat BufTrae and gcn
srul amnesty.
"1 A sirifct ndheretieo to the
.ConKtitulion of. tho United Stntes in
Confiressioniil and SCato loi.slntion,
'iviiiir the Federal nnd Stato Gov
ei'iimcnt, respectfully, the full meas
ure of thoii' Hoveral rights.
":5. Tho l-'rcsiiJcnt to be, prnctic
ally, ineligible for a second contin
uous term.
" I. Unqualified opposition to tlio
acquisition ot 'Dominica under
present suspiccu.
",r. Tho nioHt rigid economy in
Ktitionuf nnd'Stato expenditures.
"(. An honest pnymcnt of tlio
fn Wic debt, but Hpread through a
ong wiricu of yoni H,iit low interest,
fjo us to lighten tho burthen of tax
ation upon tho present generation.
"7. A speedy abandonment of
tho 'internal jevenue systom,' with
ilu nccunuilatcd exnonses and innu
inerablo annoyances, and u return
to duties upon imports for tho nee-,
essnrv expenditures ot the (icncrftl
Gv'vernmcift, with tho exception,
perh ops, of a tax on wlnaky ami
t.iihiieciO.
"8. Civil service reform ; involv
ing sound fiunlifientions for oflieo
.;'ii, ,,n Ifimlioil I'linniiit v thttt the
ineuiiilieiit will not uo reniovoa n
ho bo found competent, nor.est aim
faith fill.
"D. Tho modification of tho law
that holds venders of ardent spirits
responsible for remote consequen
tial itiimago to ino lamiiy 01 n tuu
briato.
"10. A discontinuance of the
baneful practico ot accepting pres
ents by men who wield oflicinl pat
rouago. "11, No more public lands to bo
given away, except for Immesteads,
until tho National debt bo paid.
"12. As virtuo and intolligenco
nro tho only safeguards of a Ivopub
lic, our common schools, accessible
to nil, should bo regarded as tho
'sheet-anchor' of tho State."
The Resolutions were laid on
the table by the office-holders,
aud ollico-seeken present.
And it is plainly to be. seen
by the rejection of those reso
lutions that tho Republican
party of Ohio are not prepared
to say that they are for a one-
term President; that it is not
proper for men who have ofliccs
to give to accept presents; that
they are for universal amnesty;
for the abandonment of the in
ternal revenue system, except
duties upon whisky, and to
bacco ; opposition to the an
nexation of Domingo, and for
making the common schools
accessible to all. These points,
made by Judge Spauldixg,
were rejected, and an entire
non committal platform adopt
ed in their stead. Republican
voters of Vinton count)', what
do you think of the rejection
Judge Spaulding's resolu
tions ? Are you for San Do
mingo, for the President taking
bribes, for re-election of Presi
dents, an increase of taxation,
aud for the continuance of the
internal revenue system ? If
why not say so ? Xow,
would advise every honest
Republican in this county to
no-ainst all the men on the
Republican ticket or not vote
all. This is a very sure
way to make a change.
Hard Times—People Suffering.
It is hardly necessary to say
that the times are very hard
ana unit the people are fuiier-
ing. The poor man is suffering;
the farmer is suffering ; all who
have to labor are suffering.
But of course the Kadical pa
pers, politician", office-holders,
boud-holders. etc., will deny all
this. We will tell the readei
causes a creat portion of i
this suffering. Lost winter,
vigorous efforts were made by
the few Democrats in the Radi
cal Congress, to reduce the
Tariff, to lower the rate of tax
ation, and so on, but the mo
nopolists succeeded in their
purpose of binding the fetters
still 'more strongly, and to day
every branch of trade through
out the 'length and breadth of
this once happy and prosper
ous land is suffering under a
most vexatious and needless
burthen of over taxation. It
is within the power of the peo
ple to remedy this important
matter. ' Go to tho polls on
the 10th of October and vote
against every Republican on
the ticket.
The New Daily Paper at
Columbus.
Tho first number of a daily paper,
entitled The Daily Dispatch, and
published nt Columbus, Ohio, tins
boon reco'ued. It is beautifully
printed, and is a credit to tlio Cap
ital City .'of Ohio. W: W. Webb,
lato of The Crisis, is Editor one of
tho ablest writers in tho "West.
The Daify Dispatch is established
by an association of leading news
paper men and will soon be the best
evening paper printed in Ohio. As
tho terniR aro only 87 per year, it
is within tho reach of all.
J, W. Laiiio was nominated fbr
Itepresontativo by tho K'ndicnl Con
vention held at Jackson last Satur-
ly. Most any good Democrat can
beat a John Sherman worsbiper.
Disgraceful.
There are nfany Radical of
ficials, Stato and National,
whose occupancy of high pos'
tions is n disgrace to the Amer
icah people, nnd this has been
the case since the parly has
been in power. All were
greedy and anxious for the
spoils of office. There are men
iutrusted with tho interests of
millions who arc even unfit to
be trusted even with the inter
ests of their own families. Even
the most notorious dishonesty
and licentiousness do not pre
vent nominations by conven
tions and by the President of
the United States, nnd confirm
ations by the U.S. Senate, the
legislatures nnd by the people.
Is it not time for the people to
think a great deal before cast-
imz their votes ? A chanp-e is
surely needed. This is a prop
er time to bei'in to make a
change in this Stato.
Vallandigham.
jdim not tllG n"ory of grcat
what 1K'SS hY usling forward the
YallaiKiigham is dead, and
strange as it may seem, glancing
at the bitterness of the past,
the great mass of his revilers
have ceased their croaking,
nnd with one universal acclaim,
throughout this entire country
have rendered unto Ceasar
those things which were Cea
sar's, and have joined with the
personal and political friends
of the great statesman, in
mourning his untimely death.
Never before except in the
case of Abraham Lincoln has
the death of one- man so
wrought upon this people, and
as in that case, and in the death
of Stonewall Jackson,Sedgwick,
Mcl'herson, Thomas and Lee,
the progress-arid enlightenment
of the age, passing by the
feeling and bigotry of the war,
have fully vindicated the an
cient maxim of "De moituus
nil nixi bonuni." , The ancients
who first inculcated the above
doctrine, and tluis caused it to
be handed from generation to
generation until the present
time, for that alone have a
strong hold upon all honorable
and brave men, "S;iy nothing
but good of the dead !" Say
nothing of one who has passed to
that unknown bourne that will
add to the grief of the already
distracted ; dig not up t lie bur
ied hatchet of war after the
death of one who has bravely
fought you ; cause not the evil
that men do to live after them;
errors of one who is no more ;
injure not yourself by gather
ing up the mantle of the hyena
aud under its cover dig deep
into the grave of your enemy,
and rend the clothing of one
dead, that living, your dastard
hand dared not pollute. Let
those who would revile Val
landigbam remember that their
ignoble writings can no more
injure his memory than can the
schoolboy pierce the sun with
his arrow. Had the editor of
the Record thought how far
short of its aim would fall his
shaft, how much it would lack
of attaining the end desired,
how greatly it would redound
in dishonor to the writer, and
to the dishonor of those whom
ho attempts to represent in this
community, he would never
have permitted it to be read
even by the limited circle of
Record readers; as he is not
possessed of those qualities,
and of those higher qualities of
manhood that go to make up
the honorable enemy, as he is
in such matters is unable to de
terinine upon and follow the
course of a courageous man,
because of a weakness ho can
not overcome, wo pass him by
pity, and beg to iuJtorm those
who have read his article, that
among Vinton county Repub
licans,, there lives uot another
with soul so dead. The Re
publicans of Vinton county
and we know them personally,
are brave, honorable and up-1
right, and detest a. dishonora
ble motive, an ignoble action,
nnd will no more sustain the
above article than they would
attempt to . ,
"hive lulo tlioliolteiu of the Deep
AiiddniK up ilrowueil honor hy t ho locks."
Vallandigham. Commencement of the great
Battle.
The Democratic State Exec
utive Committee have announc
ed a long series of meetings
throughot the State, to be ad
dressed by Geneial Geo. "W.
McCook, Hon. G eo. II. Pendle
ton, Gen. Geo. "W. Morgan,
Gen. Thos. Swing, Jr., Hon
Allen O. Thurman, CI. J. R.
Cockerili, Hon'. S. F. Hunt,
Col. L. Raber, and others.
Gen. Geo. "W. McCook -our
candidate for Governor, and
Col. J. R. Cockerili, candidate
for Auditor of State, will ad
dress the people of Vinton
county, at MeArthur, on Wed
nesday afternoon, August 16,
and at Jackson, with Gen. Geo.
W. Morgan, on Tuesday after
noon, August l.1).
Let the Democrats in each
township make preparations to
send large delegations to the
meeting.
During the raid of Gen. J.
II. Mono an through Southern
Ohio, in -July, 18G3, a number
of his men were taken sick and
left at different points along
the line of travel. Morgan's
army left Jackson, Ohio, on the
10th of that month a portion
of the artillery being sent cast
ward by way of Wilkesville, in
this county, to the Ohio River.
When the company fifteen in
number arrived at Wilkes
ville, one of the men named
Lynch was taken sick with fe
ver. His companions took him
to the residence of Mr. Blake
ly and arranged with him to
take care of the sick man. The
names of some of the sick
man's friends, his place of resi
dence in Tennessee, etc., were
given to Mr. Blakely and
he was directed to write if the
man did not got well. lie
died shortly afterwards and
his remains were buried in the
graveyard at that place.
About two weeks ago a nephew
of the deceased appeared, and
tho inmnina icnva ,1 win t nvvr.A !
and conveyed to lennessce.
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Fourth of July Celebration.
at Hawk's Bridge.
DAWKIN'S MILL, O., July 7, 71.
EDITOR ENQUIRER:
The rain commenced pour
pouring down about 7 o'clock
A. M, and continued until
about 11 o'clock. Notwitk
standing the inclemency of the
day the grove was crowded
with people at two o'clock.
The dancing commenced on
the elegant platform which ac
commodated four sets, it was
erected on a small elevation
above the bank of Raccoon
creek; seats were placed on
either side for the accommoda
tion of spectators, excellent
music was in attendance.-
Hon. I). R. Shivel was not in
attendance, on account of the
unfavorable morning, to the
regret of many, who expected
to hear anablo oration from
him.
A fine dinner was prepared
at 4 o'clock P. M., which was
satisfactory to all partaking.
Refreshments of all kinds in
abundance. There was a Post
Office established near the
platform for which many letters
were written, and dropped re
deemable by those to whom
they were addressed. The let
ters were mostly of a funny
character and I never saw a
finer piece of sport. The
managers offered a set of jew
elry to the young ladies, to be
wou by election; the young la
dy getting the largest number
of votes at 25 cents each, won
the prize. There were five
candidates, and Miss Mary E.
Lawlcr was victorious by six
majority, she had 114 votes
and took home the jewolry.
The afternoon passed rapidly
pleasantly to all..
of
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A PARTICIPANT.
DEMOCRATIC.
DEMOCRATIC. MASS MEETING!
DEMOCRATIC. MASS MEETING! Gen. G. W. McCook,
Democratic Candidate for Governor, and
Democratic Candidate for Governor, and C O L. J. R. COCKERILL,
Democratic Candidate for Auditor of state, will
address the people at
McARTHUR, OHIO,
McARTHUR, OHIO, ON
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16.
Let every voter in t li it county eomo to tills
moot injr. All have plenty of time to iniilte nr-
ningoniuiits to cninu and hear tlio living politic
al Issues of the (lay fairly ilisciiHsod.
DEM, STATE EX, COM.
Tins Cincinnati Furimco Estate,
situated in liichluud Township.
Vinton county, has been twice of
fered for salo at tho door of tho
Court House in this town, but no
ono bid upon it. It will bo re ap-
praisod and advortised again soon
M. Bay and John Fkazee of
Clinton Township, nnd L. A. At-
wood of Jlichland, having .been np-
)ointed Appraisers.
Two years ago a Florida ne
gro saw a train of cars for the
first time, and was so terrified
that he had to be blindfolded
to get him on board. How he
is State Senator and a director
of the same railroad.
A NNO UNCILM V N TS.
$1 foi'miwiiiticinir siiliscrllior; if not, ti.M.
W-ty'l'iijabh! in Advance.
Representative.
W nro uiilhorieil to iiioioiince tlie nnmn of
lion to the oilier of IteniVM-iitativo. siililci-t in
lion. ai.MdMi ot'i.K. us a candidate for re.e e
uiL-iiiniiiuu ui inn iicuiocraiic uonnty i oiiven
tioii.
Auditor.
b'lnnr hiui'itrrr: AliHiitiliio tho iinim. nf
MI.IIA.M W. HKI.KOltll, i' highland, km li
UMiiiiHi! canilld.ile Mr Auditor, snhjeet to the
lecidon of tlie Doinoeratic (,'oiinl v Cniiriui.
MANY DEMOCRATS.
Wk arc aulliorizi'd to announce, the name
ofdltVf I.I.K Ol NM.N'i;,.,! Clint as a suita-
ile i-iuidldate fui A uililor, suliject to the decis
ion of I Im Democratic County Convention, on
tlie Mist of.I uly.
Sami im. 11. foi.Kwill he n candidate for Audl
tr.r liclnie ilie lioiiioi'i-nl ie Ciumlv t (invention.
Ilu pmellnil kniiwlcileo of the dul iK uf nlil
' oftlio r..lnei.iio.i, makes him a favorite
ollicoaiid his deti-rnilnat Ion to support tho noin-
DEMOCRATS.
ZALESKI, O., July 10, 1871.
fattot' Eitqniw :
Annoiinco the nnmo of SA!Il"Kr, V. DoDt.K
a Miiliihleciiiidldatctor tlicMillleo uf Auditor,
subject tu i he decision of the Democratic Coun
( '(invention,
MANY DEMOCRATS.
Recorder.
Mr llnwNi: You will aniiouneo the name of
(H;ol((.l-. V. 1'KVIiOK as a sullalilo enndi
dalo for Itceonle. Ktibicot to the decision of tlie
Democratic County Convention.
DEMOCRATS.
Wrnre authorized lonnnounce tlio nnmo of
KUAXCI9 M. I)t)VD. as n sultahle Kuitahlii
enndldnu.. forltecorder, subject to tliedecislon
tlx Demoeratle County Cou vcution, on the
nt of July. ' o
J. W. limcm ,- I'lenso nnnnnneo tho nnmo of
A- ' UlUt AY, as a cundldato f,.i-
Recordcr, sub.lcct to tlio deceision ol tlio Deino
cratie (Jjtinty Uunvention.
MANY DEMOCRATS.
Prosecuting Attorney.
El. EnqiUrrr; Plonso nnnnuncn thenaineof
8. t liYI'OOLK ns acnndlilatu for I'roscu
II u Attorney, subject U tlie decision of the
Democratic Comity t onventlomnnd oIiIIru
MANY DEMOCRATS.
Wr. nioniilhori.cd to aiinoiince thenanioof
,M. Mci.ll.l.lVRAY, us n cuiididate for re
election to tlm olllee of Pro.socutlnu Attornev,
sulijis d to the decision of the Democratic Coun
ty Convention.
AGK.NTS WAVH I VOK
IS-rLot XJxitiGcl;
Or, Ways nnd ISv-tVoys In tlie lllildnn Llf
of Aiiierleaii DelretlvnH.
lly olliecr (i. s. McWattkrsi. A nnrrntlvo of
years' experience among ltnnk Itobhers,
Ounterl'clteiB. Thieves, rickjiockcls, Ijottery
Dealers, t onlldenee Men. iiinf Swindlei-s ol all
classes of society disclosing marked instances
diabolical vonwHiiflu imd deep laid plans of
mischief ami outrage, and sliowiiiK tlio modes
which they worn traced out ami scounilrids
brought to Juslh'o. A Iiii'ko votiinieof over 650
panes; 30 full pae eii((luvlnits.
Kor circulars and tnrnis.adilress tho publlsh
ts, J. U. JJi; li It A H YUK,
sn-sw
Jlarlford, Conn.
Wm. P. Thompson's Heir.
I'robntn Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTK K is hereby Klvun t hat David Shut.,
tiuiudlnn of Flnley Thompson, has tiled
herein Ids account for partial settlement with
IdsHiiiil Ward; nnd that the. same Is sot for
hearing on the Cth day of August, 1H7I, at 10
o'clock . M. Jl.1i. MAYO,
July li, lHTMt I'lohatoJiiilKC.
Joseph Dixon's Heir.
l'roliate Court, Vinton Courty, Ohio.
NOTICK is hereby (liven thnt Jesse Drown,
Guardian ol Kuna A. Dixon, has tiled here
in Ids account fur llnul sett lenient Willi his auld
Ward ; and that tho sumo Is Net for hearing on
the Dili day of August, lb71, lit 11 o'clock k. u.
II. Ii. MAYO,
July U, 1871-41 Probate JikIkp.
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTK.K Is hereby pclven that ft petition will
Im presented to tlio t'omniiKsioners of Vin
ton county, Ohio, nt ibeir next regular session,
Si'ptcinhiir, A.D.1h7l, luavini for tlio locu
tion of ncoiinfy road, along tlio following de
scribed route, tii-wit :
Itnuiiinlnir nt the c-oi ncr of fincond and Lower
Walnut Streets, In tho vIIIiiko of Znli-iki, In
Mnillsoli Township, Viutuu coi)lify, Ohio, anil
rnnnhix fiinii lliciice hi nil ciiht or easterly d.
rectlon lo Shades' (jrlst Mills, anil from thenco
an' eiiHtorlv direction over tlie nenrost ami
host route to Intersect thelirldire (toad leiullnir
from .iilcskl to I'aokard-s Mills. In Vinton
coinilv. JIANY J'ETn'lUJJJiKH,
July I'.', IH71 Iw " ,
HHLATII! IIEAUTY!
Strona end Pure Rich Blooti-Iii
crenne of Flesh mid VVolvilit
Clear fcliin und Boaullful
Complexion,
SICCUJiJJD TO ALL.
EADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN
RESOLVENT
HAS MA PR TIIK MOST AHTONISIIINU
rlHtl'X SO Ql'ICK. SO K.WMI) A It I'
Tin-: on n;i-:s tiik noov iindicu-
I I H I.NDKIt TIIK IXKUTKNtB
OK THIS Tltl'I.V WONIlKIl
VIA. MIUJIC1NK, THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
W eight is seen ana j.cu.
Scrofula, ColiMiniptlon, SypfcllU In
i'........ 'I .. ..I .i t. 1 liitiifmir . I Id
IllUliy limns, iimiiiiiiuti ' - . -
I.. J. MM. ..,... Vf Jti.tl. . 'IVlimW XtM l ill Mill
III IIIU JlllUiUl i'AWimi, HUM".., t
(iluihirt, nnd other 1mrtH f tlio N.vHtt'in ; Horo
lVl'!, Ml'limoilS JUM'iuune in'iu i" 'yi
v.'i Hole. ttenM Head. King-worm. Salt Uheum
KvyslpHtiH, A?m Hlm-k ntrf, Worms Hi tlio
t .i. .. t; rutin 1 iljitMam hViml ltin. r (
Weakening anil rnnuin inM-iin"!
swentN. ami all WaMwi of the Lite M inoipUv
..!.!.:.. ,t(...i ir.imrl lit iJlllUv HV'l
lOMh, 'minora, uuicrm in mo " ' vi i .
in i.,.1...i.ii uiifl it law riliVH' IISO
will prove to hmv wrnon uhIiik it foroltucr of
tlicso forms of dfcuasu Hh potent power to cur
v"; ,t M.i ti i nciA PA 1111 T 1 A V RE
.1111 mil l m:n --
SOLVKN ri'Xct'l nil known ri-mctliul nytmi ni
tlio euro of ( linmlc, 'Hcmfulmirf. ( onstiliition,
Skin ami Syphiloid dibcoHvd, but it ii tho only
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Uriiinrv mill Womb Plui-ases. fi ravel, IMnhelOH
. . LI .1' ITkIm,. llt.lirltl'ri Illu.
mO lMV, lllCOIHim-IICU Ul U1...V.,
enso, Alliuiniiiiiriiv, imd in nj.1 eiisen wIicmb
there tlio Brick Dust liepoNitu, or tlio wilier U
IlltCk, moillly, llllXeil Willi Minnnm. n
white ol nn VjiK, or inreim iiu wimu m,i, .
there Uaincirliiil ilin k, hilious itppviirunci). nnd
...i.i... , .1..... .l......il ..ml ,'lwtrn tticrft ti n
wiiiiii iit.inj-v.uii ,,.,, ...... ..................
pilckine;. Inirtiinir M-iisntlon , nnd pnin in tlio
Ilie-e conilitlons KAIIWAY'S SAUSAl'A
. t.t.'u. ,11.-V'1 ..l.lu.l 1... II... a, mil.. ii
1 1 1 I) LIU! D ICit. UlIU IIU'IIK "W .."in.-,
IV 1 1.1,1 . 11 r-r ' i ' , i .. . i . ' "J I'l'" - -
lion of Hadwnv'H Heudy It relief to the Splno
mill Hinull uf tlio Buck, nnd tho Bowels rcKnlii
led with one nr two of Hadwiiy'K HeKUliilhiK
I'llls nerdiiv. will soon lnitlto u coinpleto curn.
and illsehiinro water naturally without pnin
.... , .1... til I 1 in l,u ....... i.i
In a few duvs the lintient will ho able to hold
clear ana niniier or snerry conn-.
THE WASTE OF THE B0D
II I It I HIC II1I1IU l'l IJ3 lll"l"'l .w .vu l.lll..l.
hlooil. iliot i'nrnliilii'K sound Mructure. llenc.r
Are sniiulled with new, lionltliy nnd viiroiom
itillior Mule or r't'iniile.orfrom I'leem orSm-PH,
ttnouuli the rcpnnitlve proeecmif IIADWAY'S
llll Mil iii.Hmr I'iMiii Weiikeultiif Uiseliaiires,
SAUSAl'AKU.IAN, lire iirreMeu, aim uie rup
tilled oi iruiiH heuleil.
OVAKIAN TUMOU CURKD TUMOU OF
TWKI.VR VEAHS' OUOWT1I CUKKI) 11V KAII
WAY'S ltliSOLVKNT.
IIKvkri.v, Mass., July 18. 186(1.
Dlt. ItAliWAV : I have. Imd Ovarinii Tumor in
"there was no lielp for It." I tried every thing
the oviil'ics illli howelH. All tlio doctors Mil 1(1
t lint was i cconimeiuieil. initnoi innff neipeu inc.
I saw your IlcMilvcnt. nnd tlioivulit I would try
it. Iml had no faith ill it. hecillise I had nulVertMl
solvent.ono box or Hadwny's I'ills, nnd used
two hottlesi of your Itoady lielief; and thorn Ih
I'nr twidvA veaiH. Itonki-iX lint Men of tlioUe-
not n mtrii 01 ii minor m iw seen in icn, i
reel hi.tinr. sniarU-r. hniniier than I have for
Hide of tho ImiwoIh, over the uroln. 1 write thin
twelve vears. Tlie worst tumor wits In the loll
Is von lor the heiielitofotlier.-i. tou cmi puo
lish if you choose. ...
II AN Ail I . K.N A I'J'.
J5fejT"Prh oOno Dollar.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty Minnies
Not one hoiirnfter readinit this advertisement
need any one sutler with pain.
7.1Z) WA TS READY RELIEF
1H A Cl'RK 1'Olt i:VI.UY PAIN. IT WAST1IK
KIltsT, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN IiEMIiDY
That instantly stonstheinost cxcrueintinitpntn
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND IL1SKS
t'tl.NtilT'lONS,
Whether of the Limits, Stonuieh, Boivils, oi
the KliiiuU and organs, by one applicntion,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excrucial iuir the
pnin. the 1II KU.M ATIC, Hod-ridden, Infirm,
t'rlpiiloil. Nervous. Neuralalc, or prBslraleil
with disease, niny sulti'r,
Kadwav's Ready lielief
Will. Ill finlll ONH TO TWI'Ni'V MINt'KS, affurii
film ami cunijiii I, nun nils incuieine, sorapiu in
stopping pain, ciin lo jiurchnsod Kilty ( cuts
per bottle at almost every dt'UKKist's and conn
try ini'icbanl's store on this continent, and
within one. hour' distance of almost every hab
itation In the I'nitcd state...
1! IIKI'MA TIS.VA ' KlCniA 10 1 A
KIH I'M A TJSM ASU XKVHAI.UIA.
IT 11m isc wlio are now KulfeiiiiK I'ain. no mat
ter what the cunse may he, or bv what name
If is called if external, apply lunwAY's
l.'F.ADV ItKl.tKK to the purt of the hisly w here
tlie pain Is present. II intci-aiil, SO drops, dilu
ted in water, as n drink. Whether t ramps.
Spasms, liitlaininatioii. Congestion, Asiatic
Cliolera. Chills nnd Kevcr, th most violent, ex
criiciatiiiK and tortiulup pains will h'i stopped
in from one to twentv minutes,
PAINFUL ATTACKS wHIRE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instnnt Ensa :
INI'LAMMATION OF Til K K IDNUYS.
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK BLADDKIi,
INFLAMMATION OK TIIK liOWKbS,
CONtlKSTlON OF THIS I.UN03.
S011K TUIIOAT, DIFFICULT IIUF.ATIIINtl.
PALPITATION OKTIIli HEART,
HYSTERICS, 0T.OLT, DIP1ITIIF.KIA.
CAT AUUU, INFLUENZA,
HEADACHE. TOOTIIAOIIK.
NKUHAI.OIA, KIIEUMATIHM,
COLD, CHILLS, AOUi; CHILLS.
the nurt or piirt-s wlurc the pain or diiliculty
exists will afford ease nnd coinl'ort. 2U tlrops
Tlie aiiiiliciition of t ho lir.ADY lilCLI EI' to
liionts, i-uru Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
llcnrtbiiin, Sick lloiiiliiche, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Colic, Wind in tliu Dowels, anil all Inter
nal' I'liins,
in n halt tumbler of water villi, inn few nio-
Travelers should nlwnvs carry n hotllo ol
RA I) WAY'S KKL1UF with tlmni. A fewdrops
Chanel) of water. It is better than French
In water will prevent sickness or pubis from
lii iiniiy or tn tiers ns a si nun nun.
FEVEK A1IAIJU.
FF.VKIt AND A(IUKWi;iiKI).
FEVKU AND AOliK CUltED
FOli FIFTY CKNTd.
There is not a remedial itirent In tlio wirld
that will cure FKVKR ANDAtil E,
nnd all other Malarious, BilloiiH, Kcnrlel, Ty
phoid, Yellow imd other levers (aided by
ltntlwny's I'ills,) so julclt hs Hallway's Kcndy
Relief.
Person nflod snll'fir. b(! I lii-v ever so nilit-h pv.
posed to Fever and Aruc, Iftliev will only lake
Raiiway'h Hkaiiy Kki.ikp. and 'keen theiitoic.
tin njietiicitk Hattwny'1 J'tll. Iluudreds In tlio
w est, won iinvB nit net-to neon tioc.mriiiK at tne
into of one and two hundred dollars lorn lew
tnontbs' treatment lire keeping t heinsclves and
families li-ee front FF.VKIt and AO UK CHILLS
nnd FKVFll, IlIKUMATISM, 4c, for one or
two Hollars n year, spent m- midway Heady
iienei iuiii uninvav M ruis (eoaieiii.
'I'bo l'.KAUY UKf.IKK will llll'iird iimtdit euM
to nil. Price only fiu cents per hotllc.t
Rubber Stopper. Hold at all DriiKK'sts, and at
t. iludwiiy's cilice, No. K7 Maiden Lane, Now
York.
N. !. Heo that every bottle has nn India
LB, EADWAY'S PERFECT URGAt
TIVB FILLS,
I'EIlFEiJTVl TASTELESS,
Elegantly Coated with Sweet Gum.
I'L'UGE, JIECJULATK. I'UBII'Y. CLEANSE AND
B TUKNOTHKN.
Radway'a Pill,
KOK TUB CttllK OF
ail risotrn:ts of run stomach, liver.
till HUM. KinICY.1, lll.AUUKIt, NKIIYOUS
DISEASE. HEADACHE, COJSTII'AWION
COSriMXESS, IXDHIKSTIOtf. DYSI'EI'SIA
III.IOIS.VESS. IIIT.IOVS EKVEIt, INFLAM
MATION OF WK BOWELS, PILES, mid all de
riintrcinciits of the Internal Vlscora.
Warranted to Kll'ect a Positive Curo.
PlIKKLY VKtiKTAUIiK.
CONTAINlNtl NO MKHOtlltY, MINERALS Olt
DKLETEUiOUa IJUliUt).
rObervc tho following nymptoniH result
UK from Disorders of the Digestive Organs :
(,'onstiiatlon. Inward Plies, Fullness of the
Blond In tho Bond, Acidity of tliu Hloniach,
NiiusiMi. Heartburn. Distrust Of Fond. Kiillnni.
or Woiht In tho Htomiic.li, Hour Kriiclntlons.
Hlnkinir or FlutterhiK lit the Pit of tlie Stonuieh,
Swimming of the lluiul, Hurried nnd Difficult
BroathlnK, Khit teriiiK at tlio Heart, Uinklnxor
Wiill'oeiitiiiK Konsatlons when in a Lvlna Pin-
turn, innuicssoi vision, nois or M obs before
tho Hitihl,l''eynrnnil Dull I'nliv In tlie Rend,
Delh-.leiK! of Pcrsn! riil likH. Vi.lloiitii.u. ..r ll,n
Skin nnd'F!yc, Pain hi tho Ride. Chest, Minim,
nun nuiiiien Flushes 01 Jlcut, Jiurnlng In tlie
Hcsli.
A low doses of lUnwAY'H Ptn.fi will freo the
system friim nil llioabovc-naincd disorders.
Price 25 Coutu Per Box.
KADWAY &t CO'..
No. 87 Maiden Lano, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Scrtd Olio letter stiiinn to RADWAY CO .
No. 87 Maiden Lniic, New York. Infnrinntlon
worth tlm iisniuls will ho ont ynn. sv-lv
BRIEF NOTES.
Xoep Rohep.
Money hIow,
Busines tltill.
Bo nffoctionuto.
Keep cool if you can.
4 Paws Show to-morrdw.
Wnrud enough for ieo-crenm.
Never ewonr wilhput aciiuso.
Como to lliia ofllco with j-our
printiiifj.
Get your noigliboss to voto for
less taxation,
Persundu your neighbor to take
tlio MeArthur Enquirer.
The HI c Arthur Enquirer Is only
23 tents for 4 nrontlis.
Tho eiTitor ef ttV6 Circlevilh
Herald can cat dog-feniil iu flno
stylo.
The attention of tlt farmer ,is
now directed to hay linrretitinjij.
Tho now bdl forth Christiim
Church was placed in tho belfry laat
Fridtiy. It him a mtlodious qounil,
MrAltTIHJU ENQUIItER
FOU THE
FOUR MtNTIlSKOK 5 CKTS.
Ill onor tli nt tlio principles, policy anil csnilt
dates of the Democratic party shall by n fully
nnd liilrly presented nt posnible to tln whwld
people of Mnton nnd adjoining souutlni, rr
oiler tliu
McA R Til V R ENQ UIllEJl, .
duriiiK tlieeninpiilKn.or fort month from Uta
lime ol'Huhscrlbluj;, for the vry low prlw ef
25 Cents!
There will bo no pecuniary n-ollttou on Mir
papernt thii low 1'Mte, but weslmH bo (tratlfli-d
if liytbi iiieans hundrods of the people of this
nnd adjoining count ion will guuicrlhtnml caro
t'tilly read it nn 1 receive tlio evidence And i-mm-oiling
iu behalf or Democratic principle audi
ciindiihites, w ithout porvernion anil mliipic
scntutlon. Wo hope nealous and active Dn
urats will forthwith lend m as muy nai,
at tho above into, lis they can obtain lu timh
vicinities. If there arc pcrnoni loo poor to pay
the amount, scud their ltauiea whether (hey
puy or not, aud wo will sead them the paper.-
A little time yiven niw In this way to tlio com-
nion cunse will briiif gwod returns therefor In
the future.
Addiew J. W. BOWEK.
MeArthur, O.
BSCali, mid get your Tuvrmam
Pi cturcB.
An election was held in this
said to be incorporated village
on Monday last for the election
of ii Marshal to 1U1 the vacan
cy occiusioned hy the lTsiH
tionofJ. V. Kulcr, of whicli
the following is thu result :
Win. Eckles, eg
Jacob Shry, 27
J. N. Dillou, U
John Lowry, 1
A Look Around the World.
Latest and best authority give
the population of the globs til
350,200,000 :
America . 72,600,0t
Ein-opo 27,()f0,0(IO
Asia 708,C00,(K(
Africa 168,000,000
Australia nnd Pyn.irfi 3,00,(H)
These people npeak aboifc
difl'ercnt laMipnagci, itnel ae t p
intolOOO different rciifiiwn ic.
Tho ndhtveuts iM the princip! i.
ligions, im) tin tin"; tho wholu popula
tion, nre supposetl to l nearly
thus :
(irocli Church .69,8,709
The six oilier Oriental
Clin roh cs fi.riOO.rtufi
ftoman Calliolice 13S.000J0O
Protcstnntu 97.1S!).I0
MohanimedaBS : 1G0.(WH).()(M
Btidhists 2 tft.fifia dm
Oilier Asiatic religions. .2i;0,000,(KMh
I'licnns 200.0()0.()(l
Jews e.ooo.o.
Nbw whont was ground nt C'aHr-
polis on tlio 1st in st
McArthur Retail Market.
Corrected by Gilman Ward & co., Dealers
in Dry Goods &c, and Manufactures
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Brown, N. 0 12.V
Ulariflod, N. O fa
" CofTee A 1
" Crrrsir ptil. &gran 18
" Extra coffeo 14
Coffeo, Riocboicp 2f
" Kio primo. . . . ,s. . . t,20($M
" Java !K
Orleans Molasses 80(590
Doublo Extra Drips ilfiO
Vinegar, Cider 4D
Rico 1012t
HaiBins 5W
Tea, Imperial 81,25 1,80
" Youno; Hyson 1,25(1,89
" Black l,00l,5O
" Japan .il,&
Candles, hard pressed 2
" star 2
Flour, por bbl $7,,0(
Butter 15.
Lard 12
Eggs 1
Checso 18020'
Crackers -., . . ,1012fr
Starch ift
Soda w
Tartar, cronm...., 6l
Peaches, dri-ed 10
Apples, dried lf'
Salt, per "bbl $2,00'
Beans ?. 2,0l
Pepper, grain 40
Allspice. , . . 40
Beef, dried". h 2
Hams, country cured i. .. 1IJ'
" fitigar cured'.. . . li
Shoulders
Bacon, side y. 12-
Beeswax '2.V
TnlloW ....v....... 'J'
Foathors 70
Wheafr tljSOfr'
Corn; ,..G7ft
Ryo 8!,
Oats. j 45'
W rf 80BC

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