3, W, BOWfcWr Kdftu.
OFFlCE-fa Pocoad Stnvy of I'0"8"'
1uUdliig. nana, ui ui
July 19, 1871
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Election—Tuesday. October 10th.
' SEOirCK W. McCOOK, of Ji-(Ti-mo.
" KAMVEL1'. HUNT, of lUinllton-
BVAY AUD A. W ALLACK, of tlnrkr..
AOPWN f STATS,
JOSEPH U. COCKKttlLL, of Adams.
TSBASlTRKll CP BTATB,
DR. OUSTAVK UUL'KUUol lUanlUin,
0. V. GKDDtti, of Kiohlswf.
MrMllRK BOAKDOF rUM0 WOSSS.
AKTHCK HUGHES, ol Cuysliu&Si
CLKBICOr M1PEKMH OOI'RT,
CHAKIXS rATC'KKsOS, uf imnklin.
Golden Advice to Democrats.
Iu the last political speech
delivered by the late . Hon. C.
L. Vallandigbam., which was
made at the- close of the Dem
ocratic State Convention that
begun its session on the 1st of
June, 18,71, which speech we
published a few weeks ago,, he
used the following language
language that should serve as
the rule of action fin every
Democrat throughout tFie land :
"Dissatisfaction may rxM, dlsaapoiut
ment I should say, at nomination, 1 nu-rer
attended a Contention where it was ot hoc
wine. Whore there are two candidates for
oae office some-hody must be defeated, but
it he 1 a man, I won't say a philosopher
Khe U a Democrat, lie submits and ad
friend submit, and watt until tl irext
luieand take the cha es."
DEMOCRATIC. COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Democratic Central Committee of Vinton
County, do hereby call
to be hold al the Court House, In SIcArfhur.ou
Monday, Jttltj.'ilsf, 1871,
at 1 o'clock r. M. of that day, lor llie purpoie
efuclcctiogcnniU'lNti'sfortlio follow injf county
vOicus, to bo voted f en flie seoomi"TuesdSy of
October next, to-wit:
Selection of Delegates.
The Democracy of the sevend Township'
will, therefore, meet at the usual place of bM
ing flections tliereln, on
' Saturday, July 19, 1871s
etwocn the hours of S and 5 o'clock r. M. and
elect Delegate to represent the Twnlilp in
The ratio ol representation Is 1 Delegate for
very S3 votci cast lor Wirr'ram? Helsloy, frec-
retary of State, in 1S70, and 1 Delegate for ov-
tv fraction of 12 rotes.
The following In the number of Ielosnt$ to
which tlje several towaakips nie resictivelT
Eagle 81 Swan SIF-lIc 7 1 Harrlir
Vintnn 41 Brows fi Madison 7 Hichlnnil
WlHtete 5 Kuoi 2 1 Clinton 6 Jackson
The Convention will appoint Delegate! to
represent Vlnuui county In (be Democratic Ju
dlcialand Senatorial Conventloni to bs Held
attorns time and plsce to bo fixed hereafter1,
ami transact such oilier utislnou M may come
Wore the Convention.
A.J. RWAIM, 1 Dem.
V. W. HOLIASTI. i Cen.
J, W. LOW EN, J Com.
Selection of Delegates. A. J. SWAIM, Chair's
J. W. BOWEN, Sec'y.
The Radicals of this Sena
torial District will bold a Con
vention on the 10th of August,
at Gallipolis, to nominate a
candidate for State Senator.
We learn that Hon. II, C.
Jones of this town is a candi
date for rejection, but we no
tice that some of the editors of
the River county papers are
seeking the nomination.
Further appointments are
announced by the Democratic
Executive Committee. Col.
McCook will open the cam
paign atAshtaJjulaon the. 25th
of July; will spak at Chardon
on the 2Tth, at Painesvillo on
the 28th, and then will go on
with hia appointraenti m here
tofore announced. Hon. Frank
MoKiniicy con'unejices- n series
of appointments at Nelsonville,
August 5, and General Durbin
Ward at Perrysburg, Wood
county, September 5.
Duelnu the storm of last
Wednesday, lightning struck
Mr. S. Payne's b.irn near Hum
den, in this county, tearing
away shingles and boards,
splintering tbo rafters and ect
thig the .hay ' insido oji fire,
which," liorvever, being very
damp, kept the ilanies back
sufliciently to allow ,Mi Puyne
to extinguish the fire.., . One of
Mr. 1 Payne's fine honses was
struck at tho samo time and
although not killed, was con
Riot in New York.
The annual pfliada of the
.Orangemen, an Irish organiza
tion, at New York, on the 12th
inst, in celebration of the vic
tory of William of Orange
over Jamks II, at Boyne Wa
ter, in 1G90, was the occasion
of the revival of the bitter
feeling that has- existed be
tween the formor order and the
Ilibbonmen, and other Irish
organization, for centuries.
The latter declared the parade
should not take place. Both
sides armed for the contest,
Superintendent of the Police,
Kelso, fearing a collision, or
dered the abandonment of tbe
parade. Gov. IIoffma'N' re
voked this order and issued a
proclamation declaring that the
full power of the police and
military would be used to pro
tect the procession. Great ex
citement and alarm existed
through out New York City.
The Orangemen, numbering
150, paraded as announced,
being protect! by the police
and several regiments of troops.
The mob attacked the pro
cession as it passed throngh
the streets. The militia fired
into thorn and into the houses
from., which missiles were
thrown. Fifty -six persons were
killed and about 300 wounded.
None of the Orangemen were
injured, and but few of the
troops. The killed and wound
ed mostly belonged to the riot
er?, though a number of inno
cent ppectators were shot.
Col. Jim. Fisk bad his leg
broken. On the following day
everything was quiet iu the
city, and a stop bad been put
to the dreadful and sickeuin?
scenes of Wednesda)'.
The Only Lightning Rod
that will Protect Buildings.
Every building should be
protected by the very best
lightning rods, and the best
are Biade ot pure, unalloyed
a. r af
sheet copper, scrolled into a
perfect cylinder, so as to give
any surface required. We are
satisfied the only rod that is
a sure aud safe protection to
Fife and property, is Hall's
Copper Scroll Lightning Rod,
of which II. W. Dksiiler &
Co., are sole propietors for a
greater part of the United
States. This rod has been
placed upon the Court House
and jail of this county, and has
been ordered for quite a num
ber of our best dwellings in
McArthur and vicinity. It is
ou all the school buildings in
Clinton township in this coun
ty, aud is fast taking the place
of all other rods. More than
300,000 buildings of the United'
States are under its protection.
Many years ago the proprie
tors oSered a challenge of
$1,000 that no lightning rod
could be produced combining
so many excellencies as the
one we speak of, but the chal
lenge is still standing before the
eyes of thousands of the scien
tific men of the country. All
scientific men declare tnat it is
best lightning rod ever invent
Mc ARTHUR ENQUIRER
rOCR MONTHS-"(VH S5 CKNYgh
In ordvr that (ha priuciplea, policy and candi
date of the Dnraoernlic party nhnll beta fully
uudfuirly protMiited as poataldo to the whole
pooplu of Vinton and ndjoluluif cowntle, we
Mi A R Til VR EHQ U1RER,
ilbrlng the campaign, or for 4 month, from tbe
tjino of KiiUclblug, for the very low prieo of
There will Ira no pecuniary profit to u on the
paper at thu low roto, but we ih&U be gratifled
if bythli mranvhundradi of the people oftlil
and adjolnlngcountlei will mbterlbc and cure
fully read It and hwcIto tho evidence aud rcni
onlng In lielmlf of Domocrntlo principle and
caivlldatct, without porvcralon and rolwoprc.
eiitatton. Wo hopo lenlottt and active Demo
crali wlH forthwith ud tin a) many nanira,
at tho aliovo rata, i thuy can obtain in their
vlclnltiea. Ifthore are penona too poor o pny
the amount, twurt their namm whether they
pny or nut, and we will acari them tho paper.
A little time riven now in OH way to the com
mon cauio Will brleg good returni thorofor in
AddrtM W, HOWEK.
iy Call and got your Tuukman
An endorsement of Grant is
is an errdorscnicnt of more in
iquity tliaix m Lo toI4 in
in many vohlmes. j .jij
It is a favorite and hackney
ed saying of the Republican,
that the Democrats have uo
distinctive principles, that they
confine themselves to abusing
the administration without
keeping in view any worthy
"objective point." It is un
necessary to combat at any
length this absurdity, for the
reason that the sterling princi
ples of the Democratic party
such as economy in adminis
tration, tariff for revenue, op
position to monopolies, hostili
ty to centralized jiower, hard
money for a circulating medi
um, etc. are'time honored, and
sufficed to keep the Democracy
in power for half a century.
Cut in this connection, the
question may pertinently be
asked how are the Republi
cans off for principles? Their
''principles" have given us a
taxation that almost crushes
the people; a tariff that virtu
ally robs the many to enrich
the few; a shameful waste of
the public domain aa a subsidy
to railroads; an official corrup
tion and robbery absolutely
unparallel ed; the establishment
of political idea?, entirely at a
irariance with the spirit, of our
government; the creation of
monster monopolies; and the
investing .of the president with
more than monnrchial powea-s.
These are some of the real prin
ciples of of the Republicans,
although they are sought to
be hidden from view behind a
variety of false issues. But
the pt'ople cannot be hood
winked much longer, as a few
more contests at the ballof-box
Hall's Copper Scroll Lightning
The rod is made of unalloyed
sheet copper rolled 'into a per
fect cylinder, giving any sur
face required, from four inches
to five feet. The smaller be
ing equal to 20 and the larger
to 300 -inch iron rods as an
The rod in question, is by
actual test, superior to all oth
ers in extent of unobstructed
conducting surface, in construc
tion, especially its application
to the building without the
use of the so called, glass in
sulators. For further information,
send for a circular in which
you will so the report of tests
to which the rod has been sub
jected by the first electricians
of the Uuited Slates. All
communications for information
or rods, should be sent to the
receiving and distributing point
for Southern Ohio. Address,
H. W. DESHLER & CO.,
Reed's Mills, Vinton, Co. O.
An endorsement of Grant
is an endorsement of the San
An endorsement 6f Grant is
an endorsement of the enrich
ing of all of Grant's relatives
at the public expense.
The Wilkesville Academy.
We have been shown tho follow
ing from a lettor from F, M. Chea
dle, Principal of tbe Wilkcsvillo
Academy, relating to that most
excellent institution :
Tho fall term promising a larso
attendance, will begin August 2d,
and continue ten weeks, particu
lar attontion will bo given to those!
preparing to tench, and tho most
approved" methods ot school man
agement, condircting recitations
and of awakening interest in study
will .be pointed out in a manner
coipbining practice with theory.
Lectures on various scientific -and
literary sublets- will bo given week
ly by Kev. Warren' Taylor; nd
also lemons in vocal music, and
practical lectures on Anatomy and
Physiology by gentlemen who aro
versed iff these depavtmonts. Board'
may bo had in good families for
$2,50 and $3,00 per week with op
portunities lor club of self-board.
F. M. CHEADLE, Principal.
Tho following recommendations
will bo of intercut to those wishing
a practical education r
Tho undersigned takes pleasure
in Buying that Mr. and Mrs. Choad
le during one yenrs's mwnngement
ol our Academy have greatly en
deared themselves to tho pupils
and iiatrons of the school, and the
toachors who go from thorrHo our
County lSoard aro admitted to bo in
advance of all other applicants.
I beartlv reoommend the Wilkcs
villo AeAdeiny as being worthy the
cordial support end patronage of all
friends of education. The eonrso of
study Is extorsive,, class drill thor
ougb, and every facility affordod
for obtaining a ratical education.
S. B. MATTHEWS.
S. B. MATTHEWS. HALL'S
Communication from prof. M. R. Barnes,
sup't of public schools, McArthur, O.
McARTHUR, O., July 18, 71.
Mit. Editor : I am daily
interrogated as to the charac
ter and advantages of the
"Hall's Copper Scroll Light
ning Rod," lately attached to
our county buildings. For
the benefit of those who may
wish to purchase a rod I would
say: I have ordered it put up
at my house, Rs it is the only
rod, of which .1 have any
knowledge, . that I consider
safe. It is constructed on sci
entific principles, of the best
material ior rod, being pure
copper. It has a conducting
surface of such extent as to
render it secure against an over
charge of the electric fluid. :
Its rornf hieing cylindrical does
not allow the electric current
to pass oil the rod, laterally, as
it might do, had it continuous,
sharp edges. The mode of at
tachment without insulaters, is
that recognized by modern
science as the safest; on the
principle, that, a body' brought
in proximity to another highly
electrified; becomes, itself, also
highly charged with electricity,
whether the bodies are separa
ted by an intervening plate of
glass or not, the result is the
same. The only way to save a
building from disaster is to fur
the electric fluid a continual,
uuinterruoted and free exit to
the earth from the building
aud adjacent clouds.
M. R. BARNES.
Forepaugh's Circus in
Foivpangh's mammoth me
nageiie and circu went direct
from this place to AlheiH on
Fridiiy morning hut, where Mr.
Forepangh crime in cloo con
tact with the h'f'al authorities.
It seems that a man named
White procured a judgment
against Forepangh, in Philadel
phia, about twenty years ago,
for $7,000, which was never
collected. The judgment with
interest now amounts to nearly
$20,000, and on Friday after
noon, niter trie canvass had
been raised, measures were ta
keu to collect it. Security was
given by Forepaugh so the
performances could go onfor
that afternoon and evening,
but of the final arrangements
we have not been advised.
-Sco ndverticmeiit of Dr Uutto' IHspcn
Kiiry, headed Hook far tho Jfllllon MA'Mt7A'S&
C.VlIKa another column! It should Is read
ID W W
Cheaper than the Cheapest at
Blank Deeds.- All - kinds of
Blank Deeds, and Blanks for Jus
tices, Constables, and' Attorneys,
printed on good paper and in the
best stylo of tho art, kept constantly
on hand, and for sale at tho Enquir
er offico. -.
Grand Pic Nicaiitl Dance
Satuv&aVr Jfu 22f 1871.
There will' be a Grand TMcNic
and Dance in the nico Grove, one
fourth of a mile north of Trattsvillo,
on Saturday, the H2A of July.
Refreshments to bo had in the
Everybody invited to bo present.
Como with your daughters, yur
cbildron, and your lovers I'
TmTT vonra huvo dunned lltirfl tlU litfrn,
dilution of OavU' Pain Kill or tethe public, and
yet at llii) prritont time It I. incini popular and
eoininnnilr ft turner iiilolHan ever Imloro. Iu
popularity In not confined to-t hla country alone
all over the world ft' liencflrrnl ortwtilii urn lng
the "Ilia that fleh It heir to." aro acknowledg
ed and appreciated, and an a 1'aln Killer It
ft i mo la limited to no country. ct or race, han
never beMie equaled by any mediuloo in Kurojte
It in aold by all mcrtlclno dealer
ForAyer'a Medicines, go to G
IT I Ol
o0,00 ItuWARD. Thin will bo pnkt to nay one
who will prove there ii a particle of mercury
in Dr. Henry' Hoot ami I'Unt I'llla. so-4l
For All" Who Read.
Wo. can without henitntlon, rocoinnirnd ATt
HUN'S ICF.ADY IWMMt KIN UK It na the host wo
have ever neon for the piirponfs intended. Im
Kioiit ronvonhtnee, perfect adaptation to an
many waiiTnanti imvery low price win ccrmin.
iy bring It, lntoconiinon, U' not universal use,
See advoi'tiacuivnt, I'i-ly
Gen G. W. McCook,
Democratic Candidate for and
COL. J. R. COCKERILL,
Democratic Candidate for Auditor of State, will
address the people at.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16.
Lot every voter In this county come lo this
meeting. All hae plenty of timo to uinko ar
rangements to conic and bear the living olilic
h1 Iwmuaof the day fnirly dlncusied.
DEM, STATEEX, COM.
Ifo statesman ever commenced
his career ns a domngoiio or office
auckoi. Athens Journal.
If thut is true, wo are sure that
tlicro is not a stntoHiniin to be lb unci
in tho ltudical party, as wo nro un
able at this moment to nnmo a sin
gle man in Unit party that did not
couimonco his "career as a dema
goguo or nn offico Boekor," unloss it
wo except Fked. Douglass. Tho
editor of tho Journal may, however,
bo an excoption. IIow is it, Geu.
When you meet your IVionds and
neighbors tell them that tho McAr
thur Enquirer cuu bo had for the
Campaign, or 4 months for only 25
cents. Ask them to send for it.
It f'oriianounclii subserllu'rj it' not, $2.50.
toy I'h.vuIiIo in Advance.
Wi Aro nuthoritod to announce the nnmo of
Hon. Ai.hokii SoLi.n. m a cundiilate for rc-eloc-tionto
the office of Kepreftenlativo, miljirl to
tho decision of tho Democratic County Convuu-tlon.
Wk are nulhorlwd lo nnnounco the nnmo of
( iiaiu ksIj Wiiitk.ivk a cnmliiliito ini' llie of.
lice of Auditor, Mtlject to tho Ueci.-iloii of tho
lieuiocruUc County Convention.
Eil. Smjulrer : Announce the name of Hon.
A., I. Swaim as a candidate for County Audi
lor, Miljeet to llie deeiKion of the Democriitio
(.omit Convention. MAN V lJKMOCHA'lS.
Kilitor Kngiiinr: Announce tho nnmo of
WILLIAM W. llKLKllKK.i.l' liichbuid, aa a
Miiilable (uudldiuo for Auditor, subject to the
di'.c.i-ion of tlio Ueuiocrntic County Convention.
, MA.NV mCMOOUATS.
"Vr. nro nuthorlzftd to iiiinoiiiice the nnme
ofOltVlLLK OL'NNINtj, ol Clinton, u n suita
ble riindldntc for Auditor.Riibjoct to tlioilccin
innol'tlin Deinoci'tillc County Convention, on
tho .'list iif.Iitlj-.
Saiu i-i. II. Cni.KviJl bo a cnndldnle Tor Ainll
lor IicCihv :lie DciiiMilnliti .County niivci.iloii.
II in prnel iciil.kiiowlciliioor tho duties of sndl
oflli oaud li ir- iloluriuluatlon bmuppurt Ihcnoiu
IniH'S of the Convention, luiiheshlin n fnvnrilc
ZALESKI, O., July 10, 1871.
Announce the immo of SAMl'KLV. DODtJK
nn a Miitnlilo coiiiliilalcliir Uirolliro of Amlitor,
nlji'ct to Ihcdeclsiou of thu Dcmociiilic, L'oun
Mi-H.wu: Ymi will nuiioiinci the niimeof
(iKUHliliW. l'KAKCK imii Miltulile camli.
iluto for llecordo, Ktiliject lo tho decision of tho
Democratic County Convention.
FItANCIS M. I)')V1, imn suitable iRiitable
eiuidldate lurllucordor, fuhjei t to thedeeiilon
of tl.eDiMiiocruilc County Convention, on the
8fit nfJuly. o
J B'.Jii! Pleno iiniioiinro tbe iiinnonf
T011MA3 A. IUIII!.VY. im ii citndlilnte for
Kci'ordrr. Miljeet to t he doiMiivion of the Demo-
i-at 1 ': Ci i u n t v ciu voi i l 1 1 .
E'l. K'l'iiiirer: IMeoso tiiinounco tlio ii.uoa aT
IT.B. ( LVI'OOLKauriiiidlditta for Prmci.
tliiK Ai tornev. sillJet to the doi-lslon of the
Niiuocrniio County Convention, and oIiIIko
Jl A.N DKMOCKATS.
Wi: are iiiilhrii'l.t'il to nnnonucn tlio numa rr
J. M. MiMill.LIVItAY, luta candldHle for ro
..I...., .... ... . i. .i. ...
v, ... in.-iiiiii't ,, i-rinoriiuiiK iMlornoy,
aulUet to Hie iluoitiou of tho Democnitic Couu
l'lent,e nnnnunce Hint .Iohn Kinnev. Km., of
JaekHon 'J ownshlp, will lie a candidate for Com-
miHMoner, auiccl to tho ileviMuii ol the lcmo
crntlc County Convention.
KJi. hinnoy waaoneoniie nrst Comm uon.
cm of Mils County and Ulled the odleo to the
Ratisfuctlon of tile cilizunaof tho county.
WK aio iiiiUioi lzi'il to niiuounce tho nnmn t,r
Wahiiinotok Kkkton, of Ilruwn TowliHliin. it
n cuulliltV.e for tbo oRine of Coimnlfwionor.
aub.lnct to thu decision of tho Demoeratie
WE nro authorized to announce (ho name of
A. G. Ki.LioTT.of Ilnrrlami Townahip, an n can
didate for the office of Commissioner, aub.leet
to thn doclsionof the DciuiKiatic Count v Uuu-
CKMV. to the premise! of thn underHlgncd, In
McArthur, Ohio, on tl.e IHtli of July, 1871,
a Hark 1! row 11 Horse, Hor lSyeiirsoM, IS IihiiiIs
lilwh hlln.l It, thn vi.tlit. Ava t,ha ,.,T,,,, ...111
(vome and prove property, pny cIiiiitcs and take
him away (Otherwise fie will he Huhiaa jtrovldvd
oy law. ... I AIM A ?i rlll It Y,
July 111, lRTl-ltr
BRYANT &r STRATTON
Businessi Military and Lecture
A NKW nnd I'ranllenl System of Anmrlcan
IV Kiluration. Da. it. T.1IUOWN, I'resl lont
Korcirt-ular nuj purticuluix uiklres tho Bu
A. L KOLTIIAnrt.liKllann polls, Lid.
A reword of one Thousand Dollar
will bo paid to any I'liysloian win
will nroifuoen msdlidiicthat will tun
ply the wants of the people better than1
the article known oh
DR. P". FAHRNEYS
It must be a bettor Cathartic, abetter Altera
tlvo, u beWer budorlilc, s hotter Tonic, and in
evory way ftettor Mian the Puu-a-ce-u. No
mntter how lone It has Ih-oii in use or how
lately dlsonvered. Aliovo all it must not eon
tain any Ui Ing not purely vegetnblo.
noo KKWAitn it
A rswanl' of Five Hundred miliars will bo
paid for u modicine Hint will permanently cure
more cases of OoKtiveniws, Constipation, Sick or
Nervous lleadnclio, Liver Complaint, HI I loin.
Ulsonlers, .Inunillce, Idiouinutlsni. uout, I'V's-
iiepslu, Chills and
rumors. Tetters, 1
filns, aide and Hi
1 rover, tape norms, 1101 is,
Ulcers. Hoi os. l'ulns In the
Head and FenMilo CviuiiluUils.
Blood Cleanser or Panacea,
which Is used more oxttnudvolv bv nrsetlt'lmr
physicians than any otlwr itopular medicine
tyPrepareil by r., Falmtey'is Tiros,
t Co., W nyneshoi-o, Pa:, nnd Dr. 1.
l-'alirnw.mt North Dearborn Ht, . (JI1le.11-
(o. I'rlcu tl.Vlt ncr bottlo for sulo bv
'nnouwiiouim ueisii uuaicrk. anil ai
ijlssou's Drug Store, 1-ly
II EL ATI! ? BEAUTY I J
Stironpr and fure Rio hi BleMpeT-frY-t
create of Fleerr and VVeiTjIit
Clear Skin avid" BeaVtHul'
SECUttfiD TO ALL,
HAS TtlAOK 'I'lIU MOST RTONISlllNQ
t UKKS. WO OI K K, SO HAl'II) AHh
111 K OH A Nt iViS Tl IK 110 1) Y UMfcK
UOKH UNDER Till'. lNl'l-VKNCK
OP THIS TRULY WONDKlt
VVl. MEDIOINK, THAT
Eeerg Day an Increase of Mesh and
Weight is seen and Felt,
Scrofula, Consumption, Bvphllia In it.
mimv forma, tilnndulnr Disease, Ulcers
in tlio Throiit, Mouth; Tumors, Node In the
Ulunds, and other tmrts of the yett-in i Hum
Mves, fctiuiiioua liit:linrnoa troin tho Kara;
hi'iiptlre Difense of Hie Kyes. Nose, Moutli,
and HiBt'orniHofHklii IHsenseat Krupl ions, Ye.
ver Sortia, Scnld lleitd.Uing-worin, Bait HheHin
KrvHliielaa, Ague, llliick Sputa, Worma Iu the
KIohIi, Tumors, Cunccrs in tho Womb, and nil
Wonktuiing and 1'iilnful 1 lisch urtres i Mcht
Sweats, nnd nil W u-tca of the Lite I'linciple.
nro within tlio Cumilvo Uiidko ol Itiulway'i,
SnrMnbiirilliuii Itesolvunt, aud tt few day ' use
Will iiroveto iniv ieitjon iikIiik It, for either ol
these forms of disease its potent power to cure
''n'oV onlvdoes tho HA USA I' A R 1 LI.l A N UK
SOLVKSToxecl all known leiuedlnl HjrenlK In
the ('mo of Chronic, Scrofulous. Constitution,
Hkiu mid Syphiloid Ulseuises, but it is theuuly
positivo remedy for
Urlnnry and Womb HlBCiiBea.Uraviil, Dlidietes.
Ilropsv, ioconlineiieo of Urine, lliinlit'ii Dis
eiiKH, Alliuniiuliria, mul I" nil ciuea where
thurenre llric.k Dust Dt posiW, or tho water is
thick cloud v, mixed with mbstnnce likt) the
white ol nn ci, or thread like white silk, or
there is a morliltl dark, hlllous iipiiciirnncn, nnd
whilo hono-dna deposits, and where there Is u
prir.kiuir, buruitig sensiition, nnd pnln in the
fiinallol the Hack, and lnKHiB I'lnj. in all
thes conditions RAIWA HAHSAl'A
Kl I.LI AS' ItEMODVK.NT.alilod by tho applica
tion of Hadwny'H Heady Itreliof to the Spine
and Small of thu liuek, and the HohcIh rcirulu.
toil Willi 0110 or two of ltndway'H Kcgiiluting
1'ill pcrdnv, will soon inako a coiiiulctu euro.
In n tew diiva the patient will be able to bold
nnd dlch.'iriro water naturally without imin.
and the Urine will lw roMtored to Its natural
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Arc unpolled with new. healthy and viiroroui
hlood.tliat furnishes sound structure. Hcnoe
all MiiVci'inif Irmn WeakenliiK IHscharttcH,
either Male or Keninlo, or from l ifers or soreK,
tlirotiKli the reparative procesHiil' ll. DW A a
SARSAPAUILlAN. are arrested, and tho rup
tured organs healed.
OVA1S1AN TUMOR CUISKD - TUMOIt OF
TWKLVK YKAHS' BROWTH CLUED HY UAU-
HKVKKI.V, Mass., July ifi.lKilfl.
l. IUiiway : 1 have bad Ovarian Tumor In
tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no help foi it." I tried every thins
Hint was rcconimciided, but. nothing helped me.
I suwyoiir Itesolvunt, and tliotiuht I would try
It, hut.hail no faith in It. because I hwl nilli'i wl
for twelve years. I took six bottles of tho Re
solvent, one Ikix of RmUuiy'a I'llla, and used
two bottles of your Itoiutj,' IHdief; and there is
not n HiRii ufa tumor to Ira seen or telt, and I
foil better, smaitec, happier tbmi I liiivetor
twelve years. The wort tumor Wim In the led
Hide of the IkiwoIn, over the aiiiln. 1 wrilu Hiif
(m vou for tlio benefit ofothors. You can pub-
lish il'you cliooue. .
HANNAH T. KNAl'l".
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Tire nt y Minutes
Xot one hoiiriiftcr ivai'iliiij this ailvertl.scmeiit
tieed any one suiter with pain.
IIADWA TS READY RELIEF
IHA Cl'KKKOU KVKHY PAIN. 1TWAS1UE
i-llt.-T, AND la
T11K ONLY PAIN KOEDY
That Instantly stops thelnost excrlielatin;; pain
ALL Yr INFLAMMATIONS AND CUKKs
Whether of tho Lhiiks, Stomach, llowfls. 01
tliotflainis and orjrans, by 0110 application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No nuittor how violent or expruciatinir the
l.nin, the It 1 1 KU.M ATIC, Hed-ridilen, liillrm,
Cilpple.l, Nervous. Nenrnlirio, or plolrated
v. lib diseiiso, may sutler,
Radwny'H Ready Relief
Will. In from onk TO twektv MINVIR, afford
rune mul eomfmt, and this inediciiie, sornplii iu
stopptnir piilu, can lie iiircliase.il I'lfl) t ents
per bottle at almost. Avery druggist's and conn
ti v inercliant's store 011 this continent, hint
within one hour's distance of almost every hab
ilutiun iu the United Slates.
ItllKVMATISM AXh SKVRAl.GIA.
RHEUMATISM AM) XfiVJIA I.U1A.
iniuiHU who are now millet Inu I'.iin. no innl
ler what thu cause may btt, or by what imnie
it Is cnllmi-lf cxlernnl, upidy HaIiWAV's
Kea 'Y Kklikp to tho port of the body where
the until 1 present. II internal. -H drops, dilu
ted in water, ns a ilrluk. Wluher Cm nips.
Spasms, Iiifliuiimntion. OminiMion, .Vsintlc
Cholera, Chills and Fever, l bs st violent, ex-
cruciatiuganil tortuilnK pains will b stopped
In from one to la elite minutes.
Will Afrord Inetnnt Eneo :
INFLAMMATION til' THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMMATION OK THE JH.ADHUU,
INFLAMMATION OK THE HOWKI.S,
SOKE TUUOAT, Dlr r It A 11' liKKA TMiMt,
PALPITATION OK THE IIKAliT,
IIYSTEUICH, CltOlil', DII'HTllK.III A.
HKADACIIE, TOOTH ACII I'.
N Kill! A l.OI A, RHEUM ATli'M,
COLD. CHILLS. AGUE CHILLS.
The application of tho ItEADY H ELI KV to
1he part or imrtM whtru tho pnlu or tllilicnlty
exists will aflord enso nnd coiufoi t. W drops
In nluill'tunibler of water will, inn lew mo.
inents.cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Sick lleadnclio, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, Colic, Wind In the lloivels, hiiJ all iiitc-r-
Travelers nhould always carry a lmttle ol
KADWA Y'S HKLIKF with thorn. A few drops
in water will prevent sickness or pal iik from
clmiiKU of water. It Is liottur than French
Uramlv or Hitters ns a at Imulnnt.
FI2VI5U AIMIAia iJ.
FEYElt AND ACIUK MWUEH.
FEVK.lt AND AOUK CUULB
FOIt FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial agent in tlio world
thai will cure FLVF.K ANDAlil'K,
ami nil other Malarious, llilioiia, ricurU-t, Ty
phoid, Yellow ami orluir Fevers (nlilnl by
llnilnay'sl'llls,) to tpitek as lladwuy's ueudy
Person need sutrer, bo they ever so niueb ex
posed to Fever and Ague, if they will only take
UaiiWay'h HksHV Hki.ikk. anil koop lliulr nmo
tl ciim witk llttilwoy't Pith, lliiudnils In thn
west, who have hitherto la-en doelming at I ho
ruto of one and two hundred doll m for 11 lew
months' treatment are kcenlinr themselves nnd
families free from t'KVKIl mid AG OK, VIIIU.H
and FKVt'll, ItllKVMATISM, Ao , for 0110 or
two dollars a year, spent lor Hudway's Heady
Itellef anil Kadwnv'N I'llls (eoalotl).
The IIF.ADY ltHf.IKF will afford Inrtuul taut
to nil. I'rlca only fiOeenls per bottle,'
N. n. Hce tliiit every lioltlo hair an India
lluliber Stopper. Hold at nlr liinlfts, and nt
Dr. itudwny's oinco, jno. B7 juuicien i.nne, new
SB. RAD WAT'S PERFECT UE3A-
Elasaittly Coated with Sfet Cum.
l'UUUK, KKUULATK. I'UUU'Y. CtEANSB ANf
FOtl TH tM'IIK or
A f.t. nHnrtftKiiN or run mvaTa ciK it Ktt.
HDWKI.S. KIDXKYS, Ilf.AVirKK. KKHVUUli
MHKAflKH, IIKADAlUK, UOXSrtPATlOy
court vnxks.1, l'UDimciWtrf, nvst'EPtsiA
Muotm'Ess. Minors rtcrtw, i.vnA.v-
MATOS Or TIIK'HOWKlH, PiLEkKw all do-rttDKi'iiirntn-of
tho Intoinnl Vlseera.
Wurrnnteil to EU'cct a I'oslilvcCuro.
CONTAIN INfl NO MEltCJIKr, MINERALS OR
lr.i..i Jiuiuua iinuua.
mr-Ooiierve tho fullowlsfr symptoms result
BR from Disorders of tlio Digestive Oiguns t
Conslloallon, Inward Hies. Kullness oftlie
lllood in tlio ilosd, Acidity of tire Htoinncli,
!..... ll...n,H.A ftlU...Ur At I?..... I l.'..ll....UM
illlintxt, "l,l m,.,, it, ',r,, ,11.1. . . 1 ,:3t
or Weigh In the BtoiimchY Hour Eriietatlons,
NinKingor v iiittcrinirai me ntni incmomnen.
Hwlomrtligof Mm Head, Hitrned and DISlcult
llmiithlsK, KliiUorlngal tho Heart, ( liokllisor
SiiHoeiUing Soiisalioiis when In a Lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision. I Nil. or Wobs licfore
tlio Sight, Fever and Dull 1'nln In Uie Head,
Dcllcleiu y of Perspiration, Yellowness f IB"
Skin niul Fives, Pnln In the Hldo, Clie, LlniVsi,
nun Huiliteu riusucs 01 new, imtisui in tire
A fewilosps nritABWAT'B rn.M wniiseesn
syslom from all the above-named unorders.
Frio 25 Coztts Par Box.
No. 81MaMnLaa, M.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Solid oun lettor stamp to HADVYAY A 10.,
No. 87 Maiden Lnno, New York, informal
woi'lhtlio usands will bo Mot you
A Reminiscence of Mr. Vallandigham.
One of the editors of the
Charleston, S C, Courier, who .
who was a personal friend of
Mr. Tullandighaisij relates an
incident of flie Democrats
Convention in tbat city in 18G0.
Ou one occasion when Mr.
Vnllandigbara, Mr. J. A. Lo
gan, of Illinois, Mr. Larabee,
of Wiscousin, and others, were
present, the conversation turned
upon the threatening attitude
of the questions before tbe con
vention. Mr. Vallandigham
rose at the diuner table, with
an air of great' gravity, ani
said: "Geatlemen, if tk
Democratic party is dissevered
iu this Charleston Convention,
tbe. result will be the disrup
tion of the Union, and one of
the bloodiest civil wars on rec
ord, the magnitude of which
uo one can estimate. In the
unity of the Democratic-party
and the South, lies the hope of
the Union nnd of Republican
government.", .Mr. Logan re
plied: 'Sit down, Vallandig
ham, and drink your wine.
You arc always propliesying.
Mr. Vallandigham rejoined:
k Gentlemen, I speak earnest
ly, because I feel deeply im
pressed with the truth ot what
I have uttered."
Gored to Death by a Bull.
[From the Mauston, (Wis.) Star, July 6]
J osenb Lanworthy, one of
the oldest resident r of this vil
lage nnd county, was on Fri
day last killed by an enraged
I mil. Mr. Langworthy left
home in the morning and went
to his pasture, where he kept
the bull, and was not seen
again until early in the even
ing, when he was found by his
son dead in the field and hor
ribly mangled. His neok and
nearly all of his bonea were
broken, and the flesh all over
liii body was torn and bruised
terribly, lie must have been
attacked by the bull early in
the fqienoon. There were ev
idences in the field where he
was fouifdof aseveie struggle,
and we learn from persons who
live within sight of the pasture
that the bull was seen standing
around t lie place where his
body was found nearly all the
afternoon of that day.'
The Managers of the Indui
trial Exposition, at Cincinnati,
have determine! en special
premiums for raw cotton from
the States of Alabama, Georgia,
Arkansas, H'exas, Liuisiann,
Tennessee and Mississippi,
each State eompeteing with it
self. In a addition to tlio
riiii(l gold medal offered by
the Exposition for the best
bale in the whole country, the
Chamber of Commerce have
raised two thousand dollars nv
cash premiums to exhibitors
from the respective States tor
Buy Hall's Copper Scroll
Lightning: Rod. .
FofTitie Perfumery f go to Sk
MeArlhar Retail Market
Corrsrtrd by CUnmit tVnrd A t a., TValorr
111 iry woods, a-., iuic Mnnafoulitrer
of (lour, to;.
Sugars Drown, N. OV ..12$
" Clarified, J. O. i
" Coifco a...; ... I
" Crush' put. A gran'. . .-. ... I
" Kxtra cotTe.o TV
Coffeo, Riochoico 2I'
" Jiio- priin '. . .20Q22:
Orleans Molasses 80j90
Doublo Extra Drips 1,0(V
Vinegar, Cider. 401
Ten, Imperial' .tl,25faL8ff
young liyson l,25(ai,80'
" Jelc 1, 00 1,50
" Japan , n.50'
Candles, hard pressed!. . . .' 20
Flour, perbbt 57,00
J'Kgfr r.. 10
Chccflo.... . 1820
Cniukoi'8' v.... 10m 12
Hlnrclv ' 10
Tartar, croanr 60
roaches, dried'. .... 10
Appluskdric(, . v .v 10
Suit, per Lbl, r $2,00
Beans ;,. 2,0(f
Popper, gruHv. 40
AllHiiico f . . ...... 40
Hoof, dried 25
Ilains, country cnrod..,...,.. 15'
ennr cafoti. . . . . , IS
Rbouldors ............. 10
Bacon, Bido...,..-,. 12'
Beswnx . . 2!?
Feathers , . . ,
Ryo Hft ,
1 n v v. , .t,
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