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[From the Chillicothe Gazette.]
ROW at Athens.
The discordant elieraent
the newspaper and politic
world at Atbens-. have at
length ctimlieiV t.h l'ftf!iM rtntu
break bemcr a boua-iiilr? krtvids
dowy between General Wilder,
editor of tie Journal and a man
named Tom.' Young, who, the
ueneral claims was pit un bv
his personal enemies to make
au attack upuu him. The fiirht
took place on the main street
ak Athens, Inst-Saturday even-"
log about dusk, but before the
partie had made any iaterinl
progress toward mnictinu imn
lies upou each other thev were
separated by the by-standeiK
immediately alter the first al
frav aud iu the heated woitls
------
whteh ensued. Joseph L. Kes-
singer, a very warm opponent
ot Ueneral Wikus, made some
personal remarks reflecting uu
on the General, charging that
it both parties had not been
drinking in the afternoon, the
difficulty would not have oc-
curifd, whereupon the General
responded by saying that "any'
man who phiU he had been
drinkinff lied." This Mr.
Kessinger reflected by. knock
ing the General down and the
by-8tnnder8 again interfered.
The General charges that the
whole atinir was "put up" to
lick him because of his opposi
tion to the Ving," while the
other parties claim that Young
had peisonal grounds of dislike
to the General for the course
lie had taken as a lawyer in
reference to a rape case, in
which Young's brother was in
terested, Rome time since and
by unwarranted interference
caused the suit to cost him
much more than it need have
done. The parties were all
arrested and were to have had
a trial on Monday afternoon.
Truly, as an old gentleman
from the country once remark
ed. "Athens is h 11. a bilin."
The Territorial Legislature
of the D.C. at Washington did
a good stroke of business the
other !a" in voting four mil
lions of dollars to improve the
District. The sum wa lumped
and without guards as to its
disbursement. The Radical
legislators wisely kept the
the main chance in view by
voting down a section of the
law prohibiting wembeis from
being interested in contracts.
They also rejected a proviso
fci bidding the bonds from be
ing rold below par. The debt
of the District during the past
three years has been run up to
$3,000,000, and now $1,000,
OJ0 is added. It is the same
story wherever radical moral
ideas prevail.
The bigamous hut now par
doned Boweu declares that he
is going to make things lively
lor that negro De Large, who
defeated him for Congress last
fall. He says three of the
Commissioners who certified
De Large'a election are now in
now in the South Carolina pen
itenti'iry for perjury. The
whole ect seems to be " tarred
with the Ham stick." De
Large is a scoundrel and so is
Bpwen, and it would be inter
esting to know exactly the con
siderations, that induced Grant
to interfere in the case.
A Very Hazy Outlook.
The New York Evening
I6t seems not care to conceal
that distrust of the political
situation and the prospect tor
1872 which other Republican
editors also feel, but are more
careful not to disclose. The
Post has published its figures
on the prospect It gives
fourteen States as Republican,
twelvt ns Democratic, and
eleven doubtful, "This, of
(burse," says the Philadelphia
Star, (also Republican,) ''is not
a very 'violent supposition, and
will frighten nobody It gives
about an equal chance to the
two parties, Republicans will
not see much difficulty in
taking Ohio from the doubtful
list, while the Democracy will
find itjustaseasy to transfer
Missouri, Mississipi and Texas
to their list." Tlje second
"Washington don't appear to be
a very strong team.
A vote for the Radical tick
et is an endorsement of the
Radical platform.
An endorsement of the Rad
ical platfbfn is an endorsement
of Grant,
e (Enquirer.
PirilUUIIKD KVEKV WKUNKHDAY BY
3". W.Bowen,
IlDITOB AND IMtoi-lilKTOIl.
MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
Tn'K Court ol Comfnon Plena is In
aoisiom Jatlgo Pitlky presiding.
Tor Puro Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson's.
Green Apples tiro coining into
murtot, and being sold at $1 per
bushel.
Use printod Letter Heads, and if
you want them well printod, get
your work dono lit the Enquirer
office.
Hon. Alton. Mayo made nn np
proprkito speech at the Keith's
Grove celebration en tho 4th, at
Chillicotho.
Our friend, Cupt. W. M. Bowen,
of Logan, has sold his largo hard
ware cstabliHhmontto Messrs. J Mines
& Bishop.
The Methodists will hold n Camp
Meeting near Washington C. IT.,
Payette county,. beginning on the
27th of this month. ' '
Tkstimony. Thousunds of mothers are con
stantly speaking In exalted term of commend
ttWon of tint nmcicnl effects of Mm. Wliitcumb'
Syrup for southing Infants teething.
TnE M. E. Church, of this pl'ace,
held their Quarterly meeting last
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Miller,
tho Presiding Elder, proached Sun
day morning. Communion servi
ces in the nftornoon;
The completion of the Gallipol'm,
McArthur & Columbus Railroad
from Gallipolis to Log an, would in
duce the farmers nlong tlio line to
enlnrgo their farms and the business
men to increase their business.
Forkpauoii's AaanEOATioN exhib
ited in our place last Thursday, and
drew an immense crowd of peoplo
to town. The collection of animals!
wis the finest that has ever visited
us, and tho circus as good as such
exhibitions usually are.
Bk 6ure you attend the meetings
in the flovoral townships on Satur
day afternoon, July 28, to chooso
delegates to the Democratic County
Convention or. Monday, July 31.
See tlio call of tho Convention in
another column.'-
We havo never Been tfincr Early
Potatoes thon tho present sonson.
Mrs. Er.iZADRTn Steciit of Swan
Township, brought us lust Tlmrs
duy a peck of tho largest Ave have
soon this season. Tho crop of Early
Rose and Goodrich will be largo.
The horticulturists in all parts of
this State who onjoy the advantage
of a hill location for thoir peach and
apple orchards, like thnt of J.& W.
Gold, one mile oast McArthur, will
have enormous crops. Gen. S. IT.
Hurst's large orchard, hoar Chilli
cotho, will yield him, it is said,
about 815,000.
J. Ira Brli. and Miss Jennie
Siiockey took advantage of tho
bnstle and excitement of Show day,
when no one suspected such a thing,
and called on the Kev. J. D. Fry,
and were married. This was hard
ly fair, and we warn them not to do
so again:
Tub Cobn Crop. The hot wonth-
or and frequent showers of the past
few days havo had a fine effect up
on the growing corn in all pnrts of
Vinton county. The indications
now are that tho Corn crop will bo
ono of tho largest ever ruisod in
the'eounty. It was very backward
n many placos, (vara lato replanting,
caused by the ravages of tho cut
worm early in tho soason, but it
is now making up for lost time, and
coming forward rapidly.
Tub editor of the ILjogan 'Repub
lican says "if he ever was a rebel
and wore dirty shirts it was when
ho bclongod to the Democratic par
ty. From this, it Booms .that he
really was a robel and used to wear
dirty shirts. What a blessed thing
it was for the Democratic party that
ono. "dirty shirt" cuss loft it. Tho
Republican party of Hocking county
must bo prond of thoir dirty shirt
editor.
Mkssks. Gilsian, Warb & Co:, will
please accept our thanks for a sack
of flour, of their own make, which
was left for us. last Saturday, It is
as good as can ber made ost Of
wheat, and ppaakswell for the skill
and care of Mr Jonathan Cbaii:,
Jr., whorls fast regaining the ens.
torn onee enjoyed by the Mills.
Tliis is as ft should be, they are
first-el ass Mills and should giro sat
isfaction, we would ricttotteixJ
all who wish gpod floor to give
lucm a call.
PiClOlfi!
- ' '
Thar will lia nnlilring up of the 41k of
July Fie fife ut
ZctleslxJ., O.,.
ON
Tuesday, August 1&, 1871,
la the t iiiiio
In coneectiua with tin No Nlo there will U
BALLOON ASCENSION
AMI
ROPE WALKING
In tlio afternoon by
A. W. OAKLAND, of Carroll Co., Ky,
40 KEGS OF LAGER BEER
Will Im drank, and
SEATS AND TABLES
To aceoniuiudul all will ke prfhared.
IUtFRKSIIUENTS OF A 1,1. KINDS,
To be lirl laj too Qrnve. Let Everybody -me
mill bi'luff your baaket full ofruud thinga.
The OOTwInll will liu Aiilivitnari with .....ll...t
iiiualei. A siiflloiont niimtiur of I'olira will La nn
iho ground tu se tint ever) Wily keep quiet.
H. SlfllM.k'Y,
D.YVII) I'ISNEV,
W. KHDIHSIl,
H. V.DODUK,
.1.1. It I, At. K.
Coin, of Arrang-cmunti.
ill. KfcNl'K
Tuos Mkllob.I rloor Mn"".
Another Grand Industrial Expo
sition will bo held in Cincinnati,
commencing on September 6th, and
continuing till November 7th. Ev
ery person will remember the grand
success of the Exposition last year ;
and no pains or exponse will bo
spared to make this ono more in
teresting than the last. Every sort
of machine, engine, implemont, and
utensil, and all kinds of vehicles,
printing prcssos, time-kcopors, fine
jewelry, paintings, statuary, and
everything you over heard or will
bo there. Wo will keep our readers
posted as to the rotes of transpor
tation, etc. We havo received a
copy of the Rules and Regulations
of the Exposition, which has boon
issued by the Board of Trade, Cham
br of Commerce and Ohio Mechan
ics' Institute. It . contains the
names of the officers, committees.
classification of articles, premiums,
etc.
It Is hardly worth while for us to offer anvJ
teetlmony to prove that Hall's Scroll Llglitnlng
Rod la better than auy other, but we will quote
the following:
C'auDMira, Oiitrt. June 10, IMS.
After examlniiii all the I.lulitulti it.uii
ouinuntctured or otic red for sale In tho Statu,
wo hare adopted llnll's Scroll Hod us tho host
In our Judgment for tho now Stute Asylntn for
lilloti. The Itixl Ih aubstantlal and presenlii a
hotter uoouthohiilliliniflhi.il
nm
others. 0. A. IH)UEX. M. D. SniiL
rol.tiMBl-R.OlUo, June 10, 1858.
I bavo examlnoil llull'H Scroll l.lirh
anil fnriliirib Illy, cuioloiiiy and Kood appear
niico, I consl.lcrod It unoqiiulliil.
u. u, r. T , eupt. iut and inimh Asylum.
W. II. Lasolky. President of the (ialllnolU
Mi-Arthur t'oliimbua llnllroml la at the Hill
hrrt Huuite. Ho reporU that the Euglneors
Intve completed preliminary surravs and are
now engaK"l in umklim up ealimtttos,
Extraordiuary Offer. The
enterprising publishers of tho Amer
ican Stock Journal ofTe to send the
whole twelve numbers for this year.
and $1 worth of books all for the
regular subscription to tho Journal,
which is (1 a year. All our farm-
crs and stock raisers should take
advantage of this liberal offer, as
the Journal is 'worth many times
the money, besides getting four
valuablo Manuals devotod to slock
raising, the price of which is 25
cents each. Spocimen copies of the
Journal will be sont free to all by
appljinfT to tho Publishers, N. P.
Boyer & Co., Tarkorsburg, Pa.
On Monday afternoon a large audience asaorn
bled on the Base Ball Grounds to witness a
Rama between the Elk Club of McArthur and
the Vinton Club of Vinton Furnaco. Both
Clubs done flno, but the Elks came out S ahead.
The acoro li as follows :
KI.K8.
Murray c f
Drake
Knlert b
llayoe
Iledd 1 b
Lnnttl f
Hollund 8 b
War.1 r f
K. O.I VINTON'S. R. O..
5 S M. lwlo a 8
A W. Allen p 5 2
8 4 r. Lewtass 8 4
4 4 Iteoa Allen lb 4 1
5 8 Rnnkla 21) )
1 i 4 Koblnaon 8 b OS
2 8 Krb I f 8 8
6 2 Hayden e f t 4
4 1 Mitchell rf 6 1
Mcliillivrayp
Totals SS 071 28 n
Inninira ltS4K7e
Viiitons 4 I ft 0 I 4 1 5
KlkK 4 4 8 I 1 11 7 1 1-88
Vouls eiuivht VlnMM l.ia m ur Allan
1. Elks Mavoft. McGllllvrav 1. Holland 1.
File tflkon Vlntona-Mitcltefll, Roblnaoil 1.
Klks Alnrrav a. Ilnlial HmM v.ln.l
Holland 1, Ward 1.
iime oi giimo I hours, 40 minutes.
Viajilro John LiulU.
I. 'if. Brown, formerly of this
place, and woll known to all oar cit
irons, diod of Diptheria and Con
gestion of tho brain, at Nobio, Ills.,
on Saturday, tho 8th mat., and was
buried at Otney, on Sanday", tho tflh.
II was 21 yoars of age and bad
boen married about five months.
He was taken sick oa tuosday, bat
was not thought to bo In groat dan
gor untit Saturday sftornoow, when
a dispatch was sent to Louisville
for his father and brothers, who did
not get there in time to see him
alive. .
It was a terrible shock to his friends
in this place,. wt had received let
ters from him a few days before he
was taken sfek, when he was in
good heal th and spirits.
WOOL CARDING.
: I.JT.LoTfKiDCrj wfll tutt the Car
ding Machinos attached to the Mo-
Arthur Steam Hi'lls,' the present
season. They are bow in complete
rtfnnrng order aerd prepared to ac
commodate all who wish tneir work
well done.
at
(Ki hii a ii, Ward & Co's
la Goods! to Price::! M h Have U
Corner Vain and Logan Streets,
JJAVINO opened an ontmmlly Urge stock aud completely reroluUonlsod tho price of Tey detcription ot
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS !
Comprising nil the Lftteet and mnit lienntlftil Strlea and tlifl beet Qimlitlei, eonjlttlng In port, of
DrcsN Goods, C'assimcrca, ITIumlins Prints, Ginghaiiiti, Demrslics, Cfofhs,
Hosiery, dJ lores, White (iood, Calicos, Shoes, Shawls, Alpacas, &ej
In fact the best Selected Stock ever brought to tliU Market) We have everyytbing yon can call for t Aud our aMortmentof
GROCERIES JL1ST1D JAJLXTSYT ' FLOTJR
Cannot and shall not be beaton in Vinton county! AndweshnH
POSITIVELY SELL EVERY DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES !
The people are eordllff
complete in every brunch!
. .
invited to call at our fttttabltahment. Our assortment
Entire satisfaction guaranteed to everybody !
e
ffleyv gfore.
c3 OO.
...
McArthnr, Ohio,
is
HAMDEN & WILKESVILLE.
Hack and Express Line.
Ma- Isaao Miller has established
a tri-weekly Hack Lino betwocn
Ilamdoti and Wilkosvillo, and has
ample arrangoments for carrying
trunks, packages and express goods.
The hack runs from Wilkcsvillo
to Hamdon and returns on Monday.
Vednosday aud Friday of each
woek. .
THE BRIGHT SIDE.
We tnke ii!fasiirplii eotninendlnff TlIK ItaiailT
fciUK to tho notlco of our readers as one the
prettiest. nprllitlirst ami most viuiiahle ol ihe
iiiilillciiUniii for viiunif iHinnle with which we
are acquainted. Hoo advert lieinent. lit-ly
Nit oawrn nv i irr it
Words of a Reliable Druggist.
WHAT 18 THE V4LDT! OP MOKFT WHEH COM
fA&ED H EEALIH 1
Allen's Lim? Balsam,
la warranted tohreak uuthemiKt trotibloaoine
Couirh In an incredihly aliort time. Thore Is no
reiiHsly Hint c:m show moro eTidenoo of rcnl
morlt than this llnUiiin, for eurinfr Ooiisunip
tlou, Coughs, Colds, Aslhinit, Ui-oup, Ac.
IT ACTS 0NTHE KIDNEYS!
IT ACTS OX THE LIVKK I
Which makes It more than a CoiikIi Remedy I
READ THE FOLLOWING :
MAaiNR City, Mich., July 97, 1870.
J.N. Harm Co., Oear Sirs: The Allen's
I.una nulsnin hits arrived. 1 would nut like to
ho without it, for It hits saved my lite. I took u
had cough. nndUnally consumption was sealed
upon me. 1 was Ind very bad stitte. I tried
everything that was recommended, and spent
a grout oenl of money, ami got no help. 1 had
thn Allen's I.iing lliilsnin for anle, hut I know
nothing of Its merita. 1 did not like to tnkrc it
wlthont knowing more about It. I had not sold
K bottle. When vourairent nailed on Die I told
him 1 could not sell a uiiMllcinu I knew nothing
alKHit. Ho uraroil me to try It myself. I did no,
and to my grateful mirprise tlio flint bottle
stopped niv cough, and licfoie I no third bottle
was taken my Lung were honied uml well, and
I can now spmik knowingly to my friend and
cimtomeri of the quiilitlunof Allen's Lung Uitl.
aara. I remain respectfully.
IX 18 HAEMLE38 TO THE MOSI DELICATE
umuu i
IT CH0TA1NS 2tO OPIUM JTATfOH3t
It is told by Uedloiuo Dealers evtiywhoro
Ta aA ttAilualatsul anil ' lin aB tt al tntt -
lelne.and desire 'MJfen'a lunp Ariinm." IVinot
allow unprtnel pleddnalers to sell von other Unl
earns. See thitt you act AU.KN'S tUNO BALSAM
and you will lime the Itest cough remedy offered
to the public) and ono that will give satisfac
tion. J. N. llAltKISACtX.
Hole rropnetom, unetnnatl, v.
roa sali ai
O. W. BISSOS.
McArHiur.
Jn. II. O, D IkliUTa , . ta
It. S, W ILC'OX A BBO., ' Ilamden;
II. V, W 1IJ'M,
H. U. B1HU01 A SON,
nS-ly
Wllkoirllle.
NOTUING SO GOOD AS
DR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES
For Mumora.
TlIRffft xnvnhin'ile Meillohie have achlover
L ftt'ewpletq Triumph tfi ermllcatlng Hu
mors, of all kth'ciit, frrnn the humau ayNtem.
Thoy wore Introduced to the ptilillo some Mix
yoaraslnce, and havo boon iisimI wHh entire sun
eo8. The 0 A N 0 K H and 9 A I.T RIIEUM SYIttlf
la taken Internally, which cleanses the lllood,
by INM!! tnrinirrtfen to the aurfaoe, whon
tha OKKATR la apirlled, externally, and all
eruptions nredestroyed, and Health anil Reali
ty restored. Thoir Aamxianian Hncciwa has
called out many lunoniiit pretuiers, who hnvo
lntrnd.uced tlfclr wonderful nnTparntlons to the
Rublle. They areont In almost every form,
vim Panarma'adown to rills, and all fof Hu
mors. (ooovrM (Ay ar. )
Hut H has been rcaerrenT to TR, Wiavkk'I
PYBi fand CCKatk to achieve what, (miller the
rlrrnmstiiireen,) raay ba reararrfed a the monk
brilliant triumph yet achieved by any ninll.
clni ever IntrwIiiTVd to Ike American public.
Whriathlsr KiMply becauao they tHtrform
what they promtMi and notwithstanding the
Intreduetlon of those new anil wonderful prep
arutlons to tiro pnhlfo, tha Halt llheum Hyrtip
andteralo keej atadllyon their way, conquer
ing asthnvim. If the puhllewlsh to try these
now prepnratlona, wo have nut a word to any,
for thoy nava an re Romeily to Vail Ilnnk 1'pon,
via., Da, WfAVaa'a Canker and Halt Klieum
Hvrup and t'efnto. Of this fhot the public are
woll aware, for thousands, in all avetlon of the
country, hnva boen cured by them, after all
Other fofnmtlcs) havo utterly failed,
. tm uu t ,
' . W. SIRHON, Mclrtnurl
DR. J. H. PTItn0,
n.8. Wll,OOX Ct., . nawdeni
H. C. WJI-WVN, . n
II, H. BtbUW A SOX, 1Vllkevlllt,
ANTED--AWENTS !
rriO sell several New Patento.1 Article which
i. have not yet been Introduced, uml which
can lie sold In every house In city or country.
Agunts whoare at work are clearing from 5 io
fiSaday.
FordearrlptlvoeliTiilnrsnnd terms to Agenta
acUlrSHi J, I.. KKANHUN CO.
Dealers In Patents ami Agents'Hupplles,
SS Sm ho lBUtnBt., Pittsburgh, I'a.
Goo. Lantr., Alox. Poarca.
LANTZ So PEARCE,
naULIRI IK
Harflware, Stoves, an! Apflltiiral
Inijrtements,
ANDs
Manufacturer of TilrWarc,
MoARTHUlt, 6HIO,
AGENTS KORl
Buckeye Mowers Jb Itettpers
and
SWEEPSTAKES THEESHING
MACHINES.
ALSO, FOtt
.M ELLIS'
SINGLE HARPOON
GRAPPLES
PULLEYS !
A Most Complete Apparatus for Hoisting and
Aiiey nave lor sulo, alto, tho
Siffla Fork and Double Harpoon Fork!
both good!
Steel and Csfst llotvs,
of the best patterns, and the
Malta Double Shovel Plow,
Hoes, Hakes, ScJ t lien,
And alher Karmlng Imiilemonh.
Thwie noWtlna; Bepaira for Mnwiiif Mne nines
SirselayFi
PiiStt Aotind
TBS OLYHPIA TEUSCRIPT,
A WEEKLY JOUElfAt,"
teotd' io tha itfaferinl Infereataof tfata
Irlajterti Territory.
Jf!!T""?"!!.U w "' ,h '""rti tear of
tinhlicStlon, and will endeareM s. u hereto-
7.""' 'rummtni immre or
..,i'- "i hl th1 r"l,l,nn " reblleation of
m "r. , -"wipHTa n-noiaa relating to tha
IT.?.' " m7 'n(,,n? to ,h ev."opm,nt
etito (Vrat natural roarM and Wealth. All Inlor-
!j.!!TJ1,r',l.r',f l,r?tr"i r"lh and setlla
rn.nf this portion f theMw NorthWMt, that
oLU hl Ihrnnul, ,ll.k,. . . .7H
I'll?' Htlanla, of th.
il i """" """"v"" an titranrdlniry
a !JrM,.?,fc',",,,,l,, lfnnatl.n,
an II will b the eiinstant aim of the paper to satis
fy as fcr as aMlbl tkla Inquiry.
'"'MijTaaaioBirt will contain artU
llVir? -1? ' "V"" ." A-"P- n IpohllfS,
r.?. -1!1. - ; nT!!l "J,M "epfhllcan prln-'
; and nalhleal ! tricksters, and adveaate henett ind eoni
1 pstent men tm pmiilnn,
In loekl MMalUpa A l.rul t .....1
w llklv.ira4 atlmM. M tynoaeh ef newa from
ail ntiarlera ef the world, of the latest UlrtTanble
dalAM. Willi MmrVat lJt-m k
tomi m lu ealtnm, ' ' ' w'" " "
Terma of Snhaefptln t
mtKthtSO At IrtA'HOifttK Af.
s . t. Otrl, frarVrtetnr,
I Ompla, WasklagtcD Tsriltei.
Emily Paitht'ull is about es
tablishing in London a trnin
incr institute for erirls who de-
sire to become perfect house
keepers.
Michicrnn has 5.144 lakes.
covering an area of 1,1 14 miles,
besides a water front on the
great lakes of more than I Mi)
miles.
Fifteen millions five hundred
and fifty-five thousaud five
hundred and fifty five gallons
of beer are cousumed annually
;n New York.
The entire population of the
British Mes England, Scot
land and Ireland is 31.4.17.-
000, an Increase of 2,o0),000
since 1861. Iheir nomilation
uow is just about equal to that
ot the United States in 1860.
The Democratic District
Committee of Arkansas, held
a meeting at Little Rock, on
Tuesday week ago, and parsed
a. series of resolutions orte of
whrch recommends io the poo
pie of Arkfinsaa the live issne
platforms of Ohio and Fennsyl-
vania me gootl work gots
lravely on. .
Sam Maddo. of Brooklyn.
N"ew York, lias a fast colt
which .the President "daily
drives arou'hd Long lirarreb.
A new office has just been cre
atedy that of Assistant Ciillec
tor of the port of New York,
at a large salary and Sara Mad
dox has been appointed to fill
the same
This is the way Grant pays
his lirery bills.
Horn Lewis BaW, tfi twyft-
nlar Editor of the Wfaeelintr
Register has purchased the
Fulton laper Mill, near that
city Jt only cost bim $8,500.
The Youncf lemorrar! nf
. , . o i v
uoiumDus iiavc fofmed them
selves into a notitionf nssnpin
tion, and they Jntetrd to make
ib h permanent instiiutiou.
Such - associations of old and
young Democrats are needed
everywhere.
Connecticut has a sensation.
A woman, named Mrs Shei
maiij has made a business of
mafating widotvers of -some
property and then, getting rid
of her hasbands ana her dill-
dren ns well as stepchildren
oy poison, lhree husbands
and cicrht children, six of them
ber own, make np the tally.
x lie wim is now in progress,
but tho singular coincidence of
of so mant deaths and the ev
idence of Prof Baker, of Yale
College, who fonnd arsenic in
the remains of the last three
victims certainly seems conclu
sive of the fact that they were
murdered,
p AlltOJiiZE HOME Utdttmbu!
MrjiftTHUR NURSERIES,
J", it "W. GOXtlbl. lPoiirtt'rB;.
"oanrMUR, OHIO.
He. Ollf stock-' or " """c I" P'irl'-
Apple t'ftet-'
Is largd add flhe-rw rarieties. Oaf
Fctiefi, Cktttyf Ptmf
fetgteeieie4Sicsf
ltjispllCnlria,- Sntrili- rdltV,- Me:,- .,
nlel-a aol rt.id ail.) tirorhptly UUa!
J'l.r?'c """l ""' a't'wlaroirue.
$ N,'T."Kjtpe.se1,al,r-Mnie or'
. . .h !',.liM,w At!flnt-llnrse aHil outfit filr
iiishoil. AU.Irfr. Wirw KowliiTV ;o.- Saco. Mo.
TddtlfcaM ot Stttdaf'
..."n' fyvW'i-: at fAn frj't JitUpvf
mi'tith. t iuii ill L u vrrLt u-.i .1 ......I1
Clne:ritiatl, Ohio "
eancii Vnri ri.n...ii..i r:.
" " - - ' riiia n-rimntiM k . .-
ataitllhj-.Oi,ift )-Qu;Co HtfopJ, cobiii,
$10 from AO Ccirls.
-at IrH ChMtlaih-sijnarw, V. V.
rrmt 16 SO H'C'M'lVt'G 1 9r CtTH-i
with aKfl. nt ljrht. iVI-.rof fyes aiTThalr. vH'
rWnVrVi.i -a i::..i . :V.r -k. a r"' reci piriui r or
rtntoorrrlnrTlnife Arlrtreer IV. FOI P (V
HrrwefKrt-24; Knltonvlllc, K. V. 1 -
Ih A ITBE
TVT a rvr nr .
wllU Iff. fZMnr;
. Fnr tnm tVirynHhtrt. Asfd fur
eaiewiin'Mala on It l.r tha
OliKAT aTEAJtTPC t I'AtJI Jf"
J0TBACO:.BChnrebSt,K..
P. C. B.Nifl. beud' for Thea
Haelar (HiVrilaf.
itnn ' wain, on MILE BBW IHU MA
MtYehHMW ftnlily wmjc Maliin In rW mirKt..
Aililr-Uu InbWMiv iV.. i. - n..-. a....
Call Lit rtrl'Ktiltl llHMt nnrl lar AUt.a li..uJ rril i
burgh, I'a., Ohlraro, III., wRtfenila, Ho.
iass Ike wollrsta mU rAw.tra
JVagriusa
areata FaHaa
ilaM Water, aasl la
'BP,
ih Tif r
thatUk- M h kvwtwl-i,
aa aMtera hi Meurilf tatfT
QTJvrt . g WAimrn mm
Or Ways aud By- aya In flw Bldiaen Llf of
AiJEKlCAK DETECTIVEl?
20;0O0 Sold in SO' Day.
Ift R'A fnr-m otr premremw MWr,(1 to'
J airolifa. wit va ch.l.-f nf i.i.... Jl
ror circulars.- r''
. J. b. bCbi a if rrB..
M- Hattford, Conn.
WELLS' CARB0LI3 TABLETS,
For Cotlgns, Cofrfs atfd Hoarserrera,
Th'AVM ?!MS.. ...j;.! ..
tlon with otrn't effli-lentremwlios, inapewnlar
i)iaeM., 1 iwioUAl ana i-BHU
- - ,, Mimiiui OT me XnnSiT
JU.. ,,intc,-v n1'"'''. onrt atatemnu ar
fr?rrtn? irT 'i"i th" PJf'eter Ofi-elref
. Jim-; V. j 7'i"viiim.-n or ynrrs acanMinr.
nillTrOT f"'t'0lefeive(t hy Wrfrth.
r-end forLIroular. Sole Aarent for the fj.s!
UEDUCTIOI OF FlttCfiS
tocoSfoftfltcr
HffiTJCniOli' 6f fltfffM.
Til GttTWG Xft C1.VB8, . .
. -"fin Pit full am nw t.L. t lt - . .
.... mmiw ...si anna i niir
rorm will auim)pnny it. contaltiinet full dree.
GREAT AMERK7A1J TEA O0'
St iMUi.a..Ch.l wV ww
i. 0. Hot lia. ' Wfc
Ajionta VrU& lev taW
ISTORY OF THE
I"! EUROPE
tleSeeires MrllncWenUiand Irtcl.lenta tlv tha
Jv;r'?nA"? tfns oni Ationc and Oltlclal hla
tolr.5L,ithl,t fr5,,t conflict. Amenta are meetlnaj
J'i5.'i,''e'le",c(1 "ee aefHna) trom
VJJ' tV",' Brttl Mlsfrcriu
botli fciiglhih arfl Gerfn'nf.
JAU l lOJS JSfitL l0?"
hook yonbnyejnvtainalfiosine aaffraTlnKtand
7(0 imifo Rvnrf lontr.,l..r....i -...-..V..L.
ami a full rlasi-riiitlon of the work. Aiiilrooa
nation a i nutMiuSii oa,bhiem
Cineirittati, Ohh), or tu Iula, Mo. . '
trnif isiTr
I
(t IS f tttreanif peifeet rem'eiTy for all dbtuet of the
STRtfoflOK ol NTK8TINKH, tKlSABTTK.
HINB, or ABDOMINAL UANS, rjjIVRUTT
orrVVANTof BLOfl, IJTKKEITTK NT or j
ltKMlTTK5lT FEVKItA, INFLAMMATION 1
ofthatlYf!ll,MOP9T,l-irOmH CIU- 1
CUIATIONorthoBr.OOD, AB80KH8KIL1
UMOItH,,JAtTIr)iOR( bCKOKULA.
DYSfKrslA, AO'OK A flTKB .1
Oh THKI COHCOMITABTS.
Da, WatLahaTiif liteofna aware uf Ih ntranr.
dlnarr mwllelaal prufwrik-f 01 the loKtb AaierMia
' I'lsnt, ealled
aent a speciaT enmrnlsaion to' (hat eoanfry to procarv
It in Iti ItfttlvA nnritv. anA hMin Imml Ifc.
Ailcnrntlva prnpertfaslrfsvea exeeed tha anticipa
tions krniMl by its treat repuutlen, has eontrl4
to offer It tir the public, Snil IsMiappy te atate tkat. ha
has parfecled artanamnta lor V refralar awntklr
supply of tin woniWnq Plant. Ra haa saoatmaah
tlnie ainiirlBVenllna' anif lavestlgatlnfaato the moat
efflolant profsatatien rVorn It, ftir popular aa, and has
for sorus tli oaedln als awn Mattleo with snast
happy resulta In oSuatual madtehta new praatataa
lotheyublhi m .
Dr. Wells' Eitract of Junilwba
and h eoafldantly rasearmend ft to every tonllr aa
a hraaehold remady vrklek akoald ka hW takra aa
a Huioa Pvsmaatn aH derangemaat f lae aysWsa
and toaalasaatand fortify all wk and Jbmpkatle
UmparorMni. JOHN Q. KKLLCKm, Tint Ri.
fa T.irk. ' Sola Aawntfor ten Vnltad l,MUiSa
r rlc One Dollar per bottle; Baas for Clrevlar .
kMl cilw rtt 11,-Jf
-AV
r.
M
HB WAR

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