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SM)c (Enquirer.
,?, T. BOWFN, -Editor.
OFFICE In Second Story of Bowen's
Tlnllding. North Side of Main Btreot, Kaat of
Court House.
McArthur,
October 25, 1871.
Meeting of the Democratic
State Central Committee
of Ohio.
The members of the Democratic Stnte Com-
.,iiioi nH ilia Democratic. Mare r.jerimve
Committee of Ohio, will meet In Columbus, on
Friday, November, 1871,
ii o nvirwir p h. Each member of the Com
mlttee hi expected to be present-in perxon
possible orbv proxy as business of important'
Is to bo transuded In rcTntioii to the campaign
C. N. ALLEN, Chairman.
C. N. ALLEN, Chairman. J. S. CRALL, Secretary.
Meeting the Democratic Editors of
Ohio.
At the mectincr of the Stnte
Central Committee at Colum
bus, on the 2 Itli of November,
we would suggest the atten
nnce of as many Democratic
editors as can mate it conven
ient to be present.
THE NEXT GENERAL
ASSEMBLY.
The Importance of a Single
Vote.
' The next General Assembly
of tlm State will stand as fol
lows: Senate Democrats, 18;
Radicals, 18. House Demo
crats, 48 ; Radicals, f7. The
Senate beius: a tie, and in the
House the Radicals have a ma-
lomv ot 5J. JJ urine: the cam-
f tv
paign we again and again ex
horted our Democratic friends
to be sure and vote aud get
all their Democratic neighbors
to do so. The result of the
late canvass actually shows
the importance of the exercise
of the right of suffrage upon
the part of every individual.
Our own county is lost by
only four votes. Had the
Democrats of Vinton, Hancock,
Hardin, Highland, Knox, Bel
mont and Scioto, done as they
should have done, elected
Democratic Representatives,
we should have had a majority
of five in (the House, thus giv
ing us a United States Senator.
Look at these small majorities
for Representatives in the seven
counties before named:
Yinton, Radical
Highland, "
Knox, "
Hancock, "
Scioto, "
Holmont, "
Hardin, "
majority. . .
4
35
55
32
111
12
no
Total, 339
And in Noble county the
vote for Representative was a
tie. Rut lots were cast, and
the Democrat, we are pleased
to learn since issuing our last
paper, won the honor. In
those counties riot less than
eleven hundred Democrats neg
lected to vote, and upon them
devolves the immense political
responsibility. Let this be to
their shame. We could easily
have elected Mr. Soule here if
some of our Democratic friends
had not scratched him. The
same may be said of the othc
counties mentioned. Are not
Democrats ashamed to look at
such defeats V Are not Dcra
ocrats ashamed now that they
listened to the malicious lies of
the Radicals and voted against
or scratched Representative
candidates? Now the election
is over the Radical worshippers
of thieves and public plunder
ers and land grabbers are
chuckling over the ease with
which they fooled nil of you.
Tims it is in every one of those
counties. After abusing you
the year around as traitors,
Ku Klux, ignoramuses, drunk
ards, heathen, &c, they think
it an excellent joke to fool you
out of your vote on election day
You now see the fully of not
Bnpportingyounjown candidates
the folly of scratching. A
mora thorough turnout of our
Democratic friend in the
in the townships of the coun
ties named, and less scratching,
would have dedal a majority
of
is
of
of the Representatives and
United States Senator.
Fellow Democrats, remem
lier these facta in future. It i
disirrnceful that we should be
defeated in m important clec
tion like this by such trifling
figures.
P. S. Since writing th
above we notice that the At
tornev General of Ohio has
handed the Governor his writ
ten opinion in the Noble coun
ty tie case. .He says that there
has been no election for Rep
resentative in that county, and
a there will be no vacancy un
til Jan, 1, 1872, the Governor
can not order au election until
that time.
To the Public.
Intelligence from the North
west gives account of fearful
(ires and terrible suffering.
Numerous villages of Wis-
consin anu ivncnigan, ana tne
surrounding country are black
ened waste, with charred bod
ies of human beings scattered
over it,and the living houseless,
naked and destitute.
The situation of the people
for immediate help. Win
ter already approaches in their
cold northern climate, and un-
ess prompt relief is offered by
those who have been more for-
3, great suffering will
ensue.
Let us contribute our little
to help the distressed and not
be unmindful of the teachings
of the wisest man who said:
"Whoso stoppeth his ears to
he cry of the suffering, he
also shall cry himself and not
)e heard." "He that giveth to
he poor shall not lack."
At a meeting of Odd
Fel
last ows
held at their Hall,
uesday evening, it was re
solved to call upon the Broth
ers to assist these sufferers,
and also to invite the people
the country generally to send
contributions at the fame time.
Bring your contributions of
money, clothing for men, wo
men and children, or bedding,
immediately to Dan. Will &
Bro3., where they will be re
ceived, receipted for, and for
warded. Each Brother of the Order
will consider himself a commit
tee of one to solicit contribu
tions; and the same invitation
extended to each citizen of
the county. The co-operation
the ladies is especially re-
quested.
of
PARIS HORTON,
W. J. RANNELS,
Committee.
Thk small pox excitement at
Chillicothe has almost died out.
Two cases are at present under
treatment. There have been
32 cases in nil : out of that
number 15 died, omong whom
was Daniel C. llirrrrins. late
jgineer on the Marietta and
Cincinnati Railroad.
For JBctlo.
Neatly printed copies of the
Official Abstract of the votes
polled at the late election in
this county are for salG at this
office, at 5 cents each.
The deaths in Cincinnati
from small-pox number 145 to
this date. Official reports
give 700 cases in Philadelphia
the fii'3t of this week.
Gilman Wari A Co have
mst received a large lot of
boots and shoes. Cheap!
Ax effort is being made in
McArthur to contribute clo
thing, bedding, or money, ns
will be seen by referring to au
appeal "To the Public," by a
Committee appointed at a
meeting of the Odd Fellows,
to those who have been made
deblitate by the Into horrible
fires of the Northwest. Let
our citizens render them all the
assistance within their power,
as thousands havo lost their all,
and are suffering for want of
Clollllllg
.
and bedib
i it r.
Terrible Fires in Northern
Michigan and Wisconsin.
xue jatesc reports irom tue
great fires represent the loss of
life as being fearful. The loss
the burned village of Peshtb-o.
Wisconsin, will
reach over
1,200.
A dispatch from Milwaukee,
Oct. 15, says:
The fire tornado was heard
at a distance like the roaring
ot the sea. Hum ot hre were
soon observed to fall like
meteors in different part of the
town, igniting whatever they
struck. The people rushed
with their children in their
no storm oi nre was upon
'hem, and enveloped them in
flame, smoke, burning sand and
cinders, and those unable to
each the river were suffocated
and. roasted alive. This terri-
II 1 1 r n
Die scene Happened on ounaav
night, the 8th of October, al-
eany made famous by the
Chicago horror. A member
t the relief committee sent
from Milwaukee with supplies,
says the only survivors were
hose who were fortunate
enough to reach the water,
many throwing themselves in-
the mill pond nnd clinging
io tne noatinsr iocr.. a num-
(Jl f i 1 A
ber of these were drowned by
being thrown from the logs by
maddened horses and cattle
that rushed into the water.
The fiery cyclone swept over a
track of country eight or ten
miles wide, every building,
fence aud all the timber licked
up clean by the tongue of fire.
The town of Peshtigo numbered
two thousand inhabitants, one
third of whom perished in that
fearful night.
Reports from the east shore
(ireen Bay place the loss of
life fully as hi'h as at Peshtigo.
The same account states that
the immediate wants of the
people are supplied, but large
amounts of provisions and clo
thing will le required for the
coming winter.
Another dispatch
waukee, October 19,
from Mil
pays: The Door County Advocate
contains full accounts of the
loss of lif'! and peoperty up to
Sunday night, the 8th inst.
Fires had been raging thromrh
the towns of Brussels, Union,
Gardner, Forestville, Clay-
banks, Nosevoupee, Sturgeon
Bay, and bebnstopol, burning
fences and timber, but leaving
the houses untouched. At
nine o'clock on Sunday night
the fiery tornado swept down
fiercely from the southwest,
beginning at the Belgian set
tlement in Brussels, sweeping
through the towns of Union
and Gardner, and the western
part of Sevastopol, down the
east shore of the bay. Every
building in its path was con
sumed. At Williamson's shin
gle mill everything was burned,
nnd the most awful destruction
of human life ensued. Out of
eighty persons at the mill, fifty-seven
were burned to death.
The few survivors tell a horri
ble tale of the scene at this
terrible holocaust. After the
fire forty-five - bodies were
found in a potato patch in the
centre of the clearing. Other
bodies were lonnd scattered,
some iu wells. There were
many disfigured in a terrible
manner, in some cases beyond
recognition. This great des
truction was the work of fif
teen minutes, and was the same
tornado that burned up Pesh
tigo and twelve hundred hu
man beings.
A number of other losses of
life are reported in ot her places.
Iwenty-two in the town of
Brussels suffered a like fote.
There is scarcely a house or
barn stauding on the line of
this storm of tire. JitfForts for
relief are not spared here or
anywhere - in the State, and do
nations from abroad are coming
alon just in ti me to make
comfortable those who survived
Contributions in money are
sent to Hon. Alexander Mitch
el, the Wisconsin Marine and
Fire Insurance Bank,"Milwau
Kee, ivisconsin, ana clothing
or provisions to Uoiu Harrison
Ludingtuu, Mayor of Mil
waukee.
The ground has not been
thoroughly wet since May
170. ,
A TTT'TTTVrTvP DTP- 1 RT1
SAMUEL
Wholesale
OTAPLE AND "
My stock is now complete for Fall Sales, and
not at the high prices some parties have antic
ipated paying.
The average price nil
than the Fall of 1870. A small advance i
charged only on a 1 UW
WOOLEN HOSIERY, DOMESTIC NOTIONS,
.' BUCK GOODS,
Is commended to your ESPFCIAI. attention. Also a good assortment of Imported
Gorman Fa nay Goods, Blank Hooka,
genet-ally- kept In Notion notice, for sale
time j buyers, or cash In hand, a discount
-
September 1st, 1871.
- ' -"" ' "-
O. "W X PT,
Dealer Inr
T ANCY JNOTIONS.
through is much. lower
goods.
TIES AND SCARFS,
Spool Cotton. Wall Paner and everything
at moderate advance on cost to short
allowed.
- - - - OHIO.
FARMS FOR SALE.
Here is
TO MAKE
A CHANCE
$2,000 r
rpUEhulwcrlljeroffrrstosell two of tlinbest
-S upsinn rnmis in eoutnejn Ohio lor two
iiioutiiio nniinrs less t num. uieiicmn valuation
Ilnvlnt lost all mv hoi-scs. smnll if ruin, and
fitrminr utensils bv fire. I will sell liotli of mv
j.irni.i. immieu near uucnauun. 1'JKo countv.
VIIIU, SMB1U
Corn Crops IncludecT,
lower than can lie boujrlit anywhero oast or
west. I' urtner tartiruiarsiiy cninns:on
J. M. 1I1LI.IIOUSK.
41.4 Buchannn, Pile ('it., 0.
Michigan and Wisconsin. NOTICE
—OF—
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICK isiercbv irlvnn.ln nnniiiatir.o oflaw.
of the iiitentifln oft lie Commissioners of Vinton
county, Ohio, to miilrt a
lone Aim:
Honey Fork of Dig Raccoon Cirrf;,
At therrosHing of the McArthnr A Nelsonvlllo
ltnnd, nnar tltt resilience ot William Feu, In
Swan Township, and tliat
Petitions fir and
' Remonstrances Against
Tlie Imtldin
flse same will he considered If
tiled in the
or liefore
iditor'a Office of said county, on
Saturday, the 5th Day of November,
I A, J). 1871.
Bv order of Commissioners:
HENRY RKTNOT.nS.
Oct.2T.,T87l-lw Auditor Vintonf'o.
gHEKIFF'S SALE.
SUiittif OMo,Vinttm Count).
Catharine Glasgow, rinlntlff,
nuninst
Eli.a Ann Hntt'in. et. at., Pefendnnta.
Ia Vinton County Court of Common I'leas.
Or-
derot sale.
Piirsnant totho conniinnd of nn order of anle
fanned from the Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton ennntv, nnd to me directed as r5heriftolsald
countv, I will offer for sale lit tint door of the
Court House, in the town of McArthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 27th Day of November,
A. D. 1871,
the hour of 2 o'clock P.M., of snld day, the
following described premises, tn-wit:
In-Iints Nuniliertn- hundred aiulclghtr five
(1851 nntl One hundred and ninety-one OM.) i
the Town of Mi Arthur, Vinton county, Ohio.
Tukenai the pmpe-ty of Klin Ann Mtilton to
eatisfy ajudement of snld Court in I'nvor of
Catharine Gln'gow.
Appraised as follows:
In-Lot No. m. at $KW: In-I.ot Xo. 101, nt fflO.
Kuoh It must bring two-tliirds of the apprais
ed value.
Terms of Sale. Cash In Imnd on tlio day of
Kale.
D-ANIF.T. nOOTIT,
ShcnH Vinton Co.
p. n. pbivei. Atfyforrrcr.
Octolier'ii.l871-fiv-9
gHERIFF'S SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County, M.
Mnry I-amh, Pltilntiff,
SKtiinst
John It. Rover et. al. Defcnrlanls.
In Vinton County Conrt of Common I'len. Or
der of Salrr.
Tiirsuant to the command of an Order of
LSalo in the arwvecame issued from IlieConi t
ol common ricas or vinion county, ana to me
directed asShcriO'of said unnntv, I will offer for
sale at the dmr oftlio Costrt House, in the town
of McArthur, Vinton enmity, Ohio, on
Monday, the 27th Day of November,
A.D. 1871,
at the- hour of !l o'clock P. M. of said day, tho
following described premises, to-wit:
Heciunini at the Corner 8tone of th 8nuth
Kast Corner of Out-lot Nomber Frxir M.) in
Kohbins' Addition to the town of Hamdcn, iu
tho countv of Vinton, nd State ol'Ohlo; tltence
riinningdiie west to the Depot Umiindsof the
Marietta k Cincinnati Itnilrond f'ompnnv;
thence with their line to the North-Kant corner
of said Depot Omunds: thence Fjmt to Saiiinel
Tarr's line; thence North to the plaoe of begin
nin, containing about niree-lourtlm ef nn
acre, more or less, nceordlng to tho Town 1'lut,
on which lot is erected a
STEAM FL0UBIN0 MILL.
Tslcon ns the property of .Inhn R. Uoyer. et.
nl. to sntisry u ilecrec of the aforesaid C'ouil in
fuvorof fic.luldur A Co.
Annralsed at one thottsnnd three hundred and
twnty-flve dollars (il,32&M,j and must bring
tu'A.th Irrl. of th. t uuni 1
Terms of Bh e. One-half cash on tun nny oi
sale; and nuc-hnlfin six months, with Interest
irotiKtuyoi sale.
rANIF.MtOOTH,
BhnrifT Vinton Co.
M. I.. Clark, Att'T for Schilder & Co,
October 25, l71-w-ia
A Card totlie Ladies.
3D 33. 1DTJ-3?02TC0'S
(sloldcn Periodical Pills
IntitiiihU In forrtftlnf frrtgulartttf, lemming
vouinrlivnt aj in junnmiy unoat, jrom
vhutner cams.
Tliov never fall, and mar lie denonded' tinon
in erervense wnnre ine moniniv now nns icen
obstructed through cold ordiaeaao. JJlTPOy-
in ' H tlOl.DEN I'JLLD aiwaya give Immediate
ellef, belnu esnenlally prepnredf or married la'
dies. A lady writes t "IMiiienco'a Oolden PiHe
relieved me In oneday, without Inconvenience
like innorln." The genuine aroDUtUD In lAirat
t niirs) Brnet containing oouiiie tne qiiniitttv or
ins. ana upon cacn dox you wirennu my i-ri-vnto
U. 8. KoveniieHtamp;" npon the stamp see
theword DIII'ONCOH GOLDEN I'ILI.8,ln
nrwt ittitrt, wlinotii inai itrma art rvem-ine.
Jttmembxr. the " f?snna" I n In tho WMIe bexea,
Full and explicit direction accompany each
box.
Prl.ul tier box: 8 boxes tri. Hold br one
'rice i per nox : o nozca to. noiu u
Dtll!
iggl
ftst in every town, city, ami village in i
worlil.
Bold in McArthur, by O. IK. SISSOy, Dtruggiit
LADIKSt Bv sending him tl thronirh the
McArthur. Ohio. Post Olllce. can have the Pills
out (ronflilontlally,! by mall to any part of the
country, free el postage.
fluid, also, by .l.lin Ferklut, Athens, and J.D,
rarit, uineinnati, .
H, U.110WK, Sole Proprietor, New York,
1 HI! aTlT PIIRI .VS.. .-
W.ih; the WORWgf
Lrti KrlBIOaAeiRCULAR ..XSil
New ToA Office. 27 BEEKMA1T ET.
AuoiiiDoiiuii ol'C'co-nH Uil.iS-c. .Acknowl
edged the but promoter of thr growth and tirnutv
oth hnir. J09. BUBNKfl CO., lloston. Jlnss.
bold liy nil druggists, l'.ewure of imitatiunt.
1? I? T?T? FOR ON K MONTH to nil wh ssk
1 1uFj ftir It: 70 cts. to Jan., ,71: 1.(50 to
.tnly, 'Ti; ?i.l to.tiin. '78. THEM KTHODIST.
Kvsry weitli a lecture ttnom talk h$ Iteenher: fter
luon or article by Tslmnge, fiocond only to Reerlmr
in popularity,) .Mrs. Wllllngs great scrlsl story ex
posing secret worktiik'S ul Uomsnlsinin Atner.es, snd
much other imorl resiling.
U. IIAl.SJhIJ, 114 aasrsn new ors,
FREE
Try Samples of our (Trent 8-psirc,
II llhuirnred Weekly 80 wanes-
tslillelieil. Fine steel oncravlngs free to sebsenbors.
Agents insse )3 s dsy. Heml for
HA1 UKDAY OAZKTTK, llallnwell, Me,
JDnff's College.
THK olilest and most reliable Institution for ob
taining a Mercantile Education.
J'rschrnl Knsttiess men ns instructors.
Fur iiil'orniHtlnn write for a circular to
I'. 1)1! KK ON!i, 1'lttsbiirrdi, fa.
mm
Solicited by MtINN &
CO. 1'iiblleliers Motentlflo
American, 87 I'arkltow.N.
Twrntr-IH-e yenrs' experience.
I'nintihlets containing Pvmt I.sws, wlrh full di-
rsctlons how to obtain patents, fre .
A bound volume or 111 nsges. containing tne new
CVtKHS by counties ami all large cities, 140 Kngra
vlnniiof Mi'dmnicnl Movements, Patent Laws snd
rule for obtaining Patent mailed un ruceipt of 25
sents.
D
ITHB IXIGE'
XX FLINT GLASS
LAMP CHIMNEYS
s
fttamt Ueat Hatter thnn nny other made.
Ask for Ditltrtdge s ami take no omer.
Rre thut our name la nn every box
DIXHRIBO & SON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"r I'rle List
INHALING COMPOUND.
A certain cure for Catarrh. Asthma, anil other dls-
esees o: the Air Pasgc. Sent to any address mi re
ceipt ofSl.fpD a bux, with full directions, Knulose
tamo for circular. Addre-a
E. K. FIKI.I). C'trsnrier, Ohio.
WANTKU. Lrnly and gentlemen A-renls for
Jno. S. ( '. Al'lio'il's I r ui'io l'niniii!! War and
History of ltnlv. K. 1) S. Tatu, Ag't, suceenM)r
to V. It liandall, IDSOrlswold Suect, Detroit, Mich.
$30. WE WILL PAY $30.
Agents tub per week to sell our gneut and valuable
dlacoveriis. If yon wan' p-Tiunliati t, honorable and
plcannt wotk, -pply for ptirliculara. Adilr a DVl.lt
X iu., .lacsfoii, Mini :hii.
1,000 OI3?Ts.
GUAM) UIM Ud.it Kui AM DI3TU1BU TIUiM
ran tii a n knkfit ror tna
rmrsDT.iNa asylum tv new yokk,
ANI HOUlKli'S ANIl fAII.OIi'S OkU'UANS
HOMIi, WAS1IINU TON, D. C.
To ba held In U'af!;nctun tns soon ns all Tick
ets are K1J, of which Tew laya" Jfolleo
will he given,) and not later than November '3d,
1811. Kntlre number of tickets, 82,0110 f eiM'h.
1.00:1 Oitts. amounting to rJPOOiiO. to be swarded.
Send for Circular, giving l al of Sifts snd Rcfcrenocs.
Tickets can ba hod of KII.KY ft SAKOKNT,
rbilsdclphia, lolutnbits, ()., snd K'chtnond, lnd.
Or, T. C. HKVI.IN, Oenorsl Agent,
ill Nassau street, New York,
non. II. McCITIXOrnil. Klkton, I rmm,..,
Mai. OEO. T. CASTt.K, Baltimore. tonmi "'
Hon. J. . KEG LEY, l'ltlsburg, Triislce.
A VOID O.IACKS. A victim of early IndiMre-
1 V tion. esusing nsrvonsdeblllty, premature do-
ray, etc., naving trnn in vain every aiivertiFci rem
edy, hss discovered a sltnp'e mcsos sf self cure,
which be will send to his fillow-sulT.rers, Address
J. II. BEEVES, IS Nsssan Street, New York.
STAMMKIUNC. The eauss remnvetl.
Dr. A. UOUDMAK, Enst listfdsai, Ot.
Aldress
DB. CROOK'S WEfE OF TAK I
la a PreparsMtn whlth
has been tried try the
sulilU! for leu yeara, end
proTfal itrlZ in nhnti
nnde of eases oaprfhleof
TIIROAT
AIfT
;l.IJXOS. curing all diseases ot the
Tliront an .iinga.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
la the remedy to use
I'OVOnS for Chronic Congha, or
Coughs and Colds. It
AND promptly cures them all.
, Has cured ease of Con.
COJfSl'MPTiOX.sumntion pronounced in
eurable hy phyakinns.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Has cured so many case
ol Asthma and bronchi
trs, tbst It hss been pra
nonnced a spcciflo for
theso complaints. Ifsf-
AaTII.HA
AND
meied, will voulet prepi
DRONCIIITIS.dio prevent you from
being cured alaof
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Rnnornte and Invigor
ates the entire .system,
and rapidly restores Ex
haualsd Rtranglh. The
DEBILITY.
very remedy for the weak
and debilitated.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Restore the Appetite,
strengthens the Worn
AFITTIT E. a:h, relaxe the Liver,
oad pute I hem to work,
causes th food to dist,
DlMl-XI'MIA.and mnkes pure blood,
removing Pyspepaia,ln
digestion, o.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Its action en the Urinary
Organs are both prompt
soil mnrked. ICsuoeeeds
in reproducing the urin
DIl'HLTIC.
ary secretions wnen Din
er powerful dluretl.es
have tailed.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Fn vegetable ingredi
ent of undoubted Tots
le value, combined with
IT I
a tne rich meillo.nal quail-
" ties of Tar contained la
srkwii which make it the
T,alI1"inot reliable Tenie In
th market,
DR.;CR00K'S WINE OF TARt
Droken
dewn
Fonstltntlona,
(jives lone snd enerny to
Debilitated Constitution
and all reooraring Irom
any illness will find it
the Beat Tonic they
nan lake.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Delicate Female who
have no appetite, alway
Delleateremnlesjeulferlng, ai l never feel
ing well, should take it,
to get strong and healthy
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Removes psln In Ilreaat,
Hide or Buck, Is a most
LIVEUr edecliv Rejinlntor oflh
Llvr, ourlng Jaundico,
or any I,ivr Complaint,
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Has made many psi sons
miKNCITH
AND
strong and healthy who
had been unnbl to work
or walk lor years.
1 1 should he tent le svnrv
lir.AT Tri Iiiisp, and Its flfe-alvlnB
all,
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
and
wttb
in
tun
(ft
3P
J
s
r A MONTH. Horse nnd Carriage fiirnllli.
I J ed : exiicnseatiBld: families run. II, B
IAW, Alfrid, Me.
RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS, REVOLVERS
dun mntorlalsof nverv kind. Write for Price
List, to 0 rent Western Gun Works, Pittsburgh
Pa. Armv irilti. Rtwl Rnvnl van hion-lil. fir tra
Htm wr. a gem wanted.
18 to JI1! daily eaallv made. Pmfltnbl snd r.
lertublc liuklnrns. A lilt In novelty wsntrd by every
uuiiy, nitcc'8nrti, penn stnmp rir cirRiiinr to
unurciiiii iv i empieton, Mmiul's, Oil) Urosrt y, N. Y .
ASK YOUR GEOOEE FOR
CRUMBS OF COMFORT.
S10 from 50s
l'J Samples snt (pontiice paid ) for Fifty Cent, that
toteilMciii-fiT Ten !nllrr. 1. K WniwrrT. N.Y.
FEEE! 3 Months on Trial!
A first-class Isrge quarto I mrnal, 64 column s. I llns-
trated. Or one vesr fur W cents, with 2 bound lec
tures, bv .7emes McCosh, I). I)., L L U, snd K. O.
Ilaven, D 1). L T. L, as tnem urns, Send name snd
address to PEOPLKS' JOUltNAL, Cinoinnatl, Ohio.
TIIEA-NECTAK
IS A PURR
, BLACK TEA
with the Orren Tea Flavor.
Warranted to suit sll tsafes.
Far taU wtnnohert, Asd for
snlo wholesale only bv Ilia
GREAT ATLANTIC PAC1K
10 TEA CO.. H Church Sr., N.Y.
P. O. Box KM. Bend for Thes
Nectar Circular.
WANTED-ApKNTH, 'OQ per dav) o sellth
celebrated HOME SIIUTTLK HKWINH MA
CHINK. Has the under-feed, makea the "lock .tlti'li"
(a'lkaonbothsideslsnd is fully licetnied. The heat
cheapest family Bewing Machine In the market.
uursss johnsox, i;i.abk Co., llostnn, Mass., l'llts
bnrgh. Pa , Ohlcagn, III., or St. Louis, Mo.
RUPTURE
RI'.Tfil sad CarMh n.. Rh.-m.n. p-.-n. .n .
OompnutKl.. Oinee, OUT Br,i,..T. N. y. R,n,l jefc. , ,ost
ptiolo.rjvaio llkx-ii-i.ei or cue, hufore aii,l afmr ,tire. vriih
llnnr.f W.rt Huwlier eua, Idler. u1 ponr.it. IWar. f
Ir.TfliiijIiripojl.r., who praMad to bay. bees auliUiitaolUr.
nr.nA.f. Jio DM 00 Axtutj.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE YEAK
OF BATTLES,
A lllstorvof lha
l''rstico- (Ivrinan
War; uul
The Red Rebellion in Paris,
Accurate, reliable and complete, In English and Ger
man! 4(i,fl00 Copies already sold. Priced 50. Ad-
rasa J Goadptd'a Jlmpir Buck, Alan and J'ic-
fume, Chicago or St, Louis.t
1 1 Isiaa K- AmHuatm saiaal MlVKllln tS
v f.JuMa"'11) to
I bo 'j oiioc r
rvrrr LaiIt or Grn
tlcniiiDt fold bTlri!rarit
nnd lvalrtt In PERFUMERY,
POPERY.
The Foe of the Church
AND REPUBLIC.
Whstit bis 10 le. What It Is doing snd what II
means to do. Its power, ileipotism, Itiliillilnhtv,
auda, relicts, niirnces, idolatry, persecutions. Stirl
ing crime, anil NEW YMKIL Kill J K.
Send for eiroulsr. Address .PEOPLE'S Pli lll.lrtll-
1NO I I)., 139 lCaie 81., Cincinnati, Ohio. 4I-Jv.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
Tut Coughs, Colds nnd Hoarseness.
These Tablet present I ho Acid In Cnnihinti
lion wllh oilier I'lJkiontreineilies. in a popular
form, for the Cure of all TIIKOAT nml IX'NO
DlMensee.
llOAKPF.NMS nnd n,CWtAT10N or tile I HWOST
iininediatelv relieved, anil stiilenierils nr
eonstiintly being sent to the piopi U'Uir ol relief
leases orl hront dtmeullics of ycsis standing.
OAITT'IAV Don the deceived ly wortn-
U) I IVy 11 less imitations. tei oniy
ells1 Carbolic Tablets. Price -.Geents per Box
.HIIlNQ.KKI.1.0ti(, I'lalt ft.S Y..
Pend lorCirculsr. Sole Agent for the C.S.
REDUCTION PRICES
TOCOXFOHM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES.
GREAT SAVING
TO CONSUMERS
HY O KITING VV CI.L'ItS
Send for our New Price Lift and a Club
form will accoinpitny It, contain uig full ilnei.
tionf making a large SHvinglo ronsiitnera nud
remuiH'i'iit lve to club organizers
GEEAT AMERICAN TEA CO-
31 & 33 Vesey (Street, Now York.
P.O. HoxMIIo.
Afift Aft 'n MONTHS by
laUWv.V' ono agent canvassiug for
THE GUIDE BOARD."
Itv Iir. W. W. UAi.r.. yfynfi wantnt. IT. N.
McKlNKEY CO., 1 North 7'h Etreet, Pltlludel-
hiii, Pa. " "-
AfiENTS WANTFJ1 F.Olt THE
IJISTORY OF THE
mnm imeurope
II contains ever lfjn fin engravings of Rattle
Reenes and Ine dents ul th War. and I the only
FULL, AUTHENTIC sort OFFICIAL history of
Dial great conflict. Agents are merlins with tin
prnci'denierl success selling frosa SO to 40 copies per
day, and it is published in both Engl I, h anil Crr
tn an.
nailTintl Inferior hrslarles are being elrcula
uAU I lUN ted. Hes that ih honk yon buy
eoiitalns Inil fine tngravlngs and 81)0 pages. Send
for eironlsrs A sea on? terms, and a lull ilescrlptlon
ol'lhewurk. Address, RATIONAL PUIILIHH INO
CO., Chicago, Id., Cincinnati, Oh;o, nr Bt. Lmi . Mo.
B
ook Agents Wauled.
Kou two nr.w and populap. woukb.
KNOTS UNTIED
Or. Thk IlinnKK I.irs or Ahsrioan DsTKcrivrs,
showing how tit perpetrator of niiaubief and out
rage are brought to Just, re, and dlsolnslng tho wlml
lioieotiv syaiem. xo.unu ccpies soin in mi nays.
A WOMAN'S PILGRIMAGE
To the Ifoi.v Lssb, by Mrs. 8. M. Orlswold. This
latest work nr this popular authoress, Is an Interesting
narrative of bar experiences during tour through
through Europe and the East, In company with
"Iark Twain" nd the "Qusker City party." A
handsome volume, hilly Illustrated. W olfar extra
terms and premiums to Agent. Hand fnf Olronlars
B BURlt, HYDE CO, Hartford, Conn. il-4
It Is NOT A rHYMC-It I NOT what is pnn-
ulnrly ce lled a HITTEltS, nor is it Intended as
aitcli. IT IS A 8UUTH AMERICA plant that
hat bsen ated for nitiiy yesrs by th medical fneiilty
Of those ennnlrlea with wonderful efllcaev, snd as
POWERFUL ALTEPATIVICsnd UNKQf) ALKD
PUKIFIKK OFTI1B BLOOD and Is a on re and
Ptrfeot llumody for all Diseases of th
MVF.R and BPLKF.N, KNI.AROKMENT nr OR.
8TKUOTION ot INTIATfNKH, VKI.VAKY.irTFi
KINK, or ARDOMINALOUUANS, POVERTY
or WANT of BLOOD, INTKI1KITTENT or
JtEMITTKNT FKVKl'S. INFLAMMATION
eftb LIVKn.DUOPSY.Sr.UlHUBII CIU
C LA TION of Hi BLOOD, ARH(!KH9E8,
TflMORB, .IAUNDICK, SCKOFt'I.A.l
DVSI'FPSIA. AOtTH ASKKVF.R
OR TIIKIR CONCOMITANTS.
D1C. TVEIA8' EXTRACT OF Jl'ItCftEPJ A
Is' offererl to th public as a great Inrlgorstor and
remedy for sll Intpiirllles nt th blood, or for or
gsnln waaknn with tlielr attendant evil, For
th foregoing complaint
is conlldentlj recnmuitnd.d to everv family ss a
hoiiaohold remedv. and shnlild be freely taken In all
dersngeinenln of the svstetn, it gres henllh, vigor
and Ion to all the vital forced, snd tummies mid
forllfle all wesk nad Lymphatic tenipersmenls.
JOHN Q. KKLLOOO, 1 Plst tfllreet, New York
Hols Agent for th I'nllrd elites
Prlr Oh Dollar per bottlei Bend for Circular.
A Rare Chance for Apis.
Agents, wo will pty you 10 per weoU In Vh, If van.
will ngg "lib tl si once hrvrvlh ng liirnl'htd
and es"'ot. paid Addii'4i I A I.L1.1 k 10, t. Uur
lutlr, Mich.
C-T7-WOLP
-'"
iiaeissii'UeJiliwisilliifWSNWjyr
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERT.
MILLIONS Ucnr Testimony to the
Wonderful Curative Eflceta of
Ton. WALKCU'S CALIFORNIA
J. WaMaa Proprlrier. V U. Urnosaui Co., DraftrlKs ss4
O.n. A li. Hsd I-'rsMisoo, Cal, wl tl m tt CvnaHn. SI, H.y.
Vinegar Bitters ar not svlle Fancy Drink.
Madeef Ioor Ruin, Whisker, Preef Spirit
and Refuso Liquors doctored, splcsd snd sweet
ened to pleaso the taste, colled "Tonics, "Appetis
ers," "restorers," eic., that lead the tippler on to
drunkonnes and ruin, but areatros Medicine, msda
from the Native Itoots and nerb of c.ur.tni. ...
from nil Alcoholic Pllmnlnm. Thoy srs the
OKEAT IlLOOl) PfKIFIER and A JLIFK
UIVINU PItlXCIPLE, a perfect Itcnovator and
"r"u'0' mo i-ystcm, carrying off all polsonons
mutter and restoring the blood to a healtbv n
Ko porson can take thesa Bitters according n .11...I
tlons and remain long nnwell, provided their bonea
arc not destroyed by mineral poison or other means
and tho vital organs wasted buyond the point ol f J
pnlr.
They ore a Gentlo l'nrrroilve n. woli ...
Tonic, possessing also, tho peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation oftlie Liver, nnd all the Visceral Organ.
FOR I E.1I A I.E C'OIWPI.AIXTB.wl,.i,. l..
younger old. married alniflo. at the rt-rn
manhood or at llio turn of life, theso Tonic Hitters have
no eqtinl.
For InOonimntory anil Clirnnlo m...m.
Ham nnd t.'oitt, Dyspepsia ar Indigestion,
..inuiie, urinuicni nuuiutermlttent Fevers.
Iliaenaes of Iho Rlnod, I.lver, Kidneys, and
niaildcr, these Hitters have been most sueeesaflit.
Such Dlornsoa nro caused by Vitiated Ulead,
which li generally produced by derangement of the
Dlgeallvo Organs.
I)YP1!P.S1A OR INDiGEKTMK. Ilea.t.
ache, rain Iu tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tlghlnsss of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Kruetntions of tho Stomsch.
Had taste In tho Mouth, Unions Attacks, Tslpltstlon
ofthollonrt, Inflammation oftlio I.nnaa.rain In th.
regions of tho Kidneys, nnd a hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsl.
They Invigorate th Stomach and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels, whlrh render thorn of nneqnallad
rlUracy In cleansing the blood of all impnrltlcs, snd
Imparling new life and vigor to the wbolceyetcm.
FOR Mil N DIEAHCS, Eruptions, Tetter, Rait
lihcuin, Blotches fipota, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, Illng.AVornis, Scald-IIcod, Sore Kyes, Frlslp
clas, Itch, Pcurls, Discoloration ol the Skin, Humor
nnd Diseases ofllieBkln, of whatever name or nature,
nro morally dug up and carried out of the fystem In a
short lima by the me of these Hitters. One bottle In
such cases will convince the most incredulous of Ibelr
Vilruit tt clli'Ct.
C'leansn tho Vlllnied Blood whenever vrni flnd lis
'ill11!!1 h"r,i "K """"K'i "'0 skin In riri.ples.Krup
llonaor Hnrra, cleanse t w irn yon mid II. iiliatrnetiKl
and abigKl.li in lhe velas, ch unscltwl en t lsf" nibaud
yiiiir 'feeling .will tell yon when. Keep the blood pur.
and the hciulh of tho system will follow. 1
..T!,J!,v7APF nn? 0,,l,,r,WOnnir5, lnrklngln the
stcm of m. miiiiy HiousiiiKlH. nro i Ili clunlly cfestrov.
id and removed, for 1st 1 1 : direction, resrf csremily
the clrcii or around each botlle. printed In four la n-guugca-L'ngllsli,
tlcruiun, French and Kpanlsl"
TCAI.KKn, Proprietor. B. II. McDONALD ft CO
DrnKlals nnd (ien. Agents, Kan Francisco, Cnl., and
CI ard 81 Commerce Sh eet, Now York
BY ALL pnCCOISTS AND DEALERS.
INDIANAPOLIS
BRYANT &o STRATTON
PRACTICAL
Busincssi Military and Lecture
college.
AN HIV timl PrtietleuJ System of American
I'.iluculiou. Dit. 1. T. HltOWN. Presi lent.
I'or "ii.!ui.,r and particulars mid less the Su
perintendent. lir-ly A. ISOI TIIAI!!). Imliannpolis, lnd.
ALDEN'SREAD
BOOK BINDER, &
incr nr Minliiip l.mtkY
nliicfl, rniori, Mil
cln.aCtn. Hofthrtiii
U' nk btctnit HntFiSi-Wri Hinihlf. or Mod ilinn lr
rlmilflM, or .!ft crnU fur KHinpU, Mvlng where tu
flw tliln arlvrrilrttimuiit, tu J.KKillT P1IK
MHniirnrltuoni I'lilcniro. HI. r.'1v
A K T I J II --AU K 1 TS !
rpt) sell several New Pnteltled Articles which
JL bnve not yet been introduced, nnd wliicli
enn he sold In every homi! in eltv or country.
Agi'nlt.wlioiu'0 al work are clearing from tt i
His tiny.
Fordescrlntivn I'iiriil.irsnnil terms In Aeenla
it'ltlri M ,. I,. IlKANSON & CO.
Lealcra in Piitonts nml Agents' (Supplies.
ni I No I8ixi,nSt..littsliiirKh,Pa.
ST. LOUIS MEDICINE CO.
Chesnnt t , bet. th snd Tth, M. Lntals, Mo.
Ckarierad bj Ilia Rtsu, lasrtort) tars f mrl.ntaailMl.a
Una trratruvntof dl.ee at eBVt. mall, or express.
l'DjotaS toe bvHt medical skill, a.la purest fjrussln
eanranlratM form, sad avolalog poisons reuSereiirin'!!.
rliirM favorlus. W. msntir.niiirem.rilrln.nirelK'hronte
IlUeasea, snjbnly D dcsorlbnlluilr rl;mtenis, tnclosa Si,
tnfi lll s.nd tr.slm.nt Witts Instructions, In this srs.
Die skill ef IhcinctropoUs la brought wllhla tborcsch.r.ll.
Homo oases require prolonstcl Ircslmrnl, o minVrtafct la
aorrsiftood ruid chsng. tho mrrllclns as esse rtauirts.
BOMi: OP llllll UKMKIHKS.
iJlsrrhnrn PilU fiOct. ConsUpntlon Pills
r 1 .00. Iliese Pills arelnralunMs .pertea of eoasllpsted
Imbii. l ever and Ague Pills 81.00. 1.lverPIMs
81 .00, lh.saactdlraiu a the Urn. Neuralgia Pills
HI .00, roller la sotaJa.andaartlntr.wtlart. Tonle
Pills Vl.OO, r Nervous Kihtotllna. Phjric.l D.ollltr.
I.o.s.t toae. Lossefapptllwtle. Bleed Pills Kl.OO
boss. fr 5, srcr"rslT.t.bl-, and esn aouk.olooa
.aouihtooaratarbiood uial. Bucha Pills SI, for
Hlrlniir, Mulder and urlnaiy dlmculiloa this drag baa a
lurMwIdt r.!Vtatln fur l wo hundred ysut, Pimple tad
Freckle Cure tl,tt-oit elTMiIre kueva uiuepro
kstloa. nie Cure 81, Fills Iter all forms or rmileDU-
!M!1 ?,"! P'. Also Bold rr.rr.lloes
eftl kloda at reasouaM. erlc.s. Band two atsnpt for
Calatosu.. Bold by drusslsfi, If jo dou t tlod them, scad
direct lo ut, address oorjUdcnllr fjr. M. I). Hood.
X. M. Invalids, eountryPbjrslolansorDriitsl.u.eaaia-el-v
tnj Ruaiir Cottcd iillla, FaUntmedlolM, Urus, Huralctl la.
mruaicnt.oraledlcslappllsiict, tbrouah u.alresulsr prios.
iDR. HUMTER7
ei3.CheBnut 8t., St. Loul. Mo.
Mokei tprmatorrhaa,$fminaTunukntu, ntr
oui debility, lmpotency, vtakneuqftithtr$ta
narriti or tingtt a tvecialty. If you art out of
health, ntnom, debilitated, feel aversion to
eoclety, Ion of manly power, act disfigured by
plmplrt, tallotf countenance, dreed of future
event; fearing to marry, or, if married, unhap
py, apply anil be cured. Send etampt, ttallng
cat, No fee etked only aecure progreuei Alt
ilmtee of a delicati nature, arl,i,,a iro tt.
Peot
ol sotted ror t.cntr Sva eenu. Mcdloloca Isaltrarv
tort. CoDiullatloa frtt. roltftui o-iV
slstrt.
i .nnn t?pti7 a tt i mm u
A reward of Uno Tluiusund 1ollanl JmmU
will
uo iiiiKi lo any i nvnician w
will produce a medicine that will up
ply the wants oftho peoplo better thuu
tlui artlole known ns
.DR.P.FAHRNEY'S
I
CKI.RBRATKD
IHood Cleanser or Panacea.
It must beabeUerf'alliavtlo, a better Alters
tlvo, a hetU'r Hiidorlllo, a better Tonle, nnd in
every way bettor than the Piin-a-co-a. No
sialtcr how long It has been iu uae nr hnw
alely discovered. Above nil it must not con
tain anything not purely vegetable.
M0 It 1CW A It D 1 1
A reward of Flvo Hundred Dollar will ba'
paid for a medicine that will permanently I'nrn
more cases of Costlveness, Cotiatlpntlon, Hick or
Nervous Headache Liver Complaint, llllloim
Dlaorders, .ltnndlce, IthetimHtiam, nut, Dvs
nepaia, Chills and Fovor, Thpa Worms, Bolls.
Tumors, Tetters, Vleers, Bores, Pains in thee
Loins, Hide and Hoad and Female Complaints
than
DXl rAHRNIY'S
Blood Cloansor or Panacea,
which Is used mora exteiiKl vely by practicing
physicians tlian aiigt otbor popular mediciim
known.
ttrrrrpftrert hy P. Fr.hrney Proa.
V Co., VVnyticMboro, ra:, ntid Dr. 1.
I'nlirnev.ao North Oearbont Ht., Chics
ro. Price l,Sti per bottle for sale by
Whorvanluaitd Retail Deulei-. n,i
IJTtIK HlOie. 57-ly
THE I An eight nage, Uluslrii.
BRIGHT SIDHTetea'Ki
Om Dollar, ;rr;1!?'.i:r
A genu wanted.. T 1 1 is" premlunm or e:li mm.
missmns. Bay v hern ynti sw Ihls advertise-1
ntitnl. BKlCilll ultihkO.i riihllshei'N, Chicago
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