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tjc inquirer,
J. V. BOWEM, dior.
-r-trt: Civ.nd PtorV of PoWOU's
M iL iim. North SUt of Mii fcwt
(i.it Movie
Ms Arthur,
November t, 1871.
Meeting of the Democratic
State Central Committee
of Ohio.
The. members of tho Democratic -tnlttee,
ana th Deinorvntlc State Executive
Committee of Obio, will meet in Columbus, on
Friday, November 24, 1871,
. t 2 o'clock P. U. F.w:h member of the Com
mittee In cxpouteil to be present iu person If
possible or by proxy- buiiuoss of Importance
, is to bo trumpeted In relation to tho campaign
C. N. ALLEN, Chairman.
C. N. ALLEN, Chairman. Official Vote of Ohio.
The official vote of Obio on-
Governor, at tho election- held
on the lOtli tilt., as a-certaincil
in full on Friday last at the of
iicc of the Secretary of State,
at Colutr.bus, foots up as follows:
E.F.Noves, Rjp 233.273
r..W. ilUook, Dora 218,105
t.VI. Stownrt, Prohibition. 4,081
Xoyes' m :.J . over McCook . . 20.1G8
Jvoycs' mnj over both 16,001
The total vote on Governor
w 460,33-1.
liflft year tho Radical majority
for Secretary of State, was 17,
191. So it w to- le seen that
the great, corrupt, and high
taxation Radicals o( Ohio have
increased their majority in one
year only 2,105. Have they
anything to boast of? I'efore
the election they were boasting
. r '. it t'i . , l, ,.
mcau-jinswieouue nn .m
"Xew rtui-e by more
than 40,000 majonty.
Ohio was lost to the Democ
racy this year, aa it. jias been
tor the );ist four years?, by
Democratic voters remaining
at home. We have no pa-
tience with men who quielly
stay at home on election day,
without voting and then grum
ble the whole year at Mq-li tax-p-s,
Radical corruption, &c.
The same vote which Judge
Thurman received in 18G7
would have given us a majori
ty of 5,000 in the State.
Last year the Prohibitionists
polled iu the State 2,886 voles
this year 1,0S5 a
gam
.1,169,
The official vote of the set-
eral counj.es ofthe State upon
the.queslion of holding a Con-anco
st.tutional Convention s as tot-
lows:
Yes
1U() 41 ,
It requires a majority of all
the voles cast at the election to'
carry tho convention. There
were 3o7,080 afiirmative and
negative voles- cast, and 4430,-.
831 for Governor; 03,301' of
t'ie -voters who cast ballots for
Governor made no expression
on the Convtntion,. but they
:ue ncvcrtheleiSij counted a
j;ainst it. Subtracting the af
lirniative vote from the total
vote on Governor, we find the
1U,'T
ativc vote to.be 103,710,:
leaving a majbiily for the Cou-ie
of 72.)".. . i
rvi . 1 1. .
i no qiiesuon oi a onMitu-;
tional Couventiou having been
decided in the alUnnative, the
people should' take notice that
the most important bui jicss of
the Convention will, be in the
provisions reinilulinsf eornora-
tioiis and monopolies,- which I
now threaten to oat up the peo -
Mlfli iiVof liitia Juf itii 4l..i
I ' 1 nun Ativt ivxict) uon vv
ituthorit v of the State laws and
.i , i n .i
Mill hi r-Aii ii i'u vvlicilli- wi Inn 1. 1
; , ,"v''' J """l"!.3UU.
own Belfwb iiiteresU.. It i.'
jilainly to be seen, unless-j
a good and inoirrupliblu con
vention can b had,. the corpo
rations will own both the con
vention and the constitution.
The Legislature, at tile next
hcsslon, will no doubt, enact a
law ordering the election oi
Delegates at tho Spring Elec
tion; tothe Constitutional Con
vention the number of Dele
gates to be the Kune as the
members of the House of liep
itoenlatives. i
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Gen. llobert Anderson died
at Nice, France, ou the 20t-'i
lilt.. M'nl 00.
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Death of Thomas Ewing,
Senior.
The venerable Thomas low
ing, Senior, breathed his last,
at Lancaster Ohio, on I bur
day last, October 2(5, at 3
rtv.ir..L- in r m nfternoou. lie
had been ill some time of an
affection- of the heart, and his
death had been anticipated at
any moment for several days.
Mr. Ewing was surrounded by
all the members of his family
in his last moment.
The deceased was born iu
Ohio' county, Vn., December
28th. 1780. In 1792 the fam
ily removed to the region of.
the Muskingum river, in this
State, and subsequently to
what is now Athens county, O.
At the age of twenty he went
to work in the Kanawha salt
manufactory, where he labored
two or three years,, and earned
enough to pay for his father's
farm, and also to enable him
enter the University at Athens.
Tn these early years he had
been hi own teacher, in laying
foundation of an education; and
now that lie had entered col
lege, ho paid his way by alter
nating study with labor in the
salt works. In 1815 he grad
uated and received the first
degree ot A. 11. ever granted
by the Ohio University. Mr.
IOwing studied law at Laticas-
ter, O., was admitted to the
bn, ; 18l9, Rd l,y Lis ability
ft floirabin tice
Iu
1831 he was elected to the
United States Senate by the
Wliigs, and immediately took
prominent part in national
politics.
The deceased was one of the
fcw 8urvivi membe of the
old school of gentlemen and
statesmen, which is fast passing
away. Few men have seen so
varied, conspicuous and honor
able a imblie- career. He was
.1 . I-
oueor tne great men or ms;
State and1 nation, and as such
will be ever remembered.
Mr. E wing's funeral took
w
place on Saturday, at 11 o'clock
m., at Lancaster, l'romi
j nent gentlemen from various
narhj of f lip Stnfp. wore, iirnsmit,.
and thero ft nUeiul.
of lieIghbor3 and iutimate
.Mi Amon the pan beai.
were Gov. Hayes, Senators
"tr"u:iu mm l utu man, uuu
Judge Welsh, of the Supreme
Court. The services were con
ducted by tho liev. Father
Young, of tho Catholic Church,
the oldest priest in the State.
short address was delivered
by Archbishop Purcell, of Cin
cinnati. The services peculiar
that church were performed
the cemetery, where the
body of the deceased' was placed
beside that of his wife.
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VI
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This Cincinnati G-azette de
iiLfUs iu calling the Democrat-
lmrty ulxQ ovganiMd jgno
vcation rauce of the couutrv."" Can-
Warrants have been
is.ucd for. tho arrest of Brig
very ham Young and his som There
Ilot ,jie Gazette give us a chan
tor upon (i rant's "organized"
thieves and plunderers "of the
country..
Thomas llawkinn, the polyg
atuist, who has been recently
tr'lv ucl'0,'e Chief Justice Mc-
j1111 - tov "igamy, was con
victed and.contenceu last Sat
urday to imprisonment for
iiis r ma iu nt ii tf ft a f
inii.i; yi:iii.i iinu 1'iiy liiiv, ui
.. i '.
but little doubt but Grant
will pardon the Mormon lead
ers, after they have been sen
tenced,, just as ho did the
sainted C. C. JJotven, the South
Carolina Radical.
The Pittsburgh Post propo
ses the name of Col. Thomas
A. Scott, President oi the
Pennsylvania Central lUilroad,
Democratic candidate for
President of the United States.
Should 3Ir. Scott receive the
nomination lie would sweep
the country like a - whirlwind,
lie mav bo the only man that
can defeat Radicalism in I ST2.
Progress of our Railroad.
On the first page ot this pa
per will be found au article re
printed from the Gallipolis
Bulletin, from which our peo
ple can truly understand that
our Gallipolis friends are going
to work in earnest.
On Friday last President
V. II. Laxglky called at our
office and informed us that a
number of miles more have
been taken by parties in the
manner set forth iu the article
upon th j first page of -this pa-
per. as wc go 10 press, we
have received the Bulletin of
to-day, and in it we find the
following glorious news:
Those engaged in procuring
subscriptions to the 11. 11. Stock
succeeded very well during
the last week. We have not
learned the amount of cash sub
scriptions, but up to Saturday
evening they had' received sub
scriptions in work on the terms
heretofore noted, for between
21 aud 22 miles, which covers
very nearly all lying within
Gallia county. All that is
"uecessary now to insure success,
is for every man interested to
come forward and lend a help
ing hand.
This will leave about 18
miles between the Gallia coun
ty line and the end of the old
bed at Dundas "unprovided
for.'' Now is the time to ad
vnnce iu this matter. This is
an enterprise upon which de
pends iu a great degree the
future developement and pros
perity of the entire country
through which the line of read
is proposed, from Gallipolis to
Logan. Let no one act "old
fogyiih" about the work that
ought to be done forthwith.
Be not behind the times !
Don't staud back and wait for
somebody else to do all ! All
together along the line! Ifi
..,,'
juu vuii if ning nit uk'uij, j inn
work is just as good, and per
naps mucii ueuier. :u ikc prc-!
parations for grading one. tvo,j
three or four miles. P.irties'
- I. 1 . U ... 11 .
. ri .11: .
i'.su 111 111 tr: 1 i-nii iv lire
., ,r ;!
a (Tf ill U I I 1 1 f r 1. if II 11 Ifl'fllinfT o! I
the two unbroken miles ot the
rail roatl JIIIO UOrill and SOUUl
r,f f.. ... I...... ,.., .nf . I..
I'lvti I lt'l Vllv. lliili IU W I
taken in ea-h, and
the
OtllCr '
j
half in company's fctock
i-liln.
.
Hie Kadieal 1 ressare making
1.1 1 . .1: .e
yicitt oiuw ;ttiu msiiiiii-i
chisimj the inmates of the Sol -1
lier'sllome at Dayton. They
forget to tell their readers the
disfranchisement (if refusing
the ballot of a pcrs n not enti
tled to vote is disfranchise
ment) was the result of a de
cision of the Supreme. Court
of Ohio, every J udgc of which
was a Radical Republican.
.
'
lion. Garrett Davis, the able
Kentucky Senator, has deliv
ered at Louisville a Democrat-;
ic speech which may well rank
as tho crowning effort of his
life. Mr. Davis is inclined to
favor Mr. Fillmore for the
Presidency.
Official Vote of the 8th District
for State Senator.
Hero is the official vote of
this District for State Senator.
J. V. Stevens is the Democrat;
the other man is gXash. It
is the blackest vote to be found
in the State,. and there is not a
particle of doubt but all the
Africans in "the River Coun
ties" made theesult look so
black. Look at the figures.
Don't they look bad? God
have mercy on the poor men
oi this district:
Stevens. giSrnnh.
Gallia,
Lawrence,
Meig,
Vinton,.
UO.. 2175
1528 2151
1888: 2918
1470 1219
0,39 1 912(3
Maj., for Higher Taxes 2735
There are six thousand, three
hundred and ninety one voters
in tho district who differ wide
ly' with the Senator-elect from
this District. Quite a large
number.. They arc tired of
Radical rule, aud voted for a
chanae. They, voted for au
equalization of taxes. These
6.391 men- demand reform in
the admiiMSrtratiou. of public
ailrtiis.
WEST VIRGINIA ELECTION.
Overwhelming Victory for
the Democracy.
An election was held in West
Virginia last Thursday for del
egates to a Constitutional Con
vention, resulting, in an almost
unanimous triumph ; for the
Democracy. The Radicals
have carried only one out of
the eleven Senatorial districts
and have elected only.ll of
the 78 members ot whom the
Convention is to be composed.
The next Legislature will bear
the sume complexion. This is
the kiinrif ilews ttat will
come from all the Southern
States as soon as tho abomina
tions of martial law and-Grant's
bayonet elections are removed,
and in their place .we have
general amnesty and its natural
consequences pace ami quiet
ness. It is remembered that
West Virginia h a State in
vented by Abolition fanatics
daring the late war, to create
two United States Senators
and uumerous officers of that
faith. Now the State, is tor
menting its originator!. Wc
have one Senator now, and will
soon have the other.
Next Tuesday, the 7th,
elections will be held iu Imv
York, Maryland, Massachu
setts, Xew Jersey, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Virginia, "Wiscon
sin, Illinois, and Nebraska.
Married.
..,.!0lIIS0Sand. MilS 11A.NN1II J. ANTHONY.
On thflDtliof OctohPr, IS7I, in llnrrU n Town
bv A. (!. Wliott. Van , Mr. f-nvuKS r,
On tlio HtliofOetohor, 1H"I. in thesnmc town
.lilp.livtho mime, Mr. LtVI J. Tluxo' and
Mm Sknitii M. I! ay.
Our Vhw I.liit of
u t-f TrrTiyrTTTtvrca
ak adba W 1 AWifc sW aa a
Wrekly Enquirer,
Onorberur.; Aiirll lot, liflj. mimhei till pro
!nilnm..nf wliieh Jl IKK) U the Iiiircm ttml H the
fwet ill vtiliio. anil the t -trial uilno of nil i
' tt HHvlmeii eoi) of
ZViU Cincinnati HVi.Vy Inquirer,
With our l'ostw, Circular ami
piti-UWM PAMPJJLKT.
ci:v.ny $2 siib-oriirioeomoi paitjnipniit
iu iiiu uiaiiiouii'Miui our nreiiiiuiim. A(nre.-.ii
. . U . V t. l I . Ik' I1..I.H ..1
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Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICK Is hereiiy feiven that .lonnph M.
I'orcinan, AdiiiliilMriUnrofDaviil Foreman
ilreenioil, who, in hi. litclime, was Admlnls
trniorof Itohurt Wel.'li.ileiemeil. Iiss filed hi
K.-cuiint. In tin: said Omri an Administrator nf
mid Administrator l.ir llnnl feltlonient; ami
Unit the iniiirt ill he for liearlnjron the O.'.th of
November, lsfil, at 10 a. in,
. H. MAVO.
November 1. 1871 4. 1'roliKte JmlKa.
Road Notice.
NOTIOli in hereby Hint a pel II inn will be pre
Rented to the ( nnimiiliiiii'is of Vluton
eouiity. Ohio, at their next retfiilar session in
lieeemher, ItTfl. praj injr fur tho o.tiilillshn.iMit
of n county road al ng the fiillnwlnir route, u
wit: Iteirin'ilnmita pninton tlioeounty rot.d
running pR.t the CcntcnnrY Meeting Houn at
or near said house; thence ioulh nr neiirlv to to
the line lietween John 8 Hawk 2d mid Marirar.
t Puiiklo; thrneeenftt with enld line in ur ui
may he practicable fur good rosil to or near
an oak tree; thence In n Miiitii-cutrrlv direc
tion pnst two (ink tree to or near a miiir tree
on tbe line between Murfrnrct Himkle and Hen.
ry t est o.itiilienoiioiitli w lih mud line or neur.
J so to a emu tree; thence In a Kmilh enslcrlv
direction lo a ifiun tree Hour the line between
WllllHm Herron and Henry WesfoKl: thence
In r south-easterly dlrcetion over the neuresl
and bent route U a point nusr two lieeeh trees
on trio enunt v rood lunntna: eml mid wett thro'
the lands of J.aFn.vcttr Dunhle, and there to end.
November 1.1R7I "It
S vmuel . Case's Mutate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
MOTlCEIs hereby given that William Uol.l,
XI Adinlnistrstor.il tho Kstnto of annunil O
l iwj, has tiled his ftcrnunu v illi said etnt.i In
the I roiiuto Oourt furlliutl seltleinnti snd that
the mme Is set for hearing on the It&th day of
November, l7l, at ltlo'clurk A.M.
Noveinbfrl.lt7ll . PrultaiaJiulgn.
I'H.CIWJK-B W1NEOFTAP. will cure your
Dyspeps.a.
TAKE lr. Crook's W.ns of Tar if tour
Btomneli is out ol order.
TAKK trnos's Wiae ol Tr If joa
Kisb jour A.iiims oursd.
TAKP! Pr. Crook' Wine of Tsr to strengi hi
sad build up your sy.ioio.
TAKE Dr. Coos's Wins of tsr If you feel
Wk snd liebiliiaUd.
TAUK Pr. rmok's Wiasof Tsr if you We
ft Cbronio C'pugli you wind cured.
TAKK Dr. Creek's Win of Tsr fur Itron.
ohitis.
, TARR Hr. Trunk's Wine af Tsr a o
lisvs the Idv.r Ceaiplsint.
TAKR Pr. Oroek'i Wloe af Tsr If you bus
Urinary troubles.
TAKK rr. Cronk's Wins of Tsr for your
Throat er Luug Ailintnl.
TAK K Dr. Crock's Wins of Tsr if you wish
to t lifsJiby, for tale by Druggtsts si.ry.
tier.
In
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THE r
tn eight page, llluslra-
BRIGHT SIDE 1
ed, weekly far yottnapmi.
de. - Itest. periiinst. nno
hnanest in tlio World
On ft Poll nr,
.1
roi ll.'lllIP uvt. iiimk.
ATnTsvTaTnTTaige premlinnR or essh eom
missions, Rnr where ytu saw this advertise
merit. BKlUllTrilUh: CO., PulillilisrH.dhicsgo,
H-ly
A N T K IH - A E 1 X !
'IO sell SRvernl New Patented Articles which
X huvennt yet. been lBtrniliieed, huh wnie.n
can ho sold In evory house In city or country
Agent! whusre nt, work arooloailng from 15 Ic
li&sduy.
Tor descriptive rlreulrand termstn Agents
address .1. I,. Ut.NN fo.
lii'sler ;n Patent" nnd gcnls' isuppltcs.
dnj . SixtnSi , I'lltburgh,Pi
jujrtriiisr
m tt us Xa o. re1"?,
Wholesale Dealer In
Staple and Fancy Notions.
JVIy stock is now complete for Fall Sales, and
not at the high prices some parties have antic
ipated paying.
The average price all through is much lower
than the Fall of 1870. A small advance is
charged only on a FEW good.
i&y: liue our
WOOLEN HOSIERY, DOMESTIC NOTIONS,
DUCK GOODS,
I commended to your ESPECIAL attention, Also a good assortment of Imported
Gorman 1'ancy (ioods, Blank Book,
generally kept in Notion House, for sale
time buyer, or cash In hand, a discount
CHILLICOTIIE, -
September 1st, 1871.
o:f i87i.
TIES AND SCARFS,
Spool Cotton, Wall Paper and everything
at moderate adtKRce pil coat to short
alls-wed.
OHIO.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.
Here is
A CHANCE TO MAKE $2,000!
rplIE subscriber offers to Hell two of the best
A upland Farms in Soiithejn Ohio for two
thousand dollars Ices than their cash ruination.
Having lost nil my horses, email grain, and
farming utensils by Are, 1 will sell both of my
r,irin. numieu near lincnaunn, stub iimuiv,
Oiiio, with
Corn Crops Included,
tower thn eu ho boiiK'it anywhere cast or
west. Furthor Batticniunny canine on
J. M. UlLLllonSB,
41.4 ' Buchanan, IHke l'n O.
ootini! istoil ""P o..)(ij joj iooy u!(uj
jo iIiu.h cuuoduioj ,vtuj -ia ail VI
MAOtUrfi t.iidiuij jiivm not J iouji eioj
;o diuiB ptmoduiuo i.uojo ufl aHVi
' -uuoi fin tn n.iojno jo; norj enoj)
f OOJiy uuoduiu3 s.nuoJi) -JU.aHVl
11 loa 'OT.IOS p0 im( riot joon .wj
o dnjip uiimluio i.xoojq -iq aMYl
-Ulna t(i jo eeusiid imios joou oioj
JO diuifc) punodiuoa ,JooiO ajivx
(iijMn8oj iubia!7 inoi jiiooji sipj
je diuXy punodmoa ,ioojo nvvi
Tpq J uoiiipnoo pijdip v uo tni
Tilt ofcHmn Xde savu nol 11 'ioo eof
;o diMl-g fonoduioo S.oui,) -jq aHYX
'poora jno emroo oj io"ji 6moj
jo dnjCg I'lmodujo-j s.huojj -ja aHYJ,
armui J.igun poo;( pmi uw
Jliytnq eqi hi yw 'ouu toj 10 uoii jii
lli.jd .llll.l.f, .X HM MUKIIIOJ til KHf
DIl. CKOOK'S WINE OF TAK I
If s I'reparstinn which
TH BOAT bns U-en tried by the
inilillc for ti n )nrs, nnd
AM proveil irseU' in Itina.
K inds of ciini'8 espableof
;i.'XJS. i-urinif nil dlrap u the
Throat and Lung.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TARt
Is the remedy to u
COVCillS for Ohronie CiVilsbs, t
Coughs and Colds. It
AXD promptly ciirfs them nil.
lias cured cases of On.
CONSt'StPTIOS'.ruinption pronounced iu-
eurslle by phj-ni. imin.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR I
Jim mired sonw.v i n.es
of A.thiini ond Uidiu tu
tu, thai It has been 1T.
nnnmied a epo-HbJ lor
tlic-c eoniil.uiil.. If ii.
tticled. will vou let mvht.
ASTHMA
AND
ItnOXCIIITIS.dioe preieitt you troin
lieing cured also?
DR. CROOK'S W INE OF TAR !
Beiinrutes nhd luvigor.
stes tho cntirn syleni,
Pk.KIi.fTT.
snu rspiiiiy restores 1 1
I. nunted Ktrcngih. The
very remedy for the weak
sun uei. nin'eu.
DR. CROOK'S W INE OF TAR!
licsiores the Appetite,
strengthens the Stem
A7Pff;TITK. aeh, iflKXi'S the liivcr,
mid puts tbniii innnrltr
causes the fugd tn Im.-si,
llYSrtPNl.tjiiid mskes puie blood,
removing TvpepsiH,lu
digention, 4 1'.
DR. CROOK'S WIN E OF TA R !
Its soliou on the I'ritmrj
iii'U13 nre Imth prompt
sna marked. It stiocced.
DII'nKTIC In reprnduoing lbs uiiri.
ury kr.retioiis ht-n oth
er powerful d 1 u r o 1 1 c s
have failed.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TARt
llns vegetable mgredi.
ents of tin loubtsd Ton.
Jo value, nomlsued with
IT Ih
tlio rich niwiieiiwl (iiali.
ties of 'Isr contained ij,
i-.svii''1' which nmke ii I n
1.1IV.UlOIlt t,yM9 0M ia
the market.
DR-ICROOK'S WIN E OF TAR I
Rrokeit
dona
Conalltatlona.
(lives tone snd energ) to
lcbilltnled Constiim mis
and sll recovering Ironi
nnv illness will find it
Uie Ilea. Tenuie they
oan Inks.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TA1H
IXdlcste Femsles who
hsveno appetite, always
cllencl'ciiuleasiitrering,sii I never feel.
lug well, ahnuld tsks It,
to gt strong and healthy
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR t
liemoves pniu in Breast,
fi.leor Hu-k. Is a must
I.IYI'.U; eltn'tivs Kegiil.it.n-oi tbr-l.m-r,
eiirliig Jaundiue,
or any l.ivor Couipbiiut,
Dlb CROOK'S WINE OF TARt
Use ninde uisnv penoni
strong sul healthy stio
had teen unable 10 work
or walk Inr years.
U should lie l:nrs irerbrr
BVTItfcSUTII
-AMD
ii i'i 1 y haute, snd its lifr-giving
UM"''"'io pioperlies tried by -njl,
DR. CROOK'S M INE OF TAR !
A Curd to tho LadleH.
TIZ. IDUPOlsrOO'S
Criolden Prrfodical rills
FOB ITM: A-TjJSQ.
Injlitltiblt in carrerriig Irrtgvlaritltt, fitmnrlnf
Olttrvrliont qflh tfnulMi 7'Wo(, fimn
vhnttirr inutt.
They novor fnfl, nd may be flenondi d upon
every etiso whore the monthly ilow lias been
obstructed through eold nr disease, WI'OS
CO H GOLDEN 1 nlwiiR give immcdlut
rollof. bi'liiuesui'i'lnlly tirepMredfor iniirrleil la
dles. A'lady writes 1 "llupoiieo's Ooblen Villa
relieved tne 1 si owodsy, without Hieonrenleurii
like tnnirle," 'i ha cinni'liis nre nut iid In Anrae
ITsils) Antes eimtutnliiK donble the riiiutititv of
rum, aim upon rnen box you win nnn my "Pri
vate u, 8. RoveiiuoMtanipi" upon the stnnil) see
tbe words DllpoNl .() H (iDI.KEN PIMJS.in
WKUt LtlUrt, without Hint. A'ons nr (irvuint.
Jltiumbu; the"e7siins"lo III the H site hexes,
Full and evnllolt dlrectioni accniiinniiv caoli
hog. Price tl pr box U lioxea ". Kobl lir one
ruggisiiu every town, cuy, snaviuuge iu uie
world.
Bold laMcAMlnir, hy 9. IT. trSfiOX, Pruafht
I.AIMKSt Ity sending him 1 through tho
ll.l.ll.... I l.ln. .... I...... .1... 1,111.
H.viii,,..,.,,,,.,, .mv,r,i.v,.n.a ii--..-. ... . in.
sent (ejinflclcnllally.l by mail loony part -of the
countrj-, free of postage.
Hold, also, by- .lolm Pi-rUlnl, Alhom, and J. 1).
rrk. Oinelnnsti. t.
H, 1). 1H)W K, hole Proprietor, New York.
ARKER'5?
cunTriiRnr
Haw 7nrk Offlea, 27 BEKKM4N" ST,
A Gl- Yl 1ST
AWanfed'to obtain suhierlptlons
forTiic National Jcwhnai,, the
Clicapust wouklv In North Amer
... m... . .in ni
.u,umin inuiia. ti ..riu 111 ns vi
excellent l-vnciing mat ter, and on
ly II per year. J.lbernl eonimls
sions paid Ageuta. fpleudid pre
mium.. The paper Is devoted to
Mtersturo,Tttmpcrnnce, Morality
snd Uivnlty.
Published at i7 Washington Street, New.
York, by J. D. Konissox dt Co. Specimen free
CUNDURANGO!
Bliss, Keene & Go's Fltf Extract,
Tlir. WON'PKUFUL EEMKDV J'OK
CANC'KIt. SVPIYTMH. RCROT'I.XA. VL
CKKS, N I.T ItHKl Jl and AI L OTI1KK
CHUOMtl 1SI.DOII 1HSEASK.3.
I'r. P. T. KEKS'K bavtng just returned from Ec
uador snd hmiucht with b tin s qus- tity of Hi. gtn-uln-H
i'liiidiirmigo Urk, secured tlirmtifb the
ullii-tsl reeninniondatli.n snd Milsfaaee of His Kx"e.
Icncy Ilia Pre.ldont of Ketimlor, snd the Governiiii'nt
uf tl'st Kipillilic, we sro prepsrrd to 1111 orders for It
tn a Hmtttid extunt, und st n price shout one-ipisrter
of tbut which thu enst ol tho first very small supp'y
ronipcllfil u 'n chirp.
Our I'luld Extract Is prepared from the yi.ie
Ctinrtuwmgo Bark frdin I,njs, Kcunilnr, seemed
by ssiit 'tsnci nf the su'horilles ot liint countrv .Hold
by nil prncEists In pint ho'tles.baTlnron thfin nur !
name, trsih- inSrk snd full direct tin fur use. Pr.ce,
W. l.a'irstury No. t:il Cedar St.. New Yn-k. '
KilSS, KKENK A- f. j
T) W. Hii- M. 1).. Wssldngton, P ; 7.. E. I
runs. M. U, i.ew york; V. V. Kbi;sE, M. 1)., New
York.
WILL. M. CARLETOX,
AUTHOR' OK
"Uetsty and I arc Out,"
EDITS AND WBITK9 FOR TIIK
DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
Tl.A Vt,.. rkiw'l.i Xsa'arssirs... I.. ...a, 0,.s.n.s.
vr. St'iiU t'nr AcfAtw irpv nnd Iiih riivuliir.
II 1(1 I'M 1 llJj J 11 I Dl'1,1 JTt a Ut'lHUI, .11 IC II
EVERY FARMER
Is invited to send lit) address snd rncelvo Free
and Postage 1'uid s copy of ttis
American I'arm Journal
Tbe ni "t I'rsith'nl, tbe Best and Chenpcsi Illu-tis-e
Asricii'iiirsl paper m tlis United eilBtcs. On j
!.' routs pvr year, Pend fur s speelnien coin'
AddroM M1LI.R1I, Lt.CKIC A. O . '
'1 oil do, (llllo.
11Anrttn iior.SEHtii.n magazine it
VlUiJUO offured fnr during th" coining year;
to cvcri-subscrit'cr of MerrvV Mil etnn, Ibo 'lolt'd-j.
Hln-ie,' Bom -roy's lie.ninerat, etc.
inliic'i is 111 , vld.'iie ot l'l wurth sod p-iputar-.ty. :
Hoyden Orerb-v, .tainrs Pnrton, 7'liciolie TPMi, ,
na!7T:Mo'ltr, inTTvri'O f.r every iiumber
in cTnliblng It offirl 'three fir.-l elsts periodical' for
the prlca of tlioin. A variety of I'n ii'lipns on
'isllj liheral terms. It la sn original, ltr'-eles
Ms-s:!ii.. Volume X bejrins with January Is7. '
Tlir-e ipeelnien eoiiles trc. A u.lrses '
."s. S. VOl, Ni wburgli. N. Y.
rpUE oldei't and most rcl ablo Institution. fr ob
A taiiiti g s Mercsiitlle Education.
1'raetinl Biislnoa men si Inslriii'tora.
l'or iiil'oriiiutlon write for s i-lrnnlnr to
P. 1)11 KK A HONS, PI Isl.iirnli. fa.
THE NEW
Wheeler & Wilson
hkwino
A II I IV E .
Wm. Sumner & Co.,
ICINCINNATI.
I AND AM,
Cities and Towns IntheKlaUi
rolleited by MINN &
t'O. I'ubllsliera Krleiilifle
Aiiu-rlcan, t-i l'.rk liow, S.
Twentv-flvf years' experisne.
Painphlots coots niiiB I'a nt l.awi, Irh full di
Kvtlnns how If. obtslti iaients, fro
A bound volume in IP! Jiages, cimulnliig the Nsw
Ceusiis bv eoiinllvs sod all luigs elies, lid Engra
viii(i.iif Mi-i-liiilii'.l Movemems, Patout J.sns snd
rule, for ob siiilu-f l'uleu s mat'ed vn rivse pt of .'
cents.
The CONGRESS .ARCTIC..
KTlioBE8Tvlnlcr0VER8IIOKt
v NO IJUCKLE8 to break!
NO TU0CDLK to pill on t
Ncat.Geirtcei.Sty.liib!. ASK TOl'R 6SI0E DEALER FOB IT t
IT1I EiIDGK1
XX FLINT GLASS
LAM? CHIMNEYS
s
Stand Heat Hotter than any other made.
Ask Pie lithndso's sad Isks no- oiner.
Wop that our name Is on every hi.
DITUKIDQ S SON, PittaWels P.
BtiHend for I'rle List
HO. WE WILL PAY 130.
Agenti f8ft-per week tn sell our great snd vslusble
dlirovsiies. If ytm want perminent. Iionor.ilde soil
plcsssnt wnik, pnly for particulars. Addre s in Mi
a CO., Jaekion, Mk-h gall.
S2.f
K 1 A MONTH! Horse furnished. Kxpbu-
- . .. . , . . i m. r i .1..
w nes piuu. ii. n. pit a iv, aihuii, nm,
A VOI U y.lACHH.-A'vletlin nf early Indliwie-
t in ii. emiilng nervous dvblllty, premaiun. de
eay, etc., having tried In vain every sdveriiie I rem.
edy. tins discovered R shnp'e inesns of self-Hire,
which be will send to Ms f dlow-siitf -rers, Addre.i
.1. II. UKHVt-t, 7 Nsssss Street, New York,
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
IS) TIIK THIATMllNT it
cnnoiTia & sotal diseases.
A Physiological Tlaw of Marrlkge.
Ins ohespest nook evor puhll.hed enntslnlug
nearly three hundred pig's, snd one liiinhred snd
thirty Mnr plains lid sngrsvlngs of the snitoniy of
the hsiiian orgsni iu I st"e of lieslfh snd dlsrssu,
with a trrstlae on early errnrs, lis deplnrslde eonse
qsiences upon the mtnd and body, wllb the author-!
plan of treat int nl His only rational snd sueeoseful
m'Nle of cure, si shown hv s report of rusel In-s d,
A truthful sdleer to Ilia insrrli-d snd those eontmi.
plnlliig msrrlsiie. who enterl sin doubts of their phye
I. al condition. Heht fresof postage to sny sddress.
on rtcelnt of twenty llvs cents In Hemps or posts!
mirreniT, by tddreasiiif la. I. A t'l:l, No. HI
Mshliin't.n. Albsnv, M. Y. The sullior tnsy lis
e..tm1ieil upon sov of the dbsn-es upon wli'nh lite
hook lieiu.,.iiltlief pi;innii!ly or he ma I, and nifdo
elni'f lent to sue prn of Hie world
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di itpDst.Al4:empltsri. li.lt.
til.; ... .Wir d. .Mr.
Eiri.KS, SHOT OCN9, JIEVOLVEHS
Dun rtiatorlsls of ovurv kind'. Write for Print
I, lit, toOreat W.Mitero "tliiu Works, Plttsburch,
Pa. Army gunsHud Re Vol vent bought' or tra.
i led lor. Agents wanted.
(8 tnfIS dsllv essil' made. Prnfltpbla snd re
prciablc bniliicss. A Utile noslty wsofrd by every
liiidy, ,Vui!C' iui-s. 8end itsuifi "fur elrciilsrs tie
Ohurcldll A Tiiiipletott, Msnul'i, M6 Drosd'y, N. T.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
CRUMBS OF COMFORT,
$10 from 50s
FREE"! 3 Months on Trial!
. flrst-clJ.3 ltfle quarto J mrnnl, 04 onlurtin-. Ulus.
tratsd. ..rnevVrf..r jl eenta. with beand lee
ures, t'v Seines Mc.i..h, O. B., 1. 1. I, snd K. .
Ilsvi'n 1) l. 1. 1. 1.. M litem urns. 'Bend nm and-iddrv-s
l l'EOl'l.lCBMOtntNAL.Cincinnstl, Ohio.
T1IEA.-NECTAK
18 A PURK
BLACK TEA
with tlo c?'i!u 7Vn 7eor.
Warrsnted to snlt sll tsstes.
For tu U ersrvtoAsi-s. Asd for
sslo wholesale only by tks
OKEAT ATLANTIC PACIK.
10 TEA CO.. 8 Church Si., N. T.
P. O. Box bTiM. Bund for This
Nectar Clrculsr.
WANTED Ade'STS, '890 per esv)ta ssltikr
nolvknteil IIOMK r)ll (ITTLE BKWIKO UA
CHINE Has the midiT-foed, inskes the "lock stitch"
(a'lke, on both aidesi snd is fully licensed- The best
snd cheapest family (tew eg MaeMne in tlis msrk.t..
AiMi'sm. Johksos. Clakk II ('" , Huston, lists., Pitts
huwb. Ps . Ohloaso. III.. orSt.Loiils, Mo.
i
Rtlleted sad Carsd by Pr. fthsnma's Psl.at ApsUsose sat
Compouiet .- nm... SST Beosilwrny. If. T. aeofl f.r tmtt
srltli pbotoxrtpAlc Mk.n.ia.. tffcuM b.fr sn4 ..Ifff .aur.. t s
tb. H.nr; Ward B4.cl.ur cut, UtHr. ..4 norUftlk Bcr. .f
lr.velluilvipo.wrfl, wboprsUDjd UlsribMl AMislAl..f&r.
SlIISBAS. 11. hu 0. A4IQIM.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE YEAR
of battj.es, ivr
History of the
Oinnsn
W'sr; sod
The lied Jiebcllibn in Parity
Aeemate.rrdisb'e end . oniplete, tn English snd fJ-r-msn!
4ti.0lSi Copies slresdysiMl. Pries S 10. Ad
iht'tJ GMX'prtr Emnirr Am, Hap and fit'
tui s K-nae, t hicapo or St. I.' U'S i
"jt has thc4vUmt ana nrrcklac
asrsnM
I.km Wsur, sad l
tAftZ
tlcmaa. auld If rusrli
aad isealcra I PKlTrilMMl'i.
"IWMiT. "
The Foe of the Chnrch
JXD JlF.VVKtXC.
Wlni it l-is o-e. tf I: it rtnlng si'd ' st it
means 10 .li Its pmir. d.iniiBin, infi ll! liny,
fisiuls, mlicta, mirse'es. filulstry, eererMllnns s.ai-l-
Jo,g erlme. snd NEW YORK RIOTS.
-end for circular. Ailuress PKtVPf.B'S 1'V'LIPII
' (NO t r. I'-5 Ssce rt , rfiirtimsti, Ohio. l-4w.
WELLSr CARBOLIC TABLETS,
For t'nugfis, of its and Haarscness.-
I.n.yi t.ik ........n, 1.A A .trl 1.1 f-ftmlllf...-
Iinu with other uti-J -li'tit remedies, in popular
t'oiui. fortheCoicol aHTllKOAT and LUNtr
Discuses,
H'iAllerKiS unci t't.fll-.ltATIOS of tho THROAT
sin iiiinuMlliitelv relieved, snd sliitetnetitJ ui
eoiutaiiilv being sent tothe prop-rletor of relief-
In ..w ..i 'I I. ...... . Illll, miIiIam ,r ..u .tuniltoi..
fit If'I'inV I "' I'i' deceived by Worth--WrtUllUA
less luiiiiitloiis. Oet only
Vl-.tKu1 i .rlw.l i. T-.li! nil. l-ric -K cpnlh ncr It -X
.lUINl. IvlJI.l.ttlitJ, Piatt SI..N Y.r
Send fori liYular. a.e Agent for the V. 8-
illTD IX TI o.v or PKICES
TOUONFOIIM Tn
SEDUCTION OF DUTIES.
i&EEAT SAVING TO CONSUMER!?
ItYtiKTTfXt! l'l' ( Ll'BS.
end li.r our Neu Price l ist and a f'lub
form will sccoinpany it. containing full cUrre
: tlmis making a lare. sv fner ii.ccmiiumers and'
reiiiunerative tor lnh irgani.rs
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO-
ill A 81 Yi sev Street, Kew York.
P. O. Box t.ttia.
St1 fUtA flit 'l-st'o hl O MONTHS ly
1 jVW.vv one ng.-nt canvassing for
' THE GUIDE BOARD."
ttv It, W. W. 11 At.!.. ,IV"'t W.nf.if. If. N.
McKlNNET A I'd.. Id North Mi Street. Phllsdel--
Ps. -tl-t.
AKf " -tvTvrKD 6k"tHK
iSTORY OF THE
I eon's'm ow-r 150 engravings nf t!at(
Xr. in s snd ii'C d ni' ot the W ar. nnd I the ol
1'TI.L. AUTIICNTIO snd lirFleilAI. hWory it
that great i-oiidli't. A-'iis sir inel-nv w ih us
preceilenied su cess felling fn ns 20 to 40 ei.pl. s prr
'Is '. s:il it is published la l o.h tngll.b sud Oir
men. ntllTinil Inferior hls'orlss nre being elreu'n.
UMU I lUrl ted. e,-e Unit ili.i hook you hi:
ToiitaioS 1.1) Ahe engiavings nnd eJoO
pites
;es. hei.il-
tor circul.'i'ri A see our terms, and n fu'l ilescrfpttnn--r
the wort. Addreai, :HT(rNAI. PniUSIIINO'
CU', t'hleSirw I I , tliile nnatl, (rh o, or Bt, Lou I, Ms.
ok A Wanteds
Foil TWii NHV AM) POri'I.AR WORKS,.
KNOTS' UMTIED
Or.Twt Hii'nKs l ire. Aviiunin lirrixuvia,
showing b'iw the peipntrslo s of iiitfehlef and oul
rate are brought to J.nt ee. anil dlacliutng th whole
Doleqih. sisism. '.'0.0 O ccpies aold ln 30 divjs;
A WOMAN'S PILGRIMAGE
To the HoLV I.Nrn by Mr. 8. M. Orlswold I k
latest w rk of this popular sinhnn..., dsn Internal lug:
nnristive nf h.r t ximrlences dur ng s tour tlirousn
thr,in;h l.nrope slid t lie Kilt. In iftmpany witk'
-M,.rli Twain" snd tb.i ' tjnsker Oliy party," A
hs'iib-oioe voliinoi, fnllv lllualis vd, Wt oiler ivlrs'
t.-rms snd pretohiius tn Ageiiis. trtnl fo Clrilrsii
J It BCUK, HYIlKJb Ol, llarifoivl, tlonn. 41-lw
JURUBEHA.
It Is N IT A'PirVsiO-n is NOT whst It pop.
nlnrly eelleil n lift I'KHS, imr la It Intended as
sneh. IT JM A HilfTril AMKKIUAN plant that,
has boen used for iiianv yesis by ibe ninlienl f Tulty
nflln.se eonnlrles with wonderful eflleaev. and s's"
s I'tWPKrTr', ALTKHATtVlCand UNKQUAtKlv
I'l'UlriKK KK'l HK III.UOI) and Is s Htirs snd
I'erfee" Ituiuedr fur ail lleases of the
14V KU sn l Wl.r.CV. FNiAIW5F.MKNT or OR-
KH:i:cni)V oi rs'Ti'hTiNKs, uniNAnY.rTK-i
lilNK. or AnDOMINAI, (UiUANft, POVffltTV'
or s WANT nf lll.O(l. INTKISl ITI'KNT nr
Kb'M 1TTKXT FKVKK8 INFLAMMATION
ot i o I.I V K I! , IltOP Y. HI.U41 0 lll f!IK
liri.ATION of tbe 111)01), AH(!K8eVo f
'ri!Mii:;.lAH.Sni(:K ACKOKITT.A,f
PVKPI'1'81 A: A-CH'K A I F.VF.R
tilt TIIK1R (JOS Com TANTH.
R. WF.LLH'EXTKAT OT .Jt'lO'Hr.H A''
Is i.frVrrd to the pnb'te s s great tnvlgia-iter snd-'
remedy for sll liuiiiiltleaof II, blood, or for or.
gsole wenhnoss with their sttondsnt sv.. Vf
lbs foren.lng cnmplslnli
Ii enuflrtentl;- recommended tn every fimlly sis
hoiiai'huld romedy, snd should be freely til.rn In all
dersngemenls of tho Syilem, If g'ves hesllh, viref
snd tone to all tbe vital forces, soil snhnstui nnd
foriln-.a sll weak and I.vmpliatie teniperamenta. .
JOHN Q Kl I.l.OHf), g Piatt Htn-el, Nnw York
Me Agent fsrtlie Cnlled SisUi.
I'rlns ftns Dollsr perbolllci rend lor Clrculsr,
Ate Ciwilpls.
Ae"'tJ, we will nsy you f I" pr w.ek In (Vsh, if ym
will Mg" with ui s' n i- I.tertih'tg hirsphsd
sre ! n-e- psld Addt -i I-' A ;i!l.-t A i'o i',r-
latle. l eh.
n WAP IM EUROPE

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