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PUBIiMHEO KVHKY WKTWKBriAY HY
T. BoWon,
KDIrOIt AND PROfKlBTOK.
MATTERS HERE AND THESB.
Por Fine Perfumery, go t'6 Sis1
'on's DrugFtor. .
ForAyer's Medicines, go to G,
W. Sissoa's.
eva-non iiilviarliipmcnt of Itr BuOs' PUpen-
yur. hoadud Honk fur the .Vlllluii HA RRIA OK
by Mil I ..
Tub distillery of Hon Janios Km
milt, tit 'Wnvovly, works up 00
bushols of Corn daily.
One of tlTo Circlcville fathers had.
10 foot a bill of 175 for ft silk dress
for his loving daughter.
Our neijiliboring town of Jack
son is putting on moro airs! A Na
tional Bank 1ms been established
there.
MrjWIiLlJLBIUJUMLII HI
The Luniuic! Asj'lum at AtlienR,
when comjdeted, will bo' 708 fret
long, three and four storied high,
aud contain 400 rooms.
G. W.Vitr of Miiton township.
'Jackson county, has boon appointed
one of the School Examiners of
Ihat county, (root) appointment.
We learn that Joromiah RittclifT
'of Eiir'a township, iost his pocket
hook a few days riiro, containing
$200 in money, utid a liu'mlmr of
illieoks nnd.nolps.
Saiiau lli'.naoi,r, vifo ofVVi!li:un
Hen-old, liviiii on Monday Croelc.
Athena couiily, died of cdnsunip
tTou , on tlio 13lh irist. , aged 63
years.
The Lntrnbo Furnace", in jiioksnn
'county, will ro into blast in the
"cpriii.;;. Hon. It. S. Uuiidy, the
proprietor, wishes t employ wood
'chopper.
Two n umbers 'f a new paper.
fostablUhcd ,'.t Chillicotho. O.. en
titled the &i.iito 1 ' 7 Wlmvi
been roceivi'.l at this ofiSeo. It is a
very hont If ok i nir it
DKi-E.MBKii. This nioulli is the
)at of tho yerir 1S71. The next is-j
fno of (his paper vi!I lie hi the, iicw
oar.
''!"iti T-i -u-i!v5'.i' 1 yfrv.
In I h.i lavv r-:!5iii'ftr..
W'lrM I !i v I ' i'H.nl II e;!i nf n-vuli-r,
l.iki' Ilia !i rlit nf n full In ? n air
11f,nkv Ci.kic, of this township,
Si denier in fine cattle, is the owner
if t wo yoke of oxen, which will out
weigh any other oxen in tho coun
ty. One pair weigh 4.0;);) aiid the
other o,60;). Who can beat il? ' '
i wnh rwn ii rwr uni inmiium
FnoM tbo Circ'eville )(,')0i,n7(' we
warn that Isaac liEORiiB, of Pickn
way county, died on ihe Hist inat,
iiged 06 years, lie was one of tile
oldest citizens of th;tt county, lie
was a brother in-law of T. B. Da
vis of thi town.
vncmooiraaEiBi
Tiis weather, during past of hist
week, was intensely cold, Wednes
day night in particular tho ther
mometer making 22 degrees' below
fcero at daylh ht Thursday morning.
About two inches of snow fell Tues
day, but on Saturday a slight rain
bausod it to disappear;
Store liouse for Sale or Kent
nt Zaleaki.
Tho undersigned intendi lb sell
br ront his House, at Zaleski, uaud
tin a Drug Storo, on any acceptable
torinu: A stock of genuine Drugs
nnd other merchandize to bo sold
either in whole or in part at cost.
Apply to
E. WAGNER, Zaleski 0.
Every Attorney, justice of the
Peaco, Constable, Township Clerk,
br any orio else, in this or any other
county, can bo furnishoif with
blanks and blank books' of any de
scription, at the Enquirer printing
office, HcArthur, Ohio, at vory'low
pricos. Printed Dockets Civil and
Criminal also for sale; .
Is it not about time a now order
of things wero boginin to dawn
upon JMcArthur? She has slept al
tnbst as long as "Rip Van Winkle."
She ought to rub hor eyos, stretch
hor stiff limbs, and in a bewildered
way begin td look about to see what
should' be done- The Railroad
should bo completed first. All the
towns aroiin4 McArthur.are wide
awake.
Tiie editor of the Waverly Re
publican, who owns an old 'hoss'
which he calls "Old Ton Thousand,"
worth about 54 cents, is happy now.
Like most of tho Radical editors,
ho has been honored by Grant with
an office, lio Is) Deputy U. S. Mar'
Bhal of Pike connty. llow Grandl
A few days ago he arrested two of
his fellow-citizens on a charge of
wholesaling boerona retail license
and illicitly distilling whisky; ,
Impertant to those Buying
land Selling Lands.
Ario havo been requested Ivy Audi
tor W. V. OELPORii td call theat
tentionof thoso who buy and sell
lands to the following part of Sec.
13, of an "Act prescribing tha do.
tie's of County Auditors," to bo
round on page 6-i of Swan's Stat
utes: "When the transfers of any land
6r town lot, or any part thereof,
shall 'boeoine necessary ly reason
ofnsnlo or conveyance by deed,
and such conveyaneo blihll be for
tho entire tract or lot, or part tiioro
of as charged On 'duplicate, such
transfer shall bo made by the county
auditor upon prcBcrttalio'rt ot such
dcd, by the purchaser or bis agent;
and in case fetich conveyance shall
bo for less than the whdia tract or
lot, or part thereof, as charged on
tho duplicate, said county auditor
shall transfejthe name, whenever
tho seller and purchaser shall agree
thoretbVn writing, signed by them,
or personally before tho auditor
sIihII ngroe upon the amountof val
uation to be transferred therewith;
but if the seller arid purchaser can
not agre'6. ub to tho iiriiount of val
uation to bo transferred, the auditor
shall place sul-h pdrtibn of lalid 'or
lot on the list, to bo by him mado
according to tho 13th section of this
net, and tho Value thereof Shall be
ascertained by .tho assessor, in the
same time and. manner of other
hinds containod in said list."
The act authorizes county audi
tors to cancel all fraudulent trans
fers. . .
Wit havo received a copy of
Tick's Illustrated Catalogue for
1872. It is the most extensive arid
comp'cto catalogue printed oh Iho
continent, containing a photograph
of J am ks Tick, Esq., whose energy
and taste is illustrated by his im
tnaiisu establishment in 'Rocnesler,
N. Y. Sco his advertisement in
this paper. Every person desiring
any kind of seed, should have u
copy of tho catalogno, as it contains
uverv thing in tlio liiie, beaidei val
uable information on subjects of in
tercut to tho farmer and gardener.
It only coats 10 cent.1!. Send for
it.
Viclc's seeds are tho best. Wo
have tried them for flvo years pati,
and know there are nolle better.
A Terrible Incident of the
Western Fires.
At Fores! vilie lately, Mr.
John (lovedn, t r Detroit,
w.H-i fctiiiichiii! for tidings of Ins
HUSMiig Iji dt iier-ltl-iaw, liaiilt-d
llii'.Vi y, uf Quelier; wliO issnn-
)OSl'( t.l lilU'H )(-.'llloJ iii flu;
burning wooil-i while piMfpec
in:; i'iir ti locution. n hi.-?
'.viiikU'I ings, he cm mo nnms n
liit (!' forost wlieii; the fires
stiil cm 'ukli'tsl and flickei'eil
in tli(! ground, tmd whcie the
llumes had done great damagej
!lti Mit ilown to1' i t St. In n
iiioiiiciit lie liecuniH awilre of a
Horrible) stencli, nnd lookinn
abo;it liim, ho made a terrible
dife vi'iy. Fifteen or hvclity
(i-'ct uvy was a lar'gfe loor
tho rein.iins of otic, for tli fire
had bilrned up all but llwaeiid
wliiehhad become licay with
wf.k'V IVo'in restiiii; in -the neck
ofasniidl dry iilarsli, dry tlie'n,
but fed by a creek at other
ri Hies. Sticking out From the
hollow of this log we're the feet
and legs of a fdeleton, nothing
but the bu e bones left, and
beypnd the pkeleton feet was
the lo'aste'd body of a mitii; the
(le.di cooked and shriveled
do. vn, but emitting rt smell
which (Jloveson could ohly
stfind for a moment at a time
without retreniing; At length
he seized hold of the tiones
and drew- the body ottt, when
the sight and Hie. stencli was
still more horrible. At the
shoulders the fire seenied to
have slopped, leaving the flesh
half-ciokedi and it was now
ready to fall from the head, the
countenance so disfigured that
there was no identifying it; and
the bones of one band were at
clean and. white f4 chalk.
Every particle b'f clothing was
gone, and down in the ashes
below GHoveson found a num
ber of boot-nails. '
Doubtless the victim, who
ever he was,. had been caught
in that vicinity by the fire, nnd
having ho other resort, crawled
into the log, hoping that the
Uames would sweep over it.
The dry end canffht tire, and
he wa3 roasted alive,' enduring
tha most ' horrible death
imaginable; There was nn
excavation close at hand made
by the up'roo'tinff of n tree; nnd
into this place tBe skeleton ivaa
dragged and the bank caved in
on it as a coven ncr;
lteturning to Forestville,
Glovesori made su'cli inquiries
as led him to believe that the
skeleton was not that of any
resident of that locality, find be
theu ended ins ecaicn;
The Manufacturer and
Builder.
; - 'number 'of,
excellent monthly, concluding 1tf
third volume and the third yoar of
its successful exfstVrYce, has heeD
duly received. Its HVlk-ifcs sre well
selected "and ably written, abound
ing in instructive and thoroughly
Valuable matter. We notice in the
department of correspondents a
scathing "eiposo of tho mismanage
ment in the Fair of 'the American
Institute, which should be read by
every in von t'oi' and manufacturer
(n the country. Among other ar
ticles aro 'Making Nitroglycerine,'
'Moderate Pri'cod Dwellings, with
complete Plans and Specifications,'
'Sowing Machines and their Stitch
es,' 'Laws of falling Bodies,' Steam
Electric-Machine,' 'Sugar Refinery,1
'Turning and Ltulie-Afaicing,' 'Du
rability of Woods,' etc., all admira
bly and 'copiously illustrated. , Pub
lished monthly by Western it Co.,
37 Park Bow, New York. 52 per
annum; .
iTbit three yeara President
Grant has been the chief oh
sticle in the w ay. of a complete
restoration to civil rights of
the best clas3 of Southern
citizens. It has been by his
recommendations to Congress
that the intelligent and , tax
paying citizens of the Soutl
have beeil debarred entirely
from exercising the rights ol
citizenship, and compelled tr
submit to have their properh
squandered by taxation b)
rascally carpet-baggers and
ighohint negroes without the
right even to protesting against
the ii'jusltiee, without sub
jecting themseives td nrret-t
and iinpiisonient as distuiber
of the peace. By his extrenu
policy the entire law-making
and luw-f5rcing power in some
of the Soiilhern Stales was
placed in the control of tb
Legislatures composed o1
cai j)et bngji-oKS whd had no
interest whatever but to fill
their pockets at the eastiry,
and negroes so iguoraut tha
each one had td be furnished
at the public expense, with
secretary ti read the proceed
iugs for him. This fiy.-tem o
Oppression would ii doub
havo been, continuedj had no.
the President discovered tha.
carpi't-bager lind negro rule
had b come a tsferich in lln
nostrils of all seuaible men, aiu1
I lint even his stubbornness
would not withstand the. force
of piililic opinion. Grunt see.1
I hat the carpet-baggers cannot
aid him io a rt-'ioniination,
aud consequently bids for the
support ot the m re intelligent
aud holiest of the Southern
people, by saying in hi?
message th it he does not "see
the rtd vantage or pr'o'p'riety ol
excluding men from ofhVe
merely because they, were be
fore the rebellion of standing
nnd character sufficient to be
elected td positions reqnirii.g
tlieiii to take1 an oath to Sup
port the Constitution of the
United State." If President
Grant had taken this position
twd years ago, there would
Have been no occasion for the
establishment of Military rule
in auy of the late rebellious
States.
McArthur Retail Market.
McArthur Retail Market. Corrected by Gilman Ward & Co., Dealers
in Dry Goods, &c., and Manufacturers
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Brown, N. O.. .
" Clarifind, N. O.
. ...124
t 15
o
Coffed, A 16
Crush' pul. k gran 18
Extra coffeo 14
it
Coffee, Rio choice 30
14 Rio prime. . 2225
" Java 33
Orleans Molasses ; ; . . . .8090
Double Extra DrlpS $1,00
vinegar, Cider. 40
Rica 10Q12J
Raisins 25
Toa, Imperial 11,25(31,80
" Young Hyson 1,251,80
" Black 1,0001,50
Japan ;;.J1,40
CahdleS, hard pres'fed. .. . . .... 20
" Star 20
Flour, per bb!.... ...17,00
Butter ;.. 20
Lard
Cheese
Crackers ,.1012J-
Starch i 10
Soda 10
Tartar, croam 60
Salt, per bbl $2,50
Pepper, grain'..;..;;,.'.,..'.., 40
Allspice 40
Potatoes 75
Boef, dried. ..... j, .25
Hams, country cured 12
" . sitgar cured. ,;..;..... , 18
Shoulders ....'.;......... 8
Bacon, side 10
Beeswax 25
Tallow 09
Feathers' ;.'; ..;... 70"
Wheat....... $1,25(91,35
Ccrrn... ;......;.. ; 4550
Ry ..;...............'.. 80
Oats 35
Wool , ; .' , ; ; ; , ; . , , 15050
Two tihi.p l.iads '6 the 'Hea
then Chinee'' are on their way
to K6st6:i, froin -whenco the
aln'iond-eyed cargoej will pro
ceed t,6 Lowell, Law ie. ice and
Fall River, t6 becon'ie acquaint
eri with the mysteries 6f cotton
manufacture.
mm YOUR BLOOD
AT ONCE;
. WlimVer Feka Ra'ot grow, it hi imt
ropuimlon for ouring Blietimotiini, and ai a
Klood Furifior. With all this locnl rnpululioa
aud the prmne of digtiniuiahed l'liyicinn (Dra,
Oo, Le, KiDi.Wilioa M. Ilunt.Giiinu.Coiilund
and othora,) wlio bare lasted iu meillf powara.
It aat bean nnlotd by th profession at lorta,
H wiieh through a, want of a proper oppreoie
in M 1M luaritt, u a knowledge of ttia
prontr ir ta
prepare It for me.
dioinal uae. Dr.
Oli far Crook, a
pliveiaienvibode.
Total hit nUri
Hmatothedutlaa
sf hie profeeatoa
--end who hu
the lergaet prua.
tice or nj phyi
iioien In Boutlif
ern Ohio hat
fully totted tha
MtiYe medicinal
gnnlrtiei of Toaa
f-'ioi during tha
last 24 retire, end
tin hesitatingly
pronounces It to
lima wore nmrlt
for diflenvfta da
, pending on a de
praved coaditiom
nf , the blood,
. thnn any and all
' ether art I o lea
named in th Ma
teria Medica. Uu-
! der hit inatrud
tiona oar Ohem.
let hai combined
Ihe aotire medio
inal quiliuas of
Poke Koot -with
tha beat Tonia
Preprtioij of
Iron, and we of
fur this preparar
lon to Hie pulilio
telling them of
the ingrediente.
undor the name!
Br. CROOK'S
Campoiad
rj"Z" R TJ X
OF
POKE ROOT.
Thia preparntioei
I the l)t Altar.
atiT and Tonw
known forlicrof
rita, Scr o fn
en Tumor,
Serefnleei
Iliie of
tha Evm. or
ftarofula ta form. For Ithpnmit.
tUin. 1'nln lu ltoiiee, Ih-oUn-liwn
f'oiiNtltutiona, Merourlal DlMeaaea,
yiluornl Polaona, mora ellectual r.liaf i
ebtamed from thia remedy than from all other.
II slrenglbena, purines ana cures. IH. Indie,
pannible in the treatment of longstanding dis
orders of th Liver, and pro-ow a certain, mla
and olTeotual reaolvent, manifesting it inHii.
no tlirounhoiit the entire glanrlnhir syatam.
Chmnio disosne nf sny kind, llpmta of
aba Hkln.Ernittlonn.lMuutiilrn, lllotcli
, ritiipli'n. HoiKI'rttor, ltlnu-wormj
rtliU1iuin, Mtinllllail. I'lccra auol
Korea, itranll cui-eil by the naeol' It,
ny dmaee doonding on a depraved condition
of ih blood can be cured by it. Try on
buttl. Sold by all DrugflMi, Prepared only hy
JTBll I BOOK aft CO'.
DU, CROOK'S WINE OF TAB !
It a Preparation which
haa bean tried by tha
pnlilio (or tan year, anoj
prored ItBalf in Uioil.
sands of oaao cnpnlile of
curing all dison.es ol tha
Tbront auil aVunx.
THROAT
AMD
IXJJGS.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Is the remedy t use
for Chroaio Conhi, or
Cough and Colda. It
promptly cures thorn nil.
coTjens
AND
Has ourea cases 01 I oa-
.sumption pronounced in.
cur.bl by physicians. .
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Has ourcd so many cnio
ot Asthma and Broiwhi
tis, that Itliai been pre
nouneed a speciflo for
Ibana.CDmplniiils. (rj.
ASTIIHA
AND
Itinled, will you let prajn-
BKONCHITIS.dies prevent you from
. bain cured also T
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Renovate and Inviinr-
atet the satire system;
end rapidly restore Ex
hausted Strength. Th
DEBItlTT.
very remeay lor tnewaajc
anil debilitated. .
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Sastore th Appetite,
strengthens tha Btom
APPETITE. ach, ralazes tha L4vr,
and put them to work,
chub ill food to digest,
DTSFEPSIA.and mnkes pur blond,
removing Pyspopsio,ln
digestion, to,
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Its aotion on tha Oi-lnsrj
Organs ar both prompt
and marked, ltsuooaedi
in reproducing the urin
ary secretions whaa oth
er powerful d I a re tl o
DIURETIC.
nave lane.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Has vegetable inarerfi.
v. wu ent of undoubted Ton'.
l value, combined wit!)
I th ricli medloinal qnoli-
tios ef Tar oontainad ta
TrtWIt' wnlon make it th
most reliable Tom in
the market.
DR..CRO0K'S WINE OF TAR!
hire Inn and nrtv to
Drokau Debilitated ConMiliifion
down
and all raaovering from
any. Illness will And n)
tha Beat Tool lhay
oan tak.
Conatltationa.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Delicate Females who
. have no appotlt, lway
J)lIOtrmaIeu(raring,aii J never foal
ing well, should take l,
to get strong and he.'.ihy
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
Removes pain In Breast,
SiueorBnolc It a most
LITER, irotiv Kegulatnrorth
' Liver, curing Jaundice,
or any Liver Complaint.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Hat mad many persons
TRENUfU
AND
strong ana rieaitny wno
hod been unable to work
or walk or year.
It should be kept I every
nill.n oause, ana in nia. giving
'iJ"' ptoperUtrftd by
Dlt. CROOK'S WINE OF TAIl I
l.ooo reward;
A rewaiilui One liiouiunl iJollan
will ba iintilto anv I'hyalclan win
will Droiluc a medicine tlmt will tup
Ply the wants of Hie people bettor than'
tho article known M
A DH.P.FAHEllEY'S 3
i I
H . CKtHRATip . , M ,
lilood Cleanser of Panacea.
Itn'iuat lie better rathartlo, a better Altera
tive, H butler Bmlorltlo, a better Tonlo, and In
evorv wav hotter than the Pan-a-oe-a. -Jo
inltnr how long it hst been In us or haw
alely dlsnoTtreil. Ahovo all It mutt not con
tain anything not purely vegetable,
S(l 00 KEWAllDIt
A rewanl of Five Hiinrlred Dollar! will be
paid for a medicine that will permanently our
more rases of Onitlvonciig, Constipation, Sick or
Karviute lleadm lie, l iver Complaint, lllllnm
Dlsovders. .ImiihIIco. Hhouinatlsin. Gout, Ilys
pepaia, Chills ami r"vur, Tape Worms, Boll,
Tumors, Totters, Ulcer, Bnroi, l'aln Inlh
l.iilnt, Sid auU Head and Femalo CojnplnlnU,
pR, TAHRIi-EV'S .
Blood Cleanier of Panacea.'
which' I usad maia xtnlve.hy prantfclng
ictani than any otner jionuiar mtmoine
r7"Prflptrd hy P, Fnhrnev's hroa.
Oo.. Wavnesboro. Pa., and Dr. P.
I'lihrnflr, W Worth Dearborn St.,- Cltl-
h aao. 1'rlcaH w perhottle roriale by
Vliolfaland Kulall Doalora. and at
Sltion'a Druf Hior. , Ii7-ly
physl
Known
Freeof ChTarffcCall tVnd gel
a sample bottle Ot lir fiosc'fiee's Ijrer
man Syruptfrec of charge, at Strong's
orSiason's Drug Sloie, McArlhur.
or of Will . & Co.' ...ZuleskJ. It has
lately been introduced in thi coun
try from Germany and for any per
son sufTering with H 'severe cough,
cofd soCtted on the breast, consump
tion or any diseaso of Ih'e throatand
ungsit has no e'Jila? in Ih'e worW.
Reguiar site bottles 75 eta. In a
cases money wi)ao promptly re
turned if perfect satisfaction is not
given". , Two doses Veiieve any
case'. Try it;
Manhood1! .Womanhood -r- Who
may marry; who not, why, 108 pa
ges sealoti,. Impediments; Causep
and Cuf'e. Send 25o. Dr. ,Va1ttier.
236 Penn St., Pittsburg, Pi
AND
Cheaper than tha Cheapest at . . ,
Blishop'g, WilkesVille, O.
Four Evils. Whoever habitually tine anyal
.oholic preparations as nn "appetizer" will be
likely to Buffrr from four evils, vlr: an over
plus of food In the stomach, Impaired ability
to dlBCfitit, the pangs ol tlispopsia, and a doc
tor's bill; Dr. Wiilker'a, Vegetable Vlnegiu
Hitlers, the Great Teetotal Restorative of thi
ic, wllliuut ever ttlmulatlug the palate or ir
ritating the stomtii-li, lmjparU a litalthful ap
letlto, pi-pmo'.Oii digestion, regulates the llvoi
uid boiylH, purlilos the blood, and tout, Instead
f entailing iWr evils; confers four.lncstlma
lilobenents. .. . 49-41
Fc Piira Drugs and Medicines
goto Slss'on'a.
All ThscB Who Suffer
FROM .
CosnstimiitioBi or Couli
PI.FR
Eead the Following; Letter:
Mocst Var.NON.Iix., Ahril 30. 1870.
Mossi-r J. N. U.trrU it Co., Cincinnati, O.
UitntlkmkS; 1 heard one pf-my cmtomei-i
speat iui;, I" such tiivli teriu of All on 'n Luiir
HalKiiin to dny, that I thought I would write to
vol) I lie subatnnce of his Kitteincnt: Jl says
hit niollii-r who is rinw sixty years uf age, had
Mill-reil with consumption for several years
ar.d lius beeii uniloi-tlie. care of all .our best
i!iyic!aiis, but nover n-i-eirpd ,ny ,pei inanent
lieiicftt: then she resorted to most every kind
of Cough and I.unir B:ilsam thatcould be pro
uureil lor tier, Imt nll to no avail. She Hill
grew worse, until the vn eonflned to her bed;
and when -bo wen selr.ed with a paroxism, of
coutjlilnas' Ahe woulil lose the .power of rcsplra
lion, and tliey , were compelled to restore
lireatliiliL-: and wh Icshe cou-liod io hmd she
could not espeetorate n.iij thins, nnd .the family
ami iriennH nan given up an nepes ot ner re
covery. . Hereon notllced that adVcrtisemcrit
of Allen' Lung nalxnui.ln the C hristian Ail
vos'itp.aud .they thouirlit Ihey vroitd ijiocuie
-n i try it. . i ney .chiuhihiicbu civui iicr me
11 il mi :it B n. in., i directed, a dose ovcrv
hour until lriiilniiht; then hu tonic another
spell nf coughing and expectoia'cd a mouth
inn ot iiui'K, vonow niNtier, which was some
thing aha 1 1 .-. . I nut been able todo fur Rome timet
They continued tn give her the linlsaui until
morning, una tnen alio negan to expectorate
frei-lv, and within two hours hc liads e.xpucto
rntad three pints nf mlcanlatter. which ve
her imiiieul.ite relief; nnd since that tlmu she
has cunl limed to. Improve), film now sits up all
ilsy. mid can wnik aliout the houso and take
consider;-bin out-door exercise. Hev son
bought more of ihe Balsam to-day, and he is
recommending It very hluhlv to every one.
Yours, resjicctfullv, . ...
A.O. J01IX3r,.'D.mgrlst.
Was there ever greater proof of merit than
AI.LKX'S U;X1 BALSAM ii ".hout doubt
the best Pxpcctnrniit. reineily v.- olVerad to
the allllclcd public- It contilluH no oiiitun in
hit birm, ai.il its use is lutrinlest to the most
U"iicie.. ' .
Plic-tlons.iccominny ritch boltle.
tT" Koraule bvnll Mn.l'eliie Dealers.
( .UT10N.-C;.II for " Yll'.F.S'S l.UNG 15 A L-
8AI.,, lllirl slum the V J id' -imv other bnliinm
.is unprincipled men i.. ,y deceive you with
worthies preparations.
, roi sals at
n. W.8I9SOM. ,
pit. J 8 STRON8.
K. Si WILCOX 4BR6.,
H O. WILSON,
ii. ii . bishop ft son;
MeArthur;
M . .
iramtlin;
WllkaSTille
t
ARBORVITAE.
'piOJ Million Seedlings. 50 will biiy ibo
X thousand of the smallest. Largor tiiet at
corrcfponding price.
Twont v-ft v yarietles of Kvergreen and Tor
est Tree very cheap.
Prico Hits free. Descriptive Catalogues 10
White bucunibers.
W belinvo this Is Die best Cucumber known
and that, we have the only seed of the variet
In siiiteuce. S6 cents a package, by mail.
Address; pirlNET 4LAWR ENCE,
Sturgoou Dav. Door Co.
n9-tf . . , . Wiscomin
Ceo. Lanti,
Alex. Pearea.
LANTZ Sc PEARCE;
DItLtRS IN .
Hardware, Stoves, anA Africffltral
Intplcnieiits,
AND
Manufacturers of Tirarare,
..Mo ARTHUR,, OHIO,
TJESPKCT FULLY Invite attention to.thilr
i Large Stockr'coo!.in(r and Haating Storr
Thy havo for sale tlie Celebrated
"COITTIirEH'AL"
COOKING STOVE,
for. wood, and warrant It to srlve nsrfect
satisfaction. Also the Coal and Wood Stove,
"cub Mutual friend"
Vry unod, lar;aovn,clumpln(r srate, low ash
pan and Mitl-ilnet, These ar first clais Stoves
and w can recommend them.
Other aU cheaper pattern of Stove al way
on band.
Tliey have a full stock of
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
Iron, Nails, Glass; Saitf, FireFrpnts
and Grates, Firs Brick, .. Patent
Firs' Finest, made of Firs
Clay.
Also '.
TAHI.BA POCKET CUTLKRT, SPOOXS,
and olhr -
house Fumsmira ooss.
Those within; good In their line lint are
lovlted to call, before purchasing el.err hare, at
the old stand of STBOSG GIBBUNS.
Sept. to. 1871-tf
. THE BRIGHT SIDE.
We tak plnasuralncoinmandinf Thi BtlSiT
SiDsj to tb notice of our readers a of th
prettiest, sprlghtllst and most valuable of all
publications for young people with whom they
are acquainted., See dTrUDjenf,
Strong -end -Pure -Rioh fBlo'd-I '
orea) of Fleh anal -.'Weight
Clear Skin. and BMuUful
, CoonR)eJo.n, t
&EC VllED, Q ALL
irDWAt'S. , .JAMAPAaiLUAl.
(1 KESOItYEHT. , ..
IIAS MADB THK' MOST ASTON-fSHIV
CUHM. Sr gurCK, SO 11 A1MD A Itii
th50hani;ks tub hodt iim dkk
ookm vndkn the ik pi.u rkl'ig
of this- truly wonhko-
l FlIL MKICJSE. THAT.
Every Dqj vn lncreafe of Flak 'and
.Weight 'is seen and.Fe'it,
Scrofula, Conjumptlon," Bep'hllis In' its
many forma, -. Qlandular liiseast, Ulcers
in tlio ThronK Mouth; Tumors, Jiodes in the
(ilaedt, and other arts.;f tli . system j 'Bore
Eyes, Htrumoii Dischri:i -from tha 'Ears:
Eruptive Diseases of thu fcves,' toie; Mouth,
and tho foriusof Hkln Disesecs; Eruptions r
yor Bnrci. Scnl.1 Heiid,lng-vorm. Suit H.lieum
Erysipelas, Atfue, mack .Spots, Worms in the
r lesh. Tpmors, eancer. In. the Womb, and all
Wenkoninir nd Painful Msehsrges; Night
Swumts, and nil Wistcs,ofthe Life Principle,
sift with in thoCurailve rt.ingn ot Itadwnv's
S.tts,iparilllon nesolvetit anil a few rlov' uso
will prove to any persomislnR It for either of
these forms of disease its potent power to oure
them . .
.W.r'X ,IoM the f A USA PA Rl LLI AN RE
SOLYEN f excel nil known remedial agents In
RkiaandBypliilold Utseiise, but it istlteeuly
liOHlliv-n romed v .. '
KIDNEY. ELADDZIt. .
Urinary and Womb Disetes,iGravpl, DlafcoUs
Ill'Atl.v li,nn.;a, A 1..tl..-- ,
t'-J . lnuo.JMIJ(Hll I 'IS-
esse, Albuminuria, and in a!lesse where
there are Brick Dutt iJeposita, or the water is
thick, eli;ud- mixed with substance Uketlio
white ot an e(j?. or tbrondi like white till:, or
there Is a morbid dark, bilious appearance, nnd
white bone-diut deposits, and wlierethcre it a
inlcking, burning sensation, and pain In the
Smjillol 'the 'Hack, and nlimg the Loins. In all
these condition KAUWAY'S 8ARSAPA
RILLIAN TiESODVKNT.alil! bv (lieeppUca
tion of Itadway'a Ready K relief to th Spine
and Smnll of the Hack, and the fiowela regula
ted wltti one or two of Ralwsy s ItegulHtlnr
Pills liei'ilay, will soon make a complen aura
In a few day the patient will he able to hold
.lift rllii-li i vntu, m..,,,.uI1 u.ll.A...
and the Urine will lie reitured to it natural
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE SOD Y
Are supplied with new. healthy and vlerororis
blood, ihut liirnishes sound structure. Ilai.ce
sll snfl'mdnir f,-..m lVuilr.i,lnH I . .
eitherMala or Female, or from Idccra orSores'
through the reparative pi-ocesgof ItADWAY'ei
SARSAPARILIAN, are arrested, aiid theiau.
turcd orgnns healed.
OVARIAS TtIM0lt..!'c'rHCD - TTIMOR . nr
ywtLVK YKAIW.0r.0WTH CUBED BY BAD
WAY'S RESOLVENT.,
- ... . LivxHiY, Mass., July 18, 18f..
Dit. nAPTf ay : I have had Ovarian Tn,i,or In
the. ovaries and -bowels. All. the doctors said
"thnro i.'.i. ho l,.li, f, i. ii i ., ,
....r ,...r .... ... ,iv- rvorv iniug
tnatwn recommended, but nothirir helped me!
f; i ?L , I' ?"? ln"Kl't I would trv
it. but nail no Ih .n In it ..pan., r u...i .
lor twelve VCHVH . ff.nrtlr. v ......ft
solvent, one box. t RadwHy' ?ills, and ud
iwo onuies oi your iteauy ltciiel ; and there ia
not aign 6fa tumor f. b seen or felt, end I
foot heMetv ltmriur ;., .... ;
.."i-i'iKr inHii i. n;ive ior
twelve years. '1 be wor,; tumor was-inthe left
side o the bowelft, ovor th Rroin. I write this
you fot tha beueftc of other. You cun pub
lish if you ehoow. - t
teZTPilceOne Dollai. -
EAp.WAT'8 READY RELIEF
vures tne uwrst paws in from Un to
Tioenty Minutes
Kotbnehoiirafterroadini this advertisement
neea e,ny oao suffer with pain. .
KADWAY'SilEAbY RELIEF
13 A CURKFOIt EVERY PAIX. IT WASTIIK
, FUS9T, AN D IS , ,
TIIE ONLY . PAIN ITEMED!'
That Instantly stops tlie most exoruciRtlngpaln
i i i;.s M M A TK."rl anx CX'RES
. CONUEilJONS, , -Whether
'of the Limits, Stomach, Rowe-li, ot
the glands and organs, ,by. cue application,
In Froin One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, the RHEUMATIC, fSed-rldden, Inflrm,
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostiaud
with disease, may sutfer,
Hallway's JJeatly Keller
Will, ill from 08 TO T WIKTY bikl-tsh. affori
ut and comm I, oud thia meilinine; so rapid In
slopiilnic puin, cn b purchased Kifty ( ruts
per bottle at almoit every druggist's and couii
trv merchant's store .on this contiurut, nnd
within one hour's distance of ttIiQi-,4tevci v hab
itation in the United .Stales. '
It HE I'M A TIS .VAKh XKVRAWU.
KIMMATLSMJ;, KKVHAMU. :.
TrthiiKf wnn svunnv ...:.. ti..:.. . l
ler whnt the ciiu.e timy be, r bv wbt imme
It I citllefl if externnl, ,apwfv IUpWAY'i
ItlillT II tT L I K If trt Mia iiiii-r if f l.a. KaI L.
2it &txS:
Snssina.
Inflmmntioil. Pnnirn.ll,.., Ai..inJl,
I'h.ilni'. I 'l.lll. ..,.1 it . .i.. !.'.
. , . .u.,nv. n.i.ti
VIHH..UII (cmr, me iwiHi viuieui, ex
crucingnndtcrtuiingpaMU will ba ttupptd
in from one to twentv minutes,
PAIJNFTJI. ATTACKS wHFRE
RAD vVAY'3 .READY SELIEF
l WUl Afforrl Inatnrtt Easie :
INFLAMMATION OF THB.KIDNKTS
. ' ' ' INFLAMMATION" OF TIIK IiLADDIB.
""'""'VtsiffrNVHjiirKM-
SOKI THROAT, UIFKH'ULT ISHKATIIINO, . , i
PALPITATION OF TIIK HiCART.
htstiuics, crtour, DiPHTiiitRiA. i
-. OATAKltll, 1NFLTJENZA,
TOOTHAflllK . ,, '
UKADACHE, TOOTHACHE, r
.' ' I NKURALIA,RI15UMATISU
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
Tho application of the. f KADY TtrCT.IKF to
the part -or parts where, tlie pain or dinlrjitv
exists will afford ease and comfoit. 'JO drou
In a hair tumbler of water will. In riw mo
ments.cur-(,'ramps, Spsm, 8o-,,r Stomach
Heartburn, Bick Heartacl.-,, iUrr ea lti-un-naVpJJ?'
W'"d ln " W WIntS.
,V .y.Ai n,r,LEI-ilIF Tfitl' them. 'A few drop
in waierT.ui prevent sicknfM or pains from
nn'f ot water. It hv-belter tliau rrencli
Windy or Hitters si astlmuinnf .
FEVER AIVI AUE.
FKyKKANll AOUBSC1IRKD.
FICVT-R AND AGUE CUKID
, . ' . .. .FOB FIFTY CINTS.
There1nota remedial agent in the world
that will rure FEVER AMI) AK1UE,
and all otlier Malarioul, Ililiou. Scarlet, Ty
phoid, Yellow and other Fevers (aided bv
Kadway'Pill,)to nuick a Kadway'a ady
Relief. ,a.
Ist'OT OUE , .
Ptrioaneed aufTar, be thev ever so much- ex
posed to Favor and Aguo. if tliev will only take
Kadway'0 Rbapy IIklifp. and'keep, their
tit open with Xndi,iv' pail, lliindrods In the
wett, whohare hilborto been doctoring at the
rate-of one and two hundred dollars for a few
months' treatirivnt are keeping themselves and
laruilio free from FSVItR nriAOCK, CHILLS
and rsrm, RUSVUATJSif, &C, for one or
twodollars a year, spent for Railway' Heady
Relief and Kad.wsv's Pills (coaled).
The BEADY RKLIIF will ifTord fnifant tan
hall, Prh-eonly 50 rants nor bottle,
K. B. 8eo that veiy bottle has an lifdla
Rubber Stopper. Bold at all lirnprgist, and at
rir. Radway'iofflce, Ho. 87 Maiden Lan. New
York. . .
DE; EAUWAY'S PERFECT CUEA.
- TIVS PILL?;
finrSOTLI TAHTSLKSF,
Eleesintly Coated with Sweet Gum.
PUBOK, KKJULATK. PURt'Y CLEANSI AND
STBEWQT'tltM.
RadWayT Pilla,
( .' FottTnK onaa; or
All DiftoinKKSoPTnit amuAcir. itrtn,
BOWKLS. KWNSYS, BLADDER, XKRVOVS
rWS4SK3. USADACHK. CONSTIPATION
COISri VESKSH, INMGKSTION. DYSPXPSIA
BIUOVSNKSS. B1I.10V8 MVKK, IN FLA Al
MATIQN OF TUB BO WIL, PILES, aadall de
rangement of tlie Internal Viscera.
Warranted to Effect a Positive Cm-,
PURELY" VEGETAHLK.
OOHTAISINO 10 MEROl'RT, MINERALS OB
UELITIBIOUS LRUQ3.
TObsrve the. following yirtptnm; ruls
ng from DIcuUre of tho DlireitWe Organs i
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness nf the
Illood in tlur Haul, Acidity of the Ktotnsch,
Nausoa, Heartburn, Iiisgust nf Food, Fullness
nr Weight in the Stomach, Nour- Eructations,
Sinklngor Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried And Hilllcult
Rrcattilng, Fluttering at the Heart, (ilmkinfor
Suffocating Rentatlnns when in a riving Po.
Uire, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
flu. aiolit ITA.erand Tliitl Pain -In tbn 11m A
Ooflclency of Perspiration. Yellowness of th
Sltln and Eve, raimu the Hide; Chest, Limb,
-...i a... 1. 1... .ii.il,-. . r tia.t ti.,Hi..- i
rih. ... -
A few doses ofRADW ay's PilXl will free th
avalom from .11 111.) .bn...n.n,.il Jl.nP,l.n
a lit tii..i iii luun.i a riiiij win ire
svttcm from all the above-named disorder
Prle) 25 Cent Per Box.
EADWAY Ac CO..-
No. 87 Maidea Lane,, N. V.
B.EAD FALSE AND TBTTT!
Send one letter (tamp te RADWAY A CO
e.S7Mmen Ine, Kew York, Informatlmi
Worththott,4,wm b,,,,t j,
I
... . , 1 1 . .... .1 LM 1.
"aioroercto a lured soldiery.
No V.'OIldpr tlin tinnnl.1 nr lli
t ' uliut-' pCOpiO Ol IUO
So'.itb w lierp O mil lni ;'i! -T i-
OWl,l" ul " UinUu lias SJOoi 1
HKADACHE. f.,l-.1 1, . ..'.til A. ,:...i: ;
'ii'HfmimMtn .mwji nnrxr.j'f)HMm .-i i
MM ti Jill
iiM!VL'9.1i,,'T4i-iiseie
vniawnuT, wcuaKavuuKMtifSnkCI
i.rtfKiaMUK..w .vaaia,wt..f is. j
iHSi-"
j. w.uisa rrour.oi.r. a u. iicimita ji At co.Jiru-! ti ec t
R-n. A'l., R. rraoolK, ,nn jiaiui IU Oniric: r-m, i ,
Vlneear Bitters af not nvllo Fnncy Drink,
Jladoof I'o.r Knir, - AVkiaker, -rroof t'p.rlja
and ltcfuse Liquor doctored, splicd anil sweet
ened to planio the t.ieto, called "Tonlea,' "Appntlz
srs," " restorers," to., that lend tbo llnplcr cr. to
drnukanness and ruin, but are, a tnin J.'cClelne, n aclj
from tlieXatlr Roots anil Herbs ofjCali! inl, lrco
from all Alcokollo Stlinnlnntu, Tliey am tho
,43 It EAT BLOOD I'lriUFIErt na A rirB
UIVINU IKINC'irLL', a perfect ficnovntor o:id
Invigonitorof tho System, carrying o.T nil poisonous
natter and restoring the blood to sbcnltliy comlltlcn.
Ifo psrsoit-caa take tlioso Dltters accordlnif to dlroc.
tlons and remain iang unwell, provided their bono
re not destroyed by mineral poison or other means,
sud tU vital organs wasted b.youd tho point of re
Pirr ; .- . . ,i
JIhey aro a Contlo Prrsntlre n well nri
Tonic, posaosclng also, the peculiar morlt of nct:i,
s povf srful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver, and all tbe Visceral Orci.M
; ATO-R FEMALE COMri.ATXTS, bother la
ynn-or old.marrlod of llnGle, at tha dmvn of vo
mankood or at the Urn of llfo, tlicea Tonic DllUrs lia-
no eqnal. .... . .
For InSamuiRtory nnd Cliroiilo njieiirca.
nf.'? BD- t"0", yjll 'wr Indicestlo.i,
Illllon, Remittent and Intermittent Fovcrp,
Plaenso of the Blood, Mvcr, Kidneys, and
Bladder, those Bitter liavo been most surcemml.
Snrlt niaeosoa aro camed by Vitiated 6lood,
which It goncrully produoed ly dcransemeat of tbo
DiieatlreOrran.
BYftr-LPSIA Ort IXBIfSCfiTItJ.V, Kni
ache, Psra In tlio Blioulrters, Cohk: :i, Tig'.itnm of f.a
Chest, I)llncs, gour Erncttlor:t cf tho Rlon-ncl'.
Jlsdtastsla tho Month, Lillou. ;.!tscts, rn'pll.nlon
f th Itsart, InSammatlon of tha I.m-.ip, PiUa In C-.e
reijions ef tho Kidneys, o::d ,i l'. :iit',) cd oilier pidniuf
symptoms, arc the eC'tprl!:i;s oti' tnopebi.
They Invljoratc trio Etenmc'u raid etlnmlato llie 'r-'.
pld liver and bowrli, which r.'ct'crtticni of unefiniTcl
efficacy In cleaneinj tt-.e blood cf r.'.I Impurillcf, and
imnartlne; now life nnd vl?cr to tl:j vIiolars'cm,
t)ISEASES,nrnptbns, Tt-ttcr.'s-::
riioum.lilotclic Spots, rimpks, rneltii.es, toils, Cur
.bnncics, Ring-Vorme, Scald I!cr,il, Eoro r-cc. L'' Is' p.
(las, Itch, Bcura.Dlticolorctleiia ct the E:.in, I:i;y.,!s
and Discuses of tho Bkln, of whetcver sa:c or vn-no,
are literally dug up and curried otitof the svmcw !i
fhort time by tlie dm of tlirso l'-lltera. One h. nl
tn?nUvrSCOUV'n"t'''UOiU''w,:dui,'aJc; '"
Cleaiiso tho Vltlntcrt Elocd vrt-enevVr rns f ,..'
Jmpiirltles bum iiRthrouuli tbo i l.n. b, ) ,i,p:'i
tionsor Ports, rk.n,:lc ,t n ,- ,., ,, " ', -..
snd tlnnlsh tnthev.-ln, cli Hiiiuii v I..V iV f , .v
your fceilni.Mi win Vll ycu nben. hep tnc l loii.i i.- 'l
and tlie lieultli ol tho system v, 111 f! lioV. 1 " J
'PI V, TA PK, rd other tVPTl St f, Irrt-irt-In tl o
system of bo n iir.y ihousasds. iu,. ,.i.H', ..i'v Xftrc...
ed and removed. or full flicci,.r. ,, i .lu
tbo circii ar nreunil carl, Wu, print., i t-. Irt llZ
Biujos-i.i,llsli, Ccriiiuu, I renin An ...iLL.
J. ITALKEP, Proprietor. U. n. Idrrrr.M T) St ro '
Droiglut Md OciLjlrmls, f un rrnnelseo. Cnl.nnd
1 til ard S4 Cor.imerce Etrcct, Kew York
C7-SOLD EY Atil DRCOOHT3 Ai) I'EALl'fi
Iii Russia there is no writ of
linKe;is corpus. Military or
ders are f-urirRme. The civil
authority is subordinate tn tlio
military power. In the Uu li
ed States, also, it only ivquiivy
the pvocl.aniatinii of 1'residout
Grant to pjiend allfivil frcy
eriiment iu any IStare, mid io
pubstitntu military rule. Li ;;
ident. Grant niinoinictd hist
Spring that lie bad this power,
that be could use it in f.'vy
state ot ttit! u moii, nnd he
liny
used it in several iocp.iUiws ll.
present year. I!y I ho Uw of
I - i 1 v i j ntn J t
Congress under vhu-li bo net.-
crnsh (tov-
ill- i ; ii v ill.
ernore, ajudges, and Legi.-hi-turea
to nboli-h all law', in
fact, setup bis own will, and
give effect to that will by nm-
.4 m - ..
tiai orders to a hired so dierv.
luteu ins wiu tor eonsiitulMnH
Stud law; have ib'd from the;:1
bomeii; leaving1 their busine;:;,
their crops, and their farms and
stock to the mercy of tlvijo
who come in uniforms wi'.h
drawn swouK But is tiiii
liberty? Is it a republicau
form of govern m en I ?
The Democracy of Woostcr
are. liiakinpf .arrangements f;i;
their annual Eighth of Junuaiy
Celebration.. . .
One half the Radical editori
of Ohio are Postmasters, arl
the other half wish to be. Of
course they all swear by Giant,
and fight for their bread and
butter. ,
The lliirptMs havo .to pay
something for tln-ir glo"y and
prosperty. ,lhn hniule ai
tielo
on Montank Point in their 1
issue cost, them 1200.
si
Sensible Bargetni, bav'n
been ofFf.red $lo000, to' wriiO .1
life of Christ, Bent word tnai
as good a life of Christ as
could bo written was to ba
found in the New Testament.
On Sunday m'ornii'.g the tel
egraph wires on Mount Vash
ington were covered with frost
to the 6i2e of
a man a
wires on.
arm,
tho
breaking the
- 1 o
mo 11 hf am twice.
... wmwouibuiu iiiuu
' , i 1 . .
young lauy a lottery ticl
iviiiMi nftonre-oi..1 .I..u ao
IWL11CU l'YT&l US fll ftW S.
: of
whi6h afterwarda diev S3G0.
lie then went arid told her
that it had dia'wii $30, and
ftftked hor to go halves with
""u. . tuv crjsenteu, uu gave
Y i ii i" -v.i,j
Ill.W Q fa
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