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The Enquirer.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
ar. XV. Bowon,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
The3ays are beginnbg to
lengthen at both ends.
AVfi ream that a couple of
viHaius attempted, on -Iliurs-dny
night last, to throw the
Eastward bound Cincinnati
express off the track between
Duud.ss and Vinton. They
had thrown rails across the
track, whn they were discov
ered and driven away by the
track watchman.
Tot Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
on'g DmgFtor. . ,
Five Mondays, five Tues
days, and five Wednesdays in
list month. '
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Siflsoirfli
Moulding
For Pictura Frames ia kept by C.
J. Billingliurst. lie also keeps
Picture Curd and Screw Eyos, and
makes Picture Framos to order.
While smoking your meat
with chips and saw dust, put
on the fire a few red peppers.
The fumes will prevent all
insects from attacking your
hams.
! The meetings at the Chris
tian Cliurch 'during the past
week were well attended. On
Suuday night the Churoh was
crowded, and JNlr. done
preached a powerful senaon,
The interest of the people ap
pears to increase aud the pros'
pects are promising.
"HOW TO GO WEST."
Forty years ago, Illinois ws as
fir west ns most people wished to
go, and journeys wore made in tlio
legendary "Prairie Schooner," but
in tbeso days of Progress and Im
provement, the word West has
come to mean Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas. Colorado, California and
the Territories, and trie traveler
reaches almost any point therein by
n splendid line of Railroad.
This Lino of Railroad is th
Lurlington Route, which starts from
Indianapolis over tho Indianapolis.
I31oomington and Western Short
Lino, and from Logansport over
the Toledo, Peoria, and Warsnw
Railroad and running through
Burlington reaches Omaha, Lin
coln, Nebraska City, Saint Joseph,
Atchison, Leavenworth and Kansas
City, connecting with tho Union
Pacific, Kansas Pacific, and other
railroads running from those cities.
People going to Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas, California, or any point in
the Territories, will study their own
interest by going ''By way of Bur
lington," for the rates of that Line
are always as low as any other, and
it is the best Route in the West,
therefore you are more Buro of your
safety and comfort.
The Burlington Route ban admir
ably answered the question "How
to go West?" by the publication of
an. excellent Pamphlet, containing
a large truthful map of the Great
West, and much interesting and
valuable information which can be
obtaincd,ree of charge by address
ing General Passenger Agent B. &
JI. It. R, Burlington, Iowa. ,
American House, Columbus.
Last Wednesday wo made a fly
ing visit to the Capitol City, and
stopped where most of travelers
stop tho American House, nearly
opposite the State House, which is
kept by the most popular landlord
in tho city, Mr. E. J. Blount, who
studies to please tho traveling pub
lic, lie is assisted by the. most
gentlemanly clorks, whose kind at
tentions add greatly to the attrac
tions of that cxcollent Hotel.
Among the clever Clerks of the no
"tel is Prof. I. W.TucKER.with whom
many of our citizens aro 'acquainted.
We would urge all tho people of this
region, who visit. the Capitol City,
to give tho American Houso tho
preference over any other House,
The rooms are the . best ; the beds
are exoellent; tho table groans un
der its load of substantial, and is
temptingly laden with delioacios.
See card in another part of this
r . , u,
paper. ,
Tbe weather baa been ex
tremely cold during tho past
week. , . , , .? .
Logan.
On Our return from Golamott's
tost Thursday, w.o 'laJcf over' about
eighteen hours ot Logan, stopping
at the American Howie, of which H.
II. AitSftost, late of La'trcaattfr, is
proprietor, and G. 11. Sage, late of
MeArthur, is Clerk. Xfotblfig like
stopping at an American Hotel. It
is an. appropriate' fiartte lor a hotel,
and especially for this one at our
neighboring town of Logan. Since
the present proprietor took charge
of it, we notice that its patronage
tins greatly increased. It is con
ducted in the best of style etjnal to
the stylo of any city hotel in Ulno.
Alt Who stop at tho American feel
at home.
On Fridav morftincr. in comnanv
with B. R. Miooins, of the firm of
ilidoiNs & Bro., wo took a long walk
about the town, visiting the jBarble
Shops, Furniture Manufacto
rV. Planiri!? Hill. Feiindrv and
Machine .Shop, the Opera House,
etc., etc. We wore indeed Surprised
to find in Logan such large raana
factories, shops, business houses;
handsomo and convenient resi
Hnr nd churnkM. (J An nral im
provement seems to be the motto Of
the people ot that place. JSvery
man appears togiVeehcoQrl&ement
to every useful and creditable en
terprise that may bo proposed; If
a citizen sees that tbo town needs
an Improvement, he demands' it,
and talks it Up vigorously until the
witoie comniumiy ueuuuiss impreg
nated with the idea, and the good
work is at once commenced. Col.
F. F. Reui'LC saw that an Opera
House was needed in the town, and
the result of his courage . was that
Logan is now proud ot one as beau
tifully finished and famished as any
in -Cincinnati, which ; cost nearly
thirty-flvo thousand dollars. Every
body in the town seem to be busy
and pushing ahead in every way,
There are no idlers. Every man
has employment right at home; and
there is plenty to do. No one is
compelled to leave Logan to seek
oinployment.
Jjoan is very pleasantly situated
in the midst of a beautiful and fer
tile country. It Iras increased far
more in importance sinco the com
pletion of tho Columbus tt Hocking
Valley It. 11 , and proporty has ad
vanced more than one hundred per
cent. There is only one thing
more that Logan needs. That is
the completion ot the Crampons,
MeArthur it Columbus R. R. We
hopo the citizens will take hold of
the matter in earnest and render
the assistant that may be required
to complete it.
Among the live business men of
Logan, is A. Vons, the proprietor
of the Livery Stable. He keeps
tho finest lot of horsos and car
riages, and runs a bus to and from
the railway depot. He is clevor as
well as jovial und please everybody.
We called at the omce ot the Lo
gan Republican, but tho editor had
left the evening provioas for Colum
bus. The boys wore running the
institution, in tho absence of the
editor. They were doing right
well too. We didn t have tunc,
however, during the long walk, to
visit Bro. JSIdcr of the Sentinel.
In conclusion we will say that
thero is nothing to prevent Logan
from being classod with such cities
as Dayton, Portsmouth, etc., bofore
the expiration often years.
A New Western Enterprise.
A now weekly, of choico reading
for the family circle reaches us from
Chicago. It is an original Family
and Story Weekly, with itoi ies and
poems illustrated. Large size, tight
pages, well printed on fine paper,
and bears the neat and suggestive
title of 'Our Fireside Friend.' It is
published by Waters, Eberts & Co.,
of that city. The contents aro fresh,
varied, interesting, and of high
tone, and tho illustrations are ex
cellent. The continued stories are
by able writers, and give promise
to be of great interest. Short Sto
ries, Sketches, Poetry, News, Sci
ence, Arts, etc, with speoial depart
ments for the Farmer, the House
wife, and tho Children, mako up
eight pages of instructive and en
tertaining reading, for old and
young.
A prominent foature of thjs cum
ber is Will. ,M. Carlelon's groat
poom, 'The Burning of Chicago,'
his best production, whioh tbo pub
Ushers have beautifully illustrated.
This publication it anew enterprise
in the West. An original and il
lustrated Story and Family Wookly
has never been established west of
New York, there is no roason why
ono should nob bo sustained, and
Our Fireside Friend' cortainly Is
meritorious in its contents and gon-
eral appearance, and it starts under
such circumstances of financial and
business ability as to guaranteo its
pormanency. The publishers will
send a specimen copy froo, to any
address. We suggest to our read;
ers the propriety of securing Will.
M. Carloton's Poem, 'The Burning
of Chicago,' illustrated, which the
publishers will send free to all who
sond tboir address.
To Merchants. If yon want
anything in the line of a Business
Card, Envelope; SUtoment, Bill
Head, Letter Heads, Posters, or
Tags, call and examlntne our large
stock of material jifsfc received.
Tb a ice homes in our town
were filled with ice' last weak.
January. Tb is month takes it
name' from Janus, one of ttre gods'
Of Pa'gah mythology He Was usu
ally painted with two' faces, with
one of Which, htf was thought to
lookback npon the old year, and'
forward with the other to thief flew.
The' Roman fear originally Com
mented ia Marefrr at first it had but
ten months, till Numa Pompilius,
who died 672 B.- 0,- added January
and February. It is usually the
coldest month of the twelve; hence
the" adage"
" Ht tM Af tiBBtfanl, .
So lb cold rtrenlhni."
A warm January ii regarded by
the farmer with any thing but sat
isfacllon,
G. Wi Childs, Esq., will ploase
accept our thanks for the Public
Ledger Almanac for 1872. Almost
ninety thousand copies ot this alma
nac have been printed and sent free
to the subscribers of the ledger. It
is handsomely gotten Op and con
tains a large amount of valuablo
and lutomnMng information.
We have received another
lot of new type. . Bring your
printing to this office -if you
want it done cheap. Subscribe
for this paper.
The Radicals in Congress
propose to extend the Enforce
ment Act to every voting pre
cinct in the country. Porter,
scalawag, from Virginia, will
present the bill.
Hon. John Vf Newman,
Senator from the Scioto Dis
trict, will accept thanks for
copy of Report of Auditor of
State.
Weatherologists are prepar
ing to' take , observations on
Ground Hog's Day.
Bbainabd's Musical World com
mences its ninth annual volume
with new features and fresh attrac
tions. Always, bright, cheery and
pleasant, the number for January
1872, is a step in advance of its
predecessors. The Musical World
has the largest circulation of any
muuicalal paper in the country, and
is undoubtedly the best. Each
number contains eight pages of
tresh, new music, making 96 pages
of music yearly, which, if purchased
in regular sheet form, would oost
ton times the price of nubscription.
Published at the Great Central
Music Publishing House oi P.
Brainard's Sons, Cleveland, O., at
l per annum. Send for specimen
copies and catalogue of New Music.
The Howakd Associa
TION of Philadelphia, we have
reasoto to believe, is a genuine
institution, of a useful and re
liable character, doing business
on honorable principles. It
has been in existence, for rarly
twenty years, and has always
borne a good reputation.
To Those who are Bowed
Down by nervous Debility, and de
spairof ever recovering thoir vigor
and mien of manhood wo earnestly
recommend Dr. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters. Before they have
nnisued tne first bottle, they will
teel the restorative principle at
worn in every portion ot their bro
ken down systems and hope will
spring up to their hearts. JNo ease
of Dyspepsia Biliousness, Intermit
tent lever, Rheumatism, Gout or
kidney discass, can resist this un
equalled vegetable tonio which is
unpolluted by any distilled or fer
mented liquor. l-4w
McArthur Retail Market.
Corrected Gilman Ward & Dealers
in Dry Goods, &c., and Manufacturers
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Brown, N. O Hi
it
m
Clarified. N. O
1ft
Coffee A
18
18
Crush' pul. k trran . . , , .
Coffee, Rio choice 30
" Rio prime ..2225
" Java 33
Orleans Molasses 809O
Double Extra Drips 11,00
Vinegar, Cider 40
Bice, 10m
Raisins 25
Tea, Imperial. .; .1,251,80
" loung uyson..... l,Zol,80
" - Black............ 1,0091,60
". Japan....... ....11.40
Candles, hard prossed 20
" star 20
Flour, per bbl .............. . 17,00
Butter., 25
Lard 8
Eggs. 25
Cheese 20
Crackers , .10012
Starch ..' 10
Soda. 10
Tartar, cream 60
Salt, per bbl...; ....$2,50
i'epper, grain....: 40
Allspice 40
Potatoes 75
Hoof, dried 25
Bams, country cared.... .....121
" sutrar cured ... , 18
Shouldors 8
Baooa, ' side. . ....,...... 10
Boeswaz , .' 25
Tajlow 09
Feathers...........;,.:!..:.. 70
Wheat... ,fl,25Al,ft5
Corn 4o50
By 80
Oats.......... 35
Wool ................. ....4IQI0
Rebuking Sin.
Some fellow' mortar, a
just appreciation 6f the gfeat
sin of cheating tne printer, ana
s Mudible desire to reform the
world gets off the following:
Th matt wrro cheats tbprlntr" "
. .Out effilftgl cent,- ' -
Will never reach (jbwtffttffy ll(
Where old Elijah" wM.
ItS Will bet g afn admittance there,
y dcvlli he'll be driven,
And made to loaf liil tlfff away,!
On tilde the wall Of HcHTen.
Without t man tt Jjreet hiity
Without a pleaant grid,
THS tbapplneae that h Will reaj
Will bo almighty thin.
lle'll have to cat tfa tiitftle,
Of Sorrow and regret, .
He'll hT to buck around right ima'rt
With cuiiednei "jon bet."
Tilt CoUNYfcf SfcKMS TO HI FILL
ED with SMSclrlc. For the cure of
lung diseases, that one scarcely
kuows which to use, for want of
confidence in their medical proper
ties; but from the remarkable cures
and the higher order and extraor
dinary efflcftojr of Allen's Lung
Balsam, that we are compelled to
regard the evidence of our .'. senses,
and confidently state for cough and
cold, and that hydra-headod mon
stor, consumption, we think that
preparation a safe and certain cure
that is now before the public. For
sale by all medicine dealers. 3-tf
The railroad is a sure insti
tution. The people of Logan
will take stock in the' enter
prise, Let all work .together.
DR. WHITTIER,
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
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pronounced ia
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rerr remedy fot the week
uddebiXtated.
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dlgeetion,
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or powarfnl dlaretlo
hare failed.
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB !
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the rieh medleinaj qnalU
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fn-mtr which at r iha
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. aar lllneu iwlll lad at
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hare no appeUte, alway
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log well; ehonld lake ti,
, to get itrom end health
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ft.rlrt.ijr. Ornhlt i. Mrnln .r
of elKht, plmplea ontha raoa, eonrualonJ
of Idaae, araralon to aoolety of femalaa.i
foaa of memory and aanual power, r.M.n.(
marrlaao tmproDer. pamunur nm. ftill
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ia IM. Ma dmAIAd aarlaa w
' frree of CharcftV-CafiatTd eet
a sanrphy bottle ot JDr Boschee's Ger
man' Syrup.rei of charge, Hi Strong's
orSisson's Dr'ttg Store, McAVtnur,
or of Will A Cd., Xaleski. It n'as
lately boon introduce'd in thirf ooun
try from Germany and for any per
Bon sutfeaing with a severe cough,
coti settled on the breast, consump
tion1 or any disease of the throat and
Jungs it has no equal in the worlds
Kogufar sile bottles 75 ets. In aft
cases money Wilt be promptly, re
turned if perfect satisfaction is not
given. Two doses will relieve any
case, Try it.
The Marietta & Cincinnati
Railroad Company have just
received from the Grant Loco
motive "Works, Patterson, N.
J., engine No. 68 a first-class
freight . engine the first of a
lot of sir, contracted for imme
diate delivery. All of them, we
learn, will be in service within
the t next two weeks. This
company has added to its
freight car equipment during
the past year 4oo cars, aud is
still adding largely,
AND
Cheaper than the Cheap.it at
Bishop s, WilkeaYille, O.
To Stock Feeders.
M. B. Kadcliffd, of Circlovil e,
Pickaway county, Ohio, has 6,000
shocks of corn for sale. Can furnish
good lots for either cattle or hogs,
with running water. Persons
wanting corn will find it to their
interest to go and soe the situation
and buy of him.
ForAyer'a Medicines, ro to 0.
W.Sisson'a.
Manhood! Womanhood!
Who may merry and who not. Way? Im
pedimenta, cimai and cure 108 pases Jsent
iealedfor23 centi. Addrex T)r. WH1TTIER,
817 Charlie Street, St. Louie, Mo., who treats
all ctironln, virulent, and special diseases. The
moit luccesaful epeciallit of the bro. 1-tf
"The American Volunteer,"
is tie title of a new and beauti
ful waekly, just commenced at
Pittsburgh, Pa., "deroted to
I . i, a 1
tie interests ot tue stirring
Soldiers and Sailors.of the War
for the Union." Published
by Messrs. Lowry, Brown &
Co., at $3 per year. The first
number is a gem in its literary
contents, and the Publishers
promise future issues will main
tain its excellence. We
welcome it to our exchange
list and wish it success.
WILL
All Those Who Suffer
FROM
Consumption or Cough,
PLEASE
Read the Following Letter:
MOUNT VERNON, ILL., APRIL 20, 1870.
Mansr J.N. Uarria ft Co.. Oinclnaatl. O.
GtSTLKmH: I heard one of mr cmtnmtri
peaking in men hlh termt of Allen' I.ung
DnUam to-day, that I thought I would write to
you the suDitance or nis siaioment: lie iiti
hie mother who i now tlxty years of aire, hail
urlered with eontumptlon for lererar yean
and has been und.r the care of all our beit
phyiir.lam, but uerer received any permanent
benefit; then ihe resorted to most erery kind
of Cough and Inng Ilnliam that could be pro
cured tor nar, rjut an to no avail, ono still
rrew worie. until il) was confined to her bed:
and when the was selzod With a paroxism of
cougoin;eiie wouia ioe tne power oi respira
tion, aud thsy were compelled to restore
breathing; and while alia coughed to hard iha
could not expectorate anything, and the family
and friends had a-ivee tin all Iiod-i of her re
covery. Her ion notliced thnt advertisement
of Allen Lung Dnlsam in the Christian Id
ocuto.and they thought they would procure
and try it. They commented giving her tho
Balsam at 6 p. ni ns directed, a dose every
hour until midnight; then she took another
pull of coughing' and expectorated a month
full of dark, yellow matter, which was some
thing the had not been able to do for some time.
They continued to give her the Balsam until
morning, and then she began to expectorate
freely, and within two hour, the had expecto
rated three pint of mucus matter, which gave
her imnenlate relief; and since thnt time ih
has continued to Improve. She now sits up ill
day, and can walk about the house and take
considerable out-dnor exorcise. Her sen
bought moro of iho Balsam to-day, and h it
recommending it very highly to every one.
Tours, respectfully,
A. 0. JOHNsOX, DniRirlst.
Wm there ever greater proof of merit than
thacaae this letter refers to
AIXKN'S MJNd. BALSAM le without doubt
the best expectorant remedy ever offered to
tb afflicted public- It cnntalna no opium In
any form, and Its uta it harmlea t the most
delicate.
Direction! accompany each bottle.
7 Female brail Medicine Dealer.
ClCTION.-Cill for "ALLEN'S LUNO TtAL.
SA)," and elma the us of any other baleam,
worthli
nnprincipira men may oeceiv you witn
isi pi eperauona.
I t,
WOTniNO SO GOOD AS
DB. WEAVER'S
FOR HTTMORS.
THISE IHVAWAItLK MEDICINES HAVE
achieved a COMPLKTK TRIUMPH In
eradicating Humoii, of all kinds, from the Hu
man tyttem. .They wer Introduced to the
pnhliotnma ltyeartaince, and hnve been tued
with entire anoense. The CANCEIt and WAl.T
RHKUM 8YHUP ia taken Internallr. Which
cleanses the Blood, by throwinu lmpui ltlci to
thesurfaoe, when theCKKATIC is applied, ex-
inrnniiy, ana an eruptions are nenroycn, ana
Health and llnnutr restored. Their aBTOV.
ISHlNGHUOLKilB hns.allod ont manyisno.
rant pretonaera, who nave lnirouuccii ineir
wonderful preparation! to th public They
are out In a? moat every form, from Panae.aaa
down to Fills, and all for Humors, (of course
mev nroj, .
Hut It lias been reserved to D. Weaver's Btr.
cr and (JXiTI to achieve whatfunilef th elr.
onmatanoea) may be rognrUod at th most lu il
llant triumph yet achieved by any medicine
ever Introduced to the American public. Why
lathlif Simply became they perform what
they promlae; and notwithstanding the intro
duction of those now and wonderful prepara
tion! to the nubile, the Salt Ithcurn Svrnn and
Cerate keep iteadliyon their way, oonojuorlng
at they go. If the ptiblle with to try these new
preparations, w have lint word to iny, for
they havea tnre remedy to fall hack upon
viai Dr. Weaver' Cancer and Halt Rheum
SyrnpaadCerat. Of till fact th publlo ar
wen aware, lor tnnnsnnns, in an sections or
the nountrr. have been ourad br then, mttmr all
tner remod Ies have failed.
For sal bv all medicine ddalnrl and O. W.
SIBbON, lloArthur.
ai. naaais m uu., rrop'n.
47 ' Cincinnati, 0.
! fetlaMltf ' ,
t. Wi SISIOIT. Ittlrtkar;
: DB. 3. S. BTROJffl, '
ft. S. WILOOt M 110., Ittadea '
m.H.iiii.orioir. ' wkevtiu
kEALTH AND BEAUTY!
tn i
Stroaj ttnet Psiru BUta jBloud I
ree. bt Fleuh und 'Wuio'kti
-Oleur Rn und autVUl
CorrikileeUon,
biicv&isi) TO ALL)
RAiWAT'S . SAfesAPARILLIAI.
EES0LVZ5T
ias ifAi'ir ?it MysT, AftroirTrtjihr
.curks.mSo quffK, id ftinn ARK
TH E CH AlTGXS T.il R BOD T ITHJliyt
tSOKS (;,Hl)ItRTU ISFI.tTFJSct
OF THIS, JR.CI.TwnNnJSK.
rw vv.vicmt, that
Iftttry Day an iii'creiisis bf Mtth and
Weight is stthjitid FclU
SVr'ofMlt, Consnmptlon, 4(w pfilTfaT ia, tU
many forms, (llandular Vlori
in tit Thront, Mouth: Tumors'; .Sbdct ia the
tJlaaJ. and other parts of the ajfttun.; Sore
Eyes, jStrumou Diichtrgti from . ,tlie, .?-r;
r.rupnTC uiaeanei oi me eyes, nose. ,uputn,
and the rorm ofSkln Diseases: Eruptions, Fe
ver Sores, Scald Head, King-worm. Salt Kheum
F.rysipelas, Ague. Black Suotl, Worms ia the
riwih. Tumors, Wtncera In the Womb, and nil
Weakening aUd.Fslhful Discharge; Night
Swoata. and all Waflell of the Life Principle,
are within the Curailv JtMige ot Radway's
Sarnaparlllian Eesolrent, end Strew davi' uaa
Win prove to anr person using It for either of
these forms of ddeas ill potent power to anr
them.
Not onWdoe the S ACKAPARILttiW ftl
BQLVBNTecvel all known remedial aifentt in
the Cure f Chronic, Scrofulous. Conitltntlnn,
Skin and Syphiloid dUeatet, but It it the only
poiitlva remedy for
KIDNEY, UIALDER,
Urinary and Womb Diteanes. Gravel, Dlaaetei,
Dropty, Incontinence of t rine. B right's Dia
earn, Alhumlnurla, and In all ca.ot where
there are Brick Dust Denosit. or th water la
thick, cloudy, mixed with substnnaest like the
white ot an erg, or threadi like wmteiilk, or
mere ii a morula anric, nmoiii appearance, and
whit bone-dust deposit, and where there It a
S ricking, burning remntion. and imln in th
mall ol the Back, and along lb Lnlnt. In all
these conditions RADWAY'S 8AK8APA
RILMAK RFSODVKNT, aided by th applica
tion of Had nay 'a Ready Hrellefro the Spine
nnd Small of th Back, and the Bowel regula
ted with on or two of Radway's Regulating
lMllt uerday, will soon make a complete cur.
In a few day th patient will be abl to bold
and discharge water naturally without pain,
and the Oriue will be restored to ita natural
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Ar supplied with new, healthy and Vlgoroni
blood, that furnishes sound structuie. Hence
all suffering from Weakening Dlecharret,
either Male or Female, or from Clcnrt or Sores,
through the reparative proca.sof lUPWAT'S
SAatMAPAKILiAN, are arrested, and th rup
tured organ healed.
OVARIAN TUMOR CTJRRD TtlVIOR OF
TWILTI TEARS' OKOWT11 CURED BT RAD
WAT'S RKSOLVKNT.
Bkvbrly, Mais., JnlyU, i860.
DR. RiBWAT i I have had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovarietand bowel. All Ihe doctors said
"there was no help for It." I tried every thing
that whi recommended, but nothing helped nie.
I tawyour Rexolvent. and thought l would try
It. but had no faith In it. because I hail suffered
lor twelve years. I took six bottle of the He
solvent, one box of Rod war'. Pilla, and used
two bottles of your Ready Relief ; and there it
nm, niKa oi a tumor to ne seen or reit, and J
feel better, smarter, happier than I have for
twelve years. The Worsttumor woain the left
aid of the bowel, over the groin. I writ tlilt
Myouionne oeueatoiotheri. Toa can pub
lish if you chooae.
, HANNAH P. KJTArr.
IST Price One Dollar.
JRj.
EADWAT'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
ncenty Minutes
Not on honr after reading thl adrtrtiiomont
need any one luflor with pain.
RAD WA TS RE A D Y REL 1EF
ISACURBFOREVIRTPAIN. ITWASTHl
FIRST, AND IH
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Inttaatly itop't the most xeruaiating pain
ALLATS INFLAMMATIONS AKD Ct'RES
CONGESTIONS,
Wh'tthtr of th Lungs, Stomtcli, Jlowali, mt
thaglandt and organs, by one application,
In Prom One to Twenty Minutes,
Ho mitter how violent or excruciating th
pain, the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm,
Crippled, Kervou. Neuralgic, or prostrated
r ui.cnso, maj tuner,
Radway's Readv Relief
Will. In from oni to twihtt MIHDTka, afor
a4anieemfrt, and thlt medicine, to rapid in
stopping pain, can be purcbaiad Fifty Cent
per bottle tt almoit (very druggitt't and conn,
try nierchant'i itore on thlt continent, and
within one liour'i distance of almost every hab.
ltutlon In the United States.
KiiBVMATisti Attn nmmr.erA,
MtttCJfA TISiT JA'J) JiXVRJ Leu,
If those who are now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the cam may b, or hv what namo
it is cfilled-if external, apn(y Rapwir's
RCADTKcLrkPioth part of the body whpre
thpaln is present.. If Internal, 20 drops, dilu
ted in water, as a drink. Whether Crahi pi,
Spiims, Inflammation. Congestion, Ailatio
Cholera, Cliilltnnd Fever, ih moat violent, ex
cruciating and tortuiing paint Will be Hopped
in from one to twentv mlntitol.
Will Afford TnMnt
INFLAMMATION OF THK KIDNIT8,
I V PF. A MM il'lHU CV rrtt u nv
IHrtAMMATION OK THK BOWKLS,
CONOESTION OF TUB T.rNOS.
SOBS THEOAT, DIFFICULT BREATHINO,
PALPITATION OF THK njiAltT.
HT8TIHCS, CROUP, DIPHTI1KRIA,
u. I a a mm, IJNFLCBBZA.
nXADACflE, TOOTHACIIK, '
KirttDirriTi tittfu ..
COLD, CHILLS. AOUS CHILLS. "os,
i ne appiicaiitin oi llie Kr.ALx RrCTJEF to
the part or parol where th pain or dlinculty
exiiti will au'ord ease and comfort. 30 drons
in a half tumbler of water will, la a few mp.
raent9,ctire Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach
Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dynen.
V.L . ' " " ci., an law.
nnl Paint.
Traveler should alwnvt carry a bottle of
RADW A Y RELIEF with them. A few drops
aa nuvvi w a. i'u(uii DIvS. IITTMB or pill TIB IrOlQ
chADfca of wtr. It Is botttr than Fr
avawuvtj v ajiikuii ao m Nil iiiuiUII V
FEVKR AIDAUE.
JfKVEItAND AOUK8CURKD
FEVRR AND AQUKCUKEQ
that will cur FKVER 'JA1!!. WW,
Thar la not a rumatrilal a4'117.
and all other Malarious, ,,t".. Hrurhat Tv
DhO d. Yellnnr anrf .,!,. llioUB, BOIirlBt, TV.
rtriuso,,,,,--;
. a.OIOl
aja.,.. .Jn ii j '. wp iinirvra.
w.?f-i?fll lHU- Hi'fdVeri n the
' ' - ii utjr.borjng ai in.
rate of one and two hundred dollars for u few
-iVi;. rceping innmaeives aud
ram 11 Im frpo f roin if B fKlt nnilaVX, CHILLIS
Hill' "0"ATi8M, dtc, ihron. "
U . Prle only W oentl per bottle,!
Rubber Stoppar Bold at all Droggistt, and at
York" 0fle'' Wo' 17 M'' rL.NW
EE. RADWAY'S PERFECT CURA
TIVE FILLS,
Ptxrterft ustmisss,
ElemntiT Cnafarl .1.1. C.a A.
PURSB, MOtJLATB. rtTRlFT. CLEAUlt Ab
laa.ituiua.jl.
RadwrT paU,
a itpmnngRs of-mic stoma cr, itrrn,
BOW MS. KIDHBTS, BlADDBR, KSlt VO ui
miner itwtnir.hr, i.,......'i
qosrirxiBiis, ianiahsTloff, btsrspsiA
BIUOVS JFKrKH, IN FLAK.
ma tion of iaa So trsis, runs, and.ii i i
rangement of th Internal Vleera.
Warranted to Iffect a PoaltlveTura
. rilKKI.Y VKOfcTABLi '
DILtTiBlOUt Dice 8
- "'.iiprintjai t ne n t or the tomiu-h
Rwlnminr or ih iiT... at j " , V.V!l,Mnr
JnSn.V'' lntterilBthIIrt, Choklngor
?fLn.t",f """Jr'PV wh"n ' Wait ro
tr Wrnnessor Vltitiri, Dots orWbtefor
i ghrevdr,nd Iltill l'alu IB th Htud!
!.el.e,SVvt.,th'P1,:UI?1!, .T"wnst mt tit
5JJinaM "?f Pf lB th Chett, Lluih.
FlMb ' !!., Buraihi la tb
. f,,V?.0M' BBWAT' rtt.t.i will fr tb
yitem from all tbe abov-aama dltorder.
IM 25 Cui P.p Box.
Ho. njhUaltu, If. V.
. gf Matdeu Luue. New 1m. lutwuaMCa
itlutkt Mudt wtH besautyuu,
taua4kV4lfrtfM
tr l;LIHfl Bear Tutiwaay to tM
" 1 . . ... M
VTlBMHia, varaaiaa mn. aM .
H'wn rrojrtaiar, B U. UcDoaaui A C Pracr.t. ...
tlaerar JJItter are.net avlle Fancy Drlnk
Made of PooeUnm, Wklakof, frodf Spirit
uaS Bni Liqaert doeiorsd; tplted. ITe
eedto pleas (lit.taatt, called "Tonics " App.Ua
en," Reiirers," Ae.;;tbst Isail the tippler ea tu
drankenneu ad ruln.'brtt af'o true lldl(;lne,'nide
from the Native RoHs iad;iTerbi of Csllfdrnla, f'raej
Yum all Alcehelle StIMaluife.- They are th
ORISAT BLOOD rf ItlflER ad A HF
OITINU PRINCIPLB, p.tf.ctB.novalor aad
lavljof atot Of tbe Byatsm, carrying off. ill rtolaonen
tiatt.r and restoring thi blood to a healthy f ondltian.
K pinni eaa take these Bitters eoeordltg to. dlrte
tioet and temala long fenwell, provided their opa
ate sot deetroyid by nlnef a poison or ether nu"
tad th vital organs watlsd btyoad tht petal f r'
pair.
Tbef ara a Ceaite fargatlT HI Well
Tenld, bosseetlng tlse, the poeutlar merit of acting
M a (tow.rfol tgent u rallirlnf Congettlea or mlttn.
Station ef the Liver, and all the Visceral Organ.
FOtt FK3IALK COMFLAINTB, thither U
yoang or old, marrl.d or tlnila, tt tbt (IstrB tt bo
nanbood er at the tare bf life, tittle Teale Bluer have
ao eqoat.
Fr InSawaiatiiry aa4 ('fctanle Shetlahu.
tlam 4 CBti Dyapeptlu r ladigeKilen.'
Billon, Remittent and Intermittent tVvrrau
Disease f in Bleed, Liver, Kldncrt.Bhol
Bladder thaie Dlttora have bom most inceetifci.
aid Dlienae arc earned by Vitiated Cfetd.
which It gcnetilly prodattd by dtrtngcaMnl ef the
Dlf eatlTO Orgu, Si
DYHPfiPSlA Ott INDICESTiO, ltia'
ache, Ftin In the Ekealders, Congiit, Tlghtneu 6f th
Cbeit, Dlulneil, tout trnet.Uons ef Uit StAnaek.
Bad taste la the Utrhth, Unions Attacks, PtlpltaUea
eftbentart.InflamratUod cf th Lnpgt.Paln m tit
reglont of the Kidneys, and t hutdred elber palatal
iratptoni, tra tht bftsprtngt 6rDyipepsli
Tbey Invigorate tb Stomach and MlmslsUthetor.'
Id liver nd bovtls, whleb render them ofaneqnalled
efficacy In cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and
Imnsrtlng new life and vlpor to the whole, system,
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Ernptleni, Tetter, Sett
fcb.tim, Bio telie SpoU, Pimples, Puitulci, Belli. Cat.
bascles, RlDg-Worms, Seald-Bead, Bore lye, trltlpa,
elts, Itch, Scurfs, Dlseolorstlens el tin gfcln, bbnort
and DUcasc of the Skin, of winterer Heme or BaMre.
are literally dog op and carried ort ef the tystem la a
short time by the nse ef these Bitten. One bottle In
earattTe,Mt.COn,,lnC', D,0U lnoralOn oftuai? (
Cletnie the Vitiated Klocfl wbehevvr Ton ted ltd
te'i' ,B.r,t nt the akin InftiuplM, Krai
liIf'tl'""? " I"" t Sb.trncd
S" T,8L ln !S vein t clemse It vbch 1 1 1. fotal and
I22r.f,eS",ff "J oa Vrl,on K P bo blood nor
aad tht health of Ui system will Mloift
. y- r - . . vn,a.iv. v., M.v.
k i w, -a- re, on.t otiier utiKMHi lerklttg tn U
ystam ofso many thonanedt. are elfectually de.tro
edaod ratnoved. tor full dlreetiona, rend earemily
the circular ar.und earh bottle, prlat.d In four Uar
gaagta-IlBgllik, Gorman, French aad Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. n. McDOKALD A CO '
DrngliU end Oin. Agente, fiaa Tranelseo, Ctl- eaj
U trd U Commere Bttett, XeV Ye'rk.
tySOLD BY ALL DXDGQISTB AND IHtALrMi.'
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Tlioss Radicnl neWepaperv
vliose editors manage viilftgti
Postofiiceb, are pitching into
the New York TrlrAme ft.-,
j-iouslj, because of its liold
and fearless denunciations t)f
the corruptions of the GrAnf.
Administration. Q-reetey can
live without the aid of govern
ment pap, and therefore he
can afford to speak the truth ia
regard to Grantjiis nhatnefal
depotism, bis disreputable gift
taking, and his notorious and
disgraceful speculations
He is an enemy of the De
mocracy, who seeks to discour
age the party by the assertion
that we have no chance to elect
a President. The last Con
gressional election shows that
we have a maoritv of 250.000
of the while Voters of the Uni
ted States Even with the
nigger vote, the Republicans
are only 40,000 ahead. This
is nothing in a vote of many
millions.
Few people probably really
realize how many acres there
are unoccupied in the great
West. There are eleven ter
ritories, two or three of which
are twice or three times ns large
as all New England; and it is
a small territory that Is hot ten,
times as large as Massachusetts.
Colorado is thirteen times ns
larCA flU AflrriMf.ffa (,!!.
--o- ; i, v.uu
I Inlfnf nnrl AviVnna
.. w var V iatiVUltj Oil O Q A J I
as large again as Colorado. The
eleven terrritories r contain
over one billion and quarter
acres, exceeding by nearly two
hundred thousand square miles
the aesreirate t.fr.MtnrvT p n
. u swa W vI LLkM,
the at nresenf. e1m:a.4 Ci.i..
of the Unio.n nnVta fnu
.i..w vviiuuiy
of Alaska, contains 3G9,529,G0O
filfA Jrrmnn. tvinr.
jwuug uiliu VTUUHtJ
nn Manners and clothes crea-
tei a decidedlv favorable im
pression on the marriageable
women of an Iowa town, was
shamefully neglected when it
became known that he had re
ceived a dispatch 'to come
home immediately as the baby
was very sick.'
The paper is to the . people
what a sign-board is to the i
traveller. The paper tells who
is in business and where to
trade; and the sign-board, tells ,
tho name of the place Tand ;
direction. Then if you want. I
people to boy ofy6u', tejl tjiera,
through the paper, where von " .
stay and what you have.

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