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MIIM-mRD BVJtllY WKtlKfoirtAY hv
JCDITOU ANt) I'ROVttlHTOR.
MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
Complaint is mntfo fn I'pg'nrd' to'
tlio bad condition of tha stroot cross
fags in soma parts nf our town.
SYLVESTER SnitY, who rosid'od
about two miles west of Znloski1, re
moved" to lOinsns lust wook.
Tn Van" Wort thoy rim,' ft boll lit
10 o'clock, in tlio evening, and nil
saloons tiro tlion closodf.
Atlions hns a river ttnd u canal
Athens Journal;
Aro thoy for Bale? McAriliur has
neither.
E. Wagner has sold his drug
store at Z.tleski and removed
to Irontou .
TrtE month of February, 1872, hud
fiva Tltn-reJiiya h ovvmyoncQ that
is siuif, will not iifjnin liajiperr ont.il
tlio your 19.000. A lontr, limo nltetid.
A. J. Swatm, n former rosi-font of
ibis county, is onoof tho Jiislicos of
tlio Peuco of Walrrloo Towmhip.
Athens county. Ho proprietor
Of tho Hotol ut Marshfiel.I,
Trie KuusKRT. Tlio March num
berof this popular juvenile mnjii
fcino is upi.n our table. It is pub
lished by John L. Shorey, Boston,
Muss. Prico 81. 50 pur year,
Tub attention of Worlcinmmi
find otliors is directed to prospeelit
of tho Mho York Weekly Star, to be
found in this paper. Tlio Star is
not only a good pi.per but is very
chonp.
;
The following is a lint of letters,
remaning In tho Post Oilico. nt Zi
leski, on tho 1st of March, 1872: .
Adam tlolin, S. W. .Tones, GonrRi M. Kins?.
Milt. Itibertmn. John IStgitnratnif. .1 icon J.
B nlth, Sfrlnoy Stephemon, Cirotin" Ktnikev.
Andrew Clliio. Thoini". M ihcd.v, I.lzzle Larder.
Runnel Coe, (Yale Morn's in, Andrew Martin,
H. A Thompson, U train Wilcox.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
tt !'. stated on what fueim rul in'tlc testlnnnv
that tho Railroad Shops, tm-tit dated nt Za".
lesltl lire, before n "treat wliiln. to take up their
Jung tidkcl ofnew dn-iartitre from Zakskl to
this city. OtillierMt Adwtiter.
A nd, wo suppose that tho nex
tiling will bo tho removal of the
railway lino. "Now departure"
neems to be tho order of tho present
Thk following is a list of letter
vumaining in tlio Post Office, nt
MeArthur, on tho 1st of March,
1872:
Mln Delhi Broolts, tV. 0:w, W K C i.ipor,
Jiliry A. Dixon, J. .1. Wilier. Joint Muielv, Mrs.
I.. A. SliMWM, Miss Aceiieutii Tovcn.
J. G. WILL, P. M. J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
DtE Modknwki.t. -Tho issno of
February lit of this mugninVent
fashion Journnl is recoivod. It in
published somi' monthly, nnd is the
finest and most comploto fashion
journal now published. Terms 3
per annum. Address, S. T. Taylor,
DDI Canal Street, N". Y.
Wfi were pleased to receivo n call
o.n Wednesday last, from Prof,
Black, tho music teacher, who in
now touching ut tho M. E. Church
in this town, IIo la an excellent
teacher of music and has a largo
class, tz.u.u. i.
It Is said that the collision which
occurred nt Vinton Station Inst Sat
urday night voek,of which wo spouo
last wook, will cost tho Kid I way
Company over six thousand dollars.
Ton cars, loaded with oil and other
freight, woro thrown down tho
high ombankmont a few foot fro in
tho Arch, most of tho curs beinjr
damagod so badly that they can not
bo repaired. Tho engine, a now
ono, was badly brokon. A few rods
of tho track wore torn up. A; J.
HigRins, Superintendent of tho
road bod, was at tho wrock on Wed
nesday Inst, giving directions to his
largo forco of men about tho ro
lnoval of "tho things trolten." The
assistance of u locomotivo was required.
Demoricst's Magazino for Febru
ary comes to us fresh from tho foiyi-tain-head
of fashion. Its publish
ersBeom to bonovor failing In their
effort to make it tho model Mngii-
ai no of America, and have always
tittninocl thoir point. Notwith
standing the many attractions in
tho magnzino Itsolf, making it worth
double tho subscription prico, thoy
uro now offering tlio. beautiful oil
chromo "Isn't Sho Protly," worth
$8 or "The Pots Music Lospon ' a
now nnd beautiful oil chromo, also
worth 88 to ovory yonrly subscri
ber, at $3, giving Sll in valno foi
$3 in cash. Tho Young America has
also boon recoived. It la such n
publication as every child should
have. Only $1.50 por yonr.
Address W. J. Domorost, 838
Broadway, Now York City,
A book should be lurainou
but not voluminous.
Do not forgot to attend tho An
niversary Eutoi'tuiivment of tho Y.
M. C. A.', at the M. E. Church, next
Monday evening. Tho Association
proposes to present a literary pro
gram m'ou of rare cxcollonco'. The
.inuwia is to bo undor thd direction
of Prof. Slack nnd Mrs. Prof.
Barnks, and will consist of Chor
usos, Trios, Vocal flnd IiistriinvoDtal
Duetts, Vocal ilnd' Violin Solos, &o.,
Wo are authorized by thO' Com
mittee to say that tho decorations
will far surpass anything of the
kind ever attempted hero, and will
alone bo worth moro than- the low
price of admission.
Single' Admission,- 15 cents.
Families of 4 porsons, 50' cents.
Tickets to be hud at all' tho stores
in Mc Arthur.
An Established Fact.
It, is a well established fact that
people Will' buy goods at almo'st
any soason of tho year if they ore
sold cheap enough. Now, at tho
Honso of Will & Co , at Zuloski,
can bo found an assortment of New
Goods, just rcoeivod from tho city,
which'ttre very cheap indeed, lhe
stock is completer nnd Very euhable
for tlio Reason. It is not necessary
to sny that tho firm keep tho niost
attractive lot of Goods in tho town.
Last ThursdayFebruary 29,1872,
tho Inst day of tho month and the
hmt. of winter, can surely bo remem
bered because tho greatest snow
storm that has boon witnessed for
several years visited this region.
Flio storm commenced about 3
o'clock on that morning and con
tinned until 3 in tho afternoon.
Friday was a very pleasant day,
and much of tho snow disappeared.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis-
on's Drug 'tor".
Mince Pies. Boil five pounds of
lean and juicy beef until tender,
and while boiling keep closely cov
ered, when cool chop very fine.'
Chop well three pounds of nice beef
suet, seed threo pounds of raisins
and chop, three pounds of well
washed and dried currants, two
pounds of citron cut into . slices,
grato the rind of six fresh lemons,
two table-spoonfuls of cinnamon
four good sized nutmegs grated, one
teaspoonful ground white ginger,
ono tca'spoonful of salt, chop finely
fourteen good sized pippins; mix
these well together, nnd if necessary
use more apples, put in a stone pnt
cover it with good French brandy
and wine; this must bo kept in n
cool, dry place, nnd improves by
keeping: a little cider is quite nn
improvement, added just hoforo it
is baited.
Tub Baltimore & Ohio lUilwny
Company always accomplish all that
thoy mako un effort to do.
Thoro Is no such word ns fiil con
nectod with any branch of their
works. It has great power, a de
termined will, nnd millions of mon
ey, Suppose that the Baltimore A
Dhio Company, which has control
of tho Marietta & Cincinnati Itai
(load, from Parkcrsburg to Cincin
nati, and of tho Ohio t Mississippi
Railroad, trom Cincinnati to St.
Louis, should resolve that tho dis-
tunco from Londonderry to Marsh
field, on tho proH-nt lino of tho Mtt
rietta k Cincinnati Railway, could
bo sliortoned at least ten miles by
constructing a new road almost upon
an air line between tboso two points
which would run about four miles
north of MeArthur, thoro is no
doubt but what tho work would be
commenced and accomplished. Hav
ing to competo with other through
railway lines tho B. ifc 0. Railway
cannot afford to lose so much tlmo
and moncj' in running upon nnd
keeping in repair an out of the-wny
portion of tho road. Tho Portsmouth
Branch would bo extended from
ITamden, by way of Dniulas and
MeArthur to intersect tho ro con
structod road north from MeArthur.
Notice to Stock Owners.
We aro prepared to print bills for
all owners of Slock Horses at vory
low prices. Como and roo cuts,
samples, &c, and learn prices.
Tue Country 8EBM9 to nn Vui
ed with SpeciVio. For the euro of
lung diseases, that ono scarcely
knows which to uso, for Want of
confidence in their medical proper
ties; but from the rcmarkablo cures
and the higher order and extraor
dinary efficacy of Allen's Lung
Balsam, that wo aro compelled to
regard tho evidonce of our Ronsos,
and confidently stato for cough and
cold, and that hydra-headed mon
ster, consumption, wo thir.k that
preparation a safe and certain cure
that is now before tho public. For
salo by all modicino dealers.' 3-tf
Flower and Garden Seeds.
Thoso wWiing to purchuso seeds
of any kind . will givo us a call.
Poverty U tho sixthjonse.
Fire at Wilkesville.
Editor ENQuirnuir- A
Very calamitous fire occur&T in
our vilhirtt on the . 28th',
tilt. Tli'tf ilvvellih": house
of Dr. 1L U. Hishop wustotnl-
ly destroyed by flra' on the
moniiftg of the ribdve date..
The liimiilea of the limine verr
engaged in their n?u.-d occupa
tions entirely nnkwnre of the
impending calamity, nnd -such
was the rabidity nnd impetu
osity with which the flames
spread thai, notwithstanding
the'exei tioris of the citizens of
this place, who assembled in
considerable numbers to nkssist
in removing the property,
nothing of nny ennsequence
wa saveiU All the house
hold furiiilure with t he excep
tion of n piano, together with
otlnjr property of a very value
able, nature were entirely con
sumed by the devouring ele
111. lit '
As to the origin of the fire
nothing can be ascertained
with any degree of certainty
however the opinion h that it
wns caused by a defective flue.
The property was insured in
the "Home" of Columbus for
$1,000. Los about $1,000.
Dr. T shop and his son Dr.
J. C. Bi-hop have the sympa
thies of the entire community
to whom they have endeared
themselves by their uniform
kind nnd generous characters
as medical practitioners in this
and surrounding country.
,
G. E. C.
Inst a little more snow
came on Sunday n'ght,
although the supply, furnished
by the wholesale last Thursday ,
hud quite disappeared. Sunday
night's supply is all exhausted
and the weather is cool as the
middle of winter.
There are almost as many
cliangt's in the weather as there
are thieves holding office un
der the Grant Administration.
"HOW TO GO WEST."
Forty "j'enra apco, "Illinois was ns
far west as ftiost people wished to
go, nnd journeys wero mado in the
legendary "Prairie Schooner," but
in these days of Progress and Im
provement, tho word West has
come to moan Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas. Colorado, California and
the Territories, and the traveler
reaches nl most any point therein by
tt splendid line of Railroad.
This Lino of "Railroad is the
Burlington Routo, which starts from
Indianapolis over tho Indianapolis.
Bloomington and Western Short
Line, nnd from Logansport over
tho Toledo, Peoria, and Warsaw
Railroad and running through
BuRLtNQTow roaches Omaha, Lin
coln, Nebraska City, Saint Joseph,
Atchison, Lonvenworth nnd Kansas
City, connecting with tho Union
Pacific, Kansas Pacific, nnd other
railroads running from thoso cities.
People tfoing to Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansns, California, or any point in
tho Territories, will study their own
interest by going -'By way of Bur
lington," for tho rates of that Line
arc 1 always as low as any other, and
it is tho best Routo in the West,
thorcforo you aro more sure of your
safety and comfort. '
The Burlington Route has admir
ably answered the question "How
to go West?" by tho publication of
an cxcollont Pamphlet, containing
a largo truthful ninp of the Great
West, and muijh interesting nnd
valuable information which enn bo
obtained, free of charge, by address
ing General Passenger Agent B. &
M, R. it , Burlington, Iowa.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to -Sisson's. . .
The Grnntites who nre
cnpalile of putting the proper
valine on the movements of in
cliv'ulual politicians in their
ranks, concede tlint Colonel
Forney's resignation of the
eollectoivliip nt Pliiladelphia i
(he heaviest blow that has yet
been struck against Grant and
hi administration. C1. For
ney was tlio first leading Re
publican politician to urge Gen.
Grant for the Presidential nom
ination in 1868, and he did po
on tho grounds that he wn9
the only num the Republicans
could elect in that year,
affagaajaaaaaaTrBaaaaaaaaaaaal
It affords us a pleasure to onll the attention of
tlio public to tha advei-tlesment of Tai ls llortom
who i manufacturing nnd dcnling In Ilia best
furnltu re. Coffins nf all kinds always on tiandg.
Ho soils evorj thlngnt prices that defy com
potiUou. Thoso wishing any style of Fnrnltttro or any
repairing done ahould glvo him a call .
Where tho hedge is lowest
the devil leaps over.
Mutcil may be nta t.n.havaeomo In like
lnmlj this year but we aro bound' to ny it i a
very eolil-blooileil lamb. -
Court Biljonrnrt iiut FrWuy oliom'ion until
the Jflih of this month. Another Jury will be
'drawn for the jiiljourncrt aiwiiton. The lust
caso dispell! olWlho (-tnmltf aiilt of Hill vj.
Dunklo. tho verdict ( thi) )Vy boing for tho
dofondiiut: . , ''
Ottiu Euy w4 tl;oii by tho ShorllTtotho
Stale Roform I'nrin, on Tliiifsdiiy laat. He wua
not a b&d boy, but )id no nmr.
If TOO WANT TOOKT AHj TOTTR
i
(In Wani to
'i-imoiiiiVn ma th IJJ2AL Ii.S I AT '
HT'.(tIS'rl''U; f'lTTHJIOIlOB.I'A. (M'cnul.v
u coin no-: L?'.V?""1': .s .'.""'.".""Py fro'
For Ayct'8 Medicines, gj to 0.
W. Sisson's. . -
A Beautiful Woman.
The perci)tlvo faculty "f women is usually
keener thnn the sumo phrenologlcl organ in
mnn. Woninn Inow tbut beauty rather timn
genliia Is worshipped by tho storrr sex. A
man may tullt of the latter to'hli lady-love, but
tho kfcnncss nf tho womsii knows that ho is
thinking of the former. Women are lond of ad
miration; iiencoono of thoir louginga i tobo
beautiful. The gruad seciet of fcinaleaauty is
health, the power to eat. digest nnd niinillato
a proper quantity of wliolosomo food. Tak
Vinegar Bitters. It will clonso tlio stomach
tone thp vital oi-gtns, give a perfect ingestion
purify tho blood. cloar'np the complexion and
prnduco n state of nirntalaud phyiicnl electric!
ty, which glvM synimontry of form, bright
eyes, white akin, glossy aid a genuine typo of
female lovollncss, which no cosmctto can pro
duco B 4t
Married.
On tli'c'.5!Tof Ffllrntnvy. WT by RV. ,r.BfN,
Mr JoSKrn Hobo and Miss Maitju J. Johnson.
McArthur Retail Market.
Corrected by Gilman Ward & Co., Dealers
in Dry Goods, &c., and Manufacturers
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Brown, N. 0.. 12 J
Clarified, N. 0 15
" Ooffeo A ..1C
" Crush' pul. & gran 18,
CotTeo, Rio choice o(i
Rio prime 222a
" Java 33
Orleans Molasses ........ . . . 8090
Double Extra Drips '. . . .Sl,0
Vinegar, Cider 40
Rice 1012J
Raisins 2f
Tea, Imperial. 51,251,80
" Young Hyson 1.25(rfl,80
" Black l,00(Al,fiO
" Japan , 81,40
Candles, hard pressed 20
star
Flour, pcrbbl 57,00
Butter In
Lard , A
Eggs 10
Cheese 20
Crackers
Starch
Soda
Tartar, cream
Salt, per hbl
Pepper, gruin.
Allspice
Potatoes
Boi'f, dried
llama, country cured.
" sugar cured
Shoulders
Bacon, side
Beeswax
Tallow
Feathers
Wheat
Corn
Hye
Oats
Wool
..10(3.12
i...... 10
10
(iO
?2,50
.40
-10
i suea-ai
75
a. 2.')
m
ii
, a
, 10
2
0!)
, f.5
.$1,10(7?.! !i0
15(S.)0
; 80
35
4550
a
M. CKOOK'S WINE OF TAIl I
Is a Preparntloa whloh
TIinOAT Un been tried- by ths
publio for ten years, find
AKI proved i.tMetr in tliou-
annds of canes OApahlo of
;Ll'JfOS. eurlnK nil dlnonsfnol tha
Throat aviid fVoiinpa.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Is ths romedy to uas
for Chtonio Couitha, or
Cnunhs and Colds. It
promptly cures them nil.
covoits
AND
tlANnnt-flrl aaiaa Af Pnn.
iia
COJf SCMrTIOJf.siimption pronounced in
oilrahla by physicians.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Has oured ao many eases
of Alhm and llronchl
tis, that It has been pre
nounced a specillo for
thoac comntnintti. If nf.
ASTHMA
AND
..va......a. fluted, will you let pruju.
BltOKClIITIrs.dic prevent yoa from
being cured allot
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Kenovatea and Invlgnr-
ates the emirn syntem,
Mmf ixv and rapidly restores Kx
BLC1LITT. hausted Strength. Tha
very remedy for the weak
imddahiliUiU-!.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Bastores tha Appetite,
atrBhftthena ths Hloni
APPETITE. soli, relaxes the Lur-r,
nnd puts them to work,
ciumes I ha food to dmi'st,
DYSPEPSIA. dikI mnkoa pura hlood,
removina riyspeptibla-
digestion, An.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
lis action on the Urinary .
Organs are both prompt
and marked. Itsuoocedi
DIUKETIO. in reproducing ths urln.
ary s.'uroiions when oth.
er powrful dluretloe
have failed.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TARi
Ks vogatnblo inarodi.
if .a entaof undoubtad Tonn
lo value, nomhined with
the rich modiolnal qmdi.
tlea of Tar contained ta
TAiaTia-) it. which make is the
TOHIt.m0lt rouble Tonio id
the market.
DR.;CRO0K'S WINE OF TAR!
Broken
down
Constitutions.
(lives tone and enaro to
Iletiilltiitod Constitutions
and all recovering trom
any Minna will flnd ll
the Deal Tonie lKyx
enn u.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Dellcato Females whe
haveno appetite, always
Dellcatef molsurrerlng,airl never feel
ing well, should take II,
to get strong and healthy
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR J
Removes pain In Breast,
Bide or buck, is a most
LIVED. . effective Kcnu!tnr ol tha
Liver, curing Jaundice,
or any Liver Complaint.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR!
Has made many nsaanni
aVritENUTIt!
AND
stromrani healthv who
had liean unable to work .
or wiillt lor years.
I t should bs ker
ipt It story
life-Klving
untried lir
a. a rmww heuse. and IU I
""tnnio projisitteatrloa liy
an.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR !
The Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad employs. 16,000 men,
1 .1:1 . ' 11 1
aiiu uisourses tor juuor ana mw
terial.$S01()fJ.pcr inonth.
m. WHITTIER;
CI7 St. Charles stroot, St. Louis, Mo;
Has bferj loneer enB.icetl In thntreat
fnont of VoriHraal, Keuiil .nil Prlvato
plsonsea tu "j uiiiPi,,,icuiuBi. Louu. u n.c
R ?.t'..?tr; hTt1"8' Cronltli,. Hernia -l
t)p ur, Mtrrturlai Affootlorm of in. thro",
bkinor tionoi 'tt ii.iui nha unpur.n.itd .uog..
.bpermuturrhona, Poxunl Debility n4
tic. a.i in m urer ).ar, or olLir eu., .i d wtrtoi
rrl" icrn n 01 ui r,iiuiiu ir..oi.i nervousness.
5?.t.lrh.:,Lvm,",,onB cloblllty, dlmneai,
Si lB.,JDt PjniB,los Pn tha fooe, cpnfualon
fif.yS'j8' "vr'"on to aooloty of females.
!2??.?f .1,0.tLcr'' soiuol power, ruj.rii
r w, in. it ,, l,.a,.l. ...1 omi.'ii .1 At. will, j,rrl.i,o.
r" 11 U Mll-.ndi.nl Ib.l it 1-ln.leiin
, '";" ' J.ir inqulr.. (r.at .kill.
r " V"" '' "," l'iailjr ruiiiwii4 parwui la
iit NMWIahmMit ( wkol.'houn of Iw.lr. romi) ll tho
Sl!;I.,f.,V!"""'1" "'."TJ. tmroli R.c.,.tloa and
S. , " 5"iB"' D,,'r,ll"l " Blo.or.1, .ii.nio.nu:
irh-ro .11 nidloloca uud In tho al,ll.hl.ul aro pranar.il I
and l,,,i.orlanti,l all ll,a I.lhrary; whet. Iho .Id and
J.l.at .tandard ortl of all Uia aelioola f madlolaa art
found, ala. Anaumiloal I'laloa, Nf. .lag and .olor.d lo llf.,
llliiairallnfdl.oa.ad aandlooui, wliloli liar boeo proonroj
from f arla, Fr.no., Mii.rdloa. of o..n... -and nal to bo
faund In an, oll,or Llnrar, In to. olt,. Tha l.lb nr. i,
Ibrowo wld. cp.? 10 ail oa-Lrt. h.ilm, , Uoiiol
laparaww ..id pilv.t.l,. Kr,ihormmmu.rof p.r.ni
oud.r tliu lloc.or-. mrr, no la.n.bl.d la koci tna .0.1. of
oli.rgn wllhlu Ih. p.,b 01 all. f., al 0.ullaU.u la to
o.-al. trav l.lut bring .j,ri,jVf, ,., , ,vlry ,
000. aioual Ijr ouo In Kuroric, Hud lila iraalm.ut .itlt.olou.i
Iho our. lalng eouduit.,1 lir tnuH or .anno. Currabla
aaiea inarautoal, u... t .ubl eal.la lllafraiikl; iwid,
All eouiiauuicalmna alrloilj- ooull.l.nllal. Oltlco Houral
I . M. loir. 11., and II to T r, a. Muuda;a, 11 M. to I r. ,
hrni wnuiiiu in tft. my af any ur, may ooim dlra.l
to tit ojlle.
tt. 11 ranuihlot (SI) natoa) (Irlnf fall aymploraa of
rrlraw; Kaau .1 and Morvoua Dlavaoa HUI loaladfor two
umui, tonrnpar toit-a.
'J'lio writings of a phyBlclan whose reputa
tion is union wide In worth tho ltostiiKo, arid
till 113 't-iilu innit liooil Wninnuhoodt.
lOS ipres, ivIalcM nnnwer very con.
uicvnbln qiiontion, it tlio ionbt
tnl citriattia or Inqnixltlve wish tf
Uiiow, will be sent atoeurely sesletl.
Popular mB'lloB'I books, im jwaj,
1.10 . larr, .. IMPEDIf
MENTB, tO miirrlRKei Walr nofura. loua.aa
ewra. i,ir l'hfttoi.,y,eat "wovtrtu in tH ftilerorrt.V
Kitnei 0 fwiucifj.i. SiciutM snxunl Exoite-.
PPti S!i, " n'cu. illauVu oj.m. SEX
AL EXHAUET.IOM Aom . iraoiaw tau... in
nUiili or out o,i, oii f what Utom in nuaoaou.
1. JV ":" pimples on the face,'
40., and alvfnff ai.(Aol.iil r4.m Kltf ht 0 our paajno
pramaturcly Infirm. ' aufwiion. nn
fMow,i b, ail, mm b, Consumption, Epilepsy.
OtO., would rf.craaa one-natr pi a llwjlt gimvuivn anal.
J0Jfl(M of f. Honrt ana B rn I n wuM S. arlaa
-affM.nl. All tkiu 10.1 doua fui eurlau. or lnoitlit(lvaHiU)4 14
'low. a Ini. ruarrtnw rui U and prft'ol. aaunarllor. Smt
Slrall n"u':' cnU ", " 29 nu. aU.
DOCTOR. WHITTIER.-.
C11 St. Charles St. , St. Lonis, Mot ,
f " tiMf..ol anaclallM a ( a;., a hat Itom
lltaj tptcut a.laalloi. 10 IA. rraolwanl 0 all aoMa
rrlollof 10 Ma atoaa, raouirln, mii.l lurrmea, and
loriBor located in .. Uuii lon any
w Mmia I5..a,ia. i'.ic,on. Read his works
and Judge for yourself. Cauiiiaiwiaiaoruuituio
oarionnUj or 01 mail ra, and imiUd. Kvtrt lauor tt
jlfr alitani alamo, oaanaraj. ,
Free of Charge. Call and get
sample bottlo ot JJr Boscheo's Ger
man Syrup,ree ofcMtge, ntStforig's
or Sisson's Drug, Store, MeArthur,
or of Will d, Co., Zalcski. It has
lately been introduced in this coun
try from Germany nnd for any per
son suffering with a severo cough,
co?d settled on tho breast, consump
tion or any disease of tho throat and
ungs it has no er(hai in the woridf--Ueguoir
size buttus 75 cts. In all
cases money wii7 be prompty re
turned if perfect satisfaction is not
given. Twodoses vr'ill relieve any
case. Try it.
AND
1IT!
FA
Cheaper than the Cheapest at
ESisliop's, WilkcsYi.IcQi
tiraWaWrarasMoMam
ULauUood! VoiiiJiiihood!
. Whomny tnsrry find who not. Whj f Ini
pe lint -nts, euunes an t mrej 103 psires 'sent
sealed fori! cents. Address Dr. WIUTTIKK,
D17 Chariot Strc-'t, Louis, Mo., who treats
all chronic, viruh iit. Mid special discuses. The
inot aiicccHHl'ul n).-jallat of the Hire. 1-tf
WILL
All Thoso Who Suffer
FROM
Cciasmisptios or Cough.
rt-EASK
Read tha Following letter!
Mot-XT Vr.RVOX, Il.l.., April 20, 1870.
Mcim-s .T . X. Harris & Co., Cincinnati, O,
(Ientlemkn : I lienril onoof my customers
Bpeaking in such nlth terms of Allen's Lung
llnlsiim to-day, that I thought I would write to
vou tlio substance of his hlatcment: lie snv
his mother who i now sixty yeiiri of ago. had
aiiUm-ed with consumption fur several yours
ami lias been under the rare of all our Wat
physicians, but never received nny permanent
liencllf: then she reported to most every kind
of OniM'h anil Lung Halsum thiitcoulil he irn
c.tin il liar hor, hut all to no avail. She still
grow Wnrso, until she was conllned to her bed;
and when she was seized with a paroxism of
iMiuthliijrslio would lose tho power of respira
tion, and tliey wero compelled to restore
brenthine; nnd whde she eniighed so.lmrd she
could not expccliirato iiTiythliifr, mid tlm family
ami friends had given up' ull hopes of hor re.
eoverv. Iter son iiollli cd that udvertiscinent
of Allen's Lung IlaNuin In the t:liristian Ad
voi'ito.imil thoy thought they would procure
andtrvlt.- Tne'v commonied giving her the
nalsamato p. tn., as directed, a ilose eTcry
hour until midnight; then sho to-.'.r another
spell of roughing, and fxpci'toratuil A niouili
full ol dark, vellow mutter, v'nleh wns some
thing she hud nut been mile to do I'm-some time.
Thoy continued to glvo her tho Ilalsam until
morning', and then sho began to expecioralo
freclv, and within two hours sho had expecto
rated three pinta of mucus matter, which gave
her Inininiilnte relief; and since that, tlmo sho
has conl lulled to Improve. Sim now sits up all
dav, nnd can walk aliout the houso and take
considerable out-door exeriilse. Her son
bought more of tho Kulsnm to-diiy, and ho is
recommending It very highly to every ono.
Yours, respectfully,
A. 0. JOHNSON, Druggist.
Wa thereover greater proof of merit thau
the case this lettnr refers tor
ALLIO.V'S HINO BALSAM Is without doubt
the best expectorant remedy ever ofl'ered to
the mlllcted puiilic It cont iliiH no epittht In
nnvl'orin, and its use Is harnilesa to the most
del irate.
Directions accompany ench bottle.
f-JT Poraale hvall Mdielne Dealers.
CAUTION.-Caliror"AI.LKS'S I.UNO BAL
SAM," and shun the use of any other balsam,
as unprincipled mon may deceive you with
worthless preparations.
p ' p P P .1 5
NOrillNCr SO GOOD AS
DE. WEAVER'S
FOR HUMORS.
THE!! ISVALU.VltLKMK.OIoiNKSITAVE
aclllevod S CO.MFL1CTB TRIUMPH In
uriidieatlng llunmrs, of all kinds, from tho Hu
man syalom. 'i'hey wero Introduced to the
piihlln some 10 years since, and have been used
with entire success. TlioCAHCHll and SALT
UHICU.M SV'ltUP Is token Internally; which
cleivnsos the Itliiod, by throwing impurities to
the surface, when theCHUATK Is nppliod, ex
ternally, and nil eruptions aro destroyed, and
Health' and lleantv restored. Thoir ASTON.
ISHlNll HU0LK8S tuiBoullod out many Itfno
rant lirntonduin, who liavo Introduced their
woaderfiil preparation to tho public They
are out In almost every form, frlnn PnnncOns
down to Pills, and nil for Humors, (of course
thov tire). ,
Hut It tins hnen reserved to 0. weaver's 8ri
Drand CrhsTR to aohleve whatfunder the cir
cumstances) inav bo regnnlod ns the most bril
liant triumph yet nchioved by nny modlclne
ever introiluood to the American publio. Why
Is this? Simply because they perform what
they proinlNet and notwithstanding tho Intro.
duo'tliinot'thesenoWand wiindorful prepara
tions to the pnbllti. tho Salt llheum Syrup and
Cerato koep stuadllyfi their way, conquering
as they go. If the public wlshto try these new
preparations, we have not word to say, for
thuv haven sum remedy to full bnclt upon-,
vizi Dr. Weaver's Cancer and Salt ttbvjnm
Syrup ami Cerate. Ofthla flint the puliilo aro
wellawaro, fur thousands, In nil sontlons of
tho country, havo been mi rod b thoro, after all
other romedlos have failed.
For sain by all medlolno dealers and O. W.
SISSON, MeArthur.
J. N. IIAHBI8 ft CO , Prop'rs.
47 Clnolnnatl, 0.
.,1 " rOBSa-LSBT
O. W. IISSON. MoArlhttrJ
DR. J. . STRONG, "
R. 8. W1L00X4DR0., Hamrlsn;
H. 0. WILSON, "
II. H . BISHOr A SOW, vVHValll
HEALTH AND. BEAUTY!
Strong find Pure BicH Flood 1
C rootie of Flh and Welglit
Clear SKI mid Beautiful
, ,,. Complexion,
SEC'Ull;j). TO ALL
RADWAY'S SAESAPAEILLIM
... RESOLVENT , ,
HAS JIADK TUB MOST ABTf iV IPI1IV
CURIOS. Mi ifVICK. SO It A PI I) AUK
'I'llKOHANOKS TIIK HODY UN OKU
COKS UNHK'ITIIK IX Fl.fKNCK
OP" .TIH'v TKUI.Y WONOKJt
,1'UL .M Kfllt'JNK, THAT
Every )iy an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
Rcrofuli, f'on'jin)llon, Sphllf.in lt
many lormn, lilHiidulnr iiear. V'4eer
In tho Throat, Mouth: Tumor, Node in Ihr
lilnmla, nnd other partH of tlitVNVtom; Hon
Kvos, Htruiilou" DiHi'Ilantt-ii from the Kirc
Hruptlve Discnaea of Iho Kyca. Nose, Mouth,
and lliefnrniHofHkiii l'isi'nt': Knilillnns r'
yer m.ro..Si-nlil UfMi. Uinit-wi.rin.Salt Khciim
1 I'VHlpolioi, Afruo, I'.lurls aSpnu, Wiirius in tl
Hc.sli, Tmuiim, l-'iiiK'i'r- lii the Womb, and nil
Wfmknnin ir ahrl Pfiittf,,! 1 ...... - a-t..i..
Sweam, ami nil Wate of the l.ilc I'rinrlple.
..to ibuiM' me i.tii.i ivti iiiiiiri 01 jiHtiany't.
Sai-Napnrillian llesolvunt, nnd nfowriitviC iikp
will prove lo any pnrn m iiHiirif jl, for either ol
Ihcws fonniuf dlseuso in, iiolcnl power to curr
ihiMn. !
Not otilv dnej tha HA liKAPA niTJ.! Sr TiV..
SOLVENT fxpr nil known remedial aVents In
the Cure oft htjmie, Biimfuliiim, Ciinaiitntlon,
Hkin nnd f.yph.loiii dinoases, hut it ia tlioonly
puMitivo ruined v for
KIDNEY, BLADDER, .
Urinary and Wonih Diseases, (liavel, DHli' tot
I)iist, Iiio.ontlncnoo of Urine, llriirlit'a Ois
eiiH.), Allitiinlniiiln, nnd in all e,t5wi whi-ie
there nro Brink Dust UepoKiw. or the water la
thick, cloudy, duieil with eiihstanren like the
wlide ol ai) et- or threads like white ttilk. or
there isamorhld dink, hllioua appcarnnc-e, nnd
white hone-dutt deposits. ami where llmre in a
iirlidting . buruliig sensntiou, nnd pnln in the
Small et tliu Unfit, and -nhmrr tho Lolnn. lit all
" I'onilillorii II A i WAY'S, S r.f. VP V.
HI LLMS UKSOOVKNT, aided hv uie appll.l
tion ot Railwny'n 1'cudy lireliel to Ihr. Spine
and Small uf tho Itn,:k, nnd tho Bowels rWuln.
led wltn one or two of Uudway'a Hi-j-ulming
I ills jH T'lay, will snnn niakn a roniplete cui
In ii fow diiya tho putieiit will he aide to bold
anil dis.'.liarife witter nnturally without pain,
unit tho-Urine will ho restored to its natural
isleur nud amber or aharry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are tippllerl with new. hnnlthy and vlirorotis
h ooil, ihut furnlihes totiiut atruetur. Uenn
nil mfferlns fr-m Wealtenin Ilm h.iwa
cither Mule or Yt iniilc.nrfrom llecro; or Sort a
thrmiirh the reimratlve prxioeMtof II APWA Y'f
SAUSAPAKII.lAN. aro arrested, and theruii
tured prum-.shenled
0?ivSr. J1'"01- CTTRKD - TtTMOR OF
Hkvkh.y, Mass., July 13, 18C9.
nit. RaDTTay : I hare had Ovarian Tumorin
the ovmiesnnd howela. All the ilortom snld
there whs no help lor It." I tried every thine
thiitwnsreooininenUed, utit tiotlilnrhelpirdnie.
I saw your ftesolviiut, and thought I would try
It, hut hud no faith In it. heouuse I had .un'erait
lor twelve yenra. I t-.ok six bottles or the He
solvent, one hox of ttadwav'a Pills, and u.ed
two bottti.-aof your Itemly Relief; and tnere ia
not a aiL-n ol n tiiinor t- b seen or i'elt.and I
reel better, umucinr im..... t... i i
twelve yeurs. The worsttunmr was In the Ion
Hide of the bowolH. over tho roln. I write this
ta yoii lot the ueuelUof others. You rau pub
hah if you chooao
SS Prico One Dollni.
JEl.
IR.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the tvorst pains in from One to
lwenty Jiunutea
Not one honrnftor reading this advertisement
uiiuatlUWl IV lk.II Llftlll.
BAD WA Y'S READY RELIEF
IS A CURE FO It KVKRY PAIN. IT WAS THE
FJB8T, AXD IS
T1TE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
Thatlnstanllystopsthomost cxenicfatinjrpaln
i.iri.si.iiAllt),N8 and CUKES
CONCESTIONS,
Whether of tlm T.nngs, Stomach, Bowels, ot
the glands and organs, by ono application,
In From Cue to Twenty Minutes,
No mailer how violent or excruclatis- the
pain, the KHECMATIO, Hod-riddon, Iiiflrm,
Crippled, NervnuH. Neuralfrlc, or prostrated
Willi disease, may aufTer,
Radwaiy's I?e.a(3y Ilelief
Will, 111 from OXE TO TWENTY MIMUTKS, afford
ttiitandcomnrt, and this medicine, so rapid In
stopping pain, can be purchased Fiftv Cents
per bottle at nlmost every druggist's aiid coun
try merchant's store on this continent, mid
within ono hour's dlstuneo of almost every hab
itation in (he United Slates.
UfJCt'.VATIS.VA,VD KEPRAT.GTA,
HIIEU.VA TISJ AAJ NEURALGIA.
Ifthose who ore now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the cnuSe may be, or bv w hat name
It is culled if external, apply Uadwav's
KHAnvR.n,iKP to the pert of the body where
the pnln Is presi tit. If internal, 20 dro'ps. dila
ted in water, ns a drink. Whether Cramps,
Spasms, Inflammation. Congestion, Asintic
t'hlllerl. f'llhlutlliil Ki.vnr Ih. inndl ll,.l
ci-uciuting and toruning pains will ba stopped
in num one to fwuiitv iiiiniites.
PAlNFJJIa A JTACK3 wIIERE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ense :
IMTLAMMATION OK THI? KlI)NKVa
I V ft t UUlTtllXT ML1 MM1 ' n.o .
IN FL A M M AT ION l )F T II K 110 W ft I.S UI "
uunur.91 n in OK THE LUNOS
SORE Til HO AT. DIFFICULT B R K A T 1 1 1 N f
nysTKRics, ci,r,;,i,;fpr,i,TnJ:,nl"K UK'ART'
IlftADACHE, TOOT.IACIAKKH' 'NF LUKNZA'
N KUItAI.OIA, RHEUMATISM
COLD. CHILLS, AO UK CHILLS. nKiinsi,
The application of the KKAOY REI.IKP tn
IllA nnt'l hurl. n-,i ,.a tl.u ...,ln ...... . v
- - ,....v i, ..v . u (...a punt or ci i uictiltv
exists will ntrord euse nnd colr,fort. 2(1 drous
in n nan iiiinnior oi wuter will, In a few mil.
nients.eura Criiinps, Bprisms. Sour Stomach,
; , ""ll",i niarrnen, llysen-
tery, Collo, V lnd in taie Bowols, and all inter-
1 1 ;'. .eelers should always carry a bottle ol
il.l WAY'S Ith'.LIEF with them. A fewdrnps
In water w ill prevent sickness or pains faum
cbangu of waler. It Is better than French
brandy or Hi Iters as a stimulant.
FEVIIi: AND AGUE.
KKVK.lt AND AOUK 80UHKI).
FliVKIl AND AOliKCUltKD
FOR FIFTY CENT-1.
There Is not a remedial . cnt n the world
that will cure FKVElt ANl AOUE
and all other Malnrlous, Fllious. Scarlet, Ty.
',", ."nd ,hci' 'evei- (nlded bv
Ucliof?y ,,l,U'k M KauWH" Beatl'
2TOT OiTE
i.srs. i"n?r.'a"m3r.ll)a thy over ma,,h
' r-i-irr. nuu Keep wiuir ooto
i9apenioUKRtt(twty puii. IIiu.tJrMs in the
mtc of one and two hundred dollars for a few
months treatment are keeping themselves and
families free from FKVKR and AOVJC, CHILLS
nod ffl'?, IillKVSIATISM, Ac., for ono or
two dollars your, apent for Railway' Ready
Ui'llef and Kml way's Pills (coated).
ThpllliADVUKLIUF will afford fnsfanf rM
to nil. Prico only 60 cents per bottle,
N. n. see that cyoiy bottle has an India
Rubber Blopper. ttold tit nil Druggists, and at
Dr. Railway's ofllco, No. 87 Maldoii Lano, Kew
York.
DR. EALWAY'S PERFECT CUEA
TIVE PILLS,
VKItFKCTLX TASTKLK3!!,
Elegantly Coated with Sweet Gam.
PURQB, KKQULATK. 1'1'KIKY. CLKAN8K AND
BTP.KNOTIIKN.
H-aawrty's Pills,
KOIl TIIK (IUKK oi
AIL DT.tORDKH.1 OFTRK STOJfACIf, ttVBR.
HOW MS. KWNKY8, BLADDER, KRRVOU&
DISEASES. II E A DA CUE. COSSTII'A TlOl'.
COHT1VEHKSH. INDIGESTION. DYSI'EI'Sii
BILIOUSNESS. BILIOUS FEVER, 1NFI.AS'
MA TION OF THE BO WELS, PILES, and all ui
rmigomouts of the Internal Vlacera.
Warranted to Effect a Positive Curv
PIIRK.LY VKOKTAliT.K.
00NTAIN1NO NO MKROURY, MI'tAT8 oil
PBLltTKRIOUS DTiU'is
2 1'i,lhV(""'-. Acidity, of tho Stomach,
i;ii !?r .ou'nir,l",,8t 6t 1',om'. Fullness
w ''' Vno Stomach, fiour Kriictntions.
Sinking brV lut terliiKnt the l'it of the Stomach,
Swlntniliigof the ili)id, Hurried and Difflcult
Oi'Mitliing, Fluttering at tho Heart, Chnkingor
oufl'jcntlug Hentntlnns when iu a Lying l'os
tnro, Dimness of Vision. Dots or WebsTiofora
the Sight, Fever and Dull l'aln lithe Head,
Podclvncv. of Perspiration, Yello ffness of the
Skin and Rvo, Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs,
nnd Sudden flushes Sf Heat, Burning In tha
Flesh.
A l'ewdosoofRhwtt"aPiT,i.a will fret the
system from all the above-named tlisbrdara.
Prlos 25 Conts Per Box.
HA 3D"W .TrT &s CO.
No. 81 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Bend ens letter stamp to RADWAY A CO.,
Xo, H7 Maiden Ltwie, Naw Yoek, Inam-mar4oo
worththo ssandt wtR be aarl ysu, . ly
-B-y- jott amaaa.
& GREAT r.'tDiSALriSCOVEF.Y.
MILLIONS Dear Testimony to the
i Vendnrful turntlwai V.t9tm .
- Ptt. WALK Kit's) CA LlKtill NI
J. WL rroprleior; a H. lcl..,a,.n Co.. I'm..!, a.t
O.a. a( la. aa fraaal.i., ij.k, Iu,i n ow, cMt," ,"; "
ttairrv-jia tjtrv- Bxsmonarr nv ah moa-ci
pot "Ilia, 'oasiou jJi 'siuaay -uan pxs siiuj(r
"oo aivxoa-Jit 'a -a 'jotajiaoja 'uaaivu -r
n. .n!!!",'.?''.''3 vnv. Vui1i '"m"0 ,iHll'i5I-aianll
t 1IIJ.UUJ 1IU,. UJ).) urn -11 J JOJ -lUAOtrl jx ou "
.lensM X'lii.niMiio .u,i iiuiisaoiu ,, oT jo'tudlsai
m ui diwai jMau.vv j-io pi -a j vi '.via
arn,i. .'-'l0'! HD MDl'tsornjo tnid.iii sin pea
; vni m J )i -iuiia iui. ip iii.tt ii,.i ,),ii i io
'.i.J.il ' J " n"'i " '' ,: ,ll 1IOJII.IOIJ 'S140J 40HIIIJIS
11 Va 4JA0UJII.H puoui pji)A, oiuujp,;
7117,?"??.' " 1' -""t ""' H anf inoi Rill!!
"I OlUUH UUO 1U.1HU JO 3i Sill k SUI J10UO
U msisii oi(i jo f.io poiuuj pun dn np in40,n ojo
ajnmrt jo oiu-jtusiaiin u jo 'tnug jo niossia pu
1JOUII1U" '"113 SrOSIU. I1UJOl03(T 'sjjnjg 'ipiiUoi'j
awa 'iX;X o.ios pooi.pi)og 'KUJOAV-Sutji 'sunq
3 '"liou 'saiujsnj 'soiliu.i 'sjodg aioiOn oinaiia
iis'imx,tioi)iiiuieasv'Jsici.'k:liisaod
tti3)wniui.w oiti oj jd;(.v pim ojh aw( Kunavauij
pun 'ao(ijnrlui !; jo pooiq ai 3iisubo0 u ijoonjj
psiisnljjun jo uioin Jpqaj iDi.u 'ipjuoq puq joaii pd
id sin eiuinia-n pus uouiuoig oojo3aiij jfoiix .
'iiJ'Jjli.it jo s3ujiliijo sn) on 'siho-,ii.
miipid aarga pa.ipun: tt pan 'sXonpia om jo suojflakt,
i ii Dvj 'tflurii oiji jo uoiouitiniijui'ijoreiija
olliIu.l 's-lJuny saoimi 'muu;t oi u( owui piirj
iljuio3 oii jo siioi"IJni! juog sauH(j '4101)3
Mt jo tJJiiurix '"l-no t '.'.apiaoiig oi 11 1 noj 'oips
p '.voixsaoiaKi -jo visjmisAi
'uuuiuu OAjliajaicX
orji ;o jaoms.taujon iq pojnpojd (iuoih3 t(' (3iav
'pooia J.aiTiin.; a potnja tut JSoaa Hntl
T-ijsiiajsiia jJoui uosq ,iahs.iojjji 0oin 'aappoiu
pu'sXjnp jApi 'poO3 oqi jo .ibujio;
SujAa.T. inJUI-uioiuipau juaiuajT 'a-iiomsf
'uoilo;l;u 49 ujotta.lsA-fX 'jnof pnu Ultjl
'Biniuriji ainutij pun joniiuuieuni aoj ,
'inubo ou
OAoit "'JIB 3(1 oj jo nji oi jo 10 pooquum
Oil JO UMtip 0 '0(SUS jo p.iiuvu -pio joSuno.C
bi illti.a'j,viVUIi:03 KlVJtaj UOJ
lireSiO lJOMaiUll luu 'iaAti oii jo uouout
nrjrjiii jo uopr-jauuj iuuonaj u faou n;jo,noU a n
JJuiiaa jo juaiu jo;u?ja oii 'ospi Jtiisat6ocl 'a(nox
11 sn nail sit oaiJjMj oiiHoa nan Xaqj,
'Jitl
ojjo jaiod oqi puojoq pruwa. mvSsa pujA siri pna
'suoaut jaqio jo uociod juijunu A"q poio-ittop tea sj
suoq jam pjpjAojd 'Dottun Sua) oieuioi pus nojt
oojip m iuipjoa ajoiiin ' nl uoued ojf
uonipuoa iqiivos. oj pootq aipj Sajojaj pu jaiivi
tnoaoiiod )pj jjo Diiia-jjuj 'luaisig oin ;o 1oijoJ1aui
pua Joi.Aoaoa laojiad i ZTdlOKlVi 0.';?AI3
nan v pnU iiafuiauj aooia tivr;ao
ni J aitx luoaujis OHOtieaiy n wo.11
oajj 'aiojuiuto jo ,(lj'an pu 00ji oauii oij mcij.
spvut 'ou3pajx trnn 0j jnq 'nj rjus ssaunonunjp
ot ao japliljj p,0, , ,.aT tiiwwo),aa .',ji
-paiIdV ,'saiaox,, lirs 'sism oii asuoii ojpaus!
-taaiis pus pasdi 'pajoiaop sjaiitn aniiiou pasj
1."03 joojj Xajiiq -A suina ooj jo pit
nai'a AauBil 0(A sou oj aianiQ aaaoaiA.
The Cleveliiid PlalntlfaltT
fnys that the stamp account of
ths Internal Revenuri Rurfaii
h aititl to be slioi t six millions.
This is an phi blot on the bu
reau's book, and there is hang
ing to it a tale which goes still
further to illustrate the loose
ness of the times untU-r Radical
domination. Thrne years ago
Senator Buckalew of Pennsyl
vania, offered a resolution;
which was unanimously agreed
to in the. Senate, requesting the
President to itirnish a full re
port of the fact representing
this subject; but it is also true
that the very day Senator
Conkling, of 2Tev7 York, mov
ed that this resolution be re
scinded, and that the President
be requested to return it to the
Senate; Senator Cuclvalew is
not in the Senatej and no mem
ber of either House has yet
moved toward the investiga
tion of this important subject.
An exchange mentions the,
facts that no proposal hag yeh
been made in either House of
Congress to investigate the sub:
jpet, and wonders why this is
thus. The country ought, not
to wonder at tha backwardness
of the Republicans in taking
up this case. We must not brj
too hard on them. Just think
of the bottomless quagmire 'of
fraud, aud corruption, and
thievery, and blackmailing, arid
svvind hnsr. and nomUitirm
which an indignant public; i,
demandinar that thev teh'.ii
draiu off! If thev can r.'o
sionally enter a rolld prosequi
in a case of fraud on ii,n ew
can wo wonder if tVydo eo?
n ttio jvopuoucana bhould
come out open p n,3 ai,ovo board,
and go mto ?. real investigation
...-..11Kll(1 0 corruption
on then; h-rttds, they would
mighty 80rjn g0 out of the busi-
ness ot mannfacturing high
morr.t politics for this country.
King's switch afforda work
fur about forty miners, or coal
diggers, regularly. It ia as
tonishing to see the piles of
coal that are sent from this
place. Four thousand five hun
dred bushela were sent from
herein one day to Cincinnati.
We have also a large domestic
market. Kings boys have just
opened two or three iievv banks
ot much importance. They
have gone through one large
hill and into the nest one for
the purpose of getting the coal.
The nniterdua lot of cats
and purps in this town are for
ale; Ctdl and examaine

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