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OFFICE-In Pecoud. Story of Boweu
Ilull.HniT NovtU Blclo of Main Street. iut of
Court lloiibu.
J. XV. BCWEN, JIdltor.
HcArtliur,
Maroh 13, 1872
Wrc have road the platform
which was adopted by the
Prnliibition Party, at
their Convention, held at Col
nmhrta three weeks nero. The
platform demands the most
stringent prohibitory laws, and
a vicid' enforcement of the
same, making no distinction on
account of sex, raco or color.
It is extremely broad, and
every body can stand upon it,
no matter about their religlious
or political condition.' The pol
itical teroperauce men of the
present hour can shout for cold
water to the extent of the
capacity of their lungs, and not
one 'of the temperance advo
cates or lecturers of the Kepub
licaa party, who indorse all the
'acts of this Administration, will
assist them in the least. No,,
sir, not a single one j All will
croak about the whisky husK
ness until the day of the elec
tion, and then go to the polls
and vote for the very Kepubli
cans who drink the most
whisky and endorse the Grant
Administration. TVe care not
how hard they bear upon the
besotted Chief Magistrate
who disgraces his official posi
tion, and whose administration
insisted upon overriding our
State laws and State Constitu
tion, and authorized the open
ing of thousands and thousands
of saloons, (since the Radical
party went into power .in
1801,) by license, to sell intox
icating liquors. The Adminis
trations of Lihcoln,Johnson,and
Grant have done,more by their
corrupt whisky rings, to spread
the intemperance . complained
of bv the Prohibitionst?, than
all other causes combined.
Can they deny it ? . No. They
had a Golden opportunity, at
the Presidential election in
1868, to put a stop in part to
the "liquor tradice" they are
now whining about in their
platform. The defeat of Grant,
at that election, would have
been a noble step towards it,
but they could not bear the
idea of taking such a step.
No, indeed ! They were de
termined to elect their drink
ing and smoking booby, even if
he should urge Congress to
permit saloons to be establish
ed at the corner of every alley
and cross roads. How they
rejoiced because wrong had
gained a great victory over
right. We remember how they
rejoiced how long and loud
the old Methodist Church bell
of this town, on the night of
that'Presidential election, t6ii-
ed for the death of Right and
the triumph of Wrong. Why,
dear reader, the very first step
should be to cleanse the White
House, at Washington, of
drunkard, whisky rings,
t ieves, and blackguards. That
is the place to commence; But
the platform makes no mention
of that.. We concur in. the
proposition that every official
should be a sober, upright and
intelligent men, to insure ac
countability and integrity in
office. Whether National and
State prohibition parties will
accomblish anything in the
way of reform, is a question
for future solution. Our theory
has been that unless society can
be educated by argument and
reason, up to the point of com
plete sobriety, nothing can be
accomplished; for tortures,. im
prisonments, fines and penalties
will only:nggravate the matter
and produce more distress.
We have never had any confi
dence hi political temperance,
and, unless we see the matter
in a different light, cannot re
. u
sort to such a remedy. If the
new party succeeds in expell
ing the drunken President who
now disgraces the White
House, as well as in breaking
up the whisky ring at Was
ington, it will achieve a signal
rictory. Try it,
Terrible Fire at the Cincinnati
Landing.
Landing. Six Steamers Burned!
The public landing, at. Cin
cinnati, from the foot of Broad
way to Main Streets, was the
scene of the most terrific con
flagration, on Wednesday night
last. The fire was first discov
ered by a policeman, about
12:15, on the boiler deck of
the St. Charles, a largo aidewheel
steamer in the Wheel-
i.nr trade, which had arrived
at the wharf two days before.
"Rv some' blunder" the fire
j -----alarm
was not turned in
promptly, and before the fire
department was notified of the
existence of the fire fully 15
minutes had elapsed, and the
fate of the boat was sealed. Tn
deed so fiercely did the flames
burn in the combustible mate
rial of the boat, that the offi
cers barely had time to escape,
some of them being compelled
to leave their clothes on their
vessel. Among them the mate
III Lilt; vtl llllAl wiik i
in his'stockincr feet, there not
bein time for hirn to put on
his boot3.
Bv the time the alarm had
been turned in from the box
at the foot of Broadway every
part of the boat was in flames,
and their reflection was visible
from every part of the city.
The engines, however, were
not slow to answer the sum
mons, when it was once turned
in, and in the course of ten
minutes there were two relays
of them on the landing, and a
score of streams were playing-
on the line of burning boats.
Lying alongside and just
above the St. Charles was the
Argosy, a New Orleans boat.
She was the next to take fire.
As soon as the flames were
communicated to her the in
tensity of the fire appeared to
double. In addition to other
merchandise stored in her hold
there were two hundred bar
rels of whisky and the same
amount of pork, and they both
burned with extraordinary
fierceness. In a few minutes
she was enveloped in a sheet
of flames as completely as the
St. Charles.
Below the St. Charles lay
the Kate Robinson, a Tennes
see River boat. She had ta
ken on most of her cargo, and
had her crew on board. Sev
eral of the crew made narrow
escapes in getting off1 the boat.
The boat burned literally to
the water's edge, and then ca
reened over and sunk into thr
river.
Lying just above the Argosy
was the Major Anderson, a
magnificent side-wheel boat in
the Pittsburg trade. She took
fire almost immediately after
the Argosy, and the flames
found the filagree work in her
elegant cabins and the other
combustible material under her
const ruction choice food. She
burned perhaps fifteen or twen
ty minutes, when her chimneys
fell with a loud crash.
lhe Aboona was the next
in order, though her taking fire
may be said to be simultaneous
with one or two of the others,
She had just come in from the
Tennessee River, and haM the
greater part of her cargo still
on board. Her fires had not
yet gone- out; and her steam
gauge showed' that she had
forty pounds of steam, though
that was not enough to turn
her wheel; and she waa: totally
lost.
Lying just above the Ander
son was the Champion, justloa
SSMS WI " ' .. -
ded for Red River. Hose from
the fire engines were carried
aboard of her and her side next
the burning vessel was deluged
with water. Tor some time
they were able to keep the
flames at bay, but finally the
texas and part of the cabin
took fire, The firemcndiowever,
were finally able to put out the
fire before she was more than
seriously damaged, and when
the fire was over she lay at the
landing, the enly one of the
six vessels that had been saved.
The loss is said to be over
$300,000. Small insurances
being on some of the steamers
and cargns.
.. -
Three Cheers for Spriggs.—
He is Re-elected.
How grand these sneaking
Radical members of the
Ohio House of Representatives
roust feel who voted Hon. 15.
F. Spriggs, Democrat,- of No
ble county (who tied his oppo
nent at the October .election)
ou t of his seat a few weeks ago,
when his opponent did not
even contest the seat of Mr.
Spriggs. The Governor order
ed au election held to fill the
vacancy in Noble county, on
Tuesday. March 5th. The re
sult of the election va3 just 38
votes for Mr. Spriggs. Hui rah
for Spriggs I Three cheers for
Spriggs I
CHURCH'S
MUSICAL
VISITOR.
Tk largrtt. hnndaomttt ami
hAt Musical Magazine in t lie
world. Contiiins.eacli month
the latest editions of Sheet
Mnsio. Musical Notes, etc
Price II pertrcsr Babtoribt
nt one and you 'will never
regret it, or send loc.ents for
sieeincncopytoJ.CnCUH
A Co., Cincinnati.
OHEMFFS SALE.
State a Ohio, Vinton County.
Michael O'ltorick, riaiutllT,
afllliast
Patrick O'rtrlcn and wife, Dofunrtants.
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas.
Order of Sulo, -Pnrxnnnt
to the command of anonieToj sttlo
Issued Ironi the Court of Common Pious of vin-.
n.i .. ,ii,-o.torl Ha KhMrr nr
said county, I will offer for snle ut the duof of
tno court uousu in me xown 01 iumiuiui,
Vinton rntintv. Ohio, on
Monday, the 15th Day of April,
W 4 AIM A
A. JJ.IOVS,
if hAfiAfi.Af lArtvVfi M nfsnlif ftnv. the
following described premises, to-wit:
ln-Ut Number Ono, (1) In, the ToWo oj
Hamrtpn, Vinton County, Ohio. "
Appraised al Bine hundred Bnd Thirty-three
flollniii. tf!i.T3 OTJ, ami must lirtnr Wo-thlrd
that situ.
T.ii-..n ua ihn nrnnfti-fv nr .pntrirK irnricn
mi t- i' fiH(irv nn oiriei- irr sale in nror oi
UJi'.il.'tel U 011!K.
I kkms or Sale. Lush in iwnri.
DANIEL BOOT FT,
RliPritrVliitiin Coim((.
H.9. Pundy AttV for l'laiutift.
March 13, 1872-Bwr
PltOPOSALS FOK
INFIRMARY FARM.
AroiToR'B Oh ftc. Vinton Co.,)
McARTHBR. O., March 8. 1872.
'BALED prnpnls will bo received ut the
J Auditor's ofllco. In MoArthur,- up to 2
o'clock P. M., on
Thursday April 4, 187,
for a fiirm for (he purpose of crectlnir an Infirm
ary t hereon. Snid fiiiin to be ituiited within
live miles of the town or MeArlhur. ernid pro
posals must fivetlie location and condition of
birtn. Ilia tinmhpr of acres under cultivation
and number of acres in tlnibcr, the distance'
from McArthur, tt.B Whole number acioa, and
price per aero.
rue i;oniniiHsionpr reserve tno rigui 10 rcjoci
Bnv orall propoNuls tiled.
Bv order of th Commissioners of Vinton
County: W. W. RKLKOKD.
Auunoroi i muii co.
March IS, ISTJ-Jw
gllERlFF'S SALE.
SiaUof Ohio, Vinton County.
Jchlcl A. Keltou and Eliza A Feltoa, Pl'ffs,
Joseph W. Riinnells, Charlotte Bsnnalls, Hn-
nieru. .lones, jamcg Jt. -mnes, morueeai a.
Jones, Cidna Jones, and David Warren JoneV,
Def'ts.
Viuton County Court Common Pleas. Order
oi r-aie. .
IJ PARTITION.
In pursuance to the command'of nn order of
sale in the above cause to me directed friin' the
Court of Common Pleas of said county, and
phiito 01 ifiuo, snn fj me uirceiuu as Hiienu oi
said county, I will offer for" sale at public auc
tion, at mo uoor oi ine uourt i muse, in tne
town of McArthur, in the uforesaid county of
v umin, on
Monday, the 15th Day of Ajril, A.
D. 187Z,
At the hour. of 2 o'clock ly M. of said dsy, the
following descrllj.d- lands and tenements, to
wit: Out-Lot Snmbcr"jrfilTry-fonT (!M,)' and Tn
Lots .S um her One Hundred and Twenty-nine
(1W). One Hundred nd Thirty (130.) One Hun
dred and Tliirtv-one (131.) Ono Hundred Hnd
Thirty-two (1!)2.) One Hundred and Thirty
three, (133,) anil One Hundred und Thirty-four
(181.) 1i in' the town' of McArthur, ooilutjr of
Vinton, ami State of Ohio,
Appraised as followa:
Out-Lot Number 84 t 2,500
Li-Lot Nuinberl2 at ;. M)
Ill-Lot Number I.TO at. ...... t-. 60
lu-Lot Number 131 at 00
In-Lot Number 132 at.- . M
In-IM Number l: at .7. 40
In-Lot Number 131 at CO
and each of (he nUove dcacrihed lands and
tenements must brliiff two-thirds of the ap
praised value respectively.
Commanded to ne sold In certain partition
pi ooeedluKSlatclv pending rn thet nrt of Com
mon l'leus In said comity, wherein .Jefric-1 A.
Kelton and Klir.a A. Fclton were petitioners
nd Joseph W. Kannells and others were de
(eudunts. TRBMS OF 8ALI.
One-third cash In hund; ono-tlilrd In on
ycarjiBd ono-thlrd In two years from the day
of ntle defi'ired payments to bear interest six)
to he secured, by mortgage on the premises sold.
IIANKCL BOOTH,
' BheriO' of Viuton county.
March 13, lflT-J-Bw
He is Re-elected. Notice to Bridge Builders!
ClF.AI.tff) rROrOSALS will 1)0 received at tbn
O Auditor's office. In McArtliur, Vinton
county, Ohio, until tlis ban r-or 2 o'clock P. M.,
on
Thursday, tJie'4'th daij.of April, A,
D. 1872,
for the building of a'
COVERED B FUDGE,
One Hundred and Twenty feet long, with Stone
A nuiinenuj, across
Bia RACCO'Otf ' CREEK
At the c.roslnirnenr tiieWisldenco of the Widow
Ifiiwk In WIIkhvIUo township.
The plnns and upecMYatlons art OB (lie for in
spection in the Auditor'solUco-.
Contractor will be roqulred to giro bond and
aeonrlty 'to theantlsraetlonor the (mmlsslan
era for the faithful performance of the work.
The Commis ionent reserve the right to re
ject any or an wis.
By order of tlfeOomm1lgnem. .
W. W.BElFOnt),
JUrche, 1873. Auditor Yinton County, 0..
' ' "
11 I" 'i i ill ii ssmssmsss
The Itndical SlieiilTof Hu
ron county, Ohio, is a defaul
ter to the enormous, bum of
$10;000. He is nearly as great
a : thief; as some of Useless
Grant's' pets. : The Jackson
Standard will please copy.
For Pure. Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson'si ; ' '
tmittkmmimm iH i 1 1 n I ill I I ill n ihihsHs in il
James jDuyMu'i Eatate,
r-mlmto Court, Vlntttn ftuwvfy, O.
NOTlnR Is hereby Riven that Patrick Kelly,
fir(vitnrof the will of James Durliin, du
ct)iiaed,iiH nled his ueconnt, as such executor,
fur llnal settlement, and that tlio same Is vet
fur Ueni'lnu on Thursday, the4tU day of April,
1872, at 1 o'clock, p.m. y. tl.MAVO,
March 15, 1872-4t Probate Judne.
ON MARKlAGK Happy Itolief for Voxng
Hen frenn the effects oi Krrors atidAbubes
In early life'. Manhood rcntorod. Nervous
debility cured, fnrpedlinints to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies.' Hooks and Circulars
sent free, lu sealed envelopes.
AddresH HOWARD AiSoOlATIOJT, TfO.
2 8001111181.! PUiladei'phia'.Pa. . l-tf
FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
OF THE
AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
FOR THE
FIRST HALF YEAR ENDING ON THE 1ST DAY OF MARCH 1872.
In coinpilanco with an Ant passed April B, 1859, to providing for the better regulation of the Ho
1 celpt, Dlsburitomeiit, and bafe-keeplujr of the Fuhllo Keveuuei
COUNTY FUNDI ,
Balance in Tresaury...
BRI1CE FVNI I
Hslance in Tieasury
COUNTY 1'OOR FUND t
Balance In Treasury
1 hVimINO j Ballnce Tressni
rRlNCIfAl. OF SECTION 891
Bnrr&TYWNp,
BalanT'EACHrKarWiTUTBFuijbi
Balauco la Treasury.
Hat Balance ta Trensiiry . . .
WE the undersigned, Treastirer and Auditor
(l,iTforeirOlni Stateinonf is true Exhlbitofthe
i'ninitv heloiiKiiiK to each Fund, aa appears orreeoru in tne -vuniior-a uiuee,
isiimr oi
$1,76H AO
..... 4,403 85
..... 1,029 ti '
2,546 93
71
149 16
18 40
...... 22S01
j.111
y.-
$10,W 8S
of Vinton County, Ohio do hereby certify thnt
Balances ruinninin In the Treanury ot intou
milieu, J rit
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County.
March 13, 1872. W. W. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton County.
W WMJriTWM Ml
, t keep constantly on hand every dtiscrhMon. d"
FURNITURE OF MODERN STYLES
I mnuufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the most reasonable prices.
1 sm prepared to furnish ' . ,'-
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VAKIUlfr,
nd accompany them with n Beare'.
" The pnttllo Arm invited to call and examine vtf Stools. .
March . 18T2. PAKIS HOltTOx.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN Ctt'S
A n
thn
use
lHiKely
lit f WM m&
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 & 10 Miami Avemtey
DETROIT, ClCli.
TbJrty.
ive different Styleafor the Parlor and diarchy
New and Elegant IJeslprn I, . . .
The best material nnd AVoi kmansbip.
Quality snd Volume of Tone Uunequallcil.
n:
Established hi 1M fiSJ-'AGENTS WANTED IN KVERY COUXTV'
Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
Bargains for
CR0KEY,
glassware;
CHOICE GCODSj. NEW TRICES
0001) TIMES BfAVK
Out Itlotto alhafl'lie "Try
am At iA
aaV;
X 'CVwX
X WW x
ana giveeuurc BaiiBiuviivii
EVERYBODY INVITED
T0;
'tsk
AND
: dHAND COMBIITATIOH T":
Fitted with the newly Invented
Scribiiers Patent Qualifying tioes,
Invention having a most Impottnnt BeafilJ on
fit i ii ra i;c(nitittiiipr Heed Instruments, by the
of which the q.u:nicYty or Voiu-ms en tone Is vory
iucruaiied, and the quulity uf tlie tone reu
aoreu
Equal to hat of the Rest
Pipe Organs of tftc aafttc Ca
pacity. O'urcplebrnted "vox" Celeste," "(.oiifs ftSWrtt,'.'
"Vox lluinunii." "H'ilcox Patent" Odfave Cmiltlei',
The charming "Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
can be obtained only In the Organs.'
i .
Every instrument Folly Warranted.
Everybody!
GASSIMERES.
BOOTS,
COfflK
to ple.iKC
A : a '
AND SEE GOODS
x urz x s ms
x w vA
X &f
n
MUSIC! MUSIC!
UK.tfTilSVKll lhe Ne
iiVKItYN . ol PETf.RS'
It, Miiuiui, MonVmlV"
It I'i.i'S Hint uiue
UoeU bus boon Intro
duced, It has beon pro
nounoert niip'lo.r to. all
other workuol its kinll.
lomitalus four r iivo
I'ianrt Hontsfl, Uiur or
live instrumental rie
ues, I
I ids', C
icsiiics voctii J'ii-
It it the larprcht, latest,
llncst. and only collec
tion of New Glows a1"1
n.'wl,l.ii.,H!l II t'lU't.WH
Hutaranlee every
tjiiju'tPts, Boiirly all ot
which Imvo I'liinn Ac-
,lul)!HM'llor Ul IOIUJ1 tan
woriliWI cnoico new
M lisle. Wo offer rtur
vearly copies forjfl. ;
u,,,, mis Conies mull-
COIlipullllllOIlLH, (1(1 ii'il.
Rample Copies iiiull-
Sd for 30c, Five Back
ea, toai-uaiu,. 101
i.r.O.
J,L PETERSj
C50 Broadway, N. Y-
Nos. forSl.
j. l; peters,
WO Prosdway.lf. V,
HOUTWE3T
S3 MILES THE SHORTEST.
" FXPERSS tflt.MN8' lenvo ..Indianapolis
) dally, e'x-eut Buuduy, for ST, LOUia aud
TlifiVKST.
I1E only Line running PULLMAN'S crlo-
Irrntcd Mpiwing-rooni Bleeping usranvni is.
rllcsciMKii, voiuuiiiun, x,nuiviu-, . .in-
clnnati: aultluul
iananolis, to At. Loula without
change.
Papsengers OtnUld remonilier that this Is the
UreutWeat Hound ltonto for Kunsns City,
Lenvenwbrl li, Lnwrniice, Topekii, .luiio
Uoa Oity, I'ortHcott and 8t.'iIosoph,
rBilinAMTO KW'sA) for trie fur'
tlVllUimN I d pone of establishing tliem
selves In new homos, will IrtVo liberal discrim
ination made in tlioir fui'or by this Lino, 8nt
lsl'iictorycoiiimutiitliM on regular rates Will be
given to Colonists anil largo parties; trrtvcling
togolheriand their bagijago.'. einlifinnt niitllt
anilsUH'kwIllliosIilppedoa the moat tuvoia
blo terms, presenting to
. COLQNISTS AND FAMILIES
Snehtfoinfarts and accommodations as art pVe
teuted by NO OT11KII UoUTK.
ttVK&IA Can he obtained st all trl" prlnolial
Ticket OIIIioh in tlie Eastern, Middle and
BouUlort. States. .
-: f . E. KOLT.K'rt,
''' General PaMsongel' Ast'iit. St. I,6ula,'
KOl'T. KMJIKTT,
t ttbtorn 1'uasenKer Agoiit. Iiullnospulis.
John e. bimpsom.
tlcnSrol Superintendent. Indliinaiiolls.
' THE
CINCINNATI V3S2LY ElTaUIE3R
TUX GHKAT
Democratic Mml of tie ert.
The Exponent of Constitutional Government,
tho Kfglfta' of the States, Kqnnl Taxation,
and the Abolition of all ITntiecesanry
Burdens upon the Taz-l'uycri of
tho uountry.
We shall oppose unjust and
otinrsslve fat-
firs' bv w lien we Agriciv
rnl Wert is made
tn nhv enoriTinus 'tribute to tlie Manufsctiiiinir
Eust i audslmllilcm.tnd such ino llflotttioni of
the Internul Hcvenno Lnwsiis will encourage
Industry and relieve labor.
The weekly KiKl'iilrtrWIll not only bo true
to the principles of the D'emocralio party in
Its editorial columnji, b'uti'as.i First -class F.im
OvJottitVitI.lt., will lis' excelled by rtone pub
liilieil In tho United States.
Tho Market. Hcnnrts w ill be prepured with
great rare pud us a groateNjiensft. ft( give the
t'ulli'Ht Hinl latest liiforitiiiilbn fvoln all tho
markets of the world. -.
its Wes wi'puriiiient will contilm n carefully
prepared summitry or events iraospirin
tlmiuirhotit tho world.
the best rhitf-Lsli anil American' current Mtora-
ture. ...
Its Correspondence will Inolnde letters from
franco iinil Kivgl'ind. as well as from leading
cities of (lie li tilted States. Sf'eiinen ciplei
Tree. Addresa, , A It AN AH'l.l-s N ,
Cln. lnuiitl. O.
-1f HE HEW DISCOVERY
In C"ucii)1c:il anl lie Jicjil' Soignee.
J;!t-3 vrf.-i-Jii.;...',;', r-. , r .
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Dr. E. F. GABVIX'H
SOLUTION 5 mm ELKiR
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rrioneiu T'irt H AI.1L 'i J1K TWFI.YK
yliinuli- t'Cllvi I'i'ini'ipHls of lll'i well kmn-il
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rir-.-r: rrxt.nT3 t,j.
t'KF.OV.W.KL lu ('ninths, CcMs, Catarrh,
Ai bin. i.r.iHl 111 ,., ui'l tonminption.
CUK.F.lt) VflTIIOOT FAIIj
A'fer.- Wlhi tb4ttflst fcwr; and aim,
ly its VITAl.n-'TMj; IfttlFYINtl aud STl
m Cl.TiN' oii-ts iiN,n th'i ;tfiir&l iyst in,
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tnoladiuM; t-ci6iuln and Kriipnona of thikln(
JjysvSI iii 1imusvi of the fivur and Kidtiujs,
litsi . UI'l-shc, uud (iiooiid T)jbiliiy.
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ALSO, A
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For ISHMOATION", without sjirllralirfti cf
11)2 AT. A r.-innrUiil.ly V ALii AHI.lidiw-oveiy,'
as the wliuln M'ip iin'MH can uncoined in the vent
pocket, rendv at ait time lor Uiu most elfcciual
and positively aur ive use in
All Dlsoaaca et tho "NOSF, THROAT
.una HJACIS.-. .
TtlR cojirorso
far and Manrlrako; Pill.
fir use in ro-necllon with the ELIXIR TAR,
is a romtdn-'tion 'f the TWO mnit vsluablo
ALTF.KAT1VK Medicines knoun in tha I'ro-.
f'S-iou and rtndnTlthis Pill without oxusptiori
lh i srv b.-t. ever otfioil.
Tuo rOLUTluN and COMPOUND EUXI3 of
Is wiihoiit doubt tho Vest iniuody known
in
e.isi'.' or
CKOLA tM YELLOW FEVER;
It is nSi r.ft'i for mcli dlsoosis, and should bo
knot in Mia Huu-iliuM of every family, especially
duiu.it tl.OiU H'on.liS'ju Tvliich
CHOLERA tELLd'.FEVEft
srolisHIn to prevail. A smsll u'tutitlfy taken
daily will pruvuut contnuilintf these tsirltls
diwisaus. '
eelutlon'anrt Compound El'slrj LOO pr tSbllle
VoltU'.J Solistlrn foi !nlialnUon.S.00por Do
Tar anil Mnmlrnke Tl'ls, EOcts per bo.
S?n1 for filrnilnt of rOSITl VE CUHES
to' your P.mrjjtat, or to
. L. T. HYDE te CO.,-
80LU1 r-BOPEIETOHS,
110 Ei 22't St., Xtibrork.
WANT1CO, TIIIKpPRINO,-'
.10,OOOT FARMERS,
To Improra 1,T0,oW) aorss ol lhe best Knrmlnf
Min1S in lowa, iri-a iroin llliiriltnao "r uumr nu-i
branes. TIicm lamlS ooniirlo tKe Oiivfrnnienl
rsllrosil franlss1jaiwiit ro'tlio (?renl llinrotidifsri-s
bstwern h!K, Oniulis aVt.il ftlosx Olijr, ami !
ohlslly In the
Middle RecrlOn of Western Iowa,
f)s inont fhrClls irtiil hsslllifiil portion fffr snd,
suns bfilnf iihknwo).'anil travoriu-d lijr rlillroadl I a
ererjr dlrsi-tlos, Now Is tin lime to
SECURE A HOME AT 14 AND $5
per scrs, upon loi(rllm'e, with six par' coat. Inter
t, In the liixiir ant Tailor ol clthi-r the Brnrr,
the Map!, the HnMler or the Little Sim, , ,
AitfDU s stations are provided Willi, tfani's to
show lands free to pnrolissi-rt, ootid fur s Holds.
It (Irrs priors. ttrnis.iloicrlptMini,' whi-re sxploring
tickets are snltl.anil hnwto rrarli tlie land. Omnry
tnap. also sent Tree. Address JOHN II. VAtllOUM,
I,snil Ooiainlsiloaer lows H. It, Land Co,, Urdur
Kspldi, Inwa. 0-l,f
ItiSk Trees.
Oardrh', ' Plnnto Klewsr,
llsjilgo, mil 1 8f Osnlea,
mdj (Jrnb Xootgraflt llt
11 1 i.nl. mmH
neejiH. ThiooJJ...'" "7...." "t8
Pnr, Hid. Kxtrs, I r Bsrtloll, hi., i to 4 ft., .k
dns I TO
Afrfs, Pesrh, ku 9 Apple, Orniia, rw, h .. I'.'O
I'ntatwi, While Peieh Illnw, Ksrly Rns,bn. . . t M
tfitlign. Hoft Mnpl. I.DOO, II; Ash, fa; Elm , !,"U
illnetrsted L'stslnguc, 10Q p((e, sun new rrice
List.
10o
"if,' riibtsi 'nioirnifijioniii,
MUSIC!. MUSIC!
f'UrS' id UE118 to PR
O fYMV. Ml'RtOsl.
MoNiui.r mi! (jettlnt!
all the ,1-ti-ht snd heal
Music fortWoiiiul three
rtHY,vftAvYi Knna WnU'
I tains ovei- one nun.
MVi bcautlfhl 8ongj
Devi linn viiorvn.iim
lubrlvcii from HoW.w
l.ittle Ilrpwb t'liulx-li-"
cents a pleco, Kvory
number coutflliiH ill
last Hi Vrorlil of iVew
Mimic, by such authors
ts IIuyN,Tlioiiias, (ion
aod. Pornlny, .Apt.
Kinkcl, l;icli(.ir,Allard,
Hlruuss, Psiist, etc. .
ISInirle Copies mntl
Mv
Fatntir'a urowing
ltl'.l.lllilY-
a Little
ml. h-
Rool Blietlec'pS III the
Vnllev-WHle itit a
Lettt-r.eto. There s Irot
iipoorpleu'eli) tliohook
fiainnlii f-n,liHH 'm'sll'i
ed for ilOc. 1'i'lee S3,
ed.post-puld, for 75
per timiuitt.
lencs, .
J. LkPETERSi
HO E roadway, N, t.
J.L PETERS)
690 llrosdwnr, N . Y
GENTS AVnnterl. Agents mnke mora raoni
ev nt work for us tlmu at anything l.
. . . ..A.I ..nrmatilinl . nnrf nllllr.
liiisiiien iiKin i.v..o..... v--;v:"'--
freo. U. Stinson & to., Art ftMiihtrt,
Portland, Maine.
viA 1 rv.V lTl V1VWV.H
Fnil stamp to
JJpZv Novrlty AfannfiictHritig Co , Alfi ti,
Mi.
II Piano' Cb.", Nw TorkhtolMsSiSO. It.
I'l Jl Agents, llauisa cf pulruni In 40 Bvutss la
Llrenlar. .-. r-
f iV A AnU' nretits pr Wifot. Will
orovs
tH .JF, not f.irlelt souu.
Ns Artlelsai
psientcd JulvlBtli. amnlMnunf frss to si1. Ad
disss W 11 Chldtistsr, 2lif BrosdW y, Nw York. ;
.AGVTi CTTRUft OR MONEY KKFTJX-.
nEI.-Pcnd to W. ('.Hamilton . Co.. Whole-,
anlo Drugirtsts. (.'Ini-Ii'ii"tl. Oh 'o, fir one bottl
Kit ESS I'KVKR AND AOUR XON10. Sent
prepaid fdr Jt. : .
FOW THE KIDNEYS AN1 TjTt'KIt tts
llninilloa's B11CH1J AND PANDKLION.
JhHt ivhstyour p'lyslclan prt-scMbi-s; ssnt prsp-inV
for $1 per hull',. by W C Hsmlittin Co, Prurslns,"
Cincinnati, Ohio. 00 4 W
On T1TH. ,
dlitmtlnf eptn plaint liaow mM
oiu pMrci i oh rorcin aaa
i, publUbad-br Ufc. O. Pdhlm
annooi oniotautieair
bu need It for Kit nvar knrlnc
cum. '11)0 lngrftl!iiu nafty iMbUlu
ElL PcroDailefflrinraconrnftr a4tirii
Pown. Na ill Uiaiid HtrMt, JtrM CHf,
' IT"-". ..
MAZES
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
TTATTi
ENEWERJ
Every year increase's tljo pbpnlari-"
ty oi this valuable nair n eparaiion ; ,
ivhicli is due to merit alone. .Wo
can assure our old pntrons that' it is
kept fully up to its high (standard j'
and it is the only reliable and perfect-'
ed jvrepar.'itkrri for restoring Giiay
ok FaIjed IlAiit to its youthful color
making it soft,- lustrous, aiid silken
The" pcalp, by its ufiej becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptiona'
and dandruff, arid, by its t&iic prop-'
crtits, prevents the hair frorh fulling
out, as it stirpulat.es arid nourishes,
the hair-plaudSi 3y its use, the hair
trows thicker' rtnd stronger.' In'
bffldness, it resloves tho capillary,
glands id their nortnal vigor, and'
will create a new growth, oxcopt ir
extreme old ago. It is the! most eco-'
noinlcal IIairT Dbrhsiso ever used,'
ns it requires fewer applications,;
nnd gives tho hair a Rpleiulid, glossy
appearance. A. A. I lay 6k, M.D
State AnycrofMsisnfiiiwtt.'S sayi
"Thd constituftrrts are )iire,and care-;
fiiilvjcictoil for excellent quality;
and I consider it the Kkst I'hepa-kivTio.v-
for Ms ii?t9nded jiurposCH."
Snlil iy nil Drtiffjlsln, mul Pfulfri in Metltdnet,'
Prioe One Dollar.
Backirigfiaiii 6ye
FOR THSJ Tv"niSKER3.
As' ott Keiicwer in mnny criscn
r'ctpirres too long a t'lmO, nnd totf
niiit'h eiirei to restorer 'gray' or fadecl
Whiskers; wo" have prejiarcd this'
dye, in oj preparation which wilV
qiiickl and' cfiethinlly .nCioinplish'
this' result. It is easily implied,-;
and produces' a color which will
neither rub nor waidi f-tTV old by
all Druggists, l'rice Filly Cents.
KariiiTaCtured by B. P. HALtyfr CO.,'
A kvuk ci'iir fbr thli dlitr
known I ii ii Troatlte ( or 48 o
h'ativt Uoi bal Pni'StRtlooi
K dmowh... iimprMoririiion wu
B prorideiitlnl minnor thnt ha
rtUM to mu ii i "Own, n nuurMj
hi
nrorvDonywao .
frtflu mnr drug ft'
lUm.O Pbrlm m
, .1id.,UH.it
Ayer's
Sar&aparilla
Ts wiJe'y known
s on') of tlie nio'i1
eili'ctual rt'iiit-ilit-u'
ever tliscovereJ for
clvUnsiift; Ibe,.
il lUIIl (I1KI IlliriMlll
stanllv pr5wjij rep
iiUfum, butoldii its
Inlrinsio virlrfc, anil austnincil hy lis ri'-'
markabtt! rfims.. So uiilil ai" ts bo mifo ntnl
bcnefifiitl lo t-liililron, nmf j'ct HrtfercliiHir
us to eH'ci'liially purgo out tho greht cor'
I'ttptions pf Iho bliitxl, such ns the sri'ofulous.
nnil phlliiiu cOTifniniiiiilioii, Iinpin iiip,'
or diseases that Imvo lurkffd in die lystctti
for years, soon yk-M lt ihis itiverful anti
dote, ami disappear. IIciico its wonderful
cures, muny or which are puhljrly knowir,-
of Bcrol'iila, nml all si'I-oIii'Io'un dirontn,
Ulcers, Eruptions, nnd eruptive dinf
orders of thu nkin, Tmnors, JMotclies,'
Bolln, Pimplefi', PnstiUen.-Sorw. St.
AntJi'oIiy'ti l'ire, Itoso or Eryslpc
his Tot tor, Halt ltliciun, Mcahl
lleivl, lMnKWorm, nntl Internnl Uf
ccrivtlonff.qt' tliu' Uterus, Stomach,
and LivvJr. It also rurcs oilier cora
plaints to whlch.it wotdd rfoj'fpciii especi
ally Bilitrfetl, such as Dropsy, Dyspcp"
girt, FifcH, Neuralffln, Heart Diseaso,
rciualo WenkncsH, Debility, and'
Loucorrhooarwlien tlmy are inauiAiita''
Uon of tl)5 dorollilous poisontt.
It is mi excellent restorer of hoallh and
strength- iiv tjm, fcj-iiipr. Hy renewlrtg; W
opiH'tite and vigor of tho digestive organs; '
it diiisiiiatcs tho dopronfiou ntul listlert Inn-'
guorof tlio Benson. Kvon whero no disorder
appears, peopli feel better, anil live longer,
for deansinj: the Wool, 'flie system mOvim'
on with renewed vigor nml a new leaw ot
life.
PREPARED Br
Dr.J.CiAYER &CO., Lowell, Mas.,'
JPrdetfeai aVtt Ann7tix4 thiht$.
80MVBY ALL D1IUUGIST9 KVEIlVwriFIRB..
Fresh Oardenr, Flowr; Tree' and Shrnh
Hverirrooii, Fruit and Herb Hoods, frepnlil
liy Mall. A complete and Judicious as
sortment. M sorts of oltlier olnas 11.00. The
six classes (1M packets) for WW , Also, an'
Immonsn stork of ono year crafted Fruit Treat,
Small Fruit, Fruit Storm, l'mins; rrul','
Ornamental nnd flvewedii Seedling-, Tlnlhi,
Iloies, Vines, House and Harder I'lants, o.,'
o,, the most coinplrls AMpttment In Airier.
lo. Tropald hy mall. Pili rd TatiloituM to
any addroei, til -o trade ll.t, gritls. Beads on1
oommlislon. Ancnliwnntcil.',
M.B. WATSOX, Old Colony Jfnrse'rUi'
and 8eeil Warenonrr,' Tlyniouth, Maecr'
listablltluA JJI-V: lf
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