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ljc (Enquirer,
inimfnVr Nrth KlUta'lkrt Etwt of
Court UOuie.
J. W. BOWKNi Editor.
MArthurr Jtarot 27',. 1872,
Don't It?
' . "We sometimes hear persons
say, that it don't make auy
difference to ihera which party
is in power in the Federal
Government that they fare
about as well under one Ad
ministration asunder another.
Is this true?
F "We refer to that clas3 of
persons who in some form of
diversified labor are compelled
.to work for a livelihood.
To come right down to facts
that are perceptible on every
hand:
TAre our merchants, mechan
ics and laborers we don't
mean individual instances, but
we refer to them in mass as
busily and as profitably engag
ed as they were four years ago,
before General Grant was vo
ted for and elected to the Pres
idency? Do the poor and the com
paratively poor find themselves
as full handed with money as
they did four years ago?
Do they have as much work
as they had four years ago? j
Do they get a3 good wages
for their work as they did four
years ago?
the
T.
J.
Can they lay as much by for
a rainy day a3 they did four
years ago?
Are they able to buy as
many comforts, not to say any
thing about the luxuries, of
life, as they were four years
ago?
Must not their families scrape
and scrimp more than they had
to four years ago?
Here is the touchstone by
which to try the question,
whether it makes any difference
to the mass of the voters which
Dartv i3 in power.
"We don't claim that the
prosperity of the country four
years ago was equal to the .de
serving of our people; but we
do claim that it wa3 very much
greater than it is now.
Five years ago, Mr. Pendle
ton, with the sagacity of a
statesman, which, be is, saw
that there was a disposition
among the politicians who rule
in the Eepublican party, to
too rapidly contract the circu
lating medium of the country,
and he foresaw that this con
fraction, with the immense pub
lic debt hanging over the people
and exacting yearly heavy tn-
bute rrom tnera, womu inevit
ably prostrate prosperity and
stay the hand of driving en
terprise, and he advocated, with
l Ail 11 '1
vigorous zeal, the adoption of
a financial policy that would
have prevented an undue con
traction of the currency.
So sound didj that policy
seem, that the Republican
State Convention early in 18G8
substantially affirmed its cor
rectness; and the Republican
National Convention that year,
which nominated! General
Grant for the Presidency,, so
framed it platform as to ad
mit of a dual construction as
in favop f the Greenback pol
icy and against it.
Although Mr. Seymour had
made tv speech antagonizing
the Greenback policy, he yet
was put in nomination for the
Presidency on a Platform- that
tmequrvocalTy recognized it.
This was an anomaly so- great
that it awakened distrust in the
minds of many of the people,
and they turned to Grant and
gave him their support, be
lieving that under his adminis
tration their interests would be
better conserved thai under
that of Mr. Seymour.
Kot fairly warm in his eeat
as President was General Grant
before he threw the weight of
his Presidential office in favor
of tue monied interest of the
country. The Greenback idea,
which had helped him to thou
sands and thousands of votes
especially in the "West, was fiot
accorded the slightest favor.
Out of the financial policy
that President Grant had in
augurated, and which he has
thus far carried forward with
firm hand, has crown the
;
present depression in business
fMrnlfiq. ftrnonc mechanics and
aborinff men.
, 0
Had Mr. Sevmour been
elected, it would have been dif
ferent, lie would have been
constrained to give the Pendle
tonian financial policy a full and
fair trial, and that full and fair
trial would have blessed the
great mass of our people with
abundaut prosperity'
Don't it then, make a differ
ence to the mass of working'
men how they vote?
Thanks.
Hon. Wm. Nash, member of
Ohio Senate from this dis
trict; Hon. J, "W. Newman,
member of the Ohio Senate
from the Scioto district; Hon.
M. Bay, member of the
House from Yinton county;
Hon. A. G. Thurman, U. S.
Senator from Ohio, and Hon.
T. "Willson, member of Con
gress from this district, will ac
cept for public favors.
Thanks. Going Back on the 'Cullud'
Voters.
The Radicals of Circleville
met -one day last week to
place a municipal ticket in
nomination. After making
nominations for all the offices,
and not paying the least atten
tion to the "right3 of the-down
trodden race," it became nec
essary to select a candidate
suitable to boss the white Rad
icals on the public highway,
which the same i3 known as
Street Commissioner. The
poor Africans concluded that
they would "go in and win" in
the nomination of Street Com
missioner. They announced
the most popular newly made
voter in their ranks. The white
Rads pitched in too. Each side
had a man before the Conven
tion. A white Radical said:
"It won't do to let that d d
nigger get on the ticket." Then
there was lots of fun. The
white Rads stuffed the ballot
box in a style that onght to
shame even the Radical ballot
bx stuffers of Philadelphia.
The result was, the "cullud"
voter was defeated. One white
Rad even boasted that he put
six tickets in the hat against
the ld d nigger."
to
at
The Administration organs
have recently redoubled their
efforts to mystify the people by
a series of conundrums, of
which the following is a fair
sample: "In thirty-five months
Urant nas reauceu me national
debt $287,258,310. Can a
bolting Republican, elected by
Democratic repudiators, im
prove on this?" It's enough.
Any honest Administration
can improve on it. Grant, the
bribe-taker, has reduced! the
public debt two hundred and
i t ! . .1
eignuy-sev? u inimun nuu uuu
thousands in thirty-five months,
while the people have paid in
taxes during the same period,
according to official reports,
amounting to $2, 625,000,000,
leaving a balance of about 2,-
330,000,000 to be accounted
for. It is not what Grant ha
paid on the debt, but what he
has not paid with all this money,
that the people want to know,
you know.
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The bill to require railroad
engineers, under the penalty,
to blow the steam whistle,
eighty or one hundred' rod in
atlvanee of reaching all wagon
road crossings, has passed the
lower house of the Ohio Legist
lislaturo. It has yet to bo act
ed oa by the Senate.
Meeting of the Democracy
of Madison Township.
Pursuant to' previous notice
the Democracy of Madison
townshipassembled at Thomas
Kenney's, in Zaleski, on Wed
nesday, March 20, 18T2, for
the purpose of putting in nom
ination a township ticket to be
elected on Monday, April 1st.
SolomOn Shipley was called
to the Chair, and Michael
Foley was appointed Secretary.
The Chairman stated the
object of the meeting; when,
On motion, the following
ticket was placed in nomina
tion :
Justices of the -Peace John T.
Black, Henry liobortaon.
Trustees James Finnegan, David
Pinney, Andrew K. McLain.,.Noin
iuatod by acclamation,
Treasurer Thomas Ivenney.
Nominated on second ballot.
Assessor Francis Sott. Nomi
nated on second ballot, i
Clerli Enos M. Tandorford.
Nominatod by acclamation.
Constables William II. Vansky,
James W. Swettny. Nominatod on
socond ballot.
Aaroh Vansky was nomina
ted for Supervisor of the Za
leski Rood District.
SOLOMON SHIPLEY, Ch'n.
MICHAEL FOLEY, Sec'y.
Tin Democratic Convention for tin nomina
tion of township and corporation oAlcers met
at the Clerk'i ottco, on Monday night and or
ganized by calling 0 T. Gunning to the chair
and appointing J. M. McQillivray Secretary.
The following township ticket was placed in
nomination:
Trustors:
JohnD. VanJlV'ort. Patrick Lenry,9.B.IIndson.
Cleric:
J. T. Foreman,
Treasurer
A.' L. Hunter.
Assessor:
LaFavette ftarnor;
Constable:
John J. Sliookey, Eli Reynolds.
The Corporation ticket placed in nomination
Is as follows!
Stoyorf
Ilenry Payne.
Couiicilmcii:
Patrick O'Keeffo, lioorge Lanlz, IiFayettc
Itnynor.
Olcrk:
w. n.uoia.
Treasurer:
A. I.. Hunter.
Blrcot fNimlsslouert
U. F. tjulck.
Marshal:
A.O. Dowd.
Solicitor:
E. y.Barnhll!,
"The Spring Time Comes!"
And the firm of W. F.
Felton fcSon, is now represent
ed in the city by J. A. Felton,
who is making careful selec
tions of a splendid stock
of goods for the spring trade.
They are determined to bring
tfi this market a large and
complete assortment, but will
have the choicest selections of
fine fabrics in their dress
goods department, which will
consist of all the new spring
styles. The goods will begin
arrive this week. Go and
see the new styles of goods.
Zaleski Lumber Manufactory.
M. J. Roberston, of Zaleski,
has leased the steam saw mill
that place, of the Zaleski
Co., situated in a most con
venient place near the Rail
road car shops, and on the 1st
of April will commence the
manufacture of lumber of every
desciijftion. As the steam
mill is in a good location, being
near the celebrated Wheelabout
Timber Region, he has a great
advantage over all other lum
ber manufacturers and dealers
both in regard to price and
quality. He can supply every
body with lumber in large or
small quantities of the best
quality. Those wishing; lum
ber should visit his mill.
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[From the Ohio Statesman.]
That reminent (Senatorial
traud, General Tom Young, of
vyincinnau, in laixing on
the apportionment yesterday,
smoothed down hisr soap locks,
and, with the swagger of a reg
ular "Mose" eaid he. didn't
propose to give the Democrats
single representative in Cou
gressnok her Senator Pat
rick ridiculed him into a con
fession that he only meant to
give them as few as possible.
This sort of language comet
with manifest propriety from a
Senator who owes his- seat to
ballot box stuffing. One of
the first acts-of the Legislature
was- to pass a law to prevent
the identical mean resorted to
by Young to crowd, himself
into tho Senate; nnd the law
had the sanction' of his own
political associates. That should
havo shamed him into resign
ing, but ho holds on kr his-seat,
and with all of Ben1 Sutler's
brass, and a good deal of his
beauty, brags of a purpose to
disfranchise the 210,000' Demo
crats in Ohio if he can. The
threat is . a fair indication of
the man's brains as well as his
hone3fy. '
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N
of
Popular Dry CrooiTs House.
The enterpming-firm of Will
and Co., at Zaleski, are now
displaying at their commodi
ous and elegant store tue most
attractive assortment of Goods.
T1k estrpmelv favorable terms
on which this" firm sella goods
speaks volumes for the Home.
Go and examine' tire' magnih-
. a j
cent stock or goods oi every
description they have received
for the spring trade.
Another meeting in the in-
teres, of the Farmers' & Min-
ers Railroad was held at Cir-
,
cleville last Saturday evening,
which was addressed by Di
Wayne Griswold. tfp to that
evening the people of Circle'
ville had subscribed $72,100,
A Committee was appointed to
solicit subscriptions in Circle
villeTn. The meetiujr ad
journed until Saturday eve
ning, March 60. Mr. Gnswold
stated that no money would lr
needed until the work should
bo commenced, which would
not ' probably occur for six
to nine months, as it would re
quire that amount of time to
receive the right of way and
place everyiiniiff in readiness
for active operations. Engin
eers will probably be nut m
the field withiu two weeks.
A meeting will also be held
at Adelpliia on baturuay eve
ning next. j
Bible Cause.
Rev. Mr. Ilerr, Bible Agent
for the American Bible Society
for boutherriLObio, will address
our people on the ble cause
at. fliA AT Til ' nimrnli otlfll
o'clock, a. m. next Sunday, and
at the Jrresbytenan church, at
6i o'clock p. m., at which time
the Anniversary Meeting of
the Vmton County Bible
oocietv win neia ana omcers
. e , .
eiccieti tar. uitj eusuuig 3 ear.
A general attendance of all
well withers of a general cirt'U.
lation of the BiWe and it- cause
is solicited, and we hope that
the various denominations of
WcAitlnir and vicinity will
uifite on the occasion. Come
all nndhear Hev. Ilerr and join
iu the election of officers.
f
THOS B. DAVIS,
President Vinton Co. Bible Society.
While' at .deski, "last Thnrs
day, we formed the noqusiut
ance wiih Mr. O. C. Clark, of
that plaoo, but formerly a resi
dent of Parkersburg". Mr.
Clark is a first class carpenter
and builder of many years ex
perience, and we wish to call
the attention of the public to
the fact that he is prepared to
do all kinds of carpentering
and" building promptly and in
style of workraansnip not to
be excelled by any one in this
irt of the country, and at low
charges. Those desiring to
build should consult with him.
The Pittsburgh Post thinks,
that the cheapest way to get
Grant out of the Presidential
chair is '0 buy him out.
AGENTS WANTED!
TO SKUthe most taking, limtriirtive' nnd
nuivorially (wiiKlit inior book Issued for yeura,
viis )
GREAT FORTUNES,
And IlAwThev Were Made;
Or, tho strupglo and thn triumphs of our clf
mmlo inenl Hv J. fo(:AllK lr. AironW
alrondy at work are clearing loom SH0 tol'iOO per
nionin. jiv 40 tnuniint exninpici, it luucncii
how Comtctinedln life nnd at the siime time ben
eltt munklndl. Kor partinlnr, notioo of the
trcR, aim exirn iutiim niiarmti rc. uba.
OHfV A CO., Publisher!, 177 Wet Fourth
nireiti, i ineuiuiu.
March !17, 18"j-(iw
s
Statt of OMn, VinUm County.
. (jeorgci Tnrr, Flalutlff,
nnalnt
Rc!7HHlnn f)nct ACo. and other. Pofondantn.
Iiv VlDton County l ourtor couirauu I'leas. ur
der of Halo.
Piirnaant'totho eommnndof nnonlor of mile
Imiio1 fvom the Court of Oommoii Picas of Vin
ton Counlv, and to me directed an BlierilT of
aid counly, I will Oder for anient the door of
Vlntim county, Uillo, on
Monday, the 22d Day of April
A D. 1872,
inn vouri ijnufH'. in uiu vuwu ui itiuAriiiin,
AtttiefinnrnH o'clock r m., of Raid day, tho
rol'nwIngduicriDoil promnen. mwiu
nhoiitOne irunilrednnd Twenty (120) feet wide
in I All niunlil Ixtexccnt that nart or imrrcl
In ir a. mrln on the North end of galif
1 lie W orth eim oi uur.-ijni, n uiniicr vwn ii
JiC
conveyoil hv "Oharlo Rohlilim nail wife to the
Mnrlcttfc it 01nclnntt IJnllrond- Compirry,
ber Thri()coiiimenclii(i t the line between
boti Number ond Niimhnr Wienco rim
nltiK lCat on tho North lino of mild i-ot
Also a alrln off rile Wst hkio oi out-lot -Num
niliiillui'Thr e() linin u inwrwia a line run
nlnrHmidi from thn Houth-went corner of III
lotNtimhorTwfclve (H'O'tlienro South about Ono
nine Month from tho Houth-west corner of In-
lliinilri-il nd Twenty 0') feet uilfll it Inter-
lot Nuinlifr Two (7) eon veyed as shove j thence
west to the said division lino between lots
umber nnd 8: anil tbonrc North to the place
luiflnnlni all of thoaald parts-nf Lots ly
ing nd being in llohbins' Addition to Che
Towiiofllnmdon, Vlnbvn county, Ohio.
Ami, also, nil the Kngine and Machinery
UNodfnrcam In it on tlin
And.alsoi tho (.'Ircnlnr Raw Mill, attached tb
livid Fiiundrv, and ffil the mnchlnnry and ilx
tiirM hclonirliiir to thn Saw Hfill, nil of which
soots tliecnat, and west llaes of thnt. pnrtof Out
are lwiited on anld Iotsima puns orbots.
Apprnlspd nt Four Tlioiisnitii me tinudrod
sndThlrty-lhrcii KolUrs (t 1OT 00,) ami must
bring twn-thlrds of that sum.
Taken luithn tironortV of 8. (inet A Co.. to
satlsfyanordnrnf aleoffors)ald Court in fa-
DrofOeorire Tarr.
Terms of Hale.Oiub. In hand
BherlT of Vluton County.
John Msvo, AH'y for li'ff.
Huron in, I9TJ-5W
DANIKf, TIOOTIT.
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jf wm jri'ww MB i
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1 keep constantly on
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FLfKNlTURE OF MODERN
tmmmthrtM , , , 7 a
I'nanacturtooidorttndropairKiirnltureofa!lklnifiv.ttfie mt
i am prporou to furuuu
uujrm JJV ERY
nNnw
mid accompany
InMiCar Invltod to call
March 6, 1872:
SIMMONS & CL0UGII ORGAN CO.'S
-IZMTlPKO'VIEin)
ft Wm
mm mmsm.
'gpill
Manufactured at Now. t, 17 & If) Miami Avenue,
DETROIT MIQH.
A,"rly-Hvoa,ffor'M ityiwrortiiernriorBDathurch.
-uw aim fclcgitiHUostffiis,
'J he best
Established In 18J0. 1
Address SIMMONS & CLOXJGH
Bargains for
caoo:
GLASSWAKE
GOOD
VERY BODY INVITED T
iACLOTHS, CISSIiEBES,
ST, XP$ BOOTS,
CHOICE GOODS, NEVPiilCES, V?
X O OA
I ME S HAYE COME.V'o
Our 'lot I o mhnll Io"Try io please X
and sivo entire a(ilaclioiB' V'v.
X
hand every description of
STYLES.
most reasonable prices.
STYLE AND VARIETY.
therii Willi nVrloarne.
and examine myStoolt.
FAUIS HORTOTf.
ATillt
GRAND COMBINATION
Fitted Tlth the nwly liiTvnted
Seribner's Patent' Qualifying, Tubes,
An invention hsrih$fa most Important Hearing on
tin diirira repntiilionoJ' Ituol instriimonts, by the
iiseof whicM the quautilyor Volume ol tone Is very
l.ii'Kdy irtcroascd, and the quality' or the tone1 ron
(lercd I to thai of flic Jlest
Pipe Organs of I he game Ca
pacity. Oiircert-llrnfr-d "Vojt CiIpp,". "T.dni rft'tent,"
"Vnx Illlllliuia," "Wllcnx I'nlelit" Ortmu Onuplor,
Tbuolwrmir.g -'Cello" or 'VlaiihH'' Storis, uiid
ALL T Uli! LATit IMPROVEMENTS
run be obtained only In tlio Orgnns.
Jf.Very Instrnment Full YVritrtt.
tnatcriiil nnd Workninnsliip.
Unulity and Volunio of Tone t'lilieqhiiMfed'.
rvjy. AGENTS WANTKP I. EVERY COUNTY
0HGAN CO., Detrot, liioUgan.
Everybody!
CAU AND SEE G00f)S
?riC'RX shoes
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to
to
fi-co.
OF NEV YORK.
AWOltKDKSCllIPTrVEofthoCn'Yflp NEW
YORK in all Ita VARIOUS l'UAbliS.
It splendor nnd wretchcrtncus; It. lilffh nnd
low IireMt marble palace and (lurk (Vena; ll;
attractions and clari;cr; its Itingn and, Vraudi;
itn lcndinirmon and pol It leiim b ; its adventur
era; itH churltiesj'its fn'yaterles liid crimes.
IlIUHtrnted with Nearly SSflr'ine RiiKrnvinm,
AWKnTS VANTKi.-Spiid for circulars nml
see our terms and a full description of the work.
Address National Pulillshiiig Co , Chicago, 111.,
Cincinnati, O., or 8t. Louis, Missouri.
CELTIC WEEKLY.
The (jrofttllliistratijd Orlirlnal Story Paper in
Amoriru. Kight Htw Orluinul Htmiei in llrst
number. No literary trout ciial to It. Acnt
and Canvassers wanted In every town nml city
of the Union. $10 a woek enallv realized hi
tlieanlo ol'tbls exlrnordlnary Irish and A inert
cn Journals fjiieciinuli ooples fipo. Kor sale
hynl) uewsdeslors I'rlc. (lc: iU.M per yen
Address M. J.O'J-EiJiYdi Co., P. O. Box 6,074
Now York.-
The oldest nd most reliablo Inatltttlfon fof ol
tiiiniiig a Alui'i untile KihicHtion. I'istrtlcul
business men as Instructors. Kor Information,
write for a Circular to P. Dvrr & Bons, Pitts,
burtrh. Pa.
IGHTf
Fruit, nTrpoa Osrtlen, pllinfq Flnwsi,
Bhsxle, Hedge, 1 " M 18. ftlintll)
uarla ATV1 " Crab llitotgrftt best
OKCUH. nr 1U00 ,..50OO
Pear, Hla. Extra, 1 yr., Bartletl, Ac, 3 to 4 ft-,
dot 5.0(1
Bftd, Pobi-Ii. bn , 12; Apple, Ossgs, rew, hw , , H (HI
Potatnrn, White Pssch IllnW, Ksrly Itose, bn. , . J 00
AMInfM, Hfl Mnpls, 1.000, f I; Ash, ft; Klin . 1.00
Illustrated t'slalogus, 100 bum, snd Nw Prlee
List JOa.
. V. I. PHOENIX, Dloomlngl-m III. ,
SWEiT" CHESNUT, &c;.,
The moat vuliinlilo Timber nnd Nut Proditc.
iligTrco on the continent 3OW00 yet unsold. A
lU-p:i(?o circular free. Send for one. heat nut
Sued preserved for plunttntf, por polind BO eta ,
lir mull post-paid. A 4A-pniro- ( dialogue or
ISeaiitll'iil Flowers and rare Plntitu fitin. Plants
itenlaulidy by mail imy dlstnnce. Try it., Nitr.
.urles established 1H year. tiOO acres; If ercen
Houses Address RTOItlW, II A IlltldON CO.,
PillniMvllle, I. like County, Ohio.
CLEVELAN& SEED STORE,
B IT STA lit A COi' rural n off to the'r' old
frlondsand tlu public a full assortment of Kli fl'
tJartion and nower ts.ted-s, which they cm n
dcntly rocoininund to nil In want of reliable
Minds. ,
fendfora Price List, which will bo sent free
Ofiliiirtfp. 11. li. Sl'AlIt A CO.,
AlitrcU,l72. Clevolund.O.
C'0'ND'UrtAMrQbs'
Hupplvof Baric Assured. Prlee Rtfilnnod.
P.UPS, KEKNR (M)'i FIjUII KXTUACT
t'inrcsi Cnncor,' Scroifula, Byphllls, Catarrh,
Kliciimntjsiii, Nniiralalit. I'lilnnrniiry Com-
IdiilotM. flcors, Salt lilicum, Hkln Diseases, all
noofl DIsHiiHcs. la nin-elv yeuAtabla, The beat
innwii fllooil I'ni-lllur. Hold bv nil Druzirlats.
Price, (f'i per bottle. ObsorVo the trade mark,
Head for Circular. Olllco, 00 iJodur Ht., New
York.
I O Piano to,, N.w Yorklnelss.WUfl. Ko
Circular.
Ul Ol Agent.. Kaiuisof
Fpstronila 40 States In
A6KNT9 Wanted. Agents make more mon.
ev nt work- for us than at anything else.
Hiislne, Mght nrtd rlerninnentt.' jiarUinilai
free. O. Ktinhon A Co., Jrint Art Pulithrt,
Portland, Maine.
GREAT' SAVlft'G TO C0NSUM
EES. : . '
And good business for one or two persons of
clthnrsnx In MoArthnr and adjoining towns, lit
which voueaa inakofrom 10otolfi0 per mmith
Willi biitllttle Intorfsreaoo with onilniiry brill,
ncss. Artlolus ss staple ns (lour or contton
cloth. A' good hinlticss for agents, sure. If
your whole tlmn Is given, a much Inr'rpfiiiei
csn heinsile. (luhCirmilanifree. glvlngeotn.
tio-rit", UnuNUAOg
1st of art. clcsnnn iiommissiMM. nimwrui
A Co., Oil Pint! ft reel,
Lotili, Mo.'
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NOTICE.
1 Adiiilnli."il..r yr the Ut Uf AI'Mfl
MMr.-hSO.lCtjit ...
Extraordinary Impfbveiaants
CABINET " OltGANB
the Minon Ttumllri Oi-tfati (;r; fMhi-i'tfuliy
anniiuiioetlieliitriiiluuiiuiior liniioveiinSnU OT
much inui'otlmu ordinary liltort-t. TIimso nltl
REED AKD I'H'E OABtNHf OltOAS,
balnalhe only suocojsful eonlblnntldlt uf KElAL
PIPES With rendi ever nmdoi
DAY'S TKANSPO.ING KEif-DoXUil,
which can 'be Instantly moved to' the rl.otht hf
nift.cliiinKlns the pitch', or ruiitot(r tlin key,
KKE1) OABIKIST OKO
JANS,
Ity, Eluirance. mid ThofniiBir.lixuullonoe of
fore oirereir
TYorkinhiiHll n. tlieso uie cliuuuor tuun unv be
Tlie R?Ao and TTMt,im Oritur.s tir nokno l.
e'llgwl ll;sT,aul from extraordinary riiilltic'
for mHnufiicturo thi. Convinnv cAil' unrd. nmi'.
now undortuke to sell tit priced which roniior
thorn . .
tryfifcESTIOXABLY CHEAPEST.
Finr Octave Orirnnii ftO nnnli. rlvn nnttve riv'
tf ins 100. $125 ud ii)W.inl. Willi three sew
reeds $100 mid will-its. Forty ulylcs, Op to
SINW each, ,
New Illnnlrnted O.atiitoKiin, nnrt Tctlinnnlul'
Oiivuliir. with opinion ol inure tlmn Uno Xhou
uud Munli-.iiin. tent tree ,
RiAS.)MA HA.NtMN OKOArf CO..
lMTremontHt., Hostnn. 6l)Hllrrnidwiiv. N.Y.
temiilute milking w.iitrnc'tH with Btiwspi.tM- t.f'
the lincl'tlonof Advoi tliinidnt hlinnl.l send t
TO AOVKHTISRUS.. All ,. ....
GEO. P R0WELL & CO..
fhr A ('tvcillftl np InnlnanOrt rnni
Hnndrfl Pat Pamphttt cilntiiiiil n l,8tn of
:t,00O News)iipir and ertiitmi. , nhnwiiiir the'
cost of nilverlisinir, also nianv nscrnl hlnln to
ndvtrtlor, nnd Kinio ncrnnnt of the exner.
lenpor men who m e known in ,iiri"virul A'U
trtlrim. Tlilx linn lire nifinrlptfii-. m rh.. i.,,....
Kican Newspaper AdvortlMnjf Agrriuy,
41 PARK ROW.NKW YDKIv.
nnd na nnR8ii.ui'il nf niii.nii,:l,,i ru,.iuiin. r...
securliimhelnscrHon nfjirliPrtiiiViiiiiiilli in nil
newTHperH lino rerioiilciim nt lowi'Nt riite.
ROUTE WEST.
23 MILES THE GK0ETEST.
KXPBKSS TH.-V INs"" leave Indlanaiiolis
J?.,.l,'UJ5!,,!!l't 8"nday, lor ST. I.OUIS nnd
mllE
I bru
v., Pi
HE only Llun running PULLMAN'S eel 5'
lieil IMUWlNlf-roOUl S CCIIIIID'Omi Miiiiii
cinn iti. and liidbuiuimllsi to 8t. J.ouIn without
change.
Passpiijrnrs dhoflld reinciiibcr tlmt this Is tliu
Oruat lFc-:t liound Honte tor Khiihiis ity,
Jav'enwurlli, l.uwrenee. Toocku. Junc
tion City, KortScolt and St. Joseph.
Ittsbiirgh. ColiiinbuH, l.ouisvillp. tin-
FMSniiMTQ T0 KASSASI. tor the pur
ClVOiUilrtll IO ponpofcstal.lishing tln-in-hcIvcs
in new limnti's, -lli havl llTiorul discriift.
inatlun ildidc in their favor hv this Line. Hal
Isfactoryconiiniitatlo.i on rci;'u)ai- rates will lio
given to Colonists and lin-un iiIiHIcm
.tiigptlu-r! nnd their lipirpfuc, vinlgraiit outlll
aim i.x x win nc siiippeilon tho luol luvora
blo tonus, presenting to
COLONISTS AUD FAMILIES
Sitc.n comforts. -,nd acco'duioiliit.l,,! lls uru )rc.
sonieil by HQ OTHEK ItoUTE.
TK.'KICI.Scnn he obtained stull the principal'
TieVflt, Olllces in Hmj Kt.siurn, TUUdle iad'
Southern Status.
Gcnpriil Passenger Agent. St, Louis. '
KOHT. KIMKTT,
Kastcrn Pa8enKer,,giMit.. Itullanapolis.
Dim E. .-"IMPsnfl.
Clcnrrai Superintendent. Iinliiinapolls.
THE '. "
TUT OI1KAT
Deiiiocratifi- Journal cf lie West
Tho Kxponent of ) -oiMli tut i .iit1 tivcriimotit,'
tlic.Hihw ol tlio Sialus. K.inal Ta.xallon,
und the A''Moif of nil ,1'iinecesnnry
Jiurdens it ..' . iV the Tiis-t'i.-jrrt of
tliu Ciiunlry,
WfrHbalf op-ios; unjust, nut oipi'Psh-e Tar-lll'M-hy
wr.i. li Hut A ,1icullral .rest-' iVmnt"
pay t.i .rin iu ti i'i.ito to tue t hp faclurinu .
Hunt; nu 1 sh U dein i id such mo lltl-il Ions of
Ihs Intcriiiil lvetrii.I,awsii will eucour.'tCc
Industry nn n Hpvo labor.
Tho VVeek'y Ftrmilrcr wll not only lie truo
the principles of tho Dnir.'.riral i- pm tv iii'
its cdit(.rial.i' ilniuns, hut, us n r u.i il' . r am-
Hy Journal, It will ho ev. elL-il by mine iiub
lisbert' in the United Ulatea.
Tho Marke!epoi-H will be prepiied with'
great '. rnrviiiitTiiH a ureal expense to i:ivc tho
fullest and. latest lrrlommtton frtirc Mil tlis
innrkcis ol' Ibo norld.
Its Hews (a'ptirtniont will enntiln n i archil!
prepared siniiinary u pventi' liarf idiln''
'Jiroiigboiit the world.
Its liltoinrv-elecfl'.us will be tiiltnn frein
tho licMl Knitlbb and Aiiiciicuu current Litera
ture. Its Ccviwpoiideiice will Include letter's from'
Frane.i! mid Knglaiiil, as well us from leading
titles of the lanital Hlntes. )Snpeiuieii e...plci
Adihfs'i, F.VIIAJJ v .M-I.KAS.
Oliii-lniinti. O.
THE NEV DISCOVERY
In Ciiemical ami Medical hclcnce.
P. K. Kol.I.ETT.
2 &mm&
v ' y I y s
SOLUTION St COMPOUND ELIIIff
or
JL- nL. llr'
f irtST AXn ONT.Y ROT.TTrOM ere, nwW
In one njisMns (.f ALI, 'J ill! TV:I.VK-raliialil-
sciivi .rluciiuls ot tin wull kuou'
eurativiu,,eni,
, rlNI3 TTtl TAtf,
TjNT.QUALKL In Co-ii'hs, Colds, CaUrrh,
AstlniM, uiua.!iiii.,iind Cu.iotinip.ioo.
recent cold In three to six t-mirs j and also,
7 in VlTAXIfINO,prrtIFYIN( snd KTI
MuluVTiKvi elTcl uikiii the irsneral SviUm,
tsicmrkablvetIl(elitU!( Ih all' . . '
lHKAHl.t F T1IF. IltOOn'.'
including briuinla and Dnipuom uf thsskln,
Iyspupsia, Du. nsss of the Liver and Kidneys,'
Uoortxliteuae, nnd General lA-btllty.
ONE 1RIAI. CONVINCES t
ALSO, 4
Volatilo Solution- of Tar"
For IXITALATIOtf, without application of'
HEAT. -ruiBurkal.ly VALUAllLlSlliwoveTy,
m the whole aiipirntus cuu bn carried In iht vsl
pockot, roailv ui any time for tho Diostt-llL'Otuot'
and imsitivsly curaiive ih
All Disease of tlio Osr, THROAT'
tllll COMPOUND'
t&f and Wandrako Piif.
fir nie In connection with the ELIXIR fAHl
a coinbin'ition of Ihs TWO must vslualilo
ALIEHAT1VK Metliaines known iu tho I'm-'
fussiou. and itndma tins l'dl wiliiout sxcsptlon'
the very best ov er ofurnl.
Tue SOLUTION au,i COltPOUKD ELIXIE of
Is wliliout doubt tlit Uest ntmtdy known Is1
CHOLERA AKD' YELLOW FEVElt
Is Srlfl(i f.h-swh illteascs, and should be' ,
kept Iu the hnnsrholil nf every family, .pwialiy
duriug those luuuihs in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
srollahls to provall. A smsll quantity takrn
dntlv will prsveat Coutravtiuir tilts UrrlH
disxiuu.
Bolutldn and ComnotiBil Jtllxir, 91.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation. 5.00 par Do
Tsr anil Ilnndsaks Tills, tOotm per box.
Ksrel fe-Clrmilarof POSl'tlVE CfUES
oyour Jiufglst, or to
7j. r. lTYDn & CO.,
solb vnoraiETona,
110 A 23d A'cw M

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