. FUOIilSHKD RVKRY WKUNBADAY BY
ar. W- Bowen,
11 KlM'COIt AND PKOOTUETOR. .
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's Drug Pton.
G. S. Bakeh, tho woll known de
tootive of Ohillicotlie, died in that
teity on Friday, April 12.
II. N. IiouiUNs of Oirolerillfr, sold
a span of mutch horse's, last week,
to Goorgo Crain, ol Cincinnati; for
J. G. S wetland, Jb at Enkin's
Mills, will soli at auction, commenc
ing on tho 2&h inat.r a lot of dry
goods, groceries, notions, ete.
' A Christian Union Church has
been organized at Galena, in Saioto
tounty, with 68 members.
Amos Dcnkle was elected Super
visor of Ditches in Circleville town
uliip, ou the 1st inst.
The recent rains have added a
fina gt-aort - oola - to. tha moadw
und fields, and many of the trees
uro covered with swolen buds,
which will burst into loaves boforc
Mariued. Mr. Sanford Winters
nnd Miss Cynthia Ullom wero
married at Athens, a few weekB
Mrs. Iva Decker, widow of tho
late Luke Decker, died at the resi
dence of her son, V. F. Decker,
Esq., in Madison township, onlst
ult. She cama from Virginia with
hor husband, in 180S, and settled on
the farm whevo she died.
The little boys of McArthur who
wish to bo angels should jump on
and off the wagons and buggies
that pass through the streets.
The following porsons wore elect
ed to fill tho various offices in Swan
Justice of tho Peace L. E. Sim
mons. Trustees Cornel us Karnes, John
Spay, Sr , Nathan Steolo.
Treasurer Thomas Johnston.
Assessor Robert .Ilewitt.
; Clerk William McUlanahan.
Send for the 'American Farmers'
Advocate, published monthly nt
J.tckion, Tonn., which is the-official
organ of the' Agricultural Congress,
and is devotod to tho intorost of
farmers generally. It is only 81
per per year;' or In clubs of 20 cop
pi e-, 50 cents per year. Wo will
send the. AJoocata and this pupor
one year for $1.75.
(. W. Johnson of Swan town
R'ii), this county, attondod tn
Miidinon County Stock Salea, ii
London, two wooks ago, and had
on sale a six yoar.old horse, 10
hands high which weighs 1,GS()
As there 'sin demand for dwell
ing houses in McArthur, we would
suggest to those having vacant
lots that itjwould be a very profita
ble investment to build dwellings
at once. The people should awake
to thoir own interests and thJ.in
tercsts of tho town, and at onco
make arrangements for tho accom
modation of thoao who dfsiro to
locato with ns '
Are You Going West ?
Ifso, take our advice, nml piirchnsc your tick
ets ovui-thn old vclliiblo and popular Misoitrl
Paulllo Railroad' which Is, positively, the only
Una that rutin threo I). illy KxprasN Trains from
8t. I.nii l to KimdiiH Oltv; and the Wont 1 and in
positively, tlie only Lino whMirun.H Pullmitn's
I'rUco Hloepers and Dnv Coaches (epcccinlly
for mover) equipped with Miller's Sal'i'tv Plat
form mid tho patent Stciiiu llrnko. fromBt. Louis
to lOuisas City, Kort Scott, Pm-soim, Lnwrxnce,
Leavenworth, AtclilHon, St. Joseph, Nidinwkii,
i'lty Cn'jnoll lilull'n and Omaha, without clmnKol
For information In rognrd toTlmeTnlili-s, rates
!., to any point In M'asottrl, Kansas, Nebraska,
Ooloraho, Texas or Cnllifurnla. mil on oraddrusa
8. II Thomson, Arnt Mlnnourt rucillc R.K. Col.
iimlm.Ohlo;or, E. A.Ford, General PdsKonirer
Ainat,St. Louis, Mo
No trouble to answer questions I
II. C. Miller, Assistant
Assessor, : . ., .
Will bo at-McArlhur, at tho Mc
Arthur Jiouso, April 17th, in tho
afteanoon, and, April 18th , in the
forodoon , Zaloiki, at tho Baughman
HouseApril 18th, in the afternoon;
Ilamdon, at the Fox House, April
19th in tho forenoon. v ;
Thoao having business with him
will pleaso romembor this. 2-t
To those Entitled to Pictures.
Those of our subscribers who have
not received tho Thurman picture,
will please call at this offico and get
pictures of Hon. William Allen,
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson's. .
EARLY ROSE POTATOES
Egbert Bowen, miles west of
Zaloski, has a choice lot of Early
Potatoes for sale, at a reasonable
Who nmy marry and who not Whyr Im
pediments, oaiibos and euro 1 108 pnires sent
oeleil for cents. Addreaa Pr. Wllirrjrcit.
lit Chariot Stroot, St., Louis, Mo., who tivnt?
all ohvnnle, vlrulont, ati1 special dlsMtH-v The
laoiUuuccsst'ul BpcciitlWt of the. use, i -1 1 '
The McArthur Debating
Society will give a free enti
tainiuent on Saturday eve
niug, April 27th, 1872, at the
School House Hull. The en
tertainment will consist of dia
logues, declamations, essays,
orations and music. Music by
a select choir. All are cordially
invited to attend.
O. T. Gcnnino has" just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drills, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
ery, Ac, lo his NEW llOOITI
;u Will's-New Building, one door
west of Oilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
on Main Stroot, wboro ho will be
pleased to moot all his old custom
ers, and as many moro as chose to
givohiin their patronage.
His Now .Room isroallj the finest
in Southern Ohio is being visited
by everybody; and bis supply of
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
Wke equal to any other establishment
in tho country.
He fills preoptions, and can ac
commodate all customers at reason
able rales. If you want to seo
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examino this one.
(!. W. Pkarob is rvOtting aud refurnishing
hiii Kost.mr.Aiit and 8 tloon.
O. W. Savi.ur, WnU'h-uiukvr ancl .Tcwclor,
Ii:m removed his shop to Malu Streot, over G. B.
TriK Report that there aio a number of onsen
of snuill-pox in McArthur Is positively false.
Thcru is not a enso of small-pox here, aud wc
nro In hope thi'rn will not bo one.
ISoss County Stock Sales.
Through the efforts of W. A.
Jones, P. (. Griffin, and others,
arrangements have been completed
for holding monthly stock sales. at
Oliillicotlio, commoncing on Thurs
diiy, April 18, and on the third
Thursday in each month thereafter.
Wo would advise every, stock man
in Vinton county to attend-the
sties, whether they may wish to
buy or soil. W. A, Jones is Presi
dent nnd P G. Griffin is Secretary.
Judge J. Harper.
Tho ' WiiMrly . Watchn til thus
speaks of Judge Ilurpor, who, held
Court at that pine s a few dnyi ago:
This wui) was Mr. Harper's first
appearance, among us in his Judi
cial capacity, and it is duo to him
to sny that ho conducted tho busi
ness of tho court in a dignified and
impartial manner, and from whnt
wo can learn, wo are satisfied that
our now Judge Mice-ceded in mak
ing a favorable impression with
the lawyers and with those who at
tended Court gon orally.
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas,
Advertising alone does not pro
duce succoss. Tho thing which is
advertiHod must have intrinstic
merit, or olso largo advertising will
do it moro harm than good. If you
have anything which you know to
bo good, advortise it thoroughly,
and you will be suro to succeod; if
it irt poor, don't praiso it, for poo
plo will soon discover you uro lying.
Such is tho policy of tho Burling
ton Ilouto, which runs to throe
great regions in the West: 1st, To
Omaha, connecting with the great
Pacifio RoatTs. 2d, To Lincoln, the
capital of Nebraska, and all that
beautiful region south of the Platto,
filled with Railroad lands nnd home
steads. 3d, To St. Joseph, Kansas
City and all Kansas points. -
Tho roads are splendidly built,
have the best bridges, finest cars,
tho Miller platform and coupler,
and tho safely air brake (to provent
tho loss of life that is everywhere
else happening); Pullman's sleepors,
Pullman dining cars, large nnd
powerful engines (to mako quick
time and connections), and are in a
word tho best equipped roads in the
West. So thai if you desire to go
safely, suroly, quickly and comfort
ably to any point in Southern Lwa
Nebraska, Kansas, or on the Pacific
Roads, be sure that you ,go "By
Way of Burlington."
All who wish particular informa
tion, nnd, a large, mop, ohowing
corroctly the Great "West, and all
railroad connections, can obtain
them, and any other knowledge, by
addressing General Passenger
Agent, B. & Ho. R. II, ft., Burling
ton, Iowa. .
ONE MOKE GRAND
IS US II!
BAN. WILL & BROS. - HATE
THE DOLLY VARDEN STYLES!
GO AND SEE THEM!
ENTIRELY NEW STYLES!
The finest nnd most com'
plete lot of goods has just
been received nt the House of
DAN. WILL & BROTHERS
Among the assortment is every
variety of the most popular
Prints, known as the
Dolly Varden Styles, which i.-
truly the most lieautiful style
ot g.iods ever brought to Mc-
Aitnur. Ana every person
who sops these new styles of
Dress (jJ-oods will sny bo;
O Oollvl Dolly Vnrdun! .
U a liitlv's form k giti-dun.
Til -it tliuit maillv triiil'st it o'er
Willi ft thousand vinos or luuret
Now Its vry turn disclose
Lilies, pink and blushing rosta,
. Violets, forget-me-nots,
I.Hrkitirs, iuiiI i don't know Miats.
All tlie colors of tho year
In n single gown a!enr;
Flowers in every sunson,
In nnd out of reason,
All it sinitlo viinl In
Ilnst tliou, Dolly V hi den.
Their store being full o
the choicest seasonable gontU.
von should go and see them!
They have house J keeping
goods in endless variety! Lei
the Indies, yes, everybody, g
Hid see the very latest Mtyl'
f titlractive and substantia'
goods first to be introduced b
this uiiterprUing firm, nnd
which were selected with care
by one of the firm!
Tlie New York Saturday
This is a popular papor for f Teas
uro nnd profit, published weekly
It contains only tho most interest
ing, amusing, and instructive read
ing. The ablest writers in tie
country contribute lo its columns.
A story of startling power and in
tercHt, entitled "The Fire Fiends;
or Hercules the Ilunchback" from
tho pon of A. P. Morris, Jr., will be
commenced in the next issuo. Thin
terrible real romance reveals who
set firo to Chicago, and for what
purpose The appalling incidents
of the great fire are but the con
comitants of personal relations and
incidents of a nature to arouse the
readers most; anxious expectancy
and the woll maintained mistery
which enwraps tho strange drama,
adds a half weird element to the
Mr. Morris having obtained the
thread of the "over true tale," has
thrown into composition all his best
constructive powers, and has pro
duced a work inferior, in no respect
lo its predecessors, which have won
for him on enviablo farao. ' The
Hunchback is a remarkable charac
ter and works out a remarkable re
venge, possessed of enabling quali
ties. Thero are two young women
whoso fate is involved, around
whom the greater interest centers
each a type of character which
though happily not common yet are
not unknown in all the great citios.
Tho romance depicts the story of
the Great Fire in a manner which
will impress indelibly on the mind,
and intimately connected as it is
with tbo due progress of the drama,
it throws the facination that comug
with supendous calamity over the
Hunchback's wild career.
All will desiro to read this very
interesting story. The Saturday
Journal is sold by all news dealers,
but those who are unable to obtain
it of a Dews dealer, can send direct
to the office of publication.- Sub
scriptions can start with any ni m
ber, as the paper is always in print,
so that those wishing for epoci&l
stories can have them.
Terrasone' copy 4 months. fl;
one copy one year 3; tvro copies
one year $5! Boadlo & Co., Pub:.
lisbers," 08 William "Stroet, New
York City, !-v-
LOOK HERE, Ei EKi-
Cai.it.ab GuNNtNO'g Uaua Btoki, In Will's
Building, and see those Fine O" ramtings,
Chromoa, Photograph Plain and Colored Llta
ographs, which ara for aula rjr cheap, Thoy
are so beautiful I '
The Henrie House, Cincinnati.
Tnia Ilouao. iltuatad on Third Stroot, between
Main and Sycamore, la our old atopplng plane
tho most comfortuble and convetnent place
In tho city. The Homo changed proprietors re
cently, Mesars. It. B. Wii.sok ana uunoan
Shaw now being tho proprlotora. inoy Know
how to koop hot jI and do It woll, both having
had experience In the bnsinosi. The House
(loos not now seem like the tame placo every -tiling
bi'lng to much changed, all thoroughly
renovated and remodeled, and making It no much
more pleasant for all who atop there. Tho Clerks,
John II. Connelly and IIknbY C. Wilbon, aw
as mnlablo and accommodating as any person
candeslre tohavnrthem. Lotour Vlnkmcounty
Mends mako their head-quartora 'at nt the
Ilenrie during their noJBnrn In the city,'
Tnit Popot Hotel, a fow tcps from tho Rail
road Dopot, at Chllllcotho, kopt by Mb. M.
Mkkki.k, Is tho pooplu't fuvorllo Hotel. The
accommodations are superior; the landlord Is ft
wliole-sonlod and honoit gontlomin,!nnd makes
every one fool at hom.x Go to tho Jioiwe at any
hour in the day or night, nnd the landlord or a
genorous-honrtcd clerk will attend to your
wants, and show you to an excellent room,
Stop there and see.
Mru. J ink M. Deiiino will accept thanks for
sonie nice Eaiitor Flowors. t
Tub following nr the.Awnes of
the Grand and Petit Jurors soloct-
ed for theterm of Court commenc
ing May 6th, 1872:
F. W. Hnynes,
William Vincent. Henrr Tatars.
Bsinuci uinp, .isooo snnirer,
A. H. Tnrvey, Daniel (inlfney,
J. F. Snln. Henry Huha,
Kphrshn Robbins, Bilui Smith,
D. B. lyo, A. Q. Elliott,
J. B. Mlllor. .
Q. R. Hell, 8. P. Deaver,
.llutcliff, ;. Patrick Dunn, "
Th'jniHS McGheo, John McCartney,
Jiihn Dnwd, ' . Gabriel Smallwood,
Ell Gi'htoi, Sr., ' John Lndy,
J.M.Thomas, Enos Winters.
New Spring: obds!
An endless variety of New
Spring Goods have commenced
arrivinff'at the House of Will
&Co.. Zaleski. Most beauti
ful styles of Dress Goods ever
brought to Zaleski !
Do not fail to go to that
House where you can secure
great bargains in the elegant
"tyles of fresh gotnls. Extra
inducements offered, housekeepers!
To Justices of the Peace.
The recently electod Justices of
the Peace in the various townships
nf this county are requested to call
upon C. V. Holland, Clerk of the
Courts, and receive their commis
sions. Then call nt this oQlco and get n
printed Civil and Criaii.nut.;pocket,
in assortment of UlunA's, and a Fee
Table. V c;tn furnish you with a
complete official outfit, so you can
fill the offico without nny trouble
Vinton Furnace -kblowed out"
on Sunday morning week ago,
incl there she stands doing
uothing, aud iron only $52 per
ton, while the tariff' act stand
inrepealed. It is not known
whether the illegal pale of I his
Furnace a few weeks ago or
he high protective tariff caus
ed the "blow out." Free trade
didn't do it, anyhow 1.
' iiii ...
Dead men tell no tales; If
they did, anathemas sgnlnst the -depleting
lancet, tlio drastic purge, and tho gallivants of
materia niedlca, would arise from every grave
yard. The motto of modern medical science is
"Preserve and regulate, not destroy," snd no
remedy of our day Is so entirely In harmony
with thla philanthropic lnglo as Pr, Walker's
Vegctablo vinegar Bitters, In this powerful,
rut harmlciis rcntorative, dyxpepala, billons
complaints, and all diseases ot the the stomach,
liver, bowels and nerves, euoountor as lrrel-
... 1.1 . . 1 I , 1 r. . n V . 1 1 .
The heavy rains of last week
resulted in high waters in this
valley. Big Eaccoon and all
its tributaries were on a ''gen-
eral high." The welfc'in this
town and vicinity, however,
have not yet filled up, notwith
standing the fine rain that fell
last Monday. "
There is now water suffici
ent for sawing at the water
mill of Gil man, Ward & Co.,
and the accustomed life' and
activity about the mill, sets
business again going. .
In all crowded cities, Malaria
and fogs are breathed over and
over again, till the strongest
lungs are incapable of produc
ing dure blooa, hence the slug
gishness of mind and body,' the
weariness and irritability of
many persons during this seas
son of the. These medicines
neutralize these impurities, and
give vigor to the head, heart
and stomach. 25 cents per box
or pot. '
Cheaper than the Cheapest at ,'
WHERE TO EMIGRATE!
Wettiawcrgo to tlio Southweat MitsourL
beoause the Atlantla A Petflo Railroad Co.
offer lau0,000 AareaofLaad to actual aettlor,
M. low price on longoredit, besides furnishing
rree tranaportatlon ovar tholrroad to purchas
ers! this toad extend from St, touts, through
Missouri to Vlnltia, Indian Territory, lubolng
pushed rapidly to IU destination, the Psclflo
CoistiWlllbe one of the trunk linea of the
country, never blockaded by anow-the lands
alonajthe roud are In a rtoh fertile country, a
productive as nny lo thoState; tho cllmato com
bines all thoulvantages of northern and south
ern latitude i good cliinata, soil, health, water.
limner, graxing.rruiu and flnwera, Invite yon.
to(o to mi region. Kor furthor lnfornmtlon
addresaA TUCK, Land Coin'r, B!S Wafnut
fttrcoi, HI. Louis, Mo. ' tt-ly
A family in Kentucky, con-
03 a mother and mar
riageable daughters, got up a
nice leap year -party in the
absence of the "old man but
he came home unexpectedly,
full of bad whisky, while the
company were at dinner, pitch
ed the viands through the
windows, and quickly cleaned
out the guests.
The Probate Judge of Bel
mont county, issued a license
tor a Mr. Brandon, who is the
twenty eighth sou of his father,
and there are five sons younger
than him ! Thirty-three chil
dren in one family, and all
males 1 .The father had three
The Bellair Iudepend
responsible for this
The May number of Ballou's
Magazine is out, and a capital
number it is, filled with good
stories, choice poetry, and
some excellent engravings of
interest. We know ot no
Magazine that will compare
with this for real worth, when
the price is taken into consid
eration. 1 hink of a huudred
pages of choice matter for the
small eum of 15 cents, and
twelve numbers in year for
only $1,50. Every family in
the country could afford as
much for the sake of the pleas
ure which Ballou's Magazine
really impai ts. .
Address Thomas & Talbot,
G3 Congress street, Boston.
It TOO WAST TO OIT ALL YOTTB
Svbiokibi fob TBI REAL ESTATES
REGISTER, riTTgBCBoa.PA. (WeeaUy
40 Columns: ll.oo a year). Sumple oopy free.
EveryMan his ownPysiciam.
TIIKhnmtnsa iloinsnd for llnllnway'i Pills anil
Ointment, has uemplect unprlnilaled pnrtlx to
counterfeit Ibece valuable medioiiiM. laorilirlo
protect the public and ounelves, w have Itnirs s
new "Trnria Mark," oonnlHtlnKof Eiyptlan clrsle 11 a
serpent, with the letter H In the Matre. Iverybex
of HuHoway's Fills snd Olnlmenla will 'save this
trade mark on It; none are gtnulne wlthoat It.
N, Y. Ciiimioal Co.. 8ol Preprlrlom,
78 Mnldrn Line, New York.
John D, Pfiut, Clnolnnsti, OI1I0, Sole Ajrent lor
the mate. 8 ly
617 St. Charles street, 8t. Louis, Mo.
Has ben lonRorsnga jd In the treat
merit of Venereal, fiexunl
Diseases itu uj oUivPbyiieUota
fllof of Clif t.npr tiev. SyphKlS.
Gleet. Stricture, Qrohltls,
BBXUall lusw rrivniv
Rupturei urinary vim
Vo or Morourlai Affeoth
eases m byphlll-
XIO mercurial Anooxione i nruHie
fcklnr Bones uiid Dpniiiitd iuowuC
ons ot tba Throat-
ImPOIOnOTi US rviunvi uu iuiff iy J9uin.tsen
prvunow fvimw mi uw lunuwiug www i (irrTUUDnniVi
ooturnal emissions debility, dlmnesi
of sight, pimples on the fnoe, confusion
Ions of memory and sexual power, r.udtiiu
marrlaKe Improper, ar ptroiiuiaiir tuid. oii
Rj laeiiB averex
ins of memory 1
rwrita, aTriatviij talk oib Bethlng. Aiawltaxpario
aa ba rHl I 1 Mir-avldMt ibai a Pkrdci 1
traUD ihvuaatvia or nt. nny ym aequiraa cri um, ,
ftiTilolui ksowlog, Uilfl fruucaUj raoouiiaaad paratiw a
f Tba UDtlihmnt (a wholt bann af tlra raanm) U tta
inoal aiumlvaln the aoontry, arabraalDg Raotpiloa ant
CoutalMtloB room, BatMlug and Slaaprnf apruatoca;
Mdlaala4 and Vapor Ditltif a oomprabaniiVa Laboratory
wbara all nadlolDta naod fa ihatatablUbiaQt art praparad i
and aioit lmioriaiit of all iba Library t vbara tho old a&4
laiost ttaaiiard wnrka of all thaithooli of nadlolaa art
found, aloa Anatoniiaftl Piitaa, HfoiUa and aoloratf lallfa.
Illniirailiii dhd aondliiMia, irhlob bara boon aroourod
from Parla, ttno, rirdlMa af oxpaaaf , and not to bo
fbuud la any oibar Library la tba ltr Tho Library )
tbrowa wlUo opaa to all aallara. Pailvota aao tbo Dootor
aoparmuly and prlvatoly. ITrom thagraalnnmborof poroena
aodar tlta Uooior'a mm, bo laonablod to kotptbaaoataaf
abargaa wkhln tbo Man ol all. Fsirwaal OomkImUobU tba
boat, trartUlof bolni oxpontlve, many In avary otaia. aa4
aooaatoaally aao la larona, tod hla irooitnoot oDoawaa
tho aura being aoaduaud by mall or aiprota, Qaroabla
os mo aaaraaioed, wboro doubt oxlata It la frankly atatad.
All atamnuloatioDa alrloily aoefldonilal Uffloa Bwnraf
9 . ta, to 1 1. M.t aod I to T r. M. Huodayi. 11 m. to t p. h.
Ptrteni mrrhmtf ta Uo arrg mt oay ktwr, aMgooaM oUrocI
10 fa Ao.
If. B.-rawphlot ( pagwr) gMof fan gynptoM af
, Privatai Boaual and Norroua Diaaaaoa aoal aooioa hr Iws
um pa, to artpoy o aotaga.
Yh writings of a i thy lie Ian whoit repnta
tlad m union wide in worth (he posUgn. nt
tor 95 eeule M an hool I Womanhood f
10 paree, which answer every con
elevable qneetlon, that the afoabi
ful earAone or Inquisitive wish to
.know, will be tens soenrelj sealed.
papular medioai book, n wtf !r;y
tn. wio ww aurry, via iwl, mkf. IMPEOk
MENTS, to mnrrlBKai IMr nmtun, mut
Mrfc lata PkfMvMtTJWH lf lrH
Mm V Mrprvdutttcm. Mtcnif aaxunl Kiolte
snent. inu .mm, mihm(M 8EX
DAL EXHAUSTION rtm mkUM
whf m many a pimples on th face,
I ma. uh4 wAl aon a ton in awaa aavaa.
faUmU 61 mil. rfidU nOor
ITirmi .V -TSfoawwre. wwvw
tJtOaa WOUld dTt14 94 half
aaolMaa mf Ma Hrnirt mnd
IH a llrtyta $wutin mut
lwwtMr. ai Irtu MtrratiiM mm id 4 mud mriu
AU uhu la atoua'M awriatM ar BfiftMMnHifHja m
la aaaM w(.m 19 aanai aacA, hxHM gtjaaroaa d
; C11 St. CharlM St.. St, Loaia, IfOj
Tht eM meMcNt tpttUUil . 1 r. Aw fH
4 fMf ftll MUMlim ! tin IrMlMHl mf aU mm
I ntattin4 M M thf, m,i4reif mtdtA inttrwmH, m4
Au longnr lOonted M i. tu Hum
piuiu. nmciMt, Road hla work
and Judas forourlf. MoiuiiitwMiMily
fTtonaUt f mia A" KWMb AWy MUr
luulrl wUA tn mom, niMrd. ., f
HEALTH AND ' BEAUTY!
Strong and Pup Rfort Blood-. I
reat) or nn ana woigbi
Clear Skin and Beautiful ..
. EES01TZST ...
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISTfrW
CURK3. BO QUICK, 80 RAPID AHfi
THE CHANGES TUB BOOT ITXDER-WOKS
UNDER THE INFI.UENCK ,
OF THIS TftUtT WONDER-FUL
Every Day an Increase nf Flesh and
WeigMis teen and, Felt.
Scronil, CnnnniptKm, Si.MH lit li
many fc.inn, (ilanilulnr l)lsaark (Hem
In the Til rout. Mouth; Tumor, Nodes in the
CHandi. and ether parti of tho vumr Bore
Eye, Htruramm Dlschftrfim from the Earn;
Eruptive DiMasns of the Kye. Wose. Month.
and the forma of Hkin I'Uraae; Erupt luun, Kc-
ftr wira, ncuiu nean, ning-worm. Halt itlii-nin
Kryalpnlai, Ague, Black Spots, Worms in tlie
FloaU. TinnoiH. ("anoer In the Womh. uml nil
Weakening and I'lilufnl Disi-harKea; Mvlit
SwenM, and all Wate of the LlJe rrinciule.
are within tho Curative Rmige ol Ralway'
SHrfinnnrilliun Rtwol rent, and nfori
win prore 10 nv person iikIiik ft for either of
uuMRiorirrs 01 a mease lis potent power to cure
Xoi onlv does tho SARSAPARTU.IAN RF
' i.v ENT qiteel all known remedial apentn in
Skin and Syphiloid dlteasvs, but it is the only
iniiia 01 i nronm. Hi-.roiuifiiiK i 'miutiti,i.kn
fun,u,v imumjr lur
Urinary and Womb Dlneaoea, Gruel, Dlnbetm,
Dropsy, Incentinence of Crlae. BrlKht'a Die-
cmhb, AlDuinlnoria, and la nil cunts where
there are Brick Dint ritpoHlte, or the water is
thlrk, cloudy, mixed with siihttam-eH Ilka th
white ot an en, or threaiis Ilk white silk, or
there Is a morbid dark. hilloiiHaiiDoiirnnnn n.l
whit rxme iliikl dcpotitn. and where there l a
prii k inar, burningr tenmtlon, sad pain lu tli
mull ol the Deck, and nlnn the Uilut,.
( connitlons K A r W A T 8 S ARBA HA-
a the Siilm
Hoe of RiKlwav'sj Bendy Rrellof to the bplne
nnd Smnll of the Bark, ami the Bowels regula
ted with one or two of Radefuj's Regulating
i ins jpcrunj, win emia n cenmiote etire.
Ia a few ditjs tho patlenl will be nlile to hold
aad dlschiirjfe water nattirnUy witbout pain
and the Prine will be rantorvd tn lu nnkitru.t
vftnar aaa HmDr or iwrrj color.
WASTJS OF THE B0D
AJresapplied with new. healthv an4
blood, ik:it fernUhes sian4 structare
all surrerrnj from Wenkcnlni Dlsoharffca
vLuva .wnmtrw r rmnii.winiill t, ll'VrS OrfMlrfl,
tliroii(rh the reunratlre piw,eof lADWAY'M
.1AKSAPAHILIAN.areitrrestl,nd the rup.
Iun'4 ornuss healed. ..
OYASUS TIIMOE OURKD TTTMOR OF
TWhLTK TKAHS' GROWTH CUBED BT BAD
Bivehlt, Mas., Jul IS, 1MB.
Dn. RaDWat : I hnro had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovaries and hnwola. ill ,
"tliiiro was uu help fer It." I tried eenr thion
mm wm rweiumonaea, out riotlilns; helped nic.
I law yor Resolvent, and thoiifiht I wonld try
It, liutliad no fuitb In It. Imi-kiium I mir.ni
for twelve yenrs . I t.ok six bottles of the Ro
nolvent, one box of Radway's Fills, and oimd
two bottles of your Heady Koliofj and there is
not a slf ii of a tumor to be seen or felt, and I
feel better, smarter, happlur tbun I have for
twelve yours. The wont tnmnr wm in th. i.,n
Hide of the bowels, over the aroln. I wrlr. tl,l
tavou foi the beucflt of others. Yeu can pub
lish if you chooau.
ri HANNAH P. KNAO.
JlPPileeOne Doll at.
EADWAY'S BEAST RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
need any one sulfur with pniu.
RAD WA TS READ Y RELIEF
IH A CURB FOR KVKUT PAIN. IT WAS THE
FIRST, AND 13
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
Tlmt InKtantly stops the most excruciating pntn
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CUBES
Whether of the Lungs, 8tomach, Bowels, or
the (rhinds aud organs, y ono application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how rlolont or excrnplatinir the
pnln, the nilKCMATIO, Ued-riddon, lunrm,
Orlnplod, Nervons. Nearelglo, or prostrated
with disease, may suffer,
Radway's Reartv Relief
Will, Infrorrt onbto twkbtt mincteh, n)rf
cu.c . amijtirt, miu una incnii'inn, h raiild In
stopping pain, can be pun lmseil Fifty Cents
per bottle at almost erery druggist's and coun
try merchant's store on this continent, and
wi.iiin uuu uour e umiuncooi almost ere7 oat.
llutlun In the United .States.
JtHEUMA T1SH AND NKVRAICTA.
HUEUitATlSli AND X KURALG1A.
If those who are bow auH'oring Fulii. no mat-
ler wlint the cause may bo, r hr what name
It is called If external, apply Kjdwat's
Rkady ItKMKV to the part of tlie body where
the pain Is present If internal, SO drops, dllu-
w-u in wnrnr, nm o uriim, liuinor Crampi
onueins, jiinonimiirion. (.ingestion, Asintie
cnoiora. iiiuiHanu r crer, ina most violent ex
nruciting und tortui ing pains will bo stopped
ill flora one to twentv minutes,
PAINFUL ATTACKS wHFRE
RADWAY'S HEADY BELIEF
Will Afford Inejtnnt Ease :
INFLAMMATION OK THK KIDNKY8,
INFLAMMATION OKTIItt HT.ADnvo
INFLAMMATION OF THK BOWELS,
' CONGESTION OF THK T.nvnu
SOEE THROAT, DIFFICULT MRKATI1INO,
rAi.ru a riufl or I II It liKAKT.
HTSTEltlCS, CUOUP, DIPHTI1KKIA, '
IIEADACHE, TOOTBACIIE, '
N KDKA LOIA. BHUfTM AT1SM
COLD. CHILLS, AOUE CHILLS.
Tho application or the HHADY RELIEF to
the Hart or parts where the Daln or rtiiii-nitv
exists will afl'ord easo and ennifort. 20 drona
lu ahaUtuiiililur of witter will, ins fow mo
ments, cure Cramps, Spusms, Sour Stomach
Heartburn. Sick Headache, Diarrhea.. Dvun'
tery. Colic, Yf lud In the Bowels, and alHuicr
ual Puins, .
Traveler Bhoiild always carry a botlle ot
RAOWAY'S HELIKF with them. A ru-,iw,..:
In waterwlll prereut sickness or pains from
chaugo of water. It is better thun From-h
FEVER Ami AOUE.
FEVER AND AOUK 80URKD
FEVER AND AOUK CURED
FOK FIFTY OKvfSi
that will enre fkvkw .cr, V,,i,w,rla
There is nots remedial " i- tt
anil Hit nllinp Mli,rl... 'cYf'.
...... .... ... iii ,,o. arnni'i T
phoid, yellow and othoili,',. BT) ,,
rtadwnv's 1'lllaJ so liutnlr T?.r! Z i 1 "f
i7-lWiT.?.?5A?Tll!!"K'- "1 keep thefrftoie.
wT Cu."'"LTJ'. "" Huiufreds In ths
r.ta"o "one .nd Z. '?." '
J..ii .. 'to, o., loronoor
fJErt'l!'lw,y''" PHI (ooated).
m ii u ",l!,'.ou CBn ' l,er bottle,!
.uH' oe thHt every liottle has an India
Rubber Stopper. Bold eft all I)ruKgi.u and it
York! y ' Wo 87 "Um. Ni"
DR. EADWAY'S PERFECT CUEA-TIVE
EleRnntly Coated wltk Swset Gum
PUKOK, ItEOULA'f K, PURIFY. CL1CAN8E AMD
FOR TBIt CURK OK
Alt DISORDERS OF THK STOKtACH. IIVKR.
BOWKLH. KIDNKY, BLADDER, NKRY0V&
D1SKASKS, JIADACffK, VONSTll'ATIOlt
COSTIVKNK.Vt, JNDIOKSTION. DYIIPKPSIA
riuovsnk.ix mt.wvs rnvKR. infi.au.
MA TJ0N Or TUB BO WKLS, 1'JLSS, aud all do
rantFinonts nt Internal Viacom.
Warrmvtod to Effort a I'onltlveCore.
COHTAININO NO MF.hoUfiT. MINERALS OB
"0bserT6 the following aymptoma rtwt.lt
Conntlpa., orders of the lIostive Orgahs i
Blood In "on. Inward Tilus, Pullnera of tha
Nausea, H'he Head, Aoldltjr of the Htomach,
or Weliihtoartburn, IiiHRust of Komi. Fullness
dlnklDgor In the Htomnch, fdmf KmctHtlous,
If lutuirlnn nt the l'lt of tliti Stomach,
Swimming of the Ileiul, llnrnad and Iiifllcult
IlroHl.liing, Fluttering at the Heart, Chnkingor
HulToeatiiig Sensation when in a Lying Poa.
turn, lllmnnsa of Vision. Dots or Weln before
the SiRht, Fever and Ilitll l'aln in the Head,
Ocflclencv of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin aml'Ryes, Pain In the Side, Chest, Mmlia,
and Sudden rlushet r Ileal, Burnlnf lu the
A few doses of RsirWAT's FlU.a will rree thi
system from alltlieabove-nameddlsorilsrs.
Price 29 Cat Per Box.
EADWAY & CO.
No. 81Mldn Laiu, N. T.
HEAD FALSE AND TETTE.
Send eno Mterstempto RAOWAY A CO.,
Ho. W Maiden Lane, Hew York. InformsHon
wortiitlrviKanqi irill bi sent joit, -rjr
Brotherin-Law Casey after
Orlen8,the PrepiJntt's broth,
ermlrtw, who hi bfuuhem
for 6evet'al days, h.a& a cl'aira
iie.tore the br-cretarv of thn
Iieasusy for $82,000, which,
lie alleges U a mofctv dae hiin.
as collector for the eeiziire. of
sngan." There 13 another prty
nothlnprto do with, ifrWid thaft,
the informer was one Cap
Jonep, ft revenue officer coiw
nected with the New Orleans.
Custom House, and siBce dead..
Ilia widow has made an appeal
to the Secretary of the Treas-.
ary through her counsel, Jadge.
Pierrepont of J"ew York,, hut,
it in believed Casey wJUget the
money. He says he must hare,
it to use for political poiposes.
in Louisiana, in support of the
Administration. There is an
other moiety of $50,000 which
Casey claims, and which wilt
probably be paid him. The
pexfjaistes of the New Orlean
Custom House under Casey
are nearly equal to that of the;
New York Custom House,
One of the lest carieftturist
of Hie day has begun to toiwhi
up urants tippling proclivi
ties. As Harper's Weekly i
so indecently pcrsonl in. its.
lampoons on auti-Ad ministra
tion men, it is no more tbnt
fair that this salient feature of
Grant's character should be
taken advantage of. A late,
number of a New York satiric
paper represents Mrs. Grant,
with her back planted firmly
against the "whisky cupboard''
..r A I. - 11T1 ft T T 1 t
wi tue vy uite ixousp, enaeavor-
ing to keep out the President.
and bis bull pups. Giant ia
represented as just drunk.
enough to want more, and to
be determined to have it. The
wife of the government looks
stubbornly resolute but th&
Presideut gives her to undeix
stand "'that the man who in
tends to be an emperor cannot
surrender the control of his.
whisky jUg iuto the hand's of at
Porf. S. F. B. Morsf, the in
ventor of the magnetic Tele
graph, died of apoplexy ia
New York on the evening of
the 2d. He was born in
on the 27th day of April, 1751,
and lacked but 25 days of 81
years of age. He invented
his great Electro-Magnetw
Telegraph in 1833, which was
patented in in I8S
the first line was erected be-,
tween Baltimore and Washing
ton, by the aid of an appro
priation of $30,000 from tho
Government, although the pro
ject met with much opposition.
femce then honors and wealth
have been showered upon him
by the authorities of all coun
tries, in recognition of the
ereat invention he has bestow
ed upon the public.
Andy Johnson isn't so nearly
dead as soine have supnosea.
When he was defeated in his
senatorial aspirations . people
thought they had seen the last
of Andy. Bnt there has been
a new arrangement of political
territory in Tennessee, and the
ex-President suddenly finds
himself in a Democratic district,
with the proposal to run hira
for Congress stiring him in iho
face. There is every prospect
that he will be elected next
fall to the forty-third Congress
in which event he will take
his seat in that body on tbo
fourth of March next.
It is needless to say id tiki
connection that Mr. Johnson,
if he over gets there, will oc
casionally make his presence
Anf ira wnwnl iirtn v? iTr
State of Rhode Island by tho
census of 1870 was about 217,-
000, This would give a vot
ng population, according to-
ine ratio m ottier istatfs, ot
40,000. In fact not 2O,0OC
votes were taken. Either from
indifference, or from disfran
chUement, only half of the
adult males over twcnty.ono ;
years of age cast their ballots.
In that State foreigners must
nvrn rpnt octaf.A In nrdcr in Yin'
voters. JNegroes can vote, -whether
they have any proper
ty or not Such is the dts-
crimination in favor of a black
over a white face.
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