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FtTBIilHIIKO R VKRY WKUNKSDA V BY
KMTOH JMtlV fltl.l'ltlKVtMt;
Brevities.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's DrugPton.
The recent wet woatner has pla
ced the ground in rensonably good
condition for spring work.
Tin rooters are to fro seen no
more on our streets.
Am, tho protty girls in McArtlVtrr
lire getting "Duly Vttrdcn" dresses
to wear this summer.
Tub time is here when docayod
tegetation in cellars, and all cess
pools, should be removed.
There ars springs in parts of Vin
' Ion counly, which have nevor failed
before in the memory of those liv
ing, that havo now ceased to flow.
Get a "Volley Dwden,"' and be
in stylo. All the ladies want one.
lrou "might as well bo out of the
world as out of the fashion."
Buttkr ia very scarce.
If you "want to be an nngel,"
and "with tho angels 'stand,' " light
. your fires with coal oil. It nevor
fails.
Daniel Hikjhih, of New Ply
mouth, died on Friday, April 20th,
aged 25 years.'
Some people won't loam that cross
Walks aro intended for pedestrians.
They persist in stopping the car
riages, wagons, or some other vohi
clo directly over the walk, and then
go away and stay an hour or more.
Lots of marriagablo damsels in
this region, fair, lovely and winning
in their Ways. But few weddings,
' Tho girls, aseourtists, ain't a suc
cess, and loap-year is emphatically
pronounced a failgrol
If j-ou live whero intermittent
fever or any fevers prevail, the sun
flower has an influoncoon the at
mosphere, nnd may prevent theso
fevers. Therefore sun-flowers must
bo phmfed around your dwellings,
and iu tho neighborhood of places
that may infect the uir that you
nightly breathe.
. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Co. have tuken possession of tho
Somerset, Newark & Straitsvillo
JCuilroiul, and now own the line of
road from Straitsvillo to Sandusky.
This company Owns the branch
road from ITaradcn to Portsmouth.
tv onaer ii incy lmcnu 10 own me
"gap between Ilamdcn nnd Straits
villo?
Spmno. The weather has bad
many streaks of sunshine during
the wock, and spring is opening in
good earnest. Garden shrubbery,
fruit and shade trees are budding
finely, and many kinds of wild
shrubs and flowers are in bloom.
The grass is unusually high for the
season, and affords good feed for
stock.
From the Report of tho Stato
School Commissioner, wo learn that
thero are 2,9!)1 boys, bet weon tho
ngcB of 5 and 21 years, and 2,864
girls in Vinton county. There are
3 Independert School Districts, 85
Sub-districts, and 92 school house?,
in the county. The Board of School
Examiners hold 18meotings in 1871
and examinod 139 female and 97
male applicants, iind granted 177
certificates.
The following named persons
received certificates to teach, ut tho
examination hold on Saturday week
ago.
TWELVE MONTHS.
Cottrlll, - Mattlo Curry.
SIX MONTHS.
RobeccB Cottrlll, Minnlo Cottrlll,
Melissa Sharp, . Hurnh mmnjr,
Molllo Wymer, . Joseph Kolton,
B. F. Bain!, Klliu Mitchell,
Anna I.lun,
The citizens of Chillicotho were
favorod, on Monday, tho 22d ult.,
with a daring balloon nsconsion 'on
the flying trapezo, by W. II. Don
aldson, as we learn from tho Adver
tiser. IIo landed below Pomoroy,
near the river, 65 miles fromUhil
licotho, making tho passago in one
hour and forty-five minutes.
The following gentlemon were
elected to fill the various ofllooa of
ISaglo Township;
' Trustees,
Charles Scott,
, John Brown, .
Henry Teters. J
Constables, .
, ' ' fli, Conway,
Andrew Trimmer,
Clork,
II. C. Haynos. ,
Assessor,
..... )Vm. reck.
Tronsiircr,
Wm. Yaplo.
Justice of Toaoc,
J. W. Wilkinson.
Employment for a Lady.
' A young lady desiring to learn
to-sot type and to learn to bo useful
generally about a printing' ofllrp,
can, have. situation at (hit ft'eo.
THE PEOPLE PLEASED!
VINTON COUNTY ALL RIGHT NOW!!
Everybody's Attention Wanted!!!
There fa one Cheap Store in McArthur, where ft general
revolution lias taken place in Loth styles and prices of the ma
ny descriptions of Dry and Fancy Goods. This is the House
f T. A. Maktin & Son:, eo well known as the "Old Corner
Store." The House was represented in the markets, last week,
by the oldest and most experienced Dry Goods Buyer of this
town, and a grand assortment of 'goods will begin to arrive
this week, which, in Style, Quality and Price, will astonish
everybody. The especial attention of the ladies is called to
the very beautiful and attractive assortment of Dress Goods,
the new styles of Trimmings 'and many new articles in the
ILue Furnishing Goods line. All must go and see this new
find fresh assortment see the popular Dolly Vrrden styles oi
Goodf, which are the most attractive and durable ever yet in
trod need." They have everything that will please everybody !
All the novelties of the season rre being displayed in their
store, and the exhibition attractive beyond description I
For Sale.
- Any person wishing to purchase
a good post-hole boror should call
at this office, and see the best.
LOOK HERE, EVERY
BODY!
Cam. at Gunninu's Phi'B Stork, in Will's
Building, ami soo those Fine Oil Painting,
ChromoH, Photogritphs, Pliiin and Colored Lith
ographs, which aro forsitlo very cheap. They
are so beautiful!
Papers for Sale.
The following papers nnd maga
zines will be sold very cheap at this
office.
The Western Rural, weekly,
JNew York Weekly Witness,
Home Journal, weekly,
Fittsburg Itoul Estate Eogisttr,
Weekly,
American Artizan, weekly,
New World, weekly temperance
organ, .
Country Gentleman, weekly,
The Household, monthly,
Wood's Household Magaz i n e ,
monthly,
Littell's Living Age, weekly.
We aro under many obligations
to Thomas W. Harvey, State Com
missioner of Common Schools of
Ohio, for a copy of his annual re
port submitted to the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio tor the
year ending August 31, 1871. The
report, from a censory examination,
seems to be a very comploto expose
of the common school conduct
throughout the state, of the prcce
ding year, embracing statistical in
formation of intoneo interest to the
peoplo at largo in nn educational
point Tho book embraces 271 pa
ges octavo.
Wk have received No. 1 of Vol. 1
of tho Capita City Reporter, pub
lished ut Columbus, 0., by Messrs
Adoll, Smith &Co. It is devoted to
giving full and complete reports ol
conventions and public assemblage
in Columbus und Central Ohio. Il
is issued weekly at $1,50 per year.
It is a paper that every one who do
Bires to get full reports of the vari
ous Stato and National conventions
hold within tho limits of tho Stale,
should subscribe for. Its reports
will bo truthful and adopted as the
standard authority, Send for it,
Tne weekly numbers of Tub Liv
ing Age for April 13th nnd April
20th contain An English Interior in
the 17th Century, Quarterly Revieio
The Story of tho Tichborno Case,
Saturday Review , The Legal Pro
fession in America, Macmillana
Magazine; Voltairo, Blackwood's
Magazine; A Voyage to the Sun,
CornhiW Magazine; American Judg
es, hlacmiWan's Magazine; Mazzini,
Spectator; Tbo Secret Tolicy of the
Vatican, Saturday Review; Sir W.
Gull oh Physiological intervention,
Spectater; Tappy's Chicks, Specta
tor; Tho Uses of Tattooing, Satrr
day Review; M. Janvior do la Motto,
Spectator; A Song, from the Ger
man of Novalis, by Goo. McDonald;
the continuation of "Off tho Skell
ings," by Joan Ingolowj "The Story
of the riobiacito," by tho distin
guished French writors, MM. Erck
mann-Chatrian, nnd "The Maid of
Skcr;" besides shortor articles, po
etry, etc. The subscription price
of this 64 page weekly magazine 1s
$8 a year, or for $10 any one of tho
American $4 magazines issent with
Thu TJninn Aae for one vear. LlT-
tell & Gay, Boston, Publishers.
Holloway's Pills.
Holloway's Pills are a sure
remedy for all sexual com-
Jilaiuts, and may be taken by
e males of all ages, who are
suffering from a disorganized
system, or those distressing dia-
eases in particular wntcn ire-
fluently occur (from inatten
tion) at the turn of life. They
are so mild that the mostAoli
cute female may take them
with perfect safety. 25 cents
jut no or pot.
Baenusi will exhibit the greatest
show in the world at Sidney and
Lima some time in July. His show
travels by fail using sixty freight
and five passenger cars. It could
not be dragged throrrgb the country
with less than ono thousand men
and horses. Ho commenced his ex
hibilion at Jersey City on the 15th
ult. When will you exhibit at Mc
Arthur, Mr. Barnum?. V
The juveniles are joyous
with the advent of May, for,
like the seasons, sports and
amusements change ; neverthe
less there are spare and stormy
times for indoor recreation, for
which there is .nothing better
than the perusal of some good
periodical. The one to fit this
want is Demorest's Youno-
America, suited to each
month, Us treasures arc extra
ordinary. No child should
want a magazine when it can
be had for one dollar a year.
Published at 838 Broadway,
N. Y.
Wood's Household Maga
zine, uuder the editoral man
agement of Gail Hamilton, has
more than doubled its subscrip
tion list, during, the pnst-four
months. The May number con
'ains: "Migration, Colonization,
Home?,'' by Mr. Horace Gree
ley ; "Miss Hannah Adams," by
lames Paiton: 'Household
Discoveries," by Gail Hamil
-on ; "Brother Anderson,'' by
Thomas K. Beecher; Lon
gevity," by Dr. Dio Lewis;
"Reminiscences of Rev. Dr.
Bt-thune," by A. A Willits, D.
I)., etc. Every woman should
read Gail Hamilton's editorial,
in which she says: "It will
never do to trust men with a
libel ty which they will abuse.
The best of them, men who
may be respectable and even
distinguished as jurists, doc
tors, merchants, mechanics, are,
in domestic matters, but chil
dren of a larger growth. They
must be trained. Tbey may be
allowed liberty, but they must
not be allowed to take it with
out permission"
The Household is a first-class
original Magazine, published
at one dollar a year by S. S.
Wood fc Co., JNewburgh, if.
X. A speciman copy mailed
free to any address.
DEATH OF JUDGE JOHN P. PLYLEY.
LEY.
PlM On Frldarnvnninir. Anrll Mtii lim .f
.... ui.ri-.H, n, tnu runiutincH oi jura, niury iticn
Q nfii1...L ... l. I'm V ' -IT .
mi.i.H.iuiiKB .xiHN r. rtvLKT, aged 46 yearn,
11 months umin duya. '
Judge FiTLaT wai born In Twin Townihlp,
Roaa County, Ohio, on the SOth of May, 1830. He
road law In the offlce of if. L. Clark, In Chll
llcothc, and in April 1851 he waa admitted to the
Bar, and eoon after came to HoArthur, whore
entered Into partnership with Ha. Clark in the
parctlceorinw. In February, 1869, he wai ap.
pointed J wlge of the Court of Common rieaa In
thia Dlntrlct, to All the vacanoy oanied by tho
resignation ofJudgoW, V. Feck, who had been
elected Supreme Judge: At tho annual election,
In October of that year, he was elected Judge
for two years, being tho remainder of Judge
rock's term. He was re-olectod in Octolicr of
tho yeors 1801 and 1806, holding the office till
February, 1813.
Tho funeral sorvlces were conducted by tho
Rev. Mr. Smith of the Now Plymouth Fresbyto
rlan Church.
A meeting of the Vinton County Sar was hold
on Saturday, April 87th, as will be seen by the
followlug, at which meeting it waa resolved to
until May ft, 18T)i
CLERK'S OFFICE, McArthur, O.,
April 27th, 1872.
At a mooting of the memlra of the Vinton
County Ilnr, culled for the purpose of paying a
ropor trllmte of roBpect to the memory
nto J ml ire John P.
ry oi mo
it waa rceolved to adjourn
yk'V. who (lied at Bo'clor.k.
P. M., on ynstenlart
in mm! at the Court Room at F. M., on Ma'
Ath, tha first dav of our Common I'leas Court,
that the acvoral liars In the district mliht be
tvnircaentod at the meeting.
The mitmbcraof the profession are invited to
attend said adjourned minting. i
I
JOHN MAYO, Chairman.
JONK8, ESC'T.
The Colorado Monthly pn.f
Ksfied by Jv II Wienelm,
Denver, Colorado', contains
full and reliable information
about that remarkable land;
its pages are embellisecf with
fine engravings of the wonder
ful and peculiar Rocky Moun
tain scenery -the finest in the
world. Price JEJ.OO per annum.
Agents wanted in every town
ship in the Uuioif. Address
the publishers for cash terms,
inclosing fifteen cents' for speci
man copy. I
The Democrat? of West Vir
ginia hold a State Convention
at Parkersburgh on the 30th
of May, to nominate a State
ticket. ''
THE NEW DISCOVERY
In Chdaieal and Medical lafeno. '
Dr. XS. F, GARVIN'S
SOLUTION ti COMPOUND EMIR
FIRST AND ONLY B0T.TTTION mr mruU
in one mixture of ALL THE TWEl.TB
valuable activ princiyala of tha wU known
eturatiT agnt,
. PDfB TUEE TAH,
TOEOUALED In Conghe, CeHa, Cahrrb,
Aatbma, Broachltn, oad canaaaiptiem.
CUIUSS AVITIIOUT FATL,
A raatnt cold la threa to tlx honn : and alw.
br iu V1TALIBINO, PCRIFT1NO and BTI
MULAT1NO affeeU upon the vtuanl antam.
ia remwkablT rflicaeioua in all
DISEASES Or TOR fiT.nsin.
Inoludiny Berofula and Eruptinna of tha akin,
Pjrapapaia, Diaaawa of tha Llrer and Kidnan.
BeajctUUeaae, and General Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCESl
a Lao, a j
volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, wltbont application af
BEAT. AremarkabljrTALUAllLBdiaeoTarr,
aa the whale appantua can be carried in the veal
pocket, ready at any time for Utentoataaeatual
and positively enratfre oat in
All Placate ! the MORS, THROAT
emd LUNliS.
TUB COMPOUIfD
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
fir lias in connection with tha ELIXIR TAR,
ia a combination of the TWO moat valuable)
ALTERATIVE Medicinca known in the Pro
faaaion, and rendera thia VOX without exceptiea
the very beet ever otfercd.
Tli UOLUTION and COMPOUND ELIXIR of
IE? -tL. JLt(j
ia wtihaut doubt tha Scat jsrardy known ia
eaaei of ........
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
ItisaBpeciftaforeuohdieeaeee, and altonld ba
kept in the houaelmldof every family, especially
durioj tboM uoniha in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to prevail. A email quantity taken
daily will prevent contracting tliees terrible
diacataa.
Solution and Compound Elixir, $1.00 par Bottle
Volatile Bolntlon for Inhalation, (3.00 por Box
Tar end Mandtako Filla, Oota per box.
Send for Circnlar of POSITIVE CVRES
to year Druggist, or to
L. F. HYDE tfc CO.,
SOLB PBOPJBIETOES,
110 E. 22d St., New York.
I Tor; wtw to ear ALL tottb
Sdbmbubi on TBI REAL ESTATE
REGISTER, rtTT8BrjB0H,PA. (Weeaur
au uoiumru: t year). Bumpie oopy ire.
mwms
SffinVMAN HIS OWNftlYSICIAtt
CATJTIOlsr.
THK Immense demand fr' Rarlnwar'a Pills tnd
Ointment, haa oemptad onprlnilplwl partloi to
oounterfelt Ibece valuaMa tnedieinea. In order to
proteat tlte public and ourselvre, wa have lasacd a
new "Trade Mark," conslnllnKof Beyptlsn olrole of a
aornent, with the letter H In the eantre. Every hex
ofllsllowsy's Pills and Ointment will have this
trade mark on It; none sre genuine without It. i
N, T. OuaMiOALUo.. 8nlf Proprtetora,
78 Mnlden Lane, New Tork,
Jonii D. Paik, Oinelnnatl, Ohio, Sola Aavnl lor
ineoian. v ly
Extraordinary Improvements
CABINET ORGANS
The Mnson ft Hnmlln Orirnn Co. resnnntfiillv
announce the lutrodiintion of Improvements Of
muun moretnau ordinary interest. Those are
RKED AND PIPE OA BIN ET ORQAN8,
hclns;tho only successful combination of REAL
PIPES with reeds ever made.
DAY'S THAN9P08IXU KEY-BOARD,
which can be InHtantly moved to the right nr
loft, changing the pitch, or transposing the) key.
Tor drawing! ana duortpUont, see OWcmlar,
NKVT ANT) KT.EOANT 8TYI.K3 OP DOUBLE
KKKD OABINUTOUOAMfl,
at 14A. ll and $IJ6esch. Considering Capao
Ity, ElegantM), and Tliorougli Excellence of
WorkmarmhlD. these are cheauer than anv rui.
fore offered.
The Mabok and HakMN Orarant are acknnwl.
edged BEHT.and from extrsortilnary facilities
urinananuMiire inis uoinpnny can inont, and
now undertuke to sell at nrlooa which rnnriur
thomj v
UNQUKSTIONABLY 0HKAPE8T.
Fonr Octave Oranns UO eaobt flvaor.Uva or.
gens $100, $135 and upwards. - With three) sots
rends IIM and nnwanly. Fort al.vlim. nn l
lloooeach. ' .T "r "
New IlliiNtrated Cntalogne, and Testimonial
Glmnlar. with tiffin Inns nfrnorAllittn fum Thnn.
all XV' . y
Sand Musicians, sent free.
MASOMA HAMUNOnOANCO..
iuvTfmonlil.,lJotlflu. 61W Utoadway, N.Y,
K; l ' ."-Aaetweisy
DRUGS I DRUQS!!
O. T. GcnninoIirs just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, Boota, Station
ery, &c, to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Buildiug, one door
west of Oilman, Ward k Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, where ho will bo
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and as many more its chose to
give him their patronage.
. His Jfew Room is roally tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supply of
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and tho
liAe equal to any other establishment
in tho country.
lie fills presciptlons, and can' uc
commodate all customers atrcason
able rates. If you want to jsee
the finest Drug Store,drop
in and examine this one.
WHERE TO EMIGRATE!
We answer, go to tho Southwest Missouri,
because tho Atlantic ft Paclflo Hallroad Co.
offer 1,I0,UI)0 Acres of Lontl to actual settlers,
at lowprlco on longcredit, beside furnish lug
froe trunsportittlcn over their road to purchas
ers; this road extends from St. Iouls, through
Missouri to vinitio, Indian Territory, is being
pushed rnpldly to Its destination, tho PaclUo
Coast;Willbe one of the trunk linos of the
country, never blockaded by snow tho lunds
along the road are In a rich fertile country, as
productive as any iu the Stute; tho cllinnto com
bines all thcadvantHgos of northern and south-
em latitudes; good climate, soli, health, water,
umucr, grazing, rrultt and flowers, Invite you
to go to this region. For further Information
address A JfUOK, Land Com'r, B23 Walnut
Street, St. Louis, Mo. . n.jy
Free of Charffe.Call and get
a sample bottle ol Dr Boscheo's Gor
man Syrup,rce of charge, ntStrong's
orSisson's Drug Storo, McArthur,
or of Will tfc Co., Zaleski. It has
lately been introduced in thiti coun-
try from Germany and for any per
son suffering with a severe cough,
co?d settZed on the breast, consump
tion or any tliseaso of tho throat and
Jungs it has no cqaal in tho word.
licgiifar sine boities 75 cts. In aW
cases money wiW be promptly re-
lurnoa it ported salistaction is not
given, ivvoaoseswitt rooevo any
case, Try il.
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas,
California.
Advertiseing alono docs not pro
duce succoss. Tho thing which is
advertised must have intrinsic
morit, or olso largo advertising will
do it nioro harm than good. If you
havo anything which you know to
bo good, advertise it thoroughly,
and you will bo snro to succood; if
it is poor, don't praise id, for peo
plo will soon discover you are lying.
Such is tho policy of tho Burling
ton llouto, which runs to three
groat regions in tho West: 1st, To
Omaha, connecting with tho great
Pacific Boails. 2d, To Lincoln, the
capital of Nebraska, and all that
bonutif ul region south of the Plutto,
filled with Railroad lands and home
steads. 3d, To St. Joseph, Kansas
City and all. Kansas points.
The roads aro splendidly built,
havo tho best bridges, finest cars,
the Miller platform and coupler,
and the safely air brake (to provent
the loss of life that is everywhere
else happening); Pullman's Bloopers,
Pullman dining cars, largo nnd
powerful engines (to make quick
time and connections), and aro in a
word the best equipped roads in the
West. So that if you dosire to go
safely, surely, quickly and comfort
ably to any point in Southern Iowa
Nebraska, Kansas, oron tho Pacific
Jtoads, bo suro that you go "By
Way of Burlington." ,
All who wish particular informa-
.!. I - I -I .
fmrrnf l.lv tha Ornt Wnafc. nn.l nil
IIOII, IIIIU It lurire man, onowintr
. .j 1 - -
ruuruuu vuuuuukiuiiH, vim uuluiii
them, and any othor knowlodgo, by
addressing Gcnoral Passonger
Agent, a. & Mo. it. 1C. It., uurlmg'
ton, Iowa.
I
ti
to
ROAD NOTICE.
XTOTIt'K Is herehv
Riven that a etition will
11 be iirenentcd to theCoinmlssiononi of Vinton
t'ountv Ohio, nt their next tension, to be held on
r no niKt iuoikiiivoi uune, a. v. ipi, praying
for theetulilllimeut of a County roudaloiiK the
rollowinff desertoed route in said i;ouuty, to wit
Rcirlnninir nt or near a lame white oak stumt
almiit four nxlH south of the sctKail-house 111 sill
Dlitrlut No. i. In Clinton Townslilp. Vinton
County, Ohio, at a point near the McArtlinr and
wiiKCSVine roan, running a noriii-cnuMjriy ui
rci tlon throinrh the lands of StODhnn Hiiltn almnt
SO reals to a hickory tree at or near tho section
lino dividing the luads of Stophon Halts and
Hums owned uv llicnnra Tirnmj, inenrwnnaion
or nvnr said section llne.tliroiiKli the lnnds own
ed by St4iphon Salts and Kieluird Tlinms, and
also throinrh tho lauds owned hr William Mar
tin. Patrick t'rniir. Nelson llolTliines. Uoorsro
VIUIH. i llllip n nninr. iiihukhii t uiiiwimm.
nr, anil Daniel Hall, to the south-eat corner of
section no. m, tnonco a nnrin-ia.Hiny rnmcnon
thninirh tlio landnof Frederick Knirland to the
Coimtv roiul lcadinfr from the Eavle Furnace to
c Arthur, noar a gum treo, ineiuacn oi (emu.
us. MANY PKT1TIONK1W.
April 80th lflra-4t
or
ROAD NOTICE.
XtOTKRIaherehvarlven that a'nfltltlon will
11 be presentod to tho Board of Commissioners
of Vinton County, Ohio, at their next rvnulur
session, in Juno. 187. praylni for the establish.
mentor a county road In Jn
ac.kson rrownshlp,
aloon the followlnir deserlbed routo, to-wlt:
Coiiiniennlnir nt the Allensvllle and lllooinlnir-
Coiniiienclng at the Allensvllle and ltloointno
vlllo road near Wild Cherry tree, north of the
llraneh that nins through Oeoriro Hampmn't
fann ; thence westerly direction up the bottom
cIimh to tlin fiint nf the hill, to n lariro Black Oak
stump nt the foot of the hill; thence the noarmt
and best mute to Intersect the rldiro mini, near
John X. Johnson's Ht nhhsand there to slop i the
road to lie viewed with the least tniury to pn-
vsde proiwrtv. MANY l'F.TiTHl.M(N.
May 1, lKTMt,
ROAD NOTICE. HEALTH AND BEAUTY!
Stroriff
sirrd Pur RiVsh
Btoorf I1
eranne or Flonri find wlMht
Cleair SUin Rnd'eedUrUP
SECURED TO ALL
RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN
RESOLVENT
HA MA-DK THB MY)Hf AfTn!ftBIirv
CGTRKH. HO QUICK. WV UAPII) AltE
TH K Oil A N(i EH Til K- IU)lY ll KR
OOKW I'NDEIl TUB XSFI.tTENCK
OF THIH TKl't.Y WNIKlt
FCL MKUiCI.NE. THAT
Every Day an Increase of flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
fcrofnlrt, Cotismtititir.n; Pih1fir In its
many forms, rnmululiir Iiiasr Clecm
In the Tbroiit, Jldnttr; Tiimora, Nmlca In the
glands, n ml olhe pnvla of the1 svstcmi Hore
hyes, Htritmnus- liisrhnrcr from tlic Karis:
hritptlvii Irtsoiws of Iho Kycs. Nose. Month
andMierormHofSkin Iiisciiites.; Eriinlriins. Ke-
ver rHrcT, hcbhi mciki, King-wnin. Bull Kill tlin
Erysipelas, Ague, niuck Hpotif. Worms lit the
Flesh. TumorH.Onncf'rs In tho Womb, and nil
v eirmnnig nii'l l'nlnrul Dlsclmrgcs; Night
Sweata. and all Waste of thn Ufa Principle,
are within the Curative Itnlige of Rudwny'a
Hnrwipiirillliiu Resolvent, and n. fn iva'
will prove; to an v person uxlng it fur either of
uieso lonns oi aiaeuse lis putcnt power to cure
Minn, .
Not onlv does tlin fl A TtnefiA mrmv rttr
BOI.VENT exool all known remcdinl agents In
the l tire of t'hfptiln, tr.imrhlnus. t'onstlmtlen.
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Urinary and omb DIseaNPS.Oravep, tilnlietes
llrtipny, Imontliienee of Urine, ltright's Dia.
enu. Albuminuria, and in nil r,tv where
there are llrivk Dust li-poaita. or the Water la
thlek. cloudy, mixed with siilistniicea like the
white ol nn eifg.or tluwnda like white silk, or
there is a morbid durk. 1.(11. HIM Mlmaitriin.M i. .1
white bone-diut deposits. Hnd whore there is n.
prlcKlng. liurniiig sensation, ami pnin in the
Q.n..ll...ftl. t, I. I ... ... w '.
.iiii.i, mi 1,110 iiu;k, uiiii lining me jtins. in al
theso conditions KADWAY'lt HMtHAVA
lion or Kadwny's Heady Itrellef to the ftplhe
nndmnll or the Buck, and the Rowels regula
ted with one or two of Kiulwur'a Regulating
Pills iierdny. will S(kiii nmks a complete cure.
viiium.i jir.,-i. jv r.. 1, aieon iiv 1 lie spiiMca.
and (llsrhnrgo wnter nntumlly wltlmiit
in a iw duya tno untient will be ali a to hold
anu tne Urine win Do rmtnrcil to its nultirai
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy nnd vigorous
hlood. tnnt furnishes snmtd sr.riir.tm-A rr.,...
all sttn'ering t'r.m Wenkenlng Ulsetiiirgea,
either Mule or Kcinnlo, or from L'lcers orKortu,
tlirntigh the repnriillvo pntcesaof IfADWAY'H
8AKHAPARIIJ AN, aro arrested, nud the run
ttind orians henled.
OVARIAS TITMOR CtTP.KU - TfMOR OF
TWELVE TKAKs' OltOWTII CUEE1 BY BAD-
WAT'S EESOLVE.NT.
Bevkki.y, Mahs., Jnlv IS.ltWK.
Pa. R.tnwar : I have had Ovitrinn Tumor In
tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors suld
"there wiia no help for it." I tried everv thing
that was reeominunded, but nothing helped mo.
I saw your Resolvent, and thought I would trv
it, but had no faith In it, IwraiiHe I hud suffered
for twelve year. I took six iMittles of the Re
solvent, one box of Railtfttv'a Pills, nM used
to bottles of your Ready Itnlief; and llWre h
not a sign of a tumor to be seen or fert, and I
feel butter, smarter, happier than I hove for
twelve years. The worst tumor waa In tho left
aide of tho bowels, over the groin. 1 write this
ta yon fot the Ifenedtofothei-s. You can pub
lish if you choom.
"ANNAH P. KNAFP.
t&Sf Price One Dnllai.
IR,.
E AD WAY'S READY . BELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty Minutet
Not one hotirnfter rcaillnir this nHvprtlscmcnt
. need any one stirrer witli pain.
RAD WA YS READY RELIEF
iha cure roitKVF.nr pain, itwasthe
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
Tlintinxtnntly stops the most excruciating pnin
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS a1) Ct'liKS
CONUK-iXIONS,
Wbntlior of the Lungs, Siotnaeli, Tlowfla. r
' the Klumls and orituns, by one ipliciitlon,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No mntter how violent or excruciating the
pnln, the UIIKITMATIC, Ilpcl-riililen, InHrm,
Ciipploil, Nervniia. Nonmlglc, or prostruted
wltn dlrieaixi, inny mfler,
lladway's Ilcady Relief
Will, 111 from ONKTO TWENTY MINtlTKS, afford
m and comru t, and tills medicine, no ranlil In
topilnr puln, cun be purchnsed Kilty Outs
per bottle nt almont every dniRtriHt'ii nnd coun
try nioreluint's stura on this continent, mid
within one hniir'a distance of almost every bub-
luiiiun in ine iiinien ptHien.
XHROUATISM AXD NECRAIGTA.
RHEUMATISM AND XKUUALGIA.
Ifthoxe who five now HiifTcrinc I'ain. no mat
ler wliut tho CHiiwnuiy he, or Iiv whut nnme
it is ciiiicm ii exrcmni, npiny iiiiiwat'i
Hradv Kklikp to the part of the body where
the pitln 1 present It' interim I, SOdropn, dilu-
ieu in wilier, aa a drum. t uetner Cramps,
Riihkiiis, liitluinniiition. ("iiiifrenlion, Asinlic
Holers, i nil is and t ever, Ilia most violent, cx
crueiiitina;anil torliu Injr (mills Vi lli bu stopped
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
EADWAY'S BEADY EELIEE
Will Afford Inatsint Ems !
INFLAMMATION OF T11K KIIINKYS.
INFLAMMATION OF TI1K BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF T1IK ROWKI.S,
WINOKS TON OF T IK I. 'Kns
ov.il. luuvai) vjrru.iiiji Jtl. rA 1 II li(t
PALPITATION OK THK IIKAET
HYSTERICS, CKOUP, DIPHTI1F.KIA.
n i aituii, laFLUKRZA.
IIEADACIIB, TOOTIIACHK. '
NKUKAI.OIA, ItUKUMATISM,
COLD, CniLLS, A0UK CHILLS. '
Tho application or the HKADY ItKMKF to
the part or parts w lure the pnin or illlliciilty
exlxtn wlllHll'oiil eiiae ond comfort. 20 drops
In ahall'tuinlilor of wntcr will, ine few mo
ments, euro Crumps, SpHNinx. Sour Stomach
Hearlhuru, Sick Headuelie, Diarrhea, Dyamii
tery. Oollc, V lud In the llowols, ana all Inter,
mil PuiiiH.
Travelers should alwava curry a Imttls of
UAOWAys MF.I.IKF with them. A few drops
ii nnwi nut iniiciil BlUKlirnii or pallia IrOni
rhniiRO of water. It Is better than Frenoh
randy or Bitters ss a at linulunt.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FRVEHANIl AOUR sCITRKD.
FEVK.lt AND AGUK OUttKI)
FOK FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedinl airont In ilia n,M
Hint will cure FKVKR AND AUHF ,
and nil other Malarious, llilious, Hearh t, Ty.
' i, xeuifiT aim oiner rvvels (aided liy
ItmlwaV'S PUIS.) IU (Illicit an llMiluav'a Ko.l
Relief. ' '
Persoa need suffer, bo they ever so much ex
nosoil to Fever nnd Anno, ff they will only tuke
ItibWAY's Hkaoy KmiKr. and keen thuirftou.
opt with Butlwiy't JSIU. Hundreds In the
wem., wnoiiiive liltlierlo ooen diM-torlngnt the
rate of one nnd two hundred dollurs furs. l'w
nionths' trentiiient are keoninir themselves and
Li"mHl'".' r ? "MMVX ClUU
niomns- treatment are kenning
mu xa ira, icuavMA rusti, etc., lor
twiMlollam nyeur, spent for lta.1 way's iteady
Uellel'nnd Hadwnv's Pills (coaled).
The KKADY EKLIEK will afford iniian aM
alt. I'riceonly DO cents per liottlo,
N. It. Hue thut every lwttle has nn India
Rubber Stoipur. Bold ut nil DriiRfflsU, and at
I'r. Itadway's oflloo, No. 8li Warrou.eor. Church
Street, Kow York.
Dlt. EADAT'S PERFECT CUEA-
TIVE FILLS, .
rxnrxcTLX tastslbss,
Elefrautly Coated with Sweet Out,
PUUUK, KEUULATK. PlUiirY. CLKAN8K AND
HIltKMOTUKIf.
' Radwnyi" PUll,
rnRTHK VVHtt or
Alt PTMRDKHSOFTI1K STOSfACIT, KtVCR,
BOWKI.S, KIDNKYS, M.ADDKR. KSItVOVii
MS K ASKS. MADAMS, WJSTJ PATIOS
COSTIVKNMUi. INDIGKSTION, DYSPKPSU
BILIOrSMCXH. BIUOVH FSrKIt, JNfLAM.
MATIOH Or TI1H BOWELS, I'lLKS, and all do.
rangementa of the lntriiiU Vlwera.
Warmnted to Kll'oct a Positive Cure,
PI1HKLY VRUKTABLK.
C0NTAIN1NO NO MKKOUKT, M1NKBALS OB
1LKTB10US DBUOS.
tywobsorre ths followlnr aymptomi result-
0nstlpa(,nrdrni of the UlKostlvo Organs
Blood In . on. Inward Piles, FuIIiichs of the
Naiii.ua. 11 lh(i Head. Acldltr of Iho Htomacli.
WeiKbtoartbnm. DiNKtist of Fond, PullnOHi
blnklngor In tha Stomach, Hour KructAtlons,
riuttorlnit at the Pit of the Stomach,
Swlmmlnifof ths Head, Hurried and Dimoult
Hrenthinir, Fluttering: nt the Heart, Choking or
Buflooiitlna; Seniatlnna when In a Lylna Pos
ture. Dimness of Vision. )o or Webs before
Sight, Fever and Dull Pnln In the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the
Skin and'Ryea, Pnln In the Hide, Client, Limits,
and sudden Flushes er lient, Jluruliig In the
Flesh.
system from all the above-named dlsordsn.
Prioa 25 Caata Par Bex.
A. row uoaos onunwAY's ptna win rree the
BADWAY As CO.
Wo. 8T Maldan Lane, X. T.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Bond one letter stnmn in RADWAY ft CO..
S'J warren, eor. Uhurrk ntreet, Ne
Tfork'II
Jnnirainlloii worm tluiiisniids will Urent ye.
A Polyglot Business.
The wide spread iuHhetice of
Ameficair pkiU and enternrist
linfr oo8tripped tEe coBipro
hrnfionfr ' of tlio Americans
theraaclvesr. Tie fabries of
ottr milla clothe the pafftges of
both continent!", fhey wrap
tf 1h vi rrrr of Africa, and the
tawny hkiru of S -uth Andean
pamjyiis-. Bat wider BtiH are
spiemj, the products of our skill
i'n mediciuefc A late viit to
Dr, tt.O. Ayr & GV& labo
ratory nncf office fn Lo-vtell,
showed- us that the whole sur
face of the globe pays- ite trib
ute there; there they cater to
and serve the requirements of
almost tttl nations Their pub.
lications are in tke many
tongues that Tvidely-serered
people use. Tbeir letters
mtftt be read from and written
in many tongues, for whrch
there sit a lon range of cor
respondents with the indispens
able Accomplishments for their
duties. Their daily mutl f
half a bushel of letters bring
them advices, orders and re
mittances from the circle of
the world. "We were oyer
whelrted with amazement, and
oar readers would be by an
inspection of this wonderfully
extensive, health-dealing enterprise..
A Polyglot Business. HALL'S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR
RENEWER.
U the only infallible Hair
Preparation for -restoring crav
hair to its original color and
, : . . . .
promouiig us growth. IS is
the cheapest preparation eref
offered to the poblie, as ono
bottle will last longer and ac
complish more than three bot
tles of any other preparation.
Our RnDewer is not a Dye ; it
win not stain ine skin as otn-
ers. it will keen the Hair
from foiling out. It cleanses
the Scaly, and makes the hair
soft, lustrous and silken. Oar
Treaties on the hair sent free
by mail.
R. P. Hall & Co., Nashua,
N, A. Proprietors. For sale
by all druggists.
We notice that Scribner's
Magazine ia to be improved.
A new department under the
title of "Nature and Science,"
will be commenced in the May
number. "Traveling by Tele
graph' "Home and Society,"
"Back Log Studies." "Our
Educational Outlook,' are
among the many stories which
will appear in the May num
ber. Send for Sciibner. Address
Scribner's Magazine, 651
Broadway, New York City.
Editorial notices ore so common that It la
ulinostlmpoKilbloforan editor .to exurcas his
holiest opinion of the merits of any artlccle
without being suspected of interested motives.
Thlfcgfuct, however, shall not detenus pom say.
in what we think ofa new addition to the Ma
teria Modlr.a to which our aitenl ion lias boon
reeenllv directed. We refer to Da. J Wll.x
kk'b Oamkokni a Vinkoar Bitticmh, a remedy
which la nialilnir its wav Into mum f. 1,01 tin
Just now thnn all ths oilier advertised modi
sones iut UiRotber. '1 here scorns to bo no iiiius-
lion aiHiuttnsiiotoiirv or its tonic and oilers
tive iirouertira, while it uossesics tha creat
negative reeoiumondntion of conlnlninjr nei
ther slculiol nor mineral poison. That it la a
niecllllefor IndljrcstUin, tiiliousncus, Oonstliia
tion, and many ctiinplnlntH of nervous origin,
we have mason to know; and we are asmired
on Rood authority that as a general Inviroiant,
rrKiilatliifr nnd inirllVliia: modlrine, it lies no
eonnl. It isstnledtlint Its Inirredleuta.tolilalii.
eil from the wilds ol't'nlllbrnia,) are new to the
inedirsl world: and its extraordinary effect
certainly warrant the ronclimlnn that if Mucoid
pound of agents uilherto unknown. If popu
larity is any criterion, there can lie no doubt of
the oulclenev of the VlNKUia lliTTaaa. for tha
sale of the atticlo is Immense and continually
increasing. 1&41.
A Chance to Win $50,000 and at the
Same Time Aid the Sick and Destitute.
titate.
The snle of tickets In the Grand Leiral enter
prise at Omaha, In aid of Worry Hospital, un
dcr the auspices of the Bisters of Meroy, wilt
be continued until May SOth, when the draw
Infc will positively hike place, In open public.
This charitable enterprise enjoys the confi
dence of the Governor, and best business men
of Nebraska) a Ine the Mayor and President of
the Board of Trade, Omaha. Highest rrizc,
130,000. In cskIi. The tickets are 3 ench, or
two rortf. For full particulars, addreea Pattca
Si Uardnor, Uulne Managers, Omaha, Nob,
Every Democrat should fool it
hia doty to speak a good word for
our paper. Thia Is residential
year, and we rnust Tjsoall honorable,
means to elect tho Democratic can
didate. Every subscriber you get
for a Democratic paper holps along
the cause,
friends.
Send in tho names,
Fred. Douglass complains of
his treatment by the Southern
railroads, because be was not
allowed to ocenpy the rear of
the ladies' car. .
Manhood! Womanhood!
Who may marry and who not. fby1 1m.
pediments, causes' anil cure 108- paxes 'lent
sealed for cents. Addiosa Ir. WUlTTlMt,
11 m,rl. ULraat At. Tinl Mn wild tl'SStS
allflhronlc, virulent, and special dlsesmt. Tha
mAI ,0o,r, a,,.hllwtr !
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