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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Brevities.
ForPuro Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
Latb hours wilt load some of tlio
boys of our town to the ponitodtia
ry or matrimony.
Tbo MoArthiir Enquirer dosireR
to engage-ft printer of tho femalo
porsuasion. Jackson Standard.
One portion of tho young portion
of thopooplo nttond church for tho
purpoao of showing thoir now 'duds.'
, The frogs those melodious un
foathorod songsters, aro making
themselves board in tho big ponds.
"Fairh.ay" must send us his or
her original namo not for publica
tion, howeror before wo can com
ply with the rcquost mndo.
We nro informed that a now com.
pany has organized and is making
preparations to commonoo operas
t,ioiia ub Vlwton;' tVrliuxoi
The day's aro lengthening nt the
' ralo of a miiuilo and n quarter ov.
cry twenty-four hours, and this
ratio continues, until Juno 21.
There is'nt the least doubt but
what many girls would givo up the
fashion of woaring falso hair if they
had somo of their own.
The fishing season has oponod in
earnest, and all tho idle men and
boys can find unprofitable Cmploy
lTlOllt. ...
Between tho Street Commission
er and tho refreshing rains of last
week, tho gutters on Main street
tiro now in good sanitary condition,
and should be kept so during this
Boason.
.ITiiEtimo of tho holding of tho
Editorial Convention, at Athens,
was changod from May 2d to Juno
liith. Every Editor in Soiithorn
, Ohio and West Virginia is invited
to attend.
Farmers will oblige our numer
ous readers by sending us. items
portaining to tlio crops. Wo aro all
interested in knowing what tlio
prospocts aro for another year's
"hash."
J. A. GiMions, who formerly ro
Bided in Vinton county, and remov
ed to Charleston, W. Va., for tho
pnrposo of practicing law, is now
Editor-in-chief of tho Mason Coun
ty Journal, at Pt. Plensun W, ,Yi
Tun General Conferonco of tho
M. E. Churclrmet at Brooklyn, S
Y., on tho 1st inst. Tho lay dolo
mites from this conferoiice aro Hon.
II- S. Bnndy of Jackson county and
' Hon. J. L. Critchfiold of Columbus.
I.r.TTHH were In the McArthur I'ost Ofllro on
the 1st of May, 1872, for tlio following mimed
jici'sons:
Mis I llmwn, 1, AV. Baker.
ISllsrt Kliznbeth iiliink- Miss JIattio tirury,
ensliim .1 oil it Lnvhifr,
Mrs. A. s.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Tux following Is it list of letters remaining In
tlio Zaloskl I'ost OIUoo on tho 1st of May:
Martha Wilson, Kai licl Stevens,
Melissa .1. Stutter Junius Hurley
Lory Hull Thomas otious
Mis Xlooro H.iniuel Murray
Clnrcy Lottis Mrs Mutjullui- ,
Miss Clunimlns
J. G. WILL, P. M.
Employment for a Lady.
A young lady desiring. to learn
to set typo and to learn to bo useful
generally about a printing offico,
can havo a situation at this O.flfco.
For Sale.
Any person wishing to purchaso
a good post-holo borer should call
nt this offico, and sco the best.
ForAyer's Medicines, go toQil
W. Sisson's. . i
Charley Adams and Truman Va
riiin, boys who formerly worked in
tho Standard Oflieo, made us a call
on Monday morning. Adams ' is
working nt Groonfiold, and Vnrian
at McArthur. Jackson Standard.
It can't bo doubted that Charley
is highly pleased whilo in a green
field with tho "dower clause"
At a mcotlnjt of Me.Vrlhiir. Lmlgo No. 8(1 1,
I. O. O. P., on Tuesday evening tlio following
resolutions wore unanimously udnntod:
TtKROl.VKP, Tlmt. this I-ortjro tender their
thanks to tlio brethren of tlio Lniljte nt Chilli,
rot ho nr courtesies extended to them on thooe.
elision of their visit to Hint city on tln IIUli lilt.
HRriOI.VRli, That (nit. W. W. I'enbodv,
Maslorof Trnnsiortlon of tho M. C. It. K.,'ls
entitled to our thanks for favors bestowed uuon
lliiitocrninn.
Hkhoi.vkii, Thnt tlio Secretary lio Instructed
to transmit copy of these resolutions to the
LodKont, ( hillieotho, mill loCapt. W. W. lea.
body, anil that tho sumo bo published In tlio
MuArthur inipcr. .
Amono tho lookers-on at tho Na
tional Liboral Republican Con von
tion, nt Cincinnati last wook, from
Vinton county, were the following
named persons, a groat majority, If
not all, of whom nro highly pleased)
with tho labors of tho Convention,
thinking now that thoro Is a. pros
poet of hosting President Present
taking Grant out of the :. White.
IIouso and of rostoring tho poverty
Btriokon country .to prospoyity:
J. A. Felton, A. II. Dowd, D. B.
Snivel, U. S. Claypool, "wVW. Bel
ford, J. W. Bowon, MoArtlmr, Wil
liam Baughman, Zaloskl ; Dr. H. II
Bishop, of Wilkesvillo; Charlos Mil
lor, II. S. Wilcox, of Ilamdon.
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
JOIY!
t'AM. At GPXNISU'H Plll'O Stork, In Will's.
IIuildiuK, anil sua those Kino Oil Huntings,
Chromoit, I'liiilographs, Plain anil Colored Lith
ographs, which are for sulu very cheap. They
aro so lieuutlfull
Grand Show in McArthur.
It Is reported that a big show will soon bo
Hsroi but the grainiest show we have seen lately
Is at the Dry Goods Kinporlum of J. A. Veltnn.
Ho has Just returned In mi the Queen City with
Just one more lot -of Staple und Fancy Goods,
which embritce all the very latest styles.
His stock of Dress Goods, Boots, (shoes, Hats,
ttnd Summer Shawls, all of tho newest styles
out, aro beautiful indeed.
Ho can show you the iincst goods nt prices
that will BiiitI
Fatai. Aociiiknt. On Thursday nltornoon
last, about 1 o'clock, Wll.I.IAM IIll'I'MAN, aged
tt'iout 21 years, employed in tho Bound House
at the Car Shops at Zaloskl, wax caught by a
lover, with which a car was bolng raised rer
pairs, nnd thrown beneath the lever to ik
Ifrnund, receiving Injuries from tho effect of
which be diwl about H o'clock on that evening,
lifter being taken to the residence of his mother,
v ho is a widow, living In the east part of Hint
tow n, lie was an excellent voting man and be
loved hv all. His funeral took plnco on Satur
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock, and was attended by
uU' his many friends.
Depot IIoTKb. We would any to
those going to Chillicotho to stop
at tho Depot Hotol, n,oar tho Rail
way Depot, w hero they will be
treated in ths kindest manner nnd
furnished with tho best bed, by tho
mo4 UnJWd, Mr. M. Merki.e, or
by one of tho dlever clerAs, who are
alwnys thoro at any houi of tho
night ready to givo careful atten
to tho wants of all.
Popular and Attractive.
T hero are to bo found in the Dry
goods IIouso of Will Co., Zaleski,
an endless vnrioty of goods of every
kind, including all the novolties of
tho season and many choice styles
not found olacwhoro. A fu" stock
of housekeeping dry goods con
stantly on hand. Bo sure to go to
the stero of Will & Co;
Interesting to the People
Far and Near.
If you want to prosper and
save money go to the Dry
(roods House of T. A. Martin
& Son, the "Old Corner," and
see their magnificent assortment
of Goods, Th especial atten
tion of the Indies of Vinton
county is called to their fine
less goods. Their stock is
absolutely, by comparison, the
finest and most com pletc. Let
customers look to their inter
ests and go to Mat tins !
The Ciishman Troupe favored
our citizens with two concerts, a
few evenings ago, at tho School
House Hall, which were tho best
ever given in this town. There
were very largo audiences on both
evenings, Mr. L. U. Cushmnn is a
good soprano and a fine delineator
af -character; Hi. C. II. Burko, tho
organist and professor of vocnl mu
sic, wo are suio has no superior;
and Mr. J. I). Mon tjromery, Easso
of tho troupe, is a grand singer,
possessing a highly cultivated voice
Indeod this is the only troupe that
can put the whole country in a good
humor, whore it travels.
In Full Bloom.
The largest and finost assortment
of Choico Groceries and Delicato
hutablos to bo had in Vinton county
nro at tho storo of Gcorgo B. Will,
Main Street. Ho has everything
you may wish. As Gcorgo donls
exclusively in Groceries, Fruits,
JMitaules, sc., ho soils much lowor
than any body else. Ho can fur
nish 3ou with articles that can not
be had olsowhero outside' of tho
City. Go in and got something to
eat.
Messus. Kaunks & Cxtow, who
havo taken tho contract for build
ing tho mile of tho Gallipolis, Mc
Arthur & Columbus ft. II, through
the farm of Cornolius Karnes, in
Swan Township, recoived a lot of
wheoh barrows, scrapers, shovels,
etc., last wook, and aro preparing
to go to work upon tho soction.
Tho line has boen locatod as far
north, from Gallipolis, as Vinton,
Mr. ft. A. Howabd has boon on
gagod by Prosidont Lanolet as
Chiof Enginoerof tho Road.
An effort is boing made to havo
tho onliro line made ready for tho
cross ties by July, 1873.
Papers for Sale.
The following papers and maga
zines will bo sold very cheap at this
offlco. t
Tho Vo8torn Rural, wookly,
Now York Wookly Witness,
Homo Journal, weekly,
Pittsburg Real Eatato ftogistor,
weekly,
Amorican Artizan, wookly,
Now World, wookly tomporanco
organ,
Country Gentleman, weekly,
The Household, monthly,
Wood's Household Magna I n o ,
monthly,
Ijittoll a Living Ago, wookly.
An exciting liquor case is in
rderesa at Xenia. Mrs. A. L.
McL wife of Dr. Reid, a den
tist of Cedarville, Greene coun
ty, brings Buit against James
Townsley, a druggist of that
place, to recover $5,000 dam
ages for liquor sold to her hus
band. There are over seventy
witnesses in the. case. Dr.
Reid is one of the main wit
nesses for the defendant. The
doctor and his wife have seper-
tiled, .
Thanks Hon. J5,. . Wii,son,
Member Congress from' this Dis
trict, will accept thanks fov th
"Statistics of Population Ninth
Census, 1S7D, Tables 1-8," which is
a most yaluablo work..
. Tho population of Vinton County
is given as follows, by Townships
and towns;
Brown J .... 1297
Clinton 1724
Ilamdcn...; 3G-1
Englo ; 081
Elk....; 20G3
McArthur , 861
Harrison 782
Jackson 1294
Knox -fc 659
Madisun .1G23
Zaleski ' C90
Swan 1062
Vinton G56
Wilkesvillo 1472
In 1860 tho population of McAr
thur was 822, and in 1850 it was 424.
The population of Elk Township in
1860 was 2,223, and in 1850 it was
1043. The population of Swan, in
I860, was 1,281.
There aro no nogroos in tho
Townships of Clinton, Swan, and
Jackson but in, Wilkesvillo there
aro 122.
REMOVAL!
DRUGS! DRUGS!
O. T. Gunnino has just removed
from tho "Old Brick Corner" bis
splendid assortment of Drugs, Mod
icincs, Oils, Taints, Boos, Station
ery, &c., to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building, one door
'west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Storo,
on Main Street, whero ho 'will be
pleased to moot all his old custom
ers, and ns many more as chose to
givo him their patronage.
His New Jlooni yis roally tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supplyof
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
liA'o casual to any other establishment
in tho country. "'"
presciptions, nnd can ac
commodate all customers atreason-
ablojc Itv you want to see
thdjincst Drug1 Store, drop
in and exit mi no this one.
WHERE TO EMIGRATE!
We answer. ?o to tlio Southwest Mlnsonrl,
Ijcennse tho Atluntln A Paolflo ltttllroud Co.
otter 1,8(10.000 Acivs of Lnntl to netiml mittlors,
at low price on longeruilit, boslilus furnishing
free transportation ovur their roud to ptirrhas
its; tills road extends from St. Tiflula, throngd
Missouri to Viriftin, Indian Territory, Is being
pushed rapidly to Its iloatinutlon, tho Pauillo
Codst; will Ijo one of tlio trunk lines of tho
country, never blockaded by snow tlio land
long tho road urcln n rli h fertile country, as
productive im any In theStato; thocliinatccoin-
bines nil theAdviuitiiKes of northern nnd south
ern latitude; good climate, soil, health, water,
limhcr, crazing, fruits und flowers, Invito yon
to go to this region. For ftirther Information
nildresHA TUCK, Lund Com'r, 02? Walnut
Street, St. LoiiIh, Mo. lS-ly
Free of Charge. Call and got
a sample bottle of Dr Boschce's Gc-
mnn Syrup,ree of charge, at Strpng'B
orSisson's Drug Storo, McArthur,
or of JFill t Co., Zaloskl. It has
lately boon introduced in this coun
try from Germany nnd for any nor
eon Buffering with a severe cough,
cotu soiuca on tno Droaet, consump
tion or nny disoaso of the throat and
Jungs it bus no cqnaZ in tho worid.
Rogufar sizo botties 75 eta. In &ll
cases money mil bo promptfy re
turned if perfoct satisfaction is not
givon. Two doses mil rotiovo any
caso. Try it.
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas,
California.
Advcrtisoing alone does not pro
duce buccosh. Tho tiring which is
advertised must' have " intrinstio
morit, or else largo advertising will
do it moro harm than good. If you
havo anything which you know to
bo good, advertise it-thoroughly,
and you will bo sure to succeed; if
it is poor, don't praise it, for poo-
plo will soon discover you aro lying.
Such is tho policy of tho Burling-
ton Itouto, which runs to three
groat regions in tho West: 1st, To
Omaha, connecting with tho groat
Pacific Roads. 2d, To Lincoln, tbo
capital of Nebraska, and all that
beautiful .region south of tho Platto,
filled with Railroad lands and homo
steads. 3d, To St. Josoph, Kansas
City and all Kansas points,
Tlio roads are splendidly built,
havo tho bost bridgos, finost cars,
tho Miller platform and coupler,
and tho safety air brako (to prevont
tho loss of lifo that is ovorywhoro
else happening); Pullman's sloopors,
Pullman dining cars, largo and
poworful engines (to make quick
timo and connections'), and aro in a
word tho best equipped roads in tbo
West. So that if vou desiro to rro
safely, suroly, quickly and comfort
ably to any point in Southern Iowa
Nebraska, Kansas, or on the Pacifio
Roads, bo sure that you go !'By
Way of Burlington." .
All who wish particular informa-
tion,' nd ft lurgo "mnp,; oliowing
correctly the Greul West, nnd all
VaiJfoad connections, can obtain
them, and any olhcj knowledge, by
addressing General Passenger
Agent, B. & Mo. 11. It. R., Burling
ton, Iowa, j
Another Office Created.
J
Tlie- liadical Congress nnd
the Radical Legislatures of the
several States dovoto tta grea
ter part of tlie time they are in
session to creating oiHcca so as
to give hungry and lazy office
seekers something to do. The
Ohio Legislature, a few days
before it adjourned, commited
an indefensible act in passing a
bill authorizing tho appoint
ment by the Governor of two
Mine Inspectors, at a salary of
$2,900 each, aid a Board of
Examiners at $ per day, when
on actual service, to inspect the
coalmines of lic State and
working thereof in other
words, to establish ft - Mining
(coal mining) Department in
the State Government. This
is so much money tlirown away
in order to provide places fqr
two or three Sepublican par
tisans, It wis designed for
this purpose, aid nothing else.
Lit tax-payers take notice who
at this time crertes new offices
with large salaries for them to
Pay. ' I
Manhood! Womanhood!
Wbonmy nurry nnd lio nut. Why? 1m
pedlmonts, causes and enrol 108 pnucs sunt
sealed for 8 cents. Address Pr. WIUTTIKlt,
017 Charles Street, S. Louis, Mo., who treats
all chronic, vlnilont.lnd special dlsonses. The
most Jiioceasfnl speuhllst of tbo niru. 1-tf
Estate of William Martindill.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereh) giren that .lamos A.
Martindill, exeeuor of the will if Willlmn
Martindill, dtceaseil, has filed Ills account
ns Hindi executor lor fliiiUetlluiiiPiit: and that
the hearing thereof Uict for the 1st day of
Juno, A.D. Itiii, miO o-.Iock A, M.
H. D. MAYO,
May 8.18T2-H, Pmhiite JuiIro.
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP,
The Best Pump ia the World-'
VUB AkoiiJii report ovr IMJ.Oflfl worlh of
inni-ittrjiuii iniiiur re mis t ear oy nit be
piimpH, beiiiK the most poverful foiw-piiliips
in tho world, us well u 'oi-fi er,lii(f.
Hee Ootober number, iniuo 8!KJ. ulmi flics Pitc
niliini Likf. niiAStiAnrnin a-m. .tl.:i..,iih,liwr
IIiIh paper never dcwlvoj the farmer. So
notice in l''eliniHi'y number, nugo ti Try one.
It' It don't do tho work cl.ihncd, nend it back and
Set your money. we warrant oin- pinupii to
do all woehiiin fortlieni on our ciri'iilu.
Send for clivn Ism iirordern ft the Jlridftetiort.
jii I'g t;o., no on viiKmiiers sc , nw inrK.
An order fornino .No. 1 11uui sei'lires tin ex.
eltikiva town atteiiey. No H-lf.
BU Y TlIEjBEST.
Tho ELI AS 1IOAVE, Jr.
FAMILY & W.WUFACTUUINO
SEWING MACHINES
WKRK i,.
FIRST INVENTED
HAVE DRKl
l
LATEST IMPROVED
AND ARC'
UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST.
0ITI0ES
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Jlivton, Wllnilnutnr.
Ihlllirotbe, Port mn lib md ironloii, Ohio;
Jlaynvllle, CovliiKt a ami Lexington, Ky,
J. 0. VAN DUZEP,
17-Htn. , MANAGER.
J HAVE
A largo quantity of
SWEET POTATO PLANTS,
(
Or tho Yellow nnd Rod Nanseraoml variety,
THE NASEMOiND
IB mmoolh yellow varloty, well lulnptod to
The nrico of I'lantH tlilB m
nrlnir will hn Dm
for 81 no, t-i
80por KXtl), 11. (M norOUOO, lattlK)
per if.ixjo,
ucr 1000
(Jubbage fUutii.ll.OO nvrlUO, t7.6o
lUuuts will bo
Packed in Damp Moss.
Tn ordcrlntr. elvn PT.ATH ninvnpinun r,,
ihiimciit ami K O. Addroiw.
Auuromt oil orders to . ,: , ,
DR. A, L WOOD
I
IRON FintKACK,
Soloto Co., O.
17
A CARD TO THE LADIES,
Duponco's Golden Pills,
FOR FEMALES.
Infallible in Correcting
There is not a Lady Living
But whut nt some period of Iter life will And
tho nUl'ONCOUULDUN HLLdJiut tUo meil
luine Blie naedi,
For Nervous Debility, Ilendaolie Fatnt-
ness, o.,
Those nro tho only nllla ever known that will
onre In erery cane. Mothers thin In the irreut-
em niusningcvernirarea you, aim you should
InimedlAtly proenre theno 1'llls. Thoy novor
ail, and tuny lio depended upon In every ciwe
where the niontbly flow has booa obstructed
through cold or disoaso.
THK GKNUINE
are put up In (WHITE) I10XK8, and upon each
box roil will Hud tho words lHJI'ONOd'rt OUL-
DKH l'KUIODIOAL 1'ILIA in white lutter.-
witnnui that nonb iri usifUiNC.
Full and oxnllelt directions aeeomnsnT nanh
box. Prloetl.UO perhox, six boxes 5.oo. Hold
by one drugKlHt In over town, tHIuko, city,
and hsmlat throiiKhont the world. Hold by U.
W . Bissun, Druggist, Bole Agont for iloArthur,
Ohio.
LADIES J Bysondlnj HIH 1 to tho Post Of
fice. 011 hero tho l'llls sent by mall, to any
prtof the country, IVse of postsKO,
nono genuine unions ine 00 x is aigniKi
S. D. HOWE,
Bole proprietor, New York.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS
$40, $50, $75, and $100.
GOOD, EUBABLE A1ID CHEAP.
Shipped Ready for Uee.
MANUFAOTURKD BY
J. W, Chapman & Co., Madison, Ind.
3 M WD Full ClKOUljAll.Tie;
Minister Schenck is visiting
hospital schools and talking to
the children. Better luwiuess
than speculating ia bogus sil
ver mines.
NOTICE
Is hereby Riven that my wife, Jane Tliomns,
h. UiL my bed aud Ixmiil wltlumt itny Iu-t
cuuno or iiroroontlnn, and UieuubliuHrehuiVliy
wiirnod not to truHt or limiior lierou my no
count, us I shall not be reiontillo I'orcontrsc.U.
. ANDUEW TiOMAS.
April 80, W5, w3
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICK Is hereby given that a petition will
be presented to IhelJoniniixidoiiers of Vinton
County Ohio, at their next session, to b held on
tho first Monday of June, A. 1). lKM, proving
fortlitestiiblishniontof a County noodnlonii She
iollowinjrdenvriliod route in said County, to wit:
Di'iriniiiiilf nt or near a large white oak slump
iiljout lour roils math of the schmd-hoiise in kiiIi
Dlntrli t No. S, in Clinton Township, Vinton
imiity, Ohio, ut a point near the MoArthur and
H ilkosvillo road, running n noi'th-easterlv ill
""' tion llinniRli the lauds of Stephen Hulls aliout
20 tih to a hickory tree at or near the seotion
lino dividing the lands of Stephen Salts and
lands owned by Richard Tlmnis, theneo eajit on
or uoiir said section line.lhrmiKh the Inndu own
ed by HUiphon Salts and rtlchard Timms, ami
also through (lie hipd owned bv William Mar
tin, l'ahbk Craig, Nclnon llolTlilnos, (Soorito
Craift, rhllln Warner, Uanideii Furnace Compa
ny, and Daniel IIu.lL, to the Houth-enst corner of
section No. !l; Mioimw a north-easterly diroaion
tlirougli the landnof Frederick Kugland to tbo
t-puntv roud leading from tbo Jingle Furnace to
near a the
termi-
II UK.
MAJU X'KTlTlONlilW.
April 30th 1RT3,
-4t.
THE NEV DISCOVERY
In Cliwnkal end KedLisel BoUmee. I
Dr. E. F. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
OF
'-JL" eL JlTKj
FIR8T AND ONLY B0LTTTON vr miule
In one mixUrs of AM. THK TWKI.VI3
vslusblu sctivs princiiHili of ths wsU known
curative agent,
PINE TRUE TAB,'
TTNEQUALKD In Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Asthma, Iirouehltis, end consumption.
CURES WITHOUT FAIT.
A rsecnt cold In three to sis knnts ; end also. '
7T VJTALIHINO, rXJRIFYIN and STl'
MULATINO efffote upon ths general system,
ia remsrksbly ethnarinus In nil
niMEASEN Of THE IULOAD.
Including Scrotnla and Kruniions of ths skin,
llyspepsis, Diseasts of ths Lirsr and Kidneys,
UoartDiKase, and General JJebUiiy.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES I
ALSO, A
volatils Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, withont application of
HEAT. A remarkably V ALU A VLB discovery,
as the whole apparatus can bv carried in I ha vest
pocket, ready at any time for the most elleotual
and positivulysuruiivewaein
All Dleeaeoe ( th HOSE, THUOAT
and LUNGS.
TI1E COMPOUND
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
fir use in connection with the ELIXIR TAR,
la a combination of ths TWO oio.t valuable
XLTKHA'J'IVE Mulicinrs known in the I'ro-fl-Mim,
and render, this till withuut oziKptien
tho very l!t svur offcred.
The tJOLUTIUN und COMPOUND ELIXIR of
I7
Is without doubt tho Bost remedy known in
cases of
CHOLERA ARO YELLOW FEVER.
It is a Specific for such dls. .iics, and should be
kept in ths hoiuohiihl of every family, especially
during tho) luomhs In which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
an liable to prevail. A small quantity taken
dsily will prevent contracting these terrible
diaeusos.
Solution and Compound Elixir, $1.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation, tVOOpor Bos
Tar and Mandrake Fills, JOcts per box.
Send for Circular of POSITIVE CURES
to your Druggist, or to
L. T. HYDE & CO.,
SOLE fROPBIETOBS,
J 10 E. 2d St., Xetv York.
I TOO WAST TO OKT ALL TOTTB
8CBSOHB1 ron rn REAL ESTATE
REGISTER, rirrsBUBOB,PA. (Weely
40 Columns: tl.oo a roar). Sample oopy freo.
BveryManhisownPhysician!
CJi.VTX02T.
rpilK Immense demand for Ilsllnwsy's Tills and
JL ointment, hasnemptert unprlnelplcd parties to
counterfeit thsce valuable msdioinoi. In order to
protect the iinblln and onrnalvc. we have lasncd a
new'Tmde Mark," eonelHlliiBiif Kvypllan circle of e
serpent, with tin) letter II In the centre. Kvurybsx
of Hslloway's l'llls snd Ointinonla will 'hare this
trade mark on it: nuns are genuine without It.
N, Y. CnsmoAL Co.. Sole l'roprletora,
78 Mntdcn Lne.New Terk.
Jonn 1), I'aK, Olnoluuatl, Ohio, Hols Agent lor
thsblate. -ly
IN
CABINET ORGANS
annuincetlio Introduction of Improvemonts Of
much more thiin ordinary Intcront. Thoso ero
RKKU AND ril'KOABINRT OBOANB,
helnirtho nnlv successful combination of REAL
I'll'KH with reeils ever nuido.
IAY'8 TUANSH'OSINU KEY-BOARD,
which can be Instantly ninrod to tho right or
loft. olianKiiiK the pltr.li, or transposing tho key.
for Urawlngi nnd dMoriitiou, ess fircudir.
NEW A Nil KT.liflANT PTYLIW OF DOUBLE
RKKU OA 131 N ICT OKGA N8,
nt$M0. (i:)9 nnd tmeiich. Onnelilerlngt Cspsc
Ity, Kloganco, nnd Thorough Kxmdloimo of
Workmanship, theno are choupor tlniu any be
fore on cred.
The Mason anp ITammh Orgsnsnro dcltnowl
edged HKsT, nnd from extraordinary facilities
formantifacturo this Oompnny can sfTUrd, snd
now undortuke to toll at prices which render
thorn;
UNQUESTIONABLY OnEATEST.
FourOctnve Or'gani o0 eaohi flvo octavo or
gans 1100, 125 and upwards. With throe eels
reeds llftO end upwards. Forty stylos, up to
jlnOOeach. . . .,.,,,
Now Illustrstfld Cntalogno, nnd Testimonial
Circular, wlthouinlons of more than Ono Thou
sand Musicians, sent free.
MABOM HAMLTN ORflANOO..
I3i Tremont 8t., Boston. . MtfBroaUway, N.Y,
HEALTH AND BEAUTY!
Strong and Pure Rich
of Flesh
—Clear Skin and
Complexion,
SECURED TO ALL
RADWAY'S
RESOLVENT
n.A' Mi a nr.; TttK' most' astonikiikt
Cl'HKH. W) (JI'ICR. SO R ni) ARE
XIHO Cfl A Nli KS THK HODY IINDKR
tiOKH UNDKIt Till", INFMUNCK'
OF THIS TRULY WONDKIN
Wl. MEUIOIXB, THAT
Eocry Day an Increase of Flush and
H eight is seen ana Jtut,
Bcroriiin. consumption, Pphllls In Its
many forms, (Glandular bisensr, lllccrs
in the Tliront, Month; I'nmoi's, Noilos in tlie
(lands, and other parts of the svstem ; More
fcves, HtriiiuoiiH Iisihar;cM from the Kiirs:
Kriiptlvo DisenHes of (bo ICyes, Nose. Month,
and IhoformsolKkin Disonses; Eruptions Fe
ver Sores. Hi'itld Itaml. Illnir.uMr... m..ii m. .......
KryeipehM, Agno, Black Spots, Worms In the
fie1,'. Tumors, (.'iineers In the Womb, und all
neukcninir nnd Pnint'ul liieii
fiilrM.tfu ....Inll ttr....i ... . . .
....... ,,,, im inn i.no iTincinic,
are within tho Ciinulvo Kniiga ol lladway's
HnrNunarillian Ri)!udvni. uml aiw
will prove to nnv person using it for either of
the ii tiisonee us loicni power to cure
Not nnlv does (he MARftAPARir.t iv rc
SOLVKNTexi-el all known remedinl nu-.'.nlM in
the Cure of ( .'limnic. s, i..,i,i1.,m i.....;..,,w...
fikln nnd Syphiloid diseaaes, biit It istliconly
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Urlnnry nnd Womb WsenNes.firnvel, Diabetes
Dropsy, Incontinenco of Urine. Bright' Din
esse, Alliiiiiiiuuria. and in all cum.a u i,u,
there aro Brick Dust Deposit, or tbo wnlcr t
111 let. cloudy, mixed with stibstsiieoH like the
white ol nil egg, or threads like white silk, or
there isninorhid dink, liillmiu lllllliH .nun. n..l
whho hono-dust deposits, and where there is a
H; iMiriiiiij; sensnri and puin In the
.-.Minn ui nm uiick, niKi niong inn ijiins In nil
those comlillonN ItAllU'AV'S HiiMiin:
ill I.LI AN ItKHODVKNT, aided hv the applic.ii
lion of Hiuhnvv's If cud v K i-..li(.(' in
and Small of tie Back, and t he How els rcgula
led with one or two of Rndwuy's llcguliiting
l'llls nerday, will soon uitike n oomplnte curs.
In n few days thcfjllioiit will he aide to hold
ami disehnrge water natiirally without pain,
and tho Urine will I in roxtoriMl tn iiu ni,.,..i
clear and anilicr or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, hcitllhv and vigorous
blood, thnt fsrnlHlii.ii sound ufniftiifA
all sunoi'liig from Weakening Discharges,
euner mine or reniulo.nrlrniu i;ieers orHorcs
through tberepnratlvoii'0',essnr KAHWAY'H
SAUSAPAR1LIAN. aro arrested, and therup
wired organs honied.
OVAK1AN TlIMaiS ('TTRKD TCMOIt OF
T WKLVB YBARrt' flltOVVTlI CUltlil) BY RAD-
WAY'S liEtiOLVKNT.
IlKVEttl.v, Mass., Jule 18, IfWll.
Dlt. R.inWAV : I hitve hud OvhvIiib 1'mnor In
tho ovaries and bowels. All (ho iliKiiorssnid
"there was no help for lt. I tried everv thing
that was recommended, tint nothing helped inc.
I saw your Resolvent, nnd thought I jmHilil try
it, hut had no faith hi it. because I hinWtillcrcil
lor twelve year. 1 took six bottles of the Re
solvent, one box of Railway's Pills, ami used
(wo bottles or your ltaiuly Relief; und there Is
not a sign ofa tumor to lie seen or felt, and I
feel better, smnrtor, happier thttn I have for
twelvo years, 'i'bo worst tumor wiu in tho left
side of tho bowels, over tlio groin. I write this
tsyoii I'ot the buneUtol'olhors. Vou can pub
lish if
you eliooMi.
1ANNAII P. KNAI'l.
Kf1 Price Ono Dollni.
JEl.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Twenty Minutes
Not one hournftcr reading this ndverllscmcul
need nny ono sutler with pain.
KADWA TS READ Y 11 E LIEF
ISA CURE FOR KVKUY PA1M. IT WASTHE
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN 11EMBDY
That lnstantlystipstlieniost excruciating pnln
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS AND CURES
CONtiri-iTlONS,
Wlietber of tho Lungs, Stnmncli, Bowels, or
the glands mid organs, by ono iipplicntion.
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excruciating the
pain, tho HIIKUMATIU, Bod-ridden, Infirm.
Crippled, AcrvniiH. Nenrullo, or lirostruted
with disease, may sutler,
lladway's Rcndy Itclicf
u in. in irom inT vwitMTv uiHuvwt, Mrd
euw and comorl, and tills inedictiu', h(i rapM In
slop.iifr liHin. ran ba purchiihed Killv fonts
nor lkmio uinunost every ilruirirmtV nnrl ctmn
tl'V IMPVf'.llnnt'tl lltlll (111 111 iu.nlli.en( .....1
within one hour's dlstnnco of iilinosl every hub-
tUlllUil 111 Mil' IJIllll'O nillK'H.
MIR I'M A T1S.W AND NEVRAT.GfA.
kllEL'XA TSJf A A D SKVHALG1A.
If those who are now suffering ruin, no mat
ut wiiut i"u ciuisu uuiy lie, or ny wiint inline
It is culled If exlernnl, npplv Rauwav's
Kkadv Hki.ikk to the imrt of the body where
(lie pain Is present. If interim), drops, dilll-
ieii in wilier, nx a oriiiit. lietlior Criuniis
Bimsins, inllanimiitlon, (.ongostion, Asiatic
iinn-iii, i iiuiNHiiu rcver, iu most violent, ex
criiciatliigimd tort'iilng iinins will b stopped
ill from (Mio to I'weiity niliiiites.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHEIt'S
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instnnt Ense:
INFLAMMATION 1 IF THK KIDNKVrt.
INKLAMMATItiN Oc' TUB BLADDKR
INFLAMMATION OK THE HOWKLS. '
CONfiKHTlON OV THE I.tlNOS
SOUK THROAT, lIKI'U:i;LT BKKATIIINO,
rn 1.11 1 it i li-m ill TUB IlKAKT.
HYSTERICS. CROUP. Dll'HTIIKItlA. '
CATARRH, INFLUENZA.
TTP4 11 CT1C TniWIIImn.' '
NKUKALOIA, RHEUMATISM.
COLD, CII1LL9. AOUK CHILLS.
The application of the RKADY RKLIKK In
me part or pane win re tne iialn or ditllrultv
exists will ttllnrd enso nnd comfort, 20 (Imp's
In a half tumbler of water will, in a few mo
liients.ciiro ( 'rumps, Spusnis, Sour Stomach
'in i niirii, outh jioniiiirnu, jinrrncit, jivsen
tcry. Colic, Wind In the Bowels, und nil liitor
mil I'ains.
Travelers should nlwnvs carry a hotde ol
RADWAY'S RKL1KK wild them. A fewdmiie
in wiuer win pruveni sickness or pnlim from
cbnngo of water. It Is bettor than French
Brandy or Bitters ng astlimiliuit.
FEVER AIVDAIiUE.
FEVKR AND AOUK SOIfRKO.
i'KVKlt AND AOUK CURED
FOlt FIFTY CKNTH. '
There Is not a reined Inl ugent In (ho world
that will euro FKVER ANItAlil'r,
anil all other Malarious, Bilious, Henri, t, Ty
iiholil, Yellow und oilier Fevers (aided by
Itinlway's Pills.) so quick as lladway's Ready
Relief.
nsro oirs
Personneed surfer, bo they ever so much ex
posed to Fever and Ague, if thev will only take
HaiiWAY's Uiapy Rki.ikk. and keen their bim.
tltnnmtrttktaditiiit't 'ill. Hundreds In tlio
wesi, H iionavo iiiiuerio neen iloc.toringnt the
rnto of one and two hundred dollars turn rw
months' treatment are keeping themselves mid
fiuirllleR free from FKVKK unAAUUK. CHILIS
and FICVt'lt, lillKVMATlSM, Ao., for one or
two dollars a year, ient for Railway's Ready
iit'nei iinn ifiiowiiv'H i'uis (oonicoi.
The READY RKLIKF will Hflnrd inttunt tan
to M. Price mil v 60 cents per bottle,
n. ii noe iiiut every imme mis an jnnia
Rilhbor Stonnar. Hold ut nil Itnnrirlsla. Hint nl
l'r. Itiulwav's olllce. No. S2 Warren. cor. Churcli
Street, Now York.
Dlt. RAWAY'S PERFECT CUEA-
TIVE PILLS,
rjcnrxoTir tastki.kss,
Elofrnntly Coated, with Sweet Gnm.
PUUOU, KKGULATK, PURIKY, CLKAN8K AND
BlKH.nuiliii.iM.
Rdw77 Pills,
KOK THK OtlllK OP
ait. pisonPKitsorTiK .smvAcir, iivkr,
BOWKIH, HI.AUUKK. NKHVOVb
MSKAflK.1, IICAPACIK. COMTII'AriON
COSTIVKNKSiL irthlMiSTION, ItYKI'KI'MA
HIUOVSNKSS, HHlOV1 rSVKli, INFLAM
MATION OF Til n J'O WKLi rJLKX, SHU III! UO-
raugements of tho Internal Vlacern.
WarriHited to Kll'ectit 1'osltlveCure.
1'IIUKLY VKWKTAIILK.
00NTA1NINO NO ME1KUIKY. MINERALS OB
DKLJUEUIOUB DKUUB.
iwrohserve Iho followlns symptom rcstilt
ConstlpiiiiOldert of tbo Digestive Organs t
,lpu,,oidcrt of tbo Digestive i
In "on. Inward Piles, Kull
i, Hlho (lend, Aoldlty or th
't. i. ...... n v.u
Blood In . on, Inward Piles, Kullnoss of the
Nausea. TClio ilesd. Aoldlty of the HtomiU'li.
or Weightimrthurn, Disgust of Fonil, Kiillnoss
or tv wiKiumil I mi I n , .rir.iii.v r.n.,,, r iiiiuuno
Slnklirgor in the HUiiniu-h, Hour Kruclalions,
rilltl.l..',l. V.'W IVV. 1I.UD,1,.II,H.M,
Swimming of tho Head, Hurried and IHdlcult
llreuthing, Fluttering Rttho Heiirt, Choking or
Siilfoenllng Sensations when In a Lying Pos
ture. Dimness of Vision. lots or Welm before
the B a it. rover and mm J'nln In the Unnd.
Dellc.lonc.v of Porsiilriition. Yellowness of tho
Bkln nnd'Kyes, Pnln in tbo Ride. Client, Limbs,
ami (million riumioi ei iienv, jiurniug in me
r lesn.
A few doses ofRanwAVH Ptt.l will free tbo
systain from all thenliove-namod (Unorders.
Frloe xa Vantu rer Box.
No. 81 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Send nn letter stamp to RADWAY CO ,
no. 32 warren, cor. inurcu Biresr.. rsew ior
Information wot tli tnoutands will be tent yea.
av V
KIDNEY, BLADDER, Preserving Fruits.
In a letter from Cbai'lea
dtn (owner of the feuit djiyin
niacbi.aery which, wna rend
before' the hta librtiscujturni
meetiaig at Rochfsfciv he states
that a buRhef of applea wtjih,
fifty pounds; tb tU cost ofc
euttiug and prepai iiro; a bushel
for drying U about th'u-ty cents;
and that a bushel wiill yield
nine dried pounds, two jxnimk
of which are coves aBd skins,
which when dried find a ready
market at six ceats per pound
for making jelly without sugar
or boilinc a new i)Koda!t,
Ono bushel gives seven pounds
of good dried apples, which
sell readily fit twenty cents per
ponnej, makinjr. after di vintr.
f 1.32 per bushel of apples, with
cbres and parings. It will be
nnaersrood that toese diLed apx
plea aro greatly superior to
comiuou dried apples, made by
cAiiijBiire o weatner, fiies, etcs
Toinatoes, being very watery
yield only three pounds dried
per bushel, but two dried owuv
ces are Jound to be ennal in
substance to a one-quart can
and will make as much by ad
ding one quart of cold water
and stewing properly. The
evaporated tomato sells forsevt
enty-five cents per pound.
lenenes yieta seven pounda
frorp a bushel, ono pound of
which is sKins.
M. 1. Green. Em.. Vim
President of the Columbus &
Hocking Valley iload. reach.
ed the city last evening, hav-s
ing come from Columbus by
private conveyance for tho
purpose of examining the route
of the proposed Columbus &
Toledo Road. He was at
Delaware, Marion. Unnor San,
dusky, Carey, Find lay, and
Fostoria, and also met parties
representing Bowling Green.
iiirougnout tne distance, Mr.
G. found them wide-awake in
regard to tho matter of his vis
it, amVnot only ready to pro
mote his immediate object, but
to co-operate liberally in se
curing and building the road.
He will spend the day and to
morrow in Toledo, for the pur.
popo or conferring with our
citizebs in regard to the enter
prise in which ho is engaged,
in tvniuj purpose he wiJJ no
doubt rceoivo cordial coop
eration. It is not necessary
that we should hero discuss tho
importance of that road to To
ledo. Toledo Commercial of
April 20.
A mob stopped an east
bound train on the Missouri,
Kansas & Texas Kailrond, at
Gnnu City, in Cass County,
Mo., on tho 24th wit., and
murdered J. 11 CI ine, J. C.
Stevenson and S. E. Dutro.
btcvenson was a member of tho
County Court and Presiding
Judge when the recent bond
excitement was raised. Cline
was tho 'attorney who was iniN
plicated. Dutro was killed
simply because he was in the
company of the others. The
mob threatened to kill anyone
who hereafter identified either
of them, in court, or elsewhere,
and said they had just com
menced their work of murder.
Some of the mob were masked.
All had revolvers or shotguns.
There were about eeventv-tive
or one hundred men.
A Wnshincton correspon
dent says tho president has
pardoned a gambler named La
ai-uis, wno was recently sen
tenced to ono year's imprison
ment for keeping nn establish-
ment on Pennsylvania avenue,
near the ' National Hotel, and
his action has much discourag
ed tho municipial authorities
of Washington in their efforts
to break up the "hells," and
will, it i3 feared, cause tho
garablcra to resumo their occu
pation.
The Income tax is a prviner.
offensive, unequal, objectiona
ble tax. It is not felt bv tho
rieh, but is a severe burden on
men of small means. Tho
Scnato of the United States
favors its repeal by a vote of
nearly three to one. '
A Wisconsin man has somo
trees which protluco applet
without seed3 or core.
It will take fivo miles of bell
wire to supply the Grand Cen
tral Hotel at Saratoga.

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