PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
J. W. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
The House of Dan Will & Bro'b
Is represented in the "Queon City"
this week, by A. Will, of the firm,
who will Select a rich and hnndsomo
assortment of the very latest fash
ionable goods, which will exceed
all other lots they have hod on hand.
Pay them a visit the last of this
The House of Will & Co., a"t Za
Jeaki, Will be filled with another
stock of Goods this week, which
will bo sold at reduced prices.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
For Pure Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson's.
The wheat prospects have bright
ened within the past three weeks.
Tub avorngo salary of ft minister
in Denmark is a $150 u year, and in
this country, where politics are
preached, it requires from J500 to
85,000 for snlaries.
Jacoh Dump, of Kingston, has
patented a hub for buggy wheels.
The Mnriotta & Cincin nati Rail
road Co., have 900 freight cars on
on the road.
Egbert Bowen, one mile west of
Zaleski, has . a choice lot of Sweet
Potato Plants ready for delivery.
The grape" growers of Vinton
County are encouraged at the pros
pect of grapes.
It is said that Miss Ella Wolfe of
Lancaster, Ohio, has a lemon tree
on which are now 26 nearly ripe
lemons of extraordinary size.
R. U. Cole, of Dundus, in this
county, is now the bookxkeopor for
51oom Furnace Co., Scioto county.
Oitr. 3roung friend Des Martin, ?f
JlcAi tliur, Vinton County, was in
town to-day, (Thursday) on matri
monial affairs. Logan ticntinel,
J?ohekt MacLeod, Ibte formerly
Chief Engineer on the G-. McA. &
C. II. II'., is now Chief Engineer on
tlio Poineroy Kailroad.
The Auditors of the several coun
ties through which tlio Marietta &
Cincinnati llailroad passes, met in
Cineinniili last Friday, for the
pui'iose of appraising tlio company's
person. il property, to ascertain the
amount of tax to be levied for 1872.
W. W. Bolford, Auditor of Vinton
e.Minly, wai present.
A Balloon Passes Over McArthur.
Not even one. of the citizen
of McArthur noticed the huge
balloon that sailed over town,
on the west fide, about one
mile in height, between the
hours of 3 and 4 o'clock on Fri
day afternoon last. We did'nt
ktunv anything about it until
.we visited the Bfiughman
House, ntZ:de-ki, atl2M.,last
Saturday, where 'the dariiiii
young aeronaut, Prof. W. II.
Donaldson, was taking din
ner. Being introduced to h;m
by the landlord of the house,
lie informed ns that he took
his departure from the earth
at Portsmouth, at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon and landed
in the woods in the immediate
? " i XT nl i.
wiinri7 fir mm.- i v mi in i.ii in
t 1ms county, about 4 o clock,
theXpassage occupying about
twoS hours. The distance is
nbouifc76 miles. II is balloon
while id emending, struck a tree
and wiis badly toru. lie had
arrived &t Zaleski to take the
Mail TriVi n west for Ports
mouth. 'During the -voyage
he saw thi towns of Jackson,
llamden, kad MoArthur, pass
ing on the Vest side of all.
lie passed ower the M. & C. R.
R. east of tlie Richland Fur
nace Tunnel, V1iuly observing
the tunnel, lie gave us a de
scription of this town. Saw
men walking through Main
6treet, heard children at play,
etc. He called loudly to our
citizens while passing over, but
failed to attract anybody's at
tention. The Portsmouth Time3 of
last Saturday, thus speaks of
the ascension: ,v
1'rqp. Don Ai.DBON, the balloonist, marie a suo
cOiHl'ul ascension yesterday afternoon, about
o'clock, from the Lower Market apace iu the
Iiresenco of a largo coueoiirao of people. The
iiilloon aullcd oir In a northeasterly direction
and om dlHappeiirnd from tight amid the clouds.
The anuiiaut, u louu; an lie could be oeu, non
tlniicd to perforin tlie most daring leat upon
tliotupozo;0i-oipliif slnldenly and suspi'mllng
himself hy tho toes. Tlio crowd of spectators
were thrilled wltli horror at tho boldness and
aucliu-.lt y of his I'natn, while suspended In mkl
Kir, thousands of feet from the earth. ;
The Professor informed us
that he should make another
ascension one day this week,
if the weather would admit of
it. May be be successful on
all his jourueys to the uei
regions,! . ,
(Complete tMmortmemt of
DBS Ms, I'B (.mi:.
. At Martins9,
At very low pries! (Call at
tlie "People's M Corner
Wk were pleased meet our frlendi Capt.'8. C.
Gold, on Friday evening lost, who had Just re
turned with his fiimily from hit home In Sodalla
Mo. t'upt Gold formerly resided here, but dur
lug the puat five years he has been engaged In
the lumber business at that place. Ho looks
well, and la highly pleased with his western
Urgent! Everybody should re
mombor the importance of Dentiery,
both in saving the natural teeth,
or replucing them when lost. The
paying character of the investment
a trifling outlay securing a result
so momcntus in its bearings on
LhnppinosB, for which are all our en
deavors. Now is tho time to take
care of your teeth. Read the ad
vertisement in the this paper of Dr.
S. T. Boj'gces, Dontist, Jackson.
Go and see him.
HENRIE HOUSE, CINCINNATI.
This Is emphatically anion? the best public
houses in Cincinnati; and no one of our Linton
county friends having occasion to visit the city
should not fail to give it a trial. During mo ios
slon of tho National Liberal Convention It was
our stopping place. The now proprietors, It. 1$,
WiUun and Duncan Shaw, have elegantly fur
nished It throughout, everything being in ilrst
rl:iss style. Tlio ('leaks, J. U. Connelly and II.
C. Wilson, are nlwnya in the best humor and
will see thot you are well cared for. The local
cullty of this house, Third Street, between Main
and Sycamore, renders it a convenient stopping
place for, persons on business or In search of
health. Terms lower than elsewhere.
A Splendid Business.
The M. & C. Railroad is rapidly
irrowing into quo of tho greatest
freight roads in the country. Its
incroaso of business during tho past
two or three years lias been un
precedented, ard it has nowmel
l that point where its capacity
is strained to tho utmost. Un Mon
day evening, what wo believe Rail
roaders term n convoy came in from
tho East, consisting of 230 cars and
1(5 engines. Chillicothe Advertiser.
On Thursday, last, four' locomo
tives wero ordered from the cast,
to tho west end to escort a convoy
from Cincinnati to Parkei-Mburg'
Tho four locomotives made good
time in passing through . Vinton
county about noon of that, day.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's Drug Vtor.
WHERE TO EMIGRATE!
We answer, go to the Soutliweat Missouri,
lieoiiuse tlio Atlantic & PacWo Railroad Co.
oirnr'l.atlO.000 Acres of Iiund to actual Bottlers,
lit low price ou longcredit, besides furnishing
free transportation over tliolrroad to -purchasers;
this road extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vinitia, Indian Territory, Is being
(nulled rapidly to Its destination, tlio Paul Ho
Coast; will bo one of tho trunk lines of the
country, never blockaded by snow tho lands
along the road ure In a rich fertile country, ns
productive an uny in thcStutc; the cllmato com
bines all tlio advantages of northern nnil south
ern latitudes; good climate, soil, health, water,
limber, grazing, fruits and flowers, lavlto you
toKo to tills region. Kor further In format Ion
address A TUCK, I-and Com'r, B23 Wnlnut
Street, Bi. Louts, Mo. Il ly
Court of Common Pleas.
This Court convened on Monday,
May 6, 1872, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Hon. W. K. Hastings, Judge.
C. W. Holland, Clerk; A. R.
Lantz, Afeajfltant Clork.
Daniel Booth, Sheriff; A. L.
Hunter, Deputy Sheriff.
U. S. Claypoole, Prosecuting At
The names ot the Grand Jurors
wore then called by the Clerk:
Holdon Tripp, Henry Teters,
Snmuol Camp, J. P. Sain, Henry
Huhn, A. H. Turvey, Daniel Gafts
ney, Ephriam Bobbins, Silas Smith,
D. -B. Dye, A. G- Elliott, John It.
Miller, answered to their nnmoa ns
Grand Jurors; the three other gens
tlemon who had been summoned to
appear; not being present, the pan.
nel was filled by calling Jonathan
Pierce, H. A. Thompson, and H. P.
Ambrose A. G. Elliott, Esq., was
appointed Foreman of the Grand
The work of the Grand Jury wub
completed on Tuesday afternoon
Muy 7. Only one Indictment was
found being for assault and bat
Are You Going West?
If no, take onr advice, and purchase yourtlck
etu over the old reliable and popular Mlsourl
Pacific Railroad1 whluh la, positively, tlio only
Line that runs three Daily Kxprosa Trains from
Bt. Louis to Kansas Olty, and the Went! and Is
positively, tlie only Line whloli runs l'ullnian'i
for movors) equipped with Miller's gaiety I'lut
ruiaco meopcrs ami uny (xiavnos (eNpouciniiv
form and the patent Sleani Ilrnko, from St. Louis
to Kansas City, Fort Boolt, ParHens, Iwrence,
Leavenworth. AtciiiHon,c. .josmiii, Naoraaka.
CMty Council mulls and Omaha, withontoliangol
For Information In regard to Time Tables, rates
rnlorabo, Texas or Calllfornla, call on oraddreas
p II Thomson, A gent Missouri Paolfio B,B. Ool
lit rtnilui.. Ohio; or, K. A. Kurd, General Passenger
Ajtim.m. Miiiia, mo
,Ni UiniliU to answer n,uestioDSl
O. T.'Gunnino has just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drags, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
cry, &c, to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building, one door
west of Gilman, Ward k Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, where he will be
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohim their patronage.
His New lioom is really tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supply of
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and tho
liA'e equal to any other establishment
in tho country.
lie fills presciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers ".treason
able rates. If you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this one.
Free of Charge. Call and get
a sample bottle of Dr Bosehce's Ger
rau n Syru p,ra? of charge, at Strong's
or Sisson's Drug Store, McArthur,
or of TH11 A Co., Zaleski. It hns
lately been introduced in thiscoun
try from Germany and for any per
son suffering with a severe cough,
cod settled on tho breast, consump
tion or any diseasoof the throatand
ungs it has no equaiin tho word.--Reguur
sizo bottos 75 cts. In nil
cases money will be promptly re
turned if perfect satisfaction is not
given. Two doses will reieve any
case. Try it.
The engineers aie now surveying
a railroad lino between Athens and
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas,
Advcrtisoing alone docs not pro
duce success. Tho thing which is
advertised must have intrinstic
merit, or elso largo advertising will
do it more harm than good. If you
havo anything which you know to
bo good, advertise it thoroughly,
and you will be sure to succeed; if
it is poor, don't praise It, for peo
ple will soon discover you are lying.
Such is the policy of the Burling
ton .Route, which runs to three
great regions in the West: 1st, To
Omaha, connecting with the great
Pacific Eoads. 2d, To Lincoln, the
capital of Nebraska, and, all that
boautiful region south of tho Platte,
filled with llailroad lands and home
steads. 3d, To St. Joseph, Kansas
City and all Kansas points.
Tho roads are splendidly built,
have tho best bridges, finest cars,
the Miller platform nod coupler,
and tho safety air brake (to prevent
the loss of life that is everywhere
elso hoppening); Pullman's sleepers,
Pullman dining cars, large and
Eioworful engines (to make quick
imo and connections), and aro in a
word the best equipped roads in the
West. So that If you doBire to go
safoly, surely, quickly and comfort
ably to any point in Southern Iowa,
Nebraska, Kansas, or on the Pacific
Roads, be sure that you go "By
Way ot burllngton.
All who wish particular informa
tion, and a large map, ohowing
correctly the Groot West, and all
railroad connections, can obtain
them, and any othor knowledge, by
addressing Genoral Passenger
Agent, H. & Mo, li. ll. it., ouritng
California. Holloway's Pills.
Armed with this great anti
dote, the fiery ordeal is passed
through and the fiufferer ouce
more restored to the possession
of unimpaired health. These
Pills are equally efficacious in
all .female complaints, and ob
structions at the dawn of wo
manhood. Sold everywhere.
25 cents per byx or pot.
PLATFORM OF PRINCIPLES
ADOPTED AT THE
National Reunion and Reform
CINCINNATI, MAY 1, 1872.
SaoUmd, 1. That wo, na linleinilmit cHlxena,
dlareffunling fbrmor polltii'il ftiUllutlons, and
luylnir miilo all mure partiaan ircJnlioea, now
demand, with oqiml umnK' fr nil, complete
aiuneatv fornll. We ilei:mJ a nwarty una un
resoiWd acquiencenr In tlio tonalltutinu an It
standa todav, acnoptiug all the aimmdiiKMita lu
their tnieelKniflcunco. Wedomaiid oqtiul civil
and political righta for every clliwn, and com
plete protection in the enjoyment of these right.
a. That local aelf-iroveniim'iit, with Iniiiartliil
auflrKe, will guard tho right of all cltixoii
moroaecnrelyllian any centi-iiHued authority;
and we alllrm our belief that tlmt people la best
governed which la governed the least. We
therefore domend tor the individual the Urgent
liberty connlstcnt with piihllo order. We de
mand for the Stiito self-government, and for the
Nation a return to the motnotlii of peace, and
tho constitutional limitation of )6wer.
8. That we are opposed to the employment of
Government pntronage for party purpose. We
protest agnlnst the use of public oiHiw to reward
political friends or punbh wlitlcul cnemlca.
We are In favor of the adoption of a thorough
apatem of civil service reform, ami we demand
a return to the earlv practice unilnr our Uov
ernmont of appointing men to nilico on tho
ground of their fltnem only, and of contiuuiiig
them while thev aro honest and ofllcient.
4. That weafllrni that no form of taxation Is
Inst or wise which puts burdens npon tlio people
by means of duties Intended to Increase the price
of domestic products, and which are unnecessa
ry for tho purpose of revenue.
We further alllrm that gold and sllvor aro the
onlv sound and safe basis of currencies, we
therefore domnnd a thorough revision and re
form of tho prosont Iniquitous tariff and a spce
dv return to a specie standard for the currency
of the people.
5. That undue devotion tn party hns already
greatly damaged the Republic, and wc now en
gage ourselves to discourage in every possible
wav the dcsnntlsm of narur organization and
tlie abject submission or voters to the dictate of
Sany pouticiaua. istainlinf pnrues are not less
ungerou to liberty than standing armies.
This Convention refused V1 support tho nom
inees of the National Liberal Republican Con
vention, and adjounrncdtv'fhoiit making a nom,
"How are you Horace Greeley,
does you mother linow you'r out."
Who does not love lee Crenm ?
G. W. Pearce haa fitted up a fine
Saloon and is now prepared to fur
nish everybody with the most deli
cious Ice Cream, Families supplied
by the pint, quart, or gallon, at very
low prices. Gentlemen, ladies, ev
ery body, pay his saloon a visit I
Tub Pickaway county peo
ple will on tho 27th of July
vote for or against levying a
tax for building the Fanners &
Miners' Railroad ami the Scio
to Valley Railroad. Commit
tees are at work, and a state
ment of the amount of taxes
necessary, and the bei efits to
accrue from the mail, will lie
laid before the people. Onr
neighbors surely in can business.
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP,
'The Best Pump in the World.'
fVR Agent report over ITOI.OOO worth of
r propci'ty.euvcu rnimlr Ire nils ; ear liy llirne
pumps, being the must powerlul force-pumps
111 the Worlil, as well aa Non-l recitliig.
Set) October number, pogo aittt, ulsn the Pree
mluin I.I st, page 8!I3 fllio Am. Agriculturist.
This paper never deceives X,is. inrmrra. Sc.
notice in February niiniU'or. pngo ft 'Trv one.
If It don't do tho work claimed; mmiI It back And
?;et yourniMiiuy, as we warrant mir puniis to
o do nil we claim foi'tliem on our clri'iilai-s.
Send forclrcularsor onlcr i the Bridgeport
M'f'g Co., No 55 Cliamliera St , New York.
An oroVr for nine So I I'limps secure un ex
clusive town agency. , N' U-tl'.
BUY THE BEST.
Tho I3LIAS HOWE, Jr.
FAMILY & M AMKACTUKJNCJ
SE WING MA C II 1NE S
HA VE BKKM
A SO AKB
UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST.
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dayton, Wllminqton
Chllllcotlie, I'oi'tum' uih mid Ironton, Onto:
Maytvllle, Covina;t n and Lexington, Ky,
J. C. VAN DUZER,
A lnrgo (juontlty of
SWEET POTATO FLAIVTS,
Of the Yellow and Red Naimomond variety,
la aamooth yellow variety, well adapted to
the Northern Climate.
The price of Plant thla anrlng will be sno
ror (1 00, $S 60 per 1000, IllC per 600), (M OO
perlO.OoO. Cabbage PlanW.H.OO per 100, 17. 6U
PlunU will be ..
Packed in Damp Monn.
In ordering. gv ri.AlN DIRECTIONS for
abipmuut mid P. O. Atiareao.
Addreii all order to
DR. A. L. WOOD, .
I ROM FURNACK,
Scioto Co., O.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
Duponco's Golden Pills,
Infallible in Correcting Irregularities,
There is not a Lady Living
Bnt wliat at omo nerlnd of her life will And
tho nUl'ONCO UOI.DKN PILIXJuat the nied
Iciuo ahe noeda,
For Nervoua Debility. Headaolia Faint-Hi-,
ThAM aro tho only pill ever Vnown that will
cure In every cbho. Motlin-a thl to the uroat.
out blowing everolTVrcd you, and rou alvoulil
Immodlntlv procuro tlieHO 1111a. I'hoy uovor
fall, and may bodo)inded nt"i " ovory cane
whora the monthly flow h been oorructod
through cold or Ulioaao,
are pnt np (n (WHITE) 110XE8, and nnonench
box you will And tho word IllU'O-NOO's OOL.
DKN PEUIOUIOAI. P1LIA In wbltfl lottonf.
Wlthoul that None ahi Onnuihi.
Full and oxplielt diif ctlona aiicompanv nnch
box, Prloetl OOiierbox, lis boiea fS.OO. Bold
by one drugglat In evory town, vlllane. olty,
and hamlet Throughout the world. Sold by O.
W . 8I8SON, Druggist, Sola Agent for MoArthur,
LADIES f By aendtng m II to tho Poat Of
floe, ran havo the Pllla lent by mail, to any
part of the country, fre of poitago.
S. D. HOWE,
lle proprietor, New York,
LOOK HERE EVERY
LOOK HERE EVERY BODY!
Cam, at Ghmmino' drb BTon, In vrill'a
Building, mid auo those Fine Oil pHibllnm.
l.hrouuai, rhotoffrajdia, Plain and Urforwl Lith
ograph, which are for aula very cbeau. They
are so beautiful I
Employment for a Lady.
young ludy desiring to learn
to Bot type and to lenrn to bo useful
generally about a printing office,
can have a situation ut tliis offce.
Any person wishing to purchase
a good post-hoto borer should call
at this offico, and soo the best.
ForAyer'a Medicines, go toG.
Papers for Sale.
The following papers and maga
zines will bo sold very cheap at this
The Western Tlural, weekly,
New York Weekly Witness,
Home Journal, weekly,
Pittsburg lioal Eatato Register,
American Artizan, weekly,
New World, weekly temperance
Country Gentleman, weekly,
The Household, monthly,
Wood's Household Maguz i n e ,
Littell's Living Age, weekly.
Vanderhuilt, tli railroad
king, goes for Granr, and was
one of tlie Vice Presidents of
the Now York meeting. The
reason why? The President,
though Commissioner Pleasan
ton interfered to delay. the col
lection of over a million dollars
of Government tax upon the
New York Central railroad's
watered stock. The tax has
not leen collected yet. Cor
nelius owns the New York
THE NEW DISCOVERY
lu Chemical and Medical Bofenoa.
Dr. E. F. GATlVin'S
SOLUTION & C0MP0U1ID ELIXIR
FTRST AVD OXf.Y BOI.TTTOS rr.r mrula
III one lilixnn. of ALL 'i'HK TWKIVE
valuabli- aclivj jirincipila of the well known
TTN EQUALED In Cougha, Colda, Catarrh,
Aatlimt, Uroacliius, Old conanniption.
CURES AVIXIIOTiT FAir,
A recent cold In throe to ix houra ; and lno.
7,XU VITALISING, PURTFYINO and BTl'
JJULATIN(i elleeta upon the Keneral ayatem,
la remnrkablv effiracioua in all
DISEASES OF THE BI.OOD.
Including bcrotula and Eruntiona of tliaakfn,
Dyspepsia, Diiwiims of the Liver and Xidneya,
Heart Uiseaae, and General Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES I
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, witbont application of
HEAT. A remarkably VALUAULB discovery,
aa the whola appiratua can beearried inlhe veal
pocket, roadvut any time fur tkameatatlettual
ami positively tura'ive use in
All Dlacaaca of tho NOSE, TIIROAT
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
fir uae In connection with the ELIXIR TAR,
ia a combination of the TWO moat valuable
ALTERATIVE Medicines known ia the Pro
faarion. and renders this Pill without exoeptien
the very best ever offered.
The HOLUTION ud COMPOUND ELIXIR of
'IL1 . A. JoKf
ia wlihout doubt the Seat remedy knows ia
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
Itiaaflperiflcforsuchdiasaera, and should be
kopt in tlie household of overy family, especially
during those moutha in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to prevail. A email quantity taktn
dully will pravont contracting theaa terrible
Solution and Compound Elixir, (1.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation, ll.OOptn Box
Tar and Mandrake Pilla, oOota per box.
Send for Circular of POSITIVE CURES
to your Druggist, or to
L. F. HYDE & CO.,
BOLB S KOPHIETOBS,
110 E. 22d St,., Hew l'ork.
It ror waht to an ALL tottb
Bubscxibi roa raa REAL ESTATE
REGISTER, riTTBBUBOH.PA. ( VTeeatlyi
40 Columns: ti.oo a year). Bumple oopy free,
EVERYMAN HIS 0WNPn7SlCIAN!
mnff. Iiuvmim demand f-if Halloway Pills and
J. (Hutment, liaa usmpted nnirrlnelpled pertiea to
counterfeit lhaee valuable madioiiies. In order to
proteet the publlo and ourselves, we bate laaaud
uiv.i Uark e Minalstlninf Esmtlao eh-ole of
aerpant, with the letter H In the eenlre. Bvarybox
of llallowayHi Pills and Ointments will 'have tkia
trade mark on It; none are genuine wiinoni it,
m V nn.uini, (V, Hn1 Pronrintora
' ' 18 VhMcb LsnevNew York
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crease of Flesh
—Clear Skin and Beautiful
SECURED TO ALL
IIAS MADB THE MOST AKTON TRIllY
CURES. HO QUICK, HO RAPI1 ARE
TUB CHANOKS THK BOIV UNriKB
(iOm USDKIt TIIK INFLUKNCE
OK THIS TRULY" WONhKR.
FUL MBD1CISK, THAT
Eoery Day an Increase of Mmh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
Porofiila, CoTIKiimiilion. finliII In Ita
many forms, (i)iindiilnr l)l. l'lru
In the Tliroiit. Mouth:
.h. 1.1. . .u n. . . ..
(.lnncla,nnil other pnrta of (lie avatom; Hnre
Kvoa. Rtramoim l)lsohiirea frprii the Eni:
Kruptlv DiaBiiROK of the Uvea, Noae. Mouth.
ttnUlhofonnaofHIiln Ileuaoi Krnptlona, fe
ver Sore,8cultl llea.l, King-worm, fliilt Uhmim
Eryslpelaa. Aipie, Hlank Bpou, Worma In the
Hdsli.Tiiniom. ('Kn.'cr In the Womb, and Ml
Weakening and Pninful niariiaraTn: Klelit
Sweat nnrl nil Wate of the Life Principle,
are within the Cuiailve Itunire ol Kmlwav'a
SiirRiipurllllnii Iiiisolvont. nnd afewdnva' iiu
will prove to am- iwraon imins: it for either of
uicne lorina oi aiacuae Hi potent power to cun
u',.0."'; doC8.th0. ?AUSA PAMI I.MAN RK
SOLV r excel nil known ri nicdiiil aventa In
the Cure of ( lironlo, Bcrofnloiia, Conatitiitlnii.
Skin and Syphiloid dlaeasea, hut it i the only
positive remedy for
Urinary and Woinh DIschMos. Orarel, Dinbpfea
Oroptiy, Incontinence of Urine, Bright' Ilia'
eaae, Alliumlnitria, and in all cintea whore
there ore Brick IJnat Depoaita, or the watir la
thick, cloudy, mixed with aiibatmicea like the
white ol an egg or threads like white Bilk, or
there Is amorbld dark. blliouH apnearancu. and
white bone-dtikt depuaita. and where tlmre la a
pricking, burning eenaatlon, and imin In, the
Small ot the Hiick, and along tho LoIiir. In all
thea; condltlona RAHWAY'S B A RHA PA
HI 1.1,1 AN REMODVENT, aided bv the applica
tion of Railway's R!ady Relief to the Hplne
and Smiill of tho Back, and the RoweU regula
ted with one or two of Radway'a Regulating
Pillanordiiy, will oon muke a completo cuia.
Ina few dnya tho patient will be able to hold
and dlachnrge wator naturally without pain,
and the Urine will be roatorvd to ita natural
clear and amber or iliorrv color.
THE WASTE OF THE JIODY
Are annulled with niw. houiti.v .....i .in
hlood, that furnishes aonnd atrnctiire, Ipiicc
all aufrcring from Weiikenlng Dlixjiargea,
either Male or rcmiilo, or from Ulcera orSorcH,
through the reimnitlve proceRsof RAPWAY'8
QARHAPARII.lAN.arearreated.and the rup
tured or if linn hiii led. r
WVAKIAN TUMOR CURED TUMOR OF
rwr.L. r. i rakiv mkuwtu CUItKD BT RAD'
W AY'S RESOI.V ENT.
IIKverlv. Mihs.. Jnlv id im;o
DR. RaDway i I Imvu had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovaries and bowela. ill the doctora said
"there was no liolp for it." I tried every thing
, iu pt ic-iMiiiiiuiiiitTu, inn. iiuiumir neiped me.
laawyour Reaolvont, and thought I would trv
It, bid had no faith in It. because I had milTered
for twelve yeara . I took six IwtMea of the Ro-
suivciifa, one nox oi Kaowar'a ruw, and used
two bottles of your Ready Relief; and there ia
not aslgn of a tumor to l aeen or felt, and I
feel bettor, amartor, happier than I have for
twelve years. The womI tumor wus In tho loft
a:uooi me ooweia, over tlie groin. I write thla
ta you foi the benefit of others. You can pub
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
Price One Dollar.
RADWAY'8 HEADY BELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Not one hour after rending this advertisement
need any one aullcr with pain.
RAD WA TS HEADY RELIEF
18 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. ITWA3THK
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops the most excruciating puin
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS a.VD CURES
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or
iiiBKiuuiis anaoriruns, uy one application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter how violent or excriii iiitina: the
pain, the RHEUMATIC, lled-riiblen. Intlrm,
Crippled, Ncrvoua. Ncurulglo, or prostrated
wun uisoaae, may sutler,
lladway's Heady Relief
Will. Ill from ONE TO TWKHTV MIKIITKu nff,-H
soaa and comfort, mid thla nivillcine, so rapid In
por uottie ut. almost every UrUKKist'a and coun
whj,1us puin, own m iurr.mi9on rntv cents
try merchant's store on this continent, and
within one hour's distance of almost. hui..
iUition in the United 8tntis.
HRKUiiATlSif AND XKlMALOfA.
RHEUMATISM AND XSVUALOIA.
If those who are now suffering Pain, no mat
ter what the rnusemny be, or bv what name
is csiien ii extornni, apply Kadway's
adyRki.ikf to tlie nurt of t h 11 llmlv lihopii
iiiu puui in I'rrauiiu Jtl lllierilHl, urops, ItUU-
ia in water, as a onuk. W hether Cramps,
insms, Inflammation. Congontimi, Asiatio
liolera. Cliilla nnd Fever, tha moat vlnlct
eruclatlnjfiind tortui lug pains will be stopped
in from one to twenty minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
EADWAY'S READY EEIIEE
Will Afford Instant. Pni.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNKY8
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF TIIK BOWELS, s
CONGESTION OF THE LDNOS.
SOKK Til BOAT, DIFKIt:ULT URKATIIINO.
I'ALPITATION Or THE HEART.
IIY8TKRIC8, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
I A I AK1U1, INFLUENZA,
COLD, CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
Tlieapiilivatioiiof the READY RELIEF to
the purt or purls whtre tlie pain or tlilllcultv
exists will afford eaae nnd comfort. 20 (iron's
in a half tumbler nf water will, ina few mo
ments, cure Crnmpa, Bpasina. Sour Stomach,
riiMinmirn, oica iieimucnu, iiiurruea, ovsen
tery. Colic, Wind In the Dowels, nnd all Inter
Travelers ahonld alwnvs enrrv a hottln nl
IWDWAV'fl KKL1EF with thorn. A fewdrops
in watorwlll prevent sickness or Bain from
change of water. It is better than French
uraiuiy or Hitters ss a BMmiuant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGTJB 8CIIRE1).
FEVER ANI AGUE CURED
FOR FIFTY CENTM.
There Is not remedial airent in the world
thutwlllenre FEVER AND AGUr ,
and all other Malarious, Billoua, Scarbt, Ty-
ihoid, Yellow and other Fevera (aided by
tadwuy'sPilU.lso quick as Railway's Ready
Person need au irur.be they oyer so much ex
posed to Fever and Ague, if thev will only take
Kadway's RkahyIUliek, and keep tholrbow
; open with Badvxty'i I'illi. IIuiKlreils In the
west, wno nave nimorw neen aocioriniat me
rate of one and two hundred dollars forts few
months' treatment nro keeping themselves and
families free from FKVKR and A GUK, CllILLS
and FEVflt, S11SUAIAT1SX, &o., for one or
two dollars ayear, spent for Railway's Ready
Relief und Kndway'N Pills (coated).
The READY RELIEF will afford instaal east
to aU. Price only Gu cents per bottle,
N. B. Hoe that every bottle has an India
Rubber Stopper. Bold ot all Druggists, and at
I'r. Hivdway's ofllce, No. 82 Warren, cor. Church
gtrect, New York.
SR. EADWAY'S PERFECT CUSA
Elennntly Coated with Sweet Gam,
PUKGK, REGULATE. PURIr-Y, CLEANSE AND
for tmk ctrrnt or
att 9tcntvia i Titr irTi ic j nit rrvrs
BOWEL KIDNEYS, LADDER, NERVOVs
DISEASES, II E A DA CUB, CONSTIPATION
COHTIVESESS, INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA
BILIOUSNESS. BILIOVS tK VKR. INF LAX-
MA TI0N Of TUB ROWELS, PILES, and all de
rangements or tne internal v mcera.
Warranted to Effect a PoaittveCura.
CONTAININO NO MERCURY. MINIRALS OR
anrobserve the following symptom! result
t'onstlpa,Ordoriiof the Digestive Orgatm t
Blood In . on, Inward Piles, Kullneas of the
Nnumia, H'ho Hesd, Acidity of the Rtomach,
or WelKlitonrthurn, tllnguat of Fond, Fullness
Slnkingor In the Stomach, Hour Eructations,
Fluttering at the Pit of IheBtoiiiach.
Swimming df the Head, Hurried nnd Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Hiiirracnltnr Hnnantionl when In Lying Pos-
turo, Dlmneasof Vision, Dota or Webs before
the Hight, Fever and Dull Pain In tha Head,
Dellolency of Perspiration, Yollownoss of the
sain ann r.yes, rum m k,..,,. vhw uiumh,
and Buddoa flushes f Heat, Barnlnf in the
F A."ieir dosos of RaIiwaY'S Pit.ts will fr the
system from all the ahovfl-nnmea disorders.
Frio 25 Cent Per Box.
SAD-WAY & CO.
N. 8l MtdaL.fle, K. T.
EEADFA1SE AITD TRtJE,
lend one letter stamp to RADVf AY A CO.,
No. 82 Wafren, cor. Church Street. New York.
Information worth thousands will be lent yon,
How Grant Has Disgraced
' Tlie cable takes'-pains fo fff
foi m iis f hat the LoihTotv TimfS
is in favor of the re-election or
Umnt. Tlint most be a prec
ious piecH of conaoj.ition for
Grrtiit. Everybody BPes
tlirooo:Ii the English partiality
for Grunt's Administration :
the English government has
beaten ours in the Alabama
game beaten it. badly, and, as
a consequence, brought humil
iation upon the nation in an
unprecedented and intolerable
degree. The only way out or
the difficulty which the gov
ernment, through the stupidity
of the executive and his man
Fish, et al., hns got into, is to
abjectly quail before the thea
trical roar of the British lion,
ritrip onr "case," at the peremp
tory demand of John Bull, of
iu vry ttiihtttiite, mid meekly
do just pxactly w hat the BiiN
ieh government tells us to do.
That is the long and short of
the dilemma which our high
toned and intelligent adminis
tration has brought the coun
try into. The depth of thU
slough of idiotcy was neorly
reached when Grant called to
gether the committee, and
through them, the people all
know that the Administration
was of Eueh a low grade of in
tellect, wa so utterly void of
statesmanship, and grasp of
viewy that it had actually led
the country into a situation
from which it could only em
erge by confessing itself a fool
to the leading foreign nations !
Grant has never so palpably
demonstrated his unfitness for
the place he occupies, and the
contemptible inferiority of his
Administration was never
made so apparent, as in the
latter phase of tne Alabama
question. It is almost enough
to make one ashamed that he
is an American citizen.
B. Gratz Brown received a
complimentary serenade at
Jefferson City last night, nnd
acknowledged the same by a
vigorous speech. He took oc
casion to set at rest the stories
which are floating around in
relation to the bad feeling en
gendered between h'unself and
Senator Schurz dnrincr the
Convention, lie assures the
country that the doughty
Senator will be found at the
front, supporting the Greeley
and Biown ticket, from now
until November. This is grat
ifying in tha extreme.
The Governor, on the 29tb,
appointed J. R. Cockeril, of
West Union; D. A. Russell, of
Pomeroy, and 11. L. Nye, of
Marietta, as commissioners for
re-separation and classifica
tion of the Morgan raid claims,
under a law recently enacted,
so tnat claims ror damages
done by the raiders may be
seperated from those done by
the Union forces.
How to Plant Corn for
"Wiieu persons wish early
corn, iusead of planting while
the ground is cold (and getting
little yellow shoots), should
wait until the ground is warm,
and then soak the corn in wa
ter and soot.
By proaeeding in this way,
you will gain at least teu days
in time, ana nave more vigor
ous shoots; besides the com
will not be bo liable to be at
tacked bv moles or grubs.
Even in the general crop this
is a good plan to pursue, as it
saves time in replauting. I
speak from experience. Ex.
A curious case tinder the
new Ohio liquor law haa just
been tried in Monroe county,
Otiio. A woman recovered
$600 damages from a Baloon
keeper whom she had sued tor
having sold liquor to her hus
band at divers times during
the last twelve months. No
proof was brought that her
husband had been seen to
drink any liquor in the saloon;
and the defendant swore that
he had not sold nor given
him a drop during the time
specified. Bat the man had
been seen driuk in the saloon
frequently, and this the jury
appeared to think was all the
evidence required to prove that
he mnst have obtained bis
liquor there. Consequently the
saloon keeper had to suffer for
permitting him to enter his
premises. w , .
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