L .., i. sua f Midu Stroot. fcuMt f
4T! mrt llouso.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,------May 22, 1872.
The Grant Convention.
The U.s-loss Grant Conven
tiou is to Lc held in Philadel
phia on the 5th of June. As
there were fifty dentha from
email pox in that city last
week, we would advice the He
publicans of Vinton county who
intend to visit that Convention
to get vaccinated before they
start, especially with the Gree
ley vaccine matter.
"We regret to state that our
dear friend, F. Montgomery,
of the Logan Republican, will
probably be taken to the Lu
natic Asylum long before the
campaign opens in earnest.
The nomination of Greeley was
more than Lis already cracked
brain could stand. Poor Mont
gomery ! pity he didn't go,
while a little bit of a boy, "to
be an angel and with the an
Organization of the Democracy.
Tha T)omocraev of tho Board
District, in Clinton Township, its-
pombled at tho Board School llouso,
on Saturday, May 4th, 1872, for the
purpose of organizing for tho cam
On motion, D. It. IIaix was called
ta tho Chair and Geoiioe Hunteu
was appointed Secretary.
Tho ohioct ot tho meeting was
stated by tho Chairman, when, on
motion tho lb owinr oflicors were
elected for tho campaign:
Chairman LaFayktte Ward,
Secretary George Hunter.
. On motion, tho meeting adjourn
cd until Saturday, May 17th, 1872
D. R. HALL, Chairman,
GEORGE HUNTER, Sec'y.
It will be seen by referring
to the proceedings of the- Na
tional Democratic Committee,
to be found on the first page of
this paper, that the National
Democratic Convention will be
held in Baltimore, on tha 9th
otduiy. lhe basu ot repre
resent; tion is double the num
ber of Senators aud Represen
tatives in Congress under the
apportionment of the census o
1870. Each Congressional dis
tnct will be entitled to two
It is to be hoped that Cree
ley will reconstruct the whole
There a few carpet-baggers
ot Hie olhce-grabbing breed in
Virginia. A Petersburg paper
illustrates me Tact as toiiows
it k ... n r i
man irom jiaino nas our
rost-omce ; a v crmont man
represents u in Congress; a
tt'llov from i ennsylvania is our
Street Commissioner; our Com
missioner of Revenue is a Mas'
eaehusetta man ; a fellow from
Philadelphia is Jailer; the
Chief of Police is a Pennsylva
nia!); two negroes represent us
in the Legislature; a Maine
man represents us in the Sen
The readers will remember
that a short paragraph appear
eu in mis paper, auout three
weeks ago, credited to the
"West Union Defender, charg
ing Hon. John "Welch, of Ath
ens, one of the Radical Judges
of the Supreme Court of Ohio,
and a candidate on that ticket,
with being drunk at "West Un
ion, etc. Wo have received t
letter from Judge Welch "da
ted "Athens, May -1th, 1872,"
from which we must, in order
to do him justice, so far ai the
driuking of Radical whUky
(manufactured and sold by au
thority of Radical legislation)
is concerned, quote the follow
"Nothing could be more nt-
utterly without foundation than
this charge. I never was in
"West Union but once, and that
was in 18G7. I drank no spir
ituous liquors while there, nor
for month" "v .on? after,
I have been pretty sober for
at least fifty-five years. 'I nev
er was druiik but once, aud tbat
was when a bov.
'l will bo much obliged if
you will post; yourself as to the
facts, and have the manliness
to set me right before your rea
ders." We have no means of "post
ing ourself us to the facts," in
this case, tiny further than the
not-sworn-to testimony h i s
Honor has given us above; and
it is impossible for us "to set a
man right before our 'readers,"
who didn't "have the manli
ness," "wheu a boy," not to get
drunk, and more especially a
man -who found it impossible
to let "spirituous liquors" en
tirely alone for years after aud
before 18G7, instead of "months
before aud after." Why,
Judge, "WE never were drunk 1
We are surprised that you
"acknowledge the coun," and
theu ask us "to set you right
before our readers." We are
sorry that we can not "set you
right." You ought to let a
better example before the ri
sing generation ! You can now
see why the Prohibitionists, at
their State Convention, in Feb
ruary last, did not put you on
their ticket for Supreme Judge.
Jude, "have the manliness"
to "touch not, taste
THE CONGRESSIONAL CONTEST.
Our Next Congressman.
It is not worthwhile to wait
lonr for munitions of war wheu
we have all we need, and the
enemy is before w. A formal
order will come after awhile to
open .the campiagn. We .pro-
nose to begin now. Hardtack
is all the snurdies we have or
need, and hard fighting the fun
we propose for ourselves and
"We have the grandest field
in Ohio in which to muster our
forces and to battle for the
There is very little broad
cloth and mighty few bonds in
all these regions reaching from
the Hocking to the Ohio. We
have a population inured to
hardship, and delighting in in
dustry.. We have no loafers
and idlers ready to be bought
or bribed, all are workers, and
men independent and free.
We have no paternal acres in
which laziness may find rest or
refuge. We are the owners of
the soil by right of subjugation,
and the homes, brave hearts
and clear minds of our people
as the very rocks stand witness
of our title.
We would not exchange a
single green hill for any plain
between this and the i'acilic.
This grand district of hills,
this home of honest toil, this re
gion of industry ought to be
fitly represented in the next
Congtcss of the United States.
In selecting the candidate, the
people should have something
to do with the matter, and not
as heretofore, accept a repre
sentative at the mere dictation
of a party cl;que. Too long
have those good counties below
us bent their necks to the yoke
of an unheeding majority.
There may be a time not far
distant when deliverance will
be easy and the burthens light.
Good old Gallia is ripe for ref
ormation, Jackson has memo-
ries that will yet frighten even
Mackley, and Lawrence will
uot long lag behind. We do
not wish to dictate who shall
be the uext candidate for Con
gress from this district. Lo
Neither do we wish to dic
tate, but we do not think it is
out of place to say that lion.
Wells A. Hutchins, of Scioto
county, would beat any man
the Radicals can place in the
The House Committee on
ppropaiutions have agreed to
appropriate $,300,000 to partly
indemnify State for 'expenses
incurred in enrolling and equip
ping volunteers during the late
war. They also allowed $3,-
000,000 to defray the expens
es of the Uuited States Courts
luring the uext fiacal year, aud
$5,000 to continue experiaien
tinsr ia tho food of fishes.
[For the McArthur Enquirer.]
Ignorance and Eggs.
As events transpire iu the
midst of life, we are sometimes
uot agreeably surprised to see
men of whom we expect better
things, stoop to the level of un
priucipled blackguards and un
cultivated rutiians. A scene
occurred a few weeks since,
not twelve miles from Mc Ar
thur, at or near a church of the
Radical Methodist order, which
deserves a passing Dotice, that
public judgment may be ren
dered according to the indig
nation that every right minded
man should feel.
lhe minister-in-charge of
said church being well educa
ted, a man of culture, talents,
and an unblemished reputation,
so far as any oue in the com
muuity knows, incurred the
displeasure of a majority of the
church goiug people to whom
he ted the bread or eternal
life, by what they considered
errors in religious, views aud
matters of taste.
He preached a religion of
principle instead of fashion or
teeiing, (wincn is not exacuy
orthodox iu the Methodist
Church,) and to add to the de
parture, he used notes to aid
iu systemizing his sermons, but
worst of all he had no taste lor
fruit preserved in sorgum mo
lasses but was exceedingly touu
of sugar in coflee. According
ly a3 evening service was over,
it being quite dark, as he was
going to Ins lodging, he was
attacked in the rear by the
cowardly ruffians who spent
the will of their brains aud
their physical powers in throw
ing eggs at the man, whom, to
weigh -intellectually, would
throw to the wall as man v such
curs as could stand on a forty
acre farm. The caliber of the
guns being small aud the pow
der too musty for a decent man
to use, the eggs tell compara
tively harmless to the- ground,
but considering the pattern of
the blunderbuss, the devil shot
Well, lucre haa been preach
ing at this church tome twen
ty years, yea, for twenty long
years, this church-going com
munity has been vibrating be
tween sunshine and shade, aud
now when it is all simmered
down, the fruit therof, instead
of being golden sheaves for the
eternal harvest, is all seen and
told in that dirty depth when
ana wnere tne gooa man was
egged. When a church has
lost its moral inllueuce, th
light should bo blown out, the
candlestick taken away, a black
monument set up, bearing the
words: I was taken from my
place because I was making
the wrong port.
[From the Logan Republican.]
We have received the fol
lowing from President Lang-
OFFICE OF THE GAL.,
MCA. & C. R. R. Co.
j. u. jvu'KparricK, superin
tendent of the Company, has
same number or men and teams,
viz: men and 2i teams, at
work today that he had yester
day, aud is excavating and re
moving earth from the cut at
Cherington's Summit at a cost
inside of 12 cents per cubic
yard, including his salary and
mi expeuses ot whatever
kind including wear and. tear
Messrs. Ingles, Hively &
Kaulberch are also working
noout same number or men
and teams (say 20 men and g
teams i as yesterday, and are
steadily making Railroad.
Messrs. Paibiy & Chering
ton say they will commence
next Monday, on their coutract.
If you wish to see a large
amount of work done with n
small force, visit Messrs. Ingles
& Co., and J. I). Kirkpatrick
where they are at work, and if
you are friendly to tho enter
prise, I think you will return
satisfied with tho trip, and
conclude that the Directors
arc doing their
W. H. LANGLEY,
Gallipolis, May 7th, 1872.
The investigating committee
on the frauds of Governor Bul
lock of Georgia, expect that
the increased debt of the State
in three years was sixteen mill
ions. Frauds of gigantic char
acter were perpetrated by the
issue of bogus bonds. What
honest men these radical are.
TEU0l-D THE ADVENT
Uuabrused and Unequalcd
Mamoth Quadruple Alliance,
Mrai Menacerie, C aravan,
The mos nhiitMiiloii8 confoduvaUnn of axlilhl
tions over pli-i-il iK'foro tho Amtirlc-.au puliliu;
a coinliiiiuliui of ultnH-Hiiim ediiiniiig auy tlueu
shows in Aiuu-icu. Will exhibit iu
an Friday, May 24, 1872,
AT 1 AND 1 P. M.
Four! Four! Four! Four!
Oomiilct nnrt comprehensive) shows united.
Monstrous Kuologicil Aci-uirtulntion uiul Kipics
tilim Exhibition; Extensive Museum nf Living
mill Iimiihiinto Curiosities; Uiantie, jMenugerie
of Living Wild Anininls; Colossal Exyiitinn
( iiriivan, and tint Uest Circus in Anierieu. Our
JlenncerieconUins the t'l-entest number of Itaro
Wild Animals ever oolleotcd under ogo mun
Hjjeniuiit. Amonjf the vast and val:ililo col
lection, urn tho recently iniwrted War Ele
iihant, Julius t'a'sar, a Drove of Camels ami
lli-oinedai ios, South American liiiHiHitamus,
the !liio-.tlenof A-latic and Afrieun Lions iu
America, Pair of Itocal Iteniial Timers, tho
liieat Four-llorno.l llinimaluyan t)l)era. the
onlv one ever on exhibition in America, Den of
lVrl'oiiiiinjf Hyenas, the largest (iriilv Hear
ever captured, actual weight, I poundsr pair
of llaeti ian Camels, Abvsinian Ibex. East India
Antelope, Cashmere tio'ut, Arabian Dromedary.
Spotted Axis Deer, Bison of Colorado, Spotted
lvenns, Thibet or Sun ISear, Striped Hyenas,
American iallow Deer, Asiatic Lion and Lion
ess South Ainerjcan Jaguar, Llama orthe Cam
el of tho Andes, Nvl Gun, l'limn, Sent-jtul Leop
ard, ( hetah or Hunting Leopard. Mexican Lion,
Hoval Itencul Timers, Virginia Panthers, Aus
tralian Kangarous, Hush Kauxaroo, ltlack Hoar,
Ocelots or American Wildcats, Civet Cats, Ant
Eater., Apes, Cinnamon Hear, African Porcu
pine, barliarv Zebra, Itaboons, Mandrils, Vonah
V.ear, Veimlts, ttililaiiis, I'in-taileil Monkey,
White, tjirev and Tmpieul Coi kaloos, UMs ot
Parailie, White and ltlack Sipiirrels, til-ay and
Mark Wolves, Parrots aud I'aronucU, Ali-iv.au
Ostrich, etc. Also, a beautiful
AUSTRALIAN BIRD SHOW,
Embracing every imn lnablo variety of the mn
uv colored birds of plumage,.
'The Mcnaarerio 1 epartinent Is under the im
mediate supervision of the Krc.it
Tho Dauntless Hero of the Lion t'oinitieiors,
who will enter a di-n containing four savage
Ablatio Lions, roecuri.-r iiiitwcd. uud never
performed before this season.
The ilippoilrooie l'ci-l'onn.iine, under the li
reetion of Mr. Iliiaut Marks, is kIvcu iu a -Mnn-sfer
Canvas t'oliit.eiiiii. ranaldo of i-ooiiii-tnli1v
nci-oiniiioil.tling 5,U.y people. The other three
snows are given In luiuihor maiutuolh lent, si-p.
urate froiti the cin-tis, uiul only oue til-li e of ud
mission Is charged tu witues the wliolu vonfed
eiatiou. Following nee lhe names of tho principal per
formers in this challenge company;
LITTLE MINITIE MARKS,
Most Skillful and daring rider in America;
Beautiful, graceful, brilliant Equestrienne;
TUc Liou Enchantress;
MISS EMILY BAKER,
The, distinguished and handsome Trapeze Ar
tist; MR. SAM, RINEHART,
Clown aud Champion Leaner of tho World
MR. GEO. W. KIOHAKDS,
The Amcrlcau Sumpton;
DON SANTIAGO GIBBOIISE,
Tlio greatest living Contortionist;
Mr. John L. Davenport,
Vocalist rihI Chaniplon clown ;
And his wonderful troupo of Arabian Mame
lukes: Mr. llirnm Marks, Mr. Edward Mortimer, An
tlerson ltniiluiM, ilr. Ereilorlo Herbert. MusUt
i-uiiio, iiiiiiiiiiN aison, .iioinieur i narratl,
Mantel- Itliini-liiirt, Holwrt EIwihhI, Muster Or
riu, uud the little midgets, Wllllu uud Cbaillo.
The iii-fii-etiulfiii linndiul hv tliu t.olilou ltomno
Baud Cuuriol, eonluluing
MILITARY BRASS BAND,
drawn by 1 1 ndld blooded horses, richly ca
parisoned, will enter the town about IU. o'clock
on the niortiliig of tho exhibition. In tho II no
vt III bu found tho llnust lot of animal dens, en.
(res, vans, mid haggHgo wagons ever Been, fol
owed by a ili-ovo of trlek and performing horses,
lllllpiitaut jionles, educated iniilus, etc., the
whole forming n grand moving panorama of
gorgeous splendor. .
ADHISSIO.V .10 da.
Chililron nndor 9 years, 25 eta.
H 'Will exhibit at
Thuriday, May 33d, ,
If ' l&k
RICHMOND c&5 33C"CJX23a",
Aio rooelving a largo and woll sclootod stock of
Bs' Mm Saaaiers' Harihran, Gapienters' Tools, CoW
House jPvLYJ3A&Xri& Gooas!
Wooden-ware, Market Basket,' Rope,- Twine,
FAEM AND GAKDEM IMPIENENTS!
TRASS AND PORCELAIN KETTLES!
We havo olio'co
And vailoui pattorn 0f
And we are Sole A genu lor the Celebrated
mm nni o mB;
Celebrated Arlington Combined Cook Stove !
Como and see this Stove boXoro you go olsowhoro.
CQ-The VACUM OIL HACKING Always on hand !S5a
A good article of
Pure Whitc-1'ine Tar, and Pure Cider Vinegar,
Constantly on hnud. wcniunurauttuc tho
All of wliich we will sell nt 2F.LOY PRICES or
exchange for Couutry Produce I
Wo have tho excluslvo Ageney iu Vinton county for the
CHAMPION COMBINED MOWER AND REAPER.
Cull and exainliio this machine. They are superior to any other.
best article of f.'ii-i')
WHOLE SAL EI
S. C SWIP T
I invite the nttentiou of CLOSE BUTE US to my line of
. Paper Collars
W A L L -
SJtcirlo and. JPcu&sr Notions,
P A P E 11 ,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
IN pursuance of nn order of the Probate
Court ot Vinton count v. Ohio, nimbi on llm
ISIIi iln.vof May, A. i). 1S7'J. in the emu of lmi-
iuii r. sain, liuti-illaii or Anna I.i-e, .lasper II,
Lee. ThotiiKs tj. L.. uml liaonrn lllium s
Leo, agaiiiht his wards, tlio uiiderslaimd Willi
Saturday ths 22d Day of Juno, 'A. D.
at 1'2n'elnc,lc M.on tliu pi-ninlwn ode-rut public
imIm, lhe folluwlnir ileMerlbod reul e.liili-. hn.
ate In tho county of Vinton and Mate of Ohio,
mi M WMIHIUil mill lll-HCI lljl'll IIH IMIIOWS, I.OWlt'.
The west linlf of tliu north-west ipiarterof sec
tlouNo. till. In Township No. I'J.olitiumi) N. 17,
coiilniiiliig Klxhty c,r- morn or les- mibleol to
tlio Bower i-Mulo thorelii of Baraii .1. L,'.. wlil.
ow, ctolf to her by nu-tes and boiinili), us fol
lows, tu-wlt: Coiiiiiii-ncliiK at tho Houtli-ensi
corner of said tract, tliuno north to tliu north
I me of nld bind; thuiioo wKt BO rods; thence
south to the south lino of ssiil Isini: thciu-e vasi
to the il -u of liculuuhitf, ooulainliitt U-j neios
jiiuru or less,
Tkiims of SAf.Ki One-third cifIi Iu hsnil, ono
third In one year, and one thlid In two years
from the dny of sale, to bo scoured by mirlMKe
un ino n-uiiuni-s siiio, nun me ooiert'ca pay
merits to bear Interest nt the ratool'O pur cui
tuin per suiiuio, pavablo itBuuuby.
Appraised at ifil-H) no.
Gallipolis, May 7th, 1872. ISAIAH F. SAIN, Guardian
Gallipolis, May 7th, 1872. ISAIAH F. SAIN, Guardian May 22, 1872--tds. of Anna Lee and others.
In dash and Other Valuablo .
pre jNittim: s
Will bo dlsli'lhulod to the $2.00 8ubnorlbori to tho
The Tirat Week In Soptomber, 1372.
All two iliillnr aiiblorlber reoolveil bctwcui
(lie lstof April audiliu Istof Heptrinpnr, lHT-j,
will lioiniciepsrtlul limits iu llm abure distri
bution. There a rt over 1,900 Premiums, tho flrat of
n isfU(ln Cnah, uml over KXI other
( iimIi I'reiiiiums oi from to IIOO each, and
Forty oftli'w. celebrated Meni-wliidliiif, liunt
Kend r specimen copies, list ef premiums,
terms, 4c. Address
FAItAV A McLEaN.
GIVEN AAV AY
To an book incut,
A 95.00 GREENBACK I
And a specimen of the
OV THE UM1TKU 8TATKS. ,
1300 Pages and 600 Engravings.
rillNTKl) IN KNOLlSIl AND UERMA1?.
V'lltlen by SO Eminent Authoin Inaludllig
UoracoUreeley and John H.UoukIi,
Wo want aiiU In every town to solicit orderi
,i.i ,. .. . . 1 1 1 . i i . i .. ..
I1T llliq WtllK, III! IIIMTItl ITrillH( Ivll U COI-
pletelilHtnryof oil liranehos of Induntry, process.
of maniuanturoi, tUi. ttollke work over bo
foro publlsliivl. An early application will bo
aeeuro a, choice in torrltory. Kull pui'llotilars
and tnrini will be tent five with sHpeoimen of
bllin Kin... n'll.i i.iix VUUI.UIIII.UKI
J. U. JIUKK it II Villi. llarlfoi'd.L'ouu. 1 Chlcmrn.
lll.,ltuUaucluuail, Ohio. - . i
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
j. or un oeneiiii iihi :ii.(.s or Kiuelc una
HOHSKS CIMiKI) OI'' til.A.VnriiS-Ani-on
Snyiler's, I'. B. AssNlunt Asissoi', iMienil
.T.tini, ru.. I-. Hni-on-H, Livery uud Lxc.liungi
Htnlile. Suiibiirv, I'll.
HOItSKH OI'HI'.ll OK
Wilholin's Imnvlllo Pa
, A. I-.llls's; .Merchant
J. Nice Moiiukcr's,
jim'sv iicin-, ra.
IKiltS. i, Cl'ltiCD OK I.U.VG FKVEll-IIcst
A Itro's, U-wUbiirn. Ta,
IlliliSl sH L'iU-.l) OI-'COLIC.-ThomusCllnir.
an'", I'll ion eiuintv, I'n.,
IbXiS t'UKKD OK CIIOLKUA.-H. Darr s
II. & A. (.'iidwiiller's. Milton, I'n,
t IIWH ( l!liKD.-I!r. McCleerys. J. II. Mr
I'ormleh's, Milton. I'll.
CIIICICKNS CUIllil) OK (MIOTjKltA AND
HAi-i-A-dp. ii. T. Mrelis'h. Walsontown
I'a., Hr. V. IJ liavlH', O. W.Htlclier'B, John ami
James Kliiiicv'n, Wilton, I'n. Jlunilreils more
c.iui(l be cited whose stock wua saved by using
tho lied llorsu I'owdur.
C Y It US 15 K O W N ,
Druggist, ClieinlNt, IIvi-Bcnmn,
At his wIioniiIo nnd retail di-imaml elienilciil
emporiiini, Mi. Jill iWoiulway, .Milton, l'eiin.
Notice. Tho Incorporators uud
CommitloeincD to raiuo an onginocr
fund for tlio survey of tlio Furiiior'e
iidiI Minor's Railroad, in tlio coun
tica of PiekawtiyouHt of tho Scioto
rivor,) floss, Hocking nnd Vinton,
uro roqucHlod to colloct tho' sumo
Immediately, tind hold it in readi
ness to Mil orders to pay enginoor
expenses. Tho enginoor corps ex
pect to start from Uirclovillo to
McArlhur within ten days, for it
survey of tho linos, whero subsorip
Hons Imve boon niado, botwoon Cir-
clovillo nnd McArlhur, Mr. John
LI. Bortz is colloctor and receiver
of nil engineer subscription in Cir-
clovillo and vicinity. Wo hope
that the farmers and publio goner
ally on tho linos will provido food
and sleeping accommodations, nnd
aid tho engineer corps in every
Tres't of Incorp. F. it- M. R. R.
P. B. Smith, Socretaiy,
At Xoniu, lust wt ek, the
suit of Mrs. L. Kt;iJ, of Ced.ir-
villn, ngivinst Jfif. Townsley of
that place, for $5,000 daningoH
for Bulliiifj liiaior to lier lun-
baud, Dr. Robert O. lteiil, re
sulted iu a verdict of
for the plaintiff.
A. Ceutury of Triumphs over rlcs)epta,
llvor iliseuso, bowel complaints and vtiilou
febrll ami nervousdiHorders, has liniiiortiilizea
the isclt.er Hpn. and thuse victories are now re
pouted throughout this bonilsiliero by TAB
KiNT'tf EFi'KHVUEBM SKI.TZKR ArricHIBhTi
coiiUiiiiiiu all tho elements uiul producing all
the happy results of the (.rent Gorniuu SprintJ,
SOLD BY ALLDlttrtilJISTS.
The Mason & Ilnmlln Organ Co. respectfully
nnuounun tho Introduction of Improveineots Of
much more than ordinary Interest. These ma
UK ED AND i'U'E CABINET ORGANS,
beliutthoonly sueeesrul coinblnatiou of I'.KAL
i'lt'Ed with rocdn over made.
DAY'S TUANSI'OSINU KF.V-BOAUD,
which can bo liiHtantly moved to tha rlht or
lei't clmnKliprtbu pltcli.ortrnnsposinntlie koy.
For liruwlny and dcwrtptlon, Circular.
NEW AND ELEGANT BTYJ.K-I OP BOUELB
nt 1 10. nnd IS5eiirh. Coiikii Iiik Capnc
Itv, Elegance, and ThorotiKh Kxnellenco of
Workmiumhip, tlieso ufo cheuper than any he
The ISIasom anii IUjii.im Orsiuisiiic arknowl
cilxed I115-T. nnd from extraordinary fiicilities
for niarnil'actui-e tbli Coni)iiny can airord, ami
now nndortako to null at prices which render
UNQ,UE3TIO. All LY CUE APK8T.
Vrtt,, rtni-iiwit oi'imiiu xria nne.l- five octave or
KinffliM). nml upwunla. With three 8et-
rcpilKtl&n uud iiDu-nrdd. i'orly styles, up to
S1WI0 eucli. ,.
Mimv llltislinleil Catiiln(run. nml Testimonial
Circular, with opinions of more than Ouo Thou
t.iml MusiciaiiH. nent five
JIABOM IIAMI.IN UKli AM UU.,
1K4 Tivniont St., Boston. rWI Broadway, N.Y.
Cheap Farms! Free Homes!
on tin: line or Tns
vmou rAciric railload.
I.ANII (HUNT or
! TUB I1KST
FARMIN3 ARC MIUEai. LANDS IH AMEE'CA,
3,000,000 ACBES IU 1TEBEASEA
IN 'I IIK
GREAT FLATT VALLEY,
GARDEN OF THE WEST,
MIW l'OIt SAMil
TliPe Innils are III tlie rentr.-il portion nf t' a
I'nlti-.l Stiitev, on the "list (b cii-e nt' Kur il Liullnilii
tliu ecu I ml line of the emit Tt-ineiel(v Zone of tin
Anii-rlVRti l wi bi.nil, ami for irviitii ciowlne mut
s'ock raining uiitii'puM)d by any in (lie Uniud
( UEAI'Kli INT rUICK. itioie fsvornMp tfrm
!.-h'en, m il in' .re coiivcincid to uiarkul lliuu can tie
1'REE HI MEblEADS POR AOl'UAL 3ETTLEE3.
Ilia Best Location for Colonics.
S'lblbrs ciitl'i d to if Im-iucsA -il of IliO acres.
I'r-o I'n.iscJi tu l'ui-cli.'era of I.aud,
feiiil fur tlio new desarlplfvi pnniolili-t, with neir
in-ips. publ'sheil Is Ki'ir'lKb. Oernuin, twoi-ilish Slid
Ijkiibh. iiihIU-iI Irce iviiywhere
Aildivsi O. r. JAVIS,
Luid Ciunii ssionir, U. 1' It. U On.
Oinnlitl X b.
IOWA AND NEBRASKA
l-l) su.i; liV THE
Bsiiflti & Si Eiwr I R. ft.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
On Ten Tears' Credit, at 6 yor ct. Tn.
No pill of tho i ritic pil due for two
nnd Ihunce only one-iiiiilti yen. ly unill puiii ia
l'rodu-ts will pnv for bind awl Impi-ic
iiipiiIs wil.liln the limit of III afconeroilM rir it.
E.vi? "Heller t'-i in" were iic vei ollc.cil, lll imt
now ami prnbal I never will l.
CI lit I'IjAU-vim,' luM pin ticid: r nr( nift
oili-'t Kiati.s; nnv wi.-liinlo iiuluci ot hers io
ini';ratii with t'i in. or to fm m a i uli.nj , iiiu
iiiviicd to aU luriill I hey wnnt to distribute.
Apply to (ii:0. S. UAUHIS, Lund ( oniiii'f.
J ii r lnw l.aioK hi I i i mI i i i irt . i i li nn,
And !orNbraslii l.iiiuls, at Lincoln. Nob.
postable tm trnmnw
$40, $50, $75, and ?1C0.
GOOD, DURABLE A1T3 CHEAP.
Slilpp'l Iteniiy for Use.
J. "W. Cliapraaa d Co., Kudisoii, Inil.
rV"M'M I'OII CIKCl'I. Wt -'iil
Tho Lost Paint in tha World!
I'uro Vlilto nnd Over One Hundred Dlf
lorent Kliades and Tints.
This ps'nt is Hindu of tlio purest nml mm' ilnriiWo
nislerlsi liuri-tnforit ust-il ly psinlers, ciitiiliilicil with
a Isrgu priiportlou of Imllii Kiiblicr. which Isclietni
oslly tinitrd III such a losniu-r as t form a smooth,
glossy, (Inn. dursl'lp. clnstio and bcsiitit'iil Pnint,
wlrcli Ik-coiiks tlriuly crmontcd to tlio stilistanct to
which It is applied.
r B-'I'hi-sn I'nlnts 11 ro prepared roudy for ui, mid
sol.l ky llie. gallon only.
RUBBER PAINT CO., Cleveland, 0
HARK CHANCE FOR AGENTS!
A trout, wo will pay you (f io per wc-lt In rnsli
ll'you will eniie with us ill onco. lOvei-ylliing
furiiixlieil, nnd li-vpiMises paid. Addlfbs F. A ,
1CI.1.8 ACi.,Cliili)tlo, Mich.
All i: NTS AVantod AtronlH iiiaku more mon
ey nt work for us than nt un) tbliiir slse.
HusiuesH lllit and peiinaiiciit; piiillciilars
free. li. Htinson & Co., tint Ait J'ubiltheri,
Un PInno Co., Nw York 1st olnsst20li. N
i J Ayiints. Kiiuius of putroiii In 40 Blutei III
t9A A WfliMF WITH COM.Alt PIV
f')W A W VjVi ANDNKCKTIIS. Bam
pie, I.7.V J. MoiiKK, I.iiiM-uslor N. II.
SLENDID OPPERTnuiIT.-Waiitod, Onnvnu
urs lor an ntli-iii-.tTvo. rn plil-fiull inir nml ludls
iiuimlbly iisol'ul liiiportcd'Atlelo, tno most lei It.
I null u tblHa ever nd'ori'd to Airents. Adilns-
fwlthitninp) W.J. UOIIUWINE, ibl BiOudway
Forstiy ensuof llllinl, llloc-
linu, ItcliitiK, oi Dlci't-ntod
I'lli-ii that Dk lliMitl rn.K
ltKwmiv lulls to cum. It Ik
nriMinrud l'xiii-csmIv to euro
thn riles, nml notliluu clo. bold by all drug
gisM. I'llco t.
GUKAT MlillKIAIi HOOIC Of usoful
kaowlodotoiill. Sunt froo for 3 slumps.
Address Dr llo.N Al'MtTIC &UO.,Llnoliinatl,U.
I WISH tolniy, to bo dellvcrod nt my toru, In
Zuloskl, i-vui-jf dosorlpllon of
Oil Cast an! ffroitt Iron !
t'.ir which 1 will pay tlio Ii lylict lnnrkot lu lco
OA-BII OXa G'OODSI
Onthor up yotti-OliD IRON nud brlim It to
niystoro. H. SIIIl'l EV.
April U,mi-tf .
U I'lANO 0O. N. Y. I'ltlt K, flSOAr.
j i J o Agoutis, chailau lift. 3?sivv
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