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fUUMHBKD EVERY WKPNK8DAY BY
r. W. Bowen,
KOIIOR AND PROPRIETOR.
A Mistake.
A mistake being made in
wetting, down ilie required
amount of paper for last week's
edition, we found on making
up the mails that 150 more pa
pers would be required. Our
Allensvilleand many other sub
scribers appearing last on the
mail hook, were not served
with the paper. This will nev
er occur again during this Administration.
Tns corn crop will be large in
Vinton County.
Tlio Luwb of 1872 have been re
ceived. Henry Reynolds is raising a
fine crop of corn upon the high
hill east of town and north of
the farm of John. Lowry.
It is by law made the duty
of township trustees to appro
priate $50 a year for the erec
tion of watering troughs along
the public highways.
The 11th Annual Fair of the
Vinton County Agricultural
Society will be held at Mc Ar
thur, on the 27th and 28th of
September.
Scbsribehs to the McArth ur En
quirer living in this county do not
havo to pay postage on it. It your
nearest post office is in an adjoining
county you have no postage to pay.
It would profit the readers of
this paper if they would carefully
presorvo each week tho copies of
the paper, and not expect to draw
on us wfloks afterward for lost cop
ies.
Under tho Railroad Tax Law,
the poor laboring man has a voice
in tho affairs of his township. This
is why all laboring mon voted
"Railroad Yes," last Tuesday
week.
Wine Companies aro being or
ganized in somo counties in this
Stato. Wo think Vinton county
could afford it Wino Company.
Thore is na abundance of land suit
able for grapo culture.
There, is a prospect f the
revival of buinss at Vinton
Furnace. A Philadelphia com
pany is making preparations to
mine eo'd and manufacture pig
ir -it
Win, Gold, of the firm of
J. i&.VV. Gold, 'of the Mc Ar
thur Nursery, started for Seda
lia, Mo., on Tuesday of last
week. lie will b absent about
one month. His two sons, J, S.
and S. C. Gold, reside at Se
dalia. John T. Moore of Pike coun
ty is spoken of as a candidate
for Cemmon Pleas Judge of
this district. Tho Conventio
yyjlj he held at Portsmouth, to
morrow, immediately after the
adjournment of the of the Con
gressional Convention. -
4.8 a number of our subscribers
did not receivo, by an accident at
this office, any paper lost week, we
re-publlah, on the first page, the
official result of the Democratic
Primary Elections held in the sev
eral townships of this county, July
gO. A correction has been made
() the tqtal vote fqr Sheriff.
IJorj. 4- Q- Thurman will
ftooept , thanks fqr a : copy,
beautifully printed pamphlet
form, of bis address delivered
before the Literary Societies
of the University of Virginia,
at Chatlottsville, on tho 26th
of June, 1872. It is an able
production.
The Board uf l)irect"rg of
tle, Gallipolis, McArtliur &
Columbus 'Hail road met the
Trustees of JlJIk Township, ht
this place. qii business con
nected' with 'the railroad, on
Saturday last. The net meet
ing of the Directors and Tru
.tees will lie at Gallipolin.
There will bo a meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. at the M. E.
Church, on Monday evening
net. The subject for debate,
,,lTha,tall the races of man are.
derived from one common an
cestor," is an interesting one,
and doubt, tlm church will
bo well filled, to listen to the
arguments, pro and con. The
affirmative will be taken hy
Judge Craig, and the negative
by Jolm T. Foreman, Eu. No
charge for ndmisdon. A gen
eral invitation is extended.
Great Meeting of the Disciples
of Christ.
The, Disciples of Christ of
Jackson, Vinton ami rike
Counties, Ohio, aro to hold
their Yearly Meeting with the
congregation at this place, on
Thursday, the lztu 01 beptem
ber, and following, days.
Elder Isaac Errett, of Cin
cinnati, editor of the "Chris
tian Standard," will be the
principal speaker. The sever
al preaching brethren in the
district and counties adioinine'
will be present and partici
pate in tne exercises or tne
occasion.
On Sunday, the 15th, a bas
ket meeting is to be held. A
beautiful grove has been secur
ed in close proximity to the
town. Abundance of seats,
plenty ot water tor man and
beast, will be provided, and no
sacrifice will be spared to en
sure" the comfort and conveni
ence of those attending the
meeting. Conveyances will
meet . all trains at McAr
tliur station on the Marietta
and Cincinnati railroad.
The church at McArth ur
not only cordially invite the
the brethren in the counties
specified, but those in neigh
boring Counties also, to come
and share their hospitalities
also. . . ...
AVe give this early notice
so that all our readers may
talk over the meeting, and
make preparations to he pres
ent. Let us see if we can not
have a larger gathering here
than convened last year at the
Snook Church.
Tub heaviest fall of rain which
has blessed this region for more
than two years foil last Thursday
afternoon and night, causing many
of tho small streams north of town
to overflow and damage moadows,
swept away oats and hay in tho
shock, the growing corn, fences, &c,
to a groat extent.
Cornelius Karnes lost about bov-
on acres of oats in tho shock; tho
meadow of Thomas Rannalls was so
badly damaged that it ean not be
cut; the cornfields and meadows of
J. M. Foreman, Benson Dnnklo.
Hon. John Fee in fact of all the
the farmers in that section, wore
more or less damaged. Elk Fork
was out of banks the road leading
to Vinton Station, between E. A.
Sisson's and the railway crossing
at Vinton, being impassable on Frl
day on account of high water. The
growing crops were damaged along
this stream. Oilman, Ward & Co.
lost a lot of salt which was stowed
away In the lower part of the Steam
Mill. On Wheelabout the corn,
oats, wheat, etc., were damaged by
high water. .
The storm that occurred during
the night was accompanied by a
very hard wind, which destroyed
many irait and shade treeB in our
town, Thoso belonging to Mrs.
Mary Richmond and George Lantz
were severely . injured, Many of
tho shade trees around the Court
House were destroyed.
The streams are now full of. pure
runniDg water. The pastures look
at green and beautiful as . in the
middle of May. Enough rain has
fallen to revive the dying vegeta
tion. The rain has been aa im
mense advantage; but a disadvan
tage to some ot tho farmers,
No more rain Is needed at : pres
ent.; '
A funny little incident occurred
at one of tho stores -in this place a
few days ago. . A . littlo urchiu was
loitering around the store. Seeing
a bat, which was the very essenco
of beauty to bis youthful Imagina
tion, and no doubt, flnanolal pOrO
traits being scarce with him, he
rosolved to possess it forthwith and
without price. Watching a favor
able opportunity, while the clerks
were busily engaged, ho solved the
poveted article, and slipped out of
the store, . as he thought, ur.per
ceivod. After having secured the
prtyo, he.wasjn th,e condition of the
man who drew an elephant in a lot
tor'; didn't know whnt to do with
It or probably the 7th Command
ment- recurred to his mind. Seis
ing n fuvornble opportunity, he
stolo back into tho store, deposited
the hat in its resting-place, and do-
parted as silontly as he came. The
little fallow did not soom to be con
scious that acortajn gentleman was
watching him, very much amused
at his conduct.
To Teachers.
Editor Enquirer- The teachers
In tho vicinity of McArthur will
please call on me and express their
ntontion, to ntt-ond, tho Institute by
signing the petition to prooure
funds. Respectfully,
J. S. HUHN.
Teacher's Institute.
The Vinton County Teacher's
Association, will hoM ils annual In
stitute at the Union School House
in McArthur, beginning Monday,
Sept. 2d, 1872, and continuoing for
one week.
Thojservicesof Prof. Adney, of the
of the Ohio University, has been
secured to givo instructions;' and
other competent teachors will as
sist. 'Come teachers, lot us havo an
Instituto still inoro successful than
those of previous
W. GIST, Chairman.
W. S. CROW, Sec'y.
1 An examination by the Co. Board
of Examiners will be hold Saturday,
Sept. 7th, immediately following
the Institute.
REMOVAL I
DRUGS ! DRUGS!!
0. T. Gunning Iiur just removed
from tho "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
ery, &c, to his NEW ISCMMI
in Will's New Building, ono door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
on Main Street, whoro he will be
pleased to meet nil his old custom
ers, and as many moro us chose to
givo him their patronage.
His New Room is really tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by evorvbodv: and his suddIv o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
liAro equal to any other establishment
in tho country.
He fills presciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers atreason
ablo rates. If you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this ono.
ForAyer's Medicines, g-o to Ob
How to Go West.
This is an onquiry which every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before ho starts on his journey,
and a littlo care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in many cases
save much troublo, time and money.
The "I. B: & TV. Route," running
from Indianapolis through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, has achioved a
splendid reputation in the last two
years as the loading Passenger
Route to the West. At Burllncton
it conneots with the great Burling
ton Route which run direct thro1
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and
Kansrs, with "close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from Vinton
County, on their way westward.
can not do better than to take the
I. B. & W. and Burlington Route
This line has published a pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable in for
mation; a largo correct map of tho
Ureat west, which can bo obtained
free of chargo by addressing tho
General rassonger Agon ii. & M. a,
R , Burlington, Iowa.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's DrugPtorq,
A New Book.
Mr. A. Speer of New Jersey,
whose Port Grape Wine has such a
wide reputation, and which physi
cians prescribe so generally, is
about publishing a work on the ma
king and management of wlne.
Mr. Speer was the first in this cdun
try who introduced the art of ma
king wine from the oporto grapo
which Is now the best wine to be
had of Druggists.
To Vhom It May Concern.
Those , knowing themselves in
debted to T. A. Martin & Son, eith
er by note or book acoount, aro res
quested to call and settle up. All
account and notes unpaid by Au
gust first, will b,a placed in the
way of collection unless otherwise
arranged.
T. A. MARTIN &SON.
McArthur, July 10, 1872. tf.
For Pure Drugs and Medioines
goto Sisson's.
Tim and enlightened experience
have shown that certain substances
formerly used and relied on in med
ical practico, aro unnecessary and
dangerqus; yet some of. those su6
stancos Inyo found their way into
modlcal compounds. Dr. Walk
er's California Vinegar Bitters,
howover, contain nothing Injurious,
being composed of exclusively vog.
etablo substanaos from California.
For all diaordors of the li vor, kid
noys bladdor, skin, and digestive
organs, and for purifying tho blood,
they are tho morst wonoVful rem
edy kiffiwp. . . 27 4t.
Postage on transient papersjios
boon roducod to ono oont for each
two ounces.
VvtfEKE TO ELilGBATL i
WeaiiHwer. go to tho Southwest Missouri,
because the Atlantic Paolfle Railroad Co.
offer 1,81)0,000 Acres of Land to actual settlers,
at low price on longcredit, beside furnishing
freo transportation oer tliolrroad to purchas
ersj this road extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vlnitla, Indian Territory, U being
pushed rapidly to its destination, the Pacific
CoastiWlllbe one of the trunk lines of the
country, nover blockaded by snow tho lands
slongtheroadaroln a rich fertile country, aa
productive nanny In thc8tnto;tho climate com
bines all thesdvuntngus of northern nncl south
ern latitude; geod cilinnts.soil, health, water,
Umber, grazing, fruits and flowers, invite yon
togo to tills region. For further information
address A TUCK, Land Com'r, IW3 Walnut
Btrcol, St. Louis, Mo. la"ly
There will be . five eclipses
this year two of the moon,
two of the sun, and one of
Grant. Wilson & Co. The
latter will be visible at McAr
thur.
Aro You Going West ?
If so, take our advice, and purchase your tick
ets ovor tho old reliable and popular Misonrl
Paciilo Railroad1 which Is, positively, the only
Line Hint runs three Dally Express Trains from
St. Louis to Kansas City, and the West I aud is
positively, the only Line wlilih runs Pullman's
riuacu Mieopurs ami 1KV lionoiies ieiecciuiiy
for movers) eiiiiinnc.l with Milter's Bafuty Plat
form nwl tin) patent Btcinn Brake, from St. lxuis
10 luuisns uiiy, ji'orc BCOtt, rrn, ljitwrenun,
uiavcnwortn. atoiiiHon, Bt. joseim, nennuiKa
City Council iilullkand Onmlia; without clliinito
For iiil'oi'iniitlon in regard to Time Tables, rates
Ac, to any point in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska,
Colombo, TexasorOiilliforniu.pallon orsddress
S. II Thomson, Agent Missouri Pacific It. It. Col
umbus. Ohio; or, K. A.Jt'oruyUqpeTttUPaseMger
No troublo to answor questions I '
I TOV WAHT TO OST ALL' TOT
8UBBOB1BB FOR THB REAL ESTATE
REGISTER, rirrBBDBOH,PA. (Weegiy
10 Columns: 11.00 a year). Sumple copy free.
PIOLLROTATK AN1 COMMERCIAL IN-
VHTITUTJ5, New Haven, Conn. Prupar.
atorv to Collcire. Business. Sclentiflo Schools.
V. S Military and Naval Academies. Fall ses
sion, Slit li yenr, begins Bent 13. For Catalogue
utiurvw uen. nm. a. uuostLL., mncipsi.
Brilliant Colors and Best
Black in Six Cord Thread.
J. & P. -COATS'
-BEST-SIX-CORD
IN ALL NUMBERS,
From 8 to 100 Inclusive.
FOB
' Hand and Machine Sewing.
BELT'S PATENT SHEET IRON
ROOFINGS
Cheapest and Best Iron Roofing Made.
For circulars, references, or ithsr Infnrmntlnti
address W. 8. BELT, ClneUnatl, O.
ZANESVIIXE, O., WOOLEN
MANUF'G CO. solicit orders for
their Putnam Doeskins (Jeans),
all wool HIliuKind free of erense.
Blues warranto! inifro- Ehinnels
of every description Knitting
Ynrns.Bluo Mjced, Scarlet and
White: One. tencutsto tha nound
and coarse, six; long reel anil full count, 800
?us. 10 1 noetic, samples ana prices lurnisnea
o inarohanu on application H4 nbova.
Iteject all Violent Purgatives. They ruin
cue nine oi tne Dowels and weaken tne umi
tion. TvnaENT'g Effervescent Seltzer Afi
Bient is used by nil rational people as a means
of relieving all derangoments of tho stomach,
liver and intestines, hecansa It removes ob
structions without pain and imparts vigor to
ins organs wnicn it purines ana reguiaies.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A STHMA,
PophsAn's Asthma Speolflo
is wimntil to rtllsvt ths worst
II case In ten mlnates, snd ht ptrtsvsrlng In its
rtuse effect s ousr For sale hf all Druggists,
or stnt hv null, poit paid, on rMlpt of ONE
j, J.UOLLAK. Aidrtii T, ruruAU rail'
adelphls, Pa.
ORGANIC LAW OF THE 8EXE8-Cqndl-tlons
which impair vitality positive and neg
ative eleotrlcitv nroof that life is evolved
wrthout union effect of tobacco Influence of
fish and phosphoric diet modern treatment of
peivio diseases, stricture ana varioooceis, ana
arrest of development; ten leotiiras to his pri
vate surgical olass. bv EDWAUD H. DIXON, M.
n Att TTI P Vi A ..An a V V dl n.. ab OK nan fa.
"Every line from the pen rf Dr. Dl'xon Is of
great vaiue to ins wnois nuinan race." uoraot
WINCHESTER'S
Htfofhospratis of Ltva and loo a Ii oertt-
fled bv all Pbyaloians, Medio! Societies and the
Pnbllo throughout the olvillced world aa the
Qrandeit Medloal Dlsoovery of the 19th Centu
ry. There ii no disease whatever which de
pends upon an impure diseased and Impover
ished condition ol the blood that great alter
of Lite, but what this celebrated qomedyls an
Infallible' euro, such as Boroftila,Pm.ples, Kmp.
tions, Humors, Bolls, And all cutaneous affec
tions. Ladles! you little know what an Impor.
tnnt Influence is exerted through the Blood.
Would you beautify your form snd suffuse your
complexion with the Deltoata Bloom of Youth
and Health? Puitfy and onrloh your Blood by
using WiMoasaTss'i
HYP0PH08RHATES
Pnnaiimnflvji.l a wAtvl wllVi vnn Vnn Vnniv
tnai uonsumption u a ternoiy incai aisease.
Very rarely la It cured hy the old exploded
remedies and methods of treatment. Ood Liv
er Oil noveroured a case of Consumption. Iron
Is utterly useless. It Is an Insane delusion to
rely upon thrse old fogy played-out remedlei.
It Ii a waste of nreolom time, that can never be
regained. Awakst Awakell Open yonr ayes to
the light of Science! Open your oars to the
voicn nfSoiencel WlNOHKSTlta't HypoPhos).
pratki Is vourbesoon light. A complete rev
olution in the treatment of this disease has been
effocted by this tlfe.Olvlng and Lira-Sustain-
nig remeay, it
WILL CURE
Consumption promptly and permanently. It
has, during the past 16 yean, cured more than
Ono Hundred Thoimand oaoes, and It will not
fall you. It will afford you prompt relief, and
hy exorcising proper care, and with good nurs
ing, restore you and all who will Rive It a trial
to perloctly restored health, leaving no traoe
of the disease, while to those who are threat
ened with, or Predisposed to Consumption, it Is
an uliiolu to preventative md safeguard. Win
orestxs'iHtpophosfhatssIia perfect anti
dote to '
CONSUMPTION,
And lias boon the solomenm nndor Divine Pro
vidoneeof saving anil restoring to Life, Health
unil strength, my rinds who, but for it, would
have been compelled to follow through the dark
valley that vast army which has been awept
out or existence bv this relentless scourgo.
WlXOHIHTKK'HllYPOPBOSPIfATKSCamMl to yOQ
si an Angel of llin'th, witli henllngon its whig.
Give Ityourconlldoncnand agonorous welcome,
nnd piireeluto our olTorts exurted in your be
half. nESUltE AND GET THE GENUINE
Price II and It nor bottle. For sale bv Drug
gists everywhere. Hend for our Circular on
Consumption. Address
4. wiflUHtiSTttttdi;"., nemist,
80 John Ht., New York.
U PIANO 00., N. T. PBICB, OOA
i iv No Agents, circular, free. &LJJ
SGKNTS Wanted.-Agents make more m-oa
I ey nt work for tit than at anything else,
nstnosa light and permanent! particulars
froe. U. Stinhok dt Qo,! tint Art PvbUthtrt,
I'ortlaud, Malno,
YOU!
Are iuvited to cull and examine the large stock of
NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS,
Just received at tho
OLD CORNER STORE
OF
T. A.. IMC ART I IN" &c SOIsT !
Among the many beautiful Goods to be found there we may
mention a
A FULL AND FRESH LINE
OF
New
Sis
Comprising Handsome Patterns in
Japanese Cloths, "
Japanese Stripes,
Lawns, Piques,
' ) Percales, Grenadines,
Ginghams, Lustres,
Black Silk, Cretonnes,
Prints, Dolly Vardens, &c.
Bleached and Brown Muilln, Tickings, Checks, Cottonndcs, Jeans, Casslmcrcs, Shawls. White
lied Quilts, Napkins, Tablo Damask, Towels, Crash,
nwiss, UliCUUUb, ftb, AC.
THE BEST & LARGEST STOCK
A NEW LOT OF FANS ALL STY LESl-Novol
Biory i uiuius mus, uu miurs iinu quoiiiiusi j.uces, fiugings, rrinimings, and
FANCY GOODS' IN GREAT VARIETY!
We are making a specialty of
and lmvo a good Stock constantly on hand of all Styles and Qualities; also a flno line of Boots
Shoes and Mats!
H mm a
PRICES THAT CAN NOT
Sugars,
Tea3,
Bacon,
Lard,
Tubs,
Coffee,
Rice,
Fish, :
Buckets,
Brooms,
A.11 PBIOES LOWEE THA1T EVEE-
We are determined to sell REGARDLESS of - PRICES, and
Sink the Corks to the Bottom,
FOR CASH OR PROMPT PAYING CUSTOMERS !
No Trouble to Show Goods. You are invited to call and see Us, when
You come to Townll
We are receiving NEW GOODS EVEBY WEEK and you will always And the Latest Novelties
AT
Bottom, Prioesl
AT
T. A. lJLRrnXlST & SCOT'S,
"The OLD CORNER STORE," Main St.. McArthur, O.
wis!!
OF NOTIONS INJHE COUNTRY!
tics in Xcck-tles. Bows, Collars, fcloves and Ho-
AT
FAIL TO BE POPULAR!
Baskets,
Sirups,
Cigars,
Raisins,
Madder,
N.O. Molasses
Tobaccos,
Candies,
Indigo,
Logwood,
ME !
THE
BALTIMORE GAZETTE.
A Leading
Democratic,
Commercial
AND
SZD Tf Mntnln. cti.tbtiit. Aililnvfnl pnmmnn tn.
a variety of Miscellaneous Matter, Special Telo-
. ' 1 .11 .1.. LMnl.. n.wl n....iofll. Vni.'fl
u((inillH. linn mi inn f uiuikimiii'i uinv .
received bv tho Associated Press, and having a
large and dailv Increasintc circulfttloo, It is ono
of the heat Ad'vertlnlnir Mcdlunil in the Coun
try.
TERMS:
Dally. In advanco 0 00 por annum.
Weekly 1 80 "
ftjjr Specimen copies sent gr atli on application,
AiUroii,
" WELCH, TAYLOR ft CO.,
106 Baltimore itreot,
Baltlmoro, Md.
DENTISTRY.
H
AVINft oeen engaged In the study and
. i n n A n.ni .in. tn flrfMAn VAarfl and
kjb UinUHUDVI Ullkin,IJ .-- -
Ia.bI n...Hnna. In TanlrsAtl foralY VaarB. &nd
hivtna availed mvaelf or all the
Modern Improvements In Cental
I would respectfully say to tho oltl
MoArtlmrand vicinity that I am fully l
izons or
nrennr-
ed to manipulate all the various branches ot tne
sclonce. Prlcei a, low as the lowest. Work at
good as thr best, Persons coming from
5 distance wtih.ng to remain until their work
Is dons will be entortalned at my private resi-
jArililli niiu Tii iiii.j " i 1 .
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
U,eu In extracting icein, renuonm limn -traction
oomparatlvely painless. A female at
tendant alwayi ot hand to wait upon ladles.
Give me a oall. ., .
8.T. B0QQE99, Don tilt.
MayW.WTWy Jaoltion.O.
ON MARRIAGE. Happy Relief for Yoxng
Men from the effects of Errors and Abuse,
In early life. Manhood restored. Nervous
debility cured. Impedimenta to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
lent free. In sealed envelopes.
Addrcs HOWARD AS800IATIOK, No.
8 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pft. 1-tf
IS the BEST and CHEAPEST Independent
Family Newspaper published. It contain,
poatt-iioht columns of reading matter, is
printed la the neatest style, on line, white pa
per, and published at the low price of i a
year, and
EVERY SUBSCRIBER
Receive! a Beautiful Chromo, worth (he
money Invested, thus receiving a naar-OLAia
Weekly Newipapor , , ,
FOR NOTHING!
JBafSeml On Dollar for a year's Sub
scription, and Ten Cent for postage on the
Chrome to the Star Publlnblns; Coni
VB7t CiachaAlUi O, ,
THE NEW DISCOVERY
In Chemical and Medical Bcianos.
Dr. E. JP. GARVIN'S
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
or
ssQ. JCJ
PII18T AND ONLY SOLUTION ever mads
in ons roixtur, of ALL THE TWELVE
valuable native principals of the wsll known
eurtir pttnnt, .
PIXE TJIJEE TAB,
TTNEaUAI.KL In Coueha, CoWs, Catarrh,
Asilim.i, biuucliltis, and consumption.
cu uiay avixiioux fail,
A recent cold In three to fix hours t and alao.
JrtT1IT,AJ'I81',0,PUEIFYINA and STlI
MULATIKC1 effects upon tba genaral system,
is remnrkablv elUcacious in sll
DISEASES OF THB BLOOD.
Including Bcrotula and ErupUons of ths skin,
Vyspepala, Diseases of the Liver and Xidasrs!
Heart Diaease, and Gsnaral Dsbility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES t
ALSO, A
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION', wlthomt appUeatlon of
HEAT. A remarkably VALUABLE diseovsry,
us the whols apparstua can be oarrisd in the vast
pockut, readv at any time foe the most sSsotual
and positively surative use in
All Dlaoaaes mt the NOSE. THBOAT
and LUNtisC
TnB COMPOUND
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
tot un In ronnsatlon irlth ths ELIXIR TAB,
la a combination of the TWO meat vsluabla
ALTERATIVE Mediciuaa known- la the Pro.
feaalou, sud random thia Pill without SXoapUen
ths verv beat ever offered.
The bOLUTIUN Had COMPOUND TCT.TTTB rf
I I J
JL. XX sJLaXf
is without doubt tbs Beat tsmsdy known la
oass of
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a Bpeelflo for suoh dissases, and should be
kept in the household ot every family, esptoially
during thoas months in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to prevail. A imsll quantity taken
daily wlU prevent oontraoting these terrible
diseases.
Solution and Compound Ellalr, (1.00 per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation, $9.00 pet Bast
Tar and Mandrake Fills, Mots par box.
Sand for Circular of POSITIVE CVREsl
to your Druggist, or to
L. F. HYDE & CO.,
SOLO PEOPHIUTOSa,
110 2C. 22U St., JVsrw Fork,
A Splendid Success. More Agents
wanted to soil tb'e Life of
Hon. 0. L. VALLANDIGHAM.
Written hv his Brother. The most popular ana
raplil-scllfng Hook that has been offered to
Agents In the West for a long while. Liberal
terms offered. A gouts make as muchtos
100.00 per week.
For Circulars, address TRUMBULL BROTH
EUH, Publishers. Baltimore, Md.
July io, iina-sw.
LOOK HERE, EVERY
1IODY!
Call at Gunning's Drdo Stori, in Will's
Building, and toe thoie Fine Oil Fainting,,
Chromol, Photographs, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are for sale very cheap. They
are so beautlfull
S2Kn.i, ;"r wit
eur Ciroulira anil aniplci,
-T- - uionvii sinu n.erjiiflCR liiw
.1 U....I ' .
. M, brKHOBft
rnisiuuru, f u
RAEE CHANGE FOB AGENTS-
AOENT8, w will pay you $40 per WMk ln euh
It yoa will rtpw with fii a owoi. vrrthlnc
jr. A. ILW UO.' Ctiirlott. Mieh.
AGENTS WAMTFR & f!-
traled with Steel Engravings. Bulling largely.
This Tolnms contalna brief aketchea of the mort
Unclnuatl 0 MI,"T- M.BKTT8 A CO.,
"P?J?.0!5ACY!. OB 80UI- CHARM-
.it .7r . " """" Kx y fu" 'ova and
Tui? Vf nriI"B th.y cCoiHw. inalantly.
k. .n V . i . -."". ii will poHew, SN
by ma 1 for 40 eenta, rogntiin with s m.rrl.r. iuldo
Eiyptlan Qrsole, Drasmi, HmU to Udlea," A.
W.VJi ..xcU,n5 bo"k- lOU'OOO oW. Add2ew T.
WILLIAM tfc CO. Publlibara. PhlUdelphU.
AGENTS yANJ.ErDi8?3qAMP4iofr
. . jhuhuaui uiH ui inn iiuiei lor ail
parties. Illuitrated. OneAgeet sold 60 in thro
rtays. Also, for Lift snd Times of Prfsldent Grant,
by Hou. J. T. Headley. Bplendld Steel Portrait of
ih hT' "'Onat. $8W) a month made Mlliog
K. B. TBEAT. Pnhllnlinr Ai nv.rf ur v
' i .vw.nHl m, ,
AGENTS WANTED
For GOODSPEED S
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
BOOK.'
The irrMfcwnlr nffhn van -a a...
pam,75oto. An immense sale priiaranseed. Al-
BOOK AGENTS
Now atork, or looking for son ntw Book, will
mlsi i it if they do not. at once wnU for clronlars of
... . i. niuniieu. cxiraorainarr In-
flnoementaoffered-, Profltsmore than doubla monoy.
Saw York' F' KEED' 189 E"""h B'
AGENTS WANTED for ih Llvea of
GRANT! GREELEY!
till! r r mt ..... .
WILVUNI tJHOWNI
And til a laflHIntT rriAn all
Steel portrait, 'ihat tne
masoa evurywhofe. Agjinta ip
ucoeas. Seifd Tir'CTrctnai'trnd
Over 40
.no uuuk wanie
ieet with wondArfnl
nnce. Addrew ZEIGLEli A McCUUDY. ma t...-
. ooiiu iiir i im arvnn avrr Awitn -
Stroot. OlDomostl, Ohio.
'AGENTS WANTED ! !
Por-the liveat book en the far woat aver written
Buffalo Land,
By W. E. WEBB. Jaat ready. The myat.rlea and
marvel,, lb. mighty plain, Miy "nd uuthn.lW
IlUnoif. ' PulU,h,r'' Olnoinnatl,0., or Chicago
LTOM V. : .:"'"V2.'." JTO ? . M. HAM-
forming color. - oro sua nearly pnl
ti eo'"cted a. to b. chanred and ili
2f llni? J?? Jbr Cir.nlsr to'
. .1..11.1UH, no. a aonta Pay Bt., Baltlmors.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
For Coughs, Colds nd Horseness.
These Tnhltli
tlOn With nth PI' ofYlnianf 1.. . .
form, fortheceof alTlmoAT andTOo
viioami
HOARflnWaa anA TTviv n . ..... .m
, . v ..v, i.iva i ui LI1U X11HUA1
are inimciiinti.lv miiaun. i . .
. - .i".. wiiu s.iiisiiiuiiis ur
constantly being sent to the proprietor of relief
Incoses of Throat difllmiltics of years atandinn.
1 lllf I Il " ueceiveu ny worth.
V 1 1 Jl less imitations. Get only
J tKhv0''"- ''"'eoffents perllox.
Send for Circular. Solo Asrcnt lor the II. S.
KENNEDY'S Hemlock Plaster Price, Vol
Hemlock Ointment, Price 50 e.
. Pfonrietor hsa suoeeedcdl In
JSE: utilising the medicinal properties
eii of (.be TleiiiloeK Tree, ana
obtained a valuablo preparatlonlto
in ine uu. rttcn ana
i.iii(iiirii BiiiHiuv. or piaster lor
rheumntlsm. Crotin. Pain or sore.
ncs8 of the Back. Chest or Stom
ach, Piles Salt Rheum, Scurvy,
Bores, Ulcer Bunions, Sore Corns,
Frost Wtes,Chlll)lHlns, Sore Nip
ples Brensts Ringworms, Oha
nngandBkin diseases of inflam
matory nature.
.innw n. Panir
Olnclnnatl, Ohio,
HORSEMEU use Hemlnok tlnlmsnti curel Pool
EvU and ,orei of all descriptions.
It is not a utivHlA whtvh mav irlve temrjorarv
relief to the sufferer for the Ulrsi few doses, but
wnion, irom continued use brings rues ana
kindred diseaios to aid in weakening the Inva
lid, nor la it a doctored liquor, which, undor the
popular name of "Bitters' Is so extensively
aimed off on thepubllons sovereign remedies,
Ut it Is a MOST PUWKRPUL I'ONIO AND ALTERA'
Tivb, pronounced to by the loading medical au-
uiuniiunui unuon anu roris, ami naa oeen.
Ions uaedbv the revulnr nhvalniana of other
oountrlet with wonderful remedial results.
Dr. Wells' Extract of Jin
retain! all the medical .virtues peculiar to the
f iant snd must bo taken as a wonderful cura
Ive a Kent.
Is there want of action In vor liver aad
spleen? Unless relieved at once, the blood be
come, ImDurs bv deleterious secretions. Drodu-
olng loroiuloui or skin dlsesses, Blotches, Fel
on,, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ac, Ao.
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purify and re
store the vl tilled blood to healthy action.
Have you a Dyspeptlo Stomach? Unless
digestion ia promptly aoded the system Isdebll-
iiatcu wun loss or vital rorce, poverty oi me
Blood. Dronslonl Tendency. General Weakness
or Latsitude.
Take It to assist dlgestlen with reaction, It
will Impart youthful vigor te the weary sufferer.
Have yon a weakness of the Intestlneef
Yon sre In danger of Chronic Marrhoea or toe
dreadful Inflammation of the Bowels.
Take It to allay Irritation and ward off ten.
deney to inflammations
Have you a weakness of the TJtsrlne or
Urinary Organs? You must procure Instant
relief or you are liable to suffering won than
death.
Take it to strengthen organlo wsakneis or
life beooraei a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
the system In perfect health or you sre other
wise In great malarial, mlaimatlo or contagious
diseases.
JOHN Q. KELLOGO, 18 Piatt It, New York,
Sole Agent for the United sttatei.
Prise II per Bottle, lend for Circular.
EveryMan his ownEhysiciam:
C-A.TJTI01T.
TI1K Immsnas demsnd far Halloway'i Pllla and
Ointment, has nemptod nnprlnolpled parties to
oounterfeit lh.ee valuable msdioinee. In order to
protMt ths nublln snd ourselves, ws have iHUed a
new "Trade Mark," eonalstlngof liyptian olro Is of a
Mrpent, with tho letter H In the centre. Kveryhox
of llallowajs Pills and Olntinenta'wlll hsrs this
trade msrk on It; none srs genuine without It.
N, Y. OBsMicai. Co., Bui. Proprietors,
18 Mnlden Lane. Mew York.
John D. Paist, OlnsluBsti, Ohio, Sole Agenl lor
the (State. -ly
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