npprri? in axAnJ Rtnrv of Bowen's
BiiHdlng, North Blclo oj Main Street, Knat of
J. V. BOWKN, Editor.
August 28, 1872
National Nominations by the People.
B. GRATZBROWK. ' :
; NtESIDMTlAl LCIOB AT LABOK,
Tboroai EwIbk, Jr.
OWEN T. CUNNING,
Of Vinton Comity.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR BKCKKTABT Of BTAT,
of Wayne County.
. JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE,
of Franklin County, i
. MKMBKB OF BOABD OF 7UBL1C WORM,
, ISAACS. BILET,
i of Licking County.'
SAMUEL A. NASH, '
' , Of Gallia County, i
FORCOKHOMTUSAg JUBOK, ; , 1
JOHN T. MOORE. ' ;
. . . Of Pike County. ;
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. COUNTY TICKET.
. :i ; i " roRiHiRirr, '
GEORGE W. FILCHES. ' .
GEORGE E. COOK.
FOR FROBATI JCDOB,
HERMAN B. MAYO.
, JOSIAH B. MARTIN. '
GEORGE VT. GREEN.
. CAMPAIGN OF 1 873.
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The campaign of 187S bids fair to bo one of the
mo at excit!ng8in our poli tical history. For the
Kurnoso of assisting In the dissemination of the
Urine of political reform, Thb McArtDCR.
Kxquikbr will be sent during the campaign, or
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Address, J. W . HO W r.n ,
Editor and Publisher, McArthur, 0.
Moetings of tho Democracy and Liberal Re
publicans will bo addressed at the following
times and places: ...
ers. Mayo and Claypoole. , '
VINTON FURNACE, Saturday evening. An-
(rust 81 Speakers, MoGIUirray and Shlvel. ,
ALLENSVILLE, Monday evening, September
8 Speakers Claypoole, Mayo and McGllll-
DUNDAS, Monday evening, September 8
Speakers, Gunning and Shlvel.
STEVENS' SCHOOL-HOUSE, Harrison town
ship, Tuesday evening, September 8 Speak
ers Mayo and Claypoole.
RICHLAND FURNACE SCnOOfi-HOUSE,
Richland township, Wednesday evening, Sep
tember 4 Speakers, Claypoole and Mayo. I
ANDERSON'S SCHOOL-HOUBE, ; Jackson
township, Thursday evening, Boptembor 5
Spcakers, McGilllvray and Shlvel. -
CANNY '8 SCHOOL-HOUSE, Kuox township,
Friday evening, September 4-8poake Clay
poole and McGilllvray. ' ,
TWO-MILE SCHOOL-HOUSE, Brown town
ship, Saturday evening, September 7 Speak
ers, Shlvel and Mayo.
ALBIN'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Swan township,
Monday evening, September 0 Speakers, D.
B. Shlvel and John T. Foreman. '
O'BRIEN'S SCHOOL-HOUBE, WllkesviUe
township, Tuesday evening, September 10
Speakers, McGilllvray and Claypoole.
CENTER SCHOOL-HOUSE, Vinton township,
Wednesday evening, September 11 Speakers,
Claypoole and McGilllvray. . .
DARBY'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Richland town
ship, Thursday evening, Septembor 1 Spoak-
ers, Foreman and Mayo. ',..
SAMPSON'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Jackson town-
ship, Friday evening, September 18 Speakers,
Mayo and Claypoole, . ' ' '.
Sl'EAKMAN'S SCHOOL-HOUSE, Eagle town-
ship, Saturday evening, September 14 Speak
' ers, McGilllvray and Claypoolo.
Tna AcMWrTCoTnmwteertothvr! town
ships will make the necessary arrangements for
holding these meetings.
By order of County Central Committee. ,
The report in circulation
that Grant, if he should be re
elected, intends making H.
Kikerb Jones cf McArthur, in
North America, a member of
his Cabinet, is false. , Grant
wants a fellow who can "speak
pieces" without declaring that
"Robert E. Lee ia for Gree
ley," when in a Btate of enthu-sen-asm
as Well as at other
times. : !- ' '
The ravenous and greedy
; McArthur Ring . are induBtri-
i ously urging Democrats to vote
for that portion of the ''set up"
ticket they are so ' anxious to
electGeorge ' Holland for
Clerk and George Kaler for
Sheriff. ; The Ring does up the
lying and electioneering, but
no Democrat or .Liberal Re
publican will , b deceived by
Grant's pap-suckcra and place-
hunter.. ,, , . i.
BEGIN THE HARD WORK OF
Democrats and Liberal - Re
publicans of Vinton county I
The Prelimirmrv work of the
State, District and County
canvass having been completed,
and an excellent ticket placed
in the field, there is nothing
now to be done but the great
work to which all this was pre
paratory. We are encouraged
to see the campaign open with
all the advantage to the Dem
ocrats and Liberal Republicans
that good candidates can bring.
The union between the Demo
crats' and Liberals on the Na
tional Ticket has been success
fully extended to the Congres
sional ticket, and will be sub
stantially extended into the
details of the struggle. It is
time now to begin the hard
work of the canvass. We have
all the elements of success. We
have a National ticket which is
acceptable: a State and Dis
trict ticket which is admirable
in the personal worth and fit
ness of its individual names;
a County ticket which every
Democrat and Liberal Repub
lican can and will heartily sup
port, because every man is
thoroughly competent; and we
have a large popular majority
in the county to elect the entire
ticket with. Our duty is to
bring out this majority at the
October and November elect-
Agreatarmy cannot be a
very useful on unless all its
forces can be formed in line of
battle in time of need,
ballot-box is the decisive
strength and merit in
system. Votes are of no
ue unless they are polled.
uncast ballot is of no more val
ue in an election than an un
discharged bullet, in battle.
"We sometimes 'hear Demo
crats say there is a popular
majonty of three or tour hun
dred in this county; our duty
now is to prove it. It. will not
do to sit down satisfied with
the contemplation of vague
and questionable estimates of
superiority, ior our. opponents,
while admitting, that superior
ity, have imposed on them
selves the task' of overcoming
it by trading votes and circu
lating falsehoods. Such a
thing as this is not . possible if
oui rrieuaa uo men uuijr m
every township. They ought
to do their whole duty, and
seek to secure such impressive
majorities in Little Vinton in
October and November as will
humiliate and overwhelm the
worshippers of Grant on Long
, .rr . ' ml ' 1 L "
Urancn. mere is out one
great means for effecting this,
and . that is ORGANIZA
TION. The Democrats and
Liberals should be organized
and enrolled in each school
district throughout the county.
Tin not depend wholly upon
the Central Committee to take
care of vour. respective town
ehip3. Democrats do not take
kindlv to centralism ' of any
kind. .'Self-dependence and
individualism are the genius of
the party, ahd .they should put
them in exercise now by leav
in( trie Central CommiifeB to
take care of the general can
vass. There is not a man on
our ticket to repel anv Demo
ocrat or Liberal Republican, or
leave him an excuse for voting
it; or, declining to vote.
un'tne' contrary, ;h posseses
merits that' will . attract . the
votes of , those good citizens
whe haye loose , party attach
ments and usually take the lib
erty of voting for the worthiest
men, whoever they may be.
It is a ticket that every Dem
ocrat and. Liberal Eepublican
may not . only vote, for, but
work for, in the full confidence
that its election will be a gret
benefit to all. - Let the work of
organization then begin at
OnCC' , ' :' '; "
1 R. E. Reese has receivedjin
vitations from the committees
of the southern counties in this
district to take the fetump in
that locality, during the cam
paign. 'Mr. Reese is a fine
speaker and will do good ser
vice in the ' district 1 should he
' We should be pleased , to
hear Mr. Reese Bpeak in this
county ,;. i; ;: , '
GEN. THOMAS EWING
WILL SPEAK AT
Jackson, Friday, August. 30.
Let the Democrats and Lib
eral Republicans of Vinton
county attend the meeting.
An ox will be roasted aaa a
grand dinner prepared for the
thousands expected to be present-Pass
the word from
neighbor to neighbor.
Passengers carried for half
fare from Hamden.
Democratic and Liberal
Republican Mass Meetings.
The following Democratic and Liberal llepub-
llcan mooting are hereby announced:
Meetings for Gen. Thomas Ewing.
Jackson C. H., Friday p. in., Aug. 80.
Canton, Tuesday evening, Sept. 5.
Now Lisbon, Wednesday p. in. Sont. 4.
loungsiown, inursuay evening, Sont. o,
arstown. Thursday evenlnir. Son
Cleveland, Saturday evening. Hunt. 7,
Sandusky, Monday evenini
roicuo, i uesaay evening.
Ottawa, Wednesday p. m., Sept, 11
u npiiKonnna, xnursuay p. in.,
Marion, Friday, p. m., Sopt. 13.
ronton. Mondav aftornoon. Sunt. H.
Portsmouth, Tuesday afternoon, Sept. Si.
Meeting for Hon. Cassius M . ' Clay.
Batavia, Tuesday p. in., September 10. '
Portsmouth, Wednesday evening, September 11.
ronton, Thursday p. ml, September i
allii)olis, Saturday p. m., Septcnilier 14.
juiuuieporc, eaturuay evening, Keptembvr 14,
Morrow, Tuesday p. in., September 11. .
Meetings for Gen. Aquila Wiley
wausoon. Wednesday, p. m. September 4,
Ccfina, Saturday p. m., September 7.'
Ilatavia, Tuesday d. m.. Beutembcr 10.
Portsmouth, Wednesday evoniug, 8optember 11
Ironton. Thursday, p. m., September 1.
uniiiiioiis, caiuruay p, m., beptemuer 14. '
MiddlejHirt, Saturday evening, 8eptemperl4.
Morrow, Tuesday p. m., September 17.
Xenia, Wednesday p. m., September 18.
Urbana, Thursday ovoniug, September 19.
Bellcfontaine. Friday, n. m.. Simtemlmr SO.
Kenton, Saturday p. m., September 1W. -
Meetings for Col. J. 0. Lowe.
Ottokoe, Wednesday p. m., September 4.
ltrvan. Thiirflilnv rx ,11 Hnntnilwi K
Cetina, Saturday, p. in., September V '
Meetings for Gen. Durbin Ward.
Grecnvillo, Tuesday p. m., Septcmlwr 8.
Mt. Gilend, Wcdnosdny p. m., September 11.
Gallion, Wednesday evening, Septoniber 11.
Meetings for Hon. P. Van Trump.
Greenville, Tuesday p. m., September 8.
Sidney. Wednesday" p. m., Soptember 4.
Lima, Thursday p. m., Septembor 8.
an Wort, Friday p. in., September 6.
Defiance. Satunlav n. m.. ftnntimlur t.
Naiwleon, Mondly p. m., September 9,
Pcrrysburg, Tuesday evening, September 10.
tawa, Wednesday evening September 11.
Wapakonetta, Thursday evening. Sentcmber 14.
Meetings for Judge J. C. McEeemy.
Sidney, Wednesday p. m., Soptomber 4.
Lima, Thursday p. m,, September 6.
Van Wert. Friday p. m., September 8.
Defiance, Saturday n. m.. September 1.
Napoleon, Monday p. m., September 9.
crryauurg, xuesuay even
evening, September 10.
Meotlngs for Hon. J. B. Jones.
Marietta, Wednesday afternoon. Sontembor 18.
Athens, Thursday afternoon, September 19.
,,,... .. 1 . J . , . J". 'a ,
Ironton, Monday afternoon, September 28.
Portsmouth, Tuesday afternoon, Soptcmbr 34.
Meetings for Col. 0. N, Goulding.
Monroeville. Tuesday evening September 10.
Shelby, Wednesday evening, September 11
Mansfield, Thursday evening, September lJ.
Newark, Friday evening, September 18.
Meetings for Hon. W, H. Oldham.
Monroeville, Tuesday evening, September 10.
Shelby, Wednesday evening, September 11.
wuubuuiu, rnursuay evening, boptemner li.
Newark, Friday evening, September, 18.
Meetings for Senator Trumbull,
ColurabusTMoaday evening, floptomlier 9
Dayton, Tuesday evening, September 8.
Cincinnati, Wednesday evening, September 4.
Meetings for Judge E. F. Paine,
Mt. Gilcad, Wednesday p. m., September 11.
Gallon, Wednesdny evoning, September 11.
Norwalk, Thursday evening, Soptember 13.
Fremont, Friday evening, September 13.
Elmore, Saturday p. m., September 14.
Maetinnfor Hon. r.H Hurd.
Wauseon, Wednosday p. m., September 4.
nrvan.Tiiursiiay p. ni., acptemuero.
Napoleon, Monday p. in., Soptomber 9,
Meeting for Hon. M. J. Sonthord.
Joint discussion with Judge Marsh.
Zancsville, Saturday evening, September 7.
Coshocton, Tuesday afternoon, Septembor 10.
Newark. Friday afternoon, September 8.
New 1'hlladelpUia, Tuesday evening, Sept. 17.J
Meeting for Hon. W- D. Hill-
Norwalk, Thursday evening, September 18.
Fremont, Friday opening, September 18. .
Elmore, Saturday eveulng, September 14.
Meeting! for Senator M.W IUnoiJi.
Logsn. Tuesday p. m., soptemoer it.
HAMDEN, Friday p. m., scptomberW.
Meeting for General Morgan-
nollofontalne, Friday afternoon, September W,
Kenton. Saturday afternoon, September SI.
Other appointments will be made in a row
days, County Committee wttl make all neces
sary arrangements for holding those meetings.
E. B. Eshbliian, Secretary,
Bpringnciii, Saturday evening, Sept. 14.
Marietta, Wednesday afternoon, Kept. 1
Athens, Thursday afternoon, Sopt 10.
l'omoroy, Friday afternoon, Sept SO.
ForFmePerfoiaery, go to Sis
son's DrupStor. -
Some of our readers no
doubt notioed epmowbere in
print one day last week, what
purported to be the result of a
vote taken, a few days ago, on
the Presidential question, at a
raising at aastj. xitu o, unco
vies wbsc or town. duauuoii-
Hi ,. P
to say tu6 mw"J "
VIIO AAV two - - a
were children, some bb:Q?
fnnffl hrpn'weekfl'.. bid. . and &
portion being '.- women, ; Jhe
one -vote tor ureeiey was oy
an elderlv ladv.
m. , . L i
Tne above is a correct, joouik
of that baby election. Won-
aer u ine ntue luiauw w
old enough in October to vote
for TT&W and Holland for
Sheriff and Clerk V
The father of the Ring can;
didate for Sheriff has been in
office or seeking office for thirty
train WtrtrA tDl' less. His 8on
Oftorrrenow comes forward
under direction of the McAr
tbur Ringites, and asks the
people to elect him Sheriff.
The Sheriff's office is .their
particular desire, upon which
the Ringites will make the con
test and center their hope, ex
pecting Democrats to pall the
chestnuts out of tho fire for
them. Let Democrats and
Liberal Republicans pay no
attention to the pretty utories
told by the Ringites. . Touch
not, handle not the unclean
KKlilbltlug the Number of Horace. Cnttlu,
county Auniwi., iur mo yearn unti i7, a roquli'oil by noolion 1 of the Act "to provide for tho ptilil Icutlon or mo nuiii
ler of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, lloga, anil other unguals rotmued tot taxation," paued March IB, 1800.
NO. OF HOUSES,
Ashtukula ... .
liutlor. ....... .
Cnrroll . ,
Fulton .. ,
J 1 uncork
Mulua, Kte., lioi nud lloirs, returned to
NO. OF CATIM.K.
' 150 .
OFFICE OP THE -AuTJIDITOIR OF STATE.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, JULY 80, 1872.
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy, taken from the.reports of the soyernl
County Auditors, as returned to this Oce, 5
the Auditor of Stute'a Olllee, by the several
NO. OF BIIEKP.
NO. OF HOGS.
JAMES WILLIAMS. Auditor of State.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, VINTON COUNTY OHIO.
McARTHUR, August 19.1872.
I hereby certify tlio foregoing to be a true
copy of the original now on file In Offloe.
W. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton, Co., O.
Patrons of Husbandry.
We were pleased to receive
call on Monday afternoon
rom Col. D. S. Curtiss, of
Washington City, Deputy at
Large of the National Grange,
an organization which is na
tional in its scopo, the purpo
ses ot which are for the mutual
udvanceinent and improvement
of the furmere. Col.. Curtiss
spent half an hour in our sanc
tum, and, during his stay, gave
us much information relative to
the Granges. .
The organization is founded
on the firmest, widest, -and most
scientific principles, and great
ly aids fanners in procuring
information and education on
all topics useful to them, and
by It they WV Pe better awe
at all times to take advaptage
of tho markets and control the
prices of their products.
Col, Uuvtiss, aa we learn
from the logan Sentinel, has
done, a good work in establish
ing tb,is Qrdep in our adjoining
county of Hocking,' havjng got
ten upseyepal (granges in towns
in that county, and he is pw
in "Vinton county prepared, and
ready to address meetings anu
qrganize Granges among the
farmers, wherever they desire
lifrvi Thfl Farmers maV rest
assured" that- the Order will be
of the greatest, advantage to
them wbereper they join and
faithfully attend ts wGrjj.
havft bftan reauested to say
that a meeting will be held at
the Court House, in McArtnur,
kt 2 o'clock, on Saturday alter
norm nr f. far the tmrDOse of
organizing a society. Ine
meeting will be addressed by
Col. Curtiss, at whicb, time lje
will fnll v exnlain to the far
mers the purposes pf the soci-
tefv Let every farmer, accom-
! y'- i. fcand daugb
panied by his v.. " . fha
fer, be sure to attenu k
meeting next Saturday and
hear Col. Curtiss talk about
the objects and effects of the
noble and beneficial Order.'
The McArthur Ringites
think they can get along
through the campaign without
the least assistance from the
"WilkcBvillo Clique," as they
sneeringly call the Wilkesville
County Union Sunday
I'ursuunt to a call, the friends of the BpaiUy
School cause met In McArthur, August 85th,
ami decided to hold a County Union Sunday
School Convention. Tho following oncer were
H. H. 8WAIM, 1'i-esident.
T.'D.iDATIS, Vice President.
RICHARD CRAIG, Recording Beoretary.
J. 8. IIUIIN, Corresponding Soerotary.
8. W. SHERWOOD, Treasurer.
M. R. Barnes, )
H. W. Co ultra p, ( xocutlya, .
Gbo. W. Hoixasid, V
L. O. Perdue, Committee,
C. W. Holland, j
auxiliary executive committee.
Elk Touiwhip.J. T. Foreman, E.J. Winters.
OUnton. Ralph Watson, 1). B. Dye.
WllketMlt. M. J. Carr, John Miller.
- Vinton. George Knox, George Roblnot. '
JTnoi.-Clarlt McPherson, G. W. Kanode.
iTadUon.Um. Elckotts, John T. Craig, Jo
Brovsn, Rov. StepUonqn, George Walters,
5wfl.-GeorgeW. Johnson, John S. Wither
poon. Jatlion.DT. Teters, Robert Barnhlll.
ntoMand.-V?. 8. Crow, J, A. JUrtlndlll Wm.
.ff'fljrkon.-WlllIara Clark, MTarous WaUor.
SagU.-J, W. Wilkinson, J. T. Smith.
The Executive Committee met and fixed on
the ieth day of September as the time for hold
fllnif the Convention. ' Each 8unday School la
the County is entitled to one Delegate. On the
ittx tho various' Sunday SdhooU of the oounty
roquested to coine In and hol4 I'anA Bas
ket Celebration la Arnold's Urove. ProvUlon
hat been made for delegates who oome In on the
18th. A fine Banner will be presented to tho
township bringing the largest delegation on the
17ththedologatlonto be estimated aooordlng
M the population of eaoh township. The Aux
friary Executive Committee are requeued, to go
to work tarnestly, an'd notify the Sehools In tholr
' ih dlqgates are requested to bring Into the
uqnyoijtiqn eqinptote, reports h-o( u-,-.
Those wishing nfo.tn)at'lqu re8)0Qtlng the Com
ralttee will correspond with J. 8, Huhn, com
petent Instructors will be In attendance,
H. SWAIN, President.
H. SWAIN, President. RICHARD CRAIG. Secretary.
The storm of Thursday aft
ernoop extended over a great
nart of1 Southern Ohio,; At
5-11 - .fUniU
inca were unroofad and two or
three persons injured, A
froung man named Jacob Fel
enstine, a resident of London,
Madison county, was so severe
ly jnjured by a falling roof that
he died at 12 o'clock of that
nigbt. Arthur Goodrich , aged
fifteen, wnose parents reside in
that city, had his sku tractor.
' '- ha is 8i4 fa. fee pujt of
ed, ouo . , uhuildf
danger. 1 he damage io .,
ings will probably, amount to
At Marietta the storm was
severe. Th e new Masonic Hall
and a number of other build
ings were blown down. Seven
persons were buried in the ru
itsone being killed and four
badly wounded. ,
Tub comet vru fiztle.
J. M. McGillivray, Secreta
ry of the Yiriton Oounty Dem
ocratic Central Committee, is
in receipt of a letter from John
G, Thompson, Chairman Dem
ocratio State Cm mitten, in
which Iih stntes that Gen. Ew
ing will positively he m t Jack
son on the 3Qth, Let every
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they are particulurly ultod. Thny will In n abort
time bring on tho nionlhy porlod with ngularltr !
and although very tiowornil, contain nothing hurt
ful to tho constitution. In all casus of Nervous snd
Splnnl Alluctlons, Pulns in the Back and Limbs,
Fatigue on eliirlit nxortlon, Palpitation of the Heart,
llystnrlcs end Whiles, tlioy will otlnct n cure when
all other means liive fiiilcd. The olrculara around
etvh packs eeglvo full diroctions end advice, or
will bo eont freo to ell writing for them, sealed
N. 11. In all cuos whore tho ommm cannot be
olitul nod, Ona Dollar enolosed to tho Sole Proprie
tor, JOB MOKKd, 18 Oortlandt St., Now YorkLWlll
rviire a bottle or the genuine, containing Vlity
Pill,, by roturn mall, etcurely eealei from eur
knowledge of ita coiitouU.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
nilTAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
(inre Oooaus, Golds, Astuua, BRonontTtii, Soki
TunoAT, IloinsiNans, Dirrioui.i ltiiBATniNO, In-
OiriKNT OOHSDUPTIOlf AND IiDNO DlHlASEB. Thny
hnvo uo tMto of medicine, and any child will take
tlii'in. Thommnde have been restored to health tlmt
lnd before despaired. Tostlmonv given In hnnilrnd,
ofca'.os. Ask for UKYAN'S PULMONIC WAFKI18. '
I'rlro 3.1 con por box. JOB MOSES, Proprlo
tlSoxthllldHtrootiNolrYork. ''HE GREAT FRENCH REMEIJY:
PELATrtAUTlE'S PPF.CTFIC PILLS,
Pii'Piirod by J. OAUANCIEUH
No. 914 Ituo Lombard, Paris.
T'mse nllla are lilnlily recommendod by the entire
Modlail Faculty nf Krnnoe ue the vory bpst remedy
In all (laei s of Hpermatirrhoia, or Somlnal Wnak
lings: Nlirhtly.Diiilynrl'mnoriM'sEiulBslons; Sox
lial WeikneBSormpoHncv," Wonknoss arising from
Sonretll'ibltsandfieximl Kvoessos; if elasation of the
Genital Organs ; Weak Bplno ; Dopoaltalnthe Urlno,
and all the ghoatly trnln of Dlsoosos arising from
Overase or Eioeaaos. Thny oiire when all otherrem
odles fall. Pamphlotof Auvioe In eaoh box, or will
be sont Fcco toany addross. I'r Inn 8 1 per II ox.
Sent by moil, loourelyeealedfrom all ooervation,ou
rmierntof nrare. OSCAKfi. HOSES, IHOohti.andt
Ht., Nkw Yong, Sole OorwrRl A unit for Amerlcn.
Is widely known
ns onq of the most
ever discoverotl for
clcansiii" tlio syg-,
tern turn jiurifying
tho blood. It liuti
stood tho test of
years, with a con
stantly growing rep
utation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as te be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination, Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of tlio skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Dolls, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St, .
Anthony's Tire, Rose or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt llheum, Scald
Head. ItinRWOrm, and internal U
fjeratlons pf tho Uterus, Stomach,
aud. layer, h ajs'q cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep-
slo, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and
Leucorrhooa, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
it is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetito and vigor of tlio digestive prgnni
it dissipates the depression and, listless Inn
guor of the seaspn. Even where no disorder
appears, people feol better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
Dr, J. CAYER&CO., Lowell, Mass.,
frqttieal ond -4ncJji C7imff,. .
pqU) BY ALL DHUQGISTJ EVErtYWHEUK.
Kveiy your lritTuiiiitJ.'i tlio iippulnri
ty of this vftluable Ilnir Pi ppamtion
wliich is (lid tq merit nloiiQ. We
cnu assure our old pntronx tlint it is
kept fully to its high standard j
and it is the only relinLlo undpeifepts
ed preparation for rostorlns Ghay
oh Faced Haw to Its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken,
The sculp, by lu use, bocomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonio prop,
erties, prevents tho liajr from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
tho hair-gltirids. By ts use, tho hair
grows thicker and stronger. 1 In
baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal figor, and,
will firqatq a ngw groiytK pxccpj r
extrerrie old ugo," It is the mojt cooi
noiijlciil I'Iaih PnicasiKO ovor used,
as it requires ibwer nppllontions,
and gives tho hair n Bplonold, glossy
appoaranoo. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
State AsHttyorof MnHsachuBetts, says,
"The constituents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality j
and X consider it tlio Hbst riucpA
lUTiO for its inteiidod purposes.'':.
Soli by all DrngaUti.ahtl iknier in MuttUuit,
" Prloe OnJ Dollar,' ' ' '
BuckiKham's Dye. .
"git xiiiii wiiiaKEKy.
Aa'oiir Nowo'' !!!"!i!iiiy"
. lonrx a tluio, And too
requires v . ' "
much cure, to restore gnty or iuuu
Whiskers wo have prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which will
quickly and eilectunlly accomplish
this result. It Is easily implied,
and procjucos a color which wl
neither rub nor wash off. bold by
.all Druggists. Price Filly Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL, & CO.,
NASHUA, K.U. ;
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