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The McArthur Enquirer
Spirit ti a death-trnii are nu
merous enough, awl the jdiyei-
ciU ones arc tar lroni lew. The
pliysiciil oiH-s are usually set
for poor men, hanl-vorkin;,
daily laborers. Scores of poor,
industrious, ham-working ? pa
rents, and toiling youth, are
daily caught iii these death
traps.; "They are usually set by
rich nYe contractors, owners
of mines, for factories, and reck
less peculators. The coal-pit
is'iiiade a death-trap, and scores
a iv caught at one touch of the
trigger, ft costs a hundred dol
lars extra to make things strong
and safe and what is a poor
man's life io such extra pains
and expense ! If those rich
mine-owners had to descend
shafts and dig in deep under
ground passages, they would
look more to the security than
to the cost of things.
Here is a large, high, tall
building to be erected. A light
tall scaffolding spring like a
mushroom by its towering walls
Its slendfr timbers rock and
sway before the gentlest breeze.
Up to those dizzy heights the
workmen go must go, or he
dismissed, and take home no
bread for hungry mouths. The
weight is too great for the weak
scaffolding, and down, down,
amid word, and iron, and debris,
the workmen fall four more
men caught in a death-trap !
Hotels such as the Fifth
Avenue, in New York are an
other style of death-trap. But
the poor girls that cook and
scrub, toil and drudge; must
live nearest danger must die
first, and die most miserably.
They are shoved off up six
flights of stairs, through nar
row passage-ways and into
mm attic-rooms. A fire breaks
out at midnight, and the flames
leap up and glow and roar be
fore the chamber-doors where
thirteen servant girls are ripe
for the holocaust. The death
trap has been sprung, and thir
teen charred bodies are borne
out from amid ashes and cinders.
Why does not humanity pro
test against these man-traps
that wealth and avarice and
mammon-worship have set for
the industrious and hard-working
of the land ? Must men
of wealth and position and in
fluence be suffered to burn up
and butcher with inpunity their
emoloyes, and thus bring sor
row and want to many homes?
No; if contractors, capitalist,
and speculators, have no regord
for poor men's lives let the law
visit justice upon the unjust
and inflict due punishment upon
those, that set traps of death for
such as are most wothy of all to
an ugly name now
applied to such religionists as
have selfish hearts, thin heads,
narrow minds, large self-esteem,'
and no charity. Webster
says (some men always go to
Webster to learn their divinity)
a bigot is a hypocrite one
"obstinately and blindly attach
ed to some creed, opinion, and
illiberal toward the opinions of
others." The word comes from
the Spanish bifjofc, a "mus
tachio," or whisker. Its origin:
the, .Spanish papist' soldiers,
who persecuted and murdered
the poor Christians, wore heavy
"niustaehios" or bigotes hair
on their lips. From this these
persecutors came to be called
"bigotex" or whiskered-lip men;
but soon all persecutors were
ranked with tbo hairy lips in
name, and were called bigots
from their spirit, even when
the lips were smooth.
riairg ledh. So fur. did the
word pass over to a symbolical
meaning, that where the per
secutor had a smooth face or
lip, the hair was said to he cou-
cealed. ' Thence arose the
phrase, lhair on the teeth;"
and now it is some times grave
ly declared that a savage Insh
' man has "hair on his teeth." I
know mvf?clf vcrv well that
' there are biirots who wear no
beard. The colored man's defi
" nition of a' bigot ' maj apply
on v to the smooth laces. A
bigot. waitl Sambo, j "is a man
P .'i ' -..jit 1 a.:. -i.
who know a lime 100 mucu
Mbr one Jnau, , and. hot ; quite
enough for. two; " ' ' ' ; .
Mv own idea of a bigot
that flnv man will' till the bill
''who would -reject uiifv, jingle
tifollowpf of-'.rc'tius wlios Jieart
niul life is ntrht, on accoun of
Ajiy yupi aVKtid i;rt6jt 0f:CppWOD,t
-n n i j 1 1 ! Xt4 4td it
inOTJigOt. niuy rrnu ti r iawiu
I. Cor. xv. 24 2ft.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
On and after November It, 18Ti, Trnliw will
ruu at follows:
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CINCISSATI KXI'HKSS will run daily. All
other trains dailv. except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXFKKSSJ, KAST, make1' no
stop between Ilamdeu and amicus.
4:00 p. m.
11 :45 p. in.
0:15 a. in.
ia:S0 p. in.
THAI N H CON N KIT AT I.DV K LAND
Forall points on the Little Miami ltailroiid,
anil ni ine iDiiutimpuii!. a . iiuiiiiuui ihtur
road Junct ion for all points West.
W. W. PKAHUDY, -'
' Muster ol Transportation.
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TIME TABLE. Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
S hort Line to the taken nml tlie North
two nxriiKss tkaixs haii.y
Athens 0:30 n. in.
Columbus 0:50 n. in.
Cleveland 3:55 p. in.
Pittsburgh 8:15 "
Indianapolis 6:5 "
'2:15 p. in.
5:40 p. in.
MO a. in.
2-M n. in.
Chicajro 6:30 a. in
12:10 p. in.
Ilavton . .
Close connection made at Lancaster fm- ( ir
cleville, Zanesville and nil points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley ltailioad.
Direct connections made at Columbus lor
Davton, Spriuglleld. lndianaiulis I lilca'o
anil all points Wt-sU Also, I'ur ( leviland.
ItnlTalo. Pitlsbnrsh, and all point- Knt.
Tako the Hocking Vulley and I'nn Ilnmlli'
routo to Chicago and tho Noi tlim sl; it is Hie
shortest bvsixtv-fcix miles giving pa--si'iigei s
the Itencdt of quicker time and loner rales
than by nnv other line.
.1. W. DOIIKIITY, Su.t.
K. A. DfELL, Ucn'l Ticket Agent.
Ohio and Mississippi Railway.
H Is the shortest, fjuicke-l and only lio.nl
running its eutlrc trains through (
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLK
Our arrungcincnts and coimei'lions with all
lines from St. Louis and Louisville are per
fect, rolinblo and complete for all points
WEST AND SOUTH.
This is the Shortest and llest Route Io Kan
sas City, Leavenworth, Atchison, St..Ineeph,
and to all points In Missouri, Kansas nnd Ne
braska. Through Tickets and full Informal inn to
lime and fare, can bo obtained at any It, II.
office or our office in Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, East riiHsentrer Agent,
1 1 NC I N.N ATI.
W. B. HALE, Gen. Puss, and Ticket Agt.,
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R.
On and after Monday, November 11, 1KT2,
trains will leave nail nrrlvu at LaaciiHier,
(.Sundays excepted.) as follows:
SanrtManit Mail, Awouiiniiiliilloa.
Arr. 10:40 a.m. Air. 7:04 p.m.
, UOINO EAST.
Arr. 5:50 p.m. Arr. R:S0a.m.
Direct cnnucctlons made at LANCASTER
with trains on the Columbus and Hocking
Vn lev Itailroad for Athens .McArtlmr, nil-
licothe, Portsmouth, Marietta, and fort olinn-
"i limit connections ninile at ZANKSVILLK
with troins on tho HaltlmorH ft Ohio II. R., for
Knt'rn Cities; at MOKitoiv ami ii(r.Miir..
JUNCTION with trains on tlie I'liisiiuigii,
( incinuati A ht. 1ni Is Itailroail, l.a-t and
West. It. II. HAILlil, Oen l Ticket Ag't.
C. V. Waitk, Hiiperintenileiit.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and west.
Only Direct Itoute to the National Capl-
loi son fiMiwiiiiii
On and after Monday, SovcmOer ill, Trains
will run as follows; (
C O Am
1 VI I'm
Ilni-imm l-Vrrv. . . .
I a -M Pin
0 :o Pin
4 00 Am
8 00 I'm
1 SIM "
o r. A in
Pullman Palace Drawing Eoom Sleeping Can,
Which are as comfortable, elegantly furnished
and almost efiunl to s flio-sldc. nro on nil
trains from Cincinnati to lialliinore and
Washington. KeeHehedulo of ( liicliiiinll and
Marietta Railroad for time of arriving and de
parting from Me.Arthur.
1 n-i'l ..I...! . una nf III S TOlltC flVCr all Otllcrs
is. that It gives all travelers holding through
llckcM tl.S Prlvlh'iro of vlsllliig ' ;"'.
I'hllaflelphla, and HieNationnl Capitol fiee.
Time quicker and rates of faro lower than
VtaSrX-it- this Hallway is not
equalled for jrandeuron till Continent.
TO RIlIPrKltH Or FRK1G1IT.
This llni offers superior liiiluceuieiils the
rates being one-thlrd lower in nun i in.m J'"
U,n, Nework, or any ol her eastern point,
fa ordf-rln goodsof any description from the
Kastsrlva directions to snip mo iiinini"i .
Ohio K. II.. and in sntiuiing t.iwi
re" tlons. VridghU sn(ipe. by tfils route wil
h..d.nntrh. and he handled with euro anil
"" "WW" n,u, h-. ,n0,")V;r. l, WILSdM, ' .
blaster Transorlntln, Ilnltimore.
O. R. BLANCHAIID,
" ii, a, ttnlflmnre.
-W - MiLni A rr't Hal I lllHirA.
KrprrM I. lux
BMAin II 40 I'm,
il 8.- I'm 3 :):) A m
6 0:1 " SM "
B8U " H'M "
B 5R 8 -n
10 00 " 10 00 "
V8T Am 1 50 Pin :
015 ' 4 10 "
I DO Pin DMAin
13 M Am It V I'm
1145 I'm 8 00 "
8 00 " 4 05 A in
fiSO " 4'W "
ISM I'm (I Ml " 1
6 00 " 10 M "
S " I
. P. JONtS,
iio. Pa. Ag't.. Cincinnati.
TIME TABLES. BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
and uflor MondHy, May SWh, 1671. Ex
Ti'iilnawlll li'ave Ciilumbiis and trout
lino mill nrrivo at points named l'low ai fol
( (iliiMil)ii. . ..11 a. in.
Ciretliuu 14:30 p.m.
( level ami.... 8:15
4:10 p.m. St:S3u.m
6 :-25 4:M)
6:45 a.m. 4:40
t:U0n.in. 1:30 .ra
Nuiirura F'ls 7:oa. m.
N. Y. City..
I:'.!0 p. in.
Civstliiio ....13:45 p. m. 6:35 p.m.
I'llt-lnupU.. :85 l"J5a.in.
llarrlsliurg . 7:15 a. 111. 11:25
II.iIiIiiiihk... 10:40 i:40).m.
uliinittiin. 1:10 p.m. A:95
riiilulvliliiall:15a. in. 6:15
6:45 p. m
:I0 a. in
(.'ri'stline ....ll:S0p. m. 7:45p.m. 5:55a.m
Kni t Wavno.. 5:.'10a. m. 1:15 a.m. 11:5
Cliinigo ... li:10p. m. 7:-J0 6:U0p.m,
fijy" No. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. in
has a Throuirh t nr via Delaware forKnrina-.
Held, reaching Spriuglleld without change nt
7:JO n. in.
Train No, S, on the ( oliiiiibui ft Hocking
alley Kallmau connect with o. 4 tram,
Thmui'li Tickets for sale at Athens.
1'Ass KMi tit TltAINS returning arrive at
Columbus at I'J :86 a. in., 11:15 a. in., and 9 :60
j-SrPalace Day and Sleeping Cars
on au Trains.
No. 0 leaving Columbus at 2:35 a. in., on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
both lOiic nnd New York Central Railways.
arriving nt New York on Moudav morning lit
0:40 n. m.
tor narticiilar information in rcganUto
through tickets, lime, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North nnd South, apply to
oraiiiti'CHS r.. rutin, i ominous onto.
E. H. FLINT, tien.Sup't.
lieucral Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Pnssonger Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Tlirongh Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
This is tlie Short Line via Indianapolis.
The Ureal Through Mall and Express Pas.
senger Lino to St. Louis. Kansas I it v. St. Jo.
soph, Deliver, Sun Francisco, and all points in
in i-suuri, nnusHs nnu toiorauo.
Tlio shortest and only direct route to In
ll..ll,ll,.,lia I ..fn.'A,... rrAHH., llu..l. i'......
.....u',,-, iiin. v,,,., iviio -Kiiiuti-, niii-
bridge Citv, SDringlleld. Pcorliu llurllnirton.
Ihicugo, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and all points
111 1110 iMH'tllWCSt.
Tho IndinniiiMlls. Cincinnati A Lsfuvette
Railroad, with its connections, now offers
passengers more facilities in Through Conch
and Sleeping Car Service than any other line
from Cincinnati, having the advantage of
1 lirongh Daily Curs from Cincinpati to St,
Louis. Kansas Citv. St. JosmiIi. Peoria. Kur
il ngton, Chicago, Omaha, ami all intermediate
points, im'scnlmir to Colonists and Families
such comforts ami accommodation! as are
ntlordcd by no other route.
Through Tickets and linggngc Checks to all
Trains leave Ciucinunti at 7:30 a. in., 3:00 p.
in., nnu v;w p. m.
Tickets can be obtained at No. 1 Hornet
House, corner Third and Vine, Public Land
ing, comer Main and River; also, at Depot,
corner i nim and lean streets, Cincinnati.
lie sure to purchase tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati ft Lnfavctte Railroad.
(i. L. 11AR1UNUER,
Master Transportation, Cincinnati.
Chief Ticket Clerk. Cincinnati.
Great Through Passenger Route.
TO KA.VSAS. XEBJlASk'A. COLORADO.
.V: II' MEXICO, VTA U dc J'A CIFIC COA ST.
IS VIA THE OLD HKLIABLB
Il.'iiinibnl & St. Joseph
SHORT LINE, VIA QCINCV.
Til HE K FAST EXPRESS TSAIXS
ross the Mississippi at Ouincr. nml Missouri
nt Kansas City, on Iron ltriiies, with Pull
mini sleeping palaces und palace dnv roiu'hes
nun (Jiiinrv to St. Joseph, Knhstis Citv, Den
ver.Nebraska ( ity and Omaha, withouteliange
All the great through Paoger Lines from
the Kn-t coiinerl with the Hannibal nnd St.
Joseph, by way of Quincy, securing passengers
lie liillowin gad vantages:
LOOK HERE! READ THIS!!
'l ilf mo't eleirant und siiiniituous tbronirli
Drawing Room Sleeping Palaces ami Dav
iimcIics run in the World.
J lielarge.-t nnd most convenient depots and
'hrfiiigli llaggage Arr.iiigeinsnts in theCni
Tile front rivers nil liridircd. avnlilinir nil
transfers and ferriages; nnd nil who are posted
will consult loiiifiii t ami economv, by Inking
tliis route to Kansas Nebraska, Colorado and
the far West to the Pacific Corn-t.
fKi" lie sure your tickets read bv this old
reliable line. For sale at all Ticket Offices.
For Denver, ( heyenne, Suit Lake, Sacra
mento nnd Sun Francisco, passengers have
choice of route, either rin Kansas City and
Deiuvr. first, .los.iph ami Dinalin.
All connections riu Otiinrv nre direct nnd
rfi'i t. L. O. LYFOIt'D, Gen'l Suii't.
P. II. C.KOAT, General Ticket Agent.
i DimnSTHA.TQaS f? A T.T!
Ill iiiirsiiuncu of an order of the Probste
ourtof Vinton County. Ohio, we will oiler
or sale, at public auction, on
Saturday, March 8th, A. D. 1873,
nt 1 o'clock, p. in., upon the premises, the
towing described real estate, situate in the
ouiily of Vinton, ami the Statu of Ouie, to
Ileglnnliig at the North. East rorner of
Section number seven (7), in Township cloven
Viijoi iutugu HiAiecn iv)t in me uaio lyOin-
lany's rureiinsu; llienee west on the north
ine of said section, sixtv-foiir (M) chains and
lllty (W) links, to the center of Rig Raccoon
reek, thence down said creek to the mouth of
Hewitt's fork; thence up said Ilewett's fork
to ine east line ot said section; thence nortn
twenty-nine ()) chains and flftv (CO) links to
tlie place of beginning, containing one hun
dred nml thirty-six and fine-fourth (19)
acres, be the same more or less.
, upraised at HKd.W.
Tkiimmopisai.k: Ono-thlrdcash In hand, one-
third in one year, and one third in two years
from the day of dale, with interest, the de
ferred puyiiH'iils to he secured by mortgage
upon the premises told,
Administrator and Administratrix of the
estate of Henry Furgtison, deceased.
Feb. 6, 1WT8 ttl.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
1'ildle of &irii Bubo, drcraitd.
Tho undersltrneil lias been nnnolnted
U nal i lied ns Adm in isl rat'r of the estate, of M ra.
Sarah Hobo, late of Vinton county, Ohio, do-
ruaseii. uaieii mis ixin uny oi renruary, a.
HEXRY HEYXOLUH, Adm'r.
I'mlMt Court, Vinton County, Ohio:
Notice Is hereby irlventliat William Wan
ley, Ounrdinn of John W. and Joseph W.Cot-
ireu. m i no, nns uiou ins accouiiis witu said
wards, severally, for nnrtiul settlement, and
that (he mine will be beard on thebtli day of
.usi'cii, A, i f, irn.i, at 1 1 O'clock, A. .
II. li, .MsYO, I'robute Judire,
Ki-b. la, 1878 It
Jgest Thing in tho West.
ATC1IIHON, TOI'KKA ft SANTA i'K It. R.
THREE MILLION ACRES
SilmUf tn and ntnr the Arkttnmt ValUy,
the Flnttt Vortion of Kama!
Kli'ven years' credit. Seven per rent. Inter
est, per cent, reduction to
settlers who improve.
A FREE PARS TO LAND BUYERS I
THE FACTS about this Orant urn-Low
I'rires, lma Credit, nnd a Rebate to settlers
of nenrly one-fourth; a Rich Koll and Hplen-
din i innate; snort and mini winters; early
plnntlnir, nnd no wintering of Block ; plenty
of Halnliill, and Just nt the right season ; (Joal,
Stone and iirlck on the line; Cheap Kntej on
Lumber. Coal. Ac: no bind) owned bv tiuocu-
lators; llomesU'Hil and Pre-emptions now
iilmudont; a flrsUclas Itailroad on thellneof
great Through Itoutc; Products will pay
for Land and Improvements.
TJITTT STSR OP.
FI RED TO THE PUBLlO, througir the recent
Juitl ireulart spj jcnorsl Information, a4-
Uiess a.jv. J l)4JUja, M
Manager Land Ti'i
O. i . i ' ' . ,(..'. I . i. t . .1
BLOTTERS, DAY. CASH, JOURNAL, LEDGERS. &0.
PAPER 6c B1TYELOPBS !
STANDAED INKS AND STATIONERY I
JS. O. SWIFT,
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Have pui-chatcd O. T. (il'NMNC'S Drug Kstnbllshmeut,
IIT "WIUL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
And cau supply the people with the
Choicest Bran, Mefliciues, Chrmicals, Paints, Oils, and Dye Ms,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Glass, Lamps,
SXUrFS, TOBACCO iiu.l ( Hi
A US, BOOKS,
Wines and Liquors, for
And will constantly keen on lunula WKLL
are usually in llrstk'lass Drug Stores, which
Lowest Cash Prices!
Particular attention w ill be nalil to illilnr
tlons, Family I oihikuiikIs and preparations of
he pure and genuine. We invitetlioso wishing
n-u fihnll i. ia ..iLr...llAH
" b..m f,t,v (.,l?li Mull.
DRAFTS Si RECEIPTS,
No-w. Firm 2
mid Choicest Drugs!
STATIONERY, KAXf'V ARTICLES, I'ER.
a choice lot of
Medicinal Purposes Only!
SKl.F.fTKD ASAOHTMEVT of such srli.-les as
will be sold at tho
Orders, and uuttlnar un Prcscrln-
all kinds. 1
M'o warraut every article we sell to
nrticles in our Hue to call, as we are conUdent
jjjlO.000 HOW TO OBTAIN IT!
AGENTS WANTED, rn rl icnlars nnd snm-
iilpssenton receipt of stamp. NOCAl'ITAI.
t-L r.ss A it l . Aitiiress
M. IH TTOX & ( 0.,7t llromlivny, X. Y.
Catarrh, Consumption nnd Rheumatism
immedinte relief nnd a permanent cure
uaraiueeii in every ase. I'articuiiirs sent
lw. Address I LIMON .MKHICAL IXSTI-
TCTE, 147 East 15th St., X. Y.
PBKOKS OF YOUTH. Utiles and I've
U scriptions Hint will euro any case of Sem
inal Weakness, Emissions, Ac, and restore
lost nianltood to perfect health. Sent I'iikk
TO ALL, by one who lias sullcred and is now
cured. Address, with stump, EpUAll THE
MAINE, .Station 1)., Xcw 1 ork.
OVE AND 5IATBIMONY TlicnirociUni
mavbo Kaiiied bv folliiwinir simple rules.
and all may marry happily without regard to
weaitnBiro orneautv. Adlnss. with stamn.
Madam Lucille Ulmaiihe, Bible House Sta
tion, X. V. Dee.4-ly
LEMON & WEISE,
Tho old and well known Urin of I.cmon &
Weise. of I'llTSllUltlill. IA., Miiiiufuctureri
Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
HAVE REMOVED TO
NO. Ill FOURTH AVENUE,
Oonosito their Old Stand.
Where they continue the business in nil ilx
JgSTABLISHED IN 1838.
T1IE LAROEHT AND BEST STOCK OF
West of tub mountains,
OP OUH OWNMANUFACTI RK, will be
found at the MAMMOTH FORIUTUltE ESTAB"
C. Q. HAMMER&. SON,
The newest and most approved styles of Fine
and Medium Furniture, in birder variety than
any otlwr linusn, ut very reasonable jirices.
l'ersons furnishing houses would do well to
write for our new circular, or when in Tilts
burgh we respectfully solicit n visit to our
wnrerooms. ilon't forget tlio place,
46, 48 & 50 Seventh Avenue,
We Challenge tlie World In prices for
same quality of material und workman
of our goods. nov'I-iim
A Great Offer I
481 Broadway, .T
'Hit dttpoit oKE W PI A XOS, ilELOI)EOK
OUOAXS, of tlajlnt-elam mal-ert, includ
Wattrt', at very low prices for cash or
part euth, and balance in tmull monthly iilHtiil
mtnli. Feu 1 -octare fimt-rlau 1'IA FOX, Mod
ern improrfinrnt,for 275 nmh, Aow readi
CONCERTO I' AS Lull OROAX, the moil
beautiful etyte and perfect tone ever made. II
luttrated C'ataloguei inoilal. Mtet mimic and
Mutic Alerehandiee. nov!l7-3ni-wAe
" OiBLI I KICCEirr," " GOOD M0S1TIH3,"
k - IPRINa FLOWERS," "STJMM KH rLOWERS,"
" AffAU " toa All-EKr,"
.Wllk Dm Ki SCTIC WHKI.I aS nu SIT rilBIS-i
TIAs AT nOlta (CoofolldatM), for $4-00,
.Tws t IhaM Cbramoi m Ilia ilaa of "WU1
llttl sod faal Aalwrii" UiaaUwri
BatwHtMfi farilahtl AT ON CI
will IbSr ctroaim.
tas aaka batttr Urma .
. wllb natuan wllhany i
. A. i.
CT. ATM AGENCY.;
OLDEST IN TUB STATE.
B. F. BROWN & CO.,
lit BmlUiflold St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Collect Tensioni. Donntlcs. Prize money.
Ac. Speclsl attention paid to siisjieniled
andralected claims. Application! by mail at.
ta4de4 to at If made la ytivm, pov9T-(in
Ihe Hamden Foundry Company
Havluff purchased (his well-known Foundrv,
nt Ilaniden. Vinton Countv, Ohio, and sup
p led it with all the
Latsst Styles of Patterns and Uaehiiiery-
At trent expense.
aro now manufacturing
every description of
WARE. PLAIS HEAVY CAST-
....... ., .,,,., i li.ll.. I1D. X IAi
m;s vm Ft iiNACKs.siiAri'ixa,
STOVES, URATES. FRONTS,
CANE MILLH. WAGON
And Castings of JSvery Description
The attention of tho public is called lo the
jrreat variety of
COOK AND PARLOR ST0VEPI
Which tliey are maided to sell" cheaper than
el-en heiv. The great ailvniitaffo of pnrchaf
nir Moves nt this Foundry Is, vou don't have
to pay ewiruiUiit p,ce forod'd plates for re
pairs as you do when you purchase elslwhorc,
A (,'oml assortment i f
Slieet Iron & Copper Ware,
Kepi on hand. Tin's Fouudry, being a
A ml the proprletoi - iiraetlcal workmen, who
attend strictly to I., (ness, we can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them ui,
t to the uconla nt the
wnotesnic prices i,
offered by Vintiiii
wnnl a good urtic'
it hieh the same goods are
i ouniy neniers. ir vou
:il a lovr price, give lis a
Highest price ' I for old Brass, Copper,
and scrap iron.
Persons desiring astlngs for Patent Rights
ill please send u. . lieirorders.
Repairino of s i. Kinds Neatly i.onk.
HA it VEX Fi I XDX Y COUP A X Y,
September S3, ltns. Reed's Jlilb. V. O.
Plitculeo ai I Manularlurei-,,(
SAW AND 3RIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers', &o.
Clarksbm-.o, West Ya.
THE Grist Mill
Iron Frame, and
being portable, are on
STRONG, DUl: ABLE. EFFICIENT,
And tho lest Mill ,, or made for all kinds of
grinding; can be m ily attached to Kaw Mills
or any other pow. und warranted tn grind
Flour and Meal of a suporior qualitv at
greater into of s.med than any other Mill,
without heating or other dlfOcultv the
weight being 1,40-J .iQitnds, oce.uuylnir only 8
feet sfiimro on tin- iloor, Will ftrliul K) to 60
bushels porhotir. If within thirty clays, the
Mill dons not prove satisfactory, it mnv be rc-
lt,,.nn,l ..w . . .1 .l,nl ......
,t.,,( un,, iii,,ui-tm, .1,1 an uiiiii (jcb ruii.n'ieu.
Harts Por f-IIole Borer,
is gttnrin.i .'d to make two holes to
one of an, other; Uoea Its w ork rap-
uiiy unu " i iecny.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONE DAT!
No fan' I i nn be found with It aftef
trial. Hen- to any one on trial who
will send r.m the endorsement of the
Post Masi'r. Agents wan ted.
Clarksburg, W. Y'A,
Farmer' and others can see the
Post-1 lot llorcr at the Enouirkk
' OK EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Arizona Diamonds !
'' 1 Mi IN ., . ,, ''
SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD
. WA s-KASIED. '
No. 38 - . Fifth Avenue
(January W lm
Solomon Hhlpley. I'lalntlir,
' John Crown, Defendant. '
Before John T. Itlack, J, 1. of Madison town
ship, Vinton county, Ohio.
On the 18th day of January, A. D.18T3, said
Justice issued an order of attachment in the
abovo action, for the buiii of nine dollars.
Said cause will ho for hearing on THURS
DAY, the Dili tiny of MAIICII, A. I. 1K78.
Notice Is horcbv crlvcn that undersl
has been annotated and nmillried ns Admlnls
trator of tlio Kstato of Rebecca Darkless,
Into of Vinton county, deceased.
February 5, 18i8-w3. Adiiilnlslrntor
To Provide for the Issuing; of License
SUCTION 1. llElTOIinAlNKIIBVTIIKCofNCIL
OF TIIK iNCOKPOKATEU 1 1,1. All K OF iMcAB'
Tut'K. That it shall ho unlawful for an v ner
son or neisoiis within the iiicoriioralu limits of
siild village to peddle, hawk, sell or oiler to
sell in pin, lie miction, or privaio i-ato, any
goods, wares, nieiTliandixe or notions of liny
kind or di'sii iition whatsoever, unless sue
person or pcri-ons shall llrsl have procure
from the Mavorol' Bald Village (or in ease of
Ibo aliKcni i or inability of the Mayor, from
I lie Clerk ol aid Village,) n license Ir that
Ski'. 4. The Mavorlorln case of his absence
or inability, the clerk.) is hereby niitbnrize
to gi nut ami issue license to any poison ni per
sons for the nurimses nained iii the 111 A sec
tion of t It is ordinance, ami In a-k. demand
nnd receive lor the same not less than One
Hollar u r mora than Kilty Dollars, niul sue
license shall parliciilarly specify the amount
nl' iiinnoi mi I'ci'oivcil I'lirmilil license, forwhli
purpose,' ami the length of time for w hich It is
ski", a. Any person or persons violating the
lnovlsions of tlio llrst sort ion of this Ordi
nance shall, upon ( on v ii t inn thereof, be lined
in nnv sum not less than One Dollar nor more
than 'Fifty Dollars, at the discretion of I lie
'litis ordinance shall lake elfeit from and
alter duo publication.
.1. W. DELAY, President pro (em
MORRIS EVANS. Clerk,
l'nssed February t), la.
BAPTIST Dl'RIHN. of Knox county. Ohio,
John Durhin. Oeorge Dtirhin; .lime, wife of
Daniel Horn : Rebecca, wife of Ellis Ashuurn
James Durliin, .Mori in Durbin, lienrge Dm-
liln, Samuel iMirlmi, llaptlst lUiroui, lienin
mill Durbin, Joseph Durbin; Anora, wife of
Dial; Hannah, daughter or John
r. .1... ....... ...i. n...i ...ir.. ...i r....
l-IIIMIII, ,11-, .-,7VII , 1,11,1 11V ,'l IIIHl ,'4 ,1 1 , ,
daughter of John liirliin, ileceaHcd; and wife
of ; W illianiTrulliiiger.nnd.la
cob Triillinger, residing in Fayette enmity
Illinois: Anora, wife of Mlchal Jlatii. tlv
Mary, wife of Nullum Matingly; Joseph iur
liin.Mary Hiirbin and Emily D'ttrliin, residing
in Muskingum county, Ohio; Elizabeth, wife
of Martin Englc; John Durbin, William Dur
bin, lioorgo Durbin, James Trulleiigcr; Mar
tha, wife of Joseph llechlol; Louisa, wifo of
joint .Yinrsnaii, residing in ivuox county
Ohio: Francis Durbin and Charles Durbin. ro
siding in Tuscarawas countv, Ohio; Hiram
Triillinger, residing in Aslital'iiila countv, and
Michael Triillinger, whose place of residence
is unknown, will take notice thai Patrick
Kelly, executor of James Durbin, deceased,
of the count v of V in Ion mill Shite of I Hi in. iliil.
ou tho 7th ifay of January, A. D. 1878, lllo his
petition in tlie Court of Common Pleas, within
and for said countv of Vinton and State of
Ohio, ngtimst the said persous hereinbefore
mentioneii, (icieimaiiis, seiting lorin tnnt no,
Patrick Kelly, was the duly appointed nnd
(nullified executor of the last will nnd testa
ment of James Durbin, deceased; that the
nelsons mimed in this notice nnd mailo de
fendants in said action, were relatives of the
said James Durbin, living nt tho time of his
decease; iniu lie, i HiricK jveiiy, as executor,
litis imposed oi nil ine properly spccillctiuv
Dcqiicatncu in sum win as therein directed:
and that llnptist Durbin, defendant, brother
of said James Durbin, deceased, claims nil
the balance of said estate to the exclusion of
all the other relatives of said James Durbin
that in said will thcro Is doubt mid amliiiriiitv
ns to who is entitled to receive the balance (if
snid estate: and nskinar the court for a con
strtictionof said will, and for direction ns to
Ibo manner in which he, the said cxcculor,
shall distribute tlie funds remaining in his
Said petition will be for hearing at tlie Fel-
ruary term ot salt court, conmienc nir Febru
ary 11 Hi. or ns soon thereafter as the same can
lie Heard. PA lltll v litl.l.l .
Ily John Mayo, his Att'v.
January 8, lSTU-tiw.
Beware of Counterfeits !
fflR MnQCC SIB JAMFS CLA It TIE'S
VUIIIVULV Mi HALi;
art Bttentivtlu oonNTItnFEiTr.n. Dishonest Tlrut-
giett endeavor to sell the counterfeits nniakerrrnater
profile. The genuine have me names.! oil Rinses
oneaenpavcatre. Atiomeri are .oormiett tnmuttont.
The osxuisa Pills aro unfaillnein tho euro of nil
thoin pninfiil nml dancrornus dUoasos to which tho
female conntltnt Inn lasuhinnt. Thnv morlorutn nil
exceeaos aud romuvo all obstructions, from what
TO BIAnniED IADIK3
theyaro partlcuLirly euitod. Tlioy will In a short
tiros bring on tlio montny portoa imnrcralorityj
endalthouchrniv nowerful: contain nothing hurt
ful to the coii'titution. In all cmcs of Nervous and
Rplnal Airectloin, Palm in the Dick anil Mmbi,
F.illiruo on sllc''t OTortlon, Palpitation of the Heart,
Hyatnrics and Whites, thoy will etfoct a cure when
all other moans h ive failed. The circulars around
each pacWe elvo full directions and advice, or
will be sent froo to all writing for them, loaled
N. B. In all cnoi where the okkdiki ennnot be
obtain"'!, One Dollar enclosed to the nolo Proprie
ty, JOB MOSK3, 18 Oortlanilt BUNow Vorkwlll
li'itro a bottle of the genuine, oont ilnlnij Jiity
Pills, by roliinl miill, eeourelji itaM from any
If iinnrlnrfirA nf tin Amilf.nfa.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BBTANS PrLMONIf) WAFEttS
fmre Uorjous, coi.na, asthma, Unosoums, Bonn
TllllOAT, ItOARSIsasa, UIFFIOCLT HllBiTlllHO, Is
CIPIBNT UOKSDMPTION ASO I.BSO DISIASBS. They
have no tade of medicine, and any child will take
them. Thouuinils iiavn been reitorod to health that
nail bofore dospilred. Tenrlmnnv irlven tn Imnnreds
of casos. Ask for BUY AN'8 PUbMONfO WAFERS.
Price .13 cen s per box. Son MOSKS, Proprie-
tor, ISOortlnndtS'ront, Now York
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DEI,AMATtTir,'8 SPECIFIC PILLS.
Prepared br J. UAKANCIKItB
No. 814 Rno Lombard. Paris.
These nllls nre hbrlily reoouomondod by the entire
Medical I'multy of Francs ss the yery beat remedy
in ail mure oi npiuinuMirriireB, or oeminni vreaa.
miss : Niehtly. D illy or errmittiefe Btnlsslonst Bex.
nal We'iknewor 'mporrnc;,' Woaknesaarlilngfron)
Bocrei i iioiM anu nnxum r.xcesies ; namiiillon of tna
Genital Orirans I Weak Bnlno : Benoalta In tha, TTrlnn
and all the cbostly train of Diseases arlalng from
Overuse or Excesses. Theyeun wbonsll otherrem
edles fall. Pamphlet of Ailvico In each box, or will
be sent feco lOiiny auaress.
iddress. Frlcn 1 per 11 ox.
Setajei from all observation, on
A KG. MOBEB, ISOorti.andi
Bent Dymau, .ocurrn
reentnt nf nrMifl. OHI
St.. Naw York, Sole (icnarol Acent for America.
PB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB
lent tins proved Dr.C'rook
merit tlinn any ulinlU
the public lb la rloh I
tlie medicinal 'malltleS'
Tht, ana unetitialed t
iliHensoa of tha Throat
IiOnfta, performing U
most remarkable rat rea.
eM'iirmt. most remnrkiiblo cures.
pffectually cures a I Cong1
sad Colds. Itbosoureai
mnny cnse of Astlirn
iffana Bronchltle, that
i'iSs nu8 lon pronounoedl
"W inaelfle fir tlieaa coll
nbiints. ForPnlnaln tti
Ilrenst. SMn or Hani
Urnvpl op Uldnev lt
ary Orirana, Jnnnlly
or any IA ver (lompluJC
It has noonuul.
t la also n nnperlor Tonic,
Itcstorn. Che Appctl
tswtnrea llio Weak antl Itcbllltalnd.
4!niiNOH tlie food to IHarea
llvNiieiiNiit nnl IriiliLremloi
rreveuts) ninliirioua i'
Qlvca (one loyourftjyuteiu.
THE "LIGHT RUHNING"
8. M. Ancnts,
It don't pay
you to liKili
the best Mil-
(Jet tho niten
cy and sell it.
"DOMESTIC!" 8, M.00, 00 ChambmSt., H,T,
i.rl fcyrs.; jj,; , .Y 1' rvsep
IM' i. WW
ISHAET'S PINE TEEE
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
It Is KnitlMng to us to inform the public
thai Dr. L.'O. C. Wlsluvrt's 1'lno Tree Tar
Coi-dlal, for Tliront nnd Limn Discuses, bus
f'uiuednn envliiblo reiuilutioii fi-oin tlio At
iintic to the rnclllc const, nnd from theme to
somnnf thn II rut families of KuroDC. not lin o'
the press alone, but by persons tlirnuu;hoiit tho
(states nctiinliv ueiieniicii null cuicu ui ma
olllce. While lie iiiiblislics less, so suy our re
porters, ho Isniinble to supply the demand. It
gnins and holds ils reputation
Kirst. Not bv slopping coujrh, V"1 '' ,HOS"
enliiffiind nssistiiiK natiiio to llnow off tho
uiiheiillliv iniillcr colleited about tlie throat
nnd bronchial tubes, vhlrh cuimee Irritation.
Second. It removes llio cause of in ilittion
(which produces coiih) of the mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists tho lungs
tn net and throw oil' tho uiihcallliy secretions,
und pm illes the blood.
Third. It isfroufiomsiiii!ls. lobollii, Ipecac
and opium, of which most tliioat niul lung
roincilicH are comiinsed. which ailav cough
onlv, mid disorganize tlio sloiimch. Itlias a
soothing efl'eet on tho stomach, acts on the
liver and kidneys, imd lymphatic, and nervous
reirions. thus reaciliiur to every nnrt of the
system, and in its InVigoriitiug and purliylng
effects it lias gained u ronuiiition wniin it
must hold nhove nil others in the market.
THE PINE TREE TAR COEDIAL,
WORM SUGAR DROPS,
Being under my Immediate direction, they
shall not lose their curative qualities by the
use oi cheap nnu impure nvticies.
HENRY II. WISIIART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
Dr. L. Q. '. Wislmrt's Olllce TarUirs are
open on Mondavs, Tui'sduys and Wednesdays
lllilll IF A. Jl. IU U I ., 1111 IO III, 11 1 1 II 1 11 til UV 4'1.
Win. T. Mngeo. With him nro nssociutcil two
consulting physlciiins of ccknowledged aliil
ll y. This opiioituiiity is not offered by any
other institution in the citv.
All letters miK be addressed, to
No. 232 North Second St.,
Noveinlier W), lH7'.'.--(im
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT.
'niKCJIiA.NI) l'HINCIl'I.E that operates In
these ivoiiilerful medicines, is the power that
Ibcv HOSHOXS in liiirilVinu Ibo Ini'iriil blood
ami expelling corrupt' Iuiiiioih from the sys
IIDIXOWAY'S 1'II.LS isist of u careful
and iiceulinr adiiiixtuiu of thu IIiicmI Vegela
ble ktracls, Herbs, nnd Medicinal Gums.
l'lissessing not n grain of mineral in their
coiiiblnulioii, they neverexposc those who uso
1 1 ii-ni io any Hunger, nt any time or Heason, So
mother need hcNitiito to inescribc them to
their children, nnd tlie most delicate constitu
tions i'ii n use them with as grout benefit us the
mol vigorous mid powerful frame.
hollow AY & in., Polk I'koi-kiktoiis.
7B Mnldcn I.nne, Now Yol k.
IIiillowuv's I'llls und Ulntmcnt nrn sold nt
S.V, O'Jijts nnd II per box or pot. A great sav
ing is inane uy uuying ine largo hizos,
J ICC, 4.
,-f- And the health of tlio tyatet
TKl will follow. Thcro 1st n prcpiiri
lion of Iron aml I'oke Hot
mora eiiectunl tuna nil oilier
which will romovo from voi
system tho impure nnd vitiate
blond which causes diseoao, an
nt tlio same tlmo build up you
lienltli and strength It neve
fall to cure. If yon )ia
ra or the Kye or Kitrs, o
' Nerof nla lu any Torm, Tei
lor, Whllo Swelllnir. 4.
Moron. Ulecris, or Ncrofuloa
iiiiininiiiniiiinH, you cau rel
on oelng ourea with this prepi
ration known as dminmIi
Compound Syrnp of fnk
Root. JIlbeniiiKtlMm. lnin
In liimbaor Ilonen,l'onsitita
llou urokeutiowiiby Moron
nui ur umer iionuinH. nra a
cured hvlU For Mviihlll.
Myphllltlo taint, there Is not t,
ln equal to it. A trial wll
Bcautliy your Comnlcxlon.
Do not nse nalnt or nowder. but not. ninm
permanent beauty by purifying your blooc
I Ills preparation of Iron hikI loke Koo
makes a rough nnd scaly slcl n soft und Hinuoii
shangoa thut Bullow complexion to ono c
rroshness and health, nnd romovo nny l:i-nn
immw. u.vv.ivaicKK.riilll.loiin. II vim ic Ui.
wj vMuunauiiuuiieilll.liy cilllinioXIOII IIMCl.1,
Jrook'a Compound Hyrup of l'oko ItooU
HAVING been engaged in the study and
tract Irani Dentistry for llfloen venrs. and o
local Dinctltloner lu .lack sun for six venrs.
and having availed myself of all tlio
tfodera Improvement! in Dental Solcnod
would rcsncctfitllv say In tho clll.cns of
McArtliur nml vlelnll v that I am fully pre
pared to niiinlmilato all tho various branches
the science. Prices ns low aa llio lowest.
Work as good ns tho best. Persons coining
from a distnnco wishing to remain until their
work is done will be entertained at my pri
vate residence frco. '
STtlKR SPRAY AXJ ELECTRICITY
Used In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively painless. A femalo
attendant always on hand to wait npon ladies,
Oive me a call.
B, T. H.MJGEt.Intlt,v -J
rpHE E0MANCE OF CURE I
The many evidences of extraordinary cures
that are dally reported ns effected through
rtendy Itoilef and l'erfeet I'ttrgativo Tills, In
written testimonials from all piirtH of tlio
world, suruass in wonder tho ntostoxtrnvagiint
miracle) of encluinlinenl. l'liysiciiins and
medical men In all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neltlier
thoirsrieneeof analysis or chemical skill cnu
explain.' Trim, these iiiediclnes ell'eet tho
most marvelous cures, ami restore tho dying to
life, aud relieve tlie most wretched pain-suffering
victim of his tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know some
of the Ingredient of their composition, and Dr.
Kndwnjt has published their formula (with
holdinglpnly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, German, English nnd American
chemists and pliiii iunceullsts utterly fail with
tho sumo ingredients ns prepared by them, The
great success, which Iheso wonderful remedies
aieronsiaiitly nchicving, lies in tlie great se
cret of combining the ingredients Together,
afterexercisliigdiiecare in selecting tlie pure
Such wonders of Modern Uicmistrv lis tlio
SAKSAVAIilLM AN IIKSOIAKNT, It KADI'
I1I0LIKK& HAD WAY'S IM 1,1.8, am without
parallel lu the History of Medicine, for there
are some in linn II ins ami diseases t liu l are con -Bldoredns
incurable, and sure dcitth. Yet tho
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remedies or some discilses that have nev
er been known lo be cured bv medicine.
( ONStMI'i'IO.N, bC'llo'Kl'I.A, W1IITH
SWKM.INO, Tumors in Hie W'oinli, .stomach.
Ovaries, Dowels, Ilright's Disease of the Kid
neys. Hint havo been pronounced incurable,
t.'itiieers, Ulcers, Swellings, Mono in tlio Jihid-
der, Calculous u returns, Ulcers and Sores of
the Hones, (tickets so ilceplv sealed Hint no
oilier medicines have been known to rencb,
have been cured by llio KAItSA I'AI'IIM.I AN
KUKOI.YKNT, bed by the ItliADY HKUKl'
Palsy, I'urnlysis, Dry Caiigeno that threat
ens a living-death dully roiling away of tlio
limbs and llesh Dialieles, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in tho llludder (the
KiiiperorNiiioleon's disease). Torturing pains
wJ'.Y!l ! i'"'!"r?i,"'f. l"'i",, III1KCWAT1HM.
(iOUTKUUAUilA-eaeh nnd every one of
these complaints though but n few of the
iiiiiny other diseases, Itiulwny 'sharsaparlllian
Itesolvent has cured and isdnlly curingiii all
parts of the world.
In one word, nny dlseaso-no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
Increased by bud, Impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood ran be cured
1.VT KADWAY'si 8A UH A I' A it I LLI A N UK
Dr,Kndwny&, Co, linve never claimed one
liundreth part of tho curative, virtues for their
remedies us isascribed to them by the people
whohnvo used them; for hear in mind, only
such diseases and coniplnintsas Dr. Uiulwnv,
aftersurcessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, wore enumerated in
their curative list, so that many of the extraor
dinary rases that have been reported nwuken
cdus much astonishment in tlio discovery of
their remedial agents as in those who iind boon
rescued from death, and mailo whole and
Asninny persons discredited their cxtraor
dlnnry power, from tho fact of their disap
pointment In theitsenf other advertised reiue-dies-und
some believed It Impossible for
simple iiiediclnes made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &e. should possess
such marvelous power. Vet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
Held, nfteriindergoiiig the chemical process of
distillation designed by nature In the row and
chum, furnishes us with butter certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or heHtiniiking
bone, tissue, muschysinow nnd blood-mnkiiig
constituents for the human bodv.
lttit when those people who'llrst doubt the
elllciicy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
TIIK ONLY SAKE NCHK HKMKDY FOU
TAPK. l'l.N, & WOKMSOK A I.I. KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken inlerniillv, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, I'terus, Ovaries or Hovels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. liadwnv's Sar
saparillian settles this iicstiou, II has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well us Tumors in the llowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical illusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions,
Tumor of 13 Yours' (Irowth Cured by
ituvKiti.v, JUss., Julv is, isi.
Int. IIadway: I have bud Ovnrinn Tumor
In Hit- ovaries imd bowels, All I lie doctors
snid there was no help for It. tried every,
thing Unit was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Itesolvent and thought
i woiiiu try ii, nut nan no rami in II, heciiuso
I had sitll'ered for lj years. 1 took six bottles
of the Itesolvent, one box of liadn ay's l'ills,
and used two hollies of your Heady Ki lirf.iinii
I here is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, mi. I 1 feel heller, sunnier and happier
than I have for H yentv. The worst tumor
Viiisin Ihn left fide of (lie bowels, ocr the
groin. I write Ibis lo you for Ihe In netlt of
others. You i:nn publish It If von clioo.-e.
IIA.VN.U'l I'. li. API'.
.in mrnuTA nt mitkii
I-'ii.iii a prominent j!Oiitlnii,in and resident nf
( i hi-i un n I i. (.liio. f,n- the pit-l fi'.iv Miirs we'l)
known lo the newspaper puhlli liei s iIiioulIi.
out (lie United Stales:
NKW YtlllK, Oct. llih, 1E70.
Du. Kaiiwav Hear Mr: 1 inn induced bv n
sense of duty to Die sulleiiuglo make a brief
statement of Hie working of viiur medicine on
myself. For several years 1 liavo been afflict
ed with some trouble in tlie bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ugo ciilniinn
led in a most terribly afflicting disease, hlcli
the physicians all said was sjiasmodiu stric
ture in tin) iiretlia, us also liillaiiiatiini of tlie
kidneys and bladder, and gave it us their
opinion Unit my age ol years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, und had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic nml ho
mieopatliie, but got no relief. I had rend nf
astonishing cures having been made bv vour
remedies; and some four months ago 1 read u
notice in the I'hil.idelphirt Saturday Evening
I'ost of a cure having been effected on n pen
son who had long been suffering ns I hud beer,
I went right off and got some of each vour
Sarsniiarilliun Itesolvent, lteady liellcf.'and
Itegulittlng l'ills and commenced taking
them, In three days I was greatly relieved,
und now feel ns well as ever.
J. W.JAMKH, l lnclnnull, O.
1'i lce ono dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists every where, nnd nt Dr. Hallway's, No. fa
Warren, cor, Church St., N, Y.
ItADWAY'S) READY UKUF.FI1
Cures the worst I'nlns in from 1 to SO minutes!
IfrlTMrr ox K HOUIt after reading this
ndvertlsenien). need any tipe jufl'er wltji pain.
KAliWAY'i READY RELIEF
Is a cure for every pain. It was the first and
is the only Pain Kemedy Hint instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays inllain illa
tions, nnd cures congestions, whether of the
I.ungs, Momuc.li, Itowels or other glands and
organs, by one application. In finm one to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating the pain, the lllieuniatic, bed
ridden, Inlli in, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic,
or prostrated with disease may sutler,
SADwAmS READY RELIEF
Will Rfford Instant ease:
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
the illadder, liilliiiniiiutlnii of the Howell,
Congeslion of tho bungs, Sore Throat, Diufi
cult llrciitlilng. I'alpltalion of the ileni Hys
terics, Croup, iiiptheria. Catarrh, Influenza',
lleniluche, Toolhache, Neuralgia, It he Inn ft
Usui, Colds. Cliills, Ague Chills. .'
The application of the lteady Relief to the
part or purls where the piiin or ditllciilty ox-
sis win nuoru cusu uimi uoiiuoi't.
SO Drops in a liulf tumbler AVntprwill,
ill a lew ui ni ues. cure ( ramus, miiuhiuh. Hour
Stoniacli, llearllnirn, Sick lleiiduche, Dinr-
rlKua, Dysentery. Colic, Wind in the Jlowula,
nun an iiiieruai j'liius.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Railway's Keller with them. A 'few drops In
wuter will prevent sickness or pnins from
change of water. It Is hotter than French
brandy or Hitters ns u stimulant,
PEVEB -A-IT ID iLGrTJIZ.
Fever and Ague cured for 60 cents.
There Is not a 'remedial agent in this world
Unit will cure Fever and Ague, und all that
Malarious. IIIUUiiis, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
mid other Fevers (aided by Railway's l'ills) so
iu i k ns Hallways lteaily llellef. 00 cents per
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILtS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure ot nil disorders of the Btoinach. Mvcr,
llowels, Kidneys, lllndder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Cosllveness, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, llillousness, lllllous Feyer,
Inllamiuailon of (he llowels, riles and all da.
rangomunlsof tho Internal Viscera, warranted
lo ell'eet a positive cure.
PURELY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
BHjjrObservo the following symptoms re
Hiiiung from dlsenscs of tlio digestive organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
bloodto tlio I lead, Acidity of the Hlomnch,
Nausea, llcuVlbuni, Disgust for fond, Full
ness or weiuht in the I'lt of the Momncli.
Hwlmmliig of tho Head, Hurried anil dilllcult
Breathing, Fluttering ut the Heart, Clinking
or Niiu'ocuting Sensations when in a lying Pas
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
tho Sight, Fever nnd Dull l'nin in thu Head,
Deficiency In l'ersplrnllon, Yellowness of the
Hkln niul Kycs. l'alu in tho Hide, Chest, Limbs
nnd Hiuldcn Flushes of heat, Horning In the
Flesh. A few doses of Railway's l'ills will
free tlie system from nil the above disorders,
Price 89 Cents per Box.
IIADWAY ft CO.. m Warren cor Church SI.
BvVi(i ad Fa so and True.. Mem one letter
stninii to Railway A Co., No. OH Warren, cor.
Cuurc.k-L,.N,Y. "Inforaiativn worth thou.