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THE McA-RTHTTIt ENQUIRER, WEDNESDAY APEIL 30, 1873.
MCARTHUR ENQUIRER
New and Other Items.
"""-The slcainers oftlis Oregon
Steamship Company have made
'a further reduction on freight
to points along the Willamette
-'River. The rates are now 30
cents a pound to Eugene, and
"20 cents a pound from Eugene
to Portland.
The management of the
Northern Pacific Railroad at
Kalama advertise for bids for
grubbing and clearing forty
i miles of the railroad north frcm
Tenino, fifteen miles south of
.Olympia, Wash. Ter. ."
1.1 I ! -
u! ' The amount of wheat in store
at Wynona, Minn., on the open
ing of navigation was 474,000
: bushels. Of this amouutSO, 100
,was winter wheat. There is al
!so probably aboutl3,000 bushels
of barley there.
At BloomfieW, Nevada Coun
ty, Cal., the peach and almond
trees are in bloom, while only
five miles beyond the snow is to
deep for wheeled vehicles.
Tne Northern Pacific Rail
way Company is to build its
bridge across St. Louis River
from Rice's Point on the Min
nesota side to Conner's P6int
on the Wisconsin side.
Some of . the Utah journals
arettrgmg 4hr formation ; of a
Board of Trade for Salt Lake
City. It is quite remarkable
that the merchants of that 'city
have not taken such a step be
fore. - ,
...Reports from Dry Canyan,
Utah, 4tate that the suow is
rapidly disappearing, and min
ers aro preparing for the spring
campaign. The mines in that
ocality are reported to be look
ing well.
Under liberal supplies from
Coos Bay, Oregon, the retail
price of coal has been reduced
in Oakland, Cal.
'.'.Wheat sowing iu Iowa is
progressing1 finely and the acre
lage in this grain will bo con
siderable larger than last year.
v The Piocho (Ncv.) Xcws is
obliged either to enlarge itself
or publish nothing but murders
and choses the former alterna
tive. " Important silver discoveries
have been made in the Long Val
ley district, Nevada, and the
ore assays high up in the hun
dreds. By recent decision of the
Supreme Court, Saline County,
Kan., will have to refund $10,
000 taxes collected of the Kan
sas Pacific Railroad.
-The saloons and tippling
houses of Minnesota are now
compelled to pay sphcial license
fee of $10 to support the State
Inebriate Asylum.
Olympia, Wash. Ter., has
834 voters on her registry this
year, a gain of thirty over last.
It is reported that three days
ago the small-pox was on the in
crease in Salt Lake City.
Nearly three thousand China
Jhen have arrived at San Fran
cisco within a month past.
"Copper mines and silver
mines have just been discovered,
in' the vicinity of Iron Springs,
Utah.
Fifty new granges of the patrons
of Husbandry have been insti
tuted in Minnesota during . the
past year.
'
.' There aro now 1,000 sub
ordinate granges in Iowa. Two
hundred have been organized
since the fist day of last Feb
ruary. ;;; Immense quantities of fish
are being taken in Lake Crys
tal, Blue Earth County, Minn.,
with spears and guns.
An agricultural implement
manufactory is to be started at
Grashopper, Kan.
11 'The Workingmim'B Associa
tion of St. Paul have resolved
pgainst Chinese labor.
.' The prairio fires are now
making their usual spring hav
!oc in Northwestern Iowa.
'hi'' '
The Secretary of State re
ports that that thero aro only
3,000 notaries public in Iowa.
"t Texas cattle to the number
of 10, 000 are on their way
from Red River to Wichita.
', . The passenger earning ; for
the Uniou Pucific for. the first
,,week in April were 91,000.
1 .' A London Composer of dance
music is appropriately named
Kiko.
m
Besetting Sins.
The good man daily acquires
a delicticy of moral perception
and feeling, before whose pene
trating gaze his inmost imper
fections are laid bare. His out
ward blamishes, his grosser
faults, may be amended. But
the sins which cling closest,
which wind themselves subtly
through the fibres of his nature
-r-his pride, vanity, sol f-conceit,
self-indulgenco, and, abovo all,
the disloyalty of his self-will to
to the will of the All-Good
these grow only more apparent.
He finds that to purify the fountain-head
of emotion in the soul,
to cleanse its depth from all
that defiles it, to drive out lurk
ing ill from its recesses, and to
untwine the serpent coils of sel
fishness from his purposes and
plans, his aims and interests, is
a vastly harder work than
building fair walls of outer deco
rum, borne powerful excite
ment, some unwonted trial, will
rouse into excitement, some un
wonted trial, will rouse into ac
tion lawless impulses, over whose
ubjection he had sung songs of tri
umph. Long-dormant evils,
awakened by adverse tempta
tions, by a rush of prosperity,or
a shock of adversity, by flattery
and favor, or by persecution and
peril, will burst forth from their
hidden-places, with such vio
lence as almost to . make him
doubt the Reality ofjiis religious
life. At such trying seasons, a
secret ejaculation, a cry of the
soul for God's grace to rescue,
brings home to the good man his
instant dependence. With what
grateful joy does he then hold
fast to the assurance, that he is
never alone, for the Father is
with him, that the Living Source
of all good is near to him as
his own life",, and ready , to re
new him with light and
strength from heaven. Chan
ninfs "Perfect Life."
American Antiquities. In
the remote parts of Arizona it
is said that well-preserved and
extensive ruins have been found
which indicate the former ex
istence of populous cities. From
an account of these by Colonel
Roberts in the Builder we quote
the following description : "It
is surrounded by a wall of sand
stone ntatly quarried and dress
ed, 10 ft. or 12 it. thick, and
originally, judging from the
detritus, 15 ft. or 20 ft. high.
Within are the walls of houses,
temples, and markets, all of sol
id stone and showing excellent
masonry. These walls are cov
ered with heiroglyphics, cut
deeply into the stone. The
whole of the ruins, like most of
those of the Orient, and more es
pecially those of Arabia and
Assyria, aro more or less buried
in the sand. According to the
account, this city is some ninety
miles from the boundary be
tween Utah and Arizona, and
an equal distance from the Wes
tern Colorado line. It is close
to the desert, and is surrounded
by extensive sandy plains.
Scribner's for April.
Recently the Alabama Legis
lature authorized a commission
to revise the laws of the State.
When the presiding officer,
who is a loil man and a Re
publican, came to appoint the
litcmbers of this commission he
named five negroes, not one of
whom can read and write.
These are the kind of men who
have been voted into office to
succeed the Democratic admin
istration, which Alabama has
enjoyed for two years! Gover
nor Lewis is scarcely more in
telligent than these negroes,
and his only ambition seems to
be to tax the people to death to
enrich himself.
A Procd Boast. The Luthe
ran church claims a member
ship of 45,000,000 about half of
tho wholo number, of Protest
ants; in this country it ranks (he
third in point of members. Rev.
Dr. Krauth says, "She is the
oldest of Protestant Churches,
and in a certain sense the
mother of them all. She speaks
in more tongues, and ministers
in more nationalities than all
tho others put together." . '
A . French ' court has just
sentenced Gen. J. C. Fremont
to five years imprisonment for
his connection with tho nego
tiation of the Memphis and El
Paso railroad bonds in Paris.
The only way in which Mr.
Benjamin Griswold, of Vermont
Could get into , the papers, was
by reading tho Bible tforougii
1G4. times in succession.
Medicines.
HPHE ROMANCE OF CUKE !
A
Tlja mimf evidenced of extrnonlliinry cures
that nro dally reported ns etl'ected throujrli
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Eesolvent.
Newly Itol iof mill Perfect Purgntivo Pills, In
written testimonials from nil parts of the
world, surpass in wonder tho most extravagant
miracle of enchantment. Physicians ami
inodiriilnien iu till countries pronounce those
wonderful remedies n mystery, that neither
theirseieneeof analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, these medicines effect tho
most marvelous cures, and restore tho dvlnp; to
life, and reliovo tho most wretched pnin-suf-forlug
victim of Ids tortures, ia from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know Rome
of thoiiigruilioiitHof their composition, and Dr.
Kudwny has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both trench, licnimii.'Kiiilish anil American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the same ingredients ns prepared by them. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
mo constantly achieving, lies in the great se
cret of combining the ingredient together,
ufterexeruisingirtie varolii selecting tho pure
ami genuine roots.
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry as the
S A ICS A 1 Alt I LLI A N HISSULVICNT. 1A IV
KKL1KK& UADWAY'ai'lLLS, are without
parallel in tne History or Medicine rorthore
arosiinioiiiliruiUies and diseases that are con
sidered as inoiirnhlo, and sure dentil, Yet the
most astounding tares liavo been made thro'
these remedies of somo diseases that havo nev
er ueen Known to licenced bvinedicine.
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, WHITE
8WKLLING, Tumors in tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, Bowels, llriglit's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced Inciirnbto,
Cancers. Ulcers. Su'ullhiirs. Stone In l lie liliul.
dor, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers mid Sores of
tho Bones, Kicktits so deeply seated that no
ouior meuicines nave been known to reach,
have been cured by the. SAHSAPAHI I.MAN
li:.S()l.VE.NT,nidedby tho HEADY ltliUEF
mm i iijin.
Palsy, Puralvsis. Drv Ganireno that thrent
ens a living death daily rotting nway of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in tho liladdor (tho
emperor napoleon's itlsease). Torturing pains
when discharging urine, KHKUll AT1SM,
OOUT, N'EUUALGIA each and every one of
theso complaints though but a few of tho
many ouieriuseascs, midway's sarsaparillian
Kesolvcnt lias cured and is daily em ing iu all
parts of the world.
Inono word, any illseaso no mutter under
wnni name ucsignaieu, that Is nourished or
ini'VPIIHPil llV liml itmi.imi fln.ntr..l .i-nt.lr
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
liy V JlADWAVS bAKb APAli I LLI A N Hli
SOLVENT. Dr.Radwav & Co. have never claimed nnn-
liuudrcth part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies as isaseriucii to them liy the ncoplo
who have used them; for benr in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Kadwav,
aftorsiiecessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, wero enumerated in
tlicir c urative list, so that many of the extraor
dinary cases that havo been reported awaken
ed ns much astonishment in tlio' discovery of
theirtemedial agents as in those who had been
rescued from ileuth, and mado whole and
sound.
As ninny persons discredited their extraor
dinary power, froai the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised reme
dies and some believed it impossible for
8iniplo medicines inndo only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Sc. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet thev can readily
coiiipreliemriliat the simple grasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed hv nature iu the cow and
churn, furnishes us witli butter certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or hent-niaking
boue, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-milking
constituent for the human liodv.
Hut when those people who'first doubt the
elllcacyof these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
"WORMS.
THE OXLY' SAFE & 8UHE REMEDY' FOR
XAPJi, 1 IN, WOKMSOF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken Internnllv.been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hnnds of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Snr
saparilliiin settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts anil
Tumors, ns well ns Tumors in the Dowels,
Liems, voiw, jiver, uropsicni l'.iiusiou,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured ly
iiuoway's itesoivent.
IIevkri.y, Mass., July 18, IPO!).
I)h, Hadway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said thero was no help for it. I tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. 1 sawyoiir Itesoivent and thought
I would try it, but liml no faith in it, because
I hail sufl'crcd for 12 years, I took six buttles
of the Resolvent, one box of Kndway's Pills,
and usud two bot tles of your Heady liolief,and
there Is not n sign of n tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
thnn I liuvo for Vi years. The worst tumor
was in tho left side of the bowels, over the
groin. 1 write this to you for the benefit of
others. Yon can publish it if von choose.
HANNAH. P. KNAl'P.
AN IMPORTANT LETTI II
From a prominent gentleman nnd resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the I'nltod States:
New y ohk, Oct. nth, 1S70.
Dr. Radway Dear Sir: 1 am Induced by a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of the working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I linvc been nlllict
e with some trouble in tho bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in it most terribly nllllcting disease, w hich
tho physicians nil said was spasmodic stric
ture iu tho uretlia. as also inllainntlon of tho
kidnevs and bladder, and gave it ns their
opinion that my age 73 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and lio
imenpnthlc, but got no relief. I hud read of
astonishing cures having been niude by your
remedies; and some four months ngo I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been directed on a per
son who had long been suffering as I hud been.
I went right oir and got some of each your
Snrxnnarillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, nnd
Regulating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three (lavs I was greatly relieved,
and now feci es well ns ever.
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar per bottle. Hold by Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr, Railway's, No. !)2
Wurruu, cor. Church St., N. Y.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF 1 1
Cures the worst Pains in from 1 to 20 minutes!
flfeiy-NOT ON E HOUR nfter reading this
aifvei tiseincnt need any ouo suller with pain.
Jl Aft WAY'S HEADY RELIEF
Is a euro for evcrv pnln. It was tho first and
Is tho only Pain Remedy that instantly slops
the most excruciating pains, allays iulluinina
tlons, and cures congestions, whether of the
Luugs, stomach, Dowels or other glands and
organs, by ono nppllcutlnu, in from one to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating tho pain, the Rheumatic, llcd
riililim, Iutirni, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
IiADWATS READY RELIEF
Will nfford Instant rase:
Inflammation of tho Kidneys, Inllanimation of
the lllnddcr. Inflammation of the Dowels,
Congestion ol the Lungs, boro Throat, DilU
cult Itrrnthing, l'nlpilutlnnof the Heart, Ilys
terics, Croun. Dlpthcrlu, Catarrh, Influenza,
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds. Chills, Ague Chills.
Tho application of tho Ready Relief to tho
part or part whero tho puln or dilllculty ex
ists will afford ease and comfort.
20 Droits in half tumbler 'Water will.
in a few minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Hour
Stomach, Heartburn, (tick Headache, Dlnr
rhira, Dysentery, Colic, Wlud In the Rowels,
and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle or
Railway's Relief with them. A few drop In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of wnter. It Is better than French
llrandy or lllttors is a stimulant. '
FEVBB -A.3STD -A. 0-17 IE.
Fever nnd Ague cured for DO emits.
There is not a remedial agent in this world
huh win cure rover ami Ague, nwi nil nun
Malarious, Hill Ions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by ltndwny's Pills) so
quirk us Railways Ready Relief. 60 cents per
bottle.
1)11. RADWAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tnsteles, olegnntly mated, for the
cure of nil disorders of the Stomach. Liver,
llowels, Kidney, liladdor, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costlvenoss, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, lilllmisness, lllllous Eever,
InltsmiiiBtliin of tho llowels, Piles nnd nil de
rnngenientsof the Internal Viscera, warranted
to effect positive euro.
I'VRKLY VKOKTAHLR, Containing no
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
Byobiiorve tho following symptom re
lilting from diseases of the digestive organs:
Ciiutlmtlon, Inward Piles, Fullness of tho
blond to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Niinses. Heartburn. Dlsiruat for food. Full
ness or weight in the Pit of the Hlomnch,
Swimming or the Head, Hurried and dlllleult
llreiilhlng, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or SuD'ocittliig Sensations whon In n lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dot or Web before
thoHiirht. l over Slid Dull Pnln Iu the Head.
Iiedcleiicr In Pcrsnirntion, Yellowness of tho
Skin nd Eyes. Pnln In the Side, Chest, Llnib
nnd Sudden Flushes of heat, burning In the
Flesh. A few doses of Railway's Pills will
free the system from All the aboro disorders.
Price SS Cent per Box. , ( "
RADWAY CO..M Worren cor Church fifc
Now York,
Jtajyitcild False nl Trim, Send one letter
slump to icnitwny i o no. nt warren, cor.
Church HI., N. Y. Information worth thous
ands will b scut you.
Newspapers.
rpHE .McARTHUR ENQTTIEEE
Newspaper, nook and Tol
Printing Establishment
o JCFicia i
Second Story BuWKN'a Building, Main Street
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
THE McABTHUR ENQUIRER
Has Just been enlarged from a 7-colnmn to an
8-column paper, and clothed in new type
throughout. Its columns will be devoted to
the
General News of the Day
Giving a synopsis of events as thpy occur.
The interests of our town aud county will re
ceive particular attention. It will, as here
tofore, bo
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
AND FEARLESS IN THE EXPRESSION
OF SENTIMENTS in regard to the rights of
tho peoplo of this country, ever opposed to the
wrong.
"The Christian Witness"
The Organ of tho Christian Union General
Council of the United States, is also published
from the same olllce.
Having purchased new type and material
for onr
JOB DEPARTMENT,
AVo nro propnred to do nil kinds of
MERCANTILE
General Job Printing
In the neatest and highest stylo of the art, and
At Reasonable Katea !
YOU CAN HAVC
BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
CIRCULARS,
STATEMENTS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
CATALOGUES,
WEDDING CARDS,
PAMPHLETS,
PROGRAMMES,
FRUIT LISTS,
DRUGGISTS' LABELS
SALE BILLS
CARDS,
, CHECKS
SHIPPING TAGS,
VISITING CARDS,
MOURNINO CARDS,
. .. SHIPPING CARDS,
DODOERS,
CALL CARDS, '
FUNERAL NOTICES,
Executed on Short Notice 1
Ilring on Your Work
J. W. UOWEN,
WoArthttr, Ohio.
37"nrxirt-u.r3 !
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
ETERY DESCRIPTION of FURNITURE cf MODERN STILES
rimiHut'uctuiotooiik'r mxl repair Furniture of ull kinds, ut tho most reasonable prices. I urn
, i'i umiiuii iu tuiiiiaii
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
and accompany them with a Henrso. JK -
Jlnreh lfith, 1ST2.
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Havo purchased O. T. GUNNING'S Drug Establishment,
IU WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
x
And can supply tho people with tho
Clioicest Bus, Metis, Ctaicals, Paints, Oils, anOyeStfs,
' Varnishes, Turpentine, Crlass, Lamps,
SNUFFS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY AKTICLES, I'EK
FUilEHY, aud a choice, lotof
Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal Purposes Only!
And will constantly keep on hand a WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT of such articles
are iimally iu Hint-class Drug Stores, which will be sold at tho
Lowest Cash Prices !
lauicuinr attention will bo pnid to fllllnjr Physicians' Orders, and puttinir up Prescrip
tions, h iniiily Coin pounds, aud preparations of all kinds. AVo warrant evcrv article w e sell
bo pure and genuine. M o invite those wishing articles in our lino to call, us wo aro comment
" - Pllll.'llll,llOl, I
Purnituer ! !
I IT, i,
Tho puliHo aro Invitod to call and
lio aro Invitoil to call ax
PARIS 1IORTON.
Now ZSirm.
an Choicest
Drugs!
POST-HOLE B0EEE.
JRA HART,
Patentee nnd Manufacturer of
SAW AND QRIST MILLS
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hob Borers, &o.
Clarksburg, West Va.
TUB Grist .Hills, being portable, ace on
Iron Frame, and
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And the best Mill ever made for all kinds of
grinding; can be ca-;ily attached to Saw Mills
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Hour nnd Jleal of a superior ininlilv at
greater rate of speed than unv other Mill,
without heatlnif or other ('liflicultv-the
weight being 1,400 poiindH, occupying ulv 8
feet soiiiiie on the floor. Will grind SO to B0
bushels per hour. If within thirty (lavs, the
.Mill (Iocs not prove satisfactory, It'mav'he re
turned mid money and all charges refunded.
Hart's Post-IIolo Borer,
A In guaranteed to mako two holes to
omioi any oiner; ctocs Its work rap
idly anil perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONH DAY!
No lault can ho found with It after
Hal. Sent to any ono on trial who
Will send mo tho endorsement Of tho
Post Master. Agents wanted.
I II A II ART,
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Farmers and others can sc tho
srHJ Pott-Hflo Borer at tho Knqoiub
MEDICINES, ,
Beware of Counterfeits l
JOB MOSES' "'WOT.IW8
art exttntlrely oonmnrliTiD. Dlihnruil DrviC
tttti tndravor to tell lit counltrftUi tomaktrrtattr
frqflt: 77i genuine hav the nameaf Job moern
oneacHpnckage. Allothereare uerthltu imlUHtm.
Tlis omutHi l'llli ro unftllinicin th euro of ill
thou pulnful inii danRcrnul diiriMi to which th
fcmal oonntltutlon li uhjiwt. ThsT modtntt ill
xoonei mil rmov4 U obitructloni, from what
yer (Hivsa.
TO HMBHIKD X.ADIXH
thsrare purtlculwly ultodT Tlior ll In a hor
time bring on tin montlir parioi
it porion
rul. eunU!
with rfimlnrltri
and slihomh yry nowon
ful to tho const Itutfon. In ll cuti of Rsryoiis snd
irrui
lunuln not bins; hurt
Spinal Alleotlnni, Pains In the Hick end LI ml),
fatlguo on llltfM. nxartlon, PaliilUtlon of tho Hurt,
Ilvstnrlcs and Wbites, thor will affect a ciira whan
all other means hive fallnd. The olrndan round
each packaKS civ full dlrantlons and tulylca, or
will be sent fret to all wrltinf for them, sealed
from nbiorvatlon.
N. II. In all daunt where the omtn cannot be
obtained. One Dollar encloied to the Bole Proprl
tir, JOB MOSKa, 1R Oortlandt St., New York, will
liMire a bottle of the genuine, eontalnlnf Vlily
Mile, by rotum mall, eeeurely Haiti from any
kuowlodce of lui oontcutj.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BTIYAK'H PULMONIC! WAFKUB
(rare Coonaa, Colds. Astuha, flsonouiTia, rlo
TunniT, IIoinssis,Iirriuui.T ItaiaTiimo, In
cipinsi Cokhuhptiohamd Losa Diaiasss. They
have no tato of modlclne, and any child will take
thxm. Tbouianda have bean reitored to health that
had boforedonn:ilred, Teitbnnny lrn in hundreds
of cases. Ask for UllYAN'BPytMONIO WAKKI18.
I'ricn 35 con per box. JOII M03KS, Proiirle-
vir. IH VJOnmiKH n: roia, nuw a urn.
THCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAMAHTtK'f HPKCIPTffPIttB.
rrcnured by J. UAKANOIBItH
No. I4 KnoLemliard, Perls. I
These pills are hlirhly rooommondod by the entire)
Medical Fncultjrof Franoese the Tery best rrmedy
in all onnee or rlpormutnrrhone, or Seminal Weak
ness; Nightly, Dully or PrunawiBinlsalnnat Be,
lial WenknnssorHipeOflevf Weakness BrlslUffroia
Socret HabltaandHemul alioraeea; Ralasadenioftbe)
flnnltiilOrirftiia ! WeakHnfne: DnnoatUlnthe ITrln.
and all the ahaatly train of Dlseaeee arising from
Overuse or Exceseoa. Theyotirewhenailotberrem.
edles fall, famnhlet nf Advice In each boi, or wl II
tieenntfeootoany Kinross. i-ncBBl per iiiik.
Bent by mM, eeourei viral td from all oturvnllon, on
ree.eh.tof jiraoe. OHOAHO. MOBB8, ISOouti,d1
St.. Nw Yoac Soto (leural Agent for Amerloa,
DB. CROOK'S WINE OP TAB
Ten Trartior !!"
iont lin proved Iir.Onxii
Ulneori'nr toliavb mo
merit thnn any filinlli
riit'pnrntlonevorolftre4
he pulilln. It U rich I
tliemdlcliinl rmnll tics-
'WK-e iwrfrmn
nm. i It Iiiostreintt.rkftblocukro.
55P oirocttmlly curoasllOoei1
jj l'f and (Was. ltlimcUrwl
fcT" iSff anil nrourhHU, thai
pool 11 o for thoaft con
pfltlntft, fOTPfcllHI! t
llrcaMi. HMn or liar)
Clrnvrl or Uiilntlw l
reiait.dliieiutcsof th I'ru
ry OrkviHie, Jimwl
or nny Liver fioiuUlaUs
tUaUonaapr1or Tonic, I
ItrntorM h) Aprtll
u.umiIiam. sIim Alvaiein. 1
toaUorc. tle H cnU niief IMMHiiiedt
4'niiaoH llio sV'noil Dlncer
Uruovct IynMsiln inilttmUot
frevfislei Mlrlu
pITCS IOBSJ mjfOUIHswm.
Bit
I
LANDS.
B
est Thing in the West f
ATCIIISOX. TOrEKA & SASTA FK I!.
TjA.2TJDS1
three million aches
Sitiiiitn in nnil firnr the Arkanean Yullei,
the Fluent Portion of KiiiiihihI
Eleven years' credit. Seven per cent. Inter
cut, per cent, reduction to
settlors who improve
A FREE PASS TO LAND KUYEK9 I
THE FACTS about this (Jr.mt aro Low
Prices, Long Credit, and a ltebalo to settlors
or nearly onu-fourth; a 1,'iih Soil and hplou
dld Climate; short, and in 11 1 1 Winters; eailv
planting, and no wintering of Stock; Ulenl'v
of Haiulnll. ami just at tho right vcitnon; Coal,
Stono and lliick on tlie line; ( heap Itates on
Lumber, Coal, ,Ve.; no hinds owned hv Specu
Inters; lloniesliad nnd rre-einptions now
abundant; a llixt-chis Hailioail on thelincof
a great Tluiiugh lioule; Products will pav
for Land and Iiupiovenieuts.
T3 TFt TITI! 7?PRT nppnRTnwTtv rtrrr. nr
FiEEDfO THE VUBI.IO, through tho iccout
coinplelioii of tho Jtoad.
For Circulars and genera! Information, ad
dress A. E. TOCZAI.IN.
Alanagcr Land Dep't,
TOI'LlvA K AX
For information and Tickets apply to
J. S. HUIIN, Agent,
MeArlhur, O.
PUMPS.
mericau Submerged Pump.
"The Best Plmi' in the AVoiud."
OUIl AGENTS report over lOO.OOO worth of
property sved from Flro this year by these
pumps, being tho most powerful forco-pinnps
In the world, us well us Jion-Fiio.inu.
Seo October number, page 8IK1, also tho Pre
mium List, pnge BUU of the American Agricul
turist. This paper never deceives tho fanners.
800 notice 111 February number, page 4A. Try
one. If it don't do the work claimed, send ft
back and get your money, us W K WAUItANT
our pumps to do all wu claim lor them on our
circulars.
rjend for circulars or orders to the Hrldge
port M'f'gCo., No. 65 ( hainbers St.,Xew York.
All order for nlnoNo. 1 Pumps secures an
oxcltisivo town agency, n-tf.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
west.
west. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
As follows;
Kcpait Depart
Athens 0:.'10a. in. tdnp.iu,
- Arrive Arrive.
Columbus 0:Mla. in. (1:10 p. in.
Cleveland lt:r5 p. iu. 1:H() u. Hi.
Pittsburgh B:1.1 " list) a. in.
Indianapolis.. ., 6:'.'5 ' . :e0 "
Chicago :!Wa. III. ' BMfl
Aeiiia n;iuii, in, n:io p. ill.
Diivton 1:10 " :45 "
Hpiingllold l::w " 8:03 "
Closo eoiineclloii niude at Lancaster for Clr-
cluville, .anesvlllu and all points on tho Cin
cinnati aud Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections inline at t oiuininis lor
Dayton, Kirliigllchl, luillanupolls, Chicago
and nil points West Also, for Cleveland,
buffalo, Pittsburgh, and all Klnls Fast.
Take the Hocking Valley anil Pan 1 1 audio
route to Chicago nnd tlie Jvrthwct it la the
shorUwt byslxtv-sW miles, giving passengers
the benellt of iiilckor tlnio and lower lutes
than by any other line.
,1. W. DOIIEIITY, Sup't.
E. A. nt'KIX, Oeii'l Ticket Agent.
ii i: h ii s .
uc
. L FOUNDRY,
.Xljtabllahod In 1UU7.
r-upeilor lh'lis of Copper an
Tin, liionuU'd with the beat
Rotary Hangings, for CiiuflCIIU
,Pumooi. FnM. Tacjonics, Couhi
l0')3l I, tint Al fnws, lOWIS OtOMI
C-iiwlS, tT(). rully Warranted.
llhiilratrd Catalogue Hnt J'rte
WDUZEN & TIFT.
102
and 104 East Second 8tree, Cinelnnall
KCYE ,
LAND ACrENCY.
K
ANSAS CKNTHAL LAND
' AGENCY.
MaJ. JOHN W. lllOUKH. Manager.
, , MAI.IMA, Kan.
' Heal Estate lliuilness; also have for salo all
tho lands of tho Kansas Purine Kullwny Com
pany, ainoiintlnK toyer5,li0,mK) acres of tho
! . .I....I villi!.. I. '..t.lrttl nti.l Wit.litrn Ken-
IIIMH, lliwi'i"!': in i ' ..........
east also Mill Bite, Coal Lauds. Ksrine, ( atllo
Itaiiehns, ami City Proici-ty In Halliin and the
neighboring iowns, for aula at nil limes.
firrf- mcihi Mr w " nnnsaa iiimihi u,w
D,,' large HS-colunin land inpcr, aca what
wo have forssle, and rend all bonl the great
KcystonnRtatcof tho West, , , .
ilnreh W,ltfI8-few'-
" Medicines. :
as
!
No Person can take these Bitten accor4
ng to directions, and remain long unwell, provide
heir bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or othe
neans, and the vital organs wasted beyond the poii)
f repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headnclie, Pa(
h the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dit
liness, Sour Eruetations of the Stomach, Bad Tast
n the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of th
Keart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the region
ft the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptomt
Jre the offsprings of Dyspepsia, In these complaint
has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guat
.Intee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Coiupliiluts, in young or old
parried or tingle, nt the dawn of womanhood, or th
lurn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided aj
Influence tlut a marked improvement is soon perceu
nble.
For Inflammatory and Chronlo Rheui
Hiatlsm and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Intel
iiittcnt Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liven Kidney
Hid Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Dil
)ases are caused by Vitiated Blond, which is general
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
They are a Oontle Purgative as well aj
H Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of actio)
s a powerful agent iu relieving Congestion or Inflaiu
nation of the Liver and ViscerarOrgans, and in Biliou
piseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Ss
Rheum. Blotches. Snots. Pimples. Pustules, boils. Cal
euncies, King-worms, scaicl-i-ieati, sore uyes, cry
n'pelas, Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations of the Skin, Humor
ind Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature;
ire literally dug up and carried out ol tne system ml
ihort time by the use of these Bitters
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinigak Bit
raxs the most wonclemu invigorant that ever sustaincj
lie sinking system.
"walker, pmp'r. n. ii. Mcdonald it, co,
pruggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
and cor. oi wauitngion ana vnarjion ots., new ioik,
WLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
G(best IN THE WORLD.
Now York Office. 27 EEBI.lLill ST.
to
It.
S rwmFORTHEJttllXIOX!
K fi i'vav!' rv 1 AprlvmeCrtHn-elflrtottie
vL.Vl'UuAX 2a rsni.iU MiirrM or Iboit nbout to
j ,. w rnmrrjf on ihs phyniejlogloal
C II T Ci ;mjiu-iiciinutIrevellloi.ioi
Vi4 WtiiiWfc W soxuitl Tilcni, with th
Intent (linnvfric .i i-rotltK?! n mid iYCiiUDg odiprlug,
Uow to (ireei vi! tin r'nnplxioii, A:o
Th!. irn tiiMTiMilufi mlt of two hundred and ilitf
pnLos, witli unmcroii.i I'lifiruvlupH, kiiJ coutaim Tsluitblo
liifoituuti'iii fur tli ono wlio nro iimrritd.orcoDttniplttoitr
ilnc mill Ulna liuok that oucli t lobti kept uodcr lock
anJker, nnd uotlild cnrcletnljr nbonttha boute.
Itco'ntHltii th expoilRTtco and mlrtceof pbTilelin
vhoie reMiutloii I worUt-wlde, and ibould be Id the prl
vitto drawer of every male aud female throujthont the entire
Blalic. It embraces vrervtliloK on the eubleot of th gen
eratlvo triicm that Ii worth kaowiiig.uid muohtbatii
not publlitied In anr other work.
Kent to any one (free of pomtRe) forFIftT Centi.
Jlddron lr. llulti' UlipDiarjr,Ko. 12 . Klgbthitrett
St. lsouii,ilo.
ITotico to tho Afflictod and Unfortunate.
Ilelore applying In the itotorleui qusoki who adrertlie to
IuWlo pupon.or uil tig any quack retuediee peruee Dr
lutti' work nomnltor wbatyourdiaeftie li, or how depler
alleyour eoudltion.
Dr. Itutu mx) u pin doable hetiie of tweety-ttria
rooitujl Indorncd by eoniso t the moat celebrated nedl
calprofenoriof tbli country and F.uropo, and can bo eon
tu It td penoually or by umlf, on theiiiicaaei mentioned la
hiiworki. otbee aud pnrlon, No. la N. Eighth atreett
bvtweeu Warkut und Cheinni, Bt. Louie, Ho
IIOLLOWAY8 TILLS
AND
HOLLOW AYJi OINTMENT.
friiiii sin i vn ihmvi hit i. ti.i.i n..i.....fAi. i..
llu'HO wonil'crl'ul nicd'irlucs. Is tbu nowin thiil
thoy possoss in nitrify inu; (lie turuiii blooil
liml cxpclliiiK corrupt humors fioiu tho sys-
u m.
IlllT 1 (V ('ld I'll f ...l.ul C ...r.l.,1
iliul iicciilliii' itl in i v t ii i u of tlio IliiLst Vcirotii.
blu iCxtrm-lK, llvi'b.4, liml .Mciliciiitil liutiis.
1'ossc -Minir not a irinin of iti i n t i :i 1 In their
conihiiKiiion, they iicvi'i c.vposu those who use
them to nny ilunsvr, ut liny time or schsou, No
limlhfu. iwi.mI Iik.IiuIi, Ii. i.i.iiji.,ll,.t IK...,. ...
their children, it ml the nio.-L ilelieuie t'onslitti-
iionscuii uso client wiin us Kieut iiciicitt ns tne
moHt vlgiiroiw nnil poucil'ul Irume.
HOLLOW AY ft t'o,, Soi.K I'lturitlUTOttf),
?8Miil(lu Liinc, Now York,
ir.illmeiiv'u PMIa nnil OliitinnKf nrn u,1,1 nl
SSc, tW.'.jC, nnd $1 per box or pot. A Ba'iitsuv
inj in IIIUUU uy Olllllg vuu lllixu sixes.
KEEP THE BLOOD MJItl
And tho health of the) ystei
will follow. Tboro 1h ii pit'puri
tlon of Iron and i'atko Itoa
tnoro efli'cLunl tluta nil otlior
which will romovo from yoi
yKU'in tho linpiiio nnd vltfnto
blood wbleli cmmendisenKti, an
nt IhOBiiiiiolliiui build up you
licnltU nnd xlrnngtii It ucve
TnllM to euro. If you linv
rcrnriln,tjroluloUN IUuiu
pi or llio ICycw or Kara, o
Kcrolnln In any form, Xpi
K-r, Ulille Kwolllu;:. .
Norcsi. t'lccrit, or rA'roKilou
IiiiiniiiuiitUoii, you cun rol
on btii n u ctirod with this projis
rntlon kiiowu ns llr. 4'rook'
'mpounl Nyrup of I'oli
Itoot. Klicniiintixm, I'ntu
l.llllltUflM II...1AB tf'n.
A Jllt.,,11 l.M.llU..ll..H I... II
SlX-ity rlnl or other kIhoiih, nro al
curort rT it,. ior (tyitllllli, o
Nyphllhlo talui.theioldiintl,
lnu eriiuil to it. A trial wll
1 urovo it.
Itcantiry your Complexion.
I)o not uso oalnt ornowdor. hut rrft n. Inn.
permanent bounty liy purilylnu vour libioc
I'll Is propuratlon of Iron nml 1'ouo Ito
niiknsaroiiKliitnilHCuly skin HofluiiilsmooU
Jhunrios tluit Hnllnw complexion to onn c
rroslinessuiiJ liciiltb,nntl toinovo nny I.cnn
live Iflscneca ol' I Itn Mh In, 'niitlcs, l'ii
tulesj, IlloKilics liilloiin. Jlyoiiwl ,;
;iy ouocHsiHiiuaiiciiiiiiy o'liiiiucxion iihu i)
rook' Compound By run of l'oko itool.
Jfej
4
Dentistry.
D
ENTI8TRY.
HAVINd been ciikiikciI In tin) study nml
inni'tlcvof liiiitlstry for flflomi yenm, anil
ocnl iiint'tltloiicr In InckHon for six yours,
mill huvliitf uvullt'd niysell'of nil tho
Modern Improtetnetiti tu Doutal Bolouooi
I Vonlil respectfully say to tlia. citizens of
MeAi-thiii nnil vlflultv tbstluin I'ullv liro-
imreil to uiHiiliiuiiitc nil tho vfti'lonn iiinnehee
of tho srloiii o, i'l lces lis low lis tbn lowest,
Work ns g"i mi its tun nest, roisons rnuiinw
fi'oiii H tlislfineo wIhIiIiik to remain until their
work In (lotto will be inlorlnliied nl my prl
vn to rcslilcneo froo. , (
yr77A JSPRAY AM KLICOTIIICITY
t'sed In pxtrnclltiK teeth, rfnilvrlng Ihelrox
trncllnii coinpiiriitlvt'ly pnliiloss, A fetnnlc
atteiiiliint ulwHvsou Intiiuiownlt upon liulloi.
Ulvo mo u cull.
R.T. IIOOUICSS, Dentist, 1
llay 15, lHTU-ly. Jnekson, O.
80'T)()TJ;AllS;,'ft
(lltll Itl COIIIIIil'IIIMI htlKllK'SS vvllb, Mini IllVKf
coininUsloiiB nllowcil for sellliiK.
Aii'imi, tfi
ft. UMDOVKII, CoUlwutUr, MICH.
M-lim-cty i
Railroads.
TAVORITK SHOUT ROUTE
I , j $d ALL PUIKCIPAL P(fNT I ',
BASTIBAST!
Tlio "Old llolittblo" mid foptilnr
HANNIBAL &Sr.J0S!iPH
n Through Express Ti'ainS Daify .
Ktiiiippod with Miller's I'lilont Snfcty
rlmloriu, Lottplor, anil lltulcr., unit
1 1 r: ! 1 1 ',-1 ".' tho t'elcbiuteil
Westinghouso Patont Air ' Brakes,
Tho most perfect protection against mxl
Ucttts In tlio world..
. JieiyNew nml cb'pnil; Day Coaches nml
twodiiilv liiiLsof l'ulliiiiin's Piilncu Hlccpini;
t'nrs nro' rim thiouxli from KANSAS CITY
to Qulncv, Ciilesljui'tf, Jlonilolu mnl
CHICAGO
Without Change.
' Also, a dully line of Pullman's l'lilncoHloep
InvCnrg from ATI 1IIHON nnd 8T. JOSKl'K
to Jacksonville mnl Srlnflli'M, nutl new nml
clOKitnt Day Conches from liuuwis City to in
diunupollB and tiiiciiinuti witbotit cliiitigc.
fiifsyTo secure nil tho modem Improve
ments in itnilwuy trnvelliiff, purehnso tickets
via tho Hannibal & St. Joski'ii Shout Link,
"QUINCY ROUTE,"
nvoiding all transfers, ferries nml changes
of cars.
fey-Through Tickets rorsnto nt nil prin
cipal olllccs. Ftuo nhvays ns low as by nny
route. MfrBiigo checked through to nil prin
cipal points. O. 8. LY FOHD,
tioncnil Sup't.
E. A. 1'ARKKIt, Oen'l Ticket Agent.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
TIME TABLE.
On nnd nftor November 9, 187i, Trains will
run as follows:
4! ;
o .
ej :
a
8 . ; : : : : :
.2 S : : : : : : ::::::::::::
as,, : : : : :
: : : d ....... .
: :3
is A :
i
3 !f 1 t? ? "
COCCI- COtOS4 CQCHCH HHiHHHl9009
Milesliigggg SSCg3i3Sij3
a, u
M .c, j
; ::2::::..::3
S B
: s : :::::::::::
s ti i1 ?. ?. '$. ?! it i S i i. i 'MM I
9130 CJwCl eiiiccff5e?iiocijs
. a
.S 8"
: :a : :::::::::::;:
: :J : ; : : : : : : : : : : : :
iu : .:::: :.
U . . ti
III
to l- x ci i a
CINCINNATI KXIMtKSS Willi tin dltily. All
other trains dnilv. except Siimlav.
CINCINNATI rJXl'KKSS, ICAST, makes no
stml between ilamiluii and Athens.
Hull slii5;i2isi
s it it
Portsmouth Branch.
Mail Acroinmoilat'n
4:(Xlp. til. (IMBn. m.
4:!l!l " f:Ul
7:(K) " 11:10
8:45 a. in. l'J:)p. in.
11:1)5 4:00
11 :45 p.m. 6:20
Dep. Iluiiuleu
' Jackson
Arr. I'ortsiuoulli
Hep. I'ortsmouth
Arr. Jackson
" llaniilen
TltAINS CONNIOCT AT l.OVKLAND
Kor ull points on tho Lltlio Jlliunl Uuilronil,
nml nt the lnillannpolis A Cincinnati linil
roailJ unction for all points West.
w. w. PKAnonv,
Muster ut Transportation.
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. R.
On nnd after Monday, November 18, 1K72,
trains will leave and arrive nt Lancaster.
(Suiidays excepted,) ns follows: ''
HOINU WKHT.
Erpreneand Mall. Accommodation.
Ait. 10:4Ua.m. Arr. 1:02 p.m.
OOINO X AST.
Arr. 8:60 p.m. Arr. B:20jt.m.
Direct coiiiioi'tlons tnnda nt LANCASTKR
with trains on the Columbus nml Hocking
Valloy Itiillmni! for Athens, MuArtbur, Chll
liootlio, l'ortsmoutli, Mariutln, and forColiiin-
Ull..
Direct connections ninilu at ZANKSV1LT.K
with trains on tho llnltinioro &Ubiu It. It., for
liastoin Cities; at ilUllllOW and DltlCSDiON
JUNCTION with trniiis on the l'ittshurgli,
Cincliinuti .t Mt. Louis Itailionil, Kit aud
trest. ii. jj. iiAii.f.i , lieiri Ticket Ag I.
C. C. Waitk, btipoiiutenilont.
"BEE LINE."
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CREST-
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CREST-LINE.
Tlio following nro tho
from Columbus, Ohio:
Miles To
Deleware ------
411 Caidliigton ......
lis (iallon - - - - - - .
Ill CiDHt lino
11-Hholby
IKI N. London ------
im-WellliiKtou
Iv5 Helen - -- -- -- --
lllK lovcliind
7t Marlon ..... ...
lltl llellclontlanu-- .
H'J Hbltiey
177 Dillon
71-Mansllelil - - . . ...
llM-Alliancw
Ull Forest - -
lav-Limn
UiJ-Van Wert - . - . -
ItU-Kt. Wayuo
Ull-Hnniliisky- . . i - .
lui Toluilo .......
Sill Detroit ........
illstiincos mnl faros
Fnres.
........ HA
. . . . . 1.45
. . . . U..0A
- li.VO
3.W
8.0
. -- - 8.55
4.40
4.50
- - S.hO
. . . )M0
8.M
. , tl.UO
, . . .... 3,70
li.TO
S.IX)
.
- B.ra
-- - 0S5
4.10
B.8S
- 7.IH5 '
......... 7.4(1
SliH I'lttsbursh ......
ooi iinrrlsiiiirgii . . . .
isn-l'hllsilelphln . . .
Ann nnltlinoru
H1 Dunkirk ......
U'd ItuiTulo - -
MiV-Nlagura Fnlls . -
IW4 rtiirutogn ......
711 Now York t
ITI lloston via New Tor
Hilt Huston via Albany
IH-lnillannpolis . ..
ISO Cincinnati.
4l-Ht. -i.
Wt Hiinsso City
7WI lA'tivenwortli . . -
771 Lnwunco - .
7IKI Topekn -------
HtiO Ht. Josenli
IU Chicago -------
4M7 Mil wan ko - - - -4tK-Jinrllngton
noil-l'ooria ........
7M-8t. I'niil .......
Ri4 LaCrosso-J. - - .
7iH)-Dim Moines - - - - -
rrU-ltoek Island-
Kli Oiniilin
Nll-Cciliir Hnphls - - -
Mil low City ------
:M Duitli-llli ......
07a-Sau i'ntnclsco f -
18.00
- lli.N)
........ lii.GO
....... 8,no '
10,00
io.uo
--. ltl.HO
. . - 17.MI
lc ...... . 80,50
......... vo.50
........ a.tMi
4.00
...., . . . in,()0
. 8H.0O
- gu.00
.... . (10.50
......... IW.D5
......... 2H.(X)
......... 11.48
...... 14.43
......... 1H 70
......... 15.515
.. ......... VII.4IS
- - - .... H45
......... 85.IH)
......... 17.ua
.... M.45
.ill-.... 80.NJ
......... 80.50
.......i. 10.40
... ...... lsv.4a
nrestiliject tochnng-.
i i- ! I.li, I
Tlio abort) rntcs of faro
Ni Aililrcss i .
K. FOUI),
Lino," Columbus, O.
Tnsscngor Ag't "Bod
0 THE LADIES.
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