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TIIVH8DAY. MAIL 5, 174
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Ob and aftr Sunday, Nov. I, 1STS, train
will run as follow: No. 3, 4, 4 and (
rua daily; ell other tram daily, Suaiay!
pt4. aotNO BAST.
No. I. NO 3. No. 8.
Stations. Mail. Cm Bi. Bt.L.El
Cincinnati.- suaa 10 Suain pa
Chlllicoih. ...11 06.m SUpia 1 Mam
uchlaad rr..l U6po I Upm t Slam
Kundfi .. 1 Hem I Uua 1 'm
HcAbvbsb...! 3(m I pm M"
ViBtoa , " ttipm I tttpm S 07nra
alaaki . 1 oupre 4 IMpro I loam
lop Furnace.... 1 lutn 4 11pm 3 Stain
faraaitmr,..... 4 sipm I OOpm 4 Jtu
No. 1. Ne. 4. No. 6.
tabona: Hail. Pt.L.Ei. Cln.Ex.
arrmirg.... 1 10am 10 a tern 10 3Upm
op f iv sac -10 30am 1 14pm 1 Ham
Balasli... ...... .10 42am 1 Upm 1 Mam
finlOB.... 10 53am 132pm 1 32ani
kfoABvesa II Warn 1 41pm 1 41am
Varnd .11 loam 1 6upm 1 6oHm
iertland Fiu.. 11 36am OSpra t U6m
hiUteoth- ..13 4pm 3 10pm 3 0um
Cincineau . -.4 Mpra T OUpm 3 Mam
NO. AM 4 will atop at 0. A 8. Junction,
Lovalaad, (irMoSold. CbiUicoth, Hum. 10,
4th.nl, aad BooM' Landing only. NOl. o
AND 4) will Hop alO. A b. Junction, Madison
villa Lvland. Greenfield, ttullicuth. Hum
aaAiheal aad aooit' Landing only. NO.
1 AXO will uui all topi-
, lALEMKI FRRIGBT.
Tht talaaki Freight goiad east leare
ChillicoUieal ana. aa.j Ravsvill T 14; Hich
land furnsos, 1 M; Hamdan, rriv I 44
dteport 3 41 McArthur, IS; Vinton, 10 M;
lajeski U i. ttoiug west liUei, 1 00 p.ni 1
Tiatoa 3 30, McAithor 3 U; Uamd.u, arm
depart 3 at; Kichland Furnace, 4 10;
aUyavill. 4 4; Chillicolha. 3 36.
To VAST STOCK, wilb regular Wsenger
ar attached, lea res Alheaa at r. M . con
ctiagwiie tbaH. V, R. B., Hop 3 Stf.Za
ki 4 04, Tintoa 4 24, McArlhur 4 64. Haul
aa l, Bwlilaad 3 40, Chillicoih T 60.
Trait oa to, iOR THMOU'l'U BRANCH
Will leaf Hamdan at T 34 a.m. and 3 ii p.m.
arrlriaff at Partamoulh at 10 HO a.m. and 6 p.
an. Haluiaiaxlraiia till leav Portsmouth at
3 00 a.m. and 3 00 p. m., arriving al liam
a Bill 00 a. m. aad 3 04 p. m.
Trains connect at Loveland for all points on
l!i Liltl Miami Railroad, and at lb Indianap
all aad Ovacianali Railroad Juucli for all
point Waal; at Athens, wilk lb Columbu
h a. . It, R., at Parkenburg, with the b.
0. B.B. W. W. PEAHUDY,
WHKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
I WILL rua a hack from Wilkeille to
Uarodaa and return eery Monday, Werinei
day. Friday aad Balurday for the acvommo
datioa of paaaengera. making cloae connco
oa with lb mail train on the M. AC. K. R
I will alao oarry eipreae packaiiea rhipped
to or from point by the Adams Kxpreaa Co.
..pT r ' H4R.i VOWfiLL.
AIichael McNamara, lineu
weaver, wbb fatally shot Sun
day morning in New York
while resisting forcible entry
into his premises of some po
lice officers, not in uniform,
who were looking for a notori
ous thief. McNamara being
awakened by kicking at the
door of his apartments rushed
to it to keep out the intruders,
and while thus engaged was
A young lady from George-
4.n .... h t) V,. ntfioP
day to have her picture taken.
When the artist .showed her the
"proof and asked her how she
liked it, she plaeidly remarked
that he "put too darned much
mouth on it to suit her."
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.--Ex.
When a Chicago girl quarrels
with her lorer she communicates
the important fact to ber friends
in the remark that she isn't on
queeiing terms with that farud
They tell of a citizen at Dubu
que, Iowa, who, after paying a
policemnn (3 a night for six
weeks to watch his wife, dis
covered that his wife had all
along been paying the same man
)4 a nighv to watch her husband.
, J It yon don't see what you
'fit ant, ask tor it," is posted in a
conspicuous place in a Logans
port grocery. A native stepped
Irito the establishment, last
week. 'He saw tie card and re
marked: "I want a ten dollar
bill aijd I don't see it." "Neith
er do L," was the laconio reply.
The native "looked further,"
bat as V left he advised the
ftoeer to 'take down that sign.'
A teacher laid to a little girl
at loheol, Sf a naughty girl
afcoild hurt yon. like a good girl
jet weald forgive her, wouldn't
jnl" MTesf marra," she replied
"if I eonldn t catch her."
A Liberal, Public Spirited
There has been raised in this
eommanity about $10,000 to
be used in prosecuting the
liquor dealers, providing they
eaa not be induced to quit by
the earnest prayers of the
good ladies of our Tillage.
Now the saloon keepers pro
pose to these gentleman, that
if ther will take that money,
pat it In the hands of three re
sponsible men, to be used in
fixing np oar streets and pav
ing our sidewalks, they will
take all their whiskies down to
the Public Square, knock the
beads of the barrels in and let
it oat, and will agree not to
sell any more in the town.
I lWflM4 M Call' ITtCM,
r 1 1 aw r 1 1 1 w 1
. UraU'ful Thousand; proclaim
VnrEOAB Bitters the most wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
No rorsou can take these Hit
ters according to directions, and re
main Ion? unwell, provided their
bones are not Jjstroyed by minora!
poison or other ni'nua, and vital or
gan waited beyond repair.
Bilious, ltemittont, nnd In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevaleut iu the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the'United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, lied, Colo
. rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ito
uoko, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer aud Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat ard dryuess, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgativo, exerting a
powerful influence upou theso vari
ous organs, is essontially necessary.
Thero is 110 cathartic for tho purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vixegar
Bitters, aj tbejr will spuedily remove
the duric -colored viscid uiuttor with which
the bowels are loaded, at the eauie time
Btimulntiu the secretiuus of the liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy Amo
tion of the tli(fcstive organs.
Fortify the body n;alnst dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Yi.VKQAit liiTTKK.s. Xo ejmlemio cua
take bold of a xystem tlui.s lure-armed.
Dyspepsia 6r lmligestioil, Head
ache, l'uiu iu tlie Shiitildcrs, Coughs,
Tiphtne.ii at tho Che-st, Dizziness, Sour
Eructation of tho Stomach, Dud Taste
in the Mouth, Itiliom Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lung, l'uiu in the region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the oU'-priugsof Dyspc piin. One but
tle will prove a better gtairauU of iU
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or June's Kvil, White
Swulliiigs, L'leers, Krysipelas, Swelled
Xeck, Ouitre, Scrofulous liitlannnations,
Indolent Iullainuiutions, Mercmiul aHec
tious, Old Sore, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as iu all other
constitutional Diseases, "Walkkk's Vik
BOARDiTTEitS have ehown their great cur
ative power iu the moot obstinate and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys ami Bladder,
these Bitter have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged iu Taints and iliimrals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, liold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life., are sub
Ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walkkb's
YiNEOAB Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Sal t-Kueinn, Blotches, Snois, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, .Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratinns of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are eil'ectuaily destroyed aud ro
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForFemaleComplaints, in young
or old, married or einglo, at the dawn of
womanhood, or the turn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display bo decided an influence
that improvement is coon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its imparities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; ronr fueling will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and tht
health of the system will follow.
, R. tl. McDONLO & CO.,
DrnfrgUt It Gen. A (rti., San Franeiaco, Califor
nia 4 oor. of Waiihuirton and Charlton SuN.I.
Hold Itjr B.U Drutfglau andlMaUra.
C. F. UFEU,
Diamonds, Watches and Fancy Goods.
VtTOULD re'peotfhllT a to the cltlsenK of
11 vmton mai ne nan-nmrM niamorK
making on of the lrnM in the 8lat. Our
bumneaa ha inrreaxtd every Tear up lo the
firnent time and me feel Ihiinkful lo the rub
ic for pant fatora. and are determined lo keep
a large Hook of etert thing umirI't found in
a Hret-clasa Jpwrlr Store, and will keep the
linen etock of cold and solid miter, also the
htsl Plated Oooda , at low a any houne in the
We keep all tha different hranda of Amen
eaa Wathea Howard, United Htatea, Klin.
Waltham and Bprinafield Manufacture, both
to gold and ilrer cane. Alao a large line ol
GOLD IMPORTED WATII1ES,
from 125 to 1300.00, iileo eilrer from 112 to
1160. Vie hare a Teir reliable lull Jeweled
Siler Watch from llJtolJO.
A full line of all good in otirllne, or made
to order hy eipenened workmen. Repair
ing will receive prompt attention
Please drop in and tea u. Mo IronMe to
how good. 24iul
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Embroidering and Fluting Machines.
"It i Ingenious and will met ih want ol
everr matroa in to land.''
John Z. Gaflt, Rre. 8ee'; F i. Barnard,
Pre.; Samual 1). Tilmau, Correapondlng
Hew Trk, Notember !0, ItTl
Thia simple aad Ingrnibi machine i aa
naaful a the aewint oiai-hin, add lafaw ba
eomiog popular with ladle, in th place ol
expraaiv ntedla work, lt work being much
more handaome, requiring much lea time
and not one-teolh part ti.e expenae. ho la
dj'a toilet it complete without it i machine
with illustrated circular and lull instruction
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TOCK and Ore bole a good a new, for
sale at very low price. Call en
H.O. JONES Alton.
Done Neatly and .Promptly
Portsmouth Tribune Re-districting the State.
Tbe Democratic members of
the Ohio Legislature have
been holding caucus deliber
ations upon the expediency ol
so re districting: the State as to
make several districts now lie
publican, Democratic. At first
the measure received but faint
support only a few interested
parties nrging it, among them
Mr. Newman, ol Soioto, who it
is said is instigated by the de
sire to make this district Dem
ocraiie in hopes of being elect
ed to Congress. On Thursday
evening last a joint Democrat
ic cauous decided upon making
an attempt to re-district. A
new question, however, is
about to arise. It is claimed
that the State has been dis
tricted once on the basis of the
census of 1870. These lawyers
hold that this act is a priv
ilege which exhausts itsell up
on its first performance, and it
the Democrats, as ia- expected
they will, now proceed with the
new arrangement of districts,
they may be met by national
legislation in regard to the
Tine people of Southero Ohio
who are fortunate enough to
know Walter 0. Hood, of Mari
etta, will be glad to hear that
he has been appointed by Gov
ernor Allen to the office of
State Librarian. There was
no good reason for a change in
the office, the old Superintend
ent being a most efficient and
obligiug officer; but a change
having been determined upon,
it was eminently fitting that
Mr. Ilood should receive tbe
appointment. I met him iu
the House a few days since,
and was much gratified to see
him looking r-earty and well.
lie is a man of brains as well
a kind hearted and most affa
Ed. Cor. Pomeroy
The biil for the compulsory
education of tbe children, ol
tbe State of Illinois has been
passed by the liouse ol Repre
sentatives. According to its
provisions children between
the ages of 9 and 14 roust be
sent to school for three months
of the year, and six weeks of
the schooling must be continu
ous. Poverty can not be plead
ed as an excuse tor failure to
comply with the law, as all tbe
books necessary will be sup
plied by the State, and clothes
will be given to destitute chil
dren. Parents or guardians
who neglect to obey the law
will subject themselves to pros
ecution and to fiues for thir
teen weeks, rising from $1 to
$5 for each week of such neglect.
The Grange and the C. & O.
A new development, in the
tendencies of the Oranges is
just attracting attention at the
West. A letter irom Col. E.
0. Cabell, of Richmond, Va.,
sent to tbe St. Louis Republi
can, mentions the fact that a
leading official of the North
western Granges has written a
letter of inquiry asking if tbe
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
could be leased so as to be run
in the interest of the produc
ing classes. This, of course,
would mean an effoit to get a
great freight railroad by which
to Teach tide-water at the
smallest possible cost, and
among o'ber things without
Thk Congressional Temper
ance Societylorraed Feb. 22,
1833, held two large public
meetings. They were presided
over, in tbe absence ot Vice
President Wilson,- by the lion.
John Cessna ot Pennsylvania
and Senatot Morrill of Maine.
Dr. Chickering reported, as a
result of a canvass ol Congress,
that about one-forth of the
members atand on the society's
abstinence platform. Address
es were made by several Sena
tors and Representatives,
Judge Strong of the Supreme
Court, and others.
Wa will send (he Record and tht
Cincinnati Ouette to subscribers one
Three Hundred Fishermen
Adrift on a Field of Ice on
Dktmot, Mich., Feb. 23. A
heavy wind to-day has driven
ice from the month of Saginaw
river into the bay. It is re
ported that about 300 fisher
men are on the floating Ice, and
at last accounts were aboutfive
miles from land. Great fears
are entertained that the ice
will break up before the men
can be rescued, and' that a
fearful disaster will result.
Bat Citt, Mien , Feb. 23
Intelligence reached here this
soon, that nine o'clock this
morning, a large cake of ice,
several miles in extent, broke
off Irom the shore of Saginaw
Bay, at a point east of the light
house at tbe mouth of the river,
and extending down the east
shore. Upon this floating field
of ice were not less than thne
hundred fishormeo, and several
teams and sleighs. The men
are well supplied with shan
ties, food, fuel and provisions,
When last seen they had drift
ed several miles northeabt
and a strong southwest wind
was shitting to westward, drilt
iog the ice toward the : east
shore of tbe Bay.
Later A report from Seb e
waing this evening says fifty
men have made a landing
there. Other rejorts trom dil
lerent points say about two
hundred men have escaped.
Two men, named II. T.. Smith
and John Pouriner, of Banks,
are know to have been drown
ed. The ice is solid, and ran
ges from twelve to twenty
inches in thickness, and is not
easily broken up.
Wilmington, N. J., Feb. 23.
Steve Sower, the latt survivor
of the band ot Robeson county
outlaws, was killed in the up
per part oi Robe3on county by
three citizens. lie was tun
ing a banjo preparatory to
playing, when three shots
were fired at him, taking effect
in his head and killign biro in
Hon. S. S. Cox, in a speech
delivered in the National
liouse of Representatives,
recently, remarked that tbe
growth of the newspaper bad
dwarfed the importance of the
right of petition; that the peo
pie were coming more and
more to see in the newspaper
tbe most convenient channel
for bringing their wishes and
grievances to the notice of the
Cures all Kinds of Catarrh.
So successful has Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery prov
en, as a constitutional treatment
for Catarrh, when coupled with
the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, applied locally by tbe
use of Dr. Pierce's Nasal Douche
(the only method of reaching the
upper and back cavities of the
bead.) that the proprietor of these
medicines haslong offered a stand
ing reward of $500 for a case of
Catarrh which he can not core.
The two medicines, with instru
ment for f 2 by druggists.
A SPECIMEN OUT OF THOUSANDS.
CORTLAND, Ill., April 28 1873.
DR. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y.;
is with pleasure I
make this statement to you that
after taking medicine for twenty
years for the Catarrh, I tried
your Catarrh Remedy and ef
fected a care, so that it has not
troubled me for two years.
ExriKiRNoi will teach any man that
it ia advantageous to patronize those
who advertise in newspapers-
Sword's, Photographer, Chillioo.be
fives careful attention to making cop.
ies of other piotores. Piotures msv be
made as large as life from the tiniest
licket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judioiou
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colced ia the best
tries in oif, water colors, v.-yon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all eiroum
Farmers should not fail to ex
amine tbe patent farm gate foi
which George W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in thia am.
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever deeigne
fur a farm, costing fifty per cent
leu than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it cat
not sag. Examine it when yoi
are ia McAitUui.
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a piano,
Waut to sell a carriage,
Want a boarding place.
Want to sell town property,
. Want to eell groceries or drags,
Want to sell household furniture,,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets.
Want to Hud customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising mafces success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising sliawa energy, . :
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise w e l 1 ,
Every merchant, manufacturer
or butinets man who has become
prominently rich, lias made his
fortune by judicious advertising.
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stuck turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still better in pros
perify, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
Some merohaota s:iy it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
advertisement!); yet every merchant in
tbis county will read tins advertise
ment, and if he ia wise he will profit
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
oiler worth advertising. How much
more then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied with read
ing matter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the most iirportant
item of which iB where they can find
just what they want when they enme to
town to make their purchases. Ifvoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or it it is run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would wint, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world th ut you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's name a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in bis locality.
Ir you lose a watch, a dog ora child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, snowing mac every one will reac
(he advertisement But you will nlod
along io business year after year, with-'
out calculating now much you lire los
ing by not advertising it Rrporter.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the publto wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them I
give ' publicity to somo matter they '
would not care to divulge to the world.
even in tbe most obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser' t
Advkbtisino is apt to eive ns that
gentle jug ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new aress as soon as tne hay was in
remaps u woum be a good plan for
Madame to mark this Dassace and lav
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will ear that adver.
tiding will not yet civilize (he world!
Wht do neonle read advertisement?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
. m r r .i . .
wain, io see u tne season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watoh the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio Stale Journal
Thi pover or print Is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence bos a wonderful advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not oomprehend as well as they
might tbe capacity to influence, to per
uade, to convinoe, which lies in print
id matter. Spoken words require the
(traces or elocution and tbe force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
a nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent language, tbe quiet
issertion and the sense of permanenoe
bout printed matter whiob gives it a
marvelous force and influernoe. Busi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
tecomplished by a persevering use of
ihe printing: presses. Leara to ad vers
ise, and then the "how, when and
where" ot it, and you will hare a
uowlsdga worth baving.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS.
In Zaleski 1
THE Ealcakl Company, with a vie t the -development
of Ih local interest of ial
ki, to secure it permanent uiosparlty, aad to
adil to it population aad wealth, are bow
ottering to actual aeUlaia, twn lot i aad fcrm i .'.
lands at low price, and on liberal terms.
Persona desiring to examine the property
aod to buy cheap house will apply at UN' '
Company' offices to :
R. THOMPOH, Meaajrer.
Zaleskl, Ohio, Mar 13, 1871. - tt ' '
. BUT ONLT THE GENUINE.
GOODRICH TUCK MARKER;
Which is adapted to
All Sewing Machiiies . ,. ,
NOTICE particularly the tip of H.C.
GOODRICH, Chicago, Ills., with rive patent
stamp. II. C. COODBICII. , , . ,
Office and salesroom (06 Slut t., :hieffdj,
1"- ,Sk,. , , J ) ;. . f
t f vjlr'l' 1:7
If you are Suffering from aar.
Broken, Down Conalltutloii,'
Or require a Remedy to . . ? ,i
PnriTy and Enrich the mood,
You will find Dr. Crook's CompexiBtdNjrrs
tip of Poke Knot to posmett y renter mcr
it, cure you more apwdily. and do yool
more good than any and all ether1 ram
dies combined. TbaS Pale Yellow,
rkljr-loklngRklsi la changed to on.
Of lieshueHa anii linalth. Tuoae l Incase
of the In, -Pimples, FustBles,
Illetrhes and Krnpilona ar Yemoved.
icrofula, Nerofnloua Ilcnsea of th
Kyca, While Mwelllaiffa, Ulcers, Old
Korea or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle and disappear nnder Ita Influence,
H hat Is It? It la nature's own restorer I
A soluble oxydof Iron combined Willi the,
medicinal properties of Poke KootdlVeeted .
ot ull dlaaureeiible qualities. It will ear
any tflneauie whose real or direct cause IS
Hurt Hlood. HIiraniMllam, Pl la
l.lmksnr Boaew,wnmatlM brsken -ttowu
by Mercurial or other poison, ar
all cured by IU For fty pbllfa, or Sypkb.
Ill l tiiln t, there la nothing equal to it. A
trial will pro volt, Uoldb
GEOBUE W. SISSON, McArtkar, Ohl.
WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND DAILY,
THE WEEKLY PON la too widely knowa
lo require any extended recommenHatien;
hut the reason which hare already given it
fifty thoueand aubsenberv, anil which will,
we hope, give it many thousand mora, are
blieflyaa follow t
It is a flrrt-rate newapaper. All the new et
the day will be found in it. condensed whea
unimportant, al full length when of moment,
and always presented in a clear, intelligible,
and inteieating manner.
It ia n Aral-rate family paper, fnll of enter
taining nnd instructive reading of every kind,
but containing nothing thai can offend IBB
most delicate and scrupulous taste.
It is a tint-rate story paper. The best tales
and romance of current literature are care
fully selected and egihly printed in II page.
Hi a lir-t-rate agricultural paper. The
most fre-h and instructive article on agri
culture topic regularly appear in this de
partment. It ia an independent polities) paper, belong
ing to no party and wearing no collar It tight
for principle and the election of the best mea
to office It especinlly devotes it energie to
the expoaura of the great corruptions that
now weAken and disgrace nut country, and
Ihrenten to undermine republican institution
altogether. It has nolear ol knave, and aaks
no favor of their supporters.
It reporta 'he fashions for the ladles and Ih
markets for the men. especially the cattla
mnrkelK. to which it nays particular attention.
FnmllOt ia the cheapen! paper published.
One dollar a year will seoure it for any sub.
eciiber. It is not necessary to geiupaolub
order to have TUB WEEKLY BUN at thi
rata. Any one who sends a singledollsr will "
get the paper for a year-
THE WEEKLY MTN.-Elght piges,
fifty-six column-, dnly tl a year. Ko dis
count from ihi rule.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY fJTJir.-8am
ilea the Daily Sun. 2 00 a year. A dis
count of 20 per cent, to clulis or 10 or ever.
THE DAILY HUN. A large four-page
newspaper of twent eight colimn. Paily
circulation over 120,000. Ail the new for
cents. Subscription price 80 cent a month,
or te a year- To clubs of 10 ur over, a di
count of 20 per cent.
Addreas TUB 8UN, New Yik City.
A BOOK r Pit THE MILLION !
j marry ou lah7aioilea4
jiTint;i ana nmiutiHl
htMl dlMovtriM U protlMlng tnd prtrtnUni tfaprlat.
9W M prtMlf t lb MmpiCllvO, 4t
TbUii ao litorwUaf work oft kai4r4 aid tfitv
taiei.whh non.cr.oi oravln(fii, aod eoauloavIabli
fa(brilion for thoM who fcrt BarrittJ.or MQWatptau
tiafi. Still ilia took thftioaghi t k ptufertowi,
4Udkt7.ftn4 Botlldar.ru)j aboit thk-oM.
Il fooulai taa aipwrlotvca and adviea a f akttMaa
om repttiatloa la worM-wtda, aad ahoald ba la th art
aia drawar af arary nala and Teaala threat koatibt a lira
globa li aaaraoai mry thing oa tho an bite t a r tea fta
araUrotrauta that la worth kaowlaf.aad tmaah thai la
ot publlahad la aar othor work.
Seat to aoj ono (frw af postage) fbr'Iflr CoaU.
AddrtM Dr. Bam PUpowar la . Jtijhik rtmt
I IfOiui, Jaa
Kotice to the Afflicted and Unftrtuaat.
tnr. ,pl;la . It. alwl..i.iMki wb. tinrHu la
KblU pri,.r silo. oy q.sel rmdl,a Hru, Oh
mi wark ..mslur wa.i;..r.lHu.li, w k.v imlf
Ml. rr MaalUM.
Dr. Istu matilH a Soabl. kM r ttlT..rta
it I .d.rM kr I ik a.it Mtebrsu. SM4I.
M I pr.fm.ri r ikUMu.try ud lirotx. ud cu k. -Jilld
ptrHMlIf .r by si.II.m tbidU.uw MBlMn I
lit w.rii. oan ud ,.rlHi, a.. 1 a. ItakUj imai
a wklt ua Ciwiu, St. LmU, iu. "-w
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis. McArthur
& Coumbas Ealroad Co.
ALT, parties having subscribed to Ihe cap
ital atoek ol the 0.. McA. C. B. R. ar
hereby requited to make payment to IheBec.
retary of th. Company, at hi office oa tho
Public Square, in Galllnolis, Ohio, or if mora
convenient, lo Uaniel Will, President of Ih
Vinton County Bank, al MoArthur, Ohio, ef
an installment ol five dollara on each hr
so ubsenbed, within tea days of tbn date.
August 10, 1871.
dee 3 1871.
MnWV" w,ln B,'Bei1 Ky
full particulars FREE. 8. at. Spiscia, 11T
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