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. THE VINTON RECORD.
McARTHUR, QUIP,
TIIUKSDAY. MAR. 12, 1874
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Oaaad after Buadav.Itov. I. 1STS, Irwii
Will rue M follow: No. , 4, and
ran dailyj all other train daily.Suaiajsei.
.
OblMO IA8T.
No. I. ho S. No. I.
Vtetioas. Moil. Cid. Ei. Bt.I.Ex
tiaelana.i.. SOara SOara 40pm
Vhiilicoin...ll 06am I 33 pm 1 7am
rliblad Fur...l Uopm t Wpm t lm
kuDilfi.m..Ulllia lpra i enaro
Messrs vs..ll Mpm I pro Mum
tiMN u i , 6upm I A".pm I (Hum
alki. . 1 tiupm 4 (Mpm I leam
Mops Furaac.... 1 Hpm 4 llpra I (turn
fKui Sttrg.-. 4 Mpm V OVpm avajn
flOUtO WIST.
Mo. I. He. I. No. 4.
lUttoa: Wall. StL.El. Cln.El.
farksnourf T lra 10 SOara 10 lupm
lop rvrract...10 m I 14pm 1 Hum
V)or........10 4im 1 13pm 1 13am
Tmto W csem 1 lpr 1 ttim
kfcAateva 11 uuin 1 4lpm 1 41miii
aUssdca ....... ..11 Item 1 Supra 1 60m
ohlsnd Fut... 11 Sm I 04pm I Otem
ShiUicolhs ..1 4pra 1 10pm I Oum
lDCianM... .s Wpm I oupra 1 Mam
NO. AND 4 will atop at 0. a 8. Jaqctlon,
Lovstwd, UrsenHeld. Cnillicolha, tienvlen,
alhto, and Hootr Landing only. NOS. a
B S will (top al 0. a b. Junction, Madison
ill Lorclsad. GeeoAsld.Chillicuth. Hnm
ta Aihael tadSeo ' Landing only. MIS.
1 AMD S will make all stops-
IALESKI FRKIQHT,
Th taleaki Freight going eaal leaye
hillieolhaatt 80 a. m; Ravavill 7 li Rich
Wad Furnace, 6o; Hamdsn, arrira I So
dprt 46) McArtbur, li Vioton., 10 M;
Wkillxo. Uoing wt-Xleati, 1 OOp.m ;
Vinton I , nVAilh'ir 1 44; Uamdu, arrive
L go-depart S as; Richland Furnac, 10;
ivevillc. 4 41: Cbillkoius, ia.
fa rAST STOCK, wuh regular pa'senger
aaratuehad, leer Athens at 1J14P. M .con
aecliag wit thai!. V.K.H., Hop It 21, Za
tki 4 04, Tiatoa 4 tt, MeArlhur 4 64, Ham
Ira IS, Richland 60, ChilliooUie T 60.
Traiaa oa Ma rHWToMOUTH BRANCH
Will lv Hamdaa at f 16 a.m. and 1 46 p.m.
arriving at Porumoulh at 10 go a tn. and 4 46 p.
ai, Raturaiaglrsia 111 leave PorUmoutli at
I 00 a. m, and a 00 p. ra., arriving al Ham
a al 11 W a. a. and t 04 p. m.
Trains eonaeet at Lovelaid for all point on
IhaLlttla Miami Railroad, and tth Indianap
I la aad Giacinnatl Railroad Jnncti n for all
point Weal; al Alhtna, with the Columbus
o H. T. K, It., at Parkrburg, with lb B. A
8.B.B. W. W. PEABOUV.
General Superintendent.
WILOSVILLE AND HAMDEN
HACKLINE.
I WILL run a hack from Wi1kaill to
Hamdeo and return erery Monday Wednea
ay, Friday and Saturday for the accommo
datioa of passengers, makinit cloae eonneo
ion wun ina man train on in m. m v. n.
1 will alao earry rxpreiia package ahipped
to or from point ty
He Adam cxprpa
HlRAM VOWELL.
aepi
Ah Iowa school teacher baa
been discharged for the offense
of kissing a female assistant.
Whereupon a local paper in.
quires "what ibducment there
Is for any person to exile him.
ae!l to the country districts of
Iowa to direct the young idea
In its musket practice if he is
to be denied the ordinary lux
uries of every day life?"
The Courier-Journal, In ref
erence to the alleged anxiety
of the people of Eugland to
know the effect of the prohibi
tory liquor law in Ibis country
advises them to go to Lebanon
Junction, in Bullitt county,
and watch the effect upon a
train fa' I of thirsty pisEengers
whan they are told that the
mart-it attainable drink is
fairly miles off.
Not long since a very ner
vous lady took paiape at the
Tip-Top House, White Moun
(sins, to descend by the almost
perpendicular railroad. Her
fears were apparent to every
one and the following unique
dialogue took place between
her and the Conductor: Lady.
Mr. Conductor, how do you
bold these cars when you want
to make a stop? Conductor.
Uadarue, we apply the brake,
vhich you see there. Lady.
tiuppote; Mr. Conductor, that
brake should give way what do
yon do then! Conductor. Mad
ame, we then apply the double
acting brake, which you see at
the other nd of the car. Lady.
But, Mr. Conductor, suppose
that brake should not be suf
ficient to check the ctr, where
will we go then? Conductor.
Madame, I can't decide. That
depends entirely upon how
you have lived in this world!
Tfli imaginative advertiser
is a Southern man who gets up
s follows: What is woman?
A gentleman once asked,
"What is woman?" when a
married man replied, She is
an essay on goodness and grace
in one volume,elegant!y bound.
Although it may be dear, every
nan should have a copy of it.'
We will only add that when a
man takes a wife be should buy
her the "Monumental" or All
Right" cooking-stove and give
her a fatir start.
Bohi jackass says, "Cheer up,
eheer up; it's a long lane that
has no turn." Don't we know
it? Of course it's a long lane
that has no turn. How per
fectly absurd to expect a fellow
to "cheer up" because a lon
Jane has no turnl We decline
'' to cheer up for any such tea
on.;
UraU'ful Thousands proclaim
Vehkqab Bitters the most wonder
ful Iarigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
No Ferson can take these Bit
tors according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not uMtroyed by mineral
poison or other mans, and vital or
fans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, llrazoa, Rio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
beat and dryness, are invariably ac
compvuiled by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In tbeir
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
J3ITTH88, as tbey will ipeeoui' remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowel are loaded, at the game time
ttimalatiug the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tion of the aicestive organ.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
ViNKOAk Bitter. Ho epideiuio can
tako bold of a system thus fore-armed.
lyspepsla or indigestion. Head-
acbo, Tain in the Shoulder, Coughs,
Tightness of the Cheat, Dixiinesa, Soar
Eructation of the Stomach, Bad Taute
in the Mouth. Bilious Attack. Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of tue aUuneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspcysia. One bot
tle will prove a better gttarantoe of it
merit than a lengthy advertiHeinent.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whlto
Swelling, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Keck, Goitre, Scrofuloua luQuimiiations,
Indolent Inflammations, Itercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, TValkkb' Vin
ioai Bitters have ehowu their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate and
intractable canes.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.'
Mechanical Diseases. Fersons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as ther advauce in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
VntEOAR Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions.
Tetter. Salt-Kheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustulos, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eye, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurf, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors aud Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug np and carried out of the system in a
short time by the nse of these Bitters.
l'ln. Tune, and other norms.
larking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms liko these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perception.
tieanse the vitiateu uiooa
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanxe it wnen you una u oo
strncted and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the system will follow,
R. U. iflcDOMAtO CO.,
Drotrglat A Gen. Agta Ban Franeieoo, Califor
nia, A cor. of Waaliington and Charlton St,N.T.
C. F. OTJFKU,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
IMPORTER OF
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
CIIILLICOIIIE, 01110
WOULD rprctfllllT a; to the citizens or
Vinton Co that he ha enlarged tils stork
making one of the largest In the Slate. Our
buainess has increased eierj vear up lo the
prei-ent lime and we leel thankful to the pub
lw tor oast favors and are determined lo keep
a large 'lock of ever) thing UMial'y found in
a flret-clasa Jewelry Store, and will keep the
finest slock or gold and solid enter. wo me
best Plated Uooda , as low as an jr house in the
Wert
We keep all the different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard, United Htates, Elgin.
Waltham and Springfield Manufactured, both
in gold and silrer cases. Also a large line of
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
from 125 lo $300.00, also silrer from til to
f l&o. We have a veiv reliable lull Jeweled
bilrer Watch from 118 to $20.
A full lino of all goods in our una. or made
to order by experienced workmen. Repair
ing will receive prompt attention
Pleas drop io and sea as. Ho trouble to
bow goods. 24ul
DIPLOMA.
AWAKDKD IT T1S
American Institute,
TO J. W. McKEE,
FOB
Embroidering and Flutine Maolines-
"Itia Ingenious and will meet tb want of
Terr matron is the laaa. '
Exhibitioner 1878.
John E. Oafit, ftee. Bsc';; F. A. Barnard,
Pre.; Samuel I). Tilmai, Corresponding
' Rew York. November 20. U7
This simple and ing.nioi a machine is as
useful a the sewina machine. aj1 ufaai be-
coming popular with lariiea, in the place ol
enx-naiire ntedle work, it work beina much
mora bamleoma. rqwnng muck leva ume
and not nna-teatb part ll.e expense. No la
djr's toilet i complete without it A machine
witb illustrated cin ulsr and lull instruction
aeni on receipt of It or Soisbrd iu ail? er plate
fbr$S79.
Add re, The McKe Blaaanetariaw Co
Sua ttroaaaay. New York.
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extensire; it new ysried, and trom every
quarter of tn glut; its agricultural denails
mentfullnf practical Informatioe; while ita
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adapted to both young and old; aud it r
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ceries and dry goods, ar always th latest
and most reliable.
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building, stable, wood sod coal house and oth
er necerrary out-bnildiugs. Th premise
oomatn 1 acres, including 1 acre of vineyard,
all thrifty Hearing tines; there are also thirty
bearing apple trees beet varisty of grafted
fruit, twenty-five beariag peach trees best
budiied fruit, cnerne, quince, pium,snaa
variety of small fruit. For further particulars
inquire at Hie ofhes of this paper, or at th
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S Done Jteatly and iromptly,
at this oi rim.
A Rusian Bear Hunt.
A Rusian Bear Hunt. St. Petersburg Correspondence of the London Times.
A grand Lunt was held a few
days ago' at Gatchlna, about
23 miles irom'SL Petersburg.
The Cssr, and a large number
of his'roysl guests, Including
the Crown Prince of Germany
and Prince Arthur were pres
ent. The hunters were sfstiObed
in a Iiub along a footpath lead
ing through the beech and fir
trees, a jager with a lance
stock in the snow by his side
marking the exact spot which
each as to occupy, according
to a number given to him. The
Emperor was in the centre ol
the line, .but was unfortunate
that day and did not get a shot.
Oue or two of the great mai
tiffs which are set upon the
bear if be becomes dangerous
and threatens to attack a hun
ter were brought in sleighs.
The sport was bgun by the
great intercircle of miscellane
ous beaters advancing to a tone
of noises unearthly enpugb to
wake a dead, let alone a bybei
nating bear. An inner circle
of regular huntsmen, in red
shirts, and carrying borns,upon
which they signal exactly what
the bear is d ling, urged on the
aogs, a sort of hall breed fox
hounds, encouraging ihem with
the cries of Pohol! Poshol!"
("ForwardI forward V)
Sometimes the bear will not
wake for all the shoutings and
barkings, and has even to be
pricked out ol his lair with the
huntsmen's lances. But the
bear of Saturday broke cover of
his own accord, and went lum
bering along through the snow
till it was sent to sleep again by
ride bullets. This done, a hot
lunch was served on a table set
in the snow, the dead bear
sprawling like a spatch cock on
a 6ledge close by. - ,
Then the emperor and his
guests got mto the sleighs
again, and drove off to a wood
which was lull of wolves, and
which was securely ' netted
round to prevent the animals
breaking away. The sportsmen
were posted as beiore, and the.
red shir'ed, black-capped.horn-
blowing huntsmen rode furi
ously through the thick cover,
and in this way thirteen wolves
a iox or two, and some hares
were secured. Driving back to
Uatchina, the emperor gave his
guests a good dinner, the menu
o which was prettily ornament
ed witb spotting subjects.
The shortest and surest w ay
to live with honor in the world
is to be in reality what you
would appear to be, and if we
observe, we shall and that all
hum an virtues increase'' and
strengthen themselves by the
practice and experience of
them.
One editor says: ''This paper
has one subscriber who would
lie awake nights if he were in
auy way prevented from pay
ing bis subscription for a year
in advance on' the 28ib of Jan
uary. We don't want our friends
to lose 'any sleep, butiyou
know bow it is yourself.
The editor of the Atlanta,
Ga., Herald draws a deep sigh
of relief now that the local lot
tery is over, says he has been
cured of "drawings," and in the
future will "devote our entire
energies and our entire captial
to the legitimate iroprovemen
of ;the Herald as a newspaper.'
, A Peoria : naturalist,' in at
tempting to warm the ears of a
frozen wasp over a gas jet, dis
covered that the tail of the in
scet thawed out first, and work
ed with a rapidity that was as
astonishing as the hideous pro
fanity of the naturalist, who
held the Insect by the tail while
thus experimenting.
The most appalling case of
deatuess that we ever came
across outside of an asylum
was that of an old ' lady who
lives iust across the street
from the Navy Yard. The oih
er day they fired a salute of
twenty one guns, ' The old la
dy was observed to start and
listen as the las t gnn was fired,
and Ibea exclaim, "Come in."
Keeping Apples in Srwdust.
I made an experiment last
winter and spring of keeping
apples in dry sawdust,. with
good result. I packed several
barrels, putting in a. few at a
lime, anl then filling with dust
by shaking down. There were
kept fresher and better than the
others. I kept Vicar pears by
this means until late in the
spring. In Msreh or April, 1
put some Koxbury russets into
a barrel with sawdust, and hav
ing more then we wished to use
some were leit io the bottom.
On the 4th of October, I em
ptied the contents, and found
one apple almost sound the
rest to perfect form, though de
cayed. Later, about the 15th, I
emptied a box of English
streaks, left in the same, way,
and found one entirely sound.
Correspondence County Gentleman
tleman
Freezing will not Kill Cured
Corn.
to correct an
erroneous- idea going on the
rounds of the press. It is pop
olarly supposed that a temper
ature of four degrees below
zero will kill the germ of corn.
This is not so; my corn was ex
posed twenty-two degrees be
low zero last winter, andeveiy
kernel grew. The trouble gener
ally comes iu autumn. The far
mer delays husking his corn
till cold rain comes on, ending
with a snow storm and freeze.
The corn, not yet thoroughly
cured in the shock, is first sat
urated by the rain and then
frozen, and the germ is killed.
Corn husked and thoroughly
cured before cold weather
comes on may be taken to the
UNorlh Pole and brought back,
aud I will warrant it to grow.
H. R. Beach, in Ohio Farmer.
mer.
For pure grit and long con
tinued patience you eught to
go to Toledo. A young lady in
that town has sent 116 pieces
of poetry to a newspaper, and
though all have been rejected,
she is struggling with another.
Chester Pike, broke his leg
in uoncora ana wus carried
home. Ills wile was frightened,
and in running to meet him fell
over a dog, breaking her arm.
Now, if we could only find out
what Happened to the dog.
Consumption,
the scourge of the human family,
a . a
may in its early stages be
promptly arrested and perman
ently cured.
Dr. R. V. Pierce! Ar-For
the last year 1 have leen using
your Golden Medical Discovery.
I owe my life to it, hiving been
ufflicted for years. Did not us4
t but a short time before I was
benefitted; at that time 1 as
very bad, not able to sit up much,
ws suffering greatly with my
throat, was getting blind, bud s
dry cough, and much pain in my
lungs.' I have used twelve bot
tles of the discovery and am aU
most well.: ' ' "
KATE T. WARDNER.
A son of Mr. J. II. Meseck of
Chatham Four Corners, N. Y.,
has been cured oT Consumption
by, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery , so says Mr. C. B
CanfiaJd, editor. of: the Chatham
Courier. :.! .
S. R. Eglor, druggist, of West
Union, .0., writes to state that
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Die
covery has effected a ;wonderful
cure of Consumption in his neigh
borhood. , ; ;
ExrBKiENCB will teaoh any man that
it is advantageous to patronise those
who advertise in newspapers" '
- Bdioxd's, Photographer, CbiUieothe
gives careful attention to. making cop
es of other pictures. Pictures may be
made aa large as life from, the tioieei
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judioioui
coloring. Photographs from nature oi
from other pictures colored In the oeei
styles in oil, water colors, -.T'n, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all oirouni
stanoes.
Farmers sh juld not fail ti ex
amine the patent farm gatc foj
which George W.-Bronton, Mr
Arthur, is the sgeas in this an
Jackson county.- It is the bee
and. cheapest gate ever designs
for a farm, costing fifty per cen
jess than be old fashioned gati
and is more durable, lor it cs
not sag. ' Examine 1 it when yo
we ia McArtnar.
A A
D
V V
EE
A
E E
Ii You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a piano,
Want to cell a carriage,
Waat to buy orsell a farm.
Want a boardibg place.
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell grocerlenordniga,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to And customers for anything.
ADVERTISE.
Advertising will gain new customers.
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertise or "bast,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Advertise
ifofjry merchant, manufacturer
or businett man who hat become
prominently rA, has made hit
Toriune oy juaiaout aavenvsmy
No exception to thit rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchant!, when a poor man, wai
driven lo advertising, a! a last
retort, lo get hi! ttuck turned into
money io ai to meet a note. Ar
guing from thit that if it wai
good for him in advertily, hf
could make it elm better m prot
perity, he became a pertitlent ad
ver liter, and thut gained nit co
lottal fortune.
Some merchants sny it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant iD
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer worth advertising. How muoh
more then will those rend 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 important
item of which is where they can find
just what they want when they come to
town to make their purchases. Ifyoui
stock is so old, rusty, 'dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or if it i 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 that you have them, and want
to sell thorn at a fuir price.
An advertisement published for a sin-
ele day does duty beyond that day.
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine, lo the
end it will make a roan's name a per
manent matter, a pieoe or real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his looality.
If you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you ure los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that new-paper advertisement
are not read by the public wish to he
convinced of their errt.r, just let them
tive publioity to some matter they
would not care to divuJge to tbe world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser'
Gazette.
Advertising is apt to give as that
gentle jog of conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised oar wife
a aew dress as soon as the har was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
me paper upon ner ousoand s break
fast plate. Who will say that .adver
tising will not yet civilise the worldl
Why do people read advertisements?
T . u :.: j i
a u sow wuu ta ousorprieiua; sou Hi learn
what ia n-ointr on. To aee if thara ia
anything new, or anything that tbey
want, to see u toe season's : styles
have corns in, sod to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off al reduced rates, or' to watch ' the
ohanoe of an auction.: For amusement
To eatiofv euriosty. Because they
have read all tbe stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and acoidenta.
because tney want to. Because tbey
can help itAw State. Journal,
, , Ths power of priut la well known,
but not well understood. A printed
ssntence has a Wonderful advantage
ier one that ia written or spoken.
This is one of .the many reasons which
fives an importance to advertising. But
idvertisers, even those of experience,
In not comprehend as well as they
night the eapaoity to influence, to per
nade, to convince, which lies in print
d matter. Spoken words reaoire the
races of elocution and the foroe of
loquence. yet even thee fade awav ii
t nothingness if not ctapht in their
light and printed. . But there is some
hing in tbe silent language, tbe quiet
seertion and tbe sense of permanence
bout printed matter whiob give it a
aarvefous force and influernce. Busi
iea men should never nermit .them
. elves to loose, sight of wbst mav be
oootnplished by a persevering nse of
' ne printing presses. Learn to adrer
ie, and then the "how,wben and
rhere" ot it, and yon will have a
uowieags worn Having,
FOB SA.LE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski-
TBI tslaskl Compeer, -h 5?
development of th local lowreaUof Aalaa
a i, to secure its permanent aioMrlly,aaie)
al lo its popolaiioa and waaita, arc aow
ortenng to actual UIie, tow" lot sadfcrm ,
lands at low price, and oa liberal r"e.
Persons desiring to examine tha property
led lo buy cheap bousaa will apply al IM .
C.r,',.Sc.l!fiins(pol)i u
Zaleski, Ohio, Nay IS, IUK
ILABBIES,
BUY ONLY THE GENU1KB
GOODRICH TUCK MARKEBrf
Wnici. ntdpptedttf;
All Seeing Machines, .
NOTIfJK particularly Ihc stavp of H.C.
GOODRICH, Chicago. Ills., wuh nv patent
stomps. U. C. fcOODBICH.
Otni aad salesroom SO Blatc at., Chicago,
III. tseng '
E
If you are Suffering from ny
CHRONIC DI8EA8E,
Broken. Down CoiulltaUeaV
Or require a Remedy to
Parity and Enrich tbe BloeeX,
ton will And Dr.Crook'iCc)tis)c)Ijrt
Sip of KooS to MrM " "
7, euro you more apeedlljr, and do yo
more good than any and all ottier reaae
die combined. TbaS Pale. Tel low,
B rklylMklnf Rkla la changed to one
of Ireshnesa and health. Thocc itlacl
of the Mklai, Planplaa, rental),
ftlotrhee and Eruption) are removed.
Scrofula, Ka-rofnloaa DtsweutM of the
Kyeo, While welling, lllcora, 4M4
More or nor kind of Hnmor rapidly,
dwtndleamt disappear under llalnflusnoa.
M hat la lit It la nature's own rwatorarl
A soluble oyd of Iron combined with the
medicinal propertlMorPokeBootdlvet4
ot ll disagreeable qualltlca. It will ears
ny atlaewsa whose real or direct cans U
Bad Blood. Kneaaalaaa. Ihslate M
l.lmba or ttonoa, C'ooaUto .lone broke
down by Mercurial or other poison, are
II cured by lb for ftyphllta, or
lltlctalnl, there la noUilngiul W it at
trial will prove 1. bold by
CEOBUI W. 8I8SON, OleArtkar, Ohio.
THE SUN.
WEEKLY, SBaU-WBBELY HD DAILY,
THE WEEKLY PUN Is too widely kaowa
to require any extended recommendatta
hut the reasons which liar already girea il
fifty thousand subscribers, ami which will,
we hpc give II many thousand more, are
biiefly aa follow I '
IHsflrtt-ralenfwpaper. All Iheoswset
tha day will lie found in it. condensed whea
unimportant, el full length whea of moment,
una always presented in a clesr, intelligible,
and interesting msnner.
It Is Arsl-ratc family paper, 'nil of enlsr.
lalning and instructive reading of every kind,
but containing nothing that can oflsad loo
most delicate and scrupulous ttc. '
1 1 is a flrst-rste storr oarer. Th aosl tlV
and romances of current literature arscsrs
fully selected snd egibly primed ia Us par.
It IS a nrvl-rais awricuuprii paper, is
mostfrh and instructive srticlea on agrt.
cullurkl topici regularly appear ia Ibis ds
larimeni.
It s an Independent political paper, belong.
Ing lo no party snd wearirg no collar It Rgh ts
for principle snd the election of the best nea
io omcc it especially devoirs us eacrgies io
the expo-lire of the great corruptions that
now weaken and disgrace om country, and
threaten lo undermine renublieaa institutions
altogether. It has nolear ol knaves, end asks
oo isrors ortnetr suniwriera.
II reports the tHehions for theladiee and tbe
markets for the men. especially the cattle
markets, to which it pays psrticulsr sttenlios.
Kinnllv. il la the cnpaiiSMt oaner nublished.
One dollar a year will seenre it for any sub
ciiDer. it is not necessary io gmnpeciu
n orlerto have THE WKEKLV bUN al thia
rale. Any one who sends a singl c dollar ill a
get Ihc paper for a year.
THE WEEKLY BCT Jf.-Elf ht aagss.
flfly-six columns, only ft a year, fiodn-
ounrs irom mis rare.
THE HEMI.WEEKI.T SCir.-sna
.iieas the lisily Hun. aSOOayesr. Ada
ouni nr su per cent, to viun or iu or ever.
THE DAILY SUN. A large soar rag
newapsper of tweul eirht soli mns. Dsily
circulation over 180,000. l the aews mr
8 cents. Unhacriptioo price SO cent a moalk.
or te s year- To clubs ol 10 or over, a die
count i f 20 Per rent.
Addreaa "THE rUN, New Tark CMy.
A BOOK FOR THE niLLIOV
Xslarriagej
A friviuCsiaifUrutkt
Harris r tsa sjii ta
tarry Ut h7sWtcfts4
yiltiiaausl rOTsWilea
ta mi na I avstsTsm. v tu aktsk
Culdo.
HUst iiscMTtrit la fndimf ta4 yrtf sttUf saflaflt)
IVav ia rsNrTf tlv cwMpUiU,
This is ast IaUrsUstf wrh 1m a4 Atf
Kfl,wi(l NaMrwM (rstTlsiga, aa4 mtaviska fcjaaai
rtmatidti tor Utoss wsM ar aavarT-rSei.sTT wiatae sssvp.
rtaia. Itllllllas. tvok Uaiaacbt la W kst aVwMitot
Md kary, aa4 tltiel erarrly aboyat tiva .
It aoaiavlaa tha ipt-tnM Mel Uvieey t iMiiM
M rat titatlo U watrkl-wldf, susej tsVaaM toltttw stt
fata 4rawar W ava rj ai4 ftaU (hrMffe tlM MUr
It satrasM at ryitilaf tha f t
rTIMal IBM M Wertal IMffUI.IM aSSMell
-tvatl
yrMpaMitBisi aay sxasr wri.
aUntM any (fraf paiaf) hrTXfif Ctitfi
losirtM
t. LoaU,
Or. Aatu 0ba.wf , M X 3 1 Mm!
t i
i '.in
Voiles to ths Affllctel and ITaArtunsts.:
f ftr ssalylftf k tb tMtrisw sjiacawfco Im
tmM sorstr asiM ) rwali atriM '
us' n snaiur vsui jmtr u la, r n c9t
) rear Mavdhra.
Pr. Batu iMbk aVaaa tf Iwty-ttrafi
tania;l alaaaraatcl ay aaaia t tat bmI taUlmto4 vmcU
anlpntVsanartalaaaatrT aad) Inroad, aav4 tatast
alte4 MfMaiallr r by atall. m tlr4lraa aaOaaiadi la
fcliwar.a. oeoaa aa4 nr lata. Ma. 11 V. aarsaai
aw wswww CMjoj pwriwn, aww. a . aaapsaa
HWaW MaVkflt aVati OkK, lis Wcif, Mtaj
9HW
a
Notice to ibe Stockholder! of
the Ga.lpolis. McAnhttt
& Ganmbas Balroad-Co.
4 LIi parties having subscribed loth caw
Aitsl atoek ol the 8.. steA. A C; a. E. (
isretiy requited to make payment to thaBee
vtary of the Company, at his office ea the
Mlblic Bqnare, in Oallfnoli, Ohio, ot if mar
unvenlenl, lo lianiel Will ( freaideale th
Vinton County Bank, at MeArthor, Oaeo, ot
n installment ol te dollar oa each share
o subecribed, withia lea days f this dale
Aogu.tlO. 1871.
WM.H0BF.R.8ee'y
tt.McA.aUAC.
dee S UT1.
MniJCVwbrluV with Stencil ley
iVIUnCF Check outats. Tatalogoes aad
nil particular FREE. 8. M. Spisois, HI
'laanover St., Boston.
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- AovTuiiBfl rr misd foople, of
things they. bad. been wanting.!
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