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TllCfe'J AV APitlt 2. 1874.
M. & C. R. TIME TABLE.
j
On and alter flu n 'da TV
undav. No. I. 1ST, trains
'III run aa followe: No, t, 4. t ul I
rue dmly: allfthcf wains deilj.Suadaj x
pH.Hlii r.i'.fl' . it.
QOlKd BAST.
No. I. ho I. He.S.
ttmp , Mm. -. Cn. K. ., S.L.Kx
Cinqiao; titnm I 1 autm, , tom
Criillieoih...!! u&am f Supra 1 Slam
Itiohlaud Fur..li 06pie S tllpra t Slam
MmdrA.-U glpia Uim I 4am
koAT-ll im I 4m Mm
ViiW! LJ...iu 'ii I m 3 07ro
Kale-lci I Odpm f IHpm I loam
low Furnace.... 1 Hum llpnt S t4am
Paraierum I Upm., T OUura tiin
p-1
A tic I.
V: . -
ttn.tx.
W 3upm
1 14am
I nam
1 Stem
1 41am
' 1 &im
t Mam
, a uuam
Parker cut
C'-ffg .. 1 10am
10 soam
I 14pm
1 Llpm
1 Upm
1 41 pm
t auum
I (tipra
Hop Furnae.....10 30a aa
aniKi..
.lfl 4hn
rtotoa I i
Hamdan
vicnhUMi rT.
W Mam
.11 Wan
.11 Wain
11 Mam
,1S 4iipm
Caaajoetha,
iupm
7 oopra
Jincimuili,
,. 6pm
I Warn
sA.'l AND 4 will at on at 0. S. Junctloa,
I.neeland, Ureenfleld, Chitlicothe, Hamdea.
Athena, and) Scott's Landing odIt. NOM. 4
AND 6 Will atop el C. B. Junction, Madiaon
villa Loveland.arernAeid.Chillu-othe. Hum
den Aihenl anSoott'e Landing only. NOH.
1 AND will mail all ilop n
I ALECK t tRRIOHT.' ' '
Tha aWaakL-l'reigb.t loiat .. leaye
Ohillicothf Stejioa.m Har-filla T 15; Rich
land Fitimcel tot- -HamiN arrrv I 3V
depart I 46; Jlulrtar, AiVmlon, ,10 A3;
fctfeaki II (ioin wf nl-'ZHleani, i 00 p. m i
Vinion t Ji4Hh.lr f a&uUsaiden, arrive
S 20-depart S Bichland. Furnace, 4 10;
atayardle, 4 4 V, Chillicotrte, t 8.
Taja rASf STOCK, with regular twveer.ger
ar attached, leave Aiheut at 110 t.M .con-,
aecilng wit b I hi K. VeH JR.. (top ;l 2 Z
IcaleW , V intaa 4 , McArlhnr I 64. Ham.
drn 6 l, R4c4ilnnd t U, Chillieoiha 7 80.
Trami on tha PORTSMOUTH - BRANCH
ill lean Hamdeo,atT at a.m. andl4Sp.ro.
arrlften atfoatimu(h at I 2a m.aadt 44p.
m. Maurainioraiaa il leaya Portsmouth at
I OQ a. in, mat . W pjm atrifingat Ham
dan W a. Wand 0 p.m.' "
,Tria connect as I.oraland for all polnti on
t la Little Miami Railroad, and at I he Indianap
olia anil Cincinnati RailroailJunctl.il for all
kAinl. WW!. iIiAam. viiWTVh fW. I II m Villi
H. V. i ft ParkwbiirA witR the B.
(jenernl Supenntenaent.
WILXESVILIaB AND HAMDEy
EINE.
a. i . f 1 1. u ' j...
I Witt run a hv:k rmm WilKenie to
Hamden and return every Monday, Wertnci
da, Krulny and Saturday for the arcommo
dation of naasentfera. making cloaaeonnefl
lion with Iho mail traina on the M.1C, R. B
1 will 1ho carry rxprena paokaft"" ahipped
tofrom poiofh,
"'J-X
irp'CQ'9(dt, Mo.,; Democrat
gives a dish-lirter as an induce
ment to 6ubscnbera:i -
.fnitTSliifJrtyjand if your
cross le heavy remember you
ha.not.ftocarry it. . :
entire absence of sunstfOKes lor
tbe month of December. ,Y . .
A New York establishment
advertises 4:Fefrfum.ed . toHk
baths for rhetrompfexion."
jypoior family ifli.Gref n Bay
haTtfiynjortgage their six dogs
laslweek to get a barrel of flour.
Thetrase is pitiable. .,
Tagreat difference between
Byroa,"and Burns in early youth
wasUiat the one 1 was a . Uar
Tothbvy and the other a plow-
boyr", !..
VVaynesborougu, Pa. boosts
of 9 hnunted distillery, which
"JWJk the place, where one
wouldiaturally look for spirits.
A malicious person says that
cottW bheets and1 newpaper
pheeTJ are alike in the respect
tluTft great many people lie
in tueni.. , ;
A'aog with two tails was
6ewkO.ii Germantown tbe other
dayOiie belonged to an ox,
ant-was carried in the mouth
ufj&e canine. ''
"Sioux city horeHlfaifl
bi7cfcnd tau dog that killed a
tiVisand rats in a mouth. This
isa good pufl for the dog, but
ia jXttl on the hotel.'
Aw.exoliarjge6ayj:Je9pn
eye out lor the early resump-
eyes are already out looking
lor Hfand Voiffe du'r 'elbows."
AlK,ProiDitf6n--pa,rty v,ln
lwJanipahirft have followed
in tie1 waReHr til Prohibition
PPW0:,, pastern pa
per says:
Pne eatnreof the Republir
can defeat is worthy of special
remark. It is, that while the
RepabiroHja; boldry..-adop!ed
prohibitory pITfik in their plat-
iorm, tM ci 'called Prohibitory
party .voted,.for their own 'men
and prevented the choice of
Representatives in the Kepbb-
licarflowos-of Rochester; New
port,'Bnst6l, and other; places
Had ibey adteir. with; the Re
publicans inJhose towns the
Legislature '-would have been
EtDobUcam and' the -Prohibi
tory .aV'saved! l,B'ut'asi:it' if
trey aided in eeouring a Demo
eratio iriumdh' 'and the repeal
ttf-lbe laV-'tiDd a yeaV- of free
-rum will be their reward." "
-'. -' 1 - '
WK,., I .
AdTartUeaieBt laaertrd a4 (air ariee
i lir; J! WalkertCaJlfortl
Vinegar Bitters arVa pnrely Veg
' etable preparation, made chiefly from
tha native, herbs found on the lowtr
ranges of the Sierra Nevada rooton
taiua of California, the medicinal
. properties of which are extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol,
The question is almost daily asked,
"What is the cause of the unpar
alleled success of VraaoAa Hit
ters t" Our answer is, that they
romoTO the cause oft disease, and
tha patient recover, bit health; Thea
tre the groat blood -purifier and . a
lito-giving pripoiple, a perfect Keno
Vatoc nd Xnvigorator of the ijatam.
Never before in the history of tbe world
baa A medicine been compounded poa-
. assaiug the remarkublo quauuua oi y is
go as Birrisa in healing tha tick of
every uiscase man U hoir to.' They are
a gentlo Purgative as welt as a Tonic,
jelieviug Congestion or Inflauimatlon of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Diseases. . ....
The properties of Pr, Waik-
'br'S Yihhoar pIttbr are Aptiriout, Dia-
' phoretie, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxv
T . : .. U .1 .. . i n. fl...1n,.v Iml.nl
: WW, i;iiunuu,oaiinuTnivuuiiwiniwi,.
gnfnr ira.nnrt Anti-Bilious,.
'Grateful Thonsands't proclaim
VrxEOAi Bitters the moat wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit
' ters according to directions, and re
main 'long unwell, -provided their
bones are not uistroyed by mineral
poison or other moans, and vital or-
cana wasted bevond reDair.
-v Billons, llcmittent, and In
termittent t evers, which are so
prevalent in the valloys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of tbe Mississippi,.
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Bed, Colo
rado, Brazos, -Itio- Grande, Pearl,
'Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke,' James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our 'entire country during iho
Summer and Autumn, and remarko
tblr so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach aud liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essontially necessary.
; There is no catharticXor the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vineoab
ittiis, as they. will ipeedlly remove ,
' the dark-colorod viscid matter with which
the boweli ara loaded, at the aama time
atimulatiog tbe secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring tbe healthy func
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all Ita fluidsffa
Tikboak Bittbrs.' No epidemic-csa
tnke hold of a system thus fore-anned.-
1 Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Vain in- tbe Shoulders, CuugUa,
Tightness of the Chest, Diuiness Sour
Eructations of tbe Stomach, Bad Taste
In the Mouth, Bilious A tucks, Palpita
tion of tbe Heart; Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Sidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are tbe offspriuga of Dyspepsia. One but-
' tie -will prove a better guarantee of its
merits tban a lengtny advertisement. "
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Bwellings, Uloera, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Bore Eyes, etc. In these, as'in all ether
constitutional Diseases, Walkrr'S Tin
BoARBiTTBRabaveahown their great cur
ative .powers ia tbe most oustinata and
intractable cates.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
lthenmatism. Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters bave no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such aa
Plumbers. TvDe-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as ther advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
: J. i.:. ...i A f Wn..i.
agonist tuiB, wan a uuso ui iv imw
Yikeoar IliTTEBS occasionally. ,
For Hkln Diseases, Eruptions.
Tetter, Salt- Kheum. Blotches, Spota, Pim
ples, Pustule,' Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms. Scald-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch,: Scurfs, Discolorations of the
kjn, Humors and Diseasea of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and earned out of tbe system la a
abort time by the use of these Bitten,
Fin. Tune, ana otner norms.
lurking in tbe system of so many thou
sands, are eueciuauy aesiroyea ana te-mmed.1-
Ke) system -of ndisina, ao
mifuges, no anthelminitics will free the
system trom wprms nae wese xitwn.
For Female tjompiaints, in young
or old, married or single at' the dawn, of
wafcanaoed, rU)e tarn of life, these Tor
lo Bitters disf la' so decide aa toQvenc
that improvement is soon percepii Die.
Cleanse the vtuatea isiooa
whenever you find its impurities bursting
thfough the.akin ia PimpleeyEruptiona,
or Sores ; pleatise it when yol find it ok
strteted and eiagghh hi theafns; cWanae
it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
nealth of the system will follow.
R. H. HDMAl.O Si OOli. !
DrnrirUU A Gn. A irtL. Baa Fraaeiaoo, Callfoe
Ola, ear.pl Waaslngtao and CkaXtoa Stt,N,T.
atala ay all uratguta aaa afaauaa.
C. 5,r?rpUJF4EU,
WATCHMAKER.
MWIUFACTURING JEWELER.
, i i ; , i t ' .i4 I il'Wt
IM FORTER OF
Diamonds. Watches Indrsiof.Goods,
' cniLLicoinE, 01110
TT70ULD re.peetfullr aay to lb elUaen of
IV viatoaun inai DenaaeniargeaniaaMicB
maaiagoaeof tbelargeal la theSlat. Our
buaineaa baa increased every year up lo the
oreai.lime.a4w Ualthaikful to the pub-
lie lor aaatfarerajaad tra dviermnedxe keep
alarge stdelr'oT vTythragiiBar'yBnd-lB
a Brat-elaea Jewelry Btore, and will keep the
Boeat aiook of gold pd (olid ilv4r .Uo the
heat Platad &oxl,ae km a any koaa is tbe
Wot
W keen all the different brand of Amen
can Watche Howard. United Htalea, KltflB.
Waithma Sad SDrmiSeld Manufaciurea, hoth
iivanhlaod cilvpr caaea. Alao a large lineof
COLU lllPOillEI)
r mm f Id SS'w.OO, alee ailver from Sit to
SIM. Wehaa veiy relwkia run Jeweled
Silver Watch from SI to SS.
a full line of all (nod ia oar lie. armada
ie order by expariea'ed work wiea. Repair.
In will receive promtd atienlma -Plea
drop ip and a. Jifflroehle I
ROW fooai,
n
tceple wb take Hie Timet
lr se(tliernr(kr itttlri
The CIHCISIATIWEIXr TIKIS
Tha aaoat popular tUUlly aavafap, of. a
aatianal ekatartr and raputailoa, la abaut
ealefina tha laieirlrat year of lu .aUica
lioa. To thoar who ar not paraoaally ar
quainted with Ha aiariia.lt nJ anly ba audi
I la adiiahala are pirltedl ita earraapaadeae
itaij Ita aewa variad, aad from rrT
qnarter nrtn globa; ita atricarltrral depait
meat lull of practical Inlurmatloai while ita
tone, life kxetahea. aad a laeellany ara
adapted to both teuag aad aid; and Ita re-
aorta nt the aiarkela. of I re alon
eerie aad dry food, ar alwaja the la
. PATRONS OF BrSSAHlJttt. ,
This aew orgaalaalloa of lb fcnnarawlll
lad la the Tlaaea a n-taad la laa . aajaeia
aoughl to ba eeeured by ihero and i la col
umaa tha mora imponaal dolaga ot tbe
"Orangea."
"-.
WH.TISSJIDOFTHf naJEa,'
W aaa'l da without tha Tiatee after hanag
read it eight yeara. Bead it to US Applt
ton atraatXowall, M aa. U A. Fetwa.
We hate doubled our Hit of laatyear. Caat
do without the Timaa, althounh I am aa old
lemocra!.-8. 0. Htt.se, Moalesuma, U.
I do aal kaa ofaay paper tliat M deeotad
wall the loierert, of tbe human otmily,
much aa the Time. 11, T. 'laattva,' Saad
Cut, Pa.
Tne Time la very popular here, for on
reaeoB, and that ia your outpokn courae
gnioal in ealary aiealara. W. A. W aa,
uaitKon.Tvnn.'
I hare been a looMant reader of the Weeh
ly Timee for three yeara, and I can't do well
without it now. W. e. Milam, Bay Spring,
Miae. . , .
' Iwar Old Times: This make about twenty
yeara that I bars taken your eicellent ir.
and the mora l read it ma neitei i uae it.
Levi Kbnmdi, Melropo'iaCity, III.
I think it ia the bet paper in the world. 1
like the why you talk in regard to the Coa-
grexalonai naiida; and l aiao like your tup
port of the Patroni of loduntry J. 0. Lo
Talley Junction, Iowa. . ,
Every
paltoa or the Weekly Times is pre
eentea wun a copy oil ne
ILLUSTRATED TIMES BAND-BOOK,
Aa elegantly printed volume of IMltoienuflc
and miaeelianaoB artivlea, illuatialed with
aearlv luO of the flneat enararir.gt. It alao
oontaina a diary for the year 1"74. I a value
anj atlractiveneiia it ia aupenor lo any pre
ant ever before oik red by newtpa,r uutrfiah
ar.
Err rt elob stent la aompenaated for hia
terriee'a, either with aa extra paper, oraome
deairanle prermnm. -
TfcKM&i 8inle unacrtber, per year, 12 ';
cluo of Hie uberibera, per year, each, I 7A;
elub of lea and upaanl, per year, eavb, 1 ou.
Wend for ,lat of iirenniinia, eta , to
CKNUMtATI TIM KB CO.,
Cincinoa I, Ohio.
A GOOD HOOK
AGENTS WAN2ED.
Dick's Encyclopedia of Practical Kb
cum i Paovaaau. Conlainingd,4'8 pra!
tioal receipt, written in a plain and popular
maimer, and illiiitraled with explanatory
woodcul. Being a comprehenaite bookvf
rrierence lor the merchant, manulnclurer, ar
lian, amateur and hnuaekeeper, including
mediolne, pharmacy anil domestic economy
The .cone of Ihia work leeniirelr dinVrent
from anr other book oi Ih kind, Beaidea
Iheinra complele and almral indivpentible
ocoa oi reirrencv nir n iiiuupmrii anu one
receipta and ariiclea aeeiled lu areff hoaat-
hold , farm, garden, etc., it include vlmtr aad
easily understood direction for the applies
lion ef maav of the arte uaiiallyarquirodonly
oy long exiierieace, ana eouiveaira oi ua n
nichalitiea, or the leclinicaliliet ol lerm ued
ao lu v explained aa to bring the entire ob
ject within the coinpreheniuun ofanjr peraoo
of ordinary lutelligeooe. I'ruiniinent among
theimmenaa maaa of ubiets treated of in
the book ard the Pillowing: , t
The Art Of I'yemir, Hard' Bolt and Toilet
Soapa, Tanning, I'l tillatinn, Imilatiou Liq
Hum, Winea, Oordiala and Hitteraw Cider,
Brewing, Perafmery, Flavoring Kcnce,etc.,
ooxmetica, Hair I 'yea anu wa,nes, romadea
and Perfumed Oil", Tooth Powder., etc., By.
iuii., Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Peiioleum
and Keroaene. Bleaching and Cleaning, Via
egar, Haueea, Cataup and Pickeli, 'Receipt
lor the Garden, To M emote 8lmna,8pota,eUt.,
Pyrolechny and Ksi,leaive, Cement, ate,
Waterproofing, Arlitieiul, Gem, ink and
Writing Fluida, Aniline Colors, Paipt and
Pigmani, I aiming and raper-banging. Ha'.
nomUieaml Whitewash, -Verniahingaiia tol-
lah'ni, Lubrioa or. Jananmni and LacQner
irg.Bootand Haraeaa Hlatking. Phologiaphv,
Metal and Alloy, Gliding, Hilvering, etu .
KleetMrpmK, Kleclroplowng, aw.. Patent
Medioiflea, Medical Receipt, Weighl aad
weanarea. 007 page, 'rojrai ortara, cxrtn
Pric f Vno amar
DIUK A FlTZfiKRALI',Puklnhai,ri.T.
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAOAZIHE
AND THK CHROMO
Y0-SEM1TE.
Having control of the magniftcent oil chro
mo. Yo Memlle. we are able to otter a eomhin'
tiot of literary and anmtie work ofgeauin
worm, ana at pnee unpreceueniea.
Thi Rnceopv of oieee of Nature' craad
eat work, la not oreaented intheuatial lim
ued aiyie, iia mmennona, kx-ju, making a
picture oi very aeairaDie aixe, in men.
A2f OBNANEXTTO THE BOOM
graced hy it preaeoee. ' '
But a lew eopie of thl beautiful Cbrom
will be allowed lo go to the retail More, and,
inoae win oe aoiu at tneir
' Aetaal Retail Price, M-OO.
which if ordered Inconnaotion with our Meg
aaioa, oein win oe lura'tnea mr
ei.50.
A a premium the picture may be obtained
ny aenaing u iwo euuavnpiiona nr in Stag'
sin at one dollar each, or by aubecrbing fo
lh Magasine two yeara in advance, at on
dollar per annum. Adire, . . .
WOOl 'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE, I
1 Newbutgh.N. T.
S, E.SHt TES, Publiaher. 4aept
The Most Desirable Bet
. . ... .'. iii'ii.-.
' lience In HcArthnr.
FOB; ; SA-XiE,
T OFFER for kale mv naideac oa Horth
A .t reel. It eonaiata of a ipleadld dwelling
bouae, well dnmhed, inside and out, with
eight room and a good cellar.' 1 good office
building, auble, wood ana coal nouaeaaa otn
er necernarv out-lMiildings. The premicei
eotuaiolH aeree. lajclBdia 4 aereof rinevard
ail.tanny oeariag vine; there are alao tbiriy
beannaaoDle treee beat variety of rrfled
fruit, twenty-flve bearing peach lree-beai
Duaaea truit, cnernea, quince, piuma, ana a
variety or amall fruit. For further particular
iatuure at ihe oatceof thU apr, ,er at h
Btamiaea. Tarsna ai.U . . ' i
dec3uui S. 8. DOLLlSON.
N5 J )RUCKER feNSo.
M taUF AC TCBEflv;
KS.BAGSVALIS!
o. 110 TIIIRdtfr'
UatJ, X ei,trW8 AeiOCa.,
COLUMBIJS, - 01116.-
I ' - J A S " - T I - fe- '- t
..I, iff'jif. hit
BIBLE- LOOKING-GLASS,
Aad ether i
Standard Eeliglous "Worka,-
Oaavaaaing A geata wanted is vrr ou
ia the Uwted Slatea. - - jeat
rjv.!l
r.-,,T
TUCK aad Or SuTlea as rood U hew, fal
wleat very low prk-e. Callaa.
Done Neatly
And' iyromptly,
'" atthiS biritjat.
Shameful Scenes in Chicago—
Shameful Scenes in Chicago— The Doings of the Whisky
and beer Element Where
They Have the Power.
; The City Council of . Chicago
has pissed an ordinance legality
ing the' opening of siloon and
the free isle of whisky, wine, U.
beer, etc., bn Suudsjs. - 'A large
bodj of the most respectable
ladiei of tbe cit attended the
meeting of the Council ' to ' pro1
test ' against ' the pasusge of the
ordlnsnce, and here is tha msn-
ner'thev.were treated, as describ
ed In the Chicago Times'! the
17th. The bsre recital of the
acts speak loader 'than could
the most eloquent' comment, tnd
should bring the blush of shame
to the cheek of every- trian who
directly or indirectly "upholds
this.trafSe, which makes a mall
ower than a brute:' '
When the Vote on the whisky
ordinance wss 'declared carried,
the ladies rose to depart. A
posse of police then proceeded to
break a -way through the crowd.
Ilavirjg succeeded in this difficult
task;' the ladies filed ' out of the
ball between two rows ot officers.
On eithor Bide stood a glaring
mob, a shouting, 'a groanibg, a
hooting, a' demoniac mob.' The
obscenest phrases were bandied
about; the foulest epithets were
applied. ' Women' passing along
the corridors through this lane of
filth, hid their faces in' their
hands' dropped their' veils:
shrank within themselves, hur
ried forwsrd on the run; stopped
some times" ss if ready to sink
but gathering' renewed strength
started forwsrd again, pressed
by 'the ldies behind them, all
eager to reach tho open air.
iSut when the open air . wss
cained, the, situation in nowise
improved. . Egress ' wss had by
tbe door in tho . rear leading to
the alley next to the Grand Fa-
cifio. Thousands were crammed
into this space a howling me
nsgerie.-' The police cleared the
sidewalk, but the crowd lined the
verse and poured a Toiler ! of
blasphemy and obscenity st the
procession of ladies;' ' When La
Salle street was reached, other
thousands were awaiting" their
approach, and these howled even
louder than those who greeted
them in the alley. The noise
w,s positively hideous, and this
hooting, yelling, blasphemous
moband 5,000 roughs, the very
offscourings of the saloons, flank
ed and iollowed them clear to
tbe door of the ehureh. Jostling
them on the way; spitting tobacco
juice on their dresses; pulling at
their chignons; in some cases
tripping then up; knocking off
the hats of their escorts -brothers,
husbands, or sons giving
the latter kicks', cuffs, and digs
in the ribs; and all the while the
hodting, yelling, howling contin
ued, and not infrequently mem
bers of :!the procession . would
sink to the' ground, swooning
from very fright. , ,
It was a terrible ordeal these
ladies, wer.fi MmpeJieito pass.ll.
is safe to ssf that' never . lefore,
in this (country, did an equally
respectable body ot ladies .re
ceive' eucb ' Brutal ' tre&tment.i
The rSge-'of ' Ae' mob following
the cart of Marie Antoinette ,to
the ' gBIIlotlBr Ti'Tn'M dTTfSl
moniao .anu. prouaoiy iar moro
HfinrVartna1
vvwivvvawi r i it t
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For much of this that owl
aaan , laaai aaaaaaaaaaaaWATaaaaSal aaa al aaaaaaaal a siaaaaaii i aaaaaaiai a
breddemagogne-Ueaipg's hench
manJack Rehm, Superintend
ent of Police, is' responsible'.
The ladies called on him for pro-,,1
section,-and. he refused it; the
mob ruled in tha very headquart-
ersi of the police; this bummer,
with tbe star ot the Chief, was
in league, with the rabble he, was
a party to the plot to c'ongr'egate
all the scum at City Hall; no pre
tense at order; made on the out
aide; the police, aa they say in
Paris, "fraternixed''. . with the
mob; they knew which side h
powers that be were on. " Some
day this outrage may come home
to roost; the bummer's' .'' will; hot
rule always; decency will not be
shut out forever, inese ladies
Were the wives, daughters and
sisters of our most' respectable
cit hens, and this shameful Jnt
in the. interest tof, law breakers,
law 'defiersy allowed them take
basely insulted on the threshold
of his. own headquarters. ' Such
KwTnia conduct is probably un
paralleled. -.v
A young lady of Lyonsjlowa,
recntl bald.' tSome men are af.
Wata'talkins about natronitinr
their own town always brP
ibf on that duty ahd yet they
go abroad tq get married, while
here we all stand waiting! I do
hope that some of these men
who marry; "Eastern women a ill
get cheated! , , , , ,
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A : SAi ' FraSciscoih being
annoyed by a mud-puddle 'in
the street, reported that he had
lost a f20 piece tlierein, where,
upon the ' pool ' w as ' speedily
emptied by eager seekers after
the money. , . ' ,
Some one has been looking
over the records of the Legis
latura of West Virginia and
finds that at its last session it
oassed a law Mto prevent the
owners ot hogs from ruuning
at large.' . . m
Ths detectives killed in St.
Clair county, Mo., by the sup
posed Iowa train robbers, be
longed to a party of four who
were in search' of the Gad's
Uill bandits.' '.
A PACK" of wolves io Sher
bouru4 County, ; Minnesota,
chased a couple of lawyers five
miles, and tbe New Orleans
Republican thinks it showed i
lack of professional courtesy
! One can judge something ol
patience ot llooslers from
the statement of an Indiana
paper that twenty men bandied
over tbiriy five . cords of wood
to get at a rabbit. , , ,. ,
Tiik" Grasshoppers are evi
dently intent on making lull
time' the' coining 'season as
they have already' made their
appearance 'in Fairfield county.
Tub Metropolitan Hotel al
Chicago has a lull compliment
of boarders, but ;oo landlord,
be having "skipped the town,"
aud left lor parts, unknown. ; .
iai ,
Wetmore of lie Pike Couuty
Republican was in C'liiiliccthe
last week. In a fit bi abstrac
tion he bitched huu.sell up to a
horse rack, and sent 'len
TUou&aod" arotind to interview
the editors ol the Uazvjlle anj
oibtjrsofiha oldest inhabitants.
Our nervous editor,1 'when
iver he gets excited goer fnto
(be composing room and be
comes 'composed" " ' i
Scientific and Safe Treatment.
When applied with Dr.
Pierce's Nasal Douche and ac
compauied with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery as
constitutional treatment, Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy pro
duces perfect cures of the
worst cases of catarrh and oze
na of many years' Rtandinr.
Thia thorough course of ,medi-
cathn constitutes the only sci
entific, rational, safe and sue
cessful manner of treating this
odious disease that has ever
been offeredilftthe afflicted. So
sqccesslul baa, it proven .that
tbe proprietor, has longofler,d
a atandijig reward olj$50Q lor a
case, of , cairh hick jlie, can
noure,.1() ; .,it.
INDISPUTABLE EVIDENCE.
i
Tbos,. J. Bishop' of ! bnth
Brooftly nj N Ylj writes that bit
wife had suffered since atbild
with catarrh until it had resett
ed, in. what em ffep V p.by sici a nsJ
pronoupceq consumptipp; iflat
she. has used Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy .witji! DrPierce'a Gol
den, .Medical, iscovpry, and
tbey have tyo,rke,4 wonders witlj
nercase....,,n v j, .n ., ,
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ExpsmiiMca willteach any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
wijo aureruso io newspaperr, ( . , j
I " BimoWd'S,' ITioroerapher, TJn'iiliotith'
gives earefal attention loiraakiag eop
les of vther pictures. Fictrea jpayie
made as large as lifeuom' tbe tiniest
lcoketpiourss'and mkae,iti e6y way
satiafaetpry by earefal, end judjoipus
coloring! Photographs from nature or
from bther'bieturea c6leed in" tha best
styles inoij, water colore, vT.On PfS-i
tei or ma, ai nueiw sun an ciroum
stances.
toi l Jj JJfV xkU
Arthur, is 1 'tha'agent' in this and
Jackson county.3 I. is the best
and cheapest, gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less ithan : he old fashioned gate,
and is more -durable.- fur it: catL
. . L. -ri t
're in McArthur.
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! Fa IMKB8 should pot fail t ex
amine', the' patent J farm gate , lor
fjivL.J ttr n. Aail
wuiou vxoorge vv. runton, mo
n
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If Yoo
Want a situation.
: Want a servant girt,
Want to sell a piano.
Want to sell a canlnge,
Want to bur oraell a farm.
Want S boarding place.
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture.
Want to sell dry goods or carpets.
Want to find customers for anything.
ADVERTISE.
.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success eusy,
Advertlxlng begets confidence, .
'Advertising shows energy,
Adverting shows pluck,
Advertising raeans'biz,'
., Advertise or 4,bu8t,"
.Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Advertise
3STOW.
Every merchant, manufacturer
or; burineit man who has become
prominently rich, hat made hit
fortune by judicious advertising
Wo exception to (his rule can Oe
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as lo meet a note. Ar
auma from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, i Ar
could make it still belter in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lotsal fortune.
Some merchants any it is not worth
while to advertise; fur nn porson reads
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
merit, and if he is wise he will profit
by its (ucgestion, if he has anything Ui
offer W'irtti advertising, (low much
mare then will those real theni who
are not so. largely supplied w th read
ing matter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend un their paper for
their locali .trews, tho must in porUint
i'om cf wliiHi is where they can 6nd
just what taej want when they oome to
town to make their purchases. ; Ifyoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worth less, or if it it ran
down so thut you have nothing lei t that
people would Wint, it. is not worth
while for yon 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 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, la 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 loculity.
Ir yea lose a watch, a doe 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 Ins.
Ing by not advertising it Keporter
if those persons who profess to be.
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the publio wish to he
convinced of their error, just let them
tivo publicity to sorao toiatter thev
would nut care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a '
country paper, and see what notoriety.
they would soon attain. Adoerhttr t
Gazette. '
i Advfitibing js apt to give fls that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells as
that ws. ftant a pew su it of clothes for
jjunday, or that we promised our wife
a sew dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would ; be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage ant) Jay
the paper opotf her hnsband's break
fast; date.', who will say tbat. adver.
lining will not yet civilize the world!
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I ' War do people read advertisements?
To see who is" enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, ' or anything that they
want, i .To. see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
oa un reuucea rates, or to watoh the
chance of aq auction. For amusement
To' satisfy curiosty.'1 flecause they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locale and accidents.
Because they want to. Because tbey
can't help it.-Ohio State Journal '
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Ths power - pf priut it well, known,
but not well, jinderetood. ,A- printed
sentence has a wonderful advantage
over one that'ls written or spoken.
rTbiaie one Cf the many rtason which
gives sp importance to advertising. ,But
adveraserS, even those bf experience,
co mot eomprenena as well as they
plight the capacity to influence, to per
euade.to convince.'which lies in print
ed .natter, i Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and lbs force of
eloquence, yet even that fade away in
to nothingness if not eaught in, their
flight and printed, But there is gome
thing irf'tha silent language, the-'quiet
assertion and ths tense of, permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influsrnee. Busi
cess men should never permit them
selves to kxs tight of what mavh
aocqmpIish,ed, .by a persevering user of
ino printing presses. learn to adter-
ww,'
tuii,' and thea the how. whea and
knowledge worth having.
TT. .4 .. ...ii-A. .ir.ja.ile:. i'
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS 1
In Zalesld. ;
THK Caleaki CompaBy.wUh a vl; U tbe
development of lh local inlreIbf iale.
ki, I eecur It permanent pionpetlty. d ia
nnnl,i.iiA. and wealth, ar now .
..... .u ... rr" - - ... ..j, I
onvriog io ciuieuiei, ww '
land at low priee. and oa liberal terma. . ,
Peraona deairing to examine the property
aad lo bay cheap houee. will applv gi M y
Company' olScea to
. H. THOMPOW, ttngerl!i
Saleskl, Ohio, May it, JI71. , ,
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BUT ONLY THB GENUIKB
GOODRICH 1 TUCK MARKLit,
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Which is adapted to
All Sewing Machines,
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NOTICF particularly lh lai-p
Odiirimrn I'hirnno. Ilia., with S
of H . C,
re paleai
.linnn.. II. 4'. 4;4HDRI
H.
Olflieaud alroont iu blale at., rha ago,
Ilia. xbbiik
Ifjou are Suffering from any
CHRONIC DISEASE, .
Broken Down Constitution', ,
Or require a Tieitiedy to
rnrify aud Enrich the Bloodi,
Tou will find Dr.Crook'aC'ompaianaayrw
lip r 1'ol.e ItonS 10 porm frraitr ewr
U, cure you more speedily, and do yon
mora good thiiu any and all otner reme
(Ilea combined. Tba Pale, Yellow.
H rkly-loAltlnirKkln Is changed to onet
of Ireshnea auU kealth. Those ilaaael
of the akin, Pimple, Puatulee
niotche ami Erapilona are removed.,
Nrrerul. Krroliilona Ulaeaae of the
lyea, Hhlio Swelliog. I lecr. Olal
Korea or any- kind of Hnmor.. rapidly
dwindle and Ulsnppesr under lis Influence,
Uhal la ItT It la nature'a own reatorer
A aolubie oxyd of Iron eomblneol with tha
medicinal propei tleaof Poke llootdlveated
ol oil dlHagreeiible qualities- It will car
any atlaenan whose real or dlreet cause i
llml lllood. Hliennanllain. Palna la
l.liiibanrlinne,'oiietltitloaiabr)keBr
dowM by Mercurial or oilier poisons, ara
all cured by lb For fjyphllla, or ?
lltie lulnt.tlieremniitlilngeuualkilt. M
trial will prove It. boltib
UEORGE W. 8I8H0N, ItleArthar, Obi.
THE SUN.
WEEKLY, 6EM1-WEKKLT AND UAlLT. '
TH B WEEKLY HON i too widely known '
to require any extended reeoinmeDdat-ens -hut
I he rea-ona which hare ahrariy gluea it
fifty thnuaand auhai-ribem, and which will,
we hope, givo it many tlinuaand more, are
blieflv follow 1 ' 1
It i a Hrt-rnte n"Wpaper. All the new f
the dny will he found in it. eondei.ned whea
unimportant, al full length when of moment,
nnd alwnya preemed in a clear, . nt)ifi We, ,
and inteieKtina manner.
It ia a flrl-rate family paper, fnll of eater, i
Ininlng and inntriK'live rending of every kind
hut iMinimiiing nothing that can oflrad Intf
mot delimit and ncrupulou lte. ,
Ilia aHralratelory paper. ThebeM tales
and romnnrea of current literature are care. '
fully arlrcied and eg'bly printed ir l' pagea,
Iti a Hr-t-rala ariculioril paper. 'I he
moHt ire-h and instruct i, article on grr
i-ultiird topic regularly appear in thl d
iwrtmeat, . , ,. ,
It ia an inilependenl poll Ilea I pper.helong
ing to no parly nnd wenrlrg noclla-Jt fight '
for principle and the efeeijon of (be beat mea
tof tBoe'. It epecmlty devule Itienarglee l
the expu.ure of the great onrrnption that
now weiiken and dlcgrar nut country, nd
Ihrenten lounderinine republican luelilulHiiia ,
ailogelher.' It hn nolear ol Knave, end k
uo Civora of their aii'iporlera. .( . ,f
II report 'hn f.mhiona for the ladle and Ih
market for ihe men. ee,eclllv the ettl'
market, to which if py particular alteuiiea.,
Knmllv, it la tha enenpeKt paper piiMiahrd.
One dollars year will oure II for any u
aciiher. It i not necaarr to get up acluh
in order lo hire THB W r.EK UBUN atlhia
rale. Any one who aenda, ingl dollar will
gel Ihe paper for a year
THE WEEKLY SCX.-Elght rages,
Hfiy-mx column., tmly SI a jenr. Aaalvw
ennntrt from tlii rnte.
THE 8t:.ni-WEKKI.Y Sl'X.-fn
ie M th Daily Hun. tH OOS year. A dia
counl of go per cent, lo cluh of 10 or or.
THE UAILYHUN.-A large lour p
neaapHper of twent eivht eoh mna. liaily
ein-uialion over 180,000. Ail the new for
Scent. Huhcrij'tion price SO rent month,
or 8 year- To club ol 10 ut over, a di
count of 20 ner Bent. , ,
Adore "THK 8VN, New York City.
A BOOK FPU, THE WlLLIOJf I
amUi i iUKU, B.rrM r lb... lui w
awa j m i Birr a lh ,h,.4, l.icl
nill n f lir.l.rl...Ddrtr.l.iiM,tof
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aa 4lMn1t I pradMlni s.4 pnuilii e.,rt(,
S. w l ,r.Mrt Ul. Mmpl.iloB. a
Vkltl a lur.llBg work all Inain aS ttstf
a... wllh Nis.r.. Brvlf i. and mbuIb. vathl
l.torautlna for iboM ahe.rt n.rri.dyoro.iapl.i,akr
rl.n. 8H11 It I a Imk U.ib.ibi Mb. k.pi.aatrlMk
B4 fc,, BB 8B4 114 MF.IMS1, BbBBt I.. hMM.
It muIb, lb iprtBet aa4 BdrW 1 ,BT.M.a
vbt rpBisUoa I. w.rM-wla., b4 .b..ld blB lb. ,rt
T.tt 4r.r or ...rr a.l ..(I ftai.l. lbr.nih.Nt ib .Bilra
flab. It .BiBrBM. vtr,ibing ob th ..bjeci , r tb. .a
r.il, .t.wbi tb.l U worth B.vlBf,M ai.hUiBlla
B.I publfabwl la bbt Mb.r work.
BBlu.nrB (rri of psitBl fcrPlftr Ctatt.
Si. La all, Mo.
.aomiur, auiu uuwttM4-,a, xa.xibta
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
a.-.' appljla la lb atr1Bi Ba.k'i wha bdVarU. la I
JublU p.ii.ra.or Balo, o, quack rtBifdl.a pcraa. Dr.
.tlB' work BoatBltor waalTar4iMaMU, r how aapler- I
abi yor cb4IiIob. .11
Dr. Botu Mcopli a 4o.bU bbbs pf tralT-ama .
Kbm !l iBdor.rf B, b I tb. bib.1 Mkbrau ami-S
BlprBrMaBra.rUilieoBatrT bb4 Ktirnp., Bad eaa BBc.aw
alu perMBBll, ar bp awn, oa ibBdlasma hiiob lap
kttmaMarkiiaa4CbjMabi,St.Ullll. ' ij
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Notice to the Stockholders of
Notice to the Stockholders of the Ga lpolis, McArthur
Notice to the Stockholders of the Ga lpolis, McArthur & Coumbus Railroad Co.
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A f-L-.parties hprmi aberib lolhe ','
X1.IUI atoek ol Ihe 0.. McA.S C. R. ft. ar
hereby reqiii.sd to make paymeat tolhefleAlT
etary ofthe ComranTet hir offlee on tb
Public Square,' in Guild. oil; Ohio, or if mors
ennvealent, lo lianiel Will, President of the
Vintoo County Bank, a) McArlhur, Ohio, or
an iDKiaiiment oi nve dollars on each ehagei
,VugriWi.,hJ5
C ' J , T 1 WM.fHOBKa.Bee'T
dee 1871.
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full paiticular FREE. 8. tf. BpiacAd, lit
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things they bad been 'wanting all
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