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THURSDAY. AlK. 10. 18.4
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On.nJ after "tmday. K". I. . tram
wlll'rnn as fMliiwat Noe. a, , snd
run 'Uilji Uotbr trains deilj.SUU 'HI Sea
eipied. . J. V4. -:.' ' -'
No. I. No I.
stations. - .Mail. -Cm E
Cib.h.Bnil. ym W iwtm
UniKiootUe. ....... .11 in : im
Richland r'ur. H uipin topm
ilainden... ..-I. slpm S S4pra
Uiatc.....U f " ,il,m
Vialoa 4pn ,l,n
laleskt.... . I u"p Wpm
Hoi K,irnce.... I I Mo v l'm
Petaeibui l"n T wPm
HI I. Ex
. No I. .?.. ,.
Station " !" "t.1. El. Cln Ex.
u....- v,ir.. U. lu tUam I lliun 1 Hum
... li S3an 1 -P"
....11 Wain 1 llpm
....II 16am I etlpm
.uasam t iwpm
..IS pra 3 lupm
NO. 8 AND 4 will stop at 0. 3. Junction.
LoMlajul. llreenu.;M. vnilitcoiivs,
Athens, and Bcutia (ending only. ".
AND 8 w.ll slop at 0. At . Junction, Mdi,.ii.
'lie LoveJand iGreenneld.chillicujhe.Hm
1 AND 8 n:ise H slops'
The Zleii Freight going east learns
Ohillicolheelt Sua. m.i Rav.ville 7 15; Rich
land ruronce, 1 Mi Hunden. srnve t M
dapart McArthur. 1 Virion. 1
'tsiesltl 11 V Moingwe.t-Zaleasi,. ,0P-m i
Vinton t i. MiAilh-ir i M; llamden. arrive
1 depart 3 3; Richland Furnace, i li
Kayaville. 46; Chillicolht. 2J.
Tne HST8 1'OUK, wl h regular pa sen gar
ur at.achrd, leaves Athena at I ;15 P. M . con
ning wiin 'he H." V. R R . Hope .1 W. Zi
lenki 14. VinUn4 29, MoA.rlhur4 St. Hanv
eVu 5 1, KiihlMii.1 60. rhillicoih 7 60. f
in'nt on tno HOKTrtMilUTU HHANOH
will len Hm.ln l 7 a.m. and 3 ii.ro
rrlf in a Wrlamonlh nt 10 a m. at n p.
m. Reiuruinntrin ill Porurniontli at
ut a. m, and I W p. m., a.rrlvipjjat Ham
da al U W a., m. and 6 t p. m. .
Trinioonna'ta:liOTflanilfor all point on
1 1 Little Miami Kmlroau. ana urine iioti
oil and Oiiwlnnntl Railroad Jnnfti n for nl
Bointa. Wal;aiAIIn, fith th Columhirs
i H. t. B. R.i ' Parkarhur. with the B.
O.R.R. W. W. PEAHOUy.
VjltESVILLE AKD HA1TBEN -
TWllA,w'r Wlf from WilkfM.llo tn
lHamdenaud ralnrn v,ry Mond.iy, IV edn
dr. Knday and SRiuMy for th awommo
tion with lha mail Iraina on Iha M. l.
1 will alo arry axprma piwkaef
to nr rrm uointbT tha Adama fc
H I R M VOWELL..
r " U . U k u
It will probably surprise most
readers .tq know that there are a
number', of persons in the city
really and leMously in earnest
in the effort to introduce the
practice of burning the dead in
stead of burying thorn. These
gentlemen, or some of tl.em, held
a meeting last night at the office
ot Dr. Sexton, in West Thirty
fifth street, with a view of per
fecting arrangements either for
a large meeting or for some oth
er form ot demonstration upn
the 'public. Tbey consider the
subject solely from the scientific
and sanitary point of view, and
in that light it is certainly a
question deserving the fairest
N. Y. Tribune, 26th.
Famine Exports Food.
The pithy sentence, "Famine
exports jfpodf which is one ol
the head lines of" the Farmers'
and Mechanics' Almanac publish
ed by the Industrial 'League,, is
well illustrated in the recent
news" froto India, where ' thirty
millions of people are in great
distress for want of food, and six
millions are actually starving.
While the home governmet con
templates sending food for free
distribution among its perishing
subjects, the exportation of rice
from India continues, and the
scarcity is hourly aggravated by
the operations of foreign trade,
A COUPLE who had been mar
ried only two days entered
passenger car on the C. & II. V.
R. R. between Athens and Lo
gan, the other day. Soon after
taking; their seats, they engaged
in an augry dispute, in tfie midst
of which the fellow became en
raged" and bit t large piece from
Within the past two weeks
about 2,000 car loads of ice hive
passed through Dayton for Cin
cinnati and other points South.
A Miss IIott, of Norwalk,
Huron county, has made a block
work quilt, containing 1.22!
blocks, and 8,779 separate pieces.
New York Cut is glutted with
California dates, which are sold
by street vendors at fifteen centB
A Pittsburg fireman named
G..MoMullen, was thrown from
a truck yesterday while going to
a. ttr and Viltad
Thomas Ausbko, a private de
tective who obtained unenviable
notoriety in the Edith O'Gorman
escaped nun case, is dead.
. Kerb's Island in the Ohio riv.
er, at Marietta, is to be sold at
taction April 13th.
.TflB Zanesville saloonists pro
ppso to get np a mass mealing.
nr. J. Walker's talilornia
Tinegar Bitters aro a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
tbo nativo herbs founrl ou tho lower
rangos of tho Siorra Nevada' moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily askod,
" What is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled success of Yin eg ar - Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they
remove tho cause of disease, and
the patient recorers Km health. Thoy
ara the groat blood purifier and a
lifo-giving principle, a piirfect Keno
yator aud lavignrator of the system.
Kever bofore in the history of tho world
hos'a mcdicino been compounded po
Bessiug the roinaikulile qualities of YlX
1X3 a a iiiTTERS iu Jieftling the sick of
ovory disease man U Loir to. They are
a jrontlo Purgntivo os well as a Tonio,
relieving Congeatinn or Inflammation of
tho Liver aud VLseorul Organs, hi Bilioui
Tho properties of Dr. Walk-
Br's Vinkuae BiTTKUiiuro Apurient, Dia
pborotio, Carniinativo, Xntrition, Laia
tivo, fJinrotte, Sedative, Couoter-Irritant,
gnorii 'i , H I'lti-Hllinn.
' Cratffnl Thonsands proclaim
Vijtkoar Bitters the most wonder
ful lnvlgoratitr tuat ever ' sustained
tho sinking system. .. r .
No Person cail take' these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long ,uu well, provided their
bones are not J astroyed by mineral
poison or other ni diua, and vital or
gans wasted uevoud repair.
.Bilious,, lteniittent, nnd In
tennittent Fevers, which are so
nrevalent In tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout the Uuited States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tenuessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, 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
heat ar.d dryness, are invariably no
comp.iuied by extensive derange
ment of tho stomach nnd liver, aud
other nbdoiniuul viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful iutluonce upon these vari
ous organs, is essontiaiiy uecossary.
Thoro is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dn. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the LoweU are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and gunerully restoring the healthy Amo
tions of the digestive organs.
'Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
VlNROAn liiTTKRS. No epidemio can
take hold of a system thus lore-armed.
Dyspepsia orlndigcstion, Head-
acho, Fuiu iu the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightnesg'of the Chest, Dizziness, gour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilioas Attacks, Palpita
tion of tbo Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
And a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the oiTspriugsof Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a bettor guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Uoitro, Scrofulous luflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial all'ec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, eto. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walkkr's Vik
boar Bitters have shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstiuate and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidnoysand Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseasns. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Typo-sutters, Uold-beatersand
Miuers, as they advance in lifo, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker'
VftBOAR Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Ubeum,Bltches,Spou, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Ilumors and Diseases of the Skin of
Jhatover name or nature, are literally
ug np aud carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurk i hi iu the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. Ko system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthulminitics will free the
svstein from worms like these Bitters.
ForFcmaleComplaints, in young
or old, married or tdngle, at the dawn of
womanhood, ortho turn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display so decided an inQueuce
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
'or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed aud sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; vonr feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the system will follow.
R. II. Mr DO MiO & CO.,
DrupftUta A Gen. Afrta, San Franolieo. Califor
nia, ti cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta,N.y.
Kulil by all DrugglaU sndUaalcra.
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
yTTOULU repectfti!ly aay to the cftliens of
TV VintonCo that he has enlarged Ida slock
making one of the largest in the titate. Our
business has increased every year up to the
ure-ent time and we teM thankful to the pub.
lie for paat fnvnrs.snd are determined to keep
a large stock ol eieii thins oeusPr found in
Hrat-eiass Jewelry More, and will keep the
finest stock of gold ard solid aiher, Mso the
beat Plated ttoods, aa low aa any house in tha
We keep all lha atifferent brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard. United Mates, hlgin,
Waltham and Hpringfield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver casee. Alio a large line of
GOLD IllPOItTED WAICOFS,
from I2S lo Hisioo, also sliver from fit tn
1160. Wnhaiea veir reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from $lto$'i0.
A fiill line of all goods iu onr line, or made
lo order My experienced workmen. .Jtepair
ing will receive prompt atlenfli n
Pleae drop ut M4 HI, He Ironhle to
Icpl wit Cake the Times
get the Hoi-lb f llnlr
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Tha rool pnpnlat fcmllT nawapaper, of a
aalional ehaiaeivr and rvputalloB, la about
air,n lha Uiirtr irt year of tia .ublica
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mcnirullof practical information; ahiiaita
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ariaptad to both taunK and old; and Ila re
port! of tha markala, ol flora, grain, (rro
cnca and drr gooda, ara aUrajra Iba htlaat
taa nii rvlinwa. t .
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r fereni-a lor tl.e merchant, mnuuinclurer, ur-M-nn,
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Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
Having control of the magnifioent oil chro
mo, Yo netnite, we are able to otter combin
atiot. of literary and aruatin wor of genuine
worth, and afpricen unpiecedented
Thia flue copy of a piece of Nature's grand
eat work, ia not presented in the usual lim
ited tyle,-ile dimensions, Hxttt, making a
picture ol very desirable ise tn it -elf.
AS ORNAMENT TO TUE BOOH
graced by It- presence.
Hut a few copies of this beautiful t hromo
will be allowed to go to tha retail stores, anil
those will be sold at their
Actnnl Retail Price, tO.OO,
which if ordcen in connection with our Mag
axine, both will be furo'ahed for
Asa premium the picture may be obtained
by sending us two aobacriptiona for the Mag
sine at one doilai each, or hy siibacrbing to
tne Msganne two ears in advance, at oua
dollar per annum. Address,
WOOI 'b HuUSbHOLI' MAGAZINE,
8, E.8H i TE8, Publisher. asept
Tlie Mo8t Desirable Ses
vTAnaoi dence in MoArthur.
f OFFER lor Lsle my residence on North
X-treet. It consista of a splendid dwelling
hou-e, well rtmshed, insuie anil out, iih
eight rooms and a good cellar. A goou office
building, stable, wood and coal house and oth
er nece-sary out-buildings. The premises
coniain'ij acres, including I sore of naeiard,
all thntly oearing lines; there are also thirty
bearing apple trees best van?ty of grafted
Irttit, twenty-Hie hearing peach trees-beat
bud led fruit, cherriea. quinces, plums, and
variety of small Iruit Korfurther particulars
inquire ai ine nmce 01 tins paper, or at tne
premises, lernia easy.
decStwin S. 8. DOLLI80.1.
N. DRUCKER k CO.
M IM'FAUTURERS OK
TRUNK J, BAGS AHD VALISES
AO. 110 THIRD ST.,
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Odd Fel.owa' Block,
Standard Beligious Works,
Canvassing Agent wanted in everr eoua
to the UniteJ
I Slates. janl
SCALLS FIIl SALIi
FA IF? BANK'S
STOCK and Ore Scales aa good aa new, for
sale at ; tery low price. Call on
Interesting to Invalid Ladies.
HARLEMVILLE, Columbia Co., N. Y., July 9, 1874.
R. V. Pwacf, M. D.:- '
Dear SirY oat Uiot is -just
received. T intended to have
written to' yoa eeveral weeks
since concerning the ' improve
ment in my health, whicn is now
very apparent. I hive used one
bottle o Favorite Prescription
with the best results, although 1
will ' admit 1 was somewhat dis
couraged after its use (for a short
time only.) I toot it under very
haying the supervision of the
house during the season of "house
cleaning" I was obliged, through
the incompetency of help, to do
more work than 1 ought, and ot
course, suffered dreadfully, lifted
when I ought not to have raised
my band, and did all I could to
bring "order out of chabs," but
upon laying aside alt cares and
continuing the remedy I find af
ter using less than one bottle to
be so much benefitted that I have
discontinued he use', with no re
turn of the symptoms of which I
wrote vou. I have suffered ter
ribly and what added to my dis
tress, was the consciousness ol
not procuring relief from ordi
nary sources, at times it seemed
about impossible to stand so
groat was the distress. All of
those severe neuralgic pains have
disappeared, they were so bad at
times I could hardly wulk without
some exlernal pressure. They
scorn o have left me like magic,
suddenly, -and ' have had no re
turn: all other symptoms have
been removed. The severe weak
ness and fainting have disap
peared, and 1 can go up stairs
with comparative ease now.
would have informed you ere this
of my improvement, for I appre
ciated it, but I was fearful it
was only transient benefit I was
receiving, but 1 think sufficient
t me has elapsed to consider the
beneficial results permanent. Ac
cept of my best wishes for your
future success and your kindness
in advising me.
MRS. M. NETTIE SNYDER.
A Good Education.
Thislrom Edward Everett
'To read TTie English language
well, to write with dispatch u
neat legible hand, and be mas
terol the first four rules ol
arithmetic, 60 as to dispose 01
at once, with accuracy, every
adeslion of figures which
comes up in practice
this a good education.
vou add the ability to write
pure grammatical E'iglisli, 1
regard it as an excellent educa
lion. These are the tools. The)
are the foundation; and unless
you begin with these, all your
flashy attainment, a little geol
ogy and all other ologies and
osophies, are ostentatious rubbish."
Tub Caliorma Legislat ure ev
ident ly approves of the Phila
delphia plan of conviviality
'every man paying for their
own drinks." It has passed a
law making it a misdemeanor
lo invite any one lo drink at
a public bar, or lor any person
to accept such an invitation
This is a novel temperance idea
which deserves to be perpetu
ated. . Most drunkards tiuth
tnlly attribute their degrada
tion lo their lack el firmness in
.originally resisting the impor
tunities of their "'riends" when
urged to join in liquor drink,
ing. In ordinary European
drinking places, every man
calls tor what he wants, drinks
it himself, and pays for it him
self. 'Treating' is almost ex
clusively an American fashion,
and it ought to be done away
TiiE Clullico he toughs had a
cock fight six miles below ti e
city recently. Tl.erw was n lo
of the came class from M y
ville, Kentucky, and iliev skin
ned the crop-hnired Ouilil
cotheans out of $1,500.
Faiimkk8 Bh luld not fail tt ex
amine the patent farm gate foi
which Ueorge VV. Brunton, Mt
Arthur, is the agent in thia an
Jackson county. It is the bee
and cheapest gate ever designe
for a farm, costing fifty per cen
less than he old fashioned gat.
and is more durable, for it ca
not sag. Examine it when joi
it ia UcAnhur.
firea careful attention to making oop.
ie f olber pioture Picture nwy ba
rada at lrV lift front; tba tiniest
cket picture, J tuaJe in everr war
satisfactory by' vsereinl ''nd judiioat
coloring. I'liutogrHplis from nature or
iroto other pictures eoictd in the beat
stvlea in oil, water colors, vJrorr', pua
(el or iM't.at rates to ajuil all ,f4rqin-stance.
W M JL BP
lleatlnz Scbool Uouacs,
Cburcbes, Lodge Iloomf,
Court Houses and ,
: . Public Halls,
Ills cleanly, It is economical; It It healths
till. It keeps up a perlect circulation of ai r.
warming all part, ol tlie mom alike. It took
the nrst premium over all competitnra alihe
Vienna kxpoeiiiuo. Ctlculaaaad pamphleta
. onmiuing engraving, aou mil peruvui.r. lur
niahed on application, or one ol the stoves
may ba aeeu m operation at my store. You
are invited to null, and lee for yocr.elv.s.
,, . .
Pole agent for Vinton and Rosa counties, and
dealer in sll the most approved Cooking and
Heating bloves, House Fui oishing (ioo l'e,
and man ulsrinrer of all kmi s of Tin, Sheet
Imn and Copper Ware. Ordtrs from I he
country lor hpouting, I ooflng, etc., will at
waya receive immetliateattaniion.
1 lldrt-taTS . ' . .i
t A. TOLLEY,
8 NA1DEK L INE, !.Y.
Foreign and American
Old M atch Cues and old Gold and ftllver
S. F. CRAMER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HIiIpm, purg, Trace
i Chains. Barnes, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My Iricnda ami tie punlin generally are invit
ed to. call and examine my slock and pn
rea I mnke gund hnne-t work, use the
beet stock, mid sell at (he very lowest prices.
H KPAJR1N G
and msniifucluring done to order, and all
Work Wartante as Represented,
C. J. BULINGHURST,
and dftiler id all kinds of
csrefull, done, and the smallest pictures
enlarg -J to any sise, and
Finished in Oil,
o any other style that may be desired, at the
' Large and flaely Salaried Phetdirrapbs
eaa be made fraat aid suad faded, or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
and all work 'jrarraoted to giro salls&touoo.
The Best and Cheapest
rircrolars Sent Free.
SOLD PENS BEPABED,
' MaNCFACTOBt Dom WKST 4tb at.
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V'.: .vfiv, v.:.
S ' . S
; i ,If Yoo ,
Want a situation.
., Want to ell a pis no,
Want to sell a carriage,
' ,. Wanttubnr orspllafarmv. -Want
a boarding pluce.
Wane to Mil town property,
, Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Vant to find customers, for anything.
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Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising muVes snceesa easy,
Advertising bevets courldeiice,,
Advertising shows energy,
' Advertising bowg pluck, !
, t,:Advert:se or VbustV
.. Advertise, Jon g,(, lt
Ad ver t Is e "'
Or bUimeaS Inan whO hat become.,
prominently rich, hai made' his
fortune by judicious advertising
yo exception to thy rule can, be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchant 's, when a poor man, was
driven to adverlmnq', at a last
retortf io gel hit tlo'ck tumid into
money to as lo meet a note. Ar
guing from thit that if il Wat
good for hint in adversity, he
could make it si ill belter in pros
perify, he became a persistent ad
veniser, and thui gained his da
Soma merohanta say it. is not worth
while to advertise: for no person reads
advertisements; vet every merchant in
this county will read thia advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
by ita suggestion, if he has anything to
oiTur wurtli advertising; Mow much
nitre then will those read them who
are not so lurirely supplied w th rend
ing pnuter, aro at leisure n the even
ing, aud must depend on their paper for
their local news, the most' iu-port Ant
item pf which is where they cun find
list what thev want when they come to
town to make their purchases. If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and nut of
style that it is worthless, or if it it run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w nt, it ia not worth
while Tor you to advertise, out it it is
new. fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want.
don't hide them, but puMmh to the
world that you have them, vao(l want
to sen inoui,ai a luir price..
An advertisement published for a tin
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 raluablethan any
corner lot in his locality.
1 9 you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust:
your wife, yoo rush tt your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement lint you will plod
along in business year after year, with-1
out calculating how much you nre his-!
ing by not advertising it Krporler.
If those persona who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the public wish to he
convinced of their error, just let them
give publicity to sumo matter they
would. not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country paper, and tee what notorietv
they would aoon attain. Advert ierrt
Gatettt ; '
Advkbtisino is apt to give ns that
gentle jug ol conscience which tells ut
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a aew drets as toon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark thia passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will aay that adver
tising will npt yetoivilize (be worldl
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who ia enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To tee if there it
anything new, or anything that they
want. To aee if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who hat
them. .To know if any une it telling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy curiotty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Beoausa they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio State Journal
Tbb power of priut it well known,
but nut well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advtotaea
over one that ia written or apoken.
Thia it ono of the many reasons which
givet sin importance to advertising. But
advertiser!, area Iboae of experience,
do not comprehend as well aa they
might the capacity to influence, to per
tuade, to convince, which liet in print
ed matter. Spoken worda require the
graces of elocution and the force' of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in'
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed But there it tome
thing inthe silent language, the quiet
assertion and the tenet of permanence
a boat printed matter which give it
marvelnut foree and in'fluernee." Bnsi
J neat men should never permit tn
retaet to loose tight ot what rr .
accomplished by a perserering r J
tne printing: pgesesya, m.jvv -vr
Use, and then the "how, wt ad
whre" M IK Wd you , .U. ; ,
knowltdgt, worth eating.
TOWN LOTS AND UAIMDS
THR lalaaki Company, with a, ties-as tea
development of tha local tatareata of ialea
ki, 19 secure ita permanent piosperlu, aad f
sd4 to ita aopulaileii and wealth, ee ao
orsewng loaeuialeeavleie, tovra lolaaedfcraa
lands at low prieea. ad oa liberal tama.
Persons desiring lv eiamine lb ropertw
sod le buy eheap, bettea .wUl Mlr al iba
Comiany's offices to ' '
R. THOMPOrt, Manager.
Ealeakl, Ohio, May la, ll. 1 , af
. BUT ONLT TBC ...
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Which ia ad.ptad lo '
i All Sewing Machines,'
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NOTIOR parttculsrly lha aeara af 1. 0.
OOOHRICH, Chicago, Ills., with live paleat
sumps. II. C. COODatiril.
Orfli-s and salesroom tOA btaU at., rhicage.
iM .Jf .
If you are Suffering froa nf
Broken Down Constitution
i, Or require Remedy to ;n .
Purify aud JBnrlch tbtfltloody
You will find Dr.CrooltsCniSaaHal Arr
MparfokeKoilt to pormt grtmlrr aaaro
it, cure you mora speedily, and do oa
more goou tnaa any ana an outer ramea
dies combined. That Pal. Yallaw'.
H rklyr-looklngaikln Ut changed to ona
or iresnnesa ni.u ncattn.
of the Uln,
Pita plea, Pauitailoa,
ftlotrhea and Kraailest ara removed.
Brrorula. Kcrofalona Diaeataea of'lha
BweUlnaa, Ijlcera, oiel
a .1 rea or anr
kind of Hanior, rapidly
dwlndlennd dlsnppear nnMer hs Inflaenca.
hat Is It? lt Is natura'a own restorer !
A aolrtb.a oxyd of trpfonmblned with tha
medicinal properties!, f Poke'ltooldlreatetf
Ot aJL dlBgreeible quolltle. It will ear
any Aslaeaan whose real o direct eause I
ltiiil illooil. Illteninallam. Paine !
l.i tuba r Hone, t'onall ta k wk.m
dean hy Mercurial or other poison, ara
For Hrnhllla. or StBkv-
lllle taint, tliero lanotliing txiu4 to IS. A
trial win prove It. tMl4U , :
GEOltUS W. flI8SONi McArlbejyOhla.
THE - SUE
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fitly thousand subscribers, and ahieh wilt,
no hope, give it many thousands more, are
biieflvaa follow I '
Il i a ltrtrate n-wspaper. All the news el
the day will lie found in it. condensed when
unimportant, al full length when of moment,
aim a' ways presented iu a clear, intelligible,
and interesting manner.
It is a flrsl-rate fsmily paner, full of enter
taining and instructive reading of every kind,
bul containing nothing; that can oflend Ina
most delicate and scrupulous taste.
I t is a tlrst-rste story paper. The best Isle
aiir romances of current literature are care
fully selected and eg' My printed in its page.
It is a Hr-t-rate agricullnril paper, lha
moat Ire-h and inatruolive artielea on sgri
cultnr-. topira regularly appear ia thit de
It ia an Independent political psper.belonc.
ing lo no party and wearing no collar II fights
for principle nnd theelecilnn of the best men
tn cfftce It especially devotes ila energies tn
the exposure of the great eorruptlon that
now weaken nnd disgrace ndi country, and
threaten lo undermine republican institutions
altogether. It hsa notesr ol knares, sad aska
uo fiivors nftheir sii'iporterS. ,
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market for the men. especially the eallle-.
markets, to which it pays particular attention.
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iu order Pi have THE WhfcKLf BUN atrnh.
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gel the paper for a year
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