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THUUSDAY. JUNK 4, 187 4
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE
On and afUl und Ny 10, IS71. nir
ther antic, train wilt lun a Inlh.ws: No. i
S, 6. and t will run daily; all olur train, daily
' . ! . 1 I ' COINO KA8T.
, Nn. I
.H Mall. F"t I JIM 81 I. KI
iolaoll-. 6 &0ra 0n 'l"n
VhUiiuuitt U ' 14 44pm I I Vim
Mhtnd Fur.4..ll M 1 ! " J "
U.iade 1141" 1M S""
UcAavsc U ! " 1M" V
fiMoe lxO"pm IW" JM"
EslMki-.. I 1 " l " 1 '
Mom Furnct...lS I " " "
frkt.buri Jtt" 00 ' 1 M "
Fast Line, Mail. C'n, Ex
eri.r.b-.rf Sai8 10 laiam 4Am
Hop futow.- 11 07 " 1 lm 1
galMai. 11 l - IS " " "
iVoA.v.tm 11 a " 1" Vf"
Umdn .. 41 " 1" 1 1 "
ichlacd Fdr...H " l" ' l "
whiihcolli. l.Hpm 'o
g.ocion.ll IW" s is 00
' Ko mil top " S." Junction, Love
la-d, Greenfield. Chilliooitia, Hnifdcn, Athn-
an H -elt'e Landing only. No. 8 will t"P t
doll'l Landin. Kw EniMnnd, Athena, Ham
den, ChiHieoth. Qrn'tifll. Vienn. Hbo
htr, Lvlnd, Madiera. Madnonville.
Oakley aod Curd-ninsville, only. No. 6 A O
will atop (t 0. H. Junction, Madiaooville.
Lovelaad, Greenfield, riiilllcolhe, Himden
Athena and Scott's Landiug only. Not. 1 A 4
WiU make nil the Itops,
'.i ElLESKI FREIGHT.
ThaSalaakl Freight goint. leave Chil
llcothe, at 7 ou m i aavaville. I 46; Rich
land Furnace, 23; Unmden, arrive 10 oi
deiart 10 HA; McArthur, arrive 10 AT; depart
II ii Vwl, arrival! AT depart 14 SO p. m.i
taleaki, I W iolo west, leave Ziileskl at
a Win m . Vinton Kiirn4co.ll D"; MnAnhur,
t A3; H.m'len; 4 f); Ki lilxncl Kurpaoa, 4 Ci;
KayaTille, II 30; Ohilliroilie, 7 10.
Train on lha PtK THMUUTH BRANCH
will leara llamd a at 7 24 a. m. and i 16 p.m.,
arriving at I'orinmouih at lo liiia. m. anl 16
p m. Katurninx train Hill 1mt Por'immiih
all 00 a- m. and I A p. m., arriving at Uam
den at II no a. m. and a 06 p. m.
Train co-ne- l at Lnveland for all polnta on
the Lllil Miami Kallaoad, nd at the Indian
apolis aod Cincinnati Railioad Juncilon for
all point! Wt; at Athen, with the Colum
bia and Booking Valley Railroad,! Parkara
lirg with tha Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
"For the Blood is the Life."
See .Deuteronomy Chap, xii,
Yerse 23. , The blood being the
tonrce from which our pysteme
re built up and from which we
derive our mental as well as
physical capabilities, how import
ant that it should be pure. If it
contains vile festering poisons all
organio functions are weakened
thereby. Settling upon import
nt organs as the lungs, liver or
kidneys, the effect is most disas
trouJ. '-Hence, it behooves every
one to keep their blood in a per
fectly healthy condition and more
especially does this apply at this
particularseason.ot the year than
at any' other". 'No matter what
the exciting "cause may be, the
real cause of a large proportion
of all diseases ig bad blood. Now
Dr. Pierce does rot wfehjo place
his (golden Medical Discovery in
the catalogue of quack patent
nostrums by recommending it to
cure every disease, nor does he so
recommend , it, on the contrary
there are hundreds of diseases
thathe. acknowledges it will not
cure; but what he does claim is
this, that there is but one form of
bl.ood distase that it will not cure,
and that disease is cancer. He
doe,ffio recommend his Discov
ery for that disease, yet he
knows it to be the most searching
blood cleanser yet discovered, and
that.it will free the blood and sys
tem of all gther known blood poi
sons, be they animal, vegetable
or mineral. The Golden Medic
al Discovery is warranted by him
to cure the worst forms of skin
diseases, as all forms of blotches,
pimples and eruptions, also all
glandular swellings, . and the
worst form of .scrofulous and ul
cerated " sores ' of neck, legs or
other parts, and all scrofulous dis
eases of the bones, as white swell
inga, fever sores, .Lip joint and
spinal diseares, all of which fce
long to scrofulous diseases.
CONFIRMED.—HIP JOINT DISEASE
J7.Gbovb St., Ia., July 14,1872.
Dr. Piercb, Buffalo, N. Y.:
" -Daar Sirllj iwife first be
came lame nine years ago. Swell
ings would appear and disappear
on her hip, and she was gradu
aAjTbecoming reduced, and her
16le system rotten with disease.
In 1871 a swelling broke on her
Lip. discharging large quantities,
and since that time there are several-openings.
Have had five
doctors at an expense of $125,
whs say nothing will do toy
food but a surgical operation,
i -July 16th, 1873, he writes
thUsT My wife has certainly' re
cerrfa great benefit from the use
of jour Discovery, for she was
notable to get off the bed and
ifas '(iot expected to lire a week
when'she commenced using it, a
ytsrsgo. She has 'been doing
pnoit' of her work for over six
tsojrfni. , Has usd twenty bot
tles and still using. ' Her recov
ery is considered as almost amir
aele, and we attribute it all to the
DM of your valuable medicine. 1
''catLCheerfully recommrnd it pa a
-bltfftd Diirifier and atrpne-th r.
J. M. ROBINSON.
Dr. J. Walker's t'ulirornia
TinPgar Bitters nre a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the nativo herbs found on tlio lower
ranges of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which nro extracted
therefrom-without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho question U almost daily aslicd,
" What is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled 8UCCCS3 Of YlXEGAB BlT
tehs f" Our answer It, that thoy
rcmoro tho causo of disoase, nnd
tho pntiout recovers Ui3 health. They
are tho great blood purifier onj a
lifo-givin principle, a poifuct Jiono
vator and Invijroratnr cf the Bystem.
Kcvor lel'oro in tho histtiry of tho world
has a medicine been compounded -pos-scsaiug
the rcuwrkablo (iialitiea of Vis
KQAtt Hitters in healing tho Bick of
every disease rann U heir to. They aro
a fputlo Purpativo as well as a Totiio,
rolioving Conftcstion or Inflammation of
the Liver ud Visceral Organs, in lSilioas
Diaeases. -. . V
Tho properties of Dk. Walk
er's Yinkuab uittbrs nru Aperioiit, Dia
phoretic, Caruiiuatlve, Nutrition, Laxa
tive, Diuretio, Sedative, Couotor-Irritant,
Sudorifti'. iti""M'v1 nn1 Anti-Hilinn'.
Gratefnl Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bittebs the most wonder
ful Invigorant that ever . sustained
tho sinking system. '
. No Person can take those Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
boucs are not Jastroyed by mineral
poison or other m-jans, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair. , i
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivore throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, ' Missouri, Illinois, Tcnuessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Bed, Colo
rado, Brazos, Bio Grando, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile-, Savannah, Bo
moke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries,' through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat ar.d dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derango
iuop';8 of tho Btomach and liver, nnd
ofjicr abdominal viscera. . In their
treatment, a purgativo, exerting a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essontially necessary.
Thero is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Da. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily roniove
tho durk-colorcd viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at tbo saihe time
stimulating tho secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs. .
Fortify tho body against dis
f aso by purifying all its fluids with
Yixegar liijTER. No ' epitlemio can
tiiko hold of a system thus fore-anued.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, I'aiu iu the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chost, Dizziness, Sour
Eruotatinns of the Stomach, Dad Taste
in the Month, Bilious Attack, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lung, Pain in tho region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tlo will prove a better guarantee of its
morits than a length v advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, (Joitro, Scrofulous Intlammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial all'co
tiuns, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sure Eyes, etc. Iu these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, AValkku's Vllf
E3A rDitters have Bhown their greift cur
ative powers iu the most obstinate and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Bemlt-;
tcut nnd Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal.; Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood. ;
. Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged iu l'uints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, (luld-beaters aud
Miuers, as ttiey advance ia life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of WAxkEBA
YTskoar Bitter occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Sal tltheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out ot tbo system la a
short time by the nse of these Bitten. - -
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of bo many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No systeuiaof medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForFemaleComplaints, 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 perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
yon when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the system will follow.
. r. h. McDonald 4c co.,
Drnggiata & flen. Agta., Son Francisco, Califor
nia, it cor. of Waahinaton and Charlton Sta,N.r.
Hold ljr all Druggiata and Dealers.
C. F. TJFEU,
-IMPORTER OF- .V,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
nrOULiD respectfully aay to the cltliena of
Vf vinion i;o inai ne naa eniarea niioca
-rti.ig on of the largv.l in th Bute, tiir
LjKineaa haa tncraaaed every year uplotha
firet-ent lime and we teal thankful 10 the pub
do for paai farora.andare determined to keep
a large atock ol every thing Ufual'y fooad in
a nrat-caye Jewelry btore, and will keep the
fineai toek of gold and Mid ailver, lo the
heat Plated Uooda.aa Iowa any house 10 the
We keep all tha-dltTrnt brand of Amen
can Walchea Howard. United Ktatea, Lljim.
Waltham and bonnglield Manufacture, both
in gold aod ailver raaea. Alao a large line of
GUID .1M.UU WAItUFtS
Krom$25to I3UO 0O, eli-o ilver rromllgto
1160. Webaea veiv reliable lull Jeweled
ttilver Waii-h from flAinllti'. y -
k bill line df ul g Ml. m not line, or trade
to order t extent n-11I aoikn.i n,- Hepair
uig will rewive iiiompi ailrnli' n -
Hl.aw .IropJo tui ua. ho troubf te
kow toads. 1M
People wli take (he TtJttca
get ibe orth or thtlr-
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-inn, a, nr rhurnm, an i n in.-ftianr aia
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Land- '' 1 ,: " "
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Second St., Near Mulberry,
t m.L. it a nomttodo all my work of the.
best material, ann ianu e:ouu mi. ,..
quality of finish or durability. I employ ne
inferior werkmen, there are no nppientice
hn. ihmiLitiv ettah isnmeni. ana i can uoi
lail lo please any, person who want th beat
turnout made in the country. , I refe' with
pride to my cuatnmera throiihOul fouti.eru
Ohio aa lo the character of woik coming
from my factory, and guarantee an my cue
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All kinds of Turnouts finished and
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Call and examine my Stock
Rf.pali lngr, Uepaiatln;
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1 have constantly a atock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left with m for sale, repaired and almost as
good aa new, some oi inem ,
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iojUi io , , , ,
TO J. W. McKEE,
Embroiderine and Tlutine Machines
-1. t ih ingriiinua and will meet the want of
every mat ion in in tana.
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Gavil. Kec Hea'yi F A. Barnard
Pres.; -tjnmuel D. Tllniaa, Corresponding
New York. November 20, U72
Th,. aln.nle and Inm-moi a machine I a
useful aa ih sewina machine, R,id I., fast be
mmiiis m.uular with ladle, in Ih plac n
expensive otfdle work, ila wnrk being much
mure hamlannie. requiring much lee lime
and not me-teiilh I sit li. expense No la
dy'e toilet i. complete withnni (l - A machine
with illustrated cirviilsr and lull instruction
sent on receipt of 2 r finished m silver plate
ror 12 If.
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, McARTUUB. lHlO . . ,. , ,
GEO. W. UKUMON, rroprletoi
Uanufauturea ' '
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alio, oo imo all aiku br waooi woax
done to order on ahort notice,
Painting and Trimming
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ot all kinus executed iu the n tut lust and' uioat
artistiu atvle. --
UbfAlrilNU ot all kinds In my line will k.
promptly hdu bmu. uune.
. Work done at this eaiablUhmcnt la war.
uuteti to i5 autniantlal, put up solid and exe-
cu'edin the most worku aulike manner, Dot
o oeexitelled in any respect b any other ea-
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Porinerlv ot Uamden. I
ANNOUNCES to his friends' in Vinton and
adjo.ninit counuea that he ha bought the
Hotel Pormerlj Kept by Ohas. Smith
Three door west cl Madison, oa
.. ! keont st.'-u.'
He ha refitted it throughout, and t prepared
le entertain the Uaveling public at reasonable
Cat. Bodxu. A: U. Uorraa.a.
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Koot of suspension Bridge, CINCIMNATI, O.
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tion and private sales of leaf lobaceo. Uum
nes alri.-tly commission. Liberal advance
made on consignment. , .
i $72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agent wanted everyaber.' Duaine trfct-
)KlU,6l l.oui, Hn . .i -'.i
' Kahuekb Bh mid not fail to ex
aroine the patent farpi guti for
which Ueorge VV. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent ia thiri and
Jacrison county- i It .ia ihe beet
and cheapt-Bt gate' ever desitied
fur a farm, costijig fifty per cent,
lest than.. be old f8Dionei gate,
anJ .18 ruore ilur'abU, -for It' tati'
riot, sag;' Exn'mirje 'ii'wneu'v'eir
acftla McArthar... ... -; i-
pivea eawfql -attention to uutkinjt. oop
lei of other pioiorea. Pioturet amy be
mad m lurije aa life from tha tirtieat
lecket iiicture, and nmdt in every way
aatiiliirtorj' by carelul and judioluus
oilorinni J'hotoj.'rHpln front nature nr
Irnin other picture coiced in the neat
tjlea;in'oi(,'vniter coiors, fc"yoni'p!i-
tel of. ,10k, m rutei to aojt all. i injure
atnnce. ... .
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. , ' ' :-lM TdK- .... .
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Ileatlnir ' School IIouncs,
Cliurcbcs, Lodge Roonif,
, Court Houses and
rubllc j Halls, ,j. .
ltla cleanly, II m economical; it ia health
ful. It keep up a pertect circulation of air.
warming ail pan oi ma rcaira ana.. . ii hsi.
ne nrat premium ovei u compenmr ai me
Vienna Exposition. Circula sand painphlata
tontaining angravingsand lull paitn ulara lur
ntshexi on application, or one. oi tna atotea
may be aeon ii operation at my .lore You
are luviwd tv flail, and see for yopelvi. .
No. 9, Main St .
,! -. ' .. ; ..... I
Sol agent for Vinton an.l Rnscotinllea, and
dealer id all Hi most approved i ookiom ana
11 . U....u. ru.n,.h,na I.Mn l.
and man ulacMirr of all kmc id Tin, Sheet
Iron aod Copper Ware. Ordt r Irom the
country lor 8pouiion, hooting, eto., will al
ways receive immediate attention. ,
AND DEALER IN
Foreign an4 American
t ; i I . ' ;
Old 'Watch Case nnd old t; old and . Silver
MA'NUpicrUREB AND PEALER IN
HrldK'R, II h II erg.
ZlvlilpN, hpura. Trace
Chains, Hames, and all ,
Other Ariicles of Saddleiy. 1
My tnend and the phone, genera: ly r invit
ed in call and examine mv slock and pn
eea f make 40od hone-t work, uae th
tst stock, and sell al lb very lowest prices.
R K P A. I R ING
and manunicturing done to order, and all
Work yVarrante'' as Represented,
C. J. B1XLINGHUEST,
' I ' nnd dealer jo all kinds of
carrfully done, and the amalleet oicturea
enlarged to any sue, and
Finished in Oil,
dx other gtyle lht my be desired, at tha
LOWEST . ; RATES,
' Imkh aad flricly flnlnhea Photeirrapbr
can be niaite Irom old aud faded, or
acraieued pictarea. . . .. , j
Pictures of all kinds
and all work arranted to give aatialSicbon.
Jmay Wit ; : : -1 i .-.i .
The Best and CheapeiBt,
ft I I!
i: i l. ''a : i;
If You: .
1 Want a sitniitlon.
Wnt to aell a plMiio,
1 Want to cell a cnnlnjiC
Want to buy orwll a farm.
Want a boanllujr place,
Wnut to aell town propi-rty.
Want to sell f rocerlos or drugs.
Want to sell liousehold furniture.
Want towl! drr gooila or carpet.
Wai)t to rind oustouwra for anything.
AdvertWnjr will (rain now cimtomers,
AdvertNiiK will keep old ciistonirrs,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising nuiVe Miceens easy,
AdvertlMng begeti coiiHdenci,
Advertising' sliOwa ,' energy, . .
; Advei tiaing allows pluck, i
Advertising meana'biz,' '.
Advertise or "bust," , .
Advertise; long, '
Advenise well, '
' ; Advertise
- Every merchant, manufacturer
or buine8 man who has leeume
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, (he ' Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to' advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stuck turned into
motiiy 'so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that'if it was
good ; for him in adversity, A
could make it still better in pros
perity', he became ti persistent, ad
vertisert and tnus gaxnea ms co-
ussai fortune. . . , ,
Sume merchants aiiy it la not worth
while to advertise; fur no porsnn read
advertisement; yet every merchant in
thin county will read tins advertiae
mont, and if lie is wise he will pmtii
by it suggestion, il he lias anything to
tier w- rlli advertising llow muoli
mi re then will those read them who
are not sd largely supplied w th read
ng mutter, nre at leisure 01 the even
ing, and must depend un thtir paper fur
their local new, the m--ft in purtnnt
ifein cf which ia where they can fin.l
out whut they want when they enme t
town to 111 nk their purchases. Ifyoni
slock ia so old, rusty, dusty and nut of
style that it is worthleas, or it' it if run
dnwn an Unit you have nothing left that
people would w tit,' it is nut worth
while lor you to tiuvertise. out it it is
new, fresh ttnd sparkling, up to the
times, and such us the people want.
don't hide them, but - puhlish to the
world that you have them, aod want
to sell thorn at a fair price.
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An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man s nume a per
inanent matter, a piece of real proper
ty Tni i 1 1 up in tha tilings of. men until
it become! more valuable than any
corner lot in hia locality. un 1
Ip vi'U lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you deaire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing tnat every;one win rear:
the advertisement But you will plud
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how mush you re los
ing by not advertising tRrporter
If those persons who profess to b;
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the puhho wish to lie
convinced of their error, just let ' them
give publicity to soino matter that
would not care to divulge to the world
even in the most obscure corner nfii
country pnper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Adver titer' t
Gazette ,-': ' '. ' -Advkbtisino
is apt to give n that
gentle jog ol conscience which tolls ua
that we want a new Buit of olothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress-aa soon aa the hay was in
Perhaps it would be, a good plan for
Madame to "nark thia passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fivst plate., r Who will say that adver
tising will notyetoivilize the, world!
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Why do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to lenrn
whatii going on. . To see if there ia
anything new, or anythini that, they
want,' To see if the seaann'a styles
bave come in, and to find nut who bus
them. .To know if any one ia selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction, tor amusement.
To atify curiosty.' . Because they
have read, all the- stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals' and accidents.
Beaaiisa they want to. Because they
ear't help it Ohio State Journal
Thb power of print is well known,
but not well understood. A- printed
sentence has a wonderful advhjtage
over one that is written or 'spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do' not ' comprehend as well as "they
might the capacity to influence, W per
miade, to convince, which Jies in print
ed matter.' Spoken words require ihel
graces of elocution aqd the, , force
eloquence, yet even thet fade away in
to nothrngneaa-if hot cauitht in their
flight and printed put there ie;somo
-thing in tha silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense nr permanence
shout printed matter which, gives ieal
marvolnin force and. ltinuernee. Uusi
' ne meri should never permit tb t-j
.selves to .kmae-sight of iwhai wt
accomplished hy a perseverinp r of
th prtntinif. presses. Learn t' f'" r
I. lis, and than th ','huWj w.' . ..'ad
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VI IV, ail, I juu WAj J
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
V In Zaleski.
THR Zale.ki rompsny, wllh a view to lha
development of Ih local intrel af Jal
ki.to aecur it permanent picperuy, a. die
add to iu population and wealth, are now
ortermir to actual -ettlei a, town lot and atria
lands at low price, aad oa liberal teraasj
Peraon deainn, lo exaanin the property
and to buy cheap house will apply al tha
Company 'a omo to- -. . i.n .............
B. THOMPSON, Kntr.
; lalpkl, Ohio, May IS, 171. , kf
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GOODRICH TUCK MARKER,
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' ' 1 Whioo t adapted to . ' ' ' ''
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NnTIOR nartlcularlv tha slai n of H. fl.
OOOlKCB.,Cbirairo. Ilia., wuh Hv patent
tamp. . .11. C. A.UUUBK1I,
Offlc aad ialerom tbi tat k hu-st,
in. ---- iaiiit
If 70U are Suffering from any
Broken Down Con'stitutlon,
"' Or require a Rerrtedy Id'' " ''
rnrlfy and Enrich thOBTood.
Vnn will find Dr.Crook'n tampon nd ajyr
1 p of Hoke lloo to poa.r.a grrater aaetv.
it, cure you more speedily, and do yo
more Kood than onv and all, other reme
lle cuinblned. ''Thaia Pare. Yel law,
H rUly-loottlng-Kklu la chnnged. to- pna
oriroslinesHBi d health. TUoae lle
of the Kkln, flmple,' .Pun(IeH
Illotrlie and Eruption are removed.
Hrrol'ula). Herolulou lllarnawa oJ Die
Kyea, hl.e kwellin;, II rem. Old
herea or any kind of llnmor rapidly
ciwiiullft anil dlsitptienr tinder lislnflucnce,
V hat la il T It la nnture a own roatorer I
A aolnb e oxyrtof Iron combined with the
nicillolnul pmpeUlesor Poke lloot divested
ot 1.1 1 dlsaitrccnble qnnllUux. It wllloura
any tslNonain whnae leal or direct cause la
liiKl lllood. Illienniatlain, Patina la
l.iiubair llne,:oniitntiun broke)
down by Mcrciniul or other poison, ara
all cured by IU 'ur Kyphllla. or (typbW
Iltin tnlnt, tliaro lanotlilmi eaiual tolw Jk
trial wilt prove lb bold by"
UEOIUiB W. SISHON, BfcArthnr, Okie. .
WKUKLV, SEUI-WEUKLr AND DAILT.
THE WEEKLY DN is ton widely a down
to require any extenrte.1 rnmmndt'eB;
but the reason wha-h live alieady atvew il;
Sity .thousand aubsenber. ni which Willi,
eh"pe, iiive it many thuiisands mor, are
biieflvaa lullowa : ' . ': ' . I
1 1 i- a flr-t-raff n-wpa per. All-Ih aw t
the ilcy will he found in it. condensed wha
unimportant, al full length when Of moment,
and n'wsvs presented in a clear, -inlelliiibl,
and inteiestinr tennner. ' '
Il iaa first -rule family paner, frill of ntr
Inininir nnd instruct v reading of every kind, ' .
bill containing ii"thint that can oflend la
most di licat'e snd scrupulous taste. '
It is tirniratsioiy paper. Th bl tale
snd romancea n' current lilersture'arefsre
fully aelected and eg'My primed ir Oa paae.
Itia a lict-nita sricuhuril r"Pr- 'I
most lre-h anil instrucliv articles on sgri.
uiiliur -l topic regularly appear in this de
partment. It ia an Independent polities! paper, belong.
Inn to no party and w.nrirn no collar II ffihi
fur principle and the ele.Mii n of the best men
loeftice It especially devote ilaenarai lo
the exposure of th (trent corruptions thai
now aexken anil rtisgrnc mil country, and
thre-itcn 10 undermin republican inatiiutinu
a'lnieiher. It his no tear 01 knnvea, and ask
uo fnvora r.f their sti'iporlera. '
It reports h fushinn for the ladle and tha
market for 1 he men. especially Ih call)- '
market-, to which it py particular attention.
Kuiallv. it is the chca"t paper pubhhd.
One ilnlinr a year will evoiire it for any sub
svtilMr. It 1 not neceaaarv in get ni alub.
in rdr lo have THE W KEKLv VH at 'hia '
rale. Any .-ne who send a single dollar win
get the pnper for a year-
THE WKF.KLT SlTWftight 'paras,'
fllly-aix column., nulv fl a leaf. K die
count-''nvm tin rnie.- ' ' -
THE NEM.WEHLT Sl'?f.-"swi
sue lis in : 'any Hun. IKUU) venr. A dis-
cniiol nf 20 pe, cent, to duo of 10 PI ever.
iiir,u,iii,isi ,v.-l lrp- lour pas
neaspaper 01 iweni eiirni eon mn. l'an
circulation over 120,000. il th aw forf
S c.-nta. Hubscnpiion pru:e 60 cents a moalh
or 0 year To club ol 10 r over, adi
poiii.i " I ao rer sent .
Addreaa ' THE HUN," New Ywrk thy.
.! i'. -i . . I t.'.t :
A BOOK FOR THE MILIJOIf t
HUtl disoDrriei fa procwlBf io4 prvrMUag sffsfrkkt.
ko lo ititarrvt th entnplvxloa, At
Tklil 1 sin Utf nttiai wrk 1 1 fcaidrvif ne)
bagei, witli nunenui tn(ravlDi, aud MBtalDs valsabt
miormaiinn mr iuom woo art snarrito,reaauaiBlRltBtara
riagt Btlil It Iaa book tbatotifbi kai aa4ar teak -(
tuidkay. and aotlald eartleaaljr aWt ibakauat.
1 C otiataioa tba txpcrleocs) Had adka a f a 4iaMaa)
. vhnifl repuiatlou I wo rid- Ma, and aaaaU a la tha mwi
Vaia drar or t? ery atalt and ftaialalhroacluiai ikt aallr
flob. JttmbracMarerytliiOf aa thaMbJftr Iaa ma
araUratTitem tliaa ia worii, faawia,4a4 aaMhaaaAlt
oi publiibed ia aov other work,
Bcatio an ana (rYc of poaia) far Fl ft? Oaala.
A.ltress Dr. BytU' DUptniary.No. 13 N. AlfbtAtiml
Bt. LouU, 11.
KotJce to tha' Affiled V Fafbrtiit2; ;
Kf fori applrlng ta'tha uetoiioai qaaeki bo advmUa la
Sublia ptera,or nalur. aoj sjuack rcmcdlaa ptruta Dr.
in' work no maitar what aardlscaaa la, tr a daptatf
Itr. Buita oocuiia doubla kaaaa af (vaaif-Mva
roomiii Indorsed hj aout af ibt oai4taniastiaiadl
aaiiroresiororthlioauDirv aad Kutopt.and a a baea
lulit-J eroa-lly ar by nail, oa tbadiiaaaai SBtntioaed ia
fell works. Olnea and parlart. Ma. II H. Kifbth iraaty
rsni sit VSNHI) Bh SHU, M, A - . ' '
Notice to the Stockholders of
the ' Ga Ipolis. Mc Arthur,
& Coumbas Balroad' Co.
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A LI, parties having subscribed to lb cap
ital stock ol the H.. McA. A C. B. R. ara
hnrehy requi.ed to make payment lo iheSee.
relaryofihe Compny,t his offlc W th '
Publie Squarr, in (jslliooll, Ohio, ot if mora
convenient, lo lianie) Will. President or the
Vinion.Connty Bank, al MoArlhnr, Ohio, of .
an installment ol Hv dollar on oach share'
so aubsenbed, -within tea day of this data. '
Aunutt IU, 1871.
x r -r WM.f HOBRR,WeT- '
a '.V. " U.McA.aC.B.R.t,'
dee 8 1871. .
: m i'.-.t f;, .un a -rur. nr
IjnijrVVadsrapi'd with Stencil A Key
Iviwiva I uneca outnis.
lull paiticulan FREE. 8.
M. 8paacta, 11T
Hannover St., Boston.
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f . fe Willi SCnditbe Keflofd an tht
- I ississill IMUlt. M feshunh. am
a - " -mv nvmimt. w
- .year tor t&aiV iwhj u
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