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.THE VINTON RECORD.
" MoAKTllUIi, OHIO,
THURSDAY, oCT. ti2. 187J.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Oa and tni Sunday May IS. 1874, until fur
aer ooiise. train, win run fallows: Nos. 1,
l,i,udl willrea dailj;tteihr tram, daily,
tJM.st 8ndy: . - . -
oi.no ic.ur.
s i
M.. I Ha. 1
llatieni. llail. Fsei Una
tindniwil..-. i toon t liil
hiliM'.lh.. I" to " 1 !lpi
fkiehuted Fwr.lt X I 14
al.iadea 4 .. -U 41 ' . "
ttcAsvtm 1 to " 34
inlaw o..pu 8 i "
fftlMk) .li Id ) "
on. Faros....! " S "
Jrarkeikkarg W t -l "
No I
Si li Kl.'
I japm-
1 I mill
I W "
l.i "
i SI
I at "
t 4i "
S 17
;u "
tidlNG W(3T.
. Italians;. ' Na. t f n 4
Pl.t l.in. Mad.
No. t
Cm. Kj
4'.pn
li i'mm
U :i4 "
li 41 "
II il '
1 01 "
I lu
II 14 "
Mil
f arktr.ktsrc . I ze-iia 10 on.m
Hun turuac.... lu
I eiiun
I it "
1 4i "
1
2 hi
i u
SV '
t 16
Tinton..:. 1! U
MaAavafa II 81 "
Bun ten J "
Hwhlacd r.. .11 4v
Ohilliooili.....l'i IVm
isfncnnali . 4 40 '
X I will .lop at 0 i. Junction, Love
laad.UraenSeld. Chilllenine, Ilnnulen, Athens
J 8,'oif. r.mi 1inii only- No. g ill .tp at
tuott's Landing, N England, Allien., Ilnin
4.9, Chillirothx, Oreennill, Vienna. Him-bs-ter,
Lnv.land, Hsdiera. Mudisonviile.
skley (ml Cunimmivilie, only. Nis. 40
Zlll .lap al C. it H. Junction, Mil In-nnville,
ralanil, Greenfield, Chlineolhc, H.inidcn.
Athens and foou't Landing only. Not. 114
will make ail the .top..
ZAI.EeKl FREIGHT. '
Tha t.ileeki Freight going east.leaves Oliil
Voihe, al 7 W a ui ; it.tvi le, I Hi HI' h
bad Furnne, V; llnmufn, nmrf 10 oi
part 10 tt; Nx.trthur.arriva 10 J7; lip!iri
H 11; Vintoa.arriU 67 depart li 30 p. iii.j
laleiki, I ( (toinx wt, It avra Zilt aki m
I (10 p m.j Vintcin Knrnvo, 3 ll'ij MvArihnr.
U; Hrrailrn, 4 i: Ri -hlwd Kurnn:?, 4 Mi
Birili, y; '.'iiillu'nihe, 7 in.
Tram, orf lha rVK CSMUU I'H HIUNCH
ill leaf llanvli n at 7 ii a. m anl '1 H n m .
rrifiot al Horlmnniih al In 'JO a. in. a-f '2 I'
. m. Katurmnnlraln ill lrnv I'or'aiiionlh
tl 00 a. m ami 1 M n-arrivlnd at Uiiui
n at 11 uo a. in. and 5 Oi p. in.
Tram, co-ncl at l.f rlaml for all points on
k. I.UHi- Mumi Hmlron'l, ni'l nt ihc Indian
apoha anil (,'ini'innnli II i lion. I Junction for
ll pmnll Weal; at Alhrn., with iheC luni
ku. anil H.x'km VtiMet lUilron l, nl I'urkem
karg mill Ilia Uulmnoie & Ohio Knilm-m.
W. W 1-2 BiHiY,
(ieneral Sni'oriiiUn'ient.
Wilkeayille, Earnden & Middleport
P1ACICL1NE.
I WILL run hack from Wilkeamlleln nam
den on Mondaa, We.lnp-da). aud Krnlny-i,
r.iuniing on tha im dnva.
I ! I n I no rim a return hwlc in MMdlepnrt
li Tueadity. Thliriilnya and talunlnv.. re
ttirninjtnn the lame .Inf.. iOUN LEVIS
6UKlii74Cf
WILKESVILLEABD HAMDEN
HACKLINE.
I WILL run a hwk from Wilkeille to
Hainden and return every Tueily, 'I linrn
day, and .Miur.ly lor the aii-oiiiiiKMliilinn
af paaaenf(er.. mailing rinse eniine'llnn Hill:
tha mail Irani, on the M. AC. K. It. I will
alto carry eipreaa pi'kn.' fhippnl to or
atom point by me Aii.iins e.xprena uu.
en? HA C MIl.i.F.R
ll'a awful lonesoiiiA in Mexi
co just now, and leara trickle
down Ibe littber's cheeks as lie
takes Ins son on his knee. ant
tells him how the country used
to be blessed with a revolution
about every two week".
When a well known Omalm
thiet meets a policeman and
bands him five dollars, it is tde
duty of the officer to go and fill
down in n alley and see noth
ing for the next hour nothing
Free
Press.
It's awiul lonepome in Mexi
co just'now, and tears trickle
down the lather's cheeks as he
taies his son on his knee, find
tells him how the country used
to be blessed with a revolution
about every two weeks.
E. li. WebTuN, the iunny mnn
of the Lincaster. (N. LI.) Re
publican, ruilmits the pronun
ciation oi "Eraslus Richardson''
M bein a test whether a man
j trunk or not. ''Rassus Kis
sos,'I:e buys, won't do.
Two Rochester men rowed
a boat around in a circle lor
three hours under the'idea ih. t
they were going down ibe b y,
snl yet Rochester is a temper
ance town.
Now is the time when the
irresponsible urchin gluetb the
bouse fly's wings together and
walkcth him against time
around the nose of his Bleep
iog grandfather.
An Alabama paper states
that the bogs in Walker conn
ty, in that State, are dying of
disease of the brain. Th
ought to keep ther bogs from
studying so hard then.
''Is the candidate lor sheriff
here?" asked a stranger as he
looked into and Illinois bar
room. ?JTe, why?'' answered
eighteen men, as they rose.
Ah Omaha paper advises the
people "not to make such a fuss
about the shooting of one con
stable, as there are' over forty
candidates for the office."
Fktk II , of Brazil, is said
to be the richest monarch in
the world, aud there are many
who would like to be Voter
two. '
No nan can read about all
these burglaries without a de
tetmination .to have bis wile
sleep od Ibe front tide of the
bed.
H who bj bis bfz would
rise, niost either burst or ad
TerUie," . ? "
Dr. J. Walker's California
linear Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, niado chlelly from
t'.io nativo herbs found ou tho lower
ranift'3 of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, tho uiodiciual
properties of which aro ' extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled 6UCCCS3 Of VlXEOAB BIT
TERS f Our answer is, that they
rciuovo tiio cause of disease, and
the putiout rucovi-M hi health. They
nro tho great blood purilier and a
lifn-giviiig principle, a perfect Keno
vator aud Invigorator of tho system.
Never liefurn in tho history of tho world
hiu a niediciuo beini compminded poa
aensing tho remnrkitlilo fimtlities of Vis
eoab r.iTTEns ill hi'iiling tho sick of
overv disen-io man U hoir to. They are
a ge'ntlo rnrpitivo tw well as a Touio;
relieviii)? Cuujrestion or luflauitiuttion of
tho Liver aud Visceral Orguus, in Bilious
Disome.
Tlie properties of Dn. Walk-
Bit's Vixeoar HiTTEitsaro Aperient, Dia
phoretic. Carniinativo, N'ntrition, Lnxa
live, Diureliii, Smlntive, Ooiuitnr-Irritaut,
gn I. . ' ' ' nil rj-Hilju.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters the most wonder
ful Invigoiant that ever sustained
the sinking systom.
No 1'crson can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not Jjstroyed by minoral
poison or other w ms, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho'Cnited States,
especially thoso of tbo Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Itio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savanuab, Ito
tnoko, James, and many othors,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tbo
Summer nnd Autumn, and romarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat nr.d dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ment of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful inllucnco upon theso vari
ous organs, is essontially necessary.'
Tlioro is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, a they will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the livor,
mid generally restoring the healthy func
tions (if tho uigostive organs.
Fortify tho body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vi.xKOAit UiTTiiRs. No epiileiiiio ceil
tnke hold of a system thns fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, iicad-
nclio, Yum in the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tizhtnesl of tho Chest, DianinoMo, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
iu the Mouth, Bilious Attack, Talpita
tion of tho Bcart, Inflammation of the
Lung-i, 1'uin in the region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guaranteo of its
uiorits than a lengthv advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Uoitre, Scrofulous Inftnnnnatious,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In theso, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, AValkrk's Via
koar Bitters have shown their great cur
ative powers in the moat obstinate and
intractable coses.
For Iullanimatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Disease
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Tvpe-settcrs, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as tfiey advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker'
VfNKUAB Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Totter, Salt-lthenm, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King-
' L' .... 1 .1 I 1 L!,.. 17 a T,V ..J.,,,.
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of the
Skin, Uuinors aud Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up aud carried out of the system in a
short time by tho use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are elTectnally destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForFemaleComplaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womaubood, or the turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in rumples, eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when yon find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleause
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
Ton when. Keep the blood pu.e, and the
health of the system will follow.
R. II. McDO.V I'D fc CO.,
Drnpirlsi. It Gen. Airta., San FrencUco. Califor
nia, at oor. of Washington and Charlton Su,N.r.
hold by all UrugitiaU amd Dealer.
C F. ")UFEU,
WATCHMAKER,
hi l F ACTIRI KG JLWLLER.
IMORTKR OK
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
CIULLICCWZ, 01110
VfTOULD re'pectlullT say to tha citizens of
YT vinionun mat ne nss enlarged ins atoca
"ini one of tha larg.st in tha mate. Our
Lainess has increased every year up to the
rireaent lime and wa leal thankful to the pub.
n for past favors, and are determined to keep
large stock ot every thing nsnaPv tound in
a bnn e.ass Jewelry more, and will keep tha
finest stock of gold and .olid silver, Mo tha
nest Plated Woods, aa low a any nous id tba
We-s ....
Wa keep all tha different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard. United His tea, Klgin.
Waitham and Hprlngfleld Manufactures, both
la goluaod silver ce. Also a large lineol
HOLD; IlirulilED WAIt'HFS,
Kroia fas lo S-Jis) oo, also silver from $13 to
SIM). Wa have a vciy reliable lull Jeweled
aitver Watch from tiitotto. .. u -
A full line of ali good, in onr line, or made
tn order hy expericD'fd workmen. Repairs
Hi will receive prompt attention
Pisa drop in and oa aa. Jio tronhle a
(how good.. yinil
S F CRATER
MANUFACTURES AMD DEALER IX
UnrncM, Saddles,
Itrldlei, Uallers,
1 hlpa, pnrs. Truce
Chains, Haines, and all -. ,
Other Ar;icles of Saddlery. .
My Inendsand tn pnolin generally arvinrit
rt to rail And examine my .lock and pn
era. I mk anmi haaart work, una Ih
le.t .lock, aud .ill it lha fcry loar.t priQU.
REP'AUl-NG
and manufacturing jat to order, and all
Work . r7arranted: as Bepresented.
1 1 TOILET,
8 ;il)mNLNC, K.Y.
' A Nil DtAI.KRlN .
Foreign . and ; American
iJFWFLRY
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers
!' Tools, Etc.
Old Watch Caaea and eld (iold and Sllrer
liouvlit.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
2lnirlR7.l
l GOOD BOOK
AGENTS WANIED.
Dick's E.noyci.opei'Ia of Practio.il Rk-
ciip'b anii PRocisacs. Conliiining'i.l'.'J nti
ticul receipts, wriiten in a plum mid io,nl.u
iiinrner, and illiiptnited ailh explanntor)
ao'id-i'itta. - Keinif a coiiiprehenaiva honk of
r- lercni-e lor ti e ineri liniii, miuiiif.iciurer. nr
1 1 ii n, anialeur and housekeeper, loulu'liiiu
medioine, ph.-irniacy nnd domealie ecunoiHV
The .cope of thia work in entirely lirt-reni
from any other hook oi the kind. Kesine
heinra cnni lele and aim' at indirpen.ihh
hi ok of ri-fi-reice for the Ihou.and nnd mil
reeeipu and Hitielea needed in every noun--hold,
furin, irnrden, etc.. it im-ludes ilear nnl
ea-ll) ini'l.i stonil ihrei'tlnna for the applien
lion or man v nfihi- art. iii.iiullyniqiiirrdoiin
liy lontf exuerieiii-a, mid o invested of te h
nii'hidilies, nr the tevhnirnlilip. ol lermk use
o lully expUineil an to lirnix Ih- entire auh
eet within the coiiiprehen-ioii otanj pemn
ol onliniiry nilellineiii'e. I'roiiiiinent ninnui
the imiuense. nm-a of aulijevls Irealed of hi
Ihelsioknre I lie l-llov mt:
The Art ol Uyeinu, Muni Salt and Toilei
Soaps, Timninp, in-lilliilion', Innlntioii l.ii
lion, Wines, Cr. lis un l Hitler-, ilidpi.
HrewiiiM, Perufmery.Flaviiriny Ksaenees, ''le
i o-iiieiii', 1 1 in r lijeannd Wa.hea, i'nninri.-.
nnd I'eiluniecl ml-', 'I'nnih Powder, etc., Ky
inpi-, Ah'iihol nnd Alcnhohnelry, I'elioinin
and Kerosene. Uleiii'hmn and Cleaning, V in
ejnr, i-nin ea, Cntsnpa and Pieliela, Hei eipi
Pir the Unrili'il, Tn r emove MMili,spotH,ete
I'vroti-elin.v aud K lewves. Cenieula, ele .
Wiiterprooiiii)!, A r 1 1 1 i i i h 1 , 0-ni, Inks an'
Wrilinv Kliinia, Aniline ("dors, Pninls nm
I'lfinents. I ninliniriind l'Hpcrhiiniiinir, Kn
-online nnd WMIewnsh, Vnniis'iinil nnd I'o'
i-h nit, l.uhnea ora, Jspnnninix and Laeqnt-r.
im.Hoot nnd Harness K'a'kin, I'lioioKuipht
Mflnl- and Alloys, liilUinx, .Silverinji, ete
Klis-irotypuiff, Kleetri pluliii, ele., I'i. tin
Medieines, Meiln-nl Hei-eipt-, Wrighla am
Measure.. 6u7 pngea, rcynl ortavn, e!oth
Friee IVnn ' nmr
MCn FlTZfiERALI'.rullnsherH, N. V
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSDHULD MAGAZINx
AND TH mill HOMO
Y0-SEM1TF.
Ilnvinc control of the masniflcen! ill chrn
ino, Yo Semite, we are able to ollera cornbin
slim, of literary and arnstie worn ol genuine
worth, nnd at prioen unprei eileiiled
This flue copy of a piece of Nntuie'a itrnnd
est work, la not presented in Hie usual Inn
ited Myle, it. ilimenions, 14x20, mnking i
picturn ol vpiy desirable iie In it If.
AS ORNAMEXTTO THE ROOM
graced hy it presence.
Hut n lew copies of this beautiful hromo
will be allowed to go to the retail stores, and
those will be sold at their
Actual Rctnil Price, $0.00.
which if oide-en in connection with our Mug
nziue, butt) will be lurn'i-hed lor
As ft premium the picture may be oblnmed
by sending us tvo siibsi-riptions for the Mux
zine nl one ilo lal each, nr by Buhm-rbutg o
Hie .Magiiaine two enrs in advance, at one
dnllnr per annum. AOiresH,
WltUI 'a IIO.l'Hfc.llOl.1' M tCAZlNK,
Newbuigh.N Y
S. E.BHi TEH, Publisher. 4-.pt
Kg i
rSf
E S3
X. DRUCKER & CO.
il VM'FAOTURERS ok
TRUNKS, BAGS ASD VALISES
MO. 110 THIRD ST.,
ICINCINNATLO
Wm . GAETSOCf, &Gg,
Odd Fei.uws' Block,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Tublishers of '
BIBLE. LOOKING-GLASS
And otnar
Standard Beligions Works,
Canvassing Agent, wanted in ary aann
in the United Blataa. i, jaol
JOHN BIECELr
FortnerlToi H.mdtnU , .V.
ANSOrNCF.8lohi fnenrfa' in Vlnfoa and
ailjoiDina counties that Be h.sboughuhe
Hotel Pormerlj Xept 67 Oh&si Eiriith
Three doors wast elf M.dun.'oa )
FRONT; BTr
POHTSMOtJTH, ; 0.
Hahaa refitted it throuahont. and 1a nraoar.d
laaoijaMer--
WATCHES
j:-m aa.
SiaJljllJm
3 i
J
s McAKTiri Uli, :
OARRIAGlFAOTpEY.
North-en trornei of Maui and Jacxioa atraata
,, , , j MclBTBUS..0HIO. V i !'
GEO. i W. : BEUXTOX,1 rroprletor
' ' Uanufacturaa .
, . ' I i : -i 1 i ' '
Caniaiea, jivjiiiet. Sxxrtuu, ttt
' I . ' ;
tuo, waiox. aaa u, ! or wieoa won
done to order oa abort notice. 1 n . '. ,
. Painting ana Trimming
ot all kimai executed in tha oeate.1 and mo
arttstiu aMa.
BtPAlitINO of all kind ia roy liha wiU b.
nromptlyanw neatl done.
Bu Wirk dooa at 'this ea'abllahmeni i war.
MiH.si to l aubsiantinl, put up solid and exe
cuted in Ilia most workn .nlike manner, not
a nrrxcflled id any respect braoy other e.
lebliahm.niio thecointrv, ' ' l
J. ROUZER,
! Manufaclorcr of
BTJG&LES, 1 CARRIAGES
i" ' "
j , -AND- .:
EXPRESS WAGONS
it,Lo
(Jflalest.most ftuihiooabla tod elegint atvles,
... , .j, . -
Second St, Mear Mulberry,
CIlILLimTIIErO.
I make it a point tn uo all my work of the
best material, ami slant! eecoad to bbOv in
I iinlily of Oniah or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no appientle
her nbnut my establishment, and I can not
mil to please any person who wanta the beat
turnout nail, m the cniiuiry. 1 refer with
iride to n v customers thrniihout Houtuern
ihio aa to the chararivr of woik coming
rmn my kctorr, and uiuiraniee aU my cus
tomer, perleot Mtisliolinn.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Kepalilngv Repainting? Etc.
Will recair niompt attention.
-
I have'constimtly stock of
SECOND HAND
Carriages, Snggies and Expresses,
j '
lift with ma lor sale, repaired and almost as
good as new.vume of ihem
VERY CH E API N DEED;
"ItMil tT : ,' . . .-.
DIPLOMA
AWA1UID.T THS
American Institute,
TO J. W. McKEE, '
KKR
jmbroidering and Eating Machines
"i: ts ingenious snci will meet the wants ol
verv mation in the land.'' .
Exhibition of 18T2.
ohn E. Gavit, lire Hrc'yi F A. Barnard,
rea ; Samuel 1. Tilinun, Corresponding
eu'y.
New Verk. Nnveml erW, l7'i
I'hia simple and ing-nioi a machine is as
iseliil as the sewing machine, a.id l. f-l be-
oniiug popular with ladiea, in lha place nl
jpin-ive ntedle work, its work beiuu lunch
more baiiilsoine, n quiring in m il lees time
ml nut nne-tentn pint ti e expense. rn la
,y's toilet ir complete without it A mnchine
nth illustrated circular and lull insn uctmr.s
cnt on receipt ol 12 ,.r Snished iu silver plate
...ea it.
iddress, The RIcKce Manufacturing Co.,
aitf hioauiiu). Aew luik.
AO EN'l'S WANTl'.D- '
Two American Magazines.
.i , -
The excellence of American Magmines has
lecoineLO sell recnpnitpd nbrond. that one
if the leading fnglinh pMiiirs, the London
Veekly Kcgisler, in a recent issue, thus
penks of f-enhner a Muni lily:
H'c nr ios-iiikbI It ows Hint 8''KIBSEU't
M' ST1ILY oirriei off the prize ttgtiim4 all our ihil
mg monthly riuu Jnr Uruluittcif oj illiwrvltnui and
nriely oj cuini'iif.. It u umply a uimaerjul alttUHig
icorlh nothing e 'N 0' more warming raa the rsu,
--full oj forte una tutor; the Hutu una thnue oremtm
'jni with n truly urtittic power Out of Urn one aaif
tvrnttf original utticle. tee rettllu do not Allow whtch
o vhoote u. oer,ur enca anci allure excellent.
Kol onlv is it irue that Heritnier's Monthlv
xcels the K"ghsh MaEnziDO, bul It is Ike
first of the AmertoaH nMnlMiee,
In the extent, nriety and artistic excel
lenca of its illii-tration of American thme.
it has n. ver been even nmironelicd, much
less eii ell?.! It haa a. larger pige and gi as
i greater vnriety in its ron'ent than any oth
er Oltne Manilant smenenn Moiiililiea
In lilerarv chnmcter. and in the brilliancy
uid al'ilii ol its Kilitoiiiil i,epHitni!iiis,Hen-
nys an eiiiiiil pre-eminence
Its eoniluctora sr.rted with the rieBnite aim
if maUiii2ft!e6in'if7ff2iNeoiMe world, ot whi
Ihev have never for m nuimeiil l st sight, snd
Hiey pmnt with pride and pleasure, to the
M iy and June numherr, lecenily loaned, and
ask for them a eamlid exiimination ondaenre
ml cninpnnsnn nl their merit" with those n
other mngntlnes; and they renew their pledge
io me pui.nc, to sirive lor simi nignc excel
lence in the future.
A considerable demand hna recently arisen
in England lor Ht Nichols, bcnbnei'i New
Magi. sine fur Hoys and (Jills, i be publisher
deainnc to secure an edition of three thou,
and of Aral bou..d volune (whenonmpleled,)
wiin ms imprini.
Theeuccess in th country ol.Sl. Nhhla
has been even more remarkable than that ol
-cr'bner a M,-,nthlv. Il is pronounced to I
"as ideally perfect mngaeine for children,' snd.wa is
inecaee wiiii all trie ne iiienture lor cnil
Iren. it has been f nnd to possess surpassing
interei-t lor grown-up renters, as well.
I he influence of the periodicals of the day
can scaic. Iy be estimated, especially upon
ihe rising generation, parents and teachers
on not sttord to he indifferent to this influ
ence, or careless in relation to Ihe character
ot ihe lileralur furnished to the childien
outside of their la-hoid lessons. In rt Nich
n aa net onlv are history', natural i.hilosonhv
literature, hna ana. and manufactures pre
seuterl in an aetraefve way to young readeis,
nut ine rniriren sre snmuiaied io seek in or
msiton foi themselvfs a
The publishers will send to snr address
spw imen number of t. Nlchnias, po-lsge
prepaid on recemt often cents, ihe bare cost
of paper and priming. The magaainea are
sold by all flrl class boo. sell. ts and news
dealers, everywhere.
CRl BNEK'S MOM ALT, It a year; SSo.n no
8lMJHtLA8, - - - a lion.
SCEIEHEE & CO.,654 Broadw'y.K.Y
Trees! Flowers! . Bulbs!
HEDGE PLANTS !
ITurserT Stock! Pinit&Flower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
BLOOM I NOTCH KUIL-EEY,
ILLINOIS.
(00 seres;
Apple, 1,000 1
Kd year; is greenhouses.
yr., 26i t J. Sa6; ay. t4o;4y t
4 catalogues, 20 cenla.
injuria
$72.00 EACH WEEK. .
A genu wanted everywhere. Business strict
Iy legitimate.
t-ariicuiara ires. Aidrees J
WOK rU,8tl.ouia, Mo
. Ueeptlr ,
Faumeks sh mid not fail H el
amine the patent farm gate for
which lieorge W. Bruntop,, Mc-.
Arthur, is the agent io thw anti
Jackson county. It 'is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm,' costing fifty per cent.
less than be old fashioned gate;
and is more durable, for it, can
not sag, Btmit .iV'l,S jou
,
La Craajte.d a lewd.4oi C ! nee, 60i
IM.UISU," a lha res, rt-er lie, i y ;
nunei Tl rtreair nt iay, hevne, Dy I
Ardm; La HsIl.rtA, Polka hv Licbperj . I
Httn Ut Swallows Uanwaard Ktvs by
Oesien; Kau eglerias, Csprica by Kgg
herd. i,if.-e a-r W.
La('reisics if mm, m Qa, W ,
i nnisiiis i e loit ug niu.ic; . oua.
Msnaiaia ?tret, t .(.rs-e, bv S. Paiii.i)
Count on si.Oslop, hy Jacbbv; Ursa-,
oaa, Komauce, by Tkalberg; Kaociag i j
Leaves, lnt., by Mallei May Breezes,
lm-t.hvlj.nile nteees air ' 400.
Lat'resseH I I O S afd la
raa.., U O I I -.
oniein- il.e following n unc: 40o.
Chant do, Hivoue, . 1 rznserlptluB, by .i
Ketterarf Thin Own, Hnludie, by
Ijiuga. A lai'sa- ftr . ooe.
mailed;:: S O
nli ins the inllowiug inura-, price, wo.
Two songs by ilas, two by lMnks, aoa ,
hv Maiwood. a Sscted Qua lella by
Tnorass, a Koiirhaml piaca aQ iick
siep, an easv March, and a beautiful
F.ntasie. bv Kins el. I'I ofece. for Soa.
Maathiy, POSTPAID Na. SI.
contains tha following miislc, price. Sue.
Two new songs by II a v., one by P rait,
one by Hevrart, a trio tor female voleea,
by AM; a barred Quartette by I'anka,
two Polk aa, a pretty Wal'i, and a Match.
11 pieces fur : 1 30u.
On EECEIPTof.theMAEKED PEICE
Address J I.. P FTKHS, P. O. Box. 6.
6: Hrnailwsy.New York, opooaita Metrop.
ollitan Hotel. . . -.
TcaSilTcas!!
. aaaaasaaaa) "
ESTABLISHED 1840.
THE ORIGINAL
AMERICAN TEA-CO,
JVO. 43, VESEY SIB EJ, '
P. p. hx, 1287, , ' New York
. KUBEBT WELLS. President.
. PEIDE LIST OF TEAS,
ooi oo,
Black. 4a 00. 00, best 70 cts. . . per lb
. MIXRD.
Green anil Bluck, 40. CO. CO, best 70c 1 8
JAPAN.
Uncoloretl. 00, 70.80. 00. best $1.00.
IMPKHIA.L.
Green. 60. 70. 80. 00. beat $1.10 per lb.
YOli'G HYSON
Green, 50. GO, 70. 80. 90. 1.00 best $1X5
GUNPOWDER
Green. $110 bent $130 per lb.
biiLrlisli Hrnltfnst
Black. 00. 70, 80, 00, bent $1.00. pt-r lb
N. H.-We have ft snerialiti of Harden
Growth YOUNG HYS'tN snd IM PKK IAL, al
l ttt, snd tllll.tiNi., Kxtra choice, f I. (Kt. .
Our Tens' nie put ui in one pound nacki.
ages, with the kind an I nrtce printed on eai-h
AUEXTV WANTED to get up.liil.s to
sell our lea. to families, hntels, boanliug
houses and others. In writing lor terms or
sendu g nrdeia, be perliculsr lo add i ess Ihe
Presioent of lha t'ompiny, finis:
KlIllrJH I WEi -.
No.43 Veseynt., New York
We are compelled io request his, m other
parties have iinilnied out him nsme.
B. T. BABBITT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,
Of douMe (he streigfh of any other
SArOIMFTIXG SUBSTA.VCK.
I have recent Iv perfected a new method of
king my Pnissh or l.ve.si d am now pack
ng it only in balN, the coating ol sdu.-h mil
saixiiillv, and lines nl liijins the soup. It l-
inckid in isixea unniaimng z ami is one o
,,Mh. aiwl in no nlber unv. InrtH-tlnna III
-nKl'sli ami Crimen To ilmkmg tinril and
sou soup with this potash secomnanv eac
pacKsg- n. t. n HiiiTT,
ui io Bi iv nsuiugion si., rv. l .
2nnpris74
STATil OP OHIO,
Insuirance Department
CoausBUs, February 19th, 1874.
VTTIIEnF.AS Ihe New Englind Miilii.il Life
it Insurance ('oiiipsny locnied n't hnsion.in
.n smte ot lunsmchtisett., has tiled in tins
oil ewmn sl.lein.nl by the proper offi
cers thereof, showing its condition and busi
ness and lias con plied in all niher respects
with the Isws ol this Mate, relsti.ig to Lite In
surance Tom panics, organised bv act of Cou
greas, or bv nr under the laws of so other
-tnie ol ihe United Mates. ,
Now, iherelore, In pursuance ol taw, 1,
Will.um P. Miun h. supemitenuent o Insur
nc ol the tsieie tf Ohio, do Lerehy cennv
that sHid f'ompHiiv s auihorizen to liansact
lis anpropriute buines of lite insurnn.-e in
missive in aenrunnen wun law, on ring ini
current year. The condition and nn.iuesa nl
.Hia cpmpiiny si tne dale ol sm n stniement
t eceii.tjer:ilst, 1S7J.) s shown sa loiiowa:
Aggregate amoiiul of adn.itied as
sei, including ihe sum ol $i99.
Hit :i& m ureuiiuin notes and
loans held hv the company on
policies in force, 12,070,119 81
Aggregnteiinmimlnr liabilities. In
cluding til lul.filt) on for re in
surance reserve 11,328,719 IB
Amount of in ome for the pieced
ing y ar in o ish 2,181,873 92
Amount nr premium no e or in
come for the preiteding year 800,213 tj2
Amoiini ol expemiuuret lor the
pieceding yenr in cash, l,0O7,0ii7 88
Amount oi premiuai noieexpen
diturea for the preceding vear.. :IS7 810 16
(L. ".) In witness whereof, I have hereon
to riihscrib. d mv name, and caused the seal
of my office to be affixed the nay nnd year
a oove written. w.vi. i;ti uk:ii.
(superintendent.
joss t. Kipxs, agent at mc Arthur, u.
TEA.
AO 1 N IS WANTED
TEA AftENT. wanted in lawn and countrv tn
sell TEN.nr get up club orders, for ilielar-
gen Tea (Jomoaiiy in America, importers'
prices and Inuucemeula lo agents, send for
circular. Address, H11KKHI WELL-1. 41
Vesevsit., N. Y P. tl Box I2s7
TAst'arMaa t'sios, Hemv Ward Beecher
Editor, nl U:t 2-itii last, save; "Hartiia wish.
ug lo get ur clubs, and sil who can get or-
iters for lea, should write hi 111 fo. a circular "
The Ant York Weeklt Tribune otHei,' Sd.says:
"All 'i.rsnge.' should write Kubl. Wells lor
rircul -r "
'..'., of Wept. 20., saje; "Robt. Wells it
inorougniy reiisiiie," jiipr
Cottage Color Paints,
S 1 .00 ta 1.60 Per Halloa.
I : ' 1 " 1 ' ' ' '
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
tJ.ouaB ta On, -
- - (Oo per gsL
LIQUID SLATE BGOF PAINT
Fiaa Piooa -' - -' - - - 11.25 per gal.
PATENT PETROLEUM LINSEED OIL,
Works in all Painta as Boiled Lln.eed, only
40 j. par gal. ; , (i ,
machinery' OILS, i
E.Q. KELXriU PATENT SPE"M OIL.Il.oe
ENOI..ROIL, 76
FILTERS,!! ROCK LUBRICATING OIL,
Send for cards of anion snd circulars.
NEW YORK CITY. OIL CO.,
I . ' ' ' BoleAgeota,
t ' -i ih MAIDEN LINK, NEW YURKV
,1 t3aprl874
.- i . '. 'Hii)- y,"! " -VI $
4-
JOB WOBrE1
. ., -j-': ! 'i! . O '
Dtrne ?featlj and Prorahtls;
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If Yoc
Want a situation,
AV ant servant eirl,
Wnt to wll a piHrto,
Wmit to sell A CHriinjre,
. Wanttobtiyorxellitfitrtn.
Want a btmnliny; plttre, ..
Want to eell town property,
Want to sell if rocerles or drugs.
Want to sell liotiseliolil ftirnlture, .
Want to sell dry jfootl or carpets.
Want to Hud cimtomura for anything.
APVEUTISE.
Advertlhlnjc will Kln new ciistomerst,
AilVertMiij? will keep old customers,
Advertlsliijr liberally always pays,
Advertising mnkea success easy,. .
Advertising bejfeU confidence,
Atlvertisliio; shows energy,
Arlvei Using chows pim K,
Advertising raeana'biz,'
Aflverlise or "bust,"
Advertise .long,
, Ailvenise w e I : . .
A rl e r t i i o
Every merchant, vianufaclurer
or bu$ines man who hat leeome
prominently rich, hat made his
f I 1 J l.'J
Tonune oy juaicwiia aaveriwuty
.Vo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as' a last
resort, td get his stuck turned into
mohey so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for htm in adversity, h
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, ana thus gained his co
ussal fortune.
Some merchants stir it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
iiilveriiseinents; vet every merchant in
this county will read tins; advertise
ment, nnd if lie is wise he will protii
V its Btiigesiion, il ho lias anythni! t
O'er w rtli advertising; How much
mi ro then will those rend them who
are not so largely supplied w th ren'l-
inn matter, lire at leisure mi the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the in st in purtnni
item i f which in where they can fin 1
just what they wunt when they come to
town to in like their purchases. If yum
stock is so old, rusty, dusiy and out ol
style that it is worthless, nr if it if run
iluwn so Hint you have nothing leit linn
people would ' w nt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise, liut il it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
tunes, and such ns the people wunt.
don t hiuo them, hut publish to the
world tlmt you have tliem. at.d wunf
to sell thorn ut a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle tiny dues duty heyond that day
and its effect continues in a,tentcr
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's nmne n per
tnanent matter, a piece of real proper
ty litiiltup in tli9 mind of men nnti
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a d"2 or a child,
or if you desire people not tn trust
your wile, ynu rusu to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement Hut you will plod
along in husitiess year alter year, with
out calculating how much you ire los
ing by not advertising it Etporler
If those persons who profess to b"
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by tb public wish to he
convinced nl their error, just let the in
tive publicity to sumo matter thai
would not care to divulge to the world
even in the most nhscure corner of h
country pnper, and sen what notoriety
thev would soon attain. Advcr titer'
Gazette
Advkbtisino is apt to give na that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells ns
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon aa the hay was in
Perhaps it would he a good plan for
Madame to nark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
last plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize (he world!
Ex.
Why dn people read advertisements?
To see who ia enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find nut who has
them. To know if any tine is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. Fur amusement
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read nil the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and 'accidents.
Hecause they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio Stale Journal.
i
Thb power of priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence hat a wonderful advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This it one of the many reason which
gives n importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend a well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convinoe, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yetevtn thet fade away ins
to nntbingnest if not caught in their
tiehtand printed But there it tome
LHJa tn the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed mstteri which gives it a
marvelous force and jinfluemce , Bos
ness men should ' never permit them
selves to loose tight ef what mat be
accomplished Jiy a persevering use of
tne priming presses, iearn id .uvtn
tie, and thee the "how. whet and
where" ot it, and you 7. will Late
i f . " T j 1
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,FdE;' - ; s";A..iE..
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ITMitl I hTC A Kin I ANTiQ
I villi few w ni'u f v
1 In Zaleski. .".
TBS Ealeaki Company, with a flaw talk
development of tbe local ialareateof a!ea
ki, lo sauura iia permaaaat piesparity, aad la
add lo i la papulation ana wealth, era asw
oaVnng to aeuial .eulei a, town lots' and fern
atada al low pheaa. and oa liberal tarma.
Persons desiring lo examine lha praperlf
and lo buy cheap hooaea will plv at lha
Comixny'a otBcea to
. - K THOMPSON, Miaager.
SaJaskl, Ohio, May I, 171. -.
LA D E
9
BOT ONLY TBI OSKUIRfe
GOODRICH TUCK MARKER,
Which i adapted M -
All Sewing Machines,
NOTIOR narlleolsrly the star p af fl.C.
OOOIiRICU, Chicago. Ills , with A, a palaal
stampi. II. . .OOURlMl.
Office and tale.room 106 btsla ak. hs sge,
Ills. IftatigU
If 7dU an Suffering from any
CHRONIC DISEASE,
Broken Down Constltntloiv
Or reonlra a Heraadr to
Purity aud Enrich the Dfootl.
You will find Dr. Crook "M'aMs pan aid ly s
liual'fokKui( to pnrmt gremttr ss rw
it, cure you more zpoedlly, and do jro.
hiore gnod than anv and ell other rem,
dlea combined. That Pal. Yellaw,
H rkly.lMljli!a;kli. Is changed 10 on
of tresUuesn m d lienllh, Tlioae I-lw
of the NHIu, Piranlea, Pnaiailaa,
lllotchra and Ernpitona are removed.
Heroruln, Nrrolalana Ulaeaaoa ol tha
Kyea, Whl.a Nwelliugs, I leer. 4I4
Ivorea or any kind of Hnmor rapidly
dwindle nnd dlaiippenr under lislnfluenc.
V lint la lit Ills natura'a own roatorerl
A Kulnb a oxyd of liLn combined with tha
metllulnal pnipei tfeaof Poke Uooidlvale4
ot all dlsnnrcei.ble qualities. 11 will cure
any iUea whose leal or direct causa Id
lliul Ulooil. Hlieiaiailam, ralna
l.iiuba ir Hone. 4 'oiialltnUoaa brwkesi
dow.i by Mercurial or other polaona, ara
all cured by iu For Hyphllla. or styaliBi
line iHini.iiierHisnoiiiing cmai 10 u. Jm
trlul will prove It. bold by . 1
UEOBdB W. eifSSON, MeArtkar, Ohla
TUB.. SUN.-
WEEKLY, SgMi-WKEKLT AMD WAILT.
THE WF.EVLY vs nn "Idely kaoaa
lo re-imre any extended reonmmeodat'ea;
but Ihe reasons which bsve slu.oy give II
any thousand subscriber., and whleh wilt,
e hpe, give it mar.y thousand, mere, ara
hiiefh'KS follows t
It I- ft nrt-rste n- w.paper. an ineeew.sv
Ihe dav will he found in il. eondsbsait wk.a .
animporlani.st full length ih.i.f iMmiil. ,
nnn a' ways preenien in s clear, lalalligikle, ,
and inlei'esting manner.
It la a nri-rute lamilv naner. full or ester
tain'ng and instruct ve reading of every tied,
but coninining nothing that can all. id Ita
1110.1 m Heal ana .erupiiious ts.ie.
II Is a hrsi-rate story psper. -i 11a oesnsiae
ml romances of current literature are .r
fully selected and eg'My printed ir i f'f.
It is a nr-l-rate ..ricunurii paper. iaa
most tre.h snd inslrucliv. article, an .gri- ,
ulmr I topics regularly appear ta ikit aa
imrlmeiit.
It iawin Independent nolltieal paper, being-
ing to no parly snd wei.nrg no cellar II flf has
for principle snd Ibe eleeiii n of the best niaa
in titles 11 espeVinlly devotes ill energies ta
'he exposure of Ihe g est corruptions thai
now weaken and dlegiace mil country, sad
ihrmlen 10 undermine republican instilutioai
nitogeiher. It hnl nolear ot knave., aad a.kt
110 favors of their sU'ipn iters.
It reports ha fashions for theledie. aad tha
mirkets for the men. especiallv lb eatlle
markets, to which .1 pays parliculai allenliea
KiiiiiIIv, it is the cheapest psp.r publi.h.d
Une doliar a year will .1 cere 11 for anv " ..
-ci I her. Il is not nece.ssrv in gainpaaliik
n order to have THE W fcEKLt M1N al hit '
rate. Anv one who sends n tingle dellar wilt
get the paper for t yenr
THE WEEKLY al'Tf.-Eight est.,
filly six column-. .il) ( a jsar. Kaail-
-ouct- 'roni lip- rule.
TIIK KOII-WKEKLY Bl7Bf.-'e
-He H. the Hadv Hun. I. OOi J""- A die
oii 1 ofeOnei oenl. lo ,lul. of 10 or aver,
THE 1.41I, 81S.-A large lour.aa
iievi.paprr of tweui einhi soli mas. lady
ireii.Hlinn over 130,000. d Ihe asw. far
2 cents, rluliacrii tioii pi ice SO cent, a monk,
or SO a year- 'i o clubs ol 10 r aver, dia '
.-oiint 1 f 20 car eni .
Addreaa "THE HIS," New Terk flty.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION t
ltvIarriag;f.r'o:;'r,cr.v:.''j
ta m w nr7 n tk ayt. Uiett
C -aT 1 rl O- wystrirtt.ijdrf?tjUlljin
w" lltkaavtiiisilvyswsjs, ltk lb
laUst dlseavtrUi In prodMfni o4 irfUaif lisrlf&
k r 10 prtatrvt lb eouvlraioi, As.
Thlsi am tu Israeli nf wrk f tw htiRtlrotl tj wttf
ffv?a. wlib umrut Df rsla, tu4 -aislti Tsliikki
u formation fr ibM who rs narrit,srbltaaplaitBs-
rlsf. 81III Iilat, kook ikstougbi ibo kitaawtoBi
tad key. and lot laid earwltssly about ibo hoaao
ll futittans tha airasrionc aad advka ora hvsMsai
Vhtisortpuiatloala wwrld-olrls, and skoakd o la Ik rt
Tai drawer or every aialti and femaUthreugkotmkasatlr
(loho. ntmbracestvsrvtblDR oa ibtsabitslof tk ta
ratirosratrai that U worth kaowia.atM bttsah thai ift
ot iubiiahed la any athor work.
Bent Many ant (frto of posttfo) for Fifty Ctata.
Addrou Dr. ttaiu' itapBsar;,Ko. la IlgktffkrH
Bl. Louts, J.a.
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Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Wror .r.l,1ng I. Ih. mmeete wll. sSwrtlM la
Rnlill. .ira,.r uiluf .n, .use. rvnvdki pr..t Dr.
u.' wrk so n.iisr sk.l j..r dlHM. .r 1. 4pH4V
.lil.r.ur Mudidi.0.
Or. I.tu mo.I . so..). k..M .f lw..l,'Nvea '
noon; I .indorird .7 ioBi..r Ibe VM4l..lfbr.M ueM
.al'roft.Mr.oribl.cuiilry .Bd R.r-n.. ..d... ......
fulud iM.rMU.ll, .r by si. if, en lh.dliv.Mi nnll.vd la
II. rki. unit, md ixrl.n, he. II N. glfklk rM
lilsit. gsrk.t.sd Cb.iD.I, St, L..U, II.. A
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis McArthur
& Coumbus Ralroad Co.
VI. I, parlies having subscribed tothe aap
iUI stock of tha 0.. IVtcA. a C. R. R. ara
hereby requi.ed to make payment to the Sec
retary of I he, Compsny, st his office on tha) '
Public 8inre, in (jiillfi oll.Ohio. 01 if mora -'
convenient, lo Maniel Will. President of tha
Viulon t'onnty Hank, at McArlhnr, t'hlo, c. ,
nn installment 01 Ave dollars on each share
o subscribed, within tea days of this date.
Augu.tlo. 1871.
- WM.VHOBKR.See'y
O McA.AC. R. R.Co.
dee I 1S71.
a
SCALI F IS
FA ITiTTaKK'M
OTOCK and Ore Scales aa good as new, fo
kjsala at
very low price t'sll on
novll
H 0. JDNEB itoney.
JOBWOEK
EXECUTED
NEATLY St. PROMPTLY
. AT-
THIS OFFICE"
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