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WHAT IS WEALTH?
Wealth isaoRsething mor tbmn gold,
Mort than luxury and ease;
Treasures neTr to be told
'- Msj b foani apart from these.
. Slen wlia great possessions own
May be needy none tbe less :
Ibey rt rich, and liiey alone,
W ho hare stcres of nobleness.
-Palaces re drery domes; .
Fair demesnes, but deserts wild;
If thr bo not hippy homes,
-fcentit thoughts, and manners mild.
,Trtjat me, though his lot be small,
" t" And he roake hut slight pretense,
, He who lives at peace with all
l , Dwells ia true magnificence.
If you'd prove of oble birth,
O beware of judgements rash;
(8eTn to measure human worth
- By tbe sordid rule of cash.
Gold and silver may depart,
I'roudeat dynasties may fall;
r Mt tnke hat tin truut htart
, It tht richtil of jut all.
Wit and Humor.
Experience as an Editor.
In ths OHnra ef 13 my friend. Ihc editor
f the Baldinsrille Bugle, was obliged to leave
porfeebanal dootiesand go and dig bis taters,
and aied mo to edit fur him during his ab
sents. Accordingly, I ground up my shers
and commenced. It didn't take me a grate
while to slash oat copy enuff fur one issoo,
and I thawt I would ride np to the town on a
little jant, to rest my brane which had been
ewereiy rakt by mentol efforts. (This is
sorter ironical.) So I weDt over to the Rnle
Bode Orfis and asked the Sooperintendent for
You are an editor?" he axed evidently on
"i'es Sur," I. "don't I look poorenuff."
"Just about," said he, "but our road can't
Can't hay V
"Ko, sir, it en't."
("Ikcox," ses I, looking him in the face with
k Egl eye, "it goes so darned slow it can't
Jars anybody." Methawt I had him thar.
is the slowest Rale Rode in tbs West. With
mortified air he told me ter git out of his
orfis. I pitlied him and went. A. Wakd.
The Kitchen of Heaven.
The aegToes of Iticlimond say that Bishop
Moore, of Virginia, in addressing them on
on occasion, said : "Now ye servants, keep
roar kitchen clean, make, good,- light bread,
eason and cook your meats to" the tastes of
your master, and perhaps you may by anil by
be admitted into the kitchen of Heaven."
This is a fair specimen of slaveholding Chris
tianity, and unhappily of a good deal of re
ligious belief that is not coufined to slave
late. ' .
' lfcc3-n old Dutch tavern-keeper had his
third wife, and being asked his views of
matrimony, replied, "Veil, den, you see, de
first time I marries for love dat was goot;
den I marries for beauty lat wash goot too,
abont aj good as the first ; but dis time I mar
ries for mouisa at.d dis is pelter as poth."
The "Western widows are ealling indig
nation meetings with referenco to the ad
Tent of Massachusetts girls. The male
persuasion is too scarce for the homo mar
ket. . The ladies aro going io for chJs. Poct
dears ; how litilo they think how they are
"putting their little toesies into it" by try
ing to place themselves on a club -Luting.
,;vEbePMer Adams, t!ie celebrated Qua
ker, on vUitiug a lady of rank, whnm he
found, six months after ti e death of her
husband, sitting on a sofa covered with
black cloth, and in all the dignity of woo,
arpproaehed her with great solemuity, and
gently t-king her by the hand, thus ac
costed: "S, friend,. I see that thou hast
Bet yet furgiven God Almighty." This
seasonable reproof had such an effect up
on tbe person to whom it was addressed,
that she immediately laid aside her trap
pings of grief, and went about her neces
sary business and avooatiuns.
Nothing teaches patience like a garden.
You may go around and watch the open
ing bud from day to day, but it takes its
own tima, and you canot urge it on any
faster than it will. If forced, it is only
lorn to pieces. All the best results of a
garden, like those of life, are tlowly but
In tho waVca of life, man breaks and
trinities as the statf flickers in the wa'er,
but the ssent.mr bung standi neverthe
less firm as a staff.
A war widow, in Lawrenceville, Tioga
Co., Pennsylvania, advertises to lay a wa
ger, with any responsible person, that she
can walk one hundred miles without food,
Test or drink. One. fourth of tbe pr ceeds
it to be given to the Sanitary Com miss
A friend of mine has a wife who in
flicts upon him every season two or three
immense evening panics. At one of
these parlies he was leaning against the
ehiinnev-nieee. when a gentleman, com
ing up to nim, said, " Sir, as neither of
ns are acquainted tie re i iiiiD.it we naa
better go home."
.'''Gov.- Tod Rtkikes Ile." The
Youngstown (0 ) Register, chrouicles the
following piece of luck which has fallen to
an ex-omVial : .
"The drillers at Gov. Tod's well at Briar
XI ill, struck, on Thursday las', another
fine vein of oil, which flowed for several
hours. Considerable oil was obta;ned
before the flow was exhsmstel. The drill
had proably entered a "p cket" or oil
crevice, independent of tbe regular oil
bearing rock. At this well the first and
second sand rocks have already been pas
sing through, and the contractor, Mr.
Geo. Spray, thinks the third sand rock
will soon bo reached.
u-JXow, that the Ex Governor is in luck
in "striking ile," we presume he will
make a strike in another vein before long.
Pant. John H. Bell, a Baltimore Pres
byterian, has been made Admiral in Chief
of the Tnrkiso Wavy, ana auowea to re
tain his religion.
Advice to Young Artisans.
The bfst plan and the one sorest of
success, I think is to have every young
man, when he starts in buibe-s, select
that trade which best suits natural genius.
Now phrenologists tell as, and indeed we
knew it ourselves, that there is 3 great a
difference in the formation of the brain
as in that of the fjc. V'e are each cre
ated f't some i.-e and diff rent purple.
Some b 'V3 are natural mechanics, while
others hive not the slightest ilea of ma
chinery, and have no taste for it. For
my part I never had the tlightest curioii
ty to know anything about machines. I
e-vild not state, to-uay, the principles on
which the steam engine works tor a hun
dred dollars. You may take such a b y
as I wa, and set him to wa'ch-makiog,
and after seven years he might be able to
take ppart and put together a watch, but
it wu!d be contrary t Li inclination, and
up hill work all his life. But if be fekc:s
tne vocation be is fined fur, it is a pleisi
ure, and there is noihitig to prevent him
from fucceeding in business and making
money, it is uitncuit to go aero tue
giain. You will find from the pulpit to
(he anvil many people who have n iatiken
their avocation. Git them on the right
track, and they w.ll Miccetd. Sometimes
rer-ous will get fairly on the right trick
at.d yet mt succeed, b cause they
are placed in too circum-scribed a p-siti )n
in some village or town where they cannot
get full play for their faculties. A man
in thic ca.-e should get away out where he
will not le so circumscribed P. T.
The Sweet Small Courtesies.
I want to tell you a secret. The way
to make yourself pleasant t- others is to
show them attention The whole world
is like the miller at MansfiU, who card
for nobody no, nut he, because nobody
car-d for Litn. And the whole world
would serve ynu so, if you give them the
same caus. Let ev( ry one, ther.-t re, tee
that you do c ire for them, by showing
them the stunll eourtvsie, in which tbrre
is ni purade, whose voice is still to please,
and wliich manifest tbetuhclves by te der
and hflection-ite looki, and little acts of
attention, giving others the prefetence iu
every little enjoyment at the table, in the
fiel t, walking, sitting, or standing. Win.
At a StateOnvetition he'd in Co'umbus
on the 23d of January, 18G1, whi e James
Buchanan was Pre.-iJent, and the rcb 1
lion was being inaugurated, the Democrats
of Ohio sent gretting to their Southern
brethren as follows:
"Resolved, That the two hundred and
fifty thousand Democrats of Ohn en-l to
the e p'c of the United States, br.th North
and South, the;r, preeting ; and when the
people of the North shill have fulfilled
their duties to the Constitution and the
South, then, and not till tbe, it will be
proper for them to tiKeinto consideration
the question of the propriety of coercion."
The history rf that Convention is worth
hunting up. It may be suggestive iu the
coming campaign in Ohio, as a preliminary
to that otlifr Convention which resolved
about "four years" of failure.'- 0. S.
Ilow commonplace is this exprersion,
and yet what volutnns it may speak for
a.l future tim': ! We never lis'en to its
passing, that this thought does not force
itself upon us, be the tone in which it is
uttered never to gay. The lapse of a few
fatal hours or minutes may surround and
hedgj it with hi.nor, th it of all the mil
lion words which a life time h is recorded,
these two little words alone glia l seem to
be rcmembeied. Good night! the little
child has ltspr d as it pas-ed to a brighter
morn than ours ; the lover with his gay
dream of nuptial morrow; the wife and
mother, all tlie fragile threads of house-,
hold cares stiil in hi r fingers ; the ' father
with appealing eye if childhood all un.iu
bwercd. Good night! that seal upou days
past and days to come what hand so rash
as to rend aside the veil that Lidss its to
morrow I Selected.
Mr. Lincoln and Booth.
Mr. Lincoln saw Booth play more than
once and particularly admired him. He once
applauded him rapturously, and with all that
gonial heartiness for which he was distin
guished. Booth when told of the President's
delight said he would rather have applause
from a nejrro. The President h:id never spo
ken with Booth, but wished to make his ac
quaintance, and said so. Booth evaded the
A North Carolina correspondent siys :
"Tbe unpre'ending wayside cottige,
owned and ocrupL-d by Mr. Bennet,
wb'-re Sherman and Johnson met to ar
range the terms of surrender, is suffering
at the hands of relic gatherers. Tbe table
on which the memoranda were written has
been cut to fragments, and is in the hutid.s
of roldiers. The house is being carried
off by piece meal.
All women are good good for some
thing or good for nothing.
An able physiologist has written that
onB-Cfth of the human body is composed
of phosphorus. Punch remarks that this
most likely accounts for the number of
will not s.iy that there h romance
in history, even the restricted history of
tbe tamiiy circle.
Some years sgo a man already married
in a distant city, wooed, won, and espous
ed a young lady of Nashville. Not long
afterward the original wife hunted up her
tiuint lord and master, and he paid the
penalty of loving, not wisely, but too well,
by seriing a brief term in the penitentia
ry, deceiving executive clemency, here
turned to his fir.-t wife, but sometime after
she died. After a due lpse of time, he
again married his second wife, the one
whom cruel fate and prior claims robbed
of her liege, and they renewed their bliss
RAILROADS AND MARKETS.
Railroads Time Table.
Night Express 1.16 a II I
Columbus Accommodation. ..... S.'jAM
Mail and Accoirmwla'-ion 12.54 ii !
Cincinnati Express. ....... 4 ill r u I
Xisht Express 101 A
Cincinnati Express. : ... S.-3 a 31 !
Mail and Accommodation 12 04 pm i
Culiimbni Accommodation. ... 7.20pm i
FOR DAYTON & RICHMOND: j
Night Express. 7.15 am
Second Train S.I0 a M
Day Eipres 4.10 pm
FOR SPRINGFIELD: j
First Trnin ".30 A M
Second Train 7.-0 p M I
For Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. S.0 A. M., 3. p. u.,
and 6.40 P. M.
F-r Springfield and Sandusky, at S.40 A. M. and
8.10 p. m.
Trains Arrive at Dayton.
From Cincinnati, at K.aJ A. 5. p. M., 7.45 P. v.,
and 12.25 A. sf.
T nnlOOOlf QTIfi r? I" 1 1 ' i
vnuiw&ue auu xvwiyaii. j
If you want to make a good investment of - "ur
G:33a'Da3'ii aul Criitry Prod
vv. h, imson's,
Opposite tie Esring House, Xeaia, Ohio.
If you want
GO TO IViLSOII'S.
If yon want
NICE FIS Hrl ,
SO TO WILSON'S.
If yon want the BEST BRANDS ef
Tobacco & Cigars;
GO TO VlLSOfi'S.
If you want
COAL OIL LAMPS
or any thing else in the Grocery line,
Is the place to get it. Call and lee for yours e!-o
THIS IS A RICH AND
Or THE SOST
HEALING, SOFTENING, AND EXPECT0HATIN3
IT 11 A SA7K AKD FLLAJAXT MEDIC"!fB TOE
SXFAXTS ASD TOUSO CHILDBEX
IT IB A CERTAIN EFMEDT TOE
XT IS TOE BEST AND CHEAFEST BEMEDT VOa
NIGHT SWEATS, Sl
Bleeding trora the Lungs.
5a :EiTS PEll BOTTLE.
For Sale by ail Druggists, aiid manuilictured only
By DB. STRICKLAND,
1. i.ir :
J. B. Murphy, Klin Streot,
Fleming & Bro., Dstroit Street.
Out of Prison.
Down in Tennessee.
bryant's thirty poems.
FOR SALE BY
Newton, Harris & Co.
THE ADVERTISER hsvinj been restored to
bcalih in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, nfter having Buffered several years with a se
vere Ing affection, and that dread disease. Con
sumption, U anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers the means of CHre.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used ffree of charge, with the direc
tions for preparing nnd uslriff the name, which they
Will find ASL'RB CIJUB FOR CoNSl'MPTIGM, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, tc. The only ohject of the adver-tixt-r
in sending the Prescription is to bent tit the
aftlicted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing
and may prove a blessing.
Parlies wishing the prescription will please ad
dress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williams
burg, Ki"gg Countv, A'ew York.
is the place to buy
Goofl Cook Stores and Tin Ware
Every thing sold warranted to give satisfaction.
Call and Pay Up.
All pemons Indebted to John Fleming A Co., !
will confer a Ittvor or settling up on sihL 5onie
account? huve been sUndtng too long already, and
wcrd to tbe wise isiufficif nt.
joHir rtzsirsra :'
AT A BARGAIN!
NE of the best Farms in Greene county, con
350 ACRES OP CHOICE LAND
tituated 2 1-2 miles south-west of Jamestown, on a
direct State road from Xcnia, 9 miles east. It is
well watered by a branch of Csarsereek running
thrrtogh it, and also spring? and welts. Abont two
hundred acres are nnder cultivation, tbe balance
one two-story Brick, two Orchards, a large frame
liarn, ic. All will be sold together, or in two parts
to suit purchasers. It will divide well into two
Farms. Come and see. Fur terms or details, ap
ply oo the premises, oi write to
JIar-tf. E. XEAT., Jamestown, 0.
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no U I ... J - - . ; A . ... I. 1 IT
iemlturat. Literary and Family Xewpavtr in
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1 ear and V olume, on the 2d of January, 18G4.
Tbe new volume will at least equal either of
iu predecessors in Contents, Style and Ap
pearance, for we have resolved to spare no
effort or expense to enhance the reputation
and standing of the paper as the
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Architecture, Kural Economy,
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With various minor Departments, and numer
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try, Enigmas, etc., etc., rendering the whole
paper instructive and entertaining to the va
rious members of the Family Circle.
In addition to the above variety, the Rural
for 18G4 will comprise a New and Important
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Conducted by Honorable IIEXRY S. RAN
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Bnepherd," etc., who is conceded to be far the
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P. BARRY, Esq., author of " The Fruit
Garden," nnd formerly editor of The Horti
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)R4 enrichingits Horticultural Department
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WAR NEWS, MARKETS, ETC.,
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with new typo, good white puper, and many
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nnc as now Double Quarto with an in
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BACK PAY DUE OFFICERS AND
OFFICERS A A7 SOLDIERS r AY AC
COUNTS MADE UP.
Fay Bolls Adjusted and Negotiated.
Special attention givvn to claims for
LOSS OF HORSES,
TRA.XSI ORTA TIOS,
RENT OF QUARTER M ASTERS,
And similar claims attended to. Application made
for Pensions. Pensioners whose claim are due at
the Pension Agency in Columbus, 0., or else where,
can huve the same collected at once, by sending
thfir certificates ton?.
Persons having Bounty and Back Pay certifi
cates, cun have the same collected at reasonable
rates. Pay for the wives the mothers (.vhen "id
own) and the children of pri?ouera of war now in
tbe South, promptly collected.
Application by mail attended to as if made in
person. charge made until tba claim is adjust
ed. To Wounded Soldiers.
All foliliers who have been discharged by r?nson
of wounds received in any battle, auJ who h:ive
not received the $100 bounty, can receive the same
AT oxce by applying to us, either iu person or by
Quartcrmatter, Committor; and Ordinance Ac
JSsT" Liber&l inducements made to Ajrent".
Late Colonel 74th 0. V. I.
J. II. It I N li II A KT,
Late of the Pay Department.
A Watch for Five Dollars. THE ME
CHANIC la ail elegant Wntch, in henvy sil
vr plutwl double cases, fine white ennmellcd
dial, ipade hands, curved bnlunce bridge, etc.,
a serviceable article, in running order, and
warranted a correct timepiece. Single Watch
sent by mail, in elegant case, at the wholesale
price five dollars, with ten red stamps.
Letters should be carefully sealed and plain
ly directed. No discount to tho trade.
Watches sent, by express whon desired; but
the mony should accompany all ordem. Ad
dress HUIAM L. WII1TAM, New York City.
E. & H. ANTHONY, & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Ma
terials, WHOLIS ILK AND RETAIL.
In addition to our main business of PHO
TOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are Head
quarters for the following, viz:
Stereoscoocs and Stereoscopic
Of these we have an immense assortment, in
cluding War Scenes, American and Foreign
Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, Sc.,
&c. Also, Revolving Stereoscopes, for public
or private exhibition. Our Catalogue will be
sent to any address on receipt of Stamp.
We were the first to introduce these into
the United States, and we manufacture im
mense quantities in great variety, ranging
in price from 50 cents to $o0 each. Our AL
BUMS have the reputation of being superior
in beauty and durability to any others. They
will be sent by mail, Fb.ee, on receipt of price.
FIXE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER.
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five Thous"
and di&Vent subjects (to which additions are con
tinually being made) of Portraits of Eminent Amer
ican?, 4c, vii: about
100 Miijur Generals, 550 Statesmen,
-200 Brig.-Generals, 130 Divines,
375 Colonels. 125 Author!,
10 L-eut. Colonels, 40 Artiatj,
250 Other Officers, 125 Stage,
75 Savy Officers, 5U Prominent Women,
150 Pro -inetit Foreign Portraits.
3,mi0 Copies of Works of Art,
including reproductions of the most celebrated En
graving?. Paintings, Statues, te. Catalogues sent
on receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dozen Pic
tures from our Catalogue will be filled on the re
ceipt of $1 80, and sent by mail, Frkc.
Photographers and others ordering goods C. O.
D. will plea.ie remit twenty-five per cent of the
amount with their order.
K. i II. T. AN'THO.VT CO.,
Manufacturer.- of Photograpliio Materinls,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
tgbThe pricet and quality of our goodt can
not fail to tatity.
First Premium. 317, Broadway.
It was pronounced superior to all others at
the World's Fair, in London, 13G2. It took
the FIBST PREMIUM at the great Fair
of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New
York city, 18o3. where the judges were prac
tical mechanics, and appreciated COG
It took tiie FIRST PREMIUM at Tne
New York State Fair, I8o2 and 18fi3.
Vermont State Fair, 1863.
Pennsylvania State Fair, 1803.
Michigan State Fair, 1803.
Iowa State Fair, 1803.
Illinois State Fair, 1863.
AND AT COCNTY FAIRS WITHOUT NUMBER.
SELF-ADJUSTIXQ AXD ADJUSTA
ISLE IT SATES
Tims, Labor, Clothes and Money,
It is easily and firmly secured to the tub
or washing machine, and will fit tubs of any
size or shape.
It is SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION",
and does not easily get out of repair It is
not only a
But the cog-wheels give it a power which
renders it a
MOST EXCELLEXT WASHER,
Pressing and separating as it docs the dirt
with the water, from the clothes.
ANY WASHERWOMAN CAN USE IT.
A Child Ten Tears Old can Work It.
It will save its cost every six months in
TIIE SAVING OF CLOTHES.
We have seven sizes, from S-5,00 to S30.
The ordinary family sizes are No. 1, 510, and
No. 2, $7. These have
C O G-"W HI S ELS,
and are Warranted in every particular.
This means, especially, that after a few
months' use, the lower roll
WILL NOT TWIST ON TIIE SHAFT,
And tear the clothing, as is the case with our
ro. 3 and other VV ringers without Log-whcels.
In our monthly sales of over 5,000, only
from one to two dozen are without Cogs. In
our retail sales we have not sold one in near
ly t-vo years! This shows which style is ap
preciated b7 the public. This is the only
Wringer with the
PATENT COG WHEEL IlEGrLATOK,
And though other wringer makers are licens
ed to use our rubber rolls, yet none are ever
licoused to use the Cog-wheel regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness and durability, buy
Universal Clothes Wringer.
On receipt of the price, from places where
no one is selling, we will send the U. C. W.,
free of ezpente. What we especially want is
A GOOD CANVASSER.
In every town. We offer liberal inducements
and guarantee the exclusive sale.
JULIUS IVES & CO.,
jan.6 317 Broadway, New York.
IT has long been the aim of
Alt nhvsicians to nml a r.omhinatinn
J . of medicines having the requisite
fi CL-rJy to relieve and cure the common
' A vs cnmrilaintn of nilioiisness. Liver
' slimu atinir and tonic nrnnertips
(disorders, Languor, Headache,
Lowncs of Spirits. Indieestion.
Jaundice. Fever and Affile, etc..
which are the diseases incident to
this climate. The remedy has
been discovered by Dr. Roback, and in thous
ands of cases the merits of his Hitlers have
been tested in the above complaints, and
there is but one voice from the people, and
that is in favor of these truly wonderful
Stomach Bitters. Wo advise all who are af
flicted and need an agreeable tonic for these
troubles abova indicated, to commence at
once tiring thejs Bitters Co advertise
Ho! all 8 lovers of the Weed
You will find one of the largest and best
elected stocks of
that can be found in t'uis State.
IE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO
Of the choicest brands.
CI GABS of my own manufacture constantly
The best quality of
always in store, and for sale cheap.
Of every variety and style, from the Clay
In fact, everything to be found in a first-class
tobacco house, will be kept on hand,
and for sale very cheap. Give me a call, and
Main street, 2 doors east of Post Office,
Farmers' and Citizens'
la Barr Building, opp. Court House,
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND SERVED UP IN
TIIE LATEST AND EE3T STYLE.
.11 Icincls of GASIEi
IN ITS PROPER SEASON.
HEALS SESVED UP AT ALL EOUSS,
ACC0RD1NO TO ORDKIt, AND TIIE
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
CUL AND SEE.
BIBLES!! BIBLES ! !
A LARGE VARIETY IN
For sale by
V. H ARRIS i CO
An Elegant Xorclty Ia Watcbes.
TtlE ca??of tliia Watrh, are an entirely new
invention, composed of six different metals
couiMned, Hilled tootlmr and p!;ini?hed. produ
cing an exact imtation of 13 car.it fcold, called Ar
cana, which will always keep its color. Tbey are
as benutitul and durable as solid gold, and nre af
forded at one ei;;Mii the cost. The ease is beauti
fully designed, with panel and shield for name,
with Patent Pu.h Pin. ami engraved in the exact
style of the celebrated iold Hunting Livers and
are really handsome and desirable, nnd so exact an
imitation of gold, as to defy detection. The move
ment is manufactured by the well known St. J inter
Watch Company of Europe, and are superbly fin
ished, having engraved pallet, fancy carved bridg
es, adjusting regulator, with gold balanced, and
the improved ruby jewelled action with line dial
and skeleton hands, ami is warranted a god time
keeper. These watches are of three different sizes,
the smallest being for ladies, and are all Hunting
capes A cae of six, will be sont by mail or Kx
presg for $125.00. A ninjle one ent in an eleg:int
Jorocco case for $25.00 ; will readily sell for three
tirce their cost. We are tho sole agents for this
wntcb in the United States, and none are genuine
which do not bear our trade mark.
PEVAl'GH 1 CO., Ivpotitf:?, !
febl0:3m 15 Mainden Lane, SEW VOKK. I
TO NERVOUS SUFFERKR.
A Gentleman, cured of Nervous Debility. Incom
petency, Prematura Dony, nud Youtiitul Error, ac
tuated i y a do?ire to benefit others, w i!l bo brpy
to furnish to all who need it, free of charg, the
recipe and direction! f r making the simple rviuedy
used In bis rase. Sufferers wishing to yrfit by
the advertisers bad exporieaco, and p--s$Mi a snr
and valuable remedy, can do o by i.d Jret-sin him
al once at his place of buine. The Kfcipe and
full information of vit d imporUuce will be
cberfully seat by return wiil.
JOILV B. OODEy,
o. CO J-Ncsau Street, New York.
F- fi. Nervous Sufferer of b.-ih f?xes will find
this informsrioB mritlual'l
DBCGS AXD MEDICINES.
m mm m
Jo fiUp Tiia m'.ndt m potn,
fa tlu iul kindle Giuliani Kit'
have teen introduced to the public for mort
than six years, and have acquired na
far exceeding any Family. Medicines of
timihir nature in the market.
An appreciating public- was not long rJ
discovering they possessed remarltnbla
and hence their
and consequent profit to the Proprietor, tho
enabling him to expend
of dollars each year in advertising theiz
merits, and publishing tho
which have been showered upon him from
The peculiarity of the
is that they strike at the root of Diseat
by eradicating every particle of impurity
for the life and health of the body depend
upon the purity of the blood.
If the blood is poisoned, the body drags
out a miserable existence. These medicine
Sirofula, Siphilis, J
iJ'a'n. (diseases, Old Sores,
Silt j(heum, Rheumatism, 1
(Dyspepsia., BiU Heaiacht,
Liver Com.pla.int, Fever and Jljrue,
Leucorrhosa, Femala Complaint,
Erysipelas, Bt. Jlnthony's Fir,
Fits, iSrcjulous Uonsumption, eto.
s a s s
0XE person writes, her daughterwat cured
of tits ot nine years' standing, and St Vitus
dance of two vears.
AN0THES writes, his son was eurti
af;r his tlesh had almost wasted away
The doctors pronounced the case inenrtr
AJTOTHES was cured of FeTerand Agna
fter trvirnr evorv medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sort
wiii.1" hml existed fourteen yeare.
AS 1HES of Kheumatism of eight years.
C'av;S innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint could be mentioned in which the
I'uriiier and Pills
are the most active nnd thorough pills that
havo ever been introduced.
Thpy act so directly upon the Liver, excit
ing that nr ;;in to such an extent as that the
eytireiu docs not reh'.pse into its former con
dition, which is too npt to be the case wiUt
simply a purgative pilL
They arc reaily a
which, in conjunction with the
will enre all the altr-n.entioned disease,
and, of themselves, will relieve and cure
Colin CPj!.s, Cholera J-forlus,
Indigestion, Pa.in in the jweti,
Try these medicines, and you will neve!
Ask your neighbors, who have uafid them,
and they wiil say they are
and yon should try them before going for
Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of my local
agent, and read the certificates, and if jo
huve ever doubted you will
Tloa .o vcvo.c.
As ft pruof tli.it the Blxl Purifier and Pill sr pwv!y
TPKt;it'i I Inn ti certilu-jtU of tluw finiimut chm
lttLd, Prufcnwurs C'inltou oi Y., and Lucke oi CiaciooaiL
Bend Dr. Bbnrk' Special Notices nti (VrtificntM pnb
lithed iu a cuiiapicuoiui part of tlii Paper from urn tm
Price of the PcanrtinnTian Vegetable Blood Parifier, f
per ltt!e, or ?"per Imlf dozen. Of tlieS-fcudiimvinn Vrg
etal'le Dltiod PilH. 25 cent per buT, or 5 1-.xm fT Sl.
Office nnd Manufactory, Noe. 50, W, GO, and 6S EasI
Third Street, Ciuoiunati, O.
FOR SALE BY
J. B. MURPHY. Xenia.
JOIIX l PATTOX. Xrnfa.
J. H.liMING & UKO., euii.
ii.(?le 4 L'siuk, Celarville; i-ilaa !!. !?!!
rrouk ; Anderson 4 Hand, Clil'tun ; G. L 1 S. W.
Mn;My. Osborn: W. !?. Sood ier, tairlitld ; Jl. O.
iMnin? .t 1 ros.. Jamestown; June! A Byrrt, Sprinf
Vnltt'v :M. J. Kniiiji llvrcn: Ja. Hcnrdirt,
'oit Springs ; anil lv (Irinriri'iJ nd Merchants gen-
erry tnrai'jnt tne I mrcn &tatf? and ( iinadnf.
Formerly Xenia Branch Bank-
PAID UP CAPTtaT $!20fCQiJ
A.. Tllvllnar, TroHldexit.
Jon'fAsNKsr, Swi'el Pi'TKRBArsa,
A. Trader, a. II. Bai susax,
This bank is now in operation, and is pre
pnreJ to receive deposits, make collection,
discoiint accepialde paper, and do all busin
ess pcrtnining to banking.
l!:ink ing House, same us formey oCup:et
hj the Xenia I'.rancli Bank, corner Dotrri
aiid Sccjad streets.
A. TKAPER, Cashier.
IOFFETt t PRIVATE SALE lor a few weeks
the followii.g proporly :
On B.irrett str.vf. a Rrk'k House ISby J9 ft.,
three ttikriof lii;h, new, woll finished, with i Ln
74 feet b. 200 Uct Jeep; said Houe rents for 1:18
dwliursper annum: sNo, sdj doing 2 frame Houses
IS bv 30 foot. Lots 50 bv 2ii'i deep; aiso 12 Lots v0
the s;itue street, adj 'in:ur the atxve, 60 loot by Ijd
feet bsck. These Houses and Lts areweil situa
ted, bcin within one hundred yards of te passvo
gcr depot, and will always be in demand when im.
proved, fur dwelling for lie satployees of tha raU
rosd, and other wirhiuif le raeids near thst great
thoroughfare. PAVip BARS,
j as 20 1