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. . PUBUHUKD KVKltr WKDNB8PAY BY
T. . 7W J3crOT-rL
.' ! ,". .: EDITOR AND PHOl'RISTOIl. "
OFFICE In Second Mtorv of Bowen'i
ilulldlng, North Bide of Mala Struct, Jtust of
tjourc House.
Terms of Subscription.
Ana mn. nnn runt. 1 Hfl I Oris ennv. 8 mo.. SI 00
One cony, (months... 16 One copy, 4 mot.. 60
If not paid within the y Mr 00
Olubt of Twenty.... , $20 00
The Dtmnorntlo Kwjulrtr ercnlates FHKK Of
I'OSTAUt. within tne lliniu or Vinton uouniy,
A fsllnrs to notify a discontinuance lit ttio end of tho
Hint suhscrlNsd for, will be tnkon unovr engagement
sr moMriyMoa.
Advertising Rates.
ITThe span occupied by 8 line of tills (Nonpareil)
t vpe shall oonalltue a square. ...
One sqniire,nne week t 00 1 Onaaqusro,8 weeks $2 00
Each allltlonl insertion Insertion BO
All advertising for a shorter period than thrc
months. ahariMil at til abov rule.
Legal Advertisements 1 00 pr square for flrnt
Insertion; and 60 cents per square for each additional
Inversion.
ltule and Figure Work 60 osnte additional
8 mon
mot.
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Threo square,
Four squires,
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Business Cards, not exceeding ( lines, IB per year.
An I.I I ! iluo on nmt Insert on or niiveniseincnv.
lillla with resular advertisers to be paid qoartory.
Iln.ln.u NnllrM 10 acnts a line'. . Marriage Motl
ea-aeeordlng to tba liberality of the part let. Death
itt lnft,ft'
Notloaa of Bunaway Wive or Huabandi double
price.
Yu.lailrrtlsra antltled to onnrtorly changes.
Advertisements not otherwlta ordered, will be eon
tinned until ordered discontinued, and charged accord'
"itvl'lirhni and Charitable Notice free.
QLAYFOOL, MACKEY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROOERS,
Corner Paint and Water Streeti,
' sJUILLICOTIIB. OHIO.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
GEORGE P. ROWELL & CO.,
40 Prak Row, lfew York,
"AND-
S. M. PETTINQILL & CO.,
31 Park Row. New York,
AroniiraoLK Agents In that cltv. and are)
authorized to contract for advertising tit our
owt rates.
Tn r.iiK in a great scarcity of change
in every place but In -the weather
Tiie Ground Ilog knew his busi
ness this time for cortnin.
Yesterday was St. Valcutin's
Day, and wo suppose tho usual
Amount of disgusting caricatures,
and soft nonsense was (Imposed of,
and Uiat tlio ovorburdonod will ieol
easy for a time.
The Court of Common rioas ia
etill In session, a great many cases
liavo been disposed of; among tho
most important was tlio action of
Packard vs. Bolon & Martin, which
was docidod for defendants.
Wk aio informed that thero were
Home error in our account of tho
death of F. JI.SnaY in our last pa
or. Instead of tlirco hours as wo
were told,' it was less than an hour
beforo ho was discovered, and the
ccidont happened in a newly clonr
cd fiold and not in tho public high
way. Tho funeral took placo on
Wednesday luflfc.
EVKBY ON lite OWN DotTOIt. TlwSC H'llO tISO
)r. Henry' Hoot and Plant 1'ilU gcneriilly got
along with the leust eipeuo of doctor" hills,
flee advertisement. uUt
A new corps of officers have boon
elected to conduct tho affairs of the
Zalcski Company. Wm.T. McClin-
tock, of Ckillicotho, has been elected
TiVBidont; his la partner, Amos
S nith, Secretary; Robert Thompson
still retains his position a business
manager. Tho sorvicos of Eli Gill,
Farm Agent, having boon dispensod
with. Mr. Thompson, assisted by
George Rea, wiJI attend to the busi
iiops of Unit department. Mr. Gill
will romovo to tho Buy farm next
month and conduct it on his own
Account
Dkmoeest's Monthly Magazine
for March flnnovnees, in a promi
nent heading, "Fashions for Europe
and AmoricA." As no other peri
odical (n this country furuidhes
original fashions, Demofest's Month
ly must bo rocognizod as authority.
The March number has also numer
ous cpeciul novelties, popular muic,
tioruc matters, and entertaining sto
ries. The boauty of its typography,
and its elegant engravings, entitle
it to tho claim of beiflg tho "model
Magazine." Tho valuable premi
ums offered to each subscriber, in
cluding beautiful chromos worth
from $5 to $10, and numerous other
valuable premiums equally desira
ble, are unparalleled. Yearly, 43
Address, W Jinninus Dbmobest,
j833 Broadway, N. Y. '
The sorios of mootings that have
boon hold in tho churches of this
place have baeu very s.ucccssful.-
Wo understand that up to this time
ithoro kaabeeg Fifty-nine accessions
to tho Christian Chureti and the
Methodist Episcopal liavo something
ovor Fifty aoeesaions, we old not
larn tho oxaot numbor. Tho Pres
byterians havo commonood a pro
tected mooting and if they can do
as much good as tho othor tvyo,
thore .wiJJheo lie a liUlo liopo. for
MoAmiur. ft only required ilve
righteous men to sayo Sodoiu uui
itiomorrah, but wo think it would
itakot least ono hundrodt auijl fifty
(to snyo JIcAi'.lhur.
Demorebt's Youno America, $1.50
a year. A brilliant and useful juve
nile Monthly. Tho March number
surpasses all others in its attractive
nous, beautiful engravings, enter
taining stories, original music, and
other spicy contributions.., The
premiums offorod to each subscriber
are roally wonderful, comprising
among thom juvonilo books to the
amount oi $1.75, a flno Chromo
worth 85ra Stereoscope with a so
rios of viows, a good Microscope, a
largo Wax Doll, a Morocco Eoticulo,
an elegant Photograph Album for
fifty pictures, a good Telescope, an
Opera Glass, a Child's Decorated
China Tea Set, and numoroua other
presents, worth more than tho cost
of the year's subscription; Do not
fail to address W. Jennings Diuob
est,.838 Broadway, N. Y.
WANTED
to Fifteen Thousand
good
Shingles, at Martin's.
Avriit Tin Evil. If mother would give
Mr. Will tcomh'sHy rap to tlielr children when
sick, mortality would be less among thom. It
costs only 25 cent. ni-tl
Mince Pies.-
-The follow
mince pies,
ia season, fc
mg receipt tor
which are now
confidently recommended by a
writer m the Germnntown Tel
egraph, ufter using it for many
rears:
"Boil a fresh beef tongue
ender, let it get cold, then
chop it fine witn one pound of
suet, one half peck of apples,
two pounds of currants picked
and washed very carefully, one
lound of citron sliced, half an
ounce each of powdered cloves,
allspice, cinnamon and ginger,
three pints of sweet cider, one
pint of Maderia wine, half a
pint of brandy, with enough
sugar to sweeten to your taste.
Tim will make a large jar full."
Some evil genius has invent
ed an in fernal machine in the
shape of a locomotive whistle,
which exceeds in diabolical
strength any noise yet known
outside the reerions of the un
blessed. This whistle can be
leard ever so many miles, and
eing constantly played upon,
can wake up an engineer in
Groveport in ample time to
take charge of an engine at
Columbus. As an invalid re
storer it is a success. It puts
to their final sleep more folks
than it ever wakes up.
The Northern Ohio Fail-
Association will hold its annu
al fair commencing September
12 and closing on the Satur
day following. The buildings
are to be enlarged, and the fa
cilities for reaching the grounds
increased. Large premiums
will be offered, and it is ex
pected that this fair will be un-1
surpassed by any institution of
the kind in the West. It is
also contemplated to hold a
horse exhibition some time in
the month of June, of which
due notice will be given.
Tho North Pole.
TWo French gentlemen re
cently explored the island of
Spitzbergen in a manner nevei
before done. They havo meas
ured the mountains, mapped
whole coast, examined the veg
etable products, and the geo
logical composition of the
island, they found that the
long day extended over several
months during which time the
sun never sets, becoming in
tensely hot after a month or
two by the unceasing heat of
the sun. In the period vege
tation springs up in great luxu
riance and abundance. The
North Pole is only a matter of
(300 miles from the island, and
it is thought by the two explo
rers, as by many others, that
the pole itself and tho sea
wbich is supposed to surround
it, could be reached Irom
Spitzbergen without many
great difficulties being encoun
tered. A singular fact in con
nection with the island, was no
ticed by the explorers, and
that was. the immense quanti
ties of floating timber which
literally cover the waters of
the bays and creeks. A care
ful pxjiniirjatjori of the charac
ter, condition, and kind of these
floating loga would, no doubt,
lead to .a conclusion as to
whence And how they came,
and probably suggest mew the
ories for the ftoWtiou af gao-
r.'inliicaj problems cGOWJcted
WJiu too arctic seas,
How Muskrats Swim Under
the Ice.
r i i
luusKrats nave a curious
method of traveling long di
tances under the ice. In their
winter exursions to their feed
ing grounds, which are fre
quently .long distances from
their abodes, they take in
breath at starting, and remain
under the water, as long, as
they can. They then rise up
to the ice, breathe out the air
in their lungs, which remains
in bubbles against the lower
surface of the ice. They wait
tin this air recovers oxygen
from the water and ice, then
take it in again and ero on un
ii.i w
til the operation has to be re
peated. In this way they can
travel almost any distance, and
live any length of time under
the ice. The hunter sometimes
takes advantage of this habi
of the muskrat in the follow'
ing manner: "When the ponds
and marshes where muskrats
abound are first frozen over.
and the ice is thin and clear,
on striking into their houses
with hatchet, for the rjurDose
of setting his traps, he fre
quently sees a whole family
plunge into the water and swim
away under the ice. Follow.
ing one of them for some dis
tance, he sees him come up to
renew bis breath in the man
mm . . .
ner above described. After
the animal has breathed against
the ice, and before he has had
time to take it in again, the
strikes with his hatchet direct
ly over him, and drives him
away from his breath. In this
case he drowns in swimming a
tew rods, and the hunter, cut
ting a hole in the ice, takes
him out. Mink, otter, and
beaver travel under the ice in
the same way, and hunters
have frequently told us of tak
ing otter m the manner we
have described when these an
imals visit the houses of the
muskrat for prey.
A Reasoning Cat.
The Pike countv fllll Dem
ocrat says: "On Tuesday last
a tavorite cat was lett in the
editor's sitting room after all
the family had retired, and
was not heard of until twelve
o'clock at night, when it set up
the moat outrageous caterwau
ling, arousing the editor and
family from a sound slumber.
The noise was continued for
some minutes after he awoke,
and a family council was then
and there held as to what was
the matter with the cat.
Twas a bitter cold night, and
it was decided if the cat could
stand it we could for a while
at least. Just then the cat
came directly to xmr bed room
door, and with renewed and
ternffic power sent forth her
yowls, accompanied by a
scratching on the door. And
thereupon our better-halt de
clared that she would arise and
see what the cat wanted. She
did so while we stuck to our
bed. Opening the door she
found the stove door wide o
pen, a quantity of coal fallen
out upon the zinc beneath the
stove, tne 6tove pipe rea net,
and the chimney on fire Im-
mediately on ner coming out
the cat became quiet and had
nothing more to say Proper
measures were taken to avert
the danger of the fire, which
we think, but for the cats
alarm, would have occuired.
Can a cat reason i we say
yes, and our boy Dan's cat can
out reason any cat in the State.
A gentleman ia California
has in his possession a survey
or's instrument, on the front
len3 of which there is plainly
to be seen a beautiful land
scape with all the varied hues
of nature. The owner of the
instrument vouches to the date
when this painting, by some
unknown law of nature, was
done. Some fifteen years ago
it had been in use, and was left
standing for a time on the
plain in a scorching mid-day's
sun, fronting a woodland.
When again used, a correct
picture of the fronting wood
land, with all the vanned col
ors of the landscape, was pho
tographed on the lens and has
remained unchanged to this
day, . f "
Several of tho members of
tho Michigan Legislature had
to travel over 2,000 miles in
going to the 5tato capital and
returning to their homes.
Ths ' Millerites propose to
end tbe world on the . 15th of
this month to cheat . our Re
publicans, no ; doubt, out of
their 22d of February Festival.
Ao bad.- - r - ;
Our Legislature has just
passed an act authorizing the
Judges of the Courts of. Com
mon Pleas, to appoint guardi
ans to habitual drunkards.
There ought to be a provision
m the law by which drunken
Judges might be supplied with
guardians.
The scheme to provide for
the erection of a mansion for
the Governor of Ohio having
fallen dead, a bill has been in
troduced to authorize an ap
propriation of $1,000 per year
for house rent for the Gover-
nor. Why not also pay the
house rent for the other State
officers, and the board bills of
the members of the Legisla
ture.
INSURANCE.
O. I). HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
REPRESENTS the following
FIUU INSURANCE COMPANIES!
iETNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UNDEWRITERS, Now York.
HOME, Columbu.
MERCHANTS', Chicago.
FRANKLIN, West Va.
And tho following
LIFE IN3UKANCE COM PAN Vt
NATI'N'L LIFE 4 HOME, of N. York.
BgyPolloioa leaned on rflaannahle torma.
Mcdonald lotteidqe,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
W'i
'.L attend to all business entrusted to hit
oare.
INSURANCE. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME FABLE.
On and after Deo. 28, 1870, Train will
run asroiiowa:
0
D OS
11 I : i : :5 5 : : : :
-Sj : : : : : :j : : : :
93::
5iiiH(ot;td,''r4 .
3j
: :
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32
M J ; A CD m ac
-5i : : : I : i I : j j i j j j j jjj
Miles IgSSgjg 833iSgi8ggagg
-F5
3
b :;9.:-: -a
3 e&m&Utesm
(5 i a 4
Miles " -'STf g g"f s gag H g
"3
amii!!!
CINCINNATI EXPBEH8 will run dnlly.
All otherTralns dally, exnept Hnndy.
CINCINNATI EXPREHH EAST makes no
atop between Hainden aud Athena.
3 J i! HJiHi!
sliSiiiSJpSlH
Portsmouth Branch.
MtH. Acipmmodatten.
1.3AP.M. ' 6:00 A. M,
1.M " 7.00 "
4.95 -lO.S
7.N)A.lf.' 12,10P..
10! 10 4-.i "
10.50 " 5.40 "
Dop, ITnmrton
jncKfion
Ar'v. Portatnnnth
Don. PortamoutU
Ar v. JorkHon
Hauidon
Trains Connect at Loveland
For all poluta on tho Little Miami ttnllronjl, and
at tho Indianapolis ft, Cincinnati Railroad Juno-
tlonrorull kiiu wob
W. Wi PBABODY,
Matter of Trantporiatloni
Trains Connect at Loveland Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M. Through Car
From 00LHHBOS (via AUimi) to POSTSHOOTE
Otw ths Oolnmboi Booking alloy ui
Marietta Oinolanatl Bail Boada,
Going JEaat.
Oolns 'West.
Ho. 1
NO. 31
No. 21 No. 4
LKAVR. AM
r. m
t.ClVC. A.M.I P. M
ColiHiihu,... 8UI
8 m
Athens 6 :3ft 1:0
nroveporla... 5I
WluekraiHr.. H44
am
HHlinik fl:NM 1:40
4 On
4J
4 10
5 8N
.JM
v'
flab
Nnlsotiv lie 7:1H 8:11
I,iinciiHUr,... B2H
Sunr drove. 1
Lounn 101
ifnydonvlllo .10911
Nolnonv 11)0,. KIM
Sallna H
llavtlnvUle1:82 9:S
Uitfllil 7:41) 9:4H
Lsuiur Urove8:lH 8:10
liimo.aHior ..: n.m
WIlK-hosUir :IHI :()H
(irorepart..:91M 4:1ft
Coluiuhu..l:0& 45
Atheni.. U9&
Car on (ha Rd A. M. Train tamnjjh to
PorUmontU without clianao, arrwuifr at mor
ii,. .r at mi in -91 p h i nml Car forths 1 M P.M.
Train from Pnrtmnnulta fr C4ii1jiu arrives
at MoArthurat 19:07 . M.
Olnsoooiinectlnnsniadeat Lancaster for C lr-
elflVllle, 7.Hiiall), anil nil poinui on ui via
ninnntl AMnnkliuMM ValUv Ho41wav.
Dlrent oonneeUws asoletGo4iimbu forHny-
ton,Bprin(rllelil,lnHlanaioii, vnienKn, ann nil
nnlnu Wftati atsa. Cur Clomhiud. Uulfhlo. Pitts
burg, PhUndelphJa, New York, aadall poinU
VnuL ' .
Ciuinnrtlnns o)'m 't IBnn by !on Trnlns
with all tnil n tiir 8trIUviUu Hiid all points
hiiinrijtcu(lei)t,
E, A.. DVHUiGcn'lTjckctAgti;
Business Cards.
" DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO. 1
M.MERKLE, ' Proprietor.
THIS Hotel, few feet from the Ilnllrond
LHipotaua where nil traveler upon till
trains enn tiike mould, lui Juat leen groutly
eulurgwl nnd thoroughly rupulred, ulutd,
Ao., and I now in complete order for the re-
copuon oitiuonui. flrrtuitat4p ten
utosfor mnala. fl'KKMH mouckatk.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dv.I.T.MONAHAN, - Proprietor.
THIS Honae, formerly tho Mmm rToiiap.lina
boon thoroughly ronovntod and beuntl.
fully furnished. Having superior fnnlllt.ies,
every thing, will be done to mnke gaoatM com
fortable. Tuhle always Niippllm with bout
mnrkot affords. Nlceh fiirnlnhed Rooms anil
clenneat Bods Good Hlnblin. Every effort
mime Kir meconuoro oi puirona. ah Cliurifos
miHinriiMj.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. WiVARNER, - - Propretor.
T1HH Hotel is In tho moat convenient par
of the ci ty on Fron t Htroot, between Mar
ai ana j uiiemon.
PHYSICIANS.
S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND StJEOEON,
HAMDEN, OHIO.
A JiL CASES entriiHtcd to him wlllroeelve
JA.pHinit and onrcrul attention, at reasonable
fen. orriCB On Main Ht.
J. C. BISHOP. M. 0.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEGEON
Wilkesville, Ohio.
PEOI AL attantlon giren to tbe porformanoe of Snr
ileal Oiidnitlons,
OBloe with 11. H. Billion. M. D
Is Boness'
4ft-y
bnlldlng.
ATTORNEYS.
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MoARTHUR, O.
J. M. MoQILLI VRAY,
A-TTOiaiTE-jr Jrr law,
trroieouunr aivorncy oi in ton uonni?,)
McAKTnUJR, OHIO.
WIIAj attend promptly to any business
given to his care and management iu
any Courts of Vinton and adjoining counties.
Office In the Court House. lu-tf
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law ai Notary PnWic,
Z ALESKI, OHIO,
WILL attend alllefrnlbuslneaa entrusted to
his care. Hunnlv of Blank Deeds and
MortRRKos always on hnnd. (JFF1CB No. 12
west wing niuuoriugo ttioctc. u
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOB1TEY -A.T
(Office, formerly occupied by D. B. Dava.)
WILL praotloo la Boss, Vinton, and adjoining
oonntlos. All Irgal boslneea entrusted to bis
core paomptly attended to.
8S-U
D. B SHIVEL,
ATTOEHEY JLT IiA.W,
MCAKT11UH, OU1U.
Will attend promptly to all leenl bnalneas
entrusted to his care In Vinton and adjoining
counties. Office In the ltecordor'sOiuce.
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTORNEY AT X.A.W,
M'AETHUE, OHIO.
OFFICE 1st door West of Dan. Will A Bros.
Ksneclal attention itlveu to theoollectlon
ofolaims. 18-ly
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral,
For BiaeasM of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Cotighs, Colds, Whoopioc
Cough. Bronchitis, Asthma,
and Consumption.
Probably never before In the whole history of
medicine, ha any tiling won so widely and so
deeply upon Uie oonlldunce of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through along series of years, and among most
of Uie races of mon it haa risen higher and olgher
In their ontlmation, as it ha become better known.
Its uniform character and power to cure tbe va
rioua affection of the lungs and throat, have
mode It known as a reliable protector agaum
them. While adapted to milder forms of disease
and to young children, It is at the aamo time the
most effectual remedy that can be given for Incip
ient consumption, and the dangerous affection
of the throat and lung. As a provision against
sudden attack of Crtup, It should be kept on
hand in every family, and Indeed as all are some
times subject to colds and coughs, all should be
provided with this antidote for them,
roviueu witn wis anuuote ror mem.
Althoiiffh settled on$umvtion is thought In-
tnrablo, still great number of case where the
disease seemed settled, have been completely
cured, and the patient restored to sound ncaltn
hv Die Clmrru Perioral.
So complete la Its
ICW U IIS
.unga and
mastery over the disorders of the j
Lung and
Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing else eould reach them, under the
.' if rmetonu uuiv sudhiuo buu uinniiiwur.
y t
MiuMrs and iietia 0vaker$
XUJU KEVat
protection nrom 11.
AMthma i always relieved tad often wholly
eurodbylt. M t
Jfrontnttig u gunenuiv curea oy tuning um
Cherry Pectorai In small and frequent doses.
Bo generally are Its vlrtno known, that WO
need not publish the certificates of them here, or
do mora than assure to puuuo IDA! 1M qualities
arc fully maintained,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
ror Terer and Ague, Intermittent Ferer,
Chill K'over, Menuttent JBever, jjumo
Airua, Periodioal or Bilious Fever, &o.t
and Indeed all the affections whloh arise
from malarious, marsh, or mlasmatla
poisons.
Aa Its name Imnlles. It does Cure, and does not
mil. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis
muth, Zino, nor any othor mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, It in nowise injures any pa
tient. The number and Importance of It enree
In the ague districts, are literally beyond account,
and we believe without a parallel In the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride I gratified by the
acknowledgment we receive of the radical euros
effected In obstinate cases, and whore othor rem
edies hsd wholly failed.
Unncclhnntod persona, either resldont In. or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will be
protected by taking Uie AOVK vvnu aauy.
VorlAwr Complaintt, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy, ttlmu
biting the Liver into healthy activity!
lor unions Disorders ana i.iver vuminauivti, "
Is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkablo cures, where other medicine bad
foiled.
imniml hv Dn. 3. C. AntR A Co.. Practical
and Analvtlcnl Chemist. Lowell. JUabim and
old all round the world.
MICE, $1.00 FEB DOTTLE.
MAEBLE W0EK3.
B. R. Hiaanrs & BR0.,
MannjMtnjwM of
MA It 11 LIS MOXUMENTS,
TOMB STOIfS9,
MANTLES, FUENIIUHB,M&o.,
: OHIO,
l OOT) AssortiHMit of ManUe couitantly on
lmml. All klntls of
Cemetery Work
pouo to order In tlio finest stylo.
SI
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7-Unvne
TO TUB WOllflNO CLA88-We sr. now pre.
prod U furnish all elassc wltli constant omployrn.nt
at boms, tli whole of the time or for tlitspsfe mo.
menu. Businrssnaw, liulit, and profltahle. l'.rson
oi .iiii.r km rasiiv esrn irom one, u en per evening
and a proportions! sum lr devotlnl th.lrn lmU t .
to ths kusliies. nor knd air Is mm aeatl. u imuh
as mon. That all who soe Ihl notice may send tlmlr
address, and Ifst the business, w niaks the snparsl
lelfd offer, To such as are not well utisduil, we
will send 1 to nsv for the trouble of writing. Kclll
particulars, a valuable sample which will do to com
mence work on, and a oony of Tltt PftmU'i IAUrary
. , , umoai nq nrm mini iv news
pspors 6v.r pulilulied all sent free by mail. Header,
If yon want Immanent, profitable wort, aiMrens
K. O. ALLEN k CO., AnKiMs,Maln.
TIIK WEST, Cincinnati. A Urge a!
page weekly t established 18K7. It meet all tile
wants of the family : fW,60 per year, 81.18 si month.
JWii JW,,I?,n' ,ll,r'is.WILLIAMSOiI &
CANTWKLL, Cincinnati, Ohio.
XTaw Vnvlr 8n4 'C. n
BI.?n, Eng,ne.T;rth;fr,irc'uT" YTd
sectlnnal HAfMiv HtAavin il.ii.m k.mu - .1.1-1.
apedssl imaehinery. Bond for clreulnr. 44 CortlauA
' west. )V
NORTH MISSOURI LANDS
FOE BA.I1SI
BY TDK
EANNI2AC AND ' ST. JOSEPE
R.I R. COMPANY.
About ISfl.OOO Acres of the Finest rarmma
and i razing Land in tlio United States, for ante
at low prices and on very easy terms j thus en
abling and industrious man with small capital
to pay fur his land with money earned from it.
Missouri Is not too fur West to bo at a great
distance from market; Its Kail rood fuelllties
are great and constantly increasing; thocllmato
Is splendid, and good crops are ol most a cor
tilllity 1 while the numnmni thrivlnir in. ,
cities springing up on every hand atUwt be-
uii.i iiuuiii. iiini ine ungiit 01 slavery has licen
etroptually dissipnted, aud that Kiistern men
and Lustern capital are doing their perfect
OUR LANDS DEFT COMPETITION.
80ml for full descriptive Circulars and Pec
tional Muns.eiicluiiliiiiSU cts. anil atntliiu wlmt
niLnap vt.t ... .i.iB I .. . ' 0
. w- wwn who ill, w
... tDWARD WILDER,
4 Land Commiieioiier, Hannibal, Mo,
Agonts I Head This !
r vnUPtul HltW St WrifU Willi"
mlwoito4WilAnr new nd wonderfe) invention.
......,, aunr.it ct uu., aisrsnall, Midi.
Employment for All.
?ALAB7 PJ "d expenses, paid
yOf Aftents, to sell onr now and useful diMovm.
Cs.
auaresab. Bwtrr a Co, M.rsliall, Mich.
Ge Poand mf
Mm
PSTOpMANOy -Any lady or gentleman can
make $1 Ooo a month, securo thoir own h hb
plness and independence, by obtnlnlnir PHY.
, fascination; yor Souliar:
S Li N.li- wl)K"'; cloth. Full instructions to
1 .r 'wur ovor men or anlmuls at will,
how to Mesmprlxe. become Trance or Writing
Mediums. Ulylnaiion, Hilritnuli8in, Alchemy,
Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, llrlgliam
Ynlltltr'a llOrAtn In I. la i. V 1 ..." 1.
---0 - --"'t M"in w iiinrriitKU. uj., uil
Any poraon wIIUiik to act at agent will receive
& stwiiple oopy of the work froo. Ab no enpitnl
thoiiUseml fortho lwok, euflosing 10 ci. for
A CARD:
A Clenrrtdnfi wtilla M-i.itnA aAM.i. .
Icaas a missionary discovered a safo and sim
plo renjeily for the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Rarly Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Sen!
Innl Organs, and the whole train of dlsordors
brought on by baneful and vicious habits
Great numliers have been cured by this noble
afflicted aud unfortunate, I will send the rec
ipe for preparing and using this medicine, In a
sealed enolnpv, lossy one who nan.1. If J-
tfchargt. Address JOBF.I'H T. INMAN Sfntlon
6, Bible House, New York City.
uAM. vAi. .i.. ' :
-4w
1ft9fi USE THE "VEGETABLE ICVTA
ti,. Vi FonarT Balsam." lOlV
Ihe old stnudurd remedy for Coughs, Colds,
onsumption. "Nothing bettor."
CFTLKB
UB08. sco., Boston.
S-4W
TTDDiUlanvniiannw n
J VUlr-n ilkita hn 1 n ,!.. .. ...us a 1
linr rn i in air I .it adHt K r t-
J ww saii DOIII UJ IUHII IUr 1 N,
11 FH A m S A ST H M A ruW
Relieves most violent paroxysms In flvomln-
lltM .nil n"lc I u a aniuulw 1 -I ... ..... .1..,
lurs by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR BTATW
HnlAH Ilia V-ll (emrm .1 h.l.a 1 ...... I f.. I
nrbrown. it consists of only one preparation.
TO cents by mail. Address 8. C. UP1IAM, No.
Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Circular
sent free. Bold by all Druggists.
TO $10 PER DAY.
MEN. WOMEN. BOTH and MRUs who annm.
n our new business maka from 15 to am ner Id., in
their own loeslltles. Full particulars and Instruc
tions sent free by mall. Those in need of permanent,
profitable work, slionld address at nnoe.
ujvuuus.aiinaun s rortland, Maine.
BRI'S tfc 1IROS.
Illustrated & Descriptive Catalogue
07 FLO WEE ADD VXQETABTJ3 BEED3,
And Summer Flowering Bulbi.
FOR 1871.
Will he ready for mailing by the middle of January,
notwitlistandlng our peat In of type, Ipsner, engra
vings, Ao, bv flrn, whicn drstrnveil the Job Print-
In Offlee of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
40th, December, 1810. It will b printed on most
elegant new-tinted psper, and illustrated with nearly
Fire Hundred Original Engravings,
And two finely executed Colored Piste specimens
for all of which were srown by ourselves tbe past
season troui onr own slock of Seeds. In itbs origin
ality, execution and extent of th engravings it Is
unlike and eminently superior to any other Catalogue
or "Floral Quids" extant.
The Cetalngiie will snnslst of 113 Paces, and as
soon republished will be sent free to all wbo ordered
Seeda from us by mall the last season. To others a
oharae of IS eenla per copy will be mado, which is
not tne value of the Colored pistes. We assure our
friend tbst th Inducements we offer to purchasers
of seeds, a to quality and extent ol Stock, Discounts
and Premiums, era unsurpassed, .'lease send orders
ror catalogues wiuiout oeiey.
Our Colored Chromo for 1871
Will be ready to send nut In '.Tsnnsry. The Chromo
will represent Forty-two Varieties of sbowy.and
popular Flowers of natnral S'sa and color. We dc
slirn to maka It tho best Piste of Flowers ever Issued.
Blie, ltx.4 Inches. The retail lvalue would, be at
least Two Dollars; w shall, however, furnish It to
customers at 7ftocnts per copy, and offer ItasaPre
mlum upon orders for seeils. Bee Catalogue when
out. Jiuiuuo Ol out;., uoeursier, a. I .
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
B'Oia' 1871.
The First Edition of One Iliimlrru and Fifty Thnut
and entiles of Vlek's Illiisiratcd t'sUloirno of Head!
and Florsl (Iniila, is published and ready to srndoul
100 haws, and an Knaravlnc of almost ever de
sirable Flower sad Vegetshle. It Is elegantly prin
ted on nnc tinted psper, itinstrsrru wun Three U
drod fine wood Engravings and Two beautiful
COLORED PLATES.
The most beautiful and Hie most InatrncHva Floral
Oul.le published. A tlKKMAH KDlTlsIN published,
in an onier resneensimunr ui in r.ngnsn.
Bent free to a II my customers of 1810, as rapidly
possible, without spoliation, gent to a'l ol tiers who
order them for Ton Cents, which ia not ha'f the met.
Address ; . JAMkVf VIOR, Koehotler, N, Y.
HOWABD 8AW1TA HT AHD AT? A88MIIATI0.
-For tbe lWllcf and Cur. nflfci krrlng and Un
fortunate, on Principles of Christian Philanthropy.
Ksv on tho Errors of Youth, and ths Follies of
Age' in relnlion to MsaoiAOKsnd ociai,Evii will
sanllsry aid forth iifflictcd. Heut tree, In senlcd on
veloiwa Address, UOWAltD ASSOCIATION, Box
P, Plillsdelyhla, Pa. ... ..
. Crameton's Isaaerlal
err msb will snake twelve taarts
UKRa, 84 Vrast BiM Mew Vera.
gCifcjfTIFld AMEltiCAN.
IFOlft . 1871. 3 " '
TWENTY. SliTH YEAR
till splehdld tVeekly, frroatly ' on l'iti'dferl ' na'
Improved, Is one of tho most useful anVf fiili-r-'
eslIngJotirtirtlHevef piihllHfiiNl. Kvory nnmW
.',"uV,f,(llly I""'," te . " P'i-r, mid ol.
reln'tllV't ' t'pei:il t-ngruylnps,'
New Inveiitinns flovetlles In Wecliiili
ufaRtiiriw, ChomlHliy, Iliutitrrn.tiy j
Itocture. A ri. i,if..r.. t....'i.
Ics, Man-'
AgrlctiKuro, KngiiieeHng, ,
Farmers, Hcalmmc, Inventots. EnglncAr
'..vii. nun a ri., , .
Clieimats, Wamifiirtiirets. and people if n?l
profesetmis or TrsHtc-s will And tin' OeUntiie
Amertod of great value and Interest. T
II prncttcl suggestion will snva Imndreds
of doHurs to every IliniSeiiili'I. IVorliSliop. mid
Factory m the land, iK'.hles nfforil lug a wHitln
ual source of vhIuhIiIo iiiHtriicliOiiy The Kill
tors nre sselHteil ly many of the able.H Ameri
can and Kiiropenn WrilerN, arid having ams
to all the leniUng- Bc.leiitlilc nnd JHei-liuiilcal
Jorrnuleof tho World, tho columns of (Imrki.
entifli! American are constimtly enriched wlUl
the choicest iat'ovmatloB, -
An Official List ofatl ifie Patents It
sued is Published Weekly
aiio.iLuiiT Aiiiuiinvin in iifiri riTinilllu Afllfr
IPftl. iiiiilrss Tinn U1.II.I 1'.I...a. i . J
One TbontiAttd I'hroa, eirrlvalnv i-n ftlzr, M Four'
Tlianrand k.lt. . J. it V .
TcrV V)fc far Olio Ywrr, nt tfac-noh.
fYitaa luki I 'Ist.. AMMb tu.ln . .. i- . i
brataficl Htel ftoto Xngruving, "Moil of I'roK'
riMia II
in er.nnM.ftrn e.lT. nnn nAillnn.i'.u ...
Scitintiflo American, (he mulcrxlgnod cortdiK't
tiie most extensive Agency in (ho world for pro
curing
IPatonts!
ThAlkAtk V,rtA Alilnl., mm naWn l-ll.. . n.
tlon Can I obtain a 1'atentT I to write to
Munn A Co., 87 1'ark Kow, New York, who have
had ovor Twenty. five Year Kxperionee in tits'
uu.iiiuH. nu ennrge isimnio ror opinion ant
id vice. A pen-aml-fnk akotch. or ftill writlcit
description of tile Invention, should lie sent.
For limtrnitlons concerning American and
European Patents, Caveats, Ite-imiies, Interfer.
dices, Itejected Cnws, Hints on Selling Patens,
Rules and Proceedings of tho Patent OIUcow,
the New Patent Laws. Examinations:. fcxt.in.
sions. Infringements, etc., etc., send for Ihv
HTRI'tTION-IlOOX. which will lie mailed free, nnj
apnlicution. AU business strietly coiitldontliii.
Auuress, MUNN 4 CO.,
Fubllshon Of tho Relentinn Amerlrsn ,
87Parkltow. Now York.
THE GREAT ' .
sonar .vcraa
a- ijn" i
We are'now the Sole
Proprietors of the above
Celebrated GIN.
None genuine unless
the Registered TRADE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of this Company
appears upon every Rot
tie.
We are also MAN &
FACTVRERSand SOLti
PROPRIETORS of
mm snwn bitters
KOBACK'S FILLS,' -'
AMD
EOBACI'S BLOOD PURIFIER-
Tiie above Prepare
Hons are for Sale by alt
Druggists and Patent
Medicine Dealers every
wJiere.
U. S. Projrietary Micks (St
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DENTISTRY
Dr, S. S, DOLIlSONt -HUNTlSTf
McAETHTJE, OHIO.
19 tsW -terMired! for fid Ivltldl of in,tfll
work, whieii be will do -
From XO to 25 pot Cwt tower
than anv Dentin In Yito.u. or any of tho adr
Joining -.n nl
Ills worltslmlltnl give Siiiuruetlou, Call an(
H'e).i!ii.
ISP
I3( MAY, x866.gl
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