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PUHLI81TEJS KVBRlf WBDNB8DAY BY
r. "w. Bowen,
BDHefVAND PKOfHIETOK.
Information for the Public.
GREAT BARGAINS!
SEASONABLE GOODS!!
You want goods of nil kinds
suitable for the season. You
wnnt to lcnoy where the finest
styles of goods can be bought
for the least money or in oth
er words, where you can buy
the most of what you want to
eat and wear for the smallest
amount of money. You want
Plain; Goods T
Fine Goods 1
! Coarse Goods !
Fancy Goods I
Cheap Goods !
And all these can now be
liad at the House of Dan.
"Will& Bros., the very latest
styles having been received
within tke last five days.
The assortment and styles ex
actly suit this market, and the
prices are away down. Just
the place to go to save your
stamps.
RUN OFF!
Who's run off? No one,
except J. A. Feltok, of the
firm of W. F. Feltox & Son,
and he only left on Monday for
the city to select another grand
stock of the finest styles of
Goods for this season. Goods
being on the decline they are
determined to have a complete
assortment for the trade.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effecton Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
- Through Car
From COLUMBUS (via Athens) to PORTSMOUTH
Ovtr fha Golumbu & Hocking Tiller and
Marietta & Olnolnuatl Kail Koala,
Gois East.
Going; Went.
no. i. .mi. .1
Xo
No. 4
LKAVC.
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I it liiriirmi;r.n:.ni
(Irorepnrt . .9:17
L'olumliin. . MA'i
Atlltfll.
.lil3.ll
Cur on t he 8:53 A. M. Tniln i'iiiih thmtiKll to
Porlimuiitli without rli.-ihKi!, arriving nt McAr
tlmr at nt tfrt v. M.s uikI Cur l'oillie.'):0U I'. M.
Train from Portiiiulli for Columbus arrives
nt McAnliiirut 12:30 p. M.
(;iciiiioi tijms mmlc nt LnncnMlor fnrf.'lr
Clitvillo, Kstii'Hvillu, ami nil points on the Cin
cinnati .t Muskingum V ill ley Itiiilwnv.
I i rod connect inn imi'lii nt Columbus for Kay
(on, rtyrltijrllrlil, IiiiliiuiiillH, liiinifi, and till
(HiiiitH West: nlso, tor I'levi'liiml, llutlitlii, lit tH
IiuiH, I'hlliiiluliililti, New York, and Hi 1 points
Kasl.
(oimprtlonRmmlo nt LoRnn by IjoIIi Trains
with ull Trains lor Stnii'tsvillo mitl all (winis
uu tLe iHrnitsrillo Jiriini h.
J. W. DOHKHTY,
Huperintciulont.
E. A. ntTEt.i., Ocn'l Ticket Aft
miKiivuruvc hi in
IjuHitn 11 17
llHVtleiivlllu.il Wi
i.Unlivilli' it tun
TIME TABLE Took Effecton Sunday, May 28, at 12 M. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
rr;
On and after MONDAY, May Hth. 1K7I, Ex
press Trill Ms vill ebavk COLUMBUS unil
OilHSTIJSK und AKHIVK ut points named be
low, as follow! :
Stations.
Oolunilmg
(Jiestlliie
t'lm'eluml
lliiflnlo ,.
Niiifrnra Fnlls. .
Km-jiosUir
Albany
Mutton
New York t'lty
t'restTlno
MtUlmrg
Ilnrrlrfburjf ...
KaUamoro ,
Washington ..
Philadelphia .
fruHtllno
Kort Way nil...
Chicago
No. 2.
IlilOam
U :30 pm
. it :45 p in
.10 :H0pill
,.7:lifl a ni
.1 :.'(() am
. ,0:45 am
.6 ;2U pin
-.m p m
. 1245 j) ill
.. H5pm
.. 7 lfi am
,.1040 am
. . 1 10 p m
. 11 15 am
No. 4.
4tlQ p m
(I:. 6 in
No. (1.
2:35 am
4 :50 a in
7:D0nm
2:10 pill
4 :40 p m
5 :(I0 p ni
I ;.tl n m
II :IKIani
0:40 am
" fTi in
84S pm
240am
8:15 pm
4 :U l
6M."ai
in
Dt
7:ai a in
2 KM) pin
Ih'JOpni
6:30pm
A :ifi p in
11 am
II 25 a m
i 40 p in
6 2A p m
S lfl pni
7 " p in
1 1ft am
TSOam
7 00 a in
.11 mi p m
, RWam
.1210pm
(5Sk ill
llsJiam
flOO p m
lrNo, 4, UnvliiK Colunihna at 4:10 p. m.
Inu a Thrnuirli Carr DoluwarororSprlnirflckl,
rnchlii)f HivrliiKtlcM without clianec at 7:10 pin.
Train so. on tne iOiiiniinin nwinn iai
pv Hull road connect w ith No. 4Truiu. ThrotiRh
ickots for sale at Atlionn.
rABSKSGKH TIIAIN8 returning nrriva at
Columbus at I2:;M a, in. 11 :15 a. m. and :S0 a. m.
IrFalaco Day and Sleeping Cart
On All Trains.
tnJ'Ito 5" leaving Cofnmhus nt A m, on
fciniTav, rinm through without ileU'iition, by
both Krla and New York Central Hallway,
arriving at Now York on Monday morning at
0:40 A.M.
For particular Information In rogard to
tliroiigh tlckelH, time, ronnoetlons, etc., to all
tiointa Kast, West, Nnrtll and South, apply to
Or address K. FOKr),Ciliimliua,Ohio.
K. 8, FLINT, en. Superintendent.
J AM En VtVff K KHON ,
(Ion. Agiml, ColumbiiSt O.
liUOKREFOUl), '
1'nasenKer Aajetit. Columhna.o;
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
SHORT LINE ROUTE. 1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
fhn OreatThmujrh Mnlland fixprem Paaaen
trerl.lno to ft. iium, Kansas uiiy, ni, .loaapit,
fc nver, Ran Frnnolteo, and all pointf In MUaou
rl, KaiiKMannd Colorado.
The Kliortdat ami only direct route to Indian,
apolls, Lafayette, Terre Haul, Camhriilare fllty,
kprinftlield, reoHai Ilui'llnKton, Chicago, Mil
waukeo, 8U Ptttil, and all points In the .North
Weat. The Indianapolis, Cincinnati and TjtfayetU
tlailroad, with Its connections, now offon paaw
ennc.ru innye facilities In Through Conch and
Wcciilnir (Lir Hcrvlcc than than anr other Una
from Cincinnati, hating the adVantage of
Throimh Pully Cars rrrnn uincinnati towi. iouia,
Kanaas City, flt. .loseph, Peorin, nurllnnton,
Chii'sgn, Omaha, and nil Intermediate, points,
firc-sunllng to Colonists and r'Amllloamum com
nrts and nccommodHtlons aa are afforded by
4.. nt tin v mil In
Through Tickets fend lUggage Chctkl to all
drains leave dlnelnnnti att:O0A. .1 1:1(1 P. M
6:001-. M.,and 1C:U0P.M. .
.Tickets enn bo obtained at No. 1 ntlrtiet
Rouha. enrnor third mid Vino; fti hllcLn'hriiriPf
inrnef Mnln nncl lllvori nlo, lit IJupot, corher
him and l'earl Hlreets, Ctmnnntl, O.
to sure t6 puritliiiHR tickets via Indlufiaprtlin,
Cincinnati mid Lafayette Itiiilrou't,
Vf. H. I. Kfiltl., ,
Cen'l Ticket Ag't. IndlnnapollK.
0. F, JfoonE,8up'l, Olnolnuatl. c21
THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE. CHEAPEST.
m
WHEELER & WILSONS
Sewing Machines
AwarJod ilio
HIGHEST FIEITJlS
AT
THE WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON, IN 1802,
AT THE
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, IARIS, IN 18GT.
S2 MACHINESMKrr.V.ITATK COMPETING.
It la TIIK UK ST fur Family Hewing, make the Lock Stitch by means of a Rotating
Uonk, and Ranks Highest on account of the Mastlelty, Permanence, Beauty
and general desirableness of Ha stitching, and the wide range of It
application. Hews faster, requires m power and la more durable
THAN ANY OTHF.lt MACH INK IN THK WORM).
THE SEWING-MACHINE WORLD IS CHALLENGED.
II ii y no other until you try the Wheeler fc Wilson.
x.OM machines re-adjusted anil modo as good as new, at a trifling coat, by calling on
either of thu agents.
For sale by 0. W. SISSON & EICHARD CRAIQ.
Tins region was visited by a storm
on Saturday afternoon last. The
much noeded rain foil in torrents
for about fifteen minutes, and it was
accompanied by a heavy wind.
Some damages was done by the
wind in town and vicinity. Troes
were blown down, windows broken,
ike, ic. The weather is very
warm, and thero may be more rain
soon.
Many farmers in this county have
cut their wheat. New flour will
appear in this market during tho
next two wecAs.
. ML-... -
Strawbkrribs are no more Hasp
berries are occupying the vacant
place. The blackberry crop will bo
largo.
For Pare Drugs and Meltines
goto Sisson's.
Wk are ploased to notice that our
editorial friend, A. R. Van Cliap,
of tho Circlevillo Democrat and
Watchman, was nominated for Hop
rosentativo last Saturday. Of course
he will bo elected, as bo deserves to
bo.
Wi notice in the arrivals at the
American House, last Saturday, at
Colarnbus, tho nnmo of A. R. Lantz,
of this town;
Laws of 1871.
Tho bound volumes of the Cenor-
al t.nd Local Laws and Joint Res
olutions, passed by the 59th Goner
nl Assembly, at the adjourned sua
sion, begun and held at Columbus,
January 3, 1871, bavoboen receivod
by the Uounty Auditor Henry
Reynolds nnd are ready for dis
tribution to those entitlod to cop
ies. Call at the Auditor s Ollico lor
them.
For Aver 's Medicines, go to G.
W. Sisson's.
McArthur Retail Market.
McArthur Retail Market. Corrected by Gilman Ward & Co., Dealers
in Dry Goods, &c., and Manufacturers
of Flour, &c.
Sugars Brown, N. 0 12$
" Clarified, JN. 0 16
" Coffee A 16
" Crush' pul. & gran 18
" Extra coffee 14
Coffco, Riochoico 25
" liio prime 20Z1'!
" Java 30
Orleans Molasses. 80(3)90
Double Extra Drips $1,01)
Vinegar, Cider 40
Rice! 12
Raisins 30
Tea, Imporial .$l,25l,80
" Young llyson l,Z!il,BU
" Black 1,001,50
" Japan .' 61,50
Candles, hard pressed 20
" star ZD
Flour, per bbl 17,40
Butter 15
Lard 12$
Ems 10
Cheese 1820
Crackers 1012
Starch 10
Sod 10
Tartar, croam BO
Peaches, dried 12
Apples, dried 10
Salt, per bbl 12,00
Beans 2,00
Pepper, grain 40
Allspice....'.. 40
Beet, dried. 25
Hams, sale 18
" . country cured 15
Shoulders.. 10
Bacon, side 12
Boeswa 25
Tallow 09
Feathers 70
Wheat 11,30(3,1,40
Corn eS70
ITve 8&
O.i (h 45
Woo! 48(5)55
HAMDEN & WILKESVILLE:
Hack and Express Line.
Mr' Isaac Miller has established
a tri -weekly Hack Lino between
Ilamden and Wilkesvillo, and has
ample arrangements for carrying
trunks, packages and express goods
The hack runs from Wilkesvillo
to Ilamden and returns on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday of each
week.
Tendleton, Ewing, Ward,
Morgan, Sayler, Tburman, Mc
Cook, Ranney, and some twen
ty others, comprising an array
of talent that no other State
in the Union can boast, are
hooked to stump .tire State.
The campaign was opened by
Gen. Morgan, at St. Clnirsville,
on the 20th inst. Those who
think this will not be the most
lively contested political battle
witnessed in Ohio for several
years, don't know what's op.
rouiiTH of mi
oeloT3ro,tloxi !
AND
PIC NIO AND DANCE!
AT THE
BEAUTIFUL OllOVE !
Near the Cat Bhojn, at .
2ALBSKI, OHIOI
Arrangemcnls have bn marie by the under-
lf(noICommlttoforpmvlnga Grand Celebra
tion In lleantlful tirove, a few steps emit of the
Car Shops, on
Tuesday, the 4th of July !
Everything will be done by tho C'ommittoo
to make the affair the most pleasant and agree
able ever held at that place.
The Declaration of Indeptndenoe
Will bo read, and
APPROPRIATE SFEECHZS
will be made. A
MAGNIFICENT TLATFOJIM
will be erected forth benefit of tlioae wishing
to enjoy the pleasant exercise of
Theoccaslonwill be enlivened with the most
EXCELLENT MUSIC,
Propare for a full day's campaign by coming
with your
Haket Well Filled.
liefresmeuts of all Kinds
May be had npoa the jfrnnndi Let eteryrjodjr
go and partlslpate in me urana iMuotcing i
iutinrfNltEY I Com. of ArrangcmenU.
w. REnnisit, i
uoitok, 'i
. HKNOU. J
mm ji t
(KiiiBian, Ward & Co's
Gflmai, far! & Co. Mi v I Iff i-irmXr-,
fit HH Hi' WrH ff Outo F1 Fl M
CS-IIjM-aJ,
Corner Main and Logan Streets,
jjAVIXCJ opened an unusually largestock and
STAPLE
Dre Hon Ah, CatywimrrrN, JTIuxIln, Printi, iiiHhamN, 9oinrNticr 1
Hosiery, Clovc, While CJoods Calico, Shorn, Shawl, Alpaca, Ac.
In fact the bost Selected Slock ever brought to tills Murkctl Wo have evcryytliing-yon
GBOCEBIES
Cannot
POSITIVELY SELL EVERY
The people arr cor Ml u
com plete in every bronchi
'je xcitb jmmjVTi
-Vt-
WARD
-
completely revolution tui'd (lie prices of every
& FANCY GOODS !
Comprising all the latest and most Ueuutlful Styles and Hie tiet (tualitlca, consisting in part, of
A.ISTID FAMILY FLOUR
and shall not be beaten in Vinton county! And'
DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AT REDUCED PEICES !
invited to rail nt our sstaMlshment Oirr anttortment in
En tire ttatl faction guaranteed to everybody t
Mew Sforc.
c3 CO,
McArthur, Ohio,
dvscrlptlou of
I
can call for I And'our assortment of
we shall-
Dr. Gust ave Bimjeiil, the
Democratic nominee for Treas
urer of State, is one of the
most popular Germans in thi
city of Cincinnati, and a man
of great influence among his
countrymen. He is in every
way qualified for the responsi
ble position of custodiau of
the public tinms.
Printing.
If you want any kind of Printing
done, como to this offlco. Wo have
jiiKt receivod a largo lot of printing
material, and can accommodate you
in both styles and prices.
Ceo. Luntl,
Alex. Penrce.
LANTZ 6 PEARCE,
nESLtKR IN
Harflware, Stoves, asi Apnltiral
Implements f
AND
Manufacturers of Tlmvare,
MoARTHUR, OHIO,
AMENTS FOR
Buckeye Mowcra & Reapers
and
SWEEPSTAKES THRESHING
MACHINES.
ALSO, FOIt
N ELLIS'
ongliial
SINGLE HARPOON
AND
GRAPPLES
PULLEYS!
A Moat Complete Apparatus for IIolstlnBand
Mntlna; Hay. Tlioy have for sale, aluo, me
Slfifi Fork and Doftbl Harpoon Fork!
both gootll
Steel nnd Cast Plows,
oft he liest patterns, and the
Malta Double Shovel Plow,
lioes, Hakes, Scythes,
Anrl fftiiAr Varmlnir Imilemcntfi.
KohhIik Pnr Mowluir Mnr.hines
are reHPt'l usenu in ineirumuio c.nj,
Man n a, inn-ti
THE GREAT CAUSE
or
HUMAN MISERY.
Just published In a sealed envelope. Price6 eta.
A. KsMlle1 Cure of Seminal WoHknowi, or
Hiwrmauirhoan, Induced by Belf-abuse, Invji il
untary Emissions, Impotent, Nervous Deblll
. i ii.n,ni ia Mnrr aire sreiiernllv :
iv, smi
('onsomi
Physl'
The World-renowned anthor, In this ailmlrn
ble Lecture, clearly prns from hi own expo,
r ih.Tikn wnl nmseaneooes of .elf-
h eo-ectuallv removed ivlthout
medicine, and Without dttnireroiis BUrKlel op
ertlons,oodles, Instrument, rings, orconfl.
a s. polntlnirout a nwdoof cure at onceceruln
" Sir h wHlt h ever anfThfer, no mat-
Kr whathlacondlthm mav be, Bin "hrfhlin.
self Chnitply, rlVtclr,snara.lllly. Thl Lee
"re will prove boou to ihdusaMda and tbou
"Veht.undnl'itenl.lB a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on receipt ala cents or two
"auS? DrCulvctwell'i 'Marflttg6 Guide,"
rrlcaVeeuta. ... .
Address me ""'1""'
cHAs. j.c. Ktmco.,
mBrwei,!? York, I'ost-Offlco Box
IX,
HoneHayForK
ptlonV Epilepsy, and Fitsi Mental and
ST. ft ...tliorofdreen Book." ete.
i
Mead, Eyerybody, Mead!
Lot the
j". St. stuongs xmx& store
For anything in tbe way of tho finest quality of
Dns, Mens, Ite M 1,
'Together with a general assortment of
DYE SUFFS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
FANCY GOODS, &c., &c.
A beautiful slock of JEWELltY just received, consisting of
Ladies' Bracelets, Black Sols, Kings, Cold Pieces,
WatOlLOS, cfcc
We propose to sell these Goods Cheaper than the Cheapest. Git e ns a
trial and see for yourself I
NELSON KICHMO?y.
At John S. hawk's Old Stand.
iri.. ci...,j - UTi Avthiiv. filttft.
iuuiit aii KKi -
XI.
. stock of
I HOU E FURNISHING GOODS.
-' " If
:imt HA
'XL
SADDLERY HARDWARE,
AND
STOVES.
Wo havo the eXclusivo salo in this county of tho
"ARLINGTON, a Combined Wood and Coal Cook Store,
Acknowledged to bo tho best stovo now manufactured. Also,
tho "Indianoia," a Wood Cook Stove manufactured by the
same company, tho new "Homo .Reflector," "Planet"
for coal, all stoves well known in this country
numbers of them being in tiso and giving
Perfect Satlstaotlon.
They are also agents for the
CHAMPION COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
The only wrought iron framed machine yet made, and for Durability,
Workmanship, ease of Itangeroont,
Work the Champion is acknowledged superior to all others.
THE "IMPROVED CHAMPION, "
Cut X 1-2 feet, in arrniiffed ns a Right or If
Hand Cut, with Keif or Hand Halting or
Dropping Attachment, and 1?ae tent
one Cutter-bar tor both Mow
ing and Heaping.
It is the "Machine of the Period," and should bo examined by all
who conteroplato buying a Bcapcr or Mower. Don't rely on our repre
sentations or those of agents of otTicf machines. Examine for your
selves. A written guarrantco givon with each machine.
bicum3nd & nuim.
pcoplo goto
fOSEFII S. Ml'IIX.
- - . ...... j Vrv
A RE Just now receiving and opening a large and well selected
RIlw ARE.
TINWARE,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE
lightness of Draft, and quality of
mm ws
AND
Cheaper than the Cheapest at
nUhon'MtVllkenYtllca O.
- m- w 7
WOOL CARDING.
I. N.LoTTRiDQKi will run tho Cari
ding Machines attached to tho Mc
Arthur Steam Mills, tho present
season. They are now in complete
running order and prepared to ac
commodate all who wish their work
well done.
.New Yokk. .Iiihh 1!
7 r "
onrge IT. Pendli't'oir nriived
t'lio city on' Saturrlnvinorn.
j; f'nmi Oliin;. oiv Ili.Vwny' W
liirope: 1T flif fe received Hih
news liere from; tlie newnapers
r l lie t:i tin. accident to his
ienil Vallaiuligham, and was
really dmcked' andMiytrenmil.
uvuifss ol I lie most; minortonh
liaraotor flux-ed llim Co con-
ti
line Iih joimify, Huft he tent
tilt) njn'ctvd' widvtw a( t)m
0no slalesmam, a tclifgrnpllic
disacli expressing' liia giief
iiimI' pynipathy.
McCOOK AND VICT0KY I'
For tfie Ciunpaigiv of 18 7 f
0 HFO ST A T'Jffi 31 J Nf
1 With which TIIK rff.SWnnwspprhsUeii
liirrKtill n ill Im! liiniiHII lor tile
IKillticnrrampHlgii nl 1H71,
Commencing July ID and' terminating!
mMcrV&i 118711,
Kmlirwcinit (luirtl'f n ISsumi of tllo rmprr.
AT TtlfFOlll OWISa IlSftHHt
liisrlh -roplca, ; W ppnta- wiohi
Clulis m tun or more "
W olMt tliwi) low ratos fn vnr a irxnarnll
I'lrciiliihnn of lllo Htiitflsmun lnrliiKlHnrnnmiw,.
I'hc Uuiht'norl ly nrtlve DcinncrHis w illisfrnnf
in any Kin-nsilip a rllilliif Iimi opOwpiilTaiiKiwrl
bois.. IV'nHiiiin-riiiltoiis rnrtliacamiialRii.tt.Wc
twenty Milljrrliwm, mily
OHIO sTATFMAN,
oi,tiiiui-, Ohio.
Fwffrt Jwirnil.
THE OLYMPIA TRANSCBIFT,
A WEEKLY J0UENAI,!
Drvottp.l'to Ml. Mnf-rlsl IntwHtsof TTaB
IfigVoii1 Territory.
,nTi..T",,0f "?.' J'w ni rwrtliTrar. of
pnhhfstioa, ..Hi will pndpsTor to k.rv, , Hw.lo.
roro, tlio nlll in nsvfuliiPM as txfn,m f t. 1
iitPiv, rjh0 Trrlu.Ty. A nronvntnt a.a(llwTf
t iniwrwIl tMitha rollmtlon ana ,,f
HtsilMlpi and1 dpsrriptlva srtiiriM rvltrtititr tn lHe
Territory . w in any wy rmlinu ! p ilrvuk.pmeiit
r.l. Srl nslnnil n,nrv. ami wenlih, All Infor
ina Ion roncerning ih .nrs, grow. I, nn. .t.,.
m. iit.l tHIi.rtlon of tlitNw N.,rthwot, tl.nl is
ohUlaanle ifcrnnpH rvlinhi cnrtmH.nilas and ..Hior
and It w II he the n.n.tant aim- M ih paiwr to aatls
fjr as far aa .,mIMp tbl Inojilry. ,H
Tits ooliiinns of the-Tsahmkivt will eonla"n artl
rifl ,ll"':nP'nn.. Vl,,, Trrnto
nal.polim.al, as w. ll na dwwnptWB. Ihlm.lilli
?!'" " l;V f"r"M,r,T- "W"'" ,!';p K P &
fcw,' '.if '"''(a.l'at .. party d1,olp l,V
nd political tiSrkjtera, and'sdv.wut, L.m.st sml cow.
tont mrn Sir pn-ltlnn.
In loeal' mntU'r, a dlwst of pvorylllincr of lntPMt
w II bf rlwn . all HK A sy n.L. f .T,
all qunrt,.rs f ths w.wl.l. of tho ifhe M,ernp"
Tmtmot Snhsrlpthm 5
Pop Toir. In ail lliasi 4-4. a. w m.,.iL. on . s-.
codPs.lvfPOiiti.; ' ' " '"W""
AWfWtTWIXO A'F REASONABLE BATES.
K. T. WNr?, Proprietor,
twynniln Walitinfton Territory.
SCHOOL TEA CIIIRO
wsntisa- Kmploympn. r nwn M to flSoiKT
month. ilmiiM ii.l.l,... Triii li. . .. .l.'.'ZJ
... 1 ....... vw w&uii, sm jacC'i'iiL
lllnnnnstl, Ohio. ,
FEEE TO BOOK AGENTS.
Wfl Will a.1fl SV ,mn,m-M v..
. ,,v ..Mr,a cisniuniinir over mi nn
Hrr pturo Illunlralions to may Book Ant,ftjf
Ad.lrpss tan rrm.imi.o Co., Oilcsgo, III.,
Olnelniisiil. Olilu. orHt. Loma, Mo.
DAYS
8 'ClidDCIS:
WATrr.I AfiKTH, (2Q P'-r ria)lo ,,lnn.
C1INR. Ilaa theander-frerT, makes th -loc mltrk"
(silka on botN ships) and ia fullv lirmsrd. Ta bvtt
and rhvatisat family Sewlna- MiieMno In tho niarkt.
Addran Joiiicaint, Ct.ns Co., Boaton, Mass., Ph
luri?h. Pa, Miicawk III., orSt.Lnia, Mo.
TIIEA-NECTAK
IH A PITRH
BLACK TEA
tne (ti-Mii Ten Flnrtir.
rltk
Warranted lo suit all
Far Hilt Vtoruuher. A ad frr
aaie wnntpsalo onty hy f
u KKAT ATLANTIC TAriF
IV TKA VI K. K Ulpiirrk Sr., N. Y
IV O. Ilox M0. Send for Tlies
Nectar Clrcalsr.
1 feaa tk.4llrae ud wfr ai
I WaMiv SM ss
Ike Taflrt
eTerr Uidr or
tl.Baa. ttoM by Itnarrtx
m jmim n
PCHf-lMKSV.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
The Into Kurnncen War .brnnirht nnt raw
fncta ol the wonderful odiency of Unrbolle Ae
lo In hrnlin and preventing llaeaiH.ii.
Tlieiie) 1tl!fUi Itrcscnt tli Aclil In Combina
tion with other e indent remedies, in a pomila
form, for the Cure of all THROAT and IX' SU
jiMnscii.
lloAKHKNr.ss ami t'l-ffcRATfox of the TrtnosT
are Immmlliitely relleel. ami statements nro
(xinBtunlly heinir sent to the pmprietor of n'lldf
in caaea of Throat (liltliMiltleaof year stnnilins;.
Hi ITTlflM IXm't hciloeefveU hr worth
VAUIIvll ' Imllatlotia. Get only
Wells Carbolic Talilets. I'rlee .Reents per Hnx
.KlIINQ. KELLOdC, I'latt Pit., N Y.,
Send fort Ircnlnr. Hole Airent for the t'.H.
REDUCTION OF PRICES
T0C0NFORMTO
HEDTICTIOW OF DUTIES.
gueat sAvma toconsuioss
BY GKTTIN'O UP CLUBS. .
Send fur our Hew Trice Mst nndn fllnh
Conn will nc-rmnimny It, contnlning full (llror
tions niaUliiB a Inrire unviiigt) eonsutners and
reinnnerntlve to e.lulj oiunninors
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
ol jm esey Bireei, sevri oru.
P. 0.tloMI3.
JURUBBBA
WHAT IS IT?
It is asiH-eand perfect remedy lor all diseases of the
I.IVKR snd SPLEEN, KflLARtJEMKNH or On.
STKHCTIlrX ol INTKrTlNrX, lIRI.VARY.tITK.
JUNB. ot ABOOMlSAIi OROANH, PVKIH Y
or s WANT of HUOf, IMTKKKITI'KNT or
kKmiti'kt fkvkks. larr.AMM ation
ortl s MVRK,l)HOPY,8MJOHIHII CIK- -J
Cri.ATIOS ofthe BL00I), AIWl!KMK8,.
TUMOIM, .lAlfNDIOK, HCHOrfLA,
DYSPKI'SIA, SaVK A KEYKlt
OKTIIEIKjO!lOOMITANT.4.
Da. wells haltins heenine aware of tlio prlrmr
dlnary medloiaal properties of tb South Aincrlodn
Plant, called
sent s speelal eoinnilssion to that country til praniim
Itln lu natWe pnrity, and having found Its imailer"
fnl curative properties U even exceed tha nnticltia
tions Aifnied by it rreat repntntinn, has concluded
to offer It to the public, snd l lisppy to ststo that ho
has perfected arranm-rwents lor n rncilar monthly
supply of th' wonderful Plant lie lias .pent much
time esperlmenllns; and Inventliriitlnjt as to tha most
efficient preparation from It, ftr popular aso, and has
(hr some time used In his own practice with moat
happy results tne effeeleal medicine now presented
to tis public ss
Dr. Wells' Extract of Jurnbeba
and he eonflilentl; recommends It to every family aa
a houaobnld remedy which ahonld ho freely taken as
t Blood Ptiatnaaln all dersnnetnents of the system
and to animate and fhrtlfy all weak and Lvniiik.ttlo
temperaments, JOII3 Q KKLLOOO, Matt at.,
New York. 8ila Aient for the Unlteil States.
I'rks Oss Collar per ba(Uc Bend fur Circular.
11 16
Mart by One ARont. Bo yon want a s'tnalinn
aa saloimairat or nrar horrw tn make aft t tin atr
lay arllhir onr new T strand Whit Wh; 7oM
''' f formr . Bamt le f,o. Addr Wu.i-
W. T, or If) Denrl'Min Rt riii-,,.
VAA.-isPsI
LOT f"
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