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VOL: 6.
J. WiBOWEN, I
I Publisher and Proprietor, J ' .'
M'ARTHUR, VINTON ; COUNTY,;; OHIO WEDNESDAY, JANUARY . 1, 18T3.
f $1 .50 PER YEAR, t.
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Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
TIME TABLE.
On and after Nov. 8, 1872, Trians will
i' ; i run as follows: i . i ; ;
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CLNUINIf ATI EXPilB-W will ruu dally
All otherTralna dally, oxonpt Hunday.
0ICINNTI KXPRESH EAST makes no
to t7 betweftTi Hiiindnn and Atliwrm.
Portsmouth Branch.
MtU. AooomiHodtttion.
Dip. Ila ndon ,
i, J;ick8 u "'
Al''r. Portsmouth
yap. Portsmiutli
Ar'v. Jaclwou
4.00 H. M.
(1:15 a. m.
7.21 "
11.10 "
12-30 P. U.
4:00 "
5.20 "
I. 00 "
' 8.4.1 A. M.
li:o: "
II. 45 P.M.
Hamden
Trains Connect at Loveland
For all points on tho Llttlo Miami H:iilroad, und
at tlio IiidiiiiinpullH&C'.aolmuiil Kuilroud Junc
tion tor all points WObl.
W. Wt PEABODY,
itnttnrof Tranporta(tan.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
Great National Short Line Route East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
(in and after Mon.lay, Njvombor 10, Traim
will run as follow t
(7n'ni fiut I Hull
Btprnti Lint. Xxpren:
EASTWARD.
Dnpurt
P.irlcor4liurK
Ciimberlanu
Harper's ferry. ....
WinhliigUn Juuo'n.
Arrive... ....
naltimoro
Vinhini?ton .......
I'liiladolplila
New York
WESTWARD.
..... Depart
New York
Philadelphia
Washington .... ...
Baltimore
Arrive
Washington Jnno'n.
Harner'i Ferry
Oumoerlanil
Parkornburfr.
8 51 Km
' S 35 Pin
0i "
8 94 "
865 "
1000 "
Am
IS "
40 Pin
S S Am
5 01 ,,
8 88 "
845 "
10 00 "
1 20 Pin
410 "
8 44 Am
1 12 I'm
4 45 "
B 05 '
8 25
12:S4Pm
19 30 Pin
: 3 5t Am
(I IS Pill
8 00 "
890 "
HOD Pin
8 80 Am
II 45 Pin
8 00 '
400 Am
4 85 "
8 59 "
10 8J "
8 85 "
It :20 Pm
4:00 Am
8:00 I'm
B:50Am
9:20 "
12:04 "
8:45 Am
II 00 "
too Pin
Pullman Palio Drawins Boon) Sleeping Can.
Which areas oomfortaMo, olegantly furnished,
and almnteqnal to a tlro-sldo, are on all Truina
from Oluolnnatl to Baltimore nod Wauhlnston.
See Soiled ule of Marietta and ;inoiniiati Hull
way for time of arriving and departing from
MoArtlmr. ...
The advautagee of thin route ovor n otners
is, that It glvua all travolupn holding throiiKh
ticket tho prlviluifo f visiting naltimoro,
Philadelphia, and the Matloiml Capitol free.
Tiineqiiiokerund 1'atos of fare lower than by
any other line. ,
Tlnsconory alon thU Kallway Is not equaled
for grandeur on tills Uontiiicut. .
TO SHIPPERS OP TPKEiaHT. .
Tills line oilers anixirior liidnoiiiuuU the
rates being ono-thlrd lower tonnd from Huston,
' Now York, or any otliorKastern point. In or
ilurinaKOodiof any diwurtption from the Kast
clveillreotions to ship ' Daltlmore Ohio
ft. It.,nnd In ahlpplnff K.nt i ve same dlroctionn.
Freight Hhliipod by this route will have dee
pitch, and be handled with oars and save
shippers mnoh money. .. J. L. WILSON,
Master Transportation, Baltimore.
0. R BLANOIIAItl),
Men. Froluht Ag't, Bidtlmoro..
" Ij. M.COLE,
H. B.JONRS, Oon.Tlokot Aa't, Baltlmofa
Ann. Fn. Air't,, njnr.fnnnH.
.ROU-TEWEST.
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
3KXPRHS3 TRAIN loa Indlannpolls
, dally, excopt Sunday, for 8T. JvOUlS and
. THE WB3T. ..... . ,
mllK only Line running PUI.LMAN'floelo
1 brntod Drawliig-rooin Bluuplng Oars from N.
Y., Pittsburgh. Columbus, LoiiInvIIIo. Oln
alnnntl, end IndliiniipolU, to Bt. Louis without
obftiige. ( . ,
Piiasongnrs should remembor tbut this Is the
Uroat West Bound Routs for Karons City,
I.oaven vorth, Lawrnnne, Topeka, Juno
tlon City, FortHoott and tit. Joseph. .
MJIf1! AUTO' TO KANSArt, for tho pur-'
tWllUlirin lO poaeofestiiblislilng thum
solvos In new homos, will havellbenil dlHorlm.
Inntlnn mnde In their favor by this I.lno. Sat
SfaiitoryoommutHtlon on regular rates will be
Kiven .n Colonist and largo parties traveling
togiilhon and tliolr baggngo, emlgrnnt outllt
niul stoek will lie shippodou tho roost favora
ble terms, nrosen ting to
iAMDrAHULlliS
II uon Bom forts and annommodRttons at are pre
en tod by NO OTHER HOUTK.
TUiKET,oanhoohtttlnd atiClKheprlnoipal
Ticket Omens In. Hit Kaatern.; Middle acd
Bontliern States. '
- 0; b. For.tir.TT, '
. 1 , ; General Pasngr Anent. Mt, T.ouis.
ROUT. KMttKTT," -"
, Bastom Pasanntnr Agent. Tndlnnapolit.
. JO If If K. SIMPSON, i ,
General Superintendent, Indlanspl'a
Capitol and Eastward. Railway Time.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and alter WON DAY, May 28th. 1871, Ex
press Trains will ekav COLUMBUS and
ORESTLLSK and Aiittivl at points named be
low, as follows:
Stations., No. 2. No. 4. ' No. 8. i
Columbus IlilOsm 4il0pm 2i35am
Crestline .12:ii0pm 6:Uoui 4:50uiu
Cleveland .8:45pm' :45pm 1:80 am
BulTalo. ..10:80pm 4:10pm 2:00 pm
Niagara Falls... T:D0 am 0:45 am 4:40 pm
Rochester., 1:30am 7:05am 5:05pm
Albany 9:45am 2:00 pm 1:80am
Boston....... 5-,a)pm 11:20pm 11:00am
New York City.. 800 p in 6:30pm 8:40am
CrostUne.: 12J5p ni
1'lltsburg..., 935 p m
Kurrisbing ..... 715am
Bivl timoi., ,10 40 a in
Wiish I n RtonTT; 1 10 p'wr
Plilladelpliia...U15 a in
fl 35 n m 8 85 a m
1 25 a m 8 45 p m
11 25 am 2 40am
"p'.'.'i:'
815pm 700nm
Crestline . 1130 pm
Fort Wayne... 580am
Chioago 1210 pm
7 45 p in 5 55 a m
115am 1125 am
7 20am 8 00pm
fll5No. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m.
nus a i nrongn unrcxi lieiawareiorspringueiu,
renchingSprlngflold without change at 7:20 pm,
Train No. 8 on the Columbus A ilocbinit Val-
lejfc Railroad connecUwith No. 4Train. Through
Tiokots for snlont Athens.
PASSENGER TRAINS returning nrrlvo at
uoiumuus at i z:3H a ni. li :io a. in. and v :ou a. m
5Palace Day and Sleeping1 Cars
On All Trains.
"Ko6"lenvinK Columbus at 2:85 h ii.on
Huiulay, runs through without Detention, by
l...tl. 1AIa Tn. VMb ran..l J)nll,tfa,Ta
arriving at New York on Monday morning at
6:40 A.M.
For particular information In regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North and South, npply to
oraaurtws it. nlll),uoiiimbus,onio.
r K. 8. FLINT, Gen. Superintendent.
JAMES PATTKRSON, .
Gen, Agent, Columbus, O.
KUGKNEFOKI).
I'nssengor Agent. Columbus, 0.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY,
Is the shortest, quickest and
only Road running its entire
trains through to
ST, LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Our. arrangements and con
nections with all lines from St.'
Louis and Louisville are perfect,
reliable and complete for all
points
mum
This is the shortest and best
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph, and
to all points in Missouri, Kansas
and Nebraska.
Through Tickets' and full in
formation as to time and fare,
can be obtained at any II. R.
Office' or our office in Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, Kast Tan. Agent,
, CINCINNATI.
W. B. HALE, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Act.,
ST. LOUIS.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
and Southwest.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
ThoGront Through Mall wild Hxprcss Pas
senger Line to St. Louis, Kansas City, Bt.
Joseph, Denver, San Francisco, and nil points
in Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.
The shortest and only direct route to Indian
nnolia, Larayette, Terre llauto, Cambridge
Clty.SpringUold, feorla, Burlington, Chicago,
Milwaukee, St., Paul, and all points in the
Northwest.
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayette
Railroad, with its commotions, now offers pas
sengers more facilities in Through Conch and
Sleeping Oar .Service thun any other line from
Cincinnati, having the advantage of Through
Dallv Oars from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Kun
sasdity.St. Josepl), l'porln,Burliigton,(;litcago,
Omaha, and all lutenuodiato points, presenting
to Colonists and Families such comforts and
acoomuiodations at are affordod by no other
route. .
Through Tickets and Baggage Chocks to all
points.
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:30 A.M., 8;0O P.
if., and 9:00 P. M.
Tickets can be obtained at No, 1 Burnet
Hnuse.corner Third and Vino Public Lsnd
ing, corner Main and Itivor also, at Depot,
curlier Plum and Pearl Streets, Cincinnati, O.
Be sure to purchase tickets via Indianapolis,
Cincinnati and Lal'ayette.UailroRd.
0 K. LOItl). ii. L.BAURiNGRB,
Chief Ticket i;ierk, Master Transportation,
t'lni'lnnitl. Cinnlnnst
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and after Uecotuber 10th, 1871i'raim will
un as follows
Dtnart.
Depart
1:15 P. H.
Arrive.
6.40 P. M.
1 :00 A. M'
7:80 "
7:60 "
9:)5
11:17 "
9:20 A. M.
8:80 "
Athens
f).30 . IK.
Arrivi.
0:50 A. M.
6:5 P. a.
8:55 "
Columbus.
Pittsburgh
Cleveland..
Xona
Dayton ...
Richmond.
mo
Oft
8:20
Indlunauolls 6:10
Uhlougo 12:15 A. fl
Closo connection made at Lancaster for Clr
clerillo, ZiuiRsvlllo, and all points on the du
el iimitl mid Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections mnde alColumbns for
Dnyton, Hprlngflold. ludlnnupolls, Chicago,
and all points West. Also, for Cleveland,
Buffalo, Pittsburgh, nnd all points F.ast.
Take the blocking Vullovand Pan Handle
route to Chicago and tho Northwest, It Is the
shortest by sixty-six nillca, giving pnssongnrs
tho benefit of quicker time and lower rates
thun by any other line.
J. W. DOIIRRTY,
, Huperiiitendpnt.
B. 4. Dur fln't Tlckot Aji't.
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP.
'The Best Pump in the World-'
OUR Agents report over 1300,000 worth of
proputyiyp finm f r thlst ,' par by thcue
pumps, being tlio most powerful foWo.puinps
Intlio world, as well nsNon-freeslng. ,
See October number, pugs 8IHI, also the Proe
mlum List, page 88 of the Am. Agriculturist.
This paper never deceives the farmers. Be
notice In February number, page 45. Try one.
If it don't do the tverk claimed, tend It back and
get yotirmoney.as we warrnutour pumps to
to do all we claim fort!ciii on our circulars.
Send forclri'.ularsororilori' to Ibo Hrlilgwpprt
MTg Co., No 55 Chambers St , New YorUt
An order for nine No. 1 Pumps seourea nn ex
clusive town nirenoy No 17-tf.
ON WARRI AGE. Happy Relief for Yoxng
Men from thnoffects of Krrors and Abuses
in early life. Manhood restored. Nervous
Mobility cured, Impediments to Marrlnga re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
rwnarkaMo remedies. Honks and Circulars
entfren. In innlml onvoloncs. '
Addrosa HOWARD ASHOOIATION, No.
2 South ttlnth St., IMilladulplila.ra. 1-tf
Business Caris,
ATTORNEYS.
D. B SHIVEL,
y. f MoARTHUJV'.QillO. n
Will attend promptly to kv egal business
entrusted to his care In Vinton nnd adjoining
oounties. Opficjc in tho Keoontci'suiuco.
J. M. McQl LLI VRAY,
ATTOEHEY XiA."W,
McAiCTIIUlC, OHIO.
TITIIiL attond promptly to any business
TT given to MS care aim management!!!
anvCniirts of Vinton ana adloining counties.
Offiok In the Court House. Up Stairs. 18-tf
I , UUIIPIIIIUj
LAWY E !R ,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE AT DRUG STORE, MAIN STREET.
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOBITEY LAW,
McARTHUR, .
(Proseouting Attorney of Vinton County,)
WILL practice in Ross, Vinton and adjoining
counties. All lcgul business entrusted to
his care promptly ntteuuea to. oo-n
HOMER C. JONES,
A-TTOiaisriEnr -at iiA.w5
M'AKTIIUR, OHIO.
f TTFrCK 1st noon West of Dan, Will Bros,
J Especial attention given to Ihecollectlon
ofolalms. 18-ly
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law ani Notary Piic,
ZALESKI, OIILO.
WILL attond nil legal business entrusted to
hisenro. Supply of Bins Deeds and
Mortgngos always on hand. Offick No. 12
West Wln Balnbrldge Hiock. tf
HOTELS.
MERCHANTS HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. W: VARNEB
Froprotox
THIS Hotel Is In the most convenient pnr
of the elty on Front Street, between Mar
Ketanu jeirerson.
AM ERICAN HOTEL
Corner High and SI oto Strceti.
(Nearly Opposite Stale House
COLtrMSTTS - OHIO
E. J. BL0UKT ' Propriet'r.
fTTtrTa XI ATT7T. la fnrn iKiifld tllVOllL'llOllt Wltl)
J. alltlionioilern improvements, t. nests can
rely ontne uesiiieRiuiuiinuni yij .......
Street Cars pass inis iioiei uni "
Ruilroad Depots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
M.MERKLE,
Proprietor
TH19 Hotel, ft few font rroui the Rnllroad
Depot and whero all travelers upon all
. 1 ..,u l.tef lior.li orrentlV
trams enn um mra". " J"" " .r.vi.l
enlarged and thoroughly rePnl,fd'P,,,"t5e:
iSC, ana is now 111 rami" - : r r
ceptlon ofguests. frirTmins stop ten mlti
utesfor meals. BWTBRMa modehatk.
ISHAM HOLJSE,
JACKSON, OHIO
Dr.I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
-r. ,t 1, i Toll n , n Undue. has
1 bean thoroughly renovated and b?nutl-
rullv furnisneu. Having uf"'" '"V" ""
everything will be done toniake guests com
fortable. Tame niwnys sunini
mnrknt.affoi-ds. Nicely furnlBlied Rooms and
oleanest Beds Oood Stables, Every offort
made for thecomrori oi patrons, aii cnun
moderate
DRY GOODS, &o.
gSTABIISHED 18 YEARS
YHQLpRAI.y n.KTt tf
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. .. ,fortW ottth, O.
.1. F.TOWELL Is agent for sevornl Mills, nnd
his house is headquarters for Many desirable
makes of Eastern Goods. All goods will bo
sold at the lowest possible price.
Close Cash Buyers, Fltst Olims Time, Trado,
Wholesale I'cddlors and Furnaceinen lire par
ticularly invited to an examination of his stock
MARBLE WORKS.
B. R. HIGGWS BR0.,
Manufacturers of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FUMITUEE, &c, &o
X,OdrA.2Z, OHIO
r't OOD assortment of Marble constantly on
Ul hand. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Done to order In the flnost stylo. 24
P?l.CR00g'S WINE OF TAU
4 en ersioipnoiiq
tst hnsjiroved Dr.Crook's
Viiieuf Tar to have more
merit than any similar
prepnrnt ioa ever offered to
the pubHo. It Is rlnh in
tlM medicinal qunlltlesof
Tar, and unequitled for
fliNeases pf Die I lroat
Lsnga, performing tUt)
mostromarkabltiennHS. it
VT;ii1" elluotually cures all Uoogh
sSmS anil !i,iila. Ithaa atinMl so
many cases) of Asthanss
,' gSPaml llrourliltla, Uiatit
has beoa jpronouneets
sped no tVir thoeo com
plaints. ForPaJntln the
Ihiat, Hlo os Itaek.
vef ir Hltlney Hs4
4 .,dl;aHOSol'tholIrlilH
ii' ' n iir- it lias nocqiiui.
It U also aaoporlor Tonic.
HpsIoivm tlio Aypetli,
' Ptrensrthonsi IlieMstoni,
Restores the WcuU anil l-lUltMl,
!nnnm the I'ooil In IHgest,
Removes) Hyspili Ji" I nHesl ion.
CilvM toino ioj-ourJ4A)uu ' ;
A
.;.ujr-.
tTewel Cases, Sliell BoeJ!
f; J '-WeLRY, MUSCAIL WARES,' : i
' v. f
,T.iw.:-if -4t;.,A.. la .Y.-j.-'. js-J.SB
And. Other Seasonable
S. C. SWIFT,
.. ' . f.
, I
i, ; j
' U ;V 1.- . ii
Goods, at Popular Prices.
CHILLICOTIIE, OHIO.
'
QOEONER'S" SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County. j .
Daniel Booth, Plaintiff,
against '
TIiob. II. Shaffer and Susiin F. Bluffer, DePts.
In Vinton Court of Common Tlens. Order of gale.
I")URSUANT to the command of an order of
snlo issued H orn the C ourt ot common i-ieas
of Vinton county, and to mo directed as Coroner
ofsnid county, in this cause, I will offer forsalo
at tlio door of tho Court House, In the town of
McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 13th Day of January,
A. D, 1873,
at the hour ofono o'clock P. M. of said day, tho
following described promises, to-wit.!
Situnto in tho township of Harrison, and
eonntv of Vinton, and State of Ohio, and known
lis tlio Southeast quarter of the Southeast quar
ter of Section number eight (8,) unit the North
east quarter of tho Southeast quarter of section
number eight (8,) excepting ten acres off tho
North side of said Northeast utiarter; and, also,
the Northwest quarter of the Southwest qunr
ter of section nuinbernine (9.) All of the afore
said lots are in township number qlno (0,1 of
range number nineteen (i'J, ami estimated to
contain One Hundred ami Ten (110) acres, bo
the same more or less, but object to all legal
highways.
Appraised at Four hundred dollnrs (?400,) nnd
must bring two-thirds of that sum.
Ordered to lie sold by the Coroner of Vinton
countv, Ohio, as the Property of Thomas H.
Shiiffe'r nnd Susan F. Shaffer, to satisfy an order
of sale issued from tho Court of Common Picas
In favor of Daniel Booth,
Terms of Sale Cash in hand.
GKOUGE W. GREKN,
Coroner of Vinton County.
D. B. SIIIVHI,, Att'v for I'l'tiff. ,
December 11, 1KT2. 5w. :'
JJOLLOWAYS PH-Lg
h'OL LOW A VJIJ)IN TME N T.
mllE GRAND PRINCIPLE! that operates in
I these wonderful medicines, is the power that
they possess in purifying tlio turgid blood, and
expelling corrupt humors from thosvstem.
IIOLI.OWAY'8 P1LI-S consist of acnreful
and peculiar admixture of the llnest Vegetable
Extracts, Herbs, and Medivnnl Gums.
Possessing not a grain of mineral in their com
bination, they never expose those M'ho use thorn
to any danger, ntnnv tiineor season. No moth
er need licsltiito toprescrilio them to their child
ren, and the most delicate constitutions can
use them with as great a bencllt as tlio most
vigorous nnd powerful x'raino.
IIoLLOWAY & Co. Solo Propri'tors,
78 Maiden Lane, New York-
I Trnlln...ntt,a ..111a ...! nl.U. nUK.
B2,la'c, and 1 per box or pot. rA gi'eat saving it
made by buying the large sizes. . Doc. 4.
IlnilroAtl TVoticc.
To the Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. R. Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the annual elec
tion of seven (Ti Itirertora for said Railroad
company will bo held at the principal olllco of
said company ip Gullipolls, Ohio, on
"Wednesday, tho 15th Day of January,
Commencing at nine (0) o'clock In tho forenoon
and closing at four (4) o'clock In tho afternoon
or said Uftucnth day ol January, itro.
T. CT. CADOT,
Secretary of the O,, JdoA. A C, R. R. Co,
Docoinberl8,18i:-td,
SHOTGUN
:ST IN THE WORLD. -Jf
New York Offloe. 27 BEEKMAU ST.
IPlorcil G-uiao
roil 1878.
TIIR GUIDE Is now published Quarterly. l
cents pays for the year, fourmnnbers, which
Is not half tho cost. Those M'ho nltorwnnls
send money totlioniiionntol'Ono Dollar or more
Kir seeds, may ulso order 25 cents worth extra
-i no price piuci lortnounmo.
The Jaiiiinry Nuinber is beautiful, giving
plans Tor milking Itural lloinea, Heslgnt lur
lining Tab!" Decorations, Window Oar.
dens, sc., and containing a mass of Informa
tion invaluabln to tlio lover of flowers. One
hundred and llfty pages, on line tinted paper;
some live hundred Kngrnvlngs, nnd S superb
Colored Plate and lironx, :nvr. The
first edition of Two Hundred Thousand Just
printed In English nnd. Herman, anil ready to
send out, tJAft? KS VIOR, Rqclieater, N, y,
liovvi-eui
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., 0.
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint Jesse Brown,
Ounrilljin nf .la.ncs M. Norris. mliinr. baa
filed lilt account wt'h said AVanl, for parilii
settlement! and that tho same la set for hearing
on the 1 1 tli day of January, A. I), 181.'), ntl
O 'CHICK, I", ill, II. ii, mvi i J,
Doccniiier I8,itrra. it rroiiutu Juiiga. .
Appointment Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tlio undersigned
hna been ftiiiHiintcd and aiiullllnd aa Ailinlu-
fatrntnrof the cslntoof Bebocca Hartley, lute of
Vinton county, Ohio, tlO'Viisi'd. '
N ATIIANIKL HIMONTON,
December 55, lHV2-,8w Adiululstrator.
WISHART ' S PINE TREE
TarCorflial
J
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
FOR THE
TUIIOAT AND LUNGS I
It is gratifying to us to Inform the public
that Dr. L. (). C. Wishart's Pino Treo Tar
Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has
f rained nn enviable reputation from the At
antio to tho I'acillo coast, and from thence to
some of tlio tlrst families of Europe, not thro'
the press alone, but bv persons throughout tho
Stales actually benefitted and cured at his
office. While ne publishes less, so say our re
porters, ho is unable to supply the demand. It
gains and holds its reputation
First. Not by stopping cough, but by loos
ening and assisting naturo to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about the throat
and bronchial tubes, which mutts irritation.
Second. It removes tho rauso of irritation
(Milch produces cough) of tho mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists tho lungs
to act and throw off tho unhealthy secretions,
and purines tho blood.
Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, Ipecac
and opium, of wlHch most throat and lung
remedies aro composed, which allav cough
only, and disorganize tho stomach. 'It lias a
soothing e licet on the stomach, acts on the
liver aud kidneys, and lymphatic and nervous
regions, thus reiicdiiig to every part of the
system, uml in its invigorating and purifying
effects it has gained a reputation which it
must hold above ull others In the ninrkot. -
ISTotlooi
TH3 PINE TREE TAP, CORDIAL,
GREAT AMERICAN
DYSPEPSIA PILLS,
AND
WOIUI SUGAR DROPS,
Boh.ynm.or my linmodtato direction, thev
Dh II 11 twit 1.tA li.,.1. ll... ..IIil l. 11,.
oiiiui nun iwsu vuun v-iiiniviva iiiniiiiiUB UJ VUw
ubv ui uuuttij ami impure nrtiuiu,
IIENlir R. WISHART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
Dr. Ij. Q. f?. Wlshnrt'i Offloe Parlors nre
open on Mnndavs, Tuesdays nnd Wednesdays
from 0 A. H. to 0 P. v., for consultation by Dr.
Wm.T. Magoo. With him aro nssoclntcd two
consulting physicians of ccknowledgod abil- '
Ity. This opportunity Is not offered by any
other institution In tho city.
All lottors must be addrotsed to
L.Q.O. WISHART, M.D.,
Io. 339 lVorfh Second St.
iiiriADirjiii'iiiA.-
Novembor J0,l(J7S.--flm
M'
nolo
B
OoliQ
AS HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
Sent, Tost-paid, on receipt of the marked price.
Wecnn recommend tho following Voc.nl Col
lodion of choice Piano Hongs: "Hhlning Lights,"
(sacred songa;) "(ioblon Leaves," Vols. I. and
II.; "Hearth and Home," "Fireside Echoes,"
"Hwoet Hounds," and "Priceless Gems." Price,
11.15 each in "boards; -J in cloth; Ill.ttO In cloth
and gilt.
Also tho following Instninionlal Collections:
t'Knlry Fingers." "11 agio Circle,"' "Young
Pianist," and "Pearl Drops," lour easy col
lections. 'Musical Recreations," "Pleasant
Memories," "lioldcn Chimes," and " Krilliant
Geins," for more advanced lilnyom. Price of
each book, fl.lG In boards: 'i u cloth : tJS.60 In
clnth and gilt. .
Strauss' Valtses, (ask for Peters' Edition.) In
!vols.,t4 cntdi In boards; 15 la cloth. Novello'i
Cheap Kdltlnn of Plaiio-Forto Classics, consist
ing of lendeHsohn'sroiiiiltn works In 4 vols.,
8va, price II DO each-. Folio Edition, til each;
lisit.hoven's Sonatas. 1 1; Beethoven's Pieces. 'J;
Chopin's Wnllr.es, Polonaises, Nocturnes, Mil
r.urkas, Balljnla, nnd PicIuiIkh, price 4 each;
Schubert's Ten SonaUs, )JI Hchiihert's Piano
Pieces, ); Mor.nrt'a Hnnntns, Weber'l Com
iilete IMnno Pieces, 4; Mcliiiinan's 4D Pieces, Is,
In ordering those, be an re to ask for Novnllo's
ll'llK.lilll. ThnV UNI all lltmiluunitt Ailli Inn.. N.iv.
ellil's Clieiip Vocal Collections I Mother (inoso,
til and $H! llnnileggnr's Sacred Songs, I'i.NI;
Alenilelaaolm's 111 Songs, beiiiitifully bound, 7.fi0(
Hchuman's Vccnl Allium, 18' Moore's Irish Mel
odies, Folio Edition, by Jlalle, B German
voikaiieilor Album, etc.
Slaiiiw's Chilstiuns Carols, new nM old, lllns.
trnted. Price, 4. 'I lia same without illuitrs
tlona, In 8 vols., II onch coinplcto, ll.ftQ.
M.'iii., in voir., ! UIW'II 1 CflllipilltO, .1
Pktkh'i MVHitui, Monthly, prh
eue h, every n uiubiir con t ni n in g at lea
worlh of ninsie. Hound volumes fui
ii'ico no rents
nst 4 dollnrs
for 1WMI. 1S70.
Itni, aud ltflMO each, Addivas,
. . ' , . J. L. rKTERS,
. 600 Broadway, I.vf l'ork.
Couldn't Stand the Flute.
have seen in one of the
papers an article upon "The
Powers of Music, in which the
writer describes how, when he
would play his flute at his parlor
window, a toad would come out
from under the front step and
appear to drink in the delicious
melody with an air of rapturous
exultation. This must be the
man who lived across the. - street
from'usv We have noticed .sev
eral times that a toad came out
and eat on the step when the
man began to play the flute; but
we-?m,jB tiwagbW-ifc -was-for
the purpose of ascertaining what
sort of an idiot it was makii
such a horrible racket in a peace
ful neighborhood. Sure enough,
day before yesterday, when the
playing began, out came the toad,
unable to stand it any longer,
He had another toad with him,
and they went and got the lid
off an old blacking box, and
fixed a string to it, and packed
into it their little store of dead
flies and things, and three or
four small toads, and. all their
domestic comforts, and hitchej
oh that string and began to move,
down the street in search of a
new residence. iYes, animals
have an appreciation of music
and knowing that fact, we have
often wondered how this toad
stood it so close to the man with
Max Adeler.
Who Pays the Fiddler?
An ambitious youth in Charles
ton, Mass., who has little money
of his own, hut a wealthy father,
recently conceived the brilliant
idea of giving a grand party, at
which all the notables of the
country should be present.. He
accordingly sent notes of invita
tion to distinguished men of all
the States of the Union, includ
ing President Grant, Secretary
Boutwell, Chas. Francis Adams,
and Horace Greeley, also en
closing his own photograph.
His orders for hall decorations
were liberal, amounting to $12,
000, flowers alone to the amount
of $5,000 being included. The
owner of the hall refused to al
low the use of the hall without
receiving $300 in advance ; the
young man's father refused to
furnish the money, and the
magnificent party fell through.
The old gentleman, however, has
to spend a few hundreds in tele
graphing the invited guests not
to come, instead of several thous
ands for dancing.
The epizootio has its hu
mors, as well as its inconveni
ences. In many instances it
was necessary to use men where
horses had been employed before,
and in some localities the former
were hitched to carts and wa
gons, and did their work in the
most creditable manner. In-view
of this arrangement, the follow
ing reaches us from Maine :
"A large and powerful but
skittish young man, attached to
a handcart, ran away on Main
street, Bangor, yesterday fore
noon, to the great terror of a
number of ladies on the side
walk. He was caught, however,
before doing any damage."
The4 majority for Greeley in
Maryland is eleven hundred and
seventy votes, a result entirely
and altogether owing to the re
markable fondness exhibited by
some of our friends to stay at
homo "on election day. We im
agine that it will not take much
argument to prove the fact that
it is impossible for the Democ
racy, no matter what may be
their actual numerical strength,
to succeed at the polls, without
taking . the trouble to go there
and vote a lesson that will no
doubt be seriously studied before
another election comes upon us.
Cincinnati street car conductors
also act as tract distributors, and
and they throw down "The Road
to Death," and "The Gospel
Light," without regard to the
feelings of anybody. ;t
"Truth crushed to earth will rise again.
Tho eternal years of God aro hers.'
. This is not one of the "eternal
years." f ' . : '
The Origin of Christmas
Gifts.
Christmas jrifts had their
origin in the-Roman -Paganalia,
which was instituted by Servius
Tullius,;B. C. 550: On these fes
tivals, 'celebrated 'at- the begin-
mug oi. uie year, an altar was .
erected: in every village, and to
the dox placed unon it pverv
. i -, j
man, woman and child was ex
pected to contribute a coin. Au
brey' speaks of a pot in which
Roman coins, were found, and
supposed to be one of these Pag
analia vessels.', The Christmas
. box , . Matnallr'aro.se-lrpm this -Pagan
New-Year's box. There
is an, impressite'j propriety and
tender beauty, however, in thus
commemorating the' event which
gave a Divine Redeemer tp man
kind. ' It is, morever, an equally
appropriate custom which makes
the season one, not only of com
posing and forgetting old' quar
rels, and renewing" and confirm
ing friendships, but for a universal-manifestation
of renerofiitv
and charity from the .rich to the
poor in omen times this benefi
cence extended even to' the low
est animals, a practice to, which
Burns alludes in "The Auld far
mer's Address.to his Mare."
Economy in Coal.
The most practical susrsestion
yet made' toward economy of
coal seems to be tho use of solid
bottoms in ordinary fire grates.
It is asserted, and indeed. proved,
that in any fire-nlace not exces
sively small, a plate of iron
placed upon the grate will halve
the consurarition of coal, reduce
the smoke, and leave a cheerful,
tree-burning fire. Quite suffi
cient air enters through the bars :
no poking is necessary, and the
lire never goes out till the coals
are consumed. There is no ash
and no dust, every particle beiner
consumed. Any householder can
try this experiment, and reduce
his coal bill, say thirty ner cent.
at a cost Of a shilling.
How to Curl Hair.
Take two ounces of borax, one
drachm of powdered gum Sene
gal, one quart of hot water (not
boiling ;) mix, and as soon as the
ingredients are dissolved add
two ounces of spirits of wine
strongly impregnated with cam
phor. Un retiring to rest wet
the hair with the above mixture.
and roll it in papers as usual ;
leave them till morning, when
untwist and form into ringlets.
Hearth and Home savs the
thing to hold in the mouth is a
mouthful of cold water, renewed
every few minutes. It will take
away the craving for tobacco
quicker than anything else, and
is wholly unobjectionable. A
pine stick is the best of any
thing to chew, but the objection
to that, and to anything that is
chewed, that it over exercises
and weakens tho salivary glands.
In quitting the use of tobacco,
quit at once and not attempt to
quit oil gradually.
-Struggle
on to victory.
Never give up when you are
right. A frown is only a con-
traction, and can't last long. A
laugh of derision is but the
modified bark of a cur. If you
can be laughed out of good, or
the good out of you, you are
weaker in intellect than the fool
whose argument is a guffaw,
whose logio is a sneer. .
Ileinrich Yager, a would-be
suicide 6f San Francisco, was
interrupted just as he was about
to fire the fatal shot, by an offi
cer who came in at his wife's
instance, and, greatly enraged
thereat, demanded by what au
thority this "d -d loafer pre
sumed to interfere with a gen
tleman's private affairs."
Edward A. Pollard, the
Southern editor and author, edi
tor of the Richmond Enquirer
during the war, and who subse
quently published a book enti
tled "The Lost Cause " died at
Lynchburg, V a., on Monday eve
ning,- December 16th, aged 45
years.

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