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The IvicArthur Enquirer.
,1. W. HOAVKN, Killlnr mul TillHjier.
Me A lit' I ICR, Out
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Power of Comprahension.
[From Hearth and Home.]
It wits said of TLoreuu, we
iKliovMhiit 'htriuld lake up
.any given number 'of' lead pen-
'ils without counting. A cele
" . '.bpted trapper oncirsui'ei us
that he could tell JhoV nia'iiy
."balls lie hud in liia,uu.lot pouch
by placing his hand on it, and
: without stopping to count them,
and added:" I can tell the
number, of bullets instantly,
. without stopping, as you pro
. '"nounciy a word without spelling
. it", Southey was accustomed
to take in the substance of a
book in turning the leaves over
continuously, glancing down the
. ..' Darres. Houdau, the magician,
: trained himself to quickness of
.. pp.rceDtion. when a boy, by run
ning past a shop window at full
speed, and then trying to tell
what was in it. We once saw
'': a man on a canal boat who was
amusing himself by going from
, passenger to passenger and tell
er ing almost everyone where he
had seen him before, on such a
: train, in such a hotel, in such a
; street, giving date and place to
, people with whom he. had never
exchanged a word. This train
. ingofthe faculties in particular
directions is carried to a mar
': velous extreme by back-woodsmen,
trappers, ' and men ' who
.. .11 i
guess tne weignt oi animais,
. Perhaps the most remarkable
instances are the markers, who
leap from log to log at the mouth
of a boom, standing on the log,
-and translating instantly an old
mark into a new one, remem
bering what equivalent to give
for each of a hundred marks,
' and chopping it upon the log in
the time that it floats its length
It is said that Thoreau knew
the relative order of flowering
of all the plants in the Concord
woods, and knew the note .of
every bird, and a thousand out-of-the-way
Good Counsel to Ministers.
[From Hall's Journal of Health.]
All apologies are founded in
self-deception or pride.
Move directly to your sub
ject; the sooner you get at the
main idea, the better.
One telling illustration is
better than a dozen, even if
each of the dozen are quite as
Let the subject be of such im
portance as to invest you with
an inspiration until the closing
Encourage, rather than scold.
Do not make any points ; two
or three well insisted on will be
longer remembered than half a
Never think of yourself, but
of a soul saved or lost, and Cal
vary. Have only two or three head
ings and one application clear,
short, and to the point, so tuat
it may be still ringing in the
ears of the people as they are
If you can not preach from a
text with aif intimation that a
different translation would iin-
'proveit, select some otJiev pas-
aajre or a different subject
Feel that this sermon may be
Colds. Hero are 'two reci
pes for colds and Coughs, which
are at least seasonable :
1 Take one teacupful, of
flaxseed and soak it all night,
In the morning put into a
kettle two quarts of water, a
handful of liquorice root split
up, and a quarter of a pound of
raisins broken m nan. ijci
thfim boil until the strength is
thoroughly exhausted, and then
add the flaxseed which has
been previously soaked. Let
all boil half an hour or more,
watching and stirring, that the
mixture does not burn. Then
strain, and add lemon juice and
2. Eoil one ounce of flax
sftpd in a miart of water for
half an hour; strain, and add to
(lid liquid the juice ol two lem
f.n jinfl a half Dound rock
ciiridv: If the cough is accom
pnnietl by weakness and loss of
iirmnfito. add half an ounce of
iW iciim arabic. ' Set this
.to simmer for half au hour, stir
ring it occasionally. Take, a
wine glass full when the cough
is troublesome. ;.
I'lTlsiiLKOii has had a modem
: comedy (r errors: A young wifo
ectedher lord; of too great
an .intimacy witb ' tho . comelv
when he acted suspicious,
laid for him. 1 Sending the cook
off, she covered her head with a
shawl and waited in the kitchen
for a confirmation of her sus
picions. Some one rapidly en
tered, shortly after, and she felt
an arm around her waist and
warm kisses on her lips. Then
she threw, .oft' her disguise to
transux the villain on tne spot.
but instead of her husband, she
beheld the biggest, blackest ne
ero . m all that city, it was
the cook's , sable "particular,"
and he had kissed her. Oh
she no longer suspects her luis
[From Hall's Journal of Health.] PROSPECTUS
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS!
resuming Uie publication oi
The Christian Witness on a pevrna
nent basis, we take pleasure in as
suring the readers thereof, and the
Christian Union Churches in par
ticular, and the public in general
that no more suspensions are to
J. W. Bowen, of McArthiir, Via
tou county, Ohio, has become the
Publisher for the Christian Union
General Council of tho Unjitetl
States of America, of The CriRibTiAN
Witness and its other literature, by
an arrangement with him, well e
cured, by the Committees of the said
General Council and Ohio State
Council. The Christian Witness
is the Organ of the said Christian
Union General Council. The Ed
itorof the General Union eontin
ued by the authority of the Counci
in Salem, Illinois, in May, 1872,
will have the sole control of the
Literary department of the paper,
and from his attentive labors of
of the past, we feci certain that his
efforts and zeal will not lessen in
the future. The mechanical work
of the paper will be executed in
harmony with practical ability.
The Christian Witness enters
upon a new and more secure fouu
dation than ever belore, and we
feel free to say to our people : You
need have nofeart of failure undet
the present management.
The condition of affairs are in
complete unison with the General
Union and all alike have equal in
terest, The paper belongs to, and
Is, the property of the " Christian
Union General Council of the
United States of America," and its
success will be a joy to you all,
and a. very important aid in the
success of our cause. Every Min
ister and member of the Churches
of this Union should work ear
nestly, early and late for increased
circulation of their paper. Witli
perfect safety you can take hold
and assure all that the paper will
be forthcoming each week. Let
every one contribute to the success
of The Christian Witness, both in
subscriptions, and matter for its
columns sending all subscrip
tions to the publisher, J. W. Bowen,
and all matter intended for its col
umns to Elder J. V. B. Flack.
The following are the
terms op subscription:
One copy, one year. 2 00
one copy, six mourns a
One copy, three months, BO
Club, of Twenty, at 1 t
Clubi of Forty nd upwards, at 160
An Extra Copy will be sent
FREE for every Ten Subscribers
at the Club Rates.
Any person sending One Hun
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by tho cash, will receive a present
of $10 in cash, iu addition to the
free copies for. each ten names.
The money must accompany each
order, and should be sent iii Post
Ofllce Orders. Drafts, or K opiate red
Tns Christian Witness is a folio
sheet, enlarged from a former size
to thirty-two columns, and contains
tho official matter of the Christian
Union throughout the United States
as well as tho most useful and en
tertaining reading, the market re
ports, etc., etiv ; ;
All printing . required by the
Christian Union brethren, or the
Councils, or; Charge Councils, will
bo faithfully executed in the best
style at the lowest rates. , r
Let an Immediate , and general
effort be made j throughout the
States iu behalf of Tr, e Christian
Witness, and let us hav a general
circulation. It is the purpose of
those having the control of the
publishing interest of The Chris
tian Witness, to hav the circula
tion extend to every Union family,
and to "regions beyond."
We pray God to bless this deci
ded movement to the honor of His
name and the good of tlio cause of
- That all our readers may kuow
who arc the persons having control
of thd Publishing Interests of the
Christian Union The Christian
Witness, Ac.,- their names arc
EtP. 3. V. B. KIACK, Editor.
iUlnesvlllo, Clinton Co., Mo.
,1. W. BOWEN, PuUhhtr.
MoArthur, Vinton C.,Ohlo.
KM. 0. II. T. Aiixtt, ol Indiana,
Klil. I. J. Jonk, f Iowa,
lilil. J. V, B. Ftc, of M Issoiirl,
. V.I.I.". II. Blown, f Illinois, i
... , ... T r Um nf Ohio. t '
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RT.OTTFJRS DAY. HASH.
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PAPEB &G EOST YELOPES !
STANDARD INKS AND STATIONERY !
. O. SWIPT, :
JOURNAL LEDGERS.! &0.
DRAFTS & RECEIPTS,
T ATR0NIZE HOME INDUSTRY
J. Si GOLD,
Ill oflVrlnor our stock to the trailp, wo tcmlor
our ackuowleilfioincnts for the lilieriu pnt-l-oniiire
wo havo heretoforo recvlveit,
ami hope by prom iitnosH ami Mtrii'.t
intCKrity in Liminex to merit
the support nud coulldeiiw'of
tho public. Dur utoek of
Is lftrpc and lino new varieties. Our
Peach, Cherry, Plum
GRAPE VINES, &o.,
Will surpttM any wc have ever before offered
JJsjyOnlers solicited and promptly filled.
JtgSTleaso send for a Catalogue.
(TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS) in I'ro
ni linn!', lor aiDinnuiion among inv
Subsc.ribore of the
WEEKLY EN QUIRE Ml
XIV AFHIIi, 1873.
The number oi nrcniiiims are nlwuys In
croftHKl when tl)e numburof name exceed the
numncr calcuiateii upon.
We now offer the following:
. 1 Cush Premium of
ill) ( ash I'remiums or $100 each
00 Stcm-windiiiK Watches. tW ench .
100 CiiKh I'rem iiiins of SCO cuch
S00 " ' of $10 each
100 " ' of $5 each
100 'i " of 3 each
100 " " ' of ti each
1279 tlisccllar.eous Trent's, $2 to $10 each 7,200
Making a Total of TWO TIIOt'SAXD Pre-
niuin. worm iwisn tiiuisamj
Kvorr subscriber who rem I In 2.00 for a
ear's subscription will have his name regis
pred. mid will be furnished liv return nmil a
receipt, giving tliedute and number to which
his nimio is registered, said number being
represented by a implicate in tiicuisTriijiiiioii.
Audits seiiiliiifl 10 names and J-.ll.00 ui one
time receive a five paper one year and have
their names registered as pprticipants for
Rpecmiens oi topien, i-usivrs, i-reiiiitiin
niimhlet and Subscription Blanks sent free
persons desiring them. Address
FAKAN Sc McLEAN,
t2-tl'.-wie) Cincinnati, Ohio.
M ANlTACTrUEKS OP
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware 1
Sloven, ( lotlics Wringers, Cutlery, Itritnula
nnd KlockTin are, fcnnmelted Hol
low Mare, Refrigerators, Ice
Clients, Water Coolers,
Ice Cream Free
I n ires,
FiirnlsliliiK Good Generally!
Wholesale and Retail.
Proprietors of the
Patent Adjustable Stove Shelves
The mosl useful Invention of the ago. Solo
Agent lor ftl'KAR'4 M Olll.ti uKNOWKKD ANli
Anthracite Coal Heatiner Stoves
Solo Agents for the
Tom Thumb Cnrbon Oil
Tills little Stove Is tho Wonder of the Day,
and the only article of the kind that will give
you entire satisfaction.
GROCERS' OOOm A SPKCfAUTY
Jan. 1-1 in.
JSTABLISHED IN 1838.
. TBW LAKOKSr AMI) BEST STOCK OK
JP U It 'IV I T U R E
WIST OF TIIK HOlh'TAINS,
OF OCR OWNM ANIIFACTI'RE, will be
roun.1 at the MiMKUIH FIJllHlTUhli E3TAB'
C O. HAMMER So SON,
The newest nnd must upproveil styles of Fine
and Medium Furniture, In Inrger variety than
nuy other bouse, at very reasonable prices.
Persons furnishing houses would do well to
write lor our new circular, or wiion in rum
burgh we respectfully solicit a visit In our
warerooms. ixm t lorget tne place,
46, 48 & 50 Seventh Avenue
We Challenge the World In prices for
tne samu quality or inntorini ani worKtnan
ship of ourgoodn novi7-8in
LEMON & WEISE,
Tho old and well known firm of Lemon ft
W'clse, of Pl'ITMBL'ROIl.PA., Maiiiiliicturers
Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
. II IVK REIIOVRD TO
111 FOURTH AVENUE,
VuppiiBitu muir vni niiiini,
'here they continue the business In nil III
t -1 , , l. l r, l i , , 1
OLDEST IN THE STATE.
B. F. BROWN & CO.,
, llflHitilllincld8l., Pittsburgh, Pa, -Collect'
Pensions. Bounties. Prise money.
4c, fto. Special attention paid to napendea
and reiecMclaltni. 4pDllcatfcmihyniall at.
IJ19 Hamden Foundry Company
Having purchased this well-known Foundry,
at iimmlon. v niton county, oiuo, nun ui-
pucu ii wiiu an inu
Latest Btylei of Patterns ami Jlactluery.
At great exiiense, are now nianufavtiirlng
every description ol
HOLLOW WARE, PLAIN HEAVY I AST
. IN(i3FOR FUItNA(.KS,t)IIAFTINU,
STOVKS, URATES, FRONTS.
CANE Ml U.S. WAGON
JIOXKS, PLOWS, ' .
And Castings of Every Description.
Tho attention of th, public Is culled &i the
great variety of
COOK AND PARLOR STOYEPI
Which they nro enabled to sell cheaper than
elsewhere. The great advantage of purchas
ing Stoves nt this Foundry is, you don't have
to nay exorbitant prices for odd plates lor re
pairs as you do when you purchase elslivliere.
A good ajsqrtmpntof I
Sheet Iron & Copper Ware,
Kept on haud. This Foundry, being u
Ami the proprietors iirnuticnl woikuuin.who
iittcnu strictly to business, we can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them direct to tho people! U'1'
wholesale prices at which t lie same goods lire
offered by Vinton County dealers. : If yoi:
want a good article at a low price, give us a
Highest nrlco onld for old Brass. Cornier.
and Scrao Iron.
Persons desiring Castings for Patent nights
will please seud us their orders,
KHPAIHINQ OF ALL KlNDfl NEATLY DONE.
IIAMPEX FOUSDSY COMPAXY,
September 25, 1872. lieed's Mills P. O.
Patentee aud .Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &o.
Clarksburg, West Va.
THE Grist Mills, beiiiv
pin-table, are on
I mn Frame, anil
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT.
And the bout Mill w mi'l0 fr MrTtllltTS ol
irrinilinir! run lie eusilv lltlached tltaw MilU
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Flour ami illvnl of a superior iiiulity i 1-
greater into ol speed than any other Mill,
without heating or other difficulty tin
weight being 1,400 pound", occupying only It
feet squnro on tho floor. Will irtiml 20 to fib
bushels per hour. If within thirty days, tin
Mill does not prove .satisfactory, it may be re
turned nud money nud nil charges refunded. '
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is eiinrnnteed to make two holes to
ono of any other; does its work rap
idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
IIV ONE DAT!
No fault can be found with it aftei
trial. Kent to any one on trial wh
will send me the endorsement of tin
Post Master. Agents wanted.
Clarksburg, W. Vn.
Farmers and others can sec, thej
Post-Holo Borer at Uio ExorinEifi
KEEP THE BLOOD TO!)
And the health of th tyatei
will follow. There lsi a prenari
tion of Iron anil Poke Itot
mora eOectual than all oilier
which will remove from yoi
yatein the Impure and vitiate
blood which causes disease, en
at the aame time build up you
health and strength Itnev
fall to cor. If yon liav
or the Eyea or Kara, o
Serofnl In anj form, Tei
tr, White ftwelllng. l,
Horn. Ulcera,or Mcrofalon
Inflamniatlon, you an rel
on being cured with this prone
ration known as Ir.lrnnk
t'omponnd Ayrnp of I'ok4
hook. aineomaiiamr I'nln
in ummer uonea,vonntltD
;tlona brokeudown by Mercti
iini v VI.11VB fuiwiiin. nm Ml
cured by It. For Mypnilla, o
8yphllltle taint. Uiertlsnotl,
lug equal to it. A trial wil
prove IU '
Bcantll your Complexion.
So not nse paint or powder, but got a inor
Pnrmanent beauty by purifying your blooc
his preparation of Iron and I'oke Boo
nakes a rough and scaly akin aoft undsmootl
lhangea Hint sallow complexion to one c
fresh neM and health, and remove any Ernn
Uve Itlaeaae of the Nkln, I'iuinieit, I'm
tnlea, lllotehe A Eruptions. If you wlsl
foay oheekaand alienlthy oomplpxiou use Ui
jrook'a Compound Byrupuf Polteltoot. '
" utu is Kiccmir," " oood iicunwa,"
i-SPRING rLOWERS," "StTMMFH rL0WEB8,"i
"4WAIkll"nil" AbLItC!" m
k win ik. inicrir wrrutv ,i mm.y runts-.
TU AT noKI (CaolU.Ud),I,r 14.00.
Tw of thwCbromM wt th ilu Of "WulaJ
Awsu us rai aiiMpi" tin euan
latwribm hralifarf AT ON CI
wim out cuomoc
ui MMko btiUr Urro .
rtlo aalhan wlthujr A
This Is to Inl'orin all Dealers In Proprietary
Medicines and other, that we havo given
the exclusive sale of Or, II ADCLIKPK'S great
remedy, . , ;
Seven Seals or Golden Wonder
To 8 A M I' K T II KK V KW, Sr.. Zaleski,Ohlo,fole
A Kent for Vinton Comity, Htato of Ohio. We
have been receiving application to fill orders
for the SEVEN 8KA1.H OH (JOLDBN WON.
IiKIt from parties in tho above and adjoining
counties. Jlercafter all orders from the aliovc
county miiat be addressed to the aliove Agent
In order to rocalve attention.
Mr. HAMUEL 11EEVEH, Sr.,
Keeps a large supply on hand, tail Is ready to
fill orders and establish sub-agents iu nld
' L. C. K KXNEDY ft CO., .
Proprietor, Plttsburo, Fa.
fl w TvrAflAZINEl "
I 1" . .
A mRKiiilli'ont I'rlw, RiirpRHHliiR nil previoiu
offer. Kuril mbscrlbcr to l)cmoroKtf Mn(i
niiio, at :i.0U a yeiir, will lie pri'HCiitcil villi a
iirt'uiiinn of mi elvgaut ( Iiwiiiob, coinpiinlon
ulotuifn of the two mont diwlnililo mul iiiiii
lnr BubJecW in Anierlcn the Knll of Niiijrmn
and ywoniile Falls. SIo ut jdutureK, 1U, by
beautiful plot urea painted from nature by ono
of thollrst artists in America, give the most
popular views of those interesting and sub
lime objects, and are faithful reproductions of
the orlglnuls. TUo Grand Old Niagara, with
Its Immense body of water falling one hun
dred aud sixtv feet, sending up ilenso clouds
of sprav to reflect In brilliancy nnd beauty
the vivid colors of the rainbow, is so clearly
depicted that, in Ininginiitlou, you hear Us
mighty roar. Tho Yosciiiilo, with Its lofty
mountains towering to the silvery clouds, and
If stupendous falls of sixteen hundred Icot,
Impressing with Its awful grandeur, and lin
ing thcinind with dellgll und wonder.
These two Clironios aro the best pictures
over publWied for Ton llolliu-s, and will be
sent, mounted and varnished, by mail, a
premium lo me yearly Three Dollar subscri
ber to our Monthly Magazine.
lender, jmt think, 'I WO btttullful Cltrouioi
of Xttigara l Yotemitt.
These pictures are veritable - gems, and
worthy of being enshrined in fin honored
place III our hollies, They will be presented
lo vearlv subscribers on receipt of Three
Dollars.'aiul i:igit cents for postage, with
your full name and address.
Kverv home iu Aniorleasbould possess these
Invaluable Illustrations uf ail nnd beauty,
nnd no person of (ante mnl enterprise can af
ford to bo without the Model Maynzine, which
has been greatly enlarged nnd now contains
the essentials of all others, including the use
ful, the Entertaining and Uio llenutiful, with
Original Stories, l'oems and Popular Muslu
by the best authors, Home Matters iu all their
details, (jariluulng, Architecture, and fill the
utilities, beauties anil novelties of Literature
calculated to inlike our homes useful, attrac
tive and happy profusely illiislrnted, and a
splendid voliiiiio for binding for the center
table at tho end of the year, hinglo copies, 85
cents. Splendid Inducements fur agents and
premiums for clubs.
V. JKNXIXtiS DKMOrtKST,
wfte 8M Jirondway, New York.
Unquestionably the best Sustained
Work of the kind In the World."
NOTICES OP TUG l'RKS8.
The ever-Increasing circulation of this ex.
ccllcut nioutlilv proves its continued adaption
to isipiilar .desires und needs. Indeed, when
we think into how many homes it punotrulcs
every month, we must consider it as one of the
educators as won as entertainers or tne public
mind, for its vast oonularitv has been won lv
no appeal fo stupid prejudices or ilepravid
tastes. HoKttm Olnhr.
The character wdich llilu Miignzlnepossossoe
for varletv, enterprise, artistic wealth, and
litorary culture Hint lias kept pace with, if it
lias not leu (lie times, snouni ciii.eo its conduc
tors to regard it with jiistilinblo complacency.
It also entitles them to a greater claim upon
the public gratitude, The Magazine has done
goon ami not evil nil tne days or us me.
Brooklyn Kayle. . ,
SUB8CKI PTIO J"S.-J 873.
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In one remittance; or, Hix Copies for S0 00,
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A Coinnlete Set of 11 timer's Magazine, now
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umes, by mail, postpaid, fl 00, Cloth cases,
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HAH PER & BROTH EUS, New York,
THE fill ASl) PHIXCIPI.K that onernles in
these wunderfnl medicines, is the power thai
they poess in purifying the turgid liloim
and expelling corrupt humors from the sya.
IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS emisist of a careful
and pqi uliar admixture of the llnc.-.t Vegeta-
tile Extracts, Herbs, nnd Medicinal (Jimis.
I'OHSeMting not n grain of inineial in tbcii
lOinbination, they never e.ose tlione who use
.hem tounvdanirer. at anv time or sensoii. No
mother need heitate to pieRi-ribo them to
iheir children, and the most delicate rontitu
tions can use them with as great hciicllt as the
most vigorous and powei fill frame. 4
IIOLLOWAY to!, SOLE PKOHHIETOIIS,
8 Muldcn Lhiic, New York.
Hollowny's Pills and Olntnient are sold IU
!5e, tWi', and fl per Ihix or iwt. A gi-eat sav
ng Is niado by buving the large i.e.
Dec. 4. .
IIAVINfl been engaged in the study and
iractlceof Dentistrv for fifteen years, and a
local piactitloner in Jackson for six years,
ti ml having availed myself of all the
Konoru Improvements iu Dental Soience.
r would roipeclfiillv snv to the citizens of
Mr Arthur and vicinity that I am fully pre
inied to manipulate all the vmious hinncho.
if the science. Prices us low as the lowest.
Work ns good as tin; bent. Persona cmiiiim
I'riini a dislance wishing to remain until thelt
ivnrk is dune will bo entertained lit my pri
v'lito residence It ce,
KTI1KH SVHA .XI El.KC Till CITY
t'seil In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction ccinipniiitivcly painless. A female
attendant alw ays on hand to wait upon ladies,
jiveine a call.'
H. T. IlOtiGUSH, Denlist,
Slav 15, 189-ly. Jackson, O.
10,000-IIOW TO OBTAIN IT I
AGESTti WANTED. Part leuliirHand sam
ples sent on receipt of stamp. NO CAPITAL
M. DlTTON ft, t'0.,l(M Broadway, N. V.
Cntiirrh, Consumption nud Itlieiimatlsm
iiniuedinlo relief and u puriiiaiieut eure
ituaniiiteeil In every case. Particulars sent
free. Addicss tLINTON MEDICAL INSTI
TUTE, 1-H East Kith Ht., N. Y.
EKHOIIS OF YOITTI1. ltltles and Pro
strltilions tbiit will cuie any case of Sem
inal Weakness, Eniissioim, Ac, and rest me
lost manhood to perfect heullh. Hunt Emke
To A lib, bv one wlio has suffered and Is now
iitrcd. Address, with stamp, Kiioak TitK
maing, Station ()., Now York,
I OVE AN1 MATIIIMONY. The affection
I J tn ity lo gained by following simple rules,
and nil niav marry happily w ithout regard to
wealth, age or beauty. Address, with stump,
JUtiAM liUOli.l.K Di'.MAitltn, iiiblo House sta
tion, N. Y, lee..4-ly
S, M . Aguots,
It don't pay
vnu to fight
the best Ma
vy and sell It.
"DOMESTI0" S. M.C0, 98 ChtmbcnSt W.T.
OF A. L. HUNTER.
Notice Isborebv orlvcn that the undersigned
lias lieen appointed Administratrix of thees
lateof Abrain L. Hunter, Into of Vinton couu-
... lit in iliiitnnuilil.
rersons having claims ngalust said estate
are notiUeil to urenent tlieiu as siieeillly As
possible. KLUKUJA HUNT Ell.
THE "LIGHT MNING"3r?T
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
. Notice Is hereby lvun that sealed proposals
Will bo received at the Auditor's Ofllce, iu
McArl.hnr, Vinton county, Ohio, until S o'clock
r. u., on .
,' I ! I):
Monday, the 10th Day of Febru
ary, A, D. 1873, :
For tho building of , ,j v.; ' '
TWO C O V E RED BR IDG 15 S
Across Middle Fork of Salt Creek, iu Rich.
laud Township, in said County.
One llrhljre about ono mile west of Allens-
viiie, near I'Jiiocn Kutter's Aim, tone erected
nl tho old bridge site, upon tho old abut
One Krldgo with Stone Abiitnicnts, near the
resilience of Harrison Lyle, nliont )i mile
south of Allensvllle.
CONTItACTOlt'3 TO FIRNISH ALL
Plans and Hpccillcatlons aro on file, for In
spection, nt the Auditor's Oftlce.
Contractor's will bo roipilrcd to give bond
and serurlly to the satisfaction of tliocountv
DoiiiiiilssioneiM fur the faithful performance
of the w ork. ,
The Commissioners rosorvC tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of ounty Commissioners.
W. W. 15ELFORD,
A MlHor, Vinton County.
January IB, 1H78.-4W.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. NOTICE
Of Intention to Build County Infirmary,
TO CONTRACTORS.' ' ' , ? .
NOTICE is lierebv iriven that tho Commis-
sioinrs of Vinton Countv, uliio, Intend to
erect a building for a County Infirmary, on
the lauds lately purchuscd by said Commis
sioners of Isaac I'lloin, for Inlfrninry purposes,
situate in Elk township, of said comity.
The said Comuiissioners have procured to be
made by an architect a full, complete and ac
curate plan of snid Inllrnmry building, which
said plan show s nil tho nncossury details of
tho work to bo dono, and affords all needful
information to parties who are expected to
bid thereon, iiud who aro hereby invited to
iiiuke bids and proposals for tho furnishing of
till the material und performing all the work
in the construction of said Inllriuarv building.
The said plan and specifications are on llle Fit
the Auditor's office of said county, and are
open to the Inspection of all persons'interes'.e.l
in the examination of tho samo.
The said Commissioners prnposo to locate
the said Infirmary building Immediately noi Mi
of the dwelling house ou said In Urinary furm.
Tho sevoral bids that inav be made' for the
constructing of said Jnflrinary building will
bo opened at the: Auditor's cilice, iu eaid
comity of Vinton, on
Friday, January 31st, A. 3D. 1873.
at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M.; until which
timo snid proposals for tho same will be re
ceived ut (lie Auditor's olllce, and tho con
tin t awarded nt that time, or nt a time there
after to which the said Commissioners shall
then publicly adjourn the consideration of the
Tito snid Commissioners will also, on the
said antli day of January, A. I). IHTJ, before
awarding any contract, hear
PETITIONS FOIt AND 1IEMONSTRANCE8
the proposed construction of said Infirmary
building and the location thereof,
liy order Commissioners of Vinton Countv:
W. V. HELEOKD, '
Auditor Vinton County.
BAPTIST Dt'KBIX, of Knox countv, Ohio,
John Durbin, (ieorge Dtirbln; Jane,' wife of
Daniel Horn; Hebeccn, wife of til is Asliburnj
J nines Durbin, Morris Ihirhln, George Dur
bin, Samuel linrhiii, Jlnptlst Durbin, JJcnja
iiiin Durbin, Joseph Durbin; Aiioru, wife of
Dial; llannali, ilauglitor of John
Durbin, doceast'i";: ami wife, of and Jlarv,
.laughter of John Durbin, deceased; and wife
of . ; WillinmTriillingcr, and Ja-
.ob Trullliiger, residing in Favulto countv,
Illinois; Anina, wifo of Michal Jlatinglv;
Mai v, wifo of Nathan Mntinglv; Joseph Dur
um, JInrv Durbin and Einilv Durbin, residing
in Muskingum county, Ohio: Elizabeth, wife
f Mat tin Engle; John Durbin, William Dur
ilu, Ceorge Durbin, James Trullengerj Mar
tini, wife uf Joseph llechtol; Lonina, wife of
lobn 'Marshall, residing in Knox countv,
bio; Fi am is Durbin and Charles Durbin, re
liding in Tiiscnrawiis countv, Ohio; Hiram
I'rulliiiirer, residing In Aslitafmln countv, and
Michael Trull inger, whose place of residence
is uiikimwn, will tnko notice Hint Patrick
Kell... executor of James Durbin, deceased,
if the county of Vinton and Slate of Ohio, did.
in the 7li dny of Jaiiuarv, A. I). 1KI3, llle hi
.ictilioii in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and for said county of Vinton and Slate of
Ohio, against the said persons herein before
mentioned, defendants, setting forth that ho,
Patrick Kelly, was the dulv appointed ami
pialitled executor of thu last w ill end testa
ment of James Durbin, deceased; that the
.icrsoiis named in this notice and made de
fendants in hiiiil action, were relatives of the
aid James Durbin, living nt the time of his
decease; Hint be, Patrick Kellv, ns executor,
lias disponed of all the propcrtv speeillcallv
'leiiuenthed In said will as therein direetecf;
and that Baptist Durbin, defendant, brotlim
jI said James Diirhin, deceased, claims all
die balance of said estate to the exclusion of
all the oilier rolaiivos of said James Durbin ;
thai in said will there Is doubt and anihlgiiitv
as lo who is entitled In receive tho balance o'f
mid estate; and asking the court for a eon
ittiictlon of said 1H, ami for direction as to
die manner iu which lie, the. said executor,
dinll disiribute Hie funds remaining in his
Said petition will be for hearing at the Kob
'ii n ry lenn of said court, commencing Febru
ary nth, or as soon I hereafter as the same can
be heard. PATRICK KELLY.
By Jons M wo, bis Att'v.'
January 8, lKI;).(lw.
Beware of Counterfeits !
JOB MOSES' 81 VCTb?"'8
art tatentively oonsTinniTSD. Dlilunttl Druf
gUtt tndrnvor to nit the counttrftttt tomakt rrtitter
frofltt. Tilt genuln hart th namsnf Job Msms
on each packag. All otisrt an uorihltH imitation;
Th GBNniM Pllli am unfulllnit in tha ours of all
thoss pnlnful and dangoroui diicase to which th
femnl constitution It stibloct. Thoy modsrat all
xoesma nd romor all obitructloni. from frhat
TO RIARRTBD TADIF3
thsTirs partlcuUrly suited. Thoy will In a short
time brlnir on the montliy porlod wlthrsruitrityi
and although rsry nnirorfiil, cuntnln notbin hurt
ful to thn conntitatlnn. In all cues of Nervous nd
Spinal Atroctlnns, Palm In th Hack snd Limbs,
Futiiriio on sllir1" exertion, Palpitstlon of the Ilsnrt,
Hvstorlcs and Whites, they will Hoot a cure when
all other means h ive fnllnd. The olmilnri (round
eaoh paoksge alvo full directions and advice, or
will be sent froo to all writing for them, lealed
N. B. In ll casoi whore the oisnsa cannot b
obtained, Ono Dollar enolnsod to the Bole Proprle-
iir, nunus, is uoniannt Bt,, new lora.wiii
i r, mwMi ui;.ai so vviiumi, D,,, i.vn lull, win
Ininro bottle of the fenulm, eontnlnlnc Flrty
tine, oy return man. eceurfiy tsaiiei irom stay
no wledie of Its oontent.
RELIEF IN TEN Ml NOTES.
nnviviu pnr.MfiNTr) Wktrnvm
Cure Uocoiis, Coi.ns, Asthvu, BsnsoniTis, Sosi
TunoiT, Hoarsssish, llirrioci.T HsitTSiaa, la
oiriiNT OossiiMrTionASDLtrso Disiisis. Thoy
have no taste of modlclne, and any child will tike
tliem. Thoitssn'ls hsve been restored to health thst
had bt fore deinilrod, TollmonyjrtTn In hundreds
t. Now York.
Price .lit cen n
tor, 18 OortlnndtS
Price 31 cen n per
THtTCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAMARRFi'S 8PKCTFTC PILLS.
Prrpirod bv ), OAHANOlKttJI
No. til flue Lombsnl, Paris.
Those nllls sre hlably reoommendod by the entlr
Medical Faculty of Frsnoo M th very beat rrmedy
In all flisei of Bnermatorrhms, or flomlnnl Wenk
nnsst Nlubtly.Dillvor PrmfitrBinlloni; 8i
nnl WeilnoorJmpo(ni-v; Weakneie risinfrom
floorot Habits nd Hexnul Ktoemei ; RtlatatUm of th
Oenttnl Organs WeakHiilne: DoposlU in tin Urine,
and all the Rbattly train of Diseases ariein from
Overuse or Kweesei. They eurs whenallotherrem
edlei full, famnhlet of Advice In caen box, or w 111
be sent Vree toany addrsas. Prlee Ml ptir nox.
Bent by mall, iKurrly iraleifromatl ohurvallon, on
reoorntnf nnoe. OSCAR (i. MOBKS, IHOoKTLAIDt
Ft.. Niw York, Bole General Agon t for America.
A BOOK FOK THE MILLION
Marrlad er tlione asoal u
aiirry on iba pbyfllulocleal
my alarlaa aud ravalallontol
lha aaiual vimbb, with the
lalaal dluerarlM In praeuini an iranaua enapnei,
Thlil. an Inura.llui work afiws tnnsred and (Illy
p....,wllh eiimtroue infrarlaia, and tootalea talaabla
bifernullnn fur thoao who are niarrlod.orootittmpletoiaar.
rl.ao. mill lila boot that oujh i lo at kopiauaei leek
and kar. and sollald oaraloaal; about lha kouae.
1 1 onnlalne Ilia oup.rl.nco and ad r loo e I a phrnalaa
wheat reputation la warld-wlda, aud ahoeld beta tke pr.
lloba. 1 1 oeabreoea e.er.ihlos oa Ike lublool e f tha (ta
tratlrs a.iuui that la worth knowinf,ea4 aisak that U
Dot rmbllihod In any elhor work.
Rant to any ant (fret ef poataiol tar Tiny olU.
Aodrenllr. Built' liaptiiavr,Mo. iaM.lhlkllrtl
(I. Ualt, tie. , ;
llotlca to tha Affile, ed ui UalbrtunU.
Mtfore arplln t k arioua ouaoki wha edTerll.e I
tinblit p.or.,er ualiw any quack ranadlia etrutt Pr.
lliitlt' wnrk no niattar wkaleurdliaaaala, ar how tiler
al.tr your oudu!in. ,
nr. tlulia Kilea a do'iM lieae f Iwtniywae
return 1 1 a I li4orM.it by aonio o I III emit eolebral.d ani'dl.
(ilirofMor.nf llilaiiouiiiry and Kaiora, ami ran poe.a
liitn.l 1,'t.mmiU. or br nialt, on ihodli.B.o. m.iiiloue,! In
lil.w,.rl. ntuf mnl in,lor,Ko. I IN. Klflilk lirttl,
lii'twoan liarleitiilli Ulitaaut, Nl, lull, III. .
I TTTISHART'S FINE TREE
r, . , . , .--i .... i
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
' KOIt THK
THROAT AND LUNGS I
It Is gratifying; to us to Inform the public
that Dr. L. O. (J. Wlshart's Pino Tree Tar
Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has
f allied an cnvlalilo re)iitatlon from the At
untie to tho I'aeillu roast, and from thence to
some of the first families of Kuropo, not thro'
tho press alone, but bv persons throughout tho
Htutos actually benefitted and cured at his
olUee. While lie publishes less, so say our re
porters, he Ib unable to supply the demand. It
gains ami holds its reputation
First. Not by slopping- cough, but by loos
ening and assisting nntiiro to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about the throat
and bronchial tubes, tcilrh eaittrt irritation.
Beconil. It removes the eauso of irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to aot and throw off the unhealthy secretions,
and puriHes the blood.
Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac
and opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies are composed, which allay rough
only, and disorganize the stomach. It has a
soothing effect on the stomach, acts on the
liver anil kidneys, ami lymphatic, and nervous
regions, thus reselling to every part of the
system, and in its Invigorating und purifying
effect! it has gained a reputation which it
must hold aliove all other iu the market.
THE PINE TEEE TAB CORDIAL,
WORM SUGAR DROPS,
Beiug under my Immediate direction, thoy
sliall not lose their curative qualities by the
use of cheap aud impure articles.
HENRY R. WISIIART, Prop'r
FREE OF CHARGE!
Dr. L. Q. C. Wlshart'a Ofllco Parlora are
open ou Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 0 a. M. to 0 P. M., for consultation by (Jr.
Wm.T. Magoe. With him aro associated two
consulting physicians ol' ccknowledgett abil
ity. This opportunity la not offered by auy
other institution In the city. . -1
All letters must be addressed to
L.Q.O. WISHART, M.D.,
No. 233 North Second St.,
- November SO, im-.-0m
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. ,-'. , ..iv " .'.:..,-" '.
THE ROMANCE OF CURE !
The many evidences of extraordinary cures
that are dally reported as effected through
'; DR. RADWAY'S
Heady Itolief nnd rcrfnet Purgative Pills, in
written testimonials from nil parts of the
world, surpass in wondertlioniost extravagant
miracles of enchantment. Phvsicians and
medical men iu all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither,
tbelrselenceof analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, these medicines effect tho
mostmarvclnuHcnros,and restore thedying to
life, and relieve tho most wretched pnin-suf-ferlng
victim of bis tortures, in from onr lo
twrnty minutes, nnd although they know some
of tho ingredients uf their composition, and Dr.
Railway has published their formula (with
holdlngonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Gorman, English and American
chemists and pharmaceutists uttcrlv fall with
the same lugrediuu ts as prepared by them. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in the great se
cret of combining thu ingredients together,
afterexercisingduocaroiu selecting the pure
and genuine routs.
SAKSAPAIilLIilAN KKSOliVKNT, lil'.ADV
Ulil-IKFA UADWAV'SPII.LH, are without,
parallel in the History of Medicine, for I here
are some inllrinities and diseases that 111 econ
sidored as incurable, and sum death. Yet the "
most astounding cure have been made thro'
these remedies of some diseases that havo nev
er been known to be cured bv medicine.
cI'H,l,;W,,,"V.!ON' HUlu'WLA. , WHIT IS
SWELLING, Tumors in the Womb, Klouiach,
Ovaries, llowols, lirlght's Disease of the Kid
ney that have been pronounced inciiiiiblev
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Htone Iu the Mad
der, Calculous ConcretioiiH, Ulcers and Sores of
tho Hones, Rickets so deeply sealed that no
other medicines have been known to reach,
have been cured by the 8AHHAPAHILI.I A N
UEHOLVKNT, aided by ilio lilvADV Iftl.lKK
and PILLS. ' i
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Gangene that threat
ens a living death dully rotting away of tho
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi iu tho llladder (tho
Kmpcror Napoleon's disease). Torturing painsi
when discharging urine, HilKUMATIBM,
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one or
these complaints though but a few of 1U0
many other diseases, Railway's Sai sapnrillisu
Resolvent has cured and isdaily curing in all
parts of tho world,
In one word, any dlsense no matter uiiilcr
what nnino designated, that Is nourished or
Increased by bnd, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
SOLVENT ' SAKSAPAUUil.IAN RK
Dr. Railway Co.' have hover claimed onc
hnndrcth part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by the people
who have used them; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints ns Dr. Railway,
aftersuccessful treatment with their remedies
know they would cure, were enumerated in
their curative list, so that ninny of thocxli unr..
dinary cases that havo been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial agents ns in those who bud been
rescued from ilcath, and Hindu whole and,
Asmany persons dlncredtted their extraor
dinary power, from tho fact of their disap
pointment In the use of other advertised reme
diesand Homo believed it impossible for
simplo medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Ac, should posses
such marvelous power. Vet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed by nature in the cow and
chum, furnishes us with butler certainly tiro
most abundant fat, caloric or hcat-niu Ring
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for tho human body.
Hut when those people who'flrst doubt the
efllcacyof these remedies commence their use,
they become tlielr most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY SAFK It SURE Rl'MKDY FOIt
TAPE, PIN, A WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a nmilicinc taken Internally, been
known to havo cured Tumors, either of the
Wnmh. ITtiU'iiu llu,i,-i.,u l(.il. tl.n L-t.irn.
has been the sole reliance in the hniiils of ex
perienced surgeons; liul Dr. Radwnv's Sar
saparillian nettles this question. It litis cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts und
Tumors, n well as Tumors in the llowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical KlViiMinn,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured by
IlKVKHl.Y, Mass., July 18, 1K09.
Dlt. ItAPWAY: 1 blue bail Ovarian Tumor
In tho ovaries aud bowels. All thu doctors
said there was 110 help for it. 1 tried every
thing that was recommended, hut nothing
bellied 1110. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try it, but hud no faith in It, bcetiuso
I had suffered forlSyenis. I took six bottlim
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Helicf,nii(l
there is not 11 sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and 1 feel better, minuter and happier
thai) I havo for l'J "years. The worst tumor
was In the left sido of the bowels, over tho
groin. I write Ibis to you for the benefit of
others. You can publish it if vou choose.
HANNAH P. KNAI'P.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From n prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
Nnw YOKK, Oct. lllh, 1870.
Dr. Raiiway Hear Sir: 1 am induced by a
sense of duty to the sull'ering to make a brief
statement of tho working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I have been afflict
ed with some trouble in the bladder nnd urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted In a most terribly a filleting disease, which
the physician nil tulil was simsmodic stric
ture lu tho itrelba, as also inllamiilioii of the
kidneys mid bladder, and gavu it as their
opinion Hint my ngo 78 yenrs would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a largo
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
moeopathic, but got no relief. 1 had road of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; nnd some four months ago I rend a
notice in tiie Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on-n per
son who had long been sufforing ns I had been.
I went rlgUt oft and gut some of each your
Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Itcgiilutlng Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Prleo one dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, anil nt Dr. Railway's, No. 81
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
KADWAY'S READY RELIEF! I
Cures the worst Pains in from 1 to SO minutes!
Jftjy-NOT ONE HOUR lifter rending this
nilvc I'liscmcut need any one sutler with pain.
RADWAVS READY RELIEF
Is n cure for every pain. It was the first and
is the only I'ain Remedy that Instantly Btops
the most excruciating pains, allays liillaniuia
tlons, and cures congestions, wnether of the
Lungs, Stomach, Dowels or oilier glands and
organs, by 0110 application, in from ono to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating thu pain, the Rheumatic, lied
ridden. Infirm, ( rippled. Nervous, Neuralgic
or Illustrated with dlsense may sillier,
' RA I) HM VA' RE A D.Y RELIEF
M ill afford Instant ease:
Inllamnintloii of the Kidneys, Iiilliiiiimntiou of
the lllndiler, Iiillamiiintioii of tho llowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Horn Throat, Dilll
cult llrentbipg. Palpitation of the Heart, Hys
terics, (roup. Iilptbei'la, Catarrh, inline iua,
Headache, Tonllmche, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds. Chills, Ague Chills,
Tho application of the Ready Relief to the
part or purls whuro tho pain or dlllleiilty ex
ists will afford ease and comfort,
go Drop in 1 half tumbler Water will,
In a few minutes, cure Cramps, Hpnsms, Hour
Stomach, lleurlbiini, Sick ilendache, Dlar
rhccii, Dysentery, Colic, Wind In the llowels,
ami all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Railway's Relief with them. A few drops Iu
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is' better than French
brandy or Hitlers ns a stimulant.
fever. V2sraz) ague.
Fever anil Ague cured for AO cents.
There in not a liiundlal agent in this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all flint
Malarious. Billions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) ho
quick as Railway Heady llellef. M) cents per
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly (Minted, for tho
cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver,
llowels, Kidneys, llladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Cosllveness, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, ililloiisnoss, Ulllous Fever,
Inflammation of the llowels. Piles and all de
rangements of the Internal Visccrn, warranted
to client a posit Ive cure.
ft RELY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
BrnyObserve the following symptoms re
sulting from diseases of tho digestive organs;
Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness of the
blood to the Head, Acidity of Uio Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight In the i'it of the Stomach,
Swimming of tho Head, Hurried and illlllcult
breathing, Fluttering lit the Heart, ( linking
or Hnll'ocatlng Sensations when in a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Web before
the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In tho llond,
Deficiency In Perspiration, Yellowness of tho
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Hide. Chest, LlinhS'
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Biirnlnir in the
Flesh. A few doses of Rndway's Pills will
free Hie system from all tho above disorder.
Price AS Cents per Box. -
RADWAY A CO., 89 Warren cor Church St.
" BtrT-Roiiil Falso nnd True. Bend one letter
Hauip to Railway A Co., No. Warren, cor.
Church Bt.,N. . Information worth thoti.
and will Us sent fan. , ,