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THE MoARTHUE ENQUIEER, 1YEDNESDAY, APRIL .3, 1878.
The Inner Calm.
Calm me, my God, and keep mo cnlni,
Wliilo these liot breeze blow ;
Boliko thonlght-dewB cooling balm.
Upon earth's fovorod brow.
Calm mo, my God, and keep mo c dm,
Soft resting on thy bit-nut,
Soothe mo with holy hymn, and Psalm,
Ami bid my spirit rent.
Culm mo, my God, and kcop mo culiit,
'Nontli Thy outstretching wing;
Ilo like the simile of Ellin's psalms,
Reside hor desert springs.
Yes ! keep mo calm, though loud nml rudo
The sounds my cars may groot;
Calm In tho closest solitude;
Calm In the hustling Htrcut.
Calm In tho diiy of bouyant henllh;
Calm in the hour of pain;
Calm In poverty or wealth;
Calm in my lessor gain.
Calm In tho suffcrciicoof work;
Llkelllm who bore my shame;
aim 'mid the throat'ning, taunting throng,
Who hate thy holy name.
Calm when tho great world's news with power
My listening spirits stir,
Let not the tidings of the hour
E'er find too foud an oar.
Calm as tho ray of sun or star,
Which storms assail in vain,
Moving unruffled through earth's war,
Tli' eternal calm to gain.
How to Study the Bible.
To many people the Bible is
a dry book. It is not surpris
ing that worluings should deem
3 it uninteresting, since it deals
with subjects in which, as a gen
eral thing, they feel very little
concern. But it is rather a mat
ter oi astonishment that any
true christian should feel so lit-
; tie interest in the word of God,
as to need the prompting voice
of Duty to stimulate him to its
perusal. That there are sincere
followers 'of the Saviour who
have no keen relish for the daily
reading of the Scriptures, ad
mits of no question whatever.
Without entering into any
elaborate discussion, or hurling
epithets at these unfortunate
and feeble christians, I wish to
suggest at least one reason for
this lack of taste for the "con
stant reading of the Word. The
reason why the Bible seems so
dry to many, is that they read
it in fragments, without any re
gard tor the connection, for the
character and customs of the
country, or the particular occa
sions which called forth the wri
ting. Too many of us read the
Bible under the lashings of con
science, and not because we love
it. In such cases, our hearts
are not in the exercise. We
take up the Book, open at ran
dom, read at one time a Psalm
without stopping to reflect on
the probable time of its compo
sition, and the apparent state,
of the writer's mind at anoth
er an account of a miracle
wrought by our Lord, without
considering the previous state
of the subject of the miracle, or
the occasion calling forth the
exertion of power. Again, we
read a chapter in one of the
Epistles, containing allusions
which we do not stop to under
stand. No wonder our interest
wanes while reading thus.
Every Bible reader ought to
have an accurate knowledge of
toe topography of the Bible
scenes and incidents, the polit
ical institutions of the coun
tries mentioned in Bible history,
and the local circumstances
and customs of every district of
country mentioned on the In
spired Pages. Without this
collateral information, the
study of God's Word looses ma
ny of its charms and much of
its mstructiveness. For in
stance, who can appreciate the
terrible consernation of Phara
oh and his Egyptians at the
miracles of Moses, without
knowing that several of those
to some of their adored divini
ties ? Who can see the force
in the classification of the "pub
licans with the sinners," with
out understanding something of
the Roman system of collect
ing revenues, the extortion
, practised by the tax gatherers,
or publicans, the extreme aver
sion of the Jews to paying trib
ute to any foreign power, and
their subsequent bitter hatred
towards these tools of Roman
oppression ? . Who can feel the
propriety and force of Pauls
address to the Galatians, with
out knowing that these Gala
tions, or Gauls, were proverbi
ally fickle in their dispositions?
Who can understand the mutu
al animosity of Jews and Sa
maritans in the time of Christ,
not knowing the Samaritans
were an alien race, bro't from
the far East and colonized in
(Samaria by the conquering
king of Assyria, and that the
'Samaritans received only five
Books of Moses' and worship
ed upon a mountain away from
the temple at Jerusalemr In
stances might bo multiplied in-
tlefiuitoly, but these will stllnco
to show that to understand
the Bible something more than
a casual reading of the text is
To read the Old Testament
with appreciation, we must
have at least some familiarity
with coteinporaueous history
and Jewish Antiquities. To
peruse the gospels with profit,
one must, have a clear idea of
tho supremacy of Rome and its
polcy towards subjugated prov
inces, together with an acquaint
ance with the various sects into
which the Jewish nation was di
vided, and their social, domes
tic and religious customs and
prejudices. To understand
the Epistles, requires a knowl
edge of the countries in which
the various churches were loca
ted, some idea of the 'social pe
culiarities of the people and
the occasion which called forth
the Epistle in question. It
would be exceedingly difficult
to enumerate the sources from
which this information is to be
derived, but the reader who de
sires to pursue his Bible studies
to advantage will always find
these sources open to the eager
searcher after knowledge.
J. T. W. in Christian Sun.
THE SAVIOR'S COMFORT.
uIn tlic world yc shall have trib
ulation." Dili the above words fall from n
prophet, oriest and king ? Or did
a lawyer, doctor, merchant or chief
give utterance to them r. Those
who are biblical scholars know very
well who is the author of the sen
tence. The Savior of the world
the mighty Jehovah the great "I
Am" gave utterance to the comfort
ing message. We say comforting;
because tiiey have proven such to
those who have desired to travel in
the "footsteps" of Him who was ac
quainted with grief. Again they
were uttered by Ilim who was rich,
but for our sakes became poor, &c.
By Ilim who said, "Foxes have
holes, the birds ot the air have
nests, but the son of man hath not
where to lay his head." Our in
structor "bore our sins in his own
body on the tree." At the- age of
twelve years he was found among
the lawyers and doctors at Jerusa
lem both hearing thorn and asking
them questions. Vfe see him going
about doing good by healing the
sick, giving sight to the blind, un
stopping the deaf ear, easting out
devils, itc. O, how many suffering
ones were made to lean for joy, "re
joicing and praising God" for such
a wonderful physician, such a pros
ent help in every time of need, Un
believers were compelled to exclaim,
"we nevcrsaw it in this fashion."
Heboid Ilim at the grave of His be
loved friend Lazarus, weeping. But
He only has to exclaim, "Lazarus,
come forth, when he that had been
dead four days, and had been buried
away out of sight of his bereaved
and loving sisters, comes forth from
the tomb restored to life again, and
to the enjoyment of his friends for
a season. No doubt but Martha
and Mary wept tears of joy at hav
mg their dear brother restored to
life again, after having seen his
lifeless body deposited in the cold
and silent tomb, expecting never
more to see him until resurrection
morn. Would we not rejoice after
having buried a father, mother,
brother or sister, as the case may
he, to have them restored again to
us alive and well? Wonderful coun
selor. Can we infer from what
Jesus hath taught ns that we can
sail to heaven on flowery beds of
case that our pathway will be at
tended with continual sunshine 'i
That wo are to meet with no re
verses in life are to have no afllic
tion, no suffering, nothing to mar
our peace, no temptations whatever
that all will be bliss, comfort and
perfect joy and gladness ? If such
were the case would there be a need
of heaven ? Would we not have
"heaven on earth V" Docs not our
daily observations assure us that
this is not our abiding place, this is
not our home r Do we not learn
from nature that wo are mortals
passing swiftly away ?
"Tho sons of men nrlxo, and pass
Out of tho world liko blade of grass."
Life is but a span is as a tale
th.-lt. is tild Tim iirfuont. moment
is all that is ours.
H. J. RHODES.
A correspondent of the Hock
ing Sentinel says: "The miners
oflfaydenville bank dug on the
15th of February 46,000 bush
els of coal in six hours, 15 min
utes, and 3 seconds. At nu
average ol ) hours per day,
ninety-five men dug 98,000
bushels of coal in three days.
On Sunday night a boy and
girl, children of colored man
named Keed, wero burned to
death in a house two miles
from New Albany, Ind., in the
absence of the father. An old
er boy escaped from the burning
Tun femalo doctors graduated
from a New York City Medical
College this week.
Sixty or seventy enscs of yellow
fever occur daily nt Itio Juiicrio.
Tho very nearest approach to do
mestic felicity on earth is the mu
tual cultivation of an absolute un
selfishness. Never talk at one another, either
alone or in company.
Never speak loud to one another
unless the house is on fire.
. Never reflect on a past action
which was done with a good motive
and tho best judgment at tho time.
Let each strive to yield oftenest
to the wishes ol tho other.
Let self-abnegation bo tho daily
aim and effort of each.
Never find fault, unless it is per
fectly certain that fault has been
committed, and always endeavor to
Never taunt with a past mistake.
Let by-goncs be by-cones.
Never allow a request to be re
Never make a remark at the ex
per so of the other.
J ever part for a day without lor
iug words to think of during ab
Never let the sun go dowu upon
an anger or grievance.
Never consider any fault you
have committed settled, until you
have frankly confessed it and asked
Never forget tho happy hours of
Never sigh over- what might
have been, but try to make tho best
of what is. .
Never forget that marriage is or
daincd of God, and that his bless
ings alone can make it what it
Never bo contented until you
know you arc both walking in the
Never let your hopes rest upon
auy thing this side of the eternal
A gang of 100 colored miners are
on their way from Richmond, Va.,
to Brazil, Iud., to work the coal
mines in place of the strikers.
The Warren county, 0., commis
sioners have recently bought 55
acres of land for $8,162, for the pur
pose of establishing a Children's
Wild pigeons are making their
appearance in greater numbers in
many portions of the Miami Valley,
than have been seen for several
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
On and after November 9, 1872, Trains will
run an follows:
.2 4. a . .
- 2 3 7! 2 x !2 5 -5i;'f5M n -ii rr 2 v.-!
C x ' ?? '?. v; t! 71 "i : 3 9. 1? T. ? S ?! V. Ti t. . '?.
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S . ? ?. 7. 3 ?. r. 7. 2 3 3 3 5 31 3
Miic, Sigss ssspggasss -
Miiesj "lUs iMMMMTi
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4 : :. :A : ! : i ': I -4 &
3 : : : :a : :::;:::::::
i i' - ii r.' ii ii " m M 10 13
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CINCINNATI EX I'll ESS will run daily. All
Other trains daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI KM'ltKSH, EAST, makes no
stoil between llaniden and Athens.
4:00 p. in.
8:4.') A. m.
11 an "
11 :45 p. in.
0:15 a. in.
' .) in- k son
1 a. u
. . . a -sa
2 :::::;! .::::::!::::
5 '!:: ::gi:g:iia:::
b -HlUi it! igUSilli?
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TIIAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAVI)
For all points on tho Llttlo Miami Itallrnnd,
and at tho Imllaunpolls & Cinciiinitti ltail
road. I iiiicllon for all points West.
W. W. l'KAHODY',
Master of Transportation.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West. Northwest and
fhUlsthe Short Line via Inillunapolls.
Tlio Great Tliroinrh Mnll nml Exnrnss Pns.
sengor Lino to St. Louis. Kansns City, Ht..Io
seiili, Denver, Hun Francisco, and all points In
uiissuun, nniiKHs ami loiornno.
Iho shortest and only direct routo to In
lllllilllMills. Liifaviitfe. Term lliiule. ( nin.
bridge City. Hiirlintlleid. Teorin. llurllnirtoti.
Chlciign, Mllwaiikcu, HU 1'aul, and all poiuU
in tho Norl Invest.
1 lie Indianapolis, Cincinnati 4 Lafayette
Railroad, with its connections, now. offers
passengers mora facilities In Through Coach
and Sleeping Car Service than any other lino
from Cincinnati. Iinvinir the Hdvnnlairo of
Through Daily Cars from Cincinnati to St,
Louis, Kansas City, Ht Josojih, I'eorln, Ilur
llugton, ( hleago, Oinalin, anil all Inlernieillato
IhjIiiIs, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts, and accommodations as urn
alTorcIoil by no other routo.
Through Tickets mid Baggage Checks to All
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:30 a. in.. 8:00 n.
m.. and 11:00 p.m.
Tickets run bo obtained at No. 1 Btinint
House, corner Third and Vine, l'nlillc l.nnd.
lag, corner Mala ami Hirer) also, at Depot,
corner I'luiii and 1'earl streets, Cincinnati.
lie sure to purchaso tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati ft Lafayette Kallrond.
(i. L, HAKltlNOEIt,
Master Transportation, Cincinnati, i
C. K. LOUD,
Chief Ticket Clerk, Cincinnati.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
TWO KXPRES8TRAIN8 DAILY,
Athens Su,iii. SMS p.m.
I Arrive Arrive.
Columbus (l:t0a. in. 5:10 p. in.
Cleveland 11:55 p, in. 7:;IO'n. in.
Pittsburgh 8:15 8 :W) ii. m.
Indianapolis : ti-AO "
I biniKi (l:.'K)n. m. . 8:15 "
X eii I ii 12:10i. in, 8:15 p. in.
Davton 1:10 " . 11:15 "
Spiinglleld 1:30 " 8:03 "
Cloflo connection miido at Lancaster for t'lr
cleville, Zimenvillo and all lioinU on the CI n
einnnti iiiiilJUuHklntriim Viillev lluilmad.
Direct connections mado lit t'oiuinbu for
Pnyton, Springllcld, Indianapolis. Chicago
ami an points wesc Also, lor i icvi'iimu
ltulTalo. Pittsburgh, anil nil iwlntH Knst.
Take the Hocking Valley and I'iiii llundlo
route tol'hlrngu and the Northwest; it Is the
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving pusHCUKO
thebenollt of quicker time anil lower rutes
than by any other line,
J. W. DOIIEKTY, Sup't
K. A. niELL, Gcu'l Ticket Aitent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Groat National Short Lino Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to tho Nntlopal Cupl-
101 aim jumwam,
Onnndaftor Monday, November 11), Trains
...111 .. . ,...! ' '
1 lament Kerry
0 55 Am
1 an I'm
0 0S "
8 55 "
0 40 I'm
8 44 Am
1 12 I'm
5 51 "
8 SO "
8 45 "
10 00 "
1 20 rm
4 45 "
5 05 "
10 110 "
12 24 I'm
12 SO Tin
12 64 Am
8 80 Am
11 45 I'm
8 00 "
4 05 Am
4 25 "
6 50 '
io as '
6 25 "
9 50 I'm
4 00 Am
8 00 I'm
8 60 Am
8 00 "
Washington J line.
9 20 "
Harper s rerry
l'arkei-sbing .. .
3 45 A ill
Pullman Palaoe Drawing Boom Sloeping Can
Which are as comfortable, elegantly furnished
and almost equal to n uro-side, are oa nil
trains from Cincinnati to Unlthnore ami
Washington, fcec Schedulo of Cincinnati and
Marietta ltailroad for time of arriving and de
parting from McArthiir.
The advantages of this route over all others
is, mat n gives an travelers Homing iiirougn
ticket uio privilege or visiting isiiitiuiorc,
I'liiltidelidiia, and the National Canitol free.
Time quicker and rates ol fare lower thau
by another route.
Tho scenery along this Kailway is not
ctjuiiucu lor grnmieuron tins Lontiuciiu
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
This line offers superior inducements the
rales being one-third lower to and from lios
ton, Now York, or any othor eastern point
In ordering goods of any description from the
East irive directions to shin tia llultimoro A
Ohio It. It., and in shipping Kast give same ili-
i i'iuiuns. r reigiiiB siuiiieu uv lins ruuiu will
have despatch, and bo handled with euro ami
save simmers much money.
J. L. WILSON,
Master Transportation, Baltimore,
Wen. Freight Ag't Baltimore.
L. M. COLE,
Gon, Tickot Ag't. Baltimore,
S, n, JONES,
Cieu. Pass. Ag't., Cincinnati.
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. R.
On and after Mondav. November 13. 1872.
trains will leavo anil arrive at Lancaster,
(Buimays excepted,) as ioiiows;
KrprtMand Mail. Ateomimdution.
An. 10:10 a.m. Arr. 7:02 n.ui
A it. 8:50ii.iii. Arr. 8:20 n.m
Direct connections made at LANCASTER
with trains on tho Columbus and Hocking
Valley ltailroad for Athens, AlcArtluir, Chil
lieothe, l'ortsmoutli, Marietta, ami 1'orC'olum-
Direct connections mado at ZANESVILI.E
with trains on the Baltimore & Ohio It. It., for
.II'Vl'TKlV .'tl, ,.nlna nn .., 1:.tl .1,
i iiiciunati s, et. imi itaiu-ond, tust ana
esc u. it. jiAiL.r.1, lien t ticket Ag't.
C. V. Waitk, Superintendent.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On and after Monday, Mav 28lh, 1871, Ex
press Trains will leave Columbus and Crest
ine and arrive at noiuts named below as fol
I No.it. f?oT4. Xo.il
:10 a. in.
1 :0 a.m.
Niagara F'ls 7
:00 a. in.
Kocliestcr ... 1
N. Y. City... U
:-'() p. m.
HaiTisburg . 7:
:45 p. in.
15 a. m.
10 p. in.
15 a. in.
Crestline ,...ll:30p. m. 7:45p.m; 5:55a.m.
Fort Wayne.. 5:30 a. m. 1:15a.m. 11:25
Chicago 12:10p.m. 7:20 ' 6:00 p. m
fcriy .o. 4, leaving Columlius at 4:10 p. in
has a Through Car via Delaware for Snrinir-
lleld, reaching Springlleld without, change ut
7:20 p. in.
Train No, S, on the Columbus ft Hocking
i ituey jiaiiroau connect wmi io. 4 Irani.
Through Tickets for sale at Athens,
I'ASSENMKIt TIIA1NS returning arrive nt
C'oliinibus at 12:S0 a. in., 11:13 a. iu., nd!):50
BQrPalace Say and Sleeping; Cars
On All Trains.
No. 6 leaving Columbus at 2:35 a. in., on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
both Erio and Now Y'ork Ontrtd Hallways,
arriving at New York on Monday niorning'at
0:4D iu in. 0
For particular Information in regard to
ini iMigii iicKcis, tune, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North mid South, apply to
or address E, FOUD, Columbus, Ohio.
E. S. FLINT, fifii. Sup't
Ucneral Agent, Coluiuhjis, Ohio.
1'assen ger A gen t. Oil u in lis. Ohio.
reat Through Passenger
TO KANSAS, NEBkA SkA , COLORADO
SE II' MEXICO, V TA II Jc PA Clffo CO A ST,
IS VIA TIIK OLD HEI.UDI.I
Ilnimibal & St. Jbseph
BII0I1T LINE, VIA Ql'INCT.
THREE EAST EXPRESS TRAIXS
Cross tho Mississippi at Qulncy, ani Missouri
llf L'ni,n, I l.,r .... I Il.l.l".... .1;.,.
Hv ...... 0n ..i, ii.... i.riugvn, Wltll 'IHl
inansloepingpalac.es and palai o dav coaches
front no v to tst, Joseph, KahsiocCrty, Den
ver, SCbruska City and Onialm, without ckauge
of cars. J
All tho great through Passenger i.ini Jfroiu
mo r.asi connect Willi mo llaiinlhal aid SU
;I,)BT'. by way of (ulncy, securing pnsBoiigers
LOOK HEIIEI HEAD THIS!!
.. ......... iniJi 1 JllinjJ I
Tim t.w.dl .,1.,.,,,t ,,.! b ...I ...
- .... v.. v .,i UllllllltlMIS ID'OUgll
Drawing liooin Hlenpliis Palaces ami Day
Coaches run in tho World. 1
'l'l,l nn.l , 1
. ........h. v .him nn.ni. i-.i.nvi'iiiriitdenois nnn
1 lirough llaggago ArrangenienU in lit J Uni
ted Stales. 1
l ho great rivers all bridged, nvoldlig all
...... ..... ...... . ..... ,., ..nu mi n no are sosteu
will consult comlort anil economy, l)vUiklnir
I lllu Vrilll.l .1. I.'nituna kl ..1 .1... , I '1 H
. ..V . . """n""i irnsKii, i-oioraso aim
the fur West to the i'acillc Coast. 1
f!r'.'o sum your tickets read by Ibis old
reliable line. or sale at all Ticket Olllccs.
I nr lli.iiin. 1'W.H.n. u..t. i i. . 2
niento nnd Hnn Francisco, iiassengers) have
.lllll.,. i.f tt.tU .lltl,,.H M.I. T.' . ..(J. 1
,: " y niiunns tiw anil
ieuvur, urou .losopn ana uinnhn. I
All f'.iinnf.f.tl.iiis mitt fli.ln,... b.. jt l.
.... .. .... ,, j niu iliriTliUlIU
perfect. I O. LYFOltD, Oen'l Siu'U
i-. ii. i.homt. uenoral Ticket Agent.
Ohio and Mississippi Railway.
It Is the shortest, quickest ami onlv rtnn.1
running its cutlre trains through to f .
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
without Change. I
Oiirnrrangcmcnts and conner.tlnm iy Illi nil
linos from Bt. Louis and Louisville nrh nor-
fec.t, reliable and complete for all points :
VVJSST AND SOUTH, i
Thills tho Shortest and Best Route tn Kan
sas City, Leavenworth, Atchison, 8t.Joseph,
And to all points iu Missouri, Kansas nnd Ne
braska. . r
Tlirouirli TlrknU nn.1 Cull l.,r.,,n.i..d .
lime and faro, can bo obtained atanin, U.
olllee or our olllee in Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, East rnnsenger Agent,
W. II. HALE, Gen, Pass. and Ticket Ag't.,
'i "j" i
I KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ME DESCRIPTION of FURNITURE of MODERN STYLES
I manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the most reasonable prices. I am
prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
and accompany them with a Hearse. fifaTThe publio are invited to call and
March Kith, 1872.
3TeA7r Firm !
Finest Drug Store,
AVOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Have purchased O. T. GUNNING'S Drug Establishment,
I1T WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
And can supply the pcoplo with tho
Clioicest Drnp, Meiicines, Cbicab, Paints, Oils, aoi Dye Ms,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Class, Lamps,
SXl'KFS, TOll.VCCO and CIGAMS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY AKT1CLK3, PKU
I'lIMKKY, and acholcolotof
Wines ami Liquors, for Medicinal Purposes Only!
And will constantly keep on hand a WELL SELKCTEn ASSOUT.M EXT of such articles as
are usually iu lli Ht-claso Drug Stored, w hich will bo sold at tho .
Lowest Cash Prices !
Particular attention will bo paid to Ailing I'livslclans' Ordeia, and putting up Proscrip
tions, Family Compounds, and preparations of all kinds. Wo w arrant every article we sell to
be pure and Kcuuinc. We invito those wishing articles in our line to call, as wo arc rontldont
wc shall give satisfaction.
apvirrLltnro ! !
n.v rv .,i
Now Firm !
and Choicest Drugs!
ratentco and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-IIolo Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, West Va.
THE Grist Mills, being portable, aro on
iron Frame, ami
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And the best Mill ever made for all kinds of
KiiimiuKi cnu ue easny attarneu to!aw Mills
or any other power, aud warranted to irrind
Hour nnd Meal of a superior quality at
greater into of speed than any other Mill,
WMll'tllt lwnti,w n A.Kw .S I Ml ........ '
Ulir)i lu.iiiM 1111 n...iA An i
..-. iu..nus, uucillivilllf III1IV O
feet equine on the Moor. Will grind 20 to' 00
lnihlinlu IU1V 1AII If ...i.UX. ...1!?... ..
Vi'i i i 1 , ' niuuii iiiiriy unvs, me
.11 1 1 1 ilium ,w.t .n.iin oi,. ii . ' ...
: V"" 1""' miiiniar.iui', ifc limy UO TO-
tiirncd and money and all charges refunded.
Harts Post-Hole Borer,
In guaranteed to make two boles to
one ot uny other j doo Its work rap
idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
IIV ONE DAY!
No lnult can bo found with It after
nni. hentto any one on trial who
will send me tho endorsement of the
Post Master. Agents wanted.
1KA II A UT,
Clarksburg, W. V.
ijiv Farmers and others can see the
l-OHt-iioio liorer at Uie JiNtH;iKu
Beware of Counterfeits I
JOB IVIOSES' "VEffiiLL'8
ri txtenilvtly oocHTBnrliTsD. Dtthoneil Drvf
gitti endeavor to tell the caunurftUt lomaktrrtater
frafltt. Ttit genuine have the name of Job Mowm
ontach package. All othtrt are worthleet imttaltom.
Tht OENDiiii Pills are unfailing In ths onmof U
thosopiilnful and damrerom diaciuos to which ths
female constitution is ub.loct. Thar moderate all
eicessna and romovo all obitructloni, from what.
TO NAttRIED LADIT59
thoyaro particularly suited. They will In a short
time bring on tho month poriod with regularity j
and although very powerful, contain nothing hurt
ful to tbn constitution. In all cues of Nervous tnd
Spinal Atluctlont, Pulns in the IJick tnd Limbs,
ntliruo on sllclit. niertlon. Palpitation of the Heart,
llvatftrtaa and Whites, thnv will afleet a rnre when
all other means lnve fulled. Ths circulars around
ench package itlvo full directions and advice, or
will be sent froe to all writing for them, sealed
N. Ii. In all cases whom ths oamniri cannot bs
obtained, Ono Dollar enclosed to tho Solo Proprie
ty, JOB MONKS. 18 Oortlandt Bt., New fork, will
Imnro a bottlo of ths genuine, containing Filly
Pills, by return mail, eecurely eealei from toy
knowledge of Its contents.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
hhtan's pcIMomo wafkiw
(Iiiro Oonoim. Golds, Asthma, BnnsoniTis, Soal
TunoAT, lloAnsKNiss, Dirrioui.T IIsiathino, lx
Ciimint (JoNmixrTK)M jhdLuso Sissasks. Tiiey
have no taate of medicine, and any child will take
them. Thousands have been restored to health that
bnd beforo dospalrert. Testimony given in hnndmds
ofensos. Aikfor BIIYAN'8 PUI.MONTO WAFERS.
Price 3.1 ccn'ft per box. JOBUOS8, Propria-
wir, IH ijorilanai ditoci,, now iora.
THlTCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAHIAWHE'S PPKCIFIO PILLS.
I'rciured by J. OAIIANOIEKII
' No. lit Kuoombard, Paris.
Thoss pills aro highly rocommendod by ths entire
Medical Faculty of Franco as the very best remedy
in all cais orSpormiunrrhoas, or Seminal Weak
ness; Nightly, Dullyor Prsmorwrs Emissions; Box
nal Weakness or Impetincy; Weakness arlslngfrom
SeorntlliihltsandHuiual KxwHuie; Helasationol the
OonltnlOrgans; WoakSiilne; Deposits In ths Urine,
and all the ghastly train of Diseases arising from
Overuse orKxoessos. Thejcursvhonallolherrem
edles Hill. JParapblet of Advice In each bos, or will
be sent Vase tosny address. Price 81 ser Box.
Bent by null, eaeureWeeatedfram all obeervatton, on
reootnt of prtce, O80AB O. MOSK8, IS OoaTLAMOf
Bt.. Nsw load Sole Oonrsl Agent for America.
DltsCEOOK'S WINE OF. TAB
Ten Tenreof tinbl
1rt h nenroved Dr.Croos
Vlneormr to have mo
merit than Any elmlb
the pulillo, H 1 rloli
Tar, and uneqniUect f
) laeaaea of the Throot
I.nnare, performing U
mom remaruauio euros.
and Colds. Itlinaeumd
''Tn many cases) of AsthiJ
!W anU BronchHIa, Uinfc
mis uoea pronounotKi
speclflo for these, coo
plnlnts. ForPaJnafn th
llrenst, Nllo or liar I
Uravel or Kidney sll
ry Oryana, JTaunille
or any IJyer t'oniplsUs
it hns nominal.
It la also a taper lor Tonic,
ftcHtores She Appetlb
testorcs the Weak anil ltebllltae1,
4!nnaea the food tn lltrev
tcmoTM Hynpepsln nml Indlrratioi
BlTea ton loyuur atecu,
it. VI ,
est Thing in the West 1
ATCIIISOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FK It. R.
LA. IN" IDS !
THREE MILLION ACRES
Situate 4n and near tho Arkaneae Vtilley,
tin Ei?itet Portion of Kanmel
Eleven years' credit. Seven per rent. Inter
eat. SHJ per cent, reduction to
Bettleis who improve.
A FREE PASS TO LAND BUYERS I
THE FACTS about this CI rim t are I.ow
Prices, Long Credit, nnd n ltelmto to settlers
of nearly one-fourth; u llich Soil nud Splen
did Climate; short mid mild Winters; eurly
planting, nnd no wintering of Stock ; jilfiity
of Huinliill, nnd just at tho right season; Coat,
Stone and lirick on the line; Cheap Hntcs on
Lumber, Coal, .Vc; no lands owned by Specu
lators; Homestead nml Pre-emptions now
abundant; a tlrHt-rhiss llnilroiid on thellnonf
a great Through Route; Products will pay
for Lund and Improvements.
13 IS THE BEST OPP0RTDNI1T EVER OF
FJiEED f 0 THE tOBLIC, through the leceut
completion of the ltond.
For Circulars nnd general information, ad-
ureas il. 1. 10l..H.l.,
Manager Land Dep't,
THE "LIGHT RUNNIN
S. M. Agents,
It don't my
you to light
the best Mu
titt the agen
cy and sell It.
"DOMESTIC" S. IT. 00., 90 Cbanlieri St., N.Y,
lnericau Submerged Pump.
"The Bust Pump u the Would."
OUIl AGENTS report over t:WO,000 worth of
propeny suven iroin r lie thin year liv tliese
pumps, bciiig Uio most iioweiful force-pumps
in uiu worm, iim wen us iNUN-r iu.k.ikii.
tieo October niiinber, page DUO, uUo the Pre
nilumLlst, pnge of the American Aifi leul
turist. This miner never deceives tho fiiriners
Hoc notice in February number, page 45. Trv
one, If it don't ilo tho work claimed, send ft
uaeK anil get your money, ns WK tVAIill AM
our pumps to do all wo claim for tliein on our
rjend for circulars or orders to the llrldgo-
(iiirm i KW,, ju, im i iinniners (., cw lock.
An order for ninoNo.l Pumps secures an
uAciiisivu mwn agency. l i-n.
Statk of Ohio, Ixhubanck Dkp't, j
Coi.umuuh, Jan. IT, IB";).
WllKIIKAS. tho AVVXX IXSlTflANCE COM
PANY.Iocntcdat llnrtlord, in Iho Htnto of
uoiinectii'iii, nasiiled in this olllee a sworn
statement, by the proper olllecrs thereof,
showing its condition and IiiisIiichh, and tins
complied in all respects with the Inws of Ibis
mnui, relating to lire insurance companies,
incorporated by other rjlntes of the United
Kow, therefore, In pursuance of Iniv, I, WIL
LIAM F. CllllltCll, Superintendent of Insur
ance for thoHtato of Ohio, do hereby certify
tliatsaid (Company is nulliorlnetl U transact Us
appropriate business or I'ltlK INHUUANCU
in tills Htulc, fu accoidaiico with law, during
the current year,
Tho condition and business of said Compa
ny at the dalo of such idiitomcnt (December
ltfis!,) Is shown as follows:
Ani'tof actual paid up capital (2,000,10)00
Aggregate am'tof avallithIoaBsols..B,auo.s050
" " " Liabilities (ex-
ccptcupllul) including lo-liuiir-
nncos 8,!3,0.')9 IB
Amount of income for preceding
year in cash 6,0111,491 52
Amount of expenditures sumetlnio
in cash 5,725,2110 IB
In Milhin,. .!,....., T In ...I.
-.. -I.livm ., ,Tlf , i III.VV IIUII.IIIIMf llllll
scribed my nnmu, and caused the Heal of in
olllco to bo alllxcd, the duy and year nhye
W.J. RANNELI.H, Ag't, McArthiir, O.'t.
MarcUS, imiU iu .
TISHAET'S PINE TREE
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
' FOR THIS
TllllOAT AND LUNGS!
It is gratifying to us to Inform the public
that Dr. L. O. C. Wlshart's Tine Tree Tar
Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has
f;ainud an enviable reputation from tho At
untie to the Pucillo coast, and from thence to
some of tho II rat families of Ell rone, not thro'
the press alono, but by persons throughout the
suites actually ucncuucu aim enrea at ins
olllee. While no publishes loss, so say our re
porters, ho lsuniuilo to supply the demand. It
gains and holds its reputation
First. Not bv stoniiiiiE cough, but by loos
cuing and assisting nature to throw oft tho
unhealthy matter collected about the throat
and bronchial tubes, which caueet irritation.
.Second. It removes the cause of Irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem
brune and bronchial tubes, assists tho lungs
to act anil throw on the unhealthy secretious.
andiHirilles tho blood.
Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac
and opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies aro composed, which allay cough
only, mid disorganize the Btemach. It has ft
soothing effect on tho stomach, acts on the
liver and kidnovs, mid lymphatic and nervous
regions, thus renciKng to every part of tho
system, and in its invigorating and purifying
cllects it has gained a reputation which it
must bold above all others in the market.
THE PINE TREE TAR CORDIAL,
AVOIHI SUGAR DUO PS,
Heing under my immcdinto direction, they
shall not loso their curative qualities by the
use 01 cneup aim impure articles.
HENRY R. WISIIART, Prop 'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
Dr. L. Q. C. Wlshart's Olllee Parlors are
open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 9 a. u, to o P. H., for consultation by Dr.
Win. T. Mugee. With him are associated two
consulting physicians of ceknowledged abil
ity, nils opportunity is not oiioreit uy any
unlet jiistiiuiiuii 111 tne euy.
All letters must bo addrosscd to
No. 233 North Second St.,
November 20, 1872.--(lin
TIIK Git AND PllINCIl'LK that operates In
these wonderful medicines, is thu power that
thev posHcss in purifying the turgid blood
and expelling corrupt humors from the sys
tem. IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS consist of ft careful
and peculiar admixture of tho finest Vegeta
ble Kx tracts, Herbs, and Medicinal Cuius.
Possessing not a grain of mineral in their
combination, they never expose Hume who use
them to any danger, at any time or season, No
mother need hesilale to prescribe tliein to
their children, and the most delicate constitu
tions can use than with nt great liencllt as the
most vigorous and powerful frame.
1IOLI.OWAV & Co., Sol.K Pkopuiktoub,
78 Maiden Lhiio, New York.
Jlollowny's Pills and Ointment aro sold at
. , iuv, mm fi per uo. or pot. a great say
lug Is made by buying the large sixes,
KEEP THE BLOOD PUR
Ana the health of tlio systei
will follow. Tliero 1h n prepnri
tion of Iron anil I'oke Kot
more eflectual thna nil oilier
wiueu win remove irom yoi
f ystein the impure and vltlute
l.lnnrl will.,!, niii,oni.llu..n-A
nttliOHaniotlmo Inillil nr. v.
lieu 1 th n nd atrongth It neve
ns io cur, u you hay
Mcrofu In, Horolulouii Islaeai
AM 0.1 All. I'VM AM W '
Ncrofnln Iu tiny form, Vei
Korea, Ulcera, or Nero7nIoo
Inllnminutiakila r An
swsib juu van mv
on be.na ounjd with thin preps
ration knowu as Jr, rrook
ouipoiuia Myriin or l'ok
Ufa.. llliAllninfl.m a
III I.lmhanstllAnAn li...rflst-.
..OHM llxtninsrlianraa iwr Mmuir.
riol -w I.AH ln, I
ctiretl bytfc. For ISyphllls. o
lug equiil to IU A trial Hll
uruwn m l.
BcantUY tout ComnlATlnn.
Do not rise paint or powder, but Ret a mor
R't muunii, ui-ULJT UV (lUniyillg VOtir LllKX
lis proparnllon of Iron nml lolio Itoo
nukos a rough mid seuly ski n soft aud smootl
)hango that Mil low coinploxion to onu t
1 1 " ""?.,", remove nny I.rnp
UveUlnenaeaol tlieNhin, Pimple. I'm.
lulea,lilotliea AKriinllum, Ifvou wis'
Muivehnplrannfl n ltr... 1 1 1, i..i..r. " t'?'
IfAVIXO been enirniriid in the slmlv and
nractlee of Dentistry for fifteen years, and a
local practitioner In Jackson for Mix years,
and having availed myself of all the
tfodorn Improvtmonta ii) Dental Solenos.
would rosnectfulhn sav tn tbn pltlmns of
McArthiir and vicinity 'that I am fully pre
pared to manipulate all the various branches
tho science. Prices us low as tho lowest.
work as good as tho best. Persons coining
from a distance wishing to remain until their
work Is done will be entertained at my pri-
vnuf resilience ireo.
STIIElt SPRA T AND ELECTRICITY
ITscd In extracting tenth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively painless. A female
attendant alwavs on hand to wait utxin ladins.
(live me call.
- 8. T. DOUGKHB, Dentist,
May II, 18TZ-1y. JlioWl, 0.
HE ROMANCE OF CURE!
The many evidences of extraordinary cures
mat aro imiiy leporieu asenccicu uiroiigu
Heady Relief and Perfect Purgative Pills, in
written testimonials from all pints of thu
world, surpass in wonder the most extravagant
miracles of eucbiintmeut, Physicians and
medical men in all countries pronounce those
wonderful remedies n mystery, unit ncmier
their science of analysis or chemical skillcan
explain. True, these medicines effect the
inosiiiiarveiouseures, anti rustorviiiuuyiug w
life, and relieve the most wretched pain-suffering
victim of ills tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know some
of the ingredients of their composition, and Dr.
Itadway has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both French, tierinnn, English and American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fall with
the same ingredients as prepared by them. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly nchlevlng, lies in the great se
cret of combining the ingredients together,
after exercising duo care in selecting the pure
' Buch wonders of Modern Chemistry as the
8AH8APAK1LLIAN 1IKSOLVKNT, KKADY
KKLIKF HAD WAY'S P1LL8, are without
parallel in tho History of Medicine, for there
are some inllmiltlcs aud diseases that are con
sidered as incurable, and sure death. Yet the
most astounding cures have been made thro'
tliese remedies of some diseases that have nev
er been known to be cured by medicine.
CONSUMPTION, HCHOFULA, WHITK
BWELLINU, Tumors in tho Womb. Stomach,
Ovaries, Ilowels, llrlgbt's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced inourablo,
Ciinccrs, Ulcew, Swellings, Stone in the Blad
der, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores ot
the Hones, ltkkets so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been known to reach
have been cured hy the SAltSAPARILLIAN
KKSOLVENT, aidedby the KKADY 11ELIEK
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry G an gene that threat
ens a living death daily rotting away ot the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi iu the bladder (the.
Kniperor Naioleon's disease), Torturing pains
when discharging urine, KIlKUM AT1SM,
fiOUTjNEUltALGIA each and every one of
these complaints thoAgh hut a few of the
many other diseases, Hadway'sSarsajiftrlllian
Kesolvent has cured aud is dully curing In all
parts of the world.
In one word, any disease no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
1 . I l.w 1 .... I 1 . .1 -.1 L.
Illt.lti.nii. VI J IJ It ' 1, ...iuiV, UU1.1U WU, n . M
this, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
KAIOVAI S BAltSAl'AKlL,UlAiN KJi-
Dr. Railway A Co. have never claimed one
bundretli part of the curative virtues for their
remedies as iu ascribed to them by the people
whobnvo used tliein; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Kailway,
after successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enumerated iu
their curative list, so that many of the extraor
dinary cases that have been reported awaken
ed as much ustonishmuut in the discovery ot
their remedial agents as in those who had been,
rescued from death, aud made whole ami
As many persons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from the fuct of their disap
pointment in the use of other advortised reme
dies nnd some believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, liorbs, Ac should posses
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
field, after undergoing the cbem ical process of
distillation designed by nature in the row and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
most abundant ftit, calorie or heat-maklug
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for the human body.
lint when those people who first doubt tho
elllcacyof tliese remedies commence their usek
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY SAFR SURE REMKIkV FOR
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE,
Never has a nicdicino taken Internally, been
known to havo cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or liowels; the knife,
has boon the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
saparillian settles this question. It lias cured,
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts anil
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the Rowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tninor of 13Years' Growth Cured try
llKVKiu.Y, Mass., July 18, 1869.
1)h. Rapway: I have had Ovarian Tumor '
In tho ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for It tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try It, but had no faith in it, because
I had siitl'ered for 12 years. I took six bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready ltcliefand
there is not a sign of a tumor to bo seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I have for 12 years. The worst tumor
was in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. 1 write this to you for the bcnellt of
others. You cau publish it If you choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
Nkw YOKX, Oct 11th, 1870.
1)k. Raiiway Dear Sir: I am induced by a
sense of duty to thu suffering to make a brief
statement of the working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I nave been allllet
ed with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted In a most terribly afllictlng disease, which
tho physicians all said was spasmodio stric
ture iu tho uretlia, as also iiillnniatlon ot the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opiniou that my age 78 years would prevent
my over getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, nnd had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic aud ho
inmnpnlhlo, but got no relief, I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ago I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who bad long beeiisuffurlugnsl had been.
I went right off and got some of each your
Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, anil
Regulating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well ns ever,
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar per liottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and nt Dr. Railway's, No. 31
Wurren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
IR. IEZj. IE?.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF II
Cures the womt Pains In from 1 to 90 minutes!
JTJl?r)-NOT ON K HOUR after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with pain.
RADWA rs READY RE II St
Is a cure for every pain. It was the first aud
Is the only Pain Remedy that Instantly stops
the mostexcruclutiiig pains, allavs Inllainnia
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, Rowels or other glands and
organs, by one application, iu from one to
twenty miuuU-s. No matter how violent or
excruciating tho pain, tho Rheumatic, lied
ridden, liitlnn, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
RADWA rS READY RELIEF
Will alTord Instant ease!
Inflammation of thu Kidneys, Inflammation of
the lllnddcr, Iiillaiumntion of tho Ilowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Bore Throat, DIlU
cult Kreathing, Palpitation of the Heart,Ilvs
terics, Croup, Dlpthurla, Catarrh, Influenza, -Headache,
Toothnrlio, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds, I Mils, Ague Chills,
The application of the Ready Relief to tho
part or parts where the pain or dilUoulty ex
ists will all'ord ease and comfort,
20 Drops in n half tumbler Water will,
In a few minutes, cute Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Hick Headache. Diar-
en, uysentery, tune, Wind In the Rowels,
1 all Internal Pains.
Travelers should alwavs csrrr a hnttlnnf
Railway's Relief with them. A few drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It Is better than French
llrandy or Hitters as a stimulant, . .
Fever and Aorne onred for AO oanta.
There is nut a remedial agent in this world
II.... ...Ill .. 1.1........ 7 ....I .. ...
milt n in uiiin roiir nnu akiic, itmi ail Ilia,
Malarious, lllllious. Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow
and other Fevers (aided bv Railway's I'lllat an
ipile.k as Railways Ready Ituliuf. SO cents per
I) It. RADWAY'S
PEEFEOT PURGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver,
Rowels, Kidneys. Ulndiler, Nervous Diseases,
Headache. Constipation. Costlvoneaa. Indites.
tion, Dyspepsia, llllliiusness, lllllous Fever,
Inflammation of tho Ilowels. piles and all do
raiiginnentsnf the Internal Vlscera,warraute(l
to Direct a positive cure.
PURELY VEGETABLE. Contalnlnf n
Mercury. Minerals, nr delutorlousdruirs.
ftyyohiorve the following symptoms re.
suiting from diseases of tho digestive organs I
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of th
blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight iu the Pit of the Stomach,
Hwliiiuilnir of the Head. II uri'lorl and dinii.iil
llreatblng, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensations when In a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head,
Dodelency In Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Chest, Llmbi
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Burning la the
Flesh. A fow doses ot Railway's Pills will
t reo the system from all the above disorders,
Price SB Cents par Boa.
R ADW A Y A CO., M Warren cor Chqrck St
New York. 7
Head False and True. Send on letter
staiiin to Kadwsv A Co.. No. H Warrsn. cor.
Cherub, fit., U. , lafonuftitim worth tbons-
auujt will be scut you.