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THE McAETHUR -ESTQU 187
McArtiiur. Enquirer
Fmily Government.
AS MANAGED BY SOME HUSBANDS.
iin i - i j
vvflat ougut, wiiat can a
mother do when a good, pleas
ant husband constantly thwarts
all her ellorts to teach or gov'
em the children, and yet can
not he made to see or feel what
he is doing.
Let. us illustrate and sketch
from memory, not
tion : .
imagma'
"Mamma, please give me a
piece of pier
"iyo: aarnng one piece is
enough.1'
"Half a piece,- please, mam-
ma?";;;
, "No, -Freddie, no more."
"A very little piece, mamma,
dear?"-
, "No'Freddie no."
"Do give the child a little
piece; I'll risk its hurting him."
And the mother giveslt.
"Mamma, may I go out and
play?";.- V -
"It's very chilly and you have
a cold ; I don't think it is best."
"Bundle me up warm, mam-
ma, ana i won t taKe com.
"I fear you will. You . must
play in-doors to-day."
"Just a little while, please,
mamma?" -t.,., . ,
"No, Freddie, you must not
go out to-day."
7P6.;let the child go out.
1 TT Mil 1 T
What a girl you are making of
him. Women, never were fitted
tor bring up boys. Dress him
warm and let him run : it will
do him good." -
And Freddie went out.-'
"May I haye my blocks in
the parlor, mamma?"
"No, Willie, make your
block-house in the dining-room.
Miss L is an invalid and I want
the parlor very quiet."
"I'll be very quiet."
"You will intend to be, but
you cannot help making some
noise, and as Miss L. very rare
ly goes anywhere, I fear she
will be very tired at best; so be
a good little boy and play in the
dining-room this afternoon."
"I won't make a bit of noise,
nor tire her one speck."
"You must play in the dining
room, Willie, and not say any
more about it."
"Nonsense! it will do her
good to see a happy little face.
It will give her something be
sides her own pains and aches
to think of. Let him bring his
blocks in the parlor."
And he brought them in.
"What a torment that boy
has got to be ! It's teaze, teaze,
teaze, from morning till night.
It's enough to wear out the pa
tience of Job. If you won't
whip him I will."
And-4ie whipped him.
Query Who ought to have
been whipped? Mother at
Home.
Newsboys. A correspondent
of the Chicago Tribune answers
the question, "What becomes of
the newesboys when they grow
up?" by the following account
ot two of them : "The first is
now a farmer in Illinois, owning
thirteen hundred acres of the
best land, finely fenced, with
the best of buildings, stocked,
etc, etc. The second is head
of a large manufacturing house
in one of the first class cities in
the State of New York. I can
not estimate correctly the prop
ertv ot the hrst, as l am not a
farmer; but of the second I can
say that I know him to be worth
'something over one hundred
thousand. Both are making
money, and one will soon rep
resent the people in Congress."
i m mm
Fidelity op Divine Love.
That divine love should have
continued faithful, notwith
standing our unworthiness of it,
and the provocations by which
we have tried it, is another won
..der. Has there been a day
since we have not tested the
. faithfulness of Goo" by our trans'
. greseions? Tho children of Is
real for forty years provoked
God m the wilderness; were
they not most sauly tho proto
: types of ourselves? Yet never
has the Lord paused or changed
—Spurgeon.
, : Horse Distemper. The best
mode to treat . horse distemper
is to feed plenty of bran mash
es, and poultice the throat with
bran or turnips, and as soon as
' the swellings begins to soften,
if it does not break, it should
be opened with a knife. Also
, smoke the nostrils with old boot
; leather, in a kettle or tin, once a
day, which helps to loosen the
discharge from those parts. Do
not get him wet or expos cd to
cold, and ho will certainly come
round all right.
Household Recipes.
To make Steak Tender.
When your steak . is tough,
sprinkle a little dry soda over
it, and let it lie over night. Be
fore cooking, soak for half an
hour in clear water.
Corn Biscuit One quart of
mush, cold or nearly so, oiie
teacupful of butter and flour
enough to roll. Roll about
cne half inch thick, cut
into biscuits and bako to a
light brown.
Crackers. Rub six ounces
of butter into two pounds of
sifted flour, dissolve a teaspoon-
ful of soda in a wineglass of
buttermilk, strain this through
a fine sieve on the flour, addd a
teaspoonful of. salt,' beat well,
roll thin, and bake. If not
crisp when first baked, put in a
slack oven and heat over.
Stuffing for . Roast Pork.
One middle-sized Spanish oni
on, boiled for ten minutes and
drained, chopped very finely,
with a tablespoonful of cage;
mix these with three tablespoon-
fuls of fine bread crumbs, a tea
spoonful of salt, and half a tea
spoonful each: of pepper and
mustard. Bind with the yolk
of an egg. ,
- ' : t .)
. Lemon Custard Pie. Yolks
of three eggs, two cups of su
gar, four powdered crackers,
beat together; and one and one-
half cups of milk, and just be
fore turning into plates, add
the juice of three lemons.
Line plates as for custard pies.
This will make two pies. When
baked, cover with the whites
of thee eggs, beaten to froth,
and twotablespoonfuls of sugar.
Buns. Three cups of milk,
one cup of sugar, half cup of
yeast; as much flour as you can
stir in with a spoon. When
sufficiently raised, add one cup
of melted butter, one and a
half cups of sugar, one cup cur
rants, half teaspoonful soda,
mould into small cakes; touch
the sides of each one with the
finger dipped in melted butter;
so that they will fall apart read
ily when baked; and let them
rise in pans again before bak
ing. Apple Jam. Pare and quart
er the apples, which should be
ripe and of the best eating sort';
put them into a pan with just
water enough to cover them,
and boil until they can be re
duced to a mash. Then, for
each pound of pared apples, a
pound of sifted sugar is added,
sprinkle over the boiling mix
ture. Boil and stir it well until
reduced to a jam. Then put in
to pots. The above is the most
simple way of making it; but to
have it of the best possible
clearness, make a thick syrup
with three pounds of sugar to
each pint of water, and clarify
with an egg. ihen add one
pint of this syrup for every three
pounds of apples, and boil the
jam to a proper thickness.
New Mode of Making Coitee.
For four cupsful of nicely fla
vored coffee put two tablespoon
fuls of ground berries into your
coffee-pot, and moisten with
cold water. Pour on this as
much hot water as you desire
in bulk of coffee. Then remov
ing the lid of the boiling tea
kettle on the fire, immediately
place your coffee-pot upon tho
open vessel; in twenty minutes
you can have a delicious cup of
coffee, clear as amber, m which
you nave the lull strength 01
the berry without tho bitterness
sometimes developed by boiling.
Keeping Leather Harness
Pliable. It is well known that
leather articles, kept in stables,
soon become brittle in conse
quence of amoniacal' exliala
tions, which affect both harness
and the shoes of them who fre
quent them. ; The usual appli
cations of grease are not always
sufficient to meet this difficulty;
but it is said that by adding to
them a small quantity of give
erine, tne leather will bo kept
continually in a soft and pliable
condition.
Two big Krupp guns are to
be dispatched to Vienna from
Essen, Germany, about the
middle of April, for the exhibi
tion. One is a gigantic brass
cannon, which will bo O.O
meters in length, and 1.48
meters in i diameter; and which
will weigh 760 quintals; or 38,
000 kilogrammes. The' other is
manufactured out ol ono mncle
block of brass four meters long
and 1.50 meters in diameter.
of the weight of 1,000 quint
als, or 50,000 kilogrammes.
What an Old Man Noticed.
I hnve noticed that all men are
houest when well watched. .
I have noticed that purses will
hold pennies as well as pounds.
I have noticed that merit is al
ways measured in the world by its
success.
1 have noticed that in nearly all
things money is tho main object in
view.
I have noticed that in order to be
a reasonable creature it is necessa
ry at times to bo down right mad.
. I have noticed that some men
are so honest that necessity com
pels them to be dishonest in the
end.
I have often noticed that silk,
sntin, broadcloth, and jewcliy, are
often bought with other people's
money.
I have noticed that whatever is
is right, with a few exceptions the
left eye, the left leg, and tho left
side of a plum pudding.
I havo noticed that tho prayer of
every selfish man is, " Forgive us
our debts," while he makes every
body that owes him pay to tho ut
most farthing.
I have noticed that hewhothinks
every man a rogue is certain to see
one when he shaves himself, and
he ought in mercy to his neighbor,
to surrender the rascal to justice.
I have noticed that money is the
fools' wisdom, tho knaves' reputa
tion, tho poor nians' desire, tho cov
etous mans' ambition, aud the idol
of all.
I have noticed that all men
speak well of men's virtues, when
they are dead, and that tomb-stones
are marked with epitaphs of the
the good and virtuous. Is there
any particular cemetery where
the bad men are buried.
Honor Thy Mother.
It was a cold dark night in win
ter. The wind blew, and the snow
was whirled furiously about, seek
ing to hide itself beneath cloaks
and hoods, nnd in the very hair of
those who were out A distin
guished lecturer was to speak, and,
notwithstanding the storm, the vil
lagers very generally ventured forth
to hear him.
William Aunesly, buttoned up to
his chin in his thick overcoat, ac
companied his mother. It was dif
ficult to walk through the fallen
snow ngains the piercing wind, and
William said to his mother:
" Couldn't you walk easier if you
took my arm?"
"Perhaps I could," his mother re
plied as she put her arm through
his and drew up as closely as possi
ble to him. Together they breasted
the storm, the mother and the boy,
who had once been carried in her
arni3, but who had now grown up
so tall that she could lean on his.
They had not walked very far when
he said:
"I am very proud, to night,
mother."
" Proud that you can take care of
me.' she said to him with a heart
gushing with tenderness.
" This is the first time you have
leaned upon me," said the boy.
There will be few hours iu that
child's life of more exalted pleas
ure than he enjoyed that evening
if lie should live to an old age, aud
should, in his manhood, lovingly
provide for her who in his helpless
mlancy watched over hun.
Beware of Counterfeits !
lflD MDCrC BIB JAIWM CT-IBKTPS
mud muokt) femaijK rn.M
art utttutttlv conrriirBiTiD. uutwtuii Drug-
gltu tndravor t tell I'M uunurfeut tomaki rrtaltr
projltt. Tnt genuine Asm the name of Job tUfta
on each package. All t Inert mrt ntrihlttt tmUailttut.
Th osaota Pill er unfailing In th ear of all
thou painful anil danfarou disnasa to which tha
fomtla ooiutltntlon ! mbject. Thar moderate all
aioauoa and Minora all obstruction, bom what.
aTaroavaa.
theram particularly auitwl. tlier will In ihort
time brinicoa tha monthr pariod with Nrularlty I
andalthouirhTrrr powarful, ounUIn nothing hurt.
fill to the confutation. In all caaaa of Karroo tod
Spinal Affectlona. Pain In tha Back and Llraba,
Tatirua on ilia-tit exerting. Palpitation of tha Uaart,
HriUric and Whltea, tha will affect a cur when
all other tneana have fall'd. The circular! around
each package tire full directions and alrlre, or
will he ent tree to all writing for them, aealea
from obeorratlon.
N. II. In all cam whare) the OIIOTWI cannot be
ohulnM.OnoDoUnrenclneed to the Hole Proprie
ty JOB UOFKrt, 18 Oortlamlt 8U New York, will
In. nre a bottle of the genuine, containing tiny
Pills, br return mall, aacwa'y tealse) from aur
knowieaira ot ita comenia.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
ntJVAK'M PnL,MOTfI WAPFn
Cnra Coonna, Cni.Da, Astum, HenaopiiTie, Soul
Throat, Homhii, Uirricn.T Itnaarniao, 1
CmT COMCMPTIO AMD IitQ DlSBAKBS. The?
hrTe no tenia of medicine, and any child will take
thorn. Tuotimnrls havn ben restored to health that
had beforo dosrrilrei. Testimony rlren-ln hnn1rr1e
nftMos. Ak DRYAN'8 PUlMONIO WAfKitH.
Price aft ern'sj per box. JOUUOUKB.Proprli
tfr, US Ortfaiidt Bircnt, New York;
THE CREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DKLAMABnE'H HPF.CTPIO PILLS.
Prepared hy , OAKANCI KIIH
No. lit lino iximnara, rans,
ills are hlirltly reoommendod by t
Those pills
the entire
Medical Paeulty of franca aa the Tory beet remedy
in all ensos of Hierfnatirrhraa, or Hnminal Wan.e
Niirhtlr. TJniivor Prematteri Eintealonei fiei
ual Weaknniie or f npel.ncv ; Woaknesa arising frni
Rocrnt lUblts and Hnxnnl Kicrsses : Relaxation of tlu)
Uimttiil Organs f Wnek Hptno : Dnposlta In the Urine,
and ell the gluutly train of Ii..aae arising from
Overuse or Exceseoa. Tunycur
KxeeeeoB 'i unycurewuei
Sdle fall, rampniei or A'lvlcn in earn box, or will
sent Vom toenr addrnsa. Price 1 fftr llox.
Bent by mall, nmirelyiealtdfrom all oliervallrm, on
rcoolt't of
lirane. OHUAHU. MOBKH, IHOoMTMHDT
8t Nw Yobi, kola UcMral Agent for America.
DBeCKOOK'S WINE OF TAB
Tn Tparejof
tVat line nrovrnl I)r,
wineorrai-to liavn mo
rnorit tlmii nny nlmlli
iircimrM Uu cvorofl'itrod
f lits pulillo. It I rich I
llieuuMllulnM qiirilltloeV
Tar, ana unonimlod t
cl tiNMUf of the Throat
I.inga, porfomilnn U
iniMtroinukableounM,
elTtMitiinlljr curni all Cone
V4 aadOold. Itbnaouml
many enrwet of Aatbsaj
ixl BrooeliHU, tlm
biu) boon rronounoi!
apeclQa lTr tlwuue cop
litliiM, FnrPtUnoin 11
IlrraNi., HMn or lUerl
Urnve I or Ulilnevali
, rt I nftuNoa of Urn Vr li
mry Org-nna, JnuiMll
or tiny I.lver oaiplUi
It himimrt'iuul.
It la also m ap)rlor 'l onlo,
Hoatoeee the) Appctlti
ttor tlie) We-islt anil Iiflillltofel,
4'nniMMS I he) sV'oexl le IIkX
IcutoTM I.rMpl nmi lodlfrmetaoa
I'reaniiia jnnneria
Glea ton) lojour ftyetiuu.
trrovemiai nniiarioH Avf
MEDICINES.
Medicines.
T
HE ROMANCE OF CURE I
Tito ninny ovIiUmcoa of extinorilinnry cures
.....v.i.u uuiij iiuiiuu nauiiectcu lliroUKU
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
RoftdyRollef nnd Torfiict rurirntive rills, In
Vrltilll tiHt ilWtllilllo finm ,.11 . J
......w.. ,..v....u n iiissii tlg UHILo lg IIIW
world, surpass in wondurthoinoHtuxtravaffunt
medictilmen in U countries pronouhco tbuno
",""" ivnivuivn n my awry mnc lioiinur
tlioirf4iiuii-nnf nniiU-uic i ..l.iti ,...
. . h....I(. na0 v IICJU Ct RKIIltllU
uxilain. True, thono moilicines eilei'-t tho
...wiMitMt-nMini iin-N, nnd n'rioro tnu living 10
It. lllll VlOilV Dm llll.lf ri.ne..l....l ....). u..f-
fm'itlir Vli'tiiil nt Ma t, .ri. u i.. ..
-n ...o tMuut.n, m aiiiii vno v
f M i . I itnuuj,n iiiwy Know suiuc
v. .... uuiHinwi lUVU tTUIIinUHlllOll. Allll ITi
Umiway luia publirilied thoir formula (with-
null nil u mil v twn miti-lir A t.,
.... ..... ..... ...vuvnij uirnAiTOluu JIWH Btm
bothl-ieiich.Gormnn, KngliHh Ami American
o inmluta situ I ! n .. n i.V.i . i . ...iii.
vssua.i.na.0 uu iraillilliaUUII-vlH-.l UNtiVlV Itllt 11 I 111
tlm Mil lis ft 111 srfililtiiitlas na I I ... a. 1 MH.a
v..v a.....aW uinivuivitin no iHK-ymi viX UV llll'HI. nv
fri'nlMIIIl-.nMtl U)lltll llmun 1.,'..1 li.ia
lire conBtitiillv nclilovlug, lies in the great bb.
i-iufc wi wiiiiMiiiuK mo iiiKreiuontti lORt'iiior,
ufloroxorcluiiifcduocaroin nolcctlug tho pure
Such wonders of Modern Cheniintry as the
SAUSAl AltlLM AM KKSOLVENT. lll-.AUl
KLL1EF& BADWAWSl'lLLS, me without
parullcl in tho History of Medicine, for there
lira soino infirmities nnd clisciiuco t imt am con.
sidorcdasincuriililo, and sure death. Yet the
most aHtouniiiiiR cures have boon made thro'
these remedies of somo dlsoasos that have nev-
or ncen Known to e cured bv medic ne.
CONSUMll'ION, SCROFULA, WHITE
SWELLING, Tumors in tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, Boweln,lJright'8 Disease of the Kid
neys that have been nronounced Incurablo,
Cancers, Ulcers. Swellinirs. Stone In tho lllud-
tler, Calculous Concrotions, Ulcorg and Sores of
tho Hones, Klckcts so deeply seated that no
other medicines havo been known to reach,
have been cured bv the SARSAPARILLIAN
HKSO LV ENT, aided by the READY RELIEF
anil FILLS.
Fals v. Faralvsis. DiTGamrene that threat
ens a living death iluily rotting away of the
imios ami nusn Kiuoeies, involuntary jis
eluirgo of Water. Fiinirl in tho Bladder (tho
Emperor Napoleon's diseaso), Torturing pains
when discharging nrlue, RHEUMATISM,
GOUT, NEURALGIA each ami every one of
uieso cuiuiiiiiiuis iiioiign uui a tew or ine
many other diseases, Railway's Sarsaparillian
Resolvent has cured und In daily curing in all
parts of the world.
In one word, any dieaso no matter tindor
what naino designated, Hint is nourished or
incrcaseu uy Dan, Impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
l)V HAW WAY'S oAHSAFARILLIAN HE'
SOLVENT.
Dr. Bad war & Co. have never claimed ono.
liundreth part of tho curntive virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by tho people
who hnve used thorn; for boar in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Railway,
af tor successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, wore enumerated in
their curative list, so that nianv of the extraor.
diuary cases that have been reported awaken
ed as much astonishaaamt in the discovery of
uioir remedial ngonu a in tuose wno nan uocn
rescued from death, and mado whole aud
sound.
Asmanvnersmis discredited their evtrnnr.
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised reme
dies and some believed it imHssibla for
simpio inomoinos mnue only irom vegetable
substances roots, herbs, c should possess
such marvelous pow er. Yet tliev can remlilv
comprehend that tho simple grasses of the
field, after undergoing the chemical processor
distillation designed by nature iu the cow and
churn, furnishes lis with hotter cerlainlvthn
most abundant fat, calorio or heatmnkfng
UUIIU, 11BOUU, lllllBClt', Bllien I11IU UlUUll'lllllKlUg
constituents for the human body.
Hut when thoso people who first doubt the
viiiLit.: ui iiit-si' rvuiuiiica coiiliiu'iico iiieiriisv,
they become their most earnest advocates.
WOEMS.
THE ONLY SAKE A SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, FIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE,
Never has a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have rured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or How els; tho knife
has been the sole relianco In the hands of ex
perlenced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
siiinirillian settles this nucstion. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well as Tumors in the Dowels,
I terns, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
Railway's Resolvent.
Bkvkrly, Mass., Julv 18, isffi).
Pit. R a i way: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in tho ovaries and bowels. All tho doctors
said there was no help for It. I tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try it, but had no faitli in it, because
I lind suffered for li years, I took six bottles
of tho Resolvent, one box of Railway's Fills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Rchef,and
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I have for 12 years Tho worst tumnr
wus in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to von for thebenelltof
others. You can publish it if von rhoose.
J1A..AU r. KJAl'l',
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the pant forty years well
known to the newspnper publishers through
out the United Stntes!
xbv Vnnr. fip.Lltth. inrn '
Dr. RanWAY Dear Sir: I am induced bv a
sense of duty to tho suffering to make a brief
statement of tho working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I havo been nillict
eif with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly afflicting disease, which
the physician all said was spasmodic stric
ture in the uret Im. as also iullaination of the
kidneys ami bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my age '3 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
number of physicians, and had taken a large
iiiautily of medicine, both allopathic and ho
UKuoputliic, but got no relief. . 1 hud read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and Mime four months ago I read a
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who hal long been suffering as 1 had been.
I went right off and got some of each your
Sarsnparillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Fills and commenced tuking
tlieni. In three dav I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
J, W.JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar per bottle, Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, nnd at Dr. Radwuy's, No. Hi
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
Ri. ZE.
HADWAY'S READY RELIEF!!
Cures the worst Paine in from 1 to SO minutes!
tjSr.Wr ONE HOCK after reading this
am ertlscment need any one suffer with puln.
It AD W A rs HEADY RELIEF
Is a cure for every pain. It was the first and
la the only I'aly Remedy that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allav Inflamma
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Sloinach, Rowel or other glands ami
organs, by one application. In from one to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating the lln, tho Rheumatic, lied,
ridden, Inllnii, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or jinrrirfi":i wun uisruse inuy sillier,
ItADWA VS HEAVY HE LIEF
Will afford Instant ea.e:
I ii flam in til Ion of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
the bladder, lullninmiition of thu Dowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Soro Throat, Diffi
cult breathing, Falpltution of tho lleart.llys.
tcrlcs, Croup. Dipthcriu, Catarrh, (nluenr.ii,
Headache, loothache, Neurulglu, Ulriniiu-
tism. Uililx, chills. Ague lulls.
Tho application of the Ready Relief Ui the
part or piiru wnero ine pain or iiuilculty ex
isIh willaffonl ease anil coiiifiirt.
110 Droit in a half tumbler Water will.
In a few minutes, cure Cramps, Hpusms, Knur
Stomach, Heartburn. Sick Jleiidache, Dlnr-
rhiea, Dysentery, i.oiic, mil iu the Rowels,
and all Internal 1'nlns.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
lianway s itenei wun ineiii. A lew drops In
wntcr will prevent sickness or paiua from
change of water. It Is better than French
Ilriimly or Hitters as a stimulant,
Favor nnd Asru cured for HO cent.
There is not a remedial agent In Ibis world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all that
Miilnrlous, HIllioiiH, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fever (aided by IladHav's Fills) so
quick us Railway Ready Relief, to cent per
uoiuo.
DR. RADWAY'S
PEEFE0T PURGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tiisluless, elegantly coated, for tho
cure or nil uiaoniera in mo nioinacn. J.iver,
llowcls, Kidneys, filndilcr, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, (Jostiyeness, Indiges
tion, Oyspepsia. Hlliousness, llllicius Fever,
iiiiiammiiiion oi iiiu jioweis, x-ues anil an lie
raiigomentsof the inlornal VlHe,cra,warranted
to effect a lmsitlve cure.
PURELY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Ainrcury, m mentis, or iicieienoiisiirugs.
Syohserve the followiuir symptoms re.
SiiTting from diseases of tho digestive organs I
Constipation, Inward Files, Kiillneflsof the
blood to tho Head. Acidity of the Htomarh.
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, 'ull
neasi or weight Iu the Fit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and dltliciilt
llreiilhlnir. Flulterlng at the Heart. Chokiiiir
orHufforatlngHeiiHalloiKWhen In a lying Fos-
turo, Dimness or visum, iioieur vviun oetore
tho Sight, t'ovor and Dull Fain In the Head,
Dellclonev In Fersplrntlon, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes. Fain In tho Side, Chest, Limbs
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Burning In tho
riosii. a few (loses oi runway rill will
free tho syslem from all the above disorder.
Prloa 85 Cent per Box. -
-iRADW AY aV CO.. 89 Warren cor Cliuroh BL
Kew York.
ti-fr" Read FalTO and True. Rend one latter
(tamp to Uadwnr A Co,. No. 89 Warren, cor.
Church hu, N. Y. Information worth thous
ands win do scut you. !
Newspapers.
T
HE McAETHUR ENQUIRER
,T . .. !
Newspapor, Book and Job
Pbinting Establishment
' ornoni
8ocond Story Bowkn'S Building, Main Street
MCARTIIUR, OHIO.
Tl McARTHUR ENQUIRER
Has Juit been enlarged from a f-coininn to an
8-column papor, and clothed in new typo
throughout. Its columns will be devoted to
the
General News of the Day
Giving a synopsis of events as they occur.
1 ha interests of our town and county will re
ceive particular attention. It will, as hero
tofore, be
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
AS?I.ESA.?LES9 IN THE EXPRESSION
OF SENTIMENTS in regard to the rights of
the people of this country, over opposed to tho
wrong.
"The Christian Witness"
The Organ of tho Christlnn Union General
Council ot the United States, is also published
from the same oillce.
Having purchased new type and material
for our
JOB DEPARTMENT,
Wo are prepared to do all kinds of
MERCANTILE
General Job Printing
In the neatest and highest style of the art, and
At Reasonable Rates!
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, FUNERAL NOTICES.
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3LPxiraaltvi.ro ! "
11 iM M . aaiaieTisVtwn
i w 31" ' it rr - i
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
IVIRY DESCRIPTION of FORNITOI if MODERN STYLES
I mnnufacturo lo oiiler and repair Furniture of all kinds, at tlio most rensonnble prlcos.' lani
prepared to furnish , . ,,.,(.
COFJFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY, i'
and aoconipanv thorn with ft Hearse. ifeiJrTho paMio aro invited to call and
.xaniineStool, PARIS 1IOKTON.
March 10th, 1872. ... -
3Pxi.rxU.tia.or ! !
MniTrTzlji
POST-HOLE BOEER.
JEA HART,
l'atenloo aud Manufacturer or
SAW AND QRIST MILLS
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, West Va.
THE Grist Hills, being; portable, nro on
Iron Emma, and
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And the best Mill over nmdo for all kinds of
tr..i nn l.rt m.tl .. ...... -1. .1 LI - ... Ilill.
,i,uiuug, i,tu uv viiciiy uiiMiuit(i luatr iiiuie
or any other powor, and wnrrantod to grind
riuur uuu jueai ot a superior quality nt
greater ruto of speed than anv other Mill,
without hcatinir or othor iliflle.ulty the
weight being 1,400 pounds, occupying only 8
feet square on tho floor. AVill k'" 20 to 00
bushels per hour. If within thirty days, tlio
Hill does not provo satisfactory, it may bo re
turned and money nnd all charges refunded.
Hart's Tost-Holo Borer,
FA ffllfll.nillftnil In m.Ln i..rt Iml ia In
one of nny other; docs lis work rnp
Idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
IN ONE.' DAY!
No fault can bo found with it after
rial. Sent to any one on trial who
will send mo the 'endorsement of tlio
Post Waster. Agents wanted.
lit A H A It T,
Clarksburg, W. Va.
1 iu; runners mm outer mil ee ine
vf J'ost-iioio Jiorer at tno .no.uihH
Olllco.
Medicines.
No Fenon can take these Dlttera accor;
g to directions, and remain long unwell, provide
teir bone are not destroyed bv mineral noivm or othi
peans, and the vital organs wasted beyond the twill
)f repair.
ajyepepBia or anaiuTeaiion. neaaacne, fil
t. .t.. ci...u.M r....i.. i-:ni...... .r .k. n.... ti:.
II .IIS UIIUUIUII,VUJI JlglHIICMUl .11? I.C3.. AJl
liness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tail
h the Mouth, Bilious Attack, Palpitation of til
Heart, Inflammation of tlie Lungs, Pain in the region
f the Kidneys, and hundred other nainful svnintomi
Jre the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaint
hu no eaual, and one bottle will Drove a Letter cum
jintee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
trov r cniaie ajompiaiut, in young or cm
parried or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or tti
urn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided aj
lilluence that a marked improvement is soon pcrcep
ble.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheui
ruatlara and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inlet
siittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidney
Mid Bladder, these Bitters have no equal, Such Dii
jases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is general)
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
Thsr are a Gentle rursat Ive a well su
', Tonie, possessing also the peculiar merit of actin
I a powenui agent in relieving congestion or innani
tiation of the Liver and Vucer.il Organs, and in Biliou
piseases.
For Skin Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boll, Cat
iundea, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
epelaa. Itch, scurfs, Discolorationsof tlie Skin, Humor
nd Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or ntur
ir literally dug np and carried out of the system in
diort time by tlie use of these Bitters
Grateful Thousand proclaim Vinigah 'Bit
reel the most wonderful Invigorant that ever euitaine
lie sinking system.
t WALKER, Prop'r. It. H. McDOJIALD v CO.
pruggisl and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal
ana cor. ol wasnington and Uiarlton ht., New York,
OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
A BOOK FORTIIE MILLION J
Marriago
A nrlraUCounulortatht
Utrrled or tlion about 1
I ! marry on the p)iriielr))rii
mxittrlcitud rivtUlluDiot
tbo iiittl it tern, wfih ibi
Guido.
UUit diieoTtiiei la prodoelhj and prtvwiUai offipriaf,
how to prcitrva tbo compleiion.Ac.
Thill n liiurfltilof work ortwa hundred ill tlxlf
riKi,wltb auroeroui eoiravlDRS, and oodUIds vtluabl
n form t loo far iboio who trt niarrliltaroontaBipUtoir
rUM ftUlltlli book thfttoughltabtkoptuDdtrloOt
uid ktf , and noilavtd cirelenljr about tho how
It conUini tho txporieaco pad rtlc" P t ft phnUUt
wboM ropuutlon lo worldwldo, and should hi In tho prl
vol drawtfr or ctery nolo ond ftmaltthroufhout thoontlrt
lloht . It ombrioto Torjthlni om tbo oabioot o f tbo gu
orotlro iTitctn that U worth knowing, and, nuobtbat II
ot publlthrd In any othtr work.
H.ot ta auy do (troo ( doimco) for Vlftr CmU .
AddrooiDr. llutW UUpfUjar.Ko, XS K. KlghthttrMi
It. Ualf Mo. . M
ITotice to tho Afaicted and Unfortunata.
Herort arplylDi to tho notorlooo qaaoki who adrtrUoo la
Iiublio paptro.or tiling any quack romedtoi poraso Dr.
I atli' work no raottor whit your diMuo If, or how doplor
abUyotir oondltiop.
Dr. But ui aooupiei a donblt hmo or twnlf iofn
roomi;! alndoriq by wtnoof thoiaooioolobratod modi
oalprofoooorsofthlioountrr and Buropo.andoanho aon
lulled poroontlly or by mv on tliodlotoio montlonod In
tali worm. Offlco and pnrlori.No. 13 H. Klghtb Itroat,
hotwMa Wax hi I and Cbtnvt, fii, Uuli, Mo.
ItCEP TIIK BLOOD POU
And the health of the (yxtoi
will follow. Tlioro Is n prepnn
tion of Iron anil l'olie Ilo
more ofloctunl tlinn all otlior
which will removo from yov
fystom tho tmpuro nnd vitlute
blood wliicli cnusen disease, nn
nt tho sumo time build up you
honlthnndstroiigth Itaeve
failK lo rum. If you hay
Hcrofnla,(nrelalonii nlaeai
est or the ;yp or Knre, o
Dcrolnli in any form. Ti
tor, MliKe NwelllsiK', ol.
Horra, Ulcer, or Herofuloa
Inllninuintlona, you caa rel
ou being on red with thin props
ration known na nr. Crook'
Compound Ayrnp of I'olc
Moot. Kiienmatlsm, lnln
In 1.1 nibs or Hones, t'onatlto
Mourn brokendown by Moroti
onrfld by it. For esypnllla, o
ny fiiiiiinu uiu.uii.'roisraou,
liiK eqiml to IU A. (Hal wU
prove It.
Beautify your Complexion.
Do not ttso paint or powdnr, hut got a mor
Ptrraancnt beauty by purifying your blooc
Ills preparation of Iron and 1'oke Itoo
nukes a rough and soaly Mkl n soft and smootl
jhatiRoil that Hallow complexion to ono c
.Toehiiossoiicl health, and romove nny Kriirj
MvaUlaraapa or the Nkln, Vlmplcs, l'u.
Inlea, Illotclieaet Kriintlon. if you wlnl
Ssy olieokiand a healthy oomnlnxirin uuu lit
ook'aConipuundUyfuDof l'olctlloot. 'V
T
0 THE LADIES.V.
A aX.nairA linoV rontaliilnir nnsworl to
niiHstlons of great Impnrtiinre. Sent free for
ten cents, Artilress 11118. II. MKTBOEH, Hn
0TM'. . ;! lWe-Iob. , "Ja-ittJO.
V
lands;
Jest Thing in tho West! '"
ATCHISON. TOPEKA. & SANTA FK B. U.
THREE MILLION ACRES
Situat in and ntnr tho Arkmtta Valley,
tlit finttt Portion of Kautatl
Eleven years' credit. Seven per cent. Inter
est. 22, per cent, reduction to
soUlcrs who Improve.
A FREE PASS XO LAND BUTTEItS 1
v
THE FACTS ahout tills Grunt aro Low
Prlcos, Long Credit, and a Rebate to settlors
or nearly ono-l'om tli; ft Klch Soil and Splen
did Climate; short aud mild Winters; early
lilnntinir, and no wlnteriiiK of Stock ; plenty
of Raiiilnll, anil Just at tlio right, season ; Coal,
Stone andilriekon the lino; Cheap Hates on
Lumber, Coal, &c.: no lands owucd by Spocn
i..i,.a. iiniiinati'iul nnd l're-ciiuitions now
abiuiditnt; a II rat-class Knilroiul outhollneof
a great Through Koute; l'roducts win pay
for Land and Improvements.
IS 13 THE BE8T OPPORTUNITY EVER OF
FERED TO THE PUBLIC, through tlie recent
completion of the Kuaci.
For Circulars and genernlinforination, ad
dress A. K. TOUZALIN,
Munagcr Land Den't,
TOPEKA KAN
BejjyFor information and Tickets apply to
J. S. HUIW, Agent,
MoArtnur, 0.
PUMPS.
mericau Submerged Pump.
"The Best Pump in the World."
OUH AGENTS report over $100,000 worth of
property saveil irom r no tins year oy inese
iiimis,bciiig the most powerful force-punips
in the world, as well us Non-Kiikkzino.
See Oetubor niintlier, itairc 3!KVulo the Pre-
niiinn lit, pagvs'.i.ioi tne Atnericnii Agricui
turist. This paper nevor deceives tlio farmers.
OUU lllll 111 I' Kilt (11,1 IIIIIIII.Cl . '(W i.
one. If It don't do tlie work claimed, fend it
back and get jour money, an WE WAKHANT
our puinis to do all we claim for them on our
circulars.
Send for circulars or orders lo tlie Hridge-
port Jl'f gCo., Iso. 05 Chambers st,,Acw i oik.
An order for nine No. 1 l'limps scourcs an
exclusive town agency. 17-tf.
tflREER'Sf'
SHOTGUN
Nl
G BEST IN THE WO
RLD. J j
BERS tffeUipZM.
semdI on a
New York Office. 27
IUCKE YE BELL FOUNDRY,
XtUblUhed la 1887.
Superior Bells of Capper n
Tin, mounted wltU tbe beef
Rotary Hanging, for CHURCHES
CmuiAi. C.A.i. timi.ir. llniin.
HOUSES, t REALISMS. OWES ULOCrS
Chimes, ETO. Fully Wcrranted.
lUuMratei Catalog Bent Fret
VANDUZEN '& TIFT.
102 and 104 East Seoend Street. Cinoinnitl
"yriCK'S FI0BAL. GUIDE
POBTHEYEAB 1873.
T1IK CC1DH is now publlulicd Quarterly.
in cvnts pays for the year, four uitmliera,
which is not half the cost Tlioxo who after
wards send niotiov to the amount of (Ine Dot
lar or more for seetls, may also orders 95 cents
worth extra tlie price paid for the Uuldo.
The January Number is beautiful, giving
plans l'ur making Uural Home, Designs for
Mining lame Deiomiioiis, tviuuow (ianiens,
&c.,nuil coulaiuiiig a maisof infonnation in
valuable to tho lover of Mowers. One hundred
and 11 ft v pages, on fine tinleil paper; some five
nuimrcii eugravingH, ana u suiiori) Loioreu
1'lnte and ( liromo Cover. Tho llrst edition of
I'wn Hundred Thousand JiiHt printed InEn
ilish and (jernmn, and readv to send out.
JAMES VICK, Itoi hosier, N. V.
fNn.T-Hm.-wAe1
MP IP
Railroads.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to the Lake mid the North
west.
TWO EXPHESS TBAIN8 DAILY,' t'l
. . -As follows; , ,, , -. ,
' Depart " '-Denart.
Athens ..... 0:80 a.m. 8:llip. in.,,
Arrive Arrive.
Coltimliiid.'A ',' 0:N)a.m.' ' ' 6:40 p. ut. '-
Cleviilaml ... ..... 8:59 p. in, , , 7:110 a. ill,,,
1'lttHlmigh.. 8:111 " !l:S0n.m,
riidlanaolls..w: :' "' ' " iM ft
Chicago - a. m. 8:45 '
Xonla 12:10 p.m. HMSp.lil.
Duvton . ........ 1:10 " , 0:45 "
Springfield. ..... .-.1:!)0 " ;; ! 8:03. '
' Close connection made at Lancaster for Clr
cleville, Ziiuesvillc unit all jiolnts on tlie Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley Kitllnmd, -
Direct connections mudo at Columbus for
Dayton, Kpringllelil, IiiilianupoliH, Chicago
and all points West. Also, lor Clevelund,
Utill'ulo, ritlsliurgli, and all points East.
Take the Hocking Valley and I'uu Handle
route to Chicago atiil tha Northwest; it Is the
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving passengers
tho benefit of quicker time and lower rates
tliuu by nny other line. - ; .
'.I. W. noiIEitTY.Sup't.
K. A. Bl'Kl.L, tieu'l Ticket Agent.: r.
Cin'ti Muskingum Val'y R. R.
On and after 'Monday, November 18. mt,
train will leave nnd arrive at Lancaster,
(Bunitays exooptcd.) us follows: . i i 1 i.
(IOINU WKHT.
Kuprtmanil Mull. ' Aceommoilatlrm.
Arr. 10:40 a.m. . Arr. T:l p.m.
aOIMO HART. " !
Arr. 8:Wp.m. Arr. fliSOa.m. .
Direct connections made at LANCA8TEB
with trains on tho Columbus ami Hooking
Valley Ilallvoail for Athena, McArthur. Chll.
licdtin;, l'orUinoulli, Marietta, ami fnr Coluiu-
DlrectcinneetlonsinniUi nt ANEHVILLR
Willi trains on tho llaltlmuro & Oiilo It. It., for
Kastnrn Cities; nt MOItllOW und DRKHUKN
JUNCTION with train ou the l'lttsburgli.
Clnisinnatl A Mt. Ixiui Itailroad, East and
West IU II. lUILKV.iiuu'l Ticket Ag't.
C. V. Wait, auporlntyndent., r ( ty
gents to coinineniie businua with, and large
cominisMon" allowel for selling. . AiMresa,. 3.
B. CONOVKll, coliiwater, alio
II.' 1 14.
Jin-ew I
rOD PUINTINfl of every' doscrliilloh Uav
Jy and promiftly exenW4 at thlofuc j
Cin'ti Muskingum Val'y R. R. Time Tables.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
OnIyIfiajstk liaHita 4U A'ttUuuiO.ClVl-.
tol and Eastward.
j T'V'YT 1 -
,
On and aftor MondaY, Noobih6i,'1ll,'Ti'iilu
will ruu as follows: e
,KAS'f WSiI, -cw,uniA . flint
'MaJT
w- I I II J AJprr.! I Mint I
StprHt
l)oiatt..,,,
l'arkei'sliurg
Cumberland. ....
Hnruors Feirv... .
Wasnlngton June.
... Arrive.,,.
BiiUitnore
Washington
Philadelphia
Now York
WESTWARD,
Depart....
Knir Yni'lr . ........
0 55 Am 40 I'm
Ha51'm S3) Ant
(10!) " 5 51 "
8 311 81M) '
844 Am
1 VI Pin
4 45
8 OB""""
025 "
8 55""'
10 00 "
Has Am
815 "
8 4tl""
10 00 "
laurm
l'JMPni
410 "
lisoi'iii
renoAm
9 20 Pm
4 00 Am
800 Pm
8 50 Am
9 20
1204
8 45 Am
1100
Fluliirtelplila.,...,
Washiiigtou
lUMAm
U 45 I'm
0 45 I'm
800
jsaunnuro
Arrlvn
8 00
405 Am
Washington JutiC.
4J5
850 't
lOUti "
8 "
iiarpor's rvviy.i.
Cuniberland
18 00 Pro
600
Parkorsmirg
Pullman Palaos Drawing Boom Sleeping Oarii
Which aro ns oomrortauie, eiegautiy iurnisueu
ami almost equal to a lire-side, are on nil
trains irom uiuciiiuhh hi jmiumoro'- mni .
Washington. Bee Schedulo of Cincinnati und
,..lA...ri..tl.u.n.l flu... nvrlvlnirlliiil iln
mill mtvH i.i.ii n,i, i.'i m.. ...... ...q ...... ..v
parting from McArthur. ' . "
Tho advantages of this roulo over all other
Is, tnai It gives an inivoiere iuiiiihih uumiB"
tickets the privilege ot jiaitlug llaltimoi-e,
Plilladelphia. ami the National Capitol frco.
Timo quicker nnd ratcsof faro lowcr.ithlm
by another route. , . . , : .
The scenoi-y along this Hallwajr ia not
equalled tor graudettrou thU Coutiuunt.
'' TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT, i
This lino offers superior Inducements the
rates being one-third lower to and from Dos
ton, Now York, or nny other enitorn point.
In onlering goods ot any description from tho
Knstglvo directions to ship via llnltlinoio A
Ohio II. 1L, and in shinning Kast give same di
rections. Freights shipped by this mute will
have despntoli, and bo handled with earo and
save slilpporsmiich money.
' K. GUILFOUD,
Gen. Freight Ag't. Daltimoro
L.M. i:OLE.
Gon. Ticket Ag't. Ilaltimore.
8. It. JOKES,
Cen. Pass. Ag't., Cincinnati,
East and West. BEE LINE.
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On nnd aftor Monday. May 28th, 1871, Kx-
Prcss Trains will leave Columhus nnd Crest
iuo aud urrive at points nauieil below us fol
lows; Btatluna. No. i. No. 4. No. 0. "
Columbus... .11:10 a.m. 4:10 p.m. 2:85u.m
Crestllnu 12:80 p.m. 0:25 . 4:50
Clovcland.... 8:45 9:45 7:80
Buffalo 10:80 '4:10 ,8:00 p.m.
Niagara F'ls 7:O0 a. m. 0:45 a.m. 4:40
Rochester... 1:30 7:05 6:05
Albany 9:45 9:00 p.m. 1:80 a.m.
Woston 6:20 p. m. 11:20 11:00
N. Y. City... 8:80 6:80 , 0:40
Crcstllno ....19:45 p. m. 8:85 p.m. 8:85 a.m.
Pittsburgh.. 9:85 1:25 a.m. 8:45p.m.
Harrisburg , 7:15 A. m. 11 :25 2:40 a.m.
Bultimoi-o... 10:40 . 2:40 p.m
Washington. 1:10 p.m. - 0:25
Philadelphia!! :15 a.m. 8:15 7:00
Crestline ....11:80 p. m. 7:45p.m.' 5:55a.m.
Fort Wayne,. 5:30a.m. 1:15a.m. 11:25
Chicago 18:10p.m.' 7:20 KM) p.m
JlJ"No, 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. in
lias a Through Car via Delaware lorBpring
Held, reachiug Springlleld without vhangoat
7:20 p. m.
Truln No. 2, on the Columbus A Ifoeking
Valley ltuilroiul connect with No. 4 train.
Through Tickets for snlo at Athens.
PASSENOEIt TltAINS retiirniiig arrive at
Columbus at 12:80 a. nt., 11:15 a. in., uudU:50
a. in.
BrjyPalace Day and Sleeping Cars
On AH Trains.
No. 6 leaving Columbus nt 2:85 a. in., on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
both Erie and New York Central Hallways,
arriving at New York ou Monday morning tit
6:40a.m. .1 . -
For particular Information in regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points Kast, West, North and (South, apply to
or address E. FOIiD, Columbus, oiilo.
E. S. FLINT, (Jen. Sup't.
JAS. PATTE1180N,
' i i i tiunorul Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
EUGENE FORI),.
;,,..;: I'SHuHnirnr A irent. i )ol iiiii bus. Ohio,
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
This is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
Tlie (.rent Through Mall ami Exnruss Pas
senger Line to St. Louis; Kunsas City, ht. Jo
sciili, Donver, San Fritucinco, nnd nil points In
Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.
Tho shortest nnd only direct route to In
dhinnixilis, Lafayette. Terre II unto, Cam
bridge City, Springlleld, reorla, llurlingl'Jii,
Chicago, Milwaukee, Ht. Paul, and all points
in the Northwest,
. The Indianapolis, Clnclnniitl it T.nfayetlH
Rnilroail, with its connections, now offers
passengers more facilities In Through Coach
nnd Weeping Car Service tlinn tiny oilier line
from Cincinnati, having the adviiulnge of
Tlimugh Daily Cur from Ciueiitnali to Ht.
Louis, Kansas t ity, SI. .losuiili, l'eoi iti, llur
lington, Chieiigri, Oinahti, und all liiteriiiuilitita
points, pi-eseiiliug to Colonists n ml Finiillles
such roinl'oits nmi uccoiuinodntions as are
all'ordeil by no other route.
Through Tiekuts and llnggngc Checks to all
points.
Trains leave Cincinnati nt7:!J0n. m., 8:00 p.
in., ami 9:00 p. in.
Tickets can ho obtained nt No. 1 II u met
House, comer Third nnd Vine, Public Land
ing, corner Main anil ltiver; also, at Depot,
coruor. Plum and Pearl streets. Cincinnati,
lie sure to purcluiso tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati A Lafuvetto ltnllixuid. ;
O. UAltKINGEIt,
Mastor Transportation, Cluciiiiiali. ,
V. IC. LORD,
- Chief Ticket Clerk. Clnclnnntl.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
On anil after November 9, 1872. Trains will'
, run as follows t -
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CINCINNATI liKI'RKHS wil) run dally, Ail
other triiliiailiiliy.cxieiitWin.lay. " . irl
Cincinnati KXi'ItEHS. uahX, niftkei no
i(l beoea Maiudru and Athens.
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