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"g N. FRESHMAN, !. XfV .., j !
AclvertlslnB Vgrent, 4
; ; ' V 190 WIST FOURTH STREET, y j '
Is an authorized Agent to roclove artvurtise
' menu (or tliti pupur.' IIn hut ipuclnli ar
rHiigements with religious, agricultural and
oilier newspapore. '
:'''.Jyf;J- LOWERS,
v RESIDENT DENTIST;
' . . I MoARTnUit, OHIO. '' I
Blackberries will not bo plenty.
. . , Evening drive? are fashionable.
' Wiatheu tyas boon pleasant foi a
whole week.'
.
y;.o If yon need any blanks or bltifak
' bookaj giyo ns a call. ; ; ' ...
If several weddings do not soon
comfi oflf in this place, there will be
a huap qf Jovq'n labor lost
ri; I '.tiu-t-r 'yl,li mm)rrmmm .
j-,,,!,,! Advertisements neatly arul cn-
spcuously inserted in thia "p'atfor
on reasonaoie terms. . -
i A stroll' 'noatu the wild wood's
leafy shade . considereAa' iVpur
vi ... " 'I l kit
fi good thing about now .'
' YUan Svrot, flifrN'CDli ill i ecil ej
-' swam a distance of five miles' in tlio'
Ohio, on Sunday, the Cth, in sit.
lr.' FAhMEhs avo how' lathe jhi.clstiof
harvest, and consequently, phe town
y has a dnU nppqarunce. J. 5 ( ' J
'. ..! , It was well said by 'a chap the
'.',' other niglit that the. hot weather is
equal to seven days, because j it
makes one weak. .'. ,, i
reUr - ti ,
Rags. If you , have'' rags, old
books, etc., bring them, to this of
fice, and exchange them for paper,.
envelopes, etc. ' . , -
mm m - a
Ten cents will pay postage on the
: McArthur Enquirer until January
1st, when the' present'1 "postage
- grab" law" wfll'Be epeafed.' ;!
'' ' m!'- j'w '" ,llV
Dr. K. J. Bowers, Dontist, JloArtlinr, 0.
. , The idea 6f a fello, spying tip
all night 'with a' gipl Vinr.the.thin
disgui se of "Jus to; hear the dear
little birds sing in the morning"! is
preposterous. - ..--' , . v f
The attention i of thai'puMia lis
dirocted to the card,' i 'ii ilila puppr,
of G. W. Tinkham anil MW.'ElIza
Hyson, who have leased the Baugh
man House, at Zaloski. i '
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' . Dr. N. J. Bowiri, Pentlit,' McArthur, O
Dr. Bowiri desires to call atten
tion to his speciality, that of i. treat
ing and preserving the natural
teeth. . Attend to this right away.
Give hlnri'a call.'
23-lmo
. Champion Reaper and Mower ;
for sale pn very moderate '
" ;1 TERMS FOIl CASH, '.
or will ejtcha,nge,a , machine ,fqr a
pair of mules. ; ; - 'J : ' "."
' ; '. ;;; ; -, J. S.:HunN. '
J.', S.' Mu.ts and1 D, f 0. LnSTp,
graduates of the New Iork Phren
ological Institute.are giving a coiled
of Lectures on 'Man land his Rela-
tions," at Zalcski. v '' i-. - i
i -. j
'Tuosa? who desire the"cbmforts
and conveniences of, .ft honie, fyhch
called to the sprightly , tovrn , of
Hamden, should stop at the "Ilara
den House," Mrs. Sherod, proprie
tress. ' . ' ,'
We had a call, the, past', week,
from Mr. Jonu Emmu-l, traveling
agent for, Miller's Mineral Water
Manufactory, at Chlllicothe. lie is
a "good fellow," and deserves success.
Lost Terrier Dog Glossy
blaolc color, white spots on fore feet
and breast, The dog jumped from
the train between McArthur and
Vinton, on tho 3d of July. Liberal
. reward paid for the same. .
MRS. G. W. TINKHAM,
Zaleski, O.
i New apples are making their ap
pearance. Mr. J. S. IIuiin received
throe bags full of apples' late Satur-
day evening, and in less than a,n
- hour were all sold out, by pock
m.iaaiirn. tn na manv tlifTortint ' nar
J r
tlesi That 'iiiaybe. called1 . 1'qulck
sales."
From a letter received by our Su
' p'orlntendent from "his father, who
resides in Sanndors county, Not
' . braska,' we loarn that' harvesting
comme need. In that locality on the
Jltk inst., and that a better crop1 of
whoat never grew. Other grains
promised well.- -i
Oeoucje L, Petitt, a blacksmith,
l: wlio had resided lu Hamden," Vln
V', ton county, for several yeart, was
drowned iu"tli6 Sclolo River, a short
, . distance .above Pikcton, Plko counV
. ty, phlo, a few days ago. IIU body
. was jlhjt?d 'fffcrii ho Rlyel; at Pikc
ton, on Sunday afternoon, July Gib.
.i . Tho body , was inuali a woolen and
In aii ailviiucod. iiat'o bt dcobmpoiil
' " tIon;LaThedwcaBeilVtt fcti j48
yean of ago.
Dr. G. "L; Gorsline. This gon-
tleman has removed from Hamden,
Vinton county, to 'Athens, Ohio,
where ho . intends continuing the
praoUco;,of his profession haying
enfcre(f: Into 'partnerships with 'Dr.
HM. 'LASH.' Of the' last named
placo, V Dr.. Go'uscinj. has 'been a
resident of " 'Ilaindcnv for many
years.' lie, has enjoyed a good prac.
tice'.in this county, worth many
thousands of dollars annually; ;an'il
being a . gentleman ;of fine, profes
sional ucquiments , will make his
mark as a physician and surgeon
In any country.;' He possesses mind,
talent and qualifications of a high
order, and we congratulate tho
good people o,f Athena upon their
good fortune , in securing his loca:
tion and services in their midst j j
The Doctor and his excellent
family carry with ..them from, this
county to their new. fromothe , best
wrelrasDPany warm'iepds. We
wish tho Dr. the greatest success n
all futurjtiine! i;.i..'i - - j-.'.
Tno pab week has been .one (of
globuj () Murietta,; .Deatk aud fl-c'-'
cide,ut has been with ua,. The com
mencement excercuics- were, overi
clouded and saddened by the death
p? Judge, Wiou,! wjio.was Btrien
duwni suddouly iand withont a mo
ment's warning. Next followed the
pouitor of tho:i Megutar Jamjes
Goldsmith, who, in handling a r
v'olve.Txa'dTa" .p6rtio'pf ,hi right
hand blown awav " and1 oth'erwiso
painfully mutilated. Again follow
ed tho drowning. 'of , .Frederick Se
mon's son -whilst -bathing. Tijes
day,;Edgaf. .Pearce .was : consigned
to; his last Testing plsic- tiut a4in
in pnmo of manhood. Marietta
Tinei,:tOth: inst, ; ,'J.';..,;..'i"; i
Dr. N. jr.Bowera. Dantlst," ttc Arthur J 0
To Our Friends. With the do-.
-! T 'l.-1. ' "m T-i .':''
Biro uave ahb xNyuiittii as re
plete with county news as possible,
wo invite correspondence from
every - town -and hamlet in the
county.- Send us items in regard
to the best horses, cattle, sheep-r-your
minerals an their : develop
ment the crops the .' marrieges,
deaths, accidents,! etc anything
that - will interest -your; friend or
neighbor, or those abroad. All we
Tequiro are the faots:..'-v: ;
The Monroe County - Demoorat
truthfully says: -T?iie Democratic
masses know bo leader; - They can
not be driven into tho support Of
any, measure thatj will, injure, their
Cpuutry. They are Independent
The.V tliink anS a'ct 'for themselves.
If their representatives In Congress
or tho Legislature advocate a policy
which tbeyednhoi eanctipn1, instead
of upholding tho men, tliC3r oppose
both them and their suggestions.
An exchange says tho stove-pipe
head-dresses "now worn by womon
are going to be made taller still next
fall, the.paniers broader,, ,tho ,boot-
heels higher, and evening dresses
lower.- This information is derived
from a publisher of ..fashion plates,
who boasts, that he tan make and
unmake" fashions , by( means. of , his
designs.
. Lovers .'shouldt bo guardejf, iln
thci conversation wjiile pi-omenad-''
ing upon; the street. On Sunday
evening ta lady was heard to' re
mark, in' answer to ' a .question ro
poHnded bv her"'truO love," thatlhe
i'must stqr asking euch questions.''
. Fi(AORANTii'hoHecigar8 at the
Baughman ubum'fXwkU 'Mi WV
Tinkjiam, the proprietor, knows
what's good,. And serves his patrons
with . the'. best ; .The. 'same can', be
said of the general routine of the
management of bis hotel. It is the
placO.to stop at. '. " " ' '. ... j
Our' Superintendent," F.l li
AAis,Jh,as.1qqnclud.edtjo remain in
charge' of ''this VolHOe' itnd will be
glad to welcome. all tho'so' who may
desiro 'any " dOscription of Job
Printing. .... All work executed in a
neat and artistic manner, and satis
faction guaranteed. , ' ; , W
t ' wmm m m ai i' '
The Lancaster Gazette savs l
There ought to be a scarcity of
snaKcs in tuo uppor nocking valley
for some time to come, 'fho num
ber floated down by the freshet and
killed ' by tho crowds' of urcjiins
who clustered along the pike, west
of. the city,' waiting, club, in hand,
for the reptiles, Were almost Incal
culable. . ". , : ,
Tnie-local has heard tho com
plaints of iii aged.''parioiit'!.in, .re
gard to tiasoiV; Ho saya when iis
son's 'gal" vis in tOWttuU'wad se
rene arid lovely, lut since tlbr ilo
parturfl to' "ii neighboring town,
there is often a vacancy, jyher' he
son ought to bok v ) ' '
A man named Dohorty shot an
other named Geo. II. Schlcioh.'in
cold blood, at Lancaster, 0., List
Thursday. . It v at a cool,' del ibo
rato' murdor,' and . tho Jury.; tlia
wouldn't give him the hoinpen cord
ought to hang themselves, ' . ! 1
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A man munud Thomas McDonald,
about twouty-clght yoara of, age,
woary of life,, cut his throat at Lu
casville, 01iio,'ou last, Wednesday
tiioiiitug.!, pepresnlon'nf,H)trlts tho
'Yuu.'localityj Was, vlHiietl ity 'a
pleasant shower of rain yesterday.
Special Notices.
To. Kinui and Colorado I Unrlng tho
summer season of 1878, the Miusouri, yaclile
Railroad will sell Exeumlon Tickets from St.
Louis to Denver and return, at very low rates
oj fare, nU a rnrs ppportunlty in thereby of
fered, for loTora'of naturo to view tho beau
ties of Colorado and enjoy the delightful
Hccnery and health-Inspiring climate of the
I'nika of the Uix ky Moiiiitaiiic.
Kansas, with ita brum I and fertllo uUiins, is
directly on the route, together with all tho
other v estern States and Torritorlea, is readi
ed by tho MlBHiiurl l'aisUlc Uiiilroad and its
oonnectiont. The Texas connection of tills
rotid in- now completed, and pansengers are
offered a llrst-class, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri,
Kausas A Texas R. R. via Sednlin. or ovor the
Atlantic A 1'aciUo R. R. vln Vliiltn. For
maps, time table, information as to rnis,
routes, Ac., we icier our readers to J. r'.
Thompson, Southern l'SHsengor Agent, Cbat
tnnooga, Tenn., or K. A. Furd. G'n'r'l I'SHsen
ger A yen A, HU Louis, Mo. (Juestloni will be
cheerlully and promptly answered. 1-ly
- Fob Lobs of ArrsriTE, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Depression of Spirits and General
Dobillty, la their various forms, Fibro-
Phosporated Elixir or Calisaya made by
Carwkll, Hazard ft Co., New York, and sold
by all drugif Ists, is the bust tonic. As a stlm
ulent tonic Tor patients recovorinr from fever
or other sickness, it has no enual. If taken
durinir tho season it prevents fever and ague
andothor intermittent fevers. , 19-4w 1
Kmlirrntlon Turning-. Cheap Farms, in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic & Pacific
Railroad (Amipuny otters 1,200,000 acres of land
p Central and Bouth-west Ulssotiri, at from
to $12 per acre, on seven yoars' time, with free
transportation from BU Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil,' tliilber, mlperal wealth,
scbouU, churches, and law-abiding socjetj In
vite cniigrauta from all points to thialnnqqf
fruits and Howers." Forpartloulai addws A.
Tuba, T.anil Commlsslouor, St. Txulg, Mo. 1-ly
For Ayor's Modicines, go to G. W. Slssoij's.
We liave usedTTaige" quantities of Beymcr
Baumnn A Co.'i Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found it uulformly and finely
., hlt. .. .1 . - l.nJI.'
lM .lUw ko'Mva navjir questwnea, jwul we
choerfiilly recommend it. j
, . THOMPSON A MILLER, ' '
Master Painters.
AP-r-AlCfti-gjeian, residing' In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary and seminal orifans, and the whole
fualiuf.iliiilara brought 'on by biincfuV and
vicious habits. Great numbers have been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire: to bsnedttlie a 01 lc tod and unfortunate;
I will-send the redelut for crcpnHn ir arid tiling
this niedlclno, iii a sealed envelope, to any one
who needs It, Ff of Charge Address
',;ll .i ll.l;iJi?mf.:iNMAifi .,
Station D, Itible House, N. T. City.
March ID, Ib78-v1.nl0. , '
To the SunTerlng-". Tlte Rov. Wm. H. Nor
ton, whilo residing In Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered In ,ha( laml of inedlt-lnes nvrenioly
fur Consumption. Scrofula, Soro- Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
uoss. .This remedy has curod niysclf aftop all
other medicines had failed. u .- "i ; "
' Wishing to benefit the suffering, I will send
tlie rocipo for prepariug.and using this rem
edy, to all who desire it, Freo of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with jour name
and address, on lt' Address,. ',
Rev. WM. II. NORTON, '
076 Broadway. New York CitjX
10,7-1 vyiicf.';;1 ,H ,0 . T
, For Fine Perfumery, go 1a Slsson's Drug
Stofe'.' : ''''- ' v
jThm Best.Pla.ee. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, ijueenswnrn, uioxsware, noiions, sc.,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, iu Za
loski, at all times.1"' ' '
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of evory
description taken In exchango foi goods, at
his store, , In connection with his store he has
a Saddle 'and llurness Shop, and will repair
anything lu that lino on short notio ind at
low figures. Go and see him ,. . . tf '
For Pore Drugs and. Medicines, go to Sis
son's.
; Fife itavarest Thmskni-NlO.OOV but ties
of Greene's August Flower have been sold In
this State In three months. Wo only ask you
te go to the, drug stores of Gunning or Sjsson
McArthtir.'OMu; trfil g'eVa bottle7V eharat
or a regulaVVial-ut'W ttents. Every bottle
warranted to euro Dyspepsia or Liver com'
plaint, Sick headache, Costivoness, Heart
burn ' Watbrirfaah', SOurStomach,' Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by' Im
pure Blood, or dorauged Stomach and Liver.
Try it. 1 G. 0. OUKEN, Proprietor,
' " : '"" ' ' ' ,:.'Cplnmljos),Olil0k
Cii.'i III; 1lDl'J ntftr. J'-i
MiifeiI-Music!!
M' ' "'I l , I .
PIAKOS, ' ORQANS, " MELODEONS.
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I?rice.H Ifrom f0 to
::,;' 1,000.
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; STRINWAY'S tlnnos, acknowledged nnfN
volleU., ; , - ( - ;
' .I. V. HARRIS ft COM., Plaiios, positively,
the, best niqdliim priced pianos inodo. -
' IIACON ft CARRIS, good and vory eheap;
SMITH'S American Organs, the only Instra-
ment need by Mr. l'hllip Phillips, In his song
Hiur (iiruugn aurupo.
SPANG'B OrgariB, oolobrntod for their puri
ty and power of touu.
SUONINKR'S Organ. '
WOOD'S Organ's. ; ' " '.: ,
We are offering tlie above instrumenti from
ten to fifteen per ceub .1 ) . . .:, , ;
' ' , 1 ll. ill 'I 1 . -.' j., ( ' .' ,
1 Lower for Casii,
Than they ran ho purchased olnowhoro, Call
and see us at our resilience, or address, us by
letter. Wl Gi'arantkk Satihcaution. 1
. . 1 ' ' 1 '" 1 M, R, DAIINES, Agent '
July 9, 187S-Sin. McArthur, 0.
FRENCH'S . . NEW .HOTEL.
CorVcdFUaMt & Kew Ctfurcli StsMK. T.
UN Till KUHOPKAM PLAN,
, WioiiAiti) P. FBKNfH, Son of the lato Col,
Hklinrd French, of Fnuich'a llntol. lias taken
Uiis Hotel, newly flttod up and entirely ren-
nvnuici tuo sumo, i,enuaiiy locmon in me
business part of tlie City. Ladlim nnd gon
ti.mom.' Iiiniug Rooms attached, n!rieAw6m.
AGENTS iVyANTED,".: : ,
' In every county 6f each State,' for nw
Nltlional RiMlk. (THK 1,1 VKH AND PORTRAITS
or tiii rnicsinKNTRj with fan simile ropy of
tus I'eeinrai Kin ni iiKiepeniiunce, ine uonsri-
Pitlon of United States,-and WaMhlngtnn's
ai-ewnll AildrwM, with IV An atoel plntos.
For circulars and terms, address Johnson
Wilson ft Co., M Bookman 8U N, Y,
i)ffeftw-8in. 1
BAUOIIMAN HOUSE.
(J. W. Tinkham and Mrs. Eliza Ify.
' kon; rrcprlotors;
'Having lessed this Hotel; w would Inform
the trnvulinir nuhllo and others, that tlmv
havo thoroughly renovated and refumlKlind
Ik. it is capaions rvinl emuiuiKllous, and the
pmpi tutors will endinvor bp aitut'iniiiialate all
who may ravurj uinin Witn their unlninage.
Lunch served upon kniimuml'a notuO. Tenuis
will be provided for.. Tohacvo, Clgais,' ete.,
ei'b mi uiiuif. Aus 111 modulate.
Jul ifl, ima-iu.
Music.
New . Music ! I
1, . J V. ti'j. 'till C
J. L Peters. 599 Jroadwaji N Y.T.
And mailed, post-piiiil, on receipt" of marked
.. . price. I
VOCAL.
1 1
PKICIt.
Above and Below.i Sacred Bong. ...By
. , Juch.ffl 80
Back (o the Old Home. Song and Clio-.; ;
. ms... Stewart. ) 80
Boautlful Fonn of my Dreams. .Stewart.- 80
LFuning, n eep no more, oong uu v,uu- i
, rus. Have. Se
Do not Vt'oop so,- Sister darling. , m
eoug. . . . i ..Dtewain. , u
Don't forget to Write me. SongandCho--
i . rus Cox.. . 85
Fold . wo,; our hands. , Song or
i Duot......Bondeu. 80
Gone to the Heavenly Garden. Songl j '
i Chamberlain. ..! 85
If you werel. would yout Soug..bbattuck. . ' SO
Kiss me. Darling, ere we part .Stewart. ; 30
Little illind Noll. , Song and Chorus.
- juaoy. o"
Little Dan. . Song and Chorus Hays. ' I )
Ivord, forovor at Thy Hide ..... r. . Danks. - 0
Meet me, Bessie, in the Doll..,. Stewart. " I 80
Meet me, Dearest, with a Kiss.. ,. Danks. ' , 80
M y bov across the Hea.. . . . Ilavi. I i 85
Oh 1 (iivu me a Homo in the South. .Hays. ' ' 40
Oil, Kami Hons mid Chorus.., ... . .Hays, j 40
Only lor You I Bullacl.. A ; ...Delionx.ii 85
Our Little Pet Song and Chorus. .Hay. i 40
Pupa, stay home. Temperance Song, il
.' i --..-I ' ' . HaysvJ 40
have one BrightCrown forme.... . Hays.' 40
We pray you Sing that Hong. ' Duet, x
V ' : .1 i .. i Uolphns. 85
IVilt thou AVeop when I am Low n i
-i..J WsUkw.-' - 85
I N S. X II 1131 E N.T.'ilTi-
POLKAHSunbeamy by Klukelj - cts.l
Belle of Saratoga, by Victor, 85 ct.: May
b'lowors,-bv Simouj 85 cts. ' (
MAZCUkAS.-Awakenlngof the Blrds, 60
cts,!'Happy TlionghtN; by-Walker: 80 ts.i
Laughitig -wave, by Wilson, 50 eta.; Sunbeam,
by l'ealier,'40ct."
GOLOPS, Charlie's and Freddie's oj Ki
kel, acl8liet. -i -i " ! ' i
HHOTrisciimK.-i-Fttial Glatfrte, ? Tooog,
to cts.rMay Uonihig, by Scbmidt,50ets.; Su
heam, by Hamnel,35 ots. ; and Willie's b Kl
kel 85 eta. ' -;-1 '' -'' - K
- M R(HE8ii-Belie ef Snratega' by Baum
bach, 4cts.: Moll ie'S by Kinkel, 85cts. .'
wALTZKS. Clnrltav'OoorgiO'si Lottie's,
Snllio's and Maggie's, by Kinkel, saoh 85 cts.;
Drops of Dow, by Allard, 40 cts; Sunbeam, by
Muse, 85 cts. i .
FUUR HANDS. Amarvlis, 60 ots; Joeui
Polka, as ets.l'Lovs'8' Chase Gallop, 85 ots.;
Praise of Woman" Polka-Masnrka all by
Dressier.
SALON PIECES. Dance of the Hayma
kers; Wilson, 75 cts.: Love's Caresses, Kin
kel, 40 cts.; May Blossoms, Kinkel, 50 ots,;
Plninte dus Flours, Toiel, 40 cts.,, WliUporing
(Breezes, 'M'ilmn, 50 ots. ,., , ..-. . j ' , ,
Any Of 1,11)0. above mallody posi-paid, 04 re
' , i ii' ul.tflf price. ,., ,. . ;..,
AiWrcss,! , ,, , . , I , . . . ..
eft w, ., .. J., L.ifiTl!R9, 699 Proadway,' j.'T.
Newspapers.
Vol. - VII. 1873. :'
X. R' I? Bid P L i'M A G A Z I N B.
" "' ' Ed'!ta ly EdwartL' x! Salt. " '
The enlarged resources placed in the hands
of tho OM-ANn new hy the public and by the
proprietors, enable them to announce a vol
ume of wider interest than they have ever
published. t ' -
- Mrs. GtoenettKsl's story, 'Pythonla,,,:.and
Mr. Hale's stor4-,'"Ups and Do wns' will be
mntiniiefl'arid oompletd in this volume.' 1
A series of short, stories by Miss Meredith,
Mrs. Htowe, Mrs. Whitney, Miss Hale, Mr.
Perkins, Mr. Loring and ethers, b, been, en.
gaged. 1 ( W ; ,'i ' i (
airs, Martinenu's Series will be continued
in papers nu "The Church and its Exclusive
Claims," "Godwin Humanity," Ac : t
The aeries of artfclijs on Political cfehee,
by gentlemen of recognized ability, will com
prise papers on 'Rail roads, Servants or Mas
ters," 'The Ranot iii Kngland," "Land,"
"Thol.awof Murntime Jurisdiction, f 'The
Indian Oiiostiu,'' "The Huffrage of Women,'!
"Efiuul Taxation," "Tariffs and Protection."
"What tho' New Administration must do,"
"Lnhorand Wages Question." i w i , j
Tho subloct of critical interest In f
KTDBAt, xiyrOltTAM'FHIlSofHj a
will bo illustrated by different gentlemen em
inent in their linm of research. '. We shall
soon have the pleasure of printing papers,
among others, by Prof. Losliif, Mr. Jlill, Dr.
Kellog, Dr. Cray mid President II 1 It. : T !
The Uxaiitinerlebotaonfiiied in the review of
the publications of a few houses, but attempts
to give some account of the- more important
Issues from the Frencli, German and Knglisk
press, as well as our owm i i . ..i.. , . ,.,
Tho record of -progress desorihet the Sub
stantial advance which the world has 'made,
in whatever direction, or la whatever region,
with special rel'ureneo to -improvements lu
dementia Ufa which may bo attempted jis
iiliuucii, . , , . ; , . , ....... .
. The magazine will be under the Editorial
cnargeni itwani K. lialo, whoiwill hats-wider
assistauee tlian heretofore in the manage
inent of its joiiruulDopai-.tiiientr , ,.
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IU li
wi'ATHIC HPKCIFIO, No. TWENII,
XIOUT. THIS 80VEREI0N RBJiKDY tense
Ii M, tba system, atrssta Aba disohamss. aisd In.
f ,go ana tmngyi- lute, sod viMibf to tha
entire man.
They have owed thousuds of u
Pnes, tb Mrpaokagsof five boxes and alargell
vial, whiob is rmrw unsortant in obsttnste or aid
esses, or Jl pnr single W Sold by ALL Draf
giiits, suidmnthy mail on recehitof prie. AdrtroL
HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIO MBDICINI
JO ae Bboapwat, N. Y. Bend for elulr.
'GREAT CAUSE
BUMAii knm,
Just Published in a Sealed JEnvel
;ii i ..! ope, , PHci Six Cents, i 'i .,
' , .'I ' I -1' ' I '- , ' .1 ,. .- . '
A leeturo on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical eureof Keinlnal Weakness, orHiwr
matorrhoea. imliiced by Self-Abuse, luyolun
tary KiiiUsIoiih, Jiurwtuney,, Nervous ltbl.
Ity, and JmpeUliuents to Marriage generally
Cousipnptloi, .KnlliMuy aad Kits Mentfl aed
PhyMral Inrh lacliy,' Ais By ROBKKT i.
( UtVlCHVYKLL, M.D., author of the "iireen
- Tho worldrf aowneil author, tn this admira
ble leeturo, clearly proves from his own X
porleiiee that the awful conseiinenrui of lelf
abuse may bp vll'ectunlly removed without
meilicltiesf''.Biul.wiUiiAik: dangorou eurgioal
oiieratlons, bougies, Instrumenta, ri()gs or cor
dials, pointing out a mode of cure at once cer
tain And elliviual, vy which every aafferer,
no matter what Ids condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
Tills lecture will prove a boon to thousandc
Bndthou'sntida ' 'f t. i 1
Bent niKtef seal, hi a plain envehm,'to any
ailili'ess.on receipt of si wnts,or two postage
stamps, by -addressing tho publishers, j
' CHAS.J. C.KLIN B '
11 Bowery, Now York, P. O. W 4,584.
, rtsj-ly t y.:!.
'." ", '" ' ' iU..! I ii U .",
Zaleski, O. NOTICE.
The '.friifago at Wluskt" " Companv'a Coal
Mines. In llrown Tawmhln. mill fmn, ,M
ay.rthlsd.atobVnBf., -Ul
J:';1 .;::;! ; ':-rtiiompsoi; '''
'".Apr '' MANAUER ZAX.K8KI CO,
NOTICE
Notice Is hnrnhv irlvnn Mint i,. n.win..
ed has been appointed Administration of the
July 9th, 18T8-8w.
New Advertisements.
1-fl
AND DANDELION
Is the best blood pithipikb of
the ago, because it stimulates
to healthy action; the organs
mrhi.'h li.ht.a liaa ,iinl.l.lA
carry out of the system tho impurities of the
Klnfwl . llitim . I.....I.U. iri.l..A. .I.a
m uwvuv .-H'll. i yj aiuuvji ,llfl
DsndsMon wakes up the Liver and stimulates
tlie Bowels to nlirular kctiuu. Tlmte nrisni
meling pinllu' clear the system and eurrr
away the germs of disease. Out this remedy.
W. C. . HAMILTON A CO., CINCIN
NATI, O. . . . - . S ;. . . 4w
WORKING CLASS v!i'SS
or a ven Ing) uocauitul required; full Just mo-
by mail . Adfireas, with six cent rot urn stamp,
vuai vw,( ua urovnwicu mntt n I
M0HEY.MAUNQBOtK8F0B8UalMEa 011
VA88INrj, AUKNT9 A Salkbjicn ATTBNTIONl
Bryant's Library of Poetry and Song; The
New Housekeeper's Manual, by Miss Beecher
and Mrs. Htowe. Both selling fast land far.
Kxcluslve Territory ; liberal terms. J. B.
J out) ft CO., New York, Boston, Chicago and
Baa Francisco. , 4w.
"psychomancy or Soul Charming." How
I either sex may fascinate and gain the love
and affections of any person they choose in
stantly. This simple mental acquirement all
can possess, free by mall, for 85 cents, together
with a marriage guide, gyptinn Oracle,
Dreams, Hints to .Ladles, Wedding Night
Shirt, Ao. A queer book. Address T. WIL
LIAM A CO.. Pubs.. Philai . 4w
TTTANTE1). Wholesale Purchasing
Vy ' Agents for the Bartrain Hewing
Machine, made at - Banbury, Ct. - Thi
Latttt ana Beit. The Stlllett, Failed and Km
m( Lock Stitch, Strait Xetdle Machine In the
market. - Better terms than any ' company.
Address,' . . JOHN A. DOBOE,
f i: . . i : m (jcnl Agent, Danbury.Conn.
Q MUMKttoatl . jrj(8ia . BAVB MOTBD
' v?.. wateb; W3ML. m"S
To be the Best Ever Invented,
p . Pamp'let free. A'dr'ss York, Pa. 4t t
POPULAR EXPOSITOR
L 4jpF TPip GOSPELS AND ACTS, j
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AsaUfaoss the International Series of Lessons
tor three-years. Every pastor, teacher and
lamuynewis is. r.nuorsou uy rresments mo
Cosb,Uobleigh, King, Wallace. Bishops Simp
aoa. Stephens, Haven and the Clergy and
Press -in all part of the country. Agents
wanted. Liberal terms given. Address ZIE
GLER MoCURDY, ISO, -West Fourth St,
Cincinnati, O. . , .
WEAR "YEADON". MILLS
FLANNEL ,;:
IF YOU WANT TO-KEEP CLEAR OT
COLDS AND RHEUMATISM. - NOTHING!
WASHES BBTTER. WILL NOT SHRINK.
, ' ALWAYS KEEPS SOFT.
i ASK YOUli STOBKKKEPKB FOBIT. ;
HAVANA; LOTTERY; OF CUBA,
945,000 Drawn Every 17 Days, !
Whole' tickets-!8, halve 14,' qnartors 1,
.v.',. ..,'. ttmths 180, twcntloths $1.40. .
il' I' GERMAN OOVERNKKIfT LOTTKRIBfl. '
" Baxon, 95,000 Tickets, '47,500 Prizes ' '''
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- H amburg, 81,500 Tickets, 4S.800 Prites ' 1
' Prizes cashed and. information glvcn.'Send
for circular. T1W.ODOBK ZSCHOCK,
4t. P. O.-Jlox WSO... a, HONassau St., N. Y.
Write for Largo Illustrated Prico List. Ad-
r. a i '
IITHFlEU)nnSjUBattPAi
Brsech-loadin? shot guns (40 WflOO. Double
RbotOun, t8 to)150. Single guns 8 to ). Ri
ties to rrs. Bevolvers fftto 6. Pistols $1 to
$8. Uun Material, Fishing Tackle. Large
diseonnttoueaiersorcioue. Arnivuins, ice
volvers. Ac., bouirht or-traded for. Ijoods
sent by express C. O. I). Jo hexaihlned before
paia or. ,;, -j'-; t.-T. W ' - - iw.,,
:,: fever and Ague Cured by .
CINGIIp QUININE.
which combines nil the alkaloids, of the Cin
chona Barks, and Is as effectual a remedy as
jUie oulpnatQ 01 yinnloA. wiiiia.it is much
ciieaprnd more piilalablo. Jiaftieiid
stamn for descrlntive circular with fiirniulm
for using theINCHO-eviMN, and Tes-
timoBiunt iiom j'uysiciuug over tue country.
! Prcpnrod by ' BIXLlNGsTcLAPP" :&' CO
ChemisU, successors lojai Ii. Nichols A Co.,
Boston, Massachusetts.
RepresenUHl in New York by 8. II. Austin,
at John V, Henry's. No, t Colhge Flaoc.. , ,
;';f::;.'N0VOrr'.
Neglect B Coughf' Nothing' is mora eortaln
to. lay the foundation for future evil oonse-qissacas.-.
su tl '.'.r : . -,
VTtiLXS' . CAROtld TAfeLETS
are asnrs euro , for all tlscasas of the reapira
try ;pnransk sore 'dfuoat,. Colds," Croup,
DiptherU,Aatnmal.tMr'ru.JIoarseness,Pry.
nuss of the thniat,.w4iu1ijiie of Bronchial
Tubes, and all diseases or tALnngsi , i
,' In all cases of tfiddrn cold, however taken,
these Tablets rtoiddtjH'frrimptly and freely
used. Ulier equaUte'tlm'r'froirlktton of the
bloocL mitigato the eyetfrj-of the-attack, and
will, In a very short tlme.'restote Jtualthy ac
tion to the affected organW' A i s4'-- 1 '
Wells' Carbolic Tablets aft pift lip-.onlr I
blue boxes. Take novsuhs'tito.tegl If they
cau't be had atyour-dnigtjw's. sena at onoe
to tlie agent in w. urK. who', win forward
them by return malt... ; i
, JJou'tbedeoelvlbVlntttiitluW. f I '
,Sold by druggists., JJfa"l'rice,JBa. a box, '
l-i AOHN 6. &ELLOGO, 18 Piatt St., N. Y.
Send tor Circuldri, fu agoirtrfor United
States,
4w
O Ij A
i' . J '
epidemic pis E a ses
TBBVBMTKB ST PSINB :
BROMOOHLORALOM,
THB MBW J
'riuOrleoS'airNfli-PoisoioiLT!
Pow criHi- DEODORIZER and MOT-
PPPIPIOT"
A--TXa-V.rJ
l :lti ilallv use dcstrtivs BHbad odors and nols
5nous emnnatlonr abont yeiir-premlscs, and
thereby prevents contagion (nd disease) con
tains no poison and has no odor of. its. ow n,
aim u always saie.- .
. Dr, Brookbtt. a oolebrated wrltor on Chol
era and Yellow Fevor. maintains that a few
drops of Broho-Culobalvh iu a tumbler of
water, drank dailv, will prove a sure protec
tion from tn one niacaaem
It is the best disinfectant for all HOUSE
HOLD PURPOSHH. i,,
Prepared only"by'" TILDKN A CO., '.
, Sold by itdruggfflhi m New York.
iBfRBktoh'rrowsBi'ubOi.BANiniR.itrength.
ener and remover- o( (ilandular Obstructions
known to Materia Mediea.
It II BPBt'I ALLY ASAM-BIt to OOHStltutlollS
"worn down" and debilitated by tlie warm
vfeathorvnf Hprhig and Suminur, when the
blood la not Iii ac.tt" circulation, consequent
ly gathering Impurities from sluggishness and
Imperfect action of jtUecretivo organs, and
Is nmnlf(ted by I'uWri, Kntptloue, Blotches,
Boils, Pustules, Sc.rofuls, Aa ,
Wbkn wbab ani iiANOPirt from overwork,
and dullness, drowsiness aad iuortia take the
place or energy and vigor, the system needs
a Tonic to build It up and help the Vital
Forces to regain their recuperative power.
In tub hkat oi Summer,' frequently the
Liver and Spleen do not properly porform
their functions tus Utorine and Urinary Or
gans are lnsntlva, producing woakness of the
suimanh and Intestines and 4 predlsposltloB
to bullous durangwueutr . .
...'.",') ; oWjnisa'.'i''.'; i
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
Ifl PBKPABBn PIBBCTtV from UlB SOUTH A.
MKKICAN PLANT, (kiirl is pemillarly suited
to all these difllculties : ItwIUOluansotheVI
TIATK.D HI.OII1I,. strengthen thoLIFB
CIY INU POWKU8,and IlKMOVlC Atb OH.
HTKIJCTIONS from 1MPA1UB1) AND JCN.
FKKBLED Organs, . . . ' i . . , '.'
It should bb raitm.T tabbn, at Jumbeba
Is pronounced by medical wrIUrs tlie most ef
flelflntPUlUFIEIt, TOllC and IKBTH11U
KNT kuowu in tho whole range of meolojnal
plnrts. . ... ; i
JOHN QL K KTXO00, 18 Piatt Sty New York
' Sold by Druggists).- Sole agent for the Uni
ted States, i
, Prion l pat bottle. , Send for Circular ,
w4-Who ' '"''" - '' - .,.,-
,j:i.
lOB PR1NTINO of evory description noai
I Ijr and proniptiy exotsutod at this olllot,
THE REMOVAL
. of
COUNTY SEAT OF
l.-, , A , 'J A .-iv.i . .. -, a f.'i- .1 .'.vj'.'J Vj-X 'V j .
, From McArthur to Hamden, ii 'A
. -. ' ' , . . . , ...;:i..v:t. .-Pi... v !ri
Is being agitated, but the excitement oyer , this j is; not. half eo
great as the announcement that
ToUzi "W-
entire
JL S TM EW M
is being
"Within a Eraction of , Cost I
- -' : : -. l !-ti ,'.,-it:! y"-:-';
order to run it off in the next sixty days, to make. ,rc
for an IMMENSE STOCK, to
REMOVAL!!
n i", .""':',. '.m . -I r v iiii., -ii i 1
Nr.mrGsr vinmswa
1 . AND ' ' ' -
House Furnishing G-oods!
-1 1
. '. , ": .
Be sure to call on me before you
a specialty of STOVES AND TINWARE, and all' kinds of' HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. , I offer good bargains in i 'rj-; ; n? '
HARVEST TOOLS,
.BUIXDERS MATERIAL,
'
, , i. , ; . , carriage goods,
and' all kinds op (Senlral Hardware, as I wish to sell out 'lriy Entire
stock of this class of Goods, and put my capital into:the"ST.0,YI ANi0
TIN TRADE. Coino late, come early, come any time, and you jvill ii)(J
me at the Store, ready to give you a bargain. I will positively sejLow
Inn flisn na TntisTBy Pbhhii . ' ' - . ; tl'" ' ! . 't . ji ' ,!. J ii If
. :- ' L
: ; fCTBring your old Stove and trade it for a NEW ONE! I.-.WMle at
tho rost-Oflice step m and see what I have, bhall be glad to see'' every
body. ; .! . - : ,. ;. , J. S..UUIIN,! j
Agent . . for-the : Champion . Mower .. and., Eeaper'.
,, Juno lith-tf. i ,
.i , i :..' f
T. A. A4ELLOR,
Is stUl.at MRS. UOLAN'8 OLD STAND,
' aud well selected stock of bra,n. new F ' 'I K,J f J:J.',
DRY AND FANCY GQQDS,
TOGETHER WIXQ A CHOICE LOT OF "y
C10TM&, BOOTS, SHOS, HATS, GAP Al -JEW ill.
The stock is at present larve and better
ruly upon Undiug the latest
jrg. jii fc fc
' ; ; OF' EVERY IMAGINABLE STYLE
Pip thin g f p r
Cut In the very latest styles and made up of
auvauce auove cost, . t . .. . . .
ilngs and Millinerv Goods
The display Includes every novolty In shade
.'. . ,..!.. Mrs. MKLLoa
CALL AND SEE THE G00D81 ASK THEIR PRICES!
In offering this stock of Goods to the ptiVIo I mean BUSINESS and shall conform to the
necessities of the times make small pro tits the motto, and try to give every imrcliater, whuQior
no onngs . . ,...... . v
CASH OR
tho worth of his or her money. Como and
I vunui., nu vuu ion
; Country produce always taken in ex
lowed.
Juue-U-tf.
THE POPULAR MUSIC
...
158 West Fourth Street,
DECKER BKOTHEES' CELEBRATED PIANOS, ' f
Incomparable iu Workmanship, Matchleea lu-Tone
The Pavorlto Valley Gem Piano. . . .. j
1 -.',; fThe only popular medium-priced Piano j ...... r,j
' well and tlioroughly'made,
ANI OTIlEIt STANDARD PIANOS. 1 ; ! t
THE UNRIVALLED ESTEY. ORGANS,
. For Parlor, Church, or Isibrarr. ,
: . 1 I i I , . : ,. .. . ., ' . ,'
TIIEV POSSESS TOWER, SWEETNESS ANp VAHIETY,
AND ARE UNEQUALLED FOR DURABILITY.', v
ALSO ' ' ' " ' '' I
' Sepond-Hand Instruments ;
Of all styles and prlcea Sccond-IIand Instrumenta taken iin
,'.,.";,' ,:;excbange
JD5T Low Prices for Cash. !
rent 'will pay for them. Send
, i t r . i
J.S. IIULICK is our traveling
Vel 1WUMSM.,(! , ; ,l .. 1 ,
ii ii ' ii. ii, .I H i . i ,:,.-' ,! i.. 1. 1 1
Ht ,.. 'Ill ll! I' '
tni ""
VINTON -COUNTY
fAh i r.-;
V sv A-A m V j , .
: i tj (!,-; v."0:i ;':'.nl ,
i
Wlloozi:'
.:t.i . ' ) !.
I IKIUC-I iUlf! I .
hi ! VJ'.'Xi'',
stock of '
j -i J.I I
. , 1 .
offered .
;-.ytU Ota
be opened in September.
JOHN w. wilcox;; r
IIAMDE& OIIIQ.
CHEAP, AT
V
J. S. HUHN'S STORE,
.
In the Dodge.nuildingri
TfoDioraEastCilrflffii
' . ' i'i I,) iil
'. i ;. . . il 'o.,,-..' ' ;
purchaso elsewhere. I .am" roaking
Jr. : :- r cyf'Tj ,
saddlery,;, ? n--:
' -' - !-.: ': v'u.i I
m
-JSP .
I
'J II.-. , : '
on Second Street, Zaleskl, O,, with- a hugo
assorted than at any previous time. Byers can
and newest things ont,
U-OUJLIO;-;'':;
AT UNUSUALLV LO I'tdCE;.7'1 i
M e n a n d B of s
good material, wIU be sold at vory small
and style, which wore carefully sele'eted by
for this tra4e.
THADQ,
soe, and get good goods selected from a large
csii firivus gvnig. , -. .
change for goods and tho lilghesjirires al
J. A. MELL0R.
HOUSE. 0FTHE'WESTj i
i i
'- i ,.
1 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
for now oncs. ' '.'',' . yv'. ' .j''
Easy paymonta, or rcntod s6 tlie.
for circulars. -1 .' -1 .j
i ' ;"i ii t N i ..... 'jl
Agent for V int6n couwt). ; Ad-
. .. .... -I 1-...HSM V I
.'.ii.
NOTICE Railroad.
HE'
sBssaleshtiliaslisMsnalsWttiasattst i wJIWf-
Is
Itl M.A W A mmm Am4 dll A.H.K.liU '. T la tsS
nri HHiiff VI Mil WIIIUVillArilt J r f
only line running ihrougli enrw Uth WctulL
OinalbL trt.ua far, torrUfre. itli ciftnn" "4
All 1 Mllf T.lVll. . Wl,HUWUlmt
Lwpxn, AS follows :
7 rtm wsv ' 4iiiivi w waa
a
1 l tat all nnlnlji In
.i i f
Iowa, fe'etrsska and CaDfsrnla,
The ThronrB Coach leares Cincinnati at
r. inniaaanois ats:s A. runnlag
through blooiaiagton, Peoria, Uslouburg,
Burlington, Ottnvivt anil Crouton, arriving at
OMAHA at 10: W A. MUKX't 1AY, hours la
us mmj outtr route, masung pus om
change of care to
Ill IHAJICI8C0. :
Get year tieketa via IadlanapoiU and Peoria.
Ifot all points In ; .
KansM, CalorsMie and the Sonthwest,
TheTbrourh Coach leaves Cincinnati at I: CT
T. St., iauiaaapelis at 8:00 p. M., runnlaa
throuKh UBrlll. Decatur. Jacksonvitla anil
Qulncv. arriving In KANSAS C1T1T at IU: 0
t.u., Kill 1AI, hours in ailvanceof
loiiis line, mt.king but one change ofcarsf
HUUUULT, VI. BCO'iT and VKH VKH.
Get your tickeU via Indianapolis, Dauvill
aad tjuinoy., .
: li Ml.' -TOE- ! ' ' '!'! 'U'J
; Rock Island nd Davenport.
The Throarh Coach leaves Clnelnnatl at : m
r. mdiaaauolls at :80i. m. runniar
through Bloonington, Peoria and tialva.
riving at KUCK ISLAND at 11: Is A. at., DA
VENPORT at 11:85 A. m.. nnl itir. mUl.s
butone chaas c ears for point In . . . . ; ,
fi
Get your Oak via Indianapolis aad Peona.
Mduh'i Pikes Drawhj-Eoca
j; anl Caeplng Cars.' '., '
Run throngh from CineinnaU to Peoria and
IndlanajfioUa to BurUngton ,
TravlM to any Western point can bow
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundle,
select a comfortable teat and keep it to desti
nation, ua aeeaunt or these through and
convenient arraagments,elegant eqniuiaente
and aaicfc time, this route Is now the great
lrymur wfif)iygn vwmm K1S XuSf . mmm
: ' .! I . ! O. Xf. tIAITH, Oen'l Manager,
Indianapolis, lad.
T
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
On and after Kevemlter li, lflrra Trains wUI
r ' nn as follows:
" fi jin i - j i : j' j
.I'.'vfeii'f :::!
.. J i : : : ;.!:;!'; , : : : .
rfB....- ........ ....
gg 8 4-t-t i'. rA ";;:: : : : :
i. id is
M
' '.'''.''': r
"Si:.
H
: 1 1 s
A'! :'' "::!
Mileal',"? 53
ja i : ; i i i i ' : :
SA.iiiiiiiiiijli:.:;::
gist,: : ?.l r: if : : j i ' '
iiiiE:!" ""
ill::. Sail : i i i
S3?- -r . iijsssaasa'.:.-
CINCINNATI ITPHEHH will m. A.itw i
other tralat daily, except Sunday. . ..
uausii s-Arahna. kabt, makes) 1
stod betweta Hamden and Athens.
s ,i : . , . O - , ... AS
:::?! : iriM'::1 : : : -
r Si if : : j i :i i ! i i : i ' i : : :
, s "5 a !'5-s
ranrttnaaatli Brtvmok.
. afall Acwmsaodat'a
8?a p. m. :I9 a. mv.
m " ; tt
m lidta
Dep. Itarodea
Arr. Jaoksoa
". Portsmoutk
TUAIN8 CONNECT AT I.OVKLAND
For all point on the Little Miami UailroaiL
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Hail
road Junction for all points West,
, , r W. W. PKABODY,
W. K. LANKIHTKIl, 8Perint.nJont.
Master oi Transportation, -'.'-i , it
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Direct Route to
and Eastward.
On and after Xoadar, November 18, Tralaa
will ruu as follows: ...
EASTWABn.
Cin'natil To t Matt
,Xpre Lin Xmpre0
.. j, iv Depart,
Parkers liursj,..,,,
C'umlierlariX....,
Ilnrpsrs Kerry...,
55 Am
I M I'm
40Pm
1 M Am
44 4
111 Pas
44
eon
a
its
61
B4IJ
I
Washington Jane.
45
Arrive
Baltimore. .j,
5 05
M
Wnslilnatnn.
1000 "
1000
rhllaileluhla......
Nfwyort
as Am
ISO Pin
llMPnt
410
WKSTWtlD,
lieuart.
New York,.
I'hllaileltihla
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Wsslilngton June.
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11 rm
Cumlierland
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Psilaaa ralase Prnvlag tt 81etfiia Can.
Which are ae ecxxfortahls. elegantly himlsbsA
and almost eaial to a ure-slili, are
.ian, ijvia . iurninni w iisiiimore aat
WaahlngUirt. aevlMlimliile of CineinnaU , J
Mirl.ll. U.llml l... .I..,
parting fross McArtbnr. " "
, V. '""" s mis route over nthei
is, that it give ail travelsra holuint ihrwiirk.
Philadelphia, aad IUe National ( aiilt
1I milrfouil , ,.i I ', . "
by eiioUwr rouie. "
The awiiiery along this rtnllwy ( not
equalled lor graadeuron tills Uniiiaeut.
to suirrxnx or rntiour.
Tills Una offers eunerlor Ind
rates Ixslngime-thlni lower to and ItHM ilutZ
.tmi, NswYork, or any otlisr !,, inil.t.
lu imhiring gooleet any Ostserlptiun in.u,,
riast alve dnwtkme to slilp m Jii!i,f- Z
ttlilo It. a.,aa4lshlriiilu( Knst fir ,,, 4
riH tinna. Vmlgliis lilii'. iv Mils nn ki
havo dMpasaa, and be liamllixl Ait tim g.
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save thinners uurb mounv.
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