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AltT DErAliTMUN'T, 1874,
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rpiIE ROMANCE OF CUBE!
Tint ninny nvMcncea of extraordinary cures
1 mil are (tally reponeej naenccieii iiiruiiKu
Heady Kellef and Perfect Purgative Pills, in
w ril ten testimonial from all purls of the
world, surpass in nonilurtliomost extravagant
ml moles of enchantment. PhyHiciaiis and
medical Men In all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
their science of analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, these medicines effect tho
most marvelous cures, ami restore tho dying to
life, and relieve tho most wretched pnln-Biif-fering
victim of his tortures, in from on to
twtnty minutes, and although they know some
of the IngicdientHidtlieir composition, and Dr.
Undtvay has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both French, tierinau.'Knglisli ami American
chemists mid pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the same ingredients as prepared by them. The
great success, wliicli those wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies. in me gmii se
cret of combining the ingredient together,
afterexercisingdue care iu selecting the pure
Such wonders of Modem Chemistry as the
SARSAPAKILMAN KESOLVENT, ItEAHV
KEI.IEFit UADWAY'S PII.I.S, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
are some inllriuities uud diseases that a re con
sidered as incurable, and sure death. Vet the
most astounding cures have been umde thrc
these remedies of some diseases thathave nev
er been known to be cured bv medicine.
( '(INSIMI'TIHN, SCHOVULA. WUITE
SWEEI.IMi, Tumors In the Womb. Stomach,
Ovaries, lion els, Hright's Disease of the K Id
neys that have been pronounced ineiiiable,
Cancers, ('leers, .Swellings, Stone In the Iliad
tier, Calculous Concretions, I 'leers nnd Sores of
the Hones, Kickets so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been Known to reach,
have been cured bv tho S.VPSAI'AUII.I.IAS
HESor.YENT, ald'edbv the HEADY HE1.IEF
Palsy, Paralysis, DryClangene that threat
ens a living death daily Muting away of the
limbs and llesh llinbetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi iu the lllmlder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease), Torturing pains
when discharging urine, KiLEl' JIATISM,
tiOCT. NEl'KAUJIA each and every one of
these complaints thongh but a few of the
many other diseases, liadwav'shiarsaparillinn
Resolvent has cured and isilaily ciinngitmil
parts of the world.
Inonu word, any disease no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
Increased by bail, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, waterv or poisoned blood can be cured
by HA D WAY'S SAIISAPAuMM.IAS
Dr. KadwHV & Co. have never claimed one
hundreth part of the curative virtues for their
remedies us i ascribed to them by the people
woo nave usrni iiiem; lor near in luinii, ouiy
such diseases anil complaints as Dr. Itadway,
aftersnccessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were eimmerntciHii
theii'c m ative list, so that many of the extraor
dinary cases that have been reported aw aken
ed as much astonishment iu the discovery ot
their remedial agents as in those who had been
rescued from death, uml made whole and
Asmanv neisniis discredited their extraor
dinary pow er, from the fact of their disap
pointment iu tlir uo ot otherndvertlsed reme
dies nun some believed it linpossinte tor
simple medicines intiile only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, A:c. tdiould possess
such marvelous pow er. Yet they can readily
comprehend that tho simple Brasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical pruress of
distillation designed liy nature in the cow and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
miot abiimiant fat, caloric or hent-niaking
bone, tissm1, muscle, sinew and blood-making
cnsi it ni'iits for the human body.
Hut when those people who first doubt the
cmcnc.t oi inese remeoies commence uieir use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE ON'f.Y SAFE A Sl'KK HEMEDY FOU
J APE, PIN, & WOltMSOF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never lias a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, I'terus, Ovaries or ltowels; tho knife
has been the sole reliance In the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Hallway's Sar
saparillian settles Ibis question. It has cured
over twenty persons ot Ovarian l ysis and
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the llowels,
I torus. Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, nun Lalctilous concretions.
Tumor of la Years' Growth Cured by
IlKVHHLY. 5IA8B., JllW 18, 1SBSI,
lit, Haiiway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
iu the ovaries nnd bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for it. I tried every
tiling that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your liesolvent and thought
i woiiiii try it, nut nan no rami iu ir, iiccausc
I had s ii lie red for Vi wars, I took six bottles
of till! Ifesnlveul. ..MM ,f IIm.Iwm.v m 1'llls,
and used two bottles of voitr lieadv ltclicf.nnd
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel bettor, smarter and happier
man i nave ror n years, 1110 ,vorst tumor
was la the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I w rite this to you for the benefit of
ot'ier,. on can publish it if vou choose.
HANNAH P. KNAI'P.
AN IMPOKTANT LETTKR
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
t-ineiiinau, oiiio, ror the past roi ly years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the Cnited Slates;
NKW YoitK, Oct. 11th. 1870.
lilt. IIadway Dear Sir: i am iiulucedhy a
sense of duty to the still'ering to make a brief
stmenient of the working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I have been allliet
e I with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted iu a most terribly ntllicling disensc, which
the physiciuns all said was spasmodic stric
ture iu the uretha, as also inllamatiou of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my age 73 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I bad tried
a number of physicians, ami had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and h
luieopiuhlc, hut got no relief. 1 had rend of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ago 1 read a
notice in Hie Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Po--t of a cure having been effected on a per
son w ho had long been suffering as I bad been
I w ent right oil' uml got some of each vour
Sarsaparillian liesolvent, Heady Keller," and
Itegiilating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as over.
.1. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
' Price one dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, anil at Dr. Hadwav's, No. :J2
Warien, cor. Church St., N. Y.
l:DWAYS ItKADY HEI.IKF!!
Cures the worst Pains in trom 1 to 20 minutes!
I,-yOT. tiNh uocit after reading this
i tiscniem ueeit any one suffer with pain.
RAJlWA Y'S REAIjY Mi LIEF
Is a euro for every pain. It wns the first and
is the only Pain Itemed)' that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, ullavs intlammn
tions, nnd l ures congestions, wliether of the
Lungs, stomach, How els )ir other glands nnd
organs, by one application, in from one to
l-venty iiiiiuiles. No matter bow violent or
excruciating tire pain, the Kheuuiiitic, Iled
ridilen, Inllrni, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or pio.t l ined with disease may suffer,
I! AH WAY'S HEAJY JtXl.IAF
Will afford instant ease;
lullaniinnllon of the Kidneys, Inllamniation of
the i, holder, Iiillanimatloii of the llowels.
Congestion of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Dim.
cult Lreuthing. Palpitation of the ilcai Hys
terics, Croup, Diptberin, Catarrh, tntlucuzn,
j ...... iai,u,i, .-.uiiiigiu, lYIIUIIllin-
tisni, CnlilH, Chills, Ague Chills.
Ttm Application of the Heady Vltr . u.
part or parts where tho pain or ililUculty ex
ists w ill afford case and comfort.
20 Drops in a half tumbler Water will,
In a few minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Hour
stomach, Heartburn. Sick Headache. Dinr
rhica, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the llowels,
nnd all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carrv a bottle of
ltadway's liellef with them. A "few drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. Jt Is bettor than French
llraiuly or Hitters as n stimulant.
IFIEVIE-E?, ANTJ A-OTJIl!.
lever mid Ague cured for BO cents.
There i not a remedial agent in this world
that will cure Fever and Aguo, ami all that
Malarious, liilllous, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Uadway's Fills) so
quick as Hadways Heady Ilclief, 80 cents per
I) It, KADWAY'S
PEEFEOT PURGATIVE PI!
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure of all disorders or the Stomach, Liver,
Howels, Kidneys, ltladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, C'oiistlpnllon,Costlveness, Indiges
tion, liycpepsla, Itilloiisuess, lllllous Fever,
1 1 Humiliation of the llowels, i'lles nnd all de
ran geinents of thointemal Viscera, warranted
lo elfect a positive cure.
I'VMCKY YKQKTAfit.K. Contalulng uo
Merciirv. Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
BryiHlbsorvo the lollmvini symptoms re.
suliiiig fiiuii diseases of the iligeslive organs;
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
blood to the Head, Acidity of tho Stomach,
eauuca, Heartburn, Disgust for fmsl, Full
ness or weight in the Pit of tho Stomach,
Swimming or the Head, Hurried and dlfllcult
llrealhlng, Fluttering ill the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensation when In a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the Sight, Fever nnd Dull Pain In the Head,
Deflcloucy In Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Hklii and Eyes. Pain In the Bide, Chest, Limbs
anil Sudden Flushes of heat, Hnnilng In the
Flesh. A few doses of Katlwny's Plus will
free the system from all the above disorders,
Price !)5 Cents per JJox.
HA DWAY A CO., 33 Warron cor Church St.
fifefiTHcad False and True, Pend one letter
stamp toKadtvny Co,, No. 8) Warren, cor.
Church St., N, Y. Information worth tlioua
andswlll be sent you. -
TAXES OF 187.
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County, Ohio.
N PUrxgUANCE OF THE LAW, I, NELSON H1CHM0ND,
of Taxation for 1873, is correctly stated in the following
each of the Townships, Incorporated Villages and School Districts in said County : '
TOWNSHIPS, INCOHPORATED TOWNS, : I ? ? j 5 F S :g J h g
AND aCHOOL DISTRICTS. . : L, - : " H : s1 r : g m
3 s : K : : : : a
? - : t : 5 : : g,(
: S. ; ? : : : : : -5 : : : f
M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M.
Eagle '......" 8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .0 1 3.8 1.95 5.00
Brown :.;...;...,...'::.,;.....:.:...;..:.,.: '"..8 .G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .G 1 3.8 .5 2.00 2.50
Swan ' ..... S .G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.0 1.33 3.00
Jackson v..:. .8 .G l.l 1 ,3.5 .4.1 .G 1 3.8 1.50 5.00
Elk .8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.0 .65 3.45
McArtlnir Tc.l?piidonl School District. '.. '.S ,G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 G5 9.00
Part Attached lo McArthur Ind. School District'.... .8 .G l.L L 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.0 .G5 9.00
Vinton :.. .8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 3.00 3.00
Madison .8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .5 3.80 3.00
Zaleski Independent School District...: . ,.G -.1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .5 3.80 12.00
Clinton ; .8 .G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .G 1 3.8 3.78 '5.00
Richland I- .8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .25 1.15 5.G4
Harrison '. 8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .G 1 3.8 .83 5.00
Wilkesville.... 8 .0 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .G 1 3.8 ,4 1.80 1.50
.Wilkesvill" Independent School District 8 .G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .4 1.80 7.00
Knox .8 .G 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.5 1.50 5.50
The undersigned will attend at his ollice in McArthur, from the 1st day of October until the 20th day of December next, to receive Taxes; after which
all Taxes remaining unpaid, will bo subject to a penalty ol' " per cent.
A person charged with Taxes may, at his option, pay the full amount of such Taxes on or before the 20th day of December next; but is required by law to
pay one-half of the Tax on or before the 20th day of December next, and the remaining half thereof on or before tho 20th day of June, 1874. -A failure to
pay one-half the charges on Chattel Property on or before the 20th day of December next, renders the whole due, and subject to collection as in case
of Delinquent Tax. !
The Koad Supervisors of the several Townships will tako notice that Receipts for lload Tax cannot be taken unless written with ink, the amount to be
slated in figures and also spelled out, and the name of the Township inustbe written on the receipt.
Treasurer of Vinton County,
Table, showing the number of
do hereby notify the Tax-payers rf said County, that tho rate
Mills levied upon each Dollar valuation of taxable property in
McArthur, Ohio, October 8, 1873-6 Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
Dr. J. Walker's California
Viuegar Bitters aro a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the native herbs found on tho lower
ranges of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, tlio medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho quootion ia ulmont daily lisltuil,
" What is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters V Our answer is, that tlicy
remove tho causo of disease, anil
tho patieut recovers his licnlth. They
aro tho great blood purifier and it
life-giving principle, it perfect ltono
votor nnil invigorntor of the system.
Nevor beforo in tho history of ttio world
has a medicine been compounded pos
sessing tho remarkable fluidities of Vis
EOAit BtTTEits in healing tho sick of
ovcry (lisotiso man k heir to. They aro
a gentlo l'argativo aa well as a Tunic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Hilioua
The properties of Dr. Walk
er's ViNKGArt IiiTTERs nro Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Ciinninativo, Nutrition, Laxa
tive, Diuruttc, Suiliitivo, ConuUr-l rrittttit,
Sudorific. Alturative, and Auti-Hiliou.
K. ir. McDONAT.D A rn.
Dragglsts It, Gen. Agt., San Francisco, Cahfor
nia, Sl cor. of Washington ami Charlton Sta,N.Y.
duiu u mi vmKKisia mma ucalc i s.
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar
Ingreditntt of Ill
doubted Tonic value
combined with the
rich medicinal quali
ties of Tur, vhleu
cnuso It to bnllil an
III weak mitl (
bl I ilMti.il nt.,1
ftily restore ek-
Jtf S,,1o' trens;tu,
f' ilt cleanses the Btotn-
er, iiim rnnaea ine
iuoi to sliKPkt, re
la a ,
nuprnvr . Ull -
.c, iranirn ma an.
1'nlnKln the Ureas.
el or Kidney dta-
wwmvr, uirH7USea or 1110
I ! r 1 Ii n r v ii.it.h-
Jaandiro or nnv
l.l vcr Complaint it
liaa no tqual. jtef
ectually etire all
-;. P'onounceu a apeelUo tot
INSUIt AM (UK.
Is one of the best . managed
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Eliza Hyson, PhiliitlfTn,
lianlol On iii ii. Dufendetit,
Before J. T. Illack, J. I, of Madison Town
ship, Vinton ;ountv, Ohio.
On the l day of OetolM-r, 1H7S, said Justice
Issued an order of attalehmuiil iu tho abovo
cause, for the sum of HO 15. ,
said cause Is set for bearing on Tuesday,
.November 85, 1KM, al o'elock V. u.
, I.KOItGK W. TINKIIAM,
ELIZA II V SON,
II PRINTING of every description tieai
ly nurl promptly oxeou tod at tills oflla.
milE LAWDS, LOTS AND PARTS OF LOTS
X State lor tue non-payment oi raxes, togciiicr wun mo isxes aim ponany viiuiguii mno
ou agreeably to law, are contuinod aud described In the following list, viz:
Iican, Joseiih II
State of Ohio
Graves, John '
Dartlett, Svlvanus (In-Lot)
Finney, Afvin do
And notice Is hereby given, lo nil concerned, that if the T i. and Penalties eha. . ;
said list be not paid into tlie County Treasury, ami the Troasuier's receipt pi mimed ..i.v-;
before the second Moadav in December, 187:1, each tract, lot and part of lot so doliiUjiicn.
aforesaid, on which the Taxes and Penalties remain unpaid, will,
On the Second Monday in December, 1873,
he exposed for sale
Peualties. and that
at tho Court House, In said County, in order to satisfy such Taxes .ie
said sale will be ailliiunicd from dav to day until each ai.d even- t' li 'i,
f land spccillod in said list shall have been disposed of, or offered for -ale.
lot and part of lot of hind spccillod in
McArthur, Ohio, October!!0, 1H73. 4iv
ECONI) SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
AUDITOR AND TREASURER
Showing the exn.'t amount of monuy iu the
August, litis, together Willi ail oilier rropei ly, jiohiip, .-wiMinuus, i.ionn, ahih!
and Effects, belonging to tho County, In the custody or uiider the
control of said Treasurer :
NaMK of Funu.
Bridge Fun. I
Poor Fund . ;
Building and lallrinary Fund
Heliool r uml, (general account) . .
Township and Township Poor Fuud
Township Koad Fund
Interest on Section it
Principal of Suction !!
Principal of Section 111
Teacher's Institute Fund
Special lownsblp Fund
Redemption of Lauds
We, the undcrslgneil, Treasurer and Auditor or Vinton County, Ohio, do hereby certify
...... .,.'. f l....rL.... 1. -..I.ll.t. t !. A ......... 1 ......... 1 ..I t, , It. ,1,,, 'C....lu,
llllll ine loreguiiig niaieiiieui. is iruu u.Miiuib u nio (iiiiuiiiuo ivni.iiuu ... n.v aivho,
of Vinton County, belonging to each Fund, as appears of record In tho Auditor's otllcc.
W. W. BELFOni), Auditor Vinton County.
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Viuton Conn
October 8!l, 1S78.-3W
r 1 Mr- 1 1. r n ri nni .urn , in.1
Ms i - --"--'iiuga
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
EVERY DESCRIPTION l)f FDRNITDRE of MODERN TILES.
I manufacture lo order and repair FWnltiireof
COFFINS' OF EVERY
and accompany them with a Hearse. JforThe publio mv invited to oU and
examine my 8 took.
March 16th, 18U
LAND SALE !
In the County of Viuton, forfeited to the
i . Si
8 17fl II or
40 HI 5 W.
33 83 S
l. ' '
85' ' 16
S2'l UW ' '"
Ull 1M il .1.
20'.. 1 i .
lor. -i ',;
1S5 n -
part nw qr
s w sw
parte hf sw
nw pt uw se
part nw nw (Min. right).
part w hf of w hf
part, second addition. . . .
shf(25feet) . .
WILLIAM W. IlICI.KOlll).
Auditor Vinton i : i : f
OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
Treasury at the close of the last business da in
5 ?. u f
- a o x-3
S, 1(111 :15
11. Hill !d
1 0.-1 05
all kinds, at tho most reasonable prices. I am
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The "Old lleliiihle" and l'optilai
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WestiAw'.ousj r&Leat Air Brakei
The mo-v perfect protection ngainst acci
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Caia an' i-u.i liiMiiigh :rom Kaitstli vin
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Also, ailaiii line of Pullman's Palace She1:
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K. A. PARKER, Gou'l Ticket Agcut.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will leave Columbus ami Crest
line mid arrive at points named below as fol
COLU 'lll'S Div. NIflllT
1C :45 4:00rM
Columbus. Lv 1:45 A
. .11:24 4:40
M 11:45 5:00
...12:14 m 5:80
11 (11:12 8 (1:30
' 1:30 7:05
ix-siiiio. . 1 1 .,
Rochester . . .
W. e: 0. W.
Cleveland . .1
li 7:10 AM 4:00 Pit W: p M
Cleveliliul.LvA7:30AMnl'4'i')UVM 10:45 P JI
Krie A r 10:20 7:10 1:25 AM
Dunkirk 11 :50 9:10 2-50
ISuflaln iI1:10pm10:35 4:0u
Ituf. (vi"ne;Lv 2:30 I'M 5:00 A H
iiornetlsvilleAi-S 5:45 .8:25
I on, iiu-. . 7:?5 9:40
Klmi.n' .. . 8:(K) . 10:1
l;iu!ie..n' IU:05 . 1S:0P M
New .' !... A. 7:00 A M 7:V6P U
II11!' !v't :
V f i li ''
Ito. lies'..-. ..
.sy a '. se
I.v 2:05 11:80p5:(W AM
M I' 7:0)
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CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI &
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS R. R.
' U. UIVIHIOS.
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! .1 1' I (..... .tl- ,' 11.. s-'.'.i "
v .'..i I'l'e. 4:10 ... 1.. hi "
L'-u 1 " ... 4rsop. in. r: 1 1
.', iv,, e ::. .: ; . . 11:10 " H I. -
fi.':.-'el..'ia. IvrXi " ':.:: t
Ni-tv 1 ,:! . . 3:35 " l:uOpin
out so wtjs r.
Leave. N. York .. 11:80 a.m. 5:lsl pin
P'dadelii'in. 15:10 p. 111. K:lu "
" Pitlsbm-K... l:3.-a. in. (): u 111
Arrive .ai.csviUe . tt:0 " 4:Ut) p m
Leave " " ,. 8:30 4:1(1
Arrite Lueasii!.., 1(1:30 " 0:15 "
Leave " .. 10:40 " 8:20 "
Vnivu Cinuiiinatl.. Q;W p. in.
Columbus & Hooking Valley R. R.
Short Lino to the I.uliea and the North
TWO KKPRKSsTllAIXS PAILY,
Athens 0:10 a.m. 2:15 p. in.
Coliimho.i. . . . 11:35 0.111. 6:30 p. 111,
Cleveland 4:00 p. in. 7:10 a. 111.
Pittsburgh 8:15 11:45 a. m.
Indianapolis . . 5:55 " 8:10
Uhlciigo 0:30 II. 111. 8:45 '
Hpringlleld .. .. 1:11) p. 111. 7:40 p.m.
Dayton 1:05 " U:30 "
Closo connection made at Lancaster for Or .
clevillo, unesvllle and all iioinls on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley llallroail.
Direct connections mudo at Columbus foi
Dayton, Hpringlleld, Indianapolis, Chicago
and all points West, Also, for Cleveliind,
Uull'aln. Pittsburgh, and all polnls Fast.
Take the Hoi king Valley and Pun Handle
route tot hieaio and tlm Northwest; Ills the
short est bv L:ty-siv miles, giving pussengei.
tlie lieiu.lli of ipilcker tituu and lower lutes
than by any oilier line.
,1. W. DOIIKRTY, fcup't.
K. A fll'Kl.l,. Ccn'l Ticket Asrent.
PI STrHO E B0BER.
l'atnnlce and Maniifacliiroi of '
SAV AND QRIST MILLS
ii ..'id'Uv, iLSi V i.
' i' -i 1 '' . ... 1... n.-'t.. H'Jiiih. d iy. at.
01 U: : 'Ihv.' M,ir,.i. anil wai l neti .l lo u-
Flour ami Meal of a sunurlur loinlliv
i..iii n:i-i .vi 111 )! i superior 1 iinittv a
irreati'r int.e ol' soeeil thn,i .01 nn
wllhiitit beiuiiiir or olhor OillcuRi-. the
weight 'in f 1.400 pounds, oceiipving onh 3
foot, ii.p.nre on the lloor Will grind 20 le' (10
bus bel 1 ,e , li,.-,:r. U within Ihlrf ua-, 'he
Mill die s nut prove suiii,ractoiv, It'mtiy he ie-tiii-iioil
uud money and ull charges refunded.
Hart' rst-IIolc Roror,
) Is giiarunt. ed to make two hole, to
(Oil, .ll' IIIIV. .llll.,,-, il,.,.d l.a u... I,
Idly uud perfectly.
SAVE ITS COST
IN ONG DAV1
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rial. Heut to any one on trial who
will send mil tho cnilorscinri'i of tha
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1 lit A HART.
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Farmers and others can aeo tho
Post-Hole llorvr it the KNquiU
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