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rulan.-e in Fun. I AiikihI 2.'.. W 1 "ivpnibcr collection nf Duplicate for 1HM1 . Juno collection nf Duplicate f"r 1HSI Miscellaneous collections Total Bcceipts Amount paid nn Orders EXrKNDITl'HF.8. Balance In Fund NO. 25. ItF.CF.irTS. Amount overpaid August 2(1, 1881 1.721 M December collection f Duplicate for 1H81 June collection of Duplicate for 1MM1 Total Receipt EXI'EMHTlKF.a. Amount paid on Orders l.f'M M Amount overpaid August 20, 1KH1 1,721 54 Balance Fund overpaid NO. 26. RECEIPTS. Amount Fund overpaid August 20. 1SH1 Deecnilwr collodion of duplicate for 1HH1 June collection of Duplicate for 1MH1 Total Receipts. EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on Orders Amount ovtrpaid August 2(i, 1HH1 . Balance in Fund. . NO. 27. Balance iu Fund NO. 28. Amount Fund overpaid August 20, 1881 December collection of Duplicate for 1881 Julie collection of Duplicate for 1HK1 Total Receipts. EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on Orders Amount overpaid Augunt 20, 1881 . Balance Fund overpaid. NO. 29. Balance in Fund August 20, 1881 Decenilier collection of Duplicate for June collection of Duplicate for 1881. Total Receipt. EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on Orders Balance in Fund NO. 30. Balance in Fund August 20, 1881. DocemlxT collection of Duplicate for 1HM1. June collection of Duplicate for 1881 Total Receipts Amount paid on Orders EXPENDITURES. Balance in Fund NO. 31. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund August 20, 1881 Decemlier collection of Duplicate for 1881 June collection of Duplicate for 1881 Total Receipts EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on Orders. Balance in Fund. . NO. 32. Fund overpaid August 26, 1881. NO. 33. Fund overpaid August 26, 18S1. Amount paid out on orders EXPENDITURES. Amount Fund overpaid NO. 34. June collection of Duplicate for 1881 . RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on Orders. Balance in Fund. . , NO. 35. December collection of Duplicate for 1881. June collection of Duplicate for 1881 Total Receipts EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on Orders. , Balance in Fund. . NO. 37. RECEIPTS. December collection of Duplicate for 1881. June collection of Duplicate for 1881 Total Receipts Amount paid on Orders Balance in Fund EXPENDITURES. NO. 38. EXPENDITURES. Amount paid out on Orders $ 5 12 Fund overpaid 9 NO. 40. RECEIPTS. December collection of Duplicate for 1881 9 1,317 66 June collection of Duplicate for 1881 18 84 Total Receipts 9 1,336 50 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid out on Orders 9 1,363 68 Fund overpaid ; 9 NO. 44. Amount paid out on Orders. . . . Fund overpaid EXPENDITURES. CONDITION OF FUNDS AUGUST 27, 1882. Connty Fnnd Inhruiary Fund Bridge Fund Building Fund Repair Fund School Fund Township Fnnd Corporation Fund Road Fund Redemption Fund Dor Tax Fund Cemetery Fund Ditch Fund Free Turnpike No. 20 Free Turnpike No. 21 Free Turnpike No. 22 Free Turnpike No. 23 Free Turnpike No. 24 Free Turnpike No. 25 Free Turnpike No. 20 Free Turnpike No. 27 F'ree Turnpike No. 28 F ree Turnpike No. 29 F're Turnpike No, 30 F'ree Turnpike No. 31 F'ree Turnpike No. 32 Free Turnpike No. 33 Free Turnpike No, 84 F'ree Turnpike No. 35 Free Turnpike No. 37 Free Turnpike No. 38 F'ree Turnpike No. 40 Free Turnpike No. 44 Road Improvement No. 2 Itoad Improvement No. 3 ltoad luiiroveiueut No. 4 Road Improvement No. 5 Road Improvement No. 6 Road Improvement No. 7 Road Improvement No. 8 ltoad Improvement No. if Road Improvement No. 10 Road Improvement No. 11 Road Improvement No. 15 Road Improvements No. 16 A 17 Road Improvement No. 18 , Road Improvement No. 19 Total Balances deducted Overpayments in ex, of Balance . Respectfully submitted, r.iir.inv. t 4M W 2,ii77 17 514 87 13 33 3,071 3d 1,489 63 t 1.5H1 73 1,57.1 7 1.248 Kt 2,8'24 47 3,67(1 05 , 851 58 t 230 48 2.577 AS 129 00 2,700 J3 9 1.5(10 40 1,3.10 on 230 4 .. l,14fi 47 RECEIPTS. 9 103 C5 4 80 .. $ 310 12 7 23 $ 353 35 357 93 353 07 4 HO 4 BS RECEIPTS. 13 26 127 48 28 08 109 32 150 03 19 29 ItECEIITS. 8 52 279 92 29 62 318 06 296 84 21 22 2 30 279 67 4 62 286 59 $ 284 37 2 22 ItECEIITS. 3 79 4 88 21 60 26 48 634 62 3 50 $ 631 12 RECEIPTS. 8 1,909 98 621 76 $ 2,531 74 $ 801 00 9 2,230 74 2,039 73 832 50 3,472 23 9 91 88 9 3,380 35 6 12 27 18 21 70 21 70 Balances. 9 3,31120 5,933 49 33.401 96 2.840 69 15,057 54 179 34 45 14 646 24 1 06 04 1,581 73 1,146 47 108 65 19 29 21 'ii 2 631 12 , 2,230 74 '. 8,3aO 35 285 70 4,050 70 1 KuO 39 Overpayments. 9 43,110 41 8,224 10 e.vtoi 84 29 02 U 34 37 69 13 87 851 58 4 58 19 V 48 12 27 ?8 21 70 3,486 94 1.44S 77 6,118 U 8,372 ki 8,974 10 2,291 68 S.liuJ 04 ,Sfi4 48 a. 20 1,6b9 79 46 90 9 14. Ml 28 9 102,771 68 76,841 28 II. II. RFDKFT. !. 1". HMi-.KH, HUNKL1N LADD, Cummin wmi 1 of Hljfhktidl CiAU!f, QUlo, Wo, the undcrsH'nod committee Appoint ed by the Court of Common Flcns of llic;li. land Counly, Ohio, to investigate nnd ex amine the annexed report of the County Commissioners, wilh John T. Hire, Prose cuting Attorney, having investigated and examined said report, books and vouchers of the Auditor and Treasurer, would re spectfully report that we find the following errors in the book of the Treasurer, to-wit : Order No. :t27 issued September 17th. 1882, as recorded, is for one cent more than the order calls; Order No. 1.1113, issued August 2rth, 1882, as recorded, is for ten cents less than the order culls for. We also rind that ou February 2(Uh, 1882, Order No. l.V.IS, being for "coupons redeemed Road Im provement No. 17," was issued for .fill. til) and entered on the Records of the Auditor and Treasurer as being for $11(1.110, ""d carried into the annexed report as $110. (it), but we are satisfied upon invest igatiou that the order was issued for $5.01) less than the actual amount of coupons re deemed, and therefore sustain tho entry and report. We further find that Order Np. 2 (ltoad Order book) was issued February 25th, 1882, to E. M. DcBruin, for "apportion ment of the funds" and charged to ltoad Improvement No. 17 for $16 .00, as shown by the ltoad Improvement Itecords and Order, but that in transcribing to tho Gen eral Records of Orders it was placed there on as $18.00, and was carried into the an nexed report as $18.00, hoiug an error of $2.00, for which lload Improvements Nob. 10 and 17 should have a credit. We further find that order No. 210, issued March 0th, 1882, on the County Fund to Wrought Iron Bridge Co., Canton, "for Lumber and Hauling Woodnianseo Bridge," for $50.91, should have been drawn on the Bridge Fund and not on the County Fund, and that therefore the Conuty Fund should be credited with said amount of $oO.',ll and the Bridge Fund charged therewith. In nil other respects we rind said report correct. ICospectfully submitted. J. M. DUMENIL, D. Q. MOKHOW. Committee. JOHN T. HIKE, Pros. Atty. Wo hereby certify that we were nocessa rily employed eighteen dajB in tho exami nation of said report. D. Q. MORROW, J. M. DUMENIL, Committee. JOHN T. HIKE, Pros. Atty. Dated February 0th, 1883. Experience proves that nothing else so surely destroys scrofula, root and brunch as Ayer's Sarsnparilla. A Nebraska Corn Exchange. As high as 8,ooo bushels of corn have been taken into North Bend cribs and elevators in a single day, and itis a poor day that does not bring in 6,ooo. And still there is no boom Let corn go up to 30 cents and three elevators get squarely down to work, and we estimate that 10,000 bushels per day will not come up to the average. North Bend Flail. "Necessity is the mother of inven tion." Diseases of the liver, kidneys and bowels brought forth that sovereign rem dy Kiduey.Worfc, which is nature's normal curative for all those dire complaints. In either liquid or dry form it is & perfect remedy for those terrible diseases that cause so many deaths. Quarles : Read not books alone, but men, and among them chiefly thygelf, thou find anything ques tionable there, use the commentary of a severe friend rather than the gloss of a sweet-lipped flatterer There is more profit in a distasteful truth than deceitful sweetness. Judge 'It. V. SfoOoniiick, of the Court of Common Pleas, lililtoil,, S. .)., recently came out in print iu a card which rcsd as follows: "For three winters 1 nave been ailiicted with catarrh and cold iu the head. Last winter I used Fly's Cream Balm and it has acjximiiJj.Jied all tjiat was recommend ed." The Scientific American says poal oil will soften leather hardened by water and render it as pliable as when new. The Fruits of Merit. Dr. Harlman &, Co. Please send me a lot of your books on the "Ills of Life." I sell a great deal of your Peruna and llnna lin. They are very highly spoken of in this part of the country. F, ll, passman, P. M., Westford, Fa. Dear hit, I have taken half a dozen bottles of your I'eruu. n nJ ) nH it is doing me great good. Vou.a Wik', James Uyui, feb21w2 Steubenville, Ohio. Albert Hires, who is prominent in political affairs in Nevada, once saved hit lift bylh me of a Masonic sign. He was attackfd by Indians in New Mexico and was recognized by an Indian Mason when about to be scalped. So Minister Daggett said in a Masonic lecture at Hono lulu the other day. 11c c gathering iu ti' 14," said Mr. J. C. Cor bin, 923 Chestnut btm, Juuager Fhila. Fub. House, Fa., "u yejy .f.f at times and had discharges from uj eufs, besides being unable to breathe through my none, tly s Cream Halm cured me." Young Folks' Corner. No. 1—PHONETIC CHARADE. Myflrxt Ton My iwrt you'll view Where reaerM hiud the sheaves. My irlutir is seen In the north, I ween, b'upi:iided from the eaves. Uklli. No. 2—ENIGMA. iVftuJ'l Ft 1 letters. My I 7 il isiitMOilli, My 9 fc 12 if 1j ,(-)! f. y 8 2 ro it ii n ty!Je o Avt.iin i.t,.ir;l. My I & ll u to lu-oun. - 1 whoUi id I poem liy LojlfoUvK- (JoUSlJ fiifLf. NO. 3—DECAPITATIONS, 1. Rehead a household utensil, ka m ole. 2. Rehead a hostile invasion, leave assuuaju-, 3. llehead covered with a certain vine, leave rivaled. , . 4. IVltead gloomy, leave a TUicl. 6. lieUud ut iu. leave to wauth. The removed letters froui aou'thlng said to he accompanied by a fall. Ottut, No. 4—DIAMOND. 1. In anen. 2. Au aiticle. 3. A portion. 1 4. To go aatray. ' 6. In pine. j A mwers to Young Folks' Corner of Feb. 14 : Vot.,. i-rjuck. ! To No. S ). ?!), ''!. 2. Rain, train, t. Ride, bride. 4. "d, Wi i'. J To No. ((The lufie dej.ai tiMiy.J ; I An an nrticln for tlifl toilet, Ayer's ITnir YifTor stnnds unrivalled. It cleiin'-es the sculp and preserves it from scurf nnd ilnn drutr, cures it.'hing nnd humors, restores faded or gray hair to its original dark color, and promotes its growth. 1'RKSERVINfS 1'F.NCK PoSTS. We trust some of our farmer readers will try the recipe clipped from an ex change for preserving fence po3ts. The writer says : "I discovered many years ago that wood could be made to last longer than iron in the ground, but thought the process so simple that it was not well to make a stir about it. I would as soon have poplar, basswood or ash as any other kind of timber for fence posts. I have taken out basswood posts after having been set several years that were as sound when taken out as when first put in the ground. Time and weather seems to have no effect on them. The posts can be prepared for less than two cents apiece. This is the recipe : Take boiled linseed oil and stir in pulver ized coal to the consistency of paint. Put a coat of this over the timber, and there is not a man that will live to see it rot." Nervousness. Tho moment there is danger of impair ment of the mind from excessive nervous exhaustion, or where there exists forebo dings of evil, desire for solitude, shun ning and avoiding company, vertigo and nervous debility, or when insanity has al ready taken place, Feruna and Manaliu should be implicitly relied on. But it is never well to wait so long bofore treatment is commenced. The early symptoms are loss of strength, softness of tho muscles, dim or weak sight, peculiar expressions of tho face and eyes, coated tongue, with im paired digestion: or in others, certnin pow ers only are lost, while they are otherwise enjoying comparatively good health. Iu all these Femua and Mnualin should at once be taken. feh21w2 What does the Court Say? Two neighbors in the country are out with each other, and it comes about in the easiest way imaginable. When corn was lowest in price one borrowed three loads of the other. When the price went up 10c he paid it back with two loads the two loads being worth as much in the market as were the three loads at the time he borrowed. Now what does the court hold? As the case now stands the two neighbors view the case from different standpoints hence have become to view each other from ad verse standpoints. Schuyler Sun, Kalamazoo, Mich., Feb. 2, 1HR0. I know Hop Hitters will bear recom mendation honestly. All who use them confer npon them the highest encomiums, and give them credit for making cures all tho proprietors claim for them. I have kept them since they were first offered to the public. They took high rank from the first, aud maintained it, and are more called for thau all others combined. So long as they keep np their high reputation for pu rity and usefulness, I shall continue to recommsnii them -spmethiug I have never before done with any other pattnt medicine. J. J. Baboock, M. D. fehl4w2sp An old man would not believe he could hear his wife talk a distance of five miles by telephone. His better half was in a country "store" several miles qway( where there was a tele phone, and the ikgpUc S'a also in a place where there was a similar instru ment, and on being told how to operate it, he walked boldly up and shouted. "Hello, Sarah!" At that instant lightning struck the telephone Vire and knocked the man down, and as he scrambled to his feet he excited ly cried, "That's Sarah, ttyciy fimp." Moaern Argo. Never Give Up. If you are suffering with low and dopresp- ed spijrils. Jflos of appetite, general debility, disordered bfopd, Weak onijstitution, head ache, or any disease of a bilious nktoe, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bit ters. ou will be surprised to see the mniij improyemeut that will follow; you will jS iiji)ifed wilh new life: strength and activity will foltm pa'u tul misery will cease, and henceforth voa will loloioe in the praise of Eleotriu hilU f. Sold 4 jtfty cents a bottle by Hoybert 4 Co. -AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. No other curopluinU aieso iu&itlioua In their AUnek as lhoelfectiiig the throat and lims: none so triilm! with by the majority of gnttur era. The ordinary cmiyl. or eohl, insulting Kjrliaj'j from a trifling or uin'oiicuious ex jHttLi. U ;tH n but Vhu Lt giniiii.g il u iatul, git'klJC. jf'fiAii (jlf.VHY i'l'-i n ( AL lillB , iih ihruitt (i'J ili.:., KJ:,v4hl be taken In all cunt K'UlK'tit dttlny, A Terrlhlo Cough tartl ' In lK'ii 1 took B4. vt'rccolil, w hich iitfVettd my lun. had a t i ritilc cmigli. and ji:isxt'd liiynt ultt?r niylit M ithiMit slet-p. The doctors Have me uj-. 1 tritd Avkk'm THKitiiv 1'Kr '1 nit A L, u hu h ndif ved my Hmim, induct-d filfi'j), ninl Htt'iirdt-d nte Die roi necinnjiry It, (l,t rwuvt'i-y nv umitftli. Uy the -v4 t,a,t fJ tho i'hi iojtAi. a iKirihK lifii'i HiJ . .4 ' ! ii'w it:; y.jus old, vaS tltiif f.''rrv, a. if ; 'il i. I -.i,r Cm i;ky 1'uTnnu, iM';ftc'. .' rTi Jlolt M-K I''AUU:UoTIii:it." IttM-.kiiiijliJun, Vt., duly VJ, 1m-i.'. Croup. A Mother1! Tribute. ' While in the country lnnt vtnt'r my littld nty, three yettru uhl, viu taken ill w ith uruup; it ua if ho would die from Htniiitfti- hi(in.' tttr iii.; f rtiilv nt;i.'iit'd tiif ue of 4W -M.;rvi.',-.,4 :;-!, h-'l of hu-h mint nui, fci'Vc. in j'-." 'h-j MM trleil in kmuiII ur.d ft t-'ltj-i4 d'i-i, ti.) to our dullulit in h-M (lifoii int: hii h.m ).fi lltllo palitMii .it biruthtliK t-iifiiy. 'llto d.t tr dii.i that Ui On.,ti;v J'n i(ti(Ai huil Knved my durliim'B litu. fnii ou Wuhdtr ttl our gralitude' biiierrvly voiirs, aMHrt. l'V.M.MA (il'.DNKY." 159 West 12tli St., New VurU, May Hi, lP2. ' I have used AKii'rt ClirmiV IM'ctohal i?i my family tor bewritl i'ars. nnd i'o not K4iitfi1 In oronoiuiee it the morit elfcCtUP.1 em-'c'y iii w,v ,i;rl tHiUl Y0 have ever Jliwd ; - . - i',-' v" " ' J-:'die Cjv,--! J, Jd!,,,; ( I.,,rc). 4"; f N.'Mi- .V j t,f;,.r-dfi,r v'.tflt rVuvfio.'.i'.V.nMoiit., ftiui f't'r ti'yiii niiinv f,-iii di. V w ith nil fciir f.Kt,itft y'UiO 0hO ot AVkii'hI 'iihi- (V l'L, jiJt. .j ,'fo-,KI'il , 'ALMS." Wwt til., f "I caiiuot m, twmliU 4l tn.iitf ,f i. . J u'j ClIKKIIV l'K( TnitAl., twU.-Mn ,1. J I hill hut for iu use whould loUM1'"' httvo illrd from liniK trouble l;, liHAi.Du.s." 'aleiine. 'luiiu Anrll 22, lt-t'J. tfq fiM$ (ji iu afTecUi-n of the throat or u trtfvli CJUil.'01 be C,"4l,' rtlievtd by the iim ut 4 if 4 f'ffV and it will mitttt4 i-tfn i,hti fiifc iv,-l".lW not already beyond the it' mi ml td ! i t i 1 ' t i j t- ; 1' It EH Ah ED bY DpJ.C.Ayer&Co..Lowe!l,Ma&8. bold by all IrutinU, ft21yl il Beware of Fraud. Unscru puloui parties have tried to imitate our Rem edy and deceive thepublio by using SIMILAR NAMES, but do not be de ceived) see that the word SAFE with pic ture or an Iron Safe, on ablack wrap per andwnite letters on every ... i package Also, see that It is on the la o bel and stamp, and take no other, H. H. WARNER & CO ROCHESTER. N.Y. CvT Thii remedy is an absolute speoiflo for the diseases of women; for the nervous troub les of youth, and for the debility whioh pre cedes old ago. As statistios show that all diseases arise from the kidneys or liver w oan guarantee freedom from disease by rea son ot tue power wnicH our Bate Kidney and Liver Lure possesses over these organs For diabetes, ask for WAENEH'S SAFE DIA BETES CUE?. deol5tftne siii'im) if i 'ayw 'tuy" mm r L whatever.- ':1w'ff'',,wW''" Ai.soaildi.M.i.M soi the llui'Mci -.fc For lucoiitlae-ure of tirlne, (Souiik' the Hod, ) Jt'Kiti'NA Is a positivo cure. C In Krrorsot Youth I'ntl'NA Isn bjwcIiu:, For lirick 1ust or other (IcivIm t-ikn l'or INervouy iiiniuiiy tako l kiilna. 1'eiiuna will ixmltlvely curebejtual la bility, and re&torr thn rtnwtlo'is tn th-ir normal Tlfr-ir. WvWHiilWfllai For Nervous i'luouuliuu, c;ium1 by ex rosslve natural or unnat'ir:il li.ilnltrf nrri. I'khuna Is ii sure cure. dkVES&WW i-"ffHts'i m i'd fd Vooiiff I'biewuh wtit, am J is-. 1 niTiwu "o in'nt'iuiy ni IHK"'. w iuusvu water ran rely ihiplitdtly ui J 'Km N a. For X'rinary Ulr-uases of tKtth Bexes. for Female "om plain ta of nil klnH nrri for U ravel, I'kuu n a Is a specific, For Chronic Nnd Catnrrh the ohlv cure. ttW 4H (ir our imnipjiu't uu uio inul i.Uc ' ask your driuyist or address the proprie tors, lr. H. H. Hartman&C-o., Osboru, O, For CousUyutioa take nothing exeunt aprlHyl 13 A SURal CURE for all diseases of the Kidneys and LIVER' It has specific action on this most important L org". ubun " to forcer pa torpiaay ana inaction, stlijiUViiig tho healthy iktuwuouof tho I3ile, and "by kocplng the bowels in tree condition, offectins its rtffular dlsCharsfft. Pill otio If you are suffering from FffiClaciriClB malaria, have the ohills, nre bUio'.TS, dyspeptio, or constipated. Kidney Wort will surely relieve and quickiy cure. lathe Spring to cleanse the System, every ona slioild taXe t tJiorouc-h course of tW SOLD BT Urtuuuift ra. rnos si. Mil "-; ft 'J .syw-.rw- . v-- Vi?'." de'2(lylHACo made pnbhe, full of vifid tfluttratuHU. A rar. ckiauc lor asnu. Write for circular and special teruu. C. C. WICK & CO., Publishers, Cleveland, O. 1 . i?7m2P4S SIIGO can bo made In clx months selling s TUNISOM'S MAPS & CHARTS For ad pafre cuUloirae, free, ajar.j, is. S3, TIHW1X. t'iiiujHfiWi; 0., f. T.'plty, Jwuv1lU, ill., Owb, leb. CO C3 BASKET 1'LUG TOUACOO Is tho best combination of the CHOICEST LEAF, PUREST SWEETEN IMG, DELICIOUS Fl-AVCK.Ka. It is unequalled, and is thd 'Jahuj. lt9 Ml j) uvoiitj T7I GT7AI1 Aad the New Favorite A:.-e the bet hMO it I !V( U'OUACC03 ot luo day, t?z::z2 L7.cs. & co., LUdunbH. jtuilUUiikiUAiXOO AEEEI WASTED fob our hew book treat liflcclKe, lio, U'ltl" K A ' l.n, wu diif cf Ilia sucrdt V, I J V V Beric. of IU Unlt.d tl.lo V I str Army durlne the lWbwIMon. AaaV It ll marvelnua, thrilling ind truth- M !i ful work Containing many vf - ... at-orerti ofthe war ne"" hpfore Of thl KOcelllea. 7 Basket ; H j4i -Ji """" Is J AVhy oontinno tho nwdf in itnling pow 9 ders, snuiTs or liquids when lily's t're;im , 1'alui, pleasant of application and a sure g. cure for Catarrh, anil cold in head, ran be i liaa. ott cents, of druggists or bv mall. A Gon For Eipi-j Month. JANUARY. By her who iu this month wan born No gein save garret should be worn; They will insure her constancy, True friends and fidelity. Ilinnliueg'pd Apnlu. I saw so much said about the merits Hop Hitters, and my wife who was always doctoring, and nover well, teased me so urgently to got her sonio, I concluded to be humbugged again; and I am glad I did, for in less than two months' use of the Hitters, my wife was cured, and she has remained so for oighteon months since. I like such humbugging. H. T., Ht. Paul. l'ioneer I'ross. fcbHwSsp FEBRUARY. The February born will find Sincerity and peace of mind; Freedom from passion and from caro, If they the amethyst will wear. Farmers aud others desiring a gonteol, lucrative agency businoss, by which $15 to $20. a day can be earned, sond address at once, on postal, to H. O. Wilkinson A Co., l'J5 and 17 Fulton Street, Now York. dec'27m(i MARCH. Who in this world of ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise; In days of peril firm aud brave, And wear a bloodstone to their graven. Dr. Benson's Skin Cure consists of in ternal and external treatment at same time, aud it makes theskiuwhite,softaud smooth; unrivaled for hair and Bcalp. Contains no poisonous drags. $1, at druggists'. jan3yl AI-BIL. Sh who from April dates her years Diamonds should wenr lest bitter tears For rain repentance flow, this stone r.mblems of innocence known. Dr. C. W. BeuBon's Celery and Chamo mile Tills. Are prepared expressly to cure ana win cure Headache of all kinds, Neu- ralgia, Nervousness and Dyspepsia. En dorsed by physicians. 50c. at druggists'. jan3yl MAY. Who first beholds the lieht of dav In Spring's first flowery month of May, aim wears an emeraia all her life, 81irI1 be a loved and happy wife. Grateful to IaTitllds. Floreston Coloane is grateful to invalids. as it is refreshing without the sickening effect of most perfumes. jan31w5 JONK. Who come3 with Summer to this earth, And owes to Juno her day of birth, With ring of agate on her baud, fmand, Can health, wealth and long life oom- "Buclmpaiba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Blactdor and Urinary Diseases. $1. Druggists. JVL.T. The glowy ruby should adorn Those who in warm July are born : Then will they be exempt and, fro From love's doUts ftud (moiety. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health licnewer" restores health and vipor, cures DyBpepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility, frl. ' AVOUST. Wear a Bardonyx, or for thoe No congenial facility; The August born without this Btone 'Tis said must live unloved and lone. "RqubIi on Rats." Clears out rata, mit, wiachea, dies, ants, bed bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c. Drug gists. BEPTZMBEB. A maiden born when Autumn leaves Are rustling in September's breeze, A sapphire on her br6w should bind 'Twill cure diseases of the mind. The JKghoiit Rank, Made from harmless materiala. and adapted to the needs of fading and falling hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken high est rank as a reliable bair restorative. jan3lw5 B'W October's child is bora Jor woe, And life's vicissitudes must know; But lay an opal ou her breast, auu nope will lull those woes to rest. '?ftrt!!T commended. . Don't condemn a naod thina heennsa von have been dooeived bv worthlusa nostrums. Parker's Ginger Tonio has cured many in this section of nervous disorders, and we recommend it heartily to such sufferers. News. ian31w5 NOVIMDEB. Who first comes to this world below ' ith drear November's iov and snow. Should prize the topaz, amber hue, i-nuioms oi inouds and lovers true. - Ituckleu'g Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for fTnfo Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithenm. Fever Sores, Tettor, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and n!l kiuds of fcikio, Eruptions. This Sulvjj m' gaswuleed io give perfect satisfaction iu every oase, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Seybert A Co. nov2Uyl DECElfBEB. If cold December gives you birth, The mouth of biiow, aud ice and mirth, Place on your hand a turquoise blue. U : ,, , , , . . ' puuwaii win mess wnau; er you do. , Millions Given Away. Millions of' bottles of fir.' "Kinc's New Discovery fur Cousumbtion. Coul-Iis and Colds have been given awav as Trial Bot. ties of the largo size. This enormocs out lay would be disastrous to the proprietors were it not for the rare merits possessed by the wqndevfr,l mdicin. ' (lid) ltt Seybert & Co.'s dmg store, and net a trial bottle free. aud try for yourself. It never fails to cure. A new story by Pansy of B14 12mo paces with 30 illustrations by Lewis, Is to be issued soon. Its title is "The Man of the House," f 1 - porr-TiPATibrj. No 6timdUejuso praMitiiit in Uiia'coua ll ii,' m -HafM. V' ..'.. lH(-i:l,(.-.WW, h eurair- w littcvr un.ut, bi.iv.i'rttirniTiabii i '''U6 yiUht ruit!V will oyiffmo 11 , "" 1 111 'l 'i,ilt tii4..,f,,..c-0,m. PiJi -1 vti v-a It t-i mI xmipiioaUxl with ouhaunaiMi; i-. i.ur. r i jalxv(imii ttiO wwitiiuu pttn yum - . , UjUUTtW 4VL1 k Of fi-ltiM VU DflioU pI'ytWtAm'i wiut4 mr uii.'iiiw lutvo owiom ittliua. ,1 i I rifti. 11'' deliDylUAC'O !'"!H'ni!pr I'll tn. If yon urn aiil Nature in fails. c Hup liilliTS will surely liking yon well lien nil eUe If yon ore coniivo or dynppptio, or are suffering from (my oilier of the numerous dineaieB of the Moiimoh or howela, it in your own fault if yon remain ill, for Hop Hitters are ft rovcreign remedy in all such com plaints. If you are wanting away with any form of kidney dinenne, stop tempting Deaih tills moment, and turn for a cure to Hup ;ittera. If yon are sick with that terrible uli kneas NerToimnean, yon will flud a "1'alra of Oilead" In tbe una of Hop Hitters. If you are frequenter, or ft resident of a miaxmatic district, barricade yonr Bynt"ru against the scourge of all countries mala rial, epidemic, biliona, and intermittent fevers by the use of Hop liittors. If you have rough, pimply, or sallow skin, bad breath, pains and aches, and fool miserable generally, Hop Bitters will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest breath, health, aud comfort. In short they cure all Diseases of the Rtomach, Ilowels, IMood, Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, Briglifs Disease. $WX) will be paid for ft case tbey will not cure or help. That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sis tor, mother, or daughter, can be made the fiicturo of health, by a few bott'eaj of Hep litters, costing but ft trifle. Will you let them suffer? feb may ftng nov Scioto Valley Hallway TIME TABLE. In Effeot October 20, 1 0E2. THE SHORT LUTE TO ALL POINTS EAST, WEST, K0RTH ft SOUTHWEST. B t t::::t:t: as o OS tLar .r . . . . :::::: EXT i 5.5 ff5 e.o 3 erg. I a: F: ? t: ; : : i : .. . r 3 pipipTai-ODpOXfO Vt09SI)4 Vt 9 CD CE? S8P ..fc.p CONKECTION9. At Columbus with P. O. A Bt. L.K'y, 0. C.C, A L K'y, C. A, A C, B, B., B. A O. R. B a C, R. It., C. H. V. A T. II, B I. B. A W. B y. At Circleville with C. A M. T. Div. P. C. & 8t. L. B'y. At ChiUicoUie with M. A O. B. K., T. D. A B. R. B. At Waverly with 0. 8. B. B. At Portsmouth with Portsmouth branch of II. A C. It. B. and Oliio river steamers. At Ironton with Iron B. B. At Aulilanit will. F T II H ! T l. & O. 11. It., Chattaroi It'y and A. C. A L it. B. iror rurtber iniormatlon as to ratei, eonnoo tions etc., call on your ticket agsnt or addreaa JNCvJ. AHCI5EH, Ooneral Ticket and Pans. AKnt, Wm. Limb, Qko. Bkisms. TraveHng Pass, Ag't Buperintendeht. - ColunioM, Ohio. angtttf HABJITTA cnrcnurATi. Change took effect Sunday, Nov. 13, 1881 No. 1. No. 8. No. 7. No. 8. Eastward. li aye Ei.Bun. Dailv. Ei Kuil Dallv. Cincinnati 6 'aiu ISaua 9 4l)pm 8 Oupnv Loveland. in 101 4 67 8 0a Arrive Blanch'r. . 8 20 11 01 8 M ' Arrive Westboro, IQOQani Lynch'g.. 1Q36 Uillsboro. 11 10 6 51pm .... 08 41 , .... 3 40pm .... Leave Hillsboro . 6 00am 8 05am Lvnchb'rg 6 28 8 85 8 &6 11 01am tn 20 tust n u .... 8 60 88"pni .... 668 ,, i 612 828 .... 8 80 8 5s 10 32pm, 72 Pa'iK ' " 114 liltom, neaiDoro. o so Blanc r It Martiu've Vienna.. . Lex' ton. . Leeaburg Oreentield 8 20 6 43 8 59 13 917 89 1210pm 120 Huaaelman 10 19 Arrive Chillioothe 10 8S Leave Chilli'the Arrive Hamden. Leave 10. 65 12 11pm 11 3 2 McAr'r J(i 19 35un Athens. . 1 id ItT.UJ 8S 1 lTanv Arrive Belpre. Parksb'g Marietta. Arrive Washing's Balt'more Phila'phia New York 828 8 36 6 10pm 20am 4 45 1107 220 280 4 65 11 20 8 10pm 12 10pm S 10 20atn 7 80 9 25pm. 836 740 7 80 12 60pm 12 60pm 10 60 pm. No. 4. Westward Lt-ave HillBlcro .... Lynchp' j . ; . ; Westlxiro . . ', , No. 2. No. 8. No. ia dO,,in 4',lni ll Leave - Blanoh'r 8 01pm 4 27pm Lovelandlr 8 62 S H Arrive Slpm IZisa Cincinnati InU'iiulis. . C'bicaxo Louisville Ht. Louis Kan. City iUiUnnoa?sl,tt,M 7 tsiam 7' 00am .... fit pm 11 4fvin 11 41111m .... 12 S6uia 7 2nam 7 2iwm 11 80am 8 !)li pm 8 4lpm 8 4Hoiu 8 05 am tSUip on aiKiial. Auoi'iumodatiun No. 8 leave Cliillicothe 7 a, m. Hillsboro 8 06 a. m., eicept bumlay, arrive at Cincinnati 11 10 a in, topping at all stations. Train Ha. 18 leaving Cincinnati daily except Sunday at 6,10pm. ardves at Hillsboro 8.20piu., stoj'piug at all stations. Train So. 16 liavini RiUaboro at 8,00am. . Train No. 9 Waves Clnolnnat) daily at HC1 pm, arriving at t'tuUu -Uie at ai.,: L?X i fS'MY W AU'U.K,iv(nu, Loylauil, li.,u , . u'tio'iia u.--''-l'-v' v '.tiw' ,u Frvn:ht trains No. 21 and 28 will carrv pa-senijei- Utwcou Ciuciuiiau aud t'luKmiilieT Ko op ItiboJtum VvtWWH'.h WjHffc Tri 'Vo,tnp at sWtSons W ft J!'.;,,,,. ti'.lrt V.t, ' Hiiui ea.o illaa, cl.iuc Wi M oir i.,-, liojuiug ticket Iroill IH'inls OU tlllinLiuro Jrraili'li J. .us it ,.;hs, 'I'a-tJ. P.PAEliy, kactatCI luaiun'o. Oeu liam 1 4'av4,i At.